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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 9, 1904

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 ���iJ'p'-T.y,-- r^q  <���? I XS.  ���>%ai  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 684,000 Tons of  Ore in J903.   &   #  1& ia  i .; I  ("���ul.it/'iV    l      ""..X  > Phoenix is the Centre  '<>i*>d, Leading Mining  ��.ir��M04   ^mp of Boundary.  i Devoted tothe Interests pf the Boundary Mining District.  ^i-or.a.s0'7  VouV.  f^ttST  PHOENIX,  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, APRIL  ;9*,*9��4*  NO,  22,  For Spring in    f  Men's Higlf Class  CLOTHING,  * *" *   ��� *    i  ���I he display in our windows will readily' convince you  that we have all  the  Newest and  most Up-to-Date styles in  SPRING CLOTHING.  Suits at $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $22.00���made��� by  .''the best clothing manufacturers in Canada, such as the Royal  ' '   * tb  Brand Ready-to-Wear Clothing and the Campbell Mfg. Co.'s    {j  gOOdS. H ' ! X >��� v *       v  1  These goods are,right ~ ^nd also our new shipments of  SPRING GOGDS inShirts, ,Ties, Hats and Sho s. All are  ready for inspection, and comprise the newest and nobbiest  st} les.  -ttzt  jfKia&i  XOALSMJttS  International/ Goal,/ Co.   Has  Valuable Property. ���:'*��� [$  THE; LARGEST? SEAMS  IN   AMERICA  James R. Elliott Tells About the Immense  Extent ol Coal Deposit tad Future Pli-ii  of Conway."*    ' 1"'       ~".  -TF&rr  ��#��� ���*!<* ���jiV"-**'-  ������(��''-'*<'  Boundary Mining Notes  Fresh Fruit and  Vegetables...  Arriving Twice a Week.  , 1  1      ��� - l  Lettuce 30c per lb. Celery i$k per"head. <��� ''      : ^  Gieen Onions 5cpei bunch.    California,Cabbage 6c per lb.  Sweet Navel Oranges i>o;per,dozen.  Banana-*, large, 60c per dozen. Lemons, Apples, etc.  * inter-WiMCtf  PHOKNIX  CKKKNWOOD  GRAND FORK  ����������� ����������� ���8����*�� ���&����������������������  Brand  Flours....  ' For the past 4 years we have been sell-  in-* the product; of the bir. milling companies, and we could not satisfy our customers with flour. Someone always, had  a complaint���every, little while a sack  would be returned to us. We investigated and found that the big milling company's got their wheat from all over- the .;  Northwest getting wheat of all grades.fo-  gcthcr, consequently their flour could not  be uniform Then we made further en-  quiiics and found the best wheat���the  prize wheat���-came from what is known as  the Oak Lake wheat belt in Manitoba.  '''Then we decided to,try a car of Anchor  Brand flour manufactured at Oak Lake.  This flour is made by Leitch Bros.in what  is conceded to be one of the most modern  mills on the continent and only No..~r;  Hard, Red Fy fe, Oak Lake Meat is used  therefore it is impossible for anything but  a (lour of top quality to be produced.  We are sole agents, for this flour, our  prices -are  x25 lb; Back $1.00  ':     ��      /  100 jfr   :%";3.25  Call and get a free sample sack. I ;  James R, Elliott, of Elliott -S^lBatxm,  consulting ccal mining engirieereij-'itts-  burg, Pa.; was in the Boundar*/*'last  week from Coleman,. .Alberta, tynere  the colliery of the International Coal  & Coke company is located* His firm  secured the contract last fall for designing "and-installinga' ���'���-$i'5'oVo"bo'  plant for the International company.  "Good progress in opening up the  mine is being made," said Mr. Elliott.  "The main gangway is now in 1000  feet on No. 2 seam, and crosscutting  to four other parallel- seams will soon  be started, ' Within"a'" month,- rooms  v, ill be driven off, thus increasing the  output very materially. The production now amounts to 150 tons per day,  the entire work, pending installation of  the plant, being done by hand. The  piant is designed to maintain an output of 2,000 tons daily, and within  three months one-half that output will  be maintained. AJarger tonnage cannot' be'handled "uhtii the tipple and the  remainder of the surface? plant is installed! ^considerable portion of the  machinery has arrived and the remainder is'in transit;"The completion" of  the first-battery pp ovenss will? be un-  deirrakerj as soon" sis the;frost leaves the  ground.   :  ��� \. ���  -. -"The- bituminous-coal "measures of  theiTnternatipnaljCoal'^opiiipany,"' added Mr. Elliott,'"are the largest I have  everseen.; They;, have no equal in  Pennsylvania, the largest seam in _ the  famous Connellsville region being nine  feet thick, while one of the seams iat  Coleman is easily eighteen feet ,in  thickness. The Coleman coal is clean  being free from slate and other foreign  substances. The output of the International Coal company will only be  limited by the number of plants the  company may choose to build.'. The  measures at Coleman are especially  adapted for cheap mining, as there Will  be no shaft mining for several generations. .-��� Unlike the conditions prevailing in Pennsylvania, the; coal at Coleman can be mined and: extracted by  gravity. As the mines will be self-  draining, no pumping plant heed be  maintained. The plant will be of the  most modern and complete description, compressed air being :utilized 'in  the haulage of ore cars. Electrical  machinery will'also be utilized very  extensively.  I have no hesitation in. declaring  that the International Coal company  will soon be in a position to mine coal  and manufacture, coke equal to the  best in the world; as cheaply as any  riiine in the. United States."  approximate!;  ,'��'"�����   ^,lj"CflFFi��JfcS OK Trffe'v'GR/VNllY COMPANY:  -W ff.4t\  \& ��� $ ���>'������".$ ������}.������;������ ������������������   ��� ...���������������  imatety $f-to.; pef'ton, provided    ;, There did not a'ppea  costs can be permanently kgpt asJow^td;be any valid  excuse  for this  long  as $3.   It would therefore, appear '-that  Granby has before it the&p^sibihty^f  showing net earnings of 8b cents or  1,300,000 ihares.*":%.,.<$& ''-"��� - ������.  "1  ajipear to the council  v  "l.'he manageiiMint-of the Granby is  said to have "reeehAy*" secured " important concessions   from   the   railroad  which hauls'   its   ore.   Arrangements charges had been lodged, it was time  are also being made to later on secure for His Worship to act, as the scandal  delay; nor reason for appealing to outsiders to name local officials,: and  thought it smacked to strongly of  partisan po.litics." , When protest after  protest vvas entered against the retention in' office of chief of police Flood  and Police Magistrate Williams,  against whose conduct most damaging  a coke supply for Granby at reduced  cost.  LIVELY SESSION  OF CITY COUNCIL  Was Held in Mayor's Office to  Secure His/Presence.  HE WAS ILL AND NOT ABLE TO 60 OUT  Every Menkcr of CoubcII Bent  On  Thresh-  lif 'Oit to a  Fialsh the Troubles lo  ��� ������ Police Circlet.  REPORTED PROFIT OP $1 50 PER TON.  What tbe  Boston  Commercial  Says About  the Oraaby.  From a recent issue of the Boston  Commercial we take the following,  which was contained in Walker's weekT  ly copper letter in that financial publication. Mr. Walker is understood to  be a conservative writer, and' this  doubtless bears that out, as it is probable that the Granby is making an even  better showing than the following  would: indicate:  Granby stock sold down to 2S<g this  week, the lowest since it was. listed in  Boston. It is stated in official circles  that the company is now' running all  six furnaces and smelting about ,2,000  tons of ore daily. The "ore yields an  average of;27 pounds pffinejcopper to  the ton, and in addition there is a sav.  ing of about.$i.7S per ton.of gold and  silver. It is claimed that operating  expenses are being kept below $3 per  ton of ore treated; but this is not understood to include freight on bullion  to New York or refining and selling  charges. If the copper be figured at  10 cents per pound at the mine, however, it would indicate a yield of about  $4.50 per ton of ore, and a profit of  > The;citji^>bunciL4*'Phoenix ..met in  regular session; at the city office last  ..Wednesday night. There were present Aldermen Delahay, Porter, Boyle,  Birnie and McDonald'and City Solicitor Kerr. Owing to a. desire for the  presence of His Worship, the Mayor,  who was indisposed, it was decided to  ask permission to adjourn to his office  ���in the Baldwin block, to .which Mayor  Rumberger acceeded,/;the council with  Alderman Porterin the chair, passing  a resolution to that effect.  After the reading of the minutes of  the previous meeting and. the disposition of some.mihor matters, such as,  payment; of a few bills,and ordering repairs to the sidewalk in front. of Dominion hotel, the- council proceeded  to take up under the head of unfinished  business the matter of the trouble in  police circles, which was introduced  by Alderman Boyle. From that time  on Mayor Rumberger found himself  face-to-1ace-with:a determined lot of  men, who had opinions, arid were not  afraid to express them in no uncertain  language���language that needed no interpretation. "  .They charged him with not having  kept his promise to them to discharge  the chief of "police and procure the appointment of a new police commission.  In voicing- this charge the council  spolce as a unit. The mayor kept his  hea"d and listened patiently-while under  fire arid >vlien; Opportunity offered, explained that the delay.on,his part was  due \a his desire to secure an appointment that would he'acceptable to the  proposed new police commission, and  at the same time a person having provincial police authority. The council  was annoyed at this delay, and also at  the action of the mayor in ignoring  their recommendations in the matter  and preferring to consult Geo. A.  Fraser, M. L. A.  was becoming a widespread disgrace  to the city of Phoenix. The discussion was kept up till about midnight, during which time the five aldermen presented their resiepiations,  resolutions having been offered demanding the immediate discharge of Chief  Flood, and also that the Victoria authorities be informed that the City. of  Phoenix had no city government ��� and  asking them to step in and help the  community out of its tangle.  Before these resolutions were adopted, however, it-was decided,to adjourn  till Friday.night, to meet in the city  hall. . One of the resolutions . offered  demanded the dismissal forthwith by  the Attorney General of Police Magistrate Williams, as being unfit to hold  such an office. X,     .<^XX.  At last night's adjourned meeting of  the council; upon the -opinion of ��� the  city solicitor, ��� the . members of the  council decided that they did not constitute a legal legislative body and concluded not to attempt to do business  for the city.  The mayor and city clerk now constitute all the government Phoenix has.  They will endeavor to bring order out  chaos by invoking the aid of the provincial authorities.  The public will now proceed to sift  the matter and lay the blame for this  deplorable mixup where it belongs.  The new runaway connecting the  clay and copper quartz bins with the  matte elevator at the B. C. Copper  Co/s smelter is now completed. The  dust chamber will he connected with  the steel converter stack by a steel  flue.  The steam shovels at the Granby  mines have not been in operation the  past week or ten days in the glory  holes for the reason that it was found  necessary to remove the overhanging  surface surroundings. However, they  will be put in commission next week  and operated as usual.  The B. C. Copper Co. has purchased  four acres of clay land from R. D.  Kerr, located between Boundary Falls  and Midway. 'The land is valuable  on account of its clay character, being  of such a quality as to be excellent for  tapping, and lining converters. A spur  will shortly be built to the property.   <  JAMES BREEN  DID TALK  Dominion Copper Co. Will Sell  Mines For Cash Only.  5N-T0N SHELTER IN CONTEMPLATION  May Ship Tbe Ore la Dumps at Brooklyn  and Stemwinder���Will Erect Plaat when  V. V. & E. Ii Built.  ACTIVITY IN  WEST FORK  Work Begins on Big Property  in That Camp'  THE CARMI CLAIM TO BE EXPLOITED  Last Week Robert Loofley aad Beo Peterson  Went Up to tbe Mlse to Make Preliminary Preparations.  LeRol Shuts Down.  Considerable uneasiness is felt in  Rossland on account of the shutting  down of the DeRoi mine. Referring  to the matter, the Miner says there is  no reason for a moment's uneasiness  because the stoping crews have been  laid off at the LeRoi mine for a week  or ten days. There is nothing wrong  with the mine. The only hitch occurs  at the Nothport smelter, where conditions necessitate a brief shut-down  pending the completion of certain arrangements for the inauguration of  greater economy in the plans for treating LeRoi ore. It would be an extremely short-sighted and wasteful  policy for the management to adopt  any other method. It is to the interest of Rossland and the LeRoi company, that the LeRoi mine should be  operated to the best advantage, to the  end that dividends may be distributed  at the earliest   possible   moment, and I 87,'..i @ $13.00; hike, $I2.S7)L;(�� $13.00.  Those interested in mineral claims  and other property in the West Fork  country who have steadfastly held to  the befief that their time of harvest  would come are feeling jubilant over  the fact that operations on an extensive scale were soon to begin on the  Carmi and - other properties.; -The  boarding and bunk houses of the  Carmi will be overhauled and the  shaft repaired. There is said to be  much water to be pumped out, but in  the meantime a crew of eight or ten  men will be gathered and the work of  development will be vigorously pushed  forward. The coming summer will in  all probability see the Carmi one of  the big shippers of the West Fork to  our local smelters.  The Carmi has been closed down  for about two years and a half. Mr,  Thurston, the owner, at the time of the  close down received quite a lot of publicity over the building of the West  Fork road. The Carmi has a shaft  down 100 feet with 120 feet of drift  from the bottom. It is the intention  of the management, just as soon as  possible, to put two shifts to work  drifting on the ore. Several carloads  of ore have been shipped from this  property to the Greenwood smtlter  which gave very high returns, but the  cost of hauling was so great in the  absence of a wagon road, which the  government has been trying for the  last live years to build, it was thought  wise by the management to close the  property down until such time as the  wagon road would be completed.  The Carmi is equipped with all the  modem machinery necessary for the  further prosecution of deep mining.  Latest Prices in Melaln.  New Yokk���Copper, electrolytic, $12.-  Mr. Breen, after leaving Phoenix  last week, was interviewed in Spokane  where, it appears, he was more in a  talkative mood than he was when here.  To the reporter he said, "the Dominion Copper company has named a  price for which if will sell its properties  in the Bonndary district of British  Columbia to the Montreal & Boston  Consolidated company.'  Reports, however, of a consolidation  of the two properties are erroneous. If  the Montreal & Boston Consolidated  ,  company can raise the money to  buy ,  the   Dominion group, all   well   and,  good.    But weare not ready  to  take ���  shares in the  new company in,, payment.  The Dominion Copper company is  controlled by three interests���^Mackenzie & Mann, Senator George Cox  and myself. We have about seven-  eighths of all the shares.      ������'':"������'������ ;���'������-'  We thinkWe have about as good a  grade of ore as there is in  the Boundary district.    In 1901 we planned to  build a smelter, but we dropped that  idea, for I did not believe that the  Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern railway   '  would build then Into Phoenix camp.''  Without a rival line we should be at '���':  the mercy of the Canadian Pacific arid  I did not care to take any chances 6f"  building a smelter on such a basis.  The test of time has proven that I was  right in doubting that the  Hill roads "  would be constructed then 'into1 Phoenix.    It is not built yet though right  of way has been purchased.    The Hill  road purchased right of way near Phoenix from us for $25,000 last fall.    In  case the road is constructed the  Do  mtnion  company plans   to   build   a  smelter next year.    It would have an  initial capacity of 500 tons a day.  There is no truth to the report that  I was considering a plan to take the  management of the Montreal & Boston  Consolidated smelter at Boundary  Falls, B. C. I am not in tany way  connected with the project.  Steel was laid on the Canadian Pacific's spur to the Dominion group, with  the view of shipping about 10,000  tons of ore on the dump. However, if  the smelter is built, we may decide not  to ship, but to treat the dump ourselves."  the arrangements that are now in progress will serve best to that end.  The case of Tipping vs. Miiner  was dismissed by Judge Williams last  night.  The Rossland skating rink made a  profit of $500 for its proprietors during the past winter.  LOADING   ORE  AT  GRANBY   DINS.  Bur Silver, 55.'^  Lead, $4.05.  Peter Carlson Falls Forty Feet.  , Peter Carlson, aged 28 years, employed at the Granby mines, fell down  a forty foot raise at the Old Ironsides:  Thursday night about nine o'clock,  thereby sustaining serious injuries. One  shoulder was dislocated, and he received some severe bruises about the  head. He was taken to the Phoenix  General Hospital.  At this writing, Wednesday, it looks  as if the skating rink proprietors will  be entitled to demand another season  ticket from their patrons before spring  concludes to assert its rights.  ���M  1 #  *^"if  I  %  ,ri  ���HI  :'m:;  ;ll  ';Jhy-  ������mi.  : wi<  ������ ?&&���'-  ���:M  ������:*���  '�������!  . .-if.;*;-!  '01  m  -mi  !>&. ���������  WX  '0y  it;-1  Mi  1    "il.  S*\'v> ��['���  *v  ..<"  ;v. tf.r-:> 1 -y-,'-.,'v-r<vw.��iHy4 ; <���-���*v*���> ������_._,.VVa'xv.;;.x^���� THE PHOBNIX PIONEER  #3��S:  xlf  -frits;  ;��� m  yr>��k.  >'im-  I||l?;  Sffli'  XfM  ���b ���  '���'Ms**1'  ;;?ii  ���IB  ::��'  U  1  ft,,,.  ii  ms  m  lift  iflf  I���  i.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal  jWHAT EDITORS SAY*  IBSUXD ON BATOEDAYS BY THB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT tboxhix, a. c.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  t.1,.1...,   i Business office No. 14.     1  Telephone   j Manager., residence. No. 15.  SOBSCBIPTIOMS IK ADVANCB.  Per Tear .........._ Ja.oo  Six Months          1 35  (f you are not a subscriber to this paper, this  Is an invitation to yc* to become one.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  t,eg*l notices to ��nd scents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  Wm Ir Is QuihT���They say business in Spokane is quiet. It is probably o\\ mg to the fact that the entire  male population are candidates for  office, and their time occupied in factional striles.���Kettle River Journal.  f RUSSIA - JAPAN  MATTKSS OP  INTKKKST ABOUT  TltKSR IHiLLIOKSENT NATIONS. .  f  I  vn.  Full oi- Pkomisk���The current  )ear promises great things for Southeast Kootenay. More mining will be  done than ever before, mines that were  idle last year will be actively worked,  and many others developed to a shipping stage.���Fort Steele Prospector.  1904  APR.  I9P4  Sub. Hon.  Tuei. Wad.  Thu  Frl.  Sit.  1  2  3 4  5  6  7  8  9  10 11  12 13  14  IS  16  17 t8  19 20  21  22  23  ���H 25  26 27  28  29  30  Hoom Days Past���"Progress" is  now the watchword in British Columbia. It is generally conceded that the  prospects for the interior were never  so bright as at the piesent. The days  of inflation are past, and the hour of  substantial progress is now at hand.���  Nelson Economist.  Can Accommodaik 1,000,000���  There is sufficient agricultural and  fruit land in Southern B. C. to accommodate 1,000,000 farmers, and the  price of farm and orchard produce will  always be higher in this province than  elswhere in Canada. This is .1 pointer  that it would be well for prospective  settlers in Manitoba and the Northwest to seriously consider before they  decide definitely to locate in the zero  belt.���Rossland Miner.  Because Russia is so large and Japan  so, comparatively, small, many persons  jump to the conclusion that Russia will  win. They read that the Russian army  on a peace establishment numbers  over 1,000,000 men- that its war  strength is over 5,000,000 men.  Japan's war strength is placed at less  than half a million men. Hence, some  say, there can be but one result when  so superioi a force comes in contact  with an inferior force.  Air Bompmssprs  T��fi 'GftttfflQIAN RANI) BRILL CO.  Head Office aud Works.  SHERBROOilE, QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GRfiKN WOOD -ANItJfJ  VANCOUVER, B.C.  It is said that the Russians number  two to one of the Japs. This looks  bad. The average Russian is about  twice the size of the average Jap, which  is equal to about four to one against  the little brown men.  The proposition j of establishing a  lead smelterat Fernie, according to the  Free P^ress, can be consummated provided the C. P. R. will haul ore to  Fernie at half the present rate on fuel  for western points. , It is claimed that  the C. P.jR^can afford to do this, as  the traffic from that point is nearly all  westward and, the cars return empty.  Any fenterpr/se that depends on a reduction of freight rates by the C. P.R.  is a trifle dubious. ���  The town of Ymir is winning an un:  enviable reputation.' From this distance it appears that it has fallen into  the,hands of a timid, and at the same  time reckless.class of officials. It is a  sorry dayjfor any community when the  law-enforcing power, rests with officials  of immoral character, who use the  authority given theit\ by their fellow  citizens, not for the goodof those who  honored Jhem with   temporary  have  power, but for, the gratification of their  own lusts,, v It is one ofj.the curses^ of  British Columbia today, that so many  of her, towns and cities, especially in a  judiciary sense, are at the, mercy of  notoriously, corrupt , and immoral  police justices who���sjt in judgment  over the honourable cituen, and whose  decisions, from , timidity- or seared  moral sensibilities, turn justice into a  farce and shock decency by decisions  infamously unrighteous.  The Ymir Mirror undertook to expose and correct evils of the nature  referred to in its own town, and 'the  consequence is, it has all but been  driven out of business, and is now-  only able to get out a small' one-page  paper.' '  Had this paper, at any time during  the recent or present difficulty in police  circles taken upon itself the task of  laying bare the true existing condit;��is  it would now be more condemned  than praised. The successful country  ne.vspaper can only reflect public sentiment, and public sentiment is demonstrated more by the acts of public  officials than by journalistic or  pulpit'reformers.  !*b. c mining!  ��� ���  The Payne is shipping its zinc ore to  Antwerp, the Ivanhoe to Iola, and the  Bosun will shortly send its products'to  Colorado. 'I he Lucky Jim, expected  to be the largest zinc shipper of them  sX\\ will start up shortly, and will likely  export to Kansas. ,  - *  Manager Wilson of the Northport  smelter, made the statement that the  plant would resume operations within  thirty days, and that the new smelter  would be in shape to handle ore {vithin  a week, after which the sampling capacity of the works would  be 800  to  1000 tons daily.  1  Sandon 'ore shipments to date are  over 3,600 tons of silver-lead and zinc  combined, or nearly the entire output  of the whole Slocan.  Cher 500  men  are employed in the mines adjacent to  that city, and the indications are- that  the number will be more than doubled  the coming summer.  'The following ore samples were  sent by the C. P. R. a few days ago  to,' St. Louis World's Fair: The Star  750 lbs.; Sunset 570; Ivanhoe 500;  Reco 200: and the Payne 200 lbs.  With what has already gone the Sandon  mines will make an excellent exhibit  which for richness will eclipse the  whole world. The samples assay  from 200 to near 1,000 ozs. in si(ver  and a high percentage of lead.  |The statement that the White Bear  company,' Rossland, has commenced  placing orders for its concentrating  machinery indicates that the management proposes to take advantage 'of  the ' eaihest favorable weather conditions to commence construction.  The order for the timbers required for  the large concentratoi building has also  been drawn up, and the nutters are  now practical!) in shape for the start  on the' foundations as soon as the  snow goes off. Fortunately the sbse'nce  of frost in the ground will render further delays unnecessary.  The richest strike ever made in  Sandon's old stand-by the Payne, was  encountered in the deep workings of  No. 8 tunnel a few days ago. While  drifting on the vein a glittering mass of  rich ore, permeated with ruby silver and  grey copper was broken into.   Drifting  Judged by figures there can be but  one result in the present contest,  but as the Spokane Spokesman-Review  points out, wars not always are decided by the number of men taking part.  Turkey's peace establishment is less  than a quartet of a million and its war  strength is not one fifth that of Russia,  and yet in the war of 1878 Russia had  great difficulty in winning a victory  with the" best generals in Europe and  in a campaign w here the lines of communication were short and the scene  of operation not far removed from the  Russian frontier.  The situation today is wholly different from that existing in 1878. Tho  military operations will be 5000 miles,  from the Russian capital. Men,animals,  artillery and war supplies must be transported thousands of nuler overasingle  track railway that must, be, always  guarded. Serious losses on tlie.,f-ejd  can be made up only with tedious deli) s and great inconvnience.  >VMMU%  ��  g CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  E  CO  O  SHOES AND DIES  RUSSELL; LAW, CAULFIELD, Co.,;Ltd.i  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  KIRE, LIKE, ACCIDENT. X  OommUiiluiier for MtiugAffidnrlU.  Phoenix, B. C.  R. B.KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  x-xr 'X.NOIARtf^UBUcrX"-:-1--' -������  PHOENIX, B.C.  GEORGE GIBSDH  .SHAVING PARLORS  ���xXnVbaI'HROOM^   '- X "'  Ciavcs-W'illin'ius illock.'cbr.' .,'�����"'"���'  PlistaiidOlO IroHHldctAye.l H0EN1X, B,; C.  KingEdward Lod^e, Np.36  A. K.iiihI A. M.  Kcgulur communication 8 p. m, kLj  ond Thursday ofeach moiitli,  Hmcrgiiit iii��tii.K������cnllca;Mii��<)i1Jc  Hull, Murrlsoii.Aiidt'rxou Mock.  G.W.KUMiJKKUKi.,  Scire* iirv.  W.G.KftABK*  W.Mi  Japan on the 'other hand controls  the sea and the landing of troops on  the scene of war is a matter of comparatively few hours. In case of defeat new men may be sent forward to  fill, depleted ranks in a week, where as  it would take Russia a-month to do  the same thing. The fact should not  bejlost sight of that Japan is practically  fighting at home, while Russia is fighting far from home. This will count  for a great deal when the actual struggle  begins.  ji.)r/nri .(.  Take  THE PIONEER  ?  You should jf you don't.   It gives th? riewsl  of the Boundary.   It works for the Boun-"  dary.   It isowned|by the editor and not by  any clique or faction.   It is worth $10.00.  It costs or4yj$2.00. ��>14IH  Canada sympathizes with Japan because it does not like Russia;'the  United States sypathizes with Japan  because the United States loves the  United States. The Washington Star  says: Russia in Manchuria means a  barrier to American trade, where, under native influences, or under Japnese  influences, American trade would soon  be unhampered. We are seeking trade  with all of China, and unless Russia is  permitted to interpose her strong arms,  the pursuit should be successful. But  above the question of trade is tHe question of real civilization. The barbarities  of the Russian rule are well known.  Russia's form of government does not  make for peace, for education for hap  riess, or for progress. Her policy, to-1  \(ards the Jews is hideous. The condition of millions of her people are appalling. Why, then, should any power  occupying a place among the advanced  powers of the world view with approval  or even with complacency the extension  of Russian boundaries and influences  mi any direction?  i  Quietness" or "The Land of the Morning Calm." Until very recently it was  known as "The Hermits Kingdom,"  because of the seclusion with which  the inhabitants had managed lo surround themselves until the latter half  r-fthe nineteenth,}century. In ^1807  this name was changed from Chosen to  Dai Hai, or Tai *Haj\^ The'people o  Korea are not Japanese, and they are  not Chinese. They are Mongolian.  1 Manchuria which may soon become I  a, battle^ground'agasn, was conquered  by the Japanese and_ overrun by them  in the war with China in 1894-95. It  is one of the richest provinces of  China. It is 1 three times,as large ,as  the island of Japan. It has an excellent  climate, a fertile soil and abounds in  rich mint's of gold and t cqal^ ai*d iron  and 1 copper. It bas fine) harbors.,  which are, however, not ice fiee.  Silver Lead Record.  The Payne Mine in the Slocan holds  the record among the silv< r lead pro  perries of the province.    It was discovered in the fall of 1892  and  ever  since has been in continuous operation.  Since that lime it has shipped  50,000  tons of silver lead ore of a gross value  of $3,865,000 and an average value of  $77*3�� Per ton*   I" die same period  the mine has paid $r,438,000 in dividends.     The   company   owns   and  opecates a 200 ton concentrating plant,  as well as a power plant to which a  magnet separating plant has recently  been added. f The Payne mine is at  presfnt producing at the rate of 3000  tons   of zinc concentrates per year,  averaging about 55 per cent in zinc,  and 10 ounces in silver, and low in  lead, iron and impurities.  on the new discovery is going on to as  certain its extent.  Samples taken from and   is dependent on   Britain's  the vein assay as high as 840 ounces power.    Should   Japan    master  of silver to the ton, the highest values  ever obtained in that famous mine. At  present the rich show ing is exposed for  about two'feet in the face, and has all  the indications of a descending vein.  Should it turn out  so,   there are  still  millions in the Payne  OEMS OF OREY MATTER.  Genius is a boiling desiie.  It takes brains to influence brains.  The evpression of opinion by the  London Spectator that if Japan wins  the war with Russia it will give the  Japanese the mastery in the Southern  Archipelgo and interfere with Australia's heritage in the Pacific, is being  mfich discussed "down under." The  Sydney Herald says It well deserves'  consideration. The commonwealth  is ambitious but she has a paltry population, and a scattered one at that,  sea  her  Russian neighbors, she will feel  more  than ever justified in her new and lofty  prestige   and   raising   objections to  WANTED.  Special represen'auve in this, and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established business  house of solid financial standing. Salary '$2 r weekly, with 'expenses advanced each Mbnday'i by'check*; direct  from'headquarters Expenses advan  ced;c position permanent. , We, furnish,  everything. Address "The Columbia,  6^oTVl6ridn Bldg'., Chicago 111.'   i8-6t  '"  -    ' '. f  f" i C    " 'I  One Ltdy'i Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes  ''  of Chiriiberlaln's'Sttfflaeh' X  andElyer<Tablet*.'* " /  I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of  Chamberlaia's ..StQroacbjj.j.andr,jLtver  Tablets on the recpma^enda^tian,of one  lady here who first bought a box of  ��� '      1    !  ' 'I l��" flr��i ''    I>     1'      1  them about a year ago. She never1  tires of telling her neighbors and friends  about the'good'quahties of these 'tablets.���^P.M.Shore, Druggist, Rochester,  Ind. , The pheasant purgative,effect of,  these Tablets makes them'a' favorite  with ladies everywhere. ' For' sale by  ail druggists. '"      '  THE  Light Locomotives "  , For All Purposes,  For lump'.. insi<l(!or outside service, for  LoyKing Kourirf, for contractors. Convenient to operate, quick and powerful.  i)tiick deliveiy, fnllv^naiantfcii ,anv tu6, anv ryqmu'd tvpe, anv width of e��UK<\  wi<h 01 without tenders. , ���fiLJJLT BY,���  j       DAVENPORT, LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenpori.Jowa.  ���Tlit'se engines may be Sf-en in gervica at^lju inincscof tJmnliv Co., Phoenix, II. C.  Piioknix Akkie  no. isa.  vitetltigH on l'rldiiy  *' ���{ 30P.ii... Miiicrr  C11U11 Hull.  ��� ���'.���'���'"K, ''rcllircii  conUiilly invited.  HOIir. HOKKhlX, ITes. rWM .1'I.KMINC. Secy  I. O. O. F.  S.NDVVBIIOH l.ODCU K0I46,  Meets every .Mon-lity 1'vciilng ht   Ilsnly  Hall.,  Vi*Ulii|j' lirelhtru cordially invited.  W. H. Cook, N. (J.  XX Oko.'K. MMti, Rec. See'y.  .X'.-X A. S..MII.LIAMKO.V. fer. I'ln.Secy,  OREGON  SHOt^rLlNE  You Should!Read  The leading Weekly  0/ tHe Boundary:    '  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   'Phone 53,  We make good bread,     Try it,  C. W.(GREER, PiiOftwrroR.  Austral iasanti-Japanese legislation, par  ticurlarly should a war cement still  closer her, allies \iith Great Britain.  So rapid has been the advance of  Japan that sooner or later her interests���according to diplomacy may decree���will be either more closely interwoven with those ol Australia, or be  j in' direct antagonism to them.  Living co'jts more in these days, but  it is worth more to live.  Extravagence  in statement is the  mother of suspicion.  All men may be born equal but the  difference begins soon afterwards.  Experience is a dear teacher, because she is paid year after 'yeai to  teach the same lessons. ���  There is room at the top, but Rockefeller and the like do not seem to  know when they get there.  All Work Guaranteed,  Imported,Goods, ;  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES'  MADE IO ORDER.  PRACTICAL  a'.  MINERS' AND   PROS  PECTORS'SHOESjA specialty,  Shop on   Dominion Avenue,.  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Steamers snil from AlnsvvoiHi dock, Portland,  nt S p. m. nnd from Sprnr Street wharf, Saiil'rau-  clsco, at 10.11. m. every five dnys.  .'Tickets on (intent all S. V.& N. Stations.  :  For further Information'flu to rales, time of  trains, equipment, etc.. address  G1J0.  J. MOHI,KK,OeHeral AKent,  Riverside Ave..Spokane. Wash  the entire Houndaiy shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was reduced by  ���   BOiJlARil' SMELTERS  Phoenix camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of ore  last year.  The Pioneei is published -every Saturday and  and is sent to any pait of Canada or the United  States for  The parallels of latitude tbaf would  pass through the cities of San Francis  co, Chicago, NewYork, Lisbon, Rome,  Constantinople and Pekin would pass  through the Peninsula of Korea. The  capital, Seoul, a city pf a little over  100,000 inhabitants, is located about  the geographical centre of the country,  and almost exactly west, or east, of  l*��evv York. Korea was long known,  and is yet knovm to its inhabitants^ as  Chosen, and is fancifully called by  them   "The   Land of the Morning j  We do the kind iyou vyant,  but which you rarely see ���  the kind that is Neat/CIean,  Original and Effective,  i  This the only* completely  equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary- occupying its own buildjng. ^  Can we print for you ?  ill  ���*��  PIONiSER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix, B. C.  per year���01 the test of the vvoild  year.    It gives the  Latest and Most  for $3.00 .per.'. 1^  Reliable News  Spokane Falls   ,,,.&,, ,.:,,  Northern Ry.  The only all rail route between point*  east, west nnd south lo RoFslaml, Nelson. Grand Forks and Republic.'  Buffet curs run between Spokiuic And  Northport. ' X; -   -      '������  ���X. ''���";;> KPFKCTIVKJUNK14.  ���Xtavt.lX X- . ,XX- i'i ,;-  8:4S ��" "'���X...;X..vSpokaiifr��;..;.:  .o-4?a���iii,���.....,^.Kossl��ud���^   7:*>a. tn.-:;;.v..V;;���;Ne1*6nv-:v;v^..  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The Best Lethbridge Goal promptly delivered.    Large
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Turai  Hii Intellectual  Sein-bllght  oa
W»r Myiierles In tbe F«r Etft
, "Well/'said Mr. H.eni>(*ssey, in tones
Of chastened .joyjij-'tK'.-dcv^iriril ijlar
is in th', soon f'r onst.—Tis   tumble
\       t      * .  ,,„.. „  .
f-r th'*Poles, Finns, Joos, Arrmanions,
Chewfonguese, lab'r dimousthrators,
arnyklsts, an'-tthet paXhripts:who,&■*%,
th' baclclwne i/lh'Rocllli^lnnpir^
"Ye obtain y'r debilithated ideas
fr'm th' milithary experts in tirpa'apers,
an' there, ye're rong," said Mr. Dooley.
"In a cupple iv years,;inaybe,,th'trbo
fax iv tb' case, will Ire be/our us in popular for-rm. Thin we shall k'riaw'whither'
th' Rooshin is batin'th'wil^yOrienthal
with a'pavin' block, or whither th' con-
k'erin' Tartar has had th' stuftin' noct
out iv^hini with a loaded chrysantha-
"But fwhat about the's speshil cpr-
ryspondints?" aske;d( Mr^f-Iennessey, in
great surprise;* '■■■ ■--■■*Xvl i\XJi.'".*>. ,.*
"Thim boys iz all right," said Mr.
Dooley. "Ye can , bet, on that, but
seein'that they're naytliiir a iflyiV nra-
sheen nor a Macaroni's tillegral, how
kin tli'ey giy/us th' noosewiih th' priiw
cinser goin: thru their'copy wfth a fine-
tooth comb in" wan handan'"a"club"in
th'itber? No^sorrejih! dispotic/l^rtar
lias iiof so*"inucl1'-thfolrths' ibouf film
that he can afford to let"atiny"ivTfgo
over th' wires; an', th', mildi but bellicose Jap isn't far'r behint him.
,, There has been a war'r, at sea.
Fwiit happened)? *£ Ye //doarj'tj ktiaw;
Hinnessey, an' niver will till th' man
I'm not sure ye'll knaw'thin.
Fwhat is it that we 'rifeed' in th' papers? First 'tis ould Alecthief that
comes along with an offissus rcpor-it.
This" niofniri,*.'■ ni-1 sez^'th1,'trechervfe
an'oncivilized foecall'd in on Poort
Arthur. I niyer. asked-thim:-1 doan't
kna w jhim,(apdi4Qan't «\V'ant s t$*v kna^*
thim. 'Tis strange how uye find -this
clasS iv-coars,»rude irien pusBittl their
way*into th' height iv societhy__now«-
r\av£.   ■Me!ships^'areCnot, hurted,' „ne
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Assessment'of: railway property is
the paramount issue in the state of
NVashitigtoijat,.jw(ssent.„ -As;in;about
eveVyL*^ro>mce^ana *n 'the 'sphere of
Dominion control, too, railroad influence and povrer has been too long
feared and" pampered. Xhe Spokesman-Review/ Has -been -fighting: for a
just taxation of the railways/or years,
while'the railways have been electing
the county assessors, of the state and
adjusting the taxation of their properties to their1 oAra''iikirig without let or
,. The greatest advertiser is not he
who wins trade, but he who keeps
trade. '■■'.•
This is a sort of give-and-take world.
Try to give a little more than you
y One advertisement will riot build a
business any more than one brick will
build a house.   t
Back up; your advertisements, with
the I merchandise and the store ser
vice. The advertisement is only the
invitation. If you don't entertain your
'guests well, they will go home and tell
everybody about it.
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Men Testify,
hindrance.    All other,property in that      When the first rails, are put in place
.   . . .''I'X'iX' \': ; ■ .   '   .        X _ _l:i....:.. "It'.'... r'-.^ „ - i ... X~..
state pays taxes on'a'66 percent valu
ation, while the railways pay on a*
valuation of less than six per f, cent of
real valiie!./!In onder».to' punish and
rilence the Spokesman-Review, the
assessor of Spokane county, acting under instructions froni his railway mas--
ters, assessed its personal'property—
jixclusive-iof itsjreal .estate—at $>i4,-
870. I his was practically equal to
thecom KneoT-persbrial "property assess^
mt*ntlof--tlie-l,ortland..pr|feonian, th'e
l-oi-tla'n^)#l)ai1 y%lc|ratri',--th'e^ Seattle
Daily Post-rntelligc'ric'er," the Seattle
Daily Times, the Tacoqia Daily ledger
on a railway, they form a road to carry
forward the rails and sleepers to complete the track.. In, the same way, the
first advertising done .helps that which
comes after and assists in building up
the business it advertises.
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And Boundary Mining Journal,
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Siraply, send a $2 bill for year's trial to Pioneir Pub. Co. Phobnix, B.
'Th' few holes blown in them iz
justjlwhat 1 me rrien^ required/;'be'sez,
'fl'r ventilation,' ife sez.'' 'Tri' unwiirthy
mirriy afther destroying tiSjStnikithim-
silves in gr-rat'er"numbers! ' I -didn't
see'thim mysilf, but there are plenty
her-f that dicl|| 1 ^bati/^n^mojitnofei^
he sfez, 'as it's; me busy da v.   Fwhat
witlf me pathriotic proclamaai   ns an'
;th' prisintash'uh',iv *rnecla1sr fo^th*" brave,
officers^ that^waz asKore~arth''tfme,' he
sez,v*I doant kuaw^whi^h ¥fyjp tur^rn,-
he sezxs'Bur-^sficruld'iyia^ me~pro^
clamashuns, which I enclose herewith,
they're.gr;reat.".'".;; X Xyyy X.' ..,l','■),,.'.'.
f: "Thin do you think th' Rooshins
got th' best iv it ?" asked Mr. Hennessey, seriously.     •   ; ....... •'• ■■
■"I reserve me opinion afther readih'
th' tillegram iv th'speshil  coraspon-
dint  iv th' 'Happy Despatch,' dated
from  Hohitohy," said   Mr.   Dooley.
"That sagasious young man aided by
tH'. press cinser,  kapes hemsilf well
abr-rest iv th' tirhes-Xbr maybe a little
befure thim.    'Th' Japs,' he sez, 'have
rejoosed th' fleet iv th' hotty Rooshin.
Ye cud pass fwhots lift iv it thru a fine
siv.    Ye can see th'pieces iverywhere.
Th'  Rattyplan : was  blown  into two
halves, wan portionalightin-at sea an'
th' ither on th' Lung^Tongue Pernin-
suler. '■ Th' Captin hacPndt returnedW
earth at th' time I lift!    Th' Rooshins
iii th' town ar-re in a state iv turrer on
account iv th' br-rave sailers whohav
not done fallin' fr-rom th' hivehs; Old
Alecthief hez lit out f'rhome as if. th'
dogs were afther him.    Cable me five
thousand as... this . descrjpliv. \vritin' is
most expinsiv.'-, ., -
«'Tis trie same on larid.-Hehnessey.
Th' cinsers kape th' mind iv the public
in gr-reat confusion.    Ould !:Alecthief
has brought uj>-^four^^hiahdred/ million
iv th'. crame iv all RdoshyTby'-speshul
excufshun tr-rain,......He. hes: not., „ Th'
sumpshus Japs hav landed eighteen
;ar;rthies at Poort Arthur, Tellemson,
Hello, Ping Pong, an' Assoonas. 'Tis
contradicted. They have desthroid
th' entoire forces iv th' Tsar in Man-
chewrai, which consisted iv four hun-
dhred an' four men an' wan drummer
all told. -V 'Tis grossly exagghtrated.
Th' Rooshins hav northin' to eat,
bar-ring th' gold reserve in th' banks.
Th' sufferih' fr'm cold^onl^keBakeall
is tur-rtiblef tho"?th£ skatin'^isgood.
Th' Japs will be crushed at wan blow."
Ould Alecthief will permit no delay.
He has said it, an' ef he doan't knaw,
who does?"..-..
J "I think th' Rooshin is. bate, anny-
way," said Hennessey. "I'm plazed
to" hear'ye views, Hinnessay," replied
Mr. Dooley. "They're always inther-
esthin', if'not-conclusive.'rBut\ with
th' priss cinser khock'in' out ivery
'must' and 'please rush' with a blue
pincil as a matter of principle an'
pathriotism, it, can bg-jio aisy matter
f'rye to for'rm an'opinion.
and the Tacoma Daily News, these six-
papers, published in cities having an
aggregate combined population of 30o;|
00b, having had last year a combined
personal property assessment of $u 6,-
odp. ''.""."-.'"";" •'.•'"•''• :'v:','.
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. The" rail way-lobbyists' of Washington, who are seeking to defeat the rail-
.way^comrnission fpfbposition, by pre-
-Veritirig the' te-election of fiovernorMc-
-Bridevhave established an editorial bu
.reau.^t pjympia (and are ^-sending.out
"copy" to all the country papers that
will'accept it for a consideration.   Tt
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is not a little' surprising' to note 'with
what unanimity the small fry press appreciate -tnei'-consideratJort,'' and how
it improves their editorial columns.
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J A woman writer in New York states
thatvnine out of ten of her sex , are
either bowlegged, knoctkheed or
pigebntbed.   ThJ9 • may be!so,; but j we
are from Missouri.   ,"   .-,-
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Last Saturday at Coleman, an Ital-
'iahdried to scare the coyotes by hold-
ing a stick "of dyhainite in \ his fingers
and;;lighting?it.; As a result he lost
partof both hands- and the sight"of
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"I; have been subject to sciatic
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"My joints were still* and gave me
much pain and discomfort. My joints
would crack when I straightened up.
I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm aiid
have been thoroughly cured. Have
not had a pain or ache from the old
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A Missouri farmer who found getting help Very difficult has' made? the
following rates : ; "Wages will be $6
per'day. V. Working hours will be from
.16 a m;to'3p."m. All heavy work done
.by the "boss. .Cigars are furnished.
Any hand working* the entire; season
can have the farm and the hired girl."
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A certain newspaper manjjWhp has
the reputation of being 'ra'th'ei' 'brilliant
on occasions,1 attendedc a function in
Washington receiitly where' the hostess
was known to be clever at repartee.
When the journalist was about to take
his leave, he went to the hostess to say
good night. Before he could express
the pleasure" which "tbe' evening' had
afforded him, the hostess |aid :
"Now don't; say anything■ conyen-
tionair   I am tireo of platitudes'."
"I wonC'Vhe replied, '"I'll .say" Tve
had a'li^ll'of a good tirril^--     v
"I'm d—m glad of it," replied the
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she having advertised to give "absent
treatment" to recapture lost affections,
to get persons out of jail through working on the judge's feelings," to grow
hair on bald heads, to restore limbs,
where cut-offi to give success in love,
to cure insanity, cancer and consumption,'tbN make .a new growth of
teeth in 'aged'^persons',:■- One witness
swore that she cured him of deafness
and covered his bald head with hairs,
.and a man born with one leg shorter
thain the others took treatment to have
the short leg lengthened.
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Our rates are Ibe fame as those of inferior roads. ,Whv not get vour money's
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Hon. John J. Patterson, Ez-TJnlted SUtes Senator from South Carolina, la a
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I). S. Minister to Guatemala.
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, His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council.hrs been pleased to make the following appointment:- ,' : .
,',,, • 15th March, 1904.;
AaTBUR C Suttok, of the CityofOiand Forks,
Bsqulre, barrister-at-law, to be Official- Administrator for that portion of the County ofYale comprised within the Grand Forks and Greenwood
Electoial Districts, vice Mr. A. D Mclntyre,
whose furisdiefciou for'the County of Yale is curtailed accordingly.
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JUUUS MUELLER,  Proprietor.
Corner  Standard Ave.  and Banner St. Phoenix
Certificate of Improvements
Red Warrior Mineral Claim situate in the Green
woo.i Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located, at the head of Nicholson creel-
West Copper camp.
I'ake notice that I.Albert 1". Ashcroft. V. M.
C. No. Bs£279, acting as agent for Robert Markiu
Free Miner's Certificate No. H41791, intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to thf
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of liuprore
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crowv
Grant of the above claim.
Andlurther take notice that action, under see
tion 37,must be commenced before the issuance o ■■
such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 21st day of October, 1903,
Certificate of Improvements.
Riverside Mineral Claim.
Situate iu the Greenwood Miuir^ Division     I
Yale District.
Where located—On Horseshoe Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK. that I, Albert K. Ashcroft
free miner's certificate No. H55279, acting a
agent for Samuel T. Larsen, free miner's ceitifi
cate No. B'lSSi.and V. R. Swanson, free miner'
certificate No. 1141873 intend, sixty days from til
date hereof, to appiy to the Mining Recorder lo
a Certificate of improvements, for th? purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above claim.
And further take notice that action, utld
section y, must be commenced before the iss
ance of such Cettificale of Improvements.
Dated this 2d day of January, A. D. 1904.
amuw»«a^iiM«»^ m  m  xf$K  yiym.  ���lijafwi'.  Mil'  Si;  site  11  Bfc  la&JHWSw'-''  llfto  IW  Ii  &  is>  bm  mm  M  IP1  im  ��l  s  Is  iff'  #$��  {sp  11  iff  m^.  ^-.&  P  ;.ytt  hi-  fcv  ^X  ���til'  'm  '���-���$1  ii  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OF  LOCAL  AND GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  The county court will sit in Greenwood April 12 tli.  Monday will be payday at Ihe Granby mines in this city.  The Trail smelter recently shipped  n,ooo ounces of silver to China.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from April ioth  to 14th.  James Miiner, the photographer, will  close up his gallery next week Wednesday and go to Midway for a time.  Mrs. Holtz, residing on Spion Kop,  has been, obliged to take a trip to  Halcyon springs, on account of illness.  Alex Strachan, who returned to  Phoenix from California recently, is  suffering, from a severe attack of la  grippe.    \  J. P. McLeod of Greenwood, his  friends will be pleased to, learn, is  rapjdly recovering from a severe attack  of pneqmonia.  The' Rev. W. A. Robins M. A. will  celebrateHolyCommunion'at St. John*  Church (Anglican) at 11 a.m. Services  Sunday, April ioth.  Brock Hilliard, of the Pioneer staff,  returned , from Republic .Tuesday,  where, he had been for a few days  visiting friends and acpuaintances.  Mr. and Mrs. Dermody and children  have gone to the Forks for a short  stay, Mr. Dermody having been threat  ened with an attack of pneumonia.  Lindsey Stevenson, employed at the  Granby, mines, has gone to the  Halcyon springs in the hopes of relieving" himself of rheumatic troubles.  -."''I* ,  Mrs. A. Birnie, of Vernon, who has  been visiting he^ daughter, Mis. F. M.  Kirby, of Grand- Forks, arrived .in  Phoenix yesterday, and is now the  guest of her son, Mr. L. Y. Birnie, and  wife.    -    "  -  The Oddfellows of Greenwood will  celebrate the anniversary of the order  on the 24th of April) when' Rev Mc-  Kee of the Presbyterian church will  preach? a special. sermon for their  benefit. '    . * -   ���  In St. Andrews Presbyterian Church  tomorrow the topic in the'morning  will be: "Outlook and-Up Lift;", and  in the "evening: "The Measure of a  Man:" The Choir will sing the anthem:  "Let Him Jn>! All invited.' -'  W. S. Doyle, of Black's hotel, who  underwent an operation for appende-  citis recently, is rapidly rcovering, 'and  if no unexpected" difficulty intrudes,'  will be on his feet again in a few days  in better health than for years.  Rev. Thos. Green, B. A. made a  trip to Greenwood this week, to assist  in the Easter concert given there on  Monday evening by the Ladies' Aid of  the Methodist church, which is said to  have been'a* very successful affair.  Greenwood is to be accommodated  with another dairy. Capt. Swayne, an  old timer in the Boundary, and for the  past four years proprietor "of the Swayne  house in that town is the leading spirit  in the', new enterprise. It will be  known as the City Dairy, G. Swayne  & Co., proprietors.  The concert given by the Methodist  choir of Grand Forks, assisted by other  local talent, on Wednesday evening at  Bidens opera house, is reported to  have been a very pleasing and successs-  ful event. There is talk of forming a  choral society which will give several  concerts during the year.  That it is confidentially expected  there will be something more than  usual doing in Phoenix when the community is loosed from the cold grasp  of an unusnally protracted stay of winter weather, is evidenced,, by the fact  that nearly all the hotels and lodging  houses are filled to overflow with wage  workers and other guests.  Hank Allen  was. wcarini* a smile I  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Boyle block,  April 13 to 16.  John Kelby, who spent the winter  in the Boundary, has gone to Poplar  Phoenix Eagles are preparing for  a social, to be given about the 15th of  April.  : Councilman A. McDonald returned  Monday from a week's trip to Nelson  and Spokane.  Remember the "Poverty Soshul" to  be given next Tuesday evening, April  12th, at the Presbyterian church.  R. F. Petrie, the Grand Forks book  and newsdealer, has moved from First  street into the Megaw building on  Bridge street.  Mike Delfontaine was quite seiious-  ly injured at the Oro Denoro mine  last Saturday. He is a married man  and lives at Denoro city.  The city council of Grand , Forks  has concluded to let its scavenger work  out to the highest bidder and tenders  will be received up to May 1st.  Percy F. Godenrath is now located  at Thompson's Landing, and is writing a book which will have for its  title "Treasure Tales of the I-irdeau."  W. S. Macy, who had been confined to his home for a week or so  with la grippe, was sufficiently recovered Tuesday to make a business 'trip  to the Forks.  Alderman James Marshall, who re  cently sold his interest in the Brooklyn and Summit hotels to his partner,  E. P. Shea, has gone to the coast for  a week or two.  W. B. Willcox, of the Pioneer, accompanied by his family, left Monday  for a vacation trip to Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. He expects to be  absent about two weeks.  N. D. Palorcia, the Phoenix boot  and shoemaker, who has been wrestling for the past few months with  la grippe, went to the Forks Wedues  day, hoping that the famous hot air of  that town might benefit his health.  Contractor Tierney, of Nelson, is  engaged putting in a side-track at  Eholt, said to be three miles in length,  for the C. P. R. This for the purpose  of relieving the car blockade on the  various sidetracks in the Boundary.  W. S. Keith, formerly assistant superintendent at  the   Boundary    Falls  smelter has gone to Grant's Pass, Ore.,  where he (-will fill a similar position  under his former chief, A. I. Goodell,  who is building a smelter at that place.  .Clark & Binns have just L received a  large shipment of carpets direct from  England for their Trail and   Phoenix  stores.    The freight on this  shipment  says the Trail News, was  less than it  would have cost to bring it' from Toronto. <   ' .    ,  The Smith Bros., the well-known  Boundary contractors, have secured  the contract for building a tipple at  Coleman for the International Coal  and Coke Co. The tipple, it is said,  will require two million feet'of material in its construction.  J. H. Hambly of Greenwood, has  gone into business at Poplar, and already has a part of his stock in place.  Mr Hambly is an old timer in the  mining camps of the west. He was for  a number of years in Butte, Mont.,  was in the Slocan in boom days, and  then in the Boundary.  R. Meyerhoffs stage, which has formerly lun from Greenwood to Camp  McKinney, now makes Midway its  terminus, the change taking effect last  week. McKeii7ie's stage running between Greenwood and Beaverdell now  stays at Midway over night on the way  to and from Greenwood.  Several of the teachers in the public  schools of Grand Forks, Miss M. C.  Clement, Miss M. Sinclair, Miss M.H.  Winter,   Miss  W.  McGill  and Miss  Miss Winnie'Belts and Miss M. H.  Winter, of Grand Forks, were the  guests of Alrs.Silas Smith, during their  visit to Phoenix list week.  James Evans and family of four, of  South Wales, n-lat.'-es of Henry Bra/el,  also lately from that section of country,  but now of this 1 ity, came in on  Tuesday's train, and will take up residence here.  t  Mr. Silas Smith, u machine operator  at the Granby mine*, met with a rather  painful accident last Sunday. A piece  of steel flying from the dull struck him  in the li-ft eye, leaving an ugly and  painful wound. He expects, however,  to be able to return to work in a day  or two.  Geo. Breakenridge fully vali/es the  force of the old adage that tumble  never comes singly. Mrs. rJreaken-  ridge has for some time been dangerously ill in the hospital here, and now  Mr. Breakenridge is stricken down  W'th pneumonia. Both are receiving  the utmost care that competent nuises,  skillful medical aid and sympathizing  friends can afford. A telegram was  sent to his brother who lives at Tombstone, Arizona.  .���Pointing*.  ~i -  "That's Our Business"  -���  The Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the Best Quality of  Statiouery for any kind of business. Special  attention paid to work for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest gTade.    '  'address.  The Phoenix Pioneer,  The New Manager, U.  has made it the Leading  Koetenays.  TOMK1NS,  Hotel of the  Granby M.S. &P. Co.  -   Denoro Mines Ltd.  Morning Glory,  International Coal & Coke Co  '- Notary Public.  E. H.Mortimer, *���&��&�� c  '1**+4*4rW*QQ$&frQ>QQQQQQ��A  I-fONEEIt HJ.OCK,  ���l-HONK N<��. 14.  PHOENIX, B. O.  a  WW  MEATS  TKfe Union Meat Co.  Fish,  Game <&  Poultry  James J. Hill Reiterates lattntloa lo Build.  J. E. McAllister, superintendent of  the Mother Lode smelter at Greenwood, who had been in New York the  past week or two, returned to the  Boundary Tuesday. Mr. McAllister  is reported to have stated that while in  the east he met and conversed with 1  James J. Hill, and that Mr. Hill assured him work would begin on the  Phoenix branch of the V., V. & E.  within thirty clays.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  THE FAIR ROUTE,  Via Chicago, New Orleans to St.  Louis, is one that gives the most for  your money, and the fact that the  ILLINOIS CENTRAL offers unsurpassed service via these points to the  WORLDS FAIR, and in this connection to all points beyond, makes it  to jour advantage, in case you contemplate a trip to any point east, to  write us before making final arrangements.  We can offer the choice of at least  a dozen different routes. For particulars, address: B. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agent, 142 Third St., Portland,  Oregon. J. C. Lindsey, T. F. & P.A.,  142 Third St., Portland, Oregon. P.  Thompson, F. & P. A.,---Room 1,  Colman Bldg./ Seattle^AVash,, "    .  Waoi.ksai.b Dealers in Choicest  Brands of  Wines,  Liquors,  and Cigars  Aniimiiiii-ilmt Mil .lji-to-iliitt- Kiili-lifr .^Imp has born oiihm<��i  in ll.��* .M.M.II.m IH..,I-, K....1. Hill Ave., I'fwn.V ai.!| ��E  11 *-lmi��' ol ilii- -ui'.Jii- iiHti-iungi*.  Shop* at Miiclrud, A'ln.,  Orctnwocd (iriuicl 1'orltHniKl Phoenix. Ii. C  UNION MEAT CO.  wm ._���.���__     -���-���-���"*-���-���-���-���-��-���-���-  Sole Boundary Agents  . . for . .  Fabst Brewing Co.'s  Milwaukee Lager Beer J  Also Manufacturers of all  kinds of X  Carbonated Beverages.  G. W. Rumberger  i Real Estate  : and Mines!       t  T  *  James flcCreath, Prop- gT���**9  McRae Bros.    j  .. & Smith I  Knob Hill Ave.  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.  j Shares in all the leading mines bought and  : sold. Information about Phoenix and the  j Boundary country given on application.  w  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  Phoenix, B. C !  ��� ���-  Best Cough Medicine For Children.  When you buy a cough  medicine  for small children you  want one in  which you can place implicit confi  dence.    You want one that not only  relieves but cures.   You want one that  is unquestionably harmless.   You want  one that is pleasant  to  take.    Chamberlain's Cough remedy meets all  of  these conditions.    There is nothing.so  good for the coughs and colds incident  to childhood. It is also a certain  pre  ventive and cure for croup, and there  is no danger whatever from -whooping  cough when it is given.     It has been  used in many epidemics of that disease  with perfect success.    For sale by all  druggists.  Dissolution of Partnership.  Notice ia lieieby given ..that James  Mamiall and K] P. Shi'a, heretofore doing business as the firm of Marshall A  Shea,in the Brooklyn and Summit hotels  ut Phoenix, B. C, line this day been  .lissolvedby mutual consent All monies  due the late firm, will he paid to E. P.  Shea, who will settle all bills against the  i-aid firm. All hills must be paid by the  10th dnv of April.  Dated nt Pnoenix, B. C, this 31st day  of Maicli, 1904.  Signed. E. P.' Siika,  James Mabsh.ux.  Witness: W. H. Joiinsto.v,  Books,  Stationery,  Newsdealers,  Toys,  I, Fancy, Goods,  Kodaks and  Cameras,*  Office and  ,Schdol<M< ; - x  Supplies,  Cigars arid Tobaccos  : City . ���  j Transfer, j  Li?bt ami ftwry Drayinf.  j  Dnr Wood for sale.    \  : W. H. DOCHSTEADfft,:  ��� Knidencranri ltol.l...i r,~. ���/ *  ONE ON YOU  . Kc-tidcace and SUblei at foot of  Z Dominion Are., Phoenix, B C 2  ^   1' O. Box 369 'Phone No 40    J  V  And 11 Good One, if it is one ��"/  of   our    NEW     SPRING 7K  SUITS, Litest styles, fines. >!f  materials, best workmanshipt M'  AND  Fine Confectionery.  Hewton,   and   also Miss  W.   Iletts,  spent thefr Easter holidays in Phoenix.  1 Through the kindness  of Superinten-  Wednesday that endangered his eais.Jdent Williams, the ladies enjoyed a trip  Ti.pcri.**, fc�� >*��J '*:- *���--' ,J  '        through the workings of the Granby  mines.  The funeral of the late Germain  Ratti, who died at the Phoenix General Hospital last week of pneumonia,  took place last Saturday, from the undertaking parlors of Clark & Binns, under directions from Provincial Constable Darraugh, as the unfortunate  man was destitute of  means   at  the  tjme of his death, and was not a mem-  1  Tuesday he had his fortune told by a  petite brown iady just from Palestine.  She told him he was soon to come into  the possession of a fortune���and sure  enough, the next day he found a five-  dollar bill skating around on the snow.  That's a fortune for Hank, as long as  it jasts..  Mrs. Thos. J-J->/WjftJ;.died in Greenwood last week Wednesday. She had  been ill for some tjxa^ears. A husband and three daligh'tefs survive her,  Mrs^Jkilmsi^iiVar^wKr}mif^!'^ilS-  of Greeaiwaod: and-.-Misses .'.Noraj'antj'  Church. Services   1  Tomorrow.        I  St. John's Church of England, Rev.'  W. .J. Wood, Missionary. Sunday  School, to a. ni.; Morning Prayer, .11  a. m.j Evening Prayer, 7:30 p.-'m.;  Everyone cordially invited'' to "attend  any and all services':    " ��� -* %" ��� ." ������.'V  St. Andrews' Presbyterian, Church,  Service tomorrow at if a. rh. and  7:50 p. 111. Sunday school tfhd Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. 'E. C. \V.  MacColl, IJ. A., pastor." A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. m. at Graves-Williams hall, Hie  pastor preaching at both services. Sun-  J.iy School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. Thos.  Green, M. A., pastor.  Catholic���Mass will be held tomorrow at 1 o a. m.; evening service at  7:30 p. in.; Sunday School at 2:30 p.  in., standard time. Father J. A.  Hedard, B. A.  * I* C-ASSAY'-  Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER. B.G  Direct Importer^ of Assayer? ^Supplies.  Sole Agents in B. C. for the well-known  Battersea Crucibles. Scarifiers,' Muffles,  etc. Selling agents for the F. W. Braun  Co s Specialties Cary Furnaces, Burners,  etc. Menks' Pnfe Chemicals, AasavMa-'  bor, Platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. Aeidi*,  Borax  Glass and all Heavy Chemicals.  Specialty���Silver Fres Letd tnd Litharge.  Complete Assay Outfits   furnished   at  short notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  THE MILWAUKEE  , A familiar name fur the Chicag", Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union aa the Great Railway  running the;'.'Pioneer Limited" trains  n\ery day' 'and night between St. Paul  and 'Cliicaeo, and Omaha and:.Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the worM."  Understand: Connection * are made  with AH Transcontinental J.inec, assuring to passengers the beat service know n.  Luxurious coaches, electric light", steam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that your ticket reads via ''The  Milwaukee" nlieti going to any point in  the United States or Canada.'All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other'information, address,  H. S. Rowe,  General Ageu ,  I'OR-ri.AN.-.OX  Prices $10.00 to $25.00.  NEW CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoes, etc., just received.    Call in and examine them.  THOS  BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.   ,  - IIARDV-MCKHNZIE BLK".  DOMINION AVK., I'HOENIX.  r  an  Ur  Black's Hotel  .Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, li. C.  R. L. Ford,  ,    Trav. Pai��. Agt.,  SPOKAXK.WN.  tMisstatd Oil  Liniment  Touches t&e Spot.  Tfiqmas Drug Co.  Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones. A full line of  musical goods always in stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  Kirst-Class Dining Room in connection  , Har Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 26. W. S. DOYLE, Prop.  |  Republic Beet - 5c  When you are in Republic look for our sign  Republic jjkrr.  REPUBLIC BREWING CO.  OY'LE,  THE DRUGGIST.  ��� ill  JF]pssiefcwlM=��,:��teside ,ai n,home��n,'fti  'ie  letter \k8.ft6k'''-8&fe "of*������3*m,e"Iel��ren  'I  :t54i-> ficfo/I-fl.*' !o liifii.itli !Cjl''j)r-j%!-iii,l  VP^rc  Qrtn    .."if*     I.-...��� 1  $1M to $75.00  OU'-.} H'nUIII-.-uH ,11-vlfJ,  1' i-lj;,^-.,-. ,,.  ftu*��r*ilntoioK(*)liioe'0ni Fhur.saa�� Hafteb,  Boon anatwrast'largely-��� att^ijded)..,.,Ti{e  _,,   I'liu, .iioiJan   Jsrij   -.-Jlut: s���>) -n.i.i.l i ,,  Thursday fltternooa-at-iTaj ���i".vm.,,.-,RJoy  ...      .      J9*��l**9WO-!<,*Ctl JoslMl"tjll>3,|i,,, I,,.,;,  W. A. Kwoibsa aa��nuustei<Hi��,s the Masb  sad rights.  We have just added r large shipment of the world famous Elgin  Watc&es t0 our stock, and we non  have the most complete watch stock  ^ii-.tltc-.iiioundary. Elgin Watches  , , . . .. ,.���������t���,mv���m �������� Jfrfect timek'e'ej>ers and best in the  ^hWAf^^m ���ffi8B45ai& ** orld-*n "��*!<*- siJvwy-goId  filled  warn mr$iMrUrk%aviriw;��ri *��h ^ f��� $7.So 193*5.0,.  is found, th��egc��vtfr/nin&ntiwi��iijBri|rertHa      %f&2i%Jti .<��S��arU��|S^f<.  I G. LANG,  Provincial Assayer and  Analytical Chemist.  Late Control Assayer for the Len-  ora mine, Mt.,Sicker.  From March ist: Gold, $i.oo;  Gold and Silver, $1.50; Gold, Silver and Copper," $3.00. Discounts  for'several samples gent together.  GREENWOOD, B. C  Arriving: Daily.  Prints,  he Jeweler.  .D.S,nosJ3W 1  Knob Hill Avk. I  3rd, 4th and 5th floors.'  Spokane-Review  Building.  7Wo8n<kt &taBy ?J��btfi)l injdha..<\ity.  'iffi QSfi-��tiTffiiiboiaffii3PBaBiModfeESii(jj.;  V   SUTHERLAND fts-M^'ib i  *���!���.'���     -   Proprietors.  Ginghams, Musiins, Mattings  and Damasks.  Pewny's Celebrated Kid Gloves for ladies - f  ���Every pair guaranteed.  A%11 stock of Boots and Shoes, Bubbers, etc.,  always on hand.  Dominion Avenue,  Phoenix.  ���*���"��� .-:-i,'��v'"��*:i" ��� Ay'^'j'.'-v:  ..      *.''i4     ,���'..��   �����-"*       ������.    ..-V    I'  MM  IN*'  iiV-Wiff  ���v-1.:  ??m&  iac  TO,\mi.i��i,'MK.TOjjiiitTii.i..iJivgar:*'t!'a>.-.


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