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TWICE-A-WEEK
Third Year.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, December 4, 1903
No. 10
An Artistic Success
The Concert and Dance Last Night an
Enjoyable Affair.
want to be happy on the evening of
December 17th you can he hy going to bear this company's entertainment at the Biden opera house.
Busy at Volcanic
Phil McDonald, one of   the piin-
eipic ownemotthe Eikhom mine, |-jhg Dominion Copper Company Raises
in Providence camp, was a visitor in I Jri *       •>
tho   city   this week.    He  left   for ■
Greenwood yesterday.
The Attendance Was Not as Large as It Shnuld Have
Been, But Those Present Praise the Cosgrove Company.
The Cosgrove company gave a
splendid entertainment in the Biden
opera house last night. The attendance was not as large as it should
have been, hut those who did attend
are loud in their praises of the Cos-
groves. The reserved seats were
fairly well filled, hut the hack part
of the hall was unoccuped. After
the entertainment about 'lb couples
remained for the dance, which was
a very enjoyable one. The music
furnished   hy   the (,'ogmves for the
'occasion was excellent. The committee   composed of Dr. Kingston,
jA. L. Clements, I, A. Dinsmore and
D. D. Munro report that the proceeds, over and above the guarantee,
| will only amount 'to about $8.00.
These gentlemen deserve the thanks
of the citizens lor the energetic man-
i net'in whioh they labored to make
tbe affair a success. It is to lie regretted that the receipts were not
larger, as tbe proceeds were to go towards the building of a skating anil
curling rink in this city.
SAL'NTKKINGS
Rev. J. R. flobortsnn, B. A., will
deliver his lecture, "The Religious
Life of Canada, Past and Present," in
Knox church next Monday,evening,
Dec. 7th, under the auspices of Knox
Church Session and Managing
Hoard The lecture is said to be of
absorbing interest, treating, as it
docs, of over 400 years of thrilling
religious experience. Tbe points of
special interest are: The religious
life of tbe mound builders and Indians; tbe religion of the early discoverers and colonists; the labors
of tbe Jesuit missionaries; the Protestant and Romttn Catholic struggle
for possession; the conflict over the
famous Quebec Act; the conflict over
thc "Clergy Reserves" and "Jesuits'
Estates;" the beginnings, growth
and present standing of tbe great
religious bodies of Canada. Rev. J.
F, Betts will act as chairman. An
admission fee of oO cents will be
charged. Tbe proceeds of the lee-,
ture will be applied on the church
property.
scries of Sunday evening sermons
now in course of delivery upon
"The Soul, and Some of the Laws
by Which it is Governed."   All are
cordially invited to come.
Win. Qraham's two bears will he
raffled at the Bodega saloon next
Thursday, Dec. 10th, at 8 p. 111.
Savauk-Dui.n'Iii.k—A. E. Savage,
(Irand Porks' popular lire chief, was
married last Wednesday evening at
S o'clock to Miss Brlndle, sister of
Mrs. John Roland. Tbe wedding
Ceremony look place at the residence
of tbe bride's sister, and was attended by the friends of both tbe contracting parlies. Rev. J. R. Robertson
tied the knot that made the lpppy
couple one, alter which they all sat
down to a sumptuous supper, the
bride and groom being heartily congratulated by all present. Mr. and
and Mrs. Savage were the recipients
of numerous handsome and valuable
presents.
Both services in thc Methodist
church next Sunday will he conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. K.
Betts. The morning subje'ot will be,
"Walking With God." For the
evening sermon bis subject will be,
"Negative and Positive Capabilities
of the Soul,"   being the sixth inn
The quarantine placed on houses
infected with sca.dct fever will be removed in tbe course of a week, as no
new eases have broken out, and
those who at first contracted the disease have nearly recovered. Dr.
Kingston, Ihe city health officer, is
lo be congratulated for his efficient
handl'ng of the outbreak and for the
prompt steps taken to stamp it nut.
Joseph Wiseman, who was severely injured at Fisherman during
the early part of the week, is re-
norted to he doing nicely. Ifci
now at bis ranch below Ihe oity.
Rev. M. 1). McKec, of Greenwood,
will preach iu Knox church morning and evening next Sunday, Rev.
J.R. Robertson will take the services
in Greenwood.
The Presbytery of .Kootenay will
meet in Greenwood next Wednesday, Dee. fl, for the purpose of in-
dueling Rev. M. D. McKec into Ihe
pastoral charge of the Presbyterian
church of that eity.
Miss Cosgrove, the milliner, returned yesterday from a business
trip to Phoenix and (Ircenwood.
Music hath charms to soothe a
savage, no doubt; but the Schubert
Symphony Club arc not traveling
for the express purpose of soothing
savages. Neither are they trying lo
educate tbe people.    Tbey   are  en
tumbling the public, and in a manner that is thoroughly cnjoyabli
from first to last. Their program is
full of novelty an artistic elegance,
besides giving our readers many opportunities lo indulge in the world-
famous   American   laugh.    If you
Dr. E. C. Arthur, of Nelson, B.C.,
grand master of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows for thc province of British Columbia, will pay
an official visit to Gateway Lodge
No. 46, next Wednesday evening;
Dee. 9th. All members and visiting brothers arc cordially invited lo
be present.
Tin: Sex is being recognized as a
first-class advertising niodium by all
the up-to-date business men of the
city. Each issue new advertisements
appear in its columns. Special attention is called to the ads. of Geo.
E. Massic, tbe tailor; White Bros.,
Jell' Davis A Co. and N. McLellan in
this iasue.
The Salary By-Law Passed in
Committee  of the
Whole.
The regular meeting of the city
council was held in tbe council
chamber Monday evening. Those
present were Mayor Rurrell, Aid.
Martin, McLellan, McCallum, Gaw
and Feeney.
A communication  was  received
I'r  M. .1. Taylor, pointingnul  Ihe
need of a sidewalk on the west sid'
of Second street, between Winiiipo,
avenue and Victoria street. Tbe
cliair'iian of Ihe board of works WHS
i istructed to lay an eight-foot wa'k
if tbe properly owners were willill"
in pay for ihe same, a d if not, to
lay a two-foot walk at thc expense
of the oity.
All accounts were ordered paid.
The chairman of the health and
relief committee was authorized to
arrange for the care of Mrs. Sounic
('alter and report at the next meet
ing.
Most of the time of Ihe evptoing
was taken up with the discussion of
the salary by-law. Some of the aldermen turned a trick on Aid. McLellan by amending bis by-law, providing for a remuneration fur tin
mayor, so thai il authorizes each
member of the council to draw n
salary of $8 for each regular meeting
iilli'inleil by them during their
tenuro ololliee. After putting Aid.
McLellan in the chair to consider
tic by-law in committee of the
whole, a vote was taken on it, which
resulted as follows: In favor of bylaw, the mayor, Aid. Feeney and
Caw; opposed, Aid. Martin and McCallum. Aid. Peterson was absent,
The by-law will be finally disposed
of al the next regular meeting.
A special meeting of the council
was lulil on Tuesday at 2 p. in.,
when the lax sale by-law was reconsidered and finally passed.
Messrs, .May ami Hannington were
appointed auditors to audit tbe city
books for the year 1908, for which
the will receive $150.
Some Cash.
Half the Amount Will Liquidate Indebtedness, and Balance
Will Probably Be Used as a Working Fund.
Mining Notes.
Everything is now ready to start
operations at the Volcanio mine.
During the week the machinery in
connection with the diamond drill
lias been put in position, and a start
will be made tomorrow or Monday
at the latest. Mr. Boyles, of Spokane, will superintend the work in
connection with the drills. In a
week or ten days everything at the
mine-will bo in shape to prosecute
work during the winter months.
Outbuildings, bunk houses, and all
other necessary structures will be
erected. Great things arc now being
looked forward to at this  property.
* *   *
The second slag locomotive for the
i iranby smelter arrived in this eity
during the week, and it is now being
added to the working equipment of
■he plant. It is known as Granby
Ml. -2.
* *   *
A e v months ago, at a meeting
if the Dominion Copper Co., held at
'oronto, it was decided to issue
bonds to tbe amount of $100,000.
This amount was supposed to heap-
plied to paying oil'the Indebtedness
■I' tbe corporation, something like
850,000, and the balance was a
working fund. Within a few days
he papers have been filed by which
Ihe company has given a chattel
mortgage for the sum of 81(10,000
ii tho National Trust Co,, of Toronto, presumbbly to secure the
bonds. Whether this transaction
ivill have the effect of resuming
operations at the company's mines,
the Brooklyn, Stemwinder, Idaho,
Rawhide, etc., etc., in Phoenix camp,
.Iocs not yet appear Ut the public.
But it is not unreasonable lo believe
thi re is something in the wind. As
the properties have now  been   idle
Iwo years, and as it is known tbat
Ihe large bodies of ore already
blocked out are desired by tbe smelters, somethingdeflflito is likely to
iranspirc in the nenr future. It is
known thai arrangements have been
made for the laying out of the balance of tin' slecl on the already
graded spurs, so as to reach thc
dumps of Ihe Brooklyn aud Stem-
winder mines.
* *   *
The success of the Elmore oil concentrator at Rossland is now fairly
assured.
* *   *
The ore or the Oro Denoro mine is
beinggottten out and loaded mi the
railroad dump cars at a cost not exceeding -10 cents a ton.
* *   it
The bigstack at (be I!. C. Copper
company's smelter has been completed. It took nearly two months
to erect Jbe big Hue. The slack is
120 (eel high and the inside diameter is VI bet.    There arc over  l''J0,-
000 brick in it. The work reflects
the greatest credit on Foreman
Peterson and his crew.
THE RECORDS
■ Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
I recorded at the office of the Grand
Forks, November 25th to 30th, inclusive:
CEIiTIICATKS or WORK.
|    Jack Pot fractional, Summit camp,
1. J. Farrell; 5 years.
j    Alice, Moody creek, Henry Ruin-
j icy-
l Mabel, Moody creek, Henry Rum-
ley.
Jim, Brown's camp, Vincenzo
Bruno.
Spokane, Brown's camp, Vincenzo
Bruno.
TRANSFERS.
Jumbo, Franklin camp, Miller E.
Burkhart toco-owners.
Little Joe, Franklin camp, Miller
E. Burkhart to co-owners.
Wallace, Franklin camp, Miller
E. Burkhart to co-owners.
RECORDS OF LOCATION.
Black   Bird    fraction,   Christina
Lake, William Rutlcdge.
I    Silver .Crown, Gloucester camp,
D. J. Ferritin'.
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the Toronto News this week. The
eyes of the newspvper world have
been upon The News for the past few
months, during which lime several
departures have been made which
hfive given that paper a widespread
reputation for enterprise and originality. This latest move is lo place
The News at the price of 81.00 a
year by mail. Only a doop-foundod
belief in tbe future   success  of The
News   i Id   lead   tbe publishers to
make such a reduction iu price.
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mainly upon thc intrinsic merits of
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| which will enable us lo club Tbe
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year in advance. Such a combine*
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Tiik Evening Sun,
Phone 55. oiiaxd forks, b. b,
I'RIDAY,   DECEMBER 4, 11103
Miicii adverse criiieisin has bei n
I id on the streets during the  past
few days regarding thc action of
some of the aldermen in attempting
to put through a by-law which
provides for the payment of $300 to
the mayor, and 83 per night for
eaeh of the aldermen for every session of the council. The majority
of ratepayers,do not appear to have
any objection to the mayor receiving compensation for his services,
but decidedly object to paying the
aldermen, In future contests for
municipal honors, each ■aspirant
should state clearly his stand
on this question, and if the ratepayers sec lit to elect a council on a
salary basis, well and good; but if
not, let their services be free. It
seems to have become quite a custom during the last couple of years
for the council to wait until
the dying days of their term, and
tl ush through a by-law donating themselves so much each out of
the public treasury. The by-law
now before tbe council has passed
its third reading, and will come up
(o be finally disposed of at next
Monday's meeting. It will then he
seen if ccitain aldermen who have
publicly staled they were opposed to
Blieh a by-law will stand by their
colors. It is to be hoped that they
will, as the finances of the city arc
not in a sufficiently nourishing condition at the present time to warrant
paying aldermanic salaries.
No time should be lost in organizing a board of trade in this city.
The meeting held Tuesday evening
in the Conservative committee rooms
was not well enough attended lo do
anthing, and a postponement was
therefore made until next Wednesday evening, December !)lh. It is
the duty of every business in (Irand
Forks 11 attend the next meeting ai d
help to make thc reorganization of
the board a success. At that meeting
officers will be elected, and other
matters of importance will come up
for discussion. The associated boards
of trade met in Rossland last Wednesday, and representatives from all
Il e principal cities of the Boundary
and (he Koolcnays, with the exception of (Irand Forks, were In attendance, The fact Ibis that city was not
represented at Rossland is to be regretted, as much goml to the mutual
benefit of all the cities is usually derived from the joint meetings of the
hoards. Everybody who has the
best interests of the city at heart
should turn out next Wednesday
evening, thereby insuring a successful organization.
yon see a runaway learn coming
down the street, and a wheelman on
the sidewalk at the same time, take
your chances with the team—the
wheelman is a cyclone compared
with the runaway. Pedestrians allowing wheelmen to run inti them
nl night will bo subject to a line ol
150, or three months in the pen.
So beware of the wheelman after
tbis by-law is read a third time and
finally passed."
W
,S
The many friends of A. E. McAuley, customs officer at Carson,
will he glad to learn that he is improving and will recover. He was
taken suddenly ill last Monday with
pneumonia and was taken to the
hospital at Greenwood, where for a
couple of days his life was despaired
of. The news of his improved condition was received over the phone
yesterday by Mr. R. R. Gilpin.
Win. Spier, manager of the Enst-
tern Townships bank ih this city,
was a passenger for Phoenix yesterday.
Wednesday's C. P. R. express
from the east was delayed near
Earon for twelve hours owing to a
bad slide, and it did not arrive in
tbis citv until midnight.
A prominent merchant of this city
ooking for a "pack outfit" to pack-
fed from Edmonton. For further
particulars see Mack.
"The Religious Life of Canada,
Past and Present," is the subject of
a lecture that Rev. J.R. Robertson,
B.A., will deliver in Knox church
Monday night, June 7th.
Norman Jackson, bookke per for
Lequime & Co., has leased the Winnipeg hotel from the present owner,-
Chief McMillan, and will open it to
the public in the course of a few
day. The building is being thoroughly renovated, and when opened
will present a neat appearance.
W. H. M. May H. C. Hannington
have been appointed auditors to
audit the city books. Their remuneration will be S150.
E. 0. Windsor, piano tuner, will
be in Grand Porks in a few days'
Leave orders for hiniat Woodland's
ilrui' store.
Klondike pool  table.    Only oik
in citv.    Grand Forks hotel.
Do you want the news of (he approaching session FREE? Subscribe
lor the Victoria Daily Times for
1004, and receive the paper free until the end of this year.
This offer is for cnsh-ln-advance
subscribers to the Daily (85.00) or
the Twice-a-week (81.00).
Full and impartial reports, halftone cuts of members, cartoons and
corridor gossip. Four-page colored
comic supplement every Saturday
Remit to the "TlMKS," Victoria
A BY-LAW should be passed by the
city council for tl.c safely of wheelmen. They are terribly in danger
of being run down by pedestrians on
the sidewalks of the city. If should
road something like this: "Pedestrians, when tl ey are on a public sidewalk and hear a bicycle bell, must
get off onto the road. Never mind
the mud—the bicycle man has the
right of way. If it is an alderman,
he sure you take olf your hat and
apologize for being in his way.    If
Whether for immediate or future consider-
eration our prices for
Copper Plate Engraving are worthy of
note.
For Instance, we engrave a plate like this
for $i.oo.
^m./M{i<mi/(3mei(LAturtiJ
From the plate we print
too choicest quality cards
for $i.oo.
The "pints" will Ust a lifetime.
Write for a copy of our
new handsomely i lustra-
ted catalog!] , ready Nov.
15th. On request we will
send it to any address
free of cost,
RYE.E BROS.
JBWELEBS
fia, 120, (:.'-> and 124
Yon$u St., Toronto
/...
PUBLICITY
Strength in the od puts strength in
tin1 business,
The time tn julvM-tise in when you
need customers nml art' prepared tn
serve them,
There.ia no ambiguity in good advertising.
An advertisement should be a simple, straightforward statement, easily
cad, easily comprehended, and conspicuously placed.
Every business has some good
points, These points, if constantly
advertised, will bring business.
As a tree is known by its fruits and
as a man is judged by liis conduct, so
an advertiser is measured ami placed
by tbe text matter of bis advertisements.
Shortly after Walt Whitman's
"Leaves of Giun«' in :de its appearance, J. T. Trowhild#e was walking
with Lowell In fr-iiibiidgH, when the
tatter pointed out u doorway sign,
"(Jroeerlee," with the letters set zlg-
'.ag, io pro-Iuee a biz irr< "f'eot. "That,"
suid he, "is Walt Whiti.ian—with very
comnmn roods inside."
A Philadelphia paper declares that
Archl'i.slH'p Itytn was recently atiout
to take a train for Baltimore at the
Broad Street Station, when a young
man accosted hlin. saylntr: "Your face
is familiar, where in hell have I seen
youV" "I really don't know." replied
the archhish'p, blandly; "what part of
hell do you come from?"
Many y";'ir<? ago, when Senator In-
ff.il|.s was in the Senate, oleomargarine
was a hone of contention. The debate
led Ingall*. to ut'tei one of those epl-
<ri.minai.ic (.ententes which made him
famous "I h ivp never, to my know-
Ifed**',. tasted oil■'imargarine," said Instills, ■hut [ nave stood in the presence
"if genuine but'er with awe for Us
•urensth and leveienre for ILs antiquity."
A lady cirrylng on mission work In
:he slums was te-iching a little colored
girl to Bp 11 She used a pictorial
primer, nnd over each word was its accompanying picture. Polly glibly
spelled "o-x, ox." and "b-o-x. box," etc.
Bui He tea.-her thought that she was
making "right upld pro^reca." So she
put her hand over the picture, and
said. "Polly, what does 'o-x' ppell?"
"fix." answered Polly, nimbly. "How
do you know that it Ppulls 'ox,' Polly?"
'Seed his tail," replied the apt Polly.
A very popular Oxford dean, crossing
the quadrangle of Chrlsl's College one
day, was met by a numher of undergraduates who passed him without
"capping." The reverend gentleman
felt annoyed "Do you know who 1
am?" he asked. "No, sir." "Then how
long have you been nt the college?'
*'Ei<ht days, sir " "Indeed!" replied the
dean, sarcastically "Well, tn thaf
ease, you stand exiused I know that
puppies do not open tttvlr eyes until the
ninth day." And tlien he resumed his
walk.
White he was in England, Mark
Twain says his head was once taxed as
ga.s works. He wrote Queen Victoria
a friendly loiter of prrHeflt, saying: "i
don't know you. hut T'v- met youi son
He wns nt the hpad of o procession in
the St'nnd, and 1 was on a Mms." Years
iPtcrwnnl he met the Prince of Wales
now King EJriwn.nl \ IT., at \< mherg
They had a long walk and talk togetlv
•»r. When bidding him good hy, thi
Prince laid; "I am glnd to hive mr.
■ou again" This rcm.rk trouhler.
Twain, who feared that he h*>rt lieet
mistaken for someone else. He communicated this BUflplclon to the Prince
who replied: "Why. don't you remem
bar when you nut me in the Strand
ind I was at the head of a procession,
and you were on a 'bus?"
Slason Thompson says thnt the lau
Eugene Field was fond of /elating the
'oilowing slory of James "Whlteomb
Riley: "To hr-gulle the ledloUBUOSS ot
the return voyage from Europe. It was
proposed to gK*e n concert In the saloon of the ■-'hip—an entertainment to
which all capable of amusing their fellow-voyagers should contribute. Mr
Riley was asked to recite some of hli
original poems, and, of course, hr-
uho.erful.ly agreed to do so. Among th"
number present at this mid-ocean entertainment, over which the Rev. Myron Reed presided, were two Scotchmen, very worthy gentlemen, en route
from the land o' cakes to the land of
biscuits, upon a tour of Investigation.
These twain shared the enthusiasm
with which the nudltors applauded Mr.
Riley's charming recitations. They
marveled that so versatile a genius
could have lived In a land reputed for
uncouthness nnd snvagery. "Is It no
.vonderfu', Dnnal," remarked one of
these Scots, "that a tradesman suid b"
sic a bnnnie poet?" "And Is he Indeed
a tradesman?" asked the one, "Indeed
he Is," answered ihe other: "did yc no
hear the dominie int'yju-e hint as the
hoosler poet? Just think of It, monl—
just think of sic a glide poet dividing
his time making hooslery?
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MORTGAGE SALE.
IINDBR AND'B* VIRTUE OF TIIK POWER
U of Sale contained In a certain Mortgage.
U'i-ioh will he produced at tha time of sale,
there will be offered for kuIo by nubile h.hj-
ti<m hv Peter Taylor Mot alloin, Auctioneer,
on Wednesday, *--" -N"1 '■■*>' "f November.
lima, at II o'ulneU in the forenoon, tit the
Court Home, (irand Porks, tluit inonerly
situate in the Oity of Orand I'orUs und be-
in- composed of Lot Number IA,In Block
Number  Two,  aOt'Ordlllff  to  Map 28 of mild
city. Tiie property is a hotel building,
Known as Orntiby-Hotel, . ,
Terms ok 8ai«b*—Ten per oent of too purchase money to be paid id the tlliloof mile.
and the balAtteq within thirty days thereafter.   Sale will mSUbjeottO a reservo bid.
For further particulars aha conditions of
late Bgf^jj00NKLL MojiABTER A GEARY.
51 YongeHt., Toronto, Out.
NOTICE—The above sale Iiuh been positioned for OHO week, from Nov. 2!ith to Dec.
2nd, at the name hoar nnd place.
1'. K McCALLUM, Auctioneer.
PORTRAITS
" P1IR A
Xmas Present
There is nothing ao appropriate and
Inexpensive us a goml Photograph
of yourself or family.
Better have your sitting this week,
and I will be able to finish them in
time to send to the old folks.
The latest in photography i»PLATIN0
TYPES. We make them. Cull and
s.iu samples.
MILNER
AT BLOriE'S
OLD STAND
N. H.T-The inornii.tr Unlit In tho heat for
Chlldreu'H Plcttiron thin time of the year. .ifliBRMsSnHMaMMMNHisa
HOT IN THE COMBINE
BUY YOUR MEAT, POULTRY, OYSTERS AND FISH WHERE
THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. A CARLOAD OF TURKEYS
AND CHIC KENS WILL ARRIVE FOR XMAS.
CITY MEAT MARKET
HAROLD JACKSON, Proprietor
I White Bros.
6 «)-«»« fttww<-»mam^
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Jewelers and
„ Opticians,
m s
8 Careful attention given to ' 8
« Watch  Repairing. |
2 Engraving a Specialty. g
I s
g BRIDQE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C. X
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J. W. Jones I
Furniture Dealer
Keep Your Eye
on this Space
«
I
riverside: avknuk. <
Grand Forks J
«OOO«»«OOOOB8«»««>*«0»i*t«»«"»D«00»*l0OO0«*
Rainey's
CIGAR STORE
XMAS GOODS
G. B. D., B. B. B. AND ALL
PATENT PIPES, POUCHES
AND   CIGAR   HOLDERS.
PLAYING CARDS
WILLS' CAPSTAN,
SMITH'S GLASGOW,
IMPORTED CIGARS.
BRIDGE STREET
THE
Loan & Sayings Go.
LA GIE DE PRET ET D'EPARGNE
a responsabilite limitee.
CAPITAL$250,000
with powers to insue $1,000,000 bonds.
You May Borrow
Any Amount of Money
with which to buy a home,
ii farm, or pay off a murt-
gage, on your personal note
with absolutely no interest
to pay, taking 20 years or
less to pay it back in small
monthly payments without
interest.
Why Pay Rent
or lie troubled with mortgages when Tiik Loan anii
Saviniih Company will furnish you with the money to
buy your home or pay off
your mortgage in any locality and charge you NO 1N-
tkiikst. No blatter where
you live, lose no time but
consult at once
THE LOAN & SAVINGS CO., LTD.
Head Office: 20 St. Alexia St.,
MONTREAL, CAN.
Strictest investigation courted. Agents
in ull parts of the Dominion of
Canada wanted.
JOHN    HAVERTY
REPHBSENTATIVB.
WHY GO EAST
Over the sun-burned, sage brusl
and alkali plains, when you may
just aB well take a delightful, con'
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on thc
American continent?
This you can do by ■   on,
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of the World,''
the only transcontinental line passing through Salt I^ke City, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains east
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the best, including free reclining chair cars
standard and tourist sleepers, a per-
Ieet dining car service, nnd alsi
personally conducted excursion cars,
each in charge of a competent guide
whose business is to look after tin
comfort of his guests. No nipr,
pleasant and inexpensive means o
crossing the continent can be fount'
than is provided by these excursions,
For additional details address .1.
D. Mansfield, Gen. Agt., Rio (irand
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go ti
the City Barber Shop on Riversid-
avenue.    Baths 25c.
The Grand Forks hotel, the oldest
hotel  in   the city,  has a capacity
for  70  people.   Everything up to
idate.    Rates, $1 and 11.60 penlay.
! If you want to buy Halcyon Mineral Witter call at the Grand Korlt>
! hotel.
i    Subscribe for Tub  EVENING  SUN
' $2 per year.
i       CHURCH DIRECTORY,
KNOX   PKKSIIVTKBIAN   CHUKCH, Orailil
I    Porks-J.    K.   Kulitirtsmi,    11. A.,   enstor
Survive, every Sunday at 11 ii.m. aril Till'- |i
I    lil.lSliiulny sohool will Bible olftsH. H p. m.
I    Westminster Guilil ut C.  K., Tuesday, >
fi.ni,
HSTMBTiinnisTcniiuai  Cornet Mai
ami Kllrlists.   J. P. Hotts. pastor. Service-
every Sunday  ut 11 a.m.  and    7.8.. ii.iii.
class meeting at oloso of  moriiftiu BurvtoRi
I    Sunday  sclmol and  illlile olassnt 8|). m.i
prayer meeting- every  Thursday   evening
|     nt f- c.'.-l.n-U. TlieitubUtilseordlallYluvited.
I HOLY TRINITY CHURCH (Ohuroll of Kuif-
lanil), Oruud Korhs, Henry Steele, vlear-
Hldy Cfjltlllilllifiul, >, u. in.: uu.riling |irnyei
andsermnn, 11 it. m.;Sundaysahool, Up. 111.
eveiisutur mid serniiiu. 7|8 p. in. All
ourdlally invited.
i ii. m.i
ill are
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I SEE MAG
FOR BARGAINS
Pacific Hotel
J.J. McINTOSH
Opposite C.P. K. Station,
Culumhia II. C.
$      New nnd Second-Hand
J|       Goods Bought nnd Sold
STOVES A SPECIALTY
_ N.D. McINTOSH
e    Cor. Bridge and Second Sts.
a
«->c«->e fiOococ. CO « OO 0»«9 D-
Mrs. or Miss?
e^—QEO. E. MAsmnw
-••r URT as a sort of N>w Tear's card,
j the Woman'i SuiTruKe Society
Hi of Paris have Issued a raanlfes-
**-* to contending that, as woman in
her milden name accomplishes
all the duties of a citizen, she does
piejudlte to her Interests by sinking
her identity and losing her individuality In addling the name of her husband when she marries. Consequently,
It seems on the tapis that In future,
when MIhs Smith marries Mr. Brown,
Khe will still rftatn her mnlden patronymic of Smith. Being married, she
must of necessity be Mrs.; therefore, If
she retains her maiden name of Smith,
we shall have the weird anomaly of
Mr. Brown u-nd Mrs. Smith as man and
wife. Now, supposing Mrs. Smith, otherwise Mrs. Brown, should, by any unforeseen event, meet wdth a Mr. Smith
In the absence of her husband, and It
should go forth to the world—In a hotel
visitors' book, for Instance—that -they
were actually Mr. and Mrs. Smith,
where the dickens, In the event of trouble, would Mr. Brown come in? Mr.
Brown might awear by all that waa
holy that Mrs. Smith was Mrs. Brown,
but If Mr. Smith swore ttiajt she was
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Smith did not
stoop to deny It, what Jurv outside a
lunatic asylum cou.d convict Mrs.
Smith of playing fast and loose with
Mr. Brown? It Is a complex problefn,
to say the least of It; but If the Woman's Suffrage Society of gay P&ree
are not content to let well alone, I suppose they must put up with the consequences.
A Girl's Daring Feat
IT seems hardly possible that a girl
of sixteen should save nearly fifty
people fri>m a terrible death. Yet
that Is what Grace Bassell did, who
tnay well be called the Giace Darling of
Australia. It happened one day in December that a vessel was wrecked off
the roast of Australia, a few miles
from the Bassell home. The r.feboat on
board the steamer was lowered, but It
capsized and the eight pecple In it were
drowned. So the rest of the crew clung
to the sinking steamer. The surf ran
so wildly that no one fould dare swim
through It, and there was not a house
or person in sight The girl, who was
a splendid horsewoman, was riding
along with a native servant. She
caught sight of the vessel in distress;
turning her horse's head toward the
coast, she started him on a quick gallop. When she reached the sea she
urged her horse Into the angry sun.
She rode boldly on till she reached the
vessel. With great difficulty she took
«ome of the children In her arms and
put them before her on the saddle;
then, with bigger children and women
clingii . to her dress, she started for
the shore, gave those she had rescued
to the care of her re vant, and returned
again to the wreck. So she went backward and forward for four hours, till
all were safe on land, the servant having ridden to bring out the last man.—
"Leslie's Weekly."
Hugging an Illusion.
Tbe   newspaper   editors   and   very
special correspondents, who have lately
wen  discussing Papal possibilities wHi.
suoh owlish gravity, must have felt rather cheap when  tho   news came that
Giuseppe Sarto, whom tbey had neve,
even heard of, had been elected as ti
two hundud and sixty-fourth Pope, und.
the name of Pius the Tenth—a name, u.
the way, endued with no particular odo
of sanctity by its last Papal poaseiso
But tbe new Pius seems to be a man o
character.        "Cultured,"      "religious.
"mild-mannered,"  "pious,"    "a countv,
mouse," "quiet," "kind-hearted," "libe.
al," "timid—these .are some of the en
theti applied to the late Patriarch o
Venice and new Pope of Rome.     Th
same    authorities,   however, deny   hit'
politica'l   shrewdness,  diplomatic  crsf
and executive ability.   They predict tin-
he will be not a statesmanly but a "•'
ligious" Pontiff.
All Interest at this time, of course
centers on the policy of Pius with ret'ei
ence to the Italian Government. It >
already clear that It will differ In n*
vital particular from that of Leo tli
Thirteenth. The new Pontiff U eve'
quoted as saying significantly: ".My flrt-
pleasure will be to explore the garden
which now confine my little worli'
Heigh hoi How I shall miss my Ion
country tramps—and the seal" This, i
authentic, shows plainly enough tha
Pius, like Leo, will be "a prisoner in tli
Vatican." Doubtless, however, as th'
despatches indicate, his personal tiklm
for the King and Queen, especially th
latter, will make the relations betweei
Quirnuil and Vatican smoother and
more amicable than heretofore.
It la not an altogether ndtnlrable pol
ley this, that the Pope is about to con
tlnue Into the twentieth century. Ht
himself cuts not a very dignified figure.
He Is "an alien and an enemy in th*
most Catholic country of Europe." A
play monarch In a toy monarchy, playing
at ruling a few score w/uliers and servants—a man of supposed intelligence,
shutting his eyes to Fact, and hugging
fait nil Illusion—deaf to common sense,
but with ears open to moss-grown tradition—mediaeval in the midst of modernity—nursing a grievance, and longing for the impossible—such Is thc Ponti-
fex Maxlmus, scarcely more Impressive
than that noble person named Fit/*
James, who lays cluim to the throne of
England as a lincnl descendant of die
Young Pretender. The temporal power
of the Pope can never be won DOfkj
should Italy cede buck the Pupal States,
Che Pope could not rule them; they were
ttl-ruled when they were his. Yet ttte
moldcring Institution of Pupal soves-
eignty clings desperately to ihe last vestige of its vanished power, ever hoptft£,
denying, as it were, Ihe sun at noon.--
"Aigonaut."
^Merchant Tailor
A large assortment of  Latest Patterns in Tweeds and
Worsted Goods.    Suite from	
No trouble to show #oods,
Call in and order a CHRISTMAS SUIT.
S25
pP.
Bridge Street
Grand  Forka, B. C.
Now Is the Time
To Make Your Hens Lay-
Eggs Are Away Up.
Come and buy Food that will make them lay—such as Ground
Bones, Bones, Beef Scraps, Oyster Shells and Pratt's Poultry
Food.
Also a
Full Line of
FLOUR AND FEEDAlwfty80n
Hand.
N. McLELLAN &  CO.
Xmas Goods
I am now busy opening up New Goods to take the place of those that
were sold under the hammer. They consist of Cut Glass Goods,
Hand-Painted Chinaware, Fancy Clocks, Metal Clocks, Alarm Clocks;
in fact, everything of the latest in jewelry and fancy goods. Call
and see them.
cTWorrison, We Jeweler
W. K. C. MANLY
Shelf and Heavy
Hardware
Large Stock of Heaters on Hand.
THE MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known
-li over the Union as the' great rail
.vay running the "Pioneer Limited"
Li.iin.- every day and night between St,
'an) and Chicago, and Omaha and
Choago, "The only perfect trains in
the world," Understand: Connections are tnado with All Transoonti
itental Lines, assuring to passengers
the best service known, Luxurious
i-oauhes, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See tl at your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
Fur-rates, pamphlets or   other   in-
formation, address
it. L. Foim, H. S. Rowk,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Ore.
HICYCLKS—Clevelands,    Massi.
Harris, Imperials, Columbia*
narris, impenaiB, •joiumoias, Ramblers—all top-notchers—for sale and
-or rent. Alsn a complete line of bi-
..vele sundries. All kinds of bicycle
repairing. GEO, ClIAPPLB, First St.,
opposite postoffice, Grand Forks, M. C.
HARMONY LODGE No. ."17, A. F.
A A. M,—Regular CommunJoa-
uation First Wednesday of each month
it 8 o'clock p. m. precisely. Sojourning Brethren cordially invited to attend. Jno. Roobiui,
Jno. Westwood, W.M, Sec.
gRANI) FORKS FEDERAL LA-
bor   Union  No.  231, A.L.U.—
Meets     every    Wednesday    evening
at 8 o'clock in   Federal   Union   hall.
Jas. A. Hamus, Pres.
■loilN T. LaWKENOE, See.
An advertiser ought to put only
such claims iu his ad as he would
make personally, face to face, to the
must particular customer that comes
into his store.
FOR A GOOD FIT
A Stylish Finish and
Lasting Satisfaction
Got V'hip Clot hen
Mude hy
W. H. DINSMORE,
MEKCHANT TAILOK,
t'.IUNO FORKS, H   C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College "f
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia,
Office in tttogaw liloek.
Phone 138.       Grand Forks, B.C.
L.  P. ECKSTEIN
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC,
UOBMBOH BtiOOK, UKAM) PORKS, B,Q,
Dr. Follick
DENTIST
Graduate "f Philadelphia Dental
College.
Office over Bunter
Phone :J7. KendriokCo.'sStdW
W. M. P, CI.KMKNT
JOHN  II. 81'ENI K
Clement CBl Spence
Barri«t*m, Bolt61 torn,
NntfirfcM, Ktc
Bide ii Block, forcier Winnipeg Avaniia anil
Flrt,t Street.
GRAND PORKS, M. C. HIGH-CLASS
HOLIDAY GOODS
.. AT...
Reasonable  Prices
KODAKS
MILITARY BUSHES
CHATALAINE BAGS
SHAVING SETS
SMOKERS' SETS
TRAVELLING CASES
TRIPLICATE MIRRORS
BRUSH  SETS of all kinds.
GLOVE CASES
CURLING IRON SEST
MANICURE SETS
BABY'S TOILET CASES
ROGER Je GALEAT'S
FINEST PERFUMES
See Our Window Display
WOODLAND'S
Drug Store
►**
The "Club"
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE,
First Street.
Highest Grade Imported
Pouts, Cherries, Bubouk-
dies, Etc.
JOE   THATCHER
PHOPHIBTOH
Christinas Goods
W. H. ITTER & CO.
Buy your Xmas Goods now. You will have a
larger assortment to select from.
We can discount anything in the Toy, Fancy,
Goods and Novelty lines.
There has never been anything in Grand Forks
to equal our Fancy Chinaware.
By selling the quantity we can afford to sell
cheap,
Therefore you will lose money by sending out
of town for anything in our line.
Remember our place is
Santa Claus' Headquarters
Bridge Street Phone A 115
Just Arrived...
A Fresh Supply of
This Year's Fruits
CURRANTS AND  RAISINS,
Cleaned and Seeded.
Candied Peel Shelled Walnuts
Shelled Almonds Mince Heat
And Absolutely FRESH   EGGS
PHONE
30
IN FACT, EVERYTHING YOU WANT FOR
YOUR XMAS CAKE AND PUDDING.
J. H. HODSON
Finding the Right Doctor,
//M|HERK was a poor woman.
^^ I whose son waa dreadfully
I 111, and she wanted to get
m\ Mm a doctor; but somehow, Instead of going for
the doctor, ehe fell asleep,
and dreamt that her son waa til, and
that she was going for the doctor. 8h«
went first (In her dream) to the houst
of tbe Ont physician In the town, but,
when she arrived, the door was
crowded with a number of pale beings,
who were congregating around It and
calling out to those within. Bo tha woman asked them what they were, and
they said, 'We are the spirits of those
who have been killed by the treatment
of this doctor, and we are come to
make him our reproaches.' So the woman wns hdrrlficd, and hurried away
to the house of another doctor, but
there she found even more souls than
before; and at each house she went to
there were more and more souls who
complained of the doctors who had
killed them. At last she came to the
house of a very poor little doctor, who
lived In a oottage In a very narrow,
dirty street, and there were only two
•touls lamenting. 'Ah!' she said, 'this Is
the doctor for me; for, while the others
have killed so many, this good man In
ail the course of his experience has
only sent two souls out of the world.'
So she went In and said, 'Sir, I have
come to you because of your experience, because of your great and Just
reputation, to ask you to heal my eon.'
As she talked of his great reputation
the doctor locked rather surprised, and
at last he said, 'Well, madam, It Is
very flattering, but It is odd that you
should have heard so much of me, for
I have only t>een a doctor a week.' Ah!
then you may imagine what the horror
of the womar, was—he had only been a
doctor a week, and yet he had killed
lwo persons! . . . So she awoke, and
she did not go for a doc-tor at all, and
!ier son got perfectly well."—Frum "The
Story of My Life," by Augustus J, C.
Kara.
Building for The Ages.
TO Illustrate the slow and painful
evolution of social progress,
Olive Schrelner, tn a recent
article, uses the figure of cathedral -building. She says:
"He who to-day looks at some great
Gothic cathedral In Its final form seems
to be looking at that which
might have been the dream of
some single soul of genius, who,
waking In the morning, found the
dream a reality. But In truth Its
origin was far otherwise. Ages elapsed
from the time the first rough stone was
laid as a foundation till the last spire
and pinnacle were shaped, and the
hand which laid the foundation-stone
was never the same as that which set
ihe last stone upon the coping. Generations succeeded one another, laboring
at gargoyle, rose-window and shaft,
and died, leaving the work to others;
the first master-builder who drew up
the first rough outline passed away
and was succeeded by others, and the
details of the work as completed bore
but fnlnt resemblance to the work as he
devised It; bo man fully understood all
that others had done or were doing,
but each labored In his place, and the
work as completed had unity; It expressed not the desire and necessity of
•ae mind, but of the unknown human
•plrit. And not less essential to the
■xlstence of the building was the labor
>f the humble workman who passed tils
iif*> in curving gargoyles and shaping a
few rose-windows, than that of the
loftiest master-builder who drew the
general outlines. And It was heroic}
or the master-builder who, though It
were but vaguely, had some Image of
what the whole work would be when
the last stone was laid upon the coping and the last spire raised, It was
easy to labor with d'votlon and seal-
though well he irilght know that the
placing of that last stone and the raising of that last spire would not be bis,
and that the building In Its full beauty
and strength he should never see. But
for the journeyman laborer who carried
on his stones, and month by month
tolled, carving at his own little gargoyle or shaping the -retries In hi*
little oriel window, without any vision
of what the whole would be when completed, It waa not so easy; nevertheless, It wot through the conscientious
labors of such alone, through their
heaps of chipped and spoiled stones,
their half failures and almost blind
successes, that at the last the pile
could be reared In Its strength and
beauty."
ii"
Fashions in Dawson City.
O be fashionable In Dawson
City," says a correspondent of
» the Indianapolis "Journal,"
*'one must have his dog team.
It Is no uncommon sight to see
a Dawson belie or a wealthy matron
enveloped In her eostly furs, skimming
along behind a team of dashing dogs.
These dogs are urged to greater speed
by the call of 'mu-rh on,' which means
In English 'get up' or 'go ahead.' The
men in Dawson City are by no means
deprived of club-ilfe. The fashionable
organization of this kind In Dawson is
known as the Zero Club. In summer
the men play tennis, lacrosse, cricket
and baseball. The women play tennis
and serve tea. In winter they have the
curling club and the skating rinks. It
costs money to live In the Klondike,,
but one can buy anything from an automobile down If one has the price. A
gown thnt a woman in Indianapolis
would pay S25 for, she could not eNpeet
to get In Dawspn for loss than $100.
However, If one has the money one can
get th-j most fashionable gown there.
A very food meal, accompanied by music, Is now served In the best hotels in
Dawson for $1. Wood Is worth $20 a
cord. Good npp]n« were SO cents apiece
last winter, and beefsteak brings from
IC cents to $1,50 a pound dutlng the
winter. Christ inns t-ukcys were $1 a
Dound la.st winter,"
WE SELL
NABOB
CEYLON TEA
And the Beat of Everything
Else   in   the Groeery   Line.
JEFF DAVIS CSt, CO.
Xmas Delicacies Galore   :
All New Fresh Stock Complete in Every Detail.
Partial List:
NUTS RAISINS        FIGS DATES       ORANGES
LEMONS      BANANAS     APPLES and FRESH APPLE CIDER
Our Stock of Candies is the Largest and  Best Assorted evor
seen in the city.    Fancy boxes from 35c to $4.
Christmas Gifts ItSr1 Always
FANCY BRIAR OR MEERSCHAUM PIPES, CIGAR CASES,
CIGAR HOLDERS, TOBACCO POUCHES, OR A BOX OF
CHOICE CIGARS (25s, 60s or 100s).
Come and make your selections while the stock is full.
We can save you money. Good wages made by buying at
Donaldson's 2 Part Store 7 ,
CUR. BRIDflB AND FIRST STREETS
IT SHINES FOR ALL1
THE EVENING SUN
I
F YOU desire to be well informed on
Boundary matters be sura it comes
to your home
TWICE-A-WEEK
During the whole year. It is owned by
the editor, and not by any clique or faction.    It is worth 85.00.    It costs only
PER YEAR
20,800     70,252
10,831
1,(150
ROUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS
Thn following table gives thc ore shipments of Boundary mines for
1900, 1901, 1002, 11)08, and for tho past week:
1900       1901.        1908.       100.1. Past Week
Granby Mines.Phoenix... 64,588   231,762   309,858   330,427
Snowshoe, Phoenix      297      1,721
Brooklyn, Phoenix      150       	
Mother Lode, Deadwood.   5,340
Sunset, Deadwood	
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C, Mine, Summit  19,494
Ii. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
99,034
804
150
47,405
5(10
650
141,326
7,455
14,811
8"53b
117,884
15,521
3,339
19,365
3,168
330
Golden CrOwn, Wellington
Alliclstim, Wellington	
KingSolomon,\V. Copper,
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
Jewel, Long Lake	
Carml, West Fork	
Providence, Providence...
Elkhom, Greenwood	
Ruby, Boundary Fulls...
Miscellaneous	
2,250
1,200
2,000
160
8,280
1,040
785
625
550
875
665
482
350
2,175
890
219
80
3,456
325
19,556
12,766
2,436
627
792
4,156
270
705
173
Total; tons  99,780   .'190,000   507,515   600,689     17,668
Granby Sridter treated.,. 62,887   230,828   312,340   312,460    10,981

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