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Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, August 2, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
ish to Cariboo.   After tbe gold ex- \l|llljn
lenient   be   settled in New West-   |\ \\ U| \
linster, where be resided over since. *■"*-*' " M
Two Grand   Forks   Parties
Receive Teachers' Certificates.
Laborers Are Reported to Be
Scarce on the Phoenix
Branch.
rush to Cariboo,
cite
mi
He had  been  ailing for some lime j
previous to his death,    lie wus 86
years of age, nnd leaves in addition Unwatering of Brooklyn and
to bis son a widow und a daughter
living at the family residence in the
Royal city.
Stemwinder Progressing
Steadily.
fhe following are the appropriations in the supplementary estimates
for tho districts of Kootenay and
Vale-Cariboo: Fernie public school,
6111,(100; telegraphic commuiiicatitm
between Okanagan Lauding and Kelowna .Mission, $4500] ('uesnell-
Barkcrville branch repairs, $1000;
extension of Kumlnops-Lower Nicola
telephone line, via Granite creek,
Princeton, Hedley, KeremeoS und
Fairview to Penticton, $12,600.
Ore  Bins  in No. 4 Granby
Tunnel Will Require One
Million Feet Lumber.
the Ititthiiitillcn group in Summit
camp, which arc under bond from
Lauder and Coot.
A big strike has been made on the
Silver Cloud, in .Skylark camp. The
property   was   recently bonded  by j
Alex Robinson, J. Johnson, J. Mc-
Creath and'L. A. .Smith.
The Cliff, Le Hoi i nnd Jumbo
in Rossland camp, and Mountain
Lion in Republiccamp,are now ship!
ping to the Granby smelter.
NSES Of
East Kootenay Coal Locators
Will Be Made Happy on
That Date.
His Honor Judge Loamy opened
county court in this city this morning.    There is only one jury  case
on  the docket—P. Burns & Co. vs.
Blakeway & Urlin—and that is being tried this afternoon.    The original jury list drawn consisted of  I).
1). Munro, E. Spsaggett, Peter   Don
nldson   nnd   Al   Traunweiser.     Of
these ft prominent hotel   man  wns
lined $10 for being lute,   but   after
bis honor bad taken a second look at
the man ho remitted tho fine because
In;   thought mine  hostneeded    tile
money.    A leading merchants nlso
attempted to evade jury duty by
stating that be bad overslept  him- j
self  and  hint hurried to the courthouse without eating  bis breakfast. , ,
,,. .       . ,       i.i   i                   berge,', Gordon and luoiiipsun
Ills bonoriiilorincd the business iiiiin I      a '
that tho next time be came ns a
juror before eating his breakfast he
would be lined $10. Tbe following
jury WUS then selected:    N.   Mel.el-
b>.,', fore n; VV. K. C. Manly, vV.
S. Stuart, J. 11. Hodson, Fred
Laurie. Court then adjourned until 2 o'clock.
SUNSET  SAUNTERINGS
$30,000 in Fees Collected Since
Order-in-Council Was
Passed.
Owing to the receipts of news of a
very encouraging nature from Frank*
the stock of the Si"'*.*.**.** Falls & Northern  railway,
Louis   \V.   Hill,   president of the
lin camp today, all
.McKinley   .Mines,    Ltd.,   has   been
withdrawn from the market.
I'bc following officers have been I Tho unwnteriijg of tho Brooklyn
installed by Phoenix Lodge No. 28,1 nnd Stemwinder nijnes, in Phoenix
K. of P., for the ensuing six monthsn rump, Has been progressing steadily
('. ('., Sum Stevens; V. C, Alexander'! now for about two weeks. The water
McDonald; prelate, James Murray;
M, !•:., Geoige Elkins; M. I?., James
Marshall; M. !•'., .lames A. ('lurk;
K. of li. und S,.l. E. W. Thorn*-
son; M. of W., J. N. Cynp'ell; 1.
G., John A. Motrin; 0, G., Ed
Brown. The installing officers wore
Deputy   (In.nd  Chancellors   Ruin-
The  I'avilln Comedy  company,
who aro to bold the boards nl the
Biden opera bouse Friday, Aug. 5th,
come exceedingly w.ell ici-ounuend-
ed with a program ol' high-class
vaudeville attract ions. Tbeir cut' r-
taininent, while highly amusing
and laugh-provoking, is at the same
time moral, refined and completely
Of those who wrote for teachers' void of nny objectionable feature,
certificates at the examination held The company   is  spoken of very
recently in Grand  Forks,  two  were highly by ny of our citizens who
successful, Mr. I!. Clement  obtain- have seen tbem in various (arts o".
ing an academic and Miss  Florence | the United States nnd   llritish   to
wns nil taken out. of the Stcinwiiulor
lust Saturday, nnd is nearly mil of
the Hropklin, tbe pumps working
now Irom the 250 level. Superintendent Collins stales tin: Sti in-
winder shaft appears to be all right,
and mining operations nre to start
al once. Tbe Umbering in the
Brooklyn shnl'l, however, wns found
lo be so decayed that it will have lo
be renewed from top to bottom, requiring three or four weeks time before mining operations can be taken
up in thai property ill earnest.
Mrs. Hill, Miss Holt of New York
and party, arrived in the eity this
evening by special train, consisting
of three ofthe handsomest coaches
everscen in this city. Mr. Hill, nc-
coinpnniedby H. A. Jackson, general
passenger nnd freight agent of the
S. F. A- N\, Supt. Morgan, Supt. A.
11. VV. Hodges of the Granby, and
General Malinger Jay P. Graves of
the (Iranby Consolidate I, left for
Phoenix   this evening in carriages.
Tbe ladies of the party arc guests at
the Vale.
II. C. Kerman has received his
official notification from the government of his appointment us sheriff
I of Grand Forks nnd Greenwood elcc-,
toral district. Mr. Kerman will enter upon the duties of his new ollice
on the loth of the present month.
A dispatch from Victoria says that
it   is  slated on good authority that
licenses for thc coal and oil lands of
Southeast   Kootenay  will be issued
by the chief commissioner of lands
nnd works on Wednesday, the  3rd
inst.    Tbe scramble for this property
is   indicated   by the fact that since
the order-iu-council was passed, a
little   over  a month ago, throwing
open the lands, nearly $30,000 have
been collected by the government in
fees.    It is expected that the total
revenue will amount to $60,000.
nl' th.
| i    Smith Curtis, of Rossland, inana-
Siiperintende.it Lawrence,
C.   P.   I!.,   states     that    his     	
is hauling ore I'i oui  more mines in  gel' of   the Oro  Denoro  Mines, in
cnay ami Yule ul the present Summit camp, was a guest  at   the
Miller n junior certificate.
Construction work along the entire line of the Phoenix branch is
now progressing very rapidly. It
was stated by a Great Northern
official yesterday, however, that at
nreseiit 200 more laborers could be
id to good advantage on the road.
Al McCormick, formerly assistant
assayer at the (Iranby smelter, and
Angus McDonald, lel'l yesterday for
Basin, Mont., where they will reside
iu future.
Joe, tbe diriverof P. Burns ii Go's,
delivery wagon, bad a uniipic experience Inst Siindny. lie went to
Royer's livery stable and got the
hnndsomWt rig in the barn, and took
his best and second best girls out for
a buggy ride. While driving through
tbe country lanes on the other side
of the river something in thc harness broke. The horses beeaino
frightened] tore themselves louse
from the buggy and ran away. Tbe
queerest part of the incident is,
Joe. was so absorbed in feeding tl.e
giils'boubuns that he didn't realize
he had had a runaway until half an
hour after it had happened.
Word has been received in this
eity frou New Westminster of the
death of Mr. Whiteside, father of A.
M. Whiteside, the Greenwood barrister, and uncle of David Whiteside
of this city. Deceased was a native
of Australia, but came to this province  in the early days of the gold
lumbia.
X. McLellan,the well known Hour
and feed man, is making gratifying
progress in bis new role as un ifmi-
teui horse-trader. He inny move
either to Kentucky or Tennessee
after graduation, which, Irom pres
ent reports, will be before long.
Mr. John  Donaldson and family
went down to Christina lake today
for a brief outing.
Tiie baseball game Oil Ihe Fast side
grounds last Sunday between   learns
from tho Granby mines in Phoenix
and the smelter in this city wus un
exciting one. The score resulted in
11 to 7 in favor of the [inciter boys.
ICootc
time than in any period during the
last three or four years, und the
country generally is on a sounder
basis than ever before in its history.
* * * \
About n million feet of limber will
be used in tin- iiewGrunby No. 4:u i-
n/I me lu s. '1 b y will bu oil feet
high, nnd close to the new giant ore
crusher. The No. 8 and No. 4 tunnels when arrangements are completed will be able to output 30001
ions of ore daily.
Isiiuc Skidinore bus uncovered u
vein of high-grade ore on the Humming Bird, adjoining the 10. P. ('.
on the nortli, in Greenwood enmp.
lie wus working with the objeel of
orosscutting the F. P. V. lend on bis
properly, nnd bclluVOS he bus succeeded in doing so.
*    *    *
Lust week development wus start-
1*3 mi the Spokane claim, one of
Yule yesterday,
II. T. Ilnzen bus gone io Montreal
to consult with bis principals re-
garding tbe construction of the Mid
way & Vernon railway.
Wanted   Girl lo take care of children.    Apply nt Winnipeg Hotel.
Flu re ar ■ so many new adverlise-
Mits in this issue of The Son that
wu lack the space tu mention them.
The  best thing for yon to do is to
read   nil  of them.    Then you'll be
sure lo find w bat you want.
The City Council
The regular weekly meeting ••.■*?-
the city council wns .!>■ A^jf: ;,".''
council chamber lust night, MaviHJH
Hammar, Aid. McCallum, I'Vciii'SS
Martin, Clements und McNee being*!
present.
Thc following accounts were ordered paid: (Irani! Forks Tmnsler
Co., 89; J. VV. Jones, 840.80; Cana-
adian General Electric Co., 86.(15;
J. A. Riddle, $4.50j P. Waterston,
$12; J. Lagimodiere, *7.50; J. Haverty, 87.5.
A communication was received
from the C. P. R. ollieials making
an offer of $40 per month for city
water.   On motion of Aid. Martin
and Feeney, tbe council decided   to
ask ."JoO per month for the water.
A communication was read from
tiie Btiperint ndonl of education.
The letter was accompanied by a
cbequo for $4000, being the final
payment by the provincial government lo tho city of Grand Forks on
account of lie erection ol the new
i school building,
Chas. Rogers, an employe al  tbe1,
(iranby smelter, returned yesterday
from tiie Burnt, Basin district, where il*- |,:"v, "'" '"" '
i   i     i        , ■ i   Srx orbited every   week
ho has been doing assessment  work'      '
on bis mineral claim during the past
two or three week's.
jiC pin' tbe two issues of Tiik
printed every   week   with   the
'"" "i -s of this district,   You'll
Ale
The men from the mines Btartod out |grul)p „r ,, ,|ai|„, ,.„,,,Ilh. bn„ •„•
will,   a   good lend, bill the smelter-   ,1V j   ,.   ,,.,.,„ ttnd  .ls,,„.j.„„s „.	
soon   pulled    themselves   to-1 ,,„. ,,.m|. ,|( y trea)| tho 0|ftin|S ,„..
ng formerly owned by the llntm-
liiiv Creek Mining und Milling Co.
The Spokane adjoins the Elkhorn,
and in the past high-grade ore has
been taken from several claims of the
men   soon   pin
gclher, nnd held the  visitors down
to one run after the first inning.
Duncan Ross, of Greenwood, Lib-
oral candidate for member of the
Dominion bouse for Yale-Cariboo, is
a visitor in the eity today.
Fred Grant, the Chesaw youth arrested by ulliccr Tlioiuet recently
on the charge of bringing stolen
horses into Canada, was acquitted
in Police Magistrate Cochraiie's
court last Friday, the evidence being
insufficient to convict bim.
Mi. and Mrs. W. S. Stuart returned lust Sunday from a pleasant
outing at Christina lake.
trim p.
Gold
The final payment on the
Bug wns recently  made in Green
wood.
Miller, who, with bis associates, is working tbe Helen and
Barbara, two high-grade properties
in Greenwood camp, was in the
city yesterday.
The colony of campers-out from
Grand Forks on the shore of Christina lako is said to bo increasing in
size daily.
other papers <
ives   you   more
nnd   news  than   any   otlior
I in tbe Boundary, and al the
nice, loo.
find that Tin: Si \
pa pel
join
san
Tlm force on
Stemwinder is gi
creased.
be Brooklyn  and
■dually  being  in-
Manager Moffat, of the Ruthiuiil-
len, is suid I'he getting encouraging results irom tho development he
is doing on n claim or two adjoining
Mr
Fmil Larson, an old Nelson hotel
iieui, is now the proprietor of thc
Winnipeg hotel. Heinlcnds to run
n first-class housont moderate prices, spondir
  ! Christina lake
Ed Stuart and family returned lo
the city Inst Sunday from Christina
lake, where tbey have been spending
the past two weeks.
Miss Lizzie llo.nl, ol Winnipeg, is
visiting Mrs. J. A. McCallum in this
city.
The by election ill  Lillooet is set
,for the ll'ilh inst.
	
Apples from \V. IL Coven's ranch
late now on the local market.
id  Mrs. Gci
their miilsu
Chappie
mier outiu
are
tat
Nicely  furnished   roon
■itb
without hoard, at tho Winnipeg hotel,
The very best smokers iu town at
Jioniild.snn'.s. Large range from which
to choose.    Get our prices by tbe Itnx.
Webbs' chocolates galore at Donaldson's, in bulk and in   fancy boxes. (Jltr iEIinting Bmx
\y
PUIU8IIKD KVHUV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
KVKNIXKS AT ORAND FORKS, II.C, HV
O. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES:
.'/nil-....$2.00 I Three mouth*.
t
On
Six months.. 1.00 \ One month \Q
Advertising rates furnished ou application.
Legal notices, 10 and 3 Qs. pa- lint:
Ail/let'** ull communications In
Tun Evening Sun,
Phone 55. orand eorks, r. c.
•T.j.n}
'M'FSDAY, AUGUST 2, 10(1-1
Tbe j resident of an eastern board
of trade says: "Thefc is no excuse
for dealing away from home. Money
should be spent in the locality iu
which it is made, otherwise the
growth and success of the district is
impaired, The conduct of those
people who buy on credit in town j
and outside for cash cannot be loo
strongly conch mncd. The merchants
know what tbey have to contend
with in outside competition, and
consequently mark things down the
lowest possible prices, so that if they
cannot obtain cash or ils equivalent
in value, tbey suffer loss, lie loyal
to ymir own district. Assist the
merchant so far as lies in your
power to Pike advantage of every
trade discount by giving nim the
cash with which lo do so, and you
will find tlmt every effort put' forth
in this way will redound to your
own interests.    It  jg \nu. (hat the
large departmental stores  y   be
able to buy cheaper iu larger quantities, but this is often offset hylic cheaper rentals and cost of labor
locally. Yoii will also hnvethesat-
isfaction of feeling that you are doing what you know is right. It is n'
wil known fuel in some instances
jieupl,    hnve   reached   their credit
limit in every store in the pi.- , and
have then gone to neighboring towns, I
>o that if there is any driving of
business away, the credit system and
nol cush one will do ii in the long
run. li may not be possible to introduce n Cash system at once, but
nntbing is lost by giving the subject
nil the publicity possible.''
HOTEL ARRIVALS
YAI.E.
E. E. Bates, Vancouver.
0. Mellisb, Vancouver,
Mis. Dligan, Nelson.
L. II. Mason, Republic.
J. Wikshrnnd, Curlew.
II. M. I'ulleitoii. Victoria.
II. S. Cane, Ncwinnrket.
A. Miller, (Ireenwood.
J. B. Iluche and wife, Scuttle.
II. E. Irwin, Toronto.
Smith Curtis, Rossland.
A. .1. Hales, Vancouver.
II. By ts, Nelson.
II. Darl i g Vancouver,
.1. I\ Whiting, Berlin.
\V. G. Gaunoe, Greenwood,
Mrs. Cook, Greenwood.
J. P. livers. Trail.
W. M. Thornton, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Rae, Chicago.
John I). Purler, Syokane.
Duncan Ross, Greenwood.
Jas. J. Strutzel, i'bocnix,
M. G. Duncan, Spokane.
IIRAXIIY.
P. ,M. Elkins, (ireenwood.
('bus. Tout, Eagle, Neb.
Aug. Noell, Isbpeiniiig, Mich,
Chas. Sichiiis,     " "
Ed .). Lyman, Omaha.
Peter (leriz, Milwaukee.
Dave Oxley, Phoenix.
A. K. II. Clarke, Phoenix.
.1. Haverty,
W. Miller,
B. Sandwort!), '■
E. H.-irde, Plioeiiiv,
C. McAstnckcrs, Phoenix.
A New Vocabulary.
"I'5
A      1:111
SEE," so-ld the wise person,
••lhat son-IB eminent philologist
ftg.-iin monkeying wit), the
language of the world in the
effort to combine them In one
tongue that no one will want to learn,
but everybody can understand. It has
always been a ma*ter of surprise to me
that none of those word-arrangers has
ever grasped the amazing possibilities
of baby-talk as a universal, time-saving method of conversation. Instead
of delving into the dusty dimness -of
antlijiiliy for Saxon and Sanskrit roots,
and making it necessary for one to
master ten languages to learn one,, why
do they not go into tha nursery with
an open mind and a notebook and
compile n new mnihcr-tongue that will
catch everybody?"
Here he paused for a question, but,
as none was forthcoming, he went on:
"What I mean is this: You take any
baby that has an intelligent, quickwitted mother, and it can make its
wants known with less expenditure of
breath than a deaf-and-dumb man. If
It says "Wow" she knows thnt a pin
is sticking It. or V it it wants Its dinner, or that it wants to turn over, or
that it has colic. If It saya "Ah-goo"
she makes a rapid-fire translation
which proves thnt the child 'has said
that it wants to see papa or that It
feels good. If it says "Gup" she will
at once tell you that it means "look at
the horse." If It says "Roo" she can
tell you without a moment's hesitation
that It desires a peep at its picture-
book. And so en ad Infinitum, nnd ad
Infantum, fm* that matter By jlngl
We don't want Valapuk or any other
old universal language, but as a time
and tongue saver and word-condenser
we need the adoption of biby-talk."
Then, with a sarcastic glance at the
young father, he concluded:
"Besides, it would keep a lot of people from telling us what their children
had tried to say."—W. D. Nesbit In
"Judge."
BIDEN OPERA HOUSE
Friday, Aug. 5
THE
PAVILLA COMEDY CI
A company of talented artists,  su
porting by the eminent comedians
cJ/WR. AND MRS, JOHN
PAVILLA
In a delightful Program, in  which
laughter and enjoyment reign
merrily.
Clean - Moral - Refine<
Admission, 50c; children, 25c.
Reserved   Seats   at   Woodland's   Drni
i •
Store.
Has Last Say.
The first number of tho Western
Cnterer, a 20-pngc magazine j.111 >—
lishetl ;it Sun Francisco by il. S.
Turner, Founder of Tins Sin, hns
been received. Tho paper is very
neat, and bears evidences ol pros-
pority.
Superintendent \V. A. Coplen, nt*
tbe head of tho mining department
of tho Spokane Interstate Fair, October •'! tn 9, will In' in the Bnun-
tlnry country this week visiting various campSj soliciting ores from nl
tlm leading mines whioh did tint ex-
biliit nt the fnir last year. T.ie l ir
ninnugenicnf has dono wisely in re-
fusinS to allow tho exhibits in   r is' betjpvolenl »i>'ntlriunn »ho tukes 	
terest in riiilitiTii
"Say, po," queried little Hilly Bloe
itimpcr, "what's an echof
"An echo, my son," replied the olll
inn with a sigh Ions draw ' ol,ti "is ""'
iily thing tint ran lllnttlani a woman
nt'of the last woid."—"Lyre."
Little Ozro— Paw. what is a chiiiiiiir.
if horrors!    farmer  Bentover—Wn-nl :
;iiod land, Ozzicl   Don't you know wha!
. uiir niuw's spare bedruuui louks liker—
Puck."
.More than forty per eent. of the par.pl.
• f Great Rritain timid mil write thtdt
names when Queen Victoria aseended the
tiroue. Now only sewn per cent, are in
that condition.
Hat Salesman—Po yoll fnvndod Franc j
vith your line?   Uow did you make out!
ifeyele   Salesman—\'erv   | r.     Every
Lime I handed any one my card he1
I,ought I wanted to light a duel.—I i'i |
i','o "News,"
rtrannignn—The doctor told me to got i
porous ptasther for me stomach. Drug-1
i.it—Yes, sir; what sort do you want?)
Irannlgnn—'tis little I cire what sort il : r>.... .-.,1
.. .n loiia as 'tis oially digested.—C'atho-1 "*-*   r" **■
lie "Standard ami Times." —-■- --■-
It ift repnrleo that a young married
.nan of Golcouda, wrapped in the gre.it-
1 „\,i- ■ 1 el. How iii Ihe telrgrnph of-
He of Iii- town and wired his wife's
"l.itne- 1 happening ns follows: "Twins
In-dny. more to-inorroivi"—"Lyre."
Philnnihropy.—Andrew Carnegie—1
would like lo give your town n pnhlio
library. Leading cillzen—Thank you,
Mr. CnrnPLrle. It is very noble of you lo
propose such a thing. Uow milch do you
want us to subscribe lor letting you put
your 11:11110 over the entrance?—Chicago
"Record -Herald."
A postal euro sei t froni Bilivllle lo
one of the absent brethren reads "Dear
Jim—N'lltliin' bin good news to till you.
Your crop paid 01 the mortgage, your
brother broke oui 0' lull, an' your daddy
has jest got Jhnil.i out the railroad fer
runuin' over hi-' l.-tr. Ain't I'rovMenc
proviilin'!"—At hi i>u  "Constitution."
"Are yon playing horse?" inked tho
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL
I'u relieve eotistipnted headache just
try I'r. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake
mul Butternut. Wonderfully prompt
mul never euuse griping pains. For
lii'iiiliiclii'aud biliousness use onlv Or,
llmiiilton's Pills. Price 26c. il. E;
Woodland, druggist.
I'm- it nice hair-out or shave go to
thn City Barber Shop mi Rivorsido
avenue.    Baths 25c.
If you Have a few friends to spend
an evening at your home, do not forget to leave an order fur some Hazel-
wood iio cream nl Donaldson's.
Phone 64.
Granby Hotel
Most Convbnibni
t.v LooA't'Hi) 11 urn
is Tim Citv. .
OLUMBIA HOTEL
JONN PETERSON, PROP.
Finest uuawdb uf . . .
WINES, LfQJORS AND CIGARS
\r;.\u l', I'. 11. STATION,
Forks, B. C.
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop.
Bar Supplied with tlio
Finest Bruntlsof
WINKS, LIQUORS
AM) CKiAKS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOA It D.
COMMODIOUS,   TOLL
FtJRNISHBD   ROOMS,
GRAND FORKS, B, C.
department lo be scattered, It isall
very well lo send mining exhibit! in
St. I.niiis nnd for pcrmniiont exhibits in other eastern cities, but the
ore specimens senl in SpoknnO'nrc
nut senl iu bo scattered'nil over the
Country. Mine owners prefer them
retained in Spokano, where I hey can
bondded to from ycar.tti year, thus
building up what In time ought .to
be tin- lirst mining exhibit in tlio
northwest The management ofthe
Spokano fair, il is understood, has
reliiint'd every pound of nre which
Was mi exhibition Inst year, mul will
use it us,a nucleus for the mining
department exhibits nt tlie fair this
year, mul in future years, Mr.
Coplen, therefore, is in a position in
do bettor work this year for tho fair
tiuni ever before, uml for the mining
resources of the Pacific northwest.
Baths 26 cents, at tho l*fole
.Shop.
Burin
'Certainly not.'' answered Ihe little
Huston boy, "We ar- ■ionising ourselves
by the assumption that Jlrnili'r U'nl'o
is an ittbtbyo.aurc.isml that I ninn pm-
hi-lorii' man ie puri'lit of Mm."—Wiuili-
iiigtuu "Si ir"
C 'iatorlltl Athletics.
Tiie Lon'ttu "Luncit" snya that am-
li'iir- in England have developed too
iiiuvji Into gladiatorial displays hv picket!
competitors struggling lo win prta or
to earn wage* hefore huge Crowds i.i
spectators, ami can hardly lie regarded
ns effective agents in iii. devi. , . „;
(lie physical strength and pliysic.il ocllv/.
fy ot' tiie people. There is the same tendency in ihis country, hut the fail mi.,,..
ly selves to mnke more imperative the
need of supporting and extending mcli
eyst.ms ,,f physical training ns hnve for
their cliiif aim strcngtb nnd not Inn
Mother—Wbat did you say when
grni'dmn gave you a piece of eake? Wil.
iie—1 told her I hoprd il was as good its
it wis sin I!.—"Piok-.Ue.Up."
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
I'V   fi'ui ul   Kirk.s   and Hift*-
rbuwHng territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties ami special-
lii'.s iii Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
anil Roses. A |ii'i'iiinni'iil
situation, uml territory reserved fnr the I'iglll limn.
Pay weekly, ('iinrisoino'out-
fit tVci'. Weill- for particu-
lurs atii./ii ml in cents for our
pocket microsoope, just   tho
tiling to use iu oxaming tt s
mul plants fnr inseots,
STONE* WELLINGTON,
.Foothill Norskmks,
(Over 800 Aoi*es)
I'i HI ONTO,    -    •    -    OKTAHIO
Dcdtic'ion,
Miss Cutting—Then you nro nn a:;:.,,-
tief ('holly Sm.illheil—I never • 1 .,
*tliss Cutting—Vo; hut you sniil v,w
only believed what you floubl under
•tn'uil.-"lii'.'-,e."
vOR   SALE
GOOD DRY
Delivered In any *M rf] 0. 0.  I),
pan nl'il ity   (i.Tiwlf per Cord.
Sond in your orders
in advance, us we uro
always busy.
W, ILIVILLE,
p.o   .
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave ymir orders for KJE ut DONALDSON'S—.['IIO.N'K 64.
Best I iv in the i-itv. Prompt Delivery. All kin.Is nf TRANSFER WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A .largo cpnsignnienl nl' Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tallies and Sofas just arrived. Call and inspect them.
Also o stock nf Blankets, (Juills, Pillows, etc., h. be sold
nt greatly redticed prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
J.
Riverwicle Avenue
Grand  Porks
RBurns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL  KINDS OE
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
PISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IN CLOTHING h wpu,d '-'*«<-**-f*-"-i>"^*t.*<-;iuu^.i.-^c-«-
wliut we urn doing. Nn trouble to
show goods. For Quality*, Fit mul Price in Customs Tailoring vmi
cannot do better. T also have nn ufituwy fnr one nf the host Eastern
Mouses, and if there ia nny
wityof getting lit by sending
iiwity fnr a Suit nf Clothes, I
elm iet it fnr you, as I thoroughly understand tjikin** measurements.
SUITS FROM $15 UP
GEO.  E. fl ASS IE, Grand 8 Forks. '/
R. G. P0IT8IBI
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Ropniring, Munu-
fiielui'er of Sereen Doors and
Windows.
Riversside   Avenue,
Opposite J. W. Jones' Ptit'iilture Stori
l , upposlteJ. W.Jo ' t'niii
I ~ ' '	
WATCH REPAIRING
Regnlutiug and Adjusting a
Specialty. I Good work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON,
Jeweler nnd Uptlcitin,
ukam)   pork; ■ '. •*-".
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
_J)IGAR STORE,
CALL IN
Anil   LTt
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Bhiladelphia Dental
College.
Office over Hunter-
Phono 27. KbndrickCo.'sStore.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry n Goinplote Line
nf Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
\\ IIV GO EAST
Over tin* Buh-burncdj sago brush
and alkali plains, when you may
just, aa well take n delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heiirt of the Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
Aiiif'i'icnii continent?
This you can do by travelin'fj on,
the Hio Grando Byfltetn, the far-
famed "Scenic LiheoftliQ World,"
tin' only transcontinental line pn-ps-
ing through Suit Lake citv.   Glch-
wood   Springs,   Leadville,'Colorado! P-lot-house ia turned, r.na instantly hy-
c    ■ ii*, I -Iraulic pressure clo.^e*" twenty water-
Spnnpwmd Donvei* enroute to east-   llght aoor8 in tht, Jowei. pirt oC tha
.•ru points. I ship, making sixteen w&ter-tight com-
Three daily express tniins  makci partntents. Tiie fact that all the doors
<FS)
One Obstacle Overcome.
WILLIE was a bright boy, of an Inventive turn of mind. Ai the age
of eljrlit or ten he was seized I
With th? ",!•'! ppluul motion" Idea, and i
began to nmkn nil .sorts of queer nin- l
ehlnea, despite Ihe advice of his father, ■■«
who ii id itiiti of men that had devoted f£!ffl
their Uvea tu a vain search for pe:-petu* (} $*ji
al motion. <4 ■'. %
"It violates the  first principles    of   %i*}
"Action nnd reaction are equal, as you u'^i
will understand some day. When you 2rP-5
ean pull yourself up hy your hoot- |J| t
Straps, you may hope to tnvonl :i nr:. pv^,'**.
I'lii'- 1 1 ir|i| Fturt Itself and run i^ffN
without stopping." (j*^ u
The   next day   Willie   came   lo   his   *
father  in  great  excitement   and   told
him lie had done It—had pulled h.ni
self up hy his bootstraps.
"it's no trick at all," he raid as he
led the way to the Warn, where he
showed his bewildered father a p:ifr of
old boots nailed, soles up, to a beam
overhead.
"There!" he exclaimed, as he climbed
on a box, readied up, ran his Angers
through the straps/of the bonis and
pulled himself up. "What do you think
of that?"
Willie's father did. not reply In words.
Instead, ho took a harness stiop, and
then and ihere Willie gave an Imitation of perpetual motion which re-
qulred nn elaborate apparatus.
GRAND BIG STREET
i
During the Race Meet at
Bi
E)   Grand Forks, B. C. ffi
Chief Engineer Kmll Prlllwltz of the
North German X.io>d steamship "Kron-
prlnz Wilhelhi," is expeilmeiitlng with
a new arrangement which he has
placed In the ship tov use In case of a
collision.     A  small   wheel   abaft   the
(INCLUSIVE;
close connections with all tniins wisi
are closed  is Instantly shown  on an
. 1    a '  1      1    ■ 1 electric dial, on which the numbers of
;ui.l west, and fttrprtl n choice ol live the doors and their location are printed.
' distinct routes Of travel.  The ecitlip- The  sixteen    water-tight    rooms  are
iiii'iii of these trains is the |>pp1   in- more tnan •**°°u^h lu t,ont the vessel in
Iii*        ,*   '       '  ]■' • 1   • case any part of her hull Is punctured,
eluding free reclining 'chair curs. The (i:;p,l.imimts anuw that not more
standard and tourist sleepers, n per- than two minute**; la required to render
feet dining car service, and a1s<h L,ie "Krpnprinz Wilhelm" unsinkubie.
1 perstmally conducted excursion cinv,
'iirli in eniirgoof aconipetciil guide.
ureel  For a  swel
-Spring Suit
wbos'e business is; to look aftor thc
comfort "f In* guests. Xn more
I pleasant mul inoxpensivo means of
I crossing tin ntincnt can l>o found
tlm
TONSILITIS IS GOING AROUND
Ami everybody ia wondering w hat to
0,       111'!.'    is   IL    silll[ilc C'ltl'.'.      I'm- ;l
garble of 's'i-iv.I im* ami water n*
ost novel attraction ever held in  the   Bound;
Country.    Four days of genera]  entertainment and   ity- t^****!
making, in which the whole itmnnliiry r.niulrv is ,■,,,,linllv in %.JLfP
vited tutoi'tieipatc. An interoHtingfoaturp Of tjie Carnival v'ifi
will be the coronation of tho Queen, who willTjo elected by ii J J
popular vote. Candidates tire entered from Itosslatid, Nolayn, vn&**l
Oroenwood, Phoenix, Hepublic, Northport and Orand Forks, Lli
and a close and spirited contest is looked for, Another feat- KKf
lire will be tho Grand Midway Plaisanoe, which will be M ij
stocked wlth'novelties of every description. There will also |»r=
be 11 rock drilling contest for a valuable prize, in which the
best tennis in the surrounding country will piect in competition. The (lain Attraction will bo Jlardi-Oras night, when
everyone is invited to mask from 7 to 11 :MJ p. m. Foi
particulars see posters.   There will be SPECIAt
Wc
all the Idlest styles and S1
"•"*""""'" '    "'il'"1!, 'nded  in the.directions, and rub M>
i, is provided by   these   excitr-       . throat and chesfrvi ,   wi(|| KM
can  guarantee  vou  satisfaction,
For additional details address .1.
and 'prices are rip .     See us  "' nft'wnW, Goii..Agr., Kio('ramie
before ordering elsewhere. j '""•■*•   X"' l2i Third Ktrect,   Port
land, lire.       .
W. H. DINSMORE, Jl	
„.„e„.v,r,„,,„. THE   MILWAUKEE
QKANP l*i il*KS. I.. C
'       A familiar name  for the  Chicago,
Milwaukee -£ St.Paul Railwtiy*.known
all over the Union ns tlio  great   rail
D|jv ji | A|-\ | r -\---[-\  way ru lining the "Pioneer Limited"
J_y 1 >     1     1 v^   JL    [ ,n,'MS •'v-'l'>' ,1;l.v ;ll|d night h.'twcen.Sl.
j Paul and Chicago,   and   Omaha  and
Graduate Pennsylvania College, of    iQhwigo.    "ThQ only perfect trains  in
Dental Sur-erv. Philadelphia,       [the world."     UrnIcrotand:    Connec
1 tions are mado with   All   Transconti
iKMital r-incH, assuring   to   passengers
I Nerviline. This has been tested and
I proved successful a thousaiul times.
' NL-rviline is a spbpific for tonsilttiHund
we know of nothing half so good for
breaking up colds, curing tight chest
and id! muscular pains. Try a bottle
of Nerviline; price -J5e. II. Iv Woodland, druggist.
m
DR. MACDONALD
Ulliee in Megaw Bloel
I'hone 138.
Qrund Forks, II. (.'.' tiie best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam bent. of.
a verity equaled by no other line.
See that your tickel reads via "The
Milwaukee" wben going to any poiul
in tho United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or  other   information, address
ll. I.. Fonn, li.s. Rowe,
Tun. I'a-s. Agt.,     Gen. Agent,
.Spokane, Wash.     Portland, (Ire.
Pacific Hotel
1..I. McINTOSH
Unno.lloO.P, K. Station,
Columbia II.C
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
OHUROH  DIRECTORY,
KNOX I'ltl-.SIIY'l'HISIAN OHUROH, Brand
I'l.rlo .1. It. t'obortson, H.A., piutur,
Sorvlousevery Stin.lin ur 11 ii.tn, aril 7:Utljt.
in.: Sui.'luv >.-h...ii nllll HIIiIbolnsf. :l i.. in.:
H'estminster Hull.I .if ('.   li., Tnesiloy, I
FINE   LAUNDKHINO.
COLLARS,   CI'l-'I'S    AND      J i.'iVt'si.Mi:riiiiiii-rciiiii(ciicni.i Mnin
shirts washed ci.i:an and   ^iXX;,;', E IMMu':!'"-^7';;''
NUT. AMI IRONED BY, ! glns-meetlm-uH'lo-nol' inurnlii-t'«ni»i
Mwinvi'i.v' »™ i Smnlny «nlinol nml Bllile elnssut »|i. m.i
.\l Al III M',l!\ .      M'.U iirnyer moellint overy Thursilar o, .,
MENEMPLOYED. | bSIVKSJ^^o^SJ!^.'^
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE I ffiSfiSSSffS
iiivi'iisniK avkmk.      | 3s;Sl ,!3 s '
HATES ON ALL RAILWAYS during Carnival Week
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Aid. Feeney       P. Donaldson   kO
'You're next" nl tbe Yule Barber
s3
3
i '•
Geo. Urlin
R. F. Petrie
M. White
J. Temple
J. M. Ross
John Leamy
.MIvi.ltAI. ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE. *£.**f
PRBR Ml >n, rlnlm, situate In the Grand   JTQ*
Korlis Mil,hut Olvislim ..t Vnl,. liUnivt. $•".
Wliei'i. 1...-I.I.-.I:   In lliinit lliisln. ***&
TAKE Milieu that I Kennotli I.   II
>   ,.f Itn.slmiil,
Cruwfnnli
e
C. Buhler
'    of Retslnml, II. ('..nirii.i for  Kolwrl   i .
Jruwfiinl, Free Miner'sCerllllenteNo. l.7fS7S9j     *w -^
1..1I   Unite,   1'lee   Ml '»  IVitill.'iil.'   N„. , B           J
17111::. nml .l.'l.i. Sliaii', '>.•,■ Mi ''s I'oi'llll- I     | -*"
......   ^..     , SHIM  I... 1    .tutu   ilnv.    T    .1... ■
16137, Intend, sixty ilqys trnin He- I    I
nf, ti. itiii.lv to theMtiifitsr tteeut'tler I    f
f„f ,i Certihcnte ,,l  Itntiruv etlts, fnr tli
liiin.,,.,. ,.r i.lttiiiiiiii^ ii , rnwi, 'liiint of  ih
nl.,,v.- ,'liilin.
\,„l f ie Hi,.,- take mil im- Hint uotl tide
Seolitm V, i t I ,,n,tu, I befnrc tl,
i-sliiiiii f lilVrtill.iiit-iif [innrovi.l tl
Hut" I this twelfth iluvn'.luly. A.II  l|K)l
KKXNcTll I. llllIl.NET, P.1..S
QRAND FORKS FEDERAL I.A-
bor   t'lhi.n   No.   l'.",I, A.L.I .
.Meets    every    Wednesday    ovenihg
nt tJ o'clock i'n   Federal   Dnion   ball.
Dan  Ki;i.i.v, Ties.
J,VS. A. Il.lllllls, See.
i,ns ii. srt.M.-i:
RINTING
of every description
promptly executed at
The Evening Sun
w. ii. V. ri.i:\ikst
GHENT ISPK
H.ii rlHlt-TH   Si.li.'Ilii
Noiurlflti. l£tO'
IT   U
IVllllii,,,..   Avt	
lllUMi KIIKKX,
$27.50 IN THE
ju
m
irw
When an Accident Happens.
$27,50 invested in 11 Aivi'.mui.ative" |'„lieV issued by tho I'ANA I HAN CASUALTY AND BOILER INSURANCE COMPANY, of Toronto, may bo wnrtb $|5,000 •".""' when an accident happens. Everybody admits
itliiit it, is the best ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY on the market,
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY i» W <«"■< with »" aceidenl In order t„ receive the cosh under tins poliev,
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETE MeC A LEUM, atX^
ly'ull on bim, and havo your sisters, eoiirins, wives nnd aunts and all their friends  call nml ask to see the N KW
SICKNESS POLICY;, covering 30 diseases, whioh is undoubtedly 11 losi UP-TO-DATE sickness policy before the
publio. DO IT NOW. No medical examination required. Everyman and womah shouldhavc one.
| Authorised capital, $1,000,000) subsoribed capital. 81300,000, Boiler Inspootlonj Boiler Insurnnei1, Personal
siooident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevatorvlnsuianco. Consulting Engineers. It will pay you tn lake out
a policy on your boiler and consult us free of charge on all matters pertaining to stemo usage. (lur Mutineers' Advisory .Department can save our polioy holders many limes their premiums by theservioe rendered them. The fitoi
of regu nr inspection is the greatest safeguard against boiler explosions.    All our inspectors arc responsible engineers.
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    -     -     Head Office Toronto
P. T. McCALLUM, GRAND PORKS AGENT,
NjON_ HOJE1 AND MU51CHALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER—
Meals Served at All Hours, Finely Furnished
Rooms in Connection,
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
SWAKTi-D
in each town bo Itilto orders fur our now Hyi Grado
Guaranteed Bioyolos.
New 1B&3 Models
"Boitise,"
$8.75
Cossat:k," aUurnnu,,i mull arcdc $10.76'
Siberian,"        A Beauty        $12.75
"NoudOPf,"        ltoad Kucer $14.75
(i,i,in no Iniier bicycle nt any price.
I ''.\M sliii) ol'itr vutkc or model you wont at one-third
^-»/s uciKil prii-,:. Choieo of nny stantlani tires tint] Itcst
pnequlpmont on all our btcyolos, tHremgest guarantee.
it, I We SNIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any on,,
■ tcithout a cent deposit ami allow IO DAI'S FREE!
TRIAL, b' lore purchase Is binding
I 500 Second Hand Wheels f>« ,  (fro
' tnkon Intruii'i t..v mir ClilcwrO roteU stoma, QQ lu ijO
till niaiii's n,,(l t,„,,1,'Is, itunj as new  ^r
\    nn UnY CIIV t bCsmlo mull yon bovn win, n fer our
-»**   UUnUI OUI F'ctour pmcts «',d ii.ee r ill oFftt.
tires, enuinntenl, sundtlns ami Btvfirllns troisls of oil kin,Is. nl lialf ruttiilnr ptltt.
Ibourblglreeiusdrvcal iioa. t ■   isinso worldof usetol lnrp.noi.tlon. ^'''   llttl'-.
J. L. MEA0 i-.-Xt. CO., Chicago, ill. Household Goods
AT
PRIVATE SALE
As I expect Ui remove to the Const about AUGUST 15th, I will Hell by
PRIVATE ;J3A1iE before that date, at my residence near the Central
School,
ALL MY HOUSEHOLD GlbODS, consisting of BEDSETS, DINING
ROOM EUftSTTURE, KITCHEN FURNITURE, SOEAS, EASY
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, TABLES, DESKS, HEATERS, RANGE,
COOKING UTENSILS, CARPETS, BUGS,CURTAINS AND PICTURES, BRIC-A-BRAC; ETC., ETC.
Also a Good Saddlo Pony. Saddles, a number of Chickens, Barn Tools'
Etc. Everything in Good Condition. Pit ICES REASONABLE. Call
and see for yourself.
J. BURTT   MORGAN,
* GRi ND FORKS, B. C.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of. Boundary mines for   1900, 1901, 1903,
mo;', 1901, unci for the past week:
  1004    Vast. Week
1000
1001.
1002.
100,1
317,780
Granbv Mines,Phoehix  64,538   231,7112   309,858   398,181
Snowshoe. Phoenix       297       1,721     20,800     74,212
Mother I.ode, Dcndwood     5,340    99,034    141,3211    138,079    104,514
Sunset. Dcndwood
Morrison. Dcndwood	
IV ('. Mine, Summit ,  19,494
Eininn. Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp v
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Br'ey Fogle, Summit Camp	
No. 37. Summit Camp	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
GtJlden Crown, Wellington     2,250
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central     2,000
.lewel. Long Lake I       lfiO
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
K. P. U. nnd Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    3,380
804
150
47,405
650
7,455
11,811
8,530
15,731
3,839
19,865
22 937
868
15,537
9,540
3,466
18,97s
1,706
14,240
222
351
B2U
Tin
1,040
550
665
350
1,861
785
625
"482
2,175
219
2,435
5,646
2,968
993
400
167
436
280
204
JW.K.C. MANLY
1}
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings	
Total,  tons  99,730   390.000   507,515   1184,4211   457,954
Granby Smelter treated  62,887   230.828   312,340   401.921   311,414
The first consignment of a  .-,        . i *-*»i
iu,'gei„,d up-to-date stoek „f Boots and Shoes
Just Received.
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET
-is-
S>
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
X
Developing
and
Printing
\
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
n
XB
The "Club"
OPPOSITE POSTOKFICB,
First Street.
Highest   Grade
Poors, CnERiuEs
ores, Etc.
Imported
Hl'ltUIN-
JOE   THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
N. D. McINTOSH
TlUrtT   STIilCrcT. ORAND   PORKS
A Complete Line  of   Furniture,  Hardware and Cutlery Always
Carried in Stoek ami Soltl  Bed-Hook   Prices,    largest   Variety   ol
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought nnd Sold.   Call nnd Inspect My floods.
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
A Great Variety
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
SEE MAC FOR BNRGAINS
LAWN
%LU SEEDS
The secret of Good Crops is to Secure Good
Seeds. All Our Seeds are Fresh and Warranted to be of the Highest Quality.
N. McLELXAN  &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
direful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Bngraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET QRAND FORKS, B. C.
TRY TO PREVENT LUNG TROUBLE
It's the dried sputum flpatiug
around in the air that gets into your
lungs and causes consumption. A sure
preventative is fragrant, healing 0a
tarrhozone, which is inhaled right
iuln the ljings, kills every germ, heals
("lie sure membranes and cures thoroughly every typo of catarrh, bronchitis, asthma and lung trouble, "I
caught a severe cold which developed
into catarrh and finally settled on my
lungs," writes Mr. A. Northrop of
Bedford. "'Catarrhozone relieved quickly nnd cured me, .1 recommend Catarrhozone highly." Two months'treatment 81.00, trial size 25c. II. E.
Woodland, druggist.
18,026
10,584
SS^Sc?
rORONTO
|DAILYNEW
AND TUB
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked.
American Boy       i'.V
Hen-IIur         2-j
KluekTail        3
Canadian Gold Fields      I.1. 3
(.'.iri)i,i,|(McK.)cx-div.        \\
Centre Ntur      25 22
Denoro Mines       ■!■! 20
"fairview        H
Fisher Maiden       8
(limit          -1
Granby Consolidated. $4,2B
Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion	
North Star (U, K.)...
Payne	
Quilp.'	
Haiiililer-l'iiriliitii......
San Toil	
Siilliviin	
Tom Thumb	
War Eagle Con	
Waterloo (assess, pd),
White Hear "      " .,
H
II
li
10
15
11
H
u
m
nidM GRAND FORKS SUN 81
I
.7^2.25 a Yeai|
a
...FOR    ONLY..
lo
20
AIEADTIPED r'FELING
And utter weariness mv due to the
blood being weakened through faulty
action nf the kidneys and liver. It's a
surplus of energy, lots of red vitalizing
blond you need, und it can be acquired
quickly by using Ferrozone, the greatest strengthening tonic made. "Nn
tonic equals Ferrozone," writes 11. K.
Jennings nf Westpprt. "I-nst spring 1
was tired anil depressed, had bochache
and lacked strength. Ferrozone soon
brought me to good health and made
me well."    Price 50c,   II. 13. W I
land, druudnt.
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
by .). \\ . Jones.
The question: What will we have
for dessert? Tho answer: (JulI up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone 64,
Baths 25 cents at the Yule Barber
Shop.
New is tho time to bring in your
bioycleand yet it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season. Gko,
Ciiapple, Bicycle Dealer ami llepairec
m
A radical change from old methods and prices lias been made by
the Toronto* Dally Newjs, The eyes
ot the newspvper World have
been upon Tbe News for the past few
month*!, during which time several
departures have been made which
have given that paper a widespread
reputation fur enterprise and originality. This latest move is tu place
The News at the price of $1.00 a
year by mail. Only a dcep-fuuiided
belief in the future success of Tbe
News could lead tho publishers to
make such a reduction in price.
But just as thc dollar magazine has
tnken buld of the ponp.c, so, wo venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and ever-increasing circulation, based not only on the popular price nt which it is sold, but
mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
ho paper.
We have arrangements concluded
whioh enables us to club the Toronto
News with our own paper nt i?*2.*2"i a
year in advance. Such n combination presents many unique features
—our semi-weekly giving yuti nil
the homo and district news, and
tho big 12-page daily keeping you in
lunch with events nil over the world.
Send us your subscription tp The
News, ui'if vuu H'uiild like lo sec
the paper first, write us and we will
secure n sample copy.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in his county ami adjoining territory for well nnd Favorahlj
known house of solid financial stand
ing. l?20.00 straight cash salary and
expense! paid each Monday by chock
direct from headquarters. I'.xpense
money advanced, 'Position pormK
neiii.' Address Manager, niu Coiuo
Blook, Chicago, 111.
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