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Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, August 23, J 904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
HORSES ARE HERE
A Long List of Fleet-Footed
Runners Now Stabled at
the Track.
Program  of Events During
the Three Days' Race
Meet.
Nearly all of the horses which will
participate in the races to be
held here next Thursday, Friday
and Saturday have now arrived iji
the city.
Blackbird and Fanny, two horses
owned by M. M. Johnson of Edmonton, Alia., arrived in the city yesterday.
II. M. West, of Spokane, is here
with Sehria I.., a threo-qiiarters
horse, and Fred P., a 2-year-old.
Patterson & Smith, of Spokane,
arc represented by Little Minoh, a
three-quarters and seven-eighths
horse.
J. Limlsley, of Spokane, is here
with Schuliack, a mile horse. At
present this is the favorite for the
(Irand Forks derby.
.1. Coffeen, of Spokane, is represented by Ethel 0., a half mile nnd
three-eighths 2-year-old.
Gailbraith Bros.,- of Hitcbvillc,
Wash., have arrived with Dancing
Kid, the winner of the Seagram cup
last year, and a horse named Snide.
A saddle horse owned by J. H.
Redmopd, of Republic, arrived in
the city today.
0. D. Fisher, of Rossland, is here
with Peter Snooks, Buttons and
Foxy.
J. M. Brown, of Lowiflton, Ida
will arrive tonight with nine or ten
horses, including a horse he has
just purchased in Portland, which
will he entered in the Seagram cup
race.
Secretary Harkin received a telephone message this morning from J.
S. Carter, district passenger agent of
the C.P.R., saving that next Thursday had been declared to civic holiday in Nelson, and that n special
train would be run to this city on
that day. The train will leave Nelson at 7 a.m., and returning will
leave this city at i) p.m. Mr. Carter
estimates that between 400 and 500
people will take advantage of t'ds
excursion. A special badge will be
worn by the Nelson cxeursinnits in
• the form of a white fedora with a
green hand, making a prominent display of the Nelson colors.
The following is the program for
the three days' laces:
First Day—Thursday, August  25th,
2 p.m.
No. 1—Running, J mile dash; purse
850.
No, 2—Running, f mile; purse 8250.
No. .'I—Running,   j|  mile,   in   heats;
purse 8150.
No. 4—Running, Orand Forks Derby,
1 mile; purse (400,
No. 5—Cowbyys' race, .'100 yards, two
turns; 840 in prizes; entrance free;
post entries.
No. 6—Running, jj mile; purse 8150
Second Day—Friday,   August  36th
2 p.m.
No.  7—Gentlemen's    Saddle   Horse
Race, J mile, owners up; purse 840.
No. 8—Running, J   mile, heats, best
two in three; purse 8200.
No. 9—Pony Race, \ mile, 14 J bands
and under; purse 850.
No. 10—Seagram Cup, distancejmile,
all  ages; winner   of Grand   Forks
Derby to carry 7 pounds additional
weight.    For a cup valued at 8500,
donated by J. E. Seagram, of Waterloo, Ont., and 8-100 cash   added
by the association, cup to be won
two   years   consecutively by  same
owner to become  private property.
Purse divided.
No. 11—Cowboy Race, \ mille, threo
turns.    Purse $20; first $15, second
85; post entries; entries free.
Consolation races will be run ou the
third day, August 27th,    The will bey
open   to   horses which have failed to
win prizes in the other races.    Prizes
will be appropriated from DO per cent
of the gate receipts on the third day.
Morse Exhibits—Parade before the
grand stand on August 25th br 20th.
Liberal cash prizes will be ottered   in
the following classes, namely:
Rest thoroughbred stallion.
Rest saddle horse.
Rest standard bred stallion.
Conditions: F^nur to enter in   each
competition.    Prize in eaeh class 810.
The conditions for the   horse  races
will be as follows:   All purses divided
70, 20 anrl 10 per cent.   The rules  of
the New California Jockey   club   to
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Carnival Grounds Now Present a Fairyland  Appearance.
Nelson and Rossland Citizens
Will Come in Special
Trains.
about 10:30 o'clock. It made the
prettiest electrical display that has
ever been seen in this part of thc
country, and when thc entire grounds
are lit up the scene will be unrivaled.
Miss Pureell, the young lady-
elected queen, will arrive from Rossland this evening over the Great
Northern.
Tbe Greenwood band, which will
furnish the music during the celebration, arrived in tbe eity this evening.
A Grant of $500 Secured for
the North Fork Wagon
Road.
Porter Bros. Are Making Good
Progress With Bridge
Building.
govern.
Entrance fee 5 per cent of purse,
with 5 percent additional from winners, in all races four to enter and
three to start.
Entries in all events close with the
secretary, Yale hotel, August 24th at
6 p. m.
The City Council
The regular weekly session of the
city council was held in the council
chamber last night. Acting Mayor
Clements, Aid. Feeney, Hutfon,
Martin, McCallum and McNee were
present.
A letter was received from the
provincial hoard of health, enclosing notices forbidding spitting on
sidewalks nnd in publio places. The
local hoard of health wus instructed
to have the notices posted.
A letter was received from the
provincial hoard of health notifying
the eity that they would not be permitted to construct a sewer emptying into the Kettle river. The clerk
was instructed to notify the hoard
the nature of the proposed drain.
A letter was received from Geo.
\V. Floyd asking to have the road
behind Observation mountain, running through Mr. Wiseman's place,
opened. The clerk was instructed
to notify Mr. Floyd thnt as (he road
was not within tho city limits the
city had no power to act.
The following accounts were ordered paid: .1. H. Hodson, 85.S5;
P. Wntcrstcn, 810; H Dickson, J9;
II. II. Cannon, »10; O. N. Ry.,
82.20; Model Livery, 817.20; G. F.
Transfer Co., 83.72.
Aid. Martin and Feeney, appointed as a committee by the council
some time ago to investigate tbe matter of opening up of Cecil sired, reported that it would be advantageous to open up the same, hut would
not recommend the closing of the
"dead ends," ns suggested by P. T.
McCallum. The report wns adopted.
Thc clerk was instructed to post
a notice on the Bridge street bridge
that no load heavier than 6000
pounds would be allowed to pass
over it, and also to notify Porter
Bros, to that effect.
The school trustees were authorized to construct a 20-foot sidewalk
to the school bouse from Winnipeg
avenue, and to place a Btandpipe and
lire hose inside the building.
A committee composed of Aid.
Martin und Feeney wns appointed to
interview P. T. McCallum and arrange terms for opening up Cecil
street.
The whole community is jubilant
over the carnival. An air of gaiety
already permeates the town. The
general appearance of the carnival
grounds is sufficient proof that all
who nre engaged in the enterprise
have worked exceedingly hard, nnd
are I'ulfllingall their promises. Attractions nre pouring in so thickly
thai it seems as if the spacious
grounds would scarcely contain the
enormous aggregation of pleasure
making material.
The citizens of Rossland arc
high spirits over the insults of the
election. Ourqueeii will come from
that city. We arc informed that the
Rosslanders have chartered a special
train with which to convey her
majesty and her followers hither,
accompanied by a brass band. She
will have the distinction of presiding
over thc greatest attraction that has
ever been presented in the Boundary
country. Hero are some of the
feature acts: Thc world famous Austin sisters in (heir wonderful aerial
feats; Mdlle. Aiinee, thc human lly;
the Zoyarras, the premier artists on
the rolling globe; the great Dana
brothers on the high trapeze; Cole
& Cole, Kelsey Moore, Ed Coleman,
all artists of world-wide reputation;
Cynthia, the flexible equilibrist,
will present an act of wondrousgraee
and dexterity. Everyday at 12
o'clock William McClellan, the
greatest balloonist of thc century,
will display bis won lerful courage
and skill. He will rise 2000 feel
above tl.O earth in his balloon. He
will then cut himself adrift, trusting
only to a frail paracutc, which will
drop several hundred feet before it
opensanddtsan explosion of bunibs
and fireworks. Thc big plantation
show will furnish mirth and amuse-
nontof an unusual order. This is
one of thc most attractive shows ou
the grounds. The nierry-go-round
is now complete and ready to furnish popular sensation lo everybody.
The big carnival night will In-Friday. There nre hundreds of eos-
tuines for rent at prices ranging from
a dollar up, so all can he en masque.
Special trains will leave for all points
east, south and west im Saturday
night at 12 o'clock.     v
When the votes were counted last
Saturday night it was found thnt
Miss Mary Pureell, a beautiful girl of
Rossland, had been elected queen
of the carnival. Sin- received .'1070
votes, which was 211 more than her
nearest competitor, Miss Rose HolT-
man, of this city. She is accountant
at the Rossland telephone exchange
and exceptionally popular about the
city. Two candidates from this city
nnd one from I'I nix were competitors for the hohor. •
The 212 electric lights in the
triumphal arch forming rho entrance
to the carnival grounds were turned
on   for  tho lirst lime last night ut
Public School Opens
The public school opened yesterday morning, with the following
staff of instructors: W. H. M. May,
principal; W. E. Hoadley, second division; Miss M. P. Sinclair, third
division; Miss S. A. Hewton, fourth
division; Miss M. Winter, fifth division. The enrollment yesterday
was only about, half what it should
have been, doubtless owing to thc
celebration this week. Twenty-five
or thirty new pupils were enrolled.
It is quite important that parents
see that all children of school age
attend regularly during, the present
term. Atthceloseof the last term
there was an actual attendance of
2.15. The high school opens next
Monday, with Geo. W. Clark as
principal.
On Labor Day the first annual
Held day sports in connection with
the public schools will beheld. Particulars will be published later. ■
(Ieo. Fraser, M.P.P., states that
lie has been successful in securing
an additional grant of 8501) from
thc provincial government for the
Franklin camp road. This will complete the road to the old ford, or
within six or seven miles of thc camp,
Mr. Traser expresses the belief that
when thc mine owners of that camp
get ready to ship in machinery, the
money will be forthcoming for thc
completion of the road.
Porter Bros, finished driving tbe
piles for thc big trestle across thc
Newby flat last Saturday night, and
Monday morning the two pile-drivers
were moved to the smelter dam, and
work on the bridge across the North
Fork was immediately started. The
Newby flat trestle will be over 20
f-et in height, and about I0J0 feet
in length.   A 100-foot long spanwid
cross the C. P. R. track,   **f*ffe tim-
All children expecting to attend  her for the North Fork bridge is  be-
tbe  public school thc present term  jng hauled from the Great Northern
should   he   enrolled   not later than  yard to the smelter by team.
Monilav, 29th  inst., in   order  that: 	
proper a couimodation may be provided for tbem. After the classes
are tilled no primary grade pupils
will be enrolled until Christmas.
Frank Shcnvwood, delegate from
Greenwood Typographical Union
No. 368, which embraces all the
cities of thc Boundary, to tin- fiftieth
  I annual   convention of thc Intcrna-
Thc Fifth Regiment Royal Artil-1tionalTypographical Union, held in
lory band of the llritish government St. Louis from the 8th to the 18th
will he in Spokane October 8 to 9 lo inst, returned to tho eity last Fri-
lurnish music for the Spokano In-j day. Mr. Sherwood says the colliers tn to Fair. J. M. Finn is niana-. vention was the most successful ever
ger. The band comes from Victoria, held in the history of the union.
It is one of the linest in the Bri ieh There were over 400 delegates in at-
service. It is an old organisation tendance. The total number of
with 24 of the best musicians in the representatives ol Ihe "art prcscrva-
land. ll has traveled in the vari- live' present was swelled to over
ous parts of the globe, but hereto- 2000 by visiting cx-delcgates and
fore it seldom has left British soil, printers and mombors from the La-
This year il secured permission to dies' Auxiliary. ll cost the SI.
leave ill order to go to the St. Louis; Louis union about 812,0110 to entur-
ir, and   the   Spokane   fair.    Tl
baud is preparing specially for these
two engagements by daily drills and
most persistent practice. It also has
had made iu London new uniforms.
The band is strong ou parade and
open air music, and also is strong
with its soli, players. Manage, II.
II. Cosgrove of (he fair has arranged
with tbis popular musical organization not only to play for parades and
for Ihe afternoon races, but has arranged will) it to give a two-hour
concert each   morning.    This  will
not  in- iu tin- grandstand, but in
some other part of (lie grounds,
where seals will he placed for those
who wish tiuni.
For Sale—A good pony, 14.1 in
height; has been constantly ridden
and driven; no better saddle pony:
gentle and gallops fast; eligible for
pony races.    Apply at this office.
Tbe Grand Forks volunteer lire
department will give a grand bull in
tin- BldOnopera house on Thursday
evening, August 25th.
tain Ihe delegates. Tin- noxt annual  ivontion will Is- held in Toronto, Out. Till SUH nan acknowledges the receipt ofthe most artistic
souvenir ot tlte convention thai has
ever reached   this   office.    Prior ti,
tho Convention Mr. Sherwood s| t
a couple of weeks al tin- Clifton
SpringsSaiialoiiinn. Color,In Springs,
Col., where be received treatment for
cellular Inflammation, and he returned home much improved in
health. .Mr. Sherwood slates that
World's Fair is conducted on loo
stupendous a scale to be conceived
by people who have not witnessed it.
Wm. F. Newton, a well known
resident of this eity, will open a new-
store in this city this evening. He
will carry a complete stock of fruits,
confectionery, cigars anil tobaccos.
A cozy and neatly lilted up ice cream
parlor will also be inn in connection. The store is located on the
corner of Bridge and First streets,
one of thc best stands in the city,
and Mr. Nowton will undoubtedly
he accorded a liberal patronage, nill.lSUED EVKIIV TUESDAY AND FRIDAT
KVKN1N0S ATOIIASl) FOHKS, II.C, UV
G. A. EVANS.
suiiseiiii-rioN u.vrus:
One year....$2.00 I Thrccmonlhs. .00
Sixiiionlhs.. I.DO I One month 20
Advertising rales furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 undo Cls, ju-rlinr.
Address all communications Ut
Tun Evening Sun,
Phone 55. oband fohks, ii. c.
'I CESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1904
SUNSET  SAUNTERINGS
Mayor Hammer and family returned tbis evening from a three
weeks' vacation trip to Loon lake.
Misses Margaret Eyre and Belle
McLaren arc weaving a wreath of
roses to place around thc neck of thc
winner of the Grand Forks derby.
Tbe forest (ires which raged in
Franklin camp last week destroyed
all the buildings, including the
blacksmith shop, at thc McKinley
mine. Mr. MacLeod informs The
Sin that he will send a force of
workmen to the mine tomorrow to
reconstruct the buildings. Two
shifts of men will be employed on
the work, anil tho structures, which
will be i f a substantial nd commodious character, will be rushed to
completion.
Dr. C. M. Kingston left on Sunday morning for Vancouver, where
he will attend the annual meeting of
the Canadian Medical association lo
be held in tlmt citv August 23rd to
27th:
The Grand Forks-Phoenix baseball game in (his city Sunday afternoon je'ultecl in a victory the home
team by a score of 18 to 12. The
Phoenicians traveled in state, having
chartered a special train on tbe anticipation of a sweeping victory.
Tbey went home sadder but wiser
men.
Martin Gullickson, a young man
of about 27 years of age, died at tbe
Cottage hospital last Saturday of
typhoid fever after a protracted illness. The funeral was held Sunday
under the auspices of thc local lodge
of Odd Fellows, of which order deceased was a member. The funeral
services were conducted by Rev. E.
Manuel. About 50 members of
Gateway lodge followed tho remains
to tho cemetery, Decased came to
tbis city some months ago from
Reunion, Wash., and was employed
on Great Northern construction work
al tin- time he was taken sick, lie
was confined in Ihe railway hospital
Up till two weeks ago, when the fact
was made known he was an Odd Fellow, and was immediately removed
to the Cottage hospital and cared for
by the local lodge.
Chas. Sears, formerly engaged i
the clothing and gent's furnishing
business here, returned to the eily
Inst Friday, after an absence of about
. two years. Since leaving here be
has been a resident of tbe Sound
country and the territories, and latterly of Montana.
Stanley Hull returned last Sutur
day from a three weeks' vacatior
trip to Vancouver and Victoria.
f
Nels Nordeenthe Second Man
to Meet Death on Phoenix Spur
Aaron Jackson Receive Seri-
««. ous Injuries  Near the
Dam.
The second fatality since construction work was inaugurated on the
Phoenix branch occurred this morning at 8:30 o'clock at Andrews & McDonald's camp No; 1, near the old
Rankin plnce, a mile west of the
city. Nels Nordeen, a station man,
and his companion hail drilled and
prepared six holes ready to touch
thc match to them. Nordeen lighted
all six, hut only five went off. After
waiting a moment he turned to his
companion and said he bad forgotten to light the six hole, and ran. up
to set it off. While in the act of
touching the match to the fuse the
blast went off, hurling him down the
hillside and fracturing his skull,
from which injury he died five minutes after the accident. Dr. Foster,
of (ireenwood, who is acting for Coroner Kingfton, decided that an inquest would be unnecessary. The
ftmeral will be held tomorrow from
Cooper's undertaking establishment.
Beyond thc fact that Nordeen was a
native of Sweden, little could be
learned concerning him.
Aaron Jackson was seriously injured by a premature blast at Andrews tt McDonald's camp No. 2,
near the dam, yesterday morning at
0 oe'loek. He received tho ful
ehi.rge of the blast, losing the sight
ot both his eyes, besides having a
wrist and thumb broken. His injuries were attended to by Dr. Northrop. He was sent to the Sacred
Heart hospital in Spokane yesterday
for further treatment.
THE SHALLFOX QUESTION
Any intelligent physician w-ill admit that you don't catch smallpox bi-
cause some one else has it, hut because
your condition favors it. ]x»w vitality
always encourages sickness, and at this
season especially everyone should take
Foiu-nzonc, which destroys disease
germs and makes the system so strong
ami healthy that sickness can't exist.
Ferrozone is a vitalizing tonic that
makes i ieh, red bloods, builds up tin-
nerves, cures nervousness and drives
away tired, languid feelings. To get
strong and keep strong use Ferrozone;
it assures health and costs but 50c.
II. E, Woodland, druggist.
Joshua Bell, who murdered Annie Allen in Phoenix a week ago last
Friday, has been bound over for trial
at the assizes, which will be held ill
Greenwood October 17th. Bell bas
been taken to Nelson for safe keeping.
Rev. Ralph Trotter, formerly pastor of the Baptist chun-li in this
city, and a member of the lirst board
of aldermen of the amalgamated
cities of Grand Forks and Columbia,
arrived in city today from Ontario
for a few (lavs' visit.
THE CAUSE OF FILES
J s invariably constipation; which is
quickly removed by Dr. Hamilton's
Pills of Mandrake and Butternut.
Sure relief and nn griping pains. For
a remedy tbat never fails use Dr.
Hamilton's Pills. Price 2fic. H.E.
Woodland, druggist.
Louis Wilpulte, of Lille. France,
wns a guest at the Yale Inst Saturday.
I). E. Whi eside, who is prominently connected with the I'lnir-
inore coal fields, was a visitor in the
city last Saturday.
In (Ireenwood the latest interest
in mining circles was caused last
Thursday by a strike on the Barbara, which adjoins the townsite on
the cast. Some of the best residences of the town are on the claim.
The Barbara is under bond to Alex
Miller, nnd is in charge of W. H.
Jeffery, mining engineer. A winze
has been sunk about forty feet.
There is a lead of fourteen feet nearly solid ore. The on- is galena, zinc
blend and copjflersulphide occurring
in a granular quartz gangue, and
yielding a value of nearly §100 to
the ton.
For Sale—A good pony, 14.1 in
height; has heen constantly ridden
anrl driven; no better saddle pony;
gentle and gallops fast; eligible for
pony races.    Apply at this ollice.
Baths 25 cents at the Yale Barber
Shop.
"You're next" at the Yale Barber
Shop.
Webbs' chocolates galore at   Donaldson's, in bulk and in  fancy boxes.
Nicely   furnished   rooms,   with   or
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
The very hest smokers in town at
Donaldson's. Large range from which
to choose.    Get our prices by the box.
If you have a few friends to spend
an evening at your home, do not forget to leave an order for some Hazel-
wood ice cream at. Donaldson's.
Phone (i4.   ;
For a nice hair-cut. or shave go to
tbe City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Jlaths 25c.
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
hv J. W. Jones.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE,
To tlic  Homd of Licensing Oommlaaioiiert
hi anrl fur tin- City of (Jrimci Porks.
NOTtOB in hereby u'lvcri tlmt tbe Under-
■letied will, ut the next m«*ptiuu of tin
Koiml of i.li'eiit.ini: ('oinm(8aioiiei*8 for tin
Citv of Grand ForUs, uppl.v for ft t.'ttn«fei
ofthe Hotel License (-milled hi respect of
the "Win-lines'," Winni!"'!*- nveniie. Grntid
Port's* from me to Etnll Lorseil.
Dfttbd »t) Grand Porks, H.O., this 8th day of
Anu'list, I1HI4.
NOHMANJACKSON.
MIMA HOTEL
M      JOHN PETERSON, PROP.
Finest uuanos of . . .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NICAIl ('. 1'. II. STATION,
Grand   Forks, B. C
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For    Grand    Forks    and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
nnd Hoses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly, llaudsnnieout-
lit free. Write for particulars aellsend '25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
nnd plants for insects.
STONE A WELLINGTON,
FooTllll.l. NUIISlilllliS,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,    -    -    -    ONTARIO
*QR   SALE
GOOD DRY
Delivered to any (M   £T\ C.   O.   L).
part of thc eity    0*TI«U I"'1'  (J"1'1
Send in your orders
in advance, as we. are
ulway
busy.
W, GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P, 0,
NELSON FAIRj,
Second Annual Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September  28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS
FINE GROUNDS
BIG PREMIUM LIST
NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WHITE FOR PRIZE LIST.
J. E. Annable, Secretary,
Nelson, B. C.
Granby Hotel
MostConvuniknt-
i.y Located Hotki.
in tub Citv. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
liar Supplied with the
Finest Brands of
WINKS, LfQUOltS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B.C,
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
FRESH. C& CURED
MEATS
PISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
THE
COZIEST
AND-
HOST
UP-TO-
DATE'
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITV.
THK BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
\ Proprietor.
THE
COOLEST
l'LACK
•IN
TOWN,
ELECTRIC
FANS
IN EVERY
CORNER
\
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IM r*| ATHINiri **■' wuul(* be advisable to call and see
ll> VU.V/ I I lll>VJ wlmtwe are doing. No trouble to
show goods. For Quality, Fit and Price in Customs Tailoring you
cannot do better. I also have an agency for one of the best Eastern
Houses, aud if there is any
\va\- of getting lit by sending
away for a Suit of Clothes, I
can get it for you, as I thoroughly   understand taking measurement
SUITS FROM SI5 UP
ObO.   b.  1 lAS-blb, Grand   Porks.
u
NlUNHOTEl ANDMU51CHALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER—
Meals Served at All Hours, Finely Furnished
Rooms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived. -Call and inspect them.
Also a stock of Iilankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to be sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue
Grand Porks m
R. C. MGGUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Piling,Gut) Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside    Avenue,
Onptlslte J. W. June,,' Kurnititre Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
•   Regnlatinj,' and Adjusting u
Specinlty.  "Good work
promptly4 done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler find Optician*
OKAND    PORK,   H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CALL IN
And get measured  for  a swell
Spring Suit
Wu have all the latest styles and
cam guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MKHCHANTTAILOH,
OltTAMI- FORKS,  B.'C*
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
I Illiee in Megaw Block.
1'boiie 138. Grand Forks, B.C.
Pacific Hotel
J..1. McINTOSH
Oppollte O.P. R. Stntlo,,,
tine 69. Columbia It. C
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINK LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,    CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICK   AND   IRONED  BY
MAC1I1NKHY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED,
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVI'RSIDK AVENUE,
Dr   FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College;
Office over Hunter
Phone 27. KeildtfakCo.'sStore
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Lint
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
WHY CO EAST
Over the sun-burned, sage brush
and alkali plains, when you may
just as well take a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on thc
American continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
the Rio Grande system, the far-
rained "Scenic Line of the World,"
the only transcontinental line passing through Salt 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 tho best, including free reclining chair cars,
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car service, and also
personally conducted excursion eais,
each in charge of a competent guide.
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. Xo more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address J.
I). Mansfield, Geri; Agt., RioGrande
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St.Paul Ruilwuy.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
the world." Understand: Connections are made with All Transconti
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 goinjr; to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
H. L. Ford, H. S. RowK-j
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Oro.
CHURCH DIRECTORY,
KNOX lMUiSUYTHKIAN CHURCH, Grniid
Korku -J. I'. Hubert noh, It.A., imstor
Services evory Suiiday at li a.m. ara 7 :imi p.
rn.'Suiiilii*-'Hi-litioi mul Ulble olan. st p. m.j
We-jtmlwrier Guild of C. E., Tuesday- 8
fi.m.
RSTMBTHOMHTCHUKUH Corner Main
iinii PUthstii J. P. Hottt,pastor. Sfirvteoi
overy Sunday at n a.m. und 1,80 u.m.i
clftM meetliiff atolono of murnitm iorvloe*
Sunday wIiijoI ami liii.li> claotat iff, m.i
prayer meetintf every TanrsJay Dvetilnb
atBoolook. Tin* pnhlic is rni'di ally in tiled.
HOLYTRINITYOHUBCH(01inrch ol Kiijr-
land), Grand Forks, Henry Steele, vltotrr
Holy t'oinriiiiitton, «a. in.; morllinfr  iu'ii>i't'
ena sermon, it a. m.i Sunday school, h i>. in.'i
eVetisong itiidsermon. 7'WI p> m.  All urn
urdlally inviteil
SHORT STOR,   S
*."icfi, on tne lint ot April, llcuy
Ward Beeoher found in his morning in..' j
a letter containing only tlte wi ds "Ajni!
Fool." "Weill well!"*ht> in an id to haw
remarked; "I have received many a lei
ter where a man forgot to Bign hts
name; tlija is the first time I ever knew
of u writer signing his name and forge)
ting to write u letter."
One of the best things Oscar Wihlr
ever said was his answer to a certain |
rather humdrum pott, when the latter
was complaining of the neglect with,
which hi.*- lines were treated by the cri-!
ties. "There seems to he a conspiracy ■
of.silenee against me. What would you '
ad viae me to do?" he enquired of Wilde, j
"Join it," was the consoling ror'.y.
The late Justice Armour, whom Mr
A. B. Ayleswortli succeeded on the Alas- j
ka Commission, in a  certain case was \
once .disputed by a wronghe-aded young
lawyer,   who  said,   when   the  judge  it-
nifllned firm ng.iinst all his arguments.
"Well, sir, if that's law I'll go home and \
burn  my books."    "Hadn't you better,'' (
said   the  judge,   "go    home    and   read
them?"
A  turn  of  the    political  wheel  had j
placed the Knglish Conservatives on top
and lowered the Liberals.    Not long afterward a young and jiresumptuoua mem ,
ber of the ruling government, who wa-
sitting opposite a member of the defeat
ed party at a London dinner-party; too!;
that time to say: "Well, Mr. Blank, how
do you like being nn  ex?"    "I should
like it better if wp had been aut'c-edod
by the y's" (wise), instantly retorted tin I
Liberal.
Professor Ernest Huffcut of Ihe Cor
neii J«nv School told un amusing story
not Jong ago of a  fre.-i';mau  who  was
called from the way of knowledge baforc ,
his year was out. the students had been j
answering questions in moot-court, and
the subject under discussion  was a cow
which had been killed by a railway train.
Eaoh student was required to till out n
paper on the case. "This brilliant youth,"
snid Professor llufVeut, ''wrote with all j
seriousness afler 'Disposition of the Car j
cass': 'Miid and Gentle.'"
Glen MacDonough. who wrote the lib
retto for tbe comic opera. "Ilalr-s In Toy i
land," was Bitting in a  New York  cafe i
recently with Victor Herbert, the com j
poser, when a waiter approached to take
hia   order.    The   waiter   smiled   at   Mr
MacDonongh, nnd said:   "You don't  re
member me, do yon?   I used to sing ii ;
one of your companies."   "1  reiuembc i
you  very well," Miid  Mr.  MflCUoiiOUgl   :
Are you surprised to sec me here as a ;
waiter?" asked the other.   "Not a bit." \
replied  the  librettist,  cheerfully;   "you
know I have heard you sing."
During the contest for the Presidene, i
of the United States between Buchanati '
and  Fremont  in  ISiiO,  a   country   bn\
turned up o-t one of the Fremont nicer  ,
ings   with   a   number   of   brindle   pupa :
which he offered   for  sale as "FremotH j
pups."   Some days later a gentleman win
had bought one saw the same boy at ;i
Buchanan meeting selling the same pup*- i
which were, he claimed, of the Buohauafi j
persuasion.   "But you told me," objected :
the purchaser, "that these were Fremonl
pups."    "Yes," retorted  the boy, "tha1 j
was before they got their eyes open."
GRAND BIG STREET
During the Race Meet at
Grand Forks, B. C.
AUG. 24-27
(INCLUSIVE)
The most novel attraction over held in   the   Boundary
Country.    Four days of general  entertainment und merrymaking, in which the whole Boundary country is cordially invited to participate.    An interesting feature of the  Carnival ]
will   be  the coronation of the Queen, who will be elected by i
popular vote.  Candidates areentcred from Rossi and, Nelson, '
Greenwood, Phoenixj Republic, Northport and Grand   Forks, '
and a close and spirited contest  is looked for.    Another feature  will   be   the  Grand   Mir I way   Plaisance,  which  will be
stocked with novelties of every description.    There   will   also
be a rock drilling contest for a valuable prize,   in   which  the
best teams in the surrounding country will meet   in   competition.    The Gala Attraction will  be  IVfardi-GraH  night, when
everyone   is   invited  to mask   from   7  to 11:30 p. ni.    For
further   particulars  see  posters.    There will  be   SPECIAL
KATES ON A TO, RAILWAYS during0urnivol Week.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Aid. Feeney       P. Donaldson
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS. !
NOTICK.
PEEK Mineral Claim, siiuatn In the Grand
Porks   Milling-   Division   nf   V.ili. District.
Where located!   In Burnt Hindu.
TAKE NOTIOE Hint I Knnneth I.,   Hornet,
'   of llomliind, R. Ciuzent for Robert  K,
Cniwfi.nl, I'i Minio'VertlllriileNo. ll'.'wIOi
E-i-.-.I LmiL-e, free Miner'ii (Vrtlllcate No.
B?'S82, andJnhti Sliaw, l-'ree Miner's Certificate No. I'80'87,Intend,sixty dnys from the
.Ititij hereof, to imply to tlte Mlnlnir Recorder
font Certificate of ImnroyeinentB, for tlm
purpose nf flbtalillnj* a I'rolvii C/riuit nf tlm
above elulin.
And fin iln'i' take notice tliut aotlon, under
Section B7, must In. commenced before the
issuance orsurliCertlltriiteol Improvements.
Dated till, twelfth day of .Inly, A.I)  mil.
KENNETH L BURNET, P.I..S.
Geo. Urlin
R. F. Petrie
M. White
C. Buhler
J. Temple
J. M. Ross
John Leamy
5SOCS
K^
RRAND FORKS FEDERAL LA
bor   Union   No.  231, A.L.TJ.—
Meets    every    Wednesday    evening
at 8 o'olock in   Federal   Union  hull.
Dan Kelly, Pres.
Fas. A. Haiiiiis, .See.
PRINTING
Burrltttern- Solicitor*,
.Nolnrli-rt. Ktc
liiilon Hlook, Corner Wliilttiieg Aveiiue nml
Pint Street,
of every description
promptly executedat
lit vlkll.Ml.JI-.   ayjiiT-UJIi. cordially Invited. liUANIl I" IRK8, II. C. **  I *V*| T"*\ • fH
$27.50 IN THE BANK IS WORTH $27.50j he bvenmg bun
When an Accident Happens.
$27.50 invwbed in the "Accumulative" Policy issued hy the.CANADIAN CASUALTY AND BOILEI* INSURANCE COMPANY, of Toronto, may be worth $15,000 *" J'11" when an nooident happens, llven-liinly luhuits
that it is tho test ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY on the market.     •
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY K '" lllt'ct wift ll" ttcoident in ui-durto receive the cash duller thiB polioy.
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETE McCAJJAJM,
Agent for  tli
tile  Alinve-
Named Company.
Call on him, and have your sisters, coui-ins, wives and aunts and all their friends call, and a~k to see the NEW
SICKNESS POLICY, covering 30 diseases, whioh is undoubtedly the most UP-TO-DATI-) sickness policy before tin-
public.   DO IT NOW.   No medical examination required.    Every man and -woman should have one,
Authorized capital. 81,1100,000; subscribed capital. 8500,000. Boiler Inspection, Boiler Insurance, Personal
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator Insurance. Consulting Engineers. It will payyou to take out
a policy on your boiler and consult us free of charge on ull matters pertaining to steam usage. ' 'ur Engineers' Advisory .Department can save our policy holders many times their premiums by the service rendered them. The fact
of rogd or inspection is the greatest safeguard against boiler explosions.    All our inspectors are responsible engineers.
Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,
P. T. McCALLUM, ORAND FORKS AOENT.
Head Office Toronto
RIDERAGENTSWANTED
In each town to talto orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicyeles.
New 1903 Models
"BelllSO," Complete $8.75
" Cossack," Guaranteed High Grade $10.75
"Siberian," A Beauty $12.75
" Neudorf," Koad ISucer $14.75
uo better bicyelo at any price.
Any other muke or model you vant at one-third
usual price. Choice of anv standard tires and best
equipment on nil our bicycles.  Strongest guarantee.
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL O. O.U. to any one
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAY8 FREE
TRIAL before purchase is blodlDj*.
500 Second Hand V/heois <
tnken In trade by our Cliicairo relull stores,
all untiles nnd models, irimd as new	
MUflT IIIIV 5 hlcyrlo mull yon linve wrlten for on-
IIUI DUI FACTORY PHItES AND FREE I»IAL OFFLIi.
Tltel, eauipmenl, lundrieinnd spnrtltw trotHls of all kinds, al balf i.rnii.r price,
liiourbialteRsunurTCiilnlog, C.M.'iliiHa world of useful Informal I.in. Write for It.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III.
: $3 to $8 LIKE THE OLD FRUIT -AIRS."
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
Spokane [nterstate Fair
Spokane, October 3 to 9
WITH LARGE DISPLAYS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
$2000 OFFERED TOR FRUIT AND FRUIT EXHIBITS:
MORE THAN  $30,000 IN PREMIUMS AND PRIZES.
FIVK 01! MORE  EXCITING RACKS BACH DAY.    $12,000 IN
PURSES.
DOWN TOWN CARNIVAL EACH NIGHT.
FIFTH REGIMENT BRITISH AUTII.I.DI'Y BAND.
FREE HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS DAILY.
FINEMINERAL DISPLAY, DOG SHOW, ART EXHIBIT, Etc
REM EMBER—LOW HATES AND SPECIAL EXCURSIONS ON
ALL RAILROADS.
Concession Privileges for Sale.
Write.for Premium List and Race Program.
ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.
IW.K.C.iV
MANLYf
Sheif and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings-
The first consignment nf a
largeandup-todatestockof  bOOtS  'AtiQ SllOCS
8 .lust Received.
/ PHONE 6 BRIDGE STREET
f        -dljllJU—i-u  'ii .I........... fi
Supplies
Also.
A PLEASURE TO SHOW. yS
Developing
and
Printing
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Lrnvr villi- orders for ICE al DONALDSON'S—PHONE (il.
Best Ice in the oity. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WORK  PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
FRANK   J.   FILLER
N. D. McINTOSH
l-IKST   BTRBBT. ORA.ND   PORKS
,\ Coiyiploto Line   of   Furniture;   Hardware nml Cutlery Always
Cnrrietl-in Stock nml Sold Bcd-Uock  Prices,    Urgest  Variety  nl
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Rought and Sold.   Call nnd Inspect My Goods".   A Grenl Vnri
of New Articles Constantly Kopt In Stock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOR BNHGAINS
FLOUR,
IN ANY
UANTITY
rlay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN  &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given t"
Watch Repairing;.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, ll. C.
BOUNDARY
Tlio  following Inlile gives thc ore
11)03, 1901. and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
•Mother Lode, Deadwood..	
Sunset, Dcndwood 	
Morrison, Dendwood	
B, ('. Mine. Summit	
Eminn, Summit	
Senator, .Summit Cnmp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Broy Poglc, Summit Cnnip	
No. 37, Sun unit Camp	
Mountain Rose	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington	
Athelstan. Wellington	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris,, Central	
.lewel. Long Lake	
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
15. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous	
ORE   SHIPMENTS
shipments of Boundary mines  for   1900, 1901, 1903,
1000 1001.       1002.        100-! 1904    Pdsl Week
64,533 231,7lli! 309,858 393,181 317,000    -10,800
297 1.721     20,800     7-1,212        	
5,340 99,034 141,32(1 138,079 115,690        4.192
19,494
804
150
47,40.")
650
7,455
1-1,811
8,530
1.070
2,260
1,200
2,000
100
1,040
"556
605
350
15,731
3,339
19,305
22,937
368
15,537
31,197
1,750
11,498
222
354
(Hi
1,452
99
2,435
5,040
2,968
482
2J 75
219
993
400
107
170
305
226
3,380      5,801
Total,  tons	
'Iranbv Smelter treated .
G&W,
m
99,730 390,000 507,515 684,426 615,451
02,387 230,828 312,3-10 401,921 375,848
16,636
11,757
m
DANGER OF LIVING WITH CONSUMPTIVES  \
Is real danger because the pputum ! *■■$>
of affected persons diffuse itself through j
the air and finds lodgment in the systems of others. If exposed tocohsum])-
fcion use fragrant-healing Catarrhzone,
the   most efficient germioide hnown;
No case <>f catarrh can withstand  Catarrhozone,   \.hich   cures  liiis loathsome disease fcSoronghly.   Cold in the gp^
head  is cuivd  in a few minutes, and 'if j
U'nnel itis, asthma and luiu,'trouble aro  fefti
cured to stay cured if Catarrhozone is f|j
employed. "1 don't know any remedy Kf-w
THK   TORONTO
lll(tH'\ c'4. I    I Mill   I     l\ 111 l«    11 II y    I 1*1 ll(-i I *,     , f*> f I
lOgoud tor catarrh and bronchitis as jfH
Datarrhozone,J1 writes N. T. Eaton of j mM
Kt.owltdji. !'Ifccured me after years'
of suffering and saved me from consumption." Two months' treat ment
$1.00; tral si;e £5o. IL. E. Woodland, druggist.
fi
iDAILYNEWSg
N D THE "-»
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked, Bi
American Boy        2 I :j
Ben-Hur .'         24 -1
Black Tail        3 2
Canadian Gold  Fields         l.1, 3j
'ari'i,lH|(M,K.)ex-div.        ||
t'fillre Star        25" 22J
Denoro Mines      22 20
Fisher Maiden  3
(limit 	
(inttiliv Consolidated,$4.25
.Mi>rniii-:<!!i>n- ;. I),
Mountain  [.ion  ll"
North Star(E, K.)... 5
Payne..i  I'i
Quilji  15
fUmller-Curiboo  224
San Poil  29
Sullivan  .*.!,
Tom-Thumb  -l'
War Eagle Con  II
Waterloo (assess, pd). I'.
White Beat ., 41
9fk
111 GRAND FORKS SUN
in
in
3A
H
.. FO       ONLY..
P2.2Z a Year!
m
n
IS YOUR D0C7 OR BILL LARGE?
Best way to keep it small not to call i|-"b
the diietnr, but use Nerviline instead.   \A$ '
I-'ih- minor ailments like colds, coughs,
chills, cramps, headache and stomuch
trouble N r.i im. is just as good asany
doctor.    It   breaks Up a cold in one
night, cures soreness in the chest, and
for neurnlgia, toothache and  rheuiua-
tisni you can't  get anything half su g^
good as ! o viline. The fame   f Ni rv • ipi
line for cramps, colic and pain  in the ^
stomaub extends far and wide.   Goc
Eor everything a liniment ean be goo.. .
for and costs but 25o. for a largo bol   Jj\
tie. II. E. Woodland, druggist,
Theuucstion: What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Cal] up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice cream.   Phone 64.
Baths 26 cents at the Yale Barber
Shop,
Now is the time Ut bring in your
bicycloand get it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season, Gi;o.
C'n.U'i'i.n, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman lo
manage business in Iii** county and adjoining territory for well and favorably
knnwn house of solid financial .stand
ing. £20.00 straight, cash salary and
expenset paid eaeh Monday by check
direct from headquarters. Expense
money atlvanoed. Position permanent.     Address Manager, Hill  C	
Block, Chicago, 111.
A radical change from old methods and prices hits been made by
the Toronto Daily News. The eyes
of the newspvper world have
been Upon The News for the past few
months, during which time several
departures have been made which
have given that paper a widespread
reputation I'm-enterprise and originality. This latest move is to place
Tbe News at the price of 81.00 a
year by mail. Only a deep-founded
belief in thc future success of Thc
News could lead the publishers to
make such a reduction in price.
But just as the dollar magazine has
taken bold of the people, so, We venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and ever-increasing circulation, based not only on thc popular price at which it is sold, but
mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
be paper.
We have arrangements concluded
whioh enables us to club tbe Toronlo
News with our own paper at $2.25 a
year in advance. Suoh a combination presents many unique features
—OU'r semi-weekly giving you all
the home and' district news, and
the big 12-pnge daily keeping you in
touch with events all over the world.
Send us your subscription to Tha
News, or if you would like to see
the paper lirst, write us antl we will
secure a sample copy.
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