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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 10, 1904

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Array [Boundary Mines Pro-  Idaced $10,000,000 in  [value within four years  2    DEC 13 M04     ^  ���>...,  i. L'-o' i..t.  ^ .<;  KC13  % s  1904  *3  o,* ��* c- /Phoenix k the Centre  and   Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary.  AND   BOUNDARYfffiN^ifjQlUBNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining.District  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURl^Y, DECEMBER io, 1904.  No. 5  This yeai we areshmviiig the largest inii'^.'Vit'X ti:i<;  goods we have ever-had, in ladies', children's and  .men's wear. We have just what you want and there  is nolliii*}; nicer <if more "suitable (or a .Christinas  present.    In ladies' welir we have a beautiful range of  FURS  in STORM COLLARS  and RUFFS.  A in w Btoi k of Siik Wui^ls, Skills ami Silk Umbrellas.  Tli" lurui-ft Mock ��c have ever had in Handkerchiefs.,  Silk mid leather Bi-lls. Neckwear, .Shopping Hays, Lace  'Co'liVr*. ainl IVrrih's Kid Gloves.  We also Inivr- a nie>' line of-Linen Table Covers with  NaphiiiH to iniiich. C'ontie Pun." and Poilio��- 111 Me\i-  C.in and Matlen'icrj; uoi k P.ii < \ Cushion l'opu, 'I able  iihilvliU'.exii 'Covcig  In Children's Wear  we hiive White Wool Boas, Bearskin Moil's and Tains to  match, Astiiti'linii G.uii.tlets, Kelt Slippers, Wool 'Jack-'  ets, 'Iiootid and Bonnets.  In the Men's Dept.  we art'f-liouing Knncv Silk Su-|icnde:s, Silk Mufller*,  Silk-lined tOovcs, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs in  plain and initialed. A new shipment, from Wilson  Bios.. Chicago, and E ifc X. Carrie, Toronto, of the very  latest th'niin Men's Neckwear, Puffs, Ascots, Derbvs,  Four-iii-haudi-, etc. We will appreciate a share of your  Xmas nude and know we can please you in quality and  in price.  Our New Fancy China and Crockery  is all here ami open for inspection.  GRANBYC0.T0  SPEND $125,000  Increasing:,the Capacity of the  Smelte��v;  HANDLE 700 TONS MORE OKI* DAILY  Two New Fur/uc-a,.New Blowing Engine*,  Two New '(.'inverting Shells, Malorsand  other, Machinery. ,   ;  Boundary Mining Notes  The Hunter=Kcn(Ifich Co./ Ltd.  WIOKNIX. GRBB.WOOD . "  ..    GRAND FORKS  !The Granby Company will spend  $1 asjooo this year adding two furnaces  to its smelter and increasing its daily  tonnage from 2,000 tons to 3,700 tons,  says the Spokesman-Review. Jay P.,  Graves, manager of the Granby mines  and of'the 'smelter at'Gtand Foiks;  has��� returned from:a visit to the pro  peities and . announces that he has  deteiinined.upoii the'improvements' to  be made this year in accordance with  the directions of ..the. new board of  directors, after the annual'meeting of  tlie stockholders, held in Montreai in  October. ,:  Mr. Graves said : "Weshall increase  the daily smelting capacity 70b tons  and will.'put in the necessary blowers  for handling the ore, motors for driving them, and engines and cars for  moving the slag. Blowing \ engines  will also' be added to the smelter to  increase the'converting'capacity.  ������������:."We have six furnaces and two  more will be put in next year. The  10 shells in the converters will be increased to 12 when all the improvements are in. At the mines new bins,  crushers, and motors will be put in to  take the ore from, No. 3 tunnel. Electee, haulage engines will be used to  land tlie oreat the railroad."  Diamond drilling operations are still  in progress.at the Granby mines.    ���  The Hope No! 2 in Skylark camp,  has been bonded by W., N. Cornish.  Machinery for the Belts &��� Hesperus  mines has arrived at Grand Forks, including an air compressor, etc.  ���, The Silver King made a shipment  of seven tons of ore, going out with  the Silver Cloud ore to the Greenwood  smelter.  At the Greenwood smelter the  briqueiting building is pearly completed, arid tbe.;inachinery is about to be  installed. ! ���'.,"';���  Eight men are now employed at the  Oro Denoro in Summit camp, and it  is intended to increase; the shipments  of ore shortly. *:  It is anticipated that ore shipments  will be started from the" Last Chance  mine, being operated byt-D.W.McVicar,  at rio distant date.     ������',..  On account of needing some new  parts for the boiler, which had given  out, work at the Athlesfan has been at  a standstill (or several davs.  Shipments from the;;'Rawhide mine  are expected to be started next week,  when; the second, furnace at the Botin  dary Falls smelter will 'also be blown  in.' '       ,'.;';' '* i: .  Tlie two new furnaces to be added  to the present battery of six at the  Granby smelter, will, have an area of 70  \o  feet ��� for  the  old  BOUNDARY TONNAGE  FOR NOVEMBER  FORABOUNTY  0M0PPER0RE  Rossland    Board    of   Trade  Makes a Move.  STRONG RESOLUTION   WAS   PASSED  Mrmorlal Will be Sent to the Dominion Government Through Aitoclated Boards ot  Trade.  Was Greatest Month Yet For  Shipments.  A compilation of the tonnage of ore  sent out from the several low grade  mines of the Boundary for the month  of November, as nearly as they could be  ascertained, shows that last month's  output exceeded that for October by  about 3,000 tons, and in addition November has the highest total of any  month since Boundary mines commenced shipping ore. Following are  the appioximale figures from each of  the mines:  Mine Tons ���  Granby mines    .   . . 45,089  Mother Lode  15,376  Brcoklyn-Stetn'winder    71650  Emma    2,650  720  132  4'5  99  Athlestan-Jackpot .  Mountain Rose.   Senator .-.   Oro Denoro   High  G'ade  mines and   Miscellaneous .. .   ���75  November total .72,306  The total for the eleven months of  1904, up to December 1st, is a little  short of 750,000 tons. As the monin  of December promises to exceed November in output, the year's totpl will  probably be not far from 830,000 tons.  This ore was all t rep ted at the three  district smelters at Boundary Falls,  Greenwood and Grand Forks, the  balance going to the smelters at Nelson and Trail. At $5 per ton the  November Boundary ore output was  valued at about $350,000.  Mcllale and Rumberger Blocks Completed.  This week King Edward Lodge No.  36, A. F. &'A. M., moved into its  new location in the McHale building  on Knob Hill avenue. The building  is 30 x 60 feet in size, two stones high  and is well built throughout, being a distinct addition to the street. The entire upper floor is occupied by the  Masons', while R. H. Kaiatofsky has  fitted up the lower floor with the best  billiard and cigar store in the Boundary.  The Rumberger block, on Dominion  avenue is also   practically  completed.  >r .Gordon has his office in the second  story while the Thomas Drug Co. has  fitted up an up-tc-date store on the  ground floor. The location of the  building is a convenient one, adjoining the postoflice block.  feet, as against  furnaces. . '���-.",  ���-���'   ���' '���������'������   . ���'o.j:*   .-.'���'  Today is the monthly payday at the  Granby and Montreal & Boston mines,  when the wages for the, month of November will ,be distributed, amounting  to about $50,000,    ���?:  ���'"P. IT. McCaskill and associates wre  awarded the contract for sinking 50  feet of a shaft on the Lancashire Lass,  in Summit camp, by the Montreal &  Boston Consolidated. >'  Ore is coming in over the Great  Northern to the Granby smelter from  the LeRoi No. 2, White Bear and  Jumbo, at Rossland;! Hunter V. at  Ymir, and Copper,U\e$ and Mountain  Lion at Republic, etc; '"''  , It is expected that within a few days  arrangements will have been made for  working the Gold Bug,one of the prom-  mising claims in the high grade belt, in  which several Phoenecians are interested.  Mark F. Madden, of Chicago, president of the Providence Mining Co.,  Ltd., has purchased the Gold Finch  claim, adjoining the E. P. U., from W.  H. C. Sansome. Mr. Madden previously owned an eighth interest.  Superintendent Collins, of the  Montreal & Boston, is experimenting  with black powder in the quarrying  operations at the Rawhide, something  after the railway style of breakingrock.  He thinks it can be done with greater  economy than with dynamite.  It is the intention of the Montreal &  Boston to shortly make a raise, from  the 250 foot level of the Brooklyn  mine to the surface, south ol the Great  Northern tracks. As this is the lowest  part of the valley the raise will be  about 140 feet high, and will ventilate  the workings much better.  Returns from the third class car of  ore shipped from the Skylark mine  last week week were $40 per ton, it  being treated at the Granby smelter.  The car of first class ore which will be  shipped about the 15th, will be treated  at the Nelson smelter, as it will be too  high grade for reduction at the Granby  smelter.  This week the final work of preparing the Snowshoe machinery for  a term of idleness of greater or less  duration, was completed, after being  operated for several weeks, while the  mine was being examined by Prof. R.  W. Brock, pending the merger with  the LeRoi and Centre Star-War Eagle  mines at Rossland.  Two car loads of machinery arrived  for the Granby mines this week. It  comprised the parts for the new giant  ore crusher which is to be installed at  the No. 3 ore bins, now rapidly Hearing completion. The crusher will have  a capacity of 1,500 tons in one shift,  the ore from these bins being loaded  into Great Northern cars.  At a largely attended meeting of the  Rossland Board of Trade last Wednesday, a resolution was unanimously  passed, asking the Dominion government to grant a bounty on copper produced in this province, in view of the  many disadvantages under which copper mining has been forced to operate  in the last few years. A committee  was appointed to 'get the matter in  shape, and present it to the annual  meeting of the Associated Boards of  Trade of Eastern British, Columbia,  which will meet in January, for the  purpose of having a strong representation made to the Government at  Ottawa ori'this subject:  The resolution passed by the Rossland board was as follows:  "Resolved, that in view of the great  disadvantages which gold-copper mining is laboring under in this province,  and the vast revenue derived from it  by the Dominion government, the  Rossland board of trade do take steps  to petition the Dominion government  ���to'grant a bonus on copper, as they  have done on lead and iron, and that  this board shall, as a preliminary step,  invite the co-operation of the various  boards of trade' throughout the province, with a view to presenting a  unanimous memorial through ourrepre-  sentatives in the Dominion parliament."  Incalculable Benefit to Province;  One Or two of our contemporaries-  one in particular���are pitching into the  Granby Company, apparently because  its report-���published in our October  issue���does not show a profit of 50 per  cent on the year's operations. We despair of ever comprehending the complex mental equipment���oris it absence  of mental equipment?:���of some of the  mining journalists of this province.  The particular offender we had in  view made, if our memory serves us  right, another very savage attack on  the Granby people some years ago. It  is difficult' to understand why. The  operations of the Granby Company are  and have been of incalculable benefit  to the Boundary country in particular  and the province in general. They are  working on an immense scale, which is  soon to become larger. If there is any  local industry prepared to take their  place and do better, we await the information with anxiety.���Vancouver  B. C. Mining Exchange.  **�����+��*�������  local jottings  j ABOLISHED THE  CITY ROAD TAX  * ���������**>*���*�����  -*���*�� *�������������*��� *��������  J  The work of enlarging, the Boyle  block is nearly completed.  Smith Curtis was a visitor in the  city this week, on mining business intent.  Greenwood now has two members  of parliament, one each at Victoria'and  Ottawa.  Born, at Cascade, November 24th,  to the wife of Postmaster R. H.Ritchie,  a son.  Born at Grand Forks, November  30th, to the wife of G. \V. Clark, a  daughter.  Paul Hauck and family left for Slo-  can Tuesday, where they will make  their home.  After spending a month in camp  William Tomlinson returned to- Rossland last Saturday.  Rev. W. W. Baer, of Nelson, has  been giving a series of lectures at the  Methodist church this week.  John Hartman has been taken into  partnership with David Oxley in the  conduct of the Summit hotel.  B. C. Travis, manager of the Koot-  enay Engineering Works, at Nelson,  was a visitor in camp this week.  Mrs. R. B. Kerr was taken to the  Greenwood hospital Monday, suffering  from a light attack of pneumonia.  Ed. H. Mortimer has been appointed local agent for the B. C. Permanent  Loan and Savings Co., of Vancouver.  A. E. H. Clark and Ed Mosier, victims of a coasting accident recently on  First street, are getting along nicely.  Curt Zimmerman, who was loading  ore cars from the Brooklyn dump, fell  and had a rib broken last week Friday.  Jay Cramer, operated on for apperi,  dicitis a few weeks ago, was removed  from the hospital to his home this  week. .    ��� ..':'���'  The Thomas Drug -Co., which is  opening a store in Phoenix, has just  been incorporated   with  a  capital of  $15,000^     ;      '  Greenwood!s city fathers are proposing to pay the mayor $5 for each session of the council attended and the  aldermen $3 each.  . Provincial Constable I. A. Dins-  more, who is also chief license inspector for Boundary Creek License dis-  trict, was in the city Wednesday.  ARRANGED FOR JANUARY ELECTION  Sam Young, formerly a resident here,  was kicked by a   horse   on his  ranch  near Grand Forks   last   week   Friday  and died a few hours afterwards,  left a wife and child.  and in use the new 7,000 gallon tank,  womQ ue  from which the down town   supply of thg pui)i;c-  water is taken,   thereby  relieving the  main svstem.  Upper left hand corner, last page.  Greenwood Knights of Pythias have  elected the following officers for the following term: C. C,   L.   B. Hodge: V.  C, ). Cameron; P., J. Wilmshurst; M.  of \V\, A. Hallberg; F. and   R. S., A.  D. Hallelt; M. of F., C. Dunne; M. of  E., K. C. B. Frith; M. at A., N. Mc-  Leod;I. G., A. Lind; O. G., H.Wells.  W. F. Proctor, of Vancouver, has  been appointed manager of the Bank  of Montreal at Greenwood, Mr. De-  Veber having been promoted to a similar position in-Nelson. Mr. Buchanan, of Nelson, takes Mr. Finucane's  place at Spokane, and the latter will  look after the financial interests of his  father-in-law, Charles Sweeney, the  millionaire mine owner.  An Appreciation.  The Phoenix Pioneer is five years  old, and it stands today as one of the  best papers published in British Columbia. It is the only papar that has  remained under one management since  it started in all the Boundary country,  and this fact is due to the enterprise,  industry and ability of its editor, W.  U. Willcox. The Pioneer is one of  the few papers that will be read with  interest in British Columbia, in New  Brunswick, in England, or in South  America. It is up-to-date, it is live,  and it is forceful, and people lake to a  paper of that character. Long life to  you, Brother Willcox, and may you  reap the reward that you have earned.  ���Cianbrook Herald.  Surprise to Miss Fraser.  Monday evening about thirty-five  friends of Miss Anna Fraser, daughter  ot Master Mechanic Fraser, of the  Granby mines, descended upon the  Fraser residence on Granby place. It  was in the nature of a farewell surprise  party to Miss Fraser, who is soon to  leave Phoenix, and the evening was  most pleasantly passed. The announcement is made that Miss Fraser  will be married on December 27th to  Mr. V. G. Younghushand, formerly ol  Phoenix, but now a resident of Coleman, Alberta. The ceremony will  lake place at St. Andrews Presbyterian  church at noon.  If a town called Laurier is the ter  minus of the Grand Trunk Pacific,  there will be two of them in this province, one being already located on  the V., V. & E. railway, near Cascade.  S. L. Gray, formerly bookkeeper at  Gray's sawmill, at Danville, recently  amused himself by passing about $200  in checks on the First National Bank  of Spokane, a concern that is not in  existence. He is now a fugitive from  justice.  Last Tuesday Miss Anna Rogers  was married to Mr. E. W. Rogers of  Seattle, the ceremony being solemnized by Rev. Father Pecoul, of the  Roman Catholic church. The newly  married couple lelt on that day's train  lbs Seattle, where the groom is in business.  Phoenix Council Repealed the  By-Law.  latrodaced By.Uw Providing Itr Peaaltr for  Infractioai of the Early Clotlig By-Law���  Paid Blllf.  At Wednesday's weekly, meeting, of  the city council the chief item of business transacted was the reading for the  second lime of the by-law abolishing  the time honored road tax within the  limits of the corporation. Mayor  Rumberger arid Aids. Boyle, Delahay  and Marshall were present at the  meeting, besides the city clerk and city  solicitor.  The by law for providing a penalty  not exceeding $100 for the first time  for infraction of the early closing bylaw, was introduced and read for the  first time. D. J. Matheson was appointed as returning offcer for the city  election, nominations to take place on  January 9th, and polling, if any, on  January 12th, the city hall being used  for election purposes.  In this connection the city cleik  states that licenseholders and' house  holders desiring to register should  make their declarations in the month  of December to be entitled to vote at  the municipal election.  A. E. Ashcroft, who is surveying  the city^cemetery, was present at the  meeting and his plan was approved.  The following   accounts were approved by the finance committee and  ordered paid:  Morrin, Thompson & Co.. ..$ 22 15  A. Groulx   N. Lemieux   B. C. Telephone Co   Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  6 00  31 00  9 00  207 36  Here in An ither Week.  Today the railroad  men expect to  have the Deadman  bridge completed  and   the  steel    across.    As  there  is  nothing more of moment to delay  the  work, those in charge confidentlly ex-  ~' 1 pect that the Great Northern rails will  e|be laid into Phoenix by the  time another issue of the Pioneer is before the  The water company has  completed | ^"'F-    " t����y would hurry   up  and  put  in  the, School  street bridge,   it  would be a great  accommodation  to  Pretty Polly Coming Soon.  The celebrated musical comedy,  Pretty Polly, in which the dainty comedienne, Miss Ada Palmer Walker, who'  was for a long time the leading star in  Whitney's "Dolly Varden," the great  sensation in the largest cities, appears  is one of the most laughable presentations . before the public. From the  rise of the curtain until the close, it is  one constant stream of ludicrous,  though natural situations, splendid musical numbers, good acting and gorgeous costumes. Miss Palmer is supported by a strong company of artists.  The play is after the manner of the  Beggar Prince Co. productions.  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw Yohk���Copuer, electrolytic, $14."  T, B'iflo.OO; hike. $14.87,l,j@ 15.25  Bur Silver. 59%  Lead, $4.t!0 at ?4.75.  Constable!). J. Darraugh is now  on his annual rounds, collecting the  provincial revenue or poll tax.  141,326  7,455  i Morrison, "         .... 150  B.C. Mine, Summit   19,404   47,405     14,811  I R.Bell, "         5��0  Emma, " ....       650      8,530  Senator "          ������������  Oro Denoro "          ������   ���  Brev Fogle "          ��� ��� ��� -  No."37 "    Mountain Rose "    Reliance .... ....  Winnipeg,   Wellington.      1,076      1,040  Golden Crown,       "             2,250  Uhelstan-Jackpot "             1,200        550  King Sc'.oinon, W.Copper      875_  " So. 7 Mine, Central  665  j City of Paris,     "         2,000  Jewel, Long Lake 160        350  j Carmi, West Fork       1 Providence,   Providence        J Elkhorn   j! Skylark Skylark         I E. P. U and  Goldfinch         Ruby.   Boundary   Falls      ; 80  I Miscellaneous ...'        3,230    3,456  Gsrans  wms:  m  SttRSSKlWh  TmR$M&%%  ���nfwmaCBOTW  riSrKWHKKi  -.��..-_���-" ����� i.    ��� 1   {  s .      1 -��� ,. a ���>��   . ��� * ��� 1 -^       .�� - * ��� ,,i , ��� 1.    1 ���     ���;   ���' "s- 1    ��� -        .���-   . 1;,  " *fs ���?'"- ' --������r;v"i;^V'v ftf^^S'  iilfifp.  S$S-J&PMf''  If;  "s����-i ���  Si  l|��illf  III  ��  ffiffi  lK  Swf  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ::���;���? ���*,  Why Feel Blue  It's notnece>saiy- if you can buy a packet of  TEA.    A cup or two, properly made and steaming hot, will  quickly chase the blues away and not affect the nerves.  "' '     '   ' -J      ���'-*''   Ask for BLUE RIBHON TEA to clay.'  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  ISSUKD ON SATURDAYS H- TIIR  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  XT PHOENIX, B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Telephones  Bqslnesl office No, 14.  Manager'a retldence. No, 15.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year $J.oo  Six Months  2.95  [f you are not a subscriber to this paper, this  la an Invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates lurmshed 011 application.  r,egal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Pour weekly Insertions constitute one mouth's  advertising.  portfolio.     We hope he gets it, foi its i 9  surely coming to him. j  ���O  Lost, strayed or stolen���a custom  house for Phoenix. Liberal ��� not  Conservative���reward paid to finder,  with preference to Duncan Ross, M. P.  The Phoenician who does not send  a copy of the profusely illustrated number of the Pioneer to his friends in the  the East,' will icgret it when it is too  late.  PROVINCIAL.  li  B, C MINING  fiootenay Engineering Wor&s  NELSON,B. C  rounders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing: a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Ckawkouu Dopbi.k Ropk Akbial Tramway System, Limited.  Mininv an.I Mill Machine���, Ore Gars,��� Bm-keta. Tanks, etc.   Iron and Brass Castings.   A large ami .���oinplete stork  cation.   Spwiul iittention given to mail ordeis.   Scrap Iron bought by the carload. . .     ���  (��������� ami w...kH. -   B.C. TRAVIS, Manager, ���   u: N "^'."h. a-  lAiot'f Park Klit'et.  th  e  yeai  the  1904  DEC.  1904  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Frl.  Sat.  1  2  3.  4  5  6 7 ���' 8  9  10  n  12  ��� 13 . r4 '5 l6  17  18 19  20 21  22 23  24  25 26  27 28 -29 30  3i  POST-ELECTION AMENITIES.  '   In its lasV;issue, the- Greenwood  Times gels off the following :  "The Phoenix Pioneer ought to be  liable for action for libel for the publication last week of that picture labelled  Duncan Ross.' If that picture had  appeared before election in place of  the Pioneer's editorials, Ross might  have been defeated."  The humor of this matter is that the  plate referred to was secured in the  Times office itself, with the assurance  that it had never been used. As a  matter of fact, it did not do justice to  our esteemed M. P. from the little  town at the foot of the hill, but at the  same time made a better showing than  any of the' photographic reproductions  that have occasionally been printed in  the columns of- the Times. Another  thing is that it was not printed in the  Pioneer top of column, next to reading  matter, three times in succession, as a  similar one���not a whit better in appearance���that appeared in the Times  itself, and which nearly cost Mr. Ross  his election,'so many think.,  As a matter of fact, no one knows  better than Mr! Ross himself that he  was not elected on his merits, but  simply because the bulk of the voters  wished to be on the winning side, the  , election having been held later than  the regular elections throughout the  Dominion, to give Mr, Ross that  chance, which, as it proved, he sorely  needed. Mr. Ross had a popular opponent in Martin Buirell, and the  Grit member's chances would have  been siim indeed had Mr. Burrell been  given a fair show.  Incidentally, the Times did not state  which one of the many and vaiious  inteiim editors-of that paper was in  charge last week. But it wits a good  issue, anyway.  E/iderby's application for incorporation has been gazetted.  The citizens''of New Denver are  erecting a 150-foot link.  Dr. Rose will oppose John Houston  for the mayoralty of Nelson.  Slocan Lake ore shipments total  2,134 tons to date for the year.  Hedley's first weekly newspaper is  to be known as the Gazette, Major  Megaw being the editor.  The C. N. P. Coal Company will  take over the C. P. R. bianch of Coal  Creek on or about Dec. 15th.  Justice Aulay Morrison, recently appointed to the supieme court, is holding his first sittings in Kootenay.  W. W. B. Mclnnes, M. P. P., and  Frank Oliver, M. P., are mentioned  for the governorship of the Yukon.  Sandon has completed organization  of it's board of trade, with Mr. M. L.  Grimmett, president; Louis Pratt, vice-  president, "and W. \V. Fallows, secretary-treasurer.  The plaintiffs in the two test damage action's against the Crows Nest  Pass Coal Co., tesulting from the ex  plosion at Coal Creek in 1902 have  determined to appeal from the finding  of Mr. Justice Martin to the full  court.  He 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. I used  a few bottles of Nerviline and was perfectly cured. I can recommend Nerviline as a sure cure for sciatica; its excellent also for rheurmtism and neuralgia.'- Try Nerviline. 25c, at all  druggists.  Sandi n ore shipments for  are 10,600 tons.  Good ore  has been   found  at  1450 foot level of the Le Roi mine.  Rossland's ore output last week was  7.35��.t��"fi or   322,193  ions   for  the  year.   ' ��� ���������-.:.'  The Similkanieen now has an oie  exhibit at Vancouver, sent from 1'iiiice-  ton.  The Baltimore and Pontiac on  Woodbeiry creek will soon begin ore  shipments.  Thousand ounce silver.ore is being  taken from the Beatrice mine, in the  Lardeau.  The Tyee has paid another divii'^nd,  having distributed $180,000 to date in  dividends.  A profit of $27,000 is reported as  having been made by the LeRoi mine  in Octobei.  A dividend ol" one and one half pei  cent has been declared by the Canadian Gold Fields Syndicate, Ltd.  In Novembei the ihi^.2 Colleiies 01  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. shipped  74,569 tons of coal, and   21,107   tons  Ol rnl/<* ������ .���.���.  Fiom the Fishei Maiden 500 tons of  ore have been taken out in process of  development; 100 tons tan over $300  a ton. ' 1  It is teported that the Ferneau  smelter, which was to have been built  ct Fernie, is likely to be erected at  Frank in Alberta.  Operations of the Centre Star mine  at Rossland for the last year show a  profit of $14,394-34, out of total receipts of $285,000.  Manager Rogers of the Daly Reduction company,- Hedley City, has  made a small cash payment and taken  a working bond of $160,000 on the  Maggie group of mining claims, in the  Aspen Grove camp, Nicola Valley mining division. Mr. Rogers will spend  considerable money on machinery lo  equuip the mine, as all development  possible without the aid of maceinery  has been pei formed.  Air Compressors  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL COw  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Branch Offices and. Warehouses':  ROSSLAND, uREE-NW Ol.D  VANCOUVER,  1!. C.  AND  '' ��� 4  ��������������������������������������������������  r  HOLIDAY ISSUE  OF THE  PHOENIX PIONEER.  2      Preparation-;  are   now   being  a made for the publication  of the  a Holiday Issue of the Pioneer.  4     It is the intention to make the  ���' number    even   more   attractive  ��� than  last  winter's  issue,  which  ��� met with such a hearty reception  ��� all over the Boundary, and to  f that end we invite the co-oper  OLLA PODRIDA.  The blindness of love enables young  people to economize in gas.  NOTED IN PASSING.  Those doughty Japs are still whanging away at Port Arthur���and some  day it will take a drop.  It begins to appear as though Phoenix  might have  a daily mail  service  .- with Greenwood���some sweet day.  British Columbia copper shaies are  a pretty good thing to hang on to���if  the stock market is any criterion.  Its a poor year when the Granby  Co, is not doing some enlarging of  some kind,  Another week arid Phoenix will have  .direct communication with a second  transcontinental railway.  That big banquet at Victoria was  quite a boost to strengthen Senator  Templeman's aspirations "for'a cabinet  A man's conscience is continually  reminding him of his neighbor's sinfulness.  0  Some men refuse to wear glasses because they are blind to their own interests.   ,  *  It's all right for a man lo talk himself up, providing he doesn't run others  down.  *.   '  Vice is always punished ��� on the  stage. Even a peaceful man is ever  ready to strike a bargain.  *  Happiness   may   be   better     than  wealth, but the average man would  like to try a large dose of each simultaneously.  Best Remedy for Consllpitlon.'  . "The finest remedy for constipation  I ever,used is Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets," says Mr. Eli Butler, of Frankville, N. Y. "They act  gently and without any unpleasent  effect, and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural condition." Sold by all  druggists.  alion of every business and mining man in Phoenix. The more  liberally it is patronized, the better it will be.  This number will be profusely  illustrated with half-tone engrav- 4>  ings of mining, scenes, business ���  houses, etc. ���  Sufferers from sciatica should not  hesitate to use Chamberlain's Pain  Balm. The prompt relief from pain  which it affords is alone worth many  times its cost.    Sold by all druggists.  MINERAL ACT.  Cfktiitcatk or Improvements.  NOTICK.  Summit, Mavlloue", Hopewell, Balsam Fractional, Cabot Fractional and Mayllower Fractional Mineral clainn, situate in the Green-  wood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���in summit camp  Take Kotice that I, Isnue H. Ilaflett, as agaut  for Dousald Mclnnis, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B74S9I; Oeorgc W. Rmnuerger, Free  Miner's Certificate No. -B80">33; ami Thomas  Roderick, Free Miner's Ci-rtiflcate No BSfMOI,  intend, sixty davstrom the date hereif, to apply to the Mining .Recorder for certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  frown Cants for tho above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section S7, must be commenced b< fore tlie issuance of such Cei tificates of Improvement.  Dated this29th day of September, A. D. 1504.  _f,_ I.H. HAI.LETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  LINGERING COLD.  STRICTLY BUSINESS  Common sense is uncommonly good  advertising.  Hard work is first aid to the  injured in fortune's battle.  Don't write against space. Better a  paragraph to the point than a page of  twaddle.  Make noise according to your size.  The sparrow's twitter is enough, likewise the lion's roar.  The world will be slow in making a  "beaten path" to the unknown one if  his competitors are shrewd enough to  open up the broad highway of advertising.  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.  Latest Mining   Stock Quotations,  Setli and Jerry ^'in-ral Claims, .situate in the  Ureeuwoo-' Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located, in Long Lake camp.  fake notice that I, Albert E. Ashcrofl. acting as age'it for the Jewel Gold Mines Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85.6.17, intend  sixty days.from the date heieof, to apply to th>  Mining Recorder for a Certlfi.-ate of Improve  incuts, for the purpose of obta'tiing a Crowr  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that act.on under sec  lion 37,must be commenced before thei'suance c  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of August, 1904,  ALHKRTH.ASHCROFT, P. L.   S  CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER  Four Million Dollars  Great strength, long experience and thorough  equipment enables this bank to offer prompt  and efficient service in every branch of the  Banking Business.  3 per cent interest on Savings Accounts.  EasternTownships Bank  ESTAHLISHED   1859.  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Loccmotivcs  For All Purposes.  I Kor milieu, int-idcoroiitf-iiliii-frviVe, for  Loyginir Bonds, fur ruiiiiactnre. C<in-  venient 10 opi'ruU\ quick ami powciful,  quick delivery, fully guuianteeu, aiiv bizo, anv required t vpo, unv width of eiiujir,  with or without tenders. ��� BUILT BY ���  (���  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  These engines may be s-en in services at the mines of ttranliv Co.. Phoenix, H. C.  D.J. MATJiESON.  INSURANCE AGENT,  KIKE, LIKE, ACC DENT.  t:<niitni>u>tmn>r fur Inking Affidavit,,  Phoenix, ]|. (;  H. B. KERR,  ,    Bakkistik and Solicitor,  notary- public.  PHOENIX, B.c.  GEOKGE GIBSON  SIEVING PARLORS  an 1. BATHROOM.  ���������������-Williams Ulock,cor. ��� t;  I IIOKNIX, H. (J.  Kltsi hi' I Old Irohxiik-KAvc  KingEdwardLoa,gc1No.36  : A- F. aiiil A. M.  /<VV ���   Ko-.iiiarniiimirlriiiicii !> p. ,���     ,  C M jt    .oml Thursday ol each innull, '  Hal', Morrlnon-Ainlcrwiii Mjlc ��  .vV.RUMHHRdUIt,  ... .7U1UIHIV.  W.G.KKASkr  ���>'.M.  I. O. O. F.  SNi)WSII0Ht.0l)u'��,N0.4,  lcvl�� nxiy .Mondiiy liven n'g i,t   Hardy  ||��!|  VUuing i.ruhirn ckkiIiiII) invitee].  Alex.Mllkic, ,v. (j.  OGO. R. MltAO, Kec Bec'y.  Win. Dvluhuy, I'rr. hi..,riCJ..  DAN DKAN, ires.  l'HUKNIX Ah Kit.  NO. 158.  At 1 lull* 011 Friday  ���I Sji'l'.in., .11 hurt  I) ill 11 HuX  VIhIUiik ll.ftlurii  rdlhllj invited.  WM.FI.KMINO.Scc,  <8P  Oregon  SHOipLlNE  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  I P. burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, (JKEENWOOD, B. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, II. C.  ���  ���  ���  ���  Wholesale and Detail Heat Merchants.!  Markets at Nelson, 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.  and union Pacific  ONLY LINE  EAST   Via.:' .  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  ��trani8hip tickets to Europeuiul oilier  foreign coiustricH.  Leaves  Dally  Spokane Time Schedule.  Kflectlve Nov. ��j 1903  Arrir.';  Dally  ���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-�����-���-���-  Withstood   Other   Treatment   But   Quickly  Cured by Cbamberlalc's Cough Remedy.  "Last winter I caught a severe cold  which lingered for weeks," says J.  Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My  cough Mas very dry and harsh. The  local dealer recommended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed  it, so I gave tt a trial, One 25 cent  bottle of it cured me. I believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be the  best I have ever used." This is one  of the most staple medicines in use.  Thousands have testified lo its excellence. It not only cures a cold quickly and effectually but counteracts any  tendency towards pneumonia. It is  equally valuable tor children and may  be given to them with with implicit  confidence. It always cures and is  pleasant to take. There is no danger|^Sene'"'"  in giving it to children for it contains Tom ThuniU".V"���".i^l"���l".V.V."  no opium or other harmful drug. Sold wS^'S^^rZlr  by all' druggists. 1 w,,ite B���r   J 1 ��� ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.   Tlie most perfecty appoinie   ,.��� ith  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with a  ]>lelesystem of Baths���including Turkish an I  tussian. Open the year round. The curative  properties of its waters are unequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Ntrvou, and Muscular Troubles.  Kor Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  niliuents.  for Eliminating all MetalllePoi.ssiia from the  System '.  The gtaudeur or the scenery is unrivaled  Mountains,snow peaks, forests, lakes.woterfalls  boating, yachting;, fishing, shooting, excursion,  tcniiii. Its winter rliiunte is umwrpiiued <i r  miMii -w  j DRINK  i Phoenix Beer t  T  ������ ���  ��� Made horn the BEST MALT and   PUREST 1  7.15 d. m. FAST MAIf.^To and from      .  Coeurd'Aleiiedlntiicl.I'arm-  iiigtou Garfield I olfiir, 1'ull.  man,   'Moscow,   ���Poiueroy,  Wiiitabmg, Dayton, Walla  Wnlln, I'end tlon, liakerCity  and all points Kast.,,.,.,;.;...-_ 8.00  1:30 p. 111. liXPKKSS���For. Hariiiiiigton  ���   GurfUld, Colfnx,   Pullman  MuMowr.Lcwistoii, Portland  .  San Francisco, Halter L'ity  and all points KAST.  KXPRIJSS-rFrom all polnln  JCast, Baker City, Kan Francisco, Portland, Colfax, Oar-  field aiid Fariulngtoii.... 11.10a.a1  ���Kxccpt Sunday;    ;  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  Sun Fiancisco-Portlanil Route.  Steamers sail from Alnsworth aoc^, Portland,  at 8 p. 111. and from Spear Street wharf, SaiiPrnu-  Cisco, at 10 n. m. every five days.'.  Tickets 011 saleat all S. F & N. Station!.  For further information as to rates, time 1  trains, equipment,etc., address  GKO. J. MOIILKR.Gciieral Agent,  Riverside Ave.. Spokane, Wash  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having -it. ���  PHOENIX BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  Standard Ave:, and Banner St. :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  -��-��-��-#- c 0 9 8 A-*-��-aHft~9-  Gait Coal  delivered to any part of  the cily; .  Hay, Gyala,  Oats, Wheat, ���Fkkd.etc.  I-arge stock.  Spokane Falls  No*tke*nRy.  The only nil rail route liutween points  wi8t. west nntl boh Hi to KoKslaiiJ. Nelson. Grand Forks ami Republic:.  Un/let cars run between Spokune and  Vorthport.  KFFKCTIVKJUNK14. 1903.  Leave. .'.rrire  8:'5n in  Spokane.... .....6:15 p. m-  .0.40a. m  Rosilaud......... <y5Pn'-  7:io��. m Nelson 7 10 p. m.  10:35 a. m Grand Forks....... 4:00 0. ni.  ������mob. in Republic 6:15p.m.  Save  TifllC afl the time  BV USING  &       Good Day Wood.        ��g  ASKED  American Boy  2^  Ben Hur ���...         *y.  Black Tail         3  II. C Copper $6 00  Canadian Gold I'ields         4}f  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-dtv.)         2  Center Star.        35  Crow's Nest Pass Coal   Denoro Mines   Fairvicw         3  Fisher Maiden M        3  Giant          2  Granby Consolidated  J5 75  International Coal       30  Juno         5  Morning Glory   1  Mountain Lion         8  Montreal & Boston $2 00  North Star, IE. K.)   Payne :.....:.... ..v.........  Quilp ; ���  Rambler-Cariboo   San Poll  It  *&-  9  35s  2  $5 oa  3  I  Si 3$  4  M  *i 50  'li  7  45-  1  lo.  1  3  J. B. MACAULAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  &jtj&  PHOENIX, B G.  When Your Appetite Fails  And it makes you dizzy to even  think of eating, you need Ferrozone  the greatest 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 after-satisfaction in eating is. an  other result from Ferrozone which improves the digestion and converts  everything eaten.into nourishment for  the blood, and brain and nerves.. Just  one Ferrozone tablet after meals, easy  to lake and pleasant. Try Ferrozone.  Price 50c, at druggilsts.  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Prop?.  Knob Hill Ave.,       ^(o^       Phoenix/B. C.  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Palace and Tourist Slfopers, IIm?'1  Library Cars, Modern dmy'Conches, Dining Cars, Menls it La Carte.  Best Meals <m Wheels.  iveryihing New ���S  AND   OTHER  AND SADDLES!  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE.,  COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  $.��~  WANTED.-HEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school cdacatlon, that are tired of  wprkinir for small wages, to qualify as salaried  ad -writers-or Phow-card writers throuRh our  Instruction by mail. Prices low; terms easy: no  books to buy. Send for clrctilnr. c��-,f'-.- whore  you sow this ud mid wi.icn posliii. ��� \ .<u wnnl  lNTEBNf.TTON.tJ.    CokBl:sK.KDLSi:. i IIOOLt  ccrnnioii, 1'..  Phoenix Bakery,  PhoenlxUtreet.   'Phouesa,  We make good bread,     Try it,  '.���; ��� .C. W. GREER, Propriktor  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  ^ EAST AND WHSr.  For rates and foltlerTiuitl full illfi'J"'^  tion rpgardinit trips call oil or a'ddren  any agent of the S. F. & N. Railway or  H. Brandt,  C. P. AT. A.,  701 W. Riverside.  Spokane. An.  H. A, Jackson,  ;   G.F.AP.A.,  Spokane.  Waal  Wanted.  Men and women in this county and  adjoining territories, to represent ana  advertise an old established house ot  solid financial standing. Salary to  men $21 weekly, to women$12to?'  weekly with expenses advanced eacn  - -       -    -    -     ���  ' im  ished  Monday by check direct from head  quarters. Horse and buggy furn  when necessary; position pcrmanen ���  Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Vc\*. *,  Monon Bldg., Chicago, III.  ,   \  ^ Jti  ��� '���''tTii*  ? "if.  ^!;:":!-Vv>.  r., laie  mmmsmsmmimimiEwrrrcvrp^srff  mKBSSSgRfciS THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ift"i  '~&  i  Price Responsibility "  The price branded  on the sole of the  Goodyear Welted  " Slater Shoe," by its makers,  is their (not the dealer's)  valuation, and they know  the wear value put into the  Slater Shoe  SCHOOLS OF  THE BOUNDARY  Report of  David Wilson, Inspector  ON TEN INSTITUTIONS OF LEAINING  For Men  $4,00  $5.00  For Women gg  Including Grand Forks, Greenwood, Phoenix,  and Eight Smaller Places���Comments of  Mr. Wilson.  HUNTER-HEINDRICK CO., LTD., Phoenix, B. ���.  Local Agents.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  which gives Perfect Work in tht't-horlctt  limi' with tlie gicatcsl pufc of op<Miitiuii.  Write for CulnlofTCc.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  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  nAr.n   /Jncludiiifi Handsome Portraits  jOCi    V.ofKiiiK Kdward. 17x32 inches.y. ---  Phoenix Pioneer and New York  "World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year .......................  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Stat,  both one  year:. ....... ..--.. ....-  $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.7  Subscriptions received to all Magazines anil Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C  tfht   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  Through Salt. Lake Citv, Glcnwood Springs, Leiulvillc, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  umm mt mmqh Nature's Art Goiiery  - Passing Castle Gate, Cation of The Grand Tennessee Pass,  Passing Castle ��.-.-. -   Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  T, Past Trains Daily Bet, Ogden and Denver 3  "      Equipment and Service Second to None  FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  SEEK NO FURTHER,  W. O. McBRlDE, General Agent  For Detailed Information, address ������������������  124 Third Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.  sr phoe  And Boundary Mining Journal,  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on B undarv Mining Mutters.  Simply send a $* bill for year's trial to  F.onehr Pub. Co., Fhouix, B. C  The thiiH-thhd annual repoit of the  public s-nools of ihe piovince, foi  year ending J.unu 30, tyoj, l:as lately  been publMied by the government,  being the report of Hon. F. J. Fulton,  minister'of education.  In that |K>rt of the volume devoted  to the public schools of ihe Boundaiy,  David H'ikoii, inspectot, made ihe  followirg (l.iieinents fiom visits to the  lo ihe ten schools ol ibis section  Grand Forks Hic.ii School.���Inspected M.nch 221,d, 1904; 16 pupils  present. Several classes or groups;  all pupils, with one exception, studying  junior course; good supply o( maps, as  well as of pnysical and chemical apparatus ; class-work going on quite  satisfactorily. 'This school was established in September, 1903, and at time  of visit had an eniolment of 23. J\t  the high school examination held in  July last a pupil of this school obtained a third class ceitificate of qualification as a teacher.  Grand Fokks Graded School.���  Inspected March 2 island 22nd, 1904;  185 pupils present. 'The unfonuratc  closing ol the school during the fall  term, on account of an epidemic, con-  sidetsbly ictaided the progress of the  pupils. Notwithstanding the loss of  time just noted, general good standing  lias been attained. 'The first division  passed nine pupils for entrance to the  High school : at midsummer all who  were presented (7) proved successful.  Good manual work aimed at in all  classes ; neatness of High school entrance papeis specially commented  upon by the examine) s; maiked attention to language subjects thioughout  school, inlet mediate giade well taught;  piimaiy woik maintains its foimei  standaid; lessons caiefully illustrated  and inteiest aroused. Both library and  apparatus have received considerable  additions during the year ; school  grounds planted with shade trees. It  is also worthy of mention that the  principal has instituted, for the,summer months, the patriotic ceremony of  flag-raising as a part of the opening exercises each morning ; the children are  massed around the flag-pole, and while  a pupil slowly hoists the flag, all sing  the national anthem.  Greenwood.���Inspected December  9th, 1903, and March 16th, 1904; 71  pupils present. Fair attendance for  enrolment; both senior and intermediate' pupils in first division, which on  occasion of second visit was found in  charge of a different teacher; school  under excellent control; neater written  exercises to be aimed at; arithmetic  and language subjects to be strengthened ; general improvement may be  looked for; two High school pupils in  attendance; second division composed  of second reader and junior classes; a  limited amount of. material for illustration of lessons; considerable progress in some subjects ; writing fairly  neat; primaiy language and number to  have moie attention; reading of older  classes expressive ; stoty of lesson well  reproduced. 'Two of the class present  ed in June last at the Cential High  school entrance examination were successful iii obtaining certificates  ��� Phoenix.���Inspected March 17th,  1904; Si pupils present. Senior and  intermediate pupils in lirst division;  difficulty in securing home study of  lessons during winter; more review  and oral work in arithmetic needed ;  language subjects fair; oral geography  and history well taken; literature and  drawing good; children somewhat untidy in appearance; second division  consists of intermediate and junior  pupils; teacher enthusiastic and painstaking ; work going on quite satisfactorily. It is suggested that the Board  have the floors of the school-house  scrubbed more frequently. During the  year two pupils of this school were  successful in passing the examination  lor entrance tr a High school.  Anaconda.���Inspected March 15th,  1904; 31 pupils present. Condition  of school greatly improved; pupils  much interested in studies and in general reading; composition and writing  now more creditable; drawing carefully taken up ; deportment of pupils excellent.  Boundary Falls,.���Inspected December 9th, 1903; 10 pupils present.  No advanced  pupils;   fair work   in  reading and number; little attention  to training in language ; writing poor;  intermediate grade to have oral history  and geography; more teaching to be  done.  ���Cascade.���Inspected March 24th,  1904 ; 7 pupils present. On the occasion of visit, the enrolment for the  year had leached 22, hut fully 10  school children had already left the  distiict. Iiregular attendance has no  doubt inteifered much with the pro-  giess of classes; teacher inexperienced;  piimary and inteimedinte woik found  difficult to teach ; senior class appar  ently piomoted too soon; there is a  consequent lack of thoroughness; more  teaching of lessons generally needed;  impiovement looked for, as teacher  has high scholastic qualifications.  Deadwood.���Inspected March 15th,  1904; 16 pupils picsent. An attia':-  livc schouhoom; in some respects a  model tural school ; teacher enthusiastic and interested in work ; cieditable  results secured especially in reading,  spelling and language. Last spring a  small libiaiy and a suii.-ibie book-case  were purchased from the proceeds of a  school enteitainment. 'The books  were selected fiom those included in  catalogue issued duiing the year by  education department of the province.  Eholt.���Inspected March tSth,  1904; 17 pupils piesent. Language  subjects need more attention; insufficient teaching of lessons; oral pait of  course weak, but showing improvement ; written work of pupils neat and  often good; drawing poor; books to be  kept clean ; primary number good.  Kettle River.���Inspected March  22nd, 190457 pupils present; 18 pupils  enrolled. School in fair condition  children further advanced in some  subjects than age should warrant. On  account of the low average attendance  maintained at this school, it was closed  in May, 1904. Kettle river school  was opened nearly 14 years ago, and  was for some time the only school In  the Boundary. The old log building  has done excellent educational service  for the community.  Kettle River, North.���Inspected  March 23id, 1904; 11 pupils present.  'Three families represented ; considerable progress since last visit; oral lessons in histoiy and geography to be  given to intermediite made; language  and wn'ting geneially good ; memoiy  woik in liter aim e to be insisted upon ;  indifferent lesults in drawing; teachei  without set, of text books.  Midway.���Inspected March 14th,  1904; 26 pupils present. Geneial  character of work satisfactory; oral part  of course weak ; language subjects need  moie attention ; several intermediate  pupils have made exeellent progress ;  manual work impicved. At central  examination held in June last, a pupil  of this school passed the standard for  admission to a High school. During  the past three yeais, the Midway school  has a record of four successful candidates for High school entiance.  t^ B*G Assay ���&  Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Direct Importers of Assayers' Supplies.  Sole Agents in B. C. for the well-known  Battersea Crucibles, Scoriliers, Muffles,  etc. Selling agents for the F. \V. P.rami  Co'sSpecialties Cary Furnaces, Burners,  etc. Mervks' Pure Chemicals, Assay Ma-  bor. Platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. Acids,  Itarnx Glass and all Heavy Chemicals.  Specialty���Silver Free Lead and Litharge.  Complete  Assay  Outfits    fnrnifhed   at  short notice.  Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsman!  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease  oil and rust stains, paint and and earth, etc., use  the "Master Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilet Soao Co. Mfrs  Catarrhal Deafness Is Caused  By a thickening of the lining membranes of the middle ear.owing to prolonged inflammation from catarrhal  germs. The only cure is fragrant, healing Catarrhozone, one which is carried  by the air you breathe to the remotest  parts of the throat and ear; it reaches  the source of the trouble and cures  deafness permanently. Every sufferer  from impaired hearing should use  Catarrhozone which has effected many  wonderful cures. You simply breathe  its healing medicated vapor���very easy  and pleasant. I >b this and your bear-  will be restored. Calarrhozone never  fails; it is guaranteed. 'Two months'  treatment for $1.00 at druggists.  Hospital Donations  I/irl of Donations received since Jan.  1st, 11104, to the Plioeuix 'General Hospital:  Cash $100 ('lenient S. Houghton, Mo.ston  Cash J500 ...; A friend  Cnshls.co A l-'rlend  Mdse. $13 00 A l'riend  Cash $5.00 J.J. Strutzel  Vraciure Bed ami Fnrnitnre.valne $6o���.A Friend  Cash $50 T. Eaton Si Co.. Toronto  Linen Mr*. I Orawfon  Chilian-arc Misses Crnu-ibrd  Cl  I- Jas Canadian Rand Drill Co  Cash $80 Hospital Waff  Landscape Harden Mrs. K. II. Kerr  9, Crate Strawberries J. II. Pe-ers  Syrup A l-'rieud  Cash $5.00 M. Mullin  Cash fi 00 A Friend  1 dot. lied Spreads  A Kriend  I'air Crutches.... George Chnplain  Granite Tea i'ot .....Morrill, Thompson & Co.  Magazines W. S. Mncy  Vegetables ..Mrs. J. K. Mills  Crntt Strawberries Mrs W. S. Mncy  Cash $1.00 per month .V. & N.Telephone Co.  (.'rate Strawberries Mr. W.S. Mncy  Cash, $60.00 Bachelors Dance  Cash. I5.00 Hobt Horrell  Jar Strawberry Jain Mrs. Win.  Fraser  ���J Cases Crab Apples W. s. Maey  Cash $5.00 A Friend  Cash $25 i\ Burns <.- Co  Bedside Tables, $10 :iark ,fc Rimis  Invalid chair Mrs. Hilda Smith  Wall nape-- forsittiinj rram Mrs. J. U. Bovle  Supplies Mrs W I. Gcriuaine  Poultry Mrs. Win. Delabay  Be Quick.  Not a minute should be lost when  a child shows symptoms of croup.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given  as soon as the child becomes hoarse,  or even after the croupy cough appears,  will prevent the attack. It never fails  and is pleasant and safe to take. For  sale by all druggists.  If Yoti're Interested  - IN  'THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  Phoenix  Pioneer  raasoBBiasuaBaBn  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest  News of Boundary's  Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  A. Mimro  Contractor and Builder*  0000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Pull Line of Hard Woods.   Shop on Dominion Avenue.  COPPER  The new edition of the .COPPER HANDBOOK lists and describes S.811 copper mines and copper mining companies, in all parts of the world, covering the  globe, these descriptions ranging from two lines to 12 pages in length, according to  importance of the mines. The descriptions are not padded, but givo facts in the  most condensed and get-at-able form.  There ate also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the History, Uses,  Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  and Statistics of Copper, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  It is the World's Standard Reference 800k on Copper.  Kvery Miner, Prospector, Inwstor, Banker, and Broker needs the book. Price  is $5 in Buckram binding with gilt top, or $7.50 in full library morrocco, and: the  book, in either binding, will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address in  tho world, to be paid for ii round satisfactory, or mar returned within a week of re-  ceiptan.l thecliarge  cancelled.   Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  Greenwood **-' *- ^*"#4 ^ *���* * * * ^  ADDRESS:  Pioneer Ptfbiishing Co.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 ti. 111.  2.30 p. 111  Standard 'Time.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  (lien ta DA Kennels  TIIK   HOMK  Ol'  High-Gass  COLLIES  We mak-e 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.  Thos. S. Griffith,  I*. O. Box 1907. Spokane, Wash.  $0000090000000000000000000  We do the kind you want,  but which you rardy see ���  the kind that is Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective.  'This the only completely  equipped Priming establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  PlIOKNIX    B.   C.  Phoenix Shoe  Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE HOOTS AND SIIOKS  MADE  TO ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'   AND    PROS  HECTORS'SHOES   A   SPECIALTY.  'if  11  ; I  'I  1  II  t '  i\  w  ii  : 'II  61  I  I  m  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue,  ^MJlffiuunlramiQi  sramisMUUUUMMMSB-���-v .-v  rrfTtTWTiTT  TT-l".���'���  1 ���*��....��� '.:������.  *��l.--'  i,i*r>,VI^F//.yt v.^iji1- l-Asb:;. �� /^j^i/V ��������>;. ^.^!^V^-^V; V'^^.'r^. -:~' i:.'"i^^ l?Ti  *i�� T>  .v ������ --..:  :^;.'. THE PHOENIX PIONEER  life?  im  I  HI  I  I  m  I  si  II'  1  If]  ft;  ���^ jfc. ^ .^   ^  ^   g^ft.^JSu^,^a^j^JSLJaV  3>A'JhA  Playing  The Mischief  With the Profits  ^jy  We have been accused  ol playing ihe mischief  ding business and WI<: PLEAD GUIL'TY to the charge,   and   we  will  again, in fact we are doing ii right now, so if you   want your   Xmas  goods  at  in the  do it  .after  For Sale���Cheap.  "Bravo" Diamond Drill  and accessories.  Kor further particulars apply to  Esskk Griffith,  Rossland, B. C.  Xmas prices, don't neglect to give us a tiia  Quality Right. Prices Right.  Thomas Drug Co., u<i.  Phone No. 44.  Next to Postoffice.  A-REEVES, Manager.  l��^^^^v^��Zi"Z^��^i���^Sr*3a^^^!^'-\a!'n  VV"*TJ"''V��I��� IV"  IV"  ll��" IV"  IS.-'" W"  %-^-^\-^*ccc^^X'^ ^-^r^'vc ^"^ ssr^:  Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp.  Hotel Balmoral  Comer Knob HIU Ave., ami First St.,  PHOENIX, II. C.  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  J. A.  McMASTER  Proprietor.  In and Around Phoenix  .*  BRIEF  TOPICS   OF LOCAL AND   GENERAL  INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  See Dey's stock of lings before you  buy. -, .  , (  :Xmas gifts from ..ten cents  up at  Boyle's.  ���'" *r*       ���< .����� ~-   /���- ���    "  * :3For"International Coal stock see J.  L. ,Martin.  "^Larger than ever���Dey's Xmas stock  ofJewelryV- '    >  ��� Finest in town, Christmas' China-  ware, at Boyle's.  ���'Do not overlook Dey,  the jeweler,  ���when selecting your holiday gifts.  Almstrom has a fine assortment of  CigaTS and Tobaccos for the holiday  trade.  Webb's fine chocolates, fresh goods,  at Almstrom's.  Anyone can have  fine china,   see  Boyle, the Druggist.  Dey the jeweler has a fbie  line  of  souvenir spoons. > .  'Dr.   Simmons,   dentist,   McMillan  block, Dec. 13 to 16.  A,   choice  line  presents at Dey's.  of Sterling Silver  Oriental China for beautiful gifts,  see Boyle the druggist.  Ed. Black, tlie jeweler, will have a  choice line of. silverware, suitable for  holiday presents this year.  Changes for advertisements in tlie  Pioneer must reach this office by noon  Thursdays to insure insertion.  Don't-worry. Get Mortimer to insure you Life, Fire, Accident or Sickness in the best English and Canadian  Gom|)anies.  Each one is a foot' long. What is?  Why those panoramic views of Phoenix  by G. B. R: Kinney' up at Black's  Jewelry store.  Friday, December 23rd, is the date-  already selected by" the Presbyterian  church for the annual Christmas tree  and Sunday School entertainment.    ', j  Good pointers are essential in any  business. I would be pleased to give  you some good pointers on the good  qualities of the Mutual Life of Canada.  Ed. H. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  Coming Soon!  Miss Arfa Palmer Walker  and company of singers will  present the comic opera  Pretty Polly  JrtuM******  ���M  one of ihe funniest and latest operas  on the road. Full of the latest songs,  pretty dances and witty sayings. One  of the best on the road. '  liners' Union Hall,  Wednesday, Dec. 14th  Seats on sale at Thos. Uiown's.  Picas? en' ��nt o.it and paste at front  of Photic liook.  HOLI  GOODS  Imported Toys,  Fancy Goods,  China, Books,  Musical  Instruments, etc.,  in endless variety.  :  i  sen  For Young and Old  Our stock of Holiday Goods this year is far more extensive than ever before,   both   in   quantity  and  variety.    You can find just what you want for gifts here.    An,inspection invited.  McRaeB*��  ��  itn  Twice 11 are 22.  and H2i i-, tlie 'Plioic (load or long distance) fur The jotli Centurv Business Training Co., I.td.  'I he I cw College is now completed, and is situate at the corner of Ilrond anJ Vale1! Streets,  Viclor'n. II U  Arrangements made for boarding Canadian.  American and fo-eigii pupils.  Wireless and Cubic address. "'PiinKor' Victoria.  SUBJECTS:  Shorthand Typewriting (all good makes) Memory methods, liook keeping, Quick at figures  Spelling Heading (proof), Newspaper work,  Litho and Letter Press Printing, Kngravitig, Illustrating, Corrections and 1'aste and Scissois  '���Vork, Penmanship, Geometry, Ueocraphy, Languages Klocution Knglisti, Reporting, Advertising, Ad-untiug, Com. Law for Clerks and Stenographer0, ' ivil Service, Banking, Stocks and  Shares Ilroktng, Insurance, Buying and Selling,  Hlectricity, 1 cleg raj hy Navigation, Astronomy.  Postal pupils���all pirts.  Victoria���All day private tuition. Evenings 7  to 9.  Vancouver���Vet Block, for Shorthand, Typing  and enquirer?.  " Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Dec. ioth  to 14th.  '��� Those chocolates of Almstrom's will  melt "in your mouth���if you give them  a chance.  McRae Bros'. & Smith have a larger  and better stock of holiday goods this  year than ever before.  Cut Glass makes one of the nicest  presents you can give. Dey the jeweler has it from $r.5o to $15.00  For large returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  Saturday evening, December 24th,  the Methodist church will hold its  Christmas tree and entertainment.  A. E. Ashcroft has been surveying  the city cemetery of five acres this  week, which will be platted into 1,200  lots.  When you are thinking ofChristmas  presents remember that lid. Black, the  jeweler, is getting in a fine line of silver goods.  R. Dalhy Morkill, representing the  Mutual Life of New Vork, who spent  several days in camp, left for Boise,  Idaho, Thursday.  Miss Florence E. Pound was married last Wednesday at Grand Forks to  Frank E. Rising, an employee of the  Granby smelter.  The proprietors of the Brooklyn  hotel have received a stock of pure  Oregon grape wine, and are prepared  to supply it to families by the gallon  at a reasonable price.  Dcn't fool with your duty to your  family, but see to it at once that your  next policy will be with the Mutual  Life of Canada, where you get 100c.  on the dollar of the profits. Ed. Mor-  - timer, agent.  J. F. Royer, who is conducting the  stage line to Grand Forks, expects to  run an automobile in the spring from  Phoenix to Greenwood, to give the  residents of the latter place connection  with the Great Northern'at Phoenix.  ^ During the winter as toon as trains  'are running, he will use his regular  stage outfit for the same purpose.  Work was started this week on the  flooding of the curling and skating  rinks. Prendergast & Munro, of the  latter, are enlarging the pjrt devoted  to the use of the spectators, putting in  a room specially for the hockey boys  and otherwise improving tlie link. If  the weather holds out, there should1 be  .skating before long.  Chinaware at unheard of prices for  Xmas gifts at Boyle's.  Mayor Rumberger returned Sunday  from a trip to Spokane.  Louis Forschener is building a new  brewery at Anaconda.  Just received a shipment of fine  china, Boyle the druggist.  Christmas goods, toys, etc., at Almstrom's.    Do not overlook them.  A fine selection of ladies' gold filled  and solid gold watches, Dey the jew-  elei.  Treasurer G..W. Wooster, of the  Granby Co., spent a day or two in the  city this week.  If you want something for the youngsters, remember that Almstrom's stock  is well worth examining.  Geo. E. Dey, the jeweler, has just  received a fine line of Pearl Broaches  and Pins, ranging from $3,50 to $25.  "Tested by Time," and "Spiritual  Stocktaking," will be the topics in the  Presbyteiian Church tomorrow. An  anthem by the choir.  Snow of any  amount has  held off  longer this year in the Boundary than  lor many years, greatly assisting  min  ing and  railway   construction operations.  A bunch of four solicitors, three men  and a woman, struck town this week,  canvassing for a Montreal photo enlarging house. Some of them, at least,  should liave'been shown front doors  on the toe of a boot, on a muscular  man.  Safoty.ifirst. profit next, these factors  for thirty-four years have placed the  Mutual Life of Canada as the true  policy-holder's Company to insure in,  where your savings are safe and profitable. Get Mortimer' to give you  figures.  Rev. W. J. Wood, wife  and   child  left for Spokane Tuesday.   Mr. Wood  will sail for England on the 17th inst.  from St. John, N. B., where he expects  to be located in the near future, after  a visit to his old home at Dublin, Ire   9  land.    Mrs. Wood will probably spend  q  the winter in Spokane. 1  Tuesday evening about ten o'clock 9  the basso profundo tones of the Granby mines whistle startled the entire  neighborhood with an alarm for the  Granby works. By the time the down  town hose boys dragged their cart up  the steep hill, the fire was out. In  thawing some pipes at the Knob Hill 9  01 e bins some waste had ignited, but  was quickly extinguished���after an  alarm had been turned in first.  Deafness Cannot Be Cnred  by local applications.' as they cannot reach the  diseaied portion of the ear. Theie is onlv one  way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafuesis is caused bv an inflamed  caudiUon of the mucous lining of the Eustachian  Tube. When this tube is-inflamed "you have a  rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when  it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and  unless the inflammation can be taken out and  this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of  ten are caused hy catarrh, which is nothing but  an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars for anv casd  of Deafness (coused.hy catarrh) that caniiot be  cured by Hall's Oatanh Cure. Send forcirculars  free. F. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by druggists, 76c.-  Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation.  MHAN:  PACIFIC'  Scenic Route  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that all persons are prohibited from coasting on  First street or on the sidewalks, within  the limits of the corporation of the city  of Phoenix.  By Order of Chief of Police.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., November 24,  "1904,  Application for Transfer of Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that I will  make application to the Board of License Commissioners for-the Boundary  Creek License District, at its. next  meeting, for a transfer of the liquor  license, now held by me, to sell liquor  by retail in ihe Hartford Hotel, situate  at Hartford Junction, B. C, to Joseph  J. Bassett. .   '  Dated this . 18th day of November,  1904.  Joseph H. Graham.  Lowest Rates.   -Best Time.  - EAST   -  Toronto,     Montreal,     New York,  Maritime Provinces, and  New England.  - WEST   -  Vancouver,      Victoria,      Seattle  California Points.  Unequalled Passenger Service,  Sleepers, Tourist Coaches, Dining Cars.  Knob Hill Ave.v Phoenix, B.C.  NELSON, B. C.  B. TOMINS, Manager.  The lead in; ltd of tie Ifootenays  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Gootl Sample Rooms.  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.  Black's Hotels I  . If.i.MINION   AV'NUK,  P.'IOKiMX,   Ii. (':  Comitridious Sample  Rooms  l;ii si -Class Dining Room in connection  IIji Weil Stocked uiih Choice.-.! Goous  Most Conveniently Locmed  1^-  Telephone No. 26.  j%mmmm?mmmMmmMmmmm  Tourist Sleepers  f Leave   Revelstoke   Mon-  WEST j Wed., Thur., Sat. for   Se-  [ attle and Vancouver.  ���f  Leave", Dun more  Jet. for  St. Paul, Sun., Mon., Wed.  and Fri.  j Toronto,-'Wed. and Sun.  Montreal, Monday.  [ Boston, Friday.  EAST ���>  Application for Transfer of Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that I will  make application to the Board of  License Commissioners of the Boundary Creek license district, at its next  meeting, for a transfer of the liquor  license, now held by me, to sell liquor  by: retail in the Oro Denoro Hotel, situated at Denoro in Summit camp, B.  C, to Andrew E. O'Brien.  Dated this, 26th day of November  1904. .   ' y  : M. W. Ludlow.  Tickets via ail  Boston,    New  ' Atlantic  Steamship  line, from   Montreal,  York at lowest rates.  J. G. Clakk,       '   E.J.Covle,.  Agent,. A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, LI. C.   Vancouver. B.C  J. S, Cartek, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  ���  ���  ���  t  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  t  Don't Be Afraid to  Phooe  your orders to  BOYLE.  When Looking  For   HOLIDAY GOODS  INSPECT THE STOCK OF  ED. BLACK  THE JEWELER.  Everything in Watches, Rings, Jewelry, etc., at right prices.  New arrivals in Silverware and Novelties expected this week.  THE   DRUGGIST.  t  M**MtttffcMMtf*a*0u*****to  J list received direct from Scotland  a large shipment of  Sanderson's   Famous Mountain Dew"  Watches,  Jewelry,  Repairing,  Grand Porks,   Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  We can ���'Wsileli" you ;it almost any  prii e, from I lie good, everyday timepiece  to the expensive adjusted" chronometer.  Our Jewelry and Cut liisi.a slo'-k  will be found just wliaL you desire to  mak(;a selection from.  In lep.iiiing we aie prepared to take  careof anytliini! in this line.  Geo. E. Dey,  The Teweler.  Knob Hill Ave  FOR BARGAINS go to the GRAN  BV EXCHANGE.    We are  Celling Out  or will sell en bloc.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Boundary Agents for "PAn.ST PF.U'-BKATKP ItKKIi.  Wliulinalc Denlrr'iii Mints, ���.���qiiorn niitl Ciunrs.  Telephone orders receive prompt ntlenlioii.  +   *  *  Greknwood, Ii. C.  JAMES McCREATH, i-Ror.  ��********** **********  Clothing I  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoer.ix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of .satisfied  customers. If you don't believe, it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and (jieai'Kst prices.  THOMASsBROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  HUUlV-JIcKKNZIr: BI.K.  DOMINION AVJS.. i'HOKNIX.  ^^^^^^ii^^i^i^i^m^^^^^^i��^%^  J. K.ROVKR.  Proprieto]  IteKiiuiitig j line l��t, leave (freeiiwood at 6a.rr��  mid Phoenix nt 7:30a, 111 ; arrive nt Graml I'orlf  10:30 a. in., leave Grand Kori'��3:45 p. 111..arriving  at l'lioeiilx 7 p. 111., and Greenwood at 8. p.m.  Connects both way* with Cleat Northern train'  Fare���Grand I'orks to Phoenix, Si'to; Phoeu'>  to Greenwood,50c; Oreeiiwood to l'hoenlx,fi.o  Greewood to Gi and I'orks, $3. OTicc in Green  wood, Ut Northern Telegraph office. In Phot-  nix, McKae Bros. & Smith. In Grand >'orL.<.  Gt. Norther offices. For expreaa ral-s nqulrr  ��� teltner officen  iletropolitan Cafe  Situations as Cooks Wanted,  Man and wife would like to secure  situations as cooks in mine boarding  house, or something similar.  Address, Mrs. i\I. J. Lucv,'  Greenwood, B. C.  Meals at All  Hours.  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  Open Day and Night. (under summit hotel.)  Oysters in every style.  Fried Spring Chicken, Maryland Style,   Sunday, 5 to 8 p. m.  THE  WiVL HUNTER CO., Ltd.  Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  '  Ladies'  Tailor-made Skirts  in Tweed mixtures, Ox-  -O-0HB-9 W 9 9 ��-��-0-��-��-0 9 9 ffl �� O 9 8 9-9-9-9-9-  l Real Estate  i : : and Mines  i  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought aud  sold. Information about Phoenix aud the ]  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion Ave  Telephone No. ?8,  4>     Phoenix, B. 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