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fh-rd Year.--No.>tK Q\
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, September 30, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WE
Dominion   Parliament   Dissolved, and Polling One
Month Hence.
A Short, Sharp Campaign and
Vigorous Work Will Be
Required.
After many months of weary waiting on thc part of thc electorate, thc
announcement has finally been made
thnt the Dominion parliament lias
been dissolved and that a general
election will be held throughout the
Dominion on November 3rd. Itis
probable, however, thnt iu some of
the more inaccessible ridings, where
it iB not so easy to get over the territory, the date, ns usual, will be a
little later than for the more settled
portions of the ouritry.
The announced date is about one
month earlier than was generally expected, though both political parties,
more especially in the east, have
long been making preparations, and
for the past month have been conducting an active campaign.
The short time between now and
election day will insure a very vigorous tune for the candidates to fully
state their position to their constituents, especially in this particular
d's'.rict, which extends to far distant
points.
The candidates in this riding who
will offer themselves for their coun
try's service are Duncan Koss, journalist, of Greenwood, Liberal ; Mnr
tin Burrell, nurseryman, of Grand
Forks, Conservative ; while thc Socialists have chosen as theirstandnid-
bearer Ernest Mills, a proiniuent
labor union mini, of Greenwood.
and is good returning any day up to
and including thc day following thc
close of the fair. The only exception to this general rate given by all
thc railroads is that the Spokane
Falls & Northern road and iis
branches do a little better and make
this rate a fair and a fifth for the
round trip, instead of a fare and a
third. But the most desirable rate,
and the granting of which thc railroads have shown special liberality,
is a round-trip rate of one fare good
on a certain day in each community.
The Spokane Fulls & Northern and
its branncbes sell this one fare rate
on October 4, which is the second
day of the fair.
in rniin
SUNSET  SUANTERINGS
A very pleasant farewell social
was tendered Mr. and Mrs. \V. B.
Shaw, prior to their removing to
Nelson, by the members of the
Methodist church congregation nt the
parsonage last Monday evening.
Light refreshment were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw were presented
with a beautiful fern jar and oak
stand, the gift of the congregation, as
a token of their esteem for tho tie-
parting members, Hegret is freely
expressed, by the citizens generally
as well as in church circles, at the removal from tho city of Mr. Shaw
and his family.
Lester Steel, of Nelson, is acting
for Mr. A. E. McCartney, local manager of the Vernon nnd Nelson Telephone company, who is confined in
tho Nelson general hospital with a
severe attack of typhoid fever.
Chas. Davey, a former member of
the Grand Forks baseball club, was
one ofthe Fernie team which played
Trail at the Nelson fair on Wednesday.
Railroads this year have given
two kinds of rates to the Spokane Interstate fair. The lirst is a general
excursion rate of a fare and a third.
This is good the opening day of the
fair and is good any and every day
during the fair up to the last day,
A. E. Rainey went up to Curlew
yesterday to enjoy metropolitan life.
Tbe farce-comedy "U and I,"
presented at the Biden opera house
on Wednesday night, drew a good-
sized audience, who were highly
pleased wilh thc comicalities usually dished up under this particular
brand of dramatic art. Some of
those attending were disappointed
that the advertised moving pictures
were not shown, but found consolation in the musical specialties introduced, the most pleasing of which
was a medley of popular and standard songs given by a sextette—three
ladies and three gentlemen.
Annual Harvest Home services
will be held on Sunday in Knox
church. Thc pastor will preach in
the morning, and Rev. W. R. Ross
in the evening. Special music will
be rendered, suitable to the occasion,
and the church will be decorated with
grain and Bowers. On thejfollowing
Monday evening the annual Harvest
Home supper will be given by the
ladies of Knox church in the brick
block on Bridge street. All nre cordially invited.
Mui-dnok Mackenzie wns taken to
the hospital yesterday, to recover
from nn attack of fever.
The gratifying increase in tho volume of The Sun's patronage during
past two months is doubtless due to
fact that thc citizens have come to
realize that the paper is published
on strictly honorable business methods, devoid of everything that might
be construed ns a fake.
Wrs. N. McLellan, while slicing
bread last Sunday evening, had the
inisfoi tune to nearly sever one of her
lingers.
Chief of Police Harry Shcnds will
leave for his old home in Gettysburg,
Pa., next week. This will he his
lirst visit to that place in 28 yenrs.
During his absence from Grand
Forks A. IC. Savage, chief of the lire
department, will act as chief of police, and Dan McRea will ba employed as night watchman.
Died.—In Grand Forks, 1). C, on
September 29, 1904, Leonard, infant
son of W. .1. Gallipeau, aged 4J
inontt.s. The funeral took place
Friday afternoon.
The Hewctts, who will be at the
Biden opera house on Oct. -3 and 4,
comprise Mr.and Mrs. Hcwett and
May and Edwina Hcwett. The
unanimous verdict of the press and
public is that their entertainment is
the best of its kind now on the road.
Sain of seats at Woodland's.
Big Crowd From  this  City
Pay Nelson a Reciprocal
Visit.
Everybody Was Had a Good
Time at the Exhibition.
The sixty odd people from this
city who particpated in the excursion to thc Nelson fair last Wednesday had a thoroughly enjoyable
time. The special train left the C.
P.R. station at 7 a.m., and at 11:80
the excursionists were landed nt the
depot in Nelson, but two or three
stops having been made enroute.
Shortly after arrival the visitors
were treated to a novel and gorgeous
spectacle in the form a Chinese
parade.
The fair itself proved a revelation
to the visitors. The exhibits were
all complete and of a very high
order. The fruit and mineral di. -
plays were, perhaps, the most important, the latter occupying two
long tables on the sides of the western end of the main buildings.
Other notable exhibits were ladles'
work, children's work, poultry,
vegetables, field produce, bench
show, baby show and a smelter exhibit, and all of these departments
were very good.
Thc fair has proved a great success, and Tiik Sun learns that the
major portion of the praise hcin/1
showered upon the officers of too I
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial
association is due Mr. .I.E. Amiable,
the efficient secretary of that organization, who hns planned and
worked out the details ofthe entire
exhibition.
Tin: Sux regrets that it lacks thi
space to give a detailed account of
the exhibits and attractions
The following persons composed
the Grand Forks contingent:
Mayor Jeflrey Ilaniniar, Aid. M.
R. Feeney, Aid. A. L. Clements, Aid
Wm. McNee, Geo, A. Fraser, C. A.
S. Atwood. Alex Fraser, .Mrs. Alex
Fraser, Chas. McAllister, Tom McLaughlin, Mrs. Tom McLaughlin, Gen.
Ciiapple, Mrs, Gen. Chappie, Norman
.McLellan, Norman .McLellan jr., P.
A. Z. Pine, Frank buyer, Mrs. Frank
Royer, Martin Dufour, W. Lee, John
Temple, G. A. Evans, W, II. Shaw,
Mrs. W. II. Shaw, Geo. E. Massie,
Tom Houston, Henry Couture. .1. D.
Campbell; W, B. Mower, A. Traunweiser, Gen. Traunweiser, Ed Davis,
A. H. Napper, .1. W. Rutherford,
Mrs. J. W. Rutherford, D. H. Munro, F. R. Whitwell, W. H. Itter,
Etnil Larsen, H. Archibald, W, C.
Putnam, Frank Miller, Miss Smith,
Miss Jones, Mrs. Meagher, Win.
Towe, Roy Curran, Frank Haverty,
W. T. Ross, Ole Dragne, Mr. .James,
Mr. Singer, Mr. Zabel, Mrs. Zabdl,
Alex Clunis, Prof. Hepburn, Clarence
Morgah, Miss Wood, Miss Walsh,
Mrs. S. Bowell, Mis. H. Lawrence, T.
H. Roe. N. M. letter, N. W. Letter.
nesday.^Their private car was transferred over the Kettle Valley line lo
the C.P.R. depot, and later on proceeded to Greenwood. They will remain in this district about one week.
The object of the trip is to investigate some inining|properties at Grand
Forks and Greenwood. Senator
Miller and several others of tho party
are stockholders in thc Montreal and
Boston Consolidated, which controls
six or seven mines in the (ireenwood
camp, while several others of the
party nre prospective purchasers.
One of the furnaces at the company's smelter at Boundary Falls
blew in on Wednesday, and tbe remaining furnace will also soon be in
operation. Still another furnace,
now on thc premises, will soon be
set up and operated, giving the plant
n daily capacity of 1,000 tons of ore
PAY OFFICIAL Vfi
CITY NEWS
Bert Rea, the mining man, was in
Nelson Thursday o*i business.
Holy Trinity church will hold
their annual Harvest Home Social
on Saturday, October 15th (afternoon and evening), in the brick block
on llridge street. Needlework, both
useful and ornamental, refreshments,
etc., will be on sale during thc time.
Watch for further announcements.
Two Salvation Army lassies held
nn outdoor meeting on Bridge street
street Thursday night.
Just arrived, up-to-date Rendy-to-
Wears.    MissM. E. Webb, Milliner.
The street lights have been cut off
during this week on account of the
extreme low water in the rivers,
causing a shortage of power nt both
the local nnd the Cascade plants,
Mis. II. Lnwience, of this city,
wns a judge of thc ladies' and children's work at the Nelson fair.
John Brewster, a well known
smelter employee, left yesterday
over the Great Northern for bis
former home nt Han ie, Out, but he
will stop off at Detroit, Mich., for
medical treatment.
Mrs. Smith Walker nnd children
left on Wednesday on a short vacation trip.
A   Carlos
horses eiinu
I of Okanagan  vnl ey
in on the Kettle Valley
railway Thursday, nnd went out over
the C.P.Ii. lo  the  Northwest   Icrri-
lories.
Eastern Capitalists Arrive.
A distinguished party of eastern
capitalists, headed by Senator Miller
of New York, arrived iu the eity over
the Great Northern railway on Weil-' turned to work on Friday,
Dun Nichols, C.P.R. lineman, I
lust Wednesday for a short visit to
Winnipeg.
The funeral of the lute John Mc-
Pbee, who dietl at the Cottage hospital on Tuesday morning, took
plnee yesterday from F. E. Cooper's
undertaking establishment, and was
attended by many of the deceased's
fiiends, including a number who
(■nineover from Danville to bo present at the obsequies.
investigate Tun Srx's new clubbing offer. Read our announcement on the fourth page.
The machinists' strike on the ('.P.
R. has been settled, and the men re-
Proymcial Grand Master Inspect Grand  Forks
Lodge.
Local Masons and Oddfellows
Entertain Their Respective
High Officers.
T. F. Neelnnds, of Vancouver, the
grand master of the I. O. O. F. for
British Columbia, paid an official
vsiit to Gateway lodge, No. 45, last
evening. About GO members were
present at the meeting, including
District Grand Master Holmes, of
Greenwood. One candidate w'as initiated. The grand master reviewed
the growth of Oddfellowship throughout the province during- the past
few years, showing that the order is
now the strongest, in point of numbers, on the continent. Speeches
were also made by Noble Grand
Fred Kennedy, who occupied the
chuir, and by D. G. M. Holmes. A
number of visiting brethren were
present, including J. H. Kennedy,
chief engineer of the V., V. & E.
The proceedings were brought to a
close with a sumptuous supper,
served in lavish style in the.baiur.iet
room of the hall.
W. J. Bowser, K.C., of Vancouver.
grand master of the grand lodge A.
F. it A. M. for British Columbia,
made an official visit to Harmony
lodge, No. 37, Inst .Monday evening.
Among the visitors were W. G. McMynn, district deputy grand master,
of Greenwood, and Grand Muster
Astlcy of Rossland. About 50 members nttentled tbe meeting in thc
evening. After the official business
had been finished, the visitors and
members sat down to an elaborate
spread, provided by the wives of the
local masons, in the large banqueting room of thc Oddfellows' hall, at
which a nuniher of brilliant speeches
were made. During the afternoon
a carriage drive was tendered the
visitors by the loeal members to the
various points of interest iu the
valley, and to Covert's ranch.
A Great Attraction Coming
The theatre goers of Grand Forks
have.it great dramatis treat ill store
for them in the engagement of Miss
Jessie Shirley and her popular company at the Bidoil opera house next
Friday and Saturday, October 7 and
8. This capable organization has
just closed an engagement of seventeen weeks nt the Auditorium theatre, Spokane1, where lliey have
have played to the largest houses in
the history of that theatre, alsocom-
pletitlg a short lour of this province
and the territories, playing at Nelson during the present week, Calgary two weeks, opening thc new
Lyric theatre at that place and playing to large houses nightly. They
will visit Grand Forks for two
nights, commencing October 7. The
plays to be presented by this talented little lady arc "The Prince s
of Patches" and "Cainillc." Seals
will he on sale Tuesday morning,
October 4, at Woodland's. Prices
$1.00 and 75c. Millinery  Goods
The largest and most carefully
selected stoek of Fall and Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought t<i Grand Forks has hecn opened up for the inspection of the
Indies of the city. The goods Imve now arrived from Winnipeg- Correct styles. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods before making
yourfalipurchases.   FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING in connection.
cJMISS M. E. WEBB
Case Block, Cor. Bridge and Second Streets-
0% Etotttnn £un
POLISHED EVJ'.llY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT RKAKD FORKS, B.C., BY
G. A. EVANS.
6UUSCRIITI0N RATES:
One year....,$2.00-1 Threetnonths. .50
Six months „ 1.00 | One month 20
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening Hun,
Phone 55. grand forks, b. c.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1904
Joe Martin hns announced himself us nn independent Liberal candidate for Nanaimo in thc coming
Dominion election, on November 3d.
There are a few cases of fever now
existing in the city. The cause is
attributed to the low water in the
river where thc city's supply is secured, which results in the water becoming badly tainted from the rank
vegetable matter.
At a meeting of the Canadian
Manufacturers' association i.t Montreal lust week Mr. A. C. Flumerfelt
of Grand Forks wns elected a member of the committee.
Scntor Hamden's "benefit" and
wild west show ut the race track
grounds last Wednesday afternoon
proved a howling success—from the
people's viewpoint. Thc gate receipt amounted to $1.25. One horse
race, it is reported, wns pulled olT,
but before the horses hud run half
the distance the man who occupied
the judges' stand had fallen fust
asleep. A messenger wus sent across
the half-mile track to advise the starter of the stateof affairs existing at the
finish. Thcstnrtcr walked to the grandstand with thc intention of taking
the judge's place, which he did,
but before horses reached the home
stretch he too wns fast in the arms
of Morpheus. This unfortunate occurrence renders it impossible for:
Tiik Sun to print thc official time.
The winter time servico   will go
into effect on the C.P.R on Sunday,
October 9th, nfter which date only
one transcontinental train per dny
eaeh way will be operated,
YOU HAVE INDIGESTION
And conclude, of course, that the
stomach is ut fault. Ho it is, hut there
is a cause nwuy bttck of the stotnach
that must lie reached before the stomach can lie made to do its work. The
cause is nerve disturbance or nerve
debility. First get the nerves in shape
and then the stomach will lie right
also. Fcrroxone has accomplished this
for thousands of people whose digestion was completely gone. Ferrozone
is food for the nerves and works
wonders in stomach trouble. When
digestion, appetite unci assimilation
are faulty just try Ferrozone. Itcures
thoroughly. Price 50c. H. K. Woodland, druggist.
Fashionable Fall and Winter I hits
and all kinds of Millinery at Mrs.
Gray's, Hears block, Winnipeg avenue.
Dressmaking parlors in connection.
The Records
Following arc the locations, certificate's of work, hills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, II. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from September 22d to 28th inclusive:
RECORD OK LOCATIONS.
Baltic, Hardy mountain, L. H.
Carlson.
Big Mike, Burnt Basin, Mike
Shick.
Sundown, McRae creek, Mike
Shiek.
Klondike, north fork of Kettle
river, Win. A. Pounder.
Nancy Hank, Franklin camp,
James \V. Scale.   •
Lurline, Franklin camp, Kate
Hoffman.
Asp;n, Franklin camp, Annie B.
McKinley, Geo. A. McLeod nnd
James Wilcher.
Elgin, Franklin camp, Annie B.
McKinley, Geo. A. McEeodand Jas.
Wilcher.'
Portland, Franklin camp, Annie
B. McKinley.
Blue Joint, Franklin camp, An
nie B. McKinley.
Alpine, Franklin camp, relocation
Duo, Harry McLaren.
May, Franklin camp, relocation of
Surprise, Harry McLaren.
Ax, Franklin camp, relocation of
No. 3, Peter Wolf.
I. X. ht, Sunimitcamp, relocation
of Ivanhoe, I.aughlan McLeod.
Gloucester Fraction, Gloucester
camp, Henry Ratlin and Hugh I!.
Cannon.
Galena, Summit camp, Julius
Carson and James Mcintosh.
Golden King No. 2, McKinley
camp, relocation of Blue Bell,
Henry Watlin.
Lone Pine, McKinley camp,
Henry Watlin.
Hot Air, McKinley camp, Henry
W'utlin.
Lucky Jack, Franklin camp,
Henry Watlin.
'•EHTHCATES OK WORK.
Danville, Wellington camp, Gus-
tin and Bassett.
(Iustin, Wellington camp, Gustin
and Bassett.
.Manhattan, Franklin camp, Wilcher et nl.
Monterey, Franklin eamp, Wilcher et nl.
Golden Age, Granklin camp,
Clark et al.
Hennekin, Franklin eamp, Chisholm ct al.
Verde, Franklin camp, C. N. Mar-
don.
White Bear, Gloucester camp,
Watlin et al.
Tiger, Gloucester camp, Watlin
ejal.
Wavcriv, Franklin camp, Geo. 15.
Massie,
Mountain Eion, Watlin et al.
TRANSFERS;
No. 10 Fraction (all), Summit
camp, James F. Cunningham to
Hall Mining & Smelting Go., Ltd.
DIZZY HEADACHES ARE CAUSED
Nine times out of ten by constipation, but can be cured quickly by
Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and
Butternut. For ronstipated headache
and liver complaint use onlv Dr. Ham
ilton's Pills. Price 25c. H. E. Woodland, druggist.
B
IDEN OPERA HOUSE
LEW JOHNSON, MANAGER.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT
ltH0 JpBHtP
AND 11 Kit
COMPANY
Two Nights
Starting
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7
Friday, Oct. 7	
 "The Princess of Patehcss'
Saturday, Oct. 8 "Catnille'
Seats on Sale  Wednesday, Oct.  5, at
Woodland's Drug Store.
PRICES   -   $1.00 AND 75c
Of Edwina, in "The Burglar's
Daughter," the curtain-raiser for the
Great Hcwett, Rev. Beckett of Chicago says: Bessie's burglar teaches
a better moral regarding temperance
than any sermon I can preach. All
church members should see this,
and by all means bring the children.
Biden opera house, Oct. 3 and 4.
Seats on sale at Woodland's.
Baths 25 cents at thc Palace Barber
Shop.
LADIES WANTED.
A BitioiiT Enerqetio 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 from headipirters. Expenses
advanced. We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, BiO Monon Block,
Chicago, 111.
Heavy teaming nf all  kinds done
by J. W. Jones.
The Great Hewett, America's
clever illusionist, will be ut the
Biden opera house October 8 and 4,
He produces a variety nf nets skilfully handled, among which may
be mentioned as the most startling
the disappearance of a grown person from Ihe stage in full view of the
audience, nnd levltatinn, or asleep
in mid-air, ns the most beautiful
illusion ever invented.
Harvest Thanksgiving.
Harvest thanksgiving services
will he held in Holy Trinity church,
Grand   Forks,   ou    Sunday   next,
October 2.
11 a. in.—Matins and Holy Communion.
Processional Hymn—"Come Ye
Thankful People, Come." No. 882.
Venite—li. Aldrieh.
Te Dettin- -Loud—Beethoven.
Jubilate—Henley.
Hymn—"We Pray Thee." No. .'121.
Kyrie Eleison—Gilbert.
Gloria tihi—Short.
Hymn—"We Plough the Fields."
No. 383.
Sermon.
Offertory—Anthem, "The Earth is
tho Lord's," Simper.
Sanctus—Cainidge.
Agnus Dei—T. Adams.
Gloria in Excelsis—Old chant.
Recessional Hymn—"O Lord of
Heav'n." No. 365.
7:30 P. M.—Evensono.
Hymn—"Praise, O Praise Our God
antl King." No. 381.
Magnilicat—Jacobs.
Nunc Dimittis—Cooper.
Anthem—"Thc Earth is the Lords,"
Simper.
Hymn—"We Plough the Fields."
No. 383.
Sermon.
Offertory—Doxology.
Vesper llyinnn—Ball.
Recessional Hymn—"The Day Thnn
Savest." No. 477.
"You're next" at the Palace Barber Shop.
See Donaldson's fruit before you
buy. He handles the best fruit
money will buy.
Nicely  furnished   rooms,   with  or
without board, at the Winnijieg hotel.
WM. F. NEWTON
A FRESH STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A handsomely fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
vOR   SALE
GOOD DRY
WOOD
Delivered to any fl A  PfJ C.  O,   D.
part uf tin-city    UTljU per  Cord.
Send in your orders
in advance, ns we are
always busy.
W, GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P.O.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
W      JONN PETERSON, PROP.
Finest brands of . . .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NEAR C. I', it. STATION,
Grarid   Forks. B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and sur-
rouwling territory to represent
CANADA'S 6REATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses, A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for tiie right man.
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
'fitfree. Write for particulars and^end 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE tt WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nuuskkies,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,     -    -    -    ONTARIO
Harness Shop
Wo have opened up in the
HARNNKSS AND SADDLERY business on
BottlliiK WorkH
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our Stock is the most
complete in the Boundary dirtrict, and is being constantly
added to by thea.irival of new goods from'the east.
A. A. Frechette   C&  Co.
Grand Forks. B. C.
Granby Hotel
Most Conveniently Located Hotel
in the Citv. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
Bur Supplied with the
Finest Brands of
WINES, LIQUOltS
/     AND C1UARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOAKD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
FRESH <& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
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G
THE
COZIEST
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
PltOPUlETOR.
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC
FANS
IN   EVEItY
CORNER ii
Daiiy^ Arrivals
of m^Or^T-TTPTT-TQ By■ buyihg in moderate Quantities
&   KJI\KJ\^CI\i.C.O ,„'„, „'lkillg quick ),.,ios ou, 8tock
is al.vays kept lresh.   Our Prices, too, urn ALL RIGHT.
I?!? T TTT TATPC The time put no vour winter's sun-
r rvuii j Arc:*) ply ,lf £m „'„/„„„ ,,ri.iml  u'.e
curry ft lajge stock of jars,    All sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES S^^K
in these lines is complete.    It uilll puy you to inspect our goods
hefore Inlying elsewhere.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P, R. Station.
R. C. MCCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, (inn Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
WimlowB.
Riverside   Avenue,
Opposite J. W. Jotteti' Furniture Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
Regulating and Adjusting a
Specialty.    Good work
promptly done hy
A.   D.   MORRISON,
Jeweler unci Optlctan-
UKAND    KOKK, H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEH
CIGAR STORE.
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles and
win guarantee you sivtiafttction,
and nur prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
UBUOIMMT TAILOR*
(IRANI* PORKtti Bi C
Dr   FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate nf Philadelphia Denial
College.
Olliee over Hunter-
Phone 27. Kendriok Go,'s Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Ooniplctc Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
WHY fit) EAST
Over the sun-luirncd, sage bruali
and alkali plains, when you may
just as well tnkc u delightful, cool
mul comfortable ride through the
heart of ihe Rocky Mountains in
view of tlm grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of the World,"
the only transcontinental line passing through Suit Lake City, (Kenwood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Tlnve daily express trains make
close conneStiohs with all trains cast
and west, and afford a choice of live
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the hest, including free reclining chair cars.
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car service; antl also
personally conducted excursion ears,
each in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address .1.
D. Jlansticld, (ien. Agt., RioGrondc
Lines, Xo. 124 Third Street, Portland. Ore.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia,
Olliee ill .Megaw Block.
Phone I.'in.       Grand Forks, ll.C.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
fine laundering.
collars, cuffs   and
shirts Washed clean and
NICE  AND IltONED BY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EM PLOYED.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the ChioOjG,
Milwaukee & St. Paul liailwwkipwn
all over tin* Union as the giv-it rail
way running tin- "Pioneer Limited"
trains i-wry day ami night between yt.
Paul and Chicago, nnd Omaha ami
Cheagn. "The only perfect trains in
the world," Understand: (Jmmec-
fclons an' mud*) with All Tiansciniti
ncntal Lines, assuring tu passengers
the hest Bervice Known. Luxurious
coaehi's, electric lights, strain heat, of
a verity equaled bv no other line.
Sn* that*your ticket reads via ".The
Milwaukee' when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
11. L. Ford; U.S. Ro'wej
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      flen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Ore.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX  PBK8UYTBRIAN   OHUHOH,* Orand
1    Portu-J.   K.   Kni.oiiM.il.   li.A.,   uaitor,
.   Servlceievory Sunday at 11 a.m. ant 7:su p.
I    iu.;riui-diir Helmut mid Blbleclau, a p, m.i
VVebtitilitttter Guild ol  0.  ft., Tueuday, 8
p.m.
PIRSTMBTHUDIBTCHUKUH   Vnnmr Main
i mi.i....   ,j  pi HettH.paBtor. SeVvloei
(I   7,;io i'.in
WANTED.
Specul Representative in this
county and adjoining territories tu
represent and advertise un old estiili-
lislipil business house uf solid financial
standing. .Salary $JI weekly with
etpenses, paitl each Monday by check
direot from headquarters. Expenses
advanced; position permanent, ^'e
furnish everything. Address. THE
COLUMBIA, Ct30 Monon Building,
Chicago, 111.
For Sale—South   African    War
Scrips.    Apply at this office.
o««4««*«*«a«*o»««AS*a««6««««i>**«e0*«««
Fur a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c.
"The best is the cheapest," is an
old truism, and it is more so with
fruit thnn anything else. The best
will always be found at Donaldson's.
1711 II \T  T" »•'''•<'" i-"""1 liai"1-
lllfl II   1     TotyiM-nrit...
mull I    Tt, writeutiorttijml.
Von tin!   tli",, nlwnyfl spniri. a good position.
Tin, befit iiliiop is at
THE BLAIR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Cntatoitlie Vrce. SPOKANE, WASH.
NOTICE
NOTIOR 18 HBRPBY GIVEN THAT THK
Qo-parfneral-ip heretofore existing between tlit-iindnisiuMiRfl a*.libteUteepersiti the
Pacific Hutcl. Grand I'V-I**. n (' , under tiie
firm Hum*, of Slo-.-jo & D-miild, has been thi*
day dissolved b.v mutual Mii'Mtij. All debt*.
due the snid firm nr-> t<i be tmld to 0. V.
S|od(iy, nnd nil imrtnerithln di l.rf** accounted
for to tlie firm ara to be nnH by Mm.
(7 V. -I.OGOY.
THOS, DONALD.
Wlttlf-gil    I.. K. Uobbmoh.
Dated this 12th day »f September, 1(K)4.
Auction Sale.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
UNDER AM) HV VIRTUE OP THE POWER
nl s >if I'lintiiMif i in ncetlnhi vr<-ft (*■■■,*■ e,
which will be produced at Hie ttineo' sale,
there will be ofFmed for Hale by
PDBFiTC AUCTION
nt the Court House, Grand   Korku, at tho
hour of JtlsW in the forenooti nn
SATURDAY, 1st OCTOBER, 1904,
the followinir desirable residence property
In (iratnl Porks, iiiiinely-
LutNumber Three, in Blook  Five,  I'lau
Piftv-two.
On the iirniierty In said to In* a well-built
and commodious dwelling; louse.
Por terms and conditions apply to
OLEMIvNT A SI'KNCK,
Biden Dloolt, Grand Ltirhi,
S*illeltnriifurllqrt|rflir6ai.
Dated September lOtli, 11)04,
W
O
O
D
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
u
NION HOTEL AND-MU5IC 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, Dinirig-moiu Chairs,
Tablesand Sofas just arrived. Call and inspect them.
Also a stock of Blankets, Ijuilts, 'Pillows, etc., to lie soltl
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue
Grand Forks
I
IS
§j   Commercial   $
m m
Mortgage Sale.
UNDER AM) HV VIKTL i; OP THK POWEB
ofSole oontnlned itiaoertain Mortflrnne,
which will if 1,1-tt iti.i'.ii,t tlmoof Sulo,there
will heoffered for sale by Public Auction, hy
SATUROAY. THEFiRST DAY OF OCT., 1904,
at eleven o'clock in tin- forenoon, at the
Qotirt rlouse Ornod l-'orhx, tliat 1 rop irty
iltuated in thi- City of'Qriiml Boilw, > •!
o itposoil -.r r,ot NnmbB>Two, in BI -h
Nu .I'fir Pourteeiueeoordliigto UapTwenty-
ir -i' of the -aid city.
Un tht> property i- said to bo thn two story
iHiildiu-?  ionly  known  to the   Miner
lloilMf*.
For   tfi-ins   mid   onndl'jqilfl   Apply  to   the
MA0DO<KLL,AIoMASTBH A (JliAUY.
SI ronifp street. Toronto. Ont.
Dated tliis  2 li dny ol Sei tt mhei. V.iH.
Printing
s
1
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTIOK.
PKKR Mineral CMn; .ItHnli In tin' Orotlil
Fori.«  Mltihttt  Dlvi.l .f  Kale DUtrlet.
Wliere located;   In Uiii'tit Ra.ln,
TAKK MITIt'K that I   Kt th  I..   Unmet,
I of Dnulaml, B. r.. axi'tit for Koberl li,
Crttwftirtl, Pfee Ml •'. Certiorate No, l*7578Bt
.■'mil   Ian';...   Free   Miner'. I'i'i'li lie   No,
\w%antUnhii Shaw, 1 ree Mi ■'. cefllfl.
.■nt^ So I'WMin, liftenil, .Ixty tlaya from tho
■late hereul milv to the Mlnin... Keeonlet
r.,r it Certificate of [inoriivemente, for the
oitroo.e of filjtiiiltlnir a t town Grant ,,f tho
above Halm.
Anil fnit!i,<i-ti,k,  ir tlmt actio Un
Seotion 87, in".1 I nnme I before the
hanni fmi, litVrtilii.it..n[ [fflprnvemeutl.
Dm-.I llii, twelfth larofjilly, (.0 IMI.
Kl'.N.VliTtj I. HUlt.NHT, I'.L.S
m
tAt
i
I We Sun Office |
und Kiltlist	
every Siinilny at II a  «■■..    ..     ,	
eta*.;-incfiiitir nt dose of morning sorvtoe;
Sunday sohool and Bible tflatsnt Kp. ra.j
prayer mOflthiK every Thursday cveidn-f
ut 8 O'clook. The puliiieU cordially invite ,.
HOLY TRINITYCHUHL'U (Ohuriili «'f Uinr*
luinU. Grand  Forks, Henry Steele, vlour-
ui../' .,..1..,,   M n    i»   -  tn 1 nit i ttir
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE,
'I'd thn   "mi.i'iI nf l.leen.tllff I' mtnl r„
In anil r.. 1 fit., nltli'unil Fork..
NOTI   li   i.   herein   ulvon thnl tl tiller-
■Ivtnnlalll.at t1 M imetlni,     f the
Hi,aid „f 1.1,'oii.lttii Comml..loner. fo'- tlm
City nf Uniinl lull.. aii|il> lor ut.,ili-(or
i,[ the   llnlrl l.ii'i'ii'i.   iriniiti'il   lilt .1 1
tlie-VVitmliiPi.'," Wlniiliieit avenue. Oraml
Porh., frimi  lu.'tit l-.niii l.niM'ii.
Dntolni t.nniil i oriti, ll.li., HiUStlitlayof
Ai.l'O.I. II'M.
N MOIAN JAtliSIIN.
GUAM)   I'OIIK.S KKIli'.IIAi.  !,,\-
l«,r   Union   No.   2S\,  A:I/.Ui—
Mi'i'ts    every    Worlnenday    evening
nt i o'clock in   1'i'li'i'nl   Union   hall.
Ins  Kki.i.v, IVs.
Jas. A. IIaiiiiin Sue.
. II   l*. CI.K U.Vl-
I), unum  rorus, neniy niuoii.
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.i nioriiint' prayer
ftlidsermon, ll a. iii.;Mindtiysehool,3p.
BVfiiiiotig and sermon. 1 ;:iu i>. 111.   All
cordially invited.
are
CLIISI it SPICK
Borrlt-.lt*th, Solicitor**,
NnuirluM, Kto
! Illden IMock, Corner *yiiinl|»e« Avenue nnd
Kirnl Sireet,
R1DERAGENTSWANTED
In eat-h town to take orders for oui* new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Belllse," Complete $8.75
" COSSack," fiuarani. .-'I HWi CrauV $10.75
"Siberian," A Beauty $12.75
"Neudorf," Road Racer $14.75
no better bicyelo at any price.
Any oilier make or modd yon. want nt one-third
xtsuul price. Choleo of any standard tires antl best
equipment on all our bicycles.   Strongest guarantee.
Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL C. 0. D. to any one
without a cent deposit aid allow 10 DAYS FREE
TRIAL beforo purchase is bintlinj.',
500 Second Hand Wheels -J>« .  *o
talc, it Itl li ml" by our Chirnno retail stoma, Ow *" Q V
all inulo'i. null lumhils, pootl as now	
MIJflT DIIV ft tilryrlo until son hftva wrllcn for our
NUI   HUT   FACTOHV PRICES AND FHI.F  I' Hi. till i
.   -J, eouipmenl. sundriee nnrl sportllur pooils of all Minis, nl, Inilf regular prlc..
In ourbigfreo sonilry catalog, tion u^ns nwirlihif OM.ful Infi'it'int inn. Wrlti
(jKAMI I'lltKS, II. C.
CYCLE CO., Chicago, III. /
Wednesday, October 5th
WILL BE
BRITISH COLUMBIA BAY
\ AT THE
Spokane Interstate Fair
Railroad Tickets enn be purchased at ONE FARE l'Oli
THK HOUND TRIP on Tuesday, Out. 1th, good returning
until Oct. 10th.
Band Concert by Fifth Regjutent RpyaJ British Artillery
Band of Victoria, B. C.
Big Vaudeville Program in Front of Grand Stand.
Six Exciting Races, |2,50Q in Purses.
Send for Race Program.
ROBT. H, GOSGROVE, Sec. and Mgr.
SPOKANE, WASH.
^
W.K.C. MANLY
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings
The first consignment of » n        . « ^«
largeand up-to-date stock of DOOlS andbllOeS        J
/ PHONE 6
Just Received.
BRIDGE STREET \
Pacific Hotel
C. V. 8LOOOY, Monauer
Mar in C'onnt'etion:
Finest Brands Wines, OPPOSITE r;.r,u. STATION,
Liquors and Cigars; GRAND FORK'S, B. C.
FIIIST-OLASS INK VH1IV
RESPECT.
SAMPLE ItooMS Fill!
COMMERCIAL
TRAVELLERS
%S\   '
\ PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
KODAKS
Developing
and
Printig
yf
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13                     FIRST STHEI
:t               ^*\,
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   8THKBT. I'.KANI)   I'DUKS
A Complete Line tit Furniture, Hardware anil Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bcd-Rock Prices. Largent Variety of
floods in the City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought antl Sold. Call und Inspect My floods. A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY,
SEE MAC FOR DARGAINS
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, fi. C.
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for   1900, 1001, 1903,
1003, 1904, and for tliepast week:
WOO       1001.        1002.        100:1        1004    Post Week
Granby Mines,I'liocnix  6*1,533   281,702   309,858   303,1X1    400,070     11,870
Snowshoe I'hoenix       297       1,721     20,800    74,212        	
Mother Lode, Deadwood     .1,340    99,084   141,32(1    138,079   182,736       8,616
Sunset, Deadwood   SP       7,4f..r>     15,781        	
MorriBon, Dcndwood  150                3,339        	
B. O, Mine, Summit  19,494     47,405     14,811     19,8(15        	
Emma, Summit  660       8,530     22,937     26,868       1,188
Senator, .Summit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Hrcy Fogle, Summit Camp	
N6. 37, Summit Camp	
Mountain Rose	
Winnipeg, Wellington    1,070
(Inldcn Crown, Wellington     2,250
Atlielstiin. Wellington     1,200-
No. 7 Mine, Control	
City of .Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, LoiiK Luke         100
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. 1'. U. and Goldfinch	
II iscelliineiuis     8,880
Total,  tons	
Granby Smelter treated
99,780
62,387
CONSUMPTION IS SCOURGING CANADA
Year by year tie White Plage
steadily gains headway, and why! lie-
euuse careless people let their colds
run into catarrh, whioh in turn be-
rtinics consumption. Victims of catarrh needn't-be discouraged, for fragrant, healing Catarrhozone permanently cures every typt*f<if catarrh.
The soothing vapor of Catarrhozone
immediately kills the germs that cause
catarrh und prevents them from agaiti
entering the system. Relief will be
quick; cure will be certain,[absolute
freedom from nny truce of catarrh follows the" use"of Catarrhozone. It is a
scientific remedy   wurrullted   to  cure
ig trouble, bronchitis antl catarrh.
Cure guaranteed with two nunitus'
treatment.    Price $1.00; Sample size
:.   11. K. .Woodland, drumris't.
..THE..
n
Grand Forks Sun
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked.
American Roy  2
Ben-Hur .'  _'j
Iliad; Tail  .'1
Canadian Gold Fields ii
Cnril>.»i|(.McK.)cx-div. li
Centre Star  25
Denoro Mines  22
Fairview  3
Fisher Maiden  3
Giant  2
Granby Consolidated.$4.28
fttornlng Glory  11
Mountain Lion  11
North Star(E, K.)... 5.
Payne  10
Quilp  15
llambler-Cariboo  22 A
Sun Poil  2J
.Sullivan  DJ
Tom Thumb./  2
War Eagle Con  II
Waterloo (assess, ptl). 1.1
WhiteBear "     " ., T.l
Bid
I i
88.6
1
10
I
:U
SLIGHT Rf RAINS GROW WORSE
Unless promptly treated. The great
strength of Nerviline enabled it to
quickly cure ull manner of sprainsand
strains. "1 sprained my wrist,"writes
Leonard E, Milford ' of Rockland,
"while working in the mill but had to
lay oil', it became so painful and
swelled, I rubbed my wrist thoroughly with Nerviline twice it day and put
on a bandago, The pain soon went
away un I fl'Oqi cut rubbing with Nerviline soon cured. Nerviline is un
tloilhteilly an excellent 1 n'mciil anil
the best pain reliever I ever used."
Nerviline certainly is extra good.
Price 25c, II. li, Woodland, druggist.
The question: What will we have
(or dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice cream.   Phone 04,
Now is the time t.i bring In your
bicycle und get it repaired antl put in
hape for the wheeling season. Gko,
Ciiai'i'i.k, Bioyole Dealer and Repairer.
Coming Events
Nelson Fair, September 28th ami
29th.   ■
Spokane interstate Fair, October
3 to 9:
Provincial Exhibition, Vitooria,|
September 27th to October 1st.
The very best smokers in town at
Donldson's, La rge range from which
to ehooso.    Get our prices by the box
Toronto Weekly
Hail   and
Empire
noil
$2.10
per year
Trial Trip subscriptions for
The Weekly Mail ami Empire,
In Ik1 mailed to any address
in Canada, Great Hritain or
the United Slates, up to Jan.
1, 1905, can now he made at
this office fi»r 15 cent. Trial
trip subscription* from  Nov.
1 to Jan, 1 will bo  L0 cents.
New subscribers to Tiik Sun
and Weekly .Mail and Umpire
from present date will be entitled to receive both papers
until Jan. 1, 1900, for $2-10.
All yearly subscriptions will
receive either the "Victoria
Cross" autogravure ocjiho new
"Atlas of Canada und the
Continents of the World,"
whioh will he published by
Messrs. Hand it .MeNally
especially for the Mail and
Empire.
The atlas will contain the latest maps of the world, Dominion of Canada and the provinces, Asia, Africa, United
States and South America,
with marginal index. The
large maps are 22x1*1 inehes iu
size and printed on tine calendered paper, Price per copy 50
cents. At regular rates the
two papers and atlas would
cost as follows:
Sun, balance of year $   .50
"    tor 1005...'.     2.00
Weekly, for balance of year       .25
"        for 1005       1.00
Atlas 50
Toronto Daily
News
84.26
ALL FOR 82.10.
Can you heat it?
$2.25
per year
A radical change from old
methods nnd prices hns heen
made by the Toronto Daily
.News. The eyeH of the news-
nvper world have been upon
The News for the past year,
during which time Severn I
departures have been made
which have given tlmt paper
a widespread reputation fiiren-
terprise antl originality, This
late, t move is to place Tbe
News at tho price of 81.(1(1
a year by mail. Only a deep-
founded belief in the future
success of The News could
lend the publishers to make
such a reduction in price.
But just as the dollar magazine 1ms taken hold of the
people, so, we venture to predict, The News   will   secure
ii vast mill over-inoronsim*
circiil t on, based not only o i
the popular price lit which
it is sold, but mainly upon
the in rinsin merits of the
paper.
Wc have arrangements concluded whioh enables us to
club the Toronto-News with
our own paper at 82.26 a year
in advance. Such a com-
bin tion presents many
unique features—our semi-
weekly giving you all the
home an~l district news, nnd
the big 12-page daily keeping
you in touch with events nil
over the world. Send us your
subscription to The News, or
if you would like to see the
paper lirst, write us antl wo
will secure a sample copy.
Subscribe   Now.
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