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(&3&)  Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, April 14, J903
No. 47
AFREI
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The Derailment of a C. P. R.
Engine Near Coryell Obstructs Traffic,
Yesterday forenoon engine No.
1039, pulling a west-bound C. P. R.
freight train, jumped the track just
on the other end of the Coryell
bridge, and, in falling over on its
Bide, it become wedged in between
the bridge and the embankment,
Luckily the entire train crew escape with sustaining any injury.
A large gang of men has-been at work
ever since the wreck occurred endeavoring the get the engine back on
the track, but the accident took place
at a Bpot where it is dirficulttb work
to the best advantage, and the task
is therefore necessarily a slow one.
However, it is claimed that the
track will be cleared by tomorrow
morning.
Yesterday the mail and passengers
from the east did not arrive in the
city until 8 o'clock in evening on
account of accident. Both the east-
and west-bound passenger trains ran
as far as the wreck, and then transferred passengers and baggage and
returned. Today this operation is
operation is being repeated.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
Geo. Taylor has added to the land
under cultivation in this valley during the past week by turning over
20 acres of virgin soil on R. R. Gilpin's ranch, near the Riverside
Nurseries.
Chas. McAllister left yesterday morning for Camp McKinney,
where he will spend about three
weeks doing assessment work on his
three claims. Before returning he
will go as far west as Okanagan
lake, where he will endeavor to buy
a carload qf horses for the Grand
Porks market.
Mrs. Clinton Atwood, wife of the
new manger of the Hunter-Kendrick
store, is in the city, and yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Atwood were out looking for a suitable residence prior to
removing the family from Greenwood to this place.
It is now r eported that the portions of the Ward, Hardy and Over-
bolt ranches, near this city, recently
purchased by George Holford, son
H. P. Holford, of Brighton, England, a heavy stockholder in the
Snowshoe Gold and Copper Mines,
Ltd., will be stocked with thoroughbred horses and cattle. The
deal was negotiated by C. C. Tilly,
and includes some 70 acres.
Antony J. McMillan, managing
director of the Snowshoe mine, arrived in Rossland last Friday, after
spending the winter in England.
E. Spraggett's friends are congratulating him on his appointment as
road foreman for the Grand Forks
mining division.
Rev. Dr. Wright returned to Nelson, B. C, last Thursday, after visiting his family in this city for a few
days.
E. E. Krengel left for Moscow,
Ida., Saturday morning, having received a wire from ,his wife saying
his children, who are attending
school in that city, were seriously
ill with scarlet fever.
F. M. Holland, general manager
of the Dominion Permanent Loan
company,Toronto, arrived in the city
the latter part of last week, accompanied by Mrs. Holland. It is reported that Mr. Holland is to become the
new manager of the Hot Air road.
Mrs. Griffin and child left' last
Friday for Hedley City, where they
will reside, Mr. Griffin having established himself in business there.
Steps will shortly be taken to reorganize the local baseball team.
There is lots of first-class material
in the city available for a club.
Treasurer Wooster, of the Granby
smelter, spent a couple of days in
Phoeniq last week.
The citizens of Greenwood are taking steps for a Victoria day celebration for that city this year.
The movement by the Greenwood
city council to vote themselves small
salaries was voted down last week.
Andy Hackett, who has been locating coal lands in the East Kootenay, went up to Phoenix last Tuesday. He returned to Fernie the
next day.
W. H. Jeffery, M. E., has an option on the Charmer gold-copper
claim, in South Deadwood camp,
with the right on certain conditions
to a six months' working bond. Thc
Charmer is owned by Bender and
Witte.
All the merchants of the city report a decided improvement in
trade. Last Saturday was the best
day they have had for many months.
The Grand Forks Liberal association, at its meeting last week, adopted resolution favoring the holding of
a provincial Liberal convention at
Revelstoke.
W. J. Morrison returned yesterday
from a short vfsit to Spokane.
A Crowded House Us   Assured for Pinafor,e Next
Friday Evening.
The advance sale of seats for Gil
bert and Sullivan's comic opera
'Pinafore," which will be presented
at Biden's opera house on Friday
evening by the Grand Forks Ama
teiir Opera company, commenced at
Fraser's drug store yesterday morning, and by 7 o'clock last night 157
tickets had been disposed of. This
is an unprecedentedly large first
day's advance sale, and augurs well
for the financial success of the production.
Elaborate preparations have been
made for the presentation, and an
artistic performance may be looked
for. A complete set of new scenery,
historically correct and of great artistic merit, has been painted for the
occasion by a local artist.
The company, after weeks of careful training, has attained a high de
gree of perfection, and those who
have witnessed some of the late rehearsals ' say that the amatpurs will
acquit themselves in a most creditable manner. Prof. Richards and
Miss Clara R. Farrell deserve a
great deal of praise for their unselfish
labors in directing the rehearsals.
In addition, they had to learn their
respective roles, which have success
fully done. The choruses will be one
of the leading features of the performance. The usual number of
topical songs, tinctured with local
allusions, will be introducad. The
music, which promises to be exceptionally good, will be under the
direction of Mrs. E. Miller. The
costuming is correct, and isdescribed
as being very pretty. In fact, not a
single detail has been overlooked.
The cast is as follows:
Admiral Sir J. Porter, K.C.B...
 John Donaldson
Capt. Corcoran Prof. Richards
Ral ph Rccstraw Dr. Follick
Deadeye J, Pallett
Boatswain H. Hinton
Boatswain's mate....M. C, Davidson
Midshipmite M. Fraser
Josephine Miss C. R. Farrell
Little Buttercups Mrs. E. Disney
Cousin Hebe Mrs. D. D. Munro
Sailors—P. F. Donaldson, T. Mc-
Intyre, W. Farmer, T. H. Ingram,
F. Miller, A. Netherby, R. F.
Petrie, D. D. Munro, G. E. Ewing.
Relatives—Mrs. G. A. Fraser, Mrs.
W. A. Williams, Mrs. P. Wright,
Misses M. Johnson, J. Johnson,
McDonald, M. McDonald, Tuttle,
Carter, Wilson,  Fiunegan, Hav-
erty,   Hay,   Peters,   A.    Peters,
Pound,   Butters,   Shepard,    Eva
Henderson.
Accompanist—Mrs. E. Miller.
Stage manager—A. B. W. Hodges.
SUNSET SIGNALS
Principal May, Miss Moffat and
Miss Winters, of the public school,
left last Saturday for Revelstoke,
where they will attend the teachers'
convention to be held in that city
this week. They will return Friday or Saturday. The school will
remain open during their absence.
Mrs. MacMahon's and the Columbia
pupils will attend as usual, while
all the others have been given a
week's vacation.
Mr. W. Lane, who owns a ranch
east of the city, has returned home,
after spending the winter in Winnipeg. Mr. Lane has taken unto himself a better half while he has been
away, and last night the noise-loving
youth of the city treated the couple
to a free calithumpian entertainment.
F. S. Forest, superintendent of
the Spokane Falls & Northern and
its branch lines, has been promoted
to be general superintendent of the
Montana Central, with headquarters
at Great Falls. Mr. Forest's present
position will be filled by R. C. Morgan, now assistant superintendent of
the Cascade division of the Great
Northern. Mr. Forest has been in
the Spokane office for about four
years, and came west from the Great
Northern headquarters in St. Paul.
The special Easter services in thc
churches last Sunday attracted large
congregations. All the churches
were beautifully decorated, and impressive and appropriate sermons
were delivered.
Cornelius Shields, well known in
this section of the country several
years ago as the superintendent of
the Spokane Falls & Northern, has
resigned his position as general manager of thc Dominion Steel & Coal
company to become president of the
Consolidated Lake Superior company. That is the big concern controlling thc Clergue interests at Bault
Ste. Mltrie, New Ontario.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wra l,formerly of
this city but now of Seattle, are
guests at the Winnipeg, and will remain in the city another week.
Speaking of Easter lilies, it would
be difficult to find a prettier specimen than that exhibited at the Pacific hotel last Sunday.
Double shifts are now at work ex -
tending the tunnel on thc Blue Jay,
a couplo of miles below Phoenix.
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The Evening Sun,
Phone 55. Columbia, b. c.
TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1903
The unprecedented rush of settler into the territories now in progress will surely benefit thc fruit
grower of this section of the province. Every additional household
added to the prairies and the prairie
towns expands his markets, and the
time may not be distant when the
owner of an orchard in the Kettle
River valley will he considered better off than the owner of a gold
mine.
Mr. Flumerfelt says that the
Fernie strike cost the Granby smelter $40,000. And this is a mere
bagatelle of the total loss sustained
by the people of this province
through the recent labor disturbances. Some day the people will
come to thc conclusion that we need
an arbitration law thatjwill settle the
differences arising between employer
and employe in all branches of industry. And after they hava made
up their minds that this is the kind
of law they want, the law will be enacted.
The Revelstoke Mail says that a
matter^that demands a firm hand at
the helm of state in this province is
the attempt of the big railway corporations to corral the coal and oil
lands of South Kootenay. It suggests that thc easiest way to solve
the problem is by the adoption of a
progressive land tax. This tax
proved the efTec ua' remedy at the
antipodes against thc schemes of
corporations and private monopolists
to grab the country. After the
adoption of thc tax the government
had no more trouble of this sort, and
prosperity followed the competition
of the corporations and monopolists
to disgorge their holdings. The
remedy is as simple as it is effective.
ASKS FOR $25,000
The following letter has been sent
to all the members of parliament
and senators representing British
Columbia:
Dear Sir:—I have the honor to
enclose herewith a copy of a letter
addressed to the Hon. thc secretary
of state, Ottawa, requesting an appropriation by the Dominion parliament of 825,000 for the purpose of
the Prov^fcial Mining Association of
British Oapimbia.
You are already aware of the enthusiasm with which the formatio n
of this association was carried out,
as well as of the splendid gathering
at the first convention held at Victoria from Feb. 25th to March 2d.
The executive of the association is
determined to spare no effort to
bring about better conditions for mining of all kinds in British Columbia.
The first step was to bring together
representative men from every\ class
interested in mining. This has been
most succossfully accomplished, and
the energy, earnestness and spirit of
fairness i which marked every feature
of the convention's work augurs
well for its future strong and beneficent influence.
"The settlement of the strike of the
coal minors at the Crow's Nest coal
mines was largely due to the efforts
of the committee of the association.
On that committee were representatives of owners and workmen, capital and labor, business and professional men.
The importance of that settlement
cannot be overstated, and we believe
that in this association we have at
last found in British Commbiaa
union of the best elements of all interests, involved directly and indirectly, in the mining industry.
The association has much to do,
and means to do it, but unless it is
well supported financially it must
leave untouched many mattes requiring immediate attention.
It therefore asks that in view of
the public character nnd importance
of its objects, that the federal government and parliament at the present session make a substantial grant
of money.
Anticipating your hearty support.
I beg to remain,     A. L. Belyea,
• Secretary.
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We carry in -
in our Gro ~-
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We have just received
in stock a number of
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TOPICS OF THE TOWN
Farming operations in this vicinity are now well under way, and reports from the surrounding ranches
indicate that there will be a larger
acreage under cultivation than during any previous season.
The third furnace at the Gfanhy
smelter was blown in yesterday
morning. As soon as a sufficient
coke accumulation is secure, the
smelter will be started up in full
blast.
An interesting discovery is reported as having been made last
week on the Goldfinch, situate just
outside the city limits of Greenwood.
Tbis claim was under bond to C. M.
Fassett, of Spokane, who sank a
shaft, passing at 80 feet down what
looked like a vein of barren white
quartz. Apparently the showing
was not considered good enough for
the bond to be taken up, so it was
dropped. Last week W. H.Jeffrey
commenced work, opening a station
at 80 feet, drifting both ways on this
quartz lead, which runs east and
west. Now the drift is in a face of
about three feet of well mineralized
TREES!
For the convenience of local customers our packing ground Will
be on Winnipeg Ave, next to Dr.
Nnrthrop's. A full/Assortment of
Trees and Shrubs on hand.
Riverside Nurseries
ore, showing iron, zinc blende, gray
copper and antimonial silver. The
ore tbat returned High bulk values
to McDonald and Sutherland when,
a few months ago, they worked this
claim for a time, was similar -in appearance and character to that now
being obtained.
The Grand Forks hotel, the oldest
hotel in the city, has a capacity
for 70 people. Everything up to
date.    Rates, $1 and $1.50 per day.
Klondike pool table. Only one
in city.    Grand Forks hotel.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c.
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Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. ard 7:30 p.
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Westminster Guild of C. E., Tuesday, 8
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH-Corner Main
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every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.;
class meeting at close of morning service;
Sunday school and Bible class at 3 p. in.;
prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock. The public is cordially invited.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH (Churoh of Bug
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Holy Communion, 8 a. m.<«moriii»g prayer
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Over the sun-burned, sage brush
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and comfortable ride through the
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BONANZA, BEST, GRAND FORKS UKLLE,
f'LliOPATRA, NAPOLEON IIO.NAPARTE,
AND MAYFLOWER MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division
of Vale District. Where located; In Brown's
Camp, on the east side of the North Fork
of Kettle River.
JAKE NOTICE that we, Charles Hay and
I    Neil Mc'allum, Free Miners'Certificates
U5452I and 115452') respectively, intend, GO days
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further talie notice that action, under Seotion 37, must  be commenced  before
the issuance of suoh Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 26th day day of March, 1903.
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Board and Room,
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Winnipeg Ave., Grand Forks, B.C.
BOUNDARY MINK AND SMELTERS
Last week the work of deepening
the three-compartment shaft of the
Snowshoe mine was once more resumed, and two shifts are now at
work there.
Granby shares were listed on the
Boston stock exchange last week.
The first of the two 700 horse
power electric motors, ordered
nearly a year ago by the Granby
company to drive the new 60-drill
air compressor, arrived in Phoenix
last week. It was manufactured by
the Westinghouse Electric company
of Pittsburg, and had been in transit about a month. It will require
over a week to set it up, the work
being under the supervision of
Electrician C. E. Lane, of the Granby company.
Thos. Henderson, Al. Falconer,
H. Laing, D. M. Donnelly and Geo.
Wellwobd are opening up the Eureka
fractional claim, on which some well
mineral rock has latsly been discovered by Henderson and partner.
Three feet of ore said to run $100
per ton was struck on the Goldfinch,
just above Greenwood, last week.
Chief Electrician. Lane finished
the repairs to the 100 horsepower
motor that runs the Knob Hill ore
crusher last week, a'nd the big machine is now once more doing duty,
as formerly.
About $25,000 was distributed in
wages at the Granby mines iri Phoenix last Friday.
The two additional furnaces to
be installed at the Granby smelter
this summer will, it is reported, be
shipped shortly from the makers,
the Allis-Chalmers company, oi
Chicago. The work of installing
them will probably be commenced
early in May, and when completed
the big reduction plant will have a
battery of six furnaces, with a daily
capacity of 2200 tons of ore.
Seventy-five men were put at work
at the Mother Lode mine last week,
and shipments to the company's
smelter at Greenwood have been resinned.
BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for
000, 1901, 1902, 1903, and for the past week:
1901.       1902.
231,702   309,858
1,721 .   20,800
1900
64,533
297
150
5,340
1903. Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoenix...
Snowshoe, phoenix	
Brooklyn, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood.
Sunset, Deadwood	
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit  19,494
R. 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
Carnii, West Fork	
Providence, Providence	
Ruby, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous     3,230
88,851
10,320
2,649
99,034
804
150
47,405
560
650
1,040
141,326
7,455
16,698
2,433
14,811
8,530
7.85
625
6,810
6,756
Total,' tons  99,730
Granby Smelter treated... 62,387
550
875
665
"350
890
""80
3,456
390,000
230,828
482
2,175
"l72
364
325
507,515
312,340
135,464
84,958
2,649
2,975
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ALBERTA HOTEL
Miss Ida Tenkate. Prop.
First-Class Board and Neatly
Furnished Rooms at
Moderate Prices.
Cafe—Riverside and Bridge
Hotel—Riverside Avenue
Under One Management.

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