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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 29, 1908

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 -__rt.__'___._-._.-i_^/,_a-'-^.^  .^legislative *_.��<->,  ^<^3 _____  /,A/\  !i^       SEP 1'__,-1908.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  ���'������'���'������     ; '      .,;. *-_.;#.. J  ;.   __^-��-^fi_^1^II-_i  -���vt''-!__tialMMv_&_^^  tc^&0aWm^M        ��� -.' '���  .:'*��  Ninth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA;  SATURDAY, AUGUST 29,  1908  No, 41  The Big Store's  . .1  wR MIDSUMMER SALE  bf  Ladies' and  Children^ Wear  A Sample  of Prevailing  Prices;  LADIES'. TWEED SKIRTS,  Regular, $6 50���Sale, $4.00  .'__.-���.-,...     ..._,,...,,_.. __  _i .    1_ __  7-5��-  9.00���  5.00���  6 50���  3.00T���  5.00���  "   VICUNA  ��   BLACK. VENETIAN SKIRTS,  "    NAVY "  ��   SILK    GIBSON   WAISTS,.,,,.,,  "   SILK EMBROIDERED  '��..    BROWN TAFFETA  WAISTS,   6.50���  "  "    BLACK PEAU DE SOIE '���';,.   ; 700���  "  ���������������"   CHECK   GINGHAM   SUITS,   3.00���  "  "    PRINT SUITS ; 2.50���"  ��   CRASH     " 6.50���  "  FIGURED MUSLINS, Regular price,   20c. and 35c.  TWEED   DRESS GOODS,     " 75c.   Sale,  ���-'-'���'     ������ ����� " " 65a      "  ALL WOOL SERGES, "'.-. 65c.     " .40  LADIES' SILK SUNSHADES, $4.00 .."������..   $a.oo  ,_._> per cent. Discount on All Lines of Summer Waists.  4-5��  5.00  3.00  4.00  1.5��  a-75  2-75  2-75;  ������75  .���5��  4.00  ���'5  ���45  ���40  A LOT OF WAISTS TO GO AT 35 Cents  CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND PINAFORES AT HALF PRICE.  20%   DISCOUNT  ON   ALL; .SUMMER   NECKWEAR.  White Bed Spreads.... Regular, $3.50;      Sale, $2.60  4-5��:  3 40  BANDITS KILL  HOTEL MAN  Attempt to Hold Up a  Midway Hotel  C. L. Thomet  of Commercial  Hotel is Murdered  Boundary Side Lights  HUNTER-  I  PRESERVING  SEASON  IS HERB, and so are we,  ready to supply your requirements in the Fruit line.  Shipments of all fresh and  seasonable fruits are arriving  daily. Leave your order  with us and we will fill it  with delicious Fruit and  satisfaction.  FRUIT JARS  �� We have a   large   stock of  \ Fruit Jars, but they will be  II ��� going quickly���  i _____  ,..���.. j, Thompson & Co.,  Grocers and Hardware M-rch-_ts.  The most sensational holdup in the  histoiy of the Boundary -occurred7 at  Midway about nine o'clock Tuesday  evening. Charles L. Thomet, pro  prietor of the Commercial hotel, was  shot and killed by highwaymen, who  nre thought to be the same pair that  have been operating throughout the  district lately.  Two masked men entered the hotel  quietly and covering Thomet with  guns demanded him to throw up his  hands. Thomet was behind the bar  and while reaching for his revolver received a bullet in the chest and another in his shoulder. He quickly  returned fire with two shots and then  staggered through a side dooi into the  dining room. The desperadoes left  the bar but are'supposed-to have gone  to a window and fired at Thomet  again, as a bullet hole in the floor near  where he lay would indicate. From  blood found on the floor, one of the  murders is thought to be seriously  wounded.  William B. Bower, who goes from  Grand Forks to Midway to be in charge  of the Midway branch of the E. T.  bank there one day . a week, was an  eyewitness. We print below his evidence given at the inquest held on  Wednesday.  William B. Bower���Am a banker,  rebide in Grand Forks. I was at  Thomet's hotel close to or a few minutes earlier than nine c'clock in the  evening.. Deceased, Archie McDou-  galland George Henderson were in  room. I was standing at north end of  bar looking from door. I casually  tutneU-����_ __*. ,_o-____ked. men.  They had blue masks on. Each had  a gun pointing towards deceased/- Deceased was standing at end of bar  about eighteen feet from me. I saw a  motion of deceased to pick .up. pistol  which was near his hand. Deceased  picked same up and fired instantly in  direction of two masked men, who returned the fire instantly by two shots.  Can't say which man fired or whether  both fired. The man nearest me  covered me first for a moment, then  dropped his gun to his side, then both  went out of the door quietly as they  came in. I made for the wall nearest  the street so that if they shot back into the room I would not be exposed.  Saw they could still pot me, and hurried  to dining room door, deceased being  crouched beside door, I presumed in  position to fire if they showed up again.  I went into dining room passed him  and said "don't shoot; it is me." He  didn't answer. After passing him I  went around to back of sideboard,  thinking it a place of safety, and deceased was on his back bleeding from  wound in neck. McDougall and Mrs.  Thomet then rushed in.  To Jury���Thomet was partly covered by bar. 1 hink Thomet fired another shot, but it had no effect as men  had gone. After two shots fired by  masked men Thomet crouched down  behind the bar where he was standing,  and, I believe, fired a shot from that  po.uion Then he backed into dining  room, crouching down. The shot in  the dining room was fired before I left  the wall. Deceased did not speak  after masked men appeared. Deceased  did not speak to men and men did not  ���peak to him. Do not know if the  masked men went round to front part  and shot into dining room. Do not  know who masked men were. Both  about the same size. Seemed well  sized men in dark clothes. Eye-holes  iu line and guns well in line. Deceased had j>un in his hand when I  passed him going into dining room.  A number of residents were quickly  on the scene after the sh o i-.ig. The  strangers had been noticed sizing up  business places, and at the Spokane  hotel the occupants were expecting and  all armed for the holdup when they  heard the shots at Thomet's.  Chief Constable Devitt arrived from  Nelson Wednesday evening with blood  hounds, and started with a posse of  a dozen or more men on the hunt  for the bandits. Blood was found in  the woods about ten miles west ot  Midway on the Rock Creek road,  which was supposed to be from the  wounded highwayman. ��� The blooJ  hounds were started from there on  Thursday afternoon.  The provincial government offer a  reward of $1000 for the capture of the  murderers.  The late Mr. Thomet was a native  of Switzerland and in his 49th year.  He came to this district if. years ago  and for a number of years was a pro^  vincial constable.    As a marksman he  Rev. F. J. Rutherford of Greenwood  has gone to Toronto for a month.  The flag was raised at the Greenwood  public school with ; due! eclat on Monday. t' -.-, ^ ���..,:,  C. McCague and N. McBeth of  Prince Rupert are visiting in Greenwood.   .-'  Several families at Grand Forks have  recently lost little ones through cholera  infantum.  Sunday night's electric storm put the  Greenwood electric light system out of  commission for twelve hours.  A. Traunweiser has remodeled the  Windsor, Grand Forks'j which will in  future be known as the Yale.  Boundary Falls school was re-opened  on Monday morning.-'. .At 3 p.m. a program was rendered, and a social followed.  W. D. Jones, the man who had his  spinal column fractured at the Grand  Forks smelter some months ago, died  last week. '..',:  Robert Lawson, who owns a tract  of land on the Covert estate, Grand  Forks, sold 256 rrates' of strawberries  this season which were grown on two-  fifths of an acre. The berries were sold  at $2 60 per crate.  '������',...'���  4.. ���  Mrs. Richards, wife of . William  Richards, accountant at the Dominion  Coppei company's smelter, arrived at  Boundary Falls last week from Spokane  They are taking up residence in the  house formerly occupied by Manager  Roosa. '���������'��� I ..   -..  On Tuesday afternoon two children  of M. Verzuk, an employee of the  smelter, were drowned in the Kettle  river near Grand Forks. They had  been fishing and in crossing a foot  bridge, near the Granby smelter, the  girl, the younger of the two, apparently,  fell and her brother; in att-mptuig 10  rescue her was also drowned.  MINING IN THE  COEUR D'ALENE  J. L. Martin Visits the  Famous District  Tells of Coeur D'AIenes and  Carney Copper  Boundary Mining Notes  A new and impoved steel sharpener  was installed at the Gold Drop this  week by the Granby company.  TheB. C. Copper company's smelter  treated .4,158 tons of ore this week  as follows: Mother Lode, 9,84.2 tons;  Oro Denoro, 2,596 tons; other properties, 720. '���''���������_������  The Granby company will shortly  :nstall a new motor to replace the old  motors at the No. 3 tunnel- crusher.  A building for this purpose is now  being completed.  MNISTEEOF  MINES III GAMP  ..._-^.  Hon. W. Templeman  and W/R. Brock  Shown Through the Granhy  Mines Yesterday  Hon. William Templeman, minister  of mines, and W. R. Brock, director of  the geological survey branch. department of mines, were visitors in Phoenix  yesterday and made an inspection of  mining development generally in  the  camp.  They are making a tour of the mines  of the province, having visited the  Kootenay and Rossland camps before  arriving in the Boundary.- On Friday  they visited theGranby smelter and ar  rived here in the evening,, coming in  over the Great Northern in their Canadian government. private car, accompanied by A. B. W. Hodges, manager  of the Granby company.  During the evening they were visited  at their car by O. E. LeRoy and A. H.  Boyd and the progress in the field work  of the survey party discussed. Messrs.  LeRoy and Boyd, with about twelve  assistant., are still working in camp with  headquarters at the Snowshoe. The  former is making a detailed survey of  the geological structure of the productive area, wh-le the latter is making a  detailed topograph map of the camp.  Their work will not likely be completed until the end of September.  Veslerday morning the minister and  Mr.  Brock   were   shown   through the  Granby mines and plant   by   Manager  Hodges, being also driven to the Gold  Drop.    It is some four years since Mr.  Templeman   visited   Phoenix, and  he  expressed   much   admiration   in   the  many improvements which had   been  made by the company in carrying on  the development of the great  mineral  resources.      Although   not    a    brisk  walker the minister   climbed   the   big  Granby hill, and was much   interested  in the extent of the immense glory hole.  Hon.   Mr.   Templeman   and   Mr.  Brock, with their private secretary, Mr.  Nichols, left at noon to drive to Midway, visiting the smelter of the  B. C.  Copper company while en  route.    At  Midway   they   met   their   private  car  which   had   been   sent  round by the  Great   Northern,    going   through    to  Keremeos.  From Keremeos they drive  to  Hedley to visit the Nickel Plate  mine,   and   will continue their  drive  through by   Princton and  Nicola  to  reach the C.P.R. main line.  "Since the financial panic of October,  1907, mining and mine development  in the Coeur D'AIenes has been curtailed at least 50%," said J.L. Martin,  on his return Wednesday from a trip  to that famous district, and an inspection of the Carney mine, near Mullan,  Idaho. "During the winter and early  summer nearly all of the shippers and  dividend . payers were closed down,  throwing about 2,500 men out of work.  Old settlers say that times have not  been so hard since 1893-94.  "The Morning mine at Mullan was  closed  down   eight   months.      Since  starting up two months ago it has kept  adding to its crew until there are now  325  men employed.    Last week this  mine   reported   the   most   important  strike since completing the two aiid one  half mile tunnel about eighteen months  ago, again demonstrating that the ore  chutes in this section go to great depth.  This discovery was made on the 1500-  foot level. .   It  is  reported  that  the  LFederal company has just  purchased  the Hunter mine, one mile east of the  Mullan.    The price was not given out,  but rumored to be close to $2,000,000.  I made a short call at the Snowstorm  mine and heard much  of  interest  to  shareholders from Leo. Greenough, the  superintendent.      Since   starting   up  about six weeV. ago they   have  been  working about 75 men, and   shipping  more ore than they did a year ago with  225 men.    This   is  the  only  copper  mine in the Coeur   D'AIenes  on  the  shipping list and has opened up a new  field for mining with great possibilities.  Enough was said to make it quite cer-  ��� tain that the Snowstorm  will  resume  j 3% a month dividends not later  than  October. -:>-:,.    .;-.. ....���-  "Yes, I was pleased with the new  strike in the Carney mine. The ore is  not of shipping  quality at   the  point  ��rhcr_>.l-.h��>croSJCtit" intcroo_to_l   ...    f}ilt  finding this strike to t_��_ areai ledee.  thirteen feet in width on the 425-foot  level, when it was but little more than  two feet on the 85 foot level shows it to  be permanent and gives us the incour-  agement to believe that soon we will  enter an ore chute equal in richness to  that found near the surface. It will  require about 60 feet more crosscutting  to. reach the ledge on this level, which  we are driving for.  "The Carney was first discovered and  located in 1892.    Owing  to  the  low  price of copper at that time and   the  prevailing belief that no minerals, except  gold silver and lead, could be found iu  the district, the  locators,   after  doing  some   three   or   four   months'   work,  allowed it to lapse.    It was   relocated  two years ago last   January,   after   the  Snowstorm had proved copper existed  in the district in   paying  quality  and  quantities.      I   bonded   the  property  August 24th, 1906, and after spending  about $3,500 in development work, interested W. D. Greenough and others  ���well known and experienced mining  men���and incorporated   the  property  Dec. 3, 1906.    At that date   we   had  tunnel No. 1 in on the  85-foot   level,  including crosscuts 225 feet, ana naa  cut the blind ledge of now   two  feet  wide which carried about   3%   copper  and some silver.    We also found copper glance and borenite in connection  with this ledge.    Since then we   have  run tunnel No. 2 in 835 feet with 285  feet of crosscutting   on   the  425-toot  level, where we had cut four ledges and  are still cross-cutting for the main iron-  capped ledge, under which we expect  find silver and lead at some point. Mr.  Carson,  our superintendent says:     'I  will not consider 25c. per share for my  stock.'      Mr.   Hewston,   the   expert,  says:    'The Carney property   has   the  ear marks of a mine.'    Mr.  Cole, one  of the best  miners in the Coeur d'-  Alenes has completed two contracts���  one for 300 feet, and one for 200 feet,  for which he accepted one third pay in  stocK���and last Monday signed a contract for 200 feet more, for   which  he  takes all stock.    My advice to shareholders _s���'Hold your stock.'"  W. S. Keith, formerly smelter superintendent for the Montreal and Boston  Copper Co., Boundary Falls, B.C., has  opened offices in Seattle, Wash., as  consulting mining engineer and metallurgist.  The work of the geological survey  party in Phoenix camp still goes on  under Messrs. LeRoy and Boyd, with  headquarters at the Snowshoe property.  Mr. Dickinson arrived last week from  the east and is acting as chief draftsman.  WORK BEGINS  AT SNOWSHOE  Forces To Be Increased  ;      on .Monday   ^  Coke Shortage Still Interfere  I   With Poundafy- Mining  ��� It is reported that \V. D. McMillan  has bonded the Apex group on Independence Mountain. This property  was under bond to the B. C. Copper  Co. three years ago, and the work  dpne showed up a fine body of ore of  good value.���Hedley Gazette.   .._._.'''...  PHOENIX PARLIAMENT IN SESSION  Appoints   Herbert   Haril-V To;Many of.City  Office.���A-CO-nl- Paiscd.  ���', Mayor Matheson and Aldermen- Biner, Rogers,   Carson,   McKenzie  and  Knott were present at the regular ses  sion of the City council on Wednesday  evening.  The main business of the evening was the appointing of. a city  clerk. There were three applications  for consideration and ori a ballot being  taken Herbert Hartley was appointed.  Mr. Hartley will be an officer ol  many offices. He will be city clerk,  keeping all records and looking after  correspondence in connection with  the corporation, and incidentally be the  official stenographer at police court  cases: ^He will also be guard of the  city treasury, act ass assessor of all  property within the corporation limits,  collect all taxes and licenses and be  chief of the local fire department.  His office will be at the city hall and  his ��_��'���"_��� ^ ������i-i_~_ ... ���  The following accounts were passed.  7 At the Snowshoe mine men were  gradually added during the week, and  put to work fixing up; trackage and ;  general shipping facilities for resuming  operations on Monday., Between  thirty and forty meti are employed ait  the Snowshoe today, and this, number (  will probably be doubled by   Monday.  At the War Eagle the.compressor ...  was started last Monday, and about  twenty men have been at work blocking out ore and getting it in readiness  for shipping. The old steam compressor plant is being used as there is  several   months'  supply   of   fuel   on  hand...,.- _..... _-.,._;.,..._.,..,...,.���  _. '.....  Although   both   properties  are   expected to be going good by the end of  next week, it is not likely the company  will operate at full capacity for some  timer   The oreI "from these mines make "  an excellent  flux  for the  company's  smelter at Trail, arid only sufficient ore'.  for-this purpose will .be.shipped. ,-The ;  development  work," however, will be  carried-on, and the  properties got in }  readiness for big shipments; when the ������  copper market-improves.      ���- '���-'���-���.- -. ���  Coke Situation.  The coke situation, in the Boundary ;  has changed but little during the past \  week. For the" greater part of the;  week the Granby smelter had only four *  furnaces in operation, but five ;are ex-'  pected to be inblast to day. .-, ]  "The resumption  of work with all ���  eight furnaces by the Granby  smelter  is dependent on the coke furnaces, of._:  the International Coal and Coke company," is th_ statement made by J.  P. .  Graves, general manager of the c6hi:. '  ���������      <���'.<���'_-_���___:_. ci.. _,-._! ;��_.'   ...tin-.   :  Phoenix Bakery $  D. L. McElroy.......  J. D. McLean, M. D...  Pioneer   J. G. McKeown   XV. A. McKay & Sons..  C. A. Ross        7  N. Lemieux    20  Firemen      7  Brooklyn Hotel    15  2 40  1 00  00  35  50  60  12  3��  00  ��5  PheenU Mlnitrel Show.  The Phoenix minstrels, under the  direction of H. James, are preparing  a program for an entertainment to be  given in the opera house in the course  of a few weeks. The show promises  to eclipse anything of the kind ever  presented in Phoenix. .  Latest Prices in MeiaU  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, *13-  S7)4 �� $13.60; lane. $13.50 @ $13.62>>..  Bar Silver, 61%  Lead, $_.57)_ @ *4.62.  Spelter, $4.60 <_! ,4.��5  pany.    ''The Fernie fire and its mter-  ference'wifh coke burning there" waT f.  responsible  for  our  closing four fur- ;  naces at onetime.    Five are in operation now, and as soon as jthe. requisite  supply of coke can   be: obtained'the ���  ./.,!._.�����..}..--.��. ---ii- k_��.. .t.i_-_/t...:..in.    .The  Granby smelter  was in a  prosperous  condition when it was forced partially  to shut down on account of lack of  fuel, and its resumption will  be complete when the coke  is  again  obtainable in sufficient quantities."  Dominion Copper Mines Resume.  The Brooklyn and Rawhide mines  of the Dominion Copper company resumed operations on Tuesday. The  smelter, however, is still cold through  lack of fuel. The first car of the coke  supply coming from the coast reached  the smelter on Thursday, and more  will arrive today.  Seventeen New Pupils Enrolled.  Phoenix school re-opened on Tuesday for the fall term, with D. A. Grant  as principal and Miss Thompson assistant. The rooms had been undergoing  repairs and were not in the best condition for the opening day but have since  been thoroughly cleaned. Seventeen  new pupils were enrolled.  Grab bag sale at Thrasher's drug  store, beginning Saturday at 10 a.m.  ''���'l^wsvV;.' "'  y  BOUNDARY OR_2 TONNAGE.  Tbe following table give, the ore shipments of Bo_i.__.ry minei tor 1000, for 1901, lor 1  1 1901. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905. for 1906, and 1907. as reported to the Phoenix l'ioneer���  )            Minb.            190a     1901       1901       1903       1904' ;    1305 1906 1907       19c-  k Granby Mines.... -..553 ,31,763 309,858 39_.7"t   5.9.7��3   65..S*.    801.401   613337   686,115  ' Snowshoe... ...      197     1,731    -0,800   71,113        8.1-6    i__,oo_ 307  B.C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode���   5.3.0   99.034 141,310 138,079   174,198  -    14,811  Gelling Park Ready.  The Miners' Union have made very  good progress on the park during the  past week. The new pavilion is now  about in readiness, and a refreshment  w��CthoiGRhV .oh'ave Vw "superiors in I booth has been erected. The work of  Z . rovince. Deceased leaves a wife leveling the ground goes steadily on,  and Eve children. ��and it is daily getting m better shape.  Exhiblis of Ore Wanted.  R   11. Cosgrove, secretary and manager'of the   Spokane   Interstate Fair,  has written the Pioneer stating that the  fair management is particularly anxious  to interest some one in this district in  the  gathering together  of  a   mineral  exhibit.     The   inquiry   is   made   as  to  ' whether    we     can     recommend  anyone  here   who   will   take   up   the  proposition of gathering a mineral exhibit of the representative ores of  the  camp   The names of those who might  possibly enter the   rock   drilling   contests   are   also    requested       Several  prizes will be given for the displays of  minerals,   while   $1,250"  to be d"  vided among the rock drillers.  i      B C Mine 19,.9.  V      Kinma  -   ii      Oro Denoro.... ���   Bonnie Belle _   < *  Dom. Cop. Co....  1 1      Br'_.lyn-Stem..   .daho_   < I      Rawhide  -   , .     Sunset-   Mouutn Rose   < I     Athelstan     i.aoo  Morrison _   R.Bell -   Senator   * Brey Kogle   A No. 37   I Reliance   ��� Sulphur King���  A Winnipeg ���  Y Golden Crown...  T King Solomon...  3ig Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris   Jewel   Kiveisidc   Carmi   Sally   Rambler -  Butcher Boy   Duncan   Providence   Klkhorn   Slrathmote ._...  Golden Katie.,.  Preston   Prince Heury...  Skylark   Last Chance   K. P. D. Mine...  Bay   Mavia   Don Pedro   Crescent   Helen   Ruby   Republic   Miscellaneous...  47..05  650  -_���-,-..  _,._..    I9.3��5  8,530   M.937  ��� S.S37  ,     Total, tons 96.600  390,Sco 508,876 690.419 8*9.8 *  Smelter treatment��� .01.9-1 596,s ���>.  Granby Co...- 6a,_87   ��*f ��y�� Jg*, *& _,  B.C.CopperCo  117.0" >����."���   ���,,.;���,���.  Dom. Cop. Co.  Total reduced- ^ZvW *>*"> *>��* 8��'*6   *>*"..**&> ��.��_3*��7  jf^-^<t><3-"��3-"��<P'  -1  _n Fmw___m-._--fg__.-_si -j_  ��� i  1  I'll  ?7<,  ..��  6*  3ft-  _  5  THE PHOE2-I3. PIOyKEB.  A cup of BO VR1L  will drive away that  feeling of l____a_tK_e so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  the entire sy$te_n.  Thc Phoenix Pioneer  kSaaam   OkaWBUammmmVf   \\nt/8%Gt!fg   *<WfT_B_lT,  IN THE TRAIL OF A  TRAVELLER.  weDMrunKumrm ���'.'���  FIOXEmPIIBLBHmG 00.  " _ar��__aB__nt-��. c-'-,,..  T. ALFRED LOVE. M_________-_  ��� ��__ceBS��L u-  .-K__s__  �����___> Pato*  ,!__>  i!**     AXTG.  1908  '��__���_ IM.- Tk�� rr_.'  f_tt.  jB-tsj Qxc temsett -EsscaSsoext of nsosc eta*.-  sraeias* ruit &y tie: teme. eii-toc i��l3*t: Pfeooe*!*  ��� Thenc are fe^r residents of tbe Botm-  dny ��� tw> do not, at oce tune or aaoaber,  visit tbe'_____<& csty of artiil is __ao_ni in  tbe west as tbe Intend E_ap_ne,____3*s_y,  iise dty o_"- Spc____ae_ . This. _s' so. __o_  oolj benaese Spokane is lbs ___%<-S_ any  of any c��___dI__e___e, that ceo be readily  r___c_jed from ___e'____o.-Kay's ca   ibe  _-ora_____y7but'"_>_________:'it is _%_��_ oo  tbe q___cke__t ______ sbonesl roete to Vas.-  coortr or 'Vjesaeia. fnoaa tise. d____-__s  ____r___o____i, amd <____ be seen with little  or do;'_____.T__ona. rime' og expense,    Be-  sades ��_��_,, ;-tj_��.__y has tbe r-p______o_��  of:baag the:'-roost progressm;. city of  ioo,co9 people _res_ of tbe M_______.pp.  ";.   We can remember __^��_____eT jc___ 19  yean ago, wbeo we first came En search  otf fortsme���thai the phcehodbvn'���!$,���  000 _oi_afe__i_at__. ____�� tbe ce___R_$ enumerators did not make q___teas libera- aa  e__i_____e. __tb___    Today zt __as eanaed  a .repatalaoa for   progressrressss.  sod  gwyral rq>-_o-<__-_______. thai sescu ju&i-  Sed by tbe _______ being modem in ewery  respect that coa_d be tneoiiooed __t___ot__-  It is modern in its Kite- railway _____  _xi___rarb__ae___3__c systems, modem to  street paving matters, modem in mas~  4un st*. b-aldings, a__d modern in its news  papers, as  is  _r__3  i_coim  in  British  Co_____b___    It s_aoa_d also doc be for  gotten that Spokane is modern in tbe  manner with vfaidh tbe viator r^n be  separated from bis com���__fce ___&_.  places of __s<___s__  HHaile in Spokane we me. 2 number  j of those who are interested in tbe mining districts of British Cojuiabta.  Wm. Yolen WiDiasns, for years tbe _n___e  saperinteackzit far tbe Granby Co. at  Phoenix, _>od who probably has more  . us  '9  iff  *5  30  3  10  3i  4  rr  1*  *5  5  *6  6  'J  so  *7  7  14  xx  t  &  'S  aa  *9  Ai 7__-_<W-�� Frv_t l=s_r. '��� .  Friend.y coi_t��___s of skiJ! and n__e.__-  -gtesce are always _a-_go��_ii__ig: arnoog 2  peofjfc- who  live  by comp__.___-j.'_____i  rirajjy rn baiiaess smd predsssioo. ' .AJ.  peoipJe g-ory- _n..<OQ$ites��s aaiong tbeai-  st&res, and in __ui_c_3.__^.. their ' powers  ��nth each c-fees- for tbe sport', tberie is  in it, aod for mutual- beaeSt.    Sacb  (xmUsti'bcmg oast tbe b*s_ there' is io  peop3_v and edocate tbem to a. staodaid  of e_xeI3ence di___-__.t to attain by  any  I (Other meaais.  .  TMs firirnd.y '-mstlj toay be stated  ai orae of.tbe.. teading objects of the  Xe_��o:_-___t fair.   It is no_ confined to  _____i_di____. a��d local dismess only, boi  eaabraces all tbe well known fruit  actd  vegeja&fe arieas of tbe pravicce.   Eadb  ___id all are in��i_ed 10 compete for. tbe  T__y .ibesal..; psizes oSered, wbetbar it  be __��i__di__dua_s or as a community-  of i��3___  As we!_ as, tbe.opgxwtimity of  ccotesr, tbere is afixded, tbe  bect'er  opjKwtcniity.__T._5_r_r__-if "tbs other _5__-  Jow'sB exhibit, __od pro5tii_g by tbe io-  ___rh___^e of -dess and methods in  cn-iuxe.  Hliileit may be argued. _____  tbe  Xt_so_. ______ ��___- is fimited in its nsefuJ-  ng��' to a 'pamcalar section  ooty, tbe  fad reecssihs that it attracts exhibitors  from the ptormoes east of the Rockies  and frora sooth  of tbe interaatioQal  bo___dxry''____r,'___kd this year tbe com-  peti-oss   firooa .these   points  wiH   be  greater in number than ___re_of_ce_ .,  As ___. edocst-iceazl featxtre, the  fair,  no n_____x where held, has always been  scinowJIedged to he soperior to any  other.    Mncb <x the. success attendant  on the efforts of the -. e_soo assoc____��oo  has been dae to this &*%. Scores of  peopSe bare profited by the rwrrfedge  gained and insight obtained inio the  proper methods of frtrit and TegetabSe  ce-_iik^ and tbe preparing of tbe pro-  dtxxs fxx mstik&i, as eteu_p.ifkd at  past frnit fairs in   X__son_    And it is  Don't let pp with yotzr striking  sfe to prescm^ as tbe ____t_t-._ic_. ad- -nu things meet your likin^-  fne__d�� among the miners and b__��snes5  men of the Boundary tian any oeher ranC*S* ma0y scm���s a30rs ��i�� be ed-  man that coald be mentioned, gave es f^ aJooS diese Enes�� "���� ^ ke  a hearty welcome and a grip ______ made|!nan^al ^ ?f o^xirtnnaies afforded  tis wince in his <__Sce_ and as lad after  O^ ______ ~~ ��  A fire was raging in tbe in��c_ni!y oi  Barton early in the v&ts..  Hedley has > arranged a two-days*  sp-W-S'progratn'.-for Sept 7th and Sth.-'  The prorindal gcfen_t_senJ bis res  ctnded tbe order io-council  of Maich  lSlh, which permit:ad the eapprt of  iogs to the United Siates.  S. G. Clark, the naval architect to  the-Japanese gorern-otn- and the big  Japanes sbip^itng compaci--. will settle  in Vancoaver.  There has been almce. continu-oos  rain at Prince Rup=rt this sommer.  . A Vernon brewer has been fined j  $50 for retailing beta- w_tbo_tt a license.  .The provincial goremmeot hare  toz&e a further donation of $20,000 to  tbe tnberca-osis ssnit_un_un  at   f__tm-  lOOps. i> ���;  -_��__. o_��..  By Bntet Rca-__r>.  Make good.  Cut oat *%" "cocid.3" and   'sbooH,'  And satart in to saw wood.  Yoa can slill hare the best  Things in life_ like the rest  Of the men wboVe _u_biev_d  j Jast because they're believed  In themselves.   -You're decesred  If you think your fortune cocoes  With a rattle c. drums  And a fanfare of stzte  To band yoors 00 a plate,  That isn't the way  That she visits today.  You mast out and rustle and  bustle  and btsstfe;  Yoa need ail your muscle, for you've  got to tussie,# '  Plunge into the'fight,  Hit to left and to right,  And keep crashing and smashing  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  _..-....  CAPITAL S3.000.000      RESERVE FU..0 $1 .86O.OOO  HEAD OFFICE-SHERBROOKE, QUE-  wrra over sixtt branch offices is the  PEOVISCE OF QCEBEC  *B''Of-w-r_Ksu__M-rai)MaEftM> ar  XO OTHfiK BJkSK IS CxSJiDX  WW     ���.���.������;  - ���  tmfflm mi iwdij mmtss ceecriiig  ','"���'���-��-  or -Hat UKFo3travr.VBi_-_ri->sv. ���  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  AT ALL OFFICES  BRA-VCUKS   IN  i_-__.i_o___^-:A_y_��___.,___-i .'__.st��j_- <___a_ab__.  -'iO tjrtvr ,lw MTorild.    '..,  Corr��>poi.der��t_  DRAYINQ  01 all  lo.  kitiilft  Kapi.l  ti|wB and BaiKZ  order. "' Riil",iol"'�� ��l>  oratre. Phone A05  JAMES Q. HcKEOWN.  KOBT. CARSON,5  cm- pray  ___o__njx.  All kinds of light and heavy teaming  promptly attended lo;  Miners' dr,  ittg a specialty.        .-    .-    .���  ���ay.  MANAGEMENT  rS?  Hotel Alexander  H.    McGiflis.    Prop-  Conducted in Ftrst-Qass shape.    Cbbcce stock of Irrigating   goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy  and  well  *_.n-��$h_d rooms,.  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Ufe io.  Accldeat lotaraoce.  Otstrtl Altai.  _���  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  TUCK   COLLIK^  SHAVING PARLORS  AND    BATHROOM.  Phoenix, D.c.  Sell Bvdt io McSlM >IM.  Mditnew's itPDer shop  1X)WKK   TOW.V.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AKD STYUSH HAJRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  _-__>._���__. Aytsa*  PIMCSII.B  PHOKN'IX    LODGE  S. I. *M L fM NO. 17.  In an _-___. orial' dealing  with . th*-  Bc_______ry__o_d_ips, t__eJ______dand Mines:  has____e��j_>ao��_ng tosayin part-  lie  nnamg.tomtu of British Co-nmbaabate  been noted for being-law-abidir-g, and  cnmeslike highway robbery burglary  and; hoidnp of all kinds and degrees  h__reJb___D-._����fc��^Bu-��.v-^-J-  Tsaxsy m the chisf mming cassp in _____  ish Co__t_Dbia.    TJbe magnxficent c___ce  eqo-pa____t psesaated to _____ W___E____s  as a ______so��x___ of esteem by t__e"ci_i-  aais of Phoenix when'be left's few  years agoi, was in steady set-race and  was poented to with - pride by that  gentleman. .  ; Mr. .WiBiams is looking after the  developEnent - of tbe California-Giant  mines at Rossland, the Holden group  in tbe Chelan  country,   Washington,  to gain vafaable information suited to  their needs.  Keaoer, retnegaber the ts-rth  annual  NeJsoQ fhrit fair, to be held at _________  on Wednesday, Thcrsday, Friday and  S2t__r___y, September 25. 24, 25 and  26. Four solid days of sight-seeing,  education and zsnusesa^tat. This year  will surpass all previous fairs, in every  line,, and you c______-t____srd to miss it.  Bctui'i PaOa*afkr.���Xma.  Resolved, that t__at kid _an*t have a  nice time, because be won't allow him-  that  and the I_-d_p_nd---ce group  in thel^ to.   j^^ ttl2coi ���ot�� aboat ^  , OI~31      ~��� ",:"* " *'' iS~ r~�������� under j maa who nerer fi>����>^'cob"t___t, for he  goodjl��_Hif__r$,oo,ooo_��ytheG-__obTCo,J��0bk his disposition  with hirn erery  sboald be made to - keep  name.,   Tbe police anthorities and the j and the others being aH_tr__tle_L by jay  P. Graves and associates. This makes  frequent- trips necessary for Mr. \Vi_-  dhzens of _____ Boundary should, therefore, make every effort to capture these  holdup artists,, dead or alive, at, the  e___Iiest_-poot__ble'moment-    The'only  place-for, such desperadoes is in -the  P-_ri_e__._a.ycT in the cetnetry.    It is  certain that- the public will" not *care  much' which, so long'as they are in  etJJ���� one or the mher place.   At large  thgy.areja^con_-t_at. menace to life and  property.    Who   doubts : ______; -they  would ccuadlessly slay-anyone who had  ^ the tem^ty to stand between them and  the acquisition of their booty?,   They  place .themselves- outside of the pale, of  tbe -law* whenever, tliey, en_ex(,a- place  andwshoot'J"bands"np," and- if   the  .  opf*__rta^yco?n����taket_Jem pmon  -j^^ntJo^ete-'oixi speedy justice to  -"-hem it sbonld not beoveriookedll It  ��� might stiorabte activity, both prmte  "?!'_?!*!_��� to ofl^ a��ood ��Kd rewird  forlfaeir apprehension.  liams, tbe interim being spent in his  office in [Spokane.  - We had occasion to visit a large  blooded-stock ranch nine miles from  Spokane, and had an interesting side-  Ugbf on how mining stock can increase  in value in a few fears. We were asked  what z 0,000 shares of Knob Hill stock  would .be worth now in its equivalent  in G_-_nbyshar__vthe questioner saying  that he sold it for ten cents per share  some ten; years ago,- not thinking the  mine would amount to much. Perhaps  it is worth while to see what onr fr_ead  would have made had he held his stock  to the present. As we rezaember it,  those $1 par value Knob Hill shares  fete exchanged for Gnsa % Ceasoti-  The ____cbf__i_t__" strike on the-Qsvr  adian Pacific railway siia hangs fee,  Bto-b.the men and  the company are  standing firm.    Though as yet genera}  traffic has not been seriously affected  by the strike, the repair damp for roM  ing stock most necessarily be gaming  tepidly J�� proportions.   Tbe CP.RL  will require to take - great precaatiom  to prevent aeddents, if the trouble is  riot-noon overcome.;  where be went." Gentle reader, this  world is just wbat you make it- The  birds sing, the flowers bloom and  happiness b all about;- kicking and  complaining only make matters worse.  Go find some one who is worse off than  you are and make him happy. You  don't know how much happier it will  make you, that's right! Come cheer up  boys���its a sin to be cross.  For God's sake stop bawling���  Instead do some maalmg-  It makes the world bstter  To look at a quitter;  Fate scrawls when she sees  A grown-up on his knees.  A man with his health  Is a mine jammed with wealth  Full of unexpected lodes,  Way, t__e freckled-back toads  Have tbe sense to keep jamping-  And here you are fmrnping!  Come now, strike your gait-  It isn't too la_e,���-Ar- -���-  There's no such thing as fate!  Drop that fbcitaik'of "Iik*.?  Get a grip bn.yogr pluck,  ^��d bacmVr":'' ',S    .' ' ���';.'  Pboeoiz-  Gfcenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 _a.m_ 1  f*      --��� " lowertown, io.ooa.rn.| Standard Time  Leave Gxeexjwood     '--���-.. 3.00 p. nv.'  Prompt Atfeention to Express aiid Freight.  Phosmx Orrtcs., With McRas Bkos., Kxob Hiu, Atk.  D. 1^ McEiato  (W-RawWwlMMM  _--_l�� tmrj WBONKSDAY Hrea'.ii |n  Scaix'-aa-ii-. H*ILOU Iro=._ir. iTtnne.  Vb.iiny brctbiea tonHilly Wclcesa:  HP. FfBNSTROM.Prs.-diit.  A   O. JOHNSTON', Fiii. f��y.  >   OIDEI OF OWLS.  _.crt�� cmy Tbc��sbit Evi.t  1KC. at MiocrV Cnioo H_-_.  ���s* m  "To gthx  And win-"  -*?7  tomBAsv _c kootisuv ms oke kecosd  SKjt-K-U ____ Sautter MUoiats far Yew. to  Bate.  '��� Ore   shipments  from   the   various  mines of Boundaiy and Kootexxay, and  the receipts of ore a�� _____ sme______ of  Sc___heas_eni B-___s3- Co_a_oC__-l_ar ____  weei and  for 190& to date __re   as  HANDBOOK  ___l____M____flin__IM_Mi____l____l____ll__ll_MI__ll__l *li_]|__i__Mi__A____l__li____l__MI___il__t____il a\%  OTT!!Tii7TiTiii1i7!!71i7  '^ HI    I -l'.^  DANNY DEANE. Proprietor. 3  ..-.���-.-/T_ii_r-is-nfac----__rgtsr^^ heated by   -a  hot ..water'and well furnished throughout for the accommodation. 3  of the public. Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals - ^  served at all hours, special attention being given  the  Diningroom     j^  ^     '?    C-t-hraiy Loca*z& on Hie Bridge, Ftftfi Streel, Pteot^. ^  ^-.    STEAM   HEATED. ELECTRIC   UGHTING. -        .     TELKI��HOME   4S...IS  ^ii4^__u__uiu^iiiikiiiiu^-ii imiii_iiiiiiMiU__uii.ii_ii.ii_iii��>;  CcriLiI Wdcaroc toBtttttfco. VUt  ___3L  DAVIDOXLEV.  WM. LOUTTTT,  S��cr<urr  KingEdward Lodge, No.3_t  A. F:and A. M.  RegularctKx_!_ii-a_c*._cm 8 p. m.     &r.  end Tharaday or each month.  Emergent meeting* uc*lted;Ka>o_-  mlf.~ '   ���  Ball. McHalc- Block.  v. M.-HKaaiNo.  SccretarT.  T. RODEJUCK.  W.Ji.  h O. O. F.  SNOWSHOE LODGE SO. it  Meet* every Vouday ETening  at Miatn' lit)  Vldtinc brethren cordially inrited.  W. A-  PiptAlD  Koble <>����od.  W.  K.  BtlLOP. Rectxd- Sec>.  .      Ti A: Lots,- Per. F>saa. Stt^-.  PUOKNtX   AKBIK   >'Q  1SS  ^X^^I^^^^^^S  SHtrxzsns,  WZJEt  dated $10 shares ax tbeiaie of five to. v^^^ .. ���   ��  one when the present Gnmby Co. ��,  f^ 2*^^ S��33*  TfaereiSore, those i<vwo Knob Hifi.        ~.. .  i0(UI _t_.5��_. r,��377^27  -    (iew E_i_M (Mi*. ��are_. I808.J  '_>f__-_:::Oct-Vo;;:'-': '7 '  PAGES: 1228.  CHAPTERS:  25.  ���'  SCOPE: The <C_opper  Industry of  the World:      ���������-.".~  COVEXING: Copper History, G^-  olcgy, G_pgsT_phy, G-e-nist-y,  ifiner-  aiogy,    Mining,   ^fiiling.    Leaching,  SnaeJdng,' Kefimng, Brands,- Grades;  Itatptaisasas; __i-#__;;-'U___4''-Sab_---u___^-  TenrcBofcgy, ��� l-tepaiits'. by   Dtstricts,  3-_tt__^.    C��j2rai____j:.. aisd : Continents.  *__��._*��_ Ds___a,�����________��' of -Prodoc-  tzazA was, CaemsBpaa^'i-ha^otts,- Exports,  F&sx&oix, TfofissB&s, etc.  Tlfe'Cogper Ha_-__��jo_: is conced-  sd-jr'____.-  llffitila CnionKiU  Tnewiay ceeoinga.  VUitlog  alway*  brotber.  rtlon:.  I   Wn��. w. P.  HlUT Jl-U.  i��V>��5  Knob  Hill  aitares would be eqcal to 200 pre��___t  Midway.has been the scene of ao-  pt-jef holdup, the desperadoes went to  the extreme ami their victim is dead.  If the good name of Canadian law is  to be upheld the authorities hare got  to use expedition and bring the criminals to justice.  Gnsnby shares, worth today to the  marie- $?oo^joo. 2fot only wooJd the  owner of Knofc^Hiil iharej have had  aa increase in vstlttetrf 2,000 per ctnti,  but he would havereceived 24 percent  all vjld in dividend*, if out figures are  correct. That is to say, fie would have  received bis original investment back  10 dividends two or three times over,  and wosld ztilVlare his $200,000 m  shares to his credit This story is no  pipe dream, either, and is the more interesting on thai account-c  We also met W. C. Thomas, then  general manager of the Dominion Cop-  per Co, in Spokane, who was awaiting  orders to start operations; at, his company's ro.nes at Phoenix, and who still  has the greatest faith in  the ultimate  zxcztsns���  S_-J__.TE__  Granfoy ,  B.C. Copper Co.  ��too��cion Copper Co  Toil   korthport (__e__Ro_),-.''  Marysville.. _ '...'..  1^94 K#7��447  ���-'.' i^jz  5,294 i3i,03  r,44s6    53,253  5.730  Eastern Conservatives are in great  Sgbtioghumor and are...calling for the  Dominion elections on Oct 22nd or j <wt_��mepf the company,^^ although he  23rd.   Sir Wilfrid, however, has  not has���*r��wfeiTed his own able efforts to  the Salt Lake mining field.  given his assent as yet.  The value of the property destroyed  in two or three forest fires would equal  the cost of adequately protecting a!)  Canada's forests for years to come.  The cost of having us send the Piio  neer to ioy part of the world, for a  short tuas^js only 45 cents per month  teave n_u___��__ad addresses at thel  P*o___�� olBceL ���"'.���'������  H. H. Shallenberger and George A  MacLeod, -weM known in Boundary  mining operations in Skylark and  Franklin camps in the past, were also  met in Spokane, both of whom are now  operating m the Salmo district back of  Nelson, and like many others, have anf  eye on the great district back of Prince be*n <Uem'We'i h? mntual consent.   AH  "-uirnnce accounts due the said firm are. payable  to the undersigned, who will pay all  accounts ajjainst the firm.  NeKce ���( _H__��l0i{oa  Notko is hereby given that the part-  nersbif. Heretofore exieting between F  L. Petereon and AI ten. Anderson a�� proprietor*, of the Norden Hotel has been  Rupert.  Subscribe for the Pioneer and ge  I tbe latest ____*__c_arjr news.  F. L. Pktkkeoh.  Pfeau-si-t, Angnai lltb, 1SC_._  Bwk aa Cepper_  THE _Mf JKER neodb the books for  tbe facts is ^ves him regarding Geology, 3f______g. Copper Deposits and  'Copper Mines.������-���"..i   ;.-.?'"..: l: i:,*  THE METALLURGL9T needs the  boofc for the facts it gives him regarding copper -oi-Hrsg, leaching smdu'og  a��id resSning.  THE COPPEP- CONSUMER  needs the book for every chapter it  contains. It tells what, and explains  how and why.  r THE IKTESTOR IN COPPER  SHARES cannot afford to be without  it.    The  Copper   Handbook   gives  statistics and general info. mat.on on  one hand, with thbtisands of detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper mines (A the entire  world, and the 40 pages of condensed  statistical tables alone are worth more  than the price of the book to each and  every owner of copper mining shares.  PRICE:   $5.00  in   buckram   with  gilt   top,  or   $7.50   in   full   library  morocco,  TERMS: Tbe most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent  you, all carriage charges prepaid, on  one week's approval, to be returned if  unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits.  Can you afford not to see the book  and judge for yourself of its value to  you?  WRITE NOW to the editor and  publisher,  Horace J. St��vera��  K-OfP-MfcEM  -PHOEXIX, B.C   Meets ewry Tct^rur  EvotiNO    ':    :    :    :  ���cjiarainf Brothe-i Cwrdla'l)  W.lcotool.        :       ;  K   H. McCBA�� KEN.  r. of k. a.  Plioeniz Siroe Shop  A. T. TURAXO, Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-elass work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  s*>ecialtyr guaranteed water  ���ryif.  fir-l Stre-t-  Oypttlle  Knob Mill Hole  Phokxu, B.C.  Hotel Balmoral  Corsar Knob BUI At�� . and Flrat 8U,  PHOENIX, B. C. .,  BawsaA Op-to-daM  OoodSonp-* Boooul  J. a BeS-AJTEI  Pnprictor.  X  Ossoys  Land District-  District of Yale.  TAKK NOTICJ. Uut I, CH*��. Dc��d��f. o  Rocilaod. raining, latcml to ��ppW.r>r pctralxon  to purchase Iht follotrlng dr��crib.<l Und-rom-  uwBCinc al a Poat planted about 4o chatu* in ���  ���onIberty direction from Pife -itltion, on the  Columbia and Western Ratlway. and al>tut too  Tectau. the east aide (iota Ihe railway truck, at  theaoulb treat coruer of let jsSj, Uiencc north 4��  chain*; tben��.e west k> chains: thence south 4"  chain*: thence east a_ chains, V* place of com-  tnenctttaent; and cootatnlng . So acres more or  lesa.  Uaaaua ocrokk.  Dated, 19th June - iqoS  THE  RICAN MINING REVl  E8TABLI8III.D    IN     189 0,  THE  MOST  PRACTICAL MINERS'  PAPER   IN  THE   WORLD. & &  Fonn��*mt 18_1_���Im-wrporatwl 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  39, Shexdek Buildikg, Houghton  Mics__ V.S.A.  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every-day ruining man. :        :.:.:'-.���: _  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIQHT.  03 per ye_vb_-sa_-_;p__,__ on request.  PoIkUshed CTcsy Saturd-iy at Los Angaiea, Califomia.  ProvuU'a a Chriatiiwi  home tor stod-  -_nta of IwtL sores at modlereto rates.  Has a preparatory claas for junior stud-  ant*, doing (trade public 'school  work  then hint, school work, confers all high  Mchool privili'jjea, and prepares for teach-  ors'exan.inatione.   Teaches all branche_  of a I'rnotloftl Busineee Course and gives  Diplonian.   Gives a liberal odtication m  it* Collegi&to Courae and in the Ladies'  Oouroe.for M.E.L. and M.L.A.   In Unl-  voraity work, can take students through  the ^'complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. c_tn be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  Int-nfl.Helton.  ''.���..  For fuller information and terms write  Bev. W.J. 8ipperell,B.A.,B.D.,PriD<rf��  Hal ��_* Bot. J. Pi Bo_?___, _3__t__u..  ^���*_US!ft___^_^_P^  <fl___--A^_.'KlAVMW^A____^_W_!__i-V__-____'.KL  rS_^_arifi5_i__^ni -���-���tov-W. j-fts-^^^m^iv.j**^  arfl__-W-_ft^*__.^^^  THE- PHOENIX PIONEER;  [ RAMBLING   REVERIES     j  I                            |IY   A   UHEAMKB ;  j ..,._.._�����������������*������������������� ���������'��� �������������  Oie person in the house, who hasp  lofty conception of God and pure ideas  0f life, can lift the whole family to that  level, just as the leader of an orchestra  strikes a ringing key note to which every  musician conforms until the harmony  is perfert. A stranger entering a household knows wht-��h r the key nn'e  llvre is liijil�� or low. There are house".,  nfllii'iu in-wealth and cullun*, when  the discords ore .irc'i ssant, and ihe  meaiiinu of life no higher than that <>'  liTutcs. Hut no symphony ran compare wilh tho significitnc" of daily life,  in a-family "f gentle words and nohh  conduct.  '��"  For  a   pood|   everyday    liou'-t.liol.l  ancel cive"u. the w'nmnn-who liun/hs.  Her biscuit may not always hi. ju-t  riyht, and she may occasionally I-urn  |nr hrpad and1 forjj'et to p-placc dis'o-  catcd button v hut for solid comfort all  day and every day she is a very t>arai_on.  Home is not a hatth- fi'-l;!, nor life one  long unending row. The trick of always < seeinu the hri��ht sid-, or if the  matter has no.bright sid��", of-shining  up! the dark one, is n very important  faculty; one of the things no woman  should be without. We are not all  born! with the sunshine in our hearts,  as the Irish prettily- phrase it, hut we  can cultivate a ch.'erful sense of humor  if we only ti'y.  '���' 0-  Take people hy''th* hand whom you  really w_sh to help. D m't stand on a  high pedestal and l_.11 them to do ;hen-  selves the honor ol jumpinu to your  level1. R��ther go to them kindly and  ext_nd.1o���them the hand of christian  fellowship, or let theni alone.  This b(iy goes to- his busines��, and  at his business t)egins by simply doing  the things he is told to do, and doing  them in'a common and ordinary way.  Jf he stops here, he remains all his life  long a drudge.    But if he begins to see  that business has   a significance, that  his life is not merely sweeping the store  not merely selling goods; if he begins  to see the higher life involved in business; if he begins to see that business  is a greater instrument of beneficence  than   that   we  call   beneficence,   that  trade  is  clothing-thousands  of  men  where charity  clothes  ten,   that  agri  cultural and milling are feeding thousands of men where charity feeds ten;  if he begins to see huw.lie whole his,  tory of the world is linked   together,  and is God's way of building humanity  arid Vervihg humanity '���-a* he gets this  larger'view,- and.enters into it, life is  enriched and becomes itself the mini-  stei whereby love is enlarged1 and conscience is   strengthened,"   the   school  wherein he is educated out of the lower  into the higher.  The oak if in the middle ol the  forest, which is surrounded on every  side by trees that shelter and shade it,  run-up tall and sickly; put away from  its protectors and the first blast will  overturn it. But the same tree growing  iii the open field, wheie it is continually,-beat upon by the tempest, be-  its own protector. So the man who is  compelled to" rely on his own resources  forms an independence of character to  which he could riot otherwise have at  tained. Therefore prefer rather to  climb up hill with difficulties than to  roll down with inglorious ease.  MOTHER  Mrs. K. Kane, of  Chicago, Uses  Pe-ru-na in her  family of five  children, Grace,  Myrtle, Edward  EDWARD  ���*"*&__:.���'  &  P��-ru-na In the Home.  After all,experience Is tho best teacher.  Borne doctors may write In favor of Peruna. Other doctors may write agnlnst  It. But ltis tho testimony ot the mothers  nnd fathom who ��ru rearing fatqillo..  who love their children, who rnn��t  economise aa to doctor bills, who are  raising little boys and stria |nto;mcn and  women of the future, it U the testimony  Ot such people that really counts.  There is no way to positively ascertain  bow many families in the United State*  rely upon Peruna for the many climatic  ailments to which tlie family is subject.  Tlie number must be a great one. Sever-"  pi millions perhaps. They )iave learned  flow to use Peruna-tor ordinary ailments, and In tha^ yray %ro guarding  their homes against more serious diseases.  Such ailments as coqghg and colds,  ���ore throat ang catarrh, croup and colic,  Indigestion and Iobs of appetite,-anemia  and nervousness, all those ailments are  promptly relieved by a few doses ot  f*eruna at ihe right time.  Millions pf provident mothers and  fathers are guarding the Interests' of the  borne by using Dr. Hartman _i great  pamedy, and profiting by his medical  booklets and personal advice.  w  Reeves  George  A Healthy [^mily  Catarrh al Stomach:  Kept the Children Well.  Mrs. K, Kane. 196 Sebor St., Flatl j Chicago, III., writes:  "Peruna has been used so long in our family that I do not know  how I could get along without it.  "I have given it to all of my five children at different times wnen  they suffered with croup, colds and the many ailments that children,  are subject to, and am pleased to say that it has* kept them in splen  did health.    >  ���  "I have also used it for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing,  and it cured me in a short time, so I have every treason to praise  Catarrhal Croup.  Few people realize how frequently  croup is caused'by catarrhal congestion  of the throat, Probably nine cases outof  tgn of croup is of the catarrhal variety.  _?hg medical profession recognizes  three forms of croup. The ppasmodicva-  riety, membranous croup und catarrhal  croup.  Nearly every case is of tho catarrh al variety, and a few doses of Peruna taken at  the first appearance of the catarrhal  symptoms U generally sufficient to avert  tho attack of croup altogether.  Croup is a f:-i;_;htfiil disease. No disease of children _o alarms the houe;i-hold.  It is impossible to estimate how many  homes hare been protected against croup  by the proper use of Pernna,  Household Remedies,  There is no remedy in the world  which has prqven so popular for catarrh  as Peruna. l\ has been used for more  than thirty years and. cured thousands  of cases, as prpyen by our testimonials.  In the early history of this, country  every family had its "home-made medicines. Herb teas, bitters, laxatives and  tonics were to bo found in' ulmoBt every  house, compounded by the housewife.  sometimes assisted by the apothecary or  ths family doctor.  Furnishing medical compounds direct  to the people, through the druggists j is  simply the extension of the practice begun by tho people themselves.  Nervous System a Wreck.  John O. Hirdler, Garfield, Kan., writes:  "On December 2, 1899, I was injured  by a fall on the Santa _?e R. R., and my  entire  nervous system was Impaired  by the same.   The help of a physician  was useless.   I believe I tried every one  iu the viciuity, but all were alike sad I  Mr. John M. Stansberry, Amarillo, Tex., writes:  "For several years I had catarrh of the stomach.   I was hardly  ;?able to1,do anything, and could not.eat with ai.yjsati_fact.6nn~   !  |      ' When I commenced using Peruna, I weighed I on lyi.10%oi.nds.  1h took jsix bottles, commencing In the springyand-by-the-fo!lowing  winter I,had gained 63 pounds.  "lowe it5ali.tp Peruna,, It cannot be praised,too highly.     :,  |iamf6rty-five:years bld,.ancUiriyi6ccupatr6n.iiWat of arch tec.  and builder."  remained without strength.  i "I then 'tried Peruna, and after;nsing  it for three months was totally well.  I am seventy-one years old, and my work  on the railroad is hard and tedious, but  I bah work like a young man in all kinds  of weather, heat, cold. rain, snow "or  storm alike.  "Peruna is the purest and best medl:  cine, and if used according to directions,  it will h.lp any persciri and cure any disease for which it is recommended. I recommend this medicine by my own experience to any one suffering from an  ailment on the order of mine."  For, Herself and Children.  Mrs. Aline DePasse, 776 E.il65t_i St.;  New York, N. T., writes:  "It gives me pleasure to testify to the  cura.ivequ_lit.esof Peruna and Msnslln.  eri  ��uyr'  "I was afflicted for over seven years'  with catarrh of the head, throat ao4r  digestive organs.    I  consulted/ many"  physicians, but they did me no good.  "One day I happened to read some test,';  timonials in your. Peruna, almapac. X.  decided to t-yTPero^md^arialln. if'  bought a bottle of each and atter'takingi"-  them for a week, I noticed a change foil,'  the better. So I kept It up and after nsfi.y-  Ingtwelve bottUalmax'perfectly cureeZt  "I also gave the medicine to my child-*7.  ren and they had the same beneficial r_-7.  suit. I would never, be without thesis  remedies in the houso.\     .;>'���. 7j.  '.Ivhighlyi:recommend JPerun* andii  Manalinto all my friends, __nd,inj_��c_, io~y  eYeryb__fy."Y. . ".-���:.. "^i^^-tf" ./>.  Thousands of families have learned to'  trust and bolicye in Br. Hartman's jndg*  ment, a__d to rely on his remedy, PeruaW  it  I  B. C MINING  'fry .he piorjeer jo b department ol  your next order of printing,  A. Bold Step  $_> evenome the vell-groaadc-. tod  rawonable objections of tho more tntel-  ll��nt to Uio use of secret, medicinal com-  Pojindfl, I*. B. V. Pierce. of Buffalo, N  V^' some time ago, decided to make a bold  departure from tho usual coarse pursued  by, the makers ot put-up medicines for do-  BfMUc UM, and. so has published broad-  <mt and openly to tho whole world, a full  and compnto iist of all tho ingredients  entering inisvthe composition of bis widely  celebrated ao^dlQWcs. Thus he has taken  his Ciumerptf. j4trons and patients jnto  his fuir^fWiinee. Thus too he has re-  diclnos -from among secret  MStitfmsror doubtful merits, and made  -he__l*ftcm��d-e�� of Known CompoaMtm.  Bv this hold step Dr. Pierce has shown  i it.=> ii nnif^n^ir|_ER!i___W_w_H___?_'__l��  AW_l^r5]5yr���r^n_B_E___._____--_-^^  ?Ilot only doea the  f Dr. Pierce's Qoldbn  i .- .      .  Tapper of every bottle  Medical Discovery, the  famous medicine for weak stomach, torpid  liver or biliousness and all catarrhal diseases  Vheieyqr located, haveorlnled upon it. <n  -'"if JBnoUWW a full and complete list of all  lmrretilM-ts composlne ��� It. but a Small  r has ' been   complied from nnmerou_  Standard medical works, of all the different  - ���   - im. vktv nuther-  leadine  brslns *(* the  BchoplB of practice, contalnine very nurher-  ons _ktracts-from; the-wrltlncs of  practitioners of medicine, endc  MHmoeatp-iesQilt Urme, each and every uwre-  _Uent 'Contained In Dr. Pierce's medicines.  One of these llttlo books will be mailed frco  ter. to I>r. It. V. Plorce, Buffala  .-Wuqatliur the same.: From thli   ..  ��k It will bo learned that Dr. PlerCe'S to^-  an<ivzet_uosi  pookUwUl:  or   y^  m Utls little  to any one sendlnc address on postal card  brletter. to Dr. It. V. Plorce. Buffala M.  hookU   Iclnes contain no alcohol, narcotics, _fl��.H  MflnU t,r ether poisonous or injurious M��|  hnu that they are made from native, meoi-  a��l ��\>j<a.of arreat.values-also that some or  ib. rha A valuable Ingredients contained In  ���)-. i"-,icfl'�� F��v<.rtto Prescription for weak.  a-oown." nervous  Setv >if, over-workod. "run-  n  \ few of our most viiuablo native. mo��  - plants was trained from the Infll.sns.  As made up by improved and exact processes, tho "Favorite Prescription <��� 1�� a most  ctq.i_��rremcdy for re<rolatinfr wl the womanly -Uni.tlf.n_. rarmctlnir dlsDlaoements. aa  ���nly functions, correcting displacements, as  Prolspnus, anteverston and retorverswo.  ovetoomiiis. painful periods, tonlnn _up Va��  K__SX_f_^fetDMb;3 --ia  Phoesli Railvsv Timetable.  C.   P.   R,  Reaves for Rholtand Nelson, a.io p.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     6 oo p.m.  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and   ������  Spokane .. ..    8.55 a.m.  Arrives     . . .. ..     6.30 p.m.  The Fortune mine, near Kamloops,  which has already 450 feet of tunneling,  is to be further developed.  Mr. Camsell returned on Thnrsday  last from Bear Creek, pretty well tired  out alter four very strenuous days.  During his trip he visited the Swede  group and met Mr. W. Y. Williams.  Mr. Camsell reports C.P.R. engineers  actively engaged surveying on the Cold-  water and learned that the general impression at Bear Creek is that the route  will go down One mile.���Hedley Gazette.  Option for bond on the Golden Zone  near Hedley, has been given to G. I3.  .....   a Certificate of Improvements, for ths purpo��e of  Jones,  superintendent  of  the   Nickel 1 obtai���iiig a crownGront of the above claim.  And lurther take notice that action, under sec.  MINERAL ACT.  (Form F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  Woodburn, Woodburn Fractional, and Lucky  Shot Fractional Mineral Claims, situate in the  Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale DUtrict  Where loc.ted���On Fourth of Ju'.y Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for Julius Carsom, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B. ar93, intend, sisty days from  date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining Recorder for  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MlHDOCI.M__NTV-iE.Frtp.  35 Horses,   Full   Lively   Equipment,  Have taken  oyer "the''XumBe_~Var_I'~'''  and will carry a full stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN    ANY   QUANTITY  Plat _ and Sunnyside mines at a figure 1  variously stated from $40,000 to $75,-'  000, with time to explore the property. The property is a gold proposition  some four miles from the Nickel Plate.  It is not known officially whether Mr.  Jones has taken the option on spec, or  whether he reprpsents a company.  Horses to Rice Without Drivers.  A horse rage between pacers without  a driver is one of the novel features  planned for the race meet at the Spokane Fair. Manager Robt. H. Cos-  grove is in receipt of applications from  three owners of pacers, asking him to  put up a purse for a guideless horse race.  The race will be a harness even', the  h >rses starting as usual, with the exception of running'the course without  guidance.  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 14th day of ..ugust, A.D., 190S.  SYDNKY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  (Pork f.)  Certificate of Improvement.,  NOTICE.  "Columbus Fractional" Mineral Claim, s.tuate  Iu the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District    Where located���lu Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  Agent for Thomas Roderick, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 1405J. Geu-ge W. Rumberger Flee  Miner's Ce-tificate No. B 14256, and Dugal Mc-  Innis, Ktre Miner s Certificate No. B ioSS^, Intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder !or Certificates or Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a Crown  Grant or the above claims.  And furth.r Tnke Notice that nctiru, under  section 3;, mu. t be commenced before the Is-  _ii_iice of such Ccrtific_J.es ol Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day or June, A.D., 1908.  I. H. IU"VTT.  Frompt Attention to   orders  at any hour of day or night.  Knob Hill Ave.        ^PH0NEi4-)       Phoenix, B. C.  Dominion AVe.Y Neat City _____  __..______ RHOwjvtnr. R_ <_. -_���_��  Hotel  OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE,  PHOENIX  Having taken over the business of the Dominion Hotel,  the undersigned will endeavor to keep the Dominion  the leading hotel in the premier Boundary mining camp.  Choice Liquors and Cigars���Dining Room Under  Personal Direction  Every Convenience for Commercial Trade  J, B.  BOONE & MASSBY  SIXTtl JtlMllJ.. (IM ft-UIT fAlt?  NELSON, B.C.  NELSON, B.C  4--DAYS--4  DAYS  4  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles7  For Any Part of the Boundary.   Express  and/  Baggage  Transfer Given   Prompt Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  ASharsof thsPubUc Patniuf�� Sottcttad. 'PHONE _T.  Pbt.riix Market.  'Phone  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season : :  All   Orders  Receive  Prompt Attention;  Markets at Greenwooil, Grand Forks, Midway,   Eholt and all ther other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters:  NELSON.  B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary:  GREENWOOD, B.C.  ; JOHN APPLEBY  i Contractor and Builder  Dealer in Rough and Dressed Lumber  Estimates Furnished  All  Kinds   of  Repair   Work   Done  Office and Yard on  Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C  .  %+*&*-*&+****-**^*-��^+-*3++*4-*&*+>s^*-e4****+**M*+***f+*,��^^��  Friday and Saturday,  SEPTEMBER 23, 24,25,26,1.08.  T.AT.QT_R A_?D BETTER TIIA2.  EVKR  Free Entertainments Daily.  Three Horse Races Daily.  Phoenix Steam Laundry Cov  J  {  FOUR DAY RELAY HORSE RACE  EAGLES' DAY, THURSDAY, Sept. 24th.  CHILDREN'S  DAY, FRIDAY, Sept.  25th  KXCURStOX RATKS ON ALL TRANSPORTATION LINKS  Vor further inforiualian or Prir.e L'��t wnte-  D. C. McMORRIS, Secy.,  BOX 95, N_C_,SON_ B.C.  With the newest and moat modern machinery, we are now in  a  position to handle the  largent or smallest orders  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  Phone No. 25  Patron!** Home Industry.  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D    McKENZIE,   Manager.  Dominion Ave,  Phoenix, B C  ��� oo.oooo.Tio.j do _> joo j'jd joo'jo - ror:oo<-to.ocoo.oc.ooox-o:ooo:oo.O-oc  CHANGEABLE, ISN'T IT?  UNLIKE  How Many Blocks Can You See���SU or Seven.  IT'S   ALWAYS   THE   SAME.  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Importi d and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As wc ship direct in Carloads, we   can   make   the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McOeath & Co.  GREENWOOD, P.  C.  m  '���'':$m''  '��� :���-���-��:,'  :,y_f|:  i *���_���'_������ ������  ���'<*m':-  ���im:  '������:&$$���:.  ���'���MP  if  :!��!.  mi-  -Mil-  ������?m'-  ���m  '..���:.���'  ���-^I'-'-'y.  ��9W5WRSWC _aa  J. i  i-  BP9V-  f.  ,f  rfj  *f  ir_  _3  ft  i;^--."-"--"'"'"-'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  NEXT DOOR TO THRASHER'S.  Siiiiil.  ;|_H_ffll=M_^f  WINTER  COMING  IS  YOU HAD BETTER ORDER YOUR  ^��*   SHEET   MUSIC* \*,*  Latest from New. York at  TWENTY CENTS Per Copy  McKINLEY EDITION at lOc  _���_���  t  /IN  sew__atio/-a  .stocicmow:  _3-#3?  OCT  5 6-7  1908.  ��o_j_ CQM______mvBrB__^^ x  :i_/_R_rA:  iShaws.  ���ttmapi  ���. FamousSpk'tacle-^   - ,  'carniv^l��/:kapl___:5>^  ERUPTION AMOUNT VESUVIUS"  COMCLUDIMG Wltti 51500,FIR_: WORKS DISPLAY  ��� EVELWY.MIGhTO.OO PEOPLED00 FTSC__N__RY  A.OTE Tu RLbTrtO^GSOVL .-._CY.~- -��10 MUTTON BLOCK'SPOKANE.  .c .   -.   W'-(i..-.. v.i.T> "��� ��� i-       :. OVF-.C    '-'-_'  j-,W(-. ,.    wo,r^  Rr-DUtLD    HAILROAD   RATES  In and Around Phoenix  PIANOS  ONE, MENDELSSOHN  ONE  HEINTZMAN . :  Latest" Styles  Arrive.   Next   Week.  JAMES  BRIEF  TOPICS OF  LOCAL  AND GENXRAL ���"_.  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS. ���** S&  from   Grand  Miss F. R.  Hughes  visited   Eholt  friends on Monday.  For a mild,  free-drawing cigar,  the  I "Boundary" is the best.  Herb Smith is in charge of the War  Eagle compressor plant.  John Graham of Rossland is spending a few days at his home here.  , Mrs. Duncan   Stewart  returned on  Thursday from a visit in Spokane.  Mrs. O. N. Gaeler returned Monday  evening from a visit in   Grand Forks.  Houses for- sale or' rent���apply to  McAuliffe, the tailor,   Dominion Ave.  For rent���two nice house-keeping  suites at the Biner block. Apply on  premises.  Miss Larson, who has been local C.  P.R. operator, left on Monday for  Grand Forks.  .. _  fiftE_._.ff(}QP  STEAM UMWL  NO SAW EDGES ON  COLLARS -e-CUPFS .  Wagon calls every Tuesday  and Saturday. Leave  orders at   .   ,   HIBNER'S BARBER SHOP  D. J. iViatheson  .Insurance Hgcnt  *-____-,' "' __1__B  A.BTf>  ACdDKNT.  JIOKLITY } BONDS,  COMM_I_-��l_O.Y____  PZ_A.TB   GLASS  Some snaps in grass chairs, a most  comfortable summer chair���"Binns,  the furniture man."  - Thos. Johnston of Rossland was in  camp for a few days this week renewing  old acquaintances.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will beat -his  Phoenix office, bank block, Sept. io  -0"_3_ti._-  Phone A. r8.--.-.". ���-    ',"   ,.  Thos. McElroy went east .on Monday, and will spend ' some months at  his home at Winnipeg.  troni SpoKane, has opened dressmaking  parlors in the Delehay block.  .Mrs. (Dr.) Dickson left on Monday  lor Boston, Mass, on a visit to her  former home for a few months.  . Miss Jessie McKenzie returned to  Greenwood on Monday to resume her  duties on the school staff there. '  W. J. Prendergast  and  F.  J. J. Strutzel returned  Forks on Thursday.  Order your  wood   from   Mclntom-  mey.    Phone B 32.  Rev. Father Bedard went to Nelson  on Monday for a short trip.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  M. W. Elliott of Grand Forks was  in town Saturday on business.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  All bandsmen are requested to meet  at the city hall this evening at 7.30.  Grab bag sale at Thrasher's drug  store, beginning Saturday at 10 a.m,  Patronize hom : industry and smoke  "Boundary"cigar; union made, Havana  filled.  The most cooling of hot weather  beverages is iced "Salada" tea. It is  most delicious.  Snowshoe Lodge, No. 46, I.O.O.F.,  will hold their annual ball on Thanksgiving evening.  Mr. and Mrs. George D. Turner  returned Thursday evening from Hay-  den Lake, Wash.   ,  Mrs. Cosgrove and Miss Hughes  visited friend, in Greenwood on Thursday and Friday, j, -_.---   - ,'S.r-  - Born���At Phb enix,on Sunday, Auj?.  -aird.   Ui" Mi.". aud   Mia. 'J.- R.   "Vetch  Dunlopi a "daughter. .-. '  Miss Blanche* Perry-left'on Monday  on an extended visit to her former'home  in London, England.  Mrs. John Hanna, who was on a  visit to her sister,,Mis. A. Hillier, returned home to Spokane yesterday.  {     Archie Aberdeenleft Tuesdary on an  Dunlop 1 extended trip up the West Fork to  A. S. Hood was down to Grand  Forks yesterday.    :���',;���'  Ed. Balfour, master mechanic, and  George Pratt came in from Mother  I.ode mine on Thursday.  Timothy Baldwin was the recipient  f showers of rice from a number of his  iriends on Saturday evening on his  lepaiture   for  Greenwood.     Further  particulars have not come to hand as  yet.    '  .  Miss Band, who was the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. J.E: W. Thompson for  the past few weeks, left Wednesday for  her home at Oxbow, Sask. Air., and  Mrs. Thompson and Miss "Stacker'ac-  j cornpanied her to Grand Forks and  [had a look through the smelter.  Mr. and Mrs. Macy, Mr. and Mrs.  Birnie, Mr. and Mrs. Stalls and ihe  Misses Atterberry returned fiom Canyon City, West Fork, on Thuisday.  Their stay in the fishing belt was cut  short on account of the inclemency of  the weather. ?.  '������,; R. H. Hutchens and wife returned  in the middle of the week from Republic, Wash., Greenwood and Phoenix, where they have been visiting their  daughters, Mrs. Charles Biesel, who  resides at Phoenix, Mrs. George Ter-  hune, at Greenwood, and Mrs. Chas.  Smith, at Republic. This is the first  time Mr. Hutchens has seen his  daughters in three years. Mr. Hutchens reports that mining is active and  is making good progress in the Boun  dary.���Rossland Miner. *  We handle the CELEBRATED LIBBEY'S & GOW  AN'S KENT'S GLASS, and are showing an excellent  assortment in theii newest patterns. : ���        ;  We have BOWLS, CRL.A MS AN D SUGA RS, CELERY  TRAYS, NAPPIES. OLIVE DISHES, etc, but they  must be seen to be appreciated.     : ; ;  NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.  C*   A.    BLACK,   THE JEWELER  1 uu_*__J-__j..vi��mi;_j_u_{ijui_  Oraagc Ledge laiH._.._.  J. W. Whiteley, Provincial Grand  Organizer of the Orange Association  came to town last Saturday, and on  Thursday evening, Aug. 27 th, instituted a lodge in the K. of P. hall.  Following is a list of the officers elected  for the ensuing term:  W.M.���R. K. Morrison.  D.M.���Eric Jackson.  Chap.���J. G. McKeown.  Rec. Sec.���R. Silverthorne.  Fin. Sec.���H. A. McNiven.  Treas.���Angus McKinnon.  D. of Cer.���A. S. Connolly.  Leet.���-]. A.  McMaster.   -  Committee���Walter Ross, J. D. McLean, H.  Smith, R.   H.   McCracken,  W. A. Pickard.  The lodge will be known as "Gold  Range Loyal Orange Lodge," and will  meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays  of each month. The lodge starts out  under very favorable auspices, and a  large increase in membership is expected within the near future.  pubiac ��>iregt6ry  Go To McRae Bros., For The Following Supplies  STATIONERY.     SCHOOL SUPPLIES       FANCY GOODS  FISHING OUTFITS SOUVENIR GOODS  SMOKERS' SUPPLIES     DAILY PAPERS  books, magazines, etc.  KODAK   SUPPLIES MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS  TOYS, DOLLS, Etc.       OFFICE SUPPLIES  BASEBALL GOODS CHOICEST OF  CHOCOLATES  Lttett Mlnlnf Stock Quotttieia.  Corrected to Aug. 22, 1908.  The stock market ie a sure indicator  of the trend of business. A more buoyant feeling is pervading the different  markctopand ail sioces are~nmrai tlie  following quotations:  ASKKD lib  Alberta Coal and Coke  B.C. Copper      7 50  McRAE BROS, LTD.  "m'm '���'''���" ' ���<��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� 1 ni...i.1mT1  J  left bunday morning on a trip through  inspect mining development'generally,  the Similkameen  to Penticton, going  FOR    TAKING   AFFIDAVITS  J  ;___^S_S_-.��S__g;  "JWE"EXCEL IK PRINTING  **? ���^?r&m**,V0:1ir-i>  When   You Want  Particuiqr Printing  '*-?���?!/���'���  ������������ftiK'i-h  WaceFojir WorkJifii  The Pioneer  xJusiness ineu and others" have  every reason to patronize the  Pioneer, where experience has;  taught theni that the best in the  art can be produced, effectively  and promptly.  If you are not a patron of the  PiONKKk Job Department, place  your next order; with us. You  will be pleased;with the result  by trail.  , Don't forget the big celebration iri  Phoenix on Labor Day. A full program of sports and attractions have  been arranged.-       ".      ... .  -  ' Miss Leone Parks, who has been  attending college in Salt Lake City,  arrived home Tuesday on a visit to  her mother, Mrsu JL Parks.  ,_ W. A. Thrasher, dmg&st, offers his  drug stock and Bxtmes fbr sale on  very reasonable terms. This is ctx-  tainiy a good operatsg fe*-__ drt^Ht,  A subscriber writmz to the 'Pioneer  stasis thai ovr old friend, Martin Mc-  Hale, was a const tckm* meriy-maka j  at a praiic at N ctrth  Vancouver the 1  otfcesr day.  ���"   -"  Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Fisher, and  family, who hare heen residents here  for tome time, went to Grand Forks  on Tuesday, trhere they 'will make  th��r future residence.  F. C. Brine of the Eastern Town-  ���bipjthank returned from Midway on  Uoooay, accompanied by Mrs. Brine  and daughter, t They have taken tip  residence in the Bank block,  Joseph. Wallers, who has been night-  watchman' Tkt the Granby, and for  several years a resident in camp, left on  Monday for Arthurvale, Alberta. Mr,  Wallers owns a farm at Arthurvale and  has gone to assist; in the harvest.  .'������v '" V '' *'. "'.-;.' '���' ".' ..-<���/-  ; The undersigned, is now prepared  to supply lumber and all  kinds  of  material for building purposes. -Car  Iof lumber just received. Phone your  order to A44 ; prompt attention.. C.  A,.Ross. .:" \ ' ':.'7'7v;r;;r5 :'C"  For the Canadian National Exhibition, to be held at Toronto, August 29  to September 14, the Canadian. Pacific  Railway will have in effect special  rour.d trip rate3. For full information  as to rates, dates of sale, limits, etc.,  apply to the nearest C.P.R. ticket  agent. ������..-..��� ,;     ;  ��� '   .     ; si/u!',.������'������'������''"  Frank Peterson,   proprietor" of the  Norden hotel, called on the Pioneer in  reference, to the recent assault case with  which his name was connected.    Mr.  Peierson states that he neither saw nor  had anything to do with the trouble, he  having never been outside the hotel at  the time, and the trouble in question  took  place   half  a   block   from   his  prentices.  D. Shannon was up from Grand  Forks on .Thursday, assisting in the  instituting of Golden Range Orange  lodge.  ���. Mrs." (Dr.) Sproat and children  arrived from Portland, Ore., on Thursday, and will spend a couple of months  in town.  Miss Lulu Bennett, who was on a  visit to her aunt, Mrs. Moore, for a  few weeks, returned home to Nelson  on Wednesday.  Don't forget when you are in need  of furniture I hat I have a full stock of  up-to-date goods at moderate prices���  'Binns, the furniture man."  Lost, berween C.P.R. depot and  Brooklyn mine a cufflink, with masonic  emblem. Finder will be rewarded on  leaving at. Black's jewelry store.  For Sale���House and all furnishings  on Second, street will be sold very reasonably as owner is leaving town*  apply to Mr. and Mrs. T, Black.  i . * t  The many friends of Rev. J. Wel-  lesley Whittaker, .recently of Phoenix,  but now residing in Vancouver, will  regret to learn that he has been confined in a hospital for some weeks.  D. C. Derby arrived from New  York on Saturday and has taken the  position of chief electrician at the  Snowshoe mine. He was accompanied  by Mrs. Derby,, and. they are now  staying at the Brooklyn:        ���"-  Rev. Samuel Lu'ndie goes to Nelson  on Monday to attend, the .'.semi-annual  meeting of the Nelson Presbytery which  takes place in St. Paul's church. Nelson  on Tuesday. Sept. 1st. Mrs. Lundie  will spend the week with 'friends at  Trail. ,  Charles Dickens   Oono. Smelters   Copper Kiiifi   Domin. Copper   Granby   International Coal ...  Kendall   Missoula Copper   Nabob..:.:- :.'...  Oom Pan.   Panhandle Smelter. *.  Rambler-Cariboo   Rex   Snowshoe   ���"-now8torm���   Sullivan   Sullivan Bonds   Stewart    Tamarack-Chesapeake  3*.  89.00  t%  2.37J*  110.00  .62  1.75  .04  .03J4  .04J<  .05%  .19  ���07>_  MhK  1.65  .1.1.  1.00     '  ���85  7.00  3M  70.00  . 2  2.25  90.00  57>_  1.50  .04  .3  .03  .04%  .15  .05^  ���04 Js  1.60   H  .75  - '55  f^OXV thit the long evenings are approaching why  not secure some Musical Instrument and enjoy  the charms of music. We can supply you  with any MUSICAL INSTRUMENT you wish.  We have a stock of Violins, Mandolins and  Guitars on hand, with instructions for the beginner to learn himself, and become proficient.  Call and see our stock.  AL.   ALMSTROM,  [-STATIONERY,-CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCOS  J  r  TONIGHT  PHOENIX - BEER  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  WHY?   Because its  manufacture employ  all of (heir enerpy lo  the  turning out o( a .perfect  Beer" from  the b*st materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC. PHONE 03  Social Dance  PHOENIX BREWING CO.    Bintr & Sons  I  CiOOD BREAD smells poo.l, and i* a belter appellor than manv  a lonr,-. H_ni.re.lB_.atPllO_.N_X BAKERY BKRAI) You'll  nke it tco, for ii'8 wholesome ami nutritious, made horn ihe  puiest of  n.atu.iai-.     If you   haven't  Lied  it, do  so now  TRY   A   DISH   OF  UNEXCELLED   IN  BUTTERCUP   -CECRBAH.  RICHNESS   AND   FLAVOR.  Scandinavian Hall  Good Music.  All Welcome  I The Phoenix Bakery KN0B H,LL  OREAD,  CAKES AND  CONFECTIONERY.  AVENUE.  J..E. Proctor of Calgary, district  passenger agent of the C.l'.R., was in  town on Monday. Recent changes in  the C.P.R. official districts places the  Boundary in Calgary division, and Mr.  Proctor was making his first trip and  becoming acquainted with traffic conditions generally.  Two handsome pairs of mounted  horns were hung in the rotunda of the  Hotel Brookyn this week. One pair  are those of an ibex, while the others  areoffa spring bock. Mr. Marshall  tells an interestiang story of shooting  the animals on his last trip through  northern Africa. ./ . '  of Merit  ; If you want handsome Clothes,  well finished, good fitting and  properly put together���Clothes  that will look weir and wear  well from the time 30U first  put them on until you lay them  aside���you will appreciate the  kind of clothing  we make.  Satisfy both your good taste  and your pocket book by ordering your Fall Suitor Overcoat  from us. We make perfectly���  quickly���eatiefactority. A wide  choice of fine fabrics to select  from.   Are  Wiggling  Their Tot__f_iti.es  To tell you that their prices take away.the lastv6xbuse for  being well shod. You know the beauty of most shoes is  only skin deep and they soon wear out���the beauty of our  shoes is awfully thick-skinned���they wear well. What's in. .  a shoe? Thats what a majority pf;people don't know till  they wear them���thats after proof. Our shoes are made  of best material by skilled workmen. ��� You have our "sav  so" backed oy a strong  guarantee as to - wearing  qualities  THOMAS  GENT'S FURNISHINGS.  BROWN  KNOB HILL AVENUE  RoHORRELL/E?Sr|Ths Pioneer for Tim Commercial Printing

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