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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 8, 1903

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Array ����,  i  i  ��*>  *ti  Vo ���****  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in 1902.   ����   &  Phoenix is" the 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 8, 1903.  No, 39.  The Big Store  BARGAINS!  Men  <  ex  <  CO  '���������*���  I  A GREAT REDUCTION ON  MEN'S SUMMER SUITS  ... V  We have a few summer suits left  which we will give you at a great reduction.  TWO SPECIAL LINES TO  CLEAR, One at $J2 50  One at    10 00  ��� Men's Underwear, per suit,   1 50  Ladies  SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.  Ladies' Shirt Waists  Ladies' Summer Skirts  All Lines Ladies' White Wear  Ladies' Sailor Hats  And Children's Hats  SPECIAL REDUCTION ON  CHILDREN'S SHOES  AND SLIPPERS  $2.50 shoes for $1.75  2.00 shoes for 1.50  1.50 shoes for    1.00  Don't miss the unusual opportunity to  secure goods at greatly reduced prices  CA  BARGAINS!  I'HOKNIX  CKKl'NWOOU  GRAND FORKS  FRESH ������������������������  VEGETABLES .  NEW Potatoes,  Turnips,  Carrots,  California Dry Onions.  Cabbage to arrive in few clays  We have a UriK Stork of BROWN  EARTHEN WARE which we are  otlVring atgieatly reduced prices, including Milk Pitchers, Cream Pitchers, BowIb, small and large. Tea'  Pots, Pudding Dishes, etc..  CROW'S NEST HUMOR.  Ferale Free  Preu  Mm Bloom*  Out In 1  JocaUr Vein.  The following appeared in last week's  Fernie Kree Press, as well as substantially the same thing in that paper's  Morrissey edition, the Dispatch:  "Mr. F. Kcffer-1 manager of the  Mother Lode mine, and well known in  Fernie as a member of tbeconciliation  committee, stayed over a day in Fernie  this week on his. way east as far as  Midieine Hat. He reports mining  operations in the Boundary country to  be flourishing. The fuel situation is  steadily improving, the smelters seldom  being entirely without coke, though the  supply often runs low. He felt assured  of the fact that the coal company's  new oven plants now under construction would permanently dispose of the  coke shortage question. He expressed  much satisfaction with the way the  management of the coal company was  treating the smelters of the Boundary  country. He believed the company  was doing its best to supply the demand and to distribute its product  equitably among the smelters, and he  deplored the unfair criticisms of some  of the papers in the'smelter country,  in which the. real facts were misrepresented."  Just about the time 'the Free Press  man was talking to Mr. Keffer, as  above stated, the smelter of which  Mr. Keffer. is manager, closed one  furnace, and last Sunday night came  near having to close the. other furnace  because of lack of coke.  Some two weeks ago the Sunset  smelter at Boundary Falls was forced to  blow out one of its two furnaces, solely  because coke did not arrive from the  Crow's Nest. The result of that was  the entire suspension of work at the  ���Sunset mine, and the reduction of  forces at other mines which shipped  to that smelter.  The Fernie Free Press man, if he  keeps on, will soon be known as the  Crow's Nest humorist, or the Mark  Twain of East Kootenay.  WINNIPEG MINE  MAYteESUME  Richard Plewman Was Here  Looking Into Matter.  ���**������������������*������  LOCAL JOTTINGS  ���������*��*��������<  *�������������������>��������������  HAS SECURED LOW SMELTING KA1ES  Gt-iroitt Coafldencr li tie Property, and  Expects to See li Sbl6plaj* A{iio Belore  long. , ������', ,:  POLITICAL POINTERS.  It is announced that September 14  has been set as the date of the nom;  inating convention of the Socialists of  Greenwood riding.  The Socialist local organizations in  Greenwood riding have reached a membership of 144, according to A. S.  Embree, of Greenwood.  It is understood that Monday, Aug  ust 17th, has been set as the date of  the Liberal convention in Grand Forks  riding, to take place at Grand Forks.  So far, nearly or quite 850 names  have been registered as voters in Grand  Forks riding, which number will be  somewhat increased before the lists are  closed next week Friday.  Wm. H. Bambury, of Phoenix, has  been appointed by the lieutenant-governor as a commissioner for taking  affidavits, under the Provincial Elections Act Amendment Act, 1902.  Next Thursday is the date of the  Conservative meeting in Grand Forks  riding, to prepare for the convention  to be held on the following Saturday.  Phoenix is entitled to four delegates,  Grand Forks to six, Columbia to three  and Cascade and Gladstone to one  each.  If arrangements . nowf being made  mature as expected, work at the Winnipeg mine, in Wellington camp, some  Iwo miles east of Phoenix, at Hartford  Junction, will be resumed in the near  future. 1       1      :.  Richard Plewman, president and  managing director of the company  owning the Winnipeg, was in city last  Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Plewman, and was looking into the different phases of the ubject. "Mr. Plewman was much phased at a treatment  rate which had jus been made to him  by the management of the Montreal &  Boston Copper CoJ's Sunset smelter at  Boundary Falls, indicating clearly that  ore from the Winnipeg was much desired at the smelters. Mr. Plewman  was satisfied that, within .a compari-  tively short time, active';: work at the  Winnipeg would again . be started.  When the financial arrangements are  completed, Mr. Plewman will probably  assume the active management of the  property, residing at the mine and directing the operations. '���.'  Since he was in Phoenix last, some  months ago, Mr Plewman has made a  trip to the old countrj*, going to London for the purpose of interesting capital in the Boundary country.  Since the Winnipeg, one of the first  mines iii the Boundarytp send out ore  after thejcbmpletfon,of ' the C. P. .R.  into this district, began shipping, not  quite 3,000 tons have been sent to the  smelters, as follows: 1900, 1,076 tons;  1901, 1,040 tons; 1902, up to May 30;  785 .tons. On the latter date, about  14 months ago, a fire occurred at the  Winnipeg which destroyed the shaft-  house and compressor building, containing the seven-drill air compressor,  boiler, pumps, etc., and entailing a loss  of something like $7,000. Although  there was some insurance, aside from  keeping the mine pumped out for a  short time, the property has not been  worked since that date.  Laleit Mining  Stock Quotations,  American Boy   Men llur   Black Tall    Canadian (iold Field*   Cariboo, Gimp McK (exdlv.)...  Center Star   l'alrview   Visiter Muldcu   Giant    Uranby Consolidated   I.one l'itte   Mornlite Glory    Mountain Lion   North Star, (Ii. K.).   Payne    Quiip ;.   Kantblcr-Cariboo    Republic:.   San Foil   Sullivan :   Tom Thumb   War Kagle Consolidated   Waterloo (Ass. Paid)   ���White Bear   ASK HO  out  5  AH  M  4M  *y.  3>4  5  *y>  12  "X<  26  '3  s  4  3  2  3  2  *5 u��  U 50  *!*  I  2  ��� M  '5  '3  1:  tH  ���7  <SK  32  29  42  3"  5  3  S  2  s'4  4M  $  Mi  n\i  10  ���J  $'i  4tf  i\i  Labor Day Celebration Matters. -  Thursday evening a meeting of the  general committee having ��� in charge  the Labor Day celebratjoh, was held  at Hardy hall, there being a large attendance. Chairman Shea announced  that the committee on subscriptions  was still making progress and was adding to the amount already subscribed  in an encouraging manner. Reports  were reeeived from the several subcommittees, and it was decided to  use $250 in prizes for the hose reel  races. A committee of one each from  the nine committees was appointed to  arrange the amounts to be placed at  the disposal of each of the sub-committees for prizes and other expenses.  This committee held a meeting last  evening.  Candidates Nominated.  The following have been nominated as candidates from .he respective ridings as representatives In the provincial assembly :  Fernie���J McPlierson, Socialist-Labor.  Uraud Forks���John Riordan,   Socialist-I.nbor.  Oreenwood���John R. Brown, Liberal.  Islands���T. W. Patterson, Liberal.  Kaslo���John L. Retalhiclc, Liberai.  Kamloops���J. F.'Deane, Libetal; F.J. Fulton.  Conservative.  Nelson���S'.S. Taylor, Liberal.  New Westminster���Thomas Uifford, Conservative.  Okanagan���T W. Sterling, Liberal.  Slocan���R. A. Bradshaw, Liberal.  Skeena���James Herman, Liberal; C W. D  Clifford Conservative.  Similkameen���W. J. Snodgrass, Liberal.  Vancouver City���T. Ogle, Socialist: A. R. Steh-  bings,Socialist; J. H.Edwards, Labor; Franci  Williams, Labor; A G. Ferry, Labor.  Yale���Stuart Henderson, Liberal.  Latest Prices of Metals.  New York ��� Copper, electrolytic  and lake, $i3.oo@$i3.25.  Bar silver, 55^.  Lead, $4.20.  Development work is'being actively  prosecuted on the Roderick Dim, in  Long Like camp, where, in the bottom of a fifty foot shaft there are  several feet of high grade ore���some  of it being said to run $40,000 to the  ton. Dr. G. S. Gordon, of this city,  has a one third interest in the property.  It is reported that about 40 members of the Grand Forks Federal Labor  Union will withdraw from that organization, and from a similiar one that is  affiliated with a purely Canadian or  ganization of the same character.  The Very Reverend Archdeacon  Pentreath, of New Westminster and  Kootenay, whose home is in Vancouver, did not reach Phoenix last Sunday  as was expected, hut was here last  Tuesday.  Andrew Learny, of the city of Grand  Forks judge of the county court of Yale,  has been gazetted as a stipendiary mag?  istrate in and for the county of Yale.  H. S. Goodeve, of Grand Forks,  \yas a, visitor in the city this week.  , No nieeting of the city council was  held this week.  Okanogan fruit is now appearing in  the local markets.  Born, to the wife of Angus McDonald, July 27th, a daughter.  James McGregor, of Nelson, government mining inspector for the interior, was in the camp yesterday.  Have you registered ? There's only  a week left to get your name on the  voters' list if it is not already there.  Next week Monday will he payday  at the Granby mines for July, the  Snowshoe payday being next Saturday.  J. W. Astley, superintendent of the  Snowshoe mine, spent the first part of  Ihe week at Nelson. Mrs, Astley accompanied him.  James Petrie has accepted a position  as engineer at the Mother Lode mine.  His family expect to reside at Grand  Forks for the present. : ,  This evening the quarterly official  board of the Methodist church will  meet at the parsonage, Rev. J. F.  Betts being present as chairman of the  meeting.  Good progress with the extension of  the North Fork wagon road continues  to be made. The road gang is now at  a point about twenty-two miles from  Grand Forks.  Grand Forks citizens will wait upon  the provincial government to secure a  bonus of $5,000 per mile for the purpose of extending the Kettle Valley  lines lip the North Fork of Kettle river.  John O. Madigan, ^government  boiler inspector, of Nelson, was in  camp Monday last, to look at. the new*  150 h. p. boiler recently installed by  the Snowshoe mine, which he was  satisfied with.   .  August Rieschl, formerly well known  in the Boundary, having been in business in Cascade, Grand. Forks and  Greenwdod, is reported as haying been  drowned in the* Copper river district  in Alaska early in July.  Arthur Marr, who for the last two  years has been one of the valued machinist's at the Granby mines, has accepted the position of master, mechanic  at the Mother Lode mine, Deadwood  camp, and moved over there this week.  Any new yearly subscriber to the  Pioneer, or old snbscriber paying up  arrears, can have the Montreal Weekly  Herald for a year free, by making the  request at the time of handing over  the coin to the Pioneer. Make a  note of this.  Win. Jeffrey, of Spokane, arrived  Wednesday to visit his nice, Mrs.  Henry Heidman, bringing with him  the two Heidman girls, who have been  spending the summer at the Hazel-  wood farm, near Spokane, of which  Mr. Jeffrey has charge.  The Greenwood Electric Co. is now  using the cutoff supply line, which  was recently constructed from the upper town to a point on the old line below the city limits. If a good windstorm does not put it out of business,  many persons will be surprised.  Mamie Barrett, the eleven year old  daughter of Miles Barrett, foreman  at the Gianby smelter, received a  vicious bite from a rattlesnake while  picking berries a few days ago on Observation mountain. Medical treatment saved her life She is now progressing nicely.  This week the mammoth posters  advertising the Labor Day celebration  in Phoenix were turned out of the  Pioneer job department, and sent to  all parts of the Boundary country, on  both sides of the line. The advertising committee proposes to see th;.t  the event is thoroughly advertised.  Rev. J. F. Betts, of Grand Forks,  chairman of the West Kootenay district of-the British Columbia conference, will preach tomorrow in the local  Methodist church, morning and evening. Mr. Green will occupy Mr. Betts'  pulpit at the same time, having gore  to Grand Forks early in the week.  A. J. McMillan, managing director  of the Snowshoe and LeRoi mines,  has cabled that he will be a little later  in getting away from London than expected, and will consequently not be  able to represent the Phoenix Board  of Trade at the Fifth Congress of the  Chambers of Commerce of the Empire, which assembles at Montreal on  August 18th.  KING EDWARD  Ei>GE NO. 36,  Phoenix Masonic Organization  Duly Instituted.  ALSO LODGE NO. 37, GRANDS FORKS  Boundary Mining* Notes.  Qraad Master Sharp, of Esquimau, Ihe In*  ���talllni Officer AsslMed by J. II. Schofled,  of Trail���Lift ol -.he New Officials.  This week was particularly notable  in the Boundary country for the institution of two new lodges of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons���one  each at Grand Forks and Phoenix.  For the past two years King Edward  I,odge of Phoenix has been 'working  under dispensation, but last Thursday  night the lodge officers were formally  inducted into office, and the lodge received its number of 36. The installing officers were Most Worshipful  Grand Master E. Elisor Sharp, of Es-  (piimalt, and Deputy District Grand  Master J. H. Schofield, of Trail, the  latter also being mayor of the city on  the Columbia river.  The exercises of installation took  place at Masonic hall, in the Morrison-  Anderson block, there being a full attendance of the membership, about  30, and a supper being served after the  ceremonies. The following is the full  list of ihe officers inducted :  Worshipful ..Master, W. G. Fraser;  senior warden, G. E. Dey; junior  warden, E. J. Allen; secretary, G. W.  Rumberger; treasurer, J. H, Trevorrow;  senior deacon, R. B. Boucher; junior  deacon, H. A. Wright; senior steward,  W. C. Macy; junior steward,. R. S.'  Fraser; tyler, John Swanson; ���  . Also, at Qraad Forks.  The following officers were installed  in Harmony Lodge No; 37, at Graiid  Forks on Wednesday evening:  Worshipful Master, J. Westwood;  senior warden, T. Patterson; junior  warden, W. J. Cook; secretary, John  Rodgers; treasurer, H. N. Galer.  La.st evening the visiting officials  from outside also made a social visit to  the Masonic lodge in Greenwood.  Robert H. Anderson, formerly superintendent at the B. C. mine, now  occupies a similiar position at the  LeRoi mine at Rossland.  It is said that the Oro Denoro mine  is looking better all the time. About  a dozen men are employed there now,  and the force will be incieased before  long/, '..;. ,'.������'V"*'!  As shipments are being increased  again at the Snowshoe, the force of  men, which was temporarily reduced,  is again being augmented.  Another cleanup has been made at  the Waterloo, Camp McKinney, stamp  mill, being 343.9 ounces of gold, worth  $5,120. Within six week* the mine  has realized $8,000 from the null,  R. P. Williams, Boundary agent of  the Jenckcs Machine Co., has been  taking a trip through the Crow's Nest  country. The Rossland district has  been added to his'territory, with headquarters in the Boundary.  ���o It is now anticipated that the closedown of the Granby smelter, for the  purpose- of connecting the two new  furnaces, the erection of which is now  being completed, will occur about  the ist of September, for ten days.  ��� Several capitalists from Toronto, -  have been visiting' the coal fields of  the North Fork"' of Kettle river, accompanied by W. Blakemore, mining  engineer, preparatory to beginning  work on the company's claims. In  the party were Hon. E. J. Davis, commissioner of crown grants in the Ontario government, and Chas. G. Van  Norman, of Toronto.  CARDINAL SARTO THE  NEW POPE.  Chosen  Dr. Simmons,- Dentist, will beat  lis office, Postoffice block, from August 10th to the 16th, inclusive.  Dr. Westwood, of Grand Forks,  came up Thursday to attend the institution of King Edward Lodge No.  36*  Rev. Dr. McRae has preached his  farewell sermon in the Greenwood  Presbyterian church and moved to  Calgary.  During the month of July the treasurer of the city of Grand Forks, Mr.  McCallum, collected $23,000���most  of it taxes.  When he returns from the east, it is  understood Smith Curtis will assume  active managemeut of the Oro Denoro  mine, in Summit camp.  The \vork of laying the new S50  foot water main on the hill, to connect  with the new well that was recently  dug, was started this week.  There has some petty thieving in  the city of late. The offenders, when  found, will probably be made an example of by the police authorities.  Was   Chosen   Last  Tuesday���Title Is Pope  Plus X.-'.y  Rome, Aug., 4.���The-unexpected  happened and a man whose name had  not until yesterday been seriously mentioned in connection with the papacy,  r^cjsigj*j4;tljg,fiigh office. Cardinal'Sarto,  patriarch of Venice, was chosen Pope  Pitis'X,'  Joseph Sarlo, patriarch of Venice, was  born at Riese, diocese of Tre\ iso, in the  north of Italy, June 2, 1835, and was  educated at the seminary of his diocese  and at the Sacra Theologia, Rome.  His career has been that of a parish  priest, spent almost wholly in the north  of Italy. It is singular that Venice  alone of all important cities in Italy  has only patriarchal rank, while many  smaller cities are seats oR)ishops and  archbishops, Sartowas made patriarch  of Venice in 1891 and created and  proclaimed cardinal June 12, 1893,  and has.for his titular church in Rome  St. Bernard. He was a great preacher,  fairiy well known as a Wrilerand under him church interests in Venice  have prospered, He is a member of  the Congregations of Bishop and Regulars, Sacred Rites, Indulgence and  Sacred Relics and Studies.  School To Open.  Monday is the set date for the opening of the public school, but as no  principal has yet been engaged to take  the place of Mr. Turner, who recently  resigned, the senior division, at least  cannot be opened for another week.  The school board secretary bas received a number of applications, some of  them by wire, but no selection has yet  been made.  L. V. Redman has resigned . his  position as leather in the public school  of Grand'Forks.  BOUNDARY ORE-SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments or Boundary mines lor 1900, for 1901, for  1903, and Tor 1903, as reported to the l'hoenix Pioneer��� ,}',as\  iqoo 1901 1902 1903 Week  Granby Mines, Phoenix'       04,533 231,7(12   309,858   200,097       8,817  Snowshoe,               "                   297 1,731    20,800     34,092       1,320  Brooklyn, "          150    Mother Lode, Deadwood      5,340 99,034   141.320     64,25.*)       2,325  Sunset,                  "           802        7,455      9,171  Morrison, "   150           B.C. Mine,        Summit     19,494 47,405     14,811     19,3(55  R.Bell, "      500    Emma.                        "      050       8,530     10.143            99  Oro Denoro               *'             1.507         517  Winnipeg,    Wellington      1,070       1,040 785           Golden Grown,       "             2.250 .... 025           Athelstan,              "             1,200 550        ....          555         ..00  King Solomon, W.Copper  875        ....        ....         ������������  No. 7 Mine, Central...  005 482           City of Paris, "           2,000    Jewel.             Long Lake          100 350       2,175       ....  Carmi, West Fork  890.           Providence,   Providence.;    219        034        :...  Elkhorn  ....         129  Ruby,     Boundary Falls  80,.           Miscellaneous      3,230 3,450^       325       ....*  Total, tons      99,730   390,000   507.545 340,010     12,038  Granby Smelter treated, tons..    02,387   230.S28   312,340 195,137      8,830  Mi  ���t  i   -  / ���>  ��� I  i (  I'!  i t  ,    7  H  <*  -1  I T  f '  '  "T:r--v.*;i?^*m'i5^^ *������* ft  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  n  sll  if11  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining JouraaL  IMOKD 01> 8ATCHDAY BV THB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT FHOBNIX. B. C.  W.B. WILLCOX. Manaqcr.  Telephones  I Euslneta office No. 14.  I Manager's residence, No. 15.  SUBSCRIPTIONS !K ADVANCE.  Per Year J'00  ilxMoutha >-��S  If vou are not a subscriber to this paper, this  .1 an invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates lurntalied ou application.  Legal notices jo and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  advertising  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Pkospkkitv���The men who pinned  their faith to British Columbia during  the depression may he now pardoned  if Ihey say "I told you so."���Nelson  Economist.  ��*��*��������*���<  B. C MINING  Was Needed���The prospectors of  Nelson have organized for mutual protection. No body of men are more in  need of such a union as they have  formed.���Ymir Mirror.  Go Slow���If there is the incalculable  wealth in coal in this Kootenay prop  erty that we have heard about, the  more deliberately the government  moves in disposing of it the better.���  New Westminster Columbian.  JLAB��L>  1903  AUG.  1903  Sun. Hon.  Tues. Wed.  Thu.  Frl.   Sat.  1  7    8  2    3  4    5    6  9  10  U  \2  13  14   15  ,16 17  18 19  20  21  22  23 24  25 26  27  28 29  30 31  Sir Thomas has left the cup on this  ���side of the herring pond so  many  times that this time he will make a  heroic effort to lift it.  Same Plan���It looks as if "Joe"  Martin's withdrawal from the leadership of the British Columbia Liberals  was framed on the same plan as the  Russian withdrawal from Manchuria.  ���Rossland Miner.  He Wonders���Wonder if the correspondent meant anything when he  wrote in connection with a recent fire  ���'up the line" that the occupants of the  house barely escaped in their night  garments?���Vancouver World.  No Longer Czar���Opposition to  the Chinese is no mere idle talk with  Conservatives. The government has  ruled for no Chinese underground in  coal mines, and last week Dunsmuir's  manager was fined for going contrary  to the law up at Cumberland. ; Dunsmuir is no longer czar.���Slocan Drill.  It "is said that the new two- tailed  comet is moving away from the earth  ���which, of course, is quite consider  ate on the part of the comet.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  There is just one week more to get  your name on the voters' list. Those  who have not yet attended to this important matter should lose no time in  doing so.      James J. Hill has won his merger  suit in the state of Minnesota. Does  this'have any bearing on the early construction of* the Phoenix branch of his  railway ?      That Spokesman-Review printers'  strike did not last long^twp days���  but. it was long enough for \V. H.  Cowles, the proprietor, -to ascertain  that he was up against the real thing.  In the last few months first Oregon,  then Washington, and now California,  have had serious ontbreaks from their  ���respective state prisons ��� each time  with serious loss of life. Seemingly  there are prisons that do not imprison  securely.  There will be quite an increase in  the vote of Grand Forks riding this  year over the vote of the same polling  places at the last election. Evidently  there is more interest this time, combined with the fact that there are more  voters in the district.  A chemist down east lays claim to  an invention by which he can produce  life, and he has given out the receipt  for his alleged discovery. The chief  component part is plain, every day  salt, so that there is little danger of his  becoming too fresh.  Judging from the manner in which  the- editors of Nelson's three papers  are paying backhanded compliments to  one another, the political campaign in  that neck of the woods must be getting  exciting. AH kinds of old scores are  being dug up for the edification of the  general public.  The announcement that this week  the Michel collieries of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal.Co. will begin making regular shipments of coke from the new  ovens, thus considerably augmenting  the present supply, will be welcomed  in the Boundary, where the two smaller  smelters, at least, have been much  hampered of late by the coke shortage.  Department ol Mines.  There is a* likelihood that before the  Dominion -session closes Hon. Mr. Sif-  ton will introduce legislation for the  creation of- a department of mines.  This important change was foreshadowed by the minister in his explanations  to the house during supply last week.  The minister has already engaged a  competent geologist in the person of  Dr. Haanel, and it is probable that an  expert mineralogist and an expert chemist and metallurgist will also be added  to the staff. By means of practical work  in the field and in the laboratory and  the compilation of reliable statistics,  it is hoped to give to the world information concerning Canada's mineral  resources of a much greater value than  has been possible in the past.  Advertise and hustle and you will  keep busy.  Success is the reward for workers  and advertisers.  If at ��� first you don't succeed try  again and advertise.  It pays to be cheerful in your  advertising. "Even the dog gets bread  by wagging his tail." -'���,���.  Every piece of printed,matter used  in connection with your business is an  important part of your advertising  campaign. Its effect is favorable or  otherwise.    '  * OLLfl PODRIDA. *  Opportunity is rare, and a wise man  will never let it go by him. :���".������  A Boston judge has officially told  the Boston people that they "are: well-  behaved folk." It is not probable that  they will appeal from the decision.  A St. Louis jury convicted, a boodr  ler in just fourteen minutes. 'There  must have been a circus iri town that  afternoon that the jurors hated to miss.  * ''/'-.'���'y\.  The Toronto  World announces in  a striking  headline that a young man  of that city  "wants a wife and wants  one bad."   Very few young men are  after that kind.  Mineral Exhibit at Spokane.  The management of the Spokane  Interstate Fair which is held this year  from October 5 to 13, has wisely decided to make a far better exhibit of  the mining resources of the country  than anything which has been shown  at Spokane in the last few years. ���'��� W.  A. Coplen has been appointed to  gather and arrange this exhibit. He  has already been hard at work upon  the project for several weeks and has  personally visited many of the camps  and has received assurances that the  exhibit this year will be from ten to  twenty-five times as lagre and diversified as it was a year ago.  One very small corner of the main  exhibition room was given to that department last year and many people  never discovered it at all. This year  the entire south side of the main exhibition building will be devoted-to  the mining department. The fair  management, recognizing the importance of this department of the exhibition, has agreed to see that the mineral  exhibits are sent to the fair .without  any expense to the mine owners.for  freight charges. -,y ���������.*'���  Votes at Election of 1900. -  The following were the votes of different Kootenay and Boundary ridings,  as at present defined, at the election  of 1900:  Slocan mine owners still complain  of a scarcity of miners.  A new strike of placer gold has  been   made in  the Cassiar  district.  Men are standing armed guarding  their ore dumps on Poplar creek, Lardeau.  Fifteen mines in Rossland and  Boundary shipped 22,000 tons of ore  last week.  The Hall mines smelter at Nelson  received 12 carloads of ore from the  Rambler-Cariboo mine last week.  The Enterprise is the largest employer of labor in the Slocan City  mining division, there being upwards  of 30 men on the payroll. '  Before the new year Rossland will  have ore concentration works of greater  capacity than any other mining camp  on the continent of America.  Rossland ore shipments last week  were: LeRoi, 3,800; Centre Star, 1,560;  War Eagle, 1,140; LeRoi N0.2. 560;  Kootenay, 300; Jumbo, 190; total, 7,-  640 tons.  Rossland Conservatives have, in mass  meeting, passed a resolutoin declaring  that the immigration of both Chinese  and Japenese should be absolutely restricted.  A force of nine men is at work at  the No. 1 mine, Ainsworth, one of the  oldest mines in West Kootenay. The  ore runs 100 ounces of silver to the  ton, and a new shaft is to be sunk.  According to the Trout. Lake Topic,  a newspaper published a few miles distant from the new Poplar Creek camp,  gold ore from Poplar creek is so rich  that specimens sell for a hundred  dollars apiece.  The St. Eugene mine, Moyie, is to  open up immediately- Speaking of  the* intentions of the company tne  other day, manager James Cronin said  that it would probably take two months  to get everything on to a good working  basis and shipments up to normal.  Representatives of the Vancouver Liberal-Conservative Association are making what amounts practically to a canvass of the entire city for the purpose  of securing names of voters, their addresses, and on which side they are likely to vote at the coming provincial election;  William Fleet Robertson, provincial  mineralogist, has been in the Windermere district, where he visited the  Ptarmigan and, Paradise mines. At  the Paradise there is oyer 50,000 tons  of shipping ore in sight. He considers the Ptarmigan and Paradise two of  the big mines of the province.  . For sale, Smith-Premier No.' 1 type  writer in good condition at reasonable  price, inepjire at the Pioneer office.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  ;   FIRE; LIFE, ACCIDENT.    **  Commissioner for taking Affidavits..  Phoenix, B. C.  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.  ftfira  '���'������������s'vl  The  best  breakfast,   dinner  or  supper for a child is  VictOr   Brand  Evaporated V^I*C2iISl  It is the full cream cqws milk, evaporated and  sterilized. It contains all the bone, flesh and  muscle building* elements.  MaHei Happy Healthy Babies.  Mtd. by Charlotlctown Condcnied Milk Co., Chcrlottetown. P.E.I.  R. B. KERR,  iUrrisvek and Solicitor, .  notarv pudlic.  PHOENIX, B. C.  King Edward Lodge, li.D.  A.F.and A. M.  Reuulnr coiimuulcntlon 8 ]>. m. Sec  olid Thurslny of each mouth.  Koiergent ncetiiij-s nsc-illcd; Masonic  Hall, Monisoii-Andemon Mock.  tl.ll  W. I,. GHRMAINK.  Secreta-V.  F.I,. COCK.  W. M.  Phoenix Federal Labor Union   No. 155.   Meets Thursdays at 8 p. m. at Min-   ers' Union Hall. ��� ���������-  X. r.HMlHUX. Pies.      J. RIORDAN, Sec'y.  World W^  ���*���+�������+�������������� ����� ��* *���  ' The state of California has made an  appropriation $130,000 for ah exhibit  for the St. Louis exposition.  Theaverage costin the United States  of refining Copper and recovering from  it the gold and silver is stated to be $5  per ton.  ' Within a few years the annual pro  duction of metals and mineral in the  United States will reach the* enormous  total of a billion and a half dollars. In  this total is included everything in  shape'of metal and mineral mined within, the limits of the country.  The production; of gold in all the  world for the year 1901 was 12,812,-  000 ounces of a value $264,000,000.  The world's production of gold for the  year 1902 was about 12,950,000 ounces  valued at $267,000,000. The United  States leads every country with a total  production of 3,975,000 ounces, valued  at $82,000,006.  Dining Room To Rent.  Dining room and 17 bedrooms in  the Central Hotel can be leased on  favorable terms.    Apply to  Frank Anderson,  Phoenix, B. C.  A WELL-KNOWN  ALBANY MAN  Recommends   Chamberlain's  Colic,  aad Diarrhoea Remedy.  Cholera  Ymir riding ...... .  .. 632  Grand Forks riding..  ...  648  Columbia         "  ������ 435  Fernie             "    .  ��� ��� 345  Greenwood    ������"..  .  ��� ��� 598  Kaslo          .   "    .  ���' 543  Slocan             f' ���".'  ������ 785  Revelstoke!'    "    ..  ��� ���  59��  Nelson City :'"'...  ������'"75  Rossland City ��� "������  ..  ..1163  Cranbrook       "    ..  ... 646  About eighteen months ago Mr. W. S.  Manning, of Albany, New York, widely  known in trade circles an the representative of the Albany Chemical Co, was  suffering from a protracted attack of  diarrhoea; "I tried Chamberlain's  Colic,' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"  he eaya, "and obtained immediate relief. X cheerfully recommend thin medicine to those similarly afflicted." Sold  by all druggists.  ������m������*-H*mm-mvmm\w\ wiiuimjunm-.i ,.   MINERAL ACT, 189$,  Certificate of |mprov��msnt������,  Hotloe.  Denver **1 literal Claim situate hi the Greenwood  Milling Division of Yale District.  Where located, in Greenwood camp.  Take notice that I.Albert E. Ashcrofl. F. M.  C. No. 855279, acting as agent for A.. A. Mcintosh,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55243. and VV. H,  Spence, Kree Miner's Certificate No 80267. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Ctrtificati: of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  . Aiidlurther take notice that action, under section 37,must be commenced before the Issuance of  sifah'Certifiiate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of Aviguf t, 1903,  AI,I*HIJT l?. ASllCROFT. P. I.  PHOENIX AERIE  NO. 158.  Meetings on l'ridny  al 8301) .in;, Miners'  Uiiisn Hall.  Visiting   brethren  cordially invited.  THOS LYONS. I're��.      WM'. FLKMJNO. Secy  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE HOOTS AND SHOES  MADE TO  ORDER. '  PRACTICAL   MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS* SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Graves-Williams Block,cor.      Phnpniv   R   f.  Firstand Old Ironsides Ave       rllTCBI*. U. V.  Victoria Avenue, Phoenix,.B.C.  In Cottage Hotel.  We make a specialty  of Family ar\d Hotel  trade.  Free delivery to all parts of the city.  J. S. McCAGUE, Prop.  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER   OF  LICENSE.  LIQUOR  Notice is hereby given that I will make  application to the Board of License  Commissioners of tbe City of Plioenix',  at, tbeir next meeting, for the transfer  of the Liquor License now held by. me  for the "Summit" hotel, situate on lot  10, block 15, Old IronsideB Sub-division  of Phoenix, B. C, to James Marshall  and K.-P. Shea.  Dated this l'Cth day of July, A. D,  1903.  T.H. RICHARDS.  APPLICATION  FOR   TRANSFER  LICENSE.  OF    LIQUOR  m  QTY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  %ar*~ tm^^ W$r^  --  PHOENIX, B.C.  COMPANY  -���Ace nt for   PABST AND  CALGARY   -BEKR.   R. GRE1GER,  Manager ��#���*  GREENWOOD  Notice is hereby given that we will  make application "to the Board of License  Commissioners of the City of Plioenix  at their next meeting for a transfer, of  the Liquor Licence now held by us for  the "Bellevne" hotel, situate on lot 18,  hlock 18, Old Ironside Snb-division of  Phoenix, B. C���. to Alexander GriegB  and Mngb McDonald.  Dated this'17lh day of July, A. P.,  1903.  E. P. SHEA.  JAMES MARSHALL.  ShO^IINE  AND  ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver;  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets' to Europe and other  foreign countries.  Leaves  Daily  Spokane Time Schedule.  Effective'Dec. sj 190a.  Arrive;  Dally ;  V. S-    j  7.45a.m. FAST MAIL���To and. from.,  Co-tur d'Alene district, Farm-  ington Garfield 1 olfax, Pull-. . ���  man,   "Moscow,   ���Pomeroy,  Wnitsbmg, Dayton; Wall a  Walla, Pendleton, Baker City  and all points Bast  6.25 p. m.  4:15 p. in. ��XBRJJSS���For Farinington  (Qar/jeld, polfajc, Pullman, ���  lloscow, f.cwjstdn, Portland  Sari Francisco, Raker City  and sll points HAST. '  J>3��PRESS ��� From all points  Kast, (laker Gily, San Fran-.  Cisco, Portland, Colfax, Oar-  field and Farinington.,., 9.30 a.m.  ���Kxcept Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Route.  Steamers sail from Ainsworth dock, Portland,  at 8 p. m. and from Spear Street wharf, SaiiFran-  Cisco, at 10 a. m. every five days.  Tickets on sale at all S. F. & N. Stations.  For further lu formation as to rates, time o(  trains, equipment, etc..address  GEO. J. MOHLHR, General Agent,  430 Riverside Ave., Spokane, Wash  llpWpfS:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  Vts- The most perfecty appointed Health  and Pleasure Resort In the West, with a complete system of Baths���including Turkish an I  Russian. Open the year round. The curative  properties of its waters are uuequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Trouble*.'; f-  Fbr Healing all Kidney, I.iver and Stomach  ailments.  For Eliminating all Metallic Poisons Trom the  System. " ''������-.  The gtandeur of the scenery Is unrivaled.  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, Inkes.waterfalls,  boating, yochting, fishing, shooting, excursions,  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed lot  mildness.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Chica-p-, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Railway  runninu the ''Pioneer Limited". trainc  every day and night between St. Paul  ande'Cliicaco, and Omaha and Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the world."  Uiiderutuml: Connections are made  with All Transconlinentai'T.ineB, assuring,to pasBenKt-rs (he best service known.  Luxuri'-ns coaches, electric lights,slt-aiii  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that your ticket rc-wlu��� via '���Tin*  Milwaukee" when Roiii** to any point in  the United Staten orCanada. All ticket  agents sell them. ���  For rates, pamphlets or other information, address,  R. L. Ford, H. SvRowe,  Trav. Pass. Agt., General Agent,  SPOKANE. WN. PORTLAND. OR  Spokane falls and northern  NELSON &���  FORT   SHEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN E?Y.,  Washington and Great flor. Ry.  V��� V.and E. Ry.  The ouly all-rail route between all poluts easl  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all hi  termediote points; connecting af Spokane will  the Great Northern,Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co. - .-..-'" ���  Connects at Ro*tslaud- and- Nelson with Canadian Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with steamer forKaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for preen  wood nnd Midway, B.C.  Buffet cars run on passenger trains between  tween Spokane and Republic.  -$FFEC*TIVK NOV. ?**. <9".  Leave. Arrive  0:15 a m...... ...Spokane *:45 P- m  .0:15a. iu ....Rossland 5*1�� P-">-  7:00 a. m Nelson 8 00 p. m  n:ooa. m ...Grand Forks 4*���� ���>. in.-  10:34 a. in... Curlew - .'..4*4* P- m.  9:15 a. in Republic '...! 5:40 P- m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  Phoenix Home Brewed  LAGER  BEER  Hrewed by a home inflituti��n, lias pioven  the tc."t nnil lniF imi'lt* a  Host of Friends  who testify to its Gooil Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS -'MUELLER,  Proprietor.  Corner  Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix.  lion Bottling works   ��� J-\S   McCRHATH, Prop   '  fOBBERS IN WINES, EEEF? AND CIGARS  ���Sole Attt-uts foi Keichsquellrii Sellers* Uluc Label Urn ml the most  healthful mid refreshing of Mineral Waters.  hone Orders Solicited.        GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  ^���.�������^w"��,��'��������'"w,"������,"tP����w����'��   ��������#�������������������*��� v.�� lltltfltllVIII  Palace livery staples  '1 he best established nnd regulated hostehy in the Houndaiy. We are centrally located in our new stables with  a conij'lete outfit Ot'Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best oi'rigs,      Parties  driven  to  any Boundary   point.  Clear Smelter Lake Ice Delivered on Wednesday and Saturdays.  Mclntyre & McDonald, Props.  Old Ironsides  Addition  Phoenix, B.C.  Knob Hill Avenue  WMl��amWaa^kWaWm  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading Weekly  Ojf the Boundary* -  Published ju the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  Inl902  the entire Boundary shipped 500,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was reduced by  BOUNDARY SMELTERS  Phoenix camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of ore  last year.  'I'he Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any part of Canada or the United  States for '  S2.00  per year���or the rest of the world for $3.00   per  year.    It gives the  Latest and Most  Reliable News  rscSSw  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It is feailess  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin at any lime.  If Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  PHOENIX, B. C.  HIE  ���     ;.   THE SCENIC LINE  Through-Salt Lake City, Leadville, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver, and  the faipous Ropky Mountain Scenery [>y paylight to all ppjnts J��ast.  .1 Fqst Trains Dgi��v^t;og(l���n��n<jPg8ivcr .1  ^r ' '-~J~ |--'WH!l|*^w'','j'".'''')WW1ftM-v|'1^  MODERN  EQUIPMENT, THROUGH   PULLMAN  AND TOURIST  SLEEPING   CARS   AND    SUPERB    DININd    CAR   SERVICE,  STOPOVERS ALLOWED.  For rates, folders and other W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agent,  information, address, 124 Third St., Portland, Ore,  sjsa-ffl-agi&g^^  S3PH7^^^ST-*,'.;-.-,v.  %V. THE PHOENIX PIONEER  J*.  l!  ���ii  I''  w  STRENGTH - AND -SIMPLICITY  Are two of the good points of the  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  The Maximum of work  with  the minimum.of time and labor.  Write for Catalogue.  THE LINOTYPE COMPANY,  MONTREAL, QUE.  0"  **  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Tai.kki. ok at  homk and klskhiiere  ^Strongcsl In tlic world.  Assets $ 3S9-395.S38.oo.   H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  Surplus $75,752,997.00  605 606 607 Empire State  Manager,       t  ate Building      ���  SPOKANE, WASH.  }  ,      t  ���  '    4  L. W. MAJOR, Asst. Manager, Rossland, B. C.  !���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  PHOENIX  MARKET.  '���  P. Burns & Co.  HEAD OFFICE FOR HOUNDARY CKKKK, GREENWOOD, II. C.  HEADQUAR1ERS, NELSON, II. C.  ... .-Wholesale id M M Merchants.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  "Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  PISH,.OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ,���������������������������������������������������<;���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  PALACE EXCHANGE STAGE  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix ac-10 a. m.        .Leave Greenwood at 3 p. 111.  :.   "<���    Daily.  &&<�� A. S. 4 PAW, Proprietor  Alex Munro  , HAS OPENED A  Carriage and Wagon Shop  IN CONNECTION WITH THE 11LACKSM1TH  SHOP.  Contracting and Building,  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Full Line of Hard Woods.  ........Shop on Dominion Avenue   APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER    OF   LIQUOR  LICENSE.  Notice is herebv given lhat. we will  miike application to the hoard of License  Commissioners of the City of l'hoenix.  at their next'meeting, f��r a transfer of  the Liquor License held by ua for the  "Maple Leaf" hotel, situate on lot u,  block 1, OkI Iionsides sub-division o  Phoenix. B. C, to John Hartman and  August J. Pilger.  Dated this 25th day ot July, 1003.  alex. greigg,  h. Mcdonald,  GRAND: FORKS ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  excursion Pates Cast!  From PHOENIX to  St, Paul, Minneapolis,   Duluth Sioux  City,  $60.50.  Lake  26.  RETURN:  Chicago and return '.. -$T2-����  Toronto and return   96*8��  Montreal, New York & return, 10S.00  St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,   60.50  Kansas City ***���    68*S��  Corresponding rates  to all Eastern  points.    Tickets  available   via  Route, including meals  and   berths,  sailing dates, August 18,   19   "-  "  SPECIAL.  Detroit (Epworth League). .. .$80.25  Boston, (N. E. A. convention) 93*����  Ualtimore,(B,B.O,E,     " 9������  Saratoga, (Mystic Shrine)....   9��*����  For selling dates and conditions ol  sale for special points, apply to  Canadian Pacific agents, or write  T.G.Clark, '&1-c���?> ,  J Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix,B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  flelson.B.C.  Notice is hereby given that I shall on Monday,  the 31st dny ol August, A v., 1903, nt the hour ol  loo'clockiii the forenoon, nt the Court House.111  Grand Forks, hold n Court of Revision of the  Register of Voters to be prepared by me under  the provisions of the "Redistribution Act, 19-J,"  and of the ''Provincial Elections Act."  Dated nt Grand l'orks, B 0., the 25th dny ol  June, 1903.  . S. R. ALMOND.  Collector of Votes.  lr..S]  IIKNKI G. JOI.Y de T.OTBINIKRK,  Lieutenant-Governor.  KDWARD nil SKVUNTll.by the Grace of God,  of the United Kingdom of Great lliitulu.aud  of the British Dominions beyond the sens,  Kinu, Defender of the Vaith &c.,&c.  To the Returning Officer of the .Grand Forks  Klectoral District :*  \VK COMMAND VOU Hint, notice of* Ihe time  and place of election being duly given, you do  cause election to be mnile according to law of one  member lo serve in the Legislative Assembly ol  llritish Columbia for the Gruiul Forks electoral  dislrict.nud that you do cniisc iioiuiiiation ol  candidates at such election lo be held on the 15II1  day or October next, and do cause the name ol  such member, when so elected, to be certified to  the Deputy Provincial Secretary, nt the city ol  Victoria, nil or before the 1S1I1 day of Noi-eitilwr.  10113, the election so inude, distinctly and openly  under your seal duly endorsed upon this Our  Wtil.  In TiiSTi.MoNV WiiKitror, We have caused thes*-  Our l.eiteis to be made Patent under the  Great Seal of Oar Province of llritish 1 olciin-  bin. Witsuss: The Honourable Sir III'nki  0. loi.v hi* I.orniNtKKi;, K C. M.G., at Our  Government House, this 16II1 day ol July, A,  D i"RV  ny Command,  A. CAMPIIKLL Kl'DDIK,  Deputy Provincial Secretary,  I  It'is odd sometimes what a lot of  people are trying to "work" the newspapers. They seem to be possessed  of the idea that the editor must fill up  his paper with something anyway, and  he might as well print a puff for them  as anything else. They blissfully forget that every line in a paper costs  someone money; and that if it benefits any one it should, in all honesty  and fairness, be paid for. Of course,  they do not look at it in this way���  they never do when they are trying to  get something for nothing.  ���w  This brings lo mind that   Rossland  is  preparing for a Summer  Carnival  this  month, on  the  occasion  of the  annual . picnic  of the C.   J*.   R.   em  ployees  of   the   Kooteiiay-Doundary  division.    This is all right, and they  will  doubtless  have a, big  time, the  business   men  of    Rossland   making  .special efforts therefor, and announcing that they will give prizes amounting to  $5,000  for  the sports.    'I'he  secretary of the carnival committee is  a gentleman named A. J. Drewry, and  be is sending out   the advertising  for  the event.   'This  week  the   Pioneer  was favored with a letter from him containing copy for'an ad, etc., thatwould  call  for  from  $10   to  $15 worth of  space; and with the cbpy he  enclosed  two great big one dollar bills, in   full  payment   for  space to be used.    Of  course, the money was returned to Mr  Drewry, with thanks for his   thought-  fulness, as this journal  does  not  do  business on any such picayunish basis.  ��<���  Now, it is a question whether Mr.  Drewry realized how munificent he  was becoming, when he made such an  offer, with the glittering bait of the  actual cash itself in good Canadian  money. If he continues to show his  generosity in this manner, the first  thing he knows the publishers of the  country will be going to Europe in  their private yachts, to say nothing of  taking tours in their auios. He should  be careful in making such startling offers, or some may die of joy at the  sight of so much "long green."  Speaking seriously, however, any  man must be possessed of an abnormal  amount of cheek" to make such an offer as the above. Every publisher  needs* all he can get in these strenuous  times, but as far as the Pioneer is concerned, it will take chances of get  ting its banker to edit its overdraft  column���we hive a bank account, ir it is  often in red���rather than accept such  a proposition. Some of our contemporaries may do business in that way,  and we hope they will get rich at it if  they do, but it is not a business proposition in any sense.  Slater Shoe Advertising  ifying the "Slater Shoe"  Short talks by the Slater Shoe ad man, No. 8.  The Slater Shoe trademark is practically a quarter million  dollar guarantee behind every pair of "Slater Shoes,"  ���because measured in cold commercial parlance that is the  value of the modest little mark by which " Slater Shoes " are  identified.  The Slater Shoe makers have the sole and exclusive right  to use any combination of words containing the word " Slater'���  as applied to shoes and this right is duly set forth in imposing  looking   legal   documents with   large  red  seals  and  much  Vermillion tape, .......  ���but the exact wording to be found on a genuine " Slater  Shoe" are the three words "The Slater Shoe" in a slate frame-��� 4  no initials, no other words, no marks of any kind.  This particular and precise form of words is rigidly adhered  to by the makers of the genuine "Slater Shoe" to enable the  wearer to easily identify the real " Slater," though the makers  have the exclusive right to use the. word "Slater" with or  without other words.  And to you _that identification mark "The Slater Shoe/'  has a protective value which no other shoe without these precise  words can have,��� <-,..���''������  ���because behind it is the commercial value of a trademark  worth $250,000.00 in cold cash.  ���and be it remembered that the value of a trademark is !  measured txactly by its ability to command trade,  ���'because no matter how popular a trademark may be or  how skilfully or largely it may be advertised  ���'it could be robbed of its value in one short season by  inferior goods made and sold under it, "���*',.  ���'and do you think the " Slater Shoe "makers who have  for so many years been building up this valuable trademark  would entertain any three-cent-saving proposition to skimp the  unseen vitals of a shoe in which so valuable an asset as a quarter  million dollar trademark is wrapped up ?  Not likely is it?  The Slater Shoe  Made in Canada 40 years.   Goodyear welted.  For men $4.00 and $5.50.   For women $3.50 and $5.00.  Cholera Infantum.  TliiH has long been regarded as one of  the most dangerous and fatal diseases to  which infants are subject. It can l*p  cured, when properly treated. All thut  is necessary is to give Chamberlain's  Colic,'Cholera and Diairhoca Remedy  and castoi oil, as directed with each  bottle, and a ente is certain. For sale  by all druggists.  Valuable Time Saved.  Plight injuries often disable a man  and cause several days' loss of time and  when blood poison develops, sometimes  results in tbe loss of a bund or limb  Chamberlain's l'ain Balui is an antiseptic liniment. When applied to etits,  bruises and burns it causes th. m to heal  quickly and without maturation, and  prevents any danger of blood poison.  For sale by all druggists..  PROVINCIAL POLITICS.  Nearly every eligible name has been  placed on the Nelson voters' list.  Up to date there have been 736  votes registered in the Ymir riding.  The Vernon News reports great political activity in the Similkameen riding.  There are now over 1,000 names on  the voters list for Kamloops and district.  H. 13. Gilmour, Vancouver, again  announces that he bas retired from  politics.  In all probability J. A. McDonald,  barrister, will be the Liberal candidate  in Rossland.  There is some doubt as to whether  or not John L. Relallack will accept  the Liberal nomination in Kaslo.  There now seems every likelihood of  the total number of voters in the  Cranbrook riding reaching 1,000.  Up to last Saturday there were 705  names entered on the list,  On two hours' notice a body of  sixty Camborne Conservatives met and  organized themselves into an association. The meeting was addressed by  Thomas Taylor and  Arthur Johnson.  SOLE AGENTS,  Hunter=Kendrick Co.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Crow's Nest Output for July.  The output of the three collieries  in the ("row's Nest for the month of  July is reported to be 71,46:: tons of  coal and 16,335 tons of coke, which is  larger than any previous month. The  output is expected to increase now with  every month.  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street,   *Plione53,  We make good bread,     Try it,  ... .C. W. GREER, Proprietor  Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea.  "About six years ago for Ihe first time  In my life 1 had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas." "I got temporary-relief,'but it. came, hack again and  again, and for six long years I have suffered more misery and agony than I can  tell. It was worse than death. My husband spent hundreds of dollars for physicians' prescriptions and treatment,  without avail. Finally we moved to Bos  one county, our present homo, and one  (lay 1 happened to see an advertisement  of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial of  a inan who had been cured by it. The  ease was so similar to my own that I  concluded to try the remedy. Tbe result was wonderful. I could hardly  realize that. I was well again, or believe  it could be so after having sutl'ered so  long, but that one bottle of medicine,  costing but a few cents, cured me." Foi  sale by all druggists.  Reduced Summer Excursion Rates.  The Denver & Rio Grande, popularly known as ihe, "Scenic Line of  the World," has announced greatly reduced round-trip rates from Pacific  Coast [joints for the benefit of teachers  who will spend their vacation in the  east, and delegates to all the prpminent  conventions���N. E. A., at Boston; A.  O. U. W., at St. Paul; B. P. O. E.,  at Baltimore; Woodmen of America,  at Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;  Mystic Sluiner, al Saratoga Springs;  K. of P. at Louisville, and '1'. P. A.,  at Indianapoils.  Tickets at the reduced rates will be  based upon one fare for the round  trip, but will be sold only on certain  days. These tickets will carry stopover piivilegeson the going trip, giving  passengers an opportunity 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.  For a rate to the point you wish to  go, and for dates of sale and othei  particiilais, as well as for illustrated  pamphlets, write  W. C McBRIDK, Gen. Agt.,  124 Third St,, Portland,Or.  TICKETS  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA  rea  1903 COPPER HANDBOOK  The World's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  The 1903 International Edition is new from cover to  cover. It lists and describes 2,207 copper mines and copper mining companies in all parts of the world. It has a-  greatly amplified chapter on the History, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Uses and Statistics^'Copper.  ' Eight chapters are devoted to the various Copper'Mining  . fields of the world; a long chapter of Statistical Tables  and descriptions, ranging from a few lines to eleven pages,  of the world's Copper Mines.  'i'he 1903 edition is 'he result of nearly ten years'  labor. It is made for the investor, miner, smelter, scientist  or any other person interested in the subject of copper from  any standpoint. The book has 600 octavo pages, with  gilt tops. Price, $5 in Buckram, or $7.50 in full library  morocco.  WILL BE SENT, ON APPROVAL, FULLY PREPAID,  IT  to any address in ihe 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 ordeis to the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS,  HOUGHTON, MICH.  t,C> I'o.vt* OiricK Block.  SHORT LINE  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Seattle, Victoria, Tacoma and Portland,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleeper?.  Dining ami Bullet Smoking Library.  "I Fast Trains at Convenient If ours *)  lL Bet. Spokane and Puget Souud��  For rates and folders and full information regarding trips call on or address  any agent V. V. & K. or S. F. & N. Rys.  A.B.C.Dknkiston,       IT. Brandt,  G. W. P.A., C. P AT. A.,  Seattle, Wash. Spokane, Wn  [L. S.]  IIKNKI   G  PROVINCE  JOLY   in*.   LOTMINTKRK.  .I.R-utenflnt-Ctovcnioi.  OAXAPA.  OF   BRITISH   COU7M-  in a.  KDWARD VII.. by the ('.race of God, of th-  United Kinuloii; of (������lent Britain ;uul Iri.  hind ami of tbe British Dominions beyniti  the Seas, King, Defender of the faith, etc  etc., etc..  To all to whom these presents shall conic���G red  A  PROCLAMATION"  A. H   McPhillips, Attorney-Central  Whereas, We are dvirons and i esolved, as *oon  us may be. to meet Our people of Our Proviree  of llritish Columbia, and to have their advice \v  Our I,eKi>lanue, We do make known Our Royht  will and pleasure to call a new I.ef;isliitive As-  setnblv of Our said Province; am! do lurtlier declare that by the advice of Our Kxccutive Council of llritish Columbia, We have this day ijiveii  orders for issuing Our writs in due form, for cal'.  inj: a new Legislative Assembly of Our said '-'rtu  ince, which writs are to bear date the sixte-etit!i  dav of lulv. and to be returnable on ��r before  the eighteenth day ot November, one thousand  nine hundred and three.  In   Tksti.monv   Wiu:ki:ok,  We have   caused  these Our Letters to be  made Patent and th-'  ('.real Seal of Our said Province to he liereun  to atbxed:  WirNKSS. the  Honourable Sir Hi:s:ki  GtTs  TWK   JOI.Y    OK    LOTIUNIKRK,     K.    C.    M.    G.  Lieutenant-Govemu of Our said Pi ovine*;* ol  British Columbia, at Our Government House  in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province  this sixteenth dny of June, in the ycai  of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and  three, and in the third year of Our Keij;u.  By Command,  K. F. C.KKKN",  Provincial Secretary.  ;(L.S.) IIKNKI G. JOLY uk  LOTBINIKKK,  Ltcu.teunnt-Goveruoi  CANADA.  KDWARD VII . by the Grace of God,   of   the  United  Kiui-doin of Great  Britain and ire*  laud and of the  llritish  Dominions bevond  the Seas, King, Defender of the Kaith.'etc  etc., ctc.  To Our faithful the Members elected to serve  in the Legislative Assembly of Our Province  of British Columbia, at Our Citv of Victoria-  Greeting :  A   PROCLAMATION.  A. K. McPhillips, Attorney-General.  Whereas, We are desirous and resolved as soon  as may be, to meet Our people of Our Province  of British Columbia, and to have their advice \v  Our Legislature:  Now know ye, that for divers causes and considerations, and taking into consideration the  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects. \\\  have thought fit, by and with the advice of Oui  Kxecutive Council of the 1'rovince of British  Columbia, to hereby convoke, and by these presents, enjoin you, and each of you, that on Thurs  day, the twenty-first day of January, one thousand nine hundred and tour, yon meet Us in Oui  saiil Legislature, or Parliament of the said  Province .it Our City of Victoiia, for the dispatch  of business, to treat, do, act and conclude, upon  those things which, in Our Legislature of the  Province of British Columbia, by the common  council of Our said Province may", by the favour  of God be ordained.  In testimony whereof, We have caused these  Our letters to be made patent, and the Great Seal  of the said Provii-e to be hereunto affixed.  Witness, the Honourable Sir Henri Gustavo  J* ly tie I.otbiniere, K. O. M. G., Lieutenaut-Gov-  ciior of Our .said Piovince of British Columbia,  in Om City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this  sixteenth day of June, in the voir of Our Lord  one thousand nine hundred and three, and in the  third year of Our reign.    My command.  R. F. GRUEN,  Provincial Secretary,  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM  (Adopted at Revelstoke, Sept. 13th, 1602.)  1, That this convention reaffirms the  policy of the party in.matters of provincial roads and trails; the ownership and  control of railways and the development  of the agricultural resourceaof the province as laid down in the platform adopted in October, 1899, which is aa follows:  "To actively aid in the construction of ���.  trails throughout the undeveloped portions of the province and tlie btiildinfcbf  provincial trunk roads of public news-  sitf*. .,���.';������.  ���"'To adopt tlie principles of govern--  ment ownership of railways in so far as  the circumstances of the "province 'will  admit, and the adoption of the principle  that no bonus should be (-ranted to any  railway company which does not give  the government of the province control  of rales over lines bonused, together  with the option of purchase.  "To actively ai-sist by state aid in the  development of the agricultural resouces  of the province.  2. That in the meantime and until  the railwav policy above set forth fan  be accomplished, a general railway act  be passed, giving freedom to construct  railways under certain approved regiila-  lions, analogous to the system that has  resulted in such extensive railwav construction in the United States, with' so  ranch advantage to trade and commerce.  3. That to encourage the mining industry, the taxation of metalliferous  mines should be on the basis of a percentage on the 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 are*  hereafter (o be disposed of should be re-  cerved from sale or lease, so that state-  owned mini's may be easily accessible, it  their operation becomes ne'eessary or advisable.  6. That in pulp land leases provision  ���hould be made for reforesting and that  .fteps should he taken for the general  1 reservation of forests by truardlng  Biainst the'wasteful destruction of tini-  ner.  .  ���   ������ ���  7. That the legislature and govern-1!  liientof the province should persevere  in the effort to secure the exclusion of  Asiatic labor.  8. That the matter of better terms in;  tlie way of subsidy and appropriations  for the province should be vigorously  pressedupon the Dominion government.  0. That the silver-lead, industries'-jof  the province be fostered and encouraged  by the imposition of increased customs:  duties on lead and lead products imported into Canada, and that the Conservative members of the Dominion House be  urged to support any measure introduced .'  for such a purpose.  10. That as industrial disputes almost  invariably result in great loss and injury  both to the parties directly concerned  and to the public, legislation should be  passed to provide means for an amica'ble  adjustment of such disputes between  employers and employees. . .  11. "That it is advisable to foster thp  manufacture of the raw products of thfe  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-Bound-  ary division is made up ot Ihe following  provincial election districts: Revelstoke,  Columbia, Fernie, Cranbrook, Ymir,  Kaslo, Slocan, Grand Forks, Greenwood,  the city of Rossland, and the citv of  Nelson. At the same meeting the* fol-  lowini? resolutions were adopted:  1. That conventions for nominating  candidates for members,of the legislative assembly be made up of delegates  chosen as follows :  (a). In city electoral districts, one  delegate for every fifty and fraction of  fifty votes polled at the provincial election held in 1900, 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.  (b) In other electoral districts, one  delegate for every fifty or fraction of fifty  votes polled at the provincial election  held in 1900, 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 intr wards. At such  public meetings only those who pledge  themselves to vote for the cannidate 01  candidates selected at the nomination  shall be entitled to vote for delegates.  3. Two weeks' notice shall be Eiven of  the public meetings at which, delegates  are to be elected, and nominating conventions shall be held 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  madeat a designated central place in  each electoral district, and on the same  day.  4. - All notices of the date of public  ini-clinga lor the election of delegates  to nominating conventions, the apportionment of delegates, unci the place and  date of nominating conventi'ns in the  several electoral districts shall be prepared by tlie 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  he held   nt    Vancouver  within   a  month, and the date for holdin-: district  iioiuiiiatim; conventions  will    then  be  JOHN HOUSTON.  Pres. Prov. Association.  Nelson, June 8, 1903.  rixed  .MINERAL ACT.  Certikicatu of Improvements.  Notice.  "Gipsy" Mineral Claim, situnte in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yule District.  Where locnted'in Greenwood Camp.  TAKK NOTICK tlint I. Isaac It. Hallett as  acent forjohn Mulligan, Krt-e Miner's Certificate  No IIS0173, intend, sixty days from date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Kecorder for a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 13th day of July. A. I). 1903.  I. II. HAI.LKTT.  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 yeat ?  :;���';  * I  y.%  m  ������pi;  m  ;,���������:�����' '  1  :*&  ������*$  m  ���:5S'     '  'M>'  i!  ' i -S'i$}Y  .;!J:;||:,;  t;i^;��i  <.t-'i'-.-.ia&  mm  :^i;��  ~'i 'Isit  ::yt:.|3i.St|  ������������I $ ;ihf:S<X!i  ��� .rlpftm.  vVvjy;'<i'affi  ���      -'? <V*.iStS  ': if 18  y (it'iYyM  m '���  i,\.-iy.&>m  vi-..:.(*.V  >V-A'i!  Ff;ili  m  W  ;!*te��  It  r,.p  "��� I  J**"-    -_-,.���....   ,.������������ nil tr.T.^,re~   F,���11m,���. ��� ��� ...L....-, ���- �������-��� ��������� ft�����-TTF--n-���T���" "������ -��-���-��� T��� ly-v-"- -������f-i ���-������1������!���.        .r���*:; ��    f* -J"* -; �����������-'    ������ v ��� i����� ������ j���1���F-f���-j"*"- t rrr ���������:...<�������� ���-���-���-�����������- ���������"��� ���_���*-������"   ""   '"���������"��� rnri-1 ^<*���f^*K���^  ���     ��      ���> -���    1  *��� -     .  ji-     -       ���'.������*���.-���>    *      ���**���.. j      -,     1     ;���>>('-<> i-b-t     '        1. \ 1 ���  r-f      i-H^.f   ���(-�� ,s-' H'i'' -  . *"    '     *.���-������."������.  ���"**   it 1.    1   '  ���   "��� '"      "���     *        ������ -      ��� 1    "���-'���I     ,r>.   ��i"i"l,-(       ',.     ,     ~   "-i   ,��   ���   1 ���  ���t    ���/   -      1      u     if   v'V       �����      '"*���.�� 4  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  I  I  ���a  IS  '4  if  w  If S^'i  BRIEF NEWS NOTES  HATTERS OF GENERA L. INTEREST  TO   PHD3JM-!    ANS  instant, when the  ' Union will cele-  Dr. Mathison, Dentist  Mayor Rumberger went to Spokane  last Saturday for a few days,  Dr. G. S. Gordon expects to resume  his residence here next week.  Mrs. Walter B. Cochrane and ljttle  daughter went down to Grand Forks  last Monday.  Miss Gaw ot Grand Fork*, is spending a week with Mrs. J. T. Williamson  Brooklyn avenue.  Gold Commissioner McMynn, of  Greenwood, was a visitor in the city  Monday evening.  Contractor Munro has the Miller  and Hewson residences well on to-,  wards' completion.  The government has set aside $500  for the rebuilding of the Bridge street  bridge at Grand Forks.  Greenwood is preparing for a big  time on the  19th  Geeenwood  Miners1  brate its anniversary.  ' Chas. A. DesBrisay, who handles  the right of way funds for James J. Hill  in these parts, spent last Sunday in the  city.    He came on business.  Work on the foundations of the  new Catholic church, to be erected on  Gospel Hill, was started this week. The  lumber is expected daily from Cascade.  Owing to being absent at the coast,  ' Dr. Mathison, dentist, will  be at his  offiqe, bank block, this month a little  later than usual, from August 15th to|  18&.  * '/Foreman Dermody, of the Granby  mines, returned Tuesday from Med-  "ic'a�� Lake, near Spokane, and reports  'that, his little child is improving in  health.  . Mrs. H. A. McAlpin, wife of the  C'T. R. operator here, arrived this  week from Shuswap, with her child.  They will keep house above the station.  At a meeting of the directors of the  Grand Forks Investment and Trust  Co., held last week, W. L. Germaine,  formerly of Phoenix, was appointed  manager.  /A. Erskine Smith, better known as  ' "Coolgardie"   Smith, is reported to  ��� have   gone to Johannesburg,  South  Africa, to accept a position with a  mining company.  Cecil Martin, son ot J. L. Martin,  started for Spokane Wednesday on his  wheel, expecting to make the distance  in two days. He will stay in Spokane  for a time.  Greenwood's city council has decided to appropriate $2.*; toward a  write-up in the B. C. Mining Record.  The .Grand Forks city council postponed action on a similar proposition.  Tuesday evening's stage that connects"; with the Great Northern at  Grand Forks, brought up ten passengers,1 requiring two vehicles. J. F.  Rdyer, the proprietory says_he���;has_no_  complaint at the travel.  .One of the b' st pieces of road making ever done in the Boundary is that  finished last Monday between Phoenix  and * Greenwood by road Foreman  Findlay.   The road was  never in as  , good . condition as it is today. Mr.  Findlay is- now working with his ten  men on the Phoenix-Grand Forks road,  .- near'Hartford Junction.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, postoffice blk.  Cotton ra��s wanted at the Pioneer  office. Highest price paid. Bring  em along arid get your money.  Church Services  Tomorrow.  THE MASTER MECHANIC'S rURK  TAK SOAP lienls aud ��ofteiis the "kin. while  promptly cleansing it of greate, oil, rust, etc.  Invaluable-for mechanics, fartuera, sportsmen.  Free Sample ou receipt of jc for postage. Albert  Toilet Soap Co., Mfra, Montreal.  EASTERNTOWNSHIPSBANK  Capital Authorized, -  < apital l'aitl up, - -  Reserve Fund, -   - "'���  $3,000,000 00  2,310,075.00  1,318,442.60  HEAD 0KKIC8, SHKBROOKK, QUB.  William Fabwell, President..  Jamks Mackisnon, Gen. Manager.  8. F. Morkv, Intipector.  f REMITTANCES  May bo nnule to all parte of  America, England,'.' Ireland,  Si-otlond,  .. ��� Europu and Asia  By nieariH of thi* drafts issued hy this  Hank directly, on agent", in those countries. .* ���  Cheapest, Safest and Most Convenient  way of Blinding money.  At Points in Kukopb  Where there are no banking facilities we  ran mAke remittances direct to payee  for which we have special arrange-  mentK: Tranbfkb ok Fundb by wire  or cable made when desired.  Si'Kciax Akentu in China and Japan.  The Hong Konz and Shanghai Banking  Corporation.  Cheques will also be furnished at short  noticeoD any part of tlie world where  banking facilities are available.  Savings Branch Department.  Deposits received, from One Dollar and  upward*}.   Interest allowed from date of  deposit and compounded annually.  I ��� :���:������������    . '.���*'���.  General Banking -and Loan Busimebb.  Collections made promptly.. Letters  of credit issued. >"...  Your 'businessis ^solicited 'and Will  al wave receive careful and courteous- attention.  N. H. SUCK, Actim Mantfer  Phoeql** Irineh.  Catholic ��� Mass will he held tomorrow at 10 a. m., evening service at  7.30 p. m.  Church of England Services���Holy  Communion each Sunday at 8 a. m.,  Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.;  first Sunday in each month Holy  Communion also at midday. All seats  free.    E. P. Flewelling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at n a. in. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Midweek meeting  Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Rev. V. M.  Purdy, B. A., pastor,    y  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. m. at Hardy-McKenzie hall, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sun  day School at 2.30 p. m. * A hearty in  vitation   is   extended to all.    Thos  Green, B. A., pastor.  WE  STILL BUY  ANYTHING'THAT  COM KS ALONG AT THE    ��2g   ��,��  Granby Exchange  It is  impossible to enumerate    the  goods we have for sale ro wo say that  WE SELL EVERYTHING.  GRAND. FORKS  ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  PHOENIX, B. C,  For Sale or Rent.  Completely Furnishod,  y Centrally Located and a  Good Stand for  The Right Man.  Apply to  MULLIN BROS.,  Phoknix, 15. C.  let (le Stolon  Some of the choice Watches which  I. "now have in Btoelc. It is well  worth your while to examine, them,  whether you wii>h lo get one now or  in the future. We have nood timekeepers���Elgin make��� that we ran  sell you as low as !j8. Not much in  it. for us, hut that's your advantage.  Of course we have fine chronometers  also.   Drop in and see them.  Q. E. DEY,  The Jeweler, Knob Hill Ave.  Official  C.P.R. Time  Inspector.  Notice is hereby given, that 1 nhn!l on Moiulav,  thcjM <i��y i'f August, A II., 1903, ut tlie liimr i��t  mo'clockiu tlie forenoon, ut the Con I House in  Growl Porks, hold a Com I of Kcvin'mi of the  Register of Voters to be ]>rr|mr��l |1V me mulct  the provisions of the "Knllstributioti Art, 19 1."  niul of the "1'rovhi. 'al KUctloi-x Act."  Dated utKrnii-i l'uiks, K t\, the 251I1 day of  June, 1903. .    '  S. K. ALMOND  Collector of Vutts.  Grand Porks,   Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE  J. V. KOV.KK, ������!������'!  LINE.  :       Proprietor.  1'et-lu-ilnr lime 1st, leuve ISr-wi* wood at 6 n.iu.  nnil l'hoenix ut 7:3011,111:nilve nt tlrniul Forks  10:30 n. in., leave Grand Park* 3:45 >>��� m..��rt'ivt>u  ut I'hoenlx 7 j>; 111., mul ('reemvoixl nt 8, p.m.  I ounce*.-* Ixilh way* with (".rent Norlhern tri'lns.  H��re���Grmul Vorks to I'ltocnix, $i fto; Phoenix  to Greenwood, 50c; (ireemvood to I'hoenlx, $1.00  Urcewood toOinml VoikH, }3. (mice In Green-  wood, tit Northern Telegraph office. In I'hoenlx, McKue Bros. Kt Smith. In tlrnnd Korku,  (it. Norther offices. For express rules, Inquire  at eitner oTice.  ffli TOMttlKTi DISTRICT.  Notice of Date of Public Meetings for the  Election of Delegates to the Nominating  Convention.  Supporters of the t.ibenil-'*onservutive putty  will hold public ntt-.tihe.s nt (he following ummd  places in lirand Forks election district on Tlnira-  iluy, Antjiist 13 iy'3, ut S:3oo'cluck p. 111., for  ihe  Inirpose uf ekctiiiv. ilcleKUtes to u conveutioit to  >c held ut ('rami forks, in the rooms cf the  Grand Korks I.ibcnil- ouservutlve AKSocititton,  ou Sutiirdny, .tusiist 15th, ly.vj, tit S.30 o'clock,  p. ill.:  No DeleKiitis  to lie clecteil.  Grand I'orks 6  l'hoenix , 4  Columbia 3  Cascade .,..,....1  Gladstone , 1  The delegates to the convention will uomiunte  a candidate for the leglslulive assembly to contest uinnd I'orks cleclion dlslili't ill the interest  of the l.iheral-t'onservntivc purty.  The clialrmnu 11ml siCrctury of the public  iiUTlitigs shall issue credeutiitls to the delegates  dieted. JOHN* ilOlTSTOX.  I'restdent uf the Libeul-Coiikcrvutive Union of  llrltl'liColumbiit.  Dated lit liruuil I'orks, July ijth, iijnj,  "Such a  Headache"  Our Ileatiaeho Powders will quickly,  ���gently ami safely cure you, no  mutter how violent the Headache.  NoihiuK injurious in them. 12,25c  BOYLE,  The Druggist.  ' l'honc 16  Hoipltal Doaattou.  List of Donations received since Jan.  let, 1903, to the Phoenix General Hos-  pitalVy '..;.'.;������  One Dozen Shirts Mrs. Griffin  Carpet, bed and blankets for private ward; chickens and provisions ...Mrs. Macy  A quantity of Jam...Mrs. Matheson, Greenwood  Books and Preserves.....'..........;,.......... Mrs. Rees  A quantity of Preserves Mrs. Boyle  A Case of .Whisky :.. ...Mr. Astley  Oash, $5..t........... _ .....A Friend  Cash,f50.'..... ;.;.....;.. A Friend  Surgical Dressings A. P. McKenzie  Bedding....... ;.: .;'......Wm. Yolen Williams  Barrister Pees.::..:..".;...'.:...; W.B.Cochrane  Much-needed Swing Spjint..'.....:.......Mr.Delahay  Hooks arid Eggs ...;...;.....;.'...'...;.Mrs. Willcox  Two Dozen Pillow Slips and One Dozen Towels  ��� -,���',* ' '���'���'���'.������'. ���''.'���Mr.-Macy  Cash, $20..................... ...���..;;...;...; .A'Friend  Books..;............ .......:_...-.._..... Mrs. Willcox  Papers aud Magazines,'......McRae Bros & smith  Eight small Want Tables and Wicker Easy Chair  *"���;.������   .       ���.���'.   ,.'.'';,',���   .'":���..���:. A^riend  Provisions.......... ...;...:i;V;.'...��;.^;-.;Mrs: Macy  Clothing... .........i:....Friends  SUbscriptibui for seven Magsiines, A. L. White,  -,��',;   ".    "'..'-.;'   ���."   '  NewYorkCity  Easter T*irkey.v...;...;;;..i:.;............. W. S Macy  Cash, $50; EasternfTownships Bank,Sherbrooke  Cash, $150.00,.. Lord Strathcona  Cash,$s.....v........;:....;.'.;'......:��.."..',.....;;;....'.'.A Friend  Twenty-five dollar (8-day) Clock.. Geo. E. Dey  A quantity of Provisions ;.........W. S. Macy.  A quantity of Mannalade._.........W. t,. Germaine  Pot Plants.........D. McPberson and C. Henderson  Eggs............ ;....;...... ......-A Friend  Cash Jioo......... _Mr. and Mrs. S. H. C. Miner  25 h. p. boiler for Steam Heating......Granby Co.  Two Cords of Wood.... ....................A Friend  Sawing Three Cords of Wood A Friend  Strawberries ~ Marshall &Shea  Meats,....: -..:. Era. W. S. Macy  W; ZIMMERMAN  �� THE JEWELER ^  HAS, REMOVED TO  ���^Dominion Ave.  Adjoining the Hardy-McKenzie Block  He will he pleased to see  All his old patrons, and many     <  New oneB at the  NEW LOCATION.  : City ��� ��� ���..������"������ ���  I Transfer,!  Dry Wood fdr sale.  W. It DOCKSTEADER,:  ? Kesldence and Stables at foot of   ,      ��  T Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B C. a  J   P.O. Box-160. 'PhoneNo  <o.  J  ���������������.-���������������������������������������������������������a  WHEN IN NELSON  Stop at 'i'mc lloii:i.  PHAie  ' The New M.-inager, H.TOM KINS,  has made it the Leading Hotel ol the  Kootenays. i  TacKle  It is ^cttiii"' time to  tacklt  'tlic finny tribe*.     l'efore yoi  start out be sure you call at  our store and  examine cur  ���complete line of these <*ocK<f*.  We have .Fishing Kods, of  all kinds ; lines that will  hold the biggest offish; singers, hooks and everything  ui'eded by the disciples ol  the lainous Isaac \Valtou.  Our prices are right, as  well as the goods, and wt  invite vou to call when yoi*  get the fishing fever.  hinuiiii  K.S'bll Illl.l. AVK���  I'HOKNIX, li ('.  FIRE Insurance.  .M.hO  Life, Accident  and Health.  Real Estate, Mines  and Stocks.  II-itiBi-w, Hooiiih, Cahlns and Stoii'H  For Unit nt all nrii'i-t*. Deeds'nnd'  IiiH-iinit'iits   Hi-ioiilcd.   Money to  Loan.  ED. H. MORTIMER,  Uen'l ;Vnt.nii [>.0. ��..x}J��. l'hoenix, B.C  Hotel  't'\ 4'h anil 5ili IIiioim  Spokt'xinan-Itcview  liiiildiii*:,  SPOKANE.  Tlu* lliic.'-l   fitniily  hotel in "t 11 ��� ��� (thy.  A'iih or .without liimrd. 1'i'iruHiiinderatit',  SUTHERtANO �� DART,  ri'o|ii'ii'lorii.  ALBERTGROllX,  I  Practical  Hor-iejhoelng, Blacksmithin->,  f       1'O.MINION Avk., I'iiokmx. It I*.  ��� ��� �� ��� ��� ��� ��������� 4.44. ^.t^ ������������ ++++������>  THOS. BROWN,  -DEALER IN���  Men's Wear Exclusively,  160ACREFARM  For Sale.  Choice location hear Curlew, on the  American side. 80 acres fenced, 35 acres  in oata,'which will pay hall of purchase  price when cut. Team, wacon, harness,  good log house and barn.  Everything in shape so that you can  call it HOME���and at a real bargain.'  Full particulars cf thiB snap can be  had by'applving to  E. H. MOKTIMEK, -  i       Phoenix, B. C.  Invites every man in Phoenix to give  him a call and examine goods. ....  Dominion Aye.  c.  Hardy-McKeiuie Blk.,  ��^_PHOENIX, B  Black's Hotels   Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, li. C.  ���JETtE? PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Journal,  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on Boundary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $2 bill for year's trial  to Pioneer Pub. Co., Phoenix, B. C.  w  w  r-H  r���i  a  a  03  CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  SHOES AND DIES  0 For Best Results  J  j Air Compressors    :     Rock Drills \  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE^  QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD  VANCOUVER, B.C.  AND  t  i  G.W. RUMBERGER  Real Estate and  Mines. ��� ���,  Houses To'Rent^and^For Sale in all parts of the city.  & W. RUMBERGER,  Dominion  /(vtnuc.  TeUphont No. 28.  (KK>000<KKHKH)  PHOENIX, B. C.  As this is oat LAST MONTH for doing  business in Phoenix,  eafe  Offerln  K of  erchandise  reater  striae ever  Personal visit is absolutely necessary in order to reap the full  benefit of this the greatest that has ever been held in Phoenix  Boots and Shoes,  Hats and Caps,  Gent's Furnishings,  Shirts '& Underwear,  Staple and Fancy  Dry Goods,  House Furnishings,  DOMINION AVENUE.  PHOENIX, B. C.  SSSSBSraBW^^

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