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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 2, 1904

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Array V  Phoenix is the Centre  Jand  Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District. ^  PHOENIX, .BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. APRIL 2, 1904  No. xi.  ��� ���     I :   l   , .   ���   ' ��� . '   - J _  Tte Big -Store  r*s  r-n  rf*  POPULAR STYLES  For Spring in  Men's Hl^h Class  CLOTHING.  The display in our  windows will  readily convince you   III  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  Brand Ready-to-Wear Clothing and the Campbell Mfg. Co.'s  goods.   ,  These goods are right ��� and also our new shipments of  "SPRING GOGDS in Shirts, Ties, Hats and Sho:s.   All are  ready for inspection, and comprise the newest and nobbiest  styles.  Fresh Fruit and  Vegetables...  m��     Arriving Twice a Week.  Lettuce 30c per lb. Celery iScfptr head.  Green Onions 5c per bunch.   California Cabbage 6c per lb.  Sweet Navel Oranges'50 jwr down.  Bananas, large, 60c per dozen.      '-    lemons, Apples, .etc.-  STARTING ON  THE BRUCE  3. C. Copper:Co. Men Work-  in* It.  PBOPERTY LOCATED NEAR MIDWAY  F|ve Claims Included In droop, Whlcb Now  Has a Mfl-Puot Tunnel VTrauiportalion  Will be CheaV  Boundary Mining Notes  BRITISH COLUMBIA"CG#PER GO'S'SMELTER  (Hngraved ��pec,i��Uy"for the Phoenix Pioneer.)  UNDERGROUND  ONCE MORE  Mother  Lode To  Undertake  It Again.  AM  WQtK  OIE  QUAWHES.. ALSO  * liter-Iwiifid  PHOKNIX  CREKNWOOD  GRAND FORK  Www;  Anchor  Brand  1  Surface Work Has Beta the Rale lor Nearly  Three Years, Bat Development at Deep  Levels Will Smu Proceed.  Will Develop'tbc Uttle.P.  Some time in the near future James  Marshall will start for the North Fork  of Kettle river, for the purpose of starting development work on the Lottie F.  group of copper claims. Il will be  remembered that this is the group that  Mr. Marshall bought an interest in last  fall, and to say that he is pleased with  the showing already made by the small  development done, but faintly expresses it. J. B. Mcaulay, William Fernie  and G. W. Rumberger are also interested with Mr. Marshall in the  Lottie F. group.  ��� ���������  lii#��  t  For the past 4 years we have been sell-  ing'the prod uctjjof the big milling companies, and we could not satisfy our cus-  ? tomersLwith flour.    Someone always had  \i a[complaint���every  little   while  a sack  k would be: returned to us.    We   investigated and foynd thai the big milling com-  panys got their wheat from all over the  Northwest getting wheat of all grades.io-  gether, consequently their flour could not  be uniform.    Then we made further enquiries and found the  best wheat���the  prize wheat���came from what is known as  ���"> the Oak l,nke wheat belt in  Manitoba.  Then we decided to try a car of Anchor  Brand flour manufactured at Oak Lake.  . This flour is made by Lei tch Bros, in what  , is conceded to be one of the most modern  mills on the continent and only No. 1  Hard, Red Fyfe, Qajf Lakewheat isused;  therefore it is impossible for anything bqt;  a flour of top quality to; be produced.  We are sole agents for this flour our  prices are  25 lb; Sack $1.00  ;;:i75  Call and get a free sample sack.  For about three, years operations at  the British Columbia Copper Co.'s  Mother Lode mine, in - Deadwood  camp have beer, confined entirely to  the surface ore quarries, whence the  pay rock could be expeditiously and  economically extracted and shipped  to the company's smelter at Greenwood. Something like 300,000- tons  of ore have been taken out in this way,  being dumped into immense shoots or  raises lo the tunnels below, whence it  was taken to the crushers and thence  to the railway cars.  Previous to this ore quarrying work  ���which followed the successful ore  quarrying, theretofore instituted at the  Granby mines, and afterwards followed  by the Snowshoe, Emma, Oro Denoro  and other mines���the Mother Lode  management confined itself to underground operations.        .���"'������'  The main shaft was sunk to the 325  foot level, and long levels'., from-this  shaft were run from the 200 and 300-  foot levels, where large bodies , of pre  were encountered. Preparations at the  Mother Lode are now being made to  resume work in the deep workings, and  at the same time continue the quarry  operations, which are reported to have  been successful.  The Granby properties were the  first mines in the Boundary to undertake ore quarrying operations on any  considerable scale, and so new was it  to the mining men of this section, at  least, that when detailed announcement of the fact was made through the  columns of the Pioneer, it was laughed  at at first by those ignorant of the  facts. S'nce then surface quarrying  has not only continued uninterruptedly at the Granby mines, but the underground work has gone on with  equally remarkable strides,  The Boundary Club.  Greenwood has a new concern, incorporated and gazetted last week, under the title of the Boundary Club.  The incorporators are Thomas Pickart;  Ernest J. Carrier, Henry B. Maddsn,  and Phil McDonald. The objects of  the association are stated to ;be  "Social intercourse, mutual helpfulness, mental and moral improvement,  rational recreation and the promotion  of good fellowship arnpngst its members." "The abqve named, all well  kjifiwn, in Greenwood, constitute the  first board of trustees, and are now securing club rooms in a central location.  First Operation for Appendicitis.  Last Monday the first', operation  ever undertaken for appendicitis in  Phoenix, was performed-at'Che* Phoenix General Hospital.' The patient  was W. S. Doyle, proprietor of Black's  hotel, and the operation was apparently entirely successful, the patient  now being on the high road to recovery. Dr. R. B. Boucher had charge,  and was assisted by Drs. Foster and  Schon, of Greenwood. Mr. Doyle  has been in charge of his gang of men  on the North Fork of Kettle river for  some weeks, where he is getting out  some 30,000 ties on contract, and  came home last week for the purpose  of having the operation performed.  A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN.  MR. 6REEN  WAS HERE  Makes First Visit  Years.  In   Three  BUT, AS USUAL, HAH LITTLE TO SAY  Dominion Copper Co. Maneger Came In Monday Nltht and Left Tuesday Morning���  Believed To Portend Something.  Some Straight Talk From An East Kootenay  Editor.  tinder the above caption the editor  of the Cranbrook Herald does not  mince matters when he gives the follow reasonable talk to business men in  his town:  "The Herald pays out in. wages  nearly $2,500 a year���and every cent  of that money is spent right in Cranbrook. Is it fair for any merchant to  send printing down east where printers  receive less wages, and not a cent of  it spent with the Cranbrook merchant ?  We don't ask for anything unfair, but  we do ask for a square deal on printing. When you want printing, give  the Herald a chance to figure on it.  "Don't get 500 or 1,060 letterheads  from us, and then give an .order afterward to the eastern house running up  to 5,000 or 10,000 impressions and  then criticise the Herald because it  charged you .more. Let us figure on  your big runs, and then if the quality  of our work and the price is not satisfactory���kick, but don't do it before.  If any merchant will show us where  a Montreal, Toronto or Winnipeg  printing establishment ever bought a  dollar's worth of goods in Cranbrook,  we will have nothing to say. Yet there  have been a good many thousand dol-  dollars of; Herald money spent in  Cranbrook. Neither the proprietor  nor the employes buy anything outside  of town, and what is more the Herald  has refused a good many dollars for  advertisements fha.t as,ked people to  trade with eastern houses.  ' "Those ideas have been presented  as a straight business proposition for  any merchant to consider who has  been sending away for printing that  should have been done at home,"  , A flutter of interest was occasioned  in Phoenix last Monday evening when  it was known that James Breen had  arrived here, and departed on the  stage, the next morning. It will'be remembered that Mr. Breen was manager of the Dominion Copper Co.  three years ago, when the properties of  that corporation were last in operation,  aud when the camp had some of the  best days that it has ever seen. Mr.  Breen had made an arrangement with  the Dominion Copper Co. to do a certain amount of development work and  erect a smelter for the treatment of  Brooklyn and Stemwinder ores, he to  receive a large block of the shares of  the company, the deal involving over  $100,000. After working the mines  for several months, Mr. Breen had  some disagreement with his principals,  and development was discontinued at  the mines before a smelter was built.  Since that time nothing whatever has  been done at the properties of the  Dominion Copper Co. and Mr. Breen  has been devoting his energies to Vancouver island.  It is said that there was a time  limit on Mr. Breen's completing his  contract, and that the limit is not so  very far away, which may have something to do with his visit here  at  this  time.  Mr. Breen was not communicative  on this trip. In fact,,he never is communicative, and is known throughout  the northwest among the fourth estate  as one of the most difficult of men to  get anything out of. As far as can be  learned, the only thing Mr. Breen said  when here, was that he would return  in a few days. There would seem to  be something to this, but details are  not yet forthcoming.  It is announced that the new Montreal and Boston Consolidated Mining  and Smelting Co., which has recently  absorbed the Morrison and Montreal  and Boston Co.'s, is after the Dominion properties, but thus far nothing  definite is known as to the action the  latter company took in the matter at  the recent meeting at Toronto.  ' Last week development was begun  upon the Bruce group of five claims,  located three or four miles from Midway. Justa.mopth ago the Bruce  group was Bonded by Frederic Keffer,  manager, and J:',E: McAllister, smel-  ter superintendent^ of the Biitish Columbia Copper, Go., for a price not  stated, but said to be between $50,000  and $75,000.  The bond was given by J. C. Haas  and Sidney M. Johnson, the group  consisting of the Bruce, Jubilee, Pride  of Perth, Northumbrian and Durham  mineral claims, overlooking at a distance the town of Midway. Work,un-  der the terms of the bond, had to  start by March 22nd and proceed uninterruptedly during the life of the  bond, eighteen months.  Foreman Hogue has charge of the  new work, which consists for the present of stripping the ledge and trenching. A tunnel some 200 feet in length  was heretofore run on the Bruce but  did not reach the ledge. The character of the copper ore found on; the  Bruce is said to be better than that in  most Boundary mines, with some gold  and silver values also. . .'.  Something . like $3,000 has been  spent on the Bruce, and if the-present  development is successful, it will be an  easy matter to construct an aerial tram  connect'-with the ^CpsP^R?  way to  tracks.  The Bruce was originally located, in  1S87 by John East..;. In,_.i8Q4 it was  restaked by A. Symons and J; Wallace, who allowed it to lapse alsol In  1895 it was relocated by J. C.' Haas,  M. E. The successful expoitation of  the Bruce will mean much for Midway.  \ Ore  was struck  in the Blue Jay  tunnel this week.  Prospecting   work on  the   Helen,  near Greenwood,  is still being continued.  , Work is being suspended at the Oro  Denoro for a few days,  to admit of '  putting iu some more machinery.  ' A lot of shares in the Morrison, that  are in default for assessments, will be  sold at auction, at the Rendell building,  Greenwood, on April 2 2d.  On some shifts one" "of the Davenport locomotives at use in- the tunnel  of the Granby mines, will handle cars  containing 500 tons of ore.  Five men have been laid off at the  Elkhorn, owing to the water coming  into the workings, but they will be put  on again in a short time, it is expected.  Manager Thruston, of the Carmi,  one of the star claims on the West Fork,  arrived in the Boundary this week,  and expects to start work on the property at no distant date.  About five cars of ore daily are now  being shipped from the Emma mine,  two of which came from the new incline tunnel, where the excellent find  of ore was recently made.  . Last week 26 sacks of high grade  ore, weighing 1,500 pounds, were sent  out from the Fremont claim, near the  Providedce. Galloway and Robinson,  the owners, are steadily developing the  property.  The large transformers for the substation at Greenwood for the Greenwood smelter have arrived, but there  is unaccountable delay in the receipt  of the converter and other machinery,  .the? preparations' for the receipt of  I which have been completed for some  time.  DC. Beach, who has spent the  winter in Phoenix, left this week for  '{his-chums, the i-Victoria groupc. on',  Christina lake, Mr. Beach being the  manager of the owning company. He  will get out and ship a car of ore as  soon as possible, the C. P. R. tracks  running directly across the property.  MULOcK'S LATEST SCHEME.  op to  Death From Pneumonia.  Last Monday week Germain Ratti  was taken to the hospital, having been  suffering from pneumonia for three  days. The physician in charge fought  for ten days to overcome the disease,  but Ratti passed away Wednesday  noon, the trouble having obtained too  great a hold on his system.  Ratti was about 57 years of age, and  was born near Huntingdon, Quebec,  being of French descent. He had  been in camp for several months, having worked for a time at Doyle's tie  camp on the North Fork of Kettle  river. After waiting in town for some  days he secured work at the Granby  mines, boarding at the Miners' Exchange hotel. He had been at work  but a few shifts when taken down  with pneumonia, and was not a member of the miners' union.  Ratti's funeral will be held at 10:30  today, Rev. Father J. A. Bedard, of  the Catholic church, officiatitg.  Spring plowing in the Kettle river  valley has commenced.  Presbyterian ladies of Greenwood  are giving a New England dinner today.  Latest Prices in Metal*.  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $12.-  87>4 @ *13.00; lake, $12.S7>i@ $13.00.  Bar Silver, 65^  Lead, UM.  Registered  Letters  Can Be  Insured  Twenty-Five Dollars.  . Postmaster Matheson has received a  notification from R. M. Coulter, deputy  postmaster-general, that registered letters can be insured. It is stated in the  circular that inland registered letters,  posted at and addressed to a postoffice  in Canada, may be insured against loss  for amounts not exceeding $25 on payment of the following fees in addition  to the full postage and registered  charges: .     '    i  Ins. fee Limit of compensation.  3 cents  .$10  4 cents   ........  15  5 cents  ,   20  6 cents   25  A letter tendered for insurance must  be inclosed in a strong envelope or  cover properly sealed with gum or  wax. No letter will be accepted for  registration or insurance if it seems  possible to get at the contents without  either breaking the seals or tearing the  cover.  Coins, articles of gold and silver,  precious stones, jewelry and other  articles of value must be inclosed in a  sufficiently strong box to be put up in  accordance with directions furnished  by postmaster. This law went  into effect en  Canada.  March   28th all over  Easter at The Methodist Church. I  Tomorrow morning and evening  Easter services will be held in the  Methodist church, Graves-Williams  block. Sermon and singing appropriate to the day. The male quartette  will in all probibality sing at the evening service. At the evening service  the books given as rewards to the  juvenile missionary collectors will be  presented.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following tabic gives the ore shipments ofBoundary mines lor.1900, fonooi, for  1900       1901  64,533 231,762  297     1,731  6,340  150  99,034  802  47,405  '650  1903  309,858  20,800  14U26  7,455  150  14,811  560  8,530  ��9oa, lor 1903, aud 1904, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Granby Mines, Phoenix  Snowshoe, "  Brooklyn, "  Mother Lode, Deadwood  Sunset, "    Morrison, "    B. C. Mint,        Summit   19,494  R.Bell, "         Emma,  , "    Senator "    Oro Denoro "    Winnipeg,   Wellington.  Golden Crown,     ."  Athelstan-Jackpot.''  King Solomon, W.Copper  No. 7 Mine, Central    City of Paris,     "  Jewel, Long Lake  Carmi, West Fork  Providence,   Providence  Elkhorn   E. P. U and Goldfinch  Ruby,   Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous   1,076  2,250  1,200  160  3,230  1,040  '556  875  665  2,000  350  80  3,456  785  625  482  890  219  325  1903  393,718  71,212  138i079  15,731  3,339  19,365  22,937  363  15.537  2,435  1904  148,690  Past  Week  11,850  45,208     4,224  6,317  1,756  11,121  5,646     2,968  993  400  167  272  245  160  Total, tons        99,730 390,000  Granby Smelter treated, 62,387 230,828  507,545 684,426 217,154  312,340 401,921 166,414  16,902  12,450  *  m  &  *fi�� fm  Ml  ,f -i  Mta^ii^mUm  4 #s,i m.    THE phoend^ioneer:  the C.  P.  R:* last Novemberj1 "cbh-  ��� f ��� ��� '  ^ ~ -. tmues to turn up missing.1..  ������'   ���'���'���'��� ,-:lH''~j^"!ij'''J^-?''   ''fl ' --'f-i'-tf.'" ^ '- ' "*'  . ���' ���, c i.' And:' Boundary Mining Journal. '  ���'" issbKb'5��SATtl��il)AVSBY"TnK;" "^ "'':��� "  PIONEER PtoMlNtr CO.  ' i' ,���;:     ���'���'���..'��� .' ��� . '-at PBOENIX, B. C. '"' '"���"    '"*"'���  <���������. I; ^-h>'M������. -.-,w}.*���.? �����;!���. -���.,.,.;.*v.;,;.',�������� ''  'i.: WiBi WILLCOX...MANKOXRiUK*  Telephone  j Business ofl'uc .N"p. 14.  j Manager'�� residence, No. 15.  i��"  JL  ,L  ft&:  HI"    'WIU'"'^���!  ' BDBSCEIPTIONS IX ADVAKCF. ''.'"  Per Year...St:i..��U.�����.W....��;...X^;.'^.���;^^.Ai..Ja.6o  Six Montlis...'..���........ ; ......;..;���! I.J5  U you are not a subscriber to litis paper, tlil��  Is au invitation to you to become one.���'���'���.  Advertising rates 1 uruishcil on application. .  Xegal'abticea 10 and 5 centi perluie. j  |  Four-weekly Insertions constitute one month's  advertising-.  19��4'  APR.  ft)04  Sun. Hon. tuea. Wed.  Thii. Fr!.   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Ross,;.Liberal candidateiin this>ljomiriy  ���;',jK;:;|oh"ophsjEi^  'y:;|f;'add}^ses;.in;;G|aeiic^  ;|;S|^afeBur|6ll-:fo^et ftUp^^prhet? election'  .;���..;��� :%schl2^  llflfST^I^ek^h^nGr^  |;j|';Jc^s|^||are5^ft?|EdU  ^i'son'kTO  ������ HE;Mav NpTr^GeneraliKuroriatkin  says he has decided to sign the treaty  of peace in Tokio. Once upon a time  there was an English general, who ,111-  nouqcedfhis.rintentionsiof:eating; his  Christmas dinner in Pretbritu���.Mbnt-  realSta'r.���.'���..;.���"';'��� ",���::',.���;.:���  \^',';[- :': \i. '  1: Goon CAUSE^-It* grinds a1'newspaper man to have !a merchant stigge'st  a roast on eastern department houses'  who getshis; printing done down east  ���where printers' 'receive^$12 a: week! in-  stead-pf $2b;als' jwid by the Herald.^-  Cranbrook Herald. " Vft-^ .;-^���&��� ^ "������;  '|*A:;G0<5ff-ipEA���It is; earnestly; tb he  hoped that the  present : governirient  will serve'the PrdvinciaP'and'1 its;'mvri  ^re^i.tVa'n'd'IriterM;,^  jishihg a'-Sclioblipf ^Mines'-ari^  jri^for;ehdbwnien"t;df':afluhiveriity^  :|lfeIsoP;Ecpnomist^:^;S*���rf^iv/���;;,ft;���;;fr'i;;���  |;:{sa;^icv/;--^^i4^4^�� ������ ^.-ir^p  Official Proriuncialicia of rtirrieg Met with lb  :    WarNewg. ^-.y '  'The official pronunciationrof names  ���of >vell known places in the-Far East  war district is obtained  from  official  sources:- ������. ''���������'''yy^-'^ 'y]:y'-.:-:'-,-;)\^  Manchuria���- Man-chbo:re-a.;  Vladivostpck^yiaKlee-vbs-tok.  Peking���Pee-king.      v    ; r  ;:Sepul--So-pbLv--;:r \py\.yy,-y::-  , Wei-rJai-Wei^^y-rH-way:'   y  ; Niuch\yang--fNu-chvvahng.; ;���������  :��� I Chemulpp~CJiay-m)(i|^ /; ;'  .;���! Liau ,Tong--^Lee-bi^t|^ng^  _ ���������;;. Tien:Tsin^i'^n^r^snn;;;:|^;cft  ���.. A[^sapipjip|��J,f e^n:ppW';||^a?;ii|;  :..;��� Shikpki^Sfie^^  ;; ,'������ Nftgl^ki^Na.|i^s^i-y^"v. *  ���']: ^^|dei^Mbpt-den.i:^w^|  ;��� Vpngarnpji^^Youhgim^^  i '��� YlfivrgYk)^^  \:A ii fjun^f^txK^^g^ :;|i,;  ;; Shaa^iaUK^���S^  .,: .Hj^iii^Har;Wn^|g||��    /: ��� Stamung^Shan^oiigi-^^  |;, Shangiiaf^hang^hi^S^;^ *��#?&  -rfs  ���J r;/  BO I  *;!'��� ii(  -i-i  W  j 8ft>    -ft  ^j^lfii'V:-'*  Our Boijers are built to work, and toHyork under any pressure.  ���, 400 pounds ..working pressure of steam is our standard, but we will  ^Mtieilfeaiiy prcssu^desired.    Our catalog No. _r 12 Uiows  our"usuaTsizes,^and grves^o* pages of useful  information, , tables,  /etc, n. Ask our Rossland or Greenwood Branch for it.  :rTfiS3ei^^  >        .  - -Head Office and Works,, i^Lansp^ne.^t., ,  :,;RoSSI.ANP &;GrEENVVO0D. . -:-i k^MiM^J^QQ.^Mi^  tee : 3?^:  i; ^e,arei;pftthe&^  t ���'    ���   ,,'.i.'ii-:-.'.';7?^i-"^f>l?r M:>";)���-..'������ ';��� ���'''������'..Jjj'-.v��;'1.' .'tv'j*.*ri"'.,-.';"i,i��iN'\'.  cl udingS^anchuria^i^ii^oao^bbo  fell  L^^^^I^UlSi$^I^W/..CA,.OLFIELDl Co.. Ltd;  i-"��r:  ##%��?% ���s-'^.'^jji ?feS:;i/^^^A!a  <.-.wt-.l^i!-ifeJlR!rfr4'iS.  i'fi  v��  /F/rii  D. Ji  j'. ������  FIRE, LIFE, JICCJJ  Ing j  Phoenix, B  :.;li<StiRANCykokKlV Civ.'  DENT.  . -..���   t I   .'ill  Commlssloucr fur Utklng Altldtivlti.  '..-.*'  R. B. KERR,  NOTARY PUBLIC.    J������ ;7"  PHOENIX, Jb!W  '^SPSi^SiSJSS  GravtriiiwIlliaMis Blocker.&.M, '���"���  -"^  ytritaiid Old Irousid"ea!*:veerilOENIX��ilJ. C.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F.and A.M.  G.W.KUMBERUKK,  ���   ft.        " Secretary.  W.O.KKA8SR     .  W.M.  p ^  i;|f;iftPJS5.^en;;pjtQ^^  p|;:; I pne'bfsthe^/mo^  ;5|S|:fr^eive^|)y;itlie'^  Sift; ;#f|ri?&^d suin  K;^ijSt6ry^the^3t:h^  ;,;',j^vtpuch7with important'events said to be  ^u^bMftoMfake^Iace,'^  stakeri;-  Before another;: issue of the  4-��� r*?���;.:��� -riV.'Vr?' ..-..-. .s..i.L.t-... ,','f.  ;";ii;;^io^|er^rcom^^^^  7 ^gy;sl��ip^tnarmeaS?addiri  ;M0tiiStheVwhole ^oundaWP'1'����� i'i����':&%'  yy^imfm*^  ^^���l^'-lCsaid't'h^  '���'.<:��Cf?;$^^  ;!;5;;;:; Jwill ^|^r|^e;^ made ��� -'iofiffltiffir}hv  : !;l; ^w��hbut^ilfra^;c^in^  ^::��$$&*$M&i-y ;'rhe island ris getting  ���vV7:;|along7:Ybry;\yelii:as:it^^^^^  :B:v.);:;0  ���,!.3rf(flJKl.  r-^^fe-gpwrhm  ;, ;��nb^^rishrtp},wprki^  ���;^fle^j^(^ ^thein ,-haye  ' 7 -^h^iyearsvto ���jr^the^r^irs^idue^  ;Q^laridj5ic|sstitne!;?j;iliey;^Wer^!;,r^i��i^ded  ; ithajtfthiiigs;, cahn6t;;rJun1;pii^thusV;fpr-  ;:  ever. :* Hence the order, of; the;;chief  c'cbmrnissionerVof lands anifrworkoV Be^-  '" ,^!^^!^': f iJ'^viii"' acknowledge^ that  yUhS gpyerpmeiit realiy nee'ds fenibrie'y-  Jr^/THE OBSERVER WOULD LIKETO KNOW  -.(���.��  ..'','.;"',. Why winter lingers.so long1;in 'the  -    "lafTorspririgr" ���;'";' '""���- ;:~-^���^- �����'-.��� .-  ' IP.: Why'lna1vbu|tpm.iro^se'Yo'rlHiibenTk;  ."'.������^s;nbt fbrthcom^^.WwvT- 5K?V"  ���-.���������������Rj;;|,ity'.*';'..,   ��� .   .;.. : ���; ���.--���    .,.��������� ..������.)'.;f,,1.,���.v  ;S'I^p^y^:wny/:b^:'''gpi;^he'vp^  ,'?;���.����������������''-''    ,;='/.'"'. /5\V��,..J-';;-  i5r,-; ist;    "n- -���  ..- jvjjpimpspn bee in their Jbonnets/1'"''���"'l  y��;��*;* ���������������'*'������������'���'������������������������'*���  Fernie's ;cP;bper^^  a''branch;at'!Mbrrissey:'';- ^^>" ���:.'. ">���"';��� r'v ;���  J-K/'ir:..���'.'!*}.*. "tt:^*a^v'!Vi^;;!-jfv-^.;,;:;hi:i-;;;'vfiii;.  J -^P.r^secu|JQnsj for; gambling": are.; taic-  jing7jplaqe;'iii:;;Vict6ria,;;''; :f\';.yl: '-r^.  |; sj. ^11 .at^rript ;is: being made;! ;i n; rYan?  jcpuver;:byithe;;Wbite laundries' tg.;,;figlit;  iQijnamen^ij.rQhvviV.vi'VfK'v;, \y:yy:yr^;.:  .vrfTKelG-P.. RSwM  IgraphVsystem ;pn; tp^Trpti t&I^ke^rid  iFergusbn.,:v;;;\^%S>0i^  L'l'Nelsph^wK^esaiers&e likeiyftb^'get  tKeir!(lbinljndr tor;better^ates'; acceded  ^i^0^!^0yi^^o0^-m  ^gnnin^tb;rise^'and;^he7ppssi  ofifloods is being considered/   '���������'^ ���K' ';<  'i'B':-it-j 1:'���"'���'���''! '''i';'-'"f'';,'��'l';:'">: -f /  'i':.'i - ">''' ������ '.'''i*'":'  '^WliplesaliS?;' n^rchaints "and ^Iriine  operators unite in'���'��� saying the;?indu's-  ���:'.^f,.jj: 'r'2'~il: f.i.Hy.n-'-'f.   ,jf? '.".<��� j>';:,;>!.���'M'  trial lifeof the country  is. rapidly re-  ii.v;. ;yi:yn. v-kj^.-v; .;. ���;0'.-f.;;-:;;:-...fj!-- v.1;!;;;)!..  VIVing. ,v :ir: . . ������������.'��� ���:-������.-' ���; ������.��������.>������-  vi-fiJ?.f;?;.V��;;,.f:;.'s;::; !..,;:.&-;;).:.,.',�����;.> ;;. rf-cf  ;f, 4v?fi,f?K.i.^5^?S'^::c*nf?er,'es' there -is  m,uch;;sat^sfacdon.-pyer.tiie allowancepf  fish traps this season by the Domiriion  Government.wyB<{, J-i^i ��� ii^H   '"���:..'; ���'���  i':j^Y..;Hi?J)prmar^-;'postp%  vyeltknown;thrpugliout^the ^province,  ^iedat/thislhome^lastaiTrhursdayijn  ;Vpcpuverifpfi^iysipelas.: '--^n ^yr-:Ji  ;->fVjbKri ;Garlson^a':j minerf (was'Skilled  last^aturilay-in   the-::pLeRpiA' mine,  Rbsslaridjr'by;ifalling^d6wri^iaf;.c  from the; lobtptheijbo'leVeli;-? "��;U  fJiThejlaStrlpanpif tllie^big^ Fraser river1  ;.b^d'gevat<Nl|;ivV%^'tjm  swAingiintp>placei' 'and'-the /structure'  'will.slibrtly'blf;6pen ;tb;UralTlc.;;; :^rf-j  ^^rdock^McLec^^  !s\Md tn'alMay .i^'Ne^soiv'vior^he'  ijiijrrJer ''���. of; ���Aleftandef; McDerrnaidi'a  fir S&~���tl$'">?��'h'ra?^-were''miners;  ��'$% '���{��*$$}$?$ ' ^augmentation  comnijttee,T sitting  granted $6.00 to ,their missions^ m';the  Kootenay'district, 'fe^tp Ka'mlbppsj  snd;$95p;ip Westminster, v ','���'; "', "' \  V. JMA9.w^/yernon':.Eaperf. 'the;Okan;  a��an Mera-lcl,,->yi"l 1 appear .in April, a It  will be a. seven-column four-pag^  paper, issued pu Saturdays.; The ne\y  pai>er.:will be Libetal.iii politics. -> .'].'  ���..;.;*An .illustrated pamphlet,; issued ;> by  Golden Board of Trade;; to' secure  lourist travel this season^*is'aprkctical.  sreiisiBre"mbve"m')he"  ^Irfbegp^uc^pfj;: the iGglden-' Star  ^^I^S^tejruljy'gbtfen^^^u^  ��� -v^tAftV'VtK      .��������� _  ;    |!j:;i  ;:>y..y. ...WANTEO.::.,-,. ,-     ' "v"''  square miles, so that it comes next to  jhe British  empire  in' extent among  the. great powers. UTJhe.:..populationJs  i35>oo��rO��0r;T|ncl.udin  The.'; revehiib;|| ^r,o^bloP,ob4|and  the expehditurV-the'same-^TIier^ aW  largeTreserye funds in ;the treasury,  on  !->fj ������&.'/. i'-i |/'5,;;'#-?i''ift�� . -.'        ���'-"...'  Pi"^rf;,,jit|all^entsV;f totaling  about  $250,000,000,'while the sum of $460,-  000,000 is kepTinJgold  in  the  state  ���|bank.i; ?Thefrtreasure of..the churcte  iwhich.is said to be  worth  $500,000,-  ;obp, or even riiorel'tbuld   be  utilized  (in any great national emergency.   The  'a/��a. 9.CJ3Pan.is 160,000square niiles,  ;ihcluding:!Fbrmbsa^rbne-thirdftlar^^  than.thp area; of the United Kingdom.  iHerpppularionis greater than that of  (the^Urifted "kingdomi;,stHridinffs4'j;-  006,000,in.',i900,.and is "increasing at  ....      .   .Ji'':y'^yi^' .��..i...'.:'   a. . t;;.'../;*;.,.^'....  the: rate of 500,000 annually. Her rey-  enueand expenditureareeach $135,;  ppo^pp^i;^and^she,;has jesecre;funds for  Avar.;, tptaling;:abput.;,;$5p,bpp,poo,-;br  ���r4iher.rnbre^ arailable;,pniy;in';a Jgreat  national emergency;;:..  wmmM '.;:,;������ ������. ,1-ikilf  ;^Ywvshcwa;ifcyou don t.   It gives^the news'5 A  ,'i;|^:;th^^��^ri|ary.-:';.Ir v/o:ks. for the Boun-;..  ?.*>3aCT.]^ and not by  ;;p:an^|cI��queff^Hactipiy.!; It is wof'th';,,$jp.pO;":/:'"  t;|lt|^st^(^ijp$2.00;.;:v^ '���������)���;:-^:. :!;i^. ���:���;:���.;���  !'��� :^^-^:/;��i-^..i^.r,W?^'  ���:M*  ���jt..,,  ���(:;  ^    #hy there ;is so; Rii^ch- xed {tapei iim  >��jhe official::adii1ihjstrator's;'bffice..'^  ;'!*P^/a-:������'������'���   .:',���'���; ;^VV'���;��������� ^-      ���'::',','}�� '"    :' ������"���. '���'���  ';^p;fvhy <?W��^r. JapJbr'Rus'smrls^db'^bt  l^^raish (iiipr?;' riea^^war news to'the  ;|��ipublic.,;���,:'/;>- :.'.^<;feS?-.-. '..'������^,���;������.  :���:'-'((.j.'J.'.f  if;?��  p.; ^yJ.vJ;:HilI:does nptmake:|dme  ilsiPhpenix.branch.  ������j'4;.jWPtiph towards; the'cpnsltiSction'pf his  i^^^' .ll ^''^ll^^.: invDominioh  pjelectiori probabilities has subsided, how  ���||| that Parliament is in session.  ^a'i  ..:       , -������������... .   ���   .    !:>���;!  '''^eQiar^represeiiiative'.Trf' ihis|ank  adjoining territories,^ td^'repVeserit'I^nd  advertise an old established' bus^ess  houspcofsph'd^naiicial^andirig^ l^l  ary;:,.$" weekly, with"". expemes%d-  vanced each Monday byicheckJ:������q.jfect  from headquarters. Expenses; kd'^t  ced;: position permanent.'; Welfuriiish  everything.:. Address fHelicblutnjljifi,  6^0 ;Monon' Bide., Chicago III;'. > :*&6t  ^!). !������     :t:A>w.!:-''��      w,;; ^,. '*,���;���(..  ��� (i';."'V- ������ '���������   ��� ���  ���':'<'      ., . ,   ���������;. ���.'...; ; ���..���    i'���>I���  ;,;: i     Sciatic1 RhsuniathmCured.���'���'  "MyJoints'!,were- stiff and'gave^e  much path' anddiscomfdrtV1' r$y joints  would craclc^when.I '5tr^ighit^n>d^up/  ���?,-u>ed,Cftin]^  have: been. thoroughly;'c'urediy; r^fve;  n.^."had'a"pain or ache from  th��$oid  trrtirhlp fo nwmr'mAU**;-; I.   :Ui'j.iL"  ��� ���������o������*aa'����W**#-|>��a)'*(����**"��  ������a��!V^��B^���,;::��� yv;H .7!/?���iK!rhj,-it.o,:,:������  : B^m MINING^:  ������ ?���������;'!'��?:(:;:���! f-:l:! u-yh; y,;:+ :,.��;���,-, '.1^,*  ��� �����:������ ���������.���.��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� e ��� ��� ��� ��� ���'��� ��� ��� ��� ���  ;V; The output of the; entire^ Slbcan''is  'Si��!'Y?r;Mas;started.out on the downward grade. ..���;��� ���,     ���       ''.  ii,-?/The; Iyanlioe ;is increasing < its - force  to 10b men.   vi\f:���';-}���: yMi^^'y. <. v^.-i'/  ''When erected���/the!fRpsebery:vzirici  works' wiIl.employ!25/men..;:;- ;v-: ;v;V  ;:" The' Nettl^Lr and: Triune mines^afe  jresumirig!operatibns^ ih; the Lardeau/"���!  ",,'.' The :Vah Ah.da' 'groups \s ^gradually;  ;increasingits��� outburMtb''thie'Croftbh;  smelter.'. ���':,:?������"���:r."-yy-:^^!\'-'''yyy y-!:r{  ,;The Marbip;Bay miiies,' onfexada  ^iand, shippedj^^i^ tons1 t^;'Croftpn;  smeIttr>"('.i'"-^';.''':;'; "'.;'''''���'.'���;; ���"' :''���-���;  ; 'rhe Ptyti. V?ear.:xn'me,. Rpsslandy  will install an oil concentrator; to. treat  its ores.,..-...        ':.: "       ..'.,-'���'���;' :'':'���;,:;  ������������������������ ; ���'��� ' ���" . ���'-"���'   :i;!.i; :/;y:;;  ��:.;   11 .-.-.��� '  ';.. Last week's Rossland pre shipments  totalled ^ 9,869  tons, : or :i 10,1 r 9, fpr  this,year..j; ���y.rl\Ua\.-.,yyyi.;y i,-^-i'  IniFebriury;the/ryee;mbe.shipped  5,oco tons to Ladysmith and will maintain that rate. ;o.s���-������.,���,-,.: n,..;:;::,-;!:' !-,  1'u To'rbrito" papers - Assert't he .Belgian  ..capitalists.-are secSkhig-10 purchase the  Nelson'srrielterl 'i:i"J���';..'���'���:;���'. iir,uit':���>'���'[  '���������' .'^he F'.s!>er Maiden is shipping its  pre ^to Denver, Col.; where it gets paift  for the'zine'eontained.    :.;'���'���������': ������:���-'���������,  < rTh.^ ^"f".,^ $137/000 \vas':paid put  .at Fernie last! weelc ''.representing' what  the miners had earned in February at  Fernie,: Michel aridMorrissey dollieries.  ::���'..���-���. .S::if :...;;   (.���:���:'-��� I (';-.���'(.I,-..;.,-:;���. .-  if-      .:���  <!:,.The ^Rpj^Npcthpprt sinelter closed  jts..six fprnapes; last ^Sunday .for ten  days.pr twp.weeksjtp.adm  5and the,; installation of a' new ^sampler  and:crusherv,;',; .'���      .        ':''"'' ''"���'������ [������'  -'.-'���'.     ....���...,..���,.,-.   ty��� .   .'''-:::.'-(-:(v;hi r;oi i'  ]; Belgian, capitalists ..have; 1 madman  offer, to minep.virners, tp erect'^vprk'sarid  treat theirJeadpres^for^ippertonirh  eluding freight. ;They want the bounty  kept,, for���.. pre^.'Jreated; jn ^he: Dp-  minibnv'. ';" ''���"���'.���';'���'"' "".'  ., The^^rEnglishcpmpames owning the  ;Yfil_ye,t and Portland mmes, near Ross-  Jand, haye^gone into voluntary t Hquid-  'l!i9n>,b^ii?g ���?'ar"';preiirniha^,;.mbye''''to-  jWards reprgaplEatipn 'and'.'the resurnp  :tion of operations/   ''"' "'"��� '  5 STRICTLY BUSINESS 5  #-.���,-,.^;':^,.':;,;i::..,. ;... ..,..���,_;.;..;:,....:. ...������:.��.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������a��  .���.-������'���' ���:'"'--: :,;,'.,���'.?' :���?'���':���(��� ���-;-:!'.i��XfVf:-l"*'.'i.i'>'      .'"��� '���.-.���  ; The.mahwho waits until he gets  richer to "advertise ;'wil{;''neyer''adverT  |tise;^.^ff(;''? "���.������ ^;;::V-';,:!.:'';^f;:v'5  l'';.';T:WhiieVth'ousands'of'dbllare,-''are'Abs't'  ; ;'.l:V!;,i;iiI...vnf.:���!''! /;�����:"',' ���;fl:?'!;ii>{iV..'----;.;'i 'v.;  yearly through. misplaced . advertising,  jtensVof thousands are lost through not  'placmj; at all..      , ;��� ./,',;  ; .y;iTelljb.uyjjrs-j every thing, necessary , to  convince thern,,that:,:your ;gppds. v are  \yhat .they;:want...;iTell;,;nothing:; that  competitors v.can use to   your, undo-  :;:;!Miinaging: Editor���-What is your specialty? ; ,;;';.;;'  ;'���'���;:' ;.; :\,r'::yr.: '������:i-':iii:;J:  ",;���":Applicant (haughtily)^���I have just  graduatedifrom college.i;';.<|0::i-;ii  ;t;<Editprr-^Well, you inight,accept the  positipnipf-editorfih^liiefjuntil some  okybuKfknpwJedge;jvears p^/,,-;.r,.:, ;;���;  ;;���: Good.''; advertising -is; founded   on  business experience; fP6or.advertising  usually fails for laclc.of it;/; Sometimes  the man who,writes/ good. advertising  has: 'the - business :;experience.: f:More  often 'the writing ;iis ii done,; by; a  rnan  who has the knack of using the business  experience.bf others;;.���:���:-.}. ������;.; ���,;���,,'���ij--.>  :;'Every business man can^have a decided influence in his cbrrimunity.-He  (^ make an impression in many; ways  iftie only starts* right. ^Enthusiasm  about businessthat bubbles over > with;  good fellowship gives i they impresision;  that the;merchahf enjoys his business  and must be making sbrrietning out of;  it;: ^People* like>to: trade-withUiim  '���'..,:    ..  ��� ..rciii,:!. ;���-���  One Lidy's RecoBmenditlon Sold Fifty Boxes  .;     of.Charnberiain's Stomach   ]_'.".������.;  .'.    : r' '    ',an'dLlver'Tablets.'.'  .":���,; I have,'.! beliey'e,rsold. fifty boxes of  Cham berlaih's ���;' StpriiacH v^an'd ;'Liyef  Tablets on the recommendation of one  lady here who first? bought! ajfbpx of  .them;aobuti'a;:yearvagp^S'Shev|neyer  tires of telling her neighbors and friends"  about the good'qualities^ of ...th'e'se"' tabj-  leis.^P.M.SHbre,0Drtggist;RochestbVi  .In^/'',sThe'p1��K^t''purgative'effect<ojr  these Tablets makes .them.: a .favorite  witli ladies everywhere;, For sale, by  ail druggists.,r;,;::_ '���r ^: .���./'' " '*'  Locomotives  For, All Purposes.-  Forjiiiinn  .      ..... insiilHor outbidu servicM'; f"i  ,:;l.c>j!i;iti)! Komi-', for cruiitrariora.   Con;  yijiiil'iii..to operiite, quick 11111I powerfii  Phoenix Aerie  .^MO'.lU.'y-  ���ffi$)\, ;������'.   ���  . J^fM'4' <>�� Friday  W��* 8 jopi.ui., Miners-  ' Onliu Hall.  :   VlBltln.- brtthVeu  ^-^���r-   -j,.   i>,       lordlally Invited.  KdBT;;Iip|KKi;i., I'i����. WM .FtKMING.-Secy  ^5���!\J' t*-,.;. '��,���>' '���: -���"' '-,���'���������������'  I. O. O. F.  8Is-<>WSllpK I.OIJGK NO. 46  Meets every Moiida^Kveiiiiig at Hardy  Hall.  VisltliiB lirellie'ru cordially lnvllitl. f':.'  V r'-v        'f\ '< ��� WV S.l'OOK,fi. ",    ' ,-,   ������  " ,        '       AiS. Wli.ttWiso.v.l'cr.Jlii.gccy  ..-'.--���.����  '.���(43l;(fe  'th!  AND  Union  .     _ ���   ;~ ,      ;;  vuiiieiii. in oiH'niti", ijuick 111111 |ioweriui.  qnii-k. (li;livt;ry,;fiill>v..'giiaia'niecil, a/iv f-ige/anv nqniriil Ivpe, aliv wiiltli of eatusq."  with tiivwiihoiil teudcWJOj     l^:ij:U>fJ/l,;BV;f- ���"'   ��� ; , '������'; --Px ,t'~f f\- V--���-|-v  DAVJEISjRORT| 10C0M0Tiv|g|0RKS, Daveli  Tlicse enjrincs may bti b uii in gurvic^jtt tlieiii'til's of .(irnnlty Ci  I'hociiix, l!.C  ���Jy: ONLY LINE ;:EAST--VlA^v.' '  . '^altltak|viiid, Sv��in ���  ^,A'  ^WoFTttrt^^lLV*-''.^'.;  Steamship tickets to Europe nnd other  foreign countries. r ;*;  ; ':v��mS?P     Spokane Time Schedule;      Arrire;  l; J>��liy| ,��NKtective,Nov;>�� iy3f      D��!ly  ^���JaT^itef MiWr^ToAd Ifom  Coeur d'AIeMe district, Varm- >  ��� liigtoii Garfield Colfax. Pull-    .;,��  man,  ���Moacow,  'Pomeroy,  WnltsbuiK, Dayton, Wa II a      ./.'..  1,^5^v.��.f>v��l^��K<.��;��l��iPn,nakerClty    -jJ;  : V Ji J Is'aiid nil p<ilfi<*K����t...............*. s.10 p ���  4:jo p. iu; KXPK KSS-Por Farniiligtoi     ; ��� '.  Garficlil, Coifaa,   Pullman,'. ?���.���  Moscow,Uwlilon.1'ortUlid   ">;  '. San Fraudsco, Salter City   "���'  and all points KAST:* "'*���.'���."  !..    ;{,.HXPRESS-lfrom,-��H po|��U   V1  Kaat, Baker City, Saw Fran- ������>;  r.i.i ;.::., claco, Portland. Colfax;Gar-   'X-  '.���������     .���������'"<l��,��iidFarraIiiglon-.��.��...n.4oa.iii.  ���Except Suiidayij;,,-, .'���.���V-; .."..;..���.> ,u...;j:.'-fTr;  SHORT IJNK TO CAui^NiiA;  *3..����n Frantiasxfrl^rUandraoBt*.  Sleauiers sail rrom Aliisworlh dock, Portland,  18 p. in. nnd rrom^pear Street Wharf, SanFrau-  jsco, itt 10 a. ui, eyjer^. five day��.4      rt p.- *     -  ���I F'^1" ��* f^i��liaU |.,Fi!ft MVStatfcua. ?      :i  t^ifmM.'er'.1i><uf��i|aftAi5aa to rates'; ti*e ui  tnilrfs^equipoik;ift>etc..'iiddref!> ^ ��� ��  '���?  ?GKO.!J.MbHr;i^t?Geiieral Agent.  Ulveraide Aye.. Spokane. Wash;  Phosiriix Shoe Shop.  ���   .'''I    ������  ;���/.!    ������.vro-ri i..^'- i^-,..,-, ���-  ,���,.'..- j     AllfWprk Guaranteed.  Inppbrted Goods    '  "i'i'. ti.i.'i  *!. :>v.. _  KINE llppXS A^p.SHOES.  MADE TO  ORDER.   ' ! ���  .!!'(!!>;���!  MINERS* AND,PROS  :...'., ,-.,.j,*RACTICAt:i^Ml.l..~������;4���,..._^   . ,/.!pectors; shoes!W.;sPfE'cVAi.TV.  ;������;'���- Shop 'on -Dominion^ ;Aver"J6'  the entire���'-IJ.tJundary.'siiippe\l 680,000 tons ofott^mm  '���������'���   ���������V.i-.jf      ���:.]..���.:���..��� ��}"'%?!   '?  nearly eyeiytoiiiof^yliich *as reduced by '" "? '.''M  y> :.V'  ���������'������]'��� : !��|"'iss'��2K'.B&.*  ': Phoeiiix camp hioiie^liijip|d ,,30,000 tons of ore  last year.   -���"������" '������'���'"���"'        *  _ ,    The PioiK;ei iVpuhlisjied every Saturday and  ahd'issent toaiiypait of Can.i'da or the  Uhifedl #  -.states for :.:,;;'        j ���&*$&itigw��a)&  JSc  !%s*$.* ������%./���  '. -efts*- i^#*?wiiMw>irt *,.  ftiRy.  f~&*t&...��  %TI&(foly^lM��$N, l^Wee .1 ,,,./iiiH  i^t^^W^^W.o^pMliiii.l, NM-  son.Wrantl Folk's wiareiiaulii!.'i      , '  Hu/Fct curs run lietween Spokniic niKl  Nortliport.        : .-��� '��� $&**$!*'''  >.  Jt-eKte. i%. jW. ?*      & ��T   ��.      ��� Lrri��r'  ^lr^irfeS^fe1^��^"-i& �������  ���0:35a. 1 ...-Grand Forks 4:o�� p'. an.  8:.V)a. 111 .......Republic...... ...;. 4 ,s pm.  per year^-or'the rest;of the world /or $3.00 'per/,  'year.   It gives thev??    -;"f '.!:.'".'',������ '"���'''  tatel; all Most!  !* sWRBBCTS  i  -.?i  -.urns.  of Boundary Miiies^and Imelters. I lis, feat less  and independent, and aim's to be '.-...:' -!y,.;!;.  ,::'������^i>owN.^i) pAtE.:''-;'-'-!--'  Your subscri|itioii:-ctin begin at any time',  PUBLI  te" Whv th'afcssp ol-brinrint/ l���l-. Mn   tT2?$e ^^"y Months:;' It, :i*Sc*r-  iJl'rf     W '.'?1"P: ^Wy.a^bsfwonderful linfmeht^   ;MlV!.'.',-l     VTij   J  TilEsrK^flI?^c'y,EPHA^C��S.-P.U*B  ���iar SOAP, heals and softens tlie" skin; whil��  pfomi>tly,cleaiis ug Jt,of.eraiao oil.,r,i��t V.|��  |reo Sample ou receipt of x for poitaee. ilteit  ToUetSoaoCo. Mfrs Montreal.^   -   5   *',      J  Vinar) .vyj,-) ���;">.,;. ^.j?^ j ||  Grand Forks>Phoeni3f  *'-! '���-'*    IW'iiJiu    ,-ji:i;jo:>rjJ-,r(-'Ji:(-,..>''   ''  ������.���(.-.. VManc8:.Greeii^oo<8,,,,  S,*A0B   LINE.  '   Wedb thfe kind you writ,  ';  ""'���'���' but which-..)fuiiTareiy���see���''"���;  the kind that i's Neat;: Clean,'! '���.  ;] Original' affd:Effective.' e ';  .'���'���''." Thi's; tHe'brily cbrnpletely  .'   equipped'friritirigestablish^''-1  'hient!in;'tne;Bdundary:bccu-'' j  'pyirig'iis:;dwh:building.' ;;i,i ;',;j  Can we print for you ? ]  ���'niSiyit)   in   .I'.iif.j!;'   f.Sn'\)'Mif^tKt       I        �����'t���5��^H;>>~i,��r>:cnwooatorhoel(lx,*i,6ii  PTONFT7P   DTTnTTCsiiTXTri  ^n i       Gr5.w2?dA0 <?L*nd ����!k"> ��J-   Office in dreelf'  . ^u^^lk py^L^HING CO. -,,��� ���^t9&����t!1iLtaMlfv*?lK offi��. m Phovj  ���"' ���    ���'���'-'  '��� -' ������' ^���lr$irt *��*��� ftfSm'Uso.'In'priHicHForlBS*  j.f. rover;  PhoeniXj B. C.  Propr'leloi^  Wgiiirji'riBJuiie'istVleave <}reeiiwobd;nt'o'o.ni7  an4,Phoefli��,at7;��a,mja^i<e;atGraiidForlt;>  10:30a. m.,leave Grand Frifk8v345'p7��(.-,irrIvlnF'  ��f fflS��n.'? 7.P- ���,'i; ��nd,,preenwood,at8.;.p. i��.  Connects both waya with Great Northern' tre>s  ��^.rnoeff��.av7^a,m^ami<e;atGraiidForlt;>  Fare~-^raudForkVto"p'h^eniit"llj'^phosnta  I?.?.'!l-,i7?^ ???'a?.re?'lw9od to^hoertlx;' ft' 6if  Ot. Norther office*.  For axpreM latei,  uquSfl  At #ltb��r Affin>.   fi'-'ir;    ff/ff,f.-,   -.-ff ������-. J ��� - v  PHOENiX,Bi C  j'.'-:jiJ; .iv>& ;r-b'      ,|-  TICKETS   teykfl   PoMts  St i*aui, buluthjj Minneapolis;  ;:"!:.; ..-. ::;<; Chica|o^ ! . ;   ���������.'���  .':.,.;,, AND,^l.L POJNTS EAS-r. ���  Seattle/yictoriaJa^co^a^Poitlahd,  :      AN;P;ALL PACfirfc CO &T  .,.     ,, :       -   I'OIXTS.^ ���:���������' i    ���-..  ��� ���'.���'>���;!. ���i'>}.Tti       '    f f        ��� ?   - ���  Tlirongli 1'ulure ami T01L i.-l '.Sl-f i>i-ri��.  '' Diniiig aiitl I5iiiri^Siiii��kiii(i|.ilii��:y  '2;;|ii;; Tra&i dJ^  ..; For^rtvloe ,tiii| folili^f 111I Mill liifofiiiii-  tion iTgardlitir tripN klboir or! Hildr<-rB  any agentiof the S. K. JEN. Hailwuy,,br  ^,,A. JAtycso.N,       \u\BttAKdT, fr'  ,    G.F.&.P.A.,      f '.fO.-P.ifT.*.;  -���-* "<��� '8]iokane.     t.70"i W.TiKsversiile,  'm     ���. ..Wash.   J1 JSpotaiie.Wii.  -��� ':''":-"^."'--. C v-   x m  Lake,  . ^-^-^..'iTIie most perfecty appolnStedJftallh  *ud Pleasure Kesort in iHe West, wlih icam-  pletesysteni of Batlis-mctaaiiiB TurkltKaii I  Russian. Open the year round? The carallve  propertiea of its waters are uiiequalcd   tt  irklsb.  ue cifrt  iBcJ Nervous-' ��uuV_,S(u��-  i,|l.l\rer.. an| Sloniacli  syatem ���     -.- ifcfil�� JPolaoiaf* frJUptbe  *J^J&I��i!r_?�� t,,e Kenery  is funrjjlled.  JflVoubfe^li'E  a - J. KHoMfl  Syatem  k,"lft' "* w.  I    J^"V.l,K'Xacht>1e.fi��Iilne,shootlnc, eicutefous.  ^Na-iafaaMs^H-auLj  i!5Si^��.,ts wln^er ����m��l�� 1�� uuaurpas<���� for  ^5SS5Eiafi?BSSfflS5l^^ ���r~:i-���rt-i*~-������� *i ��   -a"*-r t '^gffeiwaV1**** ' ���w^-���������,tm*-^,it*���w��-i��">i-ii���/��in ������*������������    ���f- j ���������i i������ ���>���r��� -^i�����������.-..._,.. i^���^,.     if rj ;'>" A Few of the Many Thousand Testimonials  Received by Our Specialists.  |. T. Bedford Jones, D.D.,  Archdeacon of Ontario.  1 name ol Archdeacon Jones is  |om one end of Canada to the other  | ihe Irading clerics of the Church  inl in this country. The Venerable  It un is a brother of one of the heat'  oilL-t- of London, England, and ia  (biiM.D.,  which   adds   further  |o hi: testimony.  BtCTORV, BlIOCKVlLLB, 0*iT.,'  June 15th, 1901.  (>elur:  i r ming passes prescribed by some  Hist oculists in London, England,,it  i pleasure to inform you that nono  i\(".i me that complete satisfaction I  Ij.jy. 1 do not hesitate in saying the  j you made mo lust summer at Win-  fare all von recommended them to be.  le at liberty to refer to ine any time  prtificate of proficiency., '','."  t.bi:dford jo'nes^d:t>.,  Afchdoacon of Ontario!  Rev. Father' Slattery   .  j Su|��rior of Ihe Mount Cashel Chria-  iHrutkrs, of St. John, N,F., and is  |n all over Europe, as well aa Canada,  > of the leading educationalists of the  i'h oi Home.   His letter speaks for it-  Mr. Caskel, St. John, N.F.,  December 18th, 1899.  " Doctor:  !l was genuinely aorry when you left.  Kity,for, though using glasses for yenro,  Vt no one who seemed to go to the root  la: trouble as you did. Your system of  ling and filling sec-moil to mo perfection.  five jieifeut cam; and comfort with tho  f-ses you mailc for me.  Yours very respectfully,  J. L. SLATTERY.  Prof. R. H. Fletton.  Mr. Pleasant, 11th Avk.  bar Doctor;  1 am anxious to testify to the excel-"  Stice of the glasses supplied to nw wife and  t.YSClf.  lioth cases were of a complex nature,  |��t you have, by care and attention, ful-  Bllcd your promise and wo are both very  fomfortabie an to-sight, in consequence.  " ��u can make whatever yon like of this.  Youra faithfully,  11. II. FLETTON,  Professor of Music.  Principal H. B. A. VogeL  Vancouver, B.O.,  March 8th, 1902.  Dear Doctor:  I would like to Inform you that tho  " glasses, aa well as the spectacles, that you  have sold me, have, and are atill giving me  very good satisfaction: in fact they seem to  have almost cured my eyes, which had  been badly affected on account of teaching  by light, I suffer no strain at all in my  head any more.  I shall highly recommend any of my  students to make use of your skill it they  require such services.  1 am, Dear Sir,  Youra very truly,  H. B. A. VOGEL,  Principal Vogel Commercial College.  :**  Mr. Frank Richards.  i     -   ���   '    Vancouver, B.C.,  March 12th, 1902.  Dear Doctor:  The glnaaea, which you scientifically  examined, my eyea for, give entire eatiafac-  tion. All the inconveniences and uncomfortable experiences I waa previously subject to, have entirely disappeared.  I have been fitted by profeaaional oculists in England, and none have given me  greater satisfaction.  Aa you are aware, mine ia not an ordinary case. I have a complication; of  troubles; it gives me, therefore, more  pleasure to testify to your ability and courtesy.  .   Yours faithfully,  FRANK RICHARDS.  ���'. ���' '"'<**���:- .  Rt. Rev. Bishop of Charlottetown.  One of the beat known and most beloved Roman Catholic Biahopa in Canada,  writes our firm over his own aignature a  pereonal letter of appreciation of the treatment afforded him, aa follows:  Charlottetown, P. E.I.,  June 21st, 1901.  Dear Doctor:  I have much pleasure in informing you ���;  that the two pairs of glasses your Optical  Company prepared for my. eyea have given  me complete satisfaction; and I have had  no trouble with my eyesight since I began .  to use them. I asaure you they have been  of that good quality,which you represented  them to be. I remain, dear doctor, yours  respectfully.  ��� j. o. Mcdonald.  .  Rev. E. E. Scott  Late President Methodist Conference of British  Columbia, now of Ontario.  Dear Doctor:  I have had more to do with oculists  than the average man. At one time-1 waa  for a considerable period practically blind.  I have consulted apecialiata of every degree,  and have undergone different courses of  treatment; but never with better resulta &8  far as glasses are^csoncerned than with thoao  BUpplied me by Dr. Jordan.  1 cannot apeak too strongly of the services Dr. Jordan rendered me in supplying  me with these glasses. I should be very  aorry to ace injustice done a man who ia  evidently a maater of his profes8ion, aa well  as a reputable man of business.  Thanking you in anticipation for this  apace,  I am, youra, etc.  E." E. SCOTT,  521 Homer Street.  Vancouver, January 22nd, 7902.  ���    '     &\   ..  i  WINNIPEG  The following is an abstract from the  Winnipeg Daily " Free Press," and ia only  ona of hundreds of casea that might be  cited from the Prairie Capital.  INTERESTING CASE OF AN   OCULIST'S SKILL  Talking the matter over the other day,  Mr. Coojicr explained tbat he had been a  gryat aufferer from bad eyesight almoBt  since he was a child, and had his eyes examined nearly twenty times by.the best  oculiata in the Province, but one after another they failed to give him that clearueaa  of vision which.he desired, and had to acknowledge themaelvea beatcln in the taak.  One noted specialist in the North Weat had  a pair of glassea made for him, but he waa  unable to wear them on account of the discomfort which they produced, and for the  last live years Mr. Cooper had given , up  trying to get proper glasBea until hearing of  the remarkable work of the Boston Optical  Company, the well known eye specialiat8.  He, aa a last resort, consulted Dr. Jordan,  the Resident Manager in Winnipeg, who,  after a brief examination, told him he could  give him tbat clearness of, vision he 80  ���much required, and soon demonstrated his  . ability to do 80 by providing him with  glassea which produced vision such aa he  had never had before, "and," added Mr.  Cooper, handing his spectacles over to the  reporter, for examination,' "I have now-  worn these remarkable glasses for over two  weeks and they aTe giving me perfect satisfaction." A look at the glasses ia enough  to convince the most skeptical of the acience  displayed by Dr. Jordan, while the workmanship ia certainly moat creditable to the  manufacturers who executed the order, and ���  aa the reporter shook hands with Mr.  Cooper on parting, he could not help but  think that there was one man at least  whom modern science had made happier  and more able to discharge tho duties which  daily fell to his lot. :���",    '...���-  *  .'    Si' U *" I  ^ t?  ����� ojk'l>.iu., .Miucri'  Oiiliu Hal).  Vlililng   lirtthrcu  cordially iuvlud.  ItOjnT,:lIO��KKI,l , I-iw. WM .laKMlNO.'Btcr  <A FEW OF OUR GILT-EDGE references  Mr. T. F. Neelands, Mayor   Mr. James McQueen, Alderman./ Vancouver, B c  Mr. Blackmore, Alderman..    ,        do      'do  ^.E.E.Scott,PreSidentMethodi;t Confer^        *>���        do."  Rev.toland D. Grant, M. A., D. D.. First Baptist Church  do'        *>.  Rev. Trueman Eishop, Baptist Church ? ^         do: do  iicv. Mr. Green, Methodist Church  ���'-.       do. do  Rov.C.-Bryant,       do. do '< :..       do. do'  Rov. Frank Coleman, Methodist Eva^t "'        do. da  Zj?^^9m^^^^^:." ���'  do-  "*  Re' T Bedf    7' ( T���' ^^ Motherhood) Prince E^��cd Island.  R" V W ^    T'iD-D"Archd���of Ontario        St John* N. Fid.  R^U.W.Baer, Methodist   BrockviUc, Ont  Rev. Joseph Hall, Pri. Indian Mission,.     Nanaimo, B. 0 '  Rev. Mr. Sennings,'    do do'  ChilhVack, B C  Rev. G. Edeer ^      ���    ,   ' ���  Rev WD n n       t d��     ������'��� :  P��rt Simpson> B- C  ^lc.^^U^tC��**��'." China Hat) B. c,  R-. R.S.Wi8ton; Christian Churct. *�� .".~: ��  ReT^red^^ C^rloUeW, P. E X  Rev. Aled Andrew Methodist Church...  '-        do. do  J^x. Lt.-Governor Mclnnes Af n   w    .  HomDavidHealevuTl  'v.              "-Wan.  Hon.A.B.Morine^w^10"^ ZZ  V���> ����� C.  ��^��^  Ne^:ndIa::  .UJS,cl,ol, Editor Daily Province.  St. Johns.  Dr. Reynolds, Editor -Ledger -   Vn  Hon   7  w n     i       .   ������      X ancouver, B. (J  -lion. J. i<. Garden, A^L.a   ,  Dr. Boggs, Physician    ���'           , do'  Hon. D. Murphy, M. p..."; ' '"/"         ^       .do-  Postmaster Miller     Westminster, B. C.  Hon�� ���,���---ciii;;t).: ~:::z^Z��?c  ^apt. Geo. A. Huff, Ex. M P   .        '      C"  *:^'ttta^*^��-'^*.':.'::::::::::;;: ���-^Uo*1  Mr. J. H. AshwelHT  r"a"i",7.   WlnniPeg, Man.  ��- W:Ha,uICK^A9,"rell*a>��) ..!.!!! !"���. b. c.  a.h.b. v.e9i,p���ta;Vo���,,8C - ';.'���' cmii^,B.c.  H.K.Ev<,M�����,p���f.0,j���Mi;1"OMW1*'         V��n���uveriBc  R.H.Flitt�����,      do.       ,,0                 ''<������        do.    - ���  fw��ru'toh"'rmpG�����"��������' :::::-������---- ir f  J. W. Payne, Mg Dir Tho xr     .   do.  ^g-wir. ine Keystone Press Pr,   m   W���  Including about 40 OOfH    ��� '   W    do-  / J'Urt of the continent.  S����KSS>*��  v'JLt-.HJt*.*-��*-._���, ��� ���,..,  of Boundary Mines ^and Smelters.   . It is leailess  and indenendent. nnd nm,Vin k��� OR. JORDAN,  . pnKmioxrir.y  . T. O.TOVVNLKV, ESQ..  " ''     VIC���.f��K��IDlNT, ���  or. J. a.:ukc,  rAIIT.ttIN.'MANAHH.  DR. O. A. MAOUIRE. '   DR. WHITEHEAD,;,fi   'A  ��� UPT.Or A>tNC{��. ' ��� CCntTARY-TRIAaUIICH. I  ... ; aOklCITON*,..  TOWNLEV, WEANT A ROS.O.  ,-.   BANKCRS,  THE ROYAU BANK OP CANADA,  CAPITALIZED AT  $100,000.  HEAD OFFICES : W  334 Hastings St. ���'  anrauvBr.  s.  Lr-.  EYE MEW OF THE 20TH CENTURY.  Whose livea are devoted to alleviating human suffering by nature's own remedy, "properly  filled fflatneg." These men do not ask your patronage because they are old spectacle dealers  and back numbers, but because they are qualified, up-to-date specialists, whose extensive  practice in all parta of Canada and Newfoundland baa left a record on their trail that they  may well be proud of, and one that can never be effaced.   (See last page.;  OR. JORDAN,  PRESIDENT AND MANAOINC DIRECTOR.  Dr. Jordan, 1'resldcut and Miinag-  liifi Director ofthis Company, 1�� one  iifllii'fi'W experienced iiprrntiira In  Hie Dominion nl Citnudit mill llif  1'nlted State-, and Ills name Is a  household w<inl fiom the Aliunde to  till' Pacific Coast. He 1ms already  ("tnljtlslicd four of the largest OpII-  f��l Institutions In British Xorll)  America, mill hug I1111I the opportunity of alleviating the vcryv. oriil  cini'HOf eye troubles ever known to  Mli'tiri', which  ninny of Ills  testi-  IllalllljllH M-Ul 6llO\V.  DR. J.GRAHAM ORE,  A����IBTAHT GENERAL MANAGER.  Dr. J. Graham Ore, Asst. (General Manager of the Company, although a young  mini, lias, by genius anil Industry, thoroughly mastered the science of Refraction  and is one of the best known Optometrists In the Province of B.C. He is on expert  in detecting symptoms and diseases of the eye, but limits his practice to correcting  all complication*, and failure of the sight by glasses. Dr. Ure, up to the time of amalgamation with the Great West Optical Co., operated, for the past six years, ono of the  largest optical Institutions in the. city of Vancouver. He is a graduate of the  Optical Institute of Canada and the American Optical College, also a member of tbe  Canadian Association1 of Opticians.  Dr. I>. A. Mngiiire Supt. of Agencies, lute of Toronto, Ont., whose photograph appears below, though still a young man, was one of lliellrstgraduatesof the Optical  ....;. Institute of Canuda to qualify himself  for modern practice. The-foundations  of his optical training were laid in the  Toronto hospitals, where lie had exceptional opportunities of Investigating the  results of glasses in the treatment of  epileptic cases. Dr. Magulre has continued steadily improving his position  in keeping abreast .with the times by  improved methods and is eminently  qualified by experience and training.  V  <s  SSS  TO YOU!  ^  If you value your health, happiness, and eyesight, you  cannot afford to cast this aside.  It telle you of the success of our specialists in alleviating the most complicated eases of eye troubles by  glasaes of our own compounding.  If you are semi-blind, it tolls you how wo restore your  sight.  If your eyes are perfect, it tclla yon how to keep them so.  J  DR. D. A. MAGUIRE,  SUPERINTENDENT OF AGENCIES.  Dr. C. A. W. Whitehead, is a registered  optometrist of the California Slate Board  of Examiners In Optometry, and has practiced successfully for many years in San  Francisco, Santa Knsn and llcaldsluirg,  California. He win ussclated with the  celebrated oculist, llurnetl Newell Dow of  San Francisco, and Bernard Barnard of  Santu Itosu, California, and his name Is  well-known in Callfornlan optical circles.  OR. C. A. W. WHITEHEAD,  SCCRCTARr-TREASURCR.  REAP EACH PAGE CAREFULLY. THEfU CONSULT US. The Largest Staff of "Doctors of Optics" and  Associate Physicians in Canada.  At enormouB expenditure, we havo  gathered togother the largest ataff of eminent Eyesight Specialiata in Canada.  Our aolo aim is to give tho patienta the  best treatment regardless of trouble or coat.  Never before has any inatitution been  conducted on ao grand a acale; never before  haa a Canadian Co-operative Optical Co'y.  been incorporated, and never has a Canadian inatitution employed more specialists  of international and inter-provincial reputation.  The Graat West Optical Manufacturing  & Supply Co'y, Limited, ia incorporated  under the laws of British Columbia, at a  capitalization of $100,000.00 for the purpose of manufacturing spectacles and eye- ���  glaeseB, and supplying the same direct to ���  patient from factory, through the chain of  branch offices and specialiata we are locating throughout the Dominion.  Every patron of this Company will receive the personal attention of a qualified  optometrist. The optometrist who examines  your eyes haa been examining eyea like  yours day in and day out, year in and year  out, for years., On completion of examination, he knows, all about your caae, and  whether you require optical, medical or  surgical treatment. If medical or surgical  treatment ia necessary, you should then  consult your family physician and be guided  by his advice.  In addition to having the services of  skilled specialists, this company takes a  personal interest in their patients, and if,  in any case, the glasses do not prove entirely aatiafoctorv, the company at once calls a  consultation of its specialists and they discuss every particular phaac of your case.  They get before thorn the written records  of hundreds of cases exactly liko yours.  They go over and compare the symptoms of  these various caseB with the symptoma of  your case; they notice the particular combination of glass ground for all these cases,  and exactly what results these glasses have  produced. Such treatment ia scientific.  But the individual optician who ia deprived  of this association and treata difficult cases  without resort to such records, and not  having treated hundreds of cases like youra,  ia truating more or less to guess work ;  therefore he is experimenting. Besides,  your local optician is accountable to no one  but himself for the results which he produces. In this company each specialist is  held strictly accountable for your correction.  A. written record ia kept of your case,  and,' if after a reasonably lair trial your  glasses do not prove satisfactory, his name  is submitted to tho Board of Directors, with  a written statement, of your case, and,' unless the specialiat can show good reasons  why tho glasses' are not giving satiafaction,  his services are dispensed with and your  case is placed in the hands ol another; thus  the optometrist's salary and hia living depend upon his obility to do scientific work.  If your eyes trouble you, you cannot  afford to trifle with. them if you get  the projier glasses in time you may experience again the true joy of perfect eyesight,  but if you delay a month or so it may bo  too late.  HEADACHES.  The dictionary defines a headache, technically termed cephalayiu, aa: "'An ache.or  .pain in the bead, ariaing from any cause."  This cause may be due to ccrebral.discaso,  congestion and anemia .of,the bruin, functional nervous disorders, derangements of  the stomach and liver and to relies cauacs,  such aa diseaaea of tho. nose, also to the  strain which results from imperfectly formed  eyes trying to do the work of perfectly  - formed onea, etc., etc.  Headaches due to eye-strain are the  most frequent, in fact aomo authorities  place the percentage aa high as eighty-fivo,  estimating that more than eight headaches  out of every ten are due to this cause alone.  The largest number of hcadachea are  those which BCem to lie located in the forehead, at the temples aud at the back of the  head just above the neck, the latter frequently manifesting themselves in a so-  called "sick" form, because accompanied  by nausea.  In view of the many kinds of headaches  that aro variously termed "billious," "dyspeptic" and "nervous," etc., it would seem  only reasonable to infer that most of them  have more than a single, cause licbind  them.  Another name for eye-strain is "muscle  fatigue," and ao when there is a disturb-  " ance in bodily nutrition, due to improper  food, a bad stomach or tin erratic liver, all  of which interferes with innervation, or the  force that operates muscles, then it is easy  to see how an overtaxed eye muscle will  readily tire and show its fatigue in tin; form  of an ache or pain, for nature generally  gives ample notice before she breaks clown',  the chief trouble being that mankind is not  intelligent enough' to interpret the  Mil  or thoughtful enough to heed the w urn  Many persons with eyes ao imra. '    t  formation as to cause these organs i   in u  utmost u conatant state of muscle uhe  atill iiosaesa enough nerve-force to in in -u  this strain and avoid headaches, until   n  acute digestive, or other disturbance i u  tho general bodily tone,'when an :uh   i  the head manifests itself and the imli i  blames tho disordered stomach, v, hii i   i  eye strain had-not been a factor ihi     m  nch trouble would not have been utn'ii  in itself to cause the distress.  Therefore, a wise thing for any |�� r  to do who ia subject to headaches i? t  aorue able refracting optician nnd lmu '  eyea properly examined, no mutter �����'   '  , .the vision ie good or.bad, for gooil vi  one thing and eye strain ia quite iinoil r  CO-OPERATION OF  PHYSICIAN AND OPTICIAN  The more advanced medical incn c' i1  day are lieginning to appreciate ill  vices that truly modern opticians rati r  der them in reporting ujwn the uptierl  dition of their patients' eyes.  Un the   '  bond, truly modern opticians nru liej-'it  to  appreciate   the services which f'  physicians can render them, by giving I  patients advice as to the iiupnrtaixv t'  alone wearing their ghwea prc>i>erly ���  also, in caring for tbe general hwlth- 1  it will be seen that co-ojioratiiiii ii''1  physician and optician ir> like co-o]wp  between physician and dentiat: of val  all concerned.  The subject ot physiological oj>i  rather complex for tho lay mind to re  grasp, nevertheless, the intelligent r  ���  ia.fast learning that the causation '���>''  aches and many nervous  ciiinliiioi^   ^  greatly relieved by the itdapiatioiiof gk  which depend for their huccpw ii|<in, *  might truthfully be called,   "liiu'lu-r  chanics," for, after all, tho in.ikin.', "<"  ing and fitting of lenses to oyc��. ii= i"r  aolc purpose of bending rays of hfc'lit'  .to produce a proper focus without wn  the least strain or tension on the ">��  of adjustment.  Medicine, in thcac caws is r0'!'1'^  for tho improvement of the (.���encml Ii"  only. It can be seen, then,f'��e, ��l'.v!'  sician and optician ahould woik t"��l',li  MOTE.-A1I family physicians are our"  eoolato physicians.  i  f  i ' l  t fc��*��  r  m  t  ' > fit  it*  [*,�������  r oat  t  ��  ���rift  A PARTING WORD WITH YOU.-H you really wish perfect vision; if you have any Jle81ie ^.^,,  acain the boM comfort that properly fitted glasses will bring to you; in justice to yourself, consult these h>  a,e second to none in their particular branches.   Thousands of patrons throughout the Dominion arc \u.ir  fitted by them, and havo testified to the excellent results obtained.    (See what a few of them have to say on 1  >:t iic 3-)  ajiSrSSJl* iimuimu^..  ��� ������*,*��j��*pmv.lJ.".J  *immwmHr  ���'>.?y&fP:& >  ������   :��  ���--.���,.���: �����!���.-..-:    r -  ,v J IS THE   ONE   which : you = hide   away;  &.$*��*$  fch   earns:  you r fuothirlgj' Mid iwhi*lf|1  -��      "     '-J:- *: ' |;||' s4'   '"*   ai'*J  fi'lu'V^f  a  ~^f^��fc$ble. to:'.:;'ttjrh Jtirf iti^ife.f��� litliok  a moment's warning.  A Live Dollar  is the  one which' you  t *������?����� *-j5vV*i-%',  '���?�������  ;i4^^n^piS BANK where it is always  '"��.safe'-ffi  '���wfuw^-fvp-*'.'  OROIIENORO  L/V'/r  Mqre Tonnage From'Summit  ������V  Camp Mine. ,j, :  F.WfMACLENNAN NEW SUPERINTENDENT  ���'.   ���������"%    ���      I.'.'.:. ^'    'i:v..     ';.'���-.    '���.-.'���.  >f:*..  " ��� ������ ���  'ia  ti-eiy(rs*��-���������.-.-     ������&..  -4      fit- : .. .^j!"t -��.    .an. "is  <iw SJ----T  ^���K^lgJO'��I  JM  1  i j.  Do You Want MSavr $25 in Dup  f a U. ex;/�����:  iii buy. iIk'.T.   ...   ���  '" v/^* XMW'iii yCanaila;. 7'^: ^ A:'  * * 4 Stanford Visible Writer^  whirli/.jivcs I'i'if* el Work.in llf-lioilett  t iinif with i he j,'"reiij'i'rtj'iM''iv.upM|liii) til ion.'  Propyrfy Has'shipped'22,000 Tons Since' Last  .     Jnly ���(iood Chance For Dividends ia tbe  C    ;#w Future/^f:f   y-/-/^-^^ -y-  '������':    \ ���     '   .. .-������.'   :���     /.-.  -' r   '">���'"���   '       ' '-���<  ... ITie Oro Denoro mine, .Summit'  Jcamj>, is distant three miles in a direct  line from Phoenix and two miles ..from  JShoJt on the Phoem* Branch of theC.  ���^old-copper ore has been shipped, Ihe  present output bejng 11-001,750,19^150  -tonsjer, week. Tliisr ore is "taken" from  !twdi'quari-ie.s. There are besides these  quap;i<^|^  ' apjiarent quantity lias , been found,  three pf these being  in'-, tuniiefs'lyinu  railway facilities are "secured, as "they  ^J^^^feyTih^nth's^,, .-./'\, / v��-  The Oro Denoro mine was acquired  a year ago by the Denoro Mines,  -Ljfliifed, |r^u|ef "'EffSmith Curtis;  1 who is'/ltsl5iianagin|vdirector and sec-  retary. Virgin ground was last April  broken under the superintendency of  R. H. Anderson (now superintendent!  of thelieRoi mine), and'in,,v> days  snipmefitS could'have'been- made had  there been shipping spur tracks; these  were secured .in ,,July ,last, and ever  since the property Has been self-sustain-  ingr^nd. is .novv.^he; third shipper in the  Boundary..-.-     ������ .���#��� ���...������  ,'���.���.������':'.���.-  Two moiUhs ago the'Granby bought  a large blqck; of treasury shares, which  puts the Denoro Co. on a sound finan-  cidl basis. "The Graiiby Co. also contracted to treat the output of the two  quarries" at 'its GrandVForks smelter  upon'terms' whiclj; applied  to  all the  TTRT  V. |. in the ypu^ry^distrjct^ilB.^ fcore that. ha#dj'h|en:shipped,^would give'  .Sincbjjuly iasP.'sb'ml^.zzfooo. tcfns4)f 'a?crea^profit!a*Gpw all''costs of over.  "'''       ������'���-������ ' '-���    - ~i-:������-���?->   ������     $1,50 per ton;'  This-is a  substantial  profit for a; large low, grade proposition..  The Tennessee ..CopperCo. which has  just paid a dividend of'a quarter of a  '���^jllior^ althctuidi^wnjjjg^and /making  profit o.u|!of it^melting and" cori'vert-  ing'piafitsjTrtf^orTs a"total"p"r6fi'F"of  ���y-.^ ���  'T'.  WrllVfurfHti.lojjm'iip  ViiiMirtn zfx?\ki, '^HrH^t. que  r5  '"  VAm^MEM STABLES  '   'I he best-established and.if^tilaivij hiistcliy^.nliv flmii ���  diiiy. ���":'VV'O aie-i.-eiitrally lor.ated ip oiir,.uew s'aides with  ���n (.'(iinpli.'le.putnt oi,S.idjlie..iiud. Diivin^ . I.|.<.��r.,*i;s..,   I:he--  best nl' rigs.,     i'.irii'rs   tli'i'vcn   to .any llniitniaiy /poii.!.  'The Best Lethfaridge Coal promptly delivered.  , Large.  y*U v��" ���41J;!tSt0clc'af Dry Wood.      >':' ������������;'��� --��� ;-:."V  '"    ':          "    ���*    "���    ���������    li'   l~   '���'   'rr^-���~H   >�����,.��r:vt   a*   a   Hi-yT  "J :MdntSro������': & McDonald������'  .'belb\f fHe'railway aiirJ'ilot availableuhj  til a spur -track is built-Lait ?tlk- base:  of the. hill* upon   which'  the "ore exs  >.-$ :JU  '���J     %..  Vj . it  1 ifV -ppsures arp,';Jh the ,No. 2;:tunnel Etliei  "rr .is; over..40 ;feet'iof:orl cutVl a'tefflh <  ���  ���.  ��� '������  ���  ���  .a  ���'  .������ �����  �����:,;  ; ������;'-'  ��� ',"  ��� :��� ',<  ��� -'  I'HOICNIX.  MARKET..  '���'.1 '.(  '':  ��� L^��JI /JIM'^-^VO-;; '  HKA��'P'i'l'"|CK FOR liaUNDAKV^HKKKV'GRKKNWOob, i:  ^' Markets it Neisory,' Kaslo, 'I'hree^'Fofk's/Sahdonr'Slocan City","'" .,yj  ��� iisiSilverton, ^ew*Denverj.iymu%,Saluio,J<.ossland,4'rail,Cascade,,,-'^' *������  ��� .    .".Grand Forks, Greenwoodj^Midway, Niagara and-Phoenix;. ^   -       ���  'Si ������������������;����������������������� im ��� ���,���.���;�� a ��� ��� ��������������#* ��� a ���#*�� ��� a a o'a ��� aa'a^f ��������� ���"  LINE.  i uL&ve^I'Ji'^eni^ki' io'a. fti. Lea\^<ireetiWQod;4t;3;p:siii.;.  ���     ���.   :-���     '';���,.':���/���'.   j    . -.���   1   ��� .. .   -Ki     . ',    .'   .-"   -   1-     ���>'.'   ,- ��� ..' : ' . "*�� *'  iere  fith of  r^o'feet, showing tl)e< highest; values  yet foiii^-"o|i;tji^fpi%|jty-|^ix tons  of the better class of ore from  it  cave'  "'��� ..-.:-;'v   -ft    '&���*,.-.. ^    ^������.J-:     ��     * ���'  djrer 10 per1cejit.i(*copi)e:r-j and! $i;Oj  gjild arid silverptrjejfV.-.Ina few-week.^  whenrtheisnow-is gone,'���Uwo largessurr  (ace exposuresHvillJ be'opened-up" and  it is expected'' that by ./urie the output  will be" lnrm��1v inrrf>nQ,>H    "   ' ' fi  $ i .j45''-per ��tbfr.-^''T'H,e* big^Aaiacdnda  Copper Co., at Butte, having .paid $23,^  250,000. inpprofits',"-i makes '^out-, of; its  rfiining, smelting,- converting arid re-  ifining* i'fs jGwn^oVes ''less than $2 pe?  ton." 'The great' Tread will rgold mine,"  in Alaska,,which has, paid its,owners  oyer $5,000,^600 in"divideridsfrna.de a  tu % '��-. r+- * -^ ��  V. '&  E.-  wiirbei.largelyjncreased.Li  The extension of the. V.  railway (of the Great Northern system)  frAn-GBm'dlE&rlcsiJK) Phoeri'ix'-wQlv Be  ' ���*    < f i i  I r"-'  v%     "���' i '��� '���" ���'      * i ���*��� ,'���'  comrhehced'fins' spring;' and  will  be  built across'tlie Oro Denoro and provide shippings facilities from' the three  tunnels. This,will allow .a great"ex-  pihsion in shrpmeiits before'.ilie !endi  of the year.-" Arrangements; are ��� underj  way.for.development oiva considerable;  scale; under charge'of a skilled super-i  ihterident, Mr! F.'W. Maclerinaii,, ^I.l  !E.,' who has"been ei igaged w'ith'a view to'  iucreasing-shipriients to 2,500 or 3,000  tons per.week, when : these additional:  j.net profit last' year of but" $1:69:"''per^  tdii. In fact, with few-'exqeptipnS,-fthe'  big dividend.paying copper,.gold,��� -iron  and coal compahies'Tnake 'a;* profit'of  6ut $i-tot$2 J5er<:tbn"or'less' onl/their  output.-..   ��� .,.-...._.. r.-f If.  J If the ore bodies of the'Oro Denoro  groye^asMxtensive asthej-many'slarge  exposures of ore seem 4e indicate.-rthe  chances for a large return to' the'sharer  holders out of a-het-'profir-of^i >per  ton, would seeni,to.be;exce!lent,-~The  'rnanagement'df the:' pro '-Denoro '* has  jfeeen careful and; economical;f the  ���total cost of mining, the., ore .running  'from 45 cents to So cents pert'oh anrj  ,'corripaniigJfvery favorably:>vfith? the  largest mines of the district It is not  imprphableithat the Oro Denoro wnll  jer^tejr. Jie,dividend list^\ithin the near  future^"  Jobbing Promptly Attended to|W  Full Line of HalcS?  0%  .......Shop ,011 Dominion Avenue......  5fji  fe^,.^^,   ���rff  Are the Peculiar Ills Brought on by Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs.  (Peruna Is a. Tonic Especially Adapted t�� Their Peculiar Diseases.)  I Cmtmrrh Is a very, frequent came ot  I tbat class ot diseases popularly know a  as female .weakness. ���. ��� Catarrh ot tbe  pelvic organs produces such a variety  of disagreeable and Irritating symptoms, that many people���In tact, the  majority of people���have no Idea tbat  tbey an earned by catarrh. ��� '1  A great proportion ot women bare  some catarrhal weakness which baa  been vailed by the various doctors aba  has consulted by as many different  names. These women bare beam  treated andnavetaken medicines, with  no relief, simply because tbe remedies'  arc not adapted to catarrh. Itlstkrottgb  a mistaken notion as to the real nature  ot the diseases tbat these medicines  have been recommended to them.  It all the women who are suffering  with' any form ��� of female < weakness  would write to Dr. Hartman. Columbus, Ohio, and give blm a complete  description ot their symptoms and the  peculiarities of their troubles, be will  Immediately reply, with complete directions tor treatment, free ot charge.'  ��� "Health and Beauty," a book written  especially tor women, seat free by  Dr. Hartman,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Miss Allca Dreaaleir, of No. 1813 North  Bryant Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., writoa  aa follows concerning Peruna:  "I waa raffaring from catarrh of tha  throat and head. One of my collage  friends, who waariaitlng me, aaked ma  to try Perona and I did so and found 11  all and more than I had expected. It  not only cured me of the catarrh, but  restored me to perfect health."���Allca  Dressier.  Miss Mamie Groth, Platterllle, Wis.,  writes:".',,,"  "I have for several'.years suffered  witli frequent backache and would for  several days hare splitting headaches.  Several of my friends advised me to  take Peruna and I asked my physician  what he thought of it. He recommended ' it 'and so I took it and am  entirely without pain of any kind now."  ���Mamie Groth.  In a recent letter from No. 2 Grant  Aye., Jienrer, CoU, Mrs. Ida I*. Gregory  Writes: .:-'<���,v;:.-:  "Some six years ago my husband suffered with nervous prostration, and  advising::with a friendly druggist ha  brought home a bottle of Peruna. Hla  health was restored from its use, hla  appetite waa Increased and restful sleep  came to him."���Ida Iu Gregory.  Miss Florence Murphy, No. 2703 Second  Avoi,'Seattie, Wash., write*:    '  "I suffered forovor a year with female  trouble, and although.I: tried aereral  physicians none of them seemed to he  able to help me permanently.  "It only toofealittleorer three bottles  of Peruna to make me well and strong.  I never have backache, headache or bearing down paina: Mgr more."���Florence;  Murphy.  lire, ionise Westbrook, No. 9 East I Deputy of Detrcit Independent Order of  iolumbia'St., Detroit,.Mich., Secretary  ! the West Side Lotus Club, writes;  "For several years I suffered with  leucorrhosa and painful menstruation,  which was followed by general debility,  until I was but a wreck of myself.  Thanks to Peruna I am a well woman  to-day."���Louise Westbrook.  --���Miss Jessiemene  Westland,. No..767  Beaubien Ave., Detroit, Mich., District  Good Templars, writes as follows:  "Peruna has been a blessing to me  and gladly do I indorse it.-For two  years t suffered with catarrh of the  stomach. I lost flesh and grew thin and  emaciated,' nervous and exhausted, so'  that I could neither work or enjoy  life. I began taking Peruna and can now  eat and enjoy everything I eat. I have  been well over a year now." ���M1��b  Jessiemene Westland.  ���.    ^-;JH BUSINESS PROPOSITION.':^ if   S  j. If vou are going east, ii caieful selec?  tion of your route is essential to the enjoyment of your trip. J[f it is a business  trip time- isi.-.the^inain^.coritiideraJJon';  if a pleas'u're - trip,?scenery;���'and the  conveniences and comforts of a modern  railroad. ...'.-.'  ^ Why ;not'combine all; by, using the  Ilukois Cknteal, the up-to-date road,  running two .trains daily from St. Paul  and Minneapolis, and from Omaha to  Chicago. .sFree.;. Reclining JChair Cars,  .the famous Bdff'ett- Library -Smoking  'Cars, l'a'H'trains vestibnled." In short,  throroughly mordern throughout. AH  .tickets reading via the Illinois Central  will be h-mpred on these trains and no  extra fare charged. ' '    '"' ���/  Our rates are the same sis those of inferior roads. Whv not get vour monev's  worth'     . ���   '���.   ' :; ���-     ,-;���','    /   :  Write for full particulars."'  -   ���' B.'H. TRUMiiuLr.,:   ���  Commercial Agent, Portland, Or.  J. C  LiNi>SBV,-T.F.&"P.A. Portland, Or.  J'ali   B. TnoMPsox, F. & P. A.  Seattle. Wash.  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  dlinil  e Most   Delightful Way^ToaCr^ssThej^ntinent  -.. Through Salt Lake City, Gh'n^|l}3^||^|e|r|v|te^ebiP|1v i%  Colorado Springs ana Denver.  cVkMn{CM\v GBt*;!Caiion:df ��hert3rena, TenWwfe Pais; v?U ��y ��-..  Marshal Pijiss and'the Royal Gorge.  Tqsf Trains PflJI^B^-^WW^d^WB^eiT^  J**  (J$ W. C.McBRIDE, Gene  V������-rr��� '  ...     '   ���  ?or Detailed Information, addres8r,������,      , .^y f1;.. ,��� j",.,  ���iH-ral Agetit, m'Tl.'iril'StVcet. P0kTLA^r!(,0RMO'Nrf'  >&noary Mining Journal,  1 ��� s t ~\ ~ r ���'���$ ' - * J j ;' '' r "f 1"*  le in*kefeping posted on B-_unda^  %ittipl^senda.$2-bill foriyear's" trial"to"PioNKiii-P'uBl'Go. PHbENix,*B.',C,  You'll have no trotf^50*  1Hi^'s.ajKsi^.;.5^K ���'  ..-.:' ^: .Power ..of'^adlnm. tv��  Here is something that for cohfus  ing features^ beats ' a newS)f>ap.er prize  puz/.Uiall to''pie(;es.v.iSjL.r Oliver Lodge,  /'������      J 't    "'���,*���*���'   f?'iji f^i4" IS-*'i*?"    T^Wi iJ"i**''  who!na^written;a goodideal ojf tadium,  says that three hundred million atoms  ���lined upinaTowwould *nor-extend  .over one inch,���and they would have  jjjfc be mighty big atoms* to cover ?yen j JJS^^^  that much ground. Tlien he goes'Von "'^nccordiiiiiy  ���to tell you that one single atom is..as  -big as one hundred thousand of the  new-"electrons,'' new, because only.re-  ^cently discovered. Then, to make  'tliVsubjeet of still .ureater interesti^fie.  tells you that these electrons are cen-'  statltly,.llying off from atoms of radi^rn  ^at'-^^volfcity oPpnS hundred? thousand  irhiles per second.-- i-Ybfn ftll of which  the only thing to be said is that ev'en*  if you should happen to be lambasted  by one of these electrons vou will never  know what hit you.  '   ' ���' ;< ��� j  i.\ t ��~* Taking DesperBteiCtutnoes.     rlf-'���'',  It is true  that  my contract  colds  ;,an'd recover from them without talcing  ariy"procaution or treatment,   and ithjC  knowlecge of this fact leads  others... to  ���take-their-chances\ instead!:;of giving  tli'eir'colds tlie^ne'e'ded  attention. Jjt  should be borne in  mind  that  eVeriy;  cold weakens  the  lungs,   lowers ;th'<i  vitality,'makes the system less able:.;to'  withsUagd^pacli. succeeding  cold ���ancl  paves Jne^way for'more serious diseases.  �����n ^ufafford to take such desp'eralie,-  chahceswhen Chamberlains Cough Re-  medy,( fampus,/pir.-jts  cures  or cplds,  cah.^nay^ft)f a!!tfifle?.. For  sale* "..by  allldruggists.   '" *      "     V, ���  PKOVIACIAr, SKCKKTARY'S OFFICE,  r His Honour the Ltcutfiiaiit-GovcraDr in Council hrsbKii'iilcatt&l to mhkes the ���following Ap-  l>oiiitm<:iit:-  15th Marcli, 1904.  Arthur C Sutton, oft!\c City ofHiand Forts,  Hsquir-;, barristeB-at-lBw, lo be.Ofliciol) Administrator forthnt portlolfof the Coiinty orvnlecora-  prised withiu the Grnml Forks and Greenwood   1.   vice  Mr. A. I>   Mclutyre,  for the Co'uiit>-of Vale i�� cur-  Direct Line  To Chiiago.aud ill! points east; Loui.---  \ille, Memphis,, Neiv Oilfans, ami till  pomti south:  feie tint, your ticket reads via the  Illinois Central It. Ii. 'J'lioroiijthly  .modern trains connect with all transcon-  tineiital.l.ines at St  Paul and Omaha.  If your.friends arexomihg;west.let us  know arid we'will quote them 'direct the  specially.low rates nuw in effect from  all eastern'points.  - Any information as  to  rates,  routeH,  etc., cheerfully given on application.  /     ��� B. H}.THTJMBULI>,  '.  ' ComMimerclarAgent,  142 Third St.,Portland, Ore.  J. C. Lindsey, T. F. and P. A.,  142 Third St., Portland. Ore.  P. B. Thompson, F. and P. A.,  Room 1, Co-ennui Bld^., Seattle,Wash.  MINERAL ACT."     '   "  Ci:ilTli-tOAJ Ii  Ol\iMt'KdVKitENTS.  NOTICK.  V RiVcrSide-jMiiHroK Uiinit p/'r  "J Sltuiitr;lnlliC'''piceii��-;oo(l>CiuliiK Division ol  -T-nic-nisfrier. w-r ^-''   -  ' - '������'  Where tocnted���On Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKU NOTI K. that t. Albert K. Ashcioft  free miner's oer.Ificatc No. "Jl5sa;9,.acting a  agent for Sa milcl T: tnrsen.free ntliier's ceitifi  cate No. lUiSSi.nnd V. K. Swanson, free miner'  e.,rtificat��;}Jo.JKiS73.iutcud.sixtydays from th  .datelicre^f.'to^iiniy^otlic^Iiuiufi: Rccordei fo  ���'��� Cer{ifjcata.of jniprovridenls, Tor the purpose of  obtaininga Crown Grant ol the above claim.  And further take notice   that action, und  Section 3-j must be commenced bffore the iss  ADoeol auchCeitlficale of Improvements.  ��� -iTKUed tliujaa day of January, A. D. 1904.  ALBERT K. ASH0ROFT.  MINERAL ACT,   896.  "^ ft' CertlfiMtej of. Improvements���>.''  -y  .���<., .-.j:.-*.. ,-���  .1. --N^ti(;^,     ���'���   '-:. ������.;���;  Red Wnrrior Mineral Claim situate in the Green-  1 .r^voo'Joining Division of Yale District.  iWliJrrc'locatidi at the head o[ Nicholson xreek  ;1** jj.W��StCopper damp., ' 'V pt ;-.i o '. .;  ? VnfceLuo{ice:;that i;Albert Ev-Asiicroft^M.  0. No. H55J70, acting as agent for RobertMarkiti  Free ^hner's Certificate No. B41791, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to thf  SUning Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  meuts, forj the "purpose of obtaining a Crow>'  Utafatdf:the��ibove claim. ..'���..:'-���  'z1  Andlurtlier take notice that action, under seo  tion 37,niust be commenced before theiflauanceel  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this aist day of October, 1903,  ; AI^aRT: a. A8HOROFT, P^I,, S,  :iiW��:  World's  Scenic Route  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  year ���,   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year .....:..  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  TT��.,. _   /Including Handsome Portrait^  _y tJdi    V.uf King Kdward. 17XJ2 inches./   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year ....  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year -  $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Phoenix Home Brewed  V0ikECT:sLlNE  East'1'  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  I.O-.VEK1- Rates.  West        '  Vancouver     I  Victoria j  Seattle ,  Portland       I  San Francisco j  LAGER  BEER  via Soo Pacific Line, St. Paul, Chicago  and all U. S. points.  S. S. Service from  Vancouver  Rreweil l>y a home institution, lias proven  the test and has made a  Host of Friends  who testify to its Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  To Alaska, japan, .china, Hawaii,iQorner  standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  . '.'    , Y.;      Australia.  Through, bookings to England and the  Continent via all S. S. Lines.  For time tables, rates and information  apply to local agents, or write.  WEBB & MAYNARD  J.G.Clark, E.J.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson, B.C.  General Painting and  . . Sign Writing.  Greenwood, B. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   Thoue53,  We make good bread,     Try it.  ... .C. VV. GREER, Proprietor.  -if  i (ft  tut  W  >i  ,^w t"iT"-i *7 ..'**���  ",!���"���7^"  r^rm^ rz"'^''^^^m^^^^^^^^^M^m^m^w^^mM^^^^^w^^^^^ tttcJ  the phoenix nomm  . jiii��i<*  fcsy:r>H  S5  & ���  Pi  /Ii  ^Ha  In and Around Phoenix  '     ; BRIEF TOPICS OK LOCAL AND GENERAL  ���**,'"        V     '        INTEREST  TO  PHOENICIANS. **  at  at  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International'Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  The new, machinery plant for the  collieries at Coleman. is' beginning to  arrive.      .        ., ���  ,  Judge. W. R. Williams returned  frorru'trip to Spokane by last Monday's  train.' '"'-''   -    '    ' -  Phoenix Eagles are prepanng lor  a social, to be'giyen about the 15th of  April.       '       "     ���'       ���  NextMonday the Masonic fraternity  of  Greenwood   will   give   a  ball  Masonic hall.  Next Monday the Phoenix Curling  Club' will' give t its   annual ��� ball  Miners' Union hall.,     " v���  An amendment to the'liquor license  by-law of Greenwood is being propos  ed by Alderman Caulfield.      - *  Samuel    Somerville,    formerly    of  Phoenix, but now of'Vernon, is teach  ing dancing in the latter place.  'William Fowler, who has a bond on  the Defiance in the high grade belt  was a visitor here last Saturday.  Government Agent McMynn, of  Greenwood, is doing a little work on  the Phoenix-Greenwood wagon road.  H. H.' Harris, of Greenwood, re  cently had>a fire in his residence that  ruined a piano before it was extinguish  ed. ��� - ' -       v .  If you were not registered' by last  Monday. you���cannot vote at the next  Dominion election���however far off that  may.be.'      ' \      ,"   .  ��� M." Blackborough,; Yepresenting the  American Type , Founders' Co., of  Vancouver, was a caller xm the Pioneer  last Saturday.^-'���';    ���>  J. Vaughan, of the Cascade staff, is  taking one of the shifts at the Cascade  power sub-station here'for a couple- of  weeks, till a new pun arrives. ,  "MartJn'ttB^rrell,' of "Grand Forks,  Conservative 'candidate for Yale-Cariboo;'gave arraddress on the., issues of  the day at Greenwood on Thursday of  this week.  Last year 1,320 tons of potatoes  were shipped,oyerUheG,,P.".~R. .from  the Kettle river valley^'exclusive of the  local demand and the shipments over  the Great Northern. ���  James Marsliijl^'soia his mterest  in the Brooklyn and Summit hotels to  his partiner, Eugene R Shea,,who will  continue the business' at'the same  placesas iff'We'rjast.*' ~���  D. McKay, one of the oldest, coq-  ductors in the service of the.C. P., R;,  who, recently took a, trip to' Montreal,  is once more handling the punch on  the 'passenger between Midway, and  Nelson.IV'',   f"v -'",' ^  George \A.4 s-Fraser, M. P. P., was  calling on his many friends in Phoenix  last^ Saturday.-^ He is" well ' pleased  with the .'progress of the government  at its last sessibn, and with its pros  pects for the future.  J. C Weeks of Victoria,'was'married  to Miss; Maud Castleman, daughter of  Mr.; and "Mr!?.'iV. Castleman, at Boundary Falls, March 24th, Rev. A. S  Thompson',^of'Midway, officiating. "Mr,  Weeks is said to be a wealthy. Kloti-  dike mine owner.  ���1 - * ' - -  According to the last British Columbia Gazette, tbe Vernon & Nelson  Telephone Co. has made application  to the lieutenant-gbvenof incouncirto*  change its corporate name to 'that,, of  British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd.  The application is made,on the-cpm-  pany's behalf by Douglas Cieighfon,  secretary. * -\*    /-*���  AThari'was arraigned m the justices'  court this week charged -with indecent  exposure on First street, the case being heard by Justice Delahay and  Mayor^Rumbergej.��� He was fined $50  and costs or six .months 'in. j.ii|. He  chose the latter^ but, .before., rife next  train left concluded to settle on a cash  basis.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Boyle, block,  April 13 to 16.  Alderman William J. Porter has  handed his resignation to the mayor.  April Fools' Day was enjoyed yesr  terday by the average small boy. " >���  Born, to the wife of J. W. Hannum.  Phoenix, March 31, 1904, a daughter  AndyHackett was visiting his family  here this week, leaving again Thursday.  The city fathers failed to hold a  meeting this week, there being no  quorum.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from April 10th  to 14th.  Born, in Grand Forks, March 17,  ���1904, to Mr. and Mrs. JR. G. Thompson, a son.  Bom, in Grand  Forks,  March 17  1904, to Mr..and  Mrs.  Donald  Mc-  Callum,,a son.  Constable Dinsmore,of Grand Forks,  was a visitor in Denoro City Thursday,  on license inspecting business.  For large returns   and  good   divi  dends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  The public school was closed Thursday night, for the Easter recess, and  will not reopen till Tuesday next,  The postoffice, bank and stores, were  closed Good Friday, and most of them  will be close Easter Monday, which is'  also a Dominion holiday.  Right now���today���is a good time  to subscribe for the Pioneer. Only  $2 per year to any place in Canada,  the United States or Great Britain.  Tomorrow morning, the Methodist  church will hold services in the Graves  Williams block, First street, and thereafter till the new church is completed,  George E. Dey, the jeweler and C  P. R. time inspector, has made a large  addition to his stock of watches (his  week. Note his change of ad in this  issue.  ��� F. C. Gamble, provincial public  works engineer, was in the Boundary  this~week,"-and visited the site of t.he  new Hardy bridge over the North Fork  of Xettle' river.  The funeral of Mrs. H. A.  Sheads,  wife of the chief of police of Grand  Fprks, took place'last'Saturday in that  city, and'was one of the largest ever  seen in that city.  ' -Plans for the edifice for the Method-  ist'church, to be located on Knob Hill  avenue- are being drawn in the east,  aiul will soon be ready for the con-  1 1 - 1     ' 1       1        ,  tractors to tender on.  Just a year ago today the funeral of  John Thornton, or **Jolly Jack," as he  was known, oiccured at Greenwood.  Several from Phoenix attended, going  all the way on wheels.  A. C. Flumtifelt, president of the  International Coal and Coke Co., who  has been over to the company's collieries at Coleman, Alberta, returned  to the Boundary yesterday.  , Rumors have been prevalent this  week that railway contractors who  will work on the Phoenix branch of  the Great Northern, are getting para-  phernmalia and men together in Spokane.  Mayor Hammar, of Grand Forks,  has stated that he is opposed to the re  solution of the new organization there,  ���which-is trying to do away with gambling and other things in the Smelter  City/   "    "'    '   '   - Presbyterian Easier Services.  *     ������ f  '      .  Special music has been prepared for  the' joyous Christian festival of the  Resurrection, at the Presbyterian  church tomorrow. In the morning  the topic will be: "Why not?" and in  the evening: ',The Bed-rock of Faith."  Mr. Horrell will sing the "Holy City/  and the choir will render the anthem:  "Ring on, Ye Bells." A cordial invitation is extended to all.  Prefercd to do to Jail.  Tuesday evening six women of the  tenderloin were brought before Police  Justice Williams, and fined $10 each  or 30 days in the Nelson jail. Four  of them paid the fine, but Annie  Williams and Alice Chase elected to  go to jail, but did not proceed thither  yesterday. Solicitor A.M.Whiteside, of  Greenwood, appeared for the women  Beit Cough Medicine For Chlldrop. .  When you buy a cough medicine  for small children you want one in  which you can place implicit confidence. 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 U hereby tjivpn thnt James  Mars'uall nnd K. P. Sh a, I eretofore doing business aa the firm of Marshall .V  Shea,in the Brooklyn ami Summit hotels  tit Phoenix, B. C, lias this day been  dissolved bv mutual consent All monies  due the lute firm will bo paid to K. P.  Shea, ulio will eettlc all bills against the  said firm. All hills must be paid by the  lOtli dftv ol April.  Dated at Puoenix, B. C, this3lst dav  of Maich, 11104.  Signed. E. P. Shea,  J-tuKH .Marshall.  Witness: W. II. Johnston,  I  CHtircK Services  Tomorrow.  St. John's Church of England, Rev  W. J. Wood, Missionary. Sunday  School, 10 a. m.; Morning Prayer, n  a. m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30 p. m.;  Everyone cordially invited to attend  any and all services.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at n a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 ]). m. at Hardy-McKenzie hall, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. Thos.  Green, B. A., pastor.  ���Mustard Oil*  1  Liniment  Touches the Spot. .  BOYLE,  THE  DRUGOIST.  -o-c ��� o ��� ��� ��� ���  ��� ��� ���  $7.50 to $75.00  We have just added a large shipment ol the world famous Elgin  Watches to our stock, and we now  have the most complete watch stock  in the Boundary. Elgin Watches���  perfect timekeepers and best in the  world���in nickle, silver, gold filled  and solid gold, from $7.50 to $75.00.  Come in and see them.  GEO. E. DEY,  The Jeweler.  Knob Hill Avs.  J. G. LANG,  Provincial Assayer and  Analytical Chemist.  Late Control Assayer for the Len-  ora mine, Mt. Sicker.  From March 1st: Gold, $1.00;  Gold and Silver, $1.50; Gold, Silver and Copper, $3.00. Discounts  for several samples sent together.      <  GREENWOOD, R C  These are troublous days for teamsters. Except for a few miles each side  of Phoenix, wheels must be ^ used  V^whilein'and'aroundi. Boundary's'' chief  mining camp, using anything but runners is an impossibility, and will be  for a timeyer. , This means' changing  from one to the other on a long trip,  and this is where the trouble and  annoyance comes in.  J '  Passover,  the Jewistf -feast,-' which  Romance from Grand Forks.  A story is going the rounds of the  press, taken from the New York  World, regarding the romance of a  man from Grand Forks. Miss Daisy  Armpresiter, an 18-year old girl in a  candy factory at York, Penn., inserted  a note in a box of "sweetheart kisses"  sent out, and in the course of time, so  the story goes, it fell into the hands of  Aaron Sweezey, a prosperous young  bachelor of 28 winters, and summers  A correspondence ensued, eventually  eview  3rd, 4th and 5th floors  Spokane Review  Building.  SPOKANK.  The finest family hotel in tbe city.  With or without board. Prices moderate.  SUTHERLAND a DART,  Proprietors.  commemorates the sparing of-the He- marrjagg Was proposed in due course,  E*|i>  brews in,Egypt, when God, smiting the  1firs<-bo"rri of (the Egyptians passed"over  'the houses of the Israelites, which  were marked with the blood of the  lamb, was hegun Thursday evening,  And'will last for seven days. It is one  of the most important festivals of the  Hebrews. It is a season for family  re-unions anil of social "gatherings of  various kinds.  and Sweezey is now said to be on his  waa to Y6rk, to lead Miss Armpresiter  to   the   altar. - The identity of Mr.  Sweezey has not yet been vouched for  by the Grand Forks papers.  Situation Wanted.  Wanted situation as waitress in first  class   house or hotel.   Experienced  State wages.    Miss A. Jackson, Vernon, B. C.  Ti�� B. C. ASSAY ���*  Ckmlml Supply Co., ltd.  VANCOUVER. B. C  Direct Importers of Assaytri Supplies.  Sole Agents in B. C. for the well-known  Batlersea Crucibles, Scoriflers, Muffles,  etc. Selling agents for the F. W. Brsun  Co'a Specialties, Carv Furnaces. Burners,  etc. Merr-ks' Pure Chemicals, Assay Ma-  fa >r, Platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. Acids,  Boras  Glass and all Heavy Cbemicata.  Specialty���Silver Free lead and Utharga.  Complete Assay Outfits   furnished   at  short notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  ..Printing..  "That's Our Business"  The Job Department of the Phoeuix Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the Best Quality of  Stationery, for any kind of business. . Special  attention paid to work for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS.  The Phoenix Pioneer,  WHEN  IN NELSON  v    , '������  ?..-       Stop at The Hotel  m  The New Manager, ��. TOMKINS,  has made it the leading Hotel of the  Kootenays.  Special prices for a few days on  the following  Skates  Granby M.8. AP.Co.  Denoro Mines Ltd.  Morning Glory.  International Coal & Coke Co.  Hotary Tubllc.  E. H. Mortimer,' pWo��ibc?fc.c.j  .������...���.';���'" . T.'I--   ������'"      ' ��� --..:- ^  IMONKEK BLOCK,  'i'HONK K \ 14.  PHOENIX, ��. O.  Greenwood Liquqr Co. j   Q, W. Rtttnlefpf  Waoi-esai.e Dealers in Choicest  Brands or  Wines, , -  Liquors,  and Cigars  Sole Boundary Agents  , . for . .  Fibst Brewing Co.'s  Milwaukee Lager Beer  Also Manufacturers of all( kinds of  Carbonated Beverages.  &  Fish,  Game <Ct  Poultry  The Union Meat Co.  >v Announce* that an np-to-d��te BuU-lier Shop has hi-en ownt'ilV  ; In the MiMillaii lllock, Knob Hill Ave., Wioenia, and, wiliciib.  a share of the public patronage. V.-.''.   ,   .      , . />��.;-, -'\\  ' v^.oiv^:*.c X)NimM  Shop* at M��drod, AU��. ...������.      ,   -�� _  Urecnwood Ciroud Korku aud I'hocnlx. B. C  -���-+-��� ��� IUhH-I-H-M-I ���  James TlcCreath, Prop ��� g.TW00<1  i%l%r%l%%*%lW%*%>%*'  *%o  McRae Bros.  .. & Smith;;  Knob Hill Ave.     !��  j  Books, i  * Stationery, I  \\ Newsdealers, I  !iToysN; J  I Fancy Goods; |  I Kodaks and  ;! Cameras,  ]| Officer and  I School  Supplies,  Cigars and Tobaccos 4  AND  j Fine Confectionery.  Qpportuflify.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������a*  t^ity ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� t  Transfer, ���  Ij5bt attd Heary Diayia?.  \  Dry Vood (or sale.    I           ������  w.H.tw*smittJ  Keiidcnceaud Stable* at foot of !  Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B C.       , Z  K O. Box ��4). 'PboncNo. 40.   J  I     ���  -5-  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Chicago, Milwaukee k St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union aa the Great Railway  running 'the "Pioneer Limited" train's  every day and night between St. Paul  and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the world."  Understand^ Connection* are made  with All Transcontinental Linen, assuring to passengers the best service known.  Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam,  heat, of a verity equaled by 00 other1  line.  See that' Vou'r ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee" when going to any point in  the United States or Canada. All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other information, address,  Real Estate  :: and Mines  Houses to Reiit, City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and  sold. Information about Phoenix aiid the  Boundary country given ,011 application.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  Phoenix, B.C.  ^ ON YOU  And a Good One, if it is onev  of   Our    NEW     SPRINp  SUITS, Latest styles, fines',  materials, best workmanshipt  Prices $10.00 to $25.00.  NEW CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoes, etc., just received.   Call in and examine them.  THOS. BROWN,  M  ' ��     XWT r?'   I      ���      f UAKDY-JfcKRNZIK BLK.  Menys wear Exclusively. dominion avk., phoknix  Black's Hotel  .Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B. C.  R." L. Ford,  Trar. Pass. Agt.,  8POKAKB, WN.  H. S. Rowe,  General Agen ,  PORTLAND, OK  Thomas Drag 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  First-Class Dining Room in connection  b�� Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 26.  W.S. DOYLE, Prop.  KwmswmmmmwwMwwwi  ic Beer - 5a  When you are iu Republic look for our sign  ������������"    ���'?������   ���    ���-���'���       .-���.'������      i=r>   ,    ���.< ���     '   :���''  Reptjbmc Beer. ;v ;Xy' ��� ,-,v\  REPUBLIC BREWING CO.  DR. A. McKAY JORDAN  Canada'? Leading  OPTICIAN  Will be at  BOYLE'S  DRUGSTORE  On and After Next  t  r  r   ��\  k  i*3  if*  r.  it A  ��fl  r  i  \  >*  V  r, t  \   j  H  1 4\  4  A  i  ���r.  .*  ;.S  4  V  i"1 "j ^��  V'1. .',"*". j '."�� "\   "���  ' ��    /iff..   ���.    '',"���     ���   ���'' *"' * Xrj,."\ ���"-   .     ii VJ J'   --   h. ���   ..-,,���    -"." - -  ���.~.  ���   .--..��� = ���'���������.-'.TT----.:-'' ���'-. J*?.***r,' ������-'���'.r;~~r'n--7.-i-;:-Tr-^���.-.-���-.- t-^.^-.-p^ r..   ^&_  -  --  V,l'   f-^\f'.   ���       '" 'J~   r\ J 1 v<r*'*  .    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