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 Legislative Library
ZTbe
Sun.
*-C
Sixth Tear-No. 13
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, December 14, 1906
Semi-Weekly—$1.00 Per Year In Advance
In the Boundary  being
stalled at Boundary
Falls
In
When in Operation the Smelter Will Treat 1400
Tons a Day
The mammoth furnace for the
Boundary Fails smelter will be in
operation some time in February.
Farts-of it have arrived and have
been set up, but shipment of machinery from the east has been delayed
owing to the immense pressure of
business. It is expected that when
everything is in running order some
1300 to 1400 tons per day will be
smelted at this smelter. The management consists of Samuel Newhouse,
general manager; M. M. Johnson, consulting engineer; T. R. Drummond,
superintendent, and W. C. Thomas,
smelter superintendent.
He cannot look -you in the face for
love or money. In the quadruped
kingdom he would be either a hyena
or a skunk or a cross-bred. Among
the birds of the air he would be a
cuckoo in disposition, with a crow's
complexion, \while as a reptile he
would be a rttle-snake. He "does"
everybody, relatives included. Relatives are usually his first victims because they are decent enough to place
some confidence in him. He is the
one man that can perform that won-
nerful contortionist feat of getting beneath himself. When you meet him
do not patronize him. Do not listen
to him. Hit him in the place where
his brains ought to be, and kick him
where they are.
The Roscians
The announcement of the return of
the Roscian Opera Company for two
nights, commencing next Wednesday,
December 19, presenting the hilariously funny comic opera, "Said
Pasha" and also .that old favorite,
"Martha," will please their many admirers who heard the company a short
time ago in "The Mikado." "Said
Pasha" is the latest addition to the
company's extensive repertoire, and
its great success has surpassed the
most sanguine managerial antinipa*
tions. "Martha," that splended ro*
mantic opera,-will be presented on
Thursday night. In this opera Miss
Lucia Nola sings Moore's wondrous
ballad, "The Last Rose of Summer"
with wdrvelius effect, and Frank
Walters the.Tenor Aria, '.'Ah, So
Fair." MisiT'Winifred Crowley, the
charming Ross.and contralto, plays
"Nuncy."
Seats for both operas are on sale
three days in advance at Woodland's,
Beserved seats, $1.00.
The Knocker Assayed
The ' 'knocker" is tho offspring of
failure and envy. He is an only
child, an 1 like most only children,
generally spoiled. He never reaches
real maturity .Success in others
hurts him like a tight shoe. When
ho grows up he goes into the laundry
business, and wherever he goes he
Oiiaries with hiin a lot of soiled linen
and a clothus line. Having no property of his own, and bring too poor
to rent, ho becomes a "poacher,"
m ikes his headquarters in the oliices
of other people. Tliere he sets up his
tub, stretches his line and remains until you interupt hiin with the polite
invitation to come .igain sometime
when you are not so busy. The
"knocker" always gots business for
the firm that drens' t pay his salary.
As soon as his own firm finds that
out he is retif I without notice or
pay. His em|..uynient is a dangerous
business policy. Ho is a business
vandal, contii lally tearing down
without replacing anything better, an
unwholesome creature with a bad
heart and with eyes which are set so
close together that he can peep thru a
keyhole with both  of  them at once.
NEWS OF THE CITY
Slippery Sidewalks the Cause
of Sundry Original Aero* •
batic Turns
place in Knox Presbyterian church
ton Wednesday evening, the 19th
inst. A reception will be held in the
evening from 8 to 10 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller.
The K. of 1'. Lodge of this city
will give a ball in the opera house
on Nev Year's eve.
In gent's stick pins we are showing a nice line in gold, and some
with diamond and pearl settings,
from 82 to $15. Morrison the
Jeweler.
CHURCH StRVICES
Methodist CuuRcfi, E. Manuel,
pastor.—Services next Sunday at
usual hours. Morning subject, "Concentration;" evening subject, "Christianity and Wealth." Everybody
welcome.
Baptist Cudrch, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services at 11 a. m.
and 7:30"p.m. The pastor will preach
tit each service.
Our line of neck chains in filled at
$1.60 to $3.00, and solid gold at-'17;
with nice pendant to match, 75c to
$8.00.   Morrison tbe Jeweler.
Norma Herr held the lucky number
in the drawing contest at W. H
Itter's stationary store, winning the
large handsome doll.
A nice tie clip at 75c.    Morrison
the Jeweler.
Geo. A. MacLeod returned to the
city last night from a business trip
lo Spokane.
D. D. Munro and James Anderson
were Phoenix business visitors last
Saturday.
At t. general meeting of the Grand
Forks Amateur Athletic Association
on next Monday evening some important business will be transacted. The
secretary desires the presence of all
those affiliated with the organiation.
Lloyd A. Manly returned last
Tuesday from a two weeks' trip to
Coleman. Alberta.
An Employer of Hindoo Labor
Accumulating Additional
Experience
T. R. Drummond, superintendent
of the Dominion Copper company, was
in town this week.
A mysterious explosion resulting in
serious- injuries to two miners, is reported to huve taken place at thu Sil*
ver Dollar mine, Camborne, last 81111-
day. The men, named* Coventry and
McDonald respectively, had just be*
gun drilling a small hole when a loud
explosion occurred, blowing one of the
drills against Coventry's leg with such
force as to break it, while McDonald
was badly wounded about the face
and eyes. The former was taken to
the hospital at Revelstoke and McDonald will be taken to either Vancouver or Spokane, where it is expected that under the care of a specialist
his eyesight may be preserved. The
remarkable thing about the affair is
that the men followed themselves in
the work und cannot account for the
accident. As no powder marks were
visible afterwards the mystery is intensified. The mining inspector will
investigate.
The slippery condition of the sidewalks just now would provoke most
anybody to profanity as well as to sit
down occasionally. A few nights ago
the reporter met a citizen who in his
efforts to navigate had all the antics
of an intoxicated person whipped to a
light froth. The lauguage he had occasion to use was even worse than
the Hindoo "lingo," and of sufficient
strength to last over night. "I tell
you," he fairly roared, "I tell you we
won't stand for itl" He then executed sundry acrobatic turns entirely new
to the vaudeville profession, bit his
tongue and unceremoniously set down.
Let us draw the curtain right here.
This is but one instance among hundreds, and under such trying circumstances the Christmas spirit stands
back, its hands upheld in abject
horror.
A. P. McKechnie, who has occasion
to employ Hindoo labor, is having
his hands full of experience these
days. He says one morning this week
when he called the roll there was no
response but the low growl of the
north wind. A hurried investigation
divulged the fact that every last one
of the sons of sunny India were far
away in the dreamlands of whiskey-
ology, and this sickening sight so affected Mr. McKechnie that he
straightway hastened to the city and
hired one Chinaman to act in the
capacity of the score or more of Hindoos he had fired that morning.
"Everything works fine now," Mr.
McKechnie stated last night, and
added: "A Chinaman will at least
stay sober."
Lome A. Campbell, of the West
Kootenay Power & Light company,
was in the city a few days ago, and
made an inspection of the substation at the smelter. He stated
that the tranforiimrs are being dried
and will bo lendy for turning on the
-'juice" in ten days. At Bonnington one of the huge 8000-liurnepower
machines is ready to run, and the
other will be 111 shape by two weeks.
The water will be turned on and the
whole plant tested in about ten days.
A large nnd most select line of
14-k. Hfiirl Brooches, from $3.75 to
825.    Morrison the Jeweler.
We cull the attention of our numerous renders south of the international boundary line to the advertisement*! in this issue of J. Bell &
Co. and John II. Grunewald, two
wide-awake firms of Danville, Wash.
A large stock of gent's cuff buttons in 10-k. and 14-k. at $3.00 tp
88.00.    Morrison the Jeweler.
Dan Campbell, who was employed
on the Kettle Valley line, had his left
hand badly smashed by a pile driver
last Tuesday afternoon while putting
on an iron band around the top of a
pile. Dr. Kingston, who attended
the injured man, found the hand in
such a condition as to necessitate it
being amputated. The patient is doing well.
If you don't read Peter B. Nelson Co.'s advertisement every issue
you may miss sonic rare bargains.
Invitation's have been issued for
ihe marriage of Mr. George Man-
son and Miss Katherinc Boss,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. R.
Ross.7-The  ceremony   will    take
James Little, a pioneer resident of
the West end, left on Wednesday for
Ontario, where he will spend the winter.
W. H. Covert visited in Republic
last Wednesday.
A free lunch, including oysters on
the half shell, will be served at the
Club saloon on Christm >s day and
during the evening. Everybody
invited.    Martin Dufour, Manager.
A number of Grand Forks citizens who invested in Mexican rubber lands about a year ago are still
stretching their necks for dividends.
Manager Lew Johnson, of the
Grand Forks opera house, has just
received a new cabinet in which to
keep reserved seat tickets. It is an
entirely new idea in this class of furniture, every ticket being provded
with a separate compartment, which
will tend to obviate mistakes being
made in future.
A large and new Btock of enameled
souvenir goods just opened up, at
25c to $3.    Morrison the Jeweler.
Great   Northern Magnate's
Plans Shrouded in
Mystery
Indications Point to an Appeal to Ottawa for
Legislation
The sidewalks are in a dangerously slippery condition. A number of people have received nasty
fallb on tbe Winnipeg avenue bill.
The authorities should sprinkle all
dangerous places with sawdust, as
has been done in former seasons.
In ladies' watches we are O. K.
We can just suit your purse and the
dear girl's heart. Morrison the
Jeweler.
Wm. Bunting and Miss Anna
Utas, both well known and respected
residents of this city, were married
today at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Kirk, Iln* ceremony being read
hy Rov. Henry Steele. Chas. Bunting, blether of the groom, acted as
hest man. Tho couple were the re
cipieuts of numerous liuiidsoiiie presents from many well-wishing friends.
The Sun congratulates.
From now until after the holidays
Morrison's Jewelry store will be open
till 10 o'clock every evening.
AVinnipeg, Dec. 12.—Every action
of the Hill interests in Manitoba and
the Canadian Northwest points to the
preparation of some big deal in the
near future and words has leaked out
that Mr. Hill is about to ask the
sanction of the dominion government
for some deal of more lhan ordinary
importance. Along the lines of the
Great Northern in Minnesota and the
Dakotas the wheat is piled under tarpaulins at the stations, the elevators
being full and no cars in sight, while
a large percentage of the wheat will
be left over until spring at a loss of
six or seven cents a bushel to the producer, Here in Manitoba things are
entirely different along the Canadian
branches of the Great Northern. A
farmer asks for a car and he gets it at
once, anp if he needs more than he at
first thought he wires for another and
it comes along attached to the next
passenger train.
The fact that Mr. Hill is now serving his Canadian customers better than
his old patrons south os the boundary
is taken fo mean that he wants legislation at the coming session at Ottawa for his projects in Manitoba and
British Columbia and the farmers of
the Northwest are certainly benefitting by this discrimination on the
part ot Mr. Hill against their southern neighbors and competitors and
they hope though they fear it will not,
last.
From the time the announcement
was made that the Hill interests intended to invade Canada not a day
was last to push the project to completion. Survey parties were sent
out and as soon as lines were run for a
portion of the new line a contractor
was awarded the contract with instructions to lose no time in its completion. Behind the contractor Jfol-
lowcd the steel gang with the same
orders from headquarters—rush, rush.
Before the Midland of Manitoba, one
of the Hill lines, was properly commenced trains wore running on that
portion where steel had been laid and
although everyone thought it was impossible for Mr. Hill to holp in moving the wheat crop of 190G, and contrary to his promise to feed the eastern lines of the existing systems, this
wheat is being taken south to keop
the Minneapolis mills working. Added to this Mr. Hill promises to build
another transcontinental lino in Canada with equal rapidity.
At the Conservative meeting in the
opera house Inst night E. Miller was
elected president of the association
Delegates were also chosen to the
nominating convention, and a com-
mittre was appointed to confer with
the I'lioenix Conservatives.
Work on the Kettle Valley line
bridge at Third street is progressing
very rapidly, the piling having al-
iviidy been driven hnlfwny ncross
the river.
Pure Havana Cigars, 10 or 2D in
a box, for Christmas presents, at
the G rand Forks Liquor Store. These
cigars are absolutely of the finest
quality.
John Jackson, of Fife, B. C,. well
known to the Scandinavians of this
city, and a Miss Hanna Eriekson, of
Spokane, were married in this eity
on Monday last.
Signet rings in great variety at $1
to $12.   Morrison the Jeweler. ffl THE GLASAKS you wear do
I Bj   not ■Milt you, or yoU ftre trou-
I m]  bled in any wuy  with   your
■   I     eyee.enll un nr-und huvetlietn
MMm   examined.   We -jimranlee all
our corrections fur erroru uf
re fraction.
Our stuck of Speetnele and EyeGlnf-s
Frames now contains a large UNSort-
ment of the very lntef-t atylei and improvement! in f°*utir<U, l»i'I litres and
inoiiiitiii-r-*, while the It'nscs we use
are the best money con buy—abno-
Ititely faultless.
Our line of Barometers, Thermometers, Field and Opera Glasses, Mii-rnl-
fyiu-f, Rending Glasses, Cumpaxses,
etc., is unmriiassed in the Boundary,
at prloei within the reach of all.
J. A. HARTLEY*®, CO.,
Expert Watchmakers,'Jewellers
and Opticians,
FIRST STREET, OFFOSITE FOSTOFFICE
Many years' experience In the optical
business in London, .England.
(Hljp Ihwmtg £>tm
Published at Grand Forks, British Columbia,
Every Tuesday and Friday Eveniugs.
G.A.Evans Editor and Publisher
SUBSOBIPTION BATES :
One fear $1.50
One Year (in advance)  1.00
Advertising rates furnished ou ap;illoiitin
Legal notices, 10 and 11 cents per line.
Address all oommiinioutions to
The Evening Sun,
Phonb B74 Qband Fobrs, B.C.
FRIDAY,   DECEMBER 14, 1906
British Columbia has an ideal mining law. Ontario's mining law is
bad, and, in spots, Ontario's minerals
are not much better. In British Colombia the miner settles the title to a
claim when he drives his stakes. In
Ontario the lawyers'settle a title to a
claim when they get the patent out of
the government at the Queen's Park,
und even the patent is not always
finul. In British Columbia the miner
applies for his certificate of improve
ment or his Crown grant. His application is advertised. If objection is
raised the courts at once determine
the validity of every assault upon the
GutGl
ass
See our Windows on Saturday
for prices and line cutting. All
nev.
MomBoxx tlj? J*ttt*l?r
claim-holder's title. In Ontario tlie|' Piecework is to test the ptissibili*
title to a mining claim is a question j ties of the Hindu as a railway laborer,
of fact and policy to be determined by I \bout seventy-five of the race aro
the government. In British Colun- now employed on that basis bv Iron-
bia the title to a mining claim is a side Rannie ik Campbell, contractors
question of fact and law determined for the construct! hi of the Great Nor-
by the courts.
The announcement of the apoint-
ment of W. H. P. Clement to the
Supreme Court bench of the province
will be received with favor by all
classes of the community. The government is again to be congratulated
on the wisdom it has shown in making
a selection and the community on the
calibre of the appointee. The new
judge had gained a reputation as a
practitioner before he came to the
province, being for years a partner in
oue of the strongest legal firms in the
city of Toronto, the home of some of
the most distinguished lawyers in
Canada. He has gained no inconsiderable amount of fame by his pen,
having established a reputation by his
works on constitution law. Mr.
Clement's promotion from the status
of a county judge to the higher position on the bench of the Supreme
Court was amply warranted by his
acknowledged standing as a legal
authority, and we believe we express
the general verdict when we say he
will prove himself a worthy successor
os Mr. Justice Duff, now on the Bench
of the Supreme Court of Canada.—
Victoria Times.
E. Blake Robertson, federal assistant superintendent of immigration,
arrived in Vancouver Wednesday to
make a special study of the Hindu
invasion. Interviewed as to the question of the Hindus' standing as British subjects interfering with deportation, he said: "The fact that they
are British subjects has nothing to do
with it, as far as the working of the
Immigration Act is concerned, provided it can be proved that they, as a
class, are liable to a charge on thi
community. That is the chief object
in the recent amendment to the act
Members of any class of nationality
ean be deported in numbers if it is conclusively established that they are undesirable emigrants and not self-sn*
porting. Last year, for instance, the
immigration department deported over
600 British subjects who eiinie under
|that category. So, provided the Hindus prove objectionable in these re-
pects, it will be an easy matter to
deal with them under the act anil the
problem will thus adjust itself." Mr.
Robertson will hurry his work so as
to get his report before the house
after the Christinas vacation.
tliern cutofl' between New Westminster and Blaine. By the contract system the Hindus will huve to work to
make money, tlio with a fair amount
nf effort they can make a fair day's
wage.
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
for
Blood, Pore, Rich, Red
Rosy glow in the face, sparkling
eyes, vivacious spirits are all (.he outcome of good blood. No surer way
exists of pursfying and enrighing the
blood than to use Dr. Hamilton's
Pills. By their gentle action on the
bowels, kidneys and liver they filter
every impurity from the system, leaving it wholesome and able to do the
work necessary for the maintenance
of health.
To be well, look well, and feel always at your best, use Dr Hamilton's
Pills of Mandrake and Butternut, a
truly wonderful medicine for young
and old.    Price 25c at all dealerr.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RATES
The Northern Pacific railway will
on January 14 and 15 sell round trip
tickets from Spokane and common
points to Denver, Colorado, and return
at the very low rate of $50.00,account
of the American National Live Stock
Association. Going limit ten days
from date of sale and final return limit
30 days from date of sale. Stop-Overs
in either direction will be allowed. A
small additional charge will be mude
for return through California.
Further information will be furnished by, A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A.,
Portland, Oregon; G. A. Mitchell,
Gen. Agt., Spokane; W. H. Ude, T.
P. A., Spokane.
Pay More and Get the Best
A cheap fiesh burning corn remedy
is never satisfactory. The best is
Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor; it
costs but a quarter, and is guaranteed
to cure thoroughly. Use only Putnam's
coiffiioirto Br tdc md-scoim
MEN'S BLUE AND BLACK
CHEVIOT SOUS
JUST ARRIVED
Special Values (or the
Christmas Trade
MUNRO 8 STEPHENS
SOLE ,U'I*V*S
Bridge Sti a Grand Forks, B. G
The dominion government has decided to give a mail subsidy of $6000
a year to the Canadian Pacific Steam
ship oompany for carrying the mails
between victoria and Seattle. A contract for two years bus been arranged
with the C. P. It.
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
choir price on all case and draught
wines and liquors.
Your daughter will be in fashion
with one of Morrison the Jeweler's
gold neck chains and lockets.
Signet rings in great variety at $1
to §12.    Morrison the Jeweler.
Bioyouss. and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1906 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposib
Postolfice, First street.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will serve supper on Decern
ber 15th from 5 to 8 p.m., in the
vacant building on the corner o*
Bridge and First streets. A sale of
work will be held during the after
noon.
55,731
25,108
3,056
4,747
9,486
3,007
1,883
:'3
• 150
'■"jib
145
770
105
20
535
689
255
73
20
40
90
80
20
500
1906
775,314
6,606
114,400
134,829
2,960
22,736
•46,128
3,263
12,023
6,401
Past Week
13,53!)
"480
1,914
32
796
792
72
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines
1905, 1906 and for the past week:
1905
Granby Mines, Phoenix       653,889
Snowshoe,   Phoenix  	
Mother Lode, Deadwood       174,567
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood  ....
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, I'hoenix	
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Dcndwood....	
Mountain Rose, Summit    	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp ....
Senator, SummitCamp	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, (• reen wood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence '.	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Bay, Skylark .'	
Mavjs, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
586
30
86
76
9
1,140
40
140
20
15
529
45
171
80
60
20 -
Total, tons  933,548 1,101,796 17,675
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  687,988 800,493 13,939
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  220,830 107,869 2,902
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  84,059 207,855 3,606
Total treated ' 982,877 1,116,218 20,447
For Xmas Dainties
Qon't fail to call {It
HEADQUARTERS
Fresh Meats of All Kinds.
Fine Turkeys and Poultry.
The Best of Everything for the Culinary Department.
The Best of everything ih the Confectionery' Line.
The Best of Everything in the Notion Line, as far as it goes.
New Nuts and Fancy Cigars.
John H. Grunewald
Postoffice Store
Danville,  "Wash.
G
RAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
LEW JOHNSON,  MANAGER
For a nice linir cut or sliave go to
the City Barber Shop on Bridge street.
Baths 50c, three for 81.00.
The Lion Bottling Works are selling Ooodorham & Wort's Rye Whiskey the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for 83.00 per gallon.
In the County Court of Yale Holden
at Grand Forks.
IN TUB   MATTKK   OK   THK   ESTATE   OP
Williitm TliuinpH-iii, 111'i-ci i.i-. 11.
NOTICK Ih hereby trlven tlmt on the 18th
dny uf Heptentbur, Iint6, It wat* ordered by
.) ii'Idi' Clement thut A. (7 Sutton he ai)tniuIh-
irutiir of all and Hhi^lilnr the eatnte of Wil-
limn Thompson, Into of Grand Korku, ll. (7,
.h-ll'llKCcl, iutt-Ntati'.
livery pemon Indebted to the mild •■■■tiit-p
is required to make payment forthwith to
the undersigned, and every person havtuir in
pottites-'ioii effecti* belonging to deceased it-
required to notify the under sinned forthwith. Every eredltor or otber person hav-
iiif? any claim upon or Interest in the diatrl-
tuition of said estate Is required before the
end January, 11907, to send by registered letter addressed to the undertitrned, his name
and address and full particulars of hts claim
or interest and a statement of his account
verified by statutory declaration and the
tint inn of the security [if any] held by him.
After the said 2nd of January the administrator will proceed with the distribution of
'he estate, bavin}*- regard to those claims
only of which he shull then have notice.'
Dated at Grand Forks, H.C, 12th December, MlO.
A.C. SUTTON,
Official Administrator, Grand Forks, B. f
NOTICE
Wednesday and Thursday
December 19 and 20
Return  of  the favorites'   the
Roscian Opera Company
INCLUDING
MISS LUCIA NOLA MR. FEANK W. WALTERS
MISS WINNIFRED CROWLEY     EDWARD FLAVELLE
MISS CARRIE GODFREY JOHN DEWEY
CARL HOFFMANn and the Big Singing Chimin.
Wednesday Evening
tin* superlatively funny
creation,
SAID PASHA
Thursday Evening
MARTHA
PRICES, RESERVED $1.00
Seats for Both Operas Three Days in Advance at Woodland's.
j Largest ^Assortment
Of New Goods ever brought to the city to select from. When
you want Clothes, come in and see what PRACTICAL TAILORS lu'°
doing before buying elsewhere.    We are selling
SUITS FROM $17.00 UP
OVERCOATSFROM$17.00 UP
PANTS FROM $5.50 UP
Stock CertiiVale
Sun job oflice.
printed at The
Revision for correcting and revising the
.iters' l,i-t for r he yenr 11*17, nIirII hit on the
list day of Dtmeniher, at 14 o'clock p.m.. at the
'oilncil i handlers In the  City Hall, Grand
ftirln, B.C.
J. A, McCALLUM.
Grand Forlu, t>.('„ City Clerk,
iiecember 10th, lflOfi.
Guarantee Fit—and when we say fit, we mean what we say.
No trouble to show goods.
TBE,	
RELIABLE TAILOR
GEO. E. MASSIE
■ «':»f»«w. Pi
SPOKANE OFFICE 1
110   WASHINGTON     ST
WHITE FOH CATALOGUE.
TNE COMPORTMLC WAV.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dally
Leave
5:15 p. in.
Spokane, Seattle,
Kverett, Helling-
ham, Vanoouver,
Victoria and all
Coast pointa	
Spokane, Ferule,
Wimtlpeg.St Paul
und Miniieanolls..
Northport, How
lund. Nelson, Kaslo and Sandon....
Republic, Curlew
and Ferry (Midway).............
5.05 p.m.
5:05 pin.
5:05 p.m.
5:20 p.m. | Phoenix, B.U. ... |  jjj» u.m.
Connueetlnic. at Spokane with the famous
_ "ORIENTAL LIMITED'*
2—Daily Overland Train**—2
From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul.
Minneapolis, St. Louli, Chicago and all
points enat.
For complete Information, ratei,
berth reservations, etc., cull on or ad-
dreaa,
H. SHEBDV, Agent,
Orand Porks.
S. G. YERKES, A. O. P. A..
Seattle.
NOTICE
NOTICE fa hereby given that thirty days
nfter date I Intend ninklntr application
to the Chief Commlas)oner of Lands and
Work« for a special license to cut and remove timber from the following described
lands: Commencing at tbia pout, located on
the eflst bank nf Suva-re creek, a west branch
of the North Fork of Kettle river, at a point
75 feet southeast of where a landslide or dry
wash enters said creek from the west aide,
aud where a small jam and pond ia formed on.
aud about three mllea from the mouth of
"Rid creekt thenoe running west 40 ehaina:
.thenee north 80chains, thence east 80 chains:
thence 4011th 80 chains; thence west 40 ehaina
to place of beglnuiuu, containing 640 acrea.
Located thi* 20th day of October. 1606.
J. F MAJ OR. Locator.
QRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
Two Nights and Saturday Matinee,
Beginning
Friday, December 14
cJMR. C. P. WALKER PRESENTS
THE GREAT
MoEW-BN
And His Company
SUPREME MASTER
MAGICIAN
15,000 Dollars Invested In Illusions and
Magical Equipment
World's Foremost
HYPNOTIST
A Scientific Demonstration of the Wonderfully Mysterious Hypnotic Force
Prices 75c and 50c
SPECIAL  SCENERY
CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY
Seats  on sale  one week in advance at
Woodland's Drug Store
T«E palm
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FRESH STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Clyars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Motel V
alhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Smelteimen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table Supplied with the Best the
Market A'lords.
I The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always in Stock at the Bar.
S. NELSON PROPRIETOR
DRAYING
Heavy ond Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Pas*
sengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Telephone A129
Second Hand Goods orand fohks transfer company
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Carpet*. Cli-ened ami Laid.
Furniture Ileputred, Upbol-
atnred nnd Cleaned, nud
(itii**r j-ili* in the house-
cleaning line.
RUTHKKFORT)    BltOS., PltOPS.
Call or lenve'ordera nt
MILES' SECOND-HAND STORE,
Next Door to Lion Rattling Works,
BRI )QE STREET
| NOTICE
NOTICE Ih hereby riven that I will apply, nt
the next nit-ettu-j of the LloeiiHH I mn-
mtiwi'iiiprs for thn CJrimd PorUt. I.■■••■line Di**-
trlot,for tipm'erof thf Re'n*1 Liqiu-r M
cenae forth- Nortlern ho'el, sltimtt- at Ri it
nock City, Yule District, ti-oin tlit' lllitte *
nitftietl to Hubert Liiidliolm, of Bannook City
afore-snld.
Dnted thu 14th dny nf November. 19'(1
PRANK rUBTINGKR.
Winter|
Round-Trip
Excursion Rates
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
GRAND FORKS to Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal und points
west thereof in Ontario and Quebec  SSI.55
Dates of Sale, November 24th to December Bl«t.
i'-.rsi UliiVi 'i'nrt-u Months' Limit.
Correspondingly low rntes to other Eastern points.
SPECIAL LOW KATES TO OLD COUNTRY
furnished upon application.
tl. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
McEwen To   jht
There is nothing supc. ..aural abonl
the work of McEwen, t .* Grunt, who
to appear here touif; it. He in u
scientist ami accounts for everj'tliinj;
he does upon the natural laws, and
the feats, or whatever they may be
called, he accomplishes, may all be explained in a natural way. They are
not of a character' that gives one the
creepv, crawling feeling, and sends
one home believing in ghosts, spooks
ind the like. They are, however,
more wonderful, because they are real,
performed by a power, which, though
we do not understand, is as fixed, and
as much u rail of nature itself as the
law i of gravitation and other known
forces. .
Thus, while we see a woman suddenly disappear into space before our
very eyes, we know she is human,
material and so governed by estabish-
ed natural laws that it is impossible for her to vanish in thin air.
Yet, where does she go, and how is
the illusion produced! These are the
questions, to solve the mystery of
which students will go nightly to the
performance of the Great McEwen,
and return more mystified than ever.
Each evening's entertainment winds
you deeper in the toils until you are
compelled to confess yourself beaten
and acknowledge the presence of a
master.
While magic will constitute the
major portion of the performance, still
enough time will be given to hypnot-
tism to thoroughly delight those enjoying this humorous exhibition, and
also prove to scientific minds his complete control of the highest forms of
mental philosophy.
McEwen will be "supported by a
company of clever entertainers, including several headline vaudeville
acts, and his whole performance will
be clothed in new and special scenery.
He is at the opera house tonight and
tomorrow night.
No Liniment Can Cure It
That pain between the eyes isn't
neuralgia. Many think so, but it is
catarrh, plain ordinary cataarh that
needs attention right now. Your
proper lead is to use "Catarrhozone."
Doctors recognize it as a cure that
surpasses all others. Sure, because it
does reach the trouble; safe, because
no drugs to take, you breath its healing vapor direct to the course of the
trouble, and euro is guaranteed. Two
sizes, 25c and $1.     Sold everywhere.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms
with bath, near the smelter. Apply
Mrs. Ritchie's.      ■
NOTICE
Iu the matter of the "Land Registry Aot,"
aud iu the matter of the Title to Part 20
acres of Lot 530, Group I, Oaoyooa Division,
Yale District.
WHBRBA8, the Certificate of Tltlo of .Mary
Younii.    hfliiir   Certificate    of   Title    No.
"uriiui, m the iibove hereditament!. Itnii been
lost't'dt't-trnypd, and application liH* been
III fide io ire for a dllplti uti* thereof.
NOT! E I- hereby trivpu that n duplicate
ertificate of Title to the above heredlt-
■iiiicni*. will be issued at the expiration of
one im-nth from the dute hereof, Hides* in
the mean time valid objeotlon to the com
uur.v be mude to mc in writing.
W. H. BpMONDS,
I'ist i-iit Registrar nf Titles.
Uu.d Keif-ifrtry Office, Kam'obus.B.Q, Novetn
. ber 24th. 19U6.
NOTICE
MOTICE In berr-hy given tlmt thirty iliiy.
" urtfr .I it.* [ ii.t-t.ii ii nulls in ,.11-1111111
lo tlm   CUIcr CoininlMloner or Laiiira nml
\\ mil-, for ll Mini'llil IIlviiM' In OUI Bill! re*
move timber Irniti Hie njlluwltlg ili'.iTlheil
liiinl-:   C niiiii.lii.ltnr ul rlil. |H)lt, lountsil oil
Hieeil-* Intnl. nf Snvnue i- lkt'A'We.1 lil'niiflt
efl ,.. Nni-tji li'.irl. oIKntile river, til n uiijltl
,i.ifeel mimlien.t nl wlierr u luniMlili. ill ilrv
iroih allien wild urenli from the we»l "hie,
unit where u -m.il; jinn or ,.l I. fiiriiieil on,
uml iihcnn  three   inih'.   From Ihe tntiiltli nl
-nni crreK| thciiop Puniiltijr tve.i 411 eiialini
tltoneesouth Sllehnliin: tl, rust 80 rhitltlt.;
then loi'tn Ml ohaltl-41 thenee tte-t luehiiln,
to plana ot iiri'iiiniii.., ,ii,,m JiiTiiH um „•„■„..
l.oenteil tnl- IMtli tlnv of (leti.lter, 111'11.
'. I'. MAJllll, l.„,„t,,r.
SO   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
',/%,l,/% I/*-*. 4,/\,
~w~ "w—-*\    You have tried our Groceries you will not
I I—J        require to be told that they are the best
II "*e market can furnish.    If  you have
— never favored  us  with your custom, a
single trial will convince you that goods
are bb we represent them, and that our
PRICES ARE RIGHT
We have the best of everything required for your Christmas dinner. Seedless and Sultana Raisins, Mixed Peel,
Spices, Fresh Creamery and Dairy Butter, Ranch Eggs.
Lawson, Baker 3 George
SECOND ST.
General Grocers
PHONE 12
Sensible Christmas Presents
Can be Selected from our large stock of
i.
General Merchandise and
Miners' Supplies   #  $ 9
Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, Fancy
Dishes, Jewelry, Nuts and Fruits
Our Stock in all these departments is complete.
A trial order will convince you that our prices are right.
Ji   BOII  & COa Danville' Washl
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
rJMEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
A. Erskine Smith & Co
IF YOU INTEND  TRAVELLING
Tn Franklin Camp by Stage, Private Vehicle, Freight Team or
llor-ii-buck, aak for our prieen.
Bridge and First Sts
REPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Rest In the City.
On Draught Exclusively at
VICTORIA HOTEL
NiJTIl'F. OF FORFEITURE
Anyone Ren-ling a "-.ketch nnd deacrlptlon tuny
quickly aacert-iln our niitniou free whe"   -
inv-aiitlon ta probnbljr pute
hetlier nn
 ,., j-ommunlcR.
.-lANDBOOK on l'Hhmt*
■ent free. Oldest nnen-'r for nucurtn-r pstetitA.
Pntents taken through Munn k Co. lecalre
tions ■trlotly contldeiu. al.
Oldest aBGii*"f 1
 i taken through Munn k i
! notice, wli hout oimriro, In toe
Scientific EMicrican.
K hantinonii-lv tlluntrnio-rt weekly. T.MTvest circulation of any ec-lemidc JuurnaL Ternin, f:* a
-rear: four montba, %h faoid byall newadciileri*.
 ""\M,B*«"*«'--New York
), m V St., Woablngton, D.C.
Tu Wm. ,riiiin-s Ni-l-iiin, nf Itimsltiutl, B. G:
You are hereby notttied that I have ox-
t'oiulc-l $10li iu labor and tiiproveinentt- on
the "Vermont" Mineral Cluim, Hitu-ttcil In
the <tiUikI I'nrhH Mliilni; DIvIhIuii, nf V«!■-
OUtrW-t, in* Hp-iti-.li Columbia, to count M
usM's-.iiN'ut mi siiiil I'luitii, us   will ap-H-nr by
oertiHfnte of work recorded In tho offloe of
tho Mining Itpcmler tor the Mild Uruiid
I'orlis Mini.I*,- Division- lu order to hold mild
■Itiin* under the -jiuvisiniis of Si-ctiun  24 of
the S'inerat Aot.iuoh bemff the Hinuuntre"
-■iiii-4.1 to iuilil tlio Mtiil claim for the your
'191 r..
a nd if at the cxplriition of 90 days of inibll-
(■uii- ■ iif tiiU Notioe you fail or refuse tu
oonf-lntit-'.Vfiur portion of the expenditure
required under 8-qotldn Hi, together with nil
co. i„ of advertlilnffi your lutoreat In itiild
chtii* -nil heoottie veited In the tubitcrlher
[iim- -.r yt.trr i-o-dwuem] under Section 4 of
the -M- •■"•1 Aft  AnientlliKr Ant 190(1.
h.it. i i t i.-.tl Pnrl-i. It. CtliU the 30tli
dn- uf ;»>v.*r-ln>r. A   I)   19 6.
DA'N MOKRISON7
Why Un Iuu Faint?
Sometimes from shock or fri-Jlit,
hut usually lieciiuso your Bysteni is
weakened ■ and depressed,—it lucks
power to react from sudden strain.
This condition demands rebuilding,
demands nourishment, which is best
supplied by Ferrozone. In evory form
of debility Ferrozone is a spccilic. It
fortifies tho digestive and assiniulative
power of the body, promotes the elimination of waste materials, builds up
tissue, gives onery and resistance. To
have rich, red blood, enduiing'neives,
a strung constitution and lasting good
health, u>p Ferrozone. Sold everywhere in 50c boxes or six iorfi.50.  ¥
y
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
CHRISTMAS GUTS
We have now on sbow a splendid assortment of goods suitable for Christmas presents, and will have more shipments arriving this week. Our Stock is entirely new, carefully' selected, and up to date in every respect. We have
bought from the best manufacturers and wholesale houses in the country, and our customers can be quite positive that
every' article is exactly as stated.
Your attention is respectfully' called to the following classified suggestions, with the hope ot helping y"ou out in the
solution of that oft recurring question, "what shall I give?"
Presents for the
Ladies
Diamonds and Precious
Stones
Rings, from #5 upwards
Jt*
Watches
10-k. and 14-k. Solid Gold Waltham
Watches, from 20.00 to 60.00
Gold Neck Chains 7.00 to 20.00
10-k. and 14. long Watch Guards—
From 12.00 to 25.00
Fine quality   Waltham   Watches,  in
20-year gold-filled cases...15.00 to 25.00
**
Opera Glasses
Opera Glasses in Mother of Pearl and
Gilt Mountings, finest make,
from 10.00 to 18.00
**
Jewelry*
An unexcelled assortment of highest grade
Gold-Filled Jewelry, consisting of
Watch Guards, Necklets, Lockets,
•Bracelets, Brooch Pins, etc., at lowest
prices consistent with quality.
<*
Waist Sets
A nice selection of Enamelled Belt Pins,
Waist Sets, etc.
Presents for the Gentlemen
Gent's Watches Are Our
Strong Line
21-Jewel Elgin solid silver, dust-proof cases 830.00
In 25-year case  35.00
21-Jewel Waltham, in solid silver case  30.00
In 25-year cnse  35.00
21-Jewel Seth Thomas, in solid silver case  28.00
In 25 year case 33.00
The above are all high grade railway watches, adjusted to five
positions.
Solid 14-k. Gold Waltham or Elgin Watches—
From $4510 41100
20 year Gold-Filled Walthams, from $12 upwards
Finely Jewelled Waltham, in Nickel cases, from $6.50 upwards
Presents for the
Folks
Gold Rings
10 and 14-k.  Gold Watch Guards,  Gold Rings,  Lockets, Tie Pins,
etc., at lowest prices.
Field Glasses
Few men would appreciate anything more than a good pair of
Field Glasses.   We carry only the best makes ...From $10 to $20
Gold-Filled Watch Guards
Cuff Buttons, Chains, etc., ofthe finest quality
Solid Silver Match Boxes, Cigar Cutters, Pocket
Knives, &*c.
Parlour and Bedroom
Timepieces
In all the latsst styles, from 2.00 to 35.00
Thermomters
Aneroid Barometers and Thermometers,
 9.00, 12.00 and 15.00
SuWware
Silver-plated Butter Dishes, Pickle Jars,
Marmalade Jars, Jelly Dishes, Sugar
and Cream Sets, Salad Bowls, Napkin
Rings, etc. All best quality plate, on
nickel silver.
Napkin Rings
Solid Silver Salt Sets, Napkin Rings, etc.
Vases and Bohemian
w
are
A   fine selection of richly decorated Vases
and silver-mounted Bohemian Ware.
For the children we have a splendid line of Enamel Brooch Pins at 50c and 75c, all different styles. Solid gold
single-stone rings at $2 each, and gold-filled necklets and cracelets at very moderate prices.
We earnestly solicit an early visit to our store, so that in the event of our not having in stock your exact requirements, we can procure them promptly.
J, A. HARTLEY & CO.
• Expert Watchmakers, Jewellers and Opticians
, First Street, Opp. Postoffice "^
You Have Been
Thinking
^Aboutyour friends a great deal
lately, have you not ? Also what
to buy and where to buy. Let us
direct your thoughts for a little
while to our store and our stock.
We have served Danville on many
a Christmas time.
We Are Ready Again
^Amongst  things  for Christmas
you will here find
Toilet Sets, Smoking
Sets, Collar and Cuff
Boxes, Traveling
Companion, Brushes
and Combs, Smoking
Jars,PictureFrames
Purses, Tea Sets,
Shaving Mugs, Toys,
Albums, Dishes,
Lamps, Dolls, Etc.
During Christmas we sell
Walnuts, per lb.,      -      -        20c
Brazils, per lb.,        -       -        20c
Filberts, per lb., .     -       -      20c
§
f
Only a few of our nice calendars
left.   You better send for one.
P
PETER B.
NELSON CO.
Two Doors South of Postoffice
$^-
Danville, Wash.
-m
AS YOD LIKE IT
The Christmas touch is now on.
How would a nice, dusky Hindoo |
do for a Christmas gift?
When a man says, "1 don't
savvy," he means he knows all
about it.
The moment a girl discovers her
beau is jealous she sets out to make ]
him more so.
Some one who has studied the
subject says a woman's color comes
and goes according to her make-up.
A paraprapher says that vanity
isn't on thf* official list of virtues,
yet unless a man has a good opinit n
of himself he will never amount o |
much.
Pudding Time
To  Properly Prepare for Christmas
EVERY KITCHEN should he *up* lied with tile best (>.*-
ceries obtainable. We I ave even tli njr you need for 11 sue-
eessful pudding or Christinas cake. Our fruits ure the lini'-st
procurable.
Seeded Hai*)ins, Orange, Lemon and Citron
Peel, Finest Cleane I  Currants, and a full
line of Spices.
We have also a complete line of articles suitable for Christmas Presents.
J. H. HODSON m CO.
Phone No. 3C
• Opposite C.P.R. Station
Up to going to press the out-of-
town correspondents are still in I
doubt as to how many thousand
men will be required to mine the
rich strike just made two miles in
any old direction from Grand Fork?.
Conflicting emotions sway the
breast of the man who goes home
and finds the door locked and his
wife away. He feels like a nmrtjr
and swears like a trooper.
As soon as yon find the man who
isn't conceited, it will not be more
than a minute before you meet tbe
woman who is pretty and does not
know it.
The young man who goes into a
jewelry store to select a gift can
never understand why it is that go
many of his girl friends "just bap-
pen" to drop in.
PROVINCE
HOTEL
EMIL LARSEN. PROPRIETOR
Hot and Cold Ratbi. Nicely Furtilkhed
Stove-Heated Booms. Entirely re-
fiirniihed and renovated throughout.
First.clays board by day, week nr
month. Special rates to iteady board-
ert. American and European plum.
Finest Bar in City in Connection,
BRIDGE STREET     GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Everybody works but the Hindoo,
He goes around and begs.
All that he wants is bran-mash;
Caste won't allow him eggs.
If you treat him kindly
He'll soon be around again.
Everybody works in our town
But the Hindoo man.
Everybody likes to see him;
He's such a jolly chap.
What does he want this morning?
Eh—you would like my cap?
No—well, what are you after—
What are you after, then?
Whiskey!—oh, be gone, you trooper
—Not for tbe Hindoo man.
When Your Back Harts
Of course it is hard to work.
Stooping over hurts, lifting is tedious,
and you wonder what to do. Ever
try Nerviline? Nothing like it for
weak ur lame back. It penetrates to
the core of the pain, eases from the
first application, brings cure that de
flea a relapse. No liniment is so clean,
so soothing, so cei tain to kill muscular
rheumatic or sciatic pains. Your
dealer sells Polsoi 's Nerviline in large
25c bottles.    Whv not trv it?
Three quart Imttles-of Nelson beer
for 50c at the Lion RoMling Works.
You tAre Next
tAl the
Palace Barber Shop
Kaior Honing m Spaelalty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoriu Hr.tel,
Bridge Street, Orand Forki, B. C
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE  AND  IRONED BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
ASSAYING
C.S.BAKER
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER AND ORE
SHIPPERS' AGENT
Samples Oven Frompt Attention.
Correspontace Selldtcd.
Complete Superintendence of Ore Shipment-..
I*. 0. BOX 43 PHONE S3
RIVERSIDE AVE., GRAND FORKS. B.C.
THE
^
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars.
Finest Rooms Ii) the City
First and Bridge Strests
■* ' **-*-
•ION   OF   THE   BEST
Route of the famoiiH »*»l favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3--DAILY TRAINS-3
-BUWIIII-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,  Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
—ALSO—
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
—HITWBIN-
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
PULLMAN, TOURIST .SLEEPERS
and Dining Car Service on all Trains.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS made at St. Pa ul
and St,' Louis in Union Depots foi all
points East and Southeast.
To enable partlei woo eo deilre to vlrt
frlendi nnd'relative! in tbe Beit during tl •
injur eeaionof •HOJ, the NORTHERN P/ -
ClnCwIII on JULY <nd and 3rd, AUGUST
Jib, Stfland Mb, and SBPTgMBBR 8th aid
10th 1*11 round-trip ticket! from polnti    n
ttali territory to Chlcaao, St. Louli.St. Paul,
Minneapolis 0»-aha and KaniaiCltyat 01 e
ioweetflrit elau fare plui Ten Dollere, with
i final return limit ninety dayi from date of
I eale, but not beyond Oetober Hat, JIM.
I    Extremely low rate! are in affect from
1 February Uth to April 7th and September
15th to October Hit, 1906, from all poluti in
tbe Bait to polnti In thi! territory.   If you
deeire to lend for a friend or relative on
tbeea rate! we telegraph tloaeti to Eaitem
, polnta without extra ooit.
rTha NOTHBRN PACIFIC have  all   as-
i nounced very low  round-trip  ratei from
' polnti In the Bait to poiuta in this territory,
and ticket! will be on lalefrom June lit to
September Uth Ineluilve, final limit for return Oetober Hit, ISO).
Por further Information addreii any one of
midenlffned.
G.A. Mitchell
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1906 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,  and   will be sold cheap,
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
GEO. GRAPPLE,   Opposite Postofllce
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SGIGARSTORE
A. D. Charlton,
A.O.P.A..
Portland, Ore.
W. H. Udb,
Oen. Aft.,
Spokane, Waih.
Traveling PaMenrer Arent,
Spokane, Wa«li.
R, C. MQCUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manu-
' facturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street
Grand Forks, B. C.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
GEO. TAYLOR,
Grand Forks, B. C
Pacific Hotel
0I*T. C.T.S. STATWH
Flnt-eltua In every reipect.
Sample roomi for commercial traveler!.
Hot and Oold Bathi.
Bar In Connection.
Flneit Brandi of Wlnei,
Llquon end Olaari.
r,H*.S. PETERSON, Prop.
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