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Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, May 27, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Lets Subcontracts
Work on the G. N. Spurs Will Soon
Commence in Earnest.
The Great Northern Yards in This a Beehive of Activity.
Work on the Curlew-Midway Branch Will Be
Under Way Inside of Two Weeks.
. Quietly, orderly and with dispatch
everything is moving along in the
preparations now being made for
the commencement of work on the
Phoenix branch and the Granby
Bpur of the V., V. & E. Carload after
carload of constructio machinerny
is being unloaded in the Great Northern yards, and the outfits are being
Bet up and moved to their respective
destinations, and the beginning of
the coiling week will see ground
broken on more than one piece of
the road.
The Great Northern yards present
a lively appearance these days.
Wen, machinery and horses are be-
ghming to arrive daily, and old Columbia is beginning to look us she
did in old boom days, when she was
running a neck-and-neck race for
supremacy with Grand Forks, but
fell behind in the home stretch. All
the hotels are full, and soon most of
the vacant buildings will he occupied
for one purpose or another.
The subcontract for the spur from
Grand Forks to the Granby smelter
has been let to Andrews it McDowell, who have also the first one
and a half miles of the Phoenix
branch. Henry Boie has a subcontract for 0000 feet, Johnson & Anderson have a contract for four miles
and Burns & Jordan have a contract
for the terminal grounds at Granby
and the last five miles of the road.
The rest of the work is now being
let by Pat Welch, who left yesterday
for the Pnoenix end of the road for
that purpose. Work will be pushed
day and night on some of the contracts where the heavy rock work is,
where night shifts can be worked
advantageously. It will require
from 1500 to 2000 men and some
300 teams to do the work within the
time specified in the contracts and
subcontracts. Most of the supplies
will be purchased on the Canadian
side of the line and shipped in over
the Great Northern in bond. James
H. Kennedy, chief engineer, will
supervise the work on behalf of the
railroad company. The officers of
the road are anxious to have thc ex
tensions completed before the close of
the season '
J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer of
the V., V. & E.,.wcnt up to Phoenix
ou Wednesday to arrange details at
that end ofthe line, as it is proposed
to start work from both ends of the
Phoenix branch.
W. S. Foster, general manager for
Messrs. Caughren & Woldson, who
have the contract for the Curlew.
Midway branch of the Washington &
Great Northern, came through from
Spokane yesterday enroute to Curlew. On being interviewed by The
Sun reporter nt the station, he stated
that work would be commenced at
once, and that seventeen contractors
were on the train going through to
look over the ground With a view of
taking subcontracts, and that 500
men would be at work between Curlew and Midway inside of two weeks.
Thc base of supplies will be located
at Curlew, and he figured thnt it
would take eight months to complete
the sixteen miles of work on that
branch.
The warehouses being erected at
the Great Northern station for P.
Welch are well under way, nnd will
shortly be rendy for supplies. A
force of twenty men are now nt work
on them.
Thirteen carloads of machinery to
be used in railway construction arrived in the city Wednesday evening,
They consisted of dump carts, scrapers, wheelbarrows and rock-work
machinery. A large force of men
also arrived on the passenger train
the same evening from Spokane. It
is understood that they will go to
work at once.    .
of
K. G. Hankinson, who was here
about year ago as secretary to the
chief engineer of the V., V. & IC,
hns returned with Mr. Kennedy's
office stuff, and his many friends
will be pleased to learn he is to
remain during the construct!
the various branches in thiB district
He will hold his old position of pri
vnte secretory to Mr. Kennedy.
L. M. Hale, of St. Paul, arrived in
the city last Sunday, and occupies
bis old position as draughtsman on
Chief Engineer Kennedy's stuff.
Mr. Halo's numerous friends in this
city arc glad to see him back.
but Mr. McLeod prefers to hold on
until further development has been
done, and in the meantime he will
form a company and with that object in view hns applied for incorporation. The McKiflley was one
of the first properties to be located
and developed in Franklin camp,
and is looked upon as a very rich
prospect.
* *   *
Thos. Newby, owner of the Glasgow and several other well known
properties in Franklin, left for that
camp yesterday in company with
James Stewart. They will commence assessment work on a number of Mr. Newby's claims, including the Glasgow. They will also do
some prospecting in the unstuked
district tributary to tbat camp.
* *   *
Three cars of Jumbo ore came in
from Rossland on yesterday's Great
Northern train, aud will be transferred to the Granby for treatment.
* *   *
Supt. Morgan, of tbe Great Ni rt -
ern; Jay P. Graves, general manager
of the (iranby s'neltcr, and C. P.
Chamberlain, a politician looking for
political honors in the state of Washington, arrived in the city last night
in Mr. Morgan's private car. Spcak-
of the enlargement of the Granby
smelter, Mr. Graves slated tbat il
would be enlarged when necessary.
As soon as the tonnage increases and
the country warrants it the n'ant
will be enlarged. He did not think
the size of Ihe plant would bo ir-
"reased this year, but as soon as it
was the capacity would be 3000 or
tGOO tons a day.
* *   *
During the summer the International Coal & Coke company plans
to expend approximately $250,000
on its eoal fields, 18 miles eust of
Michel, on the main line of the C.
P. R. In doing this 400 coke ovens
are now being put in close to tbe railroad, and 250 men are at work on
the property. With 400 ovens working the output will be about 500
tons a day, while il is the intention
to make thc coal output amount to
3000 tons a day by September 1. By
the first of next year it is planned
2000 men will be working in the
fields, while 5000 will probably be
employed when thc company gets to
running at the capacity planned.
Thc property has 14 veins, extending seven miles iu length and crossing the right of wny of the C.P.R.
Will Raise Stock
R. R. Gilpin Disposes of His Ranch
for $30,000.
The Purchaser, Mr. L. Hansen, of Northern Utah, Intends
to Make a Model Stock Farm Out of the 1700
Acres He Has Acquired.
R. R. Gilpin, collector of customs
for this port, disposed of his ranch
below the city this week to L. Hansen, of northern Utah, for $33,000.
It will be remembered by the
readers of The Sun that in March
last an account was published of thc
visit of Mr. Hansen and his son-in-
law, Wi Hani Harris, who came to
this city in answer to an advertisement inserted by William Graham.
In tnnt article the statement was
made that they would return Inter
to purchase land in this vicinity.
Last week Mr. Hansen returned,
and ns a result he purchased Mr.
Gilpin's ranch as above stated.
Tbe ranch, which comprises 1700
acres, is a very valuable one for lb'.
purpose for which it was purchased,
viz., stock raising. There is a finer
range on this ranch than on any
other in the country, und years
ago wns used by the Hudsons Bay
traders as winter quarters for their
horses. Mr. Hansen is to be congratulated on securing this valuable
properly, and it is to be hoped tbat
his friends from Utah will follow bis
example and immigrate to this desirable agricultural district. Stock
and farming implements will he
shipped by Mr. Hansen at once from
his late home in Utah. Mr. Gilpin
purchased this property from the
government twenty years ago, und
bus lived on it ever since. He will
now move to this city und reside
here permanently.
John Wilson, late night watchman at the Grnnby smelter, has secured the contract for clearing the
right of way for the Granby spur,
and started a force of men to work
on it yesterday.
cTWINING NEWS
Geo. A. McLeod, who has a bond
on the McKinley claim in Franklin
camp, will send a force of men out
on Monday next to open up the
property and develop it. Mr. Newton, one of the original owners, returned from the property on Wednesday, and says tbe men who have
been prospecting on the McKinley
since McLeod secured tho bond on it
huve opened up a vein of high-grade
ore, a sampte of which ho brought
down to have assayed. A party representing outside eupiu-1 has already
made a flattering offer for the claim,
Church Union.
Rev. J. R. Robertson, li. A., pastor of Knox Presbyterian church in
this city, delivered a very able and
interesting sermon last Sunday evening on church union, a theme which
is is at present of all-absorbing interest in religious circles all over this
continent. Mr. Robertson took for
his text John 17:21, "Tbat they ali
may be one," his subject being "Thc
Union of the Congregational, Methodist and Prcsibyterian Churches in
Canada."
In bis introductory remarks he
suid the prayer of Christ was for thc
unity of believers. This unity is
not yet realized in the world, he
said, but at present there arc movements iu that direction in Canada.
Continuing, he said the problem
of chinch union in Canada is to
unite in an organic union the Congregational, Methodist nnd Prcsby-
bytci'ian  churches in Canada in the
immediate future, while other Protestant churches look for union in
the more distant future.
Three objections to union are
easily answered:
1. A mere enthusiasm led by a
few enthusiasts.
2. Harmony prevails now. Why
not let well enough alone?
3. Union means a lack of loyalty
to past leaders and great principles.
Several niovementstiave been preparing the way for union:
1." Union of Presbyterian churches
in 1875.
2. Union of Methodist churches
in 1883.
3. Committecsof different churches
have been appointed for many years
to confer together on this great questions.
The union of these three churches
is now considered practicable on
three grounds at least:
1. Work and aim of each one arc
the same.
2. Fundamental doctrines of each
one arc the same, and the doctrines
that differ may be harmonized.
3. The church government of each
has for many years been drawing
nearer the others, and may be united
in one great system.
The blessings and benefits that
would result from such a union
wuuld be great:
1; Wc would be more in accord
with the mind of Christ, and would
be realizing something of that great
ideal foi which all chuiches pray,
viz., that all may be one in Christ/
2. The moral effect of such a union
would be great. It would remove
the reproach of the church and bring
to realization the fact that in unity
there is strength.
3. It would largely solve thc most
serious problems that face the several churches today, viz., the Home
Mission problem of western Cunuda
and thc Foreign Mission problem.
We may therefore, said Mr. Rob
ertson in conclusion, work for and
pray for such a union, in which
there would he no unworthy coin-
promise, and wc may do SO in behalf
of the nation to which we belong, in
behalf of thc churoh we love, and in
behalf of Christ whom we serve.
SUNSET  SAUNTERINGS
The next dividends on Granby
stock may not be so large as the last
time, owing to a disastrous runaway
of the smelter team Thursday afternoon, which left the handsome top
buggy in a mass of ruins as a result
of bumping into a Chinaman's fence
too suddenly. Alex Mcintosh, tho
driver, was coming across the bridge
at the Yale hotel, and just as the
team got across the horses took
fright at something and shied, and
before they could be gotten under
control a neckyoko strap broke und,
as the rig ran onto the horses, one of
them commenced to kick, and then
they ran down Riverside avenue to a
Chinaman's place, where the fence
stopped them. Here the driver was
thrown out, bnt managed to alight
on a soil spot uninjured. Tbe horses
then broke away from the rig und
separated. One made for Aid.
Feency's blacksmith shop and entered unannounced at full speed,
while the alderman made all haste
to give him the right of way. The
other made an exhibition tour of the
city at a 2:10', clip and then quit.
The last act in the drama wus gathering up the pieces of the harness
and rig.
Peter A. Z. Pare, the well known
barber doing business in the Yale
block, will on thc 1st of June move
his shop to the stand occupied by
Crone thc druggist sonic yeara ago,
in the Victoria block. He will have
one of thc most up-to-date shops in
U.C city. The interior is now being
specially fitted up for him.
I SIlj? Stoning Bun
PUBLISHED EVK11V TUESDAY AMD FlllDA*"
EVENINGS AT ORAND FOHKS, B.C., BY
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES;
One year....$2.00 \ Thrcemonths. ,/i0
Six months.. 1.00\ One motjth 20
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Irtgal notices, 10 and 5 C'ts. -per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening. Sun,
Phone 55. ghand fohks, h. o.
FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1904
After the long siege of quiet times
experienced in this city, it is gratifying to note the activity in business
circles since the fiat went forth that
construction work on the Phoenix
branch and the smelter spur of the
V., V. & E. would be commenced
immediately. Every line of troae is
already beginning to feel the effect;
of renewed confidence, and will continue to do so and increase as thc
work progresses. All that is now
needed to make Grand Forks the be-t
town in the interior is for everybody
to work in harmony; to be sa'.isfied
with receiving a fair share of the
prosperity going around, and not to
be jealous because some one else is
getting n slice of the melon.
L. M. Denny, better know.i as
"Denny the Barber," arrived in the
city yesterday, accompanied by his
wife and child, lie will remain here
during the summer.
If you have a few friends to spend
an evening at your home, do not forget to leave an order fur some Hazel-
wood iee cream at Donaldson's.
Phone 64.
J. Jaskulek, merchant of Danville,
wns in the city yesterday on business.
The question: What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone 64.
Andrew Hackett, of Phoenix, who
is heavily interested in tbe coal locations in Southeast Kootenay, returned from Victoria Wednesday.
Thc construction of the Phoenix
branch is the commencement of an
important piece of road to this city,
as there is little doubt of thc ultimate terminus being located at some
point on tidewater. This branch is
the eastern link In this province of
the V., V. & E., und no to mer will
Midway be reached than there will
be a nice between Mr. Hill's rond
and the C.P.R. for thc const. Then
this city will reap the benefits of a
distributing centre.
A SATISFACTORY FILE REMEDY
Will cure the conditions causing
piles. Try Dr. Hamilton's Pills of
Mandrake and Butternut; their frequent use prevents piles. No case
ever known where the use of Dr. Hamilton's Pills failed. Price 25c. H. E.
Woodland, druggist.
CITY NEWS
Pierre Dennis, a half-breed, while
half drunk last week, near Osoyoos,
picked up a rattesnake by the tail,
nnd his snakeship turned and hit
him between thc fingers, lie wns
found lying unconscious, with the
dead snake coiled around his band,
by a man herding horses for R. G.
Sidley, who at once went to Oro for a
doctor, who on arrival tried to force
whisky down the patient's throat,
who. strange to say, resisted. Dennis is expected to recover.
The very best smokers in town at
Donaldson's. Large range from which
to chouse.    Get our prices by the box
Wanted—Pupils to take shorthand
and typewriting lessens. For particulars apply to Miss L. Maxfield, Mc-
Cannnon residence, Garden street,
Grand Forks.
J. A. Macdonald, of Rossland,
leader of the opposition in the provincial legislature, is in the city on
business.
.1. McNicol nnd wife, of Midway,
arrived in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Geo. Hull returned yesterday
from u week's visit in.Rossland.
Rev. J. R. Robertson will conduct
services in Knox chu/ch Sunday
morning and evening. Morning subject, "They Sung an Hymn." Evening subject, "The Office of the Eldership." Sunday school at 2:30
p.m.    All welcome.
A. Uu lb rg, hainesonakir <f
Greenwood, has rented a building
from Messrs. McCallum & Wright,
opposite the Queens hotel. He will
put inn stock of harness nnd open a
repair shop about the 1st of the
month.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rutherford
returned yesterday from a trip to thc
coast.
W. H. Covert went down to Spokane this morning on a business trip.
HURRIED AND WORRIED ALL DAY
And the worst of it is you are u lit^
tie run down and have mighty l.ttle
chance to catth up. Everything seems
like a grindstone wearing down your
nerves. You are irritable and get
less sleep than is absolutely nerossUry.
Better stop before things get worse.
Your best plan is to use Ferrozone for
a while and give year nerves and brain
a chance to pick up. Ferrozone is
the finest tonic a,busy many ean t ke,
It makes new-blood, nourishes the
body, strengthens the nerves, improves
the appetite and rehabilitates the
whole system. Try Ferrozone. Price
50c.   H, B. Woodland, druggist.
('apt. Disbrowc has rented the big
stable that was used at one time hy
(he Columbia Stage conipnuy, near
the Great Northern station, from
Hny, McCallum & Wright, and will
open up a teed stable.
Webbs' chocolates galore at Donaldson's, in bulk and in   fancy boxes.
Word was received today from
Vancouver by a member of the Methodist church in tbis city to the effect
thai Rev. J. F. Betts, who has been
pnstof of the Methodist church hen-
for the past three years, will remove
to Fairview, B. p., and that the
Methodist conference now in session
at the coast has chosen Rev. Flihu
Manuel to fill his place here
Now is the time to bring in your
bicvch'iind get it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season. Geo.
CiiaI'I'I.e, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer.
W.
Mr
City.
II.
G.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
WINNIPEG..
S. Doyle anil wife, North
.and Mrs.  I). Evans, Ban
B. Roie, Nelson.
Murpachbm, Cascade.
I!. Lawrence, Toronto.
YALE.
I.. Ilulehins, Toronto.
cO; W. Parker, Toronlo.
R. Spence, Toronto.
E. Simpson, Rossland.
Ross, Toronlo.
L. Gallaher, Vancouver.
I.. Savage, Northport.
. G. S. Gordon, I'hoeliix.
A. DesBrisay, Spokane
L. Rosenfeld, New York.
A. McAlpin and wife. Spo
G. Hankinson, Si. Paul.
J. Buck, Chicago.
Kennedy, St. Thomas.
II. Kennedy, St. Thomas.
. G. Dibble," St. Paul.
C. Smith, St. Paul,
ins, Hayden, St. Paul.
■ II. Da'ngan, Minneapolis.
Fork,
mock
H. W. Silk, Snokane.
Harrv J. Hervin, Spokane.
F. Coote, Eholt.
E. Emerson, Spokane.
A. F. Johnson, Spokane.
A. Kellit, Spokane.
THE OREATEST FAMILY REMEDY
And one well known in most Canadian homes is Nerviline, a perfect
panacea for all internal and extecnal
pain. Mrs. M. E. Cartwriglit of Morris says: "1 couldn't think of being
without Nerviline. When 1 get toothache Nerviline stops it. If I get a
sick headache, have a trouble with my
stomach or bowels, I can rely on Nerviline to cure me promptly. To break
lip a cold or rub on for rheumatism or
neuralgia Nerviline has no equal, It's
priceless in any family." Nerviline is
king over all pain and costs 25c. H.
E. Woodland, druggist.
Mining'Stock Quotations
Asked,    Bid
American Boy  -A l'[
Ben-Hur .'  i] 1
Black Tail  II 2
Canadian Gold Fields 4i '3£
Carihoo'(McK.)ex-div. IJ ..!..
Centre Star  25" 22i
Denoro Mines  22 20
Fairview  3 2
Fisher Maiden  .'1 2
Giant  2 	
Granby Consolidated.$4.28     83.75
Morning Glory  H 1
Mountain Lion  11 9
North Star (E, K.)... 5 3}
Payne  10 ■«"
Quilp  15 10
Rambler-Cariboo  22.! 20
San Poil  2| 2J
Sullivan  5A 5
Tom Thumb  2 1
War Eagle Con  11 10
Waterloo (assess. ]»1). 1J 1
White Bear "     "., -U 3i
Latest Metal Prices
New York, May 26.—Copper,
electrolytic 812.75® 18.00; easting
812.60©12.76j    lake,      $18.00®
i,-).m.
Lead, S4.45@4.50.
Bar siiver, 55J.
IT'S WAT IT LEADS TO
That makes catarrh such a dreaded
disease. If you have catarrh taint,
dropping in tl e throat, if vou hawk
and spit and I ave a stuffed up feeling
io your nostrils you should   use   fra-
rout healiiigCatai'i-hozoiie at oneeand
get cured. Thousands have heen saved
from consumption and completely
lured hy Catarrhozone, so there is no
reason why yea shouldn't stamp oat
your catarrh also. Catarrhozone will
really cure you and ) revent the disease from returning. It's very pleasant, just balsamic medicated vapor-
no  nauseous   drugs.    Absolute   cure
uaranteed to users of Catarrhozone:
it can't fail, try it. Complete outfit,
81.00; sample size 25c. H. E. Woodland, druggist.
L"*OR   SALE
GOOD DRY
Delivered to nny
part <>t' the city
en a "■ '
iwU per Con
Sond in your orders
in advance) && we art)
always lm*v.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLOMBIA P. 0
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
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COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
.SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND   IRONED   I'.Y
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOY ED.
NtXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
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Hotel Winnipeg
And with our lo/ig experience in the
hotel business, we are prepared to
opon to the public a first-class house.
rooms are airy und well lighted. The Dining Room
he second to none in tiie city. The Bar will he sup-
1   with   tho   choicest   Wines, Liquors  and   Cigars.
RIDDEL & DICKSON
Ice!  Ice! Ice!.
Leave your orders for ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE 04.
Best Ice in the city. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J. -MILLER
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A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
KODAKS
Developing
and
Printing
I        y/     H, E. WOODLAND,     ^V.
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IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IN CLOTHING
It  would  In* advisable to cull and set;
show goods.    For Quality, Fit and Price  in  Customs Tailoring you
cannot do better.    I also havo an agency for one of the best Eastern
Houses, and if there  is any
way of getting fit by sending
away for a Suit of Clothes, I
, ean get it for you, as I thoroughly   understand taking  measurements.
UtU.   t.  I lA3*!5lC, Grand   Forks.
SUITS FROM $15 UP
The Province Cafe
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MEALS SERVED IN ANY SITLE.
FRENCH, ITALIAN, AMERICAN OK ON EUROPEAN  PLAN.
CHICKEN TOMALES ALWAYS ON HAND.
SMALL BANQUETS SOLICITED.
Tony   De   Pasquale, Prop.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
RIDERAGENTSWANTEO
In each town to take orders for our new High Grade
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Belllse,"        compiew $8.75
" CoSSaok," Guaranteed nidi Grade $10.75
"Siberian," a Beauty $12.75
"HeudOPt," Boad Kacer $14.75
no better blcyclo at any price.
Any other make or model you want at one-third
usual price. Choice of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicyclps.   btrongest guarantee.
We SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. R to any one
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase is binding,
500 Second Hand Wheels i
taken In trado by otir Chicago retail stores, r
all makes and models, (rood as new	
nil UUT DIIV a bicycle until yon hove writen for our
0U NUI   HUT  FACTORY PRICES AND FREE I-IAL OFFER.
! $3 to $8
nlar price
....., .i-jpfft—, .......,.„.., ,       . - .  -
in our hia free sundry catalog. Contains n wurlduf nsuful Information. Write for ll.
J. L. MEAD GYOLE C0.5 Chicago, III. i
R. C. MGCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
^Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside   Avenue.
/   Gpposlte J. W. .Iiwok' Furniture.' tor,..
WATCH REPAIRING
Herniating and Adjusting a
Specialty.    Good work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler and Optician,
UKAND   FORK, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE.
CALL IN
And get measured  for a swell
Spring Suit
We Imve all fche latent styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See un
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MBHCHANTTAIbOH,
ORAND FOHKS, B   C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Orwluate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Block.
Phone LIS.        Grand Forks, B.C.
FROM. .
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AND.EQUITY
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
You ean get
the best rates.
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QRANO FORKS, B. C.
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Hiiirlrtli'i'M, !-*oHc'tot-**t,
Nolurlen, Ktc
Hitlcn Hloclt, ('ornor Wlmil|ietr Avenue am)
Flrit Street,
GRAND F0BK8, B. 0.
Dr. FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Oniee over Hunter-
Phone 27. Kendriek Co.'s Store
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry u Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Pacific Hotel
J..I. McINTOSH
Opposite O.P. R. Stntlon
Columbia  It  C
gHAND FORKS FEDERAL LA-
bor   Union  No.   231, A.L.U.—
Meets    every    Wednesday    evening
at 8 o'clock in   Federal   Union  hail'
Dan Kelly, Pres.
Jas. A. Harris, Sec.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in bin county and adjoining territory for well and favorably
known house of solid financial standing. $20.00 straight cash salary and
expenset paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters. Expense
money advanced. Position perna-
nent. Address Manager, 810 Cotuo
Block, Chicago, 111.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths Qw.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee it St.Paul Kiuhvny, known
all over the Union as the great rail
way running the "Pioneer Limited'
trains every day and night between St.
Panl and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chcago. "The only perfect trains in
tiie world." Understand: Connections are niado with All Transemiti
nental Lines, assuring to passengers
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when gwing to any point
in tiie United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For ratq,s, pamphlets or   other   information, address
R. L. Foitn, H. S. Rowrc,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.    Portland, Ore.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX PRBSBYTBRUN CHURCH, Grand
Parks -J. It. Kuliertsnii, H.A., tint-tor.
ServiceH every Sun-Iuy nt 11 ii.in. itrrf 7:311 p,
jn.-jSuiiaay uhuol nnd Biblealait, s p.m.;
Wet-tnihiHter (ritllil of  C.   H„  Tiieiiiiay, 8
k/rsT METHODISTCHURCH- Ccimer Multi
ami KilrliNtH.  J. P. Betti-pnitor- Service*
cvcr.v SiiiiiIiiv nt 11 ll. in. mill 1.JHI p.m.:
clns- met'tliii* nt elii-t* nf nHiriiiii*.- nerviro;
Sititdiiy  m-IhidI  nml   llilih* i*lu— at 3|-.'ni.;
prayer raeetjiig evarf Thiirtday cve-ilng
• nt 8 o'clook. The public iiu-urcli ally I iivlteu,
HOLY TBINITT CHURCH (Ohuwh of Bnr
liin'1). (Jniinl l*"in-l*.!*.. Hi'iirv Steele, vleur-
Mniy Communion- n u. m.i morn jnjf iiruyer
and sermon, H a. in.iSuiidiiy ubool, a ii. in.;
(•vciimiiiu nml sei'iiiim, 7::nj p. ti). All are
cordially invited.
The Value of A Character.
The captain of a large steamer waa
once filling up his crew for a long voy-
-ge, when a aeamiiti came up and sai-J*
"I want to flail ivid you, sir,"
"All right, my man/' replied the cap-
"in. "On what line have you Bailed before V
"P. and 0., sir.''
"What eountiytniin?"
"An Oirialiimin," wns the reply.
"Well; yon must get a character.'1
The character wus obtained, and na
• lie Irishman was presenting it another
banian came up and snid lie wished to
join.
"What line were you on before?" asked
the captain.
"Cunardj air."
"What countryman?"
"English, your honor."
"All right.   Go forward."
Shortly afterwards, ns the two were
willing the decks in a heavy sen, the
Englishman waa swepi overboard, bucket
ind all. Unmoved, Paddy finished his job
md then went to tht* ivjitaln'a cabin,
"Come in," responded the officer to his
rnp.   "What's up how?"
t "Do you remember Bill Smith, the Eng-
iahman and Cunardcr?" ([lieried Pat.
"Certainly, my man."
"Vou took him without a character?"
"T believe so; what nf lh.it?"
"He's gone overboard wid your buck-
it."
A curious factor in a recent divoi
suit  ia  the  modern  "UrcnUfa.-t   Fooi
found upon ao many tablea.    Mrs. Ht
combe has brought suit against her hi.
bund, A. H. Seccoinbe, in 8:tn Boniindii:
Cal., for divorce.   She alleges that f*
It/a years paat lie has forced her und !
Jiildreu  to maintain  life largely  ujn
''healtjl foods."   She gives the follow!
is the Seccombe bill of fare: Breal:fasl
Moiled rolled oats with milk, or grano
ilakes (wheat); an occasional soft-boll
<gg; Zweiback and nut butter; occusin
illy carinel "cereal" (wheat coffee). Di
ler—Zwieback  and  nut  butter;   boa-
iioiled in anlt water and baked; potat-i
liolled with jacket; vrgciablea, in aenso
boiled in salt and water; green fruit, i
-enaon;   pudding, plain.    Supper—Zwi
Kick and nut butter; rice, boiled wil
milk; green fruit, in season.   All meal
prohibited; also coffee und tea.   She a
leges that this diet hns been "scarce!
sufficient to maintain life, and not sufl
ciuitly nutritious to maintain the famil,
iu health."   She says that her huaban
persisted in discussing these foods an.
their merits at table, and in declaring rt
peatedly tbat "meat is poisonous."
Baths i!u cents at the Yale Barber
Shop.
HjBilvy teaming of al
by J, \V. Jones.
kinds done
WHY GO EAST
Over tho sun-bume I, sago brusl
and alkali plains, when you may
just as well take a delightful, coo]
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed ''Scenic Line of the World,"
the only transcontinental line passing through Suit Lake City, 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 live
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the best, in-
eluding free reclining chair ears,
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car service, and also
personally eundueted excursion ears,
each in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive  means  nf
crossing tho continent can bo found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address .1.
D. Mansfield, Gen. Agt*, RioGmndo
Lines, No. 124 Third Sireet, Portland, Ore.
$27.50 IN THE BANK IS WORTH $27.50
When an Accident Happens.
$27,50 invested in the "Accumulative" Policy issued by the CANADIAN CASUALTY AND BOILKIl INSURANCE COMPANY, of Toronto, may bo worth $15,000 to J'011 when '•" acoldent happens. Everybody admits
that it is the best ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY on the market.
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY is to meet w>th an accident in order to receive the cash under this polioy,
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETE McCALEUM, »&£/""*
Call on him, and have your sisters, courins, wives and aunts and all their friends call, and ask to see the N EW
SICKNESS POLICY, covering 30 diseases, which is undoubtedly the most UP-TO-DATE sickness policy before tin-
public.   DO IT NOW.   No medical examination required,    Every man and woman should have one,
Authorized capital, tl,000,000; subscribed capital. (900,000. Boiler Inspection, Boiler Insurance, Personal
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator Insurance. Consulting Engineers. It will pay you to take out
a policy on your boiler and consult us free of chargo on all matters pertaining to steam usage. < iur Engineers' Advisory Department can save our policy holders many times their premiums by the service rendered thorn. The fact
of regular inspection is the greatest safeguard against boiler explosions,    All our inspectors are responsible engineers,
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    •     -    Head Office Toronto
P. T. McCALLUM, GRAND FORKS AGENT.
Furniture Polish
We havo it.    The Twentieth Century Polish make old Furniture
look like new.
ABOUT YOUR
SMUTTY GRAIN!
FORMALDEHYDE
At Your Druggist,
FIXES
IT.
Phone 35
Night Service
J. M. ROSS
U
NION HOTE1 AND MUSIC HALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER—
Meals Served at All Hours, Finely Furnished
Rooms in Connection,
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
Just what you want
Just when you want it
GOOD SERVICE is composed of two elements
—excellence of thc work and promptness in
the execution. Bad work executed promptly is not good service—good work delivered behind
time is not good service; but thc two combine to
make one of the most necessary, but hardest to obtain and often most expensive, requirements of the
twentieth century business man. That we have
learned the lesson in theory we have shown. Our
customers will testify that we have also learned it
in practice.
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WE PRINT:
Price Lists
By-Laws
Pamphlets
Letterheads
Billheads
Statements
Invitations
Ball Programmes
Business Cards
Visiting Cards
Shipping Tags
Dodgers
Envelopes
tec, Etc., Etc.
A Complete Line of Stationery
Always Carried in Stock.
Our Jobbing Plant is new, and consists of thc latest and most
popular faces of type and the most up-to-date machinery. All
work guaranteed to j.'ive satisfaction.)
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The Evening Sun
Phone 55
Job Department.
Winnipeg Avenue G
W.K.C. MANLY
..DKAI.KII IN...
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnish i ngs =====================
The first consignment of a   p. J f *U
largeand up-to-date stock of DOOtS andfenOeS
C
PHONE 6
Juat Received,
BRIDGE STREET
0
WE LIVE TO EAT
AND EAT TO LIVE
Is an old axiom, but in order to live
we must get the best to eat.
TRY flIIR Tender Steaks. Juicy Cutlets, Chops, Etc."
I n I UUn p^ anci Game in Season.
Union cTWeat Company
Phone  14
Head Office at Greenwood, B. C.   Markets at Greenwood, B. C.
Phoenix, Ii. C, Grand Porks, B. C, and McLeod, Alta.
R. F. PETRIE
Bridge Street,
Grand Forks.
Stationer and Bookseller',
Circulating Library*
Largest and Most Complete Stock
§f Wall Paper in Grand Forks
The "Club"
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE,
First Street.
Highest Grade Imported
Bouts, Cherries, Burgundies, Etc.
JOE   THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tallies and Sofas just arrived. Call and inspect them.
Also a slock of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to he sold
at greatly reduced prices. Sec- our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue
Grand Forks
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   BTHBtT, GRAND   FORKS
A Complete Line   of   Furniture,   Hardware nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rock  Prices.   Largest Variety   of
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold.    Call and Inspect My Goods.    A Great Variety
ol New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
SEE MAC FOR BARGAINS
LAWN
AN
?E,.D SEEDS
The Secret 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 Uj
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET
GRAND FORKS, fi. C.
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office ut
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from May
10th to 25th, inclusive:
RECORD OF LOCATIONS.
G. N. Fraction, Gloucester camp,
J. A. Stewart.
PERMISSION TO RELOCATE.
Little Chief Fraction, Wellington
camp, Win. N. Dunn.
TRANSFERS.
Greenwood (\), Pass Creek camp,
Dan Fisher to Seymour Birch.
Greyhound (}), Pass Creek camp,
Dan Fisher to Seymour Birch.
Excelsior (\), Pass Creek camp,
Dan Fisher to Seymour Birch.
Exchange (1-12), Pass Creek
camp, Dan Fisher to Seymour Birch.
Montana (J), Gloucester camp,
Dan Fisher to Seymour Birch.
Sunrise (J), Wellington camp, C.
K. Simpson to J. A. Nelson.
Gh N. Fraction (all), Gloucester
camp, J. A. Stewart to ThoB. Newby.
CERTIFICATES OF lMI'ROTVEMENT.
Eugenie, Central camp, Thc Vancouver & Boundary Creek Development and Mining Co., Ltd.
International, Burnt Busin, Fred
Kettner.
Nordhauscn, Burnt Basin, Fred
Kettner.
Bay Horse, Summit camp, I. H.
Hallett and Ii. K. Davidson.
AGREEMENT.
Re McKinley mineral . claim,
Franklin Camp, Annie McKinley to
G. A. McLeod, A. D. Coplen to G.
McLeod, Win. Newton to G. A. McLeod.
CERTltaATES OF WORK.
Crocket-jack, Baker creek, Beach
et al.
Belle Phiinu Fraction, Brown's
camp, Savage et al.
Home-stake Fraction, Wellington
camp, Rogers et al.; survey.
Bell, Grand ForkB, David Wood-
head.
Emma, Gladstone mountain, Wm.
O'Donnell.
Orion, Gladstone mountain, Wm.
O'Donnell.
Stollberg,  Burnt Basin
et al.
Big Find, Burnt Basin,
etal.
Augusta Fraction, Burnt Basin,
Wilford et al.
Selene, Grand Forks, Wm. E. Ca-
porn. |
Copper Wonder, English Point,
Vioturia Gold & Copper Mining Co.,
Ltd.
Copper Mountain, English Point,
Victoria Gold & Copper Mining Co.,
Ltd.
Evening Star^Eugiish Point, Victoria Gold & Copper Mining Co.,
Ltd.
Victoria, English Point, Victoria
Gold & Copper Mining Co., Ltd.
m
Wilford
Wilford
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Hut just as the dollar magazine has
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mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
ho paper.
Wc havo arrangements concluded
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