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Grand Forks, B.C., Tuesday, July 5, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
A   High   Grade  Greenwood
Property Which Is Showing Up Well.
Vein Has Been Stripped for
200 on Each Side ofthe
Shaft.
The Barbara, in Greenwood camp,
which is separated from the Helen
■ by onb claim, was bonded a short
time ago by Chicago parties, and is
now  being developed.    It  lies tli-
ici il lail of Grccmvci il, Cooper
street abutting on its west line.    A
vein li-  1" to 26 inches in  width,
eonsliiuting one of the biggest quartz
lends in the ciunp, crosses this properly in a northerly direction and
traverses other adjacent claims.   Its
treild is. ninth ami south. Thc lode
has thus ihe same characteristic
Strike and dip of all the parallel
claims so fai discovered and opened
up in lie- south belt. Thc mineral
izalion closely resembles that of the
Helen, from which it is separated
by one claim.
The dcvclop'ncnt consists (if an in-
cine shall following the dip of tbe
loud (o a liiydi ol forty feet, where
the vein faulted to the cast for a
distance of thirty-eight feel. A
cross-cut was run to tbe northeast on
an angle away from the dip of the
vein for ninety feet, where thc vein
was again encountered, strong ami
heavily loiileinlizcil, with a width of
twenty-two inches of highly oxidized
gri.iiiilai- quartz, assaying $37.00 per
Ion in all values. On finding the
strike In-low another cross-cut was
run forty feet from the shaft at right
angles, where the vein was again
encountered, thus proving the vel'n
underground for n length of 82 feet
froth cross-cut to cross-cut. The
uniform width of thc lend at both
places is about twenty-two inches.
In the shaft before llic fault was encountered a careful sampling gave
877 per ton in all values, and on OX-
anil nation of the quartz with a magnifying glass native silver and free
gold were plainly BCOH, Four men
are now engaged sinking an incline
shaft oil the vein ut the point where
it wns encountered at the end of a
forty-foot cross-cut, Tne shall will
be continued to the 200-foot level,
with drifts on the ore at intervals nf
fifty feel.
The vein bas been exposed and
stripped clean for a distance of 2(10
feet 'in each side of the shaft. Ore
lakeii li-iuii the galena outcrop gave
nn average assay of $78.60 pcrton in
gold, silver and lead. Tbe Barbara
vein is a parallel lead to the veins on
the 15, P. I", group and Gold Finch
initio. The Barbara claim adjoins
the Gold Finch niinoon the west.
The Chicago parties holding the
bond have engaged Mr. Jeli'ery, of
tho Helen mine, us consulting engineer. ' ■    ..
A.J). McPhee,who is superintending development work on the -McKinley claim, in Franklin camp,
came down to the city, last night.
He reports that good progress is being made with the work, and tbat
tho  property js  looking  line.    An
8-foot deep trench has exposed a 60-
foot wide ore body of n high grade.
Work on this property will be continued all summer.
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Assays running $1000 per ton
have been obtained from picked
samples from the lend on tho Do i
Pedro, adjoining the Defiance, t nst
of Greenwood. The vein, six inclu s
witle, is well defined, possessing 11 c
same trend and dip as those of otln r
rich properties in the north belt. An
incline shaft has been sunk sixty
feet in ore averaging f 100 per ton.
The claim is owned by Harry Shallenberger, of Greenwood, and several Minneapolis capitalists.
•I. C. Haas, M.E., and W. T.
Smith, of Greenwood, will shortly
start work on a group of twelve
claims formerly owned by the Boundary Creek Mining it  Milling c -
pany. These properties, on which
high-grade ore bus heen found, arc
situate on the west side of Boundary
creek, a short distance from Greenwood. A comprehensive plan of
development will be carried out this
summer,
0. 11. Smith jr. who has heen
engineer at tho (iranby mines
for oyer five years,has been appointed
mine superintendent by A. ll. \V
Hodges, the general superintendent
of the company. Mr. Smith, who is
■x graduate of the mining department
of the'Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, of Boston, will have immediate charge of the extensive mining operations.
The last payment on the Gold
Bug, adjoining the Defiance, is dti--
July I-lib, after which active development is to be resumed on this
well known high grade claim.
Not a lender was made last Tuesday jit the courthouse at Greenwood,
when the Winnipeg mine was offered
for sale by the sheriff lo pay the lien
claimants, 28 iu number, making
about $4500.
Uncoil raging reports continue to
conic down from tho McKinley
claim, in Franklin camp, where active development work is now in
progress. It is stated that the showing on this property is steadily Improving.
The (Iranby smeller blew in furnaces Nos. il, I, 6 und (1 yesterday
morning, Nos, I and 2 will be
blown in as soon us the necessary repairs are  iiiade  to the plant.
McLellan's Trick Thermometer Frightened the Ex-
Alderman.
Jas. McArdle and Miss Alice
Anderson Were Married
Last Thursday.
The Fourth of July celebration ill
Curlew yesterday attracted a large
number of people from this city.
Two excursion trains—one in the
morning and another in tho evening—were run over the 1 lot Air line,
and both were well patronized.
As an evidence of the lively interest being taken in the (Irand Forks
carnival in outside towns, four
applications from queen of the carnival aspirants have already been received from out of town parties. If
this pace keeps up, the balloting
should prove both interesting and
exciting.
N. McLallim put his thermometer
in the sun in his front window yesterday morning. In an amazingly
shorl time it registered 120°. Then
Mac became frightened, and be gave
himself a thorough inspection to
make sure that he was not inciting. After a short meditation he
shifted the instrument to a telegraph
. pole, and il is presumed that the
figures were irniisiniir-d to the
weather bureau, anil lhai the atlft.-
crnt who presides over Ihat institution took pity on him, because in  a
| few moments twenty degrees of .-un
heat   had   vanished.    Mac says he
I was hotter than al any  time  when
! he was the council.
.lames McArdle, formerly nn the
Grand Forks police force, but now
an alderman of the oil j of Phoenix,
was married in Spokane last Thursday, June 30th, to Miss Alice Anderson, a niece of lames Anderson
of this eily. Both the gioom and
bide are very well known in this
city, and are very popular. Their
numerous friends will wish tbem
much happiness and prosperity. The
happy couple are now on their
honeymoon tour, which will-he spent
at Mr. McArdle's old at Huntington,
One. They will also visit Montreal
and other eastern Canada cities before returning west. Mr, McArdle
is a heavy property owner in Phoenix, and the couple will probable
make that city their future Inline.
The Grand Forks-Curlew baseball
game yesterday at Curlew resulted
in a victory for tho home team by
a score of 21 to I", ll is said lo
have been ll great slugging match.
If Undo .bit' hail been then- to
coach the (Irand Forks boys there
would have been another tnloto toll.
The Grand Forks aggregation will
probably play Fife next
Li. A. Manly is expected lo return
tomorrow from a visit lo  Coleman,
Alia.
Max Schaffor, fuinacoi i al  the
Granby smelter, lefl I'ora visit to bis
old homo in Winnipeg this week.
He will take ill Ihe exposition ill
thiil city and the World's Fair in
St. Louis beforo returning to Grand
Forks.
Born—In Grand Forks, July 4,
1904, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shannon, a son.
purse SI200, there are 23 entries, a
record breaker for any Spokanetinck.
For the Bolster stake race, purse
S700, there arc 111 entries. All other
events so far listed show a remarkable increase, and nol o/ily good races
are assured but from the qualify of
the entries fast time may be expected...
Frank .Nibbling, an old smelter
employe, will soon start on an overland trip to the Salmon river country, in Fast Kootenay, where he
owns half a dozen gold mines. He
will take a cayuse along to pack his
camping outfit, and a couple of
rifles with wnioh to protect his dog
from hears antl other ferocious animals.
Heavy cannonading is now daily
heard in' the direction of (he Phoenix spur, and it is reported that the
rocks in the tunnel are Hying as
thickiy as the shells are around Port
Arthur.
.1. M. Ross, the Bridge street
druggist, has anew advertisement in
this issue of Tin: Srx.
summer race meet are expected to
follow the North Pacific circuit«Jo
Spokane, and the liberal purses
hung up by the fair management has
already, called in a large  number of
entries for the early closing stake [The Mayor's and Aldermen's
races.    For the Interstate stake race,
David O'l.eary, the popular head
furiiaceinan at tho (Iranby smelter,
has returned from a throe months'
v:i.iiti..o iil|t In Vancouver, where
he visited friends. He has resmncd
bis old position at the smelter.
. Remuneration By-Laws
\ •,   ,   Discussed.
Health Officer Instructed to
Look After Blocks 6,
\    3 and 2.
The regular1.weekly1 session of the
city council was held in the council
chamber last night, Mayor I laminar.
Aid. Clcmonts, Feeney, McCallum
■and McXe dicing present.
The water and light committee reported unfavorably on the removal
of the Columia tank to the main
reservoir, butfeeoniniended that the
same be advertised for sale. On motion of Aid. Feeney and McCalln-in
the report was adopted.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
McCallum, the spare bath tub in the
lire hall was ordered lo he sold for
the best price obtainable
(in motion ol' Aid. Md'allum ami
Clements, the proper heajth oll'mer
was authorized to take the necessary
steps to enforce the placing in a sanitary condition the property ill blocks-
(I, 11 ami -2.
Aid. Feeney asked leave to Introduce the mayor's remuneration bylaw for 1904, which was granted.
(in motion, ihe by-law passed its
lirst und second readings. The rules
were then suspended, ami the council went into committee ol tho whole,
with Aid. McCallum in the chair,
After considering the by-law Bcclion
by section, the committee arose and
A letter received iu this city from
Mrs. Lucy I.. Brown, Harry Sheads'
mother-in-law, who   is  now living
iu W Hand, Cal.. states that at (I | reported it complete as read.   0.n
o'clook in the evening on June olllli j motion of Aid. McCallum and Clothe thermometer' registered 108° in iments, tho next meeting was set as
the shade. This is the molting point] the time Eor the consideration of tho
of Phoenix people.
New l'.llll model bicycle for sale
cheap. Apply lo .1. Anderson, or II.
K. Woodland, druggist,
II. K. W Hand, tho druggist, has
received a huge shipment of  Parko,
Davis & Co.'s well known  pilar -
ceutical preparations I'm- use in his
dispensing department. Mr. Woodland behoves in using the best for
his proscription work.
by-law.
Leave wis then granted Aid.
Feeney to introduce Ihe aldcrmon's
remuneration by-law, ami the rules
were suspended and il passed ils
first and second readings. On mo-
lion of Aid. Feeney a' ii Clements,
ihe council went into coinmittoo of
lite   whole    lo   disellss   ill.'     by-law,
Aid. Clements ocoupying tin- chair.
After a thorough discussion tho
committeo uroso ami tho chairman
reported tin- by law complete as
read. Tin- roporl wns considered and
adopted,   Oh mptio
 I    McNee.     the
third rcndii
Work on Ihe smeller spur of tho
(inat Northern is now being rushed
,. , ,i-i t     |icll< ed alio ihe   bv-1
torwnrd   at   a    pretty   lively speed. I'  ,
Tin- railwavs-i'oads-trails-briilge.s editor of Tin: Sin look an automobile ride over the entire right of way
last Sunday, and lo his experienced
eye it appeared as if half the work
had been completed.
.f Aid. Feemy
were stis-
passed   it-
The best running races ever seen
on the Spokane Interstate Fair track
arc expected nt the racing session
this fall, which covers a period of six
days, October lid t" 9th inclusive.
Twelve,thousand dollars will he divided as purses 'luring the meet,
and from present indications a greater number of hni>is will ho entered
this year than ever before in tin-
history of tho Interstate Fair association.   Most  ol the 500 riiiini
•I. W;Astley, superintendent of the
Snowshoe mine wben it was in operation, hits returned to the Boundary
from a trip of several months to the
old country. Mrs. Astlcy is still in
England,
Judge Spinks held county  c I
ill Green w I last week, in  |
Judge Leamy.
TIh-C.   P,   II. I resile al the I III, |li-
noro mine will be changed so thai
ihe (Ileal Northern tracks can run
under it. Au agreement to this effect was arrived at last week at a
Conference at Oro Denoro between
J. II. Kennedy, chief engineer ol
the V., V. "• I'I.. II. A. Bainbriilge,
resilient engineer at Nelson of thc C.
P. II., and .).'/.. Choate, bridge inspector.
Harold   Leamy, of   the Bank  of
■ Commerce staff, Greenwood, visited
his   cousin,  John   l.caioy, in   this
city several days this week.
bors
in Seattle at the mid- 'dernien.
Aid. McCallum says   he   has   not
changed his opinion on tin- question
I of remunerating thc mayor and al
lium—In Grand Forks, June 20,
1904, to Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Taylor,
n daughter. Qllfp -Efottbig Bun
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'II IKS DAY,
II'I.V j,  1011-i
There appears to have befitrsotne
foundation Eor the report sent out
from tho Coast Inst week to tho effect
that James J. Hill nnd associates
hnd secured a control ling interest in
tho Granby smelter. How much of
tho story is founded on facts, orhow
much is fiction, it is impossible at
present to determine. 'Hn- eastern
olHcers of (lie Granby company admit that tho Groat Northern people
own a large block of Granby stool*, but
that they lack considerable of having a controlling interest, while
General Manager Jay P. Graves
flatly denies the whole report. The
trriofnctS'in thc case will probably
be made known before long.
TlIB SUN will shortly issue a spc-
cial edition devoted exclusively to
the weather. It will cojitain n comprehensive review of the climatic
conditions encountered by tin' editor
from* the hour of his birth up to the
present time, together with a forecast
for future years up to the time of
death and a few hours later. A
valuable feature of this issue will he
a map—printed in colors—showing
tho kind of weather hest   suited   (ho
various inhabitants of Grand Forks.
This warm spell appeal's to be n
blessing in disguise to a number of
Grand   Forks   people.     It   relieves
flii'in of tlio respc*nsibib*ty of con-,
ducting {hoir neighbors' business af-'
fairs while they eto'p'fo growl about
the weather. .   i
A vast number of people Jjjho aro
now kicking about the Uot'weather
should bo thankful folttfe splendid   opportunity   it*, nfiords   thorn
of becoming nclinutted tonne section
ofthe hereafter.
Tiiis is the soa'-ou of the year
when Phoonix citizens point with
\iMa (o iheirVlimMe. The polar
bears are also Engaged in the same
occupation at preseul.
A profes-iional politician out of
oilier Is.jvboilt as helpless as a polar
hoar wi uld bo nt the equator.
WITH CRICK IN THE BACK
Vou are up agauial a  whplo foi   ••,'
•.trouble   unless   you   have   a   strung
remedy   like   NVrviliiie to Battle pain
nnd dislodge stiffness fi-oni the mimel s
and joint-.    .lust  rub   Norvijiiio   on
ili'> painful spot   not mucli rubbing,
because NovUinohas more power than
ordinary remedies.    You won't sutler
iiuieli after Nerviline is applied, for it
relieve--  almost  Instantly, Mr. Philip I
Adams of Oakland says, "If I  hadn't
used Nerviline I guess my baok would
he Mill'yet.     A..few  applications took !
out all tho soreness and stillness.    I
ean recommend Nerviline fur any kind '
of pain, jiIsu  for rhcumatiipi.    Price]
I'm:. If. E, Woodland, druggist,
Eulwer Lytton's Centenar*.
The cnnteiinry of Emerson's birthday wns also tlmt of Lord Lyl-
ton, who is better known to-day bv
"Tiie Lnzt Days of Pompeii," * pi?r-
h:ijj-i, t J nt ti any of Ms twenty-seven
novels. That tin's remirkaoiy vereatila
writer was also poet, playwright, social
critic, journalist, e-siyi-jt, editor, orator,
Statesman, pamplilttror, is wt-ll-nigli forgotten, It is safe to say that he hn^
never been regarded seriously aa a lile:-
nry force. In his own day he waa Bali*
jccifii to criticism thnt was undiaguiseil*
ly savage. One of the worst offenders
whs Tliackerny, who poked fun moat unmercifully nt "SnrtedwndgcorgflonrllUii;
buhvig." Tiie "English .Men of Letters"
and ''Great Writer.*." series omit Lord
Lytton, and lie lias been steadily ignored
by the essayists nnd critics. Only one
other writer of equal pretensions -hns
been so relentlessly neglected, the author
of "Vivian Grey" ami "Emlymion" and
other portentously political and social
novels of Knglish life. Mr. Lewis Melville, in an article in "Temple Bar" for
May, wrestles vigorously with Lytton's
case to raise him out of this unseemly
obloquy, but the tn-d; is beyond him. We
know of two prominent mngaUne-i. wlitW
editors were approached some time ago
With memorial papers on the novelist's
centennial, who promptly refused to give
them a place in their pages, Y/et it is
claimed that Lytton's novels are rent!
by hundreds oi thousands; and riva
those of Dickens in popularity.
Mr. .Melville lays li.s linger almost un
wittingly on  the chief defect  of  Lord
Lytton's work.   "A work of imagination
may be fantastic," he says, "but if i;
deals   with  life  it   must  iiece.vsarily   be
true or untrue to life, ami if it is untrue
it cannot be accepted as a work of art.-
The worst kind of immorality in iletior
is the falsification of facts, the pevver
sion of truth.   Lord Lytton began hy hi
fusing into his early novels an extrava
gnnce   of   psoudp  sentiment  und   fault)'
psychology which created a false sympa
thy for the vicious ami criminal.     .**•<
warped and twisted was his view of lift-
so confused his understanding of rigii
and* wrong, so lacking in  moral  Instgh
'and  clear-eyed  apprehension   of motiy-
and emotion, that lie tutu.ally defendc
his "honesty of purpose," and  claim.',
"sincere and distinct views of promofiii,.
truth and n'dmmisler.Jig lo knowledge
—a  claim   wholly   unwarranted   by   tli
facts.   What would seem to be the c.u
kerworm in Lord Lytton's character le*..
to the cardinal fault in his work, the in
Sincerity of the man.    One of his con
temporaries whoJtiiVavereu u goodue-
ui heart in the tfuv-ilUt, for which te\
who knew him wen well gave bim credi.
deplored Iiis fpnilne.--. for personal inch:
morphoses, so. to apeak.   "One day," j
is related of him, "be would appear i
black   from   top   to   toe,   with  a  dark
complexion ed vis.ge to niatch.   Anotln
day he would be all brown, and on
fluid   ho   would   be  all   in   white,   wil
'lend hair and a fair complexion Ughte
up by rouge!"   Carlyle, who derided th
landiacal  iVlham  in "Sartor 'iiesartu*.
i-lwaya spoke with contempt of Its ai
liorj thc and, earnest eyes of tlie set
liiv through the pitiful humbug—"n po*1
.ribble,"   was   Carlyle's   epithet,     ah
arlylc, more plain-spoken, and a clutn
,iion of the novelist's wife in her mftril
grievances, culled him "a lanthorn-juwi
■unek." AM this Is not u *-.->• tbat Ui!
.ver Lytton did not do good work ai
hat he had no remarkable gifts. Esp
i-ially iu bis later novels, there arc pa*
■iagijs and characteiization tbat reach
high level. Uut the acid of insinccru
nid Ham boy an cy bit into the fibre of h
■vork nnd made it meretricious aa liter,
mre and worthless as nrt.
A Union-Made Calendar.
The office hoys' union hnd adjourn
from labor to luncheon, when the wall
ing delegate, after examining the nun
label on a doughnut, asked: "Mas you
kids seen de new calendars?-!
"Ah, w'at er yer givltt' us now?   \V«
->een n hundred uv   cm."
"Oat's all right; but has yer re
'era 1"
A prolonged yell went up at the idt
of reading a calendar.
"I tell yer dis year nineteen-Crre is lb
bulliest year yet, Viz see dem red llj
gers wot shows de Sieid iya and der lm|!i
days— d*s lime dey coinea in p i.'s, Dere'
Washington's birthday— dat comes «
Sunday, and we go! two ensy ones n-ril
ninr. Den deys put five Sundays in Mnrc
dis yenr. Sec? Drcnioaliun day is a Bin
urday, nml we gits two n-ruunin'; de
l-'ourf er July is put down for a Satin
day, and we skip* tie rm ch for two day*
Labor day ia a Monday, ma kin' i w
again. Next Christmas comes ou l-'ri-l i\
and sure dere's nutliin' dola' for fi*'
days, and de same wld New War."
"Who makes de calendar?"
"Why, de printer, yer mutt. Doll'
yer seo de union lahrl? Oat's what di
vantzed labor is doing for us poor wurl*:
in' men."—"Ory Goods Guide/'
Webbs' chocolates galore at Donaldson 'h, in bulk nml in  fancy boxes.
The finest: brands of wines, liquor,
and cigars at the (Irand Forks Hotel
Bar.
The best brands of fresh, cool beer
alwavson draught at tl'*' Grand Furks
Hotel Hur.
MANAUKU WANTED'.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman .to
manage business in hi-* county and adjoining territory for welland favorably
known house oi' solid financial standing. $20,00 straight rush salary and
oxpenset paid each Monday by cheek
direct from headquarters. Expensi
tnoney advanced. Position permanent. Address Manager, 810 CWio
Blook, Chicago, Hi.
The<|tiestion: What will wc have
for dessert? The answer: Cull up
Donaldson and j^et some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone 04.
Baths 2D cents at the Yule  iiarln
Shop.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber  Shop  on Riverside
avonue.    Baths 25c
Tf you have a few friends tu spend
an evening at your home, do not forget to leave an order for some Hazel-
wood Ice cream at Donaldson's.
Phone 64i
SOME DAY YOU'LL WANDER BACK AGAIN
tit' course*  Meanwhile send
tlieni  some of those $4, ,00
CABINET PICTURES i>y
MILNERpAr.
Studto Opposite Sun Office,
Winnipeg    Avenue
TRANSFER OF SALOON LICENSE.
■    Heavy teiuniug of nil kliida dune
liv .1. VV. Jones.
The very!»";( sraokers in town ul
Donaldsou's, Luryo range from which
to oliooee,   Gelt our prices by the box.
Afineline of liass' Ale always in
in stoek nt the Grand Forks Hotel liar.
A large shipment of Quinness' Stout !
1ms just been received uf the Grand
Forks Hotel Bar? A refreshing and
strongth-inipartiAg drink.
1 ELICATE £0YS AND GIRI.S
Are altogether tco nuinei'iiiis. Our
schools are full of lliein. Ohttiicos arc
ymir own children are weaklings. Ms
a shame so many children grow up
without health when they could lie
made strong by IA rrn/mie, Jhe best.
tunic* growing bflvs and girls can take.
Fern zone invigorates the whole body,
helps digestion, makes the blood pure
i ml rich. It ■**p| lies more nourish
ment than children can get in nny
ullier way and soon eslablishes  a   it-
s 'inn of force and energy,    (live v ■
c'lihlgcu l-'errezaue and watch them
grow slfrohg. I'riee ulle per box. II.
I'I. Wood-lund's, druggist.
To tin. noanl uf Ltcenslns Contralssloners
in nml fi.rili" Oily ol Grcuiil Porlis.
NO'llf'K is lieraby given Hull tlio iniilei-
si ii,.si ..ill. i,i tin. iM.xt meotliig <.f tin.
Ilmiril uf Mceiislnn Coinrolislouurs lu nml
Im tliaCit* i.f (iriiiiil Porks, apply for o
tv.ni.fL.f uf tin' Saloon License granted Tn
resperl of tin' Province Hotel, llniiul Porlis,
front iiijs. ll. tlu.  uuilerslg I, tu lliuln.it
lliiiuliii, ul lo'iin.l  Poms aforesaid.
Drttiid nt.yrnud r.irUs. H.i., tin- nth n	
low.
tl. A. lir-NIIKKSUN.
pOR SALE OR TO RENT,
One Single and one Double House
near the Great Northern station.
For particulars apply lu
A. VV, ANDERSON,
Caretaker  Public School,
(blind Fork, B. 0.
Orottd Purlts,U.0 ,MoyHO, rail.
To the Board of License Coinlnlssli s ni
tlioClfynfQiiittd Porftsi
NOTIOl! IS IIKKIIIV OIVBN Unit  I Intend
tn an.lv „t tl m me Itlitg of tin. Ilooi'.l
„f   l.lr,.,i„.  Ciiiiinilssii, ■- f.ii-tlu.   City ul
(iriiiid Pnrlts nt m iiii-ii tin.appllontlDti i'iiii li'
liriii.lfiiriin Hotel l.lii'iisi. i., reipenl of thi
preinisi'M known ns tin- Bngle Itotel,siltmti
mi I...I Nniiil Puur il1, Uiucli NiiiiiIiit linn
fi]. nccuidhia to Iteiristered   I'lnn   Ninnlioi'
ThlrlyllvDlsll.
Doted Oils win ilnv..ruuv. >mu.
.MAKIIAHt.T IIAVKKTV.
I_pCl<   SAUK
1000 DRY
"You're next'
Shop. .
nl thecals Barber
Dollvored lo uny
pai't of the city
Sent!  in your orders,,
in advance, as we arc
always busy.
W. 8LANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0
QRAND FORKS FEDERAL LA-
bor   Union  No.  281, A.L.U.—
Meets    every    Wednesday    evening
at H o'clock iii   Federal   Union   hull.
])AN KuM.V, I'res.
Jas. A. Haiiius, Sec.
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HAVE TAKEN OVUIt TIIE
Hotel Winnipeg
And wifli our long experience in the
hotel bu&inejBS, wo aro prepared to
open to the public a flrst-olasa house.
rooms are airy i\n<\ well lighted, The Dining Hoorn
be second to none in the city* 1'lie Har will lie sup-
1   with   the   choicest   Wines, Liquors  and   Cigars.
RIDDEL & DICKSON
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders foi'* ICE at DONALDSON'S—TOONE (il.
Best Ice in the city. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WORK PliOMPTLY AITENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
Developing
and
Printing
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
VyT PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
g-9-BB-a-HBBSH*'
/
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
|M   f I   OTHIXin   lfc   uolll{1   bo advisable to call ami see
\VS WU/ I I III^VJ u.|,.l( WQ ftre (!l)illK N() ,,,,,,1^. tu
show goods. For Quality, Kit and Price in Customs Tailoring you
cannot do better.     I also have an agency for one of the hest   Eastern
SSiiS SUITS FROM $15 UP
can get it for you, as J thoroughly understand taking measurements.
/"* V*r\.        F^ J--V1    k>-C* £* I i™^ BRIDGE! BTRKBT,
UbO.   b.  ilAS5Ib, Grand    Forks.
RBurns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL  KINDS OP
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GR A ND FORKS, B. C.
HONEY SAVED
BY BUYING YOUH si'l'I'I.IKs tCROll
J. H. HODSON
A l.AIKiK AND COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES, Hoots
AND SIIOIX AND GENT'S FI IIMSII"IN(;s Blwr,yfi <m Imml,
Siil.isl'iii.'tii'ti (iiini'iiiiti't'd or Money Hcl'tiiidcd.
PHONE 30
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Iarness Shop
Wi' are opening ii|t in the
HARNESS AND SADDLERY business ■
OPPOSITE THE QUEENS HOTEL
Repairing of AJ1 Kinds a Specialty.    Watch for Future Ada.
►Stock coming in from Spokane, Calgary and Toronto.
Frechette ®, Hallberg
GRAND FOHKS, B. C. R. C. MCCUTCHEQN
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filiiig.Gun Repairing, Mniui-
fiicliii'i'i' of Sci'een Di mi's uml
Windows.
Riverwicle    Avenue,
Opposite J. IV. .limes' I'urtiftprp Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
Rfigjlating nml Adjusting u
Specialty]    Omul work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON,
Jeweler unci Optician,
OKAND    KORK,  \*. c.
Dr. FOLLICK SUNSET s^1™^:
(i. A. McLeod will leave tomorrow
inuriiing with  it force of Spokn
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia DonUl
College;
Phone 27.
Office oyer Buutor-
ICendrickCo.VSture.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
PIEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CALL IN
And get iiH-usuri'il  for a swell
Spring Suit
We liave nil tha latest styles ami
can 14-1 uii-.-iji*:<•(* you satisfaction,
hii<] our prides arc ri^ht. Hw.us
baforo ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE
MKK<:tlANTTAJU>R,
OUANI4* PORKS, B. C
DR. MACDONALD
DEN T 1ST
Graduate PennHylvunia College uf
Ilenttd Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in JIi'mhv Blook.
Plume 138.
drawl Forks, B.C.
Pacific Hotel
J.*. McINTOSH
Oppusite O.P. It. Station,
I'liliiiiilu.i   II. I
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
CHUHO'H DIRECTORY.
KNOX I'liiSllVTIilllAN CflUKCH, lliniiil
[■arks -I.   II.   RnborUoi),   H.A.,   pernor.
Sorvl vci'.v SiiiiiIiiv lit II ii.in. iil'll 7::til II,
oi.i Sunday school nml Bibleoluss, .1 t>. in.:
u in.ii.i' tiuiiii <>r o, !•;., r iny. «
ITii'si •||-.TIIill>l*!T('lllJltt,'ll CuriiiT Mitlti
nml Flltll sts. .1 I' PoUa.Pestnl'. Si'l'tli'Ks
rvt'1'.v S Inv  nl   II  it. liivmnl    I.'"  I'.in.:
ulusshtiiotluiintolusauf inuriilnu survloei
Suiiility ...li,.'.I uii'l tlil.ti' olnsiet 3|i. ui.;
lu'itvi-i'niri'tinir i'\ri v   Tliiii'silin   .vi'iiltiir
titSoVloeli. Tliiiiiiililli'l.i'iuilliiii.t Invited.
HOW   IIIISITV Clirillll (I'ImiitIi   "IHiik-
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE] HSlS
III VKI1.SIDK   AVWVTTIil I   nvaidoiiB null sermon, 7t«i n: m.  Allot
KINK LAUNDERING.
('(M.I,Alls,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED ('KUAN AND
NICK   AND   [HONED  BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED,
AVENUE.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
*
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a CoW'j'lete Line
of PluivibingSpSciulties. ■
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTQFFICE
WHY GO EAST
Over the bun-burned, sage brush
und alkali plains, when ymi may
jusl us well Ink.; a delightful, coul
and I'oiul'orlalili' ride thl'OUgh the
heart of the Rooky Mountains in
view of tin' gi'andesl scenery on the
Atiii'i'iean continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
the lliii Grande sysleni, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of the World,"
the only transcontinental line pnss-
ing through Salt Lake (By", Glen-
ivood Sprines, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enrpUto to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains eust
and west; and afford a choice of I'm
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the best, including free reclining chair ears,
standard and linnist sleepers, a perfect dining ear service, and also
personally conducted excursion ear.-.
each in cliiu'ge.of a competent guide.
whose business is to look after the
comfort of bis guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive means oi
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address .1.
D. Manslield, (Icn. Agt.. Itiodiaud.
lines, No. 12-1 Third Street. i'ort-
land, Ore.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A fiiinilinr name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee iv St.Paul ltailwity known
.ill over the Union us tint (front rail
way running the "Pioneer Limited1
trains every day and night between St.
Pa.nl and Chicago, und Omaha and
Gh'cago. "Thc onlv perfect Iruins in
the world." Understand: Connections urc mad,) with All Transconi
ncntul Lines, assuring to passenger
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, elect lie lights, steulii heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See I hat van1 ticket rends via "Thc
Milwaukee' when going to any point
in the United Stales ni' Canada. All
ticket agents sell them,
For rates, pamphlets or   other   in-
t'oinialioii, address
It. L. FoilD, U.S. BiiHi..
Trav. Bass. Agt.,      (leu. Agent,
Spokane, Walk.     Portland, Ore
un I'm* Mouashce mountain,  mid- lins,'
w   ti
ivny   hetWpeli   Arrow  kike and tl"*
Okanagan, where he has un   optic
mi sonic gold properties.
I . A. Manly of Ihis city, has pin
chased Hardy Bros', hotel   in Cull
man, Aila.   Jim Retdcr, also of thi- [.:-",T>'*a
eity. will have charge of the hotel I'm
present, antl left for that place
era] days ago.
The remuneration liy-laws now
hefore the eity council provide for a
salary of .?.''U0 to the mayor and
Si.':!") to each of thc aldermen.
John Haverty is building aiT add
lion lo the Engle hold on Government avenue.
City Treasurer McCallum is busily
engaged in sending out the lux notices for ] 1*01. und will no d'oubl receive;! siiHiciciit amount of blessing
diiiiug the present month to do him
the balance of the your.
The chierof police is again eollect-
iii'j road lax. He reports that Ihe
people are fulling over each other
in their eagerness to pay il.
J
m
During the Race Meet at      uu
93
Grand Forks, B. C. £0
i
iif.tliill.vii,
'll.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
V.U.F..
Geo. K. Cole, Phoenix,
A. \V. Whiteside, (Ireeiiwooil.
Thos. McLaughlin, Northport,
F. K. Arniatrortgi Rossland.
Thos. Clark, Spokane.
.1. Iv 'Williams, Montreal,
Fred McMairi, Itcpiil.lic.
15. II. Maync. Nelson,
l i. B. Green, Vi< tprla.
David Wilson, Nelson.
A. ('. Mcl'hersoii, Chicago.
J. I". Birchili'd, Toronlo.
Mrs. 15.  S. White   nnd   children
pokanc.
Jas. 15. Bell. Phoenix.
II. Kdniutisoii, Winnipeg.
T. A. Mitchell, Spokane.
•I.   M.  Campbell and wife, Phoonix.
WINNIPEG.
.1. W. MeCann, Republic.
T. E.Dext'V, Republic.
llcn.T Dahl, Orient.
IILINDED WITH 1IEADAC IE
People ofteii gel hliiuling headaohes
that siill'er from constipation. Simplest
r'liiedy is Dr. iianiilton's Pills oi
Mandrake and butternut. Thev me
mild, certain and safe. For headache
and biliousness use onlv* Dr. lliniiil
ton's Pills. Price'25c, II. K. Won. -
land, druggist.
Ill IS!
(INCLUSIVE)
the must novel attraction ever held  iu
Country. Four days of general entertainment and- rainy- &V*1
making, in which tiie whole Boundary country is cordially in- VfijfJ
vitcd to participate;    Au interest ing feature of the  Carnival  IfcixA
will he the coronation of the Queen, who will he elected i
popular vote. Candidates are entered from Rossland, Nelson, &fe»*|
Greenwood, Phoenix, Republic; Northport and Grand Forks, *>.Ijl
and a close anil spirited contest, is looked for. Another feat aWM
are will he the (Irand .Midway l'laisunce. which will In- $_§ J
stocked with novelties of every description. There will al
he n rock drilling contest for a valuable |
besi teams iu the surrounding country wi
tion. The GalifAttraotion will he ilardi-Gras night, wh
everyone is~ invited to mask from 7 toll:80p. ni. For h^
further particulars sec posters. Tin re will he SPECIAL Pi
RATES ON ALL RAH/WAYS during Carnival Weok
there  will  also K
ill    Whioh   Ihe   fjj
et    ill    coill'li'li-   K1
w. It. I'. rl.l:MI.N'f
John li. seiis. i£
CIMNT it Si
HiirrlMU-fM, t-Millottpru.
Nolo flow, lita
Itid.Ti I'.tucli, liiriii'i' Wl mil pen  A\ ic unit
I'irnl Su..t.
OltAMl POItKH, ll, c.
/
nil
$27.50 IN THE BANK IS
When an Accident Happens.
$27,50 invested in tho "AiWJiui..vnvii" Policy issued by the CANADIAN CASUALTY AND lidll.KB IN
SURANOE COMPANY", of Toronto, may be worth $15,000 '" ''"" when an aceiilenl happens. Everybody admits
tlmt it is the best ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY on the. market.
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY '" t0 l,u'c't w,tr< 'm accident iu order to receive the cash under Ihis polity.
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying;to
PETE McCALEUM, ffiSa^f
Call on him, and have your sisters, courins, wives and aunts and all their friends call, and ask to see the NEW
SICKNESS POLICY', covering :)0 diseases, which is undoubtedly the most UP-TO-DATE sickness r!iey hefore the
public.    DO IT NOW.    No medical examination required.    Every man and woman should lime mie.
Authorized "capital. $1,000,000; subscribed oapital. $600,000. Boiler Inspection, Boiler liisuriiiico, Personal
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator Insurance. Consulting Engineers; It will payyuii to take out
a policy on your boiler and consult us free of charge on tdl matters pertaining to steam usage. ('m Kngineers Advisory .Department can save our policy holders many times their premiums by the service rendered lliein. The fact
of regu ar inspection is the greatest safeguard aguiust boiler explosions.    All our inspectors arc rr.*| *ible engineers.
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    -     -     Head O'lice Toronto!
P. T. McCALLUM, OltAND FOHKS AGENT.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Aid. Feeney       P. Donaldson
Geo. Urlin J. Temple
R. F. Petrie       J. M. Ross
M. White John Leamy
y$ C. Buhler
to
fi
p
5
5
^^l^trit:M$^£^^tft^^
cA FULL LINE §f\
Drugs, Patent Medicines
and Drug Sundries.
Rubber Sundries a Specialty.
Phone 35 | A" pl,0™.°i8.?omP^}    Night Service
( AU Phone (inleis Promptly (
'( Attended I.i. '   j
bridge and T     T\/T     Pf\QQ    Drug
Second Streets     J-    1V1.    iVVJOO     and
gist
Chemist
u
NION HOTEI AND MUSIC HALL1
Bar Supplied With the finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER--
Meals Served at All Hours, finely furnisliod
Rooms in Connection,
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
^niOER AGENTS W&NTED
in each town to take orders for our new High Grudo
Guaranteed Uleycl.'s.
New 1903 Models
"Seiiise," Complete $8.75
" CoSSStclt," Cuarnnl I Ulgh Grade $10.75
"Sine, ten," ' ABonuty $12.75
"Neutlorf," hood I'.acer $14.75
uo better bloyele at any price.
Any other make or model you wnl at one-third
usual price, Choico of any Btandard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles.  bi,ou<ii.-.f guarantee,
Wo Still' ON APPiiOVAL O. O. D. to any one
without a cent deposit nml allow lo DAYS FREE
TRIAL oi fore purohaso Is blndine,
500 Second Hand Wheels *£"» .  i
inkiii in trade bv our Ohleaffo ret nil stein, uu 10 i
till makes ;>u<! rnoaols. eooa nsni-w  ~
DO NOT BUY PSrVs'lr--^-"5--^^ te'
sundries and
rycah
...  PRICES AND FREE 1'IAL OFFtti'.
Inw pmhIs o( nil MinK nl Imlf nniilur i>rl<«\
n world of iistjfullnfnini.il inn. \\ illr for It.
MEAD GYSLE CO., Chicago, III. s	
W.K.C.MANLY
0
...lll'.Al.l-.ll IX...
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings- ■ =
c:
The lirst consignment of a  p. . - >-,-
largaanclup-txKlato stock of  bOOlS £111(1 3110 eS
Just Received.
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET \
WE LIVE TO EAT
AND EAT TO LIVE
Is an old axiom, hut in
wc must get the best to
'dev to live
MflllR Tender Steaks, Juicy Cutlets, Chops,
UUIl p^h ancj Game in Season.
Etc.
Union cJMeat Companjr
Phone  14
Head Office at Greenwood,  11. 0.    Matucbts at Greenwood; 11. ('.
Phoenix, 11. ('., Grand'Forks, R. C, and McLeod, Aha,
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore Shipments of Boundary mines for  11)00, 1001,1903,
1003, 1004, and for the past week:
7,000       1001.        1002.        1000        1004   Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoonix    64,633   231,7(12   300,808   303,181    280,090     12,180
Snowshoe, Phoenix        207
Mother Lode. Deadwood     6,840
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Morrison, Deadwood	
11. ('. Mine. Summit  19,404
Emma, Summit	
Senator, tHunnnit Camp  	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp  	
V.rcy Koglc, Suimiiit ('amp  	
No. 37, Summit Camp  	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1.070   * 1,040
GoldenCrown,Wellington    2,250       	
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200 550
No. 7 Mine, Central  005
Citv of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        160 350
Providence, Providence  	
Elkliorn, Greenwood  	
E. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    3,380      6,861
1,721     20,800 74,212
00,031    141,326 138,(170
804       7,455 15,731
150          3,330
47,405     14,811 19,865
(15(1       8,530 22,037
  868
  15,537
90,834
2,848
785
625
482
1(1,(177
1,756
13,870
102
1,023
3(13
"i'32
2,435
5,646'
2,968
2,175
I   210
903
400
167
436
285
204
Total, tons  00,730   300,000   507,515   684,426   413,007
rauby Smelter treated  62,387   230,828   312,340   401,021    312,705
-}^.^!\V*^'^^^^.% A*&lh**& *■* **■•*- *-* ****** ^
16,646
12.28-1
.JSk.
The "Club"
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE,
First Street.
Highest Grado Imported
PollTS. CllEHItiES, BuiiQUN-
iiif.s. Etc,
JOE-' THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment 01 Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables, and Sofas iust arrived, Call and inspect them.
Also a stock of liiiinkets. Quilts, Pillows, etc., to he sold
ut greatly reduced prices. Sec our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue Grand  Forks
N. D. McINTOSH
RST   BTRttlCT, OIIAXO    l-'OUKH
AC I'lete Line  of   Furniture,   Hardware und Cutlery Always
Cnrried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rock  Prices.   Largest  Variety "of
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
IS YOUR BREATH BAD?
Had breath is one of the early symptoms   of   catarrh   which   should   be
cheoked   at once and not allowed  to
ran into consumption. Tlu* surest cure
is  fragrant,   healing    Catarrhozone,
which cures catarrh by  removing its
cause.  No case in too chronic, bvi n the
most sfcubbdrn yield in a* short time to
the balaaitlic ■ apor of Catarrhozone,
It   makes   cures that last  for once
cured hy Catarrhozone you stay cured.   w.:
Catarrhozone is pleasant,  convenient Ti
and   safe   to use,  relieves almost in- M
slant ly   and   is   guaranteed to   cure
eyery type of catarrh, bronchitis and
a- tlini.'i.     Use   only    Catarrhozone.
Complete outfit $1.00, trial size 25o.
il. K. Woodland, druggist.
THE   TORONTO
,Di™wsf
m
AND THE
m
20
w
n
Bought mul Sold.    Call and InBpect My G
of New Article*) Constantly Kept in Slock.
ids.   A Great Variety
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
SEE MAC FOR BNRGAINS
LAWN
AN
k,.„ SEEDS
The ecret of Good Crops is to Secure Good
Seeds. All Our Seeds are Fresh and Warranted to be of the Highest Quality.
N. McLELLAN  &   CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
, Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty
BRIDGE STREET
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked.
American Boy,        -.',
lien Hur .'  21
Black Tail  .'1
Canadian Gold Fields       4J'
Card (McK.)ex-div.       li
Centre Star  25
Denoro Mines  22
Fairview  .'1
Fisher Maiden  3
Giant   2
Granby Consolidated, K25
Morning Glory         I'
Mountain l.iou  11
N'ui'lii Star (I'I, K.).;, 5
Payne  10
Quilp  16
Uiinibler-Cin-iboo  22J
San.l'uil  2j
Sullivan  o|
Tom rriiiinili  2
Wm- Eagle Con  II
Waterloo (assess, pd), I.',
While Hcill ., a
Nmv is the time to bring in yotif
bicycle and gel it repaired and put in
shapo for the wheeling season. Geo.
Chappie, Bicycle Healer nnd Repairer.
wnen   tne  Duke   nf  Ijevonshirc  ami
the present Duke of Mnnohester's grand*
fnllirr were young they loved Louisa,
daughter of the Count d'Alten of Hanover.   Devonsliire, tiuni known us !,nnl
Hartlngtonj was a Inggnfd In his love af-
fairs, as he lias linen In everything else-,
nnd so the lady became Dilehesa of Man-
chesler   in   1852,  and   duchess   slm  remained for forty years.   Hut. though she 1
married the other tiuni, her devotion to  r^.^*
Lord Hartlngton  end  his  devotion  to  PiTS
her were famous.   Bhe counseled him In  **&jt
ell the Important nlValiB of his public  "*
life, spurred him on, anil was his netivest
'riend.   Nobody thought 'of inviting one
s-ithout the other.   At last Manohestcl
died, Hartlngton liiiiiself shortly after-
ward succeeded  to a dukedom, nnd III
1802 the widow, still one nf the beautiful women of England, Incline a bride |£
i ud a duchess again.
yB GRAND FORKS SUN IS
.FOR    ONLY,
a
§$2.25 a Year|
a
sir Edmund Burne-Jones, w1 -o shared
with Danlo Gabriel  Koesottl i.io hoimr
of founding the pre-Uaphnclito oohool ol
Knglish painters, ns a young nun esclll'
hileil his works at Ihe Old Water-coin"
Society.      In      18(111      his      principal
exhibit at -the Summer Exhibition was n
very poetical drawing called "Phyllis and
Deniophunn," in which both the figures
were nude, but without conveying Hie
faintest suggestion of Indelicacy.    ITn- -
fmtunntcly, however, nn Important put- j
ron of the society, one Mr. Leaf, a prosperous talk merchant,  chose  to regard
the picture as tin outrage on propriety,
and brought such pressure  l« hear on I
thc   council   tiv     they   requested   Mr. |
Hnrne-.lones to    .port into thc picture a I
certain nnifiunt of raiment.    This  ihe
painter Indignantly rofitsrd  lo do, and
the result was tlmt  before   the public1
admission day he withdrew himself and
Ills drawing from Uie society.   It wns a
deplorable  Incident  by   which all con-"
corned were Cue losers, except the puritanical silk-dealer, who, ns might fcu-e
GRAND FORKS, Ii.  C.    been  csucctdd. hnmcdli'-lely  gained  h,,
oMlhrlcimt of "l'ig-I-ca f.
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ho paper.
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