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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 30, 1904

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Array .*'iJK-"i^*'  ^  SO  I>  1.  A  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 684,000 Tons of  Ore in 1903.   <#   #  '1%  \     f    *^f   Tr>^. |M*ty   *  lf)(M  G'  J"OR!A  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted! to the Ltfeifotts orthe Boundary Mining District.  Vol. V.  PHOENIX,: BJEUtfeH JQLtfMBIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1904.  No. 25  IHE ISTO  1  Meats & Lard  A Fresh Shipment just arrived of their excellent  and. appetizing   Hams and  Bacon.      Also several  barrels of their  Famous  Pig-pork���just the right -  thing for pork and bean*.  Silver Leaf Lard   1 * _���___  Guaranteed fresh and pure, put up in air tight  pails to guaid against if becoming rancid���like so  inany brands of Canadian Lards do.  'l ���'  PRICE LIST.* ���  Swift*,0  !��J  "s Winchester Hams, 20c per pound.  "        Bacon, 20c  "        "  11  A 1 Premium '���      25c,  Pig Pork       -        17c  Lard, 3 pound pails    ���  c " "  10     "      "  <(  ",  50c.  80c.  $1.60.  Canadian Meats  1  Gordon & Ironsides, and Fear man's  HAMS and BACON IOCa  Prices' consistent with quality.        J  i.a.  ./in'   * V-  The t1unter=t\endrich (o.. Ltd.  PHOKNIX.  GREENWOOD.  CRAND FORKS.  KY^zmMmm<^mm*mm  ���Q9W?iQWZ��$iW&SWQ&Xi��.  House-  Made  By a visit to our HARDWARE DEPARTMENT;  We have all the requisites for the Spring "Clean-up."  PAINTS of all colors in handy sized packages.  KALSOMINE in pretty shades���5c packages.   ���"���  WHITING, PAINT BRUSHES,  PASTE BRUSHES and WHIT1NJ BRUSHES.  Call and get a color card for paints and kalsomine.  DEATH OP MRS, BREAKENRIDOU.  Putted P����!��lly Away Moiday Evtali(~  5k*!caofHer Life.  Mrs. George E. Breakenridge, after  an illness of several months from cancer, passed peacefully away last Monday at n.30 p. m., at the  Phoenix  General Hospital, having been in that  institution exactly three months!   She  experienced much pain during her illness, but it left her in her last days.  The   funeral   was   held   Wednesday  morning at the family residence,  Rev.  W. A. Robins, of the Church of England/officiating. The pall-bearers were  Mayor Rumberger,   D. J.   Mathesoh,  I. Crawford, R. S. Fraser, J. Ht Tre  vorrow, and G.  W.   McAulifle,  irjter-1  ment taking place in the Greenwood  cemetery,'where  Mrs.  Breakenndge's  son was buried. ���  Mr. Breakenridge, who has been  seriously ill from pneumonia, was carried by Dr. Boucher to lake a last look  at the face of his beloved wife, he being confined, to his bdd at the, time of  the funeral.     , ... ���  Mrs.Breakenridge was a woman wrjo  was beloved by the entire community;'  and her many unselfish "deeds will riot  soon be forgotten here.. Her' maiden  name was Elizabeth Ann Morris, and  she was born at Acton, Ind.,'December 26, 1839, being in, her 65th year  at the time of her death. Her first  husband was James S. Wheatley, who  was killed in the general. massacre by  the Indians that took place at Fort  Phil Kearney, Dakota, in December,  1866, in-'which 80 ��� others lost their  lives.  ' She was" married to Mr. Breakenridge at Ft. Phil Kearney on June 3,  1868, and the union haj. been a most  happy one. SheC leaves one son by  her former husband, Milton H. Wheat-  ley, who is a resident of Phoenix, and  a granddaughter, Irene, a bright little  girl of seven years. It will be remem  bered that Irene's father, J. \V. Wheat-  leyt was burned ^to.- death about'two  years ago here, in a fire that occurred  on' the Breakenridge place.  Mr. and Mrs. Breakenridge have  been residents of Phoenix for nearly  five years, having arrived here in the  summer of 1899,'being among the  oldest residents of Phoenix. The  Pioneer joins in extending the - sympathy of the residents of Phoenix generally to the tereaved ones in this the  time of their sorrow.  SETMfi THE  ?fW0ER  it  TORONTO'S GREAT FIRE IN BRIEF.  Montreal People,Getting it in  ,.���' ��� .   Shape.  S01EOSI   IAS MEN PAID OVEfi  fsV  lis SUtcHHtrf D��)aH* Mate Yet, Bat II it.  BtiteVfti II Will It CUKtf ������ is Tw�� sr  Three Weeks.  ,.<  .'���Grocery-  yU Anbther'shipment of Fearman's Hams and Bacon.  Fresh Ontario Butter in 1 lb., 15 lb., 30 lb., and  56 lb. packages; and don't foroet .  '^Anchor Brand Flour"  MACK BROTHERS AND THE ATHELSTAN.  Johs Waits His Hall it That  $14,000 Sale  Money.  About a year ago W. T. Hunter and  G. H. Collins, representing a syndicate,  agreed to purchase a control of the  Athelstan Gold Mining Co., for a  price of about $14,000. As is well  known the property was successfully  worked, and is reported not only to  have "yielded the amount called for in  the bond, but a handsome sum besides. The following from the Spokes  man-Review shows how the Mack  Brothers are quarreling over the division of part of the purchase price:  "Troubles between two brothers,  Robert Mack and John Mack, busied  Judge Kennan yesterday. John is suing his brother for an accounting of  money arid mining stock. At the  closeof the court the plaintiff had  nearly completed his case,'  "The trouble arose out of the' mining venture of Robert, John and Will  Mack. The three together owned the  Athelstan mine, near Phoenix, B. C.  Robert Mack, the plaintiff, says that  his brother, John Mack, has refused  to divide $11,000 ahd''35b,qqby>hares  of stock' which he says was received  by^John in consideration for the sale  of the property. The total amount  of cash received in the sale was $14,-  000, but Robert says John divided  $3,0.00." ���.'������..'  The all-absorbing topic};' in ' the  Boundary jusf now is the. pending consolidation of (he Montreal and' Boston  Copper Co., owning' the ; Boundary  Falls two-fumacet smelter,{with the  Dominion Cpupeir pj*j owning six valuable claims in th��.cjmp. * Little that  is satisfactory can 4^ learned as yet  regarding the details, but there appears to be,everyj;reason to believe  that ihey are gradually being worked  out to a successful conclusion.  It is said by those in a position to  know that some cash has been'" paid,  and it is believe^ that this is in connection with the talcing in of the Athelstan, the option, or bond on which  must be taken care pf by the people  establishing the new, seven and a half  million dollar corporation, by the 10th  of May. -Granting'that the negotiations with Dominion Copper Co. have  by this time been consummated, in  the course of Jtwo ��weeks the details of  the entire consolidation should be  made public. ���     - >'  James Breen, of the Dominion Copper Co., is credited with saying that he  would not sell exceptjupon a spot cash  basis, and probably his. individual  holdings ,will be taken care of in that  manner; It^uiulRQtqsMMbat others  interested can be dealt with on satisfactory,terms. .  . Such a merger, that of the Sunset,  Morrison, Brooklyn, .Emma and Athelstan groups, would, with ample capital for operations, make' the strongest  kind of a combination���the second, in  fact, in the Boundary.. It would ha\e  in its own mines nearly, every constituent needed for smelting, including  iron, sulphur, silica, etc. The smelter  would be enlarged, converters installed  and it would mean a largely augmented  payroll for the Boundary. Many believe that it will be worth more to the  business men of the Boundary than  the building in of a new railway line.  Coidie Sunnarr of Chief features of (he  Coofliiratloo.  Here is t.he st,ory of the great  con'  flagration   as summed  up into a few  lines:  Loss on buildings, $8,000,000.  Loss on stock, $4,000,000.  Insurance loss, $7,783^00.'  Net loss, $5,000,000.  Firms wiped out, 220.  Employees out of work, 6,000.  Cause���electric wire, supposedly.  Where it started���-E.   & S.  Currie  Co.,   neckwear manufacturers,   West  Wellington street,  Where it   ended���At   Yonge   and  Front streets.  ,When   it started���At   8.09   p. m.,  Tuesday, April 19.  ,   When it ended���At 4 a. m.,   Wednesday, April 20, (under control.)  ���   Duration of fire���eight hours.  Miles of hose used���About 24,000  feet, (neariy five miles.)  Number of engines, 10.  Number of hose companies, 28.  Number, of truck companies, 7.  Number of fire fighters, 300.  j   Aid rendered from���Buffalo,  Hamilton, London, Brantford, Niagara Falls,  Toronto Junction, East Toronto, Kew  Beach. ,,  1  :  Men injured, 20.  District affected���Almost the en  tire wholesale section.  Who saw the fire first���Nightwatch-  man Johnston, P. C. Lannim, civilian  Dawkes.  Who witnessed it���75,000.  STRAWS SHOW  THE WIND  Jim Hill's Contractor in Grand  Forks. .  Boundary Mining Notes  SAiS ye comes for business  Antonio Scarpelll Expects To -Start Coi-  ���iructlei ea Pboeilx Snack la Five or  Six Weeks.  Blfhop poifeavllle Here Tomorrow.  His Lordship, Bishop Dontenville,  will arrive in Phoenix to-morrow afternoon from Greenwood, accompanied  by Rev. Father J. A. Bedard, and the  Bishop will hold services in the church  of Our Lady of Good Counsel in the  evening. Monday morning the bishop  will confirm a class of eight or ten at  the church at nine o'clock, leaving: on  the afternoon train for Grand Forks,  where services will be held in the  evening.' It is the bishop's annual  visit to the Boundary country, and will  be his first visit to the new Catholic  church here.  H. B. MUNROE RECEIVED THE PLUM.  dreeiwood Mil lo Represent Province it SI.  Lealf.  A resident of Greenwood, 'Hugh  Bell Munroe, has r&eived the appointment as British Columbia, member of  the Canadian . commission . at the  ���Worlds Fair at 5tj,-Louis. He will  start next���:. week probably. The  appointment carries with it something  like $7 per day and traveling expenses,  etc., and will be appreciated by the recipient. The Dominion.," has eight  representatives on this commission,  one frdm each of the provinces;        '  Mr. Munroe is a respected citizen  of Greenwood, and has been there for  the last six or eight years, .conducting  a small news stand or. cigar store. It  was expected that the appointment  would go to some good-Grit, and such  has been the case. No one suspected,  however, that Mr Munroe was particularly well informed, for instance,  pn mining, the province's chief industry,  or regardingylumbering, farming arid  fishing. It niust be so, however, as  the appointment has been made, and  made by the great Laurier government.  Declarations Were Seat.  Last Monday City Solicitor Kerr  prepared the declarations, asked for by  Attorney-General Wilson, regarding  the resignations of Aldermen Boyle,  Birnie, McDonald, Porter and Delahay,  and the same were forwarded to the  government by City Clerk Matheson.  It is expected that a new election w ill  be ordered at an early date.  When the Columbia & Western  branch of the C. P R. was' built into  the Boundary from Robson, five years  ago, no sub-contractor was better  known than Tony Scarpelli. He had  large camps all along the' line and  handled his fellow countrymen, the  Italians, with a good, deal of success.  Referring to the long-expected construction of the Great Northern branch  from Grand Forks to Phoenix, here is  what the Grand Forks News-Gazette  said last week about the matter:  "Antonio Scarpelli, a railway subcontractor, arrived here Thursday from  Kalispell. He is authority for the  statement that construction work of  the Phoenix branch of the V., V, & E.  railway will be started inside of six  weeks. Mr. Scarpelli, states that he  has just completed his work on the  Columbia Falls cut-off near Kalispell,  and was about to remove 10 Calgary  when he was notified by Mr. Shields  the main contractor for the Phoenix  branch, that his services would be  needed between here and Phoenix  within the next six weeks. This  caused the sub-contractor to abandon  his plans and remove here with the  idea of going over the route. There is  no doubt in his mind as to the intentions of the Great Northern, as Mr.  Shields is close to J. J. Hill, president  of the Great Northern."  Inspecting the Mines. ���'"���'������  Last Wednesday and Thursday J  Campbell, a gentleman largely identi  fied with capitalists in New York, London and Paris was looking over the  properties in this camp, accomdanied  by Wm. M. Law, ��� >Vy :-S.- Macy, "and  ���Forbes Kirby, taking in the Granby  mines, Brooklyn' group and other properties. Mr. Campbell has been  spending several days in the Boundary  and visited most of the important  mines. It is understood that he was  induced to visit the Boundary hy several of the shareholders in the Providence Mining Co.  Field Work In B. C.  Provincial Mineralogist Robertson,  of Victoria, has advices from Dr. Porter, professor of mineralogy at McGill,  that he is.on hisway out with a summer school of students for. field work  in British Columbia: The party will  stop at Lethbridge, Frank, Blairmore,  Fernie, Moyie, Nelson, Yrni>, Rossland and Boundary points. The party  will probably arrive in Nelson about  May xoth and remain three or four  days. ,  It will be remembered that Dr. Porter was a visitor in Phoenix, on a similar mission, two years ago.  Both Greenwood and Phoenix are  now without photograph galleries.  A donation of $25 has been re  ceived for the Phoenix -General Hospital from the Canadian Rand Drill  Co., of Sherbrooke, Quebec.  Rev.'H.H. Holman, Congregational  minister at'Nelson, gave a lecture on  Socialism at Miner's Union hall Thursday evening to an audience of about  100 persons. He also spoke in Greenwood the previous evening.  Referring to the donation of $50 to  the Phoenix General Hospital by Timothy Eaton, of Toronto,- the Grand  Forks News-Gazette remarks that if  Mr. Eaton acted justly with Grand  Forks he would give that city a free  library or a school of mines.  Geo. E. Dey, the popular jeweler,  starts today for a trip to the east, and  during the two months or more that  he will be absent he willl visit Toronto,  Montreal and other places. In his  absence-C. H. Turnbull, who has been  here several days and who is thoroughly competent in the trade, will have  charge of Mr. Dey's business.  Miss Wallace Johnston, matron of  the Phoenix' General Hospital, will  start Tuesday next on "a well earned  vacation, which she expects to spend  uv Vancouver and Victoria. Miss  Morris an experienced nurse from  Nelson, will arrive Monday, to take  Miss Johnston's place during the latter's  absence.  Thursday noon Harry Munroe, a  pipefitter at the Granby mines, was being lowered in the No. 1 shaft, when  the cage stopped suddenly and he had  two bones of one leg broken. The  fractures were rather bad ones, but he  is getting along nicely at the hospital.  Wm. Stanley was operating the hpist,  and thinking it was descending too  fast, he applied the brake, stopping it  with a jerk, having the above unfortunate result. Stanley afterwards drew  his time.  Horsei For Japan.  James Anderson, one of the owners  of the Morrison-Anderson block in  this city, has accepted an offer from  Dr. Armstrong, of Nelson, Dominion  veterinary for the Kootenays, to assist  him in purchasing 10,000 horses for  the Japanese government. The animals will be shipped from Seattle to  the seat of war. Mr. Anderson leaves  next week for the Dalles, Oregon,  where he will commence his new  duties. The award of the commission  to Dr. Armstrong was a strong tribute  to his professional judgment. _ He..is  well known here and throughout the  entire southern portion of British Columbia as a Dominion veterinary inspector. Mr. Anderson says he expects the total number required, about  10,000, will be purchased in Oregon,  which is famous for its excellent stock.  His instructions are to select first-class  animals, adapted respectively for cavalry, artillery'and transport services. Mr.  Anderson, who was a visitor in Phoenix last Monday, expects to be occupied all summer and will visit the lead-  ng towns in  Oregon.'  In Sf. Andrew's Presbyterian church  to-morrow the morning topic will be  "The Strength of Gentleness," and in  the evening, "A Song of Deliverance."  Latest Prices in Metals.  New York���Copoer, electrolytic, $13.-  I2'i @ $13.25; lake", $13.37)��@ $13.62^-  Bnr Silver. 55  Lead, $4.65.  W. T, SmitK is.planning to start development on the Brey Fogle claim in  Summit camp..  The idle furnace was blown m at  the Mother; Lode smelter this week,  and the other one allowed to go cold,  also for repairs.  The tunnel of the Blue Jay is now  in about 210 feet, the face having  eight inches of ; clean galena which  gave assays of $40.  The spring freshets have made  havee of the workings at the Athelstan  mine, where work is expected to be resumed at no distant date.  Five of the nine carloads of machin  ery for the converter for the Mother  Lode smelter have been received. Installation will be started at once.  At the ElkhOrn, since the water  went down somewhat, a few new men  have been added. The mine continues to ship about two cars of ore  per month. ���  It is understood that the bond on  the Senator, Summit camp, was not  taken up by the Granby smelter interests. Over 1^700 tons of/ore have  been shipped from the Senator.  Solicitor Kerr received  notice yes  terday that the appeal of the Bank of  Montreal to take precedence over the  labor leins against the Winnipeg mine,  had be3n dismissed with costs.  Nice ore continues 'lb be found in  the shaft being sunk on the Don  Pedro claim, being developed by the  Chicago British Columbia Mining Co.,  with H. H. Shalltnberger as manager.  After a short idleness the steam  shovels at the Granby mines will be  set at work again next week. In the  meantime the trackage facilities for the  shovels have been bettered to a considerable extent.  An extension of the bond "on "Ihe ���  Volcanic has u been given till July  1st to the Volcanic Mining and Development Co., of Marquette, Mich. It  is understood that -the diamond drill  operations have been conducted with  success, but latterly, on account of  water, work has been temporarily suspended.  J. C. Haas, M. E., of Spokane, was  in the Boundary last week, and visited  the Golconda, which he is working,  also the Bruce, near Midway, which  he recently bonded to F. Keffer and  J. E. McAllister. The latter is said  to be showing up splendidly under development. Mr. Haas also looked at  the Volcanic.    .  Work is to be staited at no distant  date on the Last Chance,Skylark camp,  which was acquired recently by a reorganized company of Spokane men,  called the Spokane Boundary Mining  Co. The property is already equipped with machinery, and in the past  has shipped some high grade ore, being in that belt.  Card ol Thanks.  We wish to take this opportunity of  expressing our heartfelt gratitude to  the many friends ��� who have been so  kind and thoughtful on the occasion of  the passing away and during the illness of our wife and mother, Mrs. Geo.  E. Breakenridge.  And we wish particularly also to express our deep appreciation of the  never-failing attention and kindness  given to Mrs. Breakenridge by evtjry  member of the staff of the Phoenix  General Hospital, during her late illness.  George E. Breakenridge.  Milton H. Whkati.ey.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor 1900,  1901, lor 1903, and 1904, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1900        1901  64,533 231,762  297     1,731  1902  309,858  20,800  1904  188,716  for 1901, for \  Past  Week [  10,140 \  m]  M  A  ���'ifjf-  w  V'ife'  T$k  ' ffV  w  .'site  H  m  W  . %���  "      "^  J? 1  '-'#'  m  i&  f}<\  $  &  feS  BSMSS  assss  ���i. .,i f.f. v.' j  1 <- >.������- -3?.*  f.  ���--���.,1"  . "i .1  i*V  ;i.,^  Mf  1   -J.  1 "   "    .ill  ��� ,'������1. .-  L    -  ..  *.      1,.  .':-.-r''i.  ���>,'  I.- I> ^.M  ������������������;-��{ ,*  ft L jt" '���  ������' f '* . '*���  u>  ;���*=!.;��, 1  ?'t s. vi  ' ..." "   i'.'VJ?   *   [*.V.,.i���     ?-\.>v*-.-"  ?v  . I.  I J' 1^  1 " ��� ci:  ���-���".' (��� '  ��� a 1. ���  1 it   \'.F\  <    ���'.-''������...  . 1 \ \.. ,  "r'T7/7'  ,jra- ��� ������p��i4*iirr "  ",pT"ri'T*" ���*������;'  r-7* "������^r"- ������ ������������ -.* !  :*\a.'_���'-.��� *.\lw   .->�����.  '-    ���,.lV*;l,3i !"V����\i"'ff"  .   -"i  w  ���J    It . I ,rZ    ft*.  i$\ x  (J*  ^ &  ''ft t' -  ��t  (L/4te* Jit, jb&s <ul/LS  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  fori,  The Phoenix" Pioneer  And Boundary Mining JotmaJ.  JHSOKD ON SATUHDAVS BY THB  f  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATPHOttWIX. B.C.  W. B. WIL.LCOX. MANAQKR.  Telephone  I UiislneM office Mo. 14,  I Manager's residence, No. 15.  SUJlfcCHII'TIONft IN ADVANCK.  Per Veal '. ���,: |, ���,  SIsrMonthii   1    '. .'������ . ,1.25  (f you are not a subscriber to this paper, fbU  Is an Invitation to vou to become one*  Advertising rotes lurnnhcd on application.  r.egal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute oat month's  advertising.  a protest but who had previously announced his intention of resigning,  had been appointed by the government as the new police and license  commissioners. Up to this writing  neither of these last named gentlemen  have given public utterance as to their  stand as police commissioners, or in  fact, whether they will act. In case  they do not act, the situation is not  improved in the least.    Made Trash of It���The Japanese  Without prejudice, the Pioneer be   SUnk a Russian torpedo boat destroyer  lieves that the police magistrate and Called the ^rashni or some   such  in    the   wrong   in ^^"SKname. The Japs could not  ....     ....1   .1...   ..   .    pronounce it. onr ino/i ���a :.....  ......  J WHAT EDITORS SAY  Moke Regrets���When the"L re-  gret to report" versions reach theCzar  his mind no doubt goes back to his  great scheme for universal peace arid  then he has more regret's.���Vancouver  World.  BOILERS  Our Boilers are built to work, and to work under any pressure.  100 pounds working pressure of steam is our .standard, but we will  build them for any pressure desired. Our catalog No. 112 thows  oiir usual sizes, and gives 50 pages of useful information, tables,  etc.   Ask our Rossland or Greenwood Branch for it.  The Jenckes Machine Co., Ltd.  Head Office and Works, 135 Lansdowne St.,  Rossland & Greenwood. :-: SHERBROOKE, QUE  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE agent  KIKE, LlrE, ACC DENT.  OoilimlMionw f���r taking AmrtKVlti.  Phoenix, li. (j  R. B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor  notary public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  E CYCLOPS MINInT STEEL  �� SHOES AND DIES  Q    RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  cJimcs.Wlllluiiis Block.cor. ���  ' HOENIX, B. e.  Finland OfillroiisfiU-sAvc  KingEdwardLodge,No36  A. F. and a. M.  G" ~\     K*RHlar couiuiuiiicallnii p .'  - Jb,0^T,,M^����^hi5opu'iff- :"��  ' ^     ��l����.MorrUoi..JiM:.riJ1,1'?,i';ji  �����'  G.W.KUMBliUUHIt,  Secretary.  the   mayor   are   in    the   wrong  this entire   matter,   and   that   their  position cannot be justified.    If it can  be, the columns of  the   Pioneer  are  open for any signed statement from  either of them.   One more thing is  certain, and that is,  sooner or   later,  and it may be later but not  the less  certain, there will be a decided change.  It is  merely   a  matter of   time,, in  any  event.    All of the people can  be fooled part of the time, and part of  the people can be fooled all the time,  pronounce it, got mad, and just  trash of it.���Sandon Standard.  made  the time,  Ironv of Fate���It is the irony of  fate that Veresfchagin, the painter who  endlessly struggled for peace by painting the horrors of war,' should'-have  been on board the PetropavJovsk  when she went to the bottom in one  of the most tragic events of any war.���  Rossland Miner.  Do You  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. R is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  but all the people cannot be fooled all   ���       J A' MousE~Some men  - ��� alleSe ^ey can't afford a yearly sub-  Now that the last papers have been  signed Uncle Sam will probably lose  no time in making dirt fly. on the Panama canal. ,    ,  RUSSIA  1  It is costing Russia $650,000 per  day for war expenses, and it is said  that the czar is already getting sick of  the business.   No wonder.  scription to their local paper, yet they  have no hesitation in rubbering their  neighbor's ropy, absorbing its contents  with the greatest relish. Don't be a  mouse, but pay your own way,-and  incidently increase the printer's subscription list.���Slocan Drill.  W.G.KSA8BR  W.M.  I'llOKNIX Akr|��  NO. 158.  "line" oii''jfrhjly  *l<83uu.uiI,M|llcraV.  UiiUi Hall.  VI��itliiK   brelliifu  ��tolwlly |���viu-d.  1'iei. WM'.yi.i{MiKo.StCY  I. O. O. F.  SN<|WbllOKI.oUGKN0.^  Meets cvriy Muiidny |{ti,i,|���E ���, ������,,��� ,,..'���  VUllim; itrvlhi rn conllully Invliid.  w," s. r'ooic, k. n.  Ufo  K.MlrAt), Ktc.Sec'y'  S. Williaudon, |'er. Hn.Uccy;  THE-  Mattcbupp iNTrai'STAnoiT  THB1R BEI.LinKUKNT>;ATIONS.  , Railways all through the'Northwest  have certainly been having their full  .share of trouble this spring, due to  the unusually heavy snows'of Jast winter.     '       '    '  From the way things are shaping up,  there will before long be a test of the  position taken by Judge Williams and  the mayor in the* present municipal  trouble in Phoenix.   This wil!  be in  the nature of an attempted city election  which will doubtless be ordered by the  lieutenant-governor.' It is the prevailing ^opinion I that,  with conditions as  they are, five qualified men cannot be  found in the city who will accept the  vacant aldermanic positions, and  then  it will be up to the government once  more. . If the government   unwisely  takes no further action, Phoenix",will  be in the unique position of having a  mayor, city clerk, chief of police, police  magistrate, r city   solicitor   and    one L  alderman, but unable to do any  business, strike ,m assessment rate, or pay  any   bills   because citizens will   not  ierve on the council.    It is just possible that tins might continue for the  remainder of the year, or until a general city election is due once more.  TV ��� " '  i'lrejnsurance companies have had  hard luck this year, and the disastrous  $10,000,000 blaze in Toronto will not  tend towards a reduction of rates anywhere.  B, C MINING  o-  The sinking of a Russian battleship  is a great calamity to the Muscovites,  but not to the world at large, who  have to pronounce the names of the  sea fighters.  Recently the Dominion government  was unexpectedly enriched by $56,000,  when 112 Chinamen landed from the  Empress of China, and paid their  head tax of $500 each. Seemingly  that Chinese tax must be raised again  to be effective. ,  '.   ft has' been generally understood,  and has >et to be contradicted, that  fullge Williams believes he can hold  out indefinitely against  the wishes of  a gre.it majoritj or the voters of Phoe-  nix���at any rate, this is his attitude, at  present.   'It is, also Understood that no  member or the old council will accept  office again till Judge Williams has re-'  tired and Chief Rood  has  beta dismissed.    It appears to be equally certain that, without at least some of the  ex-aldermen, a full council board cannot   be   obtained.   Contrary   to,the J  wishes of the majority of the people,  .Mayor   Rumberger. upholds    Judge  Williams in  his position of keeping  Chief of Police Flood in office,' after  the latter admitted, under oath, in the  case brought against him by a woman  of the ha'f-world,   that he had in a  number of wa>s assaulted her. And yet  Ihe Chief was exonerated, and persists  in holding on to his office, and its$too  per month, nhen he knows full well  that the great majority of Phoenicians  A Pennsylvania editor prints at the  head of the editorial column the  names of those who have paid ' their  subscriptions during the preceding  week, In the Boundary such a list  would not be long enough to make  the reading thereof tiresome.  A recent arrival from the Orient  says that the Japaneese never talk  against the government any more than  they would about their parents. The  government takes good care of them  and they know it. The- government  is honest and clean, and they know it.  They are one big family with "the  emperor at the head. There is-some  difference betweSn Japan and British  Columbia, in this respect.  j        PROVINCIAL.  - May 24 will be celebrated at Ymir  this year.  New Denver will celebrate the  Queens birthday this year.  The Kaslo and Slocan railway is still  out of business on account of tbe  snowslides.  East Kootenay is full 0f lacrosse  enthusiasts, judging by the schedule  of games arranged for the summer.  The Crow's Nest Lumber company  at Wardner, is running two shifts and  do not want him there.    But,  for the I      ���" -           time being, tacked up by tbe police g I0��'000 ^ of ,un,ber di%  magistrate, who in turn is supported I    ^Dl,�� Greenfie,d> assistant inspector  by the mayor, the chief still continues ��f P��stofiic.es ��* Vancouver,  i* to be  Last Saturday the city clerk received  w^rd that James Punch and   Alder-  rf     ���r     rv    IVW  appointed inspecto ir�� place of the' ia|e  ,W. H. Dorman. He is now touring  the Kootenays,  The ground for the Rosebery zinc  works is being surveyed.  A number of small "properties are  starting up at Whitewater.     .   .  On May 1st the Northport smelter  is scheduled to resume operations.'  It is getting to be quite'-common  now to hear of rich ore" strikes at  Poplar.  A contract is being let to build a  concentrator at the. Alice' mine near  Creston.  The Silver Cup at Ferguson has 24  men at- work and will increase "the  force shottly.  Ground is being broken for the 100  ton concentrator for the White Bear  mine, Rossland. *   -  The Tyee Mining company, of Mt.  Sicker, Vancouver Island; has declared  a dividend of 5 per cent.  . Work has been resumed at the St.  Eugene galena,mine at Mpyie,, after  nearly three years' idleness.       / ".  Last month's cleanup of the Calumet & B. C. Co.'s stamp mill, at Camborne, ainounted-to $6,000. \,,.  * Last week's ore shipments from  Rossland mines were 5,864 tons,  which will proLably be increased this  week. i' ' ,  ���A contract has been let to-B. C.  Riblet of Nelson, for the erection of a  double rope tram to connect the Triune  mine, in the Lardeau, with the .'wagon  road. , v  The Sullivan Group Mining Com-  pany<6f East Kootenay is to be -reorganized and placed on a better footing  than ever. Charles Sweeney, the, well  known and successful Coeur d'AIene  mining operator, has formulated apian  under which the company is to b.ej  placed on good footing.  G. O. Buchanan, administrator of  the lead bounty, last week disburse*}  the first checks to mineowners' paid  out under the act. ".The mines paid  wer��:   Sovereign,   Highland,    White- \  water, Enterprise,  Sullivan," Rambler-  Cariboo, Black Prince, Wilcox, .Silver  Cup, Bluebird,  Red  Fox,  Neepawa.  Mercury, Idaho, Alamo, Ymir, Payne,  North Star, Province, Bosun, Pontiac'  and Marion.    It js thought'^he distribution of the money will stimulate  the mining industry and increase the  output.     Already  the   mines   have  earned   over   $100,000    under    the  bounty.     The   amounts   earned run  from a few cents up to $18,000.  X.  ROLL CALL  IN   KOREA. -    > .  Slowly'died the lastted sunbeam, slowly cairiethe hush of night,  Where the moon-illumined stronghold  of the bearded Muscovite  Broke the landscape rolling contour in  a fair Korean'vale;  Many a warriors heart was heavy, many  a warrior's cheek was pale,  For the bloody fighVwas o'er,  Silenced was rife cannon's roar,.  All was quiet as a form without a soul;  Arid, before the'call of taps, '  Several uncommiss;oned chaps,  Volunteered half-heartedly to call the  roll.     .  Major HitthedopeQky, t present;  Major Fourflushpffsky,- here;    , '  Brave oltf Spikethegunsky, ''alise'nt;  Bugler Blowsky'stinding.near.  ..  Punkeroffis here, and Sniffsky,  Up spake.Qua'rtermaster Biffsky;  ' "Can't'lose'mej ,boys,"never fear!"  Present,,too, were Bobtailstraightsky,  Acesupsky, Blufferoff,'   '  'Cushioncarmosky,' Pingpongsky,  ' Vladmir Onelungeroff; '  Butterinsky, Maltesecatsky,  Largerqff and Antifatsky.  Ivan Caseyatthebatsky,  And the selfish,Ifeeintroff.  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  For All Purposes.  For mine?, infiilt'oroutHdenerviep, foi  f/OBtiing HoikN, for contractors.'. Con-  qnick rii-livprv fnii.. ������    "^T--"^'   V(J"ient ,0 operate, quick uml powerful,  ltooTrti^���S$*]mwX '���^Ti;v7Y-qniwllype'a,,y widlhof**"*"���  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. Davenport, Iowa.  llieee encmes may be s-en in aervica at tho mines of Umnby Co.  Phoenix, P. C.  ���ooooooooo-i  You Should Read  ^Oregon  SHOI{rLlNE  and union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST VL\  Salt Lake and Deliver.  Two Trains Daily.  . Steamship tiek^ts'to Europe and other  fort-inn countries.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading' WeeKly  of the Boundary.  I.euvt*  Daily'  Siwkiuie Time fccliclule.  KflccUvc Nor  u IQai  Arrives  Ilnilv  Not to mention many - more with appellations much the same,  Who retorted) "HereJ' and  "Present"  ,   .   when the time to answer came.  Slowly spread the crimson sunrise, and  the birdies in the trees  Sang a song that sounded bully to the  t Muscovite rfiairi squeeze.  '"By my beardsky!" muttered he,  " "Twas a glorious victoree!     -,,  "   Valiant Spikethegunsky.Jlad, to go,  poor soul;   (��� . ,    , 4 , _  JBut the only otherschap ���' ���       ,-  I Was the uncommissioned .yap ,  ''Who   succumbed'to lockjaw when  ���."   he called the roll!|�� -  s    ,(t;      ���-Milwaukee Sentinel.  Heart Palpitation at Nf{ht  ���Rattles even the, strongest man, but  to the average woman "iris" a taste of  general p.urgatory. Take a little Ner-  iviline in sweetened water and' away  ,goes the.palpitation. .You'll be. saved  lots of worry by keeping Nerviline on  "hand, which is a'treasure for all sorts  of pains and aches'.' Nerviline cures  headache, stomach-and-bowel troubles  quickly. Costs^ 2$c�� for a large  bottle. ft-.'J,A*4<f&rV ������-  f��  Published in the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  In 1903  7.aS��. 111. KAST MAIr.-To mid from  - Coeiird'Alei.cill��lrlct.F��rm.  iiiBton Garfield I olfax.Pull.  man ���Moncow, ���Pomeroy,  Wa Ubmjr. Dayton, Wall a  Walln, Pendleton, Daker Cltv  ami nil uolnu Ka,t  S do n in  I JO ���. ,���. KXl'RKSS-FoV V��rm\i\gio�� P'  Garfield Colfax, Pullman,  Moscow,Uwisloii,Portland  San Hraiiciaco, Maker City  1,����<J.,,i1Pol"t��KAST. .  KXPRKSS-From all point.  Ka��t, Baker City, Sau Fran-  ciaco, Portland. Colfax, Oar-  ���Kxcept Suifday8.'"1 Har"ll'*t<��' ��<o..m.  SHOUT USE TO OALIFOKNIA.  Snn Francinco-Portland Route.  .afa8D��'m ?,!?r�����'S Af����*<'rthdock. Portland,  Tlckeu on Mleat a|| s. y. & N_ atatloiia.  irli?.r. f,,r,,,,<rr information n> to rate*, time ol  traliia,equii,ment.etc..addre��i '   '  G��0. J���MOIU.llR.Ceiieral Agent,  Kiverslde Ave., Spokane. Watli  ^��i'ii 1.  WEBB &-IAYKAHP  General Painting and  "'    ��j-Sig�� Writing.  Gruxxwosd, B, C  Phoenix Bakery,  the entire Boundary shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly every'ton of which was'reduced by  BOUMARY- SMELTERS  Phoenix camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of ore"  last year.  - - ,  The Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and 1, sent to any part of Can,,da o, the United  States for  $2,QO  per year��or the ,e��t of the ���0,id fpr $, ��������� l)er  year.   It gives the f J      l r  .latest and  ���ofBoundary Mines and Smeke;  - and independent, and aims 1  DOWN TO  Your subscription can begin  ���4"  Phoenix Street  . 'Phonea,  ; We make good bread,   , Try, it,  '"'' C W.' GJgEER',  PROPRIETOR.  ;fl���� l��<y's ffeeoif Aenditloii Sold Fifty Base's  of ehm^irmn't Stmseff  Bntttlver Tibl��t��,  Address with check  I PIONEER PUBUSttiNfi  PHOENB)C^.  >0<K>0<kKHH><KKK>0-0:  *. o.hf CW council re?igned ra SfSSSSS5SS��"��  Nfil Tlie glljfrtcFi Danger.  {J "sing Dr. Hamilton's pj|]s of  Mandrake and Butternut for /const/,  lotion and piles. Highly recomwen'dl  ed because they cause no griping pains^  J?or prompt and certain cure use only  I Dr. Hamilton's pills.   Price 35c.  I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets on the recommendation of one  lady,here who first bought a box,of  them about a year ago.   She never 1 ���  tires of telling her neighbors and friends i JdUSSg ��%52:��!^Vee!,,,SS1S Pna'?  about the good qualities of these tab- 'tR^-ftf ^'^��A?S?45KiS^,  ismnti Porks,,  Phoenix  and gipeeitwood  STAGS   LINE.  '/  J F.ROY^R,  Proprietot.  Ifif?.���P;.M.Shofe, Druggist, Rochester,  ;/W" Jfrf P'fi^1?' Br?,r��t?ye effect of  ���fuS, 5bl?b ff^s WW a %orite  with ladies everywhere. fqt s^e by  all druggists.  ... . i>��uu / v. hi., ana ureenwood at 8 n m  tjonnect. both way* with Great Northern'traiS  Fare-Grand Forks to Phoenix. Ji6o: PhSnlx  to GKcnwood.soc; Greenwood tol'hSnlx li i  Jfcoo*. O}. ^0'">nl>JeIe8raph office.   Iu Phoe  Jut. nortper <)fi  stetUier (/$&,  Spokane Falls  NotthemRy.  M��t',eJ>n!>'lU! rail ri,ute hetweon points  *,, rl'W ,0,,,h ,0 R��Ml��ml. Nelson. Graiitl torka and Kcpnblie.  } .WHFKCTIVKJDNRh. .OC3  B��a m  (JookaiK. �� "rr'vf  Mo��. m     n*i��mi  * ��5 p m'-  ^^::::::;.:r1^^rk'--- ^S��1   Kepiinnc 6 is p in.  In .Connection With  mm  MwM\.  TICKETS   to   All  Points  SHORT LINE  St. Pauf, Duluth, Minneapolis,  Chicago,  A"ND ALL POINTS EAST.  Seattle, Victoriajacoma, Portland,  AND ALL PAdPip QQACT  POINTS.  Through Palare and Tourist Sleepere.      '  . Dining Biid Buff��t,Smoking Library.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  Spokane.       701 VV, Hiversi.lB,  "ash. Spokane;. YV11.  F.2&  \\J ��� a ���  SANITARjyfls; 4rrqvy La*��J ,B.q:  ���nd P^re^eVoTiiPV,^^".^01 ^^^1  Ptetesyslem of Bat ,ilL| itj?" 't ", *��$*  Uussinii. open tilt ��..; ." Is rilPfciai. c i  property, of it'i ^^^^,,^'1 cura"��  ��ltaJ,"si;al",*aU "������y. tlw and .stooach  ftS&Jn,Bl,",I,**U Mct��'��. Pols,,,, from the  -.   -    boatiiie,^c]A0rT/fi.;?;,J?re,��ts'!,<,lce��iWaterrall��,  I   tenniJ.   Hs w|nt�� ^?:sh,00tfnff- "curaloiu  �� ��' '*  r  y ��� 1               ���.  _ '   *                                                                                               " ���  - !    ���  ���             .                                                     ���           ������             ^                        f  1        ~i."~ t^^,^^\   ��� ���^ ��� ��� ������      ^      ^ .  - '/"..    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The rise in flour has not as yet increased the sire of the hole in the  doughnut. ,     ' ..'  Through prosperity and adverse  times the Moyier Leader has bravely  and persistedly carried the banner of  its constituency aloft urttil it has reached its 7 th year, a year full of great promise, one that should yield rich returns for its valuable" services, Itfay  Brother Smyth reap large rewards for  his constancy. ���  'I he story told of a Michigan boy,  the son of a Baptist clergyman, who has  inherited the traditional baptism-by.  immcision principles, and by tbe close  attention given to the' ceremony as  performed by his fond parent is able  to repeat it word for word. A few  days ago he filled a tub with water in  the back kitchen, and catching the  family cat and her two kittens, proceeded to teach them one of the  essential rites of the Baptist church.  The kittens underwent the ordeal  without protest, but the cat showed  her displeasure by scratching the boy's  face. Throwing the offended animal  down, he said in disgust: "Darn it, be  a Methodist, then, if you want to."  '     * t  ttft  If, as reported, the editor of the  Cran brook Herald recently sold a  building lot for-$2,500,-he is" entitled  to'a'l the profit there may be in? it.  Bre'r Simpson is ��� a hard worker,  and gets out iy all, odds one of  the best weeklies ' in British '.Columbia. That his .efforts are '��� appreciated is"' shown" by his excellent patronage, nearly every local  business house being representd in his  columns. The advertisers in Cran  brook know a good . thing when they  see it, and act accordingly.  A Large Artleice kar ���  Mm! EejoyaM'e  Eveatlog.  Last week Friday Phoenix Aerie No.  158, of the Fraternal Order of Eagles,  gave a social and dance at Miners'  Union hall. As is the rule with entertainments given by the Eagles, the  hall war crowded .and an enjoyable  evening was spent.' The following was  rendered as a programme, and the  Eagles wish to heartily thank-all those  who so kindly took.' part. The dance  followed the rendition of the programme: "< -��� .  ', 1 Opening Address.. Rev. W. Wood  2 Quartette.... "Star of the Summer  Night"..Messrs. Brazil, Horrell,  Roberts and Mead.  3 Song. ."Sailing"..Mr.Geo.Howard  4 Comic Song and Patter       .."Let  go, Eliza"::.". Mr. Walter  5 Instrumental Trio    .  Mrs. Dean  ",C. Pinker, Geai Howard.  6 Vocal Solo. \.. "Creole Love  Song"   Mrs. F.Knott  7 Recitation.. Selected.. Mrs.Gation  8 Duet...."LaHbjoard. Watch"  Messrs/Horrell and Roberts.  9 Instrumental  Duet Mrs. F.  Knott and C. Pinker.  10 Song... ;"Come back to Erin".  Rev. W. Wood,  u Duet..."Juanita" Misses Pierce  12 Recitation.. Selected.. Mrs.Tilsley  13 Song...   . "Rocked in the Cradle  or the Deep"/.. .Griff Roberts  14 Harmonica  Duet Gussie Mc-  -"AutiAe-and S. Hudson.  15 Song. .'The Holy City'. .Mr.Brazil  16 Closing Address >rKev. W. Wood-  17 Floor cleared for "dancing.  808IOT WRECKED HER UFE.  A Pretty New York Woman's Recovery  the task of Her Numerous ft-leata.  G3S.-'"m*   RAILROAD,"  The Oerni of Catarrh  Not only attack the passages of the  head and throat but finally reach the  lungs'and cause consumption. Nothing  destroys catarrh so quickly as fragrant  healing Catarrhozone- which relieves  the cough, stops the-discharge, takes  all soreness from the throat. "I con  sider Catarrhozone'has no equal as a  cure for catarrh and lung trouble,"writes  Jas. E. Wetherell of Brighton. "It cured me after my good, doctors failed to  even relieve my trouble." Catarrhozone  can't fail to cure���it's guaranteed. Two  months treatment $1.00; trial size  2>;c.  sMMmwimm  ' PALACE LIVERY STABLES  !1 he best establishedand regulatedhostehyin theiioun-  d.nnY   We are centrally located in our new stables with  ,       a 'complete outfit of Saddle and Driving Horses.   The  best of rigs.     Parties driven to any Boundary  point.  The Best Lethbridge Coal promptly delivered.. Large  Stock of Dry Wood.  Editor Lowery, of the Poplar Nugget, remarks with wisdom,"Every man  who helps the printer helps himself  especially when the camp is in its long  .clothes." There are business men in  the Boundary who should ponder over  this, and act.  The Okanogan must look like a  land of promise to the pencil pushers.  The Grits are about to give Vernon its  second paper, R.- M. Walker, of the  New Denver Ledge, will start one at  Enderby, and even Kelowna will be  favored in ft similar manner shortly, as  well as Hedley City.    That section  STRICTLY:BUSINESS  J  Hedley City,  will be well supplied.  I>  Mclrityre & McDonald  hofe7 Hit Ave.f       fi'VdSuBw*       Phoenix, B. C.  urris&  PHOENIX-J  MARKET. '���'  -  ��� ���  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. C. ; ���  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. p.     ..';A ", ? 8  e  ��  9  9  0  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  0  9  9  9 '  9  I  9  9  9  9  9  9ee��oe��*oe��cioeae��eoi>aeeoe*99eae9������e90C9��9999>09��9e��9  Markets at Nelson, ��aslo, Three Forks, Sandon. SJocan City,   .  Silyerton, New Denver, YwCt Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  / tJiiind Forks, Greenwood; Midway, Niagara and Phoenix. '  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN'SEASON.  All orders receiveprofnpt attention.  aW5N��r��  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix at 10 a. in. Leave Greenwogd ��\ 3 p.. rn,  i^iV       JOHN WALTERS,  When you  *ea,d the  Voujll ���haveno trouble "in keeping posted on B. undary Mining Matters.  Sjfnply sew} a fj'ftfr lor year's trial to Pionel* Pub. Co. Phoenix, B. C.  Tenderfeets are still comjng to this  province, as witness the following from  the Vancouver World: "A party of  tourists, who arrived here on the Empress, drifted into the C. P. R, ticket  office yesterday and inquired ,of the  long-suffering but genial clerk how far  they would have' to venture into the  primeval forest to get their first glimpse  of the treacherous Red Man. The  goodnatured one, with the smile that  won't come off. told them to take  the ferry from North "Vancouver and  walk to the' Mission, but Jbe careful  of their scalps.; A few minutes later a  ���party answering to their description  were observed pricing rifles and sheath  knives in a well-inown store on Hastings street," y     ���.������. ;  ,-r-   Y" ���-.    ."���.���.������������    ' ���������������:��� -   ���  The recent announcement that no  improvements or extensions at the  Granby smelter' are , contemplated at  present by ..the .management, of that  company, tends to one conclusion, and  that is that the company will likely disburse another dividend among the  shareholders at no distant date. The  expenses of operating the mines in the  winter time are, of course, somewhat  greater than at other seasons, but the  company has had a long and successful run with the entirg b^eFy of six  furnaces. & the smelter, and the payment of some profits among those interested will occasion no surprise.  Those dividend checks, in fact, will  probably be welcomed be the shareholders, y  ... .�������� ;. ���;-_    :���''  When at Vancouver recently the  Observer had the pleasure c;f rfleetirig  E. Jacobs, '.fef several years located as  a. correspondent In the Boundary, and  well known as one of the . best of  friends of this growing section. Mr.  Jacobs-is now full of business as secretary of the Provincial Mining Association, which concern he r^tty thinks  caii be rftn.d.e. tfl b,e. of- e^en more use  in, the, fttture than in the past. There  are probably few men better informed  in regard to the mineral resource^ 0/  the    province    gen^lty    th.a,n   Mr,  An ad that will make folks want  what you want them to' want is .what  you want.   ���  ., The business man1, who is strictly  business clear through^may'expect to  get business, as a result. of his energy.  The best way to be sure of business  for next" week is to tell people this  week of the-good things carried in  stock. t.  No merchant should neglect an opportunity to say this week" what he  knows of his stock and to tell how  Worthy he thinks it is.'  Mrs. J. K. Finn, 83 East High street,  Buffalo, N. Y., write*:  Peron* Medietas Co., Columbus, Ohio.  Gentlemen:���"A few years ago I had  to give up social, life entirely, as my  health ivas completely broken down.  The doctor advised a complete rest for ��  year. As this was out of the question  tor a ttmo, I began to look for some other  means of restoring my health.       '  "I had often heard of Peruna. a�� an  excellent tonic, bo I bought a bottle to  sco what it would do for me, and It certainly took hold of my system and rejuvenated me, and in less than two  months I was In perfect health, and bow  when I feel worn out and tired a do��a or  two of Peruna. Is all that I need."���Mrs.  Address Dr. Hartmmn,Preaideat  ot The Hmrtmmn Smattmrlam, Co*  lumba*,0., tor tree advice.   .  The Most  Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  Through Salt Lake Qity, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Daylight M6e mm* Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castlo Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tenneeeee Paw,   Marglinl Paas and the Royal Gorge.  3 Post Trains Daily Bet, Oflden and Denver '^  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Riverside Mineral Claim.  Situate iu the Greenwood Miuinx Division  Yale District.  Where located���On Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE, that t. Aluert E. Ashctoft  Tree miner's oenificate No. 655279, acting a  agent for Samuel T. Larsen, free miner's cettifi  cate No. B4i88i��and V. R. Swauson, free miner'  certificate No. B41873 intend,sixty days from th  date hereof, to appiy to the Mining Recorder fo  a Certificate of improvements, for the purpose ol  obtaining a Crown Gi ant ol the above claim.  And further take notice that action, und  section 3*, must be commenced before the iss  a.nee of such Cei tificale of Improvements.  Dated tbl*:d day of January, A. D. 1904.  ALBERT K. ASHUROFT  MINERAL ACT,  896.  Certificate of Improvements  Notice.  'I  Sciatic Rheumatism Cured,  have been subject to sciatic  rheumatism for years," says E. H  Warden, of Wilton Junction, Iowa.  "My joints were stiff and gave me  much pain and discomfort. My joints  would crack when I straightened up.  I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and  have been thoroughly ^cured. Have  not had a rjajn or ache from the old  trouble for many months. It is'certainly a most wonderful liniment." For  sale by all druggists.     ���������������'  Red Warrior Mineral Claim situateinthe Green  woo-' Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located, at the head of Nicholson creek  West Copper camp.  Take notice that I.Albert E. Ashcrofl F. IV.  C No. B55S79, acting as age-it for Robert Markin,  Free .Miner's Certificate No. B41791, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to thi  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  menu, for the purpose of obta'oiug a Crowi-  Grant of theabove claim.       u  Andlurthertake notice that act.on, under ner>  tion 37,must be commenced before the issuance ci  such Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this 31st day of October. 1903,  ALBERT H. ASHI'KOI'T, P. L. S  Equipment and Service Second to Noes  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  W. CMt-BRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  A BUSINESS PROPOSITION.  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  troov   /Including HandBome Portraits  J *,rtl    kof King Edward, 17x21 inches.,/    Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thricer-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer, and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year.   8.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  WWITSD.  ySpeqial representative in this and  adjoining territories, to.represent arid  advertise an old established business  house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly, with expenses advanced each Monday by check direct  from headquarters. Expenses advanced; position permanent. We furnish  everything. Address The Columbia,  630 Monon Bldg,> Chicago 111.    i8-6t  PROVIMSAI, SKCRKTABY'S OFFICF,.  His Honour the Llcutenniit-Goyen\W In Council h? a been pleased to moke (he following ap-  polntment:-  15th March, 1904.  ... ityofUiandFork.  Esquire, batriatcr-nt-law. to be Official' Adminis.  'rator for that ���������-��������-     ���  irised wltlilu  Asthvr Q, Sutton, of the City ofUiand Forks,  " or ' -  trator for that portion of the County of Yale com'  grlstd wltlilu the Grand Fork     "   " "  lectoia{ Districts, vice Mr.  Grand Forks iaiid Greenwood  cwci-tuiu* xfisinv-ts, vice Mr.'.Aj D Mclutyre,  whose jurisdiction for the Couuty.of Yale is curtailed accordingly.  If vou are going east, a caieful selection of your route is essenti&l to the en-  jovmentof your trip. If it is a bushiest'  trip time is the main consideration;  if a pleasure trip, scenery, and ��� the  conveniences and comforts of a modern  railroad.  Why not. combine all by using tin-  Ilmnois Central, ihe uo-to-date road,  running two trains daily from St. Paul  and Minneapolis; and from Omaha to  Chicago. Free Reclining Chair Cars,  the-famous Buffett - Library - Sirioking  Cars, all trains vestibnled.' In short,  throroughlv mordern throughout. All  tickets reading via the Illinois Central  will be h mored on these trains and no  extra fare charged.  Our rates'are the same as those of inferior roads. Whv n6t get vour money's  worth? '������..'.'���'.������  Write for full particulars.  B.'H. Trumbull,'.  Commercial Agent, Portland, Or.  J. C. Lisdsky, T.F. A P.A. Portland. Or  Paul B. Thompson, F. & P. A.  Seattle.. Wash.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Phoenix Home Brewed  W  LAGER  BEER  IE  E  A familiar name for tlip Chipajn, mj].  wa'ukee. & St. Pafll, ^a^way, kaown all  over tU,�� Ujiiftuas the Great'Railwav  runnina 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 Lines, assuring to passengers the best service known.  Luxurious coaches, efeptric lights, steam  hfiat, of a verity equaled by no other  line. .'������" '  See that your ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee" when going to any poiut in  the United States orCanada. All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets cgr ether information, ftddreas, '  Trav, Pass. Agt.,  SFQSAKB.WN.  H. S. Rowe,  General Ageu ,  PORTI^ND.OR  We do the kind you .want,  but which ywu rarely see ���  the kind that is Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective.  This the only completely  equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  Brewed by a home institution, has proven  ��� the test and has made a  Host of Friends  who testify to its Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Corner  Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  PIQNEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix, B. C.  Taking Desperate Chances.  ��� It is true1 that my contract colds  and recover from them without taking  any precaution or treatment, and the  knowlecge of this fact leads others to  take their chances instead of giving  their colds the needed attention. It  should be borne in.. mind that every  cold weakens the lungs, lowers the  vit&Uty, makes the system less able to  withstand ea,ch succeeding cold and  paves the way for more serious diseases.  Can you afford to take such desperate  chances when Chamberlains Cough Re  medy, famous for its cures of colds,  can bis had for a trifle? For sale by  all druggists.  St  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  MADE TO ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS* AND   PROS  PECTORS'SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue. -  World's  Scenic Route  Direct Line  To Chicago and all points east; Louisville, Memphis, New Orleans, and all  points south.  See that your ticket reads via the  Illinois Ckntral R. R. Thoroughly  modern trains connect with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.  If your friends are coming west let us  know and we will quote them direct the  specially low rates now in effect from  all eastern points.  Any information as to rates, routes,  etc., cheerfully given on application.'  B. H.TRUMBULL,  Commmeiclal Agent,  142 Third St.'.Portliihd, Ore.  J. C. Lindsey, T. F. and P. A.,  142 Third St., Portland. Ore.  P. B. Thompson, F. and P. A..  Room 1, Coleman Bldg., SeatUo.Wash,  Direct Line  East  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  Lowest Rates  West  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  via Soo Pacific Line, St. Paul, Chicago  and all U. S. points.  S. S. Service from  Vancouver  Alaska,   Japan,  China,   Hawaii,  Australia.  Through bookings to England and the  Continent via all S. S. Lines.  .   For timetables, rates ant! information.  apHy to local agents, or write.  To  J.G.  Cla^k, EJ.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson, B.C.  ��� W  *#-  I  ,.iif  4'  <ti  ;i<H  $  '"JH  i  'it  'jiee.  ��*��� ���-.- '1 /.  : . . _   __    _ v-.\ y..i\ '3fiS*SVt-|  Mi  -v^... .r'.  I .-'C -lore/' 5 >  ' i sto  ifom  :*'i  IWfl  S'S'l  ' r��".ia   ���  SrB' ' "5-    -  ify'k,   )'  -B-ii  Sfl'X    f  THB.PHOBNIX PIONK8R  In and Around Phoenix  - BRIEF TOPICS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL  "^ ���   INTEREST TO  PHOENICIANS. ��**'  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  Dr.  Simmons,   dentist, McMillan  block, May 13 to 16.  Ex-Alderman William J. Porter made  a visit to Spokane this week.  The chief of police of Grand Forks  is now also road tax collector.  0. N. Scott, of List'owel, Ont.; was  a visitor in the city last Monday.'  Mrs. W. L. Germaine, of Grand  Forks, has been visiting Mrs.' L. ,Y.  Birnie this week. ���  '  Richard jPlewruarij formerlymanager  ' of the the Winnipeg, now makes ,his  home in Toronto.  The Greenwood Curling Club gave  its annual ball at Masonic hall last  Tuesday evening.   * ���  A. C. Flumerfelt has, been made  honorary president of the new football  club at Coleman.    ,    ,        ,  The various branches of Twin creek  flowing through the city are now doing  all kinds of .business.  Notice change of ad. ol McRae  Bros. & Smith this week. Their wall  paper stock is a beauty.  . High water in Boundary and Twin  creeks has been doing, some damage  in and about Greenwood. ,  W. J. Morrison, one of the owners  of the Morrison-Anderson block here,  will make his home in Seattle.  Joe Hedge, formerly a resident of  Phoenix, but now a rancher near Che-  saw, was in the city last Saturday.  It is said that the largest refrigerator  in the .Boundary is now being installed  by the Union Meat' Co., at Greenwood.  Last week Tom llawrence, formerly  a resident of this city, lost his residence  by fire at Grand Forks, the family  barely having time to get out.  Duncan Ross, Liberal candidate for  ' Yale-Cariboo, who has been on a trip  to Ottawa,  is expected to return to  Greenwood early next week.  Principal Thornber has decided to  establish a library for the public school,  and will appreciate1'any contributions  that may be made for this purpose  According to announcement, the  Grand Forks News-Gazette next week  will be in charge of J. K. Johnson, for-  tnflrlir   *utl.'nA   ��nn.~rA*���_a.~   :_   1.I.-4.  i.   John A. Morrin, spent last Sunday  looking over the beauties of Grand  Porks.  Born, to the wife of .Howard Moore,  on Brooklyn avenue, April 26th, a  'daughter.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from May 10th  to 14th.  ".The warm weather .this week has  made.the patches of snow look like  thirty cents.    - "  Baseball talk is now.in the air with  local fans, and the formation of a dub  here is likely.1   ���  A telephone message yesterday was  to the effect that a serious fire had oc-  curred'at Pernie.      ���   ���  Dr. C. M.' Henderson, Dominion  veterinary surgeon, has moved from  Greenwoodto Grarid'Forks.  Cap. Morrison and Mr. Marks are  buying'horses in the Okanogan for  shipment to the Northwest.'  Greenwood is about to take up  $2,000 more of the city's debenture  indebtedness.   This is a good sign.  House for Sale���Four room house  for sale in Spion Kop. Particulars  given on application to J. P. Shannon.  J. Burtt. Morgan, the Equitable Life  agent for the Boundary, of Grand  Forks, was a visitor in the city this  week. 0  Greenwood Miners' Union No. 22  will give a ball on the evening of May  24th. Grand Forks Eagles will give a  ball on the same date.  Editor Dwight L. Woodbridge, of  the* Iron Age, of JDuluth, Minn^ after  spending a day at the Granby smelter,  visited the Granby mines last Saturday  and was shown through the properties  by courtesy' of Supt. Williams.  Howard C. Walters, well known in  the Boundary as the first man to 'ship  high grade ore from our mines, is said I  Night Watchman   McDougall  has  been discharged.  Morrin, Thompson & Co. are now  showing one of  the most complete  shipments of trunks and valises ever  brought into this section.  , Nelson   wholesalers   are   rejoicing  this week over the receipt of information that they have been granted  lower freight rates by the C.  P.  R.,  making that point unquestionably the  distribusing point for the  Kootenaysj  and Boundaiy. 1  GREENWOOD  UQUOR  COMPANY..  YoKDf Ladlei, Read This  If you are bothered with pimples,  rashes or'ugly blotches on your face,  if your complexion is sallow, it's an  evidence that you need Ferrozone to  tone up your blood. One Ferrozone  tablet taken at meals makes the complexion like peach bloom, cheeks soon  become rosy, eyes bright���you'll be  the picture of health. -Thousands-of  ladies keep up their youthful appearance With Ferrozone, ,why not you?  Price 50c. at druggists.  Bounda:iv Agents for  =Pabst's Celebrated Beer=  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  'Iron Brew"  Wholesale   WINES,  LIQUORS  and CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH  PROP  Hotel  Review  S11I. 4th and 5th floors  Spokane-Review  Building.    '  SPOKANE.  The finest family-hotel in the city.  With or without board. Prices moderate,  SUTHERLAND ft DART,  rrotfrtetois.  I   Spe��'al prices for a few days on  �� the following    v  I      Shares  Granby M.S. A P. Co;  Denoro Mines Ltd.  Morning Glorv.  International Coal k Coke Co    "  Noury Public.  E. H. Mortimer,.  >�����������������������������<  ( ^ Call For Tenders.  Tenders, for the erection of a  Methodist church in -Phoenix, B. C,  will be received to Saturday, May 7,  1904. Plans and specifications can be  seen at C.W.Greer's, Bakery, Phoenix,  B. C. The right is reserved to reject  any or all tenders.  Thos. Green, B. A.  Notice.  Notice is hereby, given that at the  next sitting of the License Commissioners in the City of Phoenix we  intend to apply for a transfer to Eugenfe  P. Shea cf the licenses which we hold  to sell liquor by retail in the Brooklyn  hotel, Dominion avenue, and the Summit Hotel, Knob Hill Avenue, both in  Phoenix, B. C.  i- Dated the 26th day of April,- 1904.  Marshall & Shea.  Beit Cough Medicine For Children.-  ..Printing..  "That's Our Business"  r / ii  The Job Department of the Phoeuix Pjoneer  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,  * <?r*  PHOENIX, B. 0.      ��  MEATS  fofljffisijjg.  Fish,  Game (Si  Poultry  If] The Union Meat Co.   ' '' "   '��� ' |>,iti'!ii:i��p.  &!  A Him  in tl  11 t-li in1 uf (lie t'li   li.  bliopiu: Macliml, A'lu,,  urecn��<x��! i.roml Korku and I'liuinlx, 11. C  '^^^M^0  UNION MEAT CO.  ���-���-���  G. W. Rumberger  PIONEER BLOCK,  'PHONE NO. 14.  WE HAVE  BOUGHT   AT   A   BARGAIN  STOCK OF THE CELEBRATED  one that is pleasant to take.    Chamberlain's Cough remedy meets all of  these conditions.   There is nothing so  now to be in an insane asylum,! from  800�� *��[the coughs and colds incident  to childhood. It is also a certain  pre  ���  When you buy a cough medicine  for small children you  want one in I      ,-��� u ��� _    ��� _^-  which you can place'implicit conn-   ' SHEFnlKI    IJ  dence.    You want one that not only   .  *"****�����  * *\a%d*WM*W  Relieves but cures.   You want one that (English) Tabli? Knives. Also a gen-  js unquestionably harmless.  You want      ERAL   assortment   op   Table'  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������a  ���    ������ - ���  jCity  ���Transfer,!  Real Estate  : : and Mines  Houses to Reiit, ���ity- Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and  sold.    Information about Phoenix and the  jj Houudary country given 911 application.  M/  Dominion Ave ���  phone N*. 28.  ���*  . Phoenix, B  :- C, j  the effects of having lost everything he  had in some Mexican mining ven-  turevwhich also involved a number  of his friends  merly police magistrate in that town  The American railways have made a  round trip rate from Spokane to the StJ  ' Louis World's Fair of $60, good for  90 days, with only^ three   days   each  month when tickets will be on sale.  Stanley Merwarthj brother-in-law of  Dr. Northrop, of Grand Forks, has  gone to Panama, where he has obtained a lucrative ^position in connection  with the construction of the Panama  canal.  The C. P. R. steam shovel that was  in use at the Granby mines for a time  loading ore cars, is now utilized in the  improvements being mkde by the railway company in the-yards at Grand  Forks.        v  . ��� c  ' Henry S. Turner, who has done  good work on the newspapers "of the  Boundary for the last five yeajs, -leff  last Sunday for Spokane en route for  San Francisco, where his family now  reside.     -      .''"'>    ,     '  The Vernon'& Nelson Telephone  Co. has offered to install a - fire alarm'  system in Greenwood similar to that  installed in Phoenix a few months ago.  Manager Warren, of the Greenwood  Electric Co., also submitted a proposition at this1 week's meeting of the city  council of that town.  . The 85th anniversary of the formation of Oddfellows was observed here  last Sunday by the parading of Snow-  shoe Lodge .No. 46 to St., John's  Anglican.church, where'Rev,, Wm.  Wood preached a sermon appropriate  to the occasion. The first Qddfellows  Lodge was organized April 26," 1819. '  This evening the first through stage  in a month will; arrive from Grand  Forks, and proceed to Greenwood,  regular trips being made -thereafter,  connecting as before both ways with  the Great Northern trains. On account of the impassable state of the  roads, J. F. Royer, the proprietor, had  to lay off his teams for a few weeks.  ,Rev. J. D. P. Knox will preside at a  joint meeting of the quarterly official  veutive 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.  Cutlery, SfcissoRs, Razors,  Strops^ Leather and  -   Hair. Brushes. .  Granby Exchange  The^complete Houseftirniehera.  Latest Mlalif Sleek Qeoletieee,  American Boy   Ben Hur .... ... .       '  Black Tail  .'   Canadian Gold Fields.'.'.'   Cariboo, Camp McK fex-di'v.')"!  Center Star .,���  Denoro Mines .',.   Paimeir -     "   Piaher Maiden .'   Giant         Granby Consolidated.."]   International Coal       Moriiingr Glory .'.".'   Mountain Lion.....,.'.'   North Star. (H K.).... ".'   Payne     Quilp- .'...".'."'.���.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..       ���  Kainbler-Canboo     ,    ,,iz  San roil ;  "       "  Sullivan .'   Tom Thumt) '. \  -  War Easfc CoHsolidated.'.'."'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".     '.,  Waterloo (Am pa,d) ...,        tii  White Bear .....' fa  ASJPD  ���ID  '}>'  t  ��K  3  3  i  4H  1  s  as  20  32  ao  3  1  3  2  .   *K  1  tl 00  J��75  V,  40  i��  1  11  .-     9  *5  '3H  ,10  S  ��S  10  ���    aaj*  20  '*,  ��K  il4  5  flNVjf  %  ONE ON YOU  : W. H. DOCHSTEADEK,:  # Residence and Stables at Toot or J  a nonunion Ave., Phoenix, Be. J  a,    V O Box joy. 'Phone No. 40.   J  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������  The  3tf  A pencil mark here ^__  ia a reminder that vour subscription to this paper is  now past due, and tho.pub-  lisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.  We "want you to see our large stock of  Wall Paper  We have someofthemost beautiful and  artistic designs yet seen in this section.  It is well worth while to take note of  the.r graceful patterns And durable body.  If you are thinking of papering tliiu sea?  son, be sure to see onr selection.  McRAE BROS. & SMITH  Stationers; etc.       Xnob Hill Ave.  B;C Assay m*  Chemical Supply Co., ltd.  VANCOUVER, B, C    ���  Direct Importers of Assayen' Supplies.  Sole Acentu in B. C. for'Ihe.wi'll-knnvwi  Batlersea Crucibles. Fcoriflere. Muffles,  etc. Sellinj Agents for the F. W. Braun  Co'8Specialties Carv Fttrna<es. fcu>ners  etc. Merries' Pure Chemicals. As-nv Ma-  Inn*, Platinum,' Qiii.ksilver, C. P. Ariel* ]  Borax  Glass and all Heavy Chphiicals.  Specialty���Silver Free Lead anil Litharge.  Complete Assay Ontnto   furnltlieil   at  short notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  And a Qoqil One,.if jt is, one  pf our NEW SPRING  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,  wear exclusively. dominion avk.. phoenix.  1  \i/  ���<r  Mr  to  Black's Hotels l  .Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, li. C.  , S. W. McMichael, chief inspector of  Canadian Customs, of Ottawa, who is  expected to .visit Phoenix, to look into  establishing a sub-port here,' travelled  from the east to SanFrancisco first and  is now at .the coast. ,-     ' ' \.   ���  ,  ; ��� v     .... -    ��� ���  , .   -  ���  Four women of the half-world who  made themselves? too cpnspicuous'Siin-  day evening on Knobflill avenue,-as  people were  going to church, hwere  DIsMiiiion of Ftrtaeri.li,  Notice is 'hereby given  that  James  , _ B���. ���.���  Hm,mi]  ������ltlttl Marslmll and K. P. Shi-a, heretofore do-  board and the trustee board   of the q1!*   ���   ?uM��M th? firm of Marshall A  1     .uv,.'    ,      ... , . .     re|faliea,in the Brook yn and Summit hotels  local Methodist church this evening at at Phoenix, B. C, Iiim 'this day''been  ttic /.hornU        -\/l.        V���' !ll               ��� UlBSOlved bv  mil tno I mnxnnl      III :   the church, kr. Knox will remain  here and preach Sunday morning and  administer the sacrament. ��� Mr. Green  will preach in Greenwood in the morning and in his own pulpit in the evening--        -     -  James1 McCalL* who hag occupied a  position for sojme time in the niecjjan'  ���ical department of the Granby'srnelter,  was in" the city this week taking1^ Jook  at the mines before he assumes cfiarge  '!���     ;    ..   ' ".v., una mis uav'Deen  dissolved by mutual consent AH monies  due tlie late firm will he paid to E'P  Shea, who will settle all bills against the  iSirda^of April'18 mU8ttepaidbyU,e  rt^y^* **�����****��  Signed. E. P/Shka,  iv..        \,t T�� T    Jambs Mabbhall. ' '  Witness: W. H. Jounsto.v.  c  Church Services  ]  St. John's Church of England, Rev.  lined $5 and costs   Monday, evening of the new power plant of the' Jnter, -  D  by Police Magistrate Williams. national Coal & Coke Co., at Cole- F:   ^   Wood>  Mis.sionary.   Sunday  mnn.    wuix* u���.^ u- ^  ._   1, A School, io a. m.; Morning Prayer, u  h G, LANG,   ;  ( Provincial "Arsaypr and  Analytical Chemist.  Late Control* Assayer for, the Len-  oramine, Mt.'Sickferr-  From March rst: Gold, $i.oo;  Gold and Silver, $1.50; Gold, Silver and Copper, $3.00. Discounts  far s��ygral samples sent together.  GREENWOOD, B. C,    ,  $7.50 to $75.00  We have just added a large shipment ot tbe world femous 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.'      _. "  'k.vcb Him, Avk.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  liar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  ;>.'���'*     ��� ��� . ; ( Most, Conveniently Located  Telepdpne No. 26. W. S. DQVL^, Prop.  -,  ic Beer- 5c  ..   \  When you.are in Republic look for our sign  Republic Bksr,  REPUBLIC BREWING CO.  Thomas Drag Co.  Engineer Hower does not find it  necessary to do as much pumping' of  city water at this season as usual. The  Banner ipring, to the south of the city,  being connected with the mains, serves  as a supply for the large, part of the  water needed in the city.  Ground was broken  this week for  the new Methodist church,, the plans  man. While here he met an old  friend, J. H. Whiteside, who had not  seen him for fourteen years.  Thos. D. Banbury, of the Central  Dairy, located at the Last Chance  mine, has secured a ranch near Boun  dary Falls, and will move part of his  '43 head of stock to that location,  where the grazing is better than in the  having been received from Toro"nto"by *U]rifero"siand argentiferous- hills and  Mr. Greeu early in the week    Ten- SkyhTk ^mp-    He wi" keeP  J   '   - part of his stock at the old   location,  however, and continue  to supply his  Phoenix customers as usual.  Tuesday afternoon a collison  ofc-  curred on the Granby smelter spur, in  which trainmen were somewhat bruised'  An ore train was backing out from the  smelter yards and the switching' en-  ders must be in by next Saturday, May  7th; plans can be seen at Mr.' C." W.  Greer's.   The,contract for the'construction will probably be. awarded in  the course of ten days.  One of the most pathetic, incidents  ' tliat ^ occurred in the   interior  for  many a month was the wandering away  of little four ,year old   Allen   Coulter  ��� from Nelson last week, and the finding of bis lifeless body high up on the  mountainside #bove the city the next  day'by bnsof t%iJ>uhdreds of searchers sent out.   Tfre little curly headed  chap had die^^om sheer exhaustion.  a. m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30 p. m.:  Everyone cordially invited to attend  any and all services. <  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at u 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^ 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. m. at Graves-Williams' hall, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended f to all. Thos.  Green, B. A., pastor  Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones". (1-/L"full line of  musical goods always in   stock,  Try' us byrplrpne or mail.  GREENWOOD, B. C.     .. ,.  , '  girie was on the way in when they  came together.- Engineer Skinner sustained some painful bruises, and Chas.  Haggitt, the fireman, was cut up some,  what, while Conductor Wutberington  was knocked down and covered with  ore, sustaining several bruises. It took  a day or two to clear up the wreck,   ' I  One ledi't ReooRimtndatlw Said Fifty Bout  of Chamberlain's StomseN  andUuer Tablets.  I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets on the recemmendalionofone  lady here who first bought a box of  them about a year ago. She never  tires of telling her neighbors and friends  about the good qualities of these tab-  lels.���P.M.Shore, Druggist, Rochester,  Ind.   The plaasaot purgative effect of  Prints,  :        '   TH^' DRUGGIST. -  these Tablets makes them a favorite  with ladies everywhere. For sale by  ail druggists.  Hospital DoBCfioas;  Li��t of. Donations received since Jan  1st, 1904, to the Phoenix General Hoe  pita!:  SJh It�� Clements. Houchton. Boator, j  Mdse.i13.00 :sr.r.....'.vz: * S  ^.'i50 T- Eaton bTco.. ToVot.12  Cm8��J?   ("���'"'" S'.c���-.Ktaie�� Crawford  %MU W-���j ����� Cafasdion Rani Drijj Co j  Arriving Daily.  Ciinghoois^ Myslsos; Haffings  and Doniqisks.'���-  Pewny's Celebrated Kid Gloves for ladies -  IS very pair guaranteed.  AfuUstockofBootsandShoes, Bubhers, eta,  always on hand.  The  Dominion Avenue,  Phoenix.  r.  V  r  If- .  m  F     v  ������A  ji * ���  .1  T"'  11  ���iV  -sF  J J"  V  ^


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