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Grand Forks, B. G, Tuesday, June 30, 1903
No. 69
THE GUT CQDNCIL
The Salary  By-Law Again
Discussed-Routine
Grind.
Mayor Burrell presided at last
night's meeting of the city council,
and all the aldermen were present.
A communication from J. M.
Sturgeon, proprietor of the Union
hotel, asked for a rebate of $125 on
his liquor license, claiming that
his house had all the requirements
necessary to entitle it to a hotel
license.
Mayor Burrell reported that he
hud received an invitation for himself and the aldermen to attend the
Dominion day celebration in Trail,
that city offering to pay all expenses.
I. A. Dinsmore, acting as administrator for the Wasson estate, made
application for city water in the
residence, in the West ward, belonging to thc estate. Referred to the
water and light committee, with
power to act.
Mr. Dinsmore also reported that
a number of the shade trees planted
by the city of Columbia last year
were dying, as they were not prop
erly irrigated. Aid. Cusson confirmed thc report, saying that a number of the trees were already dead.
The water commissioners were given
authority to act in Jhe matter.
Thc usual number of bills were
ordered paid.
Police Magistrate Johnson submitted an itemized report of the receipts of the police court since the
lirst of the current year.
Aid. Cusson, as chairman of thc
board of work, said that steps should
be taken at once to have the First
street bridge repaired, as some of
the planks were in a dangerous condition. It would require about 40
planks to repair it, and if the matter
was not attended to at once an accident would surely occur on the 1st,
as there would undoubtedly be a
great deal of heavy traffic over the
bridge on that day, and in its present condition it was unsafe. On
motion of Aid. McCallnm, thc board
of work was authorized to see that
the necessary repairs were made at
once.
By-law No. 11, providing for salaries for members of the council, being under discussion, Aid. Cusson
arose and stated that lie did not wish
to act on the board of work any
longer, and that he would bund in
his resignation, in writing, as a member of the council at the next meeting. Honor was all right in its
place, but work was work, and the
men who performed it were entitled
to pay. He thought the $150 he
had .eceived last year was but a
small remuneration for the services
rendered. He had not handed in
his resignation tonight, because he
wished to put thc work of his committee in good shape for his successor by   next week.    He still stood
by the by-law, and was not ashamed
of it. The work he had done to
save the Columbia bridge he didn't
call honor—it was work.
Mayor Burrell, in a speech reaffirming thc position he had taken
on salary question last week, expressed himself as loth to see Mr.
Cusson leave the committee, especially as thc regular chairman was
out of the city, and urged him to reconsider his determination.
Aid. Cusson persisted in his desire
to retire. He only attended tonight's
meeting because he didn't wish to
give the council the impression that
he was bluffing. Mayor Burrjell re-
iterrted his statement that he would
be loth to see him retire. Mr. Cusson said ho didn't care for the small
amount named in the by-law; but
when he knew he was right, he
wanted to stay right.
Mayor Burrell didn't care one
iota what became of the by-law. He
had made his position on the salary
question clear both on the platform
during the campaign and at thc Inst
council meeting. The by-law
was before the council to be adopted,
reconsidered or shelved, it saw fit.
Aid. McCallum did not understand the principles of the by-law,
If the men mentioned in it were entitled to salaries, the other members
were too. He compared thc work of
the different committees, maintaining that the finance committee had
more arduous and responsible duties
attached to it than any other. The
finances of the city had to be attended to at all seasons of the year.
Thc by-law was unjust, as it showed
partially. He had always opposed
voting salaries to civic officers, and
had refused to accept one last year.
He would, however, approve a resolution granting an appropriation to
the mayor for incidentals and entertaining purposes. There were a
number of street rumors afloat; but
street rumors were notoriously unre
liable, as were also the people who
circulated them. He bore no en
mity toward any member of thc
council, and was on the most friendly terms with Mayor Burrell. He
had endeavored to point out at the
last meeting, that although tne members earned the money, the city
could not afford to pay it. He
would be sorry to see Aid. Cusson
resign. Whatever was done with
the by-law, there would be no ill-
will between him and the other
members of the council.
Aid. Gaw said he could say the
same as Aid. McCallum about having no hard feelings toward any
other member. He would regret to
see Aid. Cusson resign, but there
would probably be others in the
near future—not on account, however, of any action the council
might take on the by-law now under consideration.
Aid. McCallum asked Mr. Cusson if he would remain in the council if thc by-law was passed, which
didn't provide for a salary for him
Mr.Cusson replied thai he didn't like
to do what considered his duty and
then be called a "grafter."
Aid. McLellan had always opposed the by-law. He had perhaps
used rather harsh  language  at   the
last meeting in his opposition to it,
for which he was willing to offer an
apology through the same press
which had given it currency. He
had been hasty in using the word
"grafters," for which he apologized.
lie still believed the city should be
run without paying salaries to members of the council. Ho would regret to see Aid. Cusson resign.
Mayor Burrell—Mr. Cusson, will
you leave the matter of your resignation over for one week?
Aid. Cusson—I am not a millionaire, and can't afford to work for
honor alone. I paid a man §40 to
do work I could have done myself
had I not been on the committee.
Aid. (law offered to assist Mr.
Cusson if he would remain on thc
committee during the present week.
Mr. Cusson finally consented to do
this.
Further consideration of the bylaw was then laid over for one week.
On motion of Aid. McCallum,
seconded by Aid. Gaw, Mr. Waterman was appointed city electrician
at a salary of SI DO per month, his
duties to commence on thc 1st day
of August.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
Miss Elsie E. McLaren, daughter
of John McLaren, Carson, B. C,
will be married to William R. Hull,
of Chicago, this evening at 8:30. It
will be a home wedding to which
only relatives and intimate friends
of the contracting parties will be invited. Miss McLaren has resided
here since childhood, and is one of
the most popular young ladies in the
valley. Mr. Hull is also deservedly
popular. He was one of the pioneer
newspaper men in the Boundary,
and did much to exgloit its resources.
He has since abandoned journalism
and is doing well in business in Chicago. The young couple will have
the good wishes of the entire community for their future happiness
and prosperity.
The Cascade Liberal association
held an enthusiastic meeting Saturday night, with President Dunbar
in the chair. A committee of two
was chosen, consisting of Secretary
R. G. Ritchie and H. S. Turner,
whose duty, along with like committees from (irand Forks and Phoenix, will be to fix the time and set
the date for holding the riding convention, and suggest to the different
associations upon what basis delegates to the nominating convention
shall be selected.
The Cascade Liberal association
will meet Saturday night.
The Prior government, previous to
its demise, set aside 8500 for ihe construction of a wagon grade from Fife
to thc main road from Cascade to
Gladstone.
If appears that the Liberals of
Phoenix are of half-a-mind   not  to
run a candidate in this riding, being influenced in that direction by
T. J. Hardy, but instead lend their
efforts to securing the nomination
of a conservative candidate by the
labor element, and his election.
This movement may not be to the
liking of most Liberals, and outside
of Phoenix they may buck, but it is
true that politics make strange bedfellows. If you would believe the
Conservative managers, they have
already carried the riding by a good
majority.
A case of attempted murder occurred last Friday at Curlew lake, on
Colville reservation, 20 miles south
of this city. A settler named Joe
McKelup rode on horseback to the
shack of Daniel McLennan, a fellow
homesteader, and without a moment's warning pulled a gun and
began blazing away. The first bullet struck McLennan in tbe abdomen, passing out at the back, fortunately escaping the vital organs.
While McLennan was reaching for
his revolver McKelup fired again,
thc bullet striking the former in the
left arm, passing between tbe bones
of the forearm. McLennan's wife,
who is a halfbreed, rushed from the
cabin when she heard i.ho first report, and realizing the situation at a
glance, rushed back for a weapon.
Seizing a revolver, she returned and
blazed away at McKelup as he was
riding away. None of her shots took
effect. The men, it appears, have
had trouble over thc ownership of a
hor»e. McKelup returned to Mc-
Lcnnan's house Saturday morning,
and after expressing sorrow for the
deed, fled as soon as the woman
reached for a rifle. McLennan is
now at the Province hotel in this
city, receiving treatment from Dr.
Northrop. Last night his condition
was reported as quite serious. McKelup has been arrested in Curlew,
where he is being held awaiting the
result of his victim's wounds.
William Blakemore, consulting
mining engineer, of Montreal, left
this eity yesterday for the purpose
of starting development work on the
coal lands of the P. C. Coal Company, situate on the north fork of
Kettle river, sixty miles north of
this city. He was accompanied by
eight coal miners, whom he recently
engaged at Pernio. As soon as preliminary prospecting work is completed, including the opening up of
the five-foot seam on thc Wiseman
claim, a diamond drill plant will be
installed. Four seams outcrop on
the company's lands, which embrace over 13,000 acres. A wagon
road and trail now extends from
here to the coal fields. (Sty? Etottfttg #im
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Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address all communications to
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TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1903
If you want to get on the voters'
list you must register before August
14th, as that is the last day of registration. The courts of revision will
be held on August 31st.
The Toronto board of trade has
asked the Diminion government to
construct a railroad from Winnipeg
to Quebec, giving running rights,
for a consideration, to all other railways which may desire to use the
tracks.
Every voter should rebuke the
solicitous politician when he approaches a ratepayer with this pernicious argument: "Get into the
band wagon and line up on the government side if you want to get any
help from the government. If you
vote for an opposition candidate you
will get nothing." That is to say,
unless you happen to have voted for
the government candidate, you will
not be allowed to participate in thc
benefits derived from the "farming
out" of thc tax moneys paid into
thc government coffers by all the
people, Only the government favorites are to receive any assistance
from thc treasury. Tell such a politician that the ground on which he
bases his argument is vicious, and
if that is going to be thc policy of
his candidate and the party he represents, you will vote square against
it, for it is evil in the extreme.
Thk United States district court
at San Francisco has convicted the
Federal Salt company of maintaining a monopoly, contrary to thc
Sherman anti-trust law. The company, finding itself cornered, pleaded
guilty and paid the maximum line
of 85000. This brazen monopoly
was organized in 1890, and has been
openly defying the law and robbing
the masses ever since. It originated
in New Jersey, the state which has
earned the unenviable notoriety of
being tbe "mother of trusts." It
established a business in California,
and quickly secured a monopoly of
tbe production of the coast, raising
the price of salt from 82 and S(i per
ton to (530 and 835. This marks
the first conviction under the Slier
man law, which went into effect in
1«<)2. Who sneered at the law's
delay? It is evident there is plenty
of law on thc U. S. statute books to
suppress trusts if it is honestly enforced. Let the courts everywhere
lay on and spare none.
SUNSET SIGNALS
A particularly sad accident, which
cost Hazel Duffy, aged 4 years,
her life, occurred yesterday afternoon. While playing in yard with
two other children, she in some
manner obtained some matches and
lighted a fire, and, getting too close
to it, her dress caught a-fire and was
entirely burned from her body before assistance arrived. The scrcam-i
of the children attracted the attention of some men working nearby,
but when they arrived the child's
clothes had been entirely consumed
by the flames and her body was
burned from head to foot. Medical
assistance was quickly summoned.
Dr. Northrop arrived first, closely
followed by Drs. Westwood and
Kingston. Everything means known
to medical sciene was employed to
relieve the sufferings of the child.
Death came to her relief three hours
•after the accident. The parents
of the child, who reside at the foot
of Observation mountain, have the
heartfelt sympathy of the entire
community. Mr. Duffy is employed
at the Granby smelter.
Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. "Force," a
ready-to-serve wheat and barley food
adds no burden, but sustains, invigorates.
Gerald Hay, J. R. Wright and R.
L. V. Redman went down to Christina lake this afternoon for a week's
outing.
In addition, to a long string of
runners entered for thc races here
tomorrow and Thursday, a carload
of five trotters arrived here yesterday from Spokane. The new arrivals will make a grand race in thc
free for all, trot or pace, distance
one mile, best three in five heats.
Thc trotters and their records arc as
follows: Sam Bowers, 2:11; Le Roi,
2:101; Doc Bunncllc, 2:16£; Umatilla, 2:22:1-; Starkey, 2:14^.
Miss L. Bailey, of the Pacific
hotel, returned this afternoon from
a two weeks' visit to Spokane.
Arthur Black, formerly of tbe
(ireat Northern surveying force in
this city, will leave tomorrow for
Alberta to join a C. P. li. surveying
party.
Evan Evans, a Spokane mining
man, is a guest at the Winnipeg.
Mr. Evans is largely interested in
Coeur d'Alone properties; also a few
North Fork propositions.
J. J. Mcintosh, of the Pacific
hotel, is expected to return home
from Victoria tomorrow.
Charles J. MacGec and wife, of
Chicago, are guests at the Yale. Mr.
MacGce is president of thc Hcrper-
us Gold it Sulphur Mines company,
whose properties, the Betts and
Hesperus, are located on Hardy
mountain, about 40 miles from this
city.   He is greatly impressed with
Fresh Strawberries
Received daily from Kettle Valley fruit growers—not old
"have beens" from Washington and Okanagan. It is the
duty of every good and patriotic citizen to encourages the
home fruit rancher.
FRESH VEGETABLES SygS^ffi
tuce, Young Onions, Rhubarb, String Beans, Sweet Peas, etc., etc.—
all home grown and received fresh from the ranch daily.
JEFF DAVIS C& CO.
the   wonderful   possibilities of the
mining industry in this section.
Everybody cordially invited to
attend thc pavilron dance at the
Hotel Winnipeg, Grand Forks,
B. C, oii the evening of July 1st,
Dominion Day. Galliher's orchestra
of Spokane will furnish the music.
Tickets $1.00, ladies free.
WATER SPRINKLING NOTICE,
Take notice that thc supply of
water by the Corporation to all consumers for use in jets, fountains,
garden hose or sprinklers is limited
and allowed only between the hours
of 7 to 9 a. m. and 5 to 9 p. m. each
day.
Premises that are sprinkled at any
other times than the above will have
the water supply cut therefrom, and
the proprietor or occupants will be
prosecuted according to the provisions of the by-law in that respect.
By Order
Municipal Council.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH GOLD MINING COMPANY. LIMITED.
A general meeting of the shareholders of
the dbove company will beheld on Tuesday
the 30th day of June. 1903, at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the office of Hay, McCallum &
Wright, Columbia street, iu the city of Grand
Forks, British Columbia, for the transaction
of general business, for the election of directors, and for the purpose of considering und
tailing action upon the following resolutions and such amendments thereto as may
be offered, and upon any other resolutions
and amendments which may be offered with
reference to the matters dealt with in the
resolutions following, viz:
1, A resolution to confirm the resolution
of the Directors passed May 29th, 1902, directing the conveyance of the company's claims
to Charles Hay and Neil McCallum intrust
ami to ratify Ihe conveyances made pursii-,
ant thereto.
2. A resolution to confirm the resolution
of the Directors passed March 27th, 1908, authorizing applications for Crown Grants,
aud to declare the company's liability for
the necsssary costs of proceedings to Crown
Grant.
B, A resolution req nesting said Hay and
McCallum to defend the ad versing action
of K. Couture.
A subsequent general meeting of the shareholders tn eonlirm resolutions passed at the
said meeting of June 80th, 191)3, will be held
on Wednesday the 15th day of July, 1903, at
the Miu:e hour aud place.
Dated this llth day of June, 1908.
By order of the Direetors,
CHAS. HAY. President,
NKIL McCALLUM, Secretary.
BICYCLES—Clevelands, Massie-
Efarris, Imperials, Columbias, Ram
biers—all fcop-notchers—for sale and
for rent. Also a complete line of hi
cycle sundries. All kinds of bicycle
repairing, Geo. Chapple, First St.,
opposite postoffice, Grand Forks, B. C.
Klondike pool  table.    Only one
in citv.    Grand Forks hotel.
THE PATHFINDER MINE
COMPANY, LTD.
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS
STOCKHOLDERS who have not
paid Calls Nos. 13, 14, 15, 16,
17 and 18 are hereby notified that
such stock is now delinquent and
liable to be declared forfeited to the
Treasury, in accordance with the
Articles of Association. Interest at
the rate of 10 per cent will be
charged on all arrears.
The public is warned against purchasing stock that has been Forfeited.
Jno. Rogers, President.
Arthur O. Cochrane, Secretary.
Kodaks
...AND.
KODAK FILM
.AND.
All Kinds of Photographic
Supplies
BPBOIAL NOTICE TO HI! A KBHOLDBRB   OK THE
ENGLIHH  AND FIlltNCH   GOLD   MININO   COM- ;
1'ANY, LIMITEO LIABILITY,
Those who hold shares iu the above com-
pany [which has now ceased to exist], are en-
titled upon surrender of their share eertiti-
eates to receive shares in the new company
[Knglish and French Gold Mining- Company*]
Limited],   to the dumber of  three-fourths
their holdings in the old company.   Only the ;
holders  of  the new   company's shares can '
vote at  its meetings!   the   old   certificates |
MUST he exchanged, as they are otherwise of
no value.
NKIL McCALLUM,
Secretary Knglish and Prcuch Gold Mining
Company, Limited.
.AT.
WOODLAND'S
DRUG STORE.
WALL PAPER
INGRAIN and all the Latest Patterns of Paper.
The largest and most complete  stock in  the
Boundary Country. Sample Hooks for making selections
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.        may be taken t0 .V°ur residence.
R. F. PETRIE, as
<:xt to p. a
GRAND FORKS. PHONE 128 i
SEE MAC
FOR BARGAINS I
% New and Second-Hand
| Goods Bought and Sold
ft
I STOVES A SPECIALTY
N. D. McINTOSH |
Cor. Bridge and Second Sts.      %
Confectionery
The only place In town
where you can buy
GANONG'S NOTED
G. B. CHOCOLATES
McCormick's Famous
Maracaibo Chocolates
A Fine Assortment of
CHOICE    FRUITS
Pipes, Tobaccos, &c.
All Leading Brands of
Cigars.
DONALDSON'S
i hone 64
Pacific Hotel
J.J. McINTOSH
Opposite C.P. It. Station,
Phone 69. Columbia, B.C
The Evening Sun job department
is tbe best equipped in thc Boundary for printing neat pamphlets
and price lists. Our material is
new.    A new broom sweeps clean.
Tbe Grand Forks hotel, the oldest
hotel in the city, has a capacity
for 70 people. Everything up to
date.    Rates, $1 and $1.50 per day.
Duck eggs for sale at 75 cents per
dozen at James Newby's.
Spring chickens served daily at
the Clarendon Restaurant.
Hay,
McCalliHn
&
Wright
Mining and   Real
Estate Dealers
Insurance Asents
Lots Fob Sai.e in All
Parts of the City.
Choice Garden Lands
at Low Prices.
MONEY TO LOAN
COLUMBIA, B. C.
MEDICAL  HALL
FOR...
PURE DRUGS
Take a Look at Our Window
Display of the Latest Novelties
in Chatelaine Bags and Purses.
FIRST ST., OP, POSTOFFICE
Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded,
FRASER DRUG CO., DRUGGISTS
FRANK    MILLER
GENERAL TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
Good Dry Wood Delivered to
Any Part of the City.
PHONE 64
GRAND FORKS AND COLUMBIA, B. C.
4
ANDFORKS.BC
JULY 1-2, '03
Under the Auspices of the
Grand Forks Wm Park
2.500
IN PRIZES
Including Hose Races and other
Athletic Events
QPCP1AI HATIIREQ seagram handicap i»<* mik
OlLUlAL ILAIUnLO for   three-yoar-olds    nil   upwards; cup. value $500, presented by J. E. Seagram, of Waterloo, Ont, with 8300 added by tho Association.
GRAND FORKS DERBY—One mile; 8-100.
For Prize Lists and Catalogues Address
LLOYD A. MANLY, W. A. HARKIN,
President. Secretary. -
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AGIFiC HOTEL
MRS. NICHOLS & MISS BAILEY,
Phofrietoks.
First-Class Board Rooms, $2
Per Day.
Special Rate by the Week.
This dining room is first-class
in every respect. Table supplied with the best to be found
in the markets.
OP. C.P.R. STATION, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
HARMONY LODGE U. D., A. F.'
it A. M.—Regular Communioa-I
cation First Wednesday of each month j
at 8 o'clock p. m. precisely. Sojourning Brethren cordially invited to at-'
tend. Jno. Rogers,
Jno. Westwood, W M. Sec
QRANI) FORKS FEDERAL -LA-
bor Union No. 231, A.L.U.—
Meets every Wednesday evening
at y o'clock in Federal Union hall.
Thos. Foulston, 'President; John T.
Lawrence, Secretary.,
G. J. HAYWARD
Notary Public
Customs Broker
DEALER IN...
Real  Estate
OFFICE IN MINER HOUSE.
Grand   Forks,  B. C.
Don't forget to leave your order
for lee witli  F. Miller.    'Rhone  04.
A special (I o'clock chicken dinner
will he served next Sunday evening
at the Pacific hotel, opposite the 0.
1'. R. station.
For Rent—Miner House, furnished or unfurnished. Apply lo
(I. .1. Hayward.
Fresh Hood River Strawberries,
with whipped cream, served daily
at the Clarendon  Restaurant.
BOUNDARY MINES AND SMELTERS
There arc at present six furnaces
in blast in the Boundary smelters—
three at the Granby, two at the
Mother Lode, and one at the Sunset.
Thc 150-horsepower electric hoist
was used at tho Snowshoe mine for
the first time last week, and worked
smoothly. This is the second mine
in the Boundary to which Cascade
power is being furnished.
The Oro Denoro has contracted to
ship to the Sunset smelter.
The force of men employed at the
Granby mines was somewhat reduced last week, as the ore bins were
full to overflowing. More men,
however, arc again being used.
The third furnace for the Sunset
smelter, completed for some months
at Spokane, is to be brought in and
installed at an early date.
William B. Reed, of New York,
who is a large shareholder in the
Granby company, was a gucstatthc
Yale recently. In company with
President Miner and General Manager Graves, he made a thorough inspection of thc company's mines at
Phoenix. He expressed himself as
being greatly mpressed with his trip
through the Canadian northwest,
both-in regard to the mining and
lumbering industries, as well as with
the great agricultural possibilities
of the country. He had bad no idea
of the magnitude of thc ore bodies
in the Granby mines before inspec-
ing the proposition. The economical manner in which the ore was
mined and smelted also surprised
him exceedingly. He was well
pleased with bis investment.
Thc ore shipments from thc Granby mines in Phoenix lo the smelter
in this city last week increased to a
point that tbey have not reached in
many weeks heretofore, and at present 30 cars, or over 1000 tons of ore
daily, are being received at the smelter, requiring tbe employment of an
additional train crew on tbe Phoenix branch ofthe V. P. R.
POUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS
141,826
7.465
47,938
5,437
2,774
512
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines  for
1900,  1901, 1902, 1 HI.'!, and for the past week:
1900        1901. 1902. 1908.   Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoenix... 64,533   231,762   309,858    157,608      5,156
Snowshoe, Phoenix       297       1,721     20,800     23,910      2,100
Brooklyn, Phoenix       150                            ■•■•■
Mother Lode, Deadwood.    5,840     99,034
Sunset, Deadwood  804
Morrison, Deadwood  150
R. C. Mine, Summit   10,404      47,405
R. Bell, Summit  560
Emma, Summit  660
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070        1,040
Golden Crown, Wellington   2,250
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
KingSolomon,W. Copper	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central     2,000
Jewel, Long Rake        160
Canni, West Fork	
Providence, Providence	
Ruby, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous     3,230
14,811
8,530
785
625
15,415
9,206
1,290
180
550
875
605
350
890
'"so
3,450
482
2,175
172
451
325
Jim Dumps' physician once
fell ill.
Said he:   "I'll have no
draught or pill."
Said Jim: "Ho, ho, you're
on the shelf,
You who cure others,
cure yourself."
Then Jim sent up some
" Force " to him,
"That's what he needs,"
quoth " Sunny Jim."
orce"
The Ready-to-Serre Cereal
for doctor
and patient.
He,9 Ea.«en Three C*.ses.
"I was attacked last May by appendicitis. As I showed sigus of recovery doctor
and I began to cast around for a suitable diet
and as a result we fell upon ' Force,' which
has been a wonderful boon to me. I have
eaten almost three cases.    H. H. Miller."
W—9
•  (
utual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK
THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD, its assets
being $482,432,681,30, or $24,015,390 greater than those of the
next great company.
THE OLDEST COMPANY IN AMERICA, having completed
its Sixtieth Year on February 1st, 1003.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD, having earned for its policy holders since organization $92,462,706, or $69,875,957 more than the
net earnings of tbe next great company.
ITS POLICY CONTRACTS cover every form   of  modern insurance, and one of the most liber"! issued by any company.
BEFORE PLACING YOUR INSURANCE ELSEWHERE, do
yourself tbe justice and us the favor of looking into our contracts.
OFFICE: BIDEN BLOCK,
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
J, BURTT MORGAN,
DISTRICT
MANAGER
Thk Grand Fohks Investment &. Trust Co.,, Local Agents;
THIS WEEK
IT'S
FRUIT JARS
c&
Total,  tons  99,730   800,000   507,515   259,334     11,072
Granbv Smelter treated,.. 62.3S7   230,828   312,340   159,450       5,849
BERRIES
PHONE
30
J.H.
COLUMBIA STREET,
,       GRAND FORKS

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