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Legislative Library
Victoria B C
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Columbia \
Postoffice^
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, June 23, 1903
No. 67
A
Aldermen   Become   Heated
Over the Salary Question,
The council meeting last night,
notwithstanding thc chilly condition
of the weather outside, was a warm
one, "hot air" being quite effective
in the result of that body's deliberations.
Mayor Burrell presided, and all
the aldermen, excepting J. L. Manly, who is absent from the city, were
present. A letter from the Attorney-
General, re the jurisdiction of Judge
Johnnston, showing that the matter
had been taken under advisement,
was read. J. H. Murray of the Hotel
Winnipeg asked for redu ition in
water and light rates. Laid on table.
City Electrician White stated that
he had another position in view, and
would like to resign on the 1st of
August provided the city secured a
capable man to fill his place.
, Aid. Cusson translated a letter
from Clemenc Clerc, in which the
writer complained that the water
from the Spokane slough drainage
ditch was washing away her lots on
Third street, and asking that the
ditch be continued to the river. No
action was taken. This morning
Clemenc Clerc sent The Sun word
requesting it to notify the city council that unless thc request was complied with inside of ninety days
legal proceedings would be institu-
tod against the city.
Permission was granted Mr. Mc-
Closkey, who had the misfortune to
lose his sight in a premature blast in
Phoenix last year, to run a lemonade and ice cream stand in this city
on the 1st and 2d of July.
By-law No. 9 (hotel rebate) was
reconsidered and finally passed.
A protest was read from the transfer and livery men against the city
granting licenses to non-residents
during the Dominion Day celebra-
t on.
An extension of 15 days from the
time fixed hy resolution recently was
granted consumers of city water and
light io pay all arrears before the
same would be cut off.
E. Barron was given permission
to use 150 feet of thc old 2-inch
water pine for irrigating purposes,
proved h brougl t :he same back
when the city needed them.
Ad. McCallum reported that he
had interviewed Mr. Graves, of the
Granby company, in an endeavor to
obtain a better rate for the city for
its light, but up to thc present no
satisfactory conclusion had been arrived at.
The consideration of Aid. Cus-
son's by-taw, providing for remuneration of city' officials, was then
taken up.
Aid. McLellan said he would eer-
tain'y v »te i;giinst thc by-law.
A d. McCal um said if the by-law
was thoroughly ventilated it would
perhaps be unnecessary to go into
committee of the whole.
Aid. Cusson made a lengthy
speech in support of the by-law, the
trend of which was that no one
should be asked to work for nothing.
He wanted what was right
for the work performed by the aldermen. During the past three years
the members of the city council had
drawn salaries.
Aid. Gaw hail not intended to donate his work when he was elected.
Perhaps it was different with Aid.
McLellan and McCallum, who, for
all he knew, might be millionaires
in disguise. Other people who
worked for the city drew salaries.
Why should not the aldermen do
the same?
Mayor Burrell attempted to pour
oil on the troubled waters by making a long and characteristic speech.
The gist of his remarks was that
while no one should seek office
for the money there was in it, still
every public officer should be recompensed for services rendered. He
had made his views on this point, he
said, clear during thc campaign.
The remarks in the council last
night made by   Councilman   McCallum, in speaking on the proposal
to vote salaries to a portion cf that
body   were  of  a forceful character.   He carefully avoided personalities, but poured in argument and
eloquence that no one could assail.
He pointed out that the question of
salaries to members of    the   city
council was not   so- perplexing  a
question as the means of  paying
important obligations which are at
present agitating the public mind.
He said there was a precedent for
paying a salary to members of the
council and that precedent was confirmed by the late council, but he
didn't think the constituents   ex
pected them to pin  their faith and
stake their judgment on thc example
of the late council.    He was quite
willing to fall in line in voting a
salary if he could be shown it was
the proper Course, and he fully realized that members of council in a
young city like Grand Forks earn
more than the city can to afford to
pay them, but they should consider
that before they  undertake the responsibility and offer themselves as
candidates, as the woods are full of
competitors for these positions, who
are willing to give their time for the
reward of honor.    He didn't know
that any of them needed the emolument any more than he himself did,
but he couldn't over look  the  fact
that the corporation is coming face
to face with the problem of a difference between revenue and expenditure of several thousand dollars on
thc wrong side of the ledger, and to
meet thc emergency they must resort
to retrenchment and economy and
cut down the expenses to the equilibrium of thc city's revenue.    And
to be consistent with the principle of
economy and within  their oath of
office, they must begin at Jerusalem
and set the example of economy in
the council.    He   thought that  as
the tendency this year has been for
general reform, they should set an
example for future councils by tak
ing a little financial reform themselves, and wiping out the iniquitous
practice of paying salaries to coun-
cilmen in a city that is struggling
for an existence, and they should
inaugurate a principle by which the
office will hereafter seek the man
and not the multitude seek the office.
He said he had always been opposed
to paying salaries in a young city
under such circumstances, and referred to trouble that occurred in
Rossland by voting a salary to members of council in opposition to the
wish of the ratepayers.
Aid. McClellan followed Aid. McCallum in opposition to salary bylaw in a straight-froni-the-shouldcr
speech, Our reporter was unable
to get a verbatim report, but thc
principle points arc given below.
He said: "This is a bylaw that 1 have
tried to keep out of the city council
ever since I became a member of
this body. Outside of Rossland
there is not another town besides
Grand Forks, in British Columbia,
paying wages to their City Dads. It
is a well known fact that Grand
Forks is notorious on account of its
former 'graters,' but little did 1
know when I came into the council
that I would be among such grafters.
The people, when they elected this
council, thought they had got rid of
all such men. What has this city
council ■ done for the people this
year? Done nothing. They have
not got five cents to do any public
work of any kind with. All they
have to do is try and hold what they
have. As to Aids Cusson and Gaw,
they didn't tell the people on the
platform that they wanted wages.-
They knew better. Both Mr. Gaw
and Mr. Cusson are old members
of the council, and they knew what
work was required of them, and if
they did not want to give a little
time to the city why did they not
stay at home. Mr. Gaw voted
against wages last year but this year
he wants wages. Instead of this
council setting a good example for
the guidance of future councils it is
following in the footsteps of past
councils. If past conncils were so
short sighted in this respect it does
not follow that we should taint our
record with like questionable action."
Aid. McCallum moved an amendment to have the bylaw read a third
time eight months hence. Yes—McCallum, McLellan; No—Gaw, Peterson, Cusson. Mayor Burrell asked
that the first clause which relates to
his salary, read 82(W). For—Gaw,
Peterson, Cusson; against—McCallum and McLellan.
Mayor Burrell moved,seconded by
Aid. Peterson, that thc chairmen of
Board of Public Works and Water
and Light Committee be allowed
§150 each. Yes—Burrell, Peterson
and Gaw; no, McCallum and McLellan.
Moved by Aid. McCallum,seconded by Aid. McLellan that committee
rise without reporting. Amended
by Burrell that committee rise and
report.    Same vote as above.
Report adopted.
McLellan objected to third reading
of bylaw, which delays its adoption
two weeks, and in meantime it may
"die a-bornin'." Anyhow, theMc's
declare tbey bavo other torpedoes
up their sleeves designed for tbat obnoxious bvlaw.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
Closing exercises of Grand Forks
Public school will beheld on Friday
morning next, commencing at 9:30.
After the usual examination exercises in the various subjects of the
school curriculum, short entertainments will lie given by divisions I,
2, 3, 4, and 5, in the classroom, beginning at about 10:30.
Born—In Grand Forks, June 23,
1903, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pfeifer,
a daughter.
Knox church manse has received
its second coat of paint, greatly improving its general appearance.
H, C. Smith and City Electrician
White returned Sunday evening from
a trip to spokane.
City Solicitor E. Miller started for
Victoria yesterday morning.
Hon. Smith Curtis, member of
the late Local Assembly, came in on
Monday's train and continued his
journey up the hill. He is largely
interested in the Oro Denoro mine
in Summit camp, He is expected
to return here tomorrow.
Premier McBride soon became
"wised up" in the matter of the
vote collectorship in this riding, and
substituted S. R. Almond of Grand
Forks, for W. G. McMynn of Greenwood.
Benj. F. Wilson, of California, will
deliver an open air lecture in front
of the Yale hotel tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at 8 o'clock sharp,
on Socialism.
The rules of the New California
Jockey club will govern (by permission) at the Dominion day race
meet in this city.
S. If. C. Miner, president of the
Granby Co., accompanied by his
wife, left yesterday for Blairmore.
A-lta., where Mr. Miner will inspect
the new Granby coal fields, after
which tbey will go to Victoria ami
other coast cities.
The Seagram Cup, donated by J.
E. Seagram, of Waterloo, Out, as a
prize in the seven-eighths mile race
on July 2d, has arrived in the city
and been placed on exhibition in
the Eastern Townships bank.
Liberal Meeting.
The Grand Forks Liberal association will hold a regular weekly meeting to-morrow night in Alberta hall
on Riverside avenue. An invitation
is extended to all Liberal to be present. ®lj? lEtomng £>mt
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT GRAND FORKS, B.C., BY
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES:
One year....$2.00
Six months.. 1.00
Three months. .50
One month 20
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address ull communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phone 55. Columbia, b. o.
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1903
From general public expression
today it may be judged that those
members of thc city council, Mayor
Burrell, Aids. Cusson, Peterson and
Gaw, who sought last night to pass
a salary bylaw, find that such action
falls far short of commendation; At
a previous meeting of the council
tbe bylaw had passed its second
reading in blank form, having
originally been introduced by Aid.
Cusson. Last night the bylaw was
under consideration in committee of
the whole, when the proposed swoop
on the city treasury was fixed by the
promoters of the descent as follows,
Aid. Cusson in the chair: Mayor
urrell moved that his own salary
be {allowed in the sum of $200, and
the chairman of the Board of Public
Works, J. L. Manly (Aid. Cusson
acting in his absence), and the chairman of the Water and Light Committee, Aid. Gaw, be each allowed
8150. On the Mayor's motion the
vote stood : Ayes,, Aids Cusson, Gaw
and Peterson; nays, Aids. McLellan and McCallum. The bylaw provides that one-third of these sums
may be drawn June 30th,and the remaining two-thirds the 31st of December. The objection raised in
(ommittee delays the final passage
of the bylaw, if it passes at all,beyond June 30th, so Aid. Cusson is
out of it, so far as salary is concerned; and Aid. Peterson, when
be gets his ear down to the ground
and hears the roar of coming protests will probably change his vote
;it the next meeting, especially as he
is not in the favored salary bunch.
Undoubtedly, Mayor Burrell's best
supporters will be painfully surprised by thc position be took in
the matter, while the course taken
by Aids. McLellan : n 1 McCallum
will be heartily commended by the
n epayers. 	
it belonged. Perhaps it would like
a similar contract at the same figures
this year, and does not yet know
the right from the wrong side of the
fence.
In classifying the interior newspapers of the province politically,
the Nelson Tribune lists the Rossland Miner as a supporter of the
"Big Mit" party." We are wondering if our down-town contemporary is not waiting for a "call" from
that i arty ? It probably remembers
that one-half of itself got down on
I lie wrong side of the fence at the
list provincial election, and cost Mr.
Mackintosh $G00 to get it over where
There is very little safety in forecasting the result of the next provincial election predicated on the
vote of the last poll, as the new
order of things in the political field
and the shifting of population will
effect surprising changes; then the
Socialist vote is liable to cut deeper
than ever In-fore into the ranks of
both the old parties.
The Montreal Star bewails tbe
fact that the absence of rain in that
section seriously affects the city milk
supply. There's candor for you,
the assumption being the drought
has caused the wells to go dry.
SUNSET SIGNALS
The Curfew will be rung for the
first time to-night at 8:45.
Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. "Force," a
ready-to-serve wheat and barley food
adds no burden, but sustains, invigorates.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mortimer of
Phoenix have had their happyness
increased by the arrival at their home
of a little daughter.
The framework of Donaldson's
new store building on the corner of
Bridge and First streets, is up, and
at the rate work is now being carried on, thc building will be completed in a short time.
A. E. McAuley, thc Customs officer at Carson, was severely injured
last Saturday by being thrown from
his horse on the Danville bridge.
He received some ugly scalp wounds.
He was brought to this city and is
now doing nicely under the care of
Dr. Northrup at the Hotel Winnipeg.
JUST   RECEIVED TV"rgest,Sh?
J ment    ever    hrouch
into the city or the Boundary Country of...
ment   ever   brought
GLENGARY MAPLE SUGAR
ASK FOR
NABOB TEA.
AND
SYRUP
In A No. 1 Condition and of the Choicest Quality.
A trial will convince you that
they are The Best.
JEFF DAVIS C& CO.
Tom, Skeppington, a well-known
Danville prospector, had an arm
broken last week by a fall. He was
brought to this eity, and is now
rapidly recovering at the Cottage
hospital.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH GOLD   MINING COMPANY, LIMITED.
A troncral meeting of te slmreholriers of
the »l>ove nompftiy wiH ba held on Tuesday
the 80th day of Juno, 1903, nt Z o'clock in the
iifternoon, nt the office of Hay, MoCallum A
Wright. Cohunb'a street, in the city of Grand
Forks, British Columbia, for thc trausBction
of general business, for tiie election of directors, and for the purpose of considering nnd
tatting action upon the following resolutions nnd such nuieiulnietits thereto as may
be offered, and upon any other resolutions
and amendments which may be offered with
reference to the matters dealt with iu the
resolutions following, viz:
1. A resolution to confirm tho resolution
of the Directors panged May 29th, 1902, directing the conveyance of thc company's claims
to Charles Hay nnd Neil McCallum intrust
aud to ratify the conveyances made pursu*,
ant thereto.
2. A resolution to confirm the resolution
of the Directors passed March 27th, 1903, authorizing applications f >r Grown Grants,
and to declare the company's liability for
the uecsssary costs of proceedings to Crown
Grant,
B, A resolution requesting snid Hay and
McCullum to defend the au vers tug action
of B. Couture.
A subsequent general meeting of the share*
holders to confirm resolutions passed nt the
snid meeting of June 30th, 101)3, will he held
on Wednesday the 15th day of July, 1908, at
the same hour and place.
Dated this llth day of June. 1908,
By order of the Directors,
CHAS. HAY. President,
NKIL McCALLUM, Secretary.
SPECIAL NOTION TO SHAREHOLDERS OF THE
ENGLISH AND FKKNCH GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED LIABILITY, ..
Those who hold shares in the above eompany [which has now ceased to exist], are entitled upon surrender of their share certificates to receive shares in the new company
[English and French Oold Mining Company,
Limited], to the number of three-fourths
their holdings iu the old company. Only the
holders of the new company's shares can
vote at its meetings; the old certificates
must he exchanged, as they are otherwise of
no value-
NKIL McCALLUM,
Secretary Knglish nnd French Gold Mining
Company, Limited.
Conservatives Reorganize,
The Conservatives of Grand Forks
hold a well attended meeting Friday
night in Biden opera house for the
purpose of making their annual selection of officials, and discusion of
organic methods of proceedure in the
coming campaign. The meeting
was both harmonious and enthusiastic. Judge Williams, of the Phoenix Conservative association, was
present and spoke of the sentiment
and views of his home organization,
and "Long Willie" did not have to
stand on his chair to be seen, either.
H. S. Cayley presided, and J. H.
Hodson, performed the duties of
secretary.
The following official selections
were made: Honorary President,
H. S. Cayley; President, George A.
Fraser; 1st Vice-President, N. Me-
Clellan; 2d Vice-President, E. Spraggett; Treasurer, 6. M. Fripp; Secretary, A. C. Sutton; Executive
Committee—Wm. Dinsmore, Capt.
Disbrowe, John Temple, E. Miller,
— May, John Hutchinson, M. D.
White, Jeff Davis, Geo. Urlin, H.
C. Hanington, T. Newby and H. N.
Galer, also the newly elected officers
of the association.
There were said to be seventy
members of the association present
at the meeting.
BICYO LBS—Clevelands, Massie-
Harris, Imperials, Columbias, Ramblers—all top-note]lers—for sale and
for rent. Also a complete line of bicycle sundries. All kinds of bicycle
repairing, Gko. Chappi.k, First St.,
opposite postoffice, Grand Forks, B. C.
Klondike pool table. Only one
•m city.    Grand Forks hotel.
THE PATHFINDER MINE
COMPANY, LTD.
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS
STOCKHOLDERS who have not
paid Calls Nos. 13, 14, 15, 16,
17 and 18 are hereby notified that
such stock is now delinquent and
liable to be declared forfeited to the
Treasury, in accordance with the
Articles of Association. Interest at
the rate of 10 per cent will be
charged on all arrears.
The public is warned against purchasing stock that has been Forfeited.
Jno. Rogers, President.
Arthur O. Cochrane, Secretary.
Kodaks
.AND.
KODAK FILM
...AND...
Everybody cordially invited to
attend the pavilron dance at the
Motel Winnipeg, Grand Forks,
13. ('., on the evening of July 1st,
Dominion Day. Galliher's orchestra
of Spokane will furnish thc music.
Tickets SI.00, ladies free.
For Rent—Furnished rooms at
Miner House. Apply to G. J.
Hayward.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
thc City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c.
All Kinds of Photographic
Supplies
. AT.
WOODLAND'S
DRUG STORE.
WALL PAPER
INGRAIN and all the Latest Patterns of Paper.
The largest and most complete  stock in  the
Boundary Country. Sample Books for making selections
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.      may be taken to y°U1' residen«e-
R. F. PETRIE,
N XT   TO P. O.
GRAND FORKS.   PHONE 128 | SEE MAG |
FOR DARGAINSI
s
New and Second-Hand
Goods Bought and Sold
STOVES A SPECIALTY
| N. D. McINTOSH
$    Cor. Bridge and Second Sts.     %
Confectionery
The only plnce in town
where you can buy
GANONG'S NOTED
G. B. CHOCOLATES
McCormick's Famous
Maracaibo Chocolates
A Fine Assortment of
CHOICE    FRUITS
P ipes, Tobaccos, &c.
All Leading Brands of
Cigars.
DONALDSON'S
hone 64
Pacific Hotel
1. J. McINTOSH
Opposite C.P. R.Station,
Phone 59. < Columbia, B.C
The Evening Sun job department
is the best equipped in the Boundary for printing neat pamphlets
and price lists. Our material is
new.    A new broom sweeps clean.
The Grand Forks hotel, thc oldest
hotel in the oity, has a capacity
for. 70 people. Everything up to
date.    Rates, $1 and $1.60 per day.
Duck eggs for sale at 75 cents per
dozen at James Newby's.
Spring chickens served daily at
the Clarendon Restaurant.
Hay,
McCallum
&
Wright
Mining and   Real
Estate Dealers
k
Lots Fob Samj in All
Parts of thk Citv.
Choice Garden Lands
at Low Prices.
MONEY TO LOAN
COLUMBIA, B. C.
MEDICAL  HALL
FOR ..
PURE DRUGS
Take a Look at Our Wiudow
Display of the Latest Novelties
in Chatelaine Bags and Purses.
FIRST STM OP. POSTOFFICE
Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded.
FRASER DRUG CO,, DRUGGISTS
FRANK    MILLER
GENERAL TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
PHONK <M
Good Dry Wood Delivered to
Any Part of the City.
GRAND FORKS AND COLUMBIA.  B. C.
J
RACES!!
GREAT
AT
GRAND FORM
JULY 1-2, '03
Under the Auspices of the
$2,500
IN PRIZES
Including Hose Races and other
Athletic Events
QPPPiAl KATIIDEQ seagram handicap-iot«".ik
OILUIAL ILAIUnLO for   three-year-olds   and   upwards; cup, value $">0O, presented by J. E. Seagram, of Waterloo, Ont., with $.'1<)0 added by the Association,
GRAND FORKS DERBY—One mile; 8400.
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For Prize Lists and Catalogues Address
LLOYD A. MANLY, W. A. HARKIN,
President. Secretary. J
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ACIFIG HOTEL
MRS. NICHOLS & MISS BAILEY,
Pbopkietohs.
First-Class Board Rooms, $2
Per Day.
Special Rate by the Week.
This dining room is first-class
in every respect. Table supplied with the best to be found
in the markets.
OP. C.P.R. STATION, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
HARMONY LODGE U. J)., A. P.
ife A. M.—Regular Communica-
cation First Wednesday of each month
at 8 o'clock p. m. precisely. Sojourning Brethren cordially invited to attend. Jno. Rogers,
Jno. Westwood, W.M. Sec.
QRAND FORKS FEDERAL LA-
bor Union No. 231, A.L.U.—
Meets every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock in Federal Union hall.
Thos. Foulston, President; John T.
Lawrence, Secretary.
G. J. HAYWARD
#
H    Notary Public
&     Customs Broker
DEALER IN.
Real Estate
OFFICE IN MINER HOUSE.
Grand  Forks, B. C.
Don't forget to leave your order
for lee with F. Miller.    Phone 64.
A special 6 o'clock chicken dinner
will be served next .Sunday evening
at the Pacific hotel, opposite the C.
P. R. station.
For Rent—Miner House, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to
G. J. Hayward.
If you want nil the local news,
read The Evening Sun.
BOUNDARY MINEHNO SMELTERS
The Granby company, whose iron
supply from Phoenix, for fluxing
purposes, is somewhat limited, has
had an expert on Shamrock mountain near Fife, recently, it is reported, looking for a deposit of that
mineral.
G. M. Miller, interested in the
Amazon claim on St. Thomas mountain, in developing the claim, is
taking out free milling gold quartz
that experts, in the absence of an
assay, predict will disclose, upon
test, values from $500 to 81,000 per
ton. A nine-mile wagon haul is
necessary to land the ore at Bonanza
siding.
The Jessie F., a valuable gold
property on Norway mountian, is
about ready to begin shipping. This
claim, as is the Cascade, another
valuable property, is located near
the celebrated Bonanza mine.
G. K. Stocker and Dick Darrow
of Cascade, were up in Burnt Basin
a few days last week, and brought
out 100 lbs. of ore from the Tin Cup
claim, which will be tested for values. The property is owned by a
New York company.
Development work is progressing
at the Athelstan, the mine having
been recently unwatered.
A spur to the Oro Denoro in Summit camp, was surveyed last week
by 0 P. R. engineers.
Rails are soon to be laid to the
Brooklyn and Stemwinder mines in
Phoenix, as supppes are arriving in
that camp for the work, the roadbed
being already constructed.
Morrison mine will shortly be
tested on a somewhat extensive scale,
as theB. C. Copper Co. is calling for
tenders for hauling a quantity of
ore from that claim to the Dead-
wood spur, whence it will be shipped to the Mother Lode smelter in
Greenwood.
Fresh  Hood River Strawberries,
with whipped cream,  served daily
1 at the Clarendon Restaurant.
BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mine
1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, and for the past week:
1900
04,533
297
150
5,340
Granby Mines,Phoenix...
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Brooklyn, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood.
Sunset, Deadwood	
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit  19,494
Ii. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,250
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
KingSolomon,W. Copper	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central     2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        160
Carmi, West Fork	
Providence, Providence	
Ruby, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous     3,230
1901.
231,762
1,721
1902.
309,858
20,800
1.903.  Past
152,452
21,650
■s for
Week
3,988
2,160
'.19,034
,804
150
47,405
560
650
1,040
141,326
7,455
14,811
8,530
785
625
45,264
4,925
14,125
8.936
2,976
364
1,680
'90
550
875
665
"350
890
'"80
3,456
482
2,175
172
'325
451
Total, tons  99,730   390,000   507,515   248,133
Granby Smelter treated.,. 62,887   230,828   312,340   144,607
11,258
4,468
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orce
The Rcudy.to-Servo C'cre»l
the A-B-C
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The Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK
THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD, its assets
being $482,432,681.30, or 824,015,396 greater than those of the
next great company.
THE OLDEST COMPANY IN AMERICA, having completed
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.
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OFFICE: BIDEN BLOCK,
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
J. BURTT MORGAN,
DISTRICT
MANA6ER
The Grand Forks Investment & Trust Co., Local Agents.
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In connection with SEEDS
the name of D. M. Ferry C&
Co., is sufficient guarantee as
to quality.
Buy whilst the stock is complete.
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