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Sun.
fh-rd Year.-N6T*7*5- *0-\
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, July 22, 19C4
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Wl lie 11'
Immense Ore, Body   at   the
Franklin   Camp   Property-
Mineralized Zone Is 352 Feet
in Width—Ore of Self-
Fluxing Citracter.
Owing Ui recent rich strikes, public
attention is now beingdirected towards
Franklin camp, forty-fiVe miles northeast of this eity. A lunge of mountains divides the region from the Arrow hikes. The vast Hize of the ore
bodies, the uniform values and self-
tl axing qualities of the ores are factors which will soon attract capital
and provide railway transportation.
I >re zones 2011 feet wide are not un-
eiiiimun; and an instance of their continuity is illustrated by the fact that
claims are located along the course of
one we I defined lead for a distance of
nearly live miles. With development
this means an enormous tonnage for a
railway. Again, the average values
are nearly double those of the Boundary district. This means ores of an
average of from 89 to $ 10 per tou,
with smaller pay shoots in the zones
running from 8(0 to$50per ton. The
values are principally in copper, the
gold and silver being subsidiary.
An excellent wagon road extends
from this eity to within 15 miles of
the leading locations. It follows the
north fork of the Kettle river to a
point a short distance above the confluence of the two branches. There is
an easy grade all the way. From the
present terminus, where a government
bridge spans the east fork, a pack trail
extends to Franklin camp. This short
gap, over which supplies huve to be
transported on horseback, will soon he
replaced by a wagon road, thus affording direct communication by wagon
between Grand Forks and the camp.
Hitherto the cost of shipping in supplies by pack train has been almost
prohibitive. The next few weeks will
see the work of extending the wagon
road well under way,
Franklin camp abuts on the west
bank of the east fork and is divided
into two sections by Franklin cre.'k, a
large-sized mountain stream whose
swift running waters have worn a deep
canyon through a formation ot limestone and conglomerate. In places the
walls of the canvon arise almost vertically for hundreds of feet, presenting
a very picturesque and majestic appearance. .McKinley mountain, on
which the McKinley mine is located,
has an east and westerly course along
tho south bank of Franklin creek,
above whoso rooky channel it rears its
suiinii t to an elevation of .'1000 feet
From the main pack trail near the
river bottom a new trail ascends by
easy stages along the southerly face of
the mountain for two miles to the McKinley property, which occupies a
position about 1500 feet above the
canyon of Franklin creek. Directly
north across the creek is Banner
mountain, on whose slopes have been
staked many well known claims, including the Banner, owned by Frank
McFarlane, a pioneer hunter and trapper. While prospecting in 1896 ou a
grub stake furnished by A. .McKinley,
of Danville, Wash., the McKinley
mine was located by McFnrluuu's old
trapping partner, Jim Weleher, better
known far and wide under the sobriquet of "Dead-shot Jim." Mr. Weleher
is representative of a type of piuneers
that are fast passing away. His winters are devoted to hunting and trap-
■ ping and the summer season to a
search for gold and copper, An unerring aim tested in encounters with
grizzlies or on the still hunt for smaller game won him the title of "Dead
Shot," and many of his fellow-hunters
state that never was a name better
deserved. The discovery of the big
showing on the McKinley, itis averred,"
was only incidental to the pursuit of a
wounded bear.
Prof. R. W. Brock, of the Dominion geological survey, was the first
competent authority to lay stress on
the favorable geological conditions respecting the genesis uf ore deposits in
Franklin camp. He went over the
ground thoroughly several years ago.
His report especially noted the presence of lime and porphyry on McKinley mountain! The two minerals traverse the mountain east and west in
two parallel belts, the upper half of the
iiiiiiiutaill, consisting of "birdseye"
porphyry, From a point half way
down, or 1500 feet, lime.extends from
the slope until it gradually shades into
conglomerate at Franklin creek.
The ore on tiie McKinley claim lies
at the junction of the lime and por-
dhyry. It consists of uhalcopyrite and
iron pyrite in a lime gunge and some
quartz, covered where not exposed by
erosion, by-heavy "wash" i.r by au
oxidized iron cap fj>*iu cue to four
feet in thickness. Here and there a
thin capping of porphyry is sometimes
found above the ore bo.ly. The most
extensive showing is visible ahout the
centre of the claim in a deep ravine or
draw which has been worn out by
McKinley creek iu the courscof countless ages. The ravine extends from
Franklin creek almost to the summit
of the mountain. Here and there its
sides rise almost vertically for hundreds of feet; again they slope gently
cast and west for tar greater distances, giving the ravine the appearance of a deep trough whose bottom is
from fifteen to twecnty feet wide.
From the licit of porphyry forming tne
upper half of the mountain, boulders
have been detached and ore found
scattered along the lied of the creek
for almost it* entire length. A noteworthy feature is the complete absence of diorite.
The general trend of the ore zone is
northeast and southwest, extending
across and almost at right angles to
the ravine. The hang.ng wall lies
against a contact of porphyry, but the
footwall farther down tile ravine has
not yet been definitely determined.
On the hanging wall side the dip of
the. ore, judging Irom the exposure in
the working, seems to be south at an
angle of 'i'i degrees from the vertical.
In former years the assessment work
was mostly done near the hanging
wall. It consisted of surface strip-
\ ing and a few holes sunk through tile
iron cap. Farly this spring advantage
was taken of the high water in the
creek to try the experiment of ground
sluicing. McKinley was dammed and
the miners diverted the water at will
across the ore zone in the ravine. By
this inexpensive method the first inkling of the magnitude and richness ofthe ore body was gained. About the
middle of May Geo. A. McLeod, of
this city, acquired a bond on the property and started four men to work under the direction of A. D. MoPheeof
this city. The work accomplished
thus far is the lirst serious attempt tu
open up the ore body. Mr. McLeod
was fortunate in securing the services
of Mr. MePheo, whose practical experience in all the lending western
milling camps covers a period of thirty
years. The work thus far has been
very intelligently directed. Tin: Sun
representative recently visited the.Me-
Kiliicv and other claims uu McKinley
mountain. He has no hesitation in
stating that the McKinley, owing to
its well defined trend and width be-
between ideal formations, the average
high grade character of its self-fluxing
ore, and the enormous richness uf portions of the ore zone, gives every
promise of making the largest and
richest mine in British Columbia! The
figures in respect to the various workings are from personal measurements
made with a tape line by your correspondent. Large as sonic of them
seem, they are nevertheless absolutely
true aud accurate.
The width of tbe ore zone from the
hanging wall diagonally across to the
footwall side is a trifle over oo2 feet.
This represents the distance from the
lowest open cut on the east side of the
gulch, where rich cludcopyriteore has
has been exposed, to thc big showing
Continued on Second l'agc.
Body of a Supposed Suicide
Found Near G.N. Trestle
Last Night.
Letter Addressed to Andrew
Swanson Only Clue of
Identity.
Two strangers, while roaming
through the brush near the Great
Northern trestle lust night about
dusk, suddenly came across the remains of a maii in an advanced state
of decomposition, iThc authorities
were immediately notified, and the
body was brought to this city about
midnight. By thc side of the body-
was found an open razor and a
strychnine bottle. The remains tire
so badly decomposed and eaten hy
insects, however, that it is impossible
to tell whether the flesh has been cut
with a sharp instrument or not. The
only clue to thc man's identity is a
letter found iu his clothing. It is
written in Swedish, bears a Spokane
date, and is addressed to Andrew
Swanson, and this is supposed to
have been mini's rune. A coroner's
inquest will be held over the remains this afternoon. The evidences
of suicide appear to be so conclusive
that it is thought a post-mortem examination will be unnecessary.
Since the above was written the
body has been identified by tho Great
Northern hospital physician as thc
remains of Albert Swanson, who wns
lately employed iu a construction
camp on the Phoenix branch.
II. K. Macdonell, general agent of
the Kootenay lines of the ('. I'. I:.,
was in the city last Tuesday, and
left the following dayjor the Sitnil-
kamccn und Okanagan districts for
the purpose of making a reconnaissance for his company, From Midway be will make a horseback   tour
oltl ountry to tho west as fat as
Hope, lie will visit Hedley and
other camps. The tour of Mr. Macdonell will last for about eleven days
and be will conic out by way ot
Hope on the main liue. (In bis report will largely depend the action
which thoC. I' ll. will take in re
gurd tu extending it- tracks into
that section.
A. .1. Colquhoou, analytical chemist and mining expert, is in the city,
and may decide tu locate here during  the  summer.     Mr. Colqul II
owns n line fruit ranch near Kamloops. lie is also interested in a
promising quicksilver mine in that
locality.
Freight Conductor Crosble, of the
C. P. R., was seriously injured lust
Tuesday afternoon. In "crawling"
from the rear end to the engine,
while the train was going around a
rock cut at Fisherman creek, he was
thrown off. When picked up was
unconscious. He was brought to
the Pacific hotel in this city, where
bis wounds were dressed by Dr,
Northrop. It was found tbat he
bad sustained a number of nasty *
cuts about the head, a broken wrist,
two ribs and a knee-cap broken, antl I
otherwise cut and bruised. He was
sent to thc general hospital in Nelson on the following day.
The magnificent 840graphophonc,
raffled by VV. II. Itter this week,
was won on a 1 cent ticket by \V. F.
Stuart. Mr. Itter has a number of
the latest and most improved 'phones
on blind.
Baseball Punch at "The Club,"
First street, next Sunday.
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. ('., of the Grand
Forks mining division, from July
13th to 20th, inclusive:;
TRANSFERS,
Power of attorney re Hillside,
Mike Shick to C. D. C. Rogers.
Hillside (i), McRae creek, Mike
Shick to James Clapperton.
Release of mortgage re Lottie, Addie, Early Bird, Humming Bird,
Snow Bird, Black Bird and Mocking
Bird mineral claims, Paulsen Bros.
to F. Lange and II  Hansen.
A Corps of Engineers Will Be
Put Into the Field Next
Monday.
The Road Will Tap a Rich
Mining Region, Including
Franklin Camp.
The most important local event
of the current week was the announcement Wednesday evening
thut the Kettle Valley Railway company would put a corps of engineers
in the field at once.
On Wednesday W. II. Warrington, general superintendent of tbe
Kettle Valley lines, received instructions from the head office at
Toronto to organize an engineering
party with the object of undertaking
a survey of the proposed extension
of the road up the North Fork.
'■ Steps were immediately taken to
, carry out these instructions, and tho
surveyors will go into the field  next
'■KliTIIC.VI'HSOK WORK.
Wren, Summit camp, Huron etal. j Mondt.y.
North   Seattle   Fraction,   Seattle     The   projected   road will  afford
camp, K. Clark and Chas. Hay. transportation   facilities   to  a   rich
Tennessee, Wellington  camp,   GJrnining   region,   including Franklin
F. Raulston. ,      ,,   ,.    . .,
,,. ,,. camp, where the big-strike was   re-
Icnnessee   Fraction,    Wellington i
can,,., G. F. Raulston, t*",l*v nmde on fioMoKinloy claim.
Lancaster,   Wellington  camp, D.      A subsidy of $6400 a  mile   has
I). McLaren. \ been voted the proposed road by the
Bryan, McKinl"}' camp, Leonard
Vaughan;survey.
Pinto, Gloucester camp, .lames
Newby; survey.
Copper (Jueen, Goat mountain, II.
C. Kerman.
C. P. K., Franklin camp, J. W.
Shaw et al.
Florence, Franklin camp, Archie
Chisho]m.
Nakusp,   Franklin camp,   Archie
Chisholm.
Boston, Franklin camp, Chisholm
etal.
Me.-senger, Baker creek, Beach
et al.
OrangeGrovo, Brown's camp, Par-
sous et al.
Robinson, Brown's camp, Parsons
etal.
Comart, Burnt Basin, Kerr el  a],
ItKCOItt) OP LOCATIONS.
Golden, Wellington emnp. Win.
N. Dunn.
Dominion government for the lirst
fifty miles.
The Kettle Valley company bas a
chillier authorizing it to extend from
this city to Vernon and the Nicola
coal fields aud Spenee's Bridge, via
Franklin camp and Fire valley. Itis
probable that the remainder of the
line will be built after the completion of the   Franklin camp section.
Mr. Warrington will have charge
ol the survey.
An ice cream feast will be given
by Mrs. Robertson und Mrs. Gaw at
the manse lawn on Monday next.
July 25th, during the whole evening from ' o'clock. There will also
he on exhibition 180 mounted cartoons, which will be sold at a nominal figure. These cartoons u.v the
work of the famous cartoonist,
Pittsburg, relocation uf Pittsburg, I Prank Heard,and lam been selected
J.S. Shannon. from those  that have appeared in
Lilly K.,   Brown's camp,   reloca-J the   Ham's   Horn   dui ing   Ihe   past
tion of Tennis, Max Kinitz, year.   As tho proceeds are for  the
Tenins. relocation of Lilly K., Jeff benefit of Knox church, Mesdames
Davis. j Robertson and Gaw   most   cordially
Mcrryiuaek,  Summit camp. Patl invito all who love ieo cream   and
Collins and .las. A. McMaster. !good cartoons.
Arabella,   Pass  creek,   D. It. Mc-   „
Ellmon ■''"'"    lu'irand Forks. July   11,
Castle Butte, Hardy  unlain, <\1 W-l. lu Mr. ami  Mrs.   .1.   Hcisteror,
A. S, Atwood. | a son.
Anthony, Franklin  camp, James 	
McDonald. - !   The Republic'baseball club will
Alexandria, Frank in camp,   Jas.     ,     ,,    ,,       , .,   , , ,
.,  i,      ,, ' pluv the Grand folks team a match
McDonald. I
Buffalo,   Franklin  camp,   JamesjK;11"1' ilt   tlll:  athletic  park in this
McDonald,
Joseph, Franklin camp. Alex McDonald.
Morrcil, McKinley camp, Sulva-
torc Bonacci.
Rossland. Wellington camp, relocation of Nettie F., J. S. ('. Fraser.
Pinisey Fraction, Franklin camp,
B, W. Garrison.
city Sunday afternoon. The Republic boys will arrive on the Groat
Northern, and the game is to be
called at 1 o'eluek.
Miss Lily Taylor returned last
Wednesday from a four days' visit
to Spokane. T
(Hit? -Efmttng g>mt
PU1I.IS1IKI) EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
1VKNINQS AT ORAND FORKS, 11.0., BY
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES:
One year....$2.01) \ Three months.  ,50
Six months „ 1,00 \ Our mouth 20
Advertising rales furnished on application.
Legal nolim, 10 and 5 t'l«. per line.
Address all communications tq
The Kvkxini: Sun,
Phone 56. orand forks, b;o.
VLBYMINK
FRIDAY, .ILLY 22, 19(14
SUNSET   SAUNTERINGS
One of Tiik Sun's printers is of a
very optimistic nature. In the article in last Tuesday's issue recording
the application for incorporation of
tho McKinley Mining Co., Ltd.. the
editor intended to state that the
capital stuck had been placed at
$1,000,000. The typo though! this
was too low and added two more
ciphers. The proofreader failed to
detect the error. There is no doubt
that the McKinley will soon be able
to pay dividends on 8100,000,000,
but the incorporators did not deem
it wise to capitalize thc property at
so high a figure.
A big blast on the Great. Northern
Phoenix branch near Coryell's last
Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock seriously interfered with the Boundary's leading industry for n Few
hours. The poles and wires of both
Ihe telephone and Cascade Powc
companies were torn down, and the
Granby nnd Greenwood smelters
were forced to suspend operations
for a short time, as were also the
mines at Phoenix. The damage was
repaired as soon as possible, how
ever, and after a close-down of two
or.three hours the wheels of indtts
trv were set in motion once more.
Aii important strike was made on
the Hesperus group, on Hardy
mountain, west of this city, this
week. Harry Shaffer, while engaged in doing development work,
uncovered a lend M0 feet wide. The
ore appears to be of au excellent
quality, and it is expected that
values wil! run between 81-and J15
to the tun. Tbe strike was made in
thc middle of the Hesperus claim.
Fred Kennedy, local freight clerk
at the C. P. II. station, left last
Monday for Winnipeg, where he will
spend a six weeks' vacation.
Sloggy ,t Donald,  proprietors o[
the Pacilic hotel,gave a dance in their
spacious dining room last night. A
large number of people were present,
aud all report having had an excellent lime.
IC.  Spraggett,  superintendent  uf
roads for this district, has been con-
li 1 to his  home during   the   past
week with a serious attack of illness.
EVERY CHILD'S HEALTH DEMAND!,
The use uf a laxative occasionally,
For a mild, safe and certain relief use
Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and
Butternut. Specially suited for children. Let v* nir children use onlv Dr.
Hamilton's Pills, Price 25o. II. F.
Woodland, druggist.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop un Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c.
The very best smokers iu town lit
Donaldson's. Large range from which
to choose.    Get our prices by the box.
Baths 25 cents at the Yale  Barber
Shop.
Webbs' chocolates galoro nl   Donaldson's, in bulk und in  fancy boxes,
Concluded From First Pa;/,:
alongside the hanging wall. At frequent intervals between these two
point**-1In1 same characteristic ore has
bi'eii uncovered, proving almost absolutely that the ore body is continuous
for a width of 352 feet. And there
arc good indications that the real
width may lie greater, as there is no
contact at tin1 lowest working, the
lime Outcrop supposed to be the footwall occurring iu places at a point 50
feet farther down the ravine.
The upper ore body, alongside the
hanging wall, and occurring at the
bottom and sides ot* the ravine, has
been uncovered in places along the
course of the zone for distances varying from 10 to 00 feet, und across the
ore zone for a distance of G'2 feet. The
ore, so far as it lias been exposed, is
continuous. On the ore dump arc at
least 200 tons of self-lluxihg ore, giving an average "value of Si I per ton,
the copper running from .'H to -I per
cent. Gold and silver-constitute the
subs.diary values. Through this ore
body runs rich shoots of chalcopyrite
from live to six feet wide. In any
camp this shoot alone would make this
property valuable. It averages :12/
copper, Sli.oU gold and (i oz. silver per
ton.
Into the lower portion of the main
ore body Mr. McPhee has driven an
open cut 'lb teet long and witli u width
varying from 1 ] to ill feet and a
depth of 7 feet. This cut is all in
ore, and will form tho nucleus of a
''glory hole." The values already indicate an improvement at depth. Assays from the cut average from 4 to
\ 6-10 per cent copper, with $1 to$1.50
per ton in gold and silver. The main
open cut whs stalled in a heavy
' wash, which extends up both sides
of the ravine. In some places this
"wash" attained a depth of 20 feet before the miners struck the capping or
the oxidized ore.
About M0 feet below the "glory
hole" a tunnel, now in 12 feet, is being
di'iVen into the east side of the ravine
for the purpose of cross-cutting and
further demonstrating thc ore body.
Above the portal of the tnunel live or
six feet of oxidized oris were encountered. The face is now in lime and
iron, similar to the capping over the
main open cut, indicating good pms-
pects of striking pay ore at an early
date.    The tunnel is well timbered.
' Directly southeast and 12C feet
above the tunnel, on the slope of the
ravine, an open cut I- feet long is iu
solid chalcopyrite ore averaging nearly
6 per cent copper and $1,50
gold and silver per ton, This work
ing is nearly 200 feet east uml ISO feet
above tiie big showing in the ravine,
furnishing convincing proof of the
trend of the ore zone.
The open cut previously referred to
as being located near the footwall, or
■'t-i'J feel diagonally across the ore body
from the big open cut at the hanging
wall, was started less than two weeks
ago. Its prooise location is about 25
feet east and above tlu- lied of the
gulch. After removing tin1 ".wash"
and capping solid chaleopyriterunning
about 21) copper was encountered.
The working on tiie sidehill, 14 feet
long und i) feet wide, is nil iu ore of
this description, and every shot augments the fast-growing Ore dump.
The potential tonnage of the McKinley is simply enormous. Visitors
are impressed with the magiiitilde of
the ore body, its sclf-lluxing qualities,
high viil-jies ami tin1 economy with
which mining operations can be conducted. Two plans of development huve
been suggested. One provides for extracting the ore by means of a series of
open cuts in terraces and also by drifting along the ore body front both sides
of the ravine, thus attaining depth und
providing vast sloping ground. The
other plan, which is certain to be
adopted at a later period, provides foi"
driving u 1500-foot tunnel from
Franklin creek, cross-cutting the ore
aone at a depth of 1500 feet, thu.s
gaining foot for foot.
In this way, by making upraises,
the cost of mining would be greatly
reduced, as, the ore would fall by gravity to ore bins in the tunnel, whence
cars could convey it to the smelter.
.Making provision for thefutuiv,.\lr.
McLeod has already bonded the Hanna and Minister, the two claims which
extend below the -McKinley down the
mountain side to Franklin creek, lie
has also acquired all the water rights
on McKinley and Franklin creeks. It
is probable that for (he present ;i system of surface quarrying, "glory holing" ahd short tunnels will be adopted
owing to the enormous tonnage  available for   many  years  that eould be
mined that way.    This would involve
the building of u tram to connect with
u railway spur extended from the valley two miles up Franklin creek gulch.
Tom Dorian, a veteran prospector of
Danville, Wash., has on behalf of Mr.
McLeod,    located   a   smelter site in a
brood Hut in the valley of thc eust fork
near   the   mouth   of   Franklin creek.
Neither project presents any serious
engineering difficulties. It is estimated
that three machine drills working on
the   surface   of the   McKinley could
breakdown 150 tons of ore per   day.
With additional si ripping of the ore
body and a series of short tunnels this
tonnage   could   be   largely increased
within a few months.     As a  mining
proposition   the   McKinley   presents
advantages that are possessed by few
properties.      It.   II.   Hutchens,   ex-
superintendeut   of the  Mother I-ode
mine and foreman in the early days of
the Le lloi mine, was a recent  visitor
to  Franklin   camp.    "In   my mining
experience   of   35   years," suid  he to
your correspondent,   "I   have   never
seen   a   proposition which equals the
McKinley.    J am impressed with the
formation, the well define;!  and  enormous size of the lead, the high   values
and   the  self-fluxing qualities of the
ore.    The   McKinley   will   make   u
greater mine than the  Le  Etoi, and is
worth   a   dozen  properties   like   the
biggest low-grade producers in   Phoenix und Deadwood ramps.''   .So  much
for Ihe opinion of a conservative mining man.    There is no  doubt that   a
very large tonnage, running from 150
to oOO tons per day, can boinaintained
from   the outset  provided a sufficient
number of machine drills areiftstalled.
Mr.    McLeod,     whose    enterprise
promises to be  handsomely   rewarded.
lias also secured a bond on the Superior
and Last Chance claims, adjoining the
McKinley on the southwest and northeast, respectively.    There is good reason to believe that the  McKinley ore
body   traverses   these  properties und
thi' Majestic claim, adjoining the Last
Chance,    The   same "hloss< in,"   with
here and there a capping bf norj hyry,
ran be traced across these claims, corresponding to the course  of   the   ore
zone   as   exposed   on the   McKinley,
More   definite proof was afforded last
week, when   Mr. Donan  started   un
open   out    in   a gulch parallel to but
22-10 feet  east of the big showing on
the McKinley.   I lis Surface indications
were excellent.     In two   days  he got
through   the "wash" and came   into
lime and iron, which formed the same
capping on the McKinley.    Scattered
through the gangue are  small   specks
of copper, und pay ore will probably be
eneounti r *d a few feet beneath.    The
Majestic ou the north has the same big
surface showing.
Granby Hotel
MostConvhniknt-
i.y Loomed Hotel
in the City. . . .
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miner's
Studio Opposite Sun Office,
Winnipeg Avenue.
Developing and Printing for An
*Q!*J   SAUli
GOOD DRY
IXfri  OTHIMfi   "   wonld bu advisable to call and see
I1--1  VyH1 I I lll-NU  W|,nl, „,, are doing|    x„  tl,oub,e  to
show goods.    For Quality, Fit and Price  in  Customs Tailoring  vou
cannot do better.    I also have an agency for one' of the best  Eastern
Houses, ami if their  is any
way of getting lit by sending
away for a Suit of Clothes, 1
can get it for you, as 3 thoroughly  understand taking  measurement*.
SUITS FROM SI5 UP
lily  understand taking  measurements,
/~S Csf~4 C PI    A   C   CIC HH1IK-.K STUKKT.
UCU.   C.  I lAOiTMC, Grand    Forks.
RBurns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL  KINDS OF
FRESH CBb CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Delivered to any (M rfl 0, 0.   1>
part of the city    i*TiDU per Cord,
Send iu your orders
in advance, as we nre
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P, 0
TRANSFER OF SALOON LICENSE,
To tlio Hoard of Licensing Commissioners
In nml fur ilui City oKlnoiil Forks.
NOTICE is hereby  uiven that the under-
sin I will, at tlio imxt meeting nr tlio
lliianl of   I.i n-lnu Cnmm wlmiors III nml
for tl,.. citv of Grant! Forks, »»nly 'or n
transfer i.f the Saloon LlooiiM granted In
respect of tlio Province Hotel, Grand Forks,
from myself, the uudorsli-'iinil, to lloihoit
Hamlin,  nf Grand   Pork"   iiforeranl
Dated at (irainl Porks, u.i.„ tho nth Jmio,
"""■ H. A. HENDERSON.
HONEY SAVED
I'.V BUYING VDI'll SUPPLIES FROSI
J. H. HODSON
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES MOOTS
AND SHOES AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS always on hand.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
PHONE 30
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Harness Shop
We have opened up in the
HARNESS AND SADDLERY business
• OPPOSITE THE QUEENS HOTEL
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our Stock is the most
complete in the Boundary district, and is bein<; constantly
added to by the arrival of new (roods from the east.   •
Frechette ®,  Hallberg
GRAND FORKS, li. C. CS CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Piling, Gun Repairing, Mnim-
facturor of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside    Avenue,
Opposite, J. W. 'olios' Furniture Slum.
WATCH REPAIRING
Regelating and Adjusting a
Specialty,   Good work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler nnd Optician i
OKAND   POHK, H, C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINETS
CIGAR STORE,
CALL IN
And get measured  for a swell
Spring Suit
We huve all the latest styles and
••an guaranteo vou satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere,
W.  H. DINSMORE,
MBllCIIAHTTJUt-OH,
QRANP FORKS, B. C
Dr. FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College,
Ofli iver Hunter-
Phone ii.            Kendriekt'o.'s.Stiire.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Curry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
\VlIY SO EAST
Over the stiii-liumeil, sage brush
and nlltiili  plains, when  you  may
jusl ns well ink leliehtful, eonl
nml comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view oi the grandest scenery mi th"
American continent?
This you can rlo by traveling on,
the [>'in Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line nf the World,"
the onlv transcontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, Glen-
wood Springs, Leiiilville. Colorado
Springs nnd Denver enroute to ensl-
ern points.
Three daily express Indus make
IT'S WHEN YOU HAVE TOOTHACHE
Thnt the power of Nerviline quickly
makes itself felt.    Any aching  toot
can lie relieved by Nerviline in a  few
mo ts by lilling the cavity with halting soaked in Nerviline. , A goml plan
is in rub the gum with Nerviline also.
There isn't, a single  remedy that  hns
one fourth tho pain-relieving power of I
Nerviline, which acts like magic, Net- |
viline kills tiie pain outright nml   pre- If,
vents   il  from returning,     foil can't IISJ
beat Nerviline for toothache or   i
ralgia; it's the best pain cure.    Cri- ■ ■
25c.   li. E. Woodland, druggist,
Baseball  Punch' at "The Club,"
First .sireet, next Sunday.
In order toaecoihmodnte thc prospective nominees for the queen of
ihe ("irniviil from outside towns, the
board of directors have decided In
extend the time for the commencement of the voting until Monday,
the 25th inst., when thc actual voting will positively commence, and
will lie continued until Monday,
August lid, when tbe polls will he
closed. In the meantime! nominations will be received up to Monday, -Inly 25th. The directors will
donate mi theday of election a purse
of §250 in gold to the queen; also
prizes aggregating-8200 for ihe rock
drilling contest, and also 8150 for
four consecutive balloon ascensions
by I'liif. John Huskey. Tickets for!
the queen voting contest will he on j
sale ai Woodland's drug store,   IV
/
m
During the Race Meet at      GO
Grand Forks, B. C. ^
IS
eluding free reclining chair ears.
standard nnd tourist sleepers, n perfect dining car service, and also
personally conducted excursion cars,
each in churgenl' n competent guide,
whose business is to look after thc
comfort of bis guests. No more
'pleasant Und inexpensive means of
crossing the continent can be found
than is prowled by these excursions, i
For additional details address J,
1). Mansfield, Gen. Agt.. RioGrande
Lines, No. 121 Third Street, Portland, Die.
THE   MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for tin1 Chicago,
| .Milwaukee it St. Paul liailwuv known
jail over the Union as the great' rail
Ix r-**v ]VT<**'¥^ f t^_"»-'•*" If "^ j vv".v running tho "Pioneer Limited"
J Jq^ { \ X 1 v"") X trains every day and night betweon St.
Paul and Chicago- and Omaha and
Chcago, "Tlu* onlv perfect (rains in
the world." Understand; Connections are mad.1) witli Al! Transconti
nental Lines, assuring tu passengers
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled hy no other line.
Sec that your ticket reads via "Thc
Milwaukee" when k'nini.' to any point
in tiie United Slates or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
It. L FoilD,, U.S. Row!-;,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Ore.
>se connections with all trains cast I trio's  and   IU-t's   bookstores   and
and west, ami afford n choice ol' fivi : Donahlson's Fruit store.
distinct routes of travel. The equip- 	
nieiit of these trains is the hest, in-'     Heavy teaming oE all  kinds done'
DR. MA'DONALD
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dontal Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Mejraw Block.
Phnin
(Irand Forks, B.C.
Pacific Hotel
.1..I, McINTOSH
Opposite C.P. li. Station,
Cnliimliii,  II. t:
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINE   LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICK   AND   IRONED   HV
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NtXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX   PKI.SIIYTHIUAN   OHUROH, Orotnl
Forts   .1.    It.   RnllorU     H.A.,    im.in,
SiMViii-si-vci v SiiiiiIiiv i,t II ii.ln. aril Tilln |i.
01.18 Iiirsi'liiinl nml 1111,1,. I'liun, a li.ui.:
Westmifister Guild of (1.   K., Toestllty, S
pIrSTMETHODISTCHUUOH- Corner Muln
nml (millets.   ,1. F. Hi-Its, luiKtur. Servioes
every Sltmluy nt 11 a.m. mul   7.S0 |).	
class liii-.' at uIomo nl  morning sflrvlooi
SiiiiiIiiv sellool mill Billie olassot I p. III.:
prayer mootlnir every Thllrsiloy avmiiiu
atSo'olock. The publio Ib aardinll* Invltecl,
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH (Clilltoli "I KuB-
llinil), Orilliil  Forks, H -,v Steele, vl'-nr-
lliil.vf I si,.in. onint- prayer
anil sermon, 11 a. m. I Souilay sohool, 3 i.m.|
cordially Invited.
l,v .1. W, Jones.
The question: What will  we hnvel
for   tlessert?   Tin-   answer:   Cull   up.
Donaldson nml get some   llnz-lv, il
ice cream.    Phone li-i.
"You'ro next" ut the Yule Barber
SI,,,,,.
MIVIvltAI. ACT.
CERTIrlCATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTIIT.
PK£R Mineral rlulm, situate in Hip Orand
Forks Mining; Division of Vnlc District.
Where looateul   In Biii-nt Rasla.
TAkBNOTlOR tbat I. Keaoeth L.   Burnet,   .,,   ,.
1    of Itiisslnod, U. C. nieot for Robert   B,   "V'-i*!
Crawford, 1'reo Miner's L'enilli-ntnN,,. ri:,;:i.':   ifri
Fred   Laupte, FreB M ■', iVrtill,.,,,,.  Nn.   LIJ
B716S2, and John Shaw, Free Minor's Cerllfi.   tWSir*",
enti, ..... 1:801117,Intend, slxtv .l„,-» f,-,,,,, ,i„.   iW.»iB
■late llerei,r, tn apply In tlio Minim, ll irdei
I'm-:, Cortllicn f  Improvement*,for tin'
purpose nf iibtalllfoff n ' ruiiii '.iiiint nf   il.i
nIn vi'i-lnlni.
Ami fo,thertakenotloothat notion, under  „,
Seotion 87 ,  me;  before the   -A
Issuance n'silehCertlllrate of [mnrnven ,-.   f*»
Unted this twelfth layof July, A.D 1001.        •*
KliNM-.TH I. IH-lt.NET, i>.i„s.   , ?
(INCLUSIVE)
The most novel attraction ever lield in tlu* Boundary
Country. Four days of general entertainment and merrymaking, in which tlio whole Boundary country is cordially invited to participate. An interesting feature of the Carnival
will be tlu- coronation of the Queen, who will he elected by
popular vote. Candidates are entered from Llossland, Nelson,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Republic] Northport and Grand Forks
and a closearid spirited contest is looked foi*. Another feature will he the Orand Midway Plaisance, which will he
stocked with novelties of every description. There will also -.,
he a rock drilling contest foi1 a valuable prize, in which thc
hest teams in the surrounding country will meet in compett- $$&
tion. The Gala Attraction will he Mardi-Gras night; when
everyone is invited to mask from 7 to 11:30 p.m. For (&£
further particulars see posters. There will he SI'KCIAI
HATES ON ALL RAILWAYS during Carnival Week.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Aid. Feeney       P. Donaldson
Geo. Urlin J. Temple
R. F. Petrie       J. M. Ross
M. White John Leamy
C. Buhler
-1
s
Grand Porks, R.O., May :«,. IIW.
'I'.i tin- Ronrd nf License Commlsnloners nf 4     TTITTT   T        T   TTVTT"* 1}
tliefltyofOrai ris: rA      hill,I, .    NR      °f
MPTICK ISIIKHKIIVUIVKN that   I   inli-ii.l   t-7*     X    *-" -1-'-1-'      i-'J.'.NJ-t      g*
IN to apply ul il,, M mentlnii nl tliellmml
nf I.ln-iiM- rninmlssloaers far the Oity nf
lirionl Forks ni wnloli tin- npplleutl an be
',.-i,i,l for no lintel l.leense In rosuect nl tlm
premises known ns ,1m Bugle Hotel, situate
mi I.nl N her Poor 41, lllnck Nin,,,..,,- lino
|,|. oeoordlnir to Ileirlsterod  I'lmi Number
Tl.ii-,.v.flvi.(3.'i|.
Di.tml tlilsWlllidayiir Mnv. Uml.
MARGAftlST IIAVKItTY.    I
gliAXI)  FORKS  FEDERAL  I..V
l,.„-   Union  No.  281, A.L.U.—
M--I-N    ovoi'y    Wednesday    evening
ut 8 o'clock ii.   Federal   Union   hall. |
Dan Kelly, Pick.
•Ia-. A. Haiiiiis, 8e„.
IllillT i SPENCE
Burrlsitersi, bsolloltorH,
NotcirleH, ICto.
Hid,.,, Block, Comer »' Ipea Avenue nml
Fii-i Street,
OKAND FOLK". II. ('.
Drugs, Patent Medicines
and Dru£ Sundries.
Rubber Sundries a Specialty.
/}*.„..,. is I All I'll Orders Promptly 1      .,.   , .   .
Phone 35 t utended to       ' f    Night Service
Rrid-je and T     "J\/T     DAQQ    Dru^ist
Second Streets     J.    1VJL.    XVVyOO    and Chemist
7.
m
ii
IS WORTH $27.50
When  an Accident 1-
appci is.
$27,50 invested in the "Aaovuvhkrms" Polioy Issued by tho CANADIAN CASUALTY AND BOILER l\-
SURAJfCE COM PANY, of Toronto, inny be worth $|5,000 to you when an aooident happens. Everybody ailioiis
that it is the best ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY on the market.
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY is to meet with an accident in order to receivl th Vsl, under (his policy.
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETE McCALLUM, »££rA	
Call on him, ami have your sisters, courins, wives and aunts „n,l all their friends cull, and ask to see
SICKNESS POLIOY, covering 30 diseases, which is undoubtedly the most UP-TO-DATE sickness policy
public,    DO JT NOW.    No medical examination required.    Every man and woman should have one.
Authorized capital. $1,000,000; subscribed capital. $800,000.    Boiler Inspection,  Boiler  Insurance,
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator Insurance.   Consulting Engineers.    It will pay you to
impolicy on your boiler1 and consult us free of charge on all matters pertaining to steam tisa-^i-.    I lur r'ngi
visory .Department can save our policy holders many times their premiums by the service rendered  thorn,
of regu ui- inspection is the greatest safeguard against boiler explosion,..    All our inspectors are responsible
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    -
P. T. McCALLUM, GRAND FORKS AGENT,
Head Office
NION HOTE1. ANDMUSICHALL
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
in ouch town to tuko ordors fur our new High Gratia
Guaranteed Bioydleu,
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete $8.75
*■** Cossack," Cuaraiuwil DHh Grade $10.75
"Siberian,"
A lli'iuity
$12.75
"Noudorf/'      Hoad Racer      $14,75
no better bicycle at any price*
Any oflar mukc or mod&l you want at oiu.-third
vhiiiiI price. Choice of any Btandard tires and best
equipment ou all our bicycles*  (strongest guarantee
Wo-SW/P ON APPROVAL C. o.'lu to am on*-
without a c.ht deposit and allow IO DAYS FRET
TRIAL before purchase is binding;
500 S&oonn Hand Wheels <» Q ,  ( 0
tiiki'iilnlniilu hy iiur Clilcniro rcinll stun-;. Ui%3 •• VW
nil makes and moaelflt ffooa asnow  ~
MllflT DIIV S ■'•''J'*',° >'""■ Von Imvr writ) n fnr ■
NUI   BUI   FAClUtiV PHICtS AMMIIII.  I1 Ml. hlli:
Iires," (iui|jfNtnl, suntlries and sixirlhiL' *r I-i of nil l.iml*., nt liulf rn-nlar ttrlf..
In our big free sundry calalog. (,,.,■, in-, uwuriduf useful in fonna'h-ti. Write f'ffjt.
J. L MEAD 0Y0LE CO., Chicago, ill. C;
W.KX.MANLY
Shelf and Heavy Hadware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings =
PHONE 6
I PHO,
lirst consignment ot a  -p. . i /-* i
andup,to-datestookof  DOOtS 3ttd SllOeS
Just Received.
BRIDGE STREET
WE LIVE TO EAT
AND EAT TO LIVE
Is un old axiom, but in order to live
we must get the best to eat.
TRY OilR lender Steaks, Juicy Cutlets, Chops, Etc.
I III  UUR pjSk anci Game in Season.
Union cTHeat Company
Phone   14
Head Office at Greenwood, B. C.    Mahkf.ts at Greenwood, R. 0.
Phoenix, B. C, Grand Forks, B. C, and McLeod, Alta,
lpr*-a^i
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for   WOO, 1901. 1903,
1903, 1901. nnd for thc past week:
1000       1901.       1002.       100,1        1004.   Vast Week
8,400
. 2.660
Granby Mines,Phoenix  64,588   231,762   809,858   898,181   300,490
Snowshoe, Phoenix       297       1,721     20,800    74,212
Mother Ii ode, Deadwood    5,840    99,034   141,320   138,079     96,284
Sunset. Deadwood ....
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit  19,494
Emma, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Brey Fogle, Summit Camp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,260
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, LongLako        100
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. 1'. and Goldfinch	
M iscellanei >us    8,380
Total,   tons   99,730
Graiibv Smelter treated   62.387
804
150
47,405
850
1,040
550
665
350
7,455
15,731
3,339
14,811
19,866
8,530
22,937
303
Cii-,3
1,750
15,537
1.-1,800
222
785
2,435
851
025
• 1
6,646
2,908
482
2,175
219
993
lilli
400
286
1 107
201
325
7,0
ioo
',90,000   507,515   084,420   431,073
!30;828   312,340   401,921    322.1121
11,830
8.210
The "Club"
■    OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE,
First Street.
Highest Grade Imported
Ports, Cherries, Bvhciun-
dies, Etc.
JOE   THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and SofaB just arrived. Call nnd inspect them.
Also a stock of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to be sold
nt greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas,
Riverside Avenue
Grand  Forks
N. D. McINTOSH
[•HIST   BTRIfiBT, <.;i**vNl>   PORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware and Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rock Prices. Largest Variety of
Goods in the City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Boughl ,111,1 Sold.   Call nnd Inspect My Goods.   A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stuck.
STOVES A SPECIALTY, SEE MAC FOR BNRGA1NS
LAWN
A
feu, SEEDS
The ecret of Good Crops is to Secure Good
Seeds, All Our Seeds are Fresh and Warranted to be of the Highest Quality,
N. McLELLAN  &   CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to    *
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
EVERY WOMAN IN POOR HEALTH
Has an awful struggle.    Lots to do, jf^
all kinds of worry, must contend witli I
loss of sleep, poor appetite anc| tired
nerves.    Her only desire is for  tnoret
strength nnd  better health.    This is
exaotly w^hat comes from using  Ferro-
?one, the greatest tonic sickly   women '
can   possibly use.    Ferrozone   makes
the   blood   tingle and grow red, tin-'
cheeks grow rosy, the eyes bright. Ferrozone invigorates the body,   develops
new strength nnd makes life worth living, Ferrozone is tho sort of tonic that
builds   up,   it  gives one it reserve of
nerve force and establishes such healthy —-■ ™
conditions that sickness is unknown. ^Ij
Let every woman use Ferrozone. Price |m2*0
3BEB3
ffa THE   TORONTO £(l
I DAILY NEWsl
I SI
Mining Stock Quotations     ffi   QRAND    FORKS   SUN   MS
50c. li. E; Woodland, drumriat
American Boy	
Ben-llur .'	
Block Tail	
Canadian Cold Fields
Cariboc|(MoK.)ex-div,
Centre Star 	
Denoro .Mines	
Fairview	
Fisher Maiden	
Giant	
{iranby Consolidated.$
Morning Glory	
.Mountain  Lion	
North Star(E, !£.)...
Payne	
Quilp	
Rambler-Cariboo	
San Poil	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb	
War Eagle Con	
Waterloo (assess, pd).
White Hear  "      ".,
Ad-cd.
l.1.
3
2
i. no
i.i
n"
5
10
16
11-
U
u
20i
LA GRIPPE COMING AGAIN
The doctors believe another epidemic
of Lagrippeis here, and already many
are suffering. The medical men are
not afraid of ...rip o sinee Catai rho one
was introduced, and claim that no one
will ever catch this disease who in
hales the fragrant,-healing vapor of
Catarrhozone a few times daily. Co-
t-arrhozone kills the grippe germ und
prevents it spreading through the system. "Lost winter I had an attack of
grippe," writes (.'. P. Mackinnon of
St. .John's. "J bought Catarrhozone
and cot relief in a short time.   1 fou
m
...FOR   ONLY
9
fa
2.25aYear|
 fa
fa
&
BRIDGE STREET
GRAND FORKS, fi. C.
Catarrhozone   bettor   than  anytning r*V*u
else and was cured bv usiufl   it."   Ca-LlJ
 ■ |
18
tarrhpzone prevents and cures
colds and catarrh. Two months'treat*
incut 81.00, trial size 26o, II. E.
Woodbind, druggist.
Npw is the time to bring in your
bicycle and get it repaired and put in
.shape for tile wheeling season. Geo.
Cuaiti.k, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer,
If you have a few friends to spBnd
an evening at your ho , 'I" not forget to leave an order for sonie Hazel-
wood ice cream at Donaldson's.
Phone 64.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in his county and ad-
joining territory foi' wetland favorably
known house of solid  financial  stand
inj*.   $20.00 straight cash salary and JjCJJ
exponsot paid each Monday by check ^
direct from headquarters.     Expense ^lr
money   advanced.    Position   pe
nent.    Address Manager, 810  (
Block, Chicago, til.
A radical change from old methods and prices has been made by
the Toronto Daily News. The eyes
of the newspvper world hnve
been upon The News for the past few
months, during which time several
departures huve been made which
have given that paper a widespread
reputation for enterprise and. originality. This latest move ia to plnce
The News at the price of 81.00 a
year by mail. Only a deep-founded
belief in "tho future success of Tbe
News could lead the publishers to
make such a reduction ill price.
But just as the dollar magazine has
taken bold of the people, so, wc venture to predict. The News will secure a vast and over-increasing circulation, based not only on the popular price at which it is sold, but
mainly upon tlio intrinsic merits of
he paper,
Wo have arrangements concluded
which enables us to club the Toronto
News with our own paper nt $2.25 a
year 111 advance, Such a combination pi-cscnls many unique features
—our semi-weekly giving you all
the homo nnd district news, anil
the big 12-pngo daily keeping you in
lunch with events all over the world.
Send us your subscription to The
News, or if you would like to sec
the paper lirst, write us and we will
secure a sample copy.
1
Subscribe S
Now.
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