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Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, August 26, 1904
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H. H. Bishop,  of Chicago,
Enthusiastic Over the
Boundary.
Predicts a Tonnage of 2,000,-
000 Tons From Our Mines
Next Season.
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Mr. II. H. Bishop, who a short
time ago acquired a large interest in
the Hesperus Gold Mines Co., Ltd.,
and who lias lately made a thorough
inspection of the big mines of the
Boundary, a eouploof days ago said
he had heard a great deal about thc
vast mineral resources of this district, and was happy to state that
his anticipations had been, more
than realized. Too much emphasis,
he said, has been laid upon the
Boundary gold-copper ores being
low grade. The- contained metal
values are less than those of many
other mining districts, but the cost
of mining and smelting are also very
much less. Thc expression, therefore, should be a relative term. In
fact all the big dividend payingmines
of the world, with a very few exceptions, whether gold, silver, copper,
iron or coal, make a profit of but Stt
or 32 per ton, and many of them less
profit, but the big inexhaustible tonnage counts. No one thinks of calling the Butte, Mont, copper camp
a low grade one, yet its 810, 412 and
814 ores, owing to their refractoriness and to expensive deep mining,
are not so valublc as $6 to |8 ores in
thc Boundary. There arc about four
of the large mines in Butte that
make on thciforea larger profit per
ton than is made by the Boundary
copper mines, and two or these four
at most make only a few cents more
profit. Mr. Bishop was astunded at
the magnitude of the (Iranby mines
at Phoenix. He was escorted
through thc vast workings of thc
mines by General Superintendent
Hodges. It was a revelation to him
to see the ore blocked out in
acre tracts. He could readily credit
the cor'ectnesB of tl.e statement that
thc tonnage in sight exceeds 20,000,-
000 tons. The economical methods
of mining, especially by means of
steam shovels, also greatly impressed
hint, but he was not surprised to
learn that the cost of mining and
smelting do not exceed $2.fi0 per ton.
The Granby has virtually a mountain of ore and thc tunnels run to
tap the lower levels will likely tend
to reduce the charges very considerably. He could well understand the
eagerness with which the Great
Northern undertook the work of
building into Phoenix, for the pies-
ent output of 2000 tons daily now
being hauled by the C.P.R! will certainly be doubled in the near future, and he saw no reason why a
daily tonnage of 10,000 should not be
maintained. As a matter of fact there
is no doubt that mining in thc Boundary is only in its infancy, although
the annual output has grown in four
years to nearly one million tons per
annum. As a result of the recent
merger effected by the Montreal &
Boston Copper Co., and embracing
the Brooklyn and Stemwinder group
in Phoenix, the Sunset and Morrison
groug in I)cad,wood camp, and the
Athelstan group in Wellington camp,
next year's output should place the
Boundary tonnage at nearly 2,000,-
000 tons. Mr. Bishop also visited
the high grade mines near Greenwood, and was greatly impressed
with their earning power, as
evidenced by thc success achieved
during the past two yeara by the
Providence and Elkhorn mines.
Chicago parlies Here fortunate
enough to secure some of these paying Investments, and no doubt thei
success will stimulate the influx of
capital. He also inspected the II.
('. Copper company's smelter in
Greenwood and the Granby plant in
this city. Thc metallurgical problem, he said, had certainly been
solved if he had been correctly informed that the cost of treating the
self-fluxing ores containing gold,
copper and silver did not exceed
$1.11") per ton. Iu conclusion, he said
the Granby smelter was up-to-date
in every respect. Mr. Hodges had
accomplished wonders in tbis country, and he understood that ore is
being treated cheaper here than in
other district in the world. Mr.
Bishop is a member ofthe firm of
the Clancy-Bishop Lumber company of Chicago.
FIRST DAY'S RACKS
Ideal Weather and a Large
Attendance—Fast Time
Made.
I Nelson Visitors
Among the notable people from
Nelson who visited the. races and
oarnival last Thursday   were:
K. E. I.anyon, J Fred 11 tunc,
John Matheson, Dave Booth, .lames
Neelands, M. M. Cummins, Clarence
Washington, 3. McMillan, J, Robertson, Alex Sanderson, Joe Holmes,
W. Davidson, C. H. Kinrain, W. J.
Hill, J. Scrson, T. P.ortor, Harry
Wright, B. Heathcote, J. A. Kirk-
patrick, P. Wilson, J. C. Hodge, A.
Clements, Fred Starkey, .1. Drew,
W. H. Jcncs, W. B. Pools, J. Clark,
W. S. Keiley, C. Hawthorn, K. ti.
McLeod, A. Wright, Mrs. J. Brown,
John McAlnion. .'oe Lai by, I'e ny
Marshall, D. M. .McDonald, Tom
Seanlin, H. Goodeve, Fred Allaire,
Joe Dtimont, J. Hamilton, D. Gray,
D. McArthur, G. Gunn, G. Bayley,
A. .1. Robinson, J. A. Montgomery,
W. A. Thurinaii, Mrs. Tbunnan, E.
C. Travcs, Mrs. Sweeter, 3. R. Robertson, W. B. Muiiroe, W. Thompson, W. Walntslcy, 11. McEwen, A.
D. Emory, J. Wilkinson, J. I'axton,
Miss McDonald, A. Tregillus, Geo.
Eckcrt, J. Davidson, M. Stewart, N.
McDonald, VV. J. Twiss, J. M. Lay,
Fred L. Irwin, John llronn, A. A.
Pcrrier, W. R. Mc.Candlish, Ross
Fleming, ('has. Longhurst, Thos.
Dunn, Thos. Johnston, Leon Mo-
Candlish, J. Ludwig, Ruben McCandlish, \\\ K' McCandlish. 11.
Poguc John Houston, Mrs Houston,
W. E. McCandlish, Mrs. McCandlish, Mrs. D. Ashcroft, Miss McRae,
Wm. Roberts, Mrs Roberts, W. Savage, Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Gore, Miss
Gore, MissTicrncy, Mrs. C. Wams-
ley, Mrs. McTavisb, G. Bartlett,
Mrs. Bartlett, .1. E. Amiable, J. A.
Irving, Clifford Irving, J. A. Hunter, W. P. Ticrnoy, Mrs. Tierney,
F. 11. Gibbs, J. O. Patcnaude, Fred
Irvine, J. A. Cryderman, II. Scions,
W. A. McDonald, J. Carter, M.
Parry, Capt. Gore, J, A. Gibson, H.
McLeod, II. McDonald, C. A. Waterman.
Foil,- lengths be- I
I struggle was of \
ie continued to *■*
Chileno,   a   Portland Horse,
Wins  the Grand Forks
Derby in 1:49.
Born—In Grand Forks, August
26th, 11)04, to Mr. and Mrs. N.
Hughes, a daughter.
Ideal weather favored .the first
day's race meeting of thc Driving
Park and Athletic Association. There
was a large attendance of enthusiastic spectators. Nelsoiiscnt 100 visitors
and Spokane, Russia.id, Greenwood
and Phoenix were represented by
big contingents.
The half mile track was in excel-
lont' condition. There were lour
starters in th" quarter mile dash for
a purse of 850. Snide, owned by
Galbraitb Brpe., Ritzville, won easily
two lengths, Batsman No. 2, owned
Mrs. C, K , Linslc'y, of Spokane,
second, and Foxy, owned by Mr.
McCaslin, of Trail, third. Time, 27
seconds.
In the three-quarter mile race for
i purse of $250, Scorcher, owned by
Charles Mc Lees, of Portland, led at
the start but at the quarter was ovcr-
hauled by Little Mineh, jr., owned
by Patterson and Smith of Spokane.
At the half mile Scorcher resumed
the lead and increasing to a terrific
pace was lauded a winner by Mc-
Lees, his rider, by ten lengths.
Time 1.21!, Little Mineh; jr., was
second and Dora Lucas, owned by
George Cosgrove of Spokane, a poor
third.
The three-eights of a mile run in
heats, best two ill three, for a purse
of Slot), proved a closely contested
event. Snide, owned by Galbraitb
Bros., won tbe first beat by a length.
Time ;',!) seconds. Yellow Girl,
owned by A. Broughton ot Spokane,
second with Peter Snooks, owned
by McCaslin antl Carr of Trail,
third. In the second heat Snide
lead at the start, but was passed at
the quarter by Yellow Girl, which
won easily by (wo lengths. Time
■10 seconds. Snide was second. Yellow Girl won the tliird beat by half
a length, Snide led until the quarter post hud been reached, but thc
pace proved too fast for him. Peter
Snooks was third. Time -II seconds.
Cleverly ridden by Charles Mo-
Lees of Portland, Oregon, a Portland
horse recently purchased by D.
Carlson of Spokane, won thc Grand
Forks derby, distance olio mile, for
a purso of WOO. Time 1.40. Dune
ing Kid owned by Galbraitb Bros.,
of Ritzville, passed thc wire three
lengths behind in onooftho prettiest
and speediest races ever witnessed in
this city.    SiiiTaiiah, the third horse
owned by G. Cosgrove of Spokane,
was almost distanced. Considerable trouble was experienced in getting the horses nil'. Both McLccs
and Coll'ccn. the rider of Dancing
Kitl, got nasty falls while nianncu-
yering at tho starters position. In
the betting the Kid was the favorite
at odds of ten In six. Chileno took
the lead and at tin-' half mile post
led Dancing Kid hy ten lengths, thc
pace being terrific. Dancing Kid
spurted and al  'lie  three-quarter
post was scarcely four lengths lie
hind. Hit desperate
no avail, although be
reduce the distance until the finish.
Jockey McLccs and Chileno received
an ovation. A floral horseshoe was
presented by Miss Belle McLaren
and Miss Margaret Eyre, was placed
on the winner's neck amidst loud
applause.
The live-eights mile purse of $1.00
was won easily by Bonnie Van,
owned byG. Cosgrove of Spokone by-
six lengths. Time 1.08. SelmaL.,
owned hy H. M. West of East Spokane, second, and Piter Snooks
third. McLccs, thc Portland jockey
rotlethejwinnor to victory.
The official are: Judges. H. T.
Mahan, George D. Clark of Grand
Forks, and George BreckenridSe of
Phoenix. Starter, Robert llarr of
Phoenix.
T
Dancing Kid won the Seagram cup
race, distance seven-eighths of a mile,
this afternoon. The cup, valued at
S5l)0, now becomes the private property of the owner of the horse, thc
same horse having won it last year.
Thc Nelson News says: About 150
of Nelson's citizens participated in
the business men's excurson to this
city. A most enjoyable time was
had on the train coining here.
Grand marshal C. A. Waterman was
indefatigable in bis efforts to entcr-
t till and he was successful in his
efforts. George Gunn entertained,
with his bagpipes and the Scotch
music he rendered pleased everybody. Fred Starkey was much in
evidence and postmaster Gibson
seemed to enjoy himself and assist
in making the occasion a pleasant
one. Fred Starkey wired to W. A.
Harbin and he was at the station
with a horse for thc marshal. A
procession was formed and the Rossland delegation fell into line headed
by thc Nelson city band and Nelson's marshal on horseback and
marched to the|Yale hotel amid the
cheering of tbe people. The hospitality of the Grand Forks citizens
seems to be unbounded. Nothing
was too good for tbe visitors fjom
Nelson, Rossland, Trail and elsewhere. The visitors were treated
like princes and princesses. Fred
Starkey, on behalf of those present
present, presenced W. E. McCan-
dish with a So pipe in honor of bis
51th birthday.
Street Carnival Amuses Big
Crowds Daily—-Side Shows
Are Good.
The Electrical Display Is the
Best Ever Seen in the
Interior.
Attention is called to the advertisement of the Blair Business College of Spokane appearing in this
issueof Tm-: Srx. This school is a
reliable institution and affords a good
opportunity lo young people to se
cure a practical knowledge of busi
ness methods.
Position Wanted—Man of thirty,
with energy and executive ability.
Have had seven years experience at
head of general insurance i.gency in
cast. Desiie position in any line of
business with promising future.
Have good general knowledge of all
lines of business. Personal interview if desired. Address G. M.
Sl-lWAI.i., Red Deer, Alia.
Furnaces Nos. .'I, ', 5 ami li, at the
Granby smelter, which were closed
down last Wednesday on account of
the wreck on the Phoenix branch,
will be blown in again tomorrow
morning.
The Grand Forks street carnival
opened on scheduled time Wednesday noon with a balloon ascension,
and is proving a great success. The
carnival is everything that its promoters promised, and every visitor
who has attended has expressed
delight with every feature of the big
enterprise.
Tho attendance so far has been
quite satisfactory, Much favorable
comment is heard on all sides at thc
magnificent lurn-ont from Nelson.
Tbe Nelsonitcs were almost us numerous in the city yesterday as thc
natives.
Thc electrical display is thc finest
ever witnessed in the interior of
British Columbia. The Iriunipal
arch is a work of art, anil is alone
well worth a long journey to see.
Thc daily balloon antl parachute
tiscinsions continue (-1 delight
thousands of visitors, 'i ins is one of
the   best   features of the carnival.
The grand pa:alelast night was
headed by the Nelson and Greenwood bands, and made a pleasing
s] crtaele. This was followed hy the
coronation procession. The queen,
Miss Pureell, of Rossland, was escorted to the carnival grounds by
mounted officers wearing court costumes. She occupied a prettily decorated four-in-hand. After a brief
but happy BDeeoh by Martin Burrell, the ceremony of crowning the
queen was performed by Geo. A.
Fraser, M.P.P. An immense crowd
of people witnessed the act, and tho
queen was hearaly cheered.
The side shows are all good, uml
are being liberallp   patronized.   The
performances given in ihe Stadium
by the Austin sisters are of a specially meritorious character, and
1 they arc drawing houses nightly.
The southern plantation scene lent
isnlsoagood drawing drawing card,
and a good entertainment is given.
The merry-go-round continues tn
amuse both the young and old children. The other attractions will re*
pay a visit.
ColquhooT*., minii
A. J. Colqiihomi. mining engineer
and analytical chemist, ami Mrs.
Mrs. Colqiihomi, of Kamloops, arrived in the city a few days ago.
They will probably reside ben- permanently.
James II. Kennedy, chief engineer
ofthe V., V. ."•]•',, has rented Rev.
Ralph Trotter's handsome residence
ill the West end of the city, and will
resitle there until Great Northern construction work is completed in the
Boundary at least. Mr. Kennedy's
family are now on their way from
St. Thomas, Ont., and they are ex
pected to
next week.
Read J.
this issue.
arrive in this citv early
II. Hodson's new ad. ■S«F-
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©Sir -Ettpiifuq £>mt
1'   li;.!.SIir.I» KVKIIY TCE8DAY AND FK!I>.\V
K- KNINO-i AT Clt W'll FORKS, D.5.; IIV "
G. A. EVANS.
s-'M-'i.-'ri'MiN i:ati';s:
One t/eiir. ...$.'. 00 I Three month*.  .50
/•',-• i.itmtU ..  l.OO\ Ommnnth JSO
Ailvei'thin'i I'tttrn (urn'mlicd »n awili-
luilinn,
huml notices 10 mul t Ct*. I'rrlhte.
Afflrw* tili-iwniiunmtthm to
Tiik Kvkninu Sr\,
i ll'ivi; 55, iiiiwn   PQItKH, It. 6:
TIVP    I I'PI Hi)1'* T      Mr> Harold Nflst-ii will appear in
AllNb A( (/li
u
in the North Fork This
Heart and Sword'' at   tbe   Winnipeg theatre early ill September, says
the Free Press. This is the romantic
comedy in which Mr. Wiilkcr White-
Guy Murphy Lose:; His Life side sta'rred-for two seasons.   It is a
cleverly constructed   play, and   Mr.
('. P. Walker Jias given il a magnifi-
Morning. I cent  production  scenery, costumes
'and light effects  being  particularly
' beautiful,   The role of Prince Victor
Was Employed at   Le;uimeV, is "lie in which   Mr. Nelson   is sure
to score a bit, as.it is just suite I to
Mil! and Lewes Large      ] hilll    *,*,.. -jfojpoi* is now plaving a
Family* ' prelinlinary season, having opened
-li;   AY, AUG  ST
las an  bo Iv
nmi
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
Tn tho   Roiii-iI of t-icent-tiiir Commissioners
in mul fur the City of Grand Forlts.
NOTICE in hereby u'von Hint the under-
frittiit'i! will, nt the next meeting of the
fit-urn of Lloenaltiir Commluiotiei's for the
City of Grand Forks* apply for n IvauKfoi*
of the H ntel Ltoeniq srrnnte-l Inreipeotpf
tlm •■Wiitiiipof:," Wintiipcur avenue; Grand
Porks* from  me to iiniil f.arnen.
n.u.'.l ut Gpand Porks, li.c, thin 8th day of
Aii{-usl, 1!'M.
NORMAN JACKSON.
WM. F. NEWTON
A FRESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A handsomely fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR, BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
is olferin
ly seen a i tirniviil pp
tillV. nl' one loan w!
10 r -ward forone.
'f)n the verge ol hcilig tl millinn-
iVir -. : s-ii.i a glaring I" alline ihe
nth i d y. But il didn't rcferlo the
'oiilhe.-'St Iv   i -n: v eo ! barons,"
• ',. i ens b -s i-liu head that wears
a ernivii.' Larnivitl soveieigns arc
exee.-ted.
THE CAUSE OF PILES
Is invariably constipation, wh'ch is
quickly removed by !'r. Hamilton's
l.'.li; 'of Mandrake and i'a.lte; nut.
Sure, relief and nogi-iping ains. l-'nr
a retried ■ thut never fai s use \)\-
il.onili. ns i'i Is. trice Hoc. II. g.
W   i 1 .tl ilrug-.'st.
|-\.r  Bale    A goo I pony.   14.1   in
height.;   has I ecu i Ma'fiily ridden
mul driven; no better saddle pony;
(.e.nle and gallops fast; eligible for
pony races.    Apply al this oilieo.
GOOD DRY
I Owen Sound, Out., tin Thursday
, !■ veiling of this week to a capacity
Guy Murphy, iigeil aboui '■'' year-, audience. Sis secouii regul-r sBa-
Was drowned in life North Fork,-a son under Mr. Walker's inanage-
slior. ili.-t-inec above lbe tli in. «h;'e incut "ill begin on August 22, wben
out hoaliii-.; With IViii oi.iipi'.iiilViiis [jr. Nelson-will open-the new then-
ih's u-rtrijuig, \Vhil"sepai;iit.-d.frolu Ire at , -'nit Willi;, in. On his western I |""*-"~)i^ "--;A1 H
hs ie ; 'she iv.'i t in huffing,nnd ititour, which iiicluih-S all the prinei- jl
i* s'i;i|■ bo ba hqAV:1" either teken pal cities between Winnipeg and
will cramp- reb- h uivJcovll'ent l\ainloops, Mr. Nelson will pn-senl
carried hini to holtnin. The wali-r ' i'carl ;inil Sword" exclusively, re-
is ahiii tt ve+yo f"el tb't'i a' lite i lace serving his other play and proline-
plat-" wl pre 11:.- ■ ct- >• nt t ecu re ;. tion fnr tbe return-trip. Clifford
Th" lio-lv ha- ii --.I I---, o.-eil. 'i'b-'j.[.ane Bruce, Who iiiiitle'siich au c.\
enm:i- r 1 as 'Ici-ide-i tleil an iii'|i,sic hut iin])ression as leading than
i u it i- ,-sary. Murphy e-nn- lot with Mr. Nelson last season, has
this eily about two years Hgii !• in ; been retained; also Miss Hel.-l.e
Spokane, and bus sinee been i in- ■Scott, William Bialic and William
ployed at the (Iranby smeller and (larette. Thc new members arc
r.equime's sawmill. He leaves ai capnbleanil add much tothestrength
family consisting of a wife and four jo. the company,
children. '	
TIE SSRLIPOX QUESTION
Any intelligent physician will admit■ that you don't catch smallpox be-
cause some one else lias it, but because
your condition favors it. Low vitality
alv.t.ys encourages sickness, and at this
season especially everyone should take
t'errozone,   which    destroys    disease  prosperous than it is al present,
germs and makes the system so strong
und healtliy that sickness can't exist.'
1-erriw 'is   a   vitalizing tonic that'     For a nice hair-cut or  shave  goto
tikes rib, red bloods, builds up'   the t!"' City  Jlarber  Shop  on Uivcrsid.
Jas. A. Harris, secretary of the
Federal Labor union, returned last
Tuesday front a live weeks' vacation,
-| cut in Winnipeg and other Manitoba cities. He speaks very highly
of the Winnipeg fair, and says
the piairie province was never more
- ,',.11'n- next     it ib- Vale Barber nerves, cums nervousness and  drive.
1 '!'• away tired, languid   feelings.   To  get
  si mug and keep strong use Ferrozone;!
  , t assures health and  costs but   BOe.
i,-vnu lit-.'- a n-w trieni s  io -nend ■ <   ...  «.     u     i    -
1 11    I-.. \\ o nilaml, (Irie.'i.'ist.
hs 23
all order  for ii info   lla'-el-
ero.int     al   D.inuldson's.
mm^^/
!';.,.n
Webbs  chocolates galoeat   Den- ...
ti      i    ■    i   i, , ■      „ , I II I OH     'o write ii Rood linml.
altlson s, m bulk and ill   t.incv boxes.      UaL'M   To keep btiSka,
'■     \\ \   I \    To tj|.|.-»ritp.
  aaailii    T„ write sliortlinn.l.
The'very best smokers   in   town  at iSS^lSSo^"*"0""* gooi^Mm-
jlniuldsonV  barge range fro,,, which       Nicely   furnished    rooms    with   or THE BLAIR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
to choose,    (jet our , n lea by the box.  without board, at the \\ nini] eg lintel,   catnloiiie Free. SPOKANE, wash
The  Hoxlrifr Contest Saturday   Hveninj.'.
JACK TI'IIN'Klt.
The contest, on Saturday night
between Jack Turner, the clever
Australian lightweight,- and Kid
Brady, champion lightweight of
Utah, promises to be one of the best
ever seen in tho Boundary country.
Turner has been in one hundred
and forty-live lights and has only
lost four decisions. He is in first-
class condition and has the reputation ol always giving the public a
run  for their  money.    Brady will
Delivered to any
.iiirt of the city'
$4.50 £A
C.  O.  D.
»f].
Send in your orders
in advance, as we are
always luisy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0.
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
by J. \V. JoneB.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
W     JONN PETERSON, PROP.
Finest brands of . . .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NEAR O. P.  It.  STATION,
Grand   Forks, B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and sur-
rdiroding territory tp represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsome out-
Utfree. Write for particu-
larsandlsenrl 25 rents for our
pocket iuici,oseo]«,1 just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects, '
STONE & WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nuuskkiks,
(Over K00 Acres)
TORONTO,    -    -    -    ONTARIO
NELSON FAIR^>
Second Annual Exhibition of the
helson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September  28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS      BIG PREMIUM LIST
FINE GROUNDS        NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
wuiTi; i-tiii I'liizi-: list.
./. E. A unable, Secretary,       -        -       Nelson, B. C.
Granby Hotel
Most (Jonvknihnt-
i.v1.oi'ati;i> Hotel
in tiik City. ...
JOHN TEvIPLE, Prop.
»r Siri-ilicd witli tho
!■' nasi Uninrlsof
WINKS, UQUOUS
.'-..•;!> t'KIAIIS.
11.3I   dIntel 1
FIRSX-CIiASS UOAHI).
■ commodious; wfi'tt
FUilNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
RBurns&Co.
n;:.\:.!-:u's in all kinds op
FRESH & CURED
M i A T S
FISH AND GAJVIE IN SEASON
GU ' NI) FORKS, B.C.
have about twolvi
the wciiilil, and I
l'opntl   ttrt'll!!   ofti
opponent, but 'l"n
""j lii'l n t-ouple of hiinilretl dollnrs ilm1
ii. 'lollnrs thnl  ho will ho there whci
■   '■■'■   I'-i'ir  sounds  for Ihotwenlii-tl
' t-otn.-l. ! u
R. 0. MGGUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filings Gun Repairing, llami-
1'iicturcr of Screen Doors mul
Windows.
Riverside    Avenue,
Opposite-f. VV, Jones. FurnitureStore-
WATCH REPAIRING
Regulating and Adjusting a
Specialty.    Good work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON,
Jeweler rind Optician,
(JKAND    PORK- H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CALL IN
And get measured for a swell
v   Spring Suit
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices aro right. Wee us
beforo ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MEHCHA.NT TAII-Oli,
OHANM roi'KS, B. C
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery] Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw BJook.
Phone 188.        (iriuul Forks, B.C.
Pacific Hotel
.1. J. McINTOSH
Ouiiusite O.P. R. Station,
Columbia H.C
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
KJNE   LAUNDERING.
COLLAHS,    CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND   1 HONED   HY
.MACIIINEUY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
lUVKlWIDI'   AVENUE.
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia; Dental
* . College.
Oftico over Hunter
Phone 27. EendrielcCdj*-'aStore
SHORT STORIES
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Goniplete Line
of PlunihirtgSpecliilties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTGFFICIC
WHY GO EAST .
Over the suii-hui-ned, sage hrnsh
mid alkali plains, when yon may
just ns well take a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of 'bhe grandest seenqry on the
Ainerican continent?
This you can tin by traveling on,
the Hio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of tho World,"
the onlv transcontinental line passing through -Skit' Lake Oily, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enrptrto to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains east
antl west, antl afford a choice of live
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the hesl. including free reclining chair ears
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining ear service, and also
personally conducted excursion cais,
eaeh ill charge of a competent guide,
whose' business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive niemis of
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
Fo)* additional details address .1.
D. "Mansfield, Gen. Agt., Rio Grande
Lines, No. I'M Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago
Milwaukee &, St.PaUl-Rail\vtiy(known
all over the Union as the great rail
way running tlio "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night betweenSt
Parti, anil Chicago, and Omaha and
Chcago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." "Understand: Connections are made with All Trahsconti
Rental Linos, assuring, to passengers
the best service known. Luxurious
roaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other lino.
See that your ticket reads via "Tho
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them,
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
It. L. Ford, H. S. Rowb,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent]
Spokane, Wash.    Portland, Oro.
CHOCH DlKECTOItV.
KNOX   I'llltSHYTKKlAN   OHUROH, firm.-]
Fori,-,  .1.   It.   Roberta    H.A.,   nartor
Servioes evory Sunday at li 11.11-.u1-. 7::ii> i>.
Bit--Sliiiilu.vs'-lH)«*i mul lliltlo duss, H u.m.;
Westminster (iuilil of 0.  B., Tueiduy, *
fFrST MBTHODISiOHUROH Oon.er Muiu
and I'iithsls. .1. 17 Petfs,pastor. Services
t'V-'ry Sunday nt 11 a.m. ami T.itii p.m.:
alasa meeting (it close of rooml'ia lorvlcei
Sitmlay   sollOQl ami   llil-]-- rlu-nl .In. m.;
nrayer meet I tig every Tlnii-sitnv ovetiliur
at 8o'clook, TJieiHtbUoiscorriiiillyltivltotr.
HOLY TRINITY OHUROH (Cliuroh of Bug-
Ian.I). Grand Porks, Henry Steele, vicar-
Holy Communion* 8 a. jti.i mornlii-i prayer
mid miiimnn, 11 a. in.;Suiiday lollool, ■• |>. m.:
cvetificiiijr nnd Nt-rnioii, 7(80 p. in. All aro
cordially invited.
At, a banquet after the overwhelmw
lefeat of "Shamrock UI." Sir Thorn;'
.ipton said: "Vou Americana are han
ii beat. You mnind me nf the Scotel
nan who came up to London and wa
■■t upon by two hignwuyuien, whom h
■ o unmercifully mauled that by th
ime they had overcome him they wit-
i bout ready to go to tlu- hospital then
•elves. And they only found tuppem*
n his pocket, whereat one of them said
It's lucky, Hill, he didn't 'ave sixpenc
f he 'ad, Yd a killed both! of us.'"
A well-known churchman of Mcmphi
-the late Dr. Pa'tterson—used to tnk-
ieasure in relatin-,' several good ones or
imself.   One of his favorites concerned
i generous-hearted but rallier wild vounj
riend in whom the reyerend wnliomni
look a special interest.    Die climax wn»
reached  one day   when   the  doctor  wu
walking along the strett and suddenly
name upon the young man as he stay
fered out of a cafe.   "George, Oeorge
Irunk again,"   siglied   the    scandalized
iriest.   The answer was unite as tin ex
lected as it was unsteady.   "Thash all
iglit, doctors so'm 1."
It is related tlmt one evening la
winter, at a dinner given in honor .
Urs. Pat Campbell, in Xew York, t!
i.nglish actress remarked, loftilyi **Th
wanted me to play 'Tess of the D'Crbe
villes' in England, but I tl.might it
t'ltlgnr character, and 1 can t be grn-
/ou know." This from thc woman who-
vhule fame rested on her im persona tloi
'f women with malodorous pasts or n
'orloua presents was astounding to r
ireseitt, each one of whom had **n;d som
thing in extenuation of the sins of po*
I'ess and in admiration of Hardy'
nasterpiece as a dramatic eharact ■
[rawing. For a moment there was r
mbarrassed.silence, and then Miss Wfli
■en, who is to star In the play this se
nn, spoke up innocently: "It is dreadf
n Ije so sensitive. 1 expect, Mrs. Cam;
"il, you find it hard even to accept yoi
' in- of the m"o*8 recciuts."
Sir Edmund Burn*?* Jones, w1 n shared
with Dante Gabriel -llo-sselti e honor
of fqimding the pre-ltapliaeiite aclinol of
English painters, a-i a young mm exhibited his works at the'Old VVater-coSof
Society. In 18(if) his p ■! 'eip.il
exhibit at the Summer Rxhibition was a
very poetical drawing called "Phyllis and
Demophoon," in which both the figures
tvore nude, bttt wiUiout conveying the
faintest suggestion of indelle ey. Un-
fortunately, however, un important pat-
ton of thc society, one Mr. Leaf, a prosperous edlk merchant, cho-*e to regard
the picture as an outrage on propriety,
and brought suck pressure to bear on
the council th they requested Mr.
Burne-Jones to .port Into'the picture a
certain amount of raiment. This the
painter indignantly refused lo do, and
the result was that before the public
iidmissiotrday he withdrew himself nnd
his drawing from the society. It was a
deplorable incident by which all concerned were the losers, except the puri-
ti.iiciil silk-dealer, who, aa might Imve
iicen expected. Immediately gained the
.■■r'hricoef. of "Fig-L-eaf."
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICK.
PKBRMItierai.rittlm, situate in the Orntiil
Portia Minin.- hivtsimi nf Vale District.
Where located;   In Burnt Mm-I--.
TAKE NOTICK thai I lie -tli L.  Burnet,
I <*r rtntttlaiid, B.C.a-zmlt for Robert 17
n-awforiLFreesIIiier'sCeVtlflcnteNo. H7B7B0;
I'red l.ange, I'ron Miner's Certlfloatfl No.
Kiwi', aim John Shaw, I-'cee Miners Certlm
eate No. 1186(81,Intend, slxtj day*, from the
dftto hereof, tu upi.lv to the Mlhtiijr Iteuordei
fprn CertlHcnte of Imn/ovemeuts, for the
■mrpust" of (ibtoiiitng a Crown Grant of i («■
alnivchiint.
And I'm tli er' tahe notlcfl that netlc niter
Seotinn BI, must be eonftnettecd beforo tli e
l88iiniieeof8iiehCfirtlficnt0Of Imnrovemetita,
Uatel tlii-ttwHifth lay of July, A.n 1004.
KKN.Mt.Tli L UCkNLT. I'.I-.S
QUAM) FORKS FEDERAL LA
bor   I'niiin   No.   *J.'H, A.L.U,—
Meets    overy   Wednesday   evoning
ut 8 u'clook in   Federal   Union   hall.
Dak Kelly, Pre*,
Jas. A. Harms, Sec;
w. ii  f.OLBMDNT
JOHN O, 81'BNCB
mm i mm,
BetrrlMtern, Botloltora,
NlllMlk'M.   Utci
Milieu B'iooU, Corner Win ui pea Avi e and
Plr-it Street-i
ORAND FfiRKBl B. I'.
Daily" Arrivals
of mPOr^'CPTTrQ I'v buying in moderate quantities
a/ uj>Lu^r,jxiJia n-(1 m-nki*g quiok. bftles 0U1. stock
is iihviiys kept ireah,   Our Price?, too, iiro ALL RIGHT.
*C,*pTTTrp TADC  The time put up your  winter's sup-
rKUU  J*rt-K-*J plv of  jenis has noiv"arrived.   \V'e
nirry ii lurge stork of jars.    All sizes.
, BOOTS AND SHOES fefeS
in these lines is complete;    li will] pay you lu inspect our goods
before buying elsewhere.
J. H. HODSON
Phone 30
Opposite C, P, R. Station.
fJNlONHQTEl AN DMU51CHALL
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
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IN   CI   OTHINIfi   "   would   be mlvisuble to mil ,o„l see
11*1   -wL.V/1 llll*<\J   „|,.,tlv(, are1 doing.    .No  trouble  to
show goods.    For Quality, Fit and Price  in  Customs Tailoring you
cannot flo better.    1 also Imve an agency for one of the best Eastern
i SUITS FROM $15 UP
Houses, and if there  is any
way of getting fit by sencliii
away for a .Suit of Clothes,
ean get it for you, as 1 thoroughly   understand taking  measurement,
GEO.  E. fl ASS IE, Grand "SfoMka.
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, IJIrtfng-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived. Call and inspect thein.
Also a stock of Blankets, Quilts. Pillows, etc., to be sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue
(Irand Forks
PRINTING
$27.50 IN THE
When an Accident Happens.
$27,50 invested in the "AccUMUbATivii" Policy issued by the CANADIAN' CASl'A l/l'Y A N I) BOILEH IN-
SUUANCK COMPANY, of Toronto, may be worth $|5,000 to .V"u when an accident Im^u-iis. I'verybody admits
that it is the best ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY on the market.
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY i!< to meet with an accident in order to roeoive the cash under this policy.
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETE McCALEUM, att^"*
Call on him, and have your sisters, courins, wives and aunts and all their friends call, and ask to see
.SICKNESS POLICY, covering 30 diseases, which is undoubtedly the most UP-TO-DATE sickness policy
public.    DO IT NOW.    No medical examination required,     Every man and woman should have one.
Authorized capital. $1,000,000; subscribed capital. 8000,000. Boiler Inspection, lioiler Insurance
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator Insurance. Consulting Engineers. It will pay you t.
a policy on your boiler and consult us free of charge on all matters pertaining to stxiam usage * Mu- Eng
visory .Department can save our policy holders many times their premiums by the service rendered them,
of regu ar inspection is the greatest safeguard against boiler explosions.    All our inspectors are n-sponsibli
the NEW
before the
,   Personal
i take out I
ncers' Ail- ■
The  fact
Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company
i
P. T. McCALLUM, GHAND FOURS AGENT.
Head Office Toronto
of every description
promptlyexecutedat
The Evening Sun
^RIDERAGENTSWANTED
in eaoh town to take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete $8.75
" GoSSaak," Guaranteed Illch Grado $10.75
"Siberian," A Beauty $12.75
"Neudorf," hoad 1'acer $14.75
no better bioyole at any price.
Any other ntukc or model you tennt at one-third
usual price. Choice of anv standard tires aud best
equipment on all oar bicycles.   /Strongest guarantee,
Yv'e SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. V. to any one
vilho'it a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase is binding,
500 Second Hand Wheels &Q .   *Q
taken in trade' by our Clilcairo retail stores, Uf*! *« Off
all makes nnd models. 8*xid osnow....	
MWIIT tlllV *■ blT'lo »"'" 5-™ havo writ™ fnr our
nil I UUI FACIORr PRICES AND FBEE T'-IAL OfFEIi.
Tires, equipment lunibies and Hiw>rlimr ir"<"l-> ol nil I.I111N. Hi half regular tjrlcc,
lu our hiu free sundry nhln(|. f-.ifioilnsiiwurldnf iimIuI inrurroatlon. Write r..r 11.
J. L MEAB CYCLE CO., Chicago, HI. aa-M
X
"LIKE THE OLD FRUIT -AIRS."
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
Spokane Interstate Fair
Spokane, October 3 to 9
WITH LARGE DISPLAYS-IN Al.l. DEPARTMENTS,
82000 OFFERED 1-01! FRUIT AND FRUIT EXHIE
MORE THAN  #30,000 IN PREMIUMS AND P
FIVE OR MORE  EXCITING HACKS EACH DAY.    $13.
PURSES.
DOWN TOWN CARNIVAL EACH NIGHT.
FIFTH REG I.MENT BRITISH ARTILLDRY RAND.
FREE HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS I
FINE MINERAL DISPLAY, DOG SHOW, ART KX1111
REM EMBER—LOW RATES AND SPECIAL EXCURSIt.
ALL RAILROADS.
ITS.
RIZES.
,000 IN
IAILY.
UT, Etc
1XSON
Concession Privileges for Sale.
Write for Premium List and Race Program.
ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPJVIENT.S
Tin- following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1(100, 1901, 1903,
1908, 1904, and for the past'week;
11)00       1901.        1002.        100.1 1904   Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoenix  64,583   231,762   809,858   898,181 347,000     10,800
Snowshoe, Phoenix       297       1,721     20,800    74,212        	
Mother Lode, Deadwood    5,340    99,084   141,820   188,079 115,090     H,l92
W.K.C. MANLYf
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings- =
Tin* first consignment of a  «-.        , j /-»» I
largeandup-todatestoekof  BOOtS and SilOeS        |
Sunset, Deadwood
JjL    Morrison, Deadwood      	
y    B.-C. Mine, Summit  19,494
jW    Emma, Summit	
Y„     Senator, .'iinimit C'nmp	
W    Oro Dcnorri, Summit Camp	
Y Brey Fogle, Summit Camp	
W    Nn. 37, Summit Ciinip	
m     Mountain Hose	
t/    Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
\*    Gulden Crown, Wellington     2,-'")0
V Athelslim. Wellington     1,200
%    No. 7 Mine. Central ,     ■	
City of Paris, Central     2,000
.lewel, Long Lake         100
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous     8,380
804
150
47,405
060
7,456 15,731
  8,889
14,811 19,805
8,.MO 22,9117
  303
  15,537
31,197
1,700
11,198
222
.-154
till
1,452
•99
1,040
*
650
005
.,801
785
026
482
27 75
219
2,435
5,040
2,908
993
400
107
170
305
220
Total,  totis  99,730   390,000   507,515    081,420   510,151
Granby Smelter treated  02,387   230,828   312,340   401,921    375,818
b
PHONE 6
Just Received. t
bridge street
* ' nJ
et\
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Developing   |
and
Printing
r       H. E, WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
■sb*
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders for ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE 04.
Best Ice in the city. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WORK  PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
N. D. McINTOSH
B*lt*JLr  s-rni«T, iihand  PORKS
A Complete Line  of   Furniture,   Hardware and Cutlery Always
Carrie'd'in Stock and Sold Bcd-R66k  Prices.    Largest  Variety   ol
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold.    Call and Inspect My Goods.    A  tlrcat  Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock,
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOR BNRGAINS
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
day, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &   CO.
Jewelers and
Opticians
White Bros.
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGESTREBT . ORAND FORKS, ft C.
DANGER OF LIVING WITH CONSUMPTIVES
Is real danger because  the sputum
of affected persons difl'useitsolf through
tlm air and Buds lodgment in the systems ot' others, K exposed to consumption use fragrant, healing Catarrhzone,
the   most efficient germicide hnown.
No case of catarrh ean withstand  Catarrhozone,   which   cures  tins loathsome disease.thoronghly.   Cold in the
head  is cured   in a few minutes, and
bronchitis, asthma and lung trouble are I
cured to stay cured it' Catarrhozone ii** i
employed. "J don't know any remedy !»,;,,-a
so good foroatarrh  and  bronchitis as fn
Catarrhozone," writes N, T. Eaton of IUm
Knowlt' n.   ''It cured me after  years   *"
of   suffering  and saved me from consumption."    T\vn   months'   treatment
81.00; tr'al she  25a   H. E. Woodland, druginsfc.
THE   TORONTO
i
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked.     Bid
American Boy         - I:,"
Ben-Hur .'        24 2
8
iDAILYNEWS|
m
95
GRAND FORKS SUN pq
N D THE
Canadian Gold Fields
i ariboi|(McK.)ex-div.
Centre Star      1
llcnnro .Mines       0
Fail-view	
Fisher .Maiden	
Giant 	
Granby Consolidated. $4; 2
Morning Glory	
Mountain  Lion       I
North S*.ii-(l-', K.l...
I 'ay ne	
Quilp	
Itamblor-Cariboo      234,
Sun Foil        2|
Sullivan        5$
Tom Thumb       2
War Eagle Con      II
Waterloo (assess, pd).     14
White ileal .,        U
IS YOUR DOQOR BILL LARGE?
ll)
15
34
83.60
I
;■>
.. FO        ONLY..
8
'2.2
earn
LL
»
Ul-J
m
1    Ss*
Best way to keep it small not* to call
tl\e doctor, but use Nerviline instead.
For minor ailments like colds, coughs,
chills, cramps, headache and stomach
trouble Ntr'-i inejgjust as good as any j
doctor.    It   breaks up a cold in one'
night, cures soreness in the chest, and
for neurid,'ia, toothache and   rheumatism you can't  get any tli ing half so
good as J e viline. The fame -f N\rv-
line for cramps, enlie and pain   in the u; :\-
stomach extends fur and wide.    Good  Vffg
for everything a liniment can be good  s$i£
for and costs but 26a for a large bol   ff
tie. II. E. Woodland, druggist. II
The question: What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson and got some Hazelwood
ice cream.   Phono (J-J.
Baths 25 cents at the Yale Barber
Shop.
M
A radical (-limine from old methods nnd prices lias been made by
thc Toronto Daily News. The eyes
of tin- liewspvper world have
heen upon The News for the past few
months, during which time several
departures have hecn made which
have given that paper a widespread
reputation for enterprise and originality. This latest move is to place
The News at the price of $1.00.a
year by mail. Only a deep-founded
belie! in the future success of The
News could load tho publishers to
make such a reduction in price.
But just as ihe dollar magazine has
taken hold of the people, so, we venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and over-increasing circulation, based not only on the popular price nl which it is sold, but
mainly upon ihe Intrinsic merits of
he paper.
Wc have arrangements concluded
which enables us to club the Toronto
News with our own paper al ?'2.2."> a
year iii advance. Such a combination presents many unique  features
—our semi-weekly giving you all
tho home ami district news, ami
the big 12-page daily keeping you in
touch with events all over the world,
Send us your subscription to The
News, or if you would like to sec
the paper lirst, write us and we will
scctllc u sample copy.
Pa
I
if
u
Now is   the  time to briny in your fi jf %i'
licyoleand get it repaired and put  in ^jN** n VIj
*|8 Subscribe |
I      Now.    I
shape for Ihe wheeling season.     I!
CiiAi'i'i.i:, Bicycle Dealer and Repai
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman  t>
manage business in his county and ad-
joining territory for well and favorably
known house of solid financial stand
ing.   $20,00 straight cash salary ami i |N>*js
expenset paid each Monday by cheek ft'l
direct from   hcadipiartrrs.     Expense ^*r
money   advanced.    Position   perms-! ±-j*jg
unit,'   Address Manager, Kb    ('   EH /^tttJ£j*Zjl
Muck, Chicago, 111. iffij   \^>?l^\7*R3^**-V
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