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DEC 6 -1904
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Fourth Year.—No. 10
Grand Forks, B. G, Frday, December 2, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
JJJi
Granby Will Add Two 500-
Ton Furnaces This
Winter.
Jacob Langeloth Was Elected
President at a Recent Directors' Meeting.
At a recent meeting of the board
of directors, held in New York city,
Jacob Langeloth, president of the
American Metal company of New
York, was elected president of the
Granby Mining & S*nelting Company, Ltd., in succession to S. H. C.
Miner, of Montreal, resigned. Mr.
Langelotf. visited the Boundary recently. He is one ol the world's
leading copper kings.
The board has decided to install
two additional furnaces at the smelter here, increasing the capacity to
-•r)00 tons daily. The new furnaces
will be of f)000-tons capacity, or
double the size of tho .old ones, and
it is expected that they will be in
operation by the 1st of February.
Tenders for the excavation (or the
foundations of the new fajfisces are
now being asked for.
Today Taylor & Fisher were
awarded the contract for digging a
trench for water mains from the
smelter to Smeller creek, a distance
of over 3000 feet up the mountain
side. The pipe.will be laid below
the frost level, and will ensure an
ample supply of pure water for the
smelter buildings the year round.
It is also stated that the water will
be used for thc purpose of generating hydraulic power. Messrs. Taylor and Fisher expect to complete
their contract in two weeks' time.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
The members of Gateway Lodge
No. 45, I.O.O.F., entertained their
friends and ladies in their hall on
First street last night. During the
early part pf the evening progressive
whist and other games furnished the
amusement.. In tho whist tournament Mrs. D. McCalluin captured
tin; Indies' prize, and Mr. Jas. Harris the gentlemen's, while A. B,
Hall had the booby prize thrust
upon him. After the card games, a
spendid musical and literary pro-
grain was rendered. Miss Etfle Boss
sang "Down on the Hudson River"
very sweetly; Mr. John Donaldson
gave a Scotch leading; Mr. W. H.
Creitz gavu a recitation in his usual
inimitable manner, while Mrs. I). 1).
Monro gave a fine rendition of a solo,
which was heartily applauded. Tho
last number on the program wns a
quartet by Mesdames Monro and
Atwood and Messrs. Follick and
Rutherford, and was rendered in an
excellent style. At the close of the
entertainment n tempting collation
was served, to which everybody did
ample justice. The ball bad been
very prettily decorated for thc occasion.
The semi-annual election of Grand
Forks Lodge No. 30, K. of K., was
held last Tuesday evening, when the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing  term:   C. C,   W.  K.  C,
Manly; V. C, F. Miller; Pre., W. F.
Stuart; M. of W., A. J. Stendal; M.
ut A., G. Orre; M. of F., Geo. Chap
pie; M. of E., Geo. H. Hull; K. R.
S.,S. O. Hull; I. G:, G. C. Brown;
O. G., Ii, Crockett. Afterthe business
of the evening had been finished, a
most enjoyable supper was served,
to which a large number of members so! down.
The membership of Josephine
Hive, L.O.T.M., is increasing very
rapidly at present. Nine new members were initiated lust night. The
goat is a little tired, but still in the
ring.
Grand Forks Federal Labor Union
No. 231, A.L.U., will nominate officers for the ensuing term at its meeting next Wednesday night. The
election takes place on the last Wednesday night of the present month.
Duncan Ross, M.P., came down
from Greenwood on Tuesday evening, and left the following morning
over thc Great Northern for Victoria,
to attend the banquet tendered-Senator Templeman by the citizens of
that city.
We have gifts as rich as any one
can desire, yet our stock holds numberless beautiful and worthy objects
that those whose incomes are rirodest
can easily afford to give. A. D. Morrison. ..
Nothing fitter for a wedding gift
than Cut Glass. Small pieces at
small prices and gorgeous big pieces
too. The coinpletest stock at Morrison's, Bridge street.
W. A. Harkin, the well known
newspaper correspondent, returned
to tbe city last Tuesday from Winnipeg, after swinging around the
circle in Manitoba and Northwest
Territories with the Liberal candidates. On Monday Mr. Harkin will
leave for Greenwood, where he will
become the editor of The Tillies.
A hunting party composed of C.
E. Lane, W. N. Lane, E. A. Savage
and Gus Parker left the city Wednesday morning for tbe wildest section of the North Fork country.
They intend to be gone about ten
days, and expect to bring back two
deer each. Before leaving they
purchased all the available ammunition, firearms, bowic nnd bunting
knives, snowshoes, hunting suits,
etc., there was in the city, and as
they crossed the Bridge street bridge
the spectators gained Ihe impression
that it was a storming party headed
for Port Arthur.
J. D. Spence is confined to his
home with a severe attack of la
grippe.
TOOLS USE WASHES AND SNUFFS
Thinking perhaps they will cure
catarrh—but no one ever heard of a
genuine cure following suchsenseless
treatments. There is hut one prompt
and thorough cure for catarrh, and it
is fragrant, healing Catarrhozone,
which goes right to the root of the
trouble. It destroys the germs, heals
the* inflamed membranes and cures any
case no matter how obstinate or long
standing. "I experimented for years
with catarrh remedies hut found Catarrhozone the most rational and satisfactory," writes W. J. MueEacliern
of Waterville. "It cured me for all
time." For a sure cure use only Ca
tarrhozone. ComdletcoutfitSl.00; trial
size 25c. H, E, Woodland, druggist.1*
Business Men Hold  Costly
Mementos of  S.  L,
Gray.
By Strenuous   Hustling He
Clears About $200 in a
Couple of Hours
S, L. Gray, formerly bookkeeper
at Gardner's sawmill at Danville,
was in Grand Forks last Saturday
night, and was exceedingly busy
for a few hours in writing and passing cheques. The cheques were
drawn on tho First National bank,
Spokane, where he claimed to have
money on deposit, and ranged from
$!i to S2o. Nearly every business
man in town is now keeping one of
these pieces of paper as a memento.
Tbe Sun man refused to get in on
the ground floor. Occasionally there
is a decided advantage in being poor.
Itis estimated that Gray realized
about 8200 out of a couple of hours'
work. He felt so well satisfied with
thc success of his scheme, that he
bought a ticket for Spokane Sunday
morning, and started on an extended
vacation trip through the States.
It was not till Monday or Tuesday that the Spokane bank was communicated with. The intelligence
that Gray's name did not appear on
its book was promptly brought back.
An effort is now being made to locate Gray. If found, he will be
escorted back here by an ollicer, and
it is safe to predict that he will
spend a longer period in Canada
than he desires.
Pleasant Farewell Social
The farewell social tendered to
Mesdames II. Lawrence and W. Le-
Barre by the Ladles' Aid of the
Methodist church, at the parsonage
last Tuesday night, was very largely
attended by friends of the two families and members of thecongrogu-
tion. The evening was very pleasantly spent by those present indulging in games of amusement and
listening musical selections. Light
refreshment were served.
The following addresses, neatly
printed on satin cut ill the shape  of
shields, and  beautifully  trimmed
and adorned with souvenirs of the
city, were presented to the retiring
president of the Ladies' Aid ami to
Mrs. Leliarre. The addresses were
read by Mrs. Manuel, and the presentation was made by Mrs. Case.
Tbe recipients of these testimonials
expressed their heartfelt thanks for
the beautiful gifts, am! the interest
manifested in ther welfare, in a few
brief and appropriate remarks:
'/'» Mrs. 11 Lawrence, Prcsiilenl ofthe
Ladies' Aid of the Mellwulisl Churcli
of Grand l'\trks, ll. (.'.
We,the members of the Ladies'Aid
and voicing the membership ol our
Church, having beard with regret
that you are soon to leave us, desire
hereby to extend to you our best
thanks for your faithful services as
our president during the pusl
six months.
We know you accepted the responsible and arduous position from
a sincere desire to serve the good
cause. Vour services have been
ungrudgingly rendered, uud, we
i assure .you, highly appreciated.
We extend to you and your family
the warmest wishes for your health
and prosperity wherever you may!
go. We unitedly join in saying
"God Bless Vou." And may the;
smile of His Love rest upon you ;'
and when God rewards His servants'
may He say unto you "well
done."
Signed on behalf of Ladies' Aid by
Mrs. Case,
Mrs. Farmer,
Mrs. Woodland.
To Mrs. IK. LcBarre.
We, have beard with deep regret
that you are to sever your connection
with us by removal from our city
and country, and we feel that we
cannot let you go without assuring
you of our sincere respect and esteem
for you.
We hereby extend our heartfelt
thanks to you for your efforts for the
prosperity of our cause during your
residence amongst us.
You have by your kind and frank
manner and true Christian deportment won the esteem of each and all
of us.
We shall cherish our intercourse
among tbe sweet 'memories of our
lives.
We wish you and your family
much happiness and prosperity, and
hope at last to meet whore
" No sigh shall mingle with the
songs
Which warble from immortal
tonguei."
Signed on behalf of Ladies' Aid by
Mrs. Case,
Mrs. Farmkr,
Mrs. Woodand.
The Lawrence family will make
their future home in Vancouver,
while the LeBarres will shortly remove to Bremerton, Wash.
1
1\W
Samuel Young Receives  a
Vicious Kick From a
Horse
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
"Spiritual Powers in Christian
Character" will be the sermon next
Sunday at the evening service iu
Knox church. This will be the closing of the series which Mr. Robertson has been following for the past
month.
In the Methodist church on Sunday next the pastor will preach
morning and evening. Morning subject, "Whit We Wait and How to
Get It;" evening, "The Golden Rule
Applied."
The annual Christinas tree and
cantata of Knox church Sunday
school will be held in the Grand
Forks opera house on the same date
as in past years—Friday night, Dec.
28rd. The cantata, "Christmas With
the l'ixies," is of a high-class na-
ture,anil under the careful training
of MissM. Johnson and Miss O'Brien
promises to lie exceedingly interesting.
Everything In rings, pins, bronchi's and other jewelry that a first-class
jewelry store should have, we have.
Doth quality and price fairly challenge criticism.  A. 1*. Morrison.
Shop windows all over the city
arc rapidly I wing dressed in holiday
attire, and the majority of them are
pretty enough to look at for hours.
Among the most attractive ones are
those o( W. H. liter A Co., A. I).
Morrison and 11. K. Woodland.
A. II. Thompson, formerly em
ployed in M. li. Keeney's blacksmith simp, lias opened a new simp
on First street, near the bridge, and
is meeting with marked eiiceess.
Born In Grand Forks, Wednesday, November 30th, lout, to Mr
and Mrs. G. \V. Clark, a daughter.
And Dies After Twenty-four
Hours of Intense Suffering. .
A lamentable accident occurred
yesterday morning nt 9 o'clock, as
a result of which Mr. Samuel Young,
the well known farmer and contractor living near Topp's ranch,
across thc river, died this morning
at 9 o'clock, or exactly twenty-four
hours after the occurrence of thc
catastrophe.
While working around the barn
Mr. Young receive'd a vicious kick
in the abdomen from both feet of a
horse. Th<! blow stunned him for
a few moments, but he soon recovered consciousness and walked to
the house unaided. At the time he
did not think that the blow was at
all of a serious nature; but he gradually grew worse, and later in the
day Dr. Northrop was summoned,
When the doctor arrived conipli-
ca'Mis had set in, and ti e patient
was in great pain. Every possible
effort was mr-de to relieve Iub suffering, but be kept on growing worse
until the end came this morning.
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from November 25th to December 2nd inclusive:
RECORD OK LOCATIONS
Fusio, Greenwood camp, relocation of Fusio, Lizzie Walsh.
Shoshone, Burnt Basin, John
Singer.
CERTIFK'ATKS OKJVOIIK.
Black Bird fraction, Wm. Raul-
ston.
Irene, Knight's camp, Herman
Hillyer: four years.
Bay Horse Fraction, Wellington
eamp, John ,1. Farrell.
CROWN ORANTS.
Lancaster (h), Wellington camp,
D. I). MoLaren to G. K. Raulston.
Sunset (all), Franklin camp, D.
Whiteside to Fred W. Reid.
Lone I'ine (|), Fninklin camp.
D. Whiteside to Fred VV. Reid.
Hot Air (|), Franklin camp, D.
Whiteside to Fred W. Reid.
•■NOT IF IT COST TEN DOLLARS
A buttle would I he   witl I   I'olsoll's
Nerviline," writer.I. A. Itutli, u farmer liAinx near Trenton, Ont. "Nerviline is the best household remedy I
know. Wu use it for stomach troubles, indigestion, headache and summer complaint, I know of nothing bet
ler to take in hot water lo break up a
cold, or to rub on for rheumatism or
neuralgia." Every farmer should keep
a few hot ties of Nerviline handy and
have smaller doctor bills. Large holies 2">c   II. K. Woodland, druggist.
Our stock of watches was never
larger or more attractive. With the
best movements that Amorica makes,
we have ahout every variety of eoso
that choice may suggest nr cire-un-
stance demand. A. I). Morrison, tho
Jewelor,
For a nice hair-cut or shave go lo
the City Barber Shop, on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c. Children's
Stock
Wu
Am
III, 1
,, vor more paBnilotp.
mil nnr iialeetlaitH "ill
mm,,!:
Silver I ue* Blioons mill
For
Silver III  Iiirllsninl
the
Little
Silver N'mikin Klnst.
s:ivi.|.-M„iuiii-ii c lis
uml IU ii.Iii-.
Ones
Silver Thimbles.
■ lull Il-il.v Plin.
Until Hraaolm.
Gold llliiB«.
,	
A.D. MORRISON
Jewt'lt-r end   Opt I oi an
GRAND FORKS.  U.C.
QIIu* totting mm
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
The Ladies of the Miiccnbeos nil
hold n Iter in the  Addisqii  iihifli
on Friday. Di inber 1(1.   Ten   will
beserved in strictly Jnpnnese style.
All kinds of home made articles, in-
oluding n liiind-piiintcil picture, will III
be oll'erecl for sale.
I\ ('. Smith, blacksmith by trade,
is requested io cnmuiunicnto with
his family in Addy, WYisli.; child is
dying.
Tiie hest gift is one  that   is  pres-
11'iitlv   pliasing  nnd will lie permanently useful.  The gift   things   that
are displayed here offer ii wide hiti-
j tude of choice nf objects that will be
prized for a lifetime. A.D Morrison,
The St. Louis World's fair closed
its mites to the public hist Wesdncs-
day, .Nov. MOth.
Anthony Gaston, who was sen-;
tended here some time ago for assaulting Wm. Muir,. has been forwarded from "Nelson to the West-|
minsler asylum.
Rlnu
I'Ulir.ISIIKD EVKItY TIUSDAV Hll FRIDAY
BVEX1NG8 ATOBANO POIIKS, U.C, BY
G. A. KVANS.
sunsoitlFTlON hates:
One i/rur....$.!.HO I Thrirmnnths.  ..10
Six months.. 1.00 \ One month JO
Advertish
cut inn.
Legal nut
Address u
1'iioNi; 55,
g rates furnisher,
ies, lOandB (Its
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER2, 111(11
If the facts in the scandal in connection with the West Hastings
bogus ballot, boxes turn out to bi* as
ugly after a thorough investigation
us they appear at present, it is quite
evident that tho Ontario authorities
will have to invent a new punishment In lit the crime. The list of
men thus far implicated includes
two parliamentary candidates, the
editor of a Liberal newspaper, a
school teacher, am! a police magistrate.
Always in good taste
nml tin- ■■! aeeo] I-
able   of   Christmas
Presents.
Vases, Berrv Rowels, Nappies,
Rui-nrnnd Cream gets, Water
I nttles. Decanters, Pitchers,
Olive, lee Cream and Celery
Trays. Vinegar or Oil. Knife
Bests, etc., nl prices es attractive as the goods themselves,
We guaranteo each piece
of our Cni Class to lie of
thohighesl possible excellence both ns In billiaiioy
inn! beauty of design,
A. D.MORRISON
Jeweler no.I   Optician
ORAND   KOIlKs,B.C,
Taylor & Fisher are busy clearing
outMcCallum's slough. At preset)'
the indications are that they will
have lo put in an ice making plant
to get any ice out/of it  this winter.
Born—In (Irami. Forks, Monday,
November 21st, 1904, to Mr. am!
Mrs. Floyd Brewster, a son.
MINING NEWS.
It is difficult to see what object
the Salt Lako City correspondent
could hbvoin booming Port Simp-
boii; nevertheless il nun- out tlmt
his interview with Sir Wilfrid
Laurier in roforence to the terminus
of the (Irand Trunk Paciflo was a
fake. Canadian news coining from
the United States always lacked reliability.
Cases are quite common v here
men nucc I in convincing both political parties thai they voted their
tickets; but Grand Forks lias a
prominent citizen win, is unable to
satisfactorily satisfy oithor the Liberal or the Conservatives thai he
voti il torthclr candidate in the re-
conl Dominion elections. This is a
char ease of political orphanage.
Woadvico ihe gentleman in, try his
argumentative powers on the So-
cialists,
lie whose business is everybody's
business liasn'i any business to have
any   business—and   lie   generally
hasn't.
Plants Hunt Projnce Ins tnity.
...   Debartm
It Is wasted effort to cultivate de-   (Vashinirton. i-
(Mi the McKinley mine, in Franklin camp, eight men are still employed under Foreman MePhcc in
driving a tunnel to tap the ledge at a
depth nl' 120 leil. The tunnel is
now ill,ri0 feet,and is it expected that
GO feet more will encounter the
ledge. Previous lo starting the tunnel a shaft was sunk from the upper
workings to determine the dip of the
ore body.
A carload of machinery, including an air compressor plant, is daily
expected to arrive in this city for
the lletts & Hesperus mine, located
on Hardy mountain.
IT'EUMONIA IS PILLING THE HOSPITALS
Every day we hear of some one be.
in;- taken with pneumonic. The only
preventative is to get strong and keep
your Ixidv healthy. Take'Ferrozone,
which makes the rich, red kind of
lined that nourishes niirl stimulates
the entire system. "I was nil run down
mill nn apt subject for pneumonia,"
writes A. 1». Charters of Burlington,
"whenI hied Ferrozone; I didn'tbe
lieve il waspossible for Ferrozone to
build me up so quickly. In a few dnys
my appetite improved, color came into
Diy cheeks and I felt stronger. I gain
ed eight pounds and regained my old
lime vigor through using Perroijpne.
Try Ferrozone, it assures health, Price
5tlc.  II. 13. Woodland, druggist.
On a reduction iu Full nml Winter
lints nnd nil kinds of Millinery! Is
fr  niiw until ihe end of  Ihe  season
ni .'li.. Gray's, Hears block, Winnipeg
avonuo, Dressmaking parlors in connection.
Claims and .Vi ompi isiimknts—
Wi' di more than jiisl pn -..,. u you
good priming—we do tl. printing
thill's Up to out promi- . \uy olliee
cub enn promise—wo exi cute. No
disappointment if we prpnnjpwork
nn a date, it's done nl thai tune.
Tin: Department   ni   Agriculture   .i
lYllsllilljrllill   i-   ||i    ;,!'!•,uit   in\<',li.;..'.i|ir
sires in  families limited to 8800 in-1 *'"• «»•«'■» bolim-lor nf certain ..,. ••..
, ,,,„   . ] R»i«uia on Hi- vt'cilrrn iinurle* win. I
comes that require SDOOU incomes to  oro kno«a ns in.-. ,i-,- is.    "Luco" h
satisfy tbem. ! Spanish sij:nil|ps rrnzy.   l.'.ill.lp nnd nth a
j snln'ftls leedlnj* unen loco-wceus suAVr ;
derancompnt of the bruin the.i pi-evonti
'I'he cold-winter prophets  arc liol   M-nrdlnntlrg movinipSts.   Smral u   a
, , belonging to  Uu-  bean   ftmllv  an.  iii
saying much at present. cJudeiUn tM» poisonous tW'gofy.   It In
teen asseltet] Mutt a single, dose of 90111
of tbesd weeds will causa ins.milv; bill
Mr. V. K. Chesmit of tiie Dennrtnienl nl
,, .  .     Affrioulture nxpresg^a tli* bollpf that M"
line ol   CUt glass ever brought into   m] *ayj ot ■,,,„„„ 3K ^|Mi,,,d to ,„„
lb,, city. I dure ,\ lit I iffi.it
W. II. liter ,v   Co. have Ihe  best
WHY CO EAST
I Ivor Ihe sim-hui'iied, sage brush
and alkali plains, when you may
just ns well hike n delightful, cool
nnd comfortable ride through Ihe
heart of ihe RoCky .Mountains in
view ol' the grandest scenery on the
American continont?
This you enn do by traveling on,
the llio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line ofthe World."
the only transcontinental lino -pass*
ing through Sail Lake City, Ulen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains east
nnd west, and afford a choice of live
distinct mutes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the'best, including five reclining chair cms.
standard and touViat-sleepors, a perfect dining ear seryiee. and also
personally conducted excursion care,
each in cnargeof u competent guide,
whose business is to look after thc
comfort of his guesls. No inore
pleasant nnd inexpensive means of
crossing the continent enn be found
than is provided hy these excursions.
For additional."details address .1.
D. Manslicld, C'-n. Agt., RioGrande
Lines, No, 121 Third Street, Portland, lire.
base of the li■ 11 or lintilt, I,ut not exceeding
luwfi'.'t. Wheae-slealii power is lined, i-lnim*
201)feet wide may bo obtain**,
uradtrltiK in tbe rivers of Mnnitnlm unit tin.
North-Went Territories, exae'utlnii tlioYuhon
Territory.—A frSe miner muy obtain ouiy
two leases »f HVe miles enoli for n term ol
twenty years, renewable tn the discretion of
Hi,. Mlnlstrrol tlm Interior.
Tliele-seeYrltflil is eonSned to tl„< sub-
 rued bed or bars of the river below low
Water nmrk, and subjeot to the rights of nil
nil 'son. win, Imve u I my rnoelveOii-
trles for bar dlitiilngs or In li clnlnuv ex-,,
will un tin. Saskatchewan river, where Ui,>
lessee muy dredge to high waterinarlion
,.I,..;. nil,tniiii. lentel I.
'llm lessee slinll hitve a dredge |n operation
»it Iii ii on,. Benson from the dale of the lease
I'm li  in ill's. I,nt n'beroaners	
Contunny bus obtained more than   lease,
uiiedredgo fur euoh flrtson miles or traction
IssulSclont.   Ueiual, JMiier n for eaoh
mill'of i in.rli I.   Royalty at the rati, of
■■■ 'neat collected on the output nfli'i' Il
rem '.I'-   li.i'i.ii.
Iiivl rlii:-  iii tlio Yukon  Territory,  six
im f ii,,- miles eaeh may Im granted to a
free mlver for n term of twenty years, also
 iwuble.
Tlm lessee's right Is confined to tin- submerged beds or inn's ii, the river below low
i water wutorinnrk, that bouudary to be fixed
. Iiy its pnsltluu «„ tin- istiln.v of August in tin,
Will'nf tn,',Into ol  Uu, lens,'.
Tlm !.' -,•,. sbnll hove < dredge in operation.within two years from tlm ilnli' i.r tlm
lenscond i  dredge for each  live miles
' ivithin six .vein's from suel) date, Septal
] sr n per mile for llrsl year, iin'l >*w lie. mile
[ foreacli iiliseniieot year.  Royalty,samo as
Placer mining in tli'e YuUoi, Territory.—.
fi It.gulol lor.oiid hill clniiiisshall not
I exceed  au feet iu lent.- lonsiircd ou tho
I liusi- line or general direction of tlm er reek
lor   gtlleli. the wiiltli   beltlg Klin to   *llii-'    All
oilier pla ■ olniin. ilinll be itl liet stiunre.
t'luims lire linn lieil l,v two lennl posts, one
I nt eaeh eiul, lieio'imr notloes Knlr.v most lie
I oluiilueil within ten dnys, if tlu, claim is
i.. itl.lt. ten miles ol iiiliiiii»' i- iilei-'s olBee,
One additional day allowed ror each addl-
I lioiuil tell miles o,' fraction.
Hie person Or company staking n olaim
 isl linlil ll fr iiiner's uortiSonte.
I   Tlio discoverer of a new mltic Is entitled t„
' ., ,'jnioi of II 'e feit III lenntli. nml if tile pnrt v
"■ -I- of two I'i" feet altogether, on tiie
oiupntof wliieh no royalty will l barged:
the rest of the party ordinary violins only.
linlrvroolM.  It, unity »t t lie rate of Hi, per
rent ou t)ie value of tin, goldslilpped from
On- Yukon Territory, to lie pniii t,, llioComp-
troll' i'.
No free iiiiuer sluill receive n grant of urn re
tlinii one mining claim tin each sepurate
river, creek or gulch, nut the same miner
mil, liolii n:i tiuuiliei' of claims bj purolmse,
nml free miners may work their olalms io I
partnership by Sting uo*]oe ami paying fee *
ol'sj. \ claim may be abandoned nttuan-
niliei' obtained on the Mime creek, unileli or
ri,cr. by givinguotloe and paying it ice.
U , rk must lie ilone on a claim eucl, year to
, he value of at iensttsiu.
A cei'tiflc .le tlmt work lias bee > dime must
lie oo,meed each year. It not. the claim
-hall l,e deem, il :,, be abandoned, and open
to occupation uud entry by a flee minor,
The boundaries of a olaim r be dell I
nbsoluleb by Inn Ing ii snrvey made luul pub-
I Hhltlgnotices in the Vnkon Olllcinl ''C/i'tte.
I'r'ii'ir.Rt^r -All unappropriated nomiio
iuu I Is iu Manitoba, tho Nortli-West Tni-i
lories and within tlte Vukun Terrilory arc
open to prospecting for petroleum, and tbe
Minister may reserve for an Individual or
compntiy ha vlug machinery on the In ml to be
res.   Should tli,.
P     P     P
Questions and
Answers
Who?
Wild nre the largest purchasers ,,f
Jewelry?
ANSV, I'.K   People Having lenitn in-
comes. Inn who me pos d of  eul.
I and good taste. TheyarouellhOr
rich in,i' poor, but nre thrifty aud
well-to do.
What ?
WHAT' kind Of jewelrv  do thevwnnt?
ANSWER—They    wnnt    nrllstlc    und
reach.  Thee goods musl he really
"high olass" in design, execution nnd
finish.
Where ?
WHKItKcansiifli dOsirnble jewelry tie
obtained?
ANSWiSR—We nre ..pBolalisti* in  ihis
line.   Our Gold Jewelry is just what
is wanted.   AIhii  Silver, KIjuiiv, (iuu
Metal, eto.
A.D. MORRISON
.Ifweler Mini Opllclnn,
OHANn   FIII'KS,   R,C
...NEW,,,
BUGKSMITH SHOP
A, H, THOMPSON, PROP.
General Blriukstnitliiiigniiil
Wagon Work. All Work
(liuirantetl.
Snop near First
STicivf.r ii,.ii.t:i:.    GfiANO FORKS, B.C.
%$§M
£
SOOxBlll feel hv
■with  t»i> lognl   I.,
ces, one Iiolioinl on
Synopsis ol Regulations innp-.-ul „f Minerals
nn nuiuloinn l.unils in Manitoba, ilia North.
West lerrlt uirssml Ihe Vflo.n It-mi  r>
CllAI,   CoOl I,mil- mn> he  Im-, d for $10
... I'lci'i, I,,,--id i riiul unit Me for ntithrurlte,
,iu uioretlinn 820 ncres can I niulrcd  lo
"n livldunlorcoinpniiy.   Itionitv nt tlm
niton  In coin, per ton ,,f 2011 pounds shall
I"' coil d nn grossutitpllt,
'.'i  oriR   I'nrsuus ,,t  nlglitcotl   years  and
over I joint »t,,ck companies holding I,	
tnillprs i-nrllliintesmay obtain ontry for i,
iiillilng I cuti, p.
-v I  inliifr's certllleate i« granted for
"' 'mornyears, inn ex ling lee, 111	
Iinyiuetit 111 ndvanee of I7.5llper annum lor
 mlivldiinl, uud  fr DO totloflper an.
iiuni for uooiupiH.y according to capital.
A    lice  miner, having  lilsooVI 1 ■   I„
place, may locate 11 H
niaritjtig out tli
I,.III in      In   nl i
Ihelnde,,,' veil
'1 he clulnisholl be recorded within fifteen
illtysif I,muted within ten miles of u   mil,in
ii"',,iil"i"snliie,.. one niltlltlonal day alltiwod
,,i  nn':, ndilltlunnl ten miles ,,i [motion.
in'' fee for rei
A, Inil.l t|.„
ni'ie.ld, tim locator miiv, up,in 1,1.
lev   innde. and   upon   comply'
 - requirements-, pluoliose
''i'.'.isi.'i'.'siV,,, innj'lmgrcnle.lbyt
nl 11m lutcrl.,r e. locnte olalms
noli   nnd   11 leu, also   cupper. In  the I'll
lei ritory. 1.1 in urea not exi ling lOilnc
The nn- t for 11 mining locution shull 1
ihlel'm thepny t of royalty ou   the Miles
!,,,, CMC,Oi,,;;   lilep, Ollt.
Plncer   Mining, Mauitoliu and tlm .Norlii-
V,,-.     lel'lilinies, iixil'|,tiiigt)ie   Villi,ill   Till'
no. ,    I'lacer mining elgltns gi rally ur
In    ..el   run111 "in,dry  fee 0.1*1,   1 wnhl
v 1,.   tl., tlm Nurtll  s'lisl.iitchi-wioi  rive
1 li.ii, -  for either Ittir or benell.the tor	
I.iiin' l'"i feet loner.uiid'extondliigbetwee
hjgil uml tow .water murk ihe latter In
eludes bur dlgpipga, bul oxtetldsbauk to th
Heavy teaming of all kinda   done
by .1. W. Jones.
Just arrived, up-to.dnto Rendy-to-
Weni's.    MissM, K. Wehh, Milliner.
I WALLACE
ii CHALMERS
1    PROP,
A FRE8U8TOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars nnd Tobacco
pni
id BDtUfactoril
or nil iii iJiiyiiiff i|iim
"■ill  such dine
A COMPLETE l.lNi; OP
niiiireu not exonedlin.MiUla'Tes.lliclildili'rHie I "V/" ^-_   -_    _     f~*  _  -.   -| --
oilwell and nucli qtlier land aanmybetlGiert - X  fTJ f\ C    8  IrtO<f5 C^s
mined, will be Bold t-i lie .liMDverer at   (lie I YYIIICIk?    VJV/V> -k.il *3
rule   of  sum an aere, Bitbleot tit royalt.v -ii |
bucIi rase as may tie Bpeoined by order-iit- 	
.IAMKS A, SMAKT,
*>".»Lt-°r.hoM..,U..rof,,,eI„,.r.or,JC0|*|  BR1DQE m pjnjj SJREETS
Dojjartmenl of tiie interim-, Ottuwu
Millinery  Goods
The largest and moat carefully
selected stuck of Fall am! Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought to Grand Forks has keen opened tip for the inspection of the
ladies of llm eity, The goods have now arrived from Win
nipeg. Correct Btylcs. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods before making
your fall purchases.   FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING jn » ection;
cTWISS M. E. WEBB
CASE BLOCK, COR. BRIDGE AND SECOND STS;
RBunis&Co.
DICA LICK'S II\ ALL   KINDS OK
FRESH CS, CURED
E A T S
FISH AM) GAME IN SKASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C. Good Things
In the Grocery Linos are always on sale in our establishment,
The spice that's nice, the pepper that's hot,
And the mustard that's lit to put in the pot.
Are among our fresh seasonings of unsurpassed purity.
Our Fine Groceries
Are known far und wide, und have an' enviable fume. He who won't
be advised can't lie helped, hut we can help you if you'll purchase our
gootl Tea Coffee, eto.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P. R, Station
CHURCH DI HECTOR V.
KNOX PRKSBYTEHIAN CHURCH Grand
Korks-J. R. Robertson, H.A., pastor
St»rvicen every Sunday at 11 tun. nni 7:81) i*
m.; Sunday soliooi nnd Hible rliiNn,  » p. in.;
Weitraltutor Guild of c. 1!., Tuesday, 8
fi.ro.
RSTMKTHODISTCHURCH   Cunmr Main
and Fltr.li (-tn.  K. Manuel, pastor. Services
every Sunday at 11 a.m. ami l.HO p.m.;
OlMB roeetiiiB at clone of momhlff t«5i-vice;
Sunday soliool and Bible class at 3-> m.i
prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock. The public is oordiaily invited.
HOtV TRINITY CHU-^H (Church of En,*-.
uoI ---J'-ind Forks, ■   *">ele, vicar-
" y Communion, 8a.™.: m0 Ins; prayer
••i-dBermon, 11 a. m.*S'iml-Vv iiool, 3 p. m.;
evef*?onff ftndser-on, 7:3 ,. m. All are
cordially luvlt-
CORNS GROW BETWEEN THE TOES
But can be cured without pain in
one day by Putnam's Corn and "Wait
Extractor. This standard remedy
neVer burns the flesh—it is entirely
vegetable in composition and does not
destroy tlio flesh. Use only Putnam's;
it's the best. H. E. Woodland, druggist.
Baths 25c at the   Palace   Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
Razor honing a specialty at   the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
LADIES WANTED.
A   Bright  Energetic Woman—
woman's work, Permanent position.
Old established business house of solid
financial standing, Salary 812 to $18
weekly, with expenses, paid each Monday direct fromheadqurtevs. Expenses
advanced. We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, (i-0 Motion Block,
Chicago, 111,
WANTED.
Special' Representative in this
county and adjoining territories to
represent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $'2\ weekly with
expense*}, paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters, Expenses
advanced; position permanent. We
furnish everything, Address. THE
COLUMBIA, 630 Monon Building,
Chicago, 111.
One might as well have no watch as
one that's fast or slow. An accurate
watch isn't necessarily an expensive
one—we have a Variety of styles at
comparatively low prices that are
guaranteed to keep good time. A. D,
Morrison.
Nicely  furnished   rooms,  with  or
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel,
To keep good time, a watch must
have a good movement—tho wise is u
matter of taste. We can supply you
with a thoroughly reliable movement
in any style or kind nf Vase yon may
havo a preference for.   A. JJ. Morrison.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
GRAND FOHKS FEDERAL LA-
bor   Union   No.   231, A.L.U.—
Meets    every    Wednesday    evening
at «S o'clock in   Federal   Union   hall,
Dan Kelly, Pres.
Jas. A. Harris, Sec.
WANTED-MEN AND WOMEN In liiin county
and ndjoiniuir territories tu represent ami
advertise an old established house of solid
financial standin-*-. Salary to men $21 weekly, to WOmeh $12 CO(18 weekly, with expenses
ndvauced each Monday by cheek direct from
headquarters. Horse and lnis.'iry furnished
when necessary; position permanent. Address, Blew liros. & Co., Iicpt. A, Monon
Bldg., Chicago, 111.
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Phone 27
Office over Hunter-
Kendrick Co. 'siStere.
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
antl our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MBHCHANT TAILUH,
QRANO FOHKS, B. C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental .Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Block.
Phone 138. Grand Forks, B. C.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINK LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICK   AND   IRONED   HY
MACHINERY,    NK\V
MEN EMPLOYED.
Next   to   Chinese   Store
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
A. MACKINTOSH
Transferring and
Light Draying
Grand Forks, B. C.
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
MINK'S
CIGAR STORE,
YALE
TRANSFER
COMPANY
Tom Peterson
Heavy and Light Draying of
all Kinds Dune Promptly. '
Driving arid Saddle Horses for
Sale or Hire.
WOOD FOR SALE
! fiHANllY BTUERT,
PiiosiwS.-). GHAND FORK'S
' Leave orders at the Palm Fruit Store.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
A Sweet Pahlok Social, igven
by Mrs. II. Hodgson in conjunction
wjth Knox Church Ladies' Aid will
he held next Wednesday evening,
Dec. 7th, at the residence ot Mrs.
Hodgson. All kinds of hoine-umde
sweets will lie offered for sale. A
select musical program will bo rendered nnd u splendid time is expected. Admission 25c. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
We guarantee every piece of our
cut glass to be genuine. \V\ II. Itter
&Co.
"Sterling" means silver of standard fineness, but is no indication of
weight or Btrength. Everything in
the rich and varied collection of
sterling silverware that you may see
here is heavy and durable—made
for use, not for show. A. D. Morrison.
Wanted—A good lady cook; $40
per month. For full particulars call
this office.
Wait for the Japanese Nightingale.
NEURALGIC HEADACHE IS USUALLY '
Attended with blinding pain, but
relief conies quickly when Nerviline is
applied, for it is the strongest pain-
reliever in the world. "J consider Nerviline a most magical remedy for neuralgia. I am subject to violent attacks," writes Mrs. E. G. Harriss of
Baltimore, "but never worry if Nerviline is in the house. The prompt relief
that Nerviline brings makes it priceless to me. A few applications never
yet failed to kill the pain. I can also
recommend Nerviline for stiffness in
tli** joints and rheumatism." Try Nerviline yovrself. Price 25c. H. E.
"Woodland, druggist.
W. H. V. CLKMKNT
JOHN D. SPENCE
CLBUHF'iSPICE
jBEirrinterH- Solicitor*,
NoturleM, tfto
Iliili'ti Muck, Corner Winnipeg Avenue tui'l
FIrnt Street,
GRAND POEKB, B. C.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
J. W.Jones
Furniture Deeiler
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived. Call and inspect them.
Also a stock of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to he sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
RIVEBSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
u
NION HOTEL AND MUSIC HALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER MEALS Served at
All Hours.    Finely Furnished llooms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
R. C. MCCDTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
filing,linn Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
RIVERSIDE  AVENUE
Opposite J. w. 'ones' furniture Store.
..THE.
Grand Forks Sun
Toronto Weekly
Mail   and
Empire
$2.10
per year
Toronto Daily
News
$2.25
per year
Subscribe   Now.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties anil specialties in Hardv frail-. Small
fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Hoses. A permanent
... situation, and territory re-
''-iserverl  for  the  right   man.
Hiy weekly.    I luiulsonieullt -
111 itee. Write for .pari ii-e-
larsaiidlsend 'lit cents for our
pocket, mieroseope. just the
thini; fo nseiii.exainitlg trees
mid plants for insects.
STONEi WELLINGTON,
FooTIIII.I. Suilslitlllis,
(Over S00 Acres) ll   fe.2 jfa
TORONTO,    • -    ONTARIO    B IIL.
BRIBER AGENTS WANTED
-*--** in each town lo lal'o orders for our uow lll^h Urado
Guaranteed Bicycles*
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete $8.75
" CoSSack," Onarantwil nigh Grado $10.75
"Siberian,'^, Aiieauty       $12.75
"Neudorf,'^mHtiu\ Racer $14.75
no better bicycle at any price.
Any ulhcr nuikc or model you want at one-third
umal price. Choice of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles.  fStrongest guarantee
We SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D» to any ono
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase is binding*
500 Second Hand Wheels ftO iA tft
t.il."ii In U.ul-' l..v our Clili'airo p lull slori (, QQ  IU Q|J
nil mnltt's and modou- good as new	
DO HOT BUY p-1^^^^*"*^ "f'" ■
FACTORY PRICES AND FREE T-MAL OFFER,
menl, sundries anil sportTbg ponds of fill kinds, nt ball rojrulat prfci
reesiimlr) catalog. Contains
rlil of useful Information, w ntc for IU
.  vuiliuinnu nuiiuui uwiiu 4i4iui4u»n«       ■ ■ ■
CYCLE CO., Chicago, III.
HE.
iS ,; c
W.K.C. MANLY
1)
...DEALER IN..
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Groceries
/ PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET V
Pacific Hotel
FlHS'l'-CI.ASS INK VERY
RESPECT.
SAMPLE ROOMS FOR
COMMERCIAL
TRAVELLERS
C. V. SLOCSCiV, Proprietor
Bar in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines, OPPOSITE O.P.R. station,
Liquors aud Cigars; GRAND FORKS, B. C
To Cure a Cold While You Sleep
TAKE WEEKS'
'BREAK-UP-MOLD' TABLETS
25 DOSES—25 CENTS
NO CURE—NO PAY
H. E. WOODLAND 3U
Remember We Have a Night Service
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
HARNNESS AND SADDLERY business on
BRIDGE   STREET g^L™
l(<.(111.m WorkH
Repairing of All Kinds n Specialty. Our Stoek is the most
complete in the Boundary dirtrict, and is being constantly
added to by the a.irival of new goods from the east.
A. A. Frechette   C&  Co.
Grand Forks, B. C.
N. D. McINTOSH
F1HST   STHISBT, OHANO   PORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware ami Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rook Prices. Largest Variety of
(Ioods in the City.
New and Second-Hand Goods
Bought and Sold. Call and Inspect .My floods. A Clival Variety
of Now Articles Constantly Kept iu Slock.
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 l . 1   /. I ORKS, C. B.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENT
The following talile gives thc ore shipments of Boundary mines for
1903, 1904. and for the past week:
WOO
(Irnnliv Mines,I'hoenix  (54,53.1
287
id.
340
Snowshoe, I'hoenix..
Brooklyn, Phoenix..,
Mother Lode. Dsadw
Sunset, Dcndwood 	
'Morrison. Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit  19,49-1
Emmii, Summit 	
Senator, ."ummit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Ilrey Fugle, Summit Camp	
No. 37, .Summit Camp	
Mountain Rose	
Winnipeg, Wellington    1,070
('olden Crown, Wellington     2,250
Athelstan. Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central...
Jewel, Long Lake	
Providence, Providence
Elkhorn, Greenwood ...
E. P. U. and Goldfinch
Miscellaneous	
1801.
231,7(12
1,721
ISO
99,034
S04
150
47,40.-)
660
1002.
309,X.r.8
20,800
100.1
393,181
74,212
141,3211
7,465
14,811
8,680
138,079
15,731
3,339
19,3(15
22,937
3(13
15,537
1,040
550
666
2,000
160
350
785
625
"482
2J175
219
2,435
5,646
993
400
167
3,380       5,8(11
325
Total,  tons..
Granby Smelter treated .
99,730
62,387
390,000
230,828
507,515 684,426
312,340 401,921
s
1900,  1901, 1903,
1004   Past Week
477,770 9,150
12,393 1,650
159,084 2,912
903 240
34.284 495
2,557 (if.
15,092 33
222
354
1,420 180
4**316 '.'.'.'.'.'.
(iiii      	
305
246
725,671 14,661
521,731 9.400
SANTA CLAUS'
HEADQUARTERS
W. H. ITTER & CO.
SANTA CLAUS'
HEADQUARTERS
Every Nook and Corner of Our Store is Filled With Xmas
Goods, Including All Kinds of Toys.
cTWechanical Toys
It would make your hair
stand on eud to see what
our Mechanical Toys
will do. They require
watching.otherwise they
would boniakingarough
house of it.
Games
Oh! say, talk about
games. In the first place
Ping-Pong is a dead
issue, and the new game
of KAN U HATCH is
at fever heat. They have
gone crazy over it. We
have also PIT alias
PANIC, Sherlock
Holmes, Flinch, Pillow
!>ex, Nationaltics and
dozens of other games.
Rattles
Other years there has
been a scarcity in this
. line, but this year we
have a very large stoek
of swell rattles — celluloid, bone, leather and
cloth covered.
Child's Tea Sets
Why they are simply
beautiful. We have ull
sizes.
Boys' Tools
We have enough sets to
supply every boy in town
Make a Piesent to your
wife or daughter of a
Mason & Risen Piano,
aSinoer Sbwino Machine  oh   a  Coi.uiim
A GliAPIlAPIIONE.
Ladies, when you come to
our storo for a STANDARD PATTERN
you ean sit down and
enjoy a Cup of Tea.
Our Chinaware
Discounts anything in the city.
And we still have a large quantity on the way, which we expert
to display about December 1st.
Sleighs and Sleds
Old Santa better lie ordering
some winter, as ho has sent us
about 100 Steel Sleighs and Sleds
Our Doll Display
is worth four bite to see, but we
don't charge anything.
Our Picture Books
Never in tbe history of Grand
Forks has there been displayed
anything  Ut equal  our stock in
this department.    It consists of
Foxv Grandpa ~\
Buster BROWN [ Scries and
Father Gcose  (Extra.
•  Mother Goose I
*  .
Picture Post Cards
Just in, some new views. We can
give you your choico of 7 scenes.
Books for Boys and Girls
We have great rafts of these, all
new, consisting of—
Blue, Grees, Yellow, Silver,
Goi.ii and Red Fairv Tales.
Grimm's Fairy Tales,
Anderson's Faiiiv Tales,
One   Syli.aui.e   HISTORY   of
Enoi.and, Russia  and Japan,
nicely illustrated.
Then we have—
The Enoi.isii Chatterbox,
Boys' Own Annual, and
Girls' Own Annual.
In Mark Twain's Books—
Tqjii Sawyer
Rouohino It
A Thamp Abroad
Huckleberry Fin, Etc.
Fur Animals
We have them, all sizes. Some
can hardly see, they are so hairy.
Xmas Cards
We have the prettiest and most
reasonable you ever Baw or
beard of.
W.H. ITTER (& CO.,
BRIDGE ST.,
Phone A115

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