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Sun.
fh-rd Year.--No.~?*-* G\V
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, October 14, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WE]
I
An Enthusiastic Meeting Was
Held Last Wednesday
Evening.
Those Present Appeared to
Favor the Erection of a
* Covered Building.
A meeting of the hockey and skating enthusiasts of the city was held
in W. H. Itter's store Wednesday
evening for the purpsse of considering the feasibility of erecting an open
or enclosed rink for the coming winter, and the subject was thoroughly
ventilated. The meeting was Well
attended, and everybody appeared
to be in earnest respecting the desirability  of  such an   institution.
Stanley Hull was elected secre
tary, and the following standing
committee was named to devise
ways and means: Geo. A. Fraser,
Aid. McNee, W. li. Bower, Fred
Clark, \V. IT. Itter and W. Lawson.
It wns decided to sell season tickets
at $5.00,
W. II. Creitz, the contractor, submitted plans and estimates for a 200-
foot square uncovered rink. Mr.
Creitz stated that before he would be
willing to commence the erection of
the structure he would require a de
posit of $+00 iu some hank. The
plan of building an open rink diil
not, however, appear to meet with
favor. A majority of tbose in attendance were manifestly of tbe
opinion that tbe most economical
course to pursue would bij thc form i-
tion a stock company and the erection a permanent rink—a building
that would also answer the requirements of an annual agricultural exhibition. Mr. Fraser addressed thc
meeting on this theme. He expressed the belief that if such a building is ended the prospects of securing a provincial gra.it in aid of a fair
next fall would he bright.
The secretary was instructed to
write to Nelson and Vernon, and obtain an estimate as to the cost of
erecting a suitable building. It is
believed that one can be constructed for about 811000. F. M.
Holland, manager of the Grand
Forks Townsite company, is expected to arrive in the eity in a day
or two, and an endeavor will be
made to secure a site from him.
Tbe meeting adjourned for one
week in order to give the committee
au opportunity to better mature their
plans, nnd to more fully ascertain
the wishes of thc citizens in this
matter.
Sohnitter deposited 8140.35 in the
bank for H. Griffin, a smelter employee, and in some manner both
Griffin and Sohnitter were given
credit for this amount. Last March
Griffin drew his money from the
bank, and the error was discovered.
The bank tried to recover the money
from Sohnitter, butSchnitter claimed
that he had also deposited that
amount of bis own money on the
same day. The jury was out three
hours, bringing in a verdict at 2 a.
tn. Judgment reserved. Whiteside
for plaintiff, Hanington for defendant.
In the case of Lind vs. Taylor, an
action to recover 810.85 lonned
money, judgment was given defendant. Sutton for Lind, Whiteside for
Taylor.
■' Several cases were adjourned till
next court.
rn
Medal Presented for Competition Among Public School
Pupils.
work has been hard and In 17 I m
'r. Wright is in excellent It X \\
e has no  regular chargei|"'   ■*■'•   ■** '
James Dacre Is the Promoter
of a Hunting Party That
Failed.
County Court.
His Honor Judge Leamy held a
sitting of the county court at thc court
house last Tuesday, which lasted until 3 o'clock Wednesday morning, it
being imperative to complete the
business, as the judge had to leave
for Nelson thc following dny.
The most important case wns that
of (he Eastern Townships vs. Sohnitter, an action brought to recover
8140.3£> credited to Schlatter's account by mistake in the year 1900.
The error was discovered in March
of the present year. Briefly, the
history   of  the case is:   In   1900
Died.
James  Dowling,  aged  ".'1 yean
died at the home of his son-in-law,
Mr. Bernard Lequime, in this city
last Tuesday night, of congestion of
the lungs,  after an illness of one
week.
Deceased was an old pioneer of
British Columbia, having partiei
pated in the rush to the Cariboo
placer fields in 1858, and was a man
of the highest honor and integrity.
During the past four years he bas
lived with Mr. Lequime in this city,
and is highly spoken of by everyone
who knew him. He leaves a family
of four children to mourn his death.
Besides his daughter, Mrs. Lequime,
in this city, two others reside in California, while a son is living in Japan.
The funeral wns held from the
Catholic church yesterday, and was
attended by many friends of the deceased, who gathered to show thc
high esteem in which he was held in
this community.
The Records
■ Following are the locutions, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office al
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from October
■5th to 11th inclusive:
RECORD OF LOCATION'S.
Sunset, Weleher mountain, Henry
Watlin.
CERTIFICATES OF WOI1K.
Hopewell, Summit ei.mp, Mclnnis and Roderick;survey.
Siineoe, I'ass Creek camp, Morrison nnd McRae,
Undine, Summit camp, Fraser
etal.
TRANSFERS.
Ax   (]),    Franklin   eamp,   Peter
Wolf to Chris Christenscn.
HARVEST Home .Social—Keep in
mind tbe harvest home social to be
given by tbe ladies of Holy Trinity
ehureh on Saturday, October 15, in
the brick block on Bridge street.
Slipper will be served from 5:30 to
8 p.m., for which a charge of 50
cents will be made. Needlework,
flowers) tea and coffee, home-made
candies and other delicacies, will be
on sale during thc afternoon and
evening. A good musical program
is promised.
Don't forget the social dance at
Eagles' hull next Tuesday night.
Good music will be in attendance.
The Grand Fork*.school board has
received from the Eastern Townships
hank a silver medal for competition
among the pupils of the local public
school. The trustees and the teachers have not yet decided along what
lines the competition will be conducted, but it is thought the greatest
benefit will be derived fioin awarding it to the pupil securing the highest nuniher of marks at the examination for entrance to the high school.
James Dacre, a well-k lown smelter employee, purchased a eayuse
a-t week, and started up the North
Fork on a hunting expedition. Th"
first day out he discovered he had
forgotten his provisions, and he returned for tbem. When half a day
out on his second attempt the hid
suddenly dawned on bim that he
had forgotten his gun, and once
again he had to return. On the third
Irial he got fifty miles up the river.
Jim says he saw lots of birds, but ns
he bad already lost nearly two days
in getting started, he didn't have
time to stay and shoot tbem.
Mrs. John Webster was reported
to he very low from fever last night,
but her condition is slightly improved today.
Alex Clunas, shiftbpfs at the
Granby smelter, who has been on a
two weeks' vacntion with his family
nt Nelson, has returned to the city,
but has not as yet resumed his
duties, hs he is considerably under
thc weather.
though the work has been hard and [
exacting. Dr.
health. He has no regular charge
at present, and expects to remain
with his family in this city for a
number of months.
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Judge and Mrs. Leamy left last
Wednesday, for Nelson, where the
judge went to preside nt a session of
the county court.
J. 0. Eden, general traffic agent cf
the Great Northern, was n guestat
the Yale this week.
Here in Grand Forks we don't have
to dodge automobiles, for obvious
reasons, but must be satisfied with
dodging bicycles, which proves almost as exciting. Now thnt the
rainy season is here, and the streets
are unusually muddy, the bicyclists
have more generally tnken to the
sidewalks.
The Ladies of the Maccabees will
meet at Mrs. A. Fraser's residence on
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All
ineni hers of the order are requested
to be present.
The funeral of the late Miss Tillie
Crockett on Wednesday was probably the largest attended ever held in
Grand Forks, and included many
smelter employees in vehicles and
on foot.
Don't forget to hear Dr. Chown,
of Toronto, lecture in the Methodist
chinch on Thursday evening, the
20th inst., on "Politics in Canada
As It Is, and ns It Ought to Be.
Dr. Chown ss a distinguished lecturer, well known throughout the
Dominion. No admission fee will
be charged, but a collection will be
taken up to defray expenses.
Tracklaying Machine ReaqH&ji,
the Big Plant Wednesday Morning.
Another Plan Announced for
Constructing the North
Fork Road.
The Great Northern tracklayers on
the Granby smelter spur reached the
big reduction works last Wednesday
morning, and that institution has
now rail connection with two great
transcontinental roads. The track-
laying machine was moved to the
Phoenix branch immediately after
finishing the spur, but the work of
laying the rails on this line will be
slow, as there is yet considerable rock
work to be done. Thc sidetracks iu
the smelter yard will be laid later on.
Postmaster George Hull returned
last Tuesday from a three weeks' vacation trip to the coast cities.
Den Sweezey had a lucky escape
on Monday from losing the sight of
one of his eyes. While furnncing at
thc smelter he was struck with a
piece of Hying steel, lb I missile hit'
ting him just over the left eye, nn
inch from the sight. While the
wound is painful, no serious results
to the eye are expected.
Frank Stack, a well known and
deservedly popular smcllerinan, is
laid up at his boarding house from
a very serious illness, and is under
Dr. Northrop's care.
Harry Hutton, a former resident
of Grand Forks, and now of the
Northwest Territory, is in the city,
but will return home again soon.
Joe McDonald, the expressman,
expects to leave for .Seattle next
week.
Rev, Dr. Wright, formerly pastor
of St. Paul's Presbyterian church
in Nelson, returned to his home in
this city yesterday from Vancouver,
where he has. heen since the beginning of May, relieving in succession
the pastors of the First Presbyterian
church   and of St. Andrew's.   Al-
Isaac Bower, of Guelph, Out., \>
visiting his son and daughter, \V.
C. Bower and Mrs. H.E. Woodland,
in this city this week. Mr. Bowel
is accompanied by his daughter.
Mr. Kenton, of Cranbrook, C. P.
K. timber agent, wns in the citv this
week investigating the cutting of ties
on the company's property on Fourth
of July creek.
Guy lielphrey, of Curlew, who is
very well known in Grand Forks, is
the Republican candidate for representative in Ferry county, Wash.
Mrs. T. Brennan, of Spokane, is
quite seriously ill at the home ol'hc r
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dufour, of
the Queen's hotel in this city.
In an interview with The Nelson
News man this week, Col. McNaught,
a prominent railway promoter and
builder of New York, announces
that he has under consideration the
construction of a railway from Grand
Forks up the norch fork of thc Kettle river to tbe promising mines in '
Franklin camp. This is about the
'stecnth time an announcement along
these lines has been made, and it is
more than possible thnt out of the
hunch of interests which have in the
past examined conditions up there
some one will actually construct this
much-needed, dividend-paying road,
and it is not beyond possibility that
work will be commenced during the
coining summer.
Stanley Oaksniith, a well known
sinelternian, leaves here today for
Seattle, where he will engage in mer-
cuitile pursuits.
Frank Hartinger is rushing work
ou the new addition to his Columbia brewery on Main street. The
stone foundation was luid over a
month ago, and the masons are now
laving the bricks, of which the building is to be composed. When finished the structure .will be a very
coiiiinodiolis one and a credit to
Grand F'orks' business blocks.
Instead of wondering what to do
to pass away the time, attend the social dance at Eagles'hall next Tuesday night. You will then wonder
why you didn't attend before.
GOETHE'S "FAUST."
First Worthy Production of This Immortal
Drama by the Harold Nelson Co.
The visits of the Harold Nelson
Dramatic company have come to be
eagerly anticipated here, our theatre
patrons having confidence that Mr.
Nelson and his enterprising innnn-
ger, Mr. C. P. Walker, will give
them something really meritorious.
Tomorrow night, ihe 15th inst., the
Nelson company will present the
great religious play, "Faust," nt the
Biden opera house. There have
been other performances of "Faust"
in western, but iuilil this Nelson
production, none have heen worthy
of the immortal drama. Mr. Walker,
to make this a notable presentation,
startling in ils realism, spent much
money for scenery, costumes nnd
electrical equipment, and promises,
nn extraordinary portrayal. Such
scenes as the inferno, with ils rnin
of fire, nnd the beautiful garden
scene, will eclipse anything in the
liue of stage realism ever attempted
in the west. Mr. Nelson will be seen
as Mi pbisto, and will be supported
by a specially stiong eompany of
players, including Miss Ilclenc Scott
as Marguerite and Mr. Clifford Lane
lirucc as Faust.
A grand ball, for tho hem fit of the
Grand Forks baseball club, will he
given in the Biden opera house on
Monday evening. October 20lh. The
committee having Ihe affair in charge
promises un agreeable surprise In the
way of music.
O ',
° 7
Useful
Wedding Gifts
are mo8t pleating to
tlif> rp*'l|>i"M-t, ospt>-
clttlly when tbey
piissoshthose lii-iills'"
nualitieii
in
Sterling Silver
this is a marked fen-
tiirewhfah is worthy
()f t liull-'llt.
Our stock is a revelation (if BUttftOBtiotlB
and, combined with
the man j' tlQW ideas
prevailing, yon can
ntaltp ymir choice
with great ease.
A.D.MORRISON
Jeweler and Optician-
CSHAND FORKS,  B.C.
Kootenay, November 20, seventeen
days nfter the general election, i fB.-
eiul notificatio i to tlmt effeut bus
been reeeivedt
ARE ALL WOMEN PRETTY?
Quite an unnecessary question because so many women have such poor
Complexions. We want to tell all
women with (Mile, sallow cheeks about
Ferrozone, which quickly imparts line
color and gives the skin a clear rich
appearance. It'spure blood that makes
fine complexions, so by producing lots
of vifcaliling blood, building up tho
debilitated system, incieasing the circulation, Ferrozone quickly brings the
glow of health to faded cheeks. It's
no trouble .at all to beautify your
looks—simply use Ferrozone. Try it.
Price DOc, at H. K. Woodland's, drug-
list,
QJIj£ Stoning 0m
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT GRAND FORKS, B.C., BY
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES:
One year....$2.00 I Threemonlhs. .50
Sixmonlhs.. 1.00 \ One month 20
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 and 6 Cls. per line.
Address all communications tit
Tiik Evening .Sun,
Phone 55. brand forks, b. a
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1,4 1904
The people of Hritish Columbia
will approve of the railway policy of
Ihe Laurier goyemrneht at Ihe forthcoming elections. This policy is securing the construction pf a second
transcontinental railway, which will
incidentally open for development a
large and very valuable part of the
province. The attitude of the Conservatives towurdsthis epoch-making
enterprise is hostile, and they are
not agreed upon any alternative.
Is it not in the interest of this province that this railway should he
constructed as soon as possible, and
is its construction likely to he promoted by the election of a Conservative in this district? This is a fair
statement of the* ease to which no
one can take exception, and it is a
mailer of exceedingly great importance to the people of this province.
No other question ean he suggested
thatat all compares with it, so far
as the future of the province is concerned.
The various railways of the Dominion of Canada have agreed among
themselves, in response to a circular
received from the ruilwuy commission, to draft a uniform set of rules
to govern tho operation of trains.
All roads will he compelled to introduce block safety systems wherever
business is heavy enough to make it
necessary. Automatic swilehing devices will be insisted upon, so that
semaphores will first denote dangi r
before a switch is opened. Hand and
light signals will be made uniform
on all roads, and a rule will be introduced that no train hand shall work
more than a specified number of
hours each day, whether he wants to
or not.
The Toronto News of last Saturday prints a half-tone cut of Duncan
Ross, the coming member for Yale-
Cariboo in the Ottawa house. Tho
picture is a good likeness, but thc
footnote, stating he is the "Conservative'' candidate, is the tinkiudest cut
of all.
As was announced as probable in
Tuesday's Sun, that thc Dominion
election in Yale-Cariboo would be
held on thc same date as that for
CITY NEWS
Quite the newest thing in town is
a portable.gasolinesawmill for cutting eordwood. The price of this
much needed commodity has been
considerably raised by local dealers
on account of the long distance
wood has to be hauled by wagon to
the city. To overcome this difii-
culty four-foot wood is now being
brought into the city by the carload
from down thc river by the Great
Northern railway. After the wood
is eaitcd to the home of the purchaser the sawmill makes a quick
job of cutting it into stove lengths,
the result being that wood is now
secured for ahout 60 per cent of the
cost prevailing the past summer.
From the amount worrying our
learned friend, the editor of the
News, is doing over the careless man
ner in which our ".enetary" is
looked after, thc general public is
led to infer the gentleman sees he is
almost a dead one in Grand Folks.
We arc more interested in providing
better living conditions here, and
hope the day is not far distant when
oui' water supply will be taken from
artesian wells, and then fever-fed
"hurrying grounds" will be of small
concern.
If you enjoy duieing on a first-
class floor, with the best of music
in attendance", go to the Eagles' hall
next Tuesday night.
It is expected the ore tonnage
from the Boundary mines for the
year 1904 will total about S.~)0,0U0
tons. At a conservative estimate of
80.00 per ton in value the grand aggregate of S4,250,0J0 is reached, a
very large percentage of which sum
has been expended in this district
for wages and supplies.
The Montreal & Boston Consolidated is getting into shape rapidly.
The work being pushed on their
several properties is showing very
satisfactory results, Ore is now
coining into the smelter rapidly,
and it is only a matter nf a few
weeks until another furnace will be
in commission.
The members of the Harold Nelson company arc registered at the
Yale.
The Harold Nelsun company gave
nn excellent performance of the
charming comedy-drama, "Heart
and Sword," tonight to the largest
audience that has ever assembled in
the Biden opera bouse. Tomorrow
night "Faust" will he pn S'-nted.
WHY BURN YOUR FLESH
With acid corn salves when 25e
buys a buttle of I'utnina's Painless
Corn Extractor, It's purely v.igetable,
never causes sores, and acts entirely
without pain. Use only Putnam's—
the best.    H. E. Woodland, druggist.
Fashionable Fall and Winter Hats
and nil kinds of Millinery at Mrs.
Gray's, Sears block, Winnipeg avenue.
Dressmaking parlors in connection.
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle and get it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season, (inn.
Chappi.k, Bicycle Healer and Repairer.
TO THK ELECTORS OF
As tho Liberal candidate in this
electoral district, I respectfully solicit
your votes and influence.
No attempt will he made to discuss
the general issues of the campaign in
this address. Since receiving the Liberal nomination in January last, 1
have visited many parts of the riding
and made myself thoroughly acquainted with its requirements. This work
[.will be continued until election day,
but owing to the large extent of ter
ritory to be covered, it is a physical
impossibility to visit all sections or
personally interview all the electors.
J therefore avail myself of tins opportunity to ask for your suffrage.
Permit me to direct your attention
to some matters of loeal importance.
Yale-Cariboo fully warrants the expenditure of public money in its development. The government has already
done much in this direction. It has
granted aid to several lines of rail
way; government owned telegraph and
telephone lines have been constructed;
tho necessary money has been voted
to secure telephonic communication
through the rich Nicola and Similkameen districts, and telegraphic com*
•munication between Vernon and Kelowna. Iu order that the practically
inexhaustible mineral, timber and
agricultural resources of the district
may be fully developed, tins policy of
governmental aid must be continued,
it is important that Yale-Cariboc
shall return as its member one who
can direct the attention ofthe government to matters of vital importance to
the district, and who will support the
government in its aggressive policy of
development, it is particularly important that the electors of this riding
should show their appreciation of the
government's brood, statesmanlike
plan of constructing another transcontinental railway which will bo the
chief factor in opening up the northern
portions of the riding. Brunch lines to
connect with the southern transcontinental line will surely follow and the
whole interior of the province will be
opened up.
Briefly, my policy, so far as Ya'i-
Cariboo is concerned, is a policy of development of all its important sections.
With a leader whose record tills*- with
pride all people of this country, irrespective of party affiliations; supporting a government whose eight years ot
wise, progressive administration has
placed, Canada in a proud position
among the nations of the world, and
at the same time has more closely connected the t c- which bind us to the
mother country, and fully endorsing a
policy which means so much to the
western portion of the .Dominion, and
more particularly t« the district of
Yale Cariboo, L await with confidence
your verpict.
Yours very sincerity,
DUNCAN  iiOSS.
Greenwood, October fi,' 11)0 i.
BIDEN WEAR HOUSE
l-EW JOHNSON, MOtt.
TWO  NIGHTS
COMMENCING
FRIDAY,OCT. 14
Mr.  C.   P.   Walker   presents   the
eminent Canadian Actor,
HAROLD NELSON
And His Company.
FH11 >AY    The liimmnticCninr.lv-
Ih-ama,
The most complete and  beautiful
seenie and costume equipment
evei' seen here.
SATURDAY—Goethe's Immortal
Drama,
"FAUST"
The most elaborate and spectacular
production of this gfeat play
ever seen in the West.
A Triumph of Scenic Art.
Startling E'eotrical Effects
PRICES, -$1.00 AND 75c
Reserved    Seats   at   Woodland's
Di-Jg Store.
Claims and-Accomplishments—
We do more than just promise you
good printing*—wc do the printing
that's tip to our promises. Any office
cub ean promise—we execute. No
disappointment—if we promise work
on a date, it's done at thnt time.
Just arrived, up-to-date Hcndv-to-
Wcurs.    MissM. E. Webb, Milliner.
"The hest is the cheapest," is an
old truism, and it is more so with
fruit than anything else.' The hest
will always he found at Donaldson's.
LADIES WANTED.
A Bkight Eneboetic Woman
woman's work. Permanent position.
Olil established business house of solid
financial standing. Salary $12 to $18
weekly, with expenses, paid each Monday direct from headqurters. Excuses
advanced. We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, (120 Monon Mock,
Chicago, III.
COLUMBIA
**»        inun DETCDCI
HOTEL
JONN PETERSON, PROP.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to]
tbe City Barber Shop ou Riverside!
avenue.    Baths 20c. j
Nicely furnished rooms, -with orj
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel.'
The Palm
WM. F.
NEWTON,
Proprietor
A FUES1I STOCK OP
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A handsomely fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
t^OR   SALE
GOOD DRY
WOOD
Delivered to any Q Jl   P(| t\   O.   D.
part of the city    0Tiwll per  Cord.
Send in your orders
in advance, as wo are
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0.
Finest brands ok . . .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NEAR O. P. li.  STATION,
Grand   Forks. B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Rosea. A permanent -
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly, Handsonieout-
fitfree. Write for particulars and'send 25 cents for fan-
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examine trees
and plants for insects.
STONE A- WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nurseries,
(Over M00 Acres)
TORONTO,     -    -    -    ONTARIO
Millinery  Goods
The largest and most carefully
selected stock of Fall and Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought to Grand Forks has been opened up for the inspection of the
ladies of the eity. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg. Correct styles. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods before making
your fall purchases.   FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING in connection.
cTWSS M. E. WEBB
Case Block, Cor. Bridge and Second Streets.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL,   KINDS OP
FRESH A CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
I
THE
COZIEST
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
THE BEST OF EVERY-
i     THING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
PlIOI'lilETOR.
THE
coolest
. PLACE
TN
TOWN.
ELEG-
THTC
FANS
IS   KVKIIY •
COUNEH MONEY BACK IF DESIRED
GROCERIES
By buying in moderate quantities
nnd making quick .Wes our stock
is always kept iresh.    Our Prices, too, are ALL RIGHT.
FRUIT JARS J^inCr'
carry a large stock of jars.
All si
our  winters sup'
now arrived.    We
BOOTS AND SHOES
in these lines is complete.
before buying elsewhere.
AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS. Ourstoek
It willl pay you to inspect our goods
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C, P. R, Station,
I /\L4C company!
Tom Peterson, Prop.
Heavy and Light Draying of
all Kinds Done Promptly.
Driving and Waddle Horses for
Sale or Hire.
tlUANRV STREET,
Puoxb 85. GRAND FORKS
Leave orders at the Palm Fruit Store.
DENTIST
Graduate of  Philadelphia Dental
College.
Phone 27
Olliee over Hunter-
Kendrick Co.'s Store.
R. G. MGGUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside   Avenue,
Opposite J. W. Janet1 Furniture Store.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAWS
CIGAR STORE.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Garry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFIGK
HortgageSale
OF VALUABLE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
UNDER AND HY VIRTUE OF TRKPOWBH
of Sale ootitttlned In ft certain Mortgoirp.
whii'li will lit* iiro-lm-fil nt time i»f Suln, then
will Ijf-olf'rn'-l f-.f-.nli'hy I'.ililic Aiu-ti-.n, In
Peter T. Mi-Ciilliim,  Am-tiii r, in    I I    of
tiie I'otttulHce, at   ihe City of (Jrand ForUr,
U. C, on
SATUROAY.THE 29TH DAY DF OCT., 1904.
at 11 o'clock A.M., the followini;   property in
the City of  Grand Korku:
Lot Thirteen, in Block Three, v»p Fifty-
two, Ordnd Forks Toy-mite, on whioh l»
erected a well built wtory and a half Frame
Dwelling*, with city wtiter an-1 llffht* This
property is well located.
f-'ni- fm tlior ■tiirtii-iilnrn nml conditions of
sale apply to
HAKKfS A HULL.
Rank of B.N.A. Bldtf., V.uneoitver. M.O.,
Yendorv' Solicitors.
Or to DONALD McOALLUM-
It Kxtntc A iron t Rrftnd Forka, B.C,
Dated September88th', UW4.
CALL NOW
And get measured for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
Via have ull the latest styles und
can guarantee you satisfaction,
tind our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere,
W. II. DINSMORE,
MKlK'HAiSTTAll.Ott,
QRAND I'OliKS. B. C.
NOTICE
NOTICK IS HBRBBY   GIVEN  THAT THK
eo-imrtiierslilu lieretorore   e *.i*-t in-,- between the itiider^iirned ft* botelheepem in tin
Dacitio Hotel, Orand Kuril**, li ('., under the
firm name of SlO|fgj & Dntiald. lias hecn tiiU
day diriHtilved hy mutual consent. All debt*
due tlte .said firm aro to he paid to 0* V.
Sloppy, und all pnrtnershi|> debts accoi-^tted
for to the firm are to be paid hv hint.
('. V. St-OOOY-
THOS. DONALD.
Witness:   I*. K. Mni'HlHON.
I'ate,l this Uth day of September, MM.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Oraflu&te Pennsylvania College of
Dental Sunjeryi Philadelphia.
Olliee in Megaw Block.
Phone 138.       Grand Forka, U. 0.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
PINK LAUNDERING.
COIXAB8,   (JUKI'S    AND
SHI HTS WASHED CLEAN  AND
NICE   AND  IRONED  HY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NtXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
MINKKAI. ACT.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTII'K.
PBEB MIlMMi Claim, ■ttliale In III" tiriiutl
Kork» Mi.iii.tr Djvlilon uf (ale Uintrlct.
tVliere located:   In -Eiii.it Ratlll.
TAKKKOTIun Unit I Kenneth I.   Burnet,
<   ..r Itonl I. ll. c.amiii for i;,,i,.i't  B,
Crawfurtl, r*ree Miner'st'erti Unite No,fl7ft?Mt
l-'ro.l  Unite.  Fret   Milter'* Certificate   N..
II7HB2, nnd Joint Slum,  -,■,„■ Mi  - , ri III.-
eutu Nu ItNlcn,intfiiil, sixty 'lay. from tile
dale hereof, to apply to tht* Milling Ke< unlet
for a t'eitllieiitt. or Improvement.., for the
imrpo.e of iilitiilnititr u I'rov. n f .runt ol till-
ttlmve eliilm.
And Outlier take notice that action, under
Section :i7, ittiiei be commcii I before the
I.NIIutii .■ ut siieli (Vet ill elite cf liiipi'nyemeiit..
Ui.t.-.l ll.l. I.. «ir<li -lay of July. A.11 null.
KliNNl.TII I. ItlltNI'.T. P.I..S.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To the   Hoard  of Lieeillltig ('oiniiiiNrtloiierii
In and for the CltJ id Urand Fork*.
NOfrlTK U hereby irlven that the let-
llgtied will, ut the next meeting of the
Momd of LloeiiilatfOonnnlnioiieri fi><*> the
City --I (irand I -'urlin, apply fur n i.atiftfci
ofthe Hotel License planted in respect of
the "Whintpeir," \Vitini|iep avenue. Urand
Forlt«, from  inetu ICmil l.niseti.
I Jit',I ill '.■■■mil lorlls, It.' ., t hi-, it li da v of
Anpiisi, 1" I
NORMAN JACKSON.
W. II. I*. CLKMKNT
JUHN Ii. BPBMOI
mm t spw
HarrlBterH, Sollaitora-
Nolnrlf-H, Ktc
lit 1i>ii iiloch. Corner Winnipeg Avenue ami
Flct Street.
GRAND PORKS, H- C.
CRAND FORKH KKDKKAL LA-
bor   Uni.m  No.  231, A.L.U.—
Meets   every   Wednesday   evening
at tl o'olock in   Kwluml   Union   hull.
]>an Kki.ly, Pros.
Ja«. A. IIakiuu, Bee,
'CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX PBBSBYtSbIAN CHURCH, Grand
Forks-J. It. RohertNdii, B.A., patitor.
Services overy Sunday at 11 a.m. ard 7s8t)p.
m.•Suiidiiynchooi ami Hihlc class, a p.m.:
Westminster Guild of C.   r...   luenday, 8
pfttST MBTHOliiBTCHURCH Comer Main
and Pltrl-HtH. li. Manuel, poitur. Service!
everv Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.81) p.m.!
etas* meeting at oIowj of muruing iervlee;
Sunday school and Bible elaiuat ;t p, in.;
prayer meeting every TlinrMiiiv oveiiiug
atS o'clock. The public U cord tally invited.
HOLY TRINITY OHUROH (Church of Bug-
laud). Grand Fork-*, Hemy Steele, vleur-
HolyCommiiiiluii.Sa. m.; mnrnlng prayer
and sermon, U a. m.; Sunday school. 8 n. m.i
evensong at)dsermon, 7i8u p. m. All are
cordially Invited.
WANTED-MBN AND ffOMKN In this cotintj
and adjolniiip territories to represent and
advertise an o'u estahlished hnu.e of solid
Htiaiu-lal Htniidiug. Salary lo men $21 weekly, to women $12 to$18 weekly, with expenses
advanced each Monday by check direct irom
headquarters. Horse aud buggy furnished
when necessary; position permanent. Address, Blow Bros- & Co., Oopt. A. Monon
Bldg., Chicago, 111.
Synopsis uf Regulations for Disposal of MleeralA
on Dominion Lands In inanltoha, the North-
West Terrlt tries and the Yukon Territory.
CoAL—!Coal lauds may he purchased for $10
per -ir re for soft coal and $2u for anthracite.
Nut more than BUU acres can he acquired by
one Individual or oompany.  Royalty at the
ratfl of 10 cents per t u of 2U0U pounds shall
he collected on grois output.
tcUiHT-s-l-'ersoiis of eighteen years and
over and joint stock companies holding free
uiiiiiii's' certificates may obtain entry fur a
mining location.
A free knitter's certificate is granted for
one or mole years, Hot exceeding five, upon
payment iu udviiuce of (7.11(1 per annum for
au individual, und from <<« to$luUpernu-
nuni for a company according to capital.
A free miner, huvlug discovered coal iu
place, may locate a claim ISuuxUuO feet by
uiarkitip out the same wilh two legal posts,
hearitip Im ati iu notice*,, one at eaoh end on
the lode or vein.
The claim shall he recorded within flftei a
days if locat.-il within ten miles of a milling
recorder's office, one additional day alio,veil
lor each additional ten mile*- or fraction.
The fee for reoordiug a claim is $ft.UU,
At least SlQUmUst he expended oo the I'luiiii
caeli year or paid to thu inluliig recorder in
lieu thereof, hen >■,..<. nas heen expeud--d
or paid, the locator may, upon huvmg a survey made, and Upon complying with tne
other requirements, puiciiasc tue laud at
si.u.j mi acre.
Permission may he greutt-d By tho Minister
of the Iu er.or to ,o ateclttinriieOiitaLilag
iron ami n.ica, also uopper, In tue i u^ou
Ferritory, of an area not exceeilinu; Hi.acres
The' patent for a mining location shall provide fur the payment of royalty on tnu sales
not exceeding live percent-
Placer MiuMij*;, Manitoba ami the North-
IVert Territories, excepting tue Yukon Tel-
ritory.—l-'|Mcrr miuitie; chuin*. generally an*
Luy feet iquaret entry fee S5.tU, renewable
vearly. tJu the North Saskatchewan Ilvei
claims for eituer bar or hcuch,tho foruiei
being IUj feet Idiig! and extending between
nigh an 1 low wutnr mark l'tie latteriu*
.liules liar digpings, hut extends hack t" tne
banc of the mil or bank, but not exceeding
10UU feet. »»itcne sleam power U used, claims
nxlfeet wid«may bo'bbtSluod,
Dredging in tae i iv.'i- nt Ajtanltoba and the
.W.rth-Wi-NtTerritories,excepting tne Yukon
Terilttiry.—A freu minei may obtain onlv
two leases of bve milts each lor a term ul
twenty yoni-H, renewable in the ,li*.oe**tion of
cue Minister al the Interior.
The lessee's right is eonitued to tho sub-
merged bed'or burs of the river below Iom
-tuter mark, and subject to tne rights of ah
all person, who have, or who may receive On*
tries for bar diggings or  pencil elaimr, ex*
gdpton the Saskat iiewan river,Where the
lessee may du-d-f to high water mark on
.■iu-u alternate leasehold.
Iho lessee shall nave u dredge |n operation
■villiin one season from the date of the leuat
for each live miles, but where a person Ul
uuii.aiiy has obtained iiior*-ibiiu one has,',
one dredge for i a<*.i tiftsen miles or fraction
is sutlicient. Ken a I, *jl i per a nil ll m for each
.mi-* ot liver leased. uoyaUy at tlte rate ol
'-•■i per cent ouliected ou thc output niter ii
readies 4-1U.UW,
Dredging In tho Yukon Territory.-Six
least;-* of five miles each may be granted to a
free mi ..er for a term of twenty ,»ear-, ai-o
renewable.
i lie lessee's right is con lined to the sub*
merged beds or bars in the river below low
tvatttr water mai K. I hat bo inula ry to he fixed
ny Its position on the Ut day of Atlgtlst in the
year of the date of Ine lease.
Ihe lessee snail have One"dredge iu operation within two years from tbe date of tin
lease, ami one dredge for each In»■ miles
wlthitl six pear- from Mich date, Keiltai,
.•Mi per mile for Ht-st year, and Mil per mil.
for each subsequent year.   Royalty, same  as
Placer mliuiig In the ftikon Territory.—
Creek, gulch, river and hill claims shall not
exceed -,'iil feet hi length, measured on the
base line or general direction of the or creek
or gulch, the width being 1000 to 2 III. Al
other placer claim-- shall be 2u<i feet square,
claims aro marked by twu legal posts* one
at each eud, bearing noliees Oil try uititt be
obtained within ten days, if the olaim Is
within ten miles of mining recorder's office,
Una additional day allowed for each addi-
tiiiinil ten miles or fraction.
Ihe person or company Staging a claim
mast hold a Tree minor's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to
a claim uf I I.-- t lu length, aud If the party
consists of two lfmu feet altogether, ofl tha
output of whiflh uu royalty will he charged:
Ihe rest of Ihe party ordinary claims only.
Kntry fee $10,   Ru>nlty at the rate of t)4 III r
cent On the value uf the gohlshipppd from
the Yah"ii Territory,tob0 paid to Hie Comptroller.
No tree miner shall receive u grant of more
than  one mining claim  uu  each separate
river, creek or gulch, but the nallte miner
may hold an! number of claims by purchase,
ami free minor! may work their •'lalms io
partnership by filing uOt)6e and paying fee
of $3.   A   claim  uui.v   In- abandoned alio all*
nl her  ohiu Ion  the same creek, gulch or
river, by giving notice and paving a lee.
Work milSt bo dune ou ae aim each year to
tho value of at least s:tn.
A certificate that wont i.»- beeu doiio must
be obtaiueil each year. If uot, the claim
shall he deemed to be abandoned, aud open
to oeeupatioa ami entry hy a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be dnflned
alilolulely by having a survey made and pub*
1 shiug notices in the  I nkoli Official '.czette
PKiitiibi'.tm All unappropriated Domlu
Ion lands in Manitoba, the North*West Terri ■
lories and within the Yukon Territory nre
open to prospecting for petroleum, and the
Minister may reserve for an individual or
company having machinery Oil the land to I.e
hruspecied, an area of UK)acres- Should the
prospector tllnofaver nil lu paying quant it leB,
and satlsfactorll) ettablltfa such discovery,
an area not excelling tUOacres, including the
oil well ami such other Ittlld as may be detect
milled, will he sold in the discoverer at the
rata   of   $1.00on acre, subjoel  to royalty al
•suoh rase as may he speclUad by order;In*
council.
.1AMlis A. SMART,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior,
Department of tho Interior, Ottawa,
Wlmt will
have
Thequesttoi
for dessert? The answer: Cull up
Donaldson antl gci some Hazelwood
ice crcuui.    Phonu 04.
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TheCity Wood Yard
Is now ready to supply Tamarack and
Fir Wood in any
length.
Yours for orders,
FRANCIS & STONE.
Office: Rutherford's Stable,
Second Street        Phone 129
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NION HOTEL AND-MUS1C HALL
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
J. W.Jones'
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sol'us just arrived. Call and inspect them.
Also a stock of Blankets, (Juilts, Pillows, etc., to bo sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christinas.
Riverside Avenue
Grand Forks
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RIDERAGENTSWANTED
In eaeh town to take orders for our new High Urartu
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"BcliiSC," Complete $8.75
" COSSack," (Juitrniii., .I IIItl, tirade $10.75
"Siberian,"       ABeauty        $12.75
"Neuder-f,"      Hoad Raoer      $14.75
no better bieyelo at aDy price.
Any other make or model yon want at one-third
usual pries, Cltolco of any 6tuntlitnl tires nml bust
equipmentOQ all our bicyeles.   strongest tiuurnntec.
Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL 0. O.'l). to any otto
vitluitit a cent deposit aud allow 10 DAYS FREE
TRIAL before pttrehasc u binding
500 Second Hand Wheels (£4 .  «t*Q
tnlti-n hi Irntlu hy nnr Clilt'nuo rrlitll stores, UT# l« UU
all makes andnodola. good u new T
MllflT DUY » hlrerlo until Top haTO wrllrn fnr tm •
nil I   DUI  FACTORY PRICES AND FREE TH»L OFFtl..
..._ „..r undrie* null BnortTnf/ fitMKls of all klttiK at linlf rvculnr nrliv.
In our biu Iree sundf* catalog, t'l.ntalnsa worlilof nserul lufnniiallini. Utile tori:.
J. L MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, ill. £
ILYf
W.K.C.MANLYf
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings=
The first consignment of a  r\       j j r»i
largeand up-to-date stock of bOOtS SLtXQ bnOCS
Just Received,
C PHONE 6 BRIDGE STREET \
.—i  -*J
Pacific Hotel
KIltST-CLAKS INK VKltV
RE8PE0T.
SA.Ml'I.KItOOMS FOIt
COM.MIIliOiAL
TRAVELLERS
C. V, SI*OGQY, Maniiutir
Bar in Conneetion:
Finest Brands Wines, opposite c.p,h. station,
Liquors and Cigars, GRAND FOHKS, B. C
\.      /
\ PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
KODAKS
Developing
and
Printing
■^r
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13                     FIRST STRE
:t               ^v.
Granby Hotel
Most Conveniently Located Hotel
in the City. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop..
Bar Supplied with the
Finest Brands of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET,
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Harness Shop
We have opened up in the
HAKNNESS AND SADDLERY husiness on
BRIDGE   STREET SSft^S
MuttHnu Works
Repairing of AlldKiuds a Specialty. Oui- Stock is the most
complete in the Boundary dirtrict, and is being constantly
added to by the a.trival of new goods from the east.
A. A. Frechette   (35,   Co.
Grand Forks, B. C.
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   BTRBKT, QRAND   FORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware nml Cutlery Always
Carried In Stool* and Sold Bed-Rook Prices. LnrgGHt Variety of
Goods in the City.
New and Second-Hand Goods
Bought and Sold. > Call and Inspoot My Goods. A Croat Variety
of New Artielcs Constantly Kept in Stoek.
Stoves a Specialty
See Mac for Bargains
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &  CO*
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C.
BOUNDARY
The following table gives the ore
1003, 11)0-1, mul for thepost week:
(Iranby .Mines, I'hoenix  (i
Snowslioe, I'hoenix	
Brooklyn, I'hoenix	
Mother l.oile. Deiulw ml.	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Morrison. Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit   1
Emma, Summit	
Senator, otimmit Camjj	
Oro Denoro, Summit Cajiip	
Brey Fugle, Summit Camp	
No. 37, Summit Canip	
Mountain Hose  '
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington	
Athelstan, Wellington '.	
No. 7.Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
Jewel, Lung Luke	
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous	
ORE   SHIPMENTS
shipments of Boundary-mines for  1900, 1901, 1903,
looo
loot.
1002.
100-1        1004   Past Week
I4,5S5
231,7112
809,858
393,181
421,220,
10,350
297
1,721
20,,SIX)
'  74,212
150
2,28.1
1,570
5,0*46
99,034
141,321!
138,07!)
111,524
4,500
804
7,455
15,731
273
ISO
3,339
!fl,4!M
47,-IOo
14,811
19,365
650
8,530
22,937
363
2S,K32
1,756
1,248
15,537
14,762
222
''  354
760
132
!)!)
1,070
1,040
785
2,435
2,L'o0
625
1,200
550
665
482
5,646
3,02(i
58
2,000
100
350
2,175
21!)
993
400
167.
661
305
236
3,:'so
5,S6I
325
Total, tons	
Granby Smelter treated ...
>wm
DRUGGING WON'T CURE CATARRH
All the medioine in the world taken
into thn stomach won't cure catarrh,
and it's useless to squander money on
tablets, hitters und liquid remedies.
Catarrh is a disease of the nasal passages, throat and bronchial tubes.
Stomach nfedicines can't reacq these
parts. It's only fragrant, healing Catarrhozone, winch is breathed all
through the air passes, that is sure
to reach the sent of catarrh. No fai 1-
1 ever known if Catarrhozone was
td. It heals and doesn't irritafe;
it soothes, kills the germs and therefore cuics. Use only Catarrhozone,
the onlv certain cure. Two months'
treatment §1.00; trial size 25c. H. K.
Woodland, druggist.
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Mining Stock Quotations
American Boy...
Hen-Hur	
Black Tail	
Canadian Gold Fields
Ctiribou|(iMcK.)ex-div.
Centre Star	
Denoro Mines	
Fairview *
Fisher -Muitlon	
Giant	
Granby Consolidated, $4,
Morning Glory	
.Mountain Lion	
North Star(E, K.),„
Payne	
Quilp	
Itilllll ilcl'-Ciirihiiti	
Sun Poil	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb	
War Eagle Con	
Waterloo (assess, pd).
White Bear "
Asked.
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FOR A STIFF NECK I
Or any soreness in the muscles of
the buck or sides you can't get anything half stt good as Nerviline, the
most powerful liniment made. "My
buck was bo stiff I couldn't turn it a,
quarter of an inoh, writes I'Ved T.
Baldwin of Portsmouth; "I had it
rubbed with Nerviline it few times antl
all the soreness tint] stillness disappeared. 1 don't know another liniment
you eatr depend on like Nerviline; it's
splendid for colds, lameness, antl con'.t
he beaten for cram] s and Internal
pain." Try Nerviline yourself. Price
25c.    H, K. Woodland, druggist.
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
by J. W. Junes.
The very best smokers in town at
Dohldson's. Large range front which
to choose.    Get our prices by the box
See Donaldson's fruit before you
buy. He handles tho best fruit
money will buy.
Webbs' chocolates galore at Donaldson's, iu bulk and in  fancy boxes.
WANTED;
SpkOIA*. Kui'itKsEXTA'rivii in tins
county antl adjoining territories h,
represent antl advertise an oltl established business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $21 weekly with
expenses, paid each .Monday by check
direct from headquarters'. Expenses
advanced; position permanent. We
furnish everything. Address, THE
COLUMBIA, 630 Monon Building,
Chicago, 111.
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