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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 19, 1904

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 _7j_j  V��    *  Boundary Mines Produced $10,000,000 in  value within four years  % ���  - r.  Phoenix is the Centre  and>: Leading Mining  .V.Canijp' of Boundary.  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL*  - '������"."  Devoted to thc Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol. V,  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBLA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1904.  No. 41  |gi^^__l__^il_i_l__i  Special Sale of  Dress Goods  Positively 1 ho very latest and newest creations  'a* we Jinv ihe best and. cater to the-mnit fastidious,  lieloiv aie soin-j of our (.flTeiings.  60c'.Voiles,: colors, champagne and Blue,  sale pi ice .... .......  7'5'c (iienadecn, 'colors, blue and black sale  price.;........'..   75c   Canvas   Cloth,   color,    brown,  sale  piice;......:........  55c Crepe de'Chine, color, navy blue,'sale  ��� price..;...'.'.. A.'...'"....  ; 75c Brilliaiitiiie, colors, black and white,  :.. sale price.   .   75c Mohair,' colors,    black    and   white/  sale ptice.' .. .........  $1.00 I leiuieita"!, eolms, pink, blue  'and while, sale -pi ice.'..  $1.00 Serges,'color'.-black,   sale  sale price. '...'.;.  75c Loiidou Coid,  something  new,   light   /^C\  ,and sumtneiy, rolor black, sale price.. OVsCv  Ladies' St.aw Hals, $1.25, $1 & 75c values __T/"\ _  a good assortment to select from, price Ov/C*  Lisle 'I bread f lose, regular selling  piice $1.00, going at...  Look over our Oiiuiital VHlenrienneg, Torchon anil  Silk Litre", ins-'i-thin io mutch. '  Jim ai lived, :u> ti-po'ttnent of 111. lati-sl in Oriental  ilei-iyns of Cullurs iitnl Cnffo. We have a standing order  for thu newest creation, in Ladies' Beltn,Collars AOnffs.  50c.  55c.  60c.  60c.  50c.  50c.  75c&50c.  75c & 50c.  ALL DEPENDS  ON WEATHER  Whether  Trains   Run  Winter.  this  ON THE NEW RAILWAY TO PHOENIX  So Sal. LB. SMeMs, Heed Colraclor-BrW.e  Work Hat Be|.o, aid Track laylaf Starts  '���   Saoa.  65c a pr.  >t$$r$$*$$^t_)gr$t$^��6tf��$��t$$^��  To Eat!  Is a Petptesing  ^   Question  Tfiis Weather  Let us help you out. Its our business to cater to  the wants of your appetite. Our stock of "Ready to  Eat" groceries never was larger or better in the history  of this s'oi-e. These are a few of the things1 that help  you out in the eating cjuestion with a nijpjmum cost:  HAM, TURKEY, DUCK, CHICKRN,  VEAL, PIGS' FEET, DRIED BEEF,  CRABS, LOBSTERS, SHRIMPS,  LIME JUICE, ROOT BEER,  LEMONADE, PINEAPPLE JUICE,  *    CATSUPS, SAUCES and PICKLES  0/ all kinds.  Oranges,     tempos.     Peaches,  Cherries^ Etc.  We are making every effort to please you and give  you value for your money. Will you encourage us by  giving us a share of your trade? '       *  iverythlng fa H#rcfware.  L. E. Shields; of the firm of Seims,  Shields & Co., of St Paul, was in the  city Thursday, this firm is the' head  contracting, concern for all Great  Northern extensions, and Mr. ��� Shields  stated that in two or three weeks more  the 70 mile Kalispell cut-of in Montana would be completed and ballasted,  the steel being already laid. Consequently, Mr. Shields would now. be on  this Boundary work oftener."'  Speaking of the new line now being  constructed from Grand Forks to Phoenix, Mr. Shields.thought that the trains  would be running into Phoenix f this  winter, if deep snow did not come too  early and delay the ballasting. At the  present time the work ;all along the  line is in a most advanced condition,  and is progressing at a good rate."Some  1,450 men are employed, but a few  more could be used to advantage at  different points.  Porter Bros., who have a contract  for the bridge and trestle work, and  will also lay the steel, have started on  the bridge work on the Granby smelter spur, there being an goo foot bridge  over the CP.R. m Columbia and a  three span bridge over the North Fork  of the Kettle river and the CP.R. together. The grading on thisT spiir is  is pretty well completed, and the laying of the steel will commence in a  couple of weeks probably, so that the  smelter can be reached as soon as possible.  Burns & Jordan are pushing their  work in and around Phoenix in good  shape, much to the satisfaction of Mr.  Shields, and another couple of months  should see them pretty well 'cleaned  up, with the ezception of some of the  heavy rock work.   ���  The work on the 16 mile extension  from Curlew to Midway, being largely  easy construction, is nearly finished  now, but the rails may not be laid on  that section till next year, it depending  somewhat on the results of the present  work of the engineers, who are working beyond Midway, as to the grades  they secure. {(segrns quite likely that  the line will he extended to Greenwood next year,  One. Paris Sac* Meet.  The programmes are out for'the  third annual race meet of Grand Forks  Driving Park and Athletic Association,  which commences next week Thursday.  On the first day there will be six running races, tlie second day five races,  and the consolation races will be held  the last day, Saturday.   Some of the  best strings of horses in the northwest  are said to, have been entered for the  meet, and it promises to the mosf successful yet held.   The fact that it is  being held at the time of the Grand  Forks Street Carnival will doubtless  tend to swell the crowds that will attend from all over the Kootenays and  Boundary.   There will be special rates  available on all the railway centering  at Grand Forks.    ,,.  A good deal of interest is being  taken in these races on the outside.  Three horses are coming from Rossland, and at least 20 from Spokane.  Five runners ar. on the way from  Portland. A horse from Camborne  will run a match race, $200 a side,  with a horse from Trail, and there will  be eight entries for the Grand Forks  derby.  BELL BOUND  Annie Allen's Murderer Now  in Nelson Jail.  Mining Notes  VERDICT OF   THE COBONEK'S JllR.  Eiki.ttlve Tesilmoay Taken at Ike Prtlln-  tatry EmbiIbiiUb���Defeaded fcy A.M.  WhitetMe, ot.rtearwoo..  laprarlag Km** HIM Aveaae.  This week work _��as started on the  improvement of the western end of  Knob Hill avenue',' the improvement  to consist of taking'out the rock which  was left there three years ago when the  street was graded.' It is estimated that  there are about 1,500 yords of this  rock, and that it will give employment  to half a dozen men for five or six  weeks,  Arrangements were made with the  Granby Co. for the use of compressed  air, and the No. 4 tunnel air line has  been tapped for (hat purpose. The  Granby Co. furnishes the power, drills  and rails, and Burns & Jordan furnished two cars with brakes. The  waste rock will be used for the extension of -Knob* Hift avenue, in front  of the schoolhouse, as far as it will go,  and the entire work will cost probably  upwards of $1,000, and be a decided  improvement to the street.  Ad ExcIUpi Experience.  Tuesday morning George H.Collins,  superintendent of the Brooklyn group,  had an experience that he does not  care to repeat, the cause being the engineer getting rattled. M r. Collins  had been down thc shaft and was in  the bucket coining up. The engineer  at the hoist, Chris Jensen, lost his head  and instead of stopping at the collar of  the shaft, the bucket continued up to  tho head works, when it arrived there  Mr.Collins made a jump for the head  works and hung on, eutting one hand  somewhat. He did not wish to take  any chances on the steel rope  breaking under the strain and letting  him fall to the bottom of the 350 foot  shaft. It is hardly necessary to state  that Jensen is no longer running the  hoist at the Brooklyn.  m��90 For The Hcjperu*.  John Claney and H. Hr Bishop, of  Chicago, have just acquired a large interest in the Hesperus Gold Mines  company, owning the B.tts and Hesperus group, situate on Hardy mountain, four miles from the Granby smelter. In accordance with the terms of  the deal, $40,000 have been appropriated for a plant and development purposes. 'Mining operations will be resumed next week. ��� A tunnel will be  run from a point 1,000 feet above the  Phoenix branch of t,\\o Great Nor*  tr.ern railway, cross-cutting the ore  body and gaining a depth of 500 feet.  The company has authorized President  Charles" McGee, of Chicago, and General Manager T. H. Rea to purchase  the plant. Employment will be given  25 men, and ore shipments will be  commenced early in January.  ?#  f ��*  McBride Sustained In LWooel,  At the by-election held in the provincial constituency of Lillooet last  Tuesday, the government was sustained  by a good majority. With a few small  polling stations to hear from the government candidate, McDonald, was 23  ahead of Stoddart. Both government  and opposition had a number of  workers on the ground during the brief  campaign, and the result is a distinct  victory and endorsement of the government.  With commendable public spirit the  directors of the Eastern Townships  Bank are offitflng five hundred dollars  in prizes and medals to the farmers of  Canada at Sherbrooke Exhibition this  fall for the best exhibits of factory bur-  ter and cheese.  Damage by Forest Fires.  A number of forest fires are doing  considerable damage to the timber of  this section, and for several days this  week the city has beer, full o,f smoke.  Early in the week Tom Roderick, G.  W- Rumbergsr and Archie Aberdeen  made repeated trips to Summit camp,  where a fiie was doing damage to the  timber on the Summit group. At last  reports they had been . successful in  stopping it to a large extent by back  firing, etc. Fires are also raging along  Fourth of July creek and in some other  places. They are all due* more or less,  to the extreme dry season, and are aided by carelessness of rajlway laborers,  campers and engineers.  Special Katea To flrand Forks.  For the Grand Forks Street Carnival and Race Meet, the CP.R. announces that tickets will be issued  from August 24th to 27th, at fare and  one-third for the round trip, good to  return till August 29th.  On Thursday, the 25 th, a special  train will be run from Midway and  Phoenix to Grand Porks, leaving  Phoenix at 8.40 a. 111. A special train  Will also leave Grand Forks for all return points at 12 midnight Saturday.  Excursion tickets will be good on all  regular trains on the above dates.  I_tst Sunday five tickets were sold  for the special   excursion from   Phoe  nix by the Eagles for the picnic, which  I took place that day at Curlew lake.  Dr. Foster the coroner, reassembled  the jury last Saturday morning, in the  case of Annie Allen, who had been  murdered the day previous by Joshua  Bell. The evidence was completed,  and the verdict returned. The witnesses were Annie Swan, in front of  whose house in the red light district  the crime was committed, Hank Allen,  Chas. Gross, Jos. Judge, Murdock Mclntyre and Dr. Gordon, who performed  the autopsy. The verdict was substantially as follows:  "We, the undersigned members of  the jury, empannelled to inquire into  the cause of the death of one Annie  Allen, do hereby find that" deceased  came to her death by a knife wound  inflicted by one Joshua Bell, ��� ' i  J. E, W. Thompson,  Foreman.  James Marshall,  C. H. Reeves,  Issac Crawford,  E. P. Shea,  Charles Bonter."  The funeral of the Allen woman  took place Sunday afternoon from the  undertaking rooms .of Clark & Binns.  As it passed the jail, on the way to the  city cemetry, Bell was allowed to. see  the funeral procession, and it is said  -that he wept.y        '��� ..-��� ._���':.,_,;.���,'.-':..-:-.-A--  The jury also recommended that all  parties found habiting houses of ill  fame without visible means of support  be placed under arrest at once and  summarily dealt with by the police department.  Preliminary Examination oi Bell.  Saturday afternoon Joshua Bell, the  murderer, was brought up before  Police Magistrate Williams for his preliminary examination., Chief Flood  had��found the knife with which the  deed had been committed, only three  feet from where the Allen woman was  murdered.  Bell was defended by Arthur M.  Whiteside, barrister, of Greenwood,  but as the hour was late the case was  adjourned till Manday morning. On  Monday the examination of the wit-  messes was completed, most exhaustive  testimony being taken! and Bell was  bound over for trial at the assizes,  which will be held in Greenwood  October 17th. He was taken to Nelson the same day by Chief Flood for  safe keeping.  Something of Bell's Record.  The Rossland Miner thus tells  something of Bell's record;  In Rossland Bell achieved a reputation for having an ugly temper. He  was described by acqnaintanccsas quiet  enough ordinarily but possessed of a  develish temper, quite uncontrollable  when aroused.  Prior to coming to Rossland, ��� Bell  lived for a time in Northport. Previously he had done time in an  American penitentiary. In Northport  he attacked and administered a frightful beating to "Jud," the colored man  who formerly lived in Rossland. To  avoid the consequence of this act Bell  came to Rossland, and was followed  soon after by his wife.  On one occasion Bell got into an  altercation with a white man at the  Clifton saloon, the whtte man being  the aggressor. Finally Bell flashed a  razor and stood his attackers at bay.  Sergant Williams, of the police -force,  was close at hand and. entered die  saloon. The razor incident was recounted to him and he searched Bell,  bet failed to locate the weapon, which  the colored man had secreted with  marvelous rapidity and security. On  another occasion he beat his wife badly, and it was at this juncture that he  left for Grand Forks.  , It is said that some of the Boundary  smelters are not getting coke as freely  as they would like.  Several cars of lumber from Danville, Wash., are being received by the  Brooklyn for the new ore bins, etc.  A force of about 115 men is now  employed at the Mother Lode mine,  and work on the foundations for the  new ore crusher is being pushed as  fast as possible.  Peter Swanson and Geoc Crowse  have been taken into parteneship by H.  H. Huff and Murdoch McLeod in the  Blue Jacket and Horse Shoe claims in  Central camp, for doing a certain  amount of development work.  On the Hope NaT 2, in Skylark  camp, which was bonded last week  from Robert Donegan by P. ']. Der-  mody and J. A. Russell, ground sluicing has exposed the ledge, which is  the same as that of the Silver Cloud  and Siver King.  PHILADELPHIA^  IN PHOENIX  Granby Shareholder Is Enthusiastic.  AMAZE*. LIKE 0T11EIS, AT ORE BODIES  Dr. Vaa Ban Makes His First Visit to tbe  HMMfery���Also latere*!*, la Some Slo-  earn Properties. ly  LABOR DAY PICNIC.  fleaefit ���/Wm. Hall Will Be a Big Crest.���  Ball la Eveaiag.  Committees of the Phoenix Trades  and Labor Council are working hard  to make the Labor Day picnic, for the  benefit of William Hall, who was  buried in the Knob Hill mine, and  lost a leg as a result, a big success. J.  F. McDougall will be marshal of the  day, and will head the parade of labor  organizations with which the festivities  will be started;  This fourth annual celebration will  be in the form of a picnic, which will  be held in the New York townsite  park, adjoiningthe city, where a good  time generally will be had. There will  e.a free dancing pavilicn at ihe picnic grpjjnds, and band music will be  furnfshed. Opportunity will be given  to take part in athletic sports of all  kinds, including glove contests by several local people. In the evening  there will' be a ball at Miners' Union  hall. The ladies are also taking a  great deal of interest in the picnic, and  arranging to take care of the booths  and refreshment tables.  Latest Prices Id Metals.  New York���Copper, electrolytic, $12.-  50@$12.62;_; luke,'$12.02'_  Bar Silver, 57,*_  Lead, H20-  Alterations in the Cottage hotel have  been made this week, the building having been leased by M. H. Kane to  Tom Pickardt, formerly of Greenwood.  C. M. Campbell, M. E., a graduate  of McGill, arrived this week, and accepted a position in the , engineering  and surveying department of the Granby mines.  No announcement has yet been  made as to the definite location of the  V., V. _. E. station here although several sites are spoken of by the engineers.  Chas. D. Hunter, D. B. Morkill,  Hugh McDonald and George R.Mead  and others have been spending several  days this week fishing and hunting at  Christina lake.  Thursday's baseball game between  the juniors of Greenwood and Phoenix at the former place, resulted in a  victory for the Phoenix youngsters by  a score of 17 to 16.  William Hunter came over from the  Slocan this week to visit his store here.  Mr. Hunter is working two groups of  claims in the Slocan with considerable  success, the Comstock and Rouse  groups having about 15 men employed.  He was much pleased at the improvement in Phoenix.  Dr. William W. Van Baun, of Philadelphia. Was a visitor in Phoenix this  week, accompanied by Jay P. Graves,  manager, and A. B. \V. Hodges, superintendent," of the Granby Co. Mrs.  Graves was also of the party, which  spent two days.here.  Dr. Van Baun is a shareholder in  the Granby'Co., but this is, his first  trip to British Columbia. After going  through the mines of the company, as  well as over the smelter at Grand Forks,  the doctor was at a loss for words to  express his satisfaction with what he  saw. Through being a steady reader  of the Pioneer for nearly five years,  he was pretty well acquainted with  what his- company had been doing  here, but it required a personal inspection, as he put it, for him to realize the magnitude on wnich operations were being conducted by the  Granb Co.  The doctor is one ol those who do  no feel at all discouraged because the  Granby Co. is not yet paying steady  diyidends, and since he has seen the  immense amount of improvements that  have been made in the last year or  two artwth mines and smelter, he is  better satisfied than ever with the outlook for steady returns on his investment, and that at no remote date.  Another British Columbia property  that Dr. Van Baun is interested in is  the Rockland group, on Eight Mile  creek, on Slocan lake. This is the  only gold-copper group in that section  and work was recently started on it.  The doctor will visit the Rockland before his return to the east.  Special Train Tomorrow.  The Phoenix Baseball Club, through  the manager, David Oxley, have arranged to run a special train to Grand  Forks tomorrow, a game to be played  in the Forks in the afternoon. The  train will leave Phoenix at 9.30 a. m.,  and returning will leave Grand Forks at  8 p. m. The game will be called at  2 p. m., the round trip fare having  been placed at $1.30.  The railway engineers have decided  to put three sidetracks in front of the  Granby No. 4 tunnel, and the contractors are now grading to that end.  John McRae and bride returned  from their honeymoon trip Thursday  evening, having visited Nelson, Cranbrook, Spokane and other places.  They are now settling down in their  new home on the New York  townsite.  It is a pocr week now in police  circle when a bunch of Italian railway  laborers does not engage the attention  of the officers. This week was no exception to the rule, one or two of them  reposing for a time in the city calaboose as a result.  H|               BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  W&,       The following table give* thc ore shipments or Boundary  mines lor 1900. for 1901, for KK]  Sifn 100J, lor 1903, and 1004, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Past SHi  1900  1901  iooi  1903  1904  Week 88$  KB9 Granby Mines, Phoenix  64,533 231,762  309,858  393,718  347,000  10,860 M|  f��A Snowshoe,             "  297  1,731  20,800  71,212  flga Brooklyn,              "  150  KB Mother Lode, Deadwood  5,340  99,034  141,326  138,079  115,690  4,192 [js|  Sja Sunset,                 "  > * > ���  802  7,465  15,731  5|jj Morrison,             "  ��� . ��� ���  150  3,339  iBSl B. C. Mine,        Summit  19,494  47,405  14,811  19,365     W R.Bell,  ..,.  560  ffl Emma,                      "  650  8,530  22,937  31,197  1,452  S5B Senator                    '*  363  1,756  jf__n Oro Denoro               "  ��� ��� ��� ���>  ��� ��� ��� ���  ....  15,637  14,498  99  So*  Egg Brey Fogle               "  YM No. 37           222  354  m  |Pej Mountain Rose        "  116  '' Wil  MM Reliance  33  jSwYVinnipeg,   Wellington.  1,076  1,040  785  2,435  SR Golden Crown,       "  2,250  626  ��ffl Athelstan-Jackpot "  f/M King Solomon, W.Copper  1,200  550  ....  5,646  2,968  875     No. 7 Mine, Central .,,.     665  482   Wi\  m  City of Paris,     ��'     2,000     P*tC  Jewel,           Long Lake  Carmi,            West Fork  160  350  890  ::::::|  Providence,   Providence   '.  219  993  476  Elkhorn      400  305  E. P. U and Goldfinch  ....  167  _2*i  Ruby,   Boundary Falls     80  3,230    3,456  99,730 390,000  325  084,461  507.545  515 45L  16,636 fm  Granby Smelter treated,  03,387  330.828  312,340  401,921  375,848  11,757 j  ill'  li-  ��s,  r_��.i  is1  ft  ;  J.?  #���  ll  !  ft  H ,V_j_fejL  fife  &)��<���** v r|?-r  WSw-rVi t'   {f  **_*��* ...$f��  iff&g  ii  Ii$!'i  MB  ?ts*lS  41  S^ *kt5#  . Am  ^ I,��  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  is BLUB EIBBON TEA.   It's a household necessity too, for people who care to have the best tea  possible, and at the most moderate price.  The Red Label seems to be the favorite.  BOILERS  Oui Boilers an? built to work, and lo work undei any pressure  too pounds working pressute ol -.team is our standard, but we will  build them for any pressure dcsited. Our catalog No. 112 ihpws  our usual sizes, and gives 50 pages of useful information, tables,  etc.    Ask our Kossland or Gicenwond Hunch for it.  The Jenckes Machine Co.,Ltd.  Head Office and Works, 135 I.ansdo\uie St.,  Rossland & Gkkknwood. :: SHKKBROOKIi, OUE.  ID. J,  MATHESON  INSURANCE  AGENT.  .FtKE, I-IKE.ACCI  1ENT.  " Ooiuuil��a.lf,ti�� IbrtaLIiiK AITM��,-,iu.  ^"Or'll'lX.  Jj  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal  j     ' PROVINCIAL.  SHOP AT HOME.  Pithy  Eastern   Business  IStOED ON .ATUKDAYS ��V TH*  PIONEER PUBLISHING 00.  at rnoBiriz, *. c.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Remarks  of   __  Moyie now has telphone connections      ...,    ,-,    .,  with Cranbrook. .] he ' "*ldent of an F**�����  ��"d  . ml trade sa>s:  Serine's  first   municipal voters list'    .��'n,..r,.:. ���.             r     ,   ,  , -    , '        'l,cr'-,s i") excuse fori ci in".iwav  contaiued ox names. Ir���.���i            .,                         "      ���  _.   ...       - j from homo.    .Money should be spent  Trail is likely to experience a  water I in the locality  i���   whjch   ft  is  m.lde  famine if the drought continues. J otherwise the giowth and success ofthe  Teleohonti 1 Buslne** office No. 14.  rtiepnonu j M__n,Ktr.f ��_,_de_lce1 No, Is,  IOUCRIPTIONS IX _DVANC>,  ������<rYe��r |t.M  Six Month*  ,,,s  Ifyouarenotaiiubacriber to this piper, thla  I* an invitation to vou to become one.  AdvertUln. rate* lurmahed on application.  Ural notice* 10 and 5 rfjit* per Doe.  Tour weekly insertion* commute one mouth'*  adtertldnr. - '  1904  AUG.  1904  Sua. Ma*. Tut*. Wad.  Tku. Fri.   Sit.  I      2  8 9  15 16  22 23  29 30  3  to  '7  *  31  4  11  18  25  5  12  ��9  26"  6  13  20  27  7  '4  21  28  New Denver is to have an efficient  system of waterworks installed.  The B. C. Telephone Co. has established an exchange at Ladysmith.  Nelson wholesalers now expect still  more favorable rates from the CP.R.  Victoria had the biggest fire in her  history a few days ago, causing a loss  of $200,000.  After a fitful existence the Van-  ! couver Daily Ledger has gone to the  journalistic graveyard.  ���The Kelowna Clarion is a new weekly  that will hereafter tell the wot Id of the  beauty and fruitfulness of Okanogan  lake.  Slocan has the distinction of being  the cheapest governed town in the vyest,  the monthly salary list amounting to  $21.66. , 1  Rossland is to have another daily i  paper, the Conservatives having purchased the old plant of the  Rossland  Evening World.  district is impaired. . The conduct of  those^ people who  buy on  credit in  town and outside for cash cannot be too  strongly condemned.    The  merchants  know what they have to contend  with  in   outside, .competition,  and   consequently mark things down to the  lowest  possible price.,   so  that  if they  cannot obtain cash or its equivalent in  value, they suffer loss.    Be  loyal  to  your own district.  "Assist the merchant so far as lies in  your power to take advantage of every  trade discount by giving him the cash  with which to do so, and you will find  that every effort put forth in   this  way  will redound to your own interests.   Ii  is   true   that the  large departmental  stores may be able to buy cheaper in  larger quantities, but this is offset   by  (he cheaper rentals-and costs of labor  locally.    You will also have the satisfaction of feeling that you  are doing  what you know to be right."  R. B. KERR,  Hahkistik ano Soi.iciiok,  notary puiilic.  1-II0KNI\V_U\  >�� �� CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  ���" �� SHOES AND DIES  (J     RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  GKOl.GE GIBSON  .     SHAVING PAKLOKi     *  ' anu BATHROOM.  Crmeb-WllIkunsDIock.cor  l'lu-tamlOl.Irmim.tr.Ave' I'HOENIX   Ii 0  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. P. ami A'.-JI,  !__��    ��ml TlmiMlM,' or Jac ' l1;. "���    '��  ' Hi.II. aiutri^oii An.I.,,,011 H'|_i  .w.K_.\ini.Ki;i.;|i,  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  Do You  Take  IHE PIONEER  You' should if you don't." It gives thc news  of the Boundary. It works for thc Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.   o  An eight foot pair of shear j is on exhibition at the Sr.Louis Exposition.  How useful they would be to some enterprising editor.   -,-���.,.��. _  - Grand Forks will be* in gala attire  next week, with the Street Carnival  and the race meet.   The Forkers are  B. C MINING J  ��� ��� ��� ~^q  Moyie's payroll this month ' was  $25,000. '  Slocan mines have a large amountof  bounty' money this month.  The "Payne tram from the mill  to the C. P. R. "track has been remodelled. -*     ' '<  , Ore that goes $300 per ton is being  extracted from the Mammoth group in  the Lardeau. l  Forest fires have done fifteen  thou- Rlaces ,he "Slater Shoe" in comparison  The Slater Shoe Booklet.  The Slater Shoe Co., of  Montreal,  have jnst issued'a new booklet entitled  "The Making of a Hero," which  is .1  gem in its way.  This booklet was gotten up by  Messrs. Street & Finny of New York,  who are producing some very clever  work in this-line. The general design  js entirely new and quite different from  anything heretofore yet out by any  Canadian House. It contains a very  c|ever story of strong , human interest,  is handsomely, illustrated by a leading  Amen'can artist and quite worth plac  ing on one's library table.   The writer  STRICTLY BUSINESS j  To say that advertising is fun   does  not mean that it may be done lightly.  Space costs the same (whether wej  fill it with wordy nothings or with  enduring convictions.  Successful, creative effort is always  interesting; advertising touches every  phase of a business..  Advertising is the perennial fountain  of commercial youth. Even an elderly  man does not age as rapidly in a spirited,  youthful, well advertised business. ...  It was a great thing when the Golden  RuleJ-ecame a commercial asset. Men  try to confine it to Sunday and'keep-it  out of business,vbui it puts them out of  business instead. , ... ��� -  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  ���.-J��M)H|  Work.  U <��� '"'Ulil.R  W'.ll.  I'HOKNl.x Akrik  NO. 154.  _'"tl)l_,  0���   ,,,(,,  ���'"jop.iii., ui,,,,.;  l'"i-ii Hull.  VImIIii���   hrtiliru    COIUmlly J11V|,_,|  ^"''������^:^__.:-:_>'.��/t'-..;>i,M;.sw  I- O. O. F.  h-'OWbliui. I.01i.;,^0 <(,  Meet* evtiy Mowiny liirI1|,lt, ���,   ,.     '  AI<K, MilLle. n. (i>  Ofo K. Mkaii. Hcc.'scc'y  ��'m. IMaluiy, |>,r. ,;(���, ^  ^s^  Eor All Purposes.  For mine-, iiif.iilforouti-itlei-ervii'c, fm  J-ttB_rinj_ K.miN. fur couum-iore.   Con-  qiiick deliverv, fnJIv _-r,ai_iiicc.V _,������ .,,��� ve,'u'n, '" '>P''"��H', <jiiit:k mul powi'iful.  with or wi.hoiii teiuler.! ''^ V_ ilVrV-!n'      '* "' "'" *i,UI' of e",,"���  , DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  ri.e.aenff������.s ���l8y I* s^oi, ,��� 8l.tvi(!Jllt tll(( IninU8 ,��� t;|lnl(v 0���r ,,������������ ,x   ,* c  OO-O 000<HX>000-(  You Should Read  ... 1 ��uiu uuuars aima  an enterpnsing lot, any way one looks around ^^  3t it* j    Last week   Rossland's output was  Boundary's   high grade mines are 6,o8�� tons of-orej   making   219,193  sand dollars damages to mining plants j 'v'th Bri*lsh and American  Shoes and  t!K' superority of the Slater is  demon  strated in a very logical way.  now vieing with the immense low  grade producers for drawing attention  to this section. Both are doing good  work in this line. i  Thus far the Japs have spent $xoo,-  000,000 in the war with Russia, and  the latter has doubtless spent more  than that, and yet Port Arthur has a  fresh tumble almost every day.  Parliament has prorogued, and no  appeal to the country has  been made.' "fT"C T* "J  A���la���M������.W   un   n    u    ��f that m��� alon  Aulay Morrison, M.P. P., has returned  to British Columbia and does not look  for the general election this year. Other  politicians seem to think differently.   '  tons to date for the year  The Payne has put in another zinc  separator, the one that was buried in  the Kansas flood a year ago.  The Silver-Lead Association held its  annual meeting in Sandon on Tuesday.  About 50 members attended.  The lead pipe plant, at the Trail  smelter is in operation, turning out  the first piping to be made in Canada.  James Cronm, manager of the St.  E^ene mine. says that the production  ie is at the rate of 20,-  latarrbal Oeafoeu I. Cauiea'.  By a thickening of, the lining membrane of the middle, ear Qwjng to prolonged inflammation 'from ca'tarrhal  germs. The only cure is fragrant healing Catarrho/one one which, is carried  by the air you breathe,to the remotest  parts ofthe throat .and ear; it reaches  the source of the trouble and cures  deafness permanently.    Every sufferer  ^OREGON  Sho^t Line  akd union Heme  ONLY LINK EAST Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Tkains Daily.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading' Weekly  0/ the Boundary.  I.CIUl..  ��� Dully  ���"J?.'" '''"ii''.- Scli__ui_.  '.HTrellv_t��Joir,'M 190J  *.GO p.  This booklet very clearly   describes ^��m  ,imPa,red   hearing   should   use  ���    -     - - ^tarrhozone which has-efifected many  The czar of all the Russians is  more pleased over the arrival of a  son and heir in his family than if his  armies had driven the Japs into the  sea. If the little fellow grows to manhood, he will also be the'heir to all  the troubles of the reigning house of  the Muscovites.  000 tons of pig lead per annum.  A Spokane syndicate has been  organized'to operate coal lands in the  Flathead valley. The syndicate will  incorporate in British Columbia under  the title of the Kootenay Coal Company.  how and why the "Slater Shoe" meets  with the approbation of the different  races throughout the world, and gives  particulars concerning shoes manufac  tured in the different" countries. It is  not only interesting but very instructive. Free by mail to' anyone who  ask s for it.  Almost Every Woman  Is inclined to habitual' constipation  and should use Dr. Hamilton's Pills of  Mandrake and Butternut, which cleanse  the system and regulate the stomach  and bowels. For mild and sure relief  use only Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Price  25c.  wonderful cures. ,You simply breathe  its healing medicated vapor,���very easy  and pleasant. Do this and your hearing will be restored. Catarrhozone  never fails; it is guaranteed. -Two  months' treatment for $1.00 at drue-'  gists. b  Boundary Htlps The Increase.  Hospital Donations  L>t of Donations received .nice Jan.  1st, 1904, lo the Phoenix General'Hospital: .'���-���'  CB_h !-"�� ' '      '"" '' '""'" S- "O"1"'!    "OStOIl  cash j5.���'.;;;: .   , -. A �������<{  ca3f.r;; ������-������������y:a.y:.;:z::^^ \%  ,.',, !��;; Canadian Rmirl Drill Co  fiSisi.��_ ���������_���" i-rz^r-iSTS1.^  H Crate StiH��__rries..._'~_V   "        -       Ktr  Publiblicd in the' Ik-ai t of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  Arrive:   ,.   - . Unily  - -ii�� 1.1. I'ASr MAH.~T�� aml'tr.;;,-  C��*iiril'Alcne��II��lrl.l.KBriii.  ingion Garlitld 1 oirux I'uii.  w11.11.   ��.Mo*c��Wl  *I'o>i>croy  jy."'"'"."I". ''��>loii.W��|lH  nml nil poiii!��>;,,���(. "-''* s _  13�� i. ..I. Kxi'Ki^s-Fo'r r.fe;;iii���i'.v;Ko  Vi';,'^,,',colf"x' '�����''��'��",  ,.���T,'"''-*w,����".''orlliHiil  , (-��! I'rmiiiKco,' Hnl;cr <;|.v  nmlnll |>uiiitK 1JAST.  h��M. linker City, Snu Kr.n-  �����tc.l,ib,!;r��S;.,,,,I,"r*,?,,,��,o'!-:-y'--'-'M��..��.  SHOUT MMCTOCAIJKOKMA.  S,,n '���''"(���isco-I'.jrtl.iiKl Kuill.'.  llcUlsu,. ,.lcut ���l| s.F & .v, .s(���,|o�����.  <**'0. J   MOHrj<K,__.,_ra| Agent.  Km.r(,i<le Ave. KiKikanc. Wauli  The Victoria Co'onist publishes thelcZS-ise*"   ..'I '' ":Z'Z'"''" AJ'Sn  statistics ofthe approximate mineral JSS.HSsp'rea.-,. A.A'YYr; '���'''''**^  '       ' P"'1 _1!!chea _. Ot'cAi CI,a"lfl"!,  production of British Columbia for the\^^^kc:Y^^;^^^    ����fc����!��      W. ti. Macy,  cra.serr.es.; ::::zzv^'w-_.^  first six months  of  the  present  year,  y^SS* ".���.;������.��,-. ~ ,  K ���.,  ti,. �������� i . .      "'   'i,c  present  year,   v.getan'as  .. .,  .      "���_���    7*v,V.  IheRosebery _,nc works will be complied with the minister of mines   SK^erae\-::::::*^*  commenced at once.   The company The figures given __ow      In H ��&l^"' ''���^$ffSZai  onsom   rtrn'MhtS'  ^ m��ney C0Ura^---over the prodlion ^^ ****--��*  on some Rosebcry ranches, and secur- of the previous year, especially in .the  case of silver-lead ores.  the entue Bounda.y shipped 680,000 tons of oie,  nearly every ton oi which was .educed by  . . B01I1ARV SMELTERS  I'hoenix ramp alone shipped 330,000 ,���,,, of oie  last yeai.  "I l'e I'.oi.ee. is pul,:-she<] every Satuiday and  and is sent loan) |,;i,i���i (;an.<|:l ,���  Slates lot  the   United  ed a team and other necessaries in New  Denver.  It is not *urpri*ing that the   people  of Kamloops generally fieem to object   /  >���  to the location of a tubercolosis sani-  I        OLLA   PODRIDA.  tarium in that town.    The great white '���  plague needs all that science can do to  feeep it down, but it* is "not necessary  to select- a -populous" community "jn  which to expeririicnt.  In the United Stales, an inquest is  held on the body politic every four  years. '..'..���'  Moreover thr  production of the last six months of  this year will be considerably in excess  of the first six months. The amalgamation of large concerns in the Boundary district, and the installation of  of several concentrating plants in Ross  Ciu-h.$5.oo ....  ....Hob!  Horrell  p.      .     ,,      , ,    ��ur own troubles are always more  Phoenix although at a greater eleva- interesting to us than  those of" other  tion than all other cities in British Co- people. -     ' *  lumbia, is not the only place in'; which ��-  there is likely to be a shortage of water I    Your 8��P or> success depends large-  for domestic   purfioses   this   season. 1Jronthe things you are   willing to  Violenl Attack of Diarrhoea Cored by Cham  berlaln's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy .aad   Perhaps  a  '    .    Life Saved.  "A short time ago I was taken  with  a violent attack of Diarrhoea "and   believe I would have died if I  had  not  gotten relief,''says John  J.   Patton a  !    _ .        ���=���' ������"..__- leading citizen of Patton   Alt,-> '    "A  land ensure an important increase in lriend\ecommende_ Chambe'rlainN  tlie producti.il of low-grade ore values. CoIlc> Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  Tl-" *"���"' ~~J���--    *       --- I bought a 25  cent bottle and after  -*&����\_/l___J  l>e. yeai ��� ., the icst ��f the u.���|,J |OI $  vat.     It give- the '  Spokane Falls  No*themRy_  l..J,l,t;"!-' "'! "lil ri"1,e ''etweeii poinls  u8t.��e'.t1u,l|K���l,i|I 10 Kossland   Nd-  7��;,t:11"' ���"���'"���'���'"c'uhlir..,,  \*(.rihp,,M"rS ",n l,el"'ec" Spokane and  KH'KCriVK-UM-j'..,, ,901.  I.cnie.* "      .       '  ���o '���"���' "I  .  ...    'K.isfn,  r"*"" 6:'S "��� '"���  7 JO a. ,��� ;���'������    n^'"" *H P"1'  ,0-Jt,,  ,��� J? ,ho." ��� ��������� 7 J" P- 111.  .Kepulilic..-.,....:. 6.15 p. m.  tye Time afl the time  n.  USING  S ^0 n. 111  Latest and Host  Reliable News  :   SS  Rossland and Nelson residents are  both growing anxious. It behooves  us to conserve the present source of  supply jn every possible way.  let go.  *  Percy F- Godf-jratb, in  connection  with the Kamloops Standard,  has issued a x6"-page   supplement, eMit'ed,  '���VV*h_re Fortune Smiles.-"   It j. w_ji  printed, beautifuJIy illustEafced witli i@e  half tone engravings, and shly edited].  Its wide distribution under tfee  aws-'  pices of the Kamloops Board of 1'rade,  should be of great beneifit to _bat pros-  perous district..  The mari who borrows  money to  keep up appearances is apt   to.-' hiake;  sudden "disappearances.  ?S  The impetus a new   idea   receives  depends a great deal on  the  force of'  the man who starts it out.    .\ .  The total production is as follows:  , From  January   ist  to june  30th>  W   Gold,    p_3|339   02S-.   ��iI  3,037,0-51  o/.s.;   Copper, f7.5^,88/J  lbs.; I^ead, r'),5oo,oQe i^,  The total   production   during  the  whole of the year of 1903 was; Gold,  ��32,831 o_s.; Silver,  .,969,30,  a,3..  C-opper,  34,359,921   lbs.; Lead,   18,  089,282 lbs.  taking three doses of it was entirely  cured. I consider it the best remedy  11. the world for bowel complaints."For  sale by all druggists.  of Bon daij .Mi���(.s a,���j Snielieis.  and independent, and aims i��� |,_  ll is feailess  DOWN Tp DATE.  Youi suhscn'i.tioii ran begin a: _,:y time  Address with check  To Seattle,  Tacoma,  AM) AM, I'A CIRC CO \ ST  I'OI.VI'S.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AMj .M.I. i'OhVis ka.ST.  Pul.iie��iiilToii'iHl .Sli'i'porc,  IJiifTet  l.',!"/1'- Ci',,l"'.J,'J',,',M ���''���yConclii'i., Din-  "if. Cittf, MmiN.i In Carle.-  Best Meals on Wheels,  ��� ��� ��� .  >~*w_ T Special Kvi'iiro'���n i?>_. f., ���  '     *   When Yoar Appetite Falls.  ���And it makes you duzy to even  tftink of eating, you need Ferrwone  thegraatftt of appetizing, tonics It  builds up the whole body, the taste becomes aware of new flavors in food you  never noticed before. A relish and  flfl.se Fcr" Sale, <*_������� '      a"��;-s��isfaction in eating  i.  another  H, h,_e *�� _,c ��� _ __^ fc 5-5X3'SvS^^E  r<WW6, .city water/lot-3oXfroo,  lgcate.d l08*�� into nourishment for the  blood  on-BrooklywA^aue.   Apply ,0 .aod   brW ^nd   i?erves.     Just   one  -       J. A. few, &!^Z ^ Ste'"***.  easy to  . We do' the kind you want,  but which you rarely see ���  the kind that is JSTeaVdean,  Original and Effective.  This the only completely  -equipped Printing estabhsh-  meflc ��'fl tffti Boundary occupying its'own b.i.ilding.  Can \;e print for you ?  Grand Nrk&, Phoenix  and Greenwood   *  STAGE   LINE.  J I-.ROYKR        ..      :        .        :   '   prepr|tl0i  hllegiiium. June 1st,leave lircenunrul ,u..  >'$X}>����"? <" 7.��o. ,n" a, mV��l G^ml Kor���  fill^!.U.,?-..V:j.'t'^. (.'ceflwood at 8. p ,���  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix. B. C.  S'^'m-^SS*0 Bi����' & Smith.   In Graml i'0?__  ,.,^,f)CC1'11 1,:*-<'i"'''ion Rr."es to  MORM)>j FAIR, ST. 1.0UIS.  Vour choice of route.  For raiep nnd fohlers ami full inforina-  ""���gni-liiiir trips rail, on or address  "������3 ajtwit of the 8. j?. ^ ^. ^'_j|w'By' o,-P  r'JVu0h' If. Bbanpt,'  <>-i'.*i.A.,      ���o;-p.4Vi4.,  Spokane.        701 W. Riverside,  v\!iali. Spokane, Wii,  ll Will he to Vour Interest  r,!! y.V '"teinplnto vlsiiinjr the St.  umis J'.x.ioHition, to secure reliable in-  rornmtion _�� to milroad serWce, the low-  ?���^ V"'1 1"'st ro,,tes- Also as to  loial I'onditinns in St Ixiuis, hotels, etc.  Hio,; ���V��", W1." writ0 the undersigned,  f..n . ���t-wiin- '"formation vou desire, the  .1,. ,.i'" he. Promptly furni.hed, Tf we  do not liavo.it on hand, nill'secnrait for  to y__!>0^5tt3��d without any esp.n8i��  B. II. 'f R-JMBULL,  UJ} Third 8t.,porHiind,!pre,  u2  Vv'.' i\ r.' ���-* V. *'���*  'jj-vi'.v'-S '���"- 'i'.'-'i  js   j*.. 1.-.it w ��! ���lkhi-iuir^a t>:.:>KiiER:  0~-��-0 ���-���^���-���-���-*>-��-a>-��>_^_ -o-�� ��_>-<��-*3 a; t) t) p.  9-9-+-  i  i  t  Always Aval table?  Opens a savings account at  this Bank, and that dollar  and every dollar you deposit afterwards will earn  3 per cent, interest.  .CAPITA!.,AND-'  ..RKSKRVI* PAID  UP  ,-��� i  ���T  $3,914^610.00  Hanicino Jiv M,\ii. a .Si'Kci.u.TV,       Established nearly halfa century.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. . ',/  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  _3f8?'  ��Jtif  A Standard Visible Writer.  ttli'nli _iv��;f> Pi'ff, i't Work in ll.C'r-liorlc-M  1 inn' wnli I he (jri'.itei-t ease of operation;  Write for Catalogue.  PIONEER PUS. C0.,Ajent��, Phoenin, B. C.  I PALACE LIVERY STABLES   I  -yM 1 he best established and legulated hostelry in the Boun  dary. We aie centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit of Saddle and Diiving Horses. The  best of rigs.      Parlies  driven  to  any Boundary   point.  The Best Lethb'ridge Coal promptly delivered.   Large  Stock of Dry Wood.  Mclntyre & McDonald  Knot Hill Ave., *    0,ffl.��e'        Phoenix, B. C.   '  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a**  i P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  a  HKAI) 0FKICE FOR HOUND/iKV CREEK, GREENWOOD) B. C.  HKAnQUARl-EKS, NELSON, B. C.'..-.' ,   Wholesale aod Detail Meat MeKhants. i  Markets at Nelsor., Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and. Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY'IN*SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ���������������������������������a  #.���_...���.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Phoenix  '='.' LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood;  "���- -'  DAILY. ��� -"���  Leave Phoenix at 10 a. 1.11.      Arrive Greenwood at n a. m.  Arrive        " 4.30p.m.    Leave      ...",.'���.'-,    3 p.:m.  JOHN WALTERSrProp.  tS^t^t^  When you  read the -  PHOENIX PIONEER  And Bo��ndaxy Mining Joomal,  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on B undary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $2 bill, for year's trial to  Pioneer Pub. Co., Phoenix, B. C.  I's Fair  Excursion Rates  Phoenix to  St. Louis,'$62.75  Chicago, $67.75  Toronto, $90.10  Montreal, $100.75  Halifax, $124 55  New Vorkr $103.75  90 Days^ Limit-  ���-.;' PATES OF SALE,  ' Sept. s, 6, 7-    ���  Lo\v Excursion Fares.  for all eastern points will also be  quoted going via Port Arthur* all rail  or lake route returning same or via  Chicago and St. Louis. For full particulars apply to local agents.  J. G. CLARK, EJ.COVLE,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt,  Phper.i-^B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  J, S. Carter, p. P. A.  Nelson, p.C.  Tnken With Cramps.  ���Wm.- Kirmse, a member of the  bridge gang working near Littleport  was taken suddenly ill Thursday  night with cramps and a kind of  cholera. His case was so severe that  he had to have the members of the  crew wait upon'him and Mr. Gifibrd  called and consulted. He told him  that he had a medicine in the form of  a Chamberlains Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoe' Remedy that he thought  would help him out, and accordingly  several doser were administered, with  the result that the fellow was able to  he around next day. The incident  speaks quite highly of Mr. Gilford's  medicines.���Elkador, Iowa, Argus.  This remedy -never fails. Keep it  in your homes, it may save life. For  sale by all druggists.  TO BE SEEN AT  .'���     GRAND FORKS FAIR  Some of the Attractions ofthe  y- A     Big Carnival.  Following are a few of llieaiiraciions  ofthe Grand Forks Street Pair which  opens next week Wednesday.. ���'���.'������:-'  A most sensational balloon ascension  ���McCleilan and hi< awe inspiring  torpedo -..jiarachute, drop. 'I'his  something entirely new in aeronautics  and has never before been seen.  The ; wonderful, the dare devil  Zoyarra', will run up a slender column  to a dizzy height on a rolling globe,  with his beautiful wife poised aloft on  one hand.'   -A  The fearless trapezius, Messers.Colc  & Cole, will execute their- dextrous  and intrepid evolutions in mid.air on  the flying trapeze;     '���'      '  You will laugh���Ed. Coleman, tht  funny tramp juggler, will make you  roar at his. runny pranks and '-mirthful  eccentricities.  Flecti non frangi ��� Cynthia ��� she  bends but she does not hreak.Cynthia  the dainty, the graceful, flexible equilibrist will'win you with her wonderous  grace and dexterity.     ��   '  The inimitable Kelsey & Moore���  they defy the laws of gravity and equipoise on the high wire, introducing  feats of balancing that have never before been attempted.  There are also the Parisian Maivels  direct-from the Foles Berger, the  brothers Scheck, the world's greatest  novelty acrobats. Also the gnat Dana  brothers, whose dashing achievements  on the flying rings will cause'you to  wonder.  Harry Thompson in his wonderful  slide for life. He will slide with amazing rapidity from an awe inspiring  height down an acutely inclined wire.  Geo If. Williams & Co. (thirteen  people) with their great plantation  show, depicting the merriest merriment  from the sunny south; also the great  Jat su Man troupe of Japanese jugglers and acrobats.  Ali Ben Musin, the mysterious  Bedouin, and a host of others too  numerous lo mention.  The Stadium. This vast canvas is  the theatre in which will be presented  in rapid succession a multitudinous succession of the latest and most brilliant  vaudeville attractions. Then there is  the old-"stand by," the merry merry-  go-round.    Who can resist it?  Ail will have a chance to. see the  great novelty parlor, with sixty of the  latest peep hole slot machines; show  ing scenes and pictures that are strange  and unusual.   ,  There is also to be a grand rock  drilling contest embracing vigorous  competition from all the neighboring  towns. '  , Every available space is being rapidly taken up for strange, weird and  mystical illusions, freaks of nature, etc,  A living sheep with five legs will gambol briskly to the amusement of all  beholders. ,  No detail has been overlooked, no  expense spared to make this undertaking satisfactory and successful.  A beautiful decorative programme  which in itself is a thing of beauty and  interest can,be obtained by everybody.  Don't forget the Mardi Grns, the  night when frolic and fun will reign  supreme. A carload of confetti is on  hand and none hut prudes and old  maids will object to its throwing.  Don't miss Friday night, the greatest night of the season. Special big  features are reserved for Friday night.  Facts of St. Louis E.po.K'oa.  Exposition costs $50,000,000.  Grounds coyer 1,24o!acrc;>.  Forty-four Slates participate.  Fifty foreign countries exhibit.  Modern,Indian .school, one hundred  pupils.":  Complete assemblage of the world's  races.'.'  Athletic  contests���all  nations and  races.- -   . i_-  Four miles of aisles in the Agricultural Building.,  Revival of Olympic garn.s of Ancient Greece,'  ���'";  Primitive   Mexican    copper   mine  camp. '...������  The widest boiler plate ever rolled.  Full sized yacht completely rigged.  Manufacture, ol nitrogen from the air.  .Wireless telephone station  in  operation. '���.'',  A practical shoe" factory   in ', operation.  Gem cutting, grinding and polishing.  Model school for blind and deaf.  Mining gulch���12 acres in extent.  Queen Victoria's Jubilee presents.  Philippine exhibits cost $1,000,000.  Largest  gas   engine ��� 300   horse  power. ' ..... ���"    . .-';   I  JWEW OF PROMINENCE  [Vie Pe-rc-na for Catarrh."'  Pe-ru-ina Cures Catarrh Wherever Located-  Nelson  ��*������-4*r>,  ��� ���  .Fair  Umik*  Hon. J". Y. ntzpalrlok, Coii_rosBm::ji  iromKotucky, writes from t:io"allo:'.:-.i  'Totcl, Washington,D. Cyan follows:  "At tho solicitation of a /rlc-m* I ���"<���<>  your Peruna and con chi>orfully rec'01: '  mend your romody to anyouo suiter;::,  with catarah orwho needs a good tonic.  -I". Y. I'Hzpatrlck.   ���  Peruna la tho romedy for catarrh. Al  mo��t ��vorybody knows' that by here*:; ���  mid thousands know it by experience.  Whutcan bo cured in tho beginning- i:i{  Decorative sculpture, cost $500,000.  Airship   tournament,   $200,000 in  prizes. .    -;-���  largest   organ,   145 stops   10,000  pipes.   "  Full size inodel United States warship.  Model   farm   exhibited   by   U. S.  Government.  Indian exhibits cover 40 acres.  Special corn exhibit, cost  $50,000.  Rose garden, ten acres in area  Four acres of growing fresh fruits.  Second 'Annual Exhibition of the  NELSON    AGRICULTURAL avi>  IN I )USTRIA.L ASSOCIATION  SEPT. 28 & 29  NEW BUILDINGS,  FINE GROUNDS,  BIG PREMIUM LIST,  NOVKl:  OPEN   AIK   ATTRACTIONS.  Write for I'rue List.  , I A1ABLE, Sec,  NELSON, B.C.  ALBERT GROllLX,  Practical Horseshoeing, Blaeksmlthlng,  Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  ���������������������������������������������a�����������������������������  THE MILWAUKEE  , week or two by using Peruna; if allowc!  io bocomo chronic, may require month.-,  if faithful treatment. You had better \  take Peruna now for by and by you may  be obliged to take It tor some time In  order to get well. Now the warm, dry  weather will assist In your cure. You  are not liable to catch fresh cold and  delay your cure,     ..'''.  Hundreds of meu of dignity ahdproml-  nenco from all over the United States  endorse Poruna.  No other romedy rocelyes such convincing- testimonials. Send for free book  of testimonials. '   .',-��� '  If you do not receive prompt and sutis-  j factory result, from the use of Peruna,  write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving _  Bi-monthly  exhibit   of   seasonable  '*���-*��� statement of your case and he will  flowers.  Tobacco exhibit, covers over half an  acre.  bo pleased to give you.hi* valuable ��4-  cio. gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman,  President of  I'lio Htrtman Sanitarium, Colombo*, O.  A (iiniiliii.name for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union us the Great Hallway  riiiiniii. the "Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and night between St. Paul  and CIiIi'ul'o, mul Onmha ami Chicago,  "Thu only perfect trains in I lie world."  Understand: Connection *_ are made  with All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to pus_enjr,ers Hie (test service known.  Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam  hem, of a verity equaled by no other  "���''?��� ,. A  .See that your ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee" when g'oinn to any point in  tlie United States or Canada. All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other information, address, : ''���.���  R. L. Ford, H. S. Rowe,  Trav.Tass. Agl.,    , ,.        General Agen ,  7       SPOKASK, WN. PORTLAND, OR  Special Excursion to World's  Fair.  The Denver & lUo Ci:ande, in connection with the Missouri1 Pacific, will run  a series of Personally Conducted Kxcur-  sion�� to Ihe World's fair during June.  These exclusions, will run through to St.  Louis without change of cars, nmking  short stops at principal points en route.  The fir&tof ilii'.u Kxriusiuii. leaves Portland June 7lh, ami the second June 17.  The rate from Spokane will he JC0.00 to  St, Louis and return. Excursionists  Koingvir, the Denver \ Rio Grande have  the privilege of returning viira diffdrcnt  route Thin is the mo��t nlensant way.  as well as the most, delightful route to  cross the continent. The stops arranged  .ivean opportunity of visiting the various points of interest in and about Salt  Lake. City, Denver and Khiisuh City. If  you wiidi toiiccoiiipiuiy our of these ex-  cursioi.B wiite at once 10 W. C. McHiide,  124 Third street, I'oilland, for aleiping  ear icseivalioiis.  y.  - "-T,  tie Deserved Pity  His,'suffering from sciatica was so  great, but thanks to Nerviline he was  cured. ''I suffered for three years from  sciatica," writes E. S. Jenkins, of Portland, "and no man ever suffered more.  I spent a small fortune on different  remedies but the only one with real  merit was Nerviline. 1 used a few  bottles, of Nerviline and was perfectly  cured. I can recommend Nerviline as  a sure cure for sciatica; it's excellent  also for rheumatism and neuralgia."  Try Nerviline, .5c, at all druggUt.s.  ' A pencil -mark here L  is a reminder that vour subscription to this paper is  now past, due, and the publisher will appreciate your  piompt attention.  1013 PRINTING, -  IOB PRINTING,  ';   ; JOB PRINTING,- -...-;  We do the kind you've always been in  search of--nnd do it right. .,  Pioneer Pun. Co.,.' - 'Phoenix,, B.C.'  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  (a&Mh ?  ((____.���_���--*''���_,' -  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  KINK. IIOO'IS AND SllOKS  MADE '10 ORDER.  I'RACIICAI.    MINER*' ;.ND   PROS  PEC10RS'SHOES  A  SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  _     Tlie most perfecty appoint'  lid Pleasure Resort in tlie West, with n  th  pietesystem of Baths���including Turkish an 1  Russian; Open thc year round. The curative  properties of its waters are uiiequaled.  Kor Curing all Rheumatic, Nervom and Mus-  cular Troubles,  l'or Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  nitiufiits, ���'������.-.  For KlimiiiRtiiigall MetalliePoisons from the  System  The" grandeur of the scenery is unrivaled'  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes.waterfalls,  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursion,  teuui". Its winter 'climate is unsurt-assed li r  mi!',ii��t��  G. J. Hayivard  CUSTOMS   BROKER.  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  CONVEYANCER,  COLLECTION AGENT..  f3ealer in Rem. Estate, Live Stock.  Grand Forks, B. O,  Phoenix Livery Stable  Matheson & Matheson, Props.  Everything New  CARRIAGES    AND - OTHER  HORSES AND SADDLES.  RIGS  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public - j  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37. .       I  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER STi,        PHOENIX, B. C.     !  ��1�� .-"���_!.  tt��t����*��**'>a***-'*'t",,>  fef^a (ollie- RepfIs  TflE.lJOMf  flF  iilO  THE MASTER MECHANIC'S I'UUU  TAR SOAP Ileitis nnd softens the skin, while  promptly cleansing it of grease, oil, rust, clc.  invaluable for mechanics, tut tilers, sportsmen.  Free Sample on receipt of jc for postage. Albert  Toilet Soao Cn. Mfra Montreal  Contractor and Builder/  0000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  , Full Line of Hard Woods.   ..Shop on Dominion Avenue   Modern Barbarlim,  Throwing rice on and after newly  married couples is a barbarous custom  that should be laid to a long resl. 'The  ordeal of matrimony is sufficient  without having the strain increased by  a lot of mildly insane friends yelling  like niad Russians and strewing everything with the standard cereal of  China! 'The only proper tiling to  throw at a wedding party is .the beautiful paper dollar. It falls lightly and  has a tendency to create pleasurable  feelings.���Poplar Nugget.  We make a specialty of breeding the  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction to flockmasters  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  fjlios. S. ^riflath,  P. fj. Box J-907. Spokane, Wash.  As ah example of English, as she is  wrote, it may be rneritioned thftt there  was a young lady , of Vaughan who  treated her lover with schaughan; he  gave up his suit when her father's big  buit shot him hastily forth on the  laughan.  Cholera Infantum.  This disease has lost its terror since  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy came into, general  use. 'The uniform success which attends the use of this remedy in all  cases of bowel complaint in children,  has made it a favorite wherever, its,  value has become, known,, for -sale  by all druggists.  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  year    Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year .......:...,.���..,../. .:...���'....  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  -������.   /Including Handsome Portrait\  ytJCII    V.of King Kdward, 171M inches.^   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year ...-.....: ..:--.  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald. and Weekly Star,  both one year;.             $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  The Most  Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  Through Salt Lake City,, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo, ,  ���   Colorado Springs and Denver.  ic irifi Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castln Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Puss and the Royal Gorge.  3 Post Trains Paily Bet. Ogden and Denver  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FTJRTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  Far Detailed Information, address  W. C. McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  Phoenix Home Brewed  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  LAGER  Brewed by a home institution, has proven  the test ami has made 11  VOL. IV���The 1SKM International Kditiou���lists and describes 3.:ill copper mines and companies,  in all parts of thcivorld, descriptions i.( thc various mines ranffins: from -.'.lines to 12 paces in length,  according to importance.  There arc also 13 miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the II is..- -. Uses. l'erniinoWs'. t.eoRrapliy,  Ccnloey, Chemistry. Mincralw:y, Metallunry. Finances and r...u.st,rs ���[ Copper, nukme the volume  a veritable cyclopedia on thc subject.  It Is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  Even-Miner. Prospector, Investor. Banker and I'.rnW needs the book. Price is �� in buckram  Mndii,.2i_,pltl��P('ur*��7*W in Full Library M���.��,.)aml ih, hook ��,lll* sen. |_ yjjji "  approval,' lo any address in .he world, In PC paid lor it louml sa t.sfactorv, or may I e retunu.d ��.tlnn  one weckafter receipt, and Uw ��'WI��e ��U|be cancelled.   Address the Author and 1 ubhshcr,  Horace J, Ste veris, 36 Post Office Block, Hooghton, Mich., U.S. A.  Host of Friends;Phoenix Bakery,  who teetifv to its Good Qualities  BHOENTX BREWERY,  JUUUS MUELLER,  Proprietor. !  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  Phoenix Street.   'I'hoiiesa,  We make good bread,     Try it,   C, W, GREER, Proprietor.  WEBB & MAYNARD  General Painting and  . . Sign Writing '  Greenwood, B. C.  ��� ���''  ;������  -,-;."JS-':.  .(���v..-.?...  �����   -i  ���., i_r  !��������� ��� ������ rl  . * ���    I  T1;  ��� i   i  <ii  ir ���  ll mi |  1 ,-"    ���  "   " I      I  I   I I'1     -���  1 " ���  f-V\   I SOT  fH;_^v'  , , Jit-'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  In and Around Phoenix  + BRIKF TOPICS OF LOCAL  AND GENERAL  INTEREST TO  PHOENICIANS. ���**  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International Coal stock see J.  7* Martin.  The Phoenix Socialist Club has 67  members in good standing.  The Young Men's Catholic Club, of  this city, now  has a  membership of _ Born t0 lne  wife of J  Greenwood,  1    W Y   Williams was,, _   visitor in  Rossland tins week.  Dr   Simmons,   dentist,   McMillan  block, Sept. 13 to 16. .  Prof. Hepburn's dancing class Saturday night at Hardy hall.  about 50.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Sept. ioth  to 14th.  Why not get a nice little book containing 30 select views of Phoenix,  from G, R. B. Kinney  .    W.  Ellis,  on the 7th inst., a son.  �� Hj P'/P1'ck'ns��n�� agent for Giant  1 owder Co., came over from Rossland  this week.  For Ihe first time in several monihs,  the city council failed to hold a meeting this week.  Watches,  Jewelry,  Repairing,  ' We'can "Watch" you nt almost any  price, from the good, everyday timepiece  to the expensive adjusted chronometer.  Our Jewelry nnd Cut Gla.s Meek  will be found jii.t what you desire tu  make a selection from.  In repairing we are prepared to fake  care of anything in this line.  Geo. E Dey,  'I'he Jeweler. Knob Hill Ave.  is*  Grand Big Stteet  CARNIVAL  During the Eace Meet at  Grand Porks, B.C.  me jeweler. Knob Hill Ave.   $A ja ^^k Jk      ^^k^g  You Can Get  THE FINEST FRUITS that grow  and THE FINEST CIGARS and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new-  store of......  Alex McRae,  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc.  Hardy BlocK,   -  Dominion Ave.  Hotel  P. BC)IVIN, Prop.  From a long e_pp,ifcn,.e .    .  busiiH'88 we..are prenan.) il   t,ie  nir in   every  solicited.  IHS8  man  f  FlKSTSTUKinyONTHKliKHiCH,  PHOENIX, U. c.  Attendance at Prof,  dancing class, Saturday  Hardy hall is increasing.  Hepburn's I    Mrs. VV. j. Wood and son  returned  nights   at from a several weeks' visit to Spokane  1 late last week  For Isrge- return, and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  The Catholic Ladies' Aid are ar-  Hotel  J. E. BELL, Manager.  A meeting of the Provincial Fruit  Growers' Association was held in  Grand Forks last Monday.,  ranging to give a social  ba.I on  theled wit,,^^  evening ofthe 13th of September.       | railway contractors, ���� vSr m thl First St  city Thursday, ��������-��-.ji.  Mrs. McDonald and Miss Maxfield,  and Miss Eyre and Miss Mader, of  Grand Forks, were visitors in the city  Thursday.  Mrs. J. E. Mills left Thursday for a  visit of some wet-ks in Seattle, where  Mr. Mills has been located for the last  nine monihs.  The wife and little daughter of  James Sproat, after spending several  days in the city, returned to Nelson  last Wednesday.  Best Dining Room in the City���Every-  ,   thing First-class.    Your patronage Solicited,        ���  Phoenix, B. C.  Patrick J. Dermody went down to  New Westminster last Saturday, to  visit his family, who are locating on a  ranch in that locality.  Foi sale, at half price.  Encyclopedia Ilritaniiica.  the Pioneer office.  full  set  of  IiKjuiic at  (INCLUSIVE.)  The most novel atl met ion ever held in the Boundary Country. Four  duye of central cnteriiiiiiini'iit and rmHrry-uiakiiiK, in which the whole  Boundary cuiiiitry .8 cordially invited to'participate.  An iiitiTt'MiiM. feature of the Carnival will bi> the coronation of tin.  Queen, who nil I he elected hy popular vote. Cundidxlet> are entered  from Rowland, Nelson, Greenwood. Phoenix, Republic, Norll port nnd  Grand 'Fork*, ami a dope and "pirited eoicwt h looked for. The suc-  rewful candiilate for 'Queen will ho 'presented wild 11 puree of $.50.00  for preparatoty expeni-es! .".neither feature will lie the ("rami Midway  Plaipiuice, which will he ntocked willi novelties of every depcripiion.  Tliore wi.l also ho a rock drilling contest for if20(l puree, in �� hieli  the best tt'imiH 111 the fturronniling ��� ouiitrv will meet in i-oiiifietitioii.  The' gala altraciion will he Murdi-tiras right, when everyone is invited  to musk from 7 to 11.110 p. in.   For further particulars see posters.  There will he SI'KCIAl. IIAri'.S ON ALL k.'ILWAYS during  Can ivul ��eek.  G. W. Rumberger i  i  RealBstate  W  arid Mines  ���:|-,^ Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale  ;i blmres in all tlie leading 1 nines bought and  Iiifoiiiiat ion about l'lioeiiix and the  W  i sold.  I Houiidary country given 011 application.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 2S.  ^     Phoenix, B. C.  -���-*-���-��� ��� ���-���*-.  Board of Directors.  R. A. Bain bridge, of Nelson, divisional engineer ofthe C.P.R., was in  the city this week accompanied by  Road master Johnson.  Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCallum, of  Grand Forks, lost their five months'  old son last Sunday night, the funeral  taking place the next day.    ',  2,000 Granby, 1,000 and 500 shares  International Coal -and Coke, 1,000  Oro Denoro shares for sale. Mortimer,  the Real Estate and Insurance Agent.  The Ledge, formerly published in  'New Denver, came out this week in  Nelson as a Monday morning  paper.  It is enlarged to a seven column folio  sheet. '  In the Presbyterian church  to-mor-1 perfect ttjmni|_.:fw -  (���'die topic in the morning   will be: | ^errect simplicity,  Perfect Reliability  and Strength  The  most searching in  '    vestigation of  Waterman's  Ideal  Fountain  Pen..*  row me topic in the morning   ..... ....  "A Runaway Slave;" and in the even  ing,   "Relative   Values."   The   choir  will sing an anthem.  Mrs. Ed. H. Mortimer and little  daughter returned late last week from  an extended visit to her father, who  lives at Northport, Wash. ,  Last Saturday evening Prof. Hep-  bum gave' his introductory dancing  social at Hardy hall and the hall was  well filled, those present commenting  favorably on the professor as a teacher  of dancing. This week Thursday he  held his first regular dancing class at  the same place, and it is evident 'that  he thoroughly understands the art of  dancing  . Charles L.  Thornber, principal, of  the public school, is expected to rectum from his home in New Westminster  today, and school:will reopen, next  -Monday morning.    ,  John Maguire, of Butte, > who was  recently in the Boundary, and. more  ���recently in the Slocan, gave one of  his monologue entertainments in Nelson Wednesday.       ,  Hmk For Sale, Cheap  My house for sale at a bargain, five  rooms, city water, lot 30x100,  located  on' Brooklyn avenue.    Apply to  .    J. A. Blair,  '   41���4t. Phoenix, B. C.  An impressive and importanttriumph  will convince the intending insurer that  a policy in the Mutual Life of Canada  - .    ��� v. ___�����__, uj_]i. --j  pays.   Satisfy yourself  by examining ,!,-_',  figures before you take a policy "angel  I A well known surveyor of Nelson  has, recently had some difficult country  to work on) - He had to make a survey  of a piece of1 ground that included a  large area of glacier. One of his lines  ran over a peak 1,500 feet above the  level ofthe glacier, and a man had to  be sent over. He was overheard later  describing his task to a fellow-workman: "I was so high up I could fiear  Is." !  -proves that it excels   in  quality of materials, perfection of workmanship  simplicity of   construction.    With no chance  for deterioration and no  valves   or   complicated  mechanism to get out of  order,.it is the .  PEN WITHOUT A PEER.  Nothing is stronger than  its weakest part.  (mo. .sunt  Stationers, elc.        Knob Hill Ave.  Miss Jennie Dawson, who formerly  had charge of the Inland Telephone  exchange at Republic, arrived in the  city Thursday, to assume charge of  the B. C. Telephone exchange here.  We are all looking for profits! Would  you like a' share in a large concern  and at the same time , protect your  nearest and dearest? If so, let Morti  mer submit you rates in the Mutual  Life of Canada.  ' The Kettle Valley lines, which is  surveying a branch up the North Fork  of Ktttle river, has been empowered  to increase its capital from $1,500,000  to $4,000,000. The new line will be  about 50 miles in length.  Phoenix enjoys the distinction of 1  being the only lncorported city in the  province having "a pound by-law that is  not enforced. Here animals are allowed to run at large, breaking down  fences and eating up flower and vegetable gardens.  A. H. McNeill of Rossland, states  that it is not true that the Conservative party will start a paper in Ross-  ���land. Alfred W. Dyer, the late editor  of the Rossland World, will start a  paper soon, as a personal venture, ���  -Nelson-News.-���' "  0. R. ft N. Summer Book.   .  The handsome 1904 summer bopk  "Restful Recreation resorts," issued by  the passenger department ofthe Qiegon  Railroad and Navagation Company  is  just out.    It tells all about the summering places of the Columbia river  Valley���a brief description of the trips  up and down the Columbia river, to  the mountains, beaches, inland resorts  and fountains of healing where they |  are and how to reach them. The book  has  a special designed front cover,  printed in two colors, and the inside  pages are   splendidly   illustrated   by  costly and beautiful half-tones. A copy  of this publication may be obtained by  sending two cents in stanps,, to A- L.  Craig, General Passenger Agent,of the  Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company,'Portland.  ��������� ONE ON YOU An"'c"" ��"��'"""' ^  cciveri  ol our NEW SPRING  SUITS, I_uest styles, fines,  materials, best workman.shipt  Prices $10.00 to $25.00.  NEW CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoes, etc., just re-  "     Call in and examine them.  A* Men's Wear Exclusively.  THOS. BROWN,  ar Exclusively     -     i'a��dv-_ick-knzi_ hik.  ,,,_. AWUMVeiy. DOMINION AVE.. I'llOK'.MX.      ,���  ��*Sg������gggS�����S���g���g���������gg���Sfc'  . 1 ' "  Black's HoteR  ......Dominion Avk.nuk, PHOENIX, B.C.  The  luxury  of a  BATH...  f ���< Ifof V* iw 00 tads,  IV  REACH  OP  tfVEgVOJIg.  See the wonderful VOHO WATER  HEATER, the latest invention, at  Htrntef-Kendfick Co., Ltd.  Sole Agents for Phoenix, i  London  Corn Plasters  Remove Corns.  t  9  T  ?  ? BOYLE,  f  _. TIJC    rUMT/T'ICT W  THE  HRUGOIST.  ���-���-���- 9'9-9-9-9-9-9-r^-m^s,  Tfc B.C. Assay a>����  Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B, C.  Direct Importers of Assayers' Supplies,  Sole Agents in II. C. for the well-known  Batlersea Crucibles. Pcori.'lers. Mufl|e��  etc. Selling agents for the F. W. Br.n'n'  Go'6 Specialties Caiy Furnaces) Hm m-y  etc. Mervks* Pure Chemicals.. As-iiv S\\-  bor, Platinum, Quicksilver, C. I'. Ai M��  Borax  Glass and nil Heavy Cln-ininiN  Specialty���Sliver Free Lead and Litharge.  Complete  A-gay  Outfits   fuini,|���.,|   _t  Khort notice.  Satisfaction (.'mir.iiiK  I Ccinniodious Sample Rooms,  Fiis'.-Class Dining Room in connection  H.ir Well Stocked with Cliuictst (>i  i  Most Conveniently Located  IOOUS  ^ Telephone No. 26. ^  GREENWOOD  Ed. Black*  Watchmaker  and jeweler,  FIRSTsti'kpt���-fie-fT KKfln him, norm..  fins Timepieces and F'ne Fepftirins  o'flll kind*, ,  Full (lock ofToljacooB a.id Cigflrn.  NOTICE.  COMPANY..  IlouND.iKv Agents for-  =Pabst's Celebrated Beer -=  .      Fortify yourselves Tor the warm  weather by drinkinj  "Iron Brew"  Wholesale    WINES,   LIQUORS  ' and CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  I  Ghurcl* .  Toano  :�� Servic  m% ii-fcTf. _-i  >��M* ���*__��* fl.   ft  a^  Rev. J. H. White, of New Westminster, Methodist missionary superintendent for the province, was a visitor in the city Tuesday, on his way to  the quarterly district meeting of the  Kootenays, which was held at Greenwood this week.  Ed. Orchard reported last Saturday  night he'had been held up by two men  on the Greenwood road, a mile or two  St. Johns Church of England,, Rev.  ��v;'J;.wo0d, Missionary. Sunday  School io a, m,; Morning Prayer, ii  a. m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30 p. m.ji  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 Bibfe  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C IV  MacCoIl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  M..i._M..^  $3,000JLN^PRIZES:  Anhual Meet oi the Grand Forks  Driving  Park and' AtUetfe Assgc^tiQn*  AUGUST 25th, 264 and 27th.  Notice is hereby given  that,  at the!Greemro��d, 11. C.  next sitting of the Hoard of Licensing  Commissioners tor the City of Phoe-'  nix, I intend fo apply ft)r a ,; tolXilOiMaC   D*����. r*��  ��ell liquor by retail  at   t|,p   |'a]m.ral | _*___?.-?___L*^��tffr L.O.  Hotel, situated on the wuthern portion  of Lots 16 and 17, block   18, comer  Knob Hill Avenue and   First Street  Phoenix, B. C. *  Dated the 21st day of July, 1904.  ���     Jon.v A. McMastkr  JAMES McCREATH,  PROP.  (jiviii.  Bouiicjiiry Agents fqrC'ol.|.ii))iu  Grapliophonos. A full line of  musical goods always in stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  I ClK.U'NWOOD. ||. c. " '  up Marsh Block owing to  raise in,rem.  For   Qafa   ^,u're Finiiisliings in  * VI    JfllB   thp Marsh   block, in,  ���'   " 1 1   ���������pmcluding    Housc-kcinr  ��ig. Uedioom and I'nrlor Purniiurc,  Lome an.! See and pick   out bargains.  Granby Exchange  FIRST DAV���2 P. M.  PROGRAMME.   ���  purse $20; first $15, second $S: post  VOU Are, Invited to come and in-  gpegfc our new arrivals in ...   ���  below Phoenix, and had been relieved  of what money he had, about $3. Constable Darraugh went down on the  -stage after the hold-up, but no trace of  the highwaymen was discovered.  Methodist���Service* at xi a.m. and  7.30 P- m. at Graves-Williams ball, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sun-  day School al 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. D. M,  Perley; B, A., pastor.  Catholic���Mass will  be held to-  A knowledge of know how to carrv ^'��'v at _�� a; mv'^eningervice at  the limbs and body is indispencabTff 7J��1' ra:'S"n^y School at  _:3_ p  well know __ct that the study of danc-1 '     A  *.��� Pimping, # mile dash, purse$5o ent"es> ,ntr.ks  2. Running, 2/ n,'le, purse $2*0       ri .(-fn,soiat'on rac* will be rjin on the  ,   v>      ���        \    ��� ; *       * 5 th,rd day. August 27th.    Thev will Hp  * Running, H mki in ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ff-^^%^ b*  _   D ^ W"*? RF'Fs in the other races: purses  4- Running, Grand  Forks   Derby, will be .appropriated frorn 90 per cent  one mile, purse $400. of gate receipt Jn'thW d��y.  5. Cowboy's race,   300  yards, two ,,������, -  I turns, $40 in prizes, entrance free, post "0R'SB BXH,ms-  Parade before the grand stand on  August   5th or  26th.    Liberal   cash  The newest of this season's pattern^ iri  hgee and Outing Shirts;     -m  Neg-  ��ng gives one a grace and ease in walk-  rag and general deportment   that can  oe acquired in no other   way.   It js  therefore, of the greatest importance  No Snbitlf.te WeteS.  Say what you will about druggists  offering something "just a.1 good"  be-  0  jwiuuieejcause jt pays a better profit,  the fact  sto those who wish   to secure  lasting | stjj, stands that njnety.nineL out of a  ���benefit and instruction, to avail themselves at once of tbe means of improvement, as, while dancing can be learned  at any time of life, yet the younger a  person js when they start,   the   better  ..._,v.j ..us. urn. 01 a  hundred druggists recoramend "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy $yhen the best remedy for  diarrhoea is asked for, and do so  be-  entries.  6. Running, f_ mile, purse, $150.  bKCQUP DAV���2 P. M.  7. Gentlemen's saddle horserace*,^  mile, owners up, purse $40,  '   8. Running,   ^_   mile,   heats,   best  two in three, purse $200.  9. Pony race, % mile,   14). bands  and under, purse $50  prizes will be offered in  the following  classes, namely:  Best thoroughbred stallion,. best  saddle horse, best,standard bred stallion. Conditions: Four to enter in  each competition, pri?e in each class  $10.  wssr-aRsssas_ *���*��Nob^ ��- ���  a  The conditions for "the horse races  10. Seagram Cup, distance % mile   l?��� "follows:. A�� P������ divided  ,      ages, winner of Grand ForkslDerbv  7?.w ��_Tnd A�� .per  Cent'     Ihe  rules  \fmtfl pounds additional wSn it! ^^7 Jockey Club to  for a cupped at $500  donated by \\ 111-2��������� fce ^ Pe" ^"t. o_f  andcolors,   A full  dancer they become. "Prof. Hepburn's' ^USe they,know it is the one remedj  dancing class is held every Saturday c.an ,ays be deoended upon,  might at Hardy halL 7 y even m the most severe and dangerous  tap-V   Sold by all druggists.  or ft cup ig-qpd at $500  donated bv g ��� LJinirance fce five Pei cent, of  ���  ..E.Seagrttm,br^Llw Ort   and fpurse ^'lth   five Per �����-  additional   |  $_oo caiadded hyibf^ttiZ   f��m T"ers'    In al1 races fo��r���� �����   S  Cup to be won two years eoScS' & -^d !hree t0 start-    Entries  '" all  ly ty same owner to become ^vato S2? ^ ?$ fi* 'r^' Yale  property. Purse divided. *' A*-8HSt ��4��b. <tf 6 p- �����  ����� Cowboy race, y4 mile,   2 turns,  befngS^d^ ��' "^  "^ !'5  W. A. HARKI1J, Secretary,  A stylish line of Shirt Wai*i*in  THE  0  a  e  ���  e  c  ���  ��  0  e  0  ���  o  a  a  e  .1  _U  .^o��a__M__00__e.oea?e.���tteaoetfso^?^aeo^na^^  G     1  *����o��i....��e)0e9908O0Be(B0e>e  ^K^'i^'*K"-V_iy^-?p-,llVW,ilt',,l,L'l'l'^  iWfe"-?-. ���*��. ?\f*!S!,?iB-'��Sfffi*W*-t  5PS   rr___^rBg?3y

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