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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 1, 1903

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 **m  3  jit  P  I  E'  ����*��  o  Z*&  *2  v  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in \ 902.   ,*   *��  Phoenix isTthc Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary.  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining; District.  Vol. IV.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA   SATURDAY, AUGUST i, 1903.  No, 38.  THe Big Store  BARGAIINS !  SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.  Ladies',Shirt Waists       '  Ladies'Summer Skirts  All Lines Ladies' White Wear  Ladies' Sailor Hats  And Children's Hats  . mm  SPECIAL REDUCTION ON  CHILDREN'S SHOES  AND SLIPPERS  $2.50 slioes for #1.75.  2.00 shoes for    1.50  1.50 Shoes for    1.00  Don't miss the unusual opportunity to j  secure goods at greatly reduced prices I  CO  1  !��[  l-HOKNIX  GRHKNWOOI)  GRAND FORKS  fmmtmmmmm^mmmm  M0RRIN,TH0MPS0N&C0.  1  11 11 ��� ���* ��� ���  VEGETABLES. .  NEW Potatoes,  Tiinnps,  Carrots,  California Dry Onions.  Cabbage to arrive in few days  We have a LarKe Sto.-k of BROWN  EARTHEN WARK which we are  offering atgreiUly reduced prices, including Mijk Pitchers, Cream Pi tellers, Powls, sniali a��d large. Tea  Pulp, Pudding Pishes, etc.  POST-OFFICE STORE  ALL TAKE HOLD  OF THEXELEBRATION  Labor Day to Be  a Gala Occasion in the  Boundary's Mining Centre,  Good Progrers With Subscriptions--Full Committees Appointed to Have Charge of the Many Sports and  Events on the Programme.  ���Two public meetings   have   been j Macy, O, N. Galer, J. J. Strutzel, G.  held in this city during the .last week  VV. Rumberger, J. T. Tipping,   M. H.  to arrange for the celebration of Labor  1 )ay here this year, and from the manner in which almost every man in  Phoenix is taking hold of it, the event  bids���fair to be one of the notable celebrations thus far held in the history  of the Boundary country.  Last Friday evening the first, meeting was held in Hardy hall, there being  a large and .representative attendance  of citizens and working men. The  meeting organized by selecting the  following officers to have charge of  the affair: E. P. Shea, chairman; N.  H. Slack, treasurer; W. B. Willcox,  secretary. The following committee  was then appointed to solicit funds  from the businessmen for the expenses  of the celebration : Messrs. Greer, Roy  and Tipping for the lower end of the  city, and Messrs. Shea, Griegg and  Mclntyre for the upper end. The  meeting then adjourned till Thursday  evening of this week.  Subscriptions Flowing In.  When the gathering came to order  Thursday evening last, the committee  for the upper town reported that the  sum of $445 had been subscribed,  while that for the lower, town-stated  that they had secured pledges for $420,  making a total of $865, with a number of prospective subscribers yet to  hear from, and the strong probability  of the city council helping along the  good work. These reports were so  satisfactory to the meeting that it was  decided to go right on with the organization, appointment of committees,  etc. Those selected to have the matter in charge, were as follows :  A general committee of 24, consisting of 12 from the Phoenix Trades  and Labor Council and 12 business  men, who were : Labor���J. Riordan,  M. J: Gillis, Ed. Brown, H. A. Munro,  D. L. Mclntominey, Wm. Hall, V. G.  Younghusband, G. L. Elkins, Wm.  Harnett, N. Lemieux, D. McLsaac, and  C. H. Towne. Business���C. D. Hunter, J. McRae,   M.   Mclntyre,   W. S.  Roy, C, H. Flood, J, PL Graham and  J, A. Morrin.  This general committee met and selected the 'following sub committees,  who will, have charge of the several  parts of the celebration :  Transportation 'r��� Messrs. Rumberger, Hunter, W. R. /Williams, Strutzel  and Morrim j  Advertising���Messrs. Willcox, Rjor-  darf and McRae.  Music ��� Messrs. Flood, Riordan,  Ahnstrom, Gillis and McLsaac.  Hose Reel Racing���Messrs. Flood,  Crawford, Galer, W. X. McDonald,  McNichol and Mclsaac.  Base Ball���Messrs. Strutzel, Church  and P. Cook.  Rock Drilling 4- Messrs. Tipping,  Trevorrow, McHale, Marshall, Der-  mody, Rowe, Hall, Lemieux and Roy.  Caledonian Sports���Messrs. Munro,  Williamson, Hall, Morrin, Tipping, T.  Brown, Graham, Towne, Greer and  Younghusband.       '  Horse Racing���Messrs. Mclntyre.  Breakenridge, Ed. Brown,. Barr, Williams, Macy and Younghusband.  Decoration���Messrs. Marshall, Williamson, Hillyer, Howarthand Martin.  - The-Phoenix���'Trades- and ' Labor  Council.have decided to give a ball at  Miners' Union hall on the.evening of  the 7th of September, and an hour  of that day will be set aside for a  Labor Day address, to be delivered by-  some   man  prominent in labor ranks.  The general committee also decided  that, in consideration of the long list  of sports of various kinds for which  prizes would be offered, the celebration should occupy two days, September 7th and Sth. Geo. L. Elkins was  selected as Marshal of the Day.  During the coming week the various  committees will lay out the work assigned them, and will report at a meeting of the general committee to be  held next Thursday evening, in the  meantime the advertising committee  proceeding with the publicity part of  the celebration  Paid  WHAT THE CITV COUNCIL DID.  Eleven    Accounts,     Amounting  SI3M8.  lo  12  48  3  00  10  00  27  00  4  5��  5  00  52  00  2  00  3  00  STILL CLOSING  UP THE DEALS  v.,  V. & E   Representatives  Qet Three More,  PHOENIX RIGHT OF   WAY SifClKED  Telegraphic Orders Received lo Prepare Deeds  (or Graham, Roy and Riordan Lois- Has  a Busincss-Llkc Aspect.  It is a popular belief that the V., Y.  6c E. branch of the Great Northern  from Grand Forks to Phoenix will not  be constructed for sqme little time.  Yet the right of way agents continue to  close deals for pieces of property oil  the right of way in a manner that gives  rise to the belief that the days of construction may not be so very far away-  after all.  About two weeks ago options were  given on the Union hotel property,  owned by Joseph H. Graham; the  Miners' Exchange hotel, owned by  M. H. Roy and partner, and the John  Riordan residence, all being in,' th,e  lower end of the city, at the junctiqn  of Banner street and Dominion avenue,  where the railway survey crosses Dqt  minion avenue. The option was for  but 15 days, and early this week, before  the time expired, a wire was received  from Chas. A. DcsBrisay, the right of  way agent, from Spokane, to prepare  the deeds  for  this property, and t|ie  money would be ready. While the  amount inyqlyed in these deals is not  made public, it is understood to be in  the neighborhood of $6,ooq,  The general public will await with  interest the next move in this railway  game, and see whether James J. Hill's  agents will keep on buying up Phoenix realty without doing something on  construction account one of these line J cunip,  days.  Mayor   Rumberger and  Aldermen  Riordan, Porter, McDonald arid Graham   were   present   at    Wednesday's  meeting of the  city council, the  absentees being  Aldermen   Birnie  and  Marshall.     The    following   accounts-  were ordered paid:  W. H. Docksteader..........'$ 2 50  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co  Morrin, Thompson & Co.  Pioneer Publishing Co....  J. Twoinbly ............  One cord wood   Postage stamps !'....  N. Lemieux .....;  T. W.   Hodgins   T. Robb ..............  Total   . .    $131  48  A communication was read from W.  Y, Williams, asking for rebate of taxes,"  amounting to $23, for the lot on which  the No. 2 fire station is located, which  will probably be allowed.  A request that the council make a  contribution to the fund for the celebration of Labor Day in Phoenix was  presented, and the members of the  council seemed to consider it favorably. It will probably be acted upon  at the next meeting.  The bill of W. H. Dockteader for  cleaning up the premises of non-resident property holders, as per instructions of the health officer, was also  ordered paid, amounting to $30, the  amount to be added to the charges  against each lot so cleaned.  IN ADVANCE OF  100 TOURISTS  Herbert B. Ames Was Here  Wednesday.  BRUSH PARTY COMES IN SEPTEMBER  Boundary Mining Notes.  Mr. Ames Went Through Qra����y Mine* With  Secretary 0! Board at Trade���Hli Fin I  Visit lo Boundary.  SOCIALISTS CONDEMN   RAILWAY POLICY.  Trunk  Ptoenix   Local   Condemns    Grand  Pacific Proposals.  The meeting of the Phoenix Socialist League last Sunday devoted considerable discussion to the policy of the  Dominion Government which has resulted in the resignation of A. G. Blair,  minister of railways. Upon this matter the Phoenix Socialists express themselves as follows:  "That the Phoenix Branch of the  Socialist Party of B. C. strongly disapproves of the Dominion Government's proposed contract with the  Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company on the following grounds:  First���That it is proposed that the  government should build a railway  parallel to its own Intercolonial railway, and lease such railway to a private company to compete with the International railway.  "Second���That it is proposed to lease  the government built portion of the  railway for fifty years, in spite of the  fact that the people want government  operation as well as government ownership.  "Third���That it is proposed to build  a government railway only half way  across the continent, although the  resources of the Dominion would  render it easy to build one all the way  across.  "Instead of the present proposal  the Phoenix. Branch of the Socialist  Party uf B. C. demands that the Intercolonial railway be extended  from Montreal to the Pacific ocean;  and that it be operated by the government for the benefit of the people all  the way from the Atlantic to the Pacific."  Will Locale in Dawson City.  Last week Friday, Rev. E. P. Flew-  elling, vicar of S. John's Church ol  England, received a. telegram from F.  Stanley Long, secretary of the church  board at Dawson City, notifying him  that he had been called to that parish.  While the call comes as sqinewj^t of  a surprise, Mr-. Flewellin.g liftd previously consented, to go (0 that larger  field under certain conditions, which  were complied with. He expects to  be in Dawson about the first of September. The Very Rev. Archdeacon  Pentreath, of Vancouver, who is now  in the Boundary, will be in Phoenix  tomorrow, and will confer with the  church wardens in regard to a successor here for Mr. Flewelling.  Grand l-'orks���John" Riot'duii,   socialist-.Labor.  Greenwood��� John fc. llrown*. ^.il��cVr\l.       '  <m\t l,ll)eVn\."  MLiw ,jum" \- y��cynt.<CK. Liberal.  (iaml(y<j>s'���J.'l'-.'lH-niit.-", l.lhcinl; V.J. Pulton,  Candidates Nominated.  The following have been nomiiia^edj as clinc^  dates from :he respective ruling-* ns representatives In Ule provincial 'asseuibbj':   "    "   Feniie���J  Mc.l'licrspti, Socratist-I.abp.r.  "--ind l-'orks���John" Rio"'"     ��--.~-.~*.'-'  reuwood��� John p. Hr       . ,.   ,  Islands���'I'. W. P<u(ersm\, t,lb,er'h\.'  Kaslo-   Jol(n L. RetnU.ick, r.ilierni.  ��� _,'���,.*"... ....-   t :t....-1. <  Cpusc'rv^tjve.  Nets,ui ���-���>'. 3. Taylor. Liberal.'  New Westminster���-Thomas uifford, Conservative.  okmiagnii���T W. Sterling, Liberal.  Slocan- R. A. Hradshuv.'. Liberal.  Skeena���James Hernia", Liberal; C W. D.  Clifford Conservative.  Siniiikanieen���W. J. SnodR-rass, Liberal.  Vancouver City���T. OkIc. Socialist: A. K- Steb-  binRS,Socialist;��J. V- l-.ilward's, Labo,r| Jfraiicis  Williams, Labor; A. (i. l<erry, l(atior.  Yale-Stnurt ||cn(lcrs,ou, I,iUe'ral.  Making a Dial on Volcanic.  This week a party of prominent  mining men Irom Michigan were in  taking a look at the Granby  mines. It consisted of Dr. Fred Mar-  kin and Dr. O. G. Youngquist, of Marquette, Mich., who were accompanied  by Alex. P. Mead, a mining engineer.  They came into the Boundary for the  purpose of examining the Volcanic  group on the No,rth, lnirk of Kettle  river. They looked the property over  last Monday in company with \v. A.  Harkin, editor of the Grand Forks  News-Gazette, and a brother of Dr.  Harkin, and R. A. Brown, the locator  of the Volcanic, and Dr. J. H. Murray,  and it is understood the eastern men  were so well pleased that a deal is  about to be arranged. When they arrived in Phoenix Wednesday afternoon,  they were reinforced by another doctor, Dr. Northrup, of Grand Forks.  Herbert B. Ames, of Montreal, was  in the city Wednesday, accompanied  by Mrs. Ames, to complete arrangements for the visit of the large British  commercial party, due to arrive in  Phoenix on their all-Canada trip the  middle of September. Mr. Ames, who  is at the head of the well known Ames-  Holclen Co., Ltd., is also an alderman  in his home city. He had been  through to the coast and was on his  way home. He was accompanied  from Greenwood by Edwin Jacobs,  secretary of the board of trade of  that city, and met here by Secretary  Willcox, of the Phoenix Board of  Trade.   '  Supt. Williams, of the Granby Co.,  escorted Mr. Ames through the labyrinths of the mines, and being a Granby  shareholder, was not a little interested  in the evidences of an extensive copper  mining industry, that seemed to be established on such a permanent basis.  Speaking to the Pioneer man, Mr.  Ames said:  "The British commercial party, to  arrive here September 14th and 15th,  in two sections, will consist of about  100 persons from all over the British  empire, but largely from England, a  number of them being ladies. Many  of, them are prominent in commercial  circles.  "They leave Montrealafter the conclusion of the sessions of the Fifth  ongress of the Chambers of Commerce of the Empire, which begins on  the 17th of August. The Dominion  government will appropriate $25,000  towards the expenses of the party.    .  "Rossland was unfortunately left out  of the itinerary because the C. P. R.  couid not furnish special trains to both  that section and the Boundary on two  consecutive days. However, I am  sure the members of the party will be  charmed and delighted, as I was, with  the magnificent scenery along the railway into the Boundary, which alone is  well worth the trip. I shall be with  the first section of the party."  To be Heated by Steam.  A meeting of the trustees of the  Phoenix General Hospital was held  last Wednesday, and it was decided to  install a steam heating plant for the  building in time for use the coming  winter. The trustees state that the  cost of the installation will be about  $650, according to the estimates, and  for the present it must be done largely  on faith. But the cost of heating last  winter was from $30 to $50 per month,  and with coal and the new plant this  can be reduced to about half the first  mentioned figure.  Latest Prices ol Metals.  Nkw York ��� Copper, electrolytic  :iml lake, $i3.ooc��$i3.25.  liar silver, 54 x/..  Lead, $4.25.  Shipments of ore from the Oro Den-  oro are being increased.  This week's B. C mine snipments  were the last from that property, which  has ceased operations.  Early this month it is the intention  to make an experimental shipment of  five tons of ore from the Betts and  Hesperus claims, on Hardy Mountain,  now being developing by Chicago capital.  Coke shortage this week troubled'  the Greenwood smelter to such an extent that one furnace had to be blown  out, leaving but one in commission  there, as well as one at the Sunset  smelter.  The work of installing the new 150  h. p. boiler, manufactured by the  Jenckes Machine Co., at the Snow-  shoe mine, has been completed, and  it will be placed in commission as soon  as the government inspector passes  upon it.  In the course of a week or two the  four furnaces at the Granby smelter  will be blown out, for the purpose"of  connecting up the two new furnaces.  This will require perhaps ten days,  when all six will be operated. In the-  mean time ore shipments from the  company's mines will necessarily be-  discontinued, but Supt. Williams states  that the force will hot be reduced, as  he has plenty of work for the men to  do, and has storage room in the mines  for a very large amount of ore.  When shipments are resumed, after  the shut down at the smelter, they will  ,be at the rate of more than 2,000  tons daily.  POLITICAL POINTERS.  The voters list of Grand Forks rfdfng-  now has 713 names thereon.  ' The political prophets-in Cranbrook  claim  that- 500  votes  will be polled  there at the coming election. ���'���  Monday, Liberal committees, from  Cascade, Phoenix and Grind Forks met  at the latter place to decide a date for  the riding convention. It was finally  left open for a few days.  J. H. Hawthornthwaite is expected  to stump Greenwood riding for the  Socialists in a few days. Then it is  intended to have him take up Grand  Forks riding, reaching- Phoenix probably on or. about Labor Day. ;  W. B. Cochrane, on account of  being appointed returning officer for  this riding has resigned the secretaryship of the Phoenix Conservative Association. Isaac Crawford will probably attend to the duties of the office.  New British Subjects.  The following residents of Phoenix  were made British subjects at the last  sitting of the county court at Greenwood, Judge Leamy presiding: William  Henry . Barnett, George - Blackhall,  Edward Brown, John Alexander Chisholm, Christ Hein, William Clarence  Hower, Alphonse Kobloth, Battista  Malandrini, George Washington Mc-  Auliffe, Stephen McNeill, Julius Simeon Mueller, Charles Sanberg, Eugene  Patrick Shea, William Champlain Til-  sley, Joseph Werner, Arthur S. Williamson.  No Catholic services will be held tomorrow, as is usual the first Sunday in  the month, but next Sunday, August 9,  th, Father Uedard will say mass at 10  o'clock A. M., and evening prayer at  7.30 P. M.at Miners Union hall.  Latest M,inln��  Stoc^ Quo.(atiQ,ns^  AuieriW. Boy ..���.������..,���.���..���������.,  Hen Hur ,..  ma,ck -ran';:;..,....,.., ������...,.';;,;.;,  Cona,dia�� Oold l*ietds ,,  CariVpo, Cnivj'p A(cH (es'-lUv.),..;.,.  Ccn(erS(i\r...,,.,.,.,   Fa\rvien- n.,,,   l'islier Maiden   (Hunt    Granby Consolidated   I.onelMnc   Mornini; Glory    Mountain Lion   North Star, (K K.)   I'avue   Qa"il|i ,  Kniubli-r-Cnriboo  ������,��..-.���  Republic  n........ V..  san i'oi\ .....���,;,.������.'.'!,,.,.,.������y...���.  Sullivan   'V'otu 'Phtnnb , ,���...  War Kaglc Consolidated...   Waterloo (Ass. Paid)   While Hear   ASKfcr,  MP  4)<  ���IK  S>3  4)9  4��  3K  S  4K  12  '�����  27  23  5  4  3tf  2  3  2��  $5 ��  $4 5��  i,4  1  2  >��  25  21  :3  II  17  uW  A��  2Q  4.1  3"  5  3  5  3  S)i  4��  4��  3>i  U  It  ?K  ftti  4K  31*  (Joltlen Crown,  Athelstan,  King Solomon, W.Copper  No. 7 Mine, Central.  City of Paris, "     .  Jewel, Long I^ake.  Carrni, West Fork.  Provldenoe,   Providence.  Elkhom   Ruby,     Boundary Falls.  Miscellaneous   Total, tons   Granby Smelter treated, tons..  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines tor 1900. for 1901, for  1902, aud fox 1903, as reported to the Phoenix Pioiwer-  G ran by Mines, Phoenix   Snowshoe, "          Brooklyn, "        ..  Mother Lode, Deadwood   Sunset, ^    Morrison! u  B. C. Mine,        Summit     19,494  R. Hell, "   Kmma, "       OroDenoro "      Winnipeg,   Wellington      1,076  ��� * Sift.  y  Ha  '  !   ''  -?'!���  -n  t !  T  SI  li  1-  <r i  6��.-  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  M  II  I  m-  if  ilj  The Ptioenix Pioneer  And Boun&iry Mining JootnaL  ISSUED OK SATURDAY BY THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOENIX. E. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Telephone  WHAT EDITORS SAY  I Business office No. i��.  j Manager's resldenc;, ��o. is.  SOBSCRIFTIONS IN ADVANCE.  .Ja.oo  Help Them���God doesn't need us  so much as his children do; so let us  help them and let God shift for himself.���Philistine.  Should Try It���One or two of  the British Columbia papers might get  a slice of the lead bounty if they  would ship their editorials to the  smelter.���New Denver Ledge.  Per Year   Six Months   If Vou are not a subscriber to this paper, this  ia an invltatlou to you to become one.  Advertising rates lurnlshed on application.  Legal notices to and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  One Way to Fame���With the Independent in the daily field, Vancouver will have more daily papers in  proportion than probably any other  place in the world  B. �� MINING  �������������������������������*������*���  -Vancouver World.  1'  ^UNIONtttA AECL^  1              1  \  i  1903       AUG.       wi  Sun. Hon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Frl.   Sat.  i  \  ft '  2   3    4   5    6    7    8  9  JO U  12   13   14  15  16 17 18 19  20  21 22  -23 24 25 26  27  28 29  li  30 31  !r  On a Hump���Two brothers have  started from St. Petersburg on a trip  around the world on a two-humped  camel for a wager of $10,000. They  will liave to hump themselves to make  it when passing through Manitoba.  All the Grits will want to hang oh  behind.���Nelson Tribune.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  D.J. MATHESON,  When the members of the British  commercial party take a look at the  Phoenix mines, they are likely to think  they see some greater ore bodies than  have been.  There are 650 pages of closely  printed matter in the American argument on the Alaska boundary question.  Perhaps this is why Uncle Sam's commissioners confidently expect to settle  it their way, according to reports.  Labor Day will be celebrated in  Phoenix with a vim. Nearly every  business man in town has subscribed  generously to the fund, and all signs  point to Monday,September 7, as being  one of the best celebrations yet held  in the Boundary, country. All of the  labor organizations in the Boundary  will doubtless be represented.  Confidence and enthusiam are necessary to the advertiser who seeks success.  Beyond doubt the advertiser who  tells the truth oftenest is believed oft-  e#est.  To prevent possible misunderstanding of your ads, say just what you  mean.  The place to talk bargains is where  people will see or hear���in the local  newspaper.  The more you advertise your business the more business you will have  to advertise.  Making love, advertising and success in .life is like the principal of flyfishing���persevere and change your fly. I  * OLLfl PODRIDA. *  A dearth of miners is reported all  over the country.  On the Nelson group, Camborne,  a rich strike is reported.  An aerial tramway is being put in  at the Idaho in the Slocan.  About 200 prospectors are staking  the ground along Poplar creek.  Rossland mines are shipping upwards .of; 1000 tons of ore a day.  George Alexander is re-opening the  many Slocan mines in which he is interested.  Recent work at the Hunter V. mine,  near Nelson, has shown some remarkably rich ore.  Slocan ore shipments are slowly  climbing, being now a little in excess  of 7200 tons.  It is reported that, the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Company is advertising for  miners in England; ���  About the 1st of September the  Ophir-Lode stamp mill in the I^ardeau  will begin dropping.  New bunkhouses .are being erected  at the Molly Gibson and operations  resumed at the mine.  Thos. Jones, the Kansas zinc man,  is operating the Lucky Jim mine, Slocan, sending the product to.Iola.  I ast Friday the. silver-lead mine-  owners met at Sandon, to devise means  to better the condition of the mining  industry. ' ��� ������  An expert left New York last week  on," it-is said, his way to Kootenay, for  the purpose of looking into the advantages of building a lead smelter on the  shores of Kootenay lake.  Subject to examination by their  expert, the Ashanti Lands, Ltd., Com  pany, will furnish ^20,000 to ^40,000  cash to install a large plant at Kamloops for the treatment of Iron Mask  ore.  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACC DENT.  tiuiumiiwlouitr for taking AfflcliiviU.  Phoenix, B. C.  B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  King Edward Lodge, U.D.  A. F. and A. M.  Regular communication 8 p. iii. Sec  ond Thursday of each month.  Emergcut meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, Morrison-Anderson Block.  F. L. COCK.  W.M.  W. L. gkrmainb;  Secretary.  Phoenix Federal Labor Union  , ���'..   '������������''"���    ������No. 155.-  .  Meets Thursdays at 8 p. m. at Min-   ers'Union Hall.;��� ���  N. I.EMIKUX. Pies,   ; J. RIORDAN, Sec'y  PHOENIX AERIt  NO. 158.  Meetings on Vridnx  al 830p.m., Miners  Unlsu Hall.  Visiting   brethrer  cordially Invited.  Take  THE PIONEER  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  hj.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  INK HOOTS AND SHOES  MADE  TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROS  PECTORS'SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  THOS LYON'S, I'ro.      WM. FLEMINO. Sec\  GEORGE GIBSON  ������SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM..  Phoenix, B.C.  (itavL-s-Williams itlock.cor.  First'and Old Ironsides Ave  ,-    A    ���   '  ;   NE.W  COITION  Webster's:  International  ��� Evidently the V., V. and E. people  are not dead���merely sleeping. But  they were awake for a while at Ottawa  the other day, when they applied for  and obtained permission to cross certain streets in the city of Phoenix.  There are other indications that the  day is not far distant when Mr. Hill  will be ready to do business in the  mining centre of the Boundary.  There are two sides to a jail, and its  easier to get inside than it is to get  outside the inside.  "The ruster is a very proud an' han'-  some bird, but he wants all the hens  tew know it."  $  The young man who courts success  should get busy.   Success  comes to  men    who   do things.    It  does  not  chase after the idler or the dreamer.  That the odium of lynching rests  like a dark shadow on the south, that  section is beginning at last to realize,  and it is proposed to put an end to it  by forming lynching parties to lynch  the lynchers.  "Who drains the cup of another's  happiness shall find it bitter, but who  drains the cup of another's bitterness  shall find it sweet."  ��� Thus far most ot the candidates  actually nominated in the different  constituencies have been Liberals,with  an occasional Socialist or Socialist-  Labor, man. The Conservatives have  decided upon August 15 th as their  general nomination day, and by that  time it is quite likely that all the nominees of the several parties will have  their coats off and be at work. From  'then on the campaign will be a pretty  lively one.  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talkkd ok at  home and elsewhere  J  Nelson and Rossland are both objecting because the itinerary of the  British commercial party has been ar  ranged without taking either of those  places into consideration, and it is now  too late, according to reports, to make  a change. It was certainly a mistake  to give the Kootenay mines the cold  shoulder, even if the ' members of the  party will see the greatest mines and  smelters in British Columbia by visiting the Boundary. ,  Eighty Millions la Dividends.  The Calumet & Hecla Mining Co.,  of Michigan, was organized in 1871,  being a consolidation of the Hecla,  Calumet and smaller companies. Its  original capitalization was $2,500,000.  in 100,000 shares of $25 each. The  original investors paid but $12 per  share into the treasury. Its first dividend was paid in 1871, and it has paid  122 dividends stnee then, amounting  in all to- $8,1,350,000 ��� the world's  record for a mine.  The highest quotation on the stock  was in 1901, when it touched $860  per share. There are now abont  3,500 shareholders of record. Each  stockholder was paid in 1902 $25 in  dividends per share. In 1899, the  banner year, $100 was paid in dividends on each share. This amounted  to $10,000,000, The stock is listed  on the Boston stock exchange, the latest quotions being in the neighborhood  ���of $440 per share.  It has been truly said that some  men travel and see nothing, while others, after a tour, be it long or short,  have an interesting fund of reminiscence and experience as a result, on  which they can draw. Such a one is  William L. Ross, of Phoenix, who returned Saturday night from a short  pilgrimage.  ���'"'���*������  Mr. Ross started out a couple of  weeks previously to observe business  in other parts where there was supposed to be some activity, and after visiting a dozen or score of points on both  sides of the international line, came  back firmly convinced that there are  much worse places for business than  Phoenix, and they were not scarce,  either. In fact, there were few exceptions, if any, if the plain, unvarnished  truth is told. He went over the Crow's  Nest line as far as Frank in "Alberta.  He also, visited Montana; Idaho and  points in the Coeur d'Alenes, as well  as around Spokane. At nearly every  place he found persons ready to move  to a new location ��� and in none of  them did he care to cast in his lot.  Mr. Ross has come to the conclusion  that the stories of booms and good  times, occasionally wafted in from the  outside, should be investigated before  being acted upon.  j A Dictionary of ENGLISH,  1 Blocraphy, Gcosraphy, Fiction, etc  Now Plates Throughout  25,000   New Words  Phrases  .&rid'  Definitions  Prepared under the direct  supervision of W.T. HARRIS  Ph.D.; LL.D., United States^  Commissioner of Education,  assisted by a large corps of  competent specialists.  Rich Bindings 2364 Fagaa  S000 Illustrations   ���'  yitop  on   Dominion Avenue.  J.B.MAGAULAY  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  Jag ^^1 ^^*  PHOENIX, B. G.  Phoenix Home Brewed  W  LAGER  BEER  lilt'VVtd I'V 11 lmiiK' ilitMitlllmii, lii'f'|ili)V<'ll  tin- li-st Mini llllf llllllif H  Host of Friends  who lesiify to.iiHiiooi.KJiiu'iiifH  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JUI.1US MUELLER,  Proprietor.  Corner  Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phcenix.  Lion bottling works  1 J*\S   McCRHATH. Prop -  TOBBERS IN WINES, EEEP AND CIGARS  Sole ARrnts for Kclclwqiirllt-ii til-Hern' lllitc Label nrmiil thr mwt  healthful and rcfitshiiig t.f Mineral W��Urs.  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  I'hoiie Orders Solicited.  0  !���������������������������������������������������������������������������  j Police livery staples |  M  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GILMAN  VANCOUVER, B. C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  E  THE   :������������'  VANCOUVER ASSAY OFFICE  Established  tB90.  Minerals Identified mid Their Values Ex-  plnined.  FREE OF CHARGE.  Have You a Piece of Doubtful Rock? Just  Mail it to us. Mill mid smelter tests up to  4000 lbs.   Checking Assays a Specialty.  'I lie host established and regulated hostehy in ihe Hntin-  dniy. U'e aie centrally 'located in our new stables with  a complete outfit 01 Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best ol" rigs.'     Parlies  driven   to  any boundary -point.  Clear Smelter Lake Ice Delivered on Wednesday and Saturdays.  Mclntyre & McDonald, Props.  j Sinobiii Avenue Siiri,b Phoenix, B. C.;  You Should Read  U3g~ The fnterinitionil -ons f.rst issued  ill JSgo, succeeding (lie " Unabridged."  They New Edition of the International  ���ioas issued in October, jgoo. Get the  latestfliidl'csty. ��� .''���';.'-:  W'c rtlso publish  Webster's    Collegiate    Dictionary  with Glossary;.of Scntli>h Words ond Phrases.  "First class in quality, second class ia size."  I  Specimen pages, etc. of both ,        s^ir^*  books sent on  n'pplication. f fifl  G.eC.MERRIAMCO.   wekteiw  .-���'���     D���T.|:���t .��� ICOLLEOIATEj  Publishers Vdktonaiw/  Springfield, Mass.  teeniod lip *~  =COMPANY=  ���Agent for-���  PABST AND  CALGARY  -BEKR.-  a>  It is somewhat amusing to note the  comment of the provincial press on the  trip recently taken- by Premier Mc  . Bride through the interior.    The out  and out  Grit  papers  belittled it  and  told of the so-called chilly receptions.  The real newspapers spoke of - the trip  just as it was and told  the  truth.    It  is the'most natural thing in the world  for a premier to look the country over  with an election impending.  He would  not be much of a politician  if he did  otherwise.  PROVINCIAL POLITICS.  There are now 550 names on the  Slocan riding list.  An effort, is being made by Nelson  Socialists to bring out a Socialist-Labor  candidate.  Dr. Sanson and S. Stoddart are the  Liberal aspirants in Lillooet, while J.  S. Prentice and A. W. Smith are probable Conservative candidates.  SpoKane Falls and northern  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN R'Y.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V,, V. and E. Ry.  The only all-rail route betweeu all points east  west, and south to Kosslaud, Nelson and all in  termediate points; connecting at Spolcane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co.  . Connects at Kosslaud and Nelson with Canadian Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with steamer Tor Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Curlew with stage foi Grten  wood and Midway. B. C.  Buffet cars run on passenger trains between  tween Spokane nnd Republic.  The Leading' Weekly  0/ the Boundary. - -,-���-  Kin  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  ^|^ The most perfecty appointed Health  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with a coiu-  pletesystem of Baths���including Turkish an 1  Uusslau. Open the year round. The curative  properties of its waters are uuequalcd.  Por Curing all Rheumatic, Nervous and Muscular Troubles.  Foi Healing air Kidney, I.ivcr aud Stomach  nilmviiLs.  For KliminatiuK all Metallic Poisaiis from the  System. '  The grandeur of the scenery is unrivaled.  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, Inlets,waterfalls,  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursion!1,  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed for  mildness.  KFFF.CTIVK NOV; 31  Leave.  15:25 a m  .0:15a. m...  7:00 a. m....  11:00a. m...  .rrive  Sixteen mines in Rossland  and the  Boundary are now shipping ore at the  rate of more  than  3,000  tons  daily.  Boundary mines  and  smelters  alone  <could easily handle that much ore per  diem with existing equipment, if suffi  ciewt coke were available.    With the  three blast furnaces  now being added  to the Boundary smelter  equipment,  there is a good chance of 4,000 tons of  ore being handled here each 24 hours  before winter ��� provided, of course,.  that Mr. Tonkin can supply the coke, j  as he sa^-s he can, hy that tiine.  The full court has decided that collectors of voteu can take the declarations of those claiming the right to  register outside of the province.  It is understood that Hon. Robert  Green and Hon. Charles Wilson are  well satisfied with their mission to the  east on the question of better terms,  The Liberals of Crunbrook district  have decided to nominate Dr. J, H.  King as their candidate. The Conservatives will hold a nominating convention on August 15th.  According to the Slocan Drill, by  nominating John L. Retallack on  Tuesday, to contest the Kaslo riding  against Hon. Robt. Green, minister of  mines, the Liberals have praetially  made a free gift of the election to the  Conservatives.  Last Monday there was, for the first  time in many, many moons, no issue  of the Inland Empire's great daily, the  Spokane Spokesman-Review, printed.  This was due to a strike in the composing room. The International Typographical Union is one of the strongest  and oldest as well as the most conservative of all labor organizations. The  members in ������-, Spokane claim that W.  H; Cowles, owner of the paper, has  .outgeneralled them in regard' to hours  and wages���hence the strike.  -.������������ n>  .Alawyer down in the Big Bend  country, says an exchange, started in  to "do up" the lopfll editor, and his  friends carried him home on a window  blind and put him under the physician's care.-". -^ '-���  Any man. who tackles : the country  editor makes the mistake of his life.  He does not take into consideration  the .strenuous path Of the country editor in bis battfe from "devil" to "case,"  from "case" to "sanetHjp." And along  with the ordinary battle CQme the  chopping of hifi own wppd (if it is not  borrowed), <!Qlle<-ting his delinquent  subscription list and standing ofT his  grocery bill���all of which bas a tendency to cultivate the defensive ability  of a Fitzsimmons and a John L. Sullivan disposition, particularly if his assailant is a little 2x4 lawyer, who carries the accumulation of a lifetime  under a No. 6 hat.      '  10:24 a. m.  9:15 ft. 111...   .....Spokane    Rossland    Nelson.....    Grand Forks..   Curlew    Republic .'.  H.A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  ....S^S P- m  .....5:10 p.m.   8 00 p. m  ,....4:00 p. in,  ......4 41 P- m   5:40 P-'"  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOT1CK.  Starve-out   Fractional  Mineral  Claim,  Mininir  Where  eituate in the. Kuttle  River  Division of Yale District,  located:   In Skylark Camp  Take iiotitw that I, .lohii  W. Npliion,  Free Miner's Ceitifirate No. B 54917, intend, sixtv <iays from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for aCer-  liticate of Improvements, f .r the purpose  of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.'  And further take notice that action,  under. B��Cii> 11 37, must he commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvement.  Dated this 26th dav of March, A.D ;!)03.  John VV. Nki.mqn.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Cliieair's.Mil-  wankee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the. Union as the Great K ail way  runninK the "I'ioneer Limited" traii'ip  every clay and night between St.. I'aul  and Chicago, nnd Omaha and' ChU-a|!<>,  ''The only perfect trains in the worl I."  Understand: Connections are made  with All TranHcontinetital Linec, aw��nr-  ing to paflsetigere the best service known.  Luxiiri'tiR coaches, electric lightc, steam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  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ALLENBERG, Manager,       J  ������������������������^��� 605-606 607 Empire State Building      ���  ������   Surplus  $75.752.997-0�� SPOKANE, WASH. ���  j I L. W. MATOR, Asst. Manager, R;ssland, B. C t  I P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX   ���  MAKKET.   ���  -    ���  ���  HEAD OKFICE FOR BOUNDARY CRKKK, GREENWOOD,  I!. C. J  HEADQUAKIKKS, NKI.SON, 11. C. J  .... Wholesale and Detail Heat 'forctanfs. j  Markets at Nelsor., Kaslo, Three Korks, Sandon, Slocan City, ���  ��� Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade, J  I        Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix. ���  t FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON. ;  ��� AH orders receive prompt attention. J  ���������'���. ���  ���������������������������������������������������������������a****�����������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��� ���  MiCE EXCHANGE STAGE  LINE.  Between Plioenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix at 10 a. m. Leave Greenwood at .3 p. 111.  Daily.  A.S. 4 PAW, Proprietor.  t<Sr*. wP tSfi  An Unpcccdcntcd  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  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      /including Handsome PortrnitN  year   i.of KIiir Kdwaril. 17x22 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   Subscriptions received to all M.igazinea and  culu tit publishers lowest rates.  $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  Periodi-  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  VietoriiiAvemi". I'ljo''",^. B-C-  In Cottage Hotel.  We make a specialty  of Family and Hotel  trade.  Free delivery to all partRof the city.  J. S. McCAGUE, Prop.  Advertising  :sihe^^rnSS;  iness world ��� so u��-  really know, who are conspicuous for their success, assert.  If you wish to reach the.people of Phoenix and the Bound-  .       y generally, you cannot do ,  wilhout using the columns of  the Phoenix Pioneer.  ;       Ratesonappl.cat.onto  Pioneer Pun. Co.,  c phoenix, B.C J  Ills Last Hope Realized.  (l'rom the Sentinel, Gebo, Mont )  Iii the first opening of Oklahoma to  sett lorn in 188(1, the editoi of this paper  was among the ti any seekers lifter for  tune who iimile the big race one fine day  in April. During bis. traveling about  nntl afterwards . in rami ing' upon hi"  claim, he encountered much had water  which, together with the severe heat,  gave him a very severe diarrhoea which  it seemed almost impossible to check,  and along in .lune ihe case became so  had lie expected to die. One day one of  his neighbors brought him one small  bottle of Chamberlain's I olie, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Hcmedyaw a last hope.  A big dose was given him while he was  rolling about on the cnnnid in great  145011V, and in a few minutes the dose  was repeated. The good ell'ect of the  niedicine was soon noticed and within  an-hour the patient was taking his (irsi  sound sleep 'or a fortnight. That, one  little buttle worked a complete cure, and  lie cannot help feeling grateful. The  season for l.owel disorders being at hand  suggests this ittm. 'Sold by all drug-  gists. ________  No man or woman will hesitate to  speak well of Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets after once trying  them. Thev always produce a pleasant  movement of the bowels, improve the  appetite and strengthen the digestion.  For sale bv all druggists.  ARERUSHNG  THE WORK  At International Coal and Coke  Co. Collieries.  COAL OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY  Predicted thai Ihe Properly Will Soon Be  come One of Ibe Bijtgesl Producing  Coal Mines.  Development work is being pushed  ahead vigorously on the extensive coal  measures of the International Coal &  Coke Company's property, which is  situated some three miles west of Blair-  more, and extends from the railroad  south, a distance of seven miles, says  the Ulairmore Times.  Prospecting hits been carried on.upon this property for the past two years,  and a large amount of development  work accomplished, most of which has  been confined to a point near the  center of the property. This spring,  however, work was started' in several  places near the north end of the property, within a very short distance of  the railroad, with most gratifying results to the owners. Two main entries have been started at this point,  wagon roads built, the erection of tipples prepared for, and surveys run for  the building of the necessary sidetracks, etc., to connect the mine with  the railroad.  The company have secured a section of land, through' which the railroad passes, and have laid out yards  for a large number of coke ovens. Al  present they are building a few ovens  in which to test the coking qualities of  the coal from their various coal seams.  Manager 1*. A. Paulson who has personal charge of the work, is doing  everything possible to rush the work  along.  There are on the property nine  seams of coal, which vary from a few-  feet lo over twenty in thickness, and  which have been traced and dug upon  the whole length of the property, some  seven miles.  The quality of the coal, which has  been thoroughly tested, has been  shown to be of a very superior steam  and coking quality. This property  has now reached a stage in its devel-  opement, where it can be put upon a  shipping and producing basis at any  time, and will no doubt soon become  one of our biggest producing mines.  j World Wide Mining j  Utah's estimated copper production  for 1902 is 23,900,000 pounds.  Four hundred stamps are to be added to the mills of the Homestake at  Lead, S. I). The company is now-  dropping 900 stamps and crushing 3,-  600 tons of ore daily.  Labor troubles are playing havoc  with mining in several important districts of California. Jn the Randsburg  and Johannesburg section not a single  property is being worked.  The June production of the Lake  Superior copper mines, 17,155,000  pounds, was slightly in excess of the  May product. The lake district is  producing on a larger scale now than  ever before.  The mines of the Hartz in Germany,  once the most famous in the world are  now practially worked out, the production of late years having fallen off  so that it is most evident that the  palmy days of the Mart/, are gone.  The world is indebted to the state  of California in augmenting its gold  supply by $1,375,000,000. This  amount of gold has been extracted  from mines of California since the discovery of gold there in 1S4S and up to  January 1, 1902, making up to Jan  miry 1, 1902, an annual average production of almost $26,000,000.  Dcegan-Crnney Nuptials.  On Saturday evening, July iSth, a  very pretty wedding was solemnized in  the Roman Catholic church, Grand  Forks, when Miss Kate Deegan, of  Phoenix, and Michael Craney, of Republic, were united in marriage by Rev.  Father Broker. The church was beautifully decorated with bride roses, carnations and smilax. Miss May McCon-  nell, of Republic, was bridesmaid, and  the groom was assisted by John Deegan,  brother of the bride. Mrs. Joe Gation,  of Phoenix, was matron of honor.  Mr. and Mrs Craney left Monday  for Republic, where they will reside in  future. After the ceremony, the bridal  party enjoyed a wedding breakfast at  the Vale hotel. The many friends of  the young couple in Phoenix join in  wishing them many years of happiness.  "Slater" Oxfords  Summer comfort in  fashion's latest approved  form���  ���Lightness, grace and  comfort,  ���Patent Leather- Glazed  Kid, leather lined to make  a smooth interior.  n  1  1  1  1  ���  ���  Mado In Canada 40 Years.  $4.00 Per Pair.  Sold In 15 "Slater" Stores and 200 Agencies.  Use " Slater Shoe Polish."   Shines Easily.  imaWMHIl  For Sale by  Hunter=KendrickCo.,  ���    PHoenix, B.C,  Reduced Summer Excurglon Rates.  The Denver &jRio Grande, popu-  latly known as ihe "Scenic Line of  ihe World," has announced greatly reduced roui)d-tii|l rates from Pacific  ('oast points for tne benefit of teachers  wno will spend their vacation in the  east, and delegates to all the pron.inent  conventions���N.E. A., at Boston; A.  O. U. W., at. St,- Paul; 11. P. 0. E.,  at Baltimore; Woodmen cf Ametica,  at Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;  Mystic Shriner, at Saiatoga Springs;  K. of P. at Louisville, and��� T. P. A.,  at Indianapoils.  Tickets at the 1 educed r.ites will'be  based upon one fare for the round  trip, but will be sold only on certain  days. These tickets will carry stopover privileges on tlu* going nip, giving  passengers an op'poiiunity to visit Salt  Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Colorado Springs and Denver; and will be  good to return any time within ninety  days. Passengers going via the Denver & Rio Grande are given the privilege of returning via a different route.  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It has a  greatly .amplified chapter on the History, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Uses and Statistics of Copper.  Eight chapters aie devoted to the various Copper Mining  fields of the world; a long chapter of Statistical Tables  and descriptions, ranging from a lew lines to eleven pages,  of the world's Copper Mines.  The 1903 edition is 'he result of nearly ten years'  labor. It is made fur the investor, miner, smelter, scientist  or any other person interested in the subject of copper from  any standpoint. The book has 600 octavo jiages, with  gilt tops. Price, $5 in Buckram, or $7.50 in full library,  morocco.  IT WILL   BE   SENT,   ON  APPROVAL.   FULLY   PREPAID,  to any address in the world, on the understanding that the  person ordering may return it within a week of receipt, and  charge will be cancelled if the book is unsatisfactory, for any  reason whatsoever, or lor no reason at all. It costs nothing  to see the Copper Handbook, and it need not be kept unless it suits. May we send you a copy on these terms?  Address all orders to the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS,  HOUGHTON, MICH.  36 Post Office Block.  [L. S.]  HENRI  G.  .JOIA'.de   LOTBINIEKK.  I.ieutetiant-Govenioi.  CANADA.  PROVINCE   OF   HKIT1SF1  -COLUM-  HIA.  KDWARI) VII., liy the Grnce of Cod. of tl..  United Kingdom ufdicut BriUiiu ami Ire  laiuland of the HrilUh Dominions beyoin  the Seas, Kiiiu, Ik-lender of the faith, etc.  etc., etc..  To nil to whom these presents shall come���Gret t  "IB' A  PROCLAMATION  A. K. Mcl'hillips, Ailtirney-lleiiernl  Whereas, We are desirous nnd resolved, as soon  lis llinv lie, to ineel Our people of Onr Province  of Uriiish Oilnmliiii. and to have their advice in  llur Leni'lniure, We do make known Our Royal  will and pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province; and do further declare that liv thcmlviccof Our Kxecutive Conn  cil of llritish Columbia, We ha��-e this day jjlveii  orders for issuing Our writs in due form, for cull  inn a "'' Ley. isln live Assembly of Our said Pith  ince, which writs are lo hear date the sixteenth  dav of |ulv. and lo lie returnable on or beforr  Ihe ei.niiteenlli day ol November, one thousand  nine hundred aud "three.  IN Tkstimony Win-ikKoi--, We have caused  these Our Letters to he made Patent nnd lb-  Great Seal of Our said Province to be liercun  to affixed:  Witnkks. the Honourable Sir Hknki Gl's  T<vi: Jol.v lit; LoruiNIKRK, K. C M. G.  l.icMlcnant-lkivcuor of Our said Province ol  britisli Columbia, at Our Government House  in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province  this sixteenth dav of June, in the vent  of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and  _���.   three, and in the third year of Our Reign.  llv Command.  R. F. GRF.KN,  Provincial Secretary.  [L.S.] II1-:SRI (S. JOI.V UK  LOTBIN1KRK,  Lieutennnt-Governoi.  CANADA.  I'DWARH VII, bv the Grnce of God,   ol   the  rnitcd   KiUKdom of Great Hrltaiu  and Ireland aud of tbe  llritish   Dominions beyond  the Seas, Kine., Defender of the l-'aith, etc  etc.,1 tc.  To Our faithful the Members elected to serve  in the Legislative Assembly of Our Province  of Uriiish Columbia.nt Our City of Victoria���  It recline :  A  PROCLAMATION.  A. K. Mcl'hillips, Attorney-General.  Whereas, We.are desirous nnd resolved as soon  as may be, to meet Our people of Our Province  of British Columbia, and to have their advice in  Our Legislature :  Now know ye, that for divers causes nnd considerations, and taking into consideration the  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, Wt  have thought fit, by and with the advice of Oui  Kxccutive Council of the Province of British  Columbia, to hereby convoke, and by these presents, enjoin you, nnd each of you, that on Thursday, the twenty-first dav of January, one thousand nine hundred nnd four,you meet l's in Oui  said Legislature, or Parliament of the said  Province at Our City of Victolia, for the dispatch  of business, lo treat, do, act and conclude, upon  those things which, in Our Legislature of the  Province of British Columbin, by the common  council of Our said Province may, by the favour  of God be ordained.  In testimony whereof, We have cn.ised these  Our letters to be made patent, and the G leal Seal  of the saitl Provii.c to be hereunto affixed.  Witness, the Honourable Sir Henri Gnslave  Jcly de Lotbiniere, K r. M. Is. , Lieuteunut-Gov-  euor of our said Province of llritish Columbia,  in Our City of Victoria, in Our >aid Province, this  sixteenth day of June, in tile vear of Our Lord  one thousand nine hundred aud three, and in the  thin! year of Our reign.    By command.  R. K. GKKEN,  Provincial Secretary.  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER   OF    LIQUOR  LICENSE.  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM  Notice is herebv given that Ivv'" make  application to Ihe Board of l.irtMiFC  Coiniiitssioneis of the City of Phoenix,  at tht'ir next meeting, for the transfer  of ihe Liquor License now helii by me  for the "Summit" hotel, situate on lot  10, block 15, Old Ironsides Snli-iHvii>ion  of Plioenix, B. C, to .Inmej Marshall  and K. P. Shea.  Dated this Kith dav of Julv, A. 0.  liKM.  T. II.  RICHARDS.  "-"   (Adopted at Kevclstoke,Sept. ijsh, 1602 )  I. That this i-on vent ion icidinni- Ihe  policy of <he party in matleiH ot |irouii-  cial-roade and liails; tltcoiviieislnp nnd  control of raihvn'yeiiiid i)ieili\elo|iin<>nt  of the agricultural resources'of ihe prov-  inceas laid down in the phuloini adopted in Octoher, I8!lfl, which is a�� follows:  "To actively aid in tlieconftnKtionof  trails throughou! the undeveloped portions of the. province and the bui'clinjrof  provincial trunk roadK of public necessity.  "To adopt the: principles of government ownership of'railways in ho far as  the cireuti.stances of the "proume will  admit, and the. adoption of the principle  that no honus should be (.'ranted to any  railway company which dops not give  Ihe government of the .province control  of rales over lines boiiused, together  with the option of purchase.  "To actively assist hy slate aid in the  development of the agricultural resoucea  of the province.  '2. That in the meantime and until  the, railw.av policy above set forth can  be accomplished, a ceneral railway act  tie passed, giving freedom to construct  railways under certain approved regulations, analogous to the system that has  resulted in such extensive railway construction in the United States, with so  much advantage to trade and commerce.  3.' That to encourage the mining industry, the taxation of melalliferous  mines s'lould be on the. basis of a percentage on Ihe net profits.  4. That the government ownership  of telephone systems should he brought  about as a first step in the acquisition  of public utilities.       "  5. That a portion of every coal area  hereafter to b�� disposed of should be reserved from sale or lease, so that state-  owned mines may be easily auepsible, it  their operation becomes necessary or advisable. ��� ��� y  6. ���: That^ in'pulp land leases prowsion  should be made for reforesting and that  steps should he taken for Ihe general  preservation of forests by gn.irdmg  against the-��;asteful'destruction of timber.  7.. That the legislature and government of ihe'province should perse\ere  in the effort to secure the exclusion of  Asiatic h.'ior.  8. That the matter of better tetms in  'the way of unbeidv and applanations  for ���the* province should be ugoroush  pressed upon the Dominion government  9. That the silver-lead indiit-lries of  the province lie fostered and encouraged  by the imposition of inureiiFeil customs  duties on lead and lead'products impoit-  ed into Canada, and that, the Ooii'-ena-  tive members of the Dominion House be  urged to support any measure inttoduced  for such a purpose.  10. That as industrial disputes almost  invariably result in great, losbiind mjuiy  both to the'parties directlv concerned  nnd to the public, legislation should be  passed to provide means for an aminible  adjustment of such dispute-* between  employers and employees.  II. That it is advisable to footer ihe  man 11 fact tire of ihe iavr products of Ihe  province within the province as far as  practicable by means of taxation on the  said raw products, subject to rebate of  the same in whole or part when manufactured in British Columbia.  Conservative Conventions.  At a meeting' of the -executive of the  Provincial Conservative Association,  held at Vancouver, the province,was  divided into five divisions for organization purposes. , The Kootenay-Boundary division is made up ot the following  provincial election districts: Revelstoke,  Columbia, Fernie, Cranbrook, Ymir,  Kaslo, Slocan, Grand Forks, (-ireenwood,  ihe city of Rossland, and the city of  Nelson. At the same meeting the following resolutions were adopted:  1. That conventions for nominating  candidates for members of the legislative assembly be tiiade up of delegates  chosen as follows:  (a). Int city electoral districts, one  delegate for every fifty and fraction of  fifty votes polled at the provincial elecr  tion held in 1000, and if the city is divided into wards, the proportion of delegates for each ward shall be based on the  vote polled in each ward at the last  municipal election. ���  Cb) In other electoral districts, one  delegate for every fifty or fraction of fifty  votes polled at "the provincial election  held in 11.100, the delegates to be apportioned to polling places, or as near  thereto as will be fair to the voters of  the different neighboorhoods.  2. The election of delegates shall be  at public meetings, held at a designated  central place in each polling division, or  in each ward in city electoral districts, if  the city is divided "intc wards. At such  public meetings only those who pledge  IhemselveE to vole for the canuidate or  candidates selected at the nomination  shall be entitled lo vote for delegates.  3. Two weeks'notice shall be given of  the public meetings at which delegates  are to he elected, and nominating conventions shall beheld in city electoral  districts two days after the day on which  delegates are elected, and in other electoral districts seven days after. All nominations throughout the province to be  made at a designated central place in  each electoral district, and on the same  day.  4. Ail notices of Ihe date of public  meeting!! lor the election of delegates  to nominating conventions, the apportionment of delegates, and the place and  date of nominating c-ouvcnlh ns in the  several electoral districts shall be prepared by the member of the executive  of the division in which the electoral  districts are situated, and issued over  the names of the president and secretary of the Provincial Conservative Association.  A meeting of the provincial executive  will be held at Vancouver within a  month, and the date for holdiiii: district  nominating conventions will then be  fixed. .IOHN HOUSTON,  Pres. Prov. Association.  Nelson, June 8, 1903.  MINERAL ACT.  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER   OF    LIQUOR  LICENSE.  Notice is hereby given that we will  make application to the Board of License  Commissioners of the City of Phoenix  at their next meeting for a transfer of  the Liquor License now held by us for  the "Bellevue" hotel, situate on lot IS.  block IS, Old Ironside Sub-division of  Phoenix, B. C, to Alexander Griegg  and Hugh McDonald.  Dated this 17th dav of Julv, A. D.,  1SI0S.  K. V. SHEA.  JAMES MARSHALL.  CKHTIt'lC&TE OK  IMI'ROVEMKNTS.  Notice.  "Gipsy" Mineral Claim, situate in tile Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where locateil-in (ireenwood Camp.  TAKK NOTlCR that I. Isaac II. Itnllt-tl as  agent for John Mulligan, Kree Miner's Certificate  No HS0173. intent!, sixty days from dale hereof,  to apply to the Milling KecoVder fur a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown grant of the above claim.  Ami further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced bcfoie tile issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 13II1 ilayof July. A. D. 190.'.  I. 11. HAU.KTT.  All the news of the Ko'itenay and  Yale in the Nelson Daily News. At  your newsdealer's on day of publication  Can you make a better present to  your eastern friends than a subscription  to the Phoenix Pioneer for a yeai ?  s  r  m  1 it  f,'  H  11  4  i'  j t  \^' if  J 'o  5W  1  ttf*!'  ii  K' ' ,  i  l>!^'.  * ,  4  .1  'I I  -i  <:  i -  'it  itf  I1  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST  TO    PHOENICIAN '  1  Dr. Mathison, Dentist.  \Vm. M. Law, of Greenwood, was a  visitor in the city last Wednesday.  Bunkhouses are being erected at the  Betts and Hesperus mines on Hardy  mountain.  Several cars of Similkameen horses  were shipped from Midway this week  to the northwest.  Mrs. W. C. Tilsley and little daughter went to Loon Lake for an outing  last Wednesday.  Chas. H. Flood chief of police in  Phoenix, has been appointed a provincial constable.  Geo. B. Paul, accountant at the  Greenwood smelter, passed through  from Spokane Thursday evening.  Alderman J. L. Manly has resigned  from the council of Grand Forks, and  a new election set for August 5th..  August J. Pilger and John Hartman  have leased and reopened the Maple  Leaf hotel on Old Ironsides Avenue.  S. Barry Yuill and Chas. Dempsey,  of Greenwood, have leased the Boundary Falls hotel from Thos. Wake for  two years.  During the first six months of this  year, according to the financial statement, the city of Grand Forks expended $33,103:46.  A number from Phoemix have been  camping on the North Fork of Kettle  river recently, including the Finnigan  and Petrie families.  Grand Forks was reported practically  deserted last Tuesday, a Sunday School  picnic being responsible for that unusual state of affairs.  Lizzie Gill, the niece of R. S. Eraser,  -who went to Spokane some days ago  for expert medical treatment, is reported to be improving.  The Greenwood Electric Co. is  stringing the wire on the new short cut  line from the Granby works to the  milk ranch below the city.  W. B. Cochrane spent Sunday in town  from Grand Forks, where he is now  spending most of his time. Mrs.  Cochrane will go down Monday.  Foreman Dermody, of the Granby  mines, went to Medical Lake, near  Spokane, again Thursday, called by  the news that his little child was very ill.  W. G. Fraser, master mechanic at  the Granby mines, with Mrs. Fraser,  Miss Fraser and V. G. Younghusband,  returned Monday from a ten days'  camping trip to Curlew lake.  -��� It is stated that Thos J. Hardy, of  .Greenwood, and C. M. Crouse of Midway, contemplate starting a newspaper  at some suitable point in the North  West Territories���Greenwood Times.  Geo. D. Turner, principal of the  public school has resigned and accepted a position in the office of the Hun-  ter-Kendrick Co. The school board  is now advertising for a new teacher, the  new term beginning August 10th.  Married at Grand Forks, July 25th,  Norman Jackson, bookkeeper at Le-  quime's sawmill, to Miss Amelia Mader,  at the residence of the bride's stepparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brown,  Rev. J. R. Robertson officiating.  Dr. D. E. Evans, Of North Dakota,  occupied the Presbyterian pulpit last  Sunday. With his wife he has been  visiting his brother, Wynn Evans  The Doctor is superintendent of the  Good Will Indian Industrial School, at  Sisseton Agency, North Dakota.  Last Sunday the C. P. R. ran a  special train from Greenwood and Phoenix, to connect with the excursion of  the Eagles from Grand Forks to Curlew lake. About 100 went from Greenwood and Phoenix, and the picinic  was pronounced a great success.  Miss Sara Clarke, accompanied by  her father, W. X. Clarke, from Fair-  haven, Wash., arrived last Tuesday, on a  visit to her sister, Mrs. A. D. McKenzie.  Mr. Clarke was formerly a resident of  Phoenix, and Miss Clarke has been  teaching school at Fairhaven.  J. L. Martin and E. D. Mortimer  visited the former's ranch last Saturday, not far from Curlew. Mr. Martin also went to the U. S. LeRoi mine,  near there, where he is interested and  is doing some development work. He  states that the property is looking well.  Samuel Somerville, who has been  local manager for the Wm. Hunter Co.,  Ltd., for the last two years, was called  to Vernon Tuesday by the illness of  his wife. As Mr. Somerville intended  to sever his connections with the store  next month anyway, he decided to do  it at this time, leaving Mr. Reeves in  charge.  John Keen, of Kaslo, president of  the Povincial Mining Association,  was a visitor in camp Tuesday, accom-  anied by the mayor of Eholt, G, Arthur  Rendell. Mr. Keen, after looking  over the big mines, had a conference  with President Rumberger, of the local  branch of the mining association, with  with a view to calling a meeting of the  executive this month at Rossland.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, postoffice blk.  Wm. Tomlinson, chief clerk at the  Snowshoe mine, has been spending a  few. days at Spokane.  John R. Brown, the Liberal candidate in Greenwood riding, was a visitor  in the city last Saturday.  Born, to the wife of W. J. Simpson,  proprietor of the Greenwood hotel,  Greenwood, July 25, a son.  William Anderson, of Cascade, came  in on Wednesday's train, proceeding to  Greenwood the same evening.  Cotton rags wanted at the Pioneer  office- Highest price paid. Bring  em along and get your money.  THE MASrER MECHANIC'S >'V.W  TAK SOAP heals mid softens the skin, while  promptly cleansing it of grease, oil, rust, elc.  Invaluable for mechanics, farmers, sport-smeii.  Free Snmple on receipt of re for postage. Albert  Toilet Soap Co., Mfrs, Montreal.  Financial Deal In Grand Forks.  It is announced that A. C. Flu-  merfelt, a director of the Eastern  Townships Bank and assistant to President S. H. C.Miner of the Granby  Consolidated, and H. N. Galer, assistant general manager of the Graii.by  Consolidated, have acquired a tWQ-  thirds interest in the Grand Forks  Investment & Trust Co. Lloyd'A.  Manly, the" founder and organizer of  the company, ' will retain a third interest.. The name will be changed on  August 20th to that of the British  American Trust Company.. The capit  al will be very considerably increased,  but the amount has not yet been determined. The new officers are as  follows: President, A. C. Flurherfelt;  vice- president, Lloyd A. Manly; managing director, H. N. Galer.       ���'������-..  German Metallurgist Here.  A recent visitor to Phoenix was Dr.  Oscar Dyckerhoff,   of   Frankfurt-on-  the Main, Germany, who is direcktor  der Metallurgischen Gesellschaft A. G.  The doctor was shown over the Granby mines by Wm. Yolen Williams, and  was of course surprised at what he saw.  He is visiting different camps and  smelters, looking into the different processes.   He represents clients who have  extensive  holdings   in Spain,  Africa,  South America and other parts of the  world.   From here he went to Nelson.  Pioneer Has Opposition!.?),  This week a new paper made its  appearance in Phoenix, called the  Phoenix Courier. It is rather small  for its 'age,; b'ut that gives;it the greater  chance to- grow. Our enterprisipg  druggist,, J. B. Boyle, is the publisher.  As. yet;it has but 6ne;advertisement,  that of a_ well known patent medicine concern, and as might be expected from a house organ, it is devoted  largely :to - matters connected with the  drug line. Whether another issue  issue will appear, remains to be seen.  Hospital Donations.  Li��t of Donations received Bince Jan.  1st, UI03,' to the Phoenix General Hoh-  pitul:  One Doicn Shirts' .'. Mrs. Griffin  Carpet, bed awl bluukcU lor private ward, chickens and provisions.,.. ���.JIrs. Macy  A quantity of Jam...Mrs. .Matheson, Greenwood  liooks and Preserves.. Mrs. Rees  A quantity of Preserves Mrs. I'ovle  A Case of Whisky : Mr. Astley  ''ash, $5 ; 1. A r'rlcurl  Cavili, J50 .: A Friend  Surgical Dressings A. P. .McKenzie  Bedding ; Win   Yolen Willinun  Harrisier Keen..; W. B Cochrane  Much-Herded Swing Splint Mr. Delalim  Hooks and HifKS Mrs. Willcox  Two Down Pillow Slips ami One Dozen 1'oweU  ,, Mr. Mac\  Cash, $20 ....'...,.'... A piienil  Hooks : Mrs. Willcox  Papers mid Mnnnzines McKae llros ft Smith  I'.ight small Wnrd Tabk-s.aml Wicker KasyChan  A  I-'rienC  Provisions... , Mrs. Macv  ''lathing :...'. Kriendt  Subscriptions for seven Magazines, A. I,. White  Nov York Cll\  Haster Turkey.! W. S Mac)  Cash, fso Kastcri!|'I\jwuships Mniik.Sherbrook'  Cash, $150.00 1.ord Strntlicoiis'  Cash, $5... A Hriein  Twentv-five dollar (8-ilny) Clock Geo. K. Be  A quantity of Provisions _ W. S. Mac  A quantity of Jtfarmalndc ���..\V. I,. Gcmmine  Pot Plants I). McPheison and C. llendcrsor  KgKS A Pricmi  Cash $100 Mr   and Mrs. S II. C. Mine  35 li. p. boiler for Steam Ilenliiix Grnnliy Co  Two Cords of Wood : ;. A 1'ileni  Sawing Three Cords of Wood A priein  Strawberries. ..Marshall &. Shei  Your (liugiiiKt will 'refund your money  if you arc not, witii-litul nfic'r usini;  Ohiiiiilii'iliiin'H Colic. ('liuWru and Diur-  iliot'ti Kt'ini'ily. It, ia ��vcrywhere admitted to l>o the most sm-ccwsful remedy  in 11*0 for Ixnvul complaints and the  only one? thatnover fulls. It is pleaannt,  safe and reliable;.  f Church Services  j Tomorrow.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  "    ' .'Remedy.!.;.  The uniform stiticeFs' of this remedy  haB made Jt the most popular, preparation in use for howel complaints.' It if?  everywhere recognized as tho one remedy rthat can always be depended upon  and :that is pleasant to takeylt ie  especially valuable for summer diai-  rhoeain "childrenand is undoubtedly the  means of saving the lives of a great  many children each year. For sale by  all druggists.  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER   OF   LIQUOR  LICENSE.  Notice is hereby given that we will  mnke application to the board of License  Commissioners of the City of Phoenix,  at their next meeting, for a transfer of  the Liquor License held by us for the  "Maple Leaf" hotel, situate on lot G.  block 1, Old Ironsides sub-diviBion 01  Phoenix. B.C., to John Hartman and  August J. Pilger.  Dated this 25th clay ot July. 1903.  '       alex. '��� greigg ,���:���.���'  h. Mcdonald,  Notice of Date of Public Meetings for the  Election of Delegates to the Nominating  Convention.  Supporters of the Liberal-Conservative party  will hold public meetings at the following named  places in Grand Forks election district on Thursday, August 13,1903, at 8:30 o'clock p. m., for the  purpose of decline delegates to a convention to  beheld at Grand Porks, in the rooms of the  Grand porks Liberal-Conservative Association,  ou Saturday, August 15th,1901, At 8.30 o'clock,  p. m.:1 ������;;.��� ������..'���,.������  No. Delegates  ... to be elected.  Grand Forks...., ;'. 6  Phoenix...1...;.;^..;;;.....;.;......;.:.;...:.   (Jolumbia ������������'i  Cascade ...............:...........;.���.. ..1  : Gladstone .. .i -'.��.. ..1  The delegates to the convention will nominate  a candidate for the legislative assembly to contest Grand Forks election distlict in the interest  of the Liberal-Couservative party.  The chairman and Stcretary of the public  meetings shall issue credentials to the delegates  elected. JOHN HOUSTON.  president of the Liberal-Conservative Union of  British Columbia. ."'  Dated atUraud Forks, July 35th, 1903.  GRAND  FORKS  ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that I shall 011 Mondnj  thejislday of August, A D., 1903, at the hour 1  10o'clock in the fnrenoom at the Couit House I-  'Grand Forks, hold n Court of Kcvision of th  Register of Voters to lie prepared by lue undi  the provisions of tlic "Kedlstrihiitlou Act, 19 7  and of the "Provincial F.kctions Act."',  Dated at Grand Forks, 11   (J., the 35th day o'  June, 1903.  ,    S. K. ALMOND  '      r Collectpr of Vutes.  [Zs]    ' '       ���7~  IIKNRI G. JOI.Y or LOTHINll-CRK,  . ���      ���   Lieutenant-Governor,  KD1VAKD Tim SI-VHNTH.liv the Grace of Clod  of the United Kingdom of Great lliitiiin, anil  of the fritish Dominions beyond the sens.  King, Defender of the Fnith &c.,&c.  To the Returning officer of the Grand .Fork>  Klectoral Distriet :;  WK COMMAND VOU that, noticeof the time  and place or election being duly given, you cli  cause election to be ni'ide according to law ol'oni  member to serve in the Legislative Assembly ol  British Columbia for the Grand Forks electoral  dislrict,nud that you. do cause nomination ol  candidates at such election to lie held 011 Ihe 15th  day. of October next, and do cause the name of  such member, when so elected, to be certified It.  the Deputy Provincial Secretary, at the. city of  .Victoria, ou or before the istli day of Novemher,  ,1903, the election so made, distinctly and opeuiy  under your seal duly endorsed  upon this Out  Writ... ..  In Testimony Whereof, We liavc caused these  Our Letteis to he made Patent "under the  Great Seal of Our Province of llritish < oluiu-  bla.   Witness: The Honourable Sir IIbnxi  G. Iolv DK Lothi.nirke, K  C. M.U.ntOur  Government House, this 16th day ol July, A.  .   D. 1903. ,  By Command.  ��� :���'      A. CA.MPBKLL RKDDIE,  Deputy Provincial Secretary.  Church.of England Services���Holy  Communion each Sunday at 8 a. in.,  Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.;  fust Sunday in each month Holy  Communion also at midday. All seats  hee.    IS. P. Klewclling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at iii a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sun'day school and llible  :lass at 2:30 p. 111. Midweek meeting  A'ednesday at 7.30 p.m. Rev. V. M.  i'urdy, B. A., pastor.  Methodist���Services at n a.m. and  7.30 p. 111. at Hardy-McKenziehall, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sun-  liiy School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty invitation is extended to all. Thos.  "iieen, .11. A., pastor.  Let-tie -Show "Tou  Soniwof tliuchoice Wutclu'r which  I now. have in Htock. li iH well  worth your while to cxaiiiiui: thcin,  whether you witdi to Ketone now or  in the future. We. httve koocI time-  keepers���Klgili mnke��� that we can  nell you an low aa ij8. Not much in  it for tin, hut thill's your aclvaiiliive.  Of coii'-8t) we have line chronoiiieteiH  also.    Drop in unci see Ihein.  O. E. DEY,  Tlie Jeweler, Knob Hill Ave.  Official .C.P.R. ���Time   Inspector.  a  Grand Forks,  Phoenix  and Greenwood  Sudh a  Headache"  Our Headache Powders will cpiickly,  gently nnd Kitfely euro you, no  iiuilter how violent the lleailtu'lie.  Nothing iiijiuii'UH in them. 12,25c  BOYLE,  The Druggist.  'I'lione 16  Fishing'  FIRE Insurance.  .M.hO  Life, Accident  and Health,  Real Estate, Mines and Stocks.  HoiiHfH, Hootnf, Cabiim nnd Stores  Kor Kent nt all (iricec. DcciIh nnd  Documents   Kccoidcd.    Money lo  Loan,  ED. H. MORTIMER,  t'ien'l inenl, I'.O. 11,.it 33, l'liounix, B.C.  STAGE  J. V. KOVI-CK,      :       :  LINE.  :       Proprietor,  sit  l'HOKNlX, B.C.,  For Sale or Rent.  Completely Furnished,  Centrally Located and a  ' . "' ��� Good Stand for  ^ The'Right.-Man.  Apply to     ..,,'.������  MULLIN 13ROS.,.  Piioicnix, B. C.  lleKiuninir June ltit, leux-e (lieeiiwotxl at 6 ti.in.  i,lid l'lioeiiixul 7:3011,111 -. in-live utC'.innil Forks  :0:30a in.VIeuveGrnitil l?ork��3:45 p. 111..arriving  at i'lincniic 7 |i. in., autl (irceii��'ui.cl tit 8. ]). 111.  ���'omiectH liolli wiiy�� with Great Northern traiiiH.  Knre���(iraml VurkH to I'hoenlx, $160; Plioenix  lo Gfcenwuod,}oc; (IrcenwocMl ta I'hoenlx, $1 00  Gicewood toGinutl Koiki��, $3. (Iflice in Greete  wood, lit Noriliern TeleKrajih oflice. In IMtoe-  nix, McKue 11,on. & Smitli. Ill (iran.1 I'orlc',  I'll. Norther ofliccs. Vor express rutcn, inquire  ul citner office.  Special Round Trip Rates.  ' Between June 4th and August s6ih  the Illinois Central will sell rriind trip  tickets from Oregon and Washington  points to Chicago, Cairo, Memphis  and New Orleans at greatly reduced  rates..'./,'  .,'.-, Tickets good for three months. Going limit ten days. Returning limit  ten days after starting west. Stopover  piivileges either way, west of the Missouri river.  Sale dates are arranged to be convenient lor delegates, to conventions of  National Educational Association, at  Boston; Elks, at Baltimore; Woodmen,  at Indianapolis; Eagles, at New York;  Shriners.at Saratoga; Knights of Pythias  at Louisville and Commercial Travelers at Indianapolis.  You can take your choice of sixteen  different routes. Write us. We will-  cheerfully., give'you any detailed information you want.  ' B..H. Trumbull,  142 Third St.,  Portland, Ore.  160ACREFARM  For Sale.  Choice locution near Curlew, on the  American side. 80 acres fenced, 35 acre?  in oats, which will pay half of purchase  price when cut, Team, wmron, harness,  icood log house and barn.  Everything in shape so that yon can  call it IIOMK��� and at a real bargain.  Full particulars of. this snap can be  had by applying to  E.II.MOKTIMEK,  Phoenix, B. C.  ^OREGON  Sho^t Line  and union Pacific  ONLY LINE   EAST   VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  ,Two Trains Dailv,  Steamship tickets to Kuropeand other  fcireit/ii c'onntrieB.  I.euveH  Dully  Bpokime Time Schedule.  I'.flective IJcc. jj 190J  Arrive.  Daily  ���    ���  ! Transfer, ���  i  DryWood for sale,  W. B. DOCKSTEADfR,:  Residence oncl Stables at foot of  Dominion Ave., phoenix, B.C.  .0^110x269. 'Phone No  40.  ��� ������������.-���������������������������������������������������������a  THOS. BROWN,  ���DEALER IN���  From PHOENIX to  St. Paul, Minneapolis,   Duluth Sioux  city, :  $60.50.  RETURN':  Chicago and return. .-/...';���'... .$72.00  Toronto and return........;... 96.80  Montreal, New York & return, 108,00  St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,   60.50  Kansas City,,,.>,......���".......   68.50  Corresponding rates to all Eastern  points. Tickets available via Lake  Route, including meals and berths=^  sailing dates, August  18,   19, a.j, ��6.  SPECIAL.  Detroit (Epworth League) $80,25  Boston, (N. E. A. convention) 93.00  lialtimore,(B.B.O.E: " . 90.00  Saratoga, (Mystic Shrine).. ..90.00  For selling dates arid conditions ol  sale for special points, apply to Canadian Pacific agents, or write  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.  IWen's Wear Exclusively,  ������   Invites every man in Phoenix to give  him a call and examine goods. ... .  Hardy-McKeo^ie Blk.,     Dominioii Ave.  PHOENIXr5 G  Black's Hotel<  ......Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX,  H. C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  liar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  ��� Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 36, J. .T. TIPPING, Prop.  \xwmmwmmwm?  Snthyr PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Joismalt  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on Boundary Mining Matters,  Simply send a $2 bill for year's trial to  Pionekr Pub. Co., Phoenix, B. C.  HAS .OPENED A  Carriage and Wagon Shop  IN CONNECTION with the hucksmith shop.  Contracting and Building,  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  I Full Line of Hard Woods.   Shop on Dominion'Avenue   y  7.4511.111. VAST MAIL���To nml from  Coeur d'Alciic district, Viiriu*  ingtou C.iiifieM ��� olfiix. I'iiIU  man, *Moscovv, *i��oineroy,  Wnitsliuit!. Dnylou. Wall a  Wfilln, I'ei dlilon, linker City  nnil iitl points lias! 6.35 |>. 111  415 p.m. KXl'RKSS���Vor l<-|irniiiigtoii  Ciiirfielsl, Colfax, I'lillmitn,  Moscow. I.c.vistoii.l'ortlniiil  San Vrniiclsco, Huker City  uncihII points HAST.  KXI'KHSS ���V10111 nil points  KnHt, Maker City. Sun Vrmi-  Cisco, Portland, Colfux, r.ar-  ficld and Vurmiiijtton.... 9.30a. 111  ���Kxcept Sunday. '  . SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Rome.  Steamers sail from Ainsworth dock, Portland,  nt 8 p. 111. and from Spear Street wharf, SanVrnii-  cisco, at io.a. m. every five days.  Tickets oh sale at all S. V. & N. stations.  Vor further information as to rates, time ol  trains, equipment, etc., address  GV.O. J. MOin.KK, General Agent,  430 Kiverside Ave., Spokane, Wash  It is'getting time to tackle  tlie finny tribe. Before you  .start ont be sure yon call at  our store and examine our  complete line of these goods,  We have Fishing Rods, of  all kinds ; lines that will  hold the biggest of fish; singers, hooks aud everything  lH'eded by the disciples of  the famous Isaac vValtou.  Our prices are right, as  well as tlie goods, and we  invite vou to call when you  get the fishing fever.  IM����11II  K.NOll llll.l. AVK.,   1'llOKN'IX, IVO.  Phoenix Bakery,  I'hueiiix Street.    ' I'lione 53,  We'make good bread,     Try it.  ...C. \V. OKIiKR. Pkopkiktok  W. ZIMMERMAN  gTHE JEWELER^  HAS HE.MOVKD TO  ��i^.Doininiion Ave.  Ailjoining the Hanly-Mc-Kenzie Uloi-k.  He will liu pIciiHt'il to ueu  All his old patrona, ntid many  New oneB at the  NEW LOCATION.  Motel  Review  li'l, -Itli nnil 5tli lliiuiH ,'  S-'iiiilti'Hiiiitii.Iioviuw.'  liiiililinif, < '���  SPOKANE.  Tin-   flni'i'l   family  hotel in  I In. city.  With or without lnn'inl, I'iIcuh iiiiiiUiriitit'.  SUTHERLAND 1 DART,  ���    ���, I'nii'rictoi-H.^  WHEN 1n~NELSON"  .ST')!' AT  i'lIK llOTKI,    ".  PHMR  The New Mnmi^ei, I).'I'QNIKINS,  litis nintlo it the Leading I lott-l of il'm  Kociietiiiys.  WK  STII,I, HVY A'NVTl11IN*7THAT  C< 'M KS A I.ONli AT Til K    )��J8   %&  Granby Exchange  It in iin'iiiiMt-ililc lo c'lituimiiite ti���.  Hiioilri ��lt hiivc for Hit 1*-*  10  ��f say  that  WE SELL  EVERYTHING.  ALBERT GROUX,  ��� ��� Practical Horseihoeing, Blacksmithing  Dominion Avk... I'iiokmx, B.C.  ENCKES  LCHINE  We are Sole Licensees, for Canada, for the Manufacture of  The Overstrom Concentfating Table*  Aid we will guarantee this 'able to be the most Efficient.Concentrator on t'.e  maket, excepting none. Our branch of!J.:e, or head ofliee will Ie  pleased to receive enquiries and quote prices.    Catalogue free.  OMPANY* Rossland.  Sherbrooke,  Que.  35 Lansdowne St.  Greenwood  0-<>0<KXH><>0-<><KKX^  GW/RUMBERGER  Real Estate and  Mines* ���> \,   **+  Houses To Rent^rid^For Sale in all parts of the city.  G. W. RUMBERGER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  6 ao^o-o-ao-o-o-o-0-0 <h><kk>-o<><><kk><h><>6  -Dominion   A,v��nu��.  Telephone No. 28.  Some of out BARGAINS that yo�� will  need for hot weather.  LADIKS' STRAW SAILORS       75  SILK GLOVES       20  PARASOLS    1  25  FANCY COTTON HOSE ...      4o  BLACK COTTON HOSE ...      25  '��     : SLIPPERS,    11  '."       OXFQRp TIES............  2 09  MEN'S BLACK and COLORED HATS, 1 06  J. B. STETSON, BLACK and COLORED 4 00  MEN'S AND BOYS'CLOTHING,  BELOW COST  M EN'S WASH  TI ES...y    3 for      50  "      SILK TIES.        25  "      LINEN COLLARS  3 for      50  '.'      WHITE SHIRTS....... ......      90  !!'.'' BLACK. SHIRT��.   75  'I  EANQV SHIRTS  1 00.  .'<     C0TTQN SOCKS,,, ,'v-.' ". -'   ap  THB PRESIDENI' BRACE       go  MEN'S FINE SHOES. ; . ...     2,-00'  " LACED CANVAS SHOES..... 150  G. A. SLATER SHOES ..........   .'..,' 3 00  Every Article in the Store REDUCED in Price  -����^i5  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C,  :��^?����Jffl$  1 ������������"'��� ���      ���!.


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