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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 9, 1904

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Array Boundary Mines Produced $10,000,000 in  value within four years  <$>  xwtt  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Phoenix is the Centre  ,   .,-���.   and   LeacW1^^  Vol. V.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, JULY 9, 190.  No. 35  ^mmsssmmmammssBiim,  .ft  Ladies' Shoes.  Women's Stylish Oxford", sniait style1: in J. and  T. Hell's populei 1; alec for summer and outing weai.  They'ie cool and coircct and it's a fact lhat they fulfil to tl'p letter the exact r< quirements of Ihe smart  dicsser. Bargain pi ices range fiom $2.00 to $4.50.  Made of Viii kid with patent leather tips or patent  throughout.    The iatest in military heeK  Ladies one, two and three strap slippers in Vici  kid and patent, sizes 3 to 7, widths D'and K, pi ices  the lowest.  In Ladies' Shoes!  Your pick in heavy and light soles, sizes, widths  prices always right when you select from J. and T.  Bell's, Ames Ilolden and the McCready's latest designs. In Ladies' Summer Hosiery we handle the  famous Black Cat Brand.  Fresh Vegetables for Saturday  String Beans, Green Peas,  California Tomatoes,     f  Radishes, Lettuce,  New Turnips and Spinnach.  Strawberries are at their best now.    Reduced  pi ices for today.  IS J. J. HILL IN  THE SADDLE  And Beaten C P.R. on Its Own  Ground',  BRIEF  KLVIIiW  UF   HIE SITUATION  II Reports Are Correct, ureal Northern tin a  Lsrfe Toootje Awallio; Its Complrltan  lo Phoenix.  Boundary Mining Notes  lie hterfcikk 11.  I'HOKNIX.  GkKENWOOD.  GRAND KOKKS.  �������^��������)����8����^������^*����^S  To Eat!  Is a Pe*plexSng  ^   Question  This Weather  .�����������'.  I et us help you out.    Its our business to  cater to,  the wants of your appetite.    Our  stock  of "Ready to  Eat" ...oc-.ies never wa* laigeror better m the  history  ofihiss-ore.    These are a few of the  things that  help  you out in the eating question with a minimum cost:  HAM, TURKEY, DUCK, CHICKEN,  VEAL, PIGS' l'EET, DRIED BEEF,  CRABS, LOBSTERS, SHRIMPS,  LIME 1U1CE, ROOT BEER,  LEMONADE, PINEAPPLE JUICE,  CATSUPS, SAUCES and PICKLES  of all kinds.  Oranges/    Lemons.     Peaches,  Cherries, Etc,  We are making every effort to please you and give  you value for your money. Will you encourage us by  giving us a share of your trade?  Everything in Hardware.  Undoubtedly ihe ,1110.11 interesting  question that has been discussed in the  Boundary ior the last week or more is  whether the James J. Hill interests  have secured a controling interest in  the Granby Consolidated. In the absence of official statements the situation  is briefly this:  Hon. F. C. Carter-Cotton, of the  Vancouver News-Advertiser, last week  printed a leading editorial making the  direct statement that Mr. Hill has  secured a control. Whether this statement was inspired from C.P.R. sources,  financial sources, or otherwise is of  little consequence. Mr. Graves, general manager of the Granby Co., says  there is no truth in it. If Mr. Hill  is not the owner of a registered majority  of the shares, it is possible that his  friends may own enough to swing a  goodly share of the tonnage to the V.  V. & E. branch of the Great Northern  when it is completed to this camp, as  it will be this fall.  The undercurrent of opinion, iii and  out of this camp, seems to be that Mr.  Hill has stolen a march on the C.P.R.  this time in getting his friends to  secure a suftient amount of Granby  shares to bring him his part of the ore  tonnage and coke tonnage.  It is also believed in some quarters,  ! in the absenciX'f ���dcfisric-^tii'emeatjy  that Mr. Hill will practically be in control of the new Montreal & Boston  Consolidated, now about to secure  control of the Brooklyn group in this  camp. 'It is also further believed that  the B. C. Copper Co. will be in the  same category shortly, if it is not already  taken by Hill's friends.  This would give the astute Great  Northern magnate a large slice, if not  actual control, of the entire tonnage of  the big Boundary mines���mines the  permanence of which has been proved  beyond any doubt in the last five  years.  If these things are so, what some  people cannot understand is why the  C.P.R. interests did not themselves  secure the control now said to have  been secured by Mr. Hill. The matter of a few millions is easily arranged  by the C.P.R. if needed, especially  when they would absolutely secure a  profitable tonnage for years and years  to come. Several years ago the C.P.  R. lost a golden opportunity in not  buying the Spokane Falls & Northern  railway, when the purchase was recommended by no less man than W.  F. Tye, now the chief engineer of the  road, and by this mistake the C.P.R.  has let the Great Northern into what  is proving to be its most profitable  territory. The question is, can the C.  P. R. repair these serious mistakes?  C.P.R. officials aver that they have  been spoon-feeding the Gianby Co. in  low freight rates granted, but when  they have already taken a cool million  dollars from the Granby Co. in freights  alone, in four years, to say nothing of  the revenue from cither Beundary  mines and business men, it has a different aspect. That amount would  build and equip the road complete  from the mines to the smelter.  It is a pretty fight between the railway corporations, and it looks as though  it meant a greater tonnage than ever  from the great mines of the Boundary.  John Buckley of Sandon is doin -  assessment work on his properties in  Wellington camp.  Blister copper is now being .shipped  by the B. C. Copper Co. instead of  matte, as formerly.  Steve Swanson, who has for years  been a shiftboss at the Granby mine-,  has been made undergiound foreman  of the properties.  G. A. McLeod, of Grand Forks, is  Marling work on some claims on  Monashee mountain, on the North  Fork of Kettle river divide.  After a shutdown of a few days, the  Granby smelter furnaces were again  blown in Monday, and shipments from  the company's mines were resumed  Tuesday as usual.  Monday will b't the monthly payday  at the Granby mines, the amount ��� being well up to the average of late,  which is about $40,000 for the month  for wages alone at the mines.  Work has been discontinued on the  Brey Fogle claim in Summit" camp,  which has been shipping to the Granby  smelter. Work is still going on at the  No. 37, and there is talk of diamond  drill testing.  A diamond drill is now being used  at the 300 foot level of the Mother  Lode mine. --Some work on the Primrose claim, one of the Mother'"Lode  group, recently opened up an excellent  body of iron ore.  Patrick J. Dermody for more than  six years foreman at the Granby mines,  resigned on the first of the month. He  will look after some good claims he  has up the West Fork of Kettle river,  notably the Highland Chief.  Up to the first of May there had  been done a total of sinking and raising, 5,705 feet; drifting and crosscutt-  ing, 17,693 feet; diamond drilling,  1,493 ket at the Granby mines. Up  to the same date shipnients of ore  ftcrc i,i-,94,oo&'tons.-'^"  F. C. Bailey recently returned from  Spokane to resume development work  on his Providence camp claims, the  Excelsior, Frederick, etc. He was  gratified to find that the Great Northern graders had done some excellent  work on his claims, cutting through an  ore body some 27 feet deep.  Last Friday the Providence Mining  Co. paid its fourth dividend of ten  cents per share, as previously announced, making about $11,000 so far paid.  Manager Mcintosh is now in the east,  looking up the $7,000 woith of  electrical machinery that it is intended to equip the mine with.  Phil McDonald, one of the owners  of ihe rich Elkhorn mine,' passed  through the city yesterday on the way  to Spokane. It is the intention of Mr.  McDonald and Mr. Sutherland to install an electric equipment at the Elk  horn for running' the mine, just as  soon as they decide upon the best system to be used there.  CITY COUNCIL  IN NEW HOME  Now   Occupy   Original  School House.  Log  ; Vale-Colnmbia Lumber Co... $ 39 55  j George E. Breakenridge  300  j Phoenix Electric Lighting Co. 81 35  A. Groulx.. ,... 625  Hunter-Kendrick Co  1 50  N. Lemieux  13 50  Morrin, Thompson & Co.... 9 45  Mclntyre & McDonald  18 00  Wm. Hunter Co  2 00  V. & N. Telephone Co  34 40  MET THERE WtDNESOAY FIRST TIME  All Present Bui Aid. McArdle. Who Got  Married, and Tberrfore fie Could Not  Come.  This week the city council met for  the first time in the new quarters re  cenfty fitted up as a jail and council  chamber, being the old log schoolhouse,  now owned by the V.V. & E. Railway  and Navigation Co., Ltd.    The build-  Total  $20899  The city books were ordered audited  for the six months ending  June  30th  I by I. Crawford, and Jas  H.  Graham  j was allowed a rebate of $50 for the two  months of his  old  unexpired   liquor  license.  By-law No. 46 was introduced, in  amendment of the V. V. iS: E. by-law  passed a year ago, vacating certain  alleys. A telegram to J. H. Kennedy,  chief engineer of the railway, was  read, stating that the agreement between the V. V. & E., the Granby Co.  and the city has been signed by Mr.  Farrel, president of the laihvay company, and had been sent to the secretary  ing is much more conveniently arranged  both for the city  clerk  and  chief of at Seattle for signature, and  that  Mr.  police, and has three strong  cells  for  Alderman McArdle Married.  Last week Thursday James McArdle, alderman of Phoenix, was married at Spokane to Miss Alice Anderson, sister of James Anderson, one of  the owners of ihe Morrison-Anderson  block in this city. They are now off  on a honeymoon trip to their old  home in Huntington,, G/uebec, and after visiting Qth,er eastern cities, and  possibly the World's Fair at St. Louis,  they will return and make their home  in Phoenix. The Pioneer extends  congratulations.  C. P. R Men Saw New Railway Line.  F, W. Peters, C. P. R. freight agent  for all lines west of lake Superior, accompanied by H. E. Macdonell, general freight agent at Nelson, and a  couple of friends, were in the city-  Wednesday, and. took a look at the  Granby mines. Their special car was  left at Greenwood, and met them  again at Grand Forks, the gentlemen  taking the opportunity to drive through  by way of Phoenix. In this way the)'  were able to see for themselves the  route of the new line of the Great  Northern to Phoenix for much, of the  distance, and could note the large  number of men employed in construction. Mr. Peters is an old friend 'of  the Boundary, having previously occupied the position in Nelson that is  now filled by Mr. Macdonell.  Suicide at Grand Forks.  Thos. McCormick, a bartender, died  from a do.e of opium, at Grand Forks  last week Thursday, the drug being  taken with suicidal intent. After taking  the poison Tuesday, Dr. Kingston  and Dr.Northrup were summoned, and  worked over him till he died. The  funeral was held the next clay.  McCormick recently came from  SanFraneisco to the. Boundary, and was  employed at the Phoenix hotel in this  city for a few days, leaving for Grand  Forks early last week. The charitably  inclined in the smelter city passed a  subscription paper-to relieve the immediate wants of his widow.  prisoners -Furthermore, it is as near  the centre of the city as it is possible to  get. It will answer the purpose admirably till the city builds a new city  hall.  Mayor Rurnberger and Aldermen  Boyle, Delahay, Marshall and Porter  were present at Wednesday's meeting  of the city council, Alderman McArdle  being absent on his wedding trip. The  following accounts were ordered paid:  Kennedy was authorized to execute a  temporary agreement to hold till the  original agreement was properly executed.  Messrs. Crawford, Munroe, Church  and McDonald waited on the council  as a committee from the volunteer fire  brigade, to ask for another hose cart  and additional hose. The council was  dispos'ed to meet'their wishes,-and ask  ed them to specifically put in writing  just what was needed  MR. MACHIN  IS OPTIMISTIC.  Mining Section Looks Better  Than Ever.  Rowland Machin, the Victoria merchant, who makes a trip through the  province once a year, spent last Sunday in Phoenix. Mr. Machin has always had great faith in the mining  potentialities of the province, especially  in the Boundary, even when others  were pessimistic. He is the British  Columbia agent for the Bennett's fuse,  Campbell's steel and Holman's drills,  and says that his business is larger and  better than ever before. He enjoys  the distinction of being the first man  who ever sold a carload of fuse in  British Columbia, the Granby Co. using perhaps two cars each year. Next  year Mr. Machin will take a trip to  Arizona, New Mexico and old Mexico,  to introduce his goods.  Regarding mining matters generally,  after a visit to different parts of Kootenay and Yale, Mr. Machin told the  Pioneer man thai the outlook was  most promising, and that matters in a  mining way were steadily improving  in every district that he had just visited! For the Boundary he predicted  better times and greater things than  we have yet realized.  Mr. Machin is a man who has many  personal friends wherever he is known,  to say nothing of the friends that he  has made for his excellent goods.  BROTHERS OF  THREE LINKS  Held Joint Installation Grand  Porks.  FUR Till; THREE BOUNDARY LODGES  Deleptlon of 25 Fron Pboenlx Lodge Attends,  With 40 From dreeowood���They Held a  Banquet.  In what is said to be the finest lodge  room in British Columbia, with one or  two exceptions, the joint semi-annual installation of the three lodges of Odd  Fellows in the Boundary was held last  Thursday night at Grand Forks. The  installing officer was Fred B. Holmes,  of Greenwood, the district deputy.  Snowshoe Lodge No. 36, of Phoenix, was represented by a delegation  ofaboul 25 of its members, while the  Boundary Valley Lodge, of Greenwood, was represented by 40 of the  three link brothers. After the induction of the three sets of officers, the  visitors were entertained by their Grand  Forks brethren in the lodge rooms,  and a most flicitous time was enjoyed. The officers of Snowshoe Lodge  that were installed were as follows:  Noble Grand, Alex Milkie; vice  grand, Arthur S. Williamson; treasurer,  Tom Johnson; recording secretary;  George R. Mead;-financial secretary,  William Delahay.  AUGUST TACKSON  WANTS A LICENSE  Raised $150 For Colorado Miners.  "Last Week Friday's ball given by  the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miners'  Union, in aid of the Colorado miners,  was a prounounced success. The  capacious hall would hardly accommodate the large number desiring to gain  admittance, the ladies raising $150 by  the event. The following was handed  to the Pioneer for publication:  Whereas, the  Dominion  Day   ball  given by the Ladies'  Auxiliary  to the  Miners' Union of Phoenix,   B.   C, in  aid of our striking brothers  and  their  dear ones in Colorado, who  are  now-  being outraged and ground down  under the Russian methods of a  corrupt  State Government because they dared  to vindicate the eight-hour law,   which  was passed by a majority vote of oj:  40,000,   was an   unparalleled   suo  from every  standpoint,   financial -- Tworj-  otherwise; be it ^p  ^  Tt-  ays  Resolved, that the officers an ij.  hers of Phoenix Miners' Unior' ,.  ii-  1-    r- . 1 i.i-i    * "<e syncli-  \\. k of M., extend their bes_.ii .    J  and heartiest thanks   to   V-/ & Vernon  Auxiliary for  their  im��i'several days  in  and kindly aid, and expi. again this week.  miration for their splendicv assert  tl)at  efficiency. ���       ,- , ���  ; 1     '   n . ".tion ot this  John Riordan,  And the Provincial Board Will  Meet.  August Jackson, owner of the large  log building on the New   York  tow n-  site, wants a license to  sell liquor by  retail, and the Boundary Creek" license:-;  commissioners will hold a  meeting at  the Knob Hill hotel on  July   5.6th to  consider his application.    The  build-,  ing has long been unused, but is now.  on the direct route  fo  several  of the  Great Northern   railway   constrnction,  camps.    In the early days, before the  Rurnberger townsite was  put  on  the;  market, this  hotel   did   considerable  business.    Mr. Jackson now proposes  to call it the Warnimo. n,  The application for a license has  been signed by the people living on  the New York townsite, which immediately adjoins the city limits, but  the hotel men of the city oppose the  granting of the license, and the city  council last week petitioned against .it^  It remains to be seen wh.>' .  of the matter nex^ ry^'* ' '  whenith'v'rtfechief was'aW  motion by Mr. Punch, to run an"  horns" and "boosters" out of town.  At the meeting of the licensing  board, Joseph Graham was granted a  transfer of license from the Union  hotel to the Mint hotel, and a license  was granted to the Stemwinder Hotel.  "tin  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw Yokk���Copper, electrolytic, $12.-  50 @ 112.76.'.i ; lake, $12.02.1*12 ��7'.j  Bar Silver, 58}&  Lead, $4.25.   '  BOUNDARY C ^E TONNAG��  The following .able gives the ore shipments u *���>. . _. .  -��� xO)^iKJnry mineC lor 1900, for 1901, fori  r ���_...  j  1902, lor 1903, ami 1904, as reported to the Phoenix  B. C. Copper Co. Officials.  F. L. Underwood, of New York,  president of the 15. C. Copper Co., W.  H. Thomas, New York, consulting engineer of the same company, and F.  Keffer, of Greenwood, general manager of company's mine (Mother Lode)  and smelter, have been in Kamloops  several days looking over the Coal Mill  camp, where there arc some promising  iron claims, While not committing  themselves in any way, they appeared  to be satisfied with what they have  seen, and it is possible a mining deal  of importance to that camp will be  completed in the neir future. The  party was expected to arrive in the  Boundary yesterday.  1 Hiring the month of June  the city-  treasury was enriched by $240 in fines.  Summit   19,494  Granby Mines, Phoenix  Snowshoe, "  Brooklyn, "  Mother Lotle, Deadwood  Sunset, "  Morrison, "  B. C.' Mine,  R.Bell,  Emma, "  Senator "  Oro Denoro .  "  IJrev Fogle "  No." 87 "  Winnipeg,    Wellington.  Golden Grown,       "  Atlielstsin-Jaekpot "  King Solomon, W.Copper  No. 7 Mine, Central ....  City ot Paris,     "  Jewel, Long Lake  Giiinii,   - West Fork  Piovider.ee,   Providence  Elkhorn   V.. V. V and  Goldlineli  Ruby,    Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous   Total, tons   igoo        1901  04,533 231,71)2  297     1,731  15(1  5,340  99,034  ....        S02  309  20.  ���oncer���  903 1903  ,.858   393,718  .00     71,212  1904  300,490  141.32(1 _  7,455   \  150  47,405  050'  14,811  500  S,530  I3S.079  i 5.731  19,;;:^'  90,284     2,5(10 j  1,070  2,250  1,200  ISO  !,230  1,040  '550  875  005  2,000  350  80  3,450  7S5  025  22,937  303  15,537  2,435  5.040  10,877  1,750  13.700  222  354  ,908  482  890  219  99,730 390,000  M Granby Smelter treated,  62.8S7 230.828  I    ���   .   ��   *    J 1   * -    ��  "TTT* ~ ���zw  .*.���  .���^���f. T _��  1.   -   -   ,     ,"������    ��"!I    "^ ."��� * ���      " ��  Fl*  '-���"��_  * t'  l��r:���..-���' ������* 5-  ' "I.."! ������"/'  "���*"!  t . -���� ft. \ ^ - ���?  ���..t-i> *:-���'��� ��>��;������  J.JV    ."_���_     ���*���?  "���'l-���-*'.'������'*.  ii        1.'��� ���,��,_-r ?WC  \  Sip  mam  1KB  f!  [/*        s  IX  saws  I*-1       . )  svs?ais  L ^ :t  fel  K-rf"  ���S^sS  tit��  mw.  ?5 f��  BtHi  ' $$; $  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  GCCTt^TTt  tAsCd.  , '(nor rtj-r &c&7i4?nA��.  O&et/ sue  16 i^nJe/f^tTt''.   olfUs ��asm��s  Wits  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  ISSDIO ON RATUaOAYS IV THK  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT FBOEHIX, B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  t_i_ __���_<��� i Business office No. 14.  "      . <���  lUUCMlTIOXg IN ADVANCE.  J  , .  FerYear fi.oo  Six Months _ 1.15  If you are not a subscriber to this paper, this  1  Ii an invitation to you to become one.  Advertising ratei lurnuhcd on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 centa per line.  Four weekly iniertlona constitute one month's  advertising.  secured control of the Granby mines  and smelter. We do not know whether  this is a fact or not, but if it such, il  is evident that the C. P.R. has allowed  the Great Northean to steal a march  on it in its own territory, so to speak.  It would also be exceedingly interesting to learn Mr. Cotton's authority for  his statement. Who has been letting  the cat out of the bag���if there is a  cat? A couple of years ago the statement was made and reiterated, that J.  J. Hill had secured a control in the  mines of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal  Co., butmp to this writing there has  been, nothing to show the truth of the  statement. It was given out, however,  that Hill interests had secured 30 per  cent, of Crow's Nest shares, and that  was all.  OLLA  PODRIDA.  1904  JULY.  1904  S.i. 1m.  Jut..Wri. Tfcv. Fri:  < Sit.  ",'     ' '  *      1  2  :3   4  5.    6     7     8  9-  IO   II  12    13    .4    15  16  -. *7 l!.\  19    20    21    22  23  *4 25  26    27    28    29  3�� -  3i  ��� ���  ���  WHAT EDITORS'SAY  6. o  Faithless Wretch���The man who  has not faith in  the future of Cran  brook   must surely be skeptical   of  his owm salvation. ��� Cran brook Herald.  0~  Sharp Broker���A sharp Kootenay  broker cleared up $r 2,000 by selling  Le Roi's short on the ground of faulty  sampling before the famous cable.���  Rossland "World.  It is to be hoped that the Dundon-  ald incident is done for good and all.  - Liberal Candidate Ross has been  making hay while the sun shines in the  Similkameen, and trying to make votes  at the same time. But electionday still  appears to be a long way off.  . Are Liberal���The people' of the  Kootenays are the mainstay of British  Columbia/ They contribute, directly  and indirectly, two-thirds of the revenues of the province.���Fort Steele  Prospector.'  Wiping Business���Russia is a par.  adoxical customer., While she declares there is no doubt about it that  she will simply wipe the Japs off the  big.footstool, she fortifies St. Petersburg in dread of a Japanese visitation.  ���Victoria Progress.  Many a so-called politicalboom turns  out to be a boomerang.  *  Money talks ��� especially when a longdistance telephone is used.  Many a man who takes himself seriously is regarded as a huge joke by  others.  A man who parts his hair in the  middle is apt to hide under the bed  while his wife goes down stairs lo interview burglars.  Work is the artist that builds a  splendid arch, and worry the enemy  that removes the keystone, allowing  the structure to fall.  * '  Do not be deceived because the  hardest work oft comes to naught and  haphazard effort sometimes causes  brilliant results. Thorough systematic  work always wins in time.  MILL GEARING  lecently installed a large automatic Gear  Planer,  and can  i ��f wood and iron geais ac< urately,   machine  cut.    Older  Ask for  We have 1  supplv all sizes wi ..�������� a  --. .     r ,  ahead and have us send you. geais on out fust shipment   to li.  C, and  save the laige Ireight chaiges.  Wiite us for catalogues of mining  and  power  lnachnieiy  No. 700 and 200.  The Jenckes Machine Co,, Ltd.  Rossland, Greenwood, Vancouver, I'oionto, Montieal, Halifax.  Head Office and Works, 135 Lansdowne St., Shlkhrooke, Que.  sf^/x;"  >, _ CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  ln       ��������      ^mmmHmammmmmt^ammmBmMWamnm*WmMSMMWmmaMSmnaBnmWm  I"  E SHOES AND DIES  _fW  . Q     RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  Do You  Take  THE PIONEER  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction.- It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  ALTITUDES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  0   PROVINCIAL.  o-~  ; Things are quietest before a storm.  If that is the case, then there should  be great things doing shortly at the  mines heretofore owned by the Dominion Copper Co., in this camp, for there  seems to be little leaking out about the  big deal that has been under way for  ���-o��w8?���e months.  ��� The score w.^.-   f Phoenicians.      > Hill has secured a con-  ,'   Patsy Clark the weli."known Jfc.s ,nadea  .man, of Spokane, has been  taking"ap a  tlook at some  properties in   Franklin | ^  ; camp, at the head waters of the North  : Fork of Kettle River.  Munroe's Fear���Jack Munroe,  the British Columbia miner who is  anxious to meet Jim Jefleries in a contest for the championship of the pugilistic arena, is now struggling with the  inward fear that the latter is putting off  the meeting until death or old age precludes the possibility of a decision.-  Nelson Economist.  It is said that Italians and others on  the railway work are slaughtering game  'wholesale.    If something is not done  ' to stop it,  the destruction of small  ' game almost entirely will result.  1 The International Coal & Coke Co.,  of Coleman, Alberta, is reported to be  doubling its output by shipping 6,000  tons of coal a month. The new coking  ovens will soon be doing business  also.  Mr. Williams Retires.  William Yolen Williams has retired  from the superintendency of the Gran-  inines on account of poor health.  The  company,  by the retirement of this  gentleman, loses a miner of great ability and one who took the properties of  the company when "they they  were  mere prospects and developed them  ���~^td their present capacity of production,  7. Qi'ch is greater than that of any other  A goat farm is to be established in  the Okanogan valley. >  The Camborne Miner has started on  its third year of usefulness.  Trail has no bank, but expects to  have two banks shortly���the Crown  and the B. N. A. -  " Slocan merchants are organizing to  fight the discrimination in rates recently given Nelson merchants against  them.  Insurance companies are advising  various B. C. towns to improve their  fire fighting apparatus or they will retire from business.  T After four months of somnolency,  the Western Clarion,' Vancouver, organ of the Socialists of British Columbia, is appearing once more.  An order in council has been passed  by the Dominion government authorizing the payment of the labor time  checks of Carlson & Porter, for the  Lardo railway construction.  pur?  While , residents of Grand   Forks,  Greenwood,  Midway and other places  hereabouts sweltered in the heat this  . week, Phoenicians found  the climate Sei  _ congenial���one of ,the advantages of   the  living in this salubierus altitude.       ^ thftt  ;     J. M. McCIoskey, t!\e blind  miy ~are in  .'���wha lost his sight in an explosk  v the Knob Hill mine two years r  ; having considerable success inv���  ; of his Columbian Comedy C made last week  : the Kooteriays, accordinat' the Granby Co.  Saturday-s^i^^n puttiijg in two more  , raffled for taces at the smelter  at   an  early  i a disabl��te> making a battery of eight, means  ���* and^tyat ore shipments from this camp are  r   "    to be increased to nearly 3,000 tons  daily before the snow flies.    Evident-  ,        ly the unconfirmed announcement at  Vancouver that Mr. James J. Hill has  mile, ouip of mines in the proviuce, and at  8. Rikjime lime their capabilities in the  two m thru- product,, are mucn greater  9. Pony,- .,      ���     .      ,   ,  and under/e smelter capacity of the com-  10. Seagr handle the ore. He has been  all ages, winned, faithful servant of the corn-  to carry 7 poufrfJB.��; their interests in sucb  for a cup valued fter afj t0     duce h  j. b. Seagram, <-      .        '    ,  $300 cash addv results-   ^t the same time  Cup to be w*1*���*! tDe good, will of every  ly ly sa'mayee of the company by his fair-  property,s and consideration of their rights.  Mr. Williams is succeeded by A. B.  W. Hodges as general superintendent.  Mr. Hodges, up to a short time since,  was manager of the smelter, and is a  gentleman of ripe experience in mining and smelting, and promises to  make a worthy successor to Mr." Williams in conducting the most extensive  mining enterprise in the Dominion.  He will doubtless ably fill His position,  but if he does it better than "Mr. Williams has, he must indeed be a man  of wonderful ability. ��� Nelson Daily  News.  Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Tea Years of  Suffering..  "I wish to say a few words in praise  of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs.' Mattie  Burge, of Martinsville, Va. "I suffered  from chronic diarrhoea for ten years  and during 'that time tried various  medicines without obtaining any per  manent relief. Last summer one of  my children was taken with cholera  'morbus, and I procured a bottle of  this remedy. Only two doses were required to give herentire'relief. I then  decided to try the medicine myself, and  did not use all of one bottle before I  was well and I'have never since been  troubled with that complaint. One  cannot say too much in favor of that  wonderful medicine," This remedy is  for sale by all druggists,  The following table of altitudrs of  cities, towns, mines, lakes, etc., in  this province, is compiled from a  Dictionary of Altutides of Canada  just received by the Phoenix Pioneer  from the department of the interior. It  is worth while cutting out and preserving:  Arrowhead  1,413  Arrow Lake..". i>384  Ashcroft 1,004  Atlin Lake -. 2,200  B.~C. Mine     3,800  Bonnington Falls  1,658  Cascade 1,587  Castlegar     1,418  Christiha Lake.'  1,531  Coryell 3,135  Cranbrook 3>oi4  Crows Nest Pass  4>449  Eholt 3,096  Elko ' 3,082  Esquimau:       33'  Farron 3,985  Fernie 3,303  Field ^.. .7". 4.064  Fife *..'.... ' 1,978  Fisherman 2,241  Glacier 4,093  Golden 2,580  Grand Forks 1,746  Greenwood   2,464  Hartford Junction 4,300  Hope     216  Illecillewaet 2,710  Kamloops r, 160  Kaslo 1.752  Keremeos 1,390  Kootenay Lake -..-. 1,735  LardeauT 2,400  Lilooet ��� -.    840  Lytton        695  McGuigan , ,. 3,515  Midway ,  1,913  Morrissey 3,ior  Mother Lode Mine 3,45��  Moyie .' , 3,046  Nakusp  1,413  Nanaimo  125  Nelson 1,769  New Denver  1,800  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  For All Purposes.  For mines, insideur outsideaei vice, foi  Lodging Hoiulc, for contractors. ��� Con-  . ,   , ,. . venient to operate, quick anil powerful,  quick delivery, fully gimiaiueecl, any si/e, ,mv r.qnin.1 tvtjc, iinv width of iriiujje,  with or without tenders. ��� BUILT BY ���  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.*  These engines may be ��h0Ii in serviesat the mines of Gnuibv Co.. Phoenix, H. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE ACKN-I,  KIKE, L1KK, ACCIDENT.  (Iiiimnls.ioner for Ukluu Aificluvlu.  Phoenix, 1}.  % B. KERR,  ItAKKIS'lEK  AN��   Soi.ICI'lOk,  NOTARY PUIU.IC.  PHOENIX, ���&�����'  GEORGE GIBSON  SllAVINC; PAKLOKS  and HAT1IROOM.  GrnwN-Wllllaiim Hlocle.cor. ,.  Fir.liiiHlOliilioiiNldc.Aitr   IIIOKNIX, I!. Q  KingEdward Lodge, N0.36  A. .'.ami A. M.  Kriiiilm coiiiiiiiiiilrniloiiSp 11,     c  mill riniiMlnyoftiicli month '  1 iHtiKciil mcttliifcH iiHcallcd: MiiM.m  llnll, Mutiifuii-Aiiiltisiiii Mock.  CW.l_l.MlinKol.lt,  n.b.KU.bl'X  W..\l.  I'HOI-.NIX AliklK  NO. ISl.  'liitltiKii on I'iMb,  ��l Sjop hi.. Mluci-i  0111.411 ����H.  VI��IUii��   lii.thi.i,  conllullj  i|��.jlo| ..'  I10HT. HOUUH.I, l<re��LWM .M.KMlN(j.Stcv  I. O. O. F.  SNOtt-bllUl. I.OIK.liNO.rt  MceUtvciy Muiiiliiy l{.(iiinK nl |Ian|>. )/((|)  VisIUiik Iirilhein ooicliully liitii��l.  Alex. Mllltlc. N. li,  Ujto. R. Mbai), Rec.hec'}.  V'm. D.luhiiy, l'cr. 1'i.i. Secy.  You Should Read  ^Oregon  SlHNtyrLllNE  and Union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST VIA  Salt Lake and Denver,  Two Trains Dailv,  Steamship tirk_ts to Kurojxinm) other  loit'inii coni:trio8.  r.envra  Dully  Spokiine Time Schedule."  ___Uirc(.ll\e Nov. si 1903  Arriver  Dally  The Leading' Weekly  Ojf tKe Boundary,  '3  2,137  495  2,981  V35  4,100  3.400  946  Latest MIeIdj  Stock Quotations,  AbKRD  AmericanSoy  .,,.,���       ,      . Beii Hur ���,������ ?i  control of the branby does not mean BiactTaii _... V  . .. ... ,. I Canadian Gold Fields  ��u  less shipments of ore from this   camp, ��� cariboo, camp Mck (cx-div.)���... 1*  m     . , ...    I Center Star.  ai  ihe increase in smelting cap-icity with- Denoro Mines.  _.  . ��� ,    ., ,. ., Ipnlrvleir, ,  _  out patting up more buildings, if stic'1 yisoer 1. aid.�� ,  3  cessful, will be due to the ingenuity of GreSby'iSn��iVd_.X"."":,;;;,;;; U 25  _   t��   im   tt   j .1       ^.       1 1 International Coal. , , . 55  A. a. W. Hodges, the Granby super- 'Momiue Glory.  ?;j  intendent.' kwdO. ttofe-.-  ��  North Star, (B.K.)..  Payne .���������,������ ���  Qmlp,,,,,,,,.,,   ambler-Cariboo  Hon. Francis Carter-Cotton, editor sSiiiv��"',  of the  Vancouver  News-AdswJser/ilSg^^a^^^"^  jsays that Great Nottheminterestsluive.^^ai*",.^;';';;-;;   s  10  u  2  fi SO  1  9  jo  I  JO  0. R. & N. Summer Book.      ,  The handsome j904 summer book  "Restful Recreation resorts," issued by  the passenger department of the Otegon  Railroad and Navagation Company is  just out. It tells all about the summering places of the Columbia river  Valley���a brief description of the trips  up and down the Columbia river, to  the mountains, beaches, inland resorts  and fountains,of healing whore they  are and how to reach them. The book  has a special designed front cover,  printed in two colors, and the inside  pages are splendidly illustrated by  costly and beautiful half-tones. A copy  of this publication may be obtained by  sending two cents in stanps to A. L.  Craig, Gent-ral Passenger Agent of the  Oregon Railroad And Navigation Com,  pany, Portland-  4��      i)i  Hurried sod ^Worried All Day.  And the worst of it is you are a little  run down and have mighty little chance  to catch up. Everything seems like a  grindstone wgaring down your nerves.  You are irritable ai?4 gpt loss slppp  than is absolutely nepessary. Qetter  stop bofore things get worse. Your  best plijn is to use Fen ozone for a  while ftnd giyg your nerves and brain a  Chance lo pipk "ljp. J?err0zon�� js the  finest tonic a busy m^n can take, jf  makes new bipod, nourishes the body,  strengthens the nerves, improves fhe  Appetite and rehabilitates the whole  system.   Try Fer.ozone.    Price   50c  New Westminster  Nicola Lake   North Bend   North Star Junction!  Okanogan I^tke....  Omenica Lake .   Oro Denoro M't.e.. .  Osoyoos Lake   Phoenix 4,623  Princeton  1,885  Quesnelle Lake ,.,...   2,250  Revehtoko ,...,.... 1,503  Robson 1,414  Rogers Pass     4,309  Roscbery  1,795  Rossland 3,401  Salmo., ,..,  :��,181  Sandon  3,516  Shields  2,025  Silverton ,     *>799  Slocan Station  1,777  Slocan Junction     Itf'37  Slocan Lake  1,761  Smelter Junction  'iS^S  Spencc's Uridge       776  Teslin Lake ,..,.,  3,609  Tra-'l   '.364  Trout Lake  2,400  Tunnel 3,206  Windermere Lake :  2,700  Vancouver        n  Vernon  T��255  Victoria       57  Waneta  1,358  "\Vardner,,,.,,._,,. ,  3,484  Wellington....'     377  Yale     223  Ymir '  2,398  Published in the Heait of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  7*i��.m- VAST MAll,���To and from  Co.iir<!'Alriiedl_!ri_t,Farui-  m_ton Cm field  .'olfux. Pull-  ninu,   ���Mom.ow,   ���Pomeroj  Wnil.l)iuK, Dayton, Wall*  Walla, I'end elon. linker City  ami ill! piilnis H���,i      itloau  13" P- in. KXPRKSK���Hor Fmniiiigtoii  OiirficUl, Cotrax, Pullman.  Moscow, r.ett Ision.lVrtlnnJ  San Fraucmco. linker City  <in(lnll|M)ln(�� KAST.  HXCKi:s}.-l'rom ull |>o,nt_  Hiwl, Hiker City.!San Frnii-  cinco, I'orlliiiiil, Ccilfax, Oar-  _u.      . _      ,  *"d '���'"'-'"(ii.toii ii^h.iii.  *Kjccc(��I Sunday.  SHOJt V \AXK TO CALIFORNIA.  Kan Kinneibuo-I'oitlaml Konte.  Steniiitidsall Troni Aiimucuriii dock, l'orlln.id.  11I 8 p. 111 and from Spear Street ulurf, s.mVtmi.  ciMO, at 10 a. 111. eicry fnc iln>��.  TicketioiiMileatalls. I' & N, statloua.  I-or fiutlier inrorniation as to rule*, lime ol  tr.iiii_,.c|iiipnieiit,clc..n<ldres.  GIJO. J. MO!ir.KtC,Cv��<:ia! At-cnt.  Klvtrcnle A\e.,Sp<)kaiie. Wavli  the entire Boundaiy shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was leduccd by  BOUNDARY SMELTERS  l'hoenix ramp alone shipped 330,000 tons of oie  Inst year.  The Pioneei is published eveiy Satuiday and  and is sent to any |uu of Can.ida 01 the United  States foi  X  ��1  $2,00  pei yeni���.o> the test of the woild foi $300   per  vai.    It ��ive<- the  Ii  II  s  i<*'  V  Reliable News  Spokane Falls  &  No*tbe*nRy.  The only all nvi) route lietwron points  east, weht and .(.nth r0 lto.slnnd. Nul-  8on. Uruiul Forks and Republic  BnllVl curs inn between Spokane and  North port.  Kl'I'UCTIVl. JUNK M. 1903.  0 ,-enxt- Arrtr.  "'"���" '" Spokane Attn.*in.  ���"<"�������� ��i   Kbsslaml    aU p.m.  ' '" '<   '"     Ni-lson 7 jo p. m.  . Ottnid l-ork^ . ..    .400n.1i).  .   .Kepulillc       6-15 p.m.  lojSii 111  6 D11  in .  Ix Co.v.vhc-noN   Wriii  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It is feailess  and indoiiendent, and aims to he  DOWN TO DATE,  Your subsetiiJtjon cpn begin at any time  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  a Great Family Remedy.  . And one well known in most Cana  dian homes is Nerviline, a perfect pan"  acea for all internal arid external pain'  Ivfrs. ^f. E. Cartu/riglit qf AJc-rrisj say^i  "I couldn't think of being without Ner:  viline. When I get toothach Neivil-  ine stops it. If I get a' sick headache,  have a trouble with my stomach or  bowels I cap rely on Nerviline to cure  me promptly. Tp breast i)p ft pqld qf  rnb on for rheumatism or neuralgia,  Nerviline has nq equal. It's priceless  in any family."' Nerviline is king Overall pain and cqsf^ ajje.  PHOENIX, B. C  Grand Porks^   Phoenix  and Greenwood  ST4G-E   LINE.  J. l'.ROVHR  Proprictoi  IleKiiniing lunc 1st, leave (>leenwood at 6 a.n-  and Phoenix at 7 joiuii ��� nrrlyp atOjanf! Hntk  ���ojon rv,!eavo(JraiidlJpr|:(i3 4sp i,| .nrrniiip  at I'liocplif 7 p. if., <ind qr..ifin>ofl 6tg. p. m  Coi|i|ects llfltll ways tyi|l| Qreat Worlliern train.  Pare���Grand I'orks to P|iocnl?, f s So; Phoenix  to Greenwood, 50c.; OrpeiH. o6d to Vliotiii^, Jt o  GreewoodtpGinnd I'prkB, 13    Office in Green  wood.Ut. Norlliern Telegrnpli office.   Iu  I'l.oe I  nix. McRae Bros. & Smith.   In Grand Fork<���     .  Qt. Norther office..   For express rates, nqulre    L  ft either office. M       | *s  TICKETS   to   All   Points  SHORT LINE  St Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis,  Chicago,  AND ..I.I, POINTS KAST.  Seattle, Victoriajacoma, Portland,  ANIl AM. PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  Tliroiigh Piiluco Mini Toil rial Sleeper*,  DininiS iukI UuIIVt Smokiuu l.Hna'.v.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  _ For rates and folders and full inforimi'  lion .t'KimniiK trips call on or address  any agent of the S. F. & N. I.ailwnv or  II. A. Jm-kson, H. BKAN��r,  G F. i% P. A., C. P. AT. A..  Sliokanc.        70s W, Kivcraiilo,  Wash. Spol;an��, Wi>,  a MACAU  CUT SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  ^Pfflhi   .'11. i .out ucrfetly appoint'     t   ln  and. Pleasiiic Kejtort In llie West, with ��  nlcle system of Bnllis���Iiiclt|dilie Tnrklali an I  ltusslnn.   apen th�� year rniiud.   The cuintivo  propertiespf i.iwuteratii. unci^wiled.  Vor Ci)i inu ail Klioiiniatli}. Nervotta a��d M����-  ciilar'rioiiMcs.  I'or Healintr all Kidney, l.ivor and Slomacli  ailmentii  For Humiliating all MeUIMoPoifjii" from H>��  System  The trandenr or the setucry li unrivaled  Mountains, snow peaks, forest., InUes,waterfalls  boating, yachtliiR, fiahiiiK, shooting:, excursion  tennis. Its winter climate Is unsurp ossttl M  taiUifta.  '�����  i  r#  ''e  ft*  m  ������  i��.  Il  '   ���'���������&  i3MiWJWWBg_awiBJMwu_.ii ��� ���i- ���-���-���  THE PHOENIX PK>:  s Available!  t  $100  Opens a savings account at  this Bank, and that, dollar  and every dollar you deposit afterwards will earn '  3 per pent, interest.  f Eastern Townships Bank  $3,914,610.00  ���o  I  I  I  r  0  1  ;  CAPITAL AN I.  RESERVE I'AI1> UP:  JiAKKiNc IJv Mail a Spkciai/i v.        Established nearly half a century, j  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .'I'lun buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  B. C MINING  Slocan mines have this year shipped  upwards of, 75,600 tons of ore.  Slocari mining iner. aie expecting  silver to rise to the 60 cent figure.  Net receipts of ore shipments from  the LeRoi No. 2 amounted to $44,990  in.May. ���>''..  The LeRoi smelter, lit Northport,  will not be'blown out August 1st as reported.   .. ' '. ',���:���  A new company is in process of formation to operate the Dundee mine,  near Ymir.   ' ,  Mike Kerlin has bonded the Mascot  claim, at Sandon, tb a local syndicate  for,$25,000 :  Rossland mines shipped 4,390 tons  ol" ore last week,making 181,885.' tons  for'the year.  It"is said that, Fernie has been definitely decided on as the location for a  zinc smelter. '..'���..  -&"  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talkkd op at  HOMK AND liLSKWHERE  Next week Thursday, July 14th, the  Socialists, of Yale-Cariboo will hold a  convention at Greenwood to nominate  a candidate to oppose Dun; an Ross,  Liberal, and Martin Burrell, Conservative, in the Dominion election in this  constituency. The members of the  committee having the convention in  charge are W. H.; Creitz and J, H.  Harris, of Grand Forks, \V: H. Bam-  bury, and 6., Grurribach of Phoenix,  and'j.J. Caulfield arid A. S. Embree  of Greenwood. ,     '���'.  HOSPITAL SECRETS.  wm&  jSSayss   " Pe-ru-na is a  piifeo^Efliciency.;' yy  A Standard Visible Writer.  whii-li i_iviH IV'ifiet Work in tliuhlioriest  lime wiihihi' izieiitesl two of operation.  Y   Writefor Catalogue..  PIONEER PUB. CO.; Agents, PhoenU, B. C.  " PALACE LIVERY STABLES   "  '1 he best established and regulated hostehy in the ISouii-   -  dary.    We are centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit ot'Saddle and  Driving Horses.   The  ���       best of rigs.      Parlies  driven  to  any Boundary  point.  The Best Lethbridge Coal promptly delivered.   Large  Stock of Dry Wood.  Mclntyre & McDonald  Knob Hill Ave.,       01VSo?"        Phoenix, B. C  \ P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  a  t  4  HEAD OK. ICE K0R BOUNDARY ���REEK, GREENWOOD, I!. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  .... Wholesale and Detail Heal Merchants, j  ' Markets at Nelsor., Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  'All orders receive prompt attention.  �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Phoenix Stage  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  : -   daily. ������:-"���'��� v::v.:  Leave Fhoeuix ac 10 a. .n."     Arrive Greenwood at 11 a. m.  Arrive        "     ,   4-3�� P- m-    Leave '..' 3 P- m-  JOHN WM^ERStPtop.  tSPtSPtSp  The ClilTniine, at Rossland, has resumed with ten men, after, being idle  four years;  Kaislo hits a new excitement. Gold  and galena have been found on True  Blue, mountain;"  Returns from the ..mill at the Wilcox  mine,.Ymir, this month will probably  be the largest on record.  Dr.Otto 8ussman has beer? sampling  Slocan mines and is now talking about  a new smelter in that district.  A judgment of $8,500 has been  recovered by the List Chance against  the American Boy in the Slocan, for  value of 84 tons of ore.  The plaintiffs in the damage suits  against the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.,  the claims aggregating over $800,000,  lost the suit.  There are now seven mines steadily  producing in Ymir'district. They are  the Ymir, Wilcox, Hunter V., Fern,  Queen, Arlington and Second Relief.  The St. Eugene mine at Moyie is  producing'metallic lead at the rate of  1500 tons per month, and the Koot-  enays at the- rate of 30,000 tons per  annum.  R. G. Drinnan succeeds Thos. R.  Stockett as general manager of the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.'s mines.  The latter goes with the Western Fuel  Co at Naniamo.  At the annual meeting of the North  Star Wining Co., recently held in  Montreal, it was decided,to place the  company in 'iquidation and distiibute  the assets among the shareholders.  #"  *&*  -��  RUSSIA ~ JAPAN i  Matters ok Intekest about  thbse Bkimoerent Nations.  |__ t  JOB  We do the kind you want,  but which you rarely see ���  the kind that is Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective,  This the only completely  equipped Printing establishment in tho Boundary occupying its own building.  Can v.-e print for you ?  'IONEER PUBLISH I NO CO.,  PllOF.NIX,   P..   C.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Chicago, Mil-  wsmUe. &r..���Panl Railway, known all  over the Union as the. Great Railway  niiiniuL' the "Pioneer Limited" tnims  evorv day and ni(.ht between St. I mil  and "Cliie.aeo. nnd Omaha and Cliiea��o  "The'only perfect trains in'thu world.  Understand:' Connection" are made  with All Transcontinental l-ine*. assuring to passengers the best service knowiv.  Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam  heat, of a verity equaled hy no other  line.  See that your ticket reads via '-The  Milwaukee" when goinR'to any point in  the United States or Canada. All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates,'pamphlets or.other information, address,  H. S. Rowe,  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed,  Imported Goods. -  FINE HOOTS'AND'SHOES  MADE   TO  0RDEK.  PRACTICAL    MINERS' AND   PKOS  P ECTOR s' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  R. L. Ford, ,.'  Trnv. Pats. Agt.,  SPOKAKH.WN  General Ageii ,  PORTLAND. OR  Safeguard  the Children,  Notwithstanding all that is done by  boards of health and charitibly inclined  persons, the-death rate among small  children is very high during the hot  weaihe if the summer months in the  large cities. There is probably not  one case of bowel complaint in a hundred, however, that could not be cured  by the timely use of Chamberlain's  Colic, Chloe... and Diarrhoea Remedy.  Mrs. Frank Riggs, of Frankville, N.Y.,  in speaking ��� of this remedy said: "I  have found it expedient to have a  supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy on Land. 1'  has been a family safeguard unci wl.i'n  especially beneficial to children, it is  equally good in adult cases. I recommend'it cheerfully and without reservation."    For sale by all druggists.  . For sale, at half price, full set of  Encyclopedia Britannica. Inquire at  the Pioneer office.  When you  read tne -  And Boundary Mining Joomal,  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on B undary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $2 bill for year's trial  to Pionee-R Pub. Co., Phoenix, B. C  JAPAN IS A SURFRISE.  Before the present war in the far  east began, it was predicted that the  Japanese might win a few early  skirmishes, but that this young nation  unaccustomed to modern methods of  fighting, would in the end do little  against the expert officers and soldiers  of the Russian empire. It was maintained that a small nation which a few  years ago had a standing army of but  two thousand men, would, in the nature  of things, have to yield before the arms  of a.great power that has been studying war for 200 years and supports a  standing army of more than a million  with the best officers in the world.  ���  Recent events have compelled observers to modify some of these predictions. In directing operations against  the Russians, the Japanese have displayed a knowledge of military strategy  that has amazed the foreign experts.  In modern methods the Japanese are,  apparently, ahead ol their opponents.  A London Times correspondent in  the field recently wrote that the recent  defeat on the Yalu was due primarily  to the old fashioned, perfunctory  methods of the Russians and that the  Japanese success must be attributed to  their perfect acquaintance with modern  conditions and to their skill and intelligence in meeting military developments on the field.  It would appear therefore, that this  nation of so-called imitators is. to give  instruction to professional instructors,  and, in this instance, to those whose  chief aim in life for many years has  been to prepare  for war.  A Satisfactory Pile Remedy.  Will cure the conditions causing the  piles. Try Dr. Hamilton Pills of Mandrake and Butternut; their frequent  use prevents piles. No case ever  known where the use of Dr. Hamilton's Pills failed.    Price 25c.  From this it would seem that the  Socialists Have determined to contest  this constituency for the commons;  even though they would probably acknowledge that they had no show of  winning out. It is said that J. J. Caul-  field, the Greenwood merchant, if he  cares for it, can have the "nomination,  and sacrifice himself for. the cause of a  .Principle; The politicians all seem to  think, also, that the placing of a'Social-  ist candidate in the field means a less  number of votes for the Liberals when  the ballots are counted;  .'"��� John F. Hemenway, who first came  to Phoenix in July, 1897, to take  charge of the preliminary work on the  Old Ironsides mine for Jay P. Craves,  left here in November, 1902, to take a  position with the Copper Cobre Mining Co., at Phoenix, Arizona.- Quite  recently a new company was formed to  take in these properties called the  Bradshaw Mountain Mining and Smelting Co,, of which Mr. Hemenway was  mande assistant treasurer. Mr. Hemenway has recently removed to Val  Verde, Arizona, a little town where  the company's smelter is located,  where he is also the local postmaster.  Several old Phoenicians are said to  have secured position with the same  company, including Jimmy Stevens  Thos! Hogan and Chas. A. McClung.  ���H  Recently the press has been chronicling the death of Howard C. 'Walters,  the man who shipped the first ore out  of the Boundary, the ore coming from  the now famous Providence mine. The  writer well remembers Mr. Walters  when he organized the Spokane and  Great Northern Mining Co., with a  modest capital of $5,000,000, to exploit high grade mines in the Boundary. But when silver svent down out  of sight in 1893, it put a stop to  Boundary high grade shipping. Mr.  .Walters afterwards made money in the  Snowshoe mine at Libby, Montana, in  the Britannia, on the coast, and lost  it all in some Mexican mining ventures.  PLAISANCE & MUNRO  Contractors and Builders.  000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Full Line of Hard Woods.  .Shop on Dominion Avenue,  Phoenix Home Brewed  MRS. KATE TAYLOR.  Mrs. Kate Taylor, a graduated'  nurse ot prominence, gives her ex- '  perlence with Peruna In an open  letter. Her position In society and \  professional standing combine to '  give special prominence to hen  utterances.  W  LAGER  BEER  Brewed liy a home institution, has proven  the test and has made a  Host of Friends  w ho testifv lo itb Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,    -  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Corner' Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  CHICAGO, ILL., 427 Monroe Strcet.-  "Ab far.-as I hayo observed, Peruna  is tho finest tonic any man or woman  can use who is wcs.% from tho after  effects of any serious illness.  "Peruna seems to restore vitality,  Increase bodily vigor and renew health  and strength In a wonderfully short  time."���MRS. KATE TAYLOR.  Address Tho Peruna -MecIJcino Co.,  Columbus, Ohio, if you desire free literature on catarrh. ������  Special Excursion to World's  Fair.  The Denver & Rio G: ande, in connection with the Missouri Pacific, will run  aseriosof Personally.Conducted Excursions to the World's Fair during June.  These excursions will run through to St.  Louis without change of ears, making  8li<irt stops at principal points enroute.  The first of these Excursions leaves Portland June 7th, and the second June 17.  The rate from Spokane will be $60.00 to  St. Louis and return. Excursionists  going via the Denver A Rio Grande have  the privilege of returning via a different  route This' is the most pleasant way,  as well as the most delightful route to  cross the continent. The stops arranged  give an opportunity of visiting the various points of interest in and about Salt  Lake City, Denver and Kansas City. If  you wish to accompany one of these excursions write at once to VV". C. McBiide,  124 Third street, Portland, for sleeping  car reservations. '  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  Tmoiigh Salt Lake Citv, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  Colorado'Springs and Denver.  \ Daylight Mde Through Nature's Art Gallery  Parsing CastlP Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal G01 |te.  ^ pqst Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK. NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUNj^  For Detailed Information, address  W. C.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  THE MASTER MECHANIC'S PURE  TAR SOAP heals and solieus the skill, while  promptly cleansing it of grease, oil, rust, elc.  Invaluable for mechanics, larmers, sportsmen  Free Sample ou receipt of 2C for postage. Albert  Toilet Soa�� Co. MfrB Montreal.  $12,000 la Prizes.  'The best running races ever seen on  the Spokane Interstate Fair track are  expected at the racing session this fall  which covers a period of six days, Oct.  3rd to oth, inclusive.  'Twelve thousand dollars will be divided as purses during the meet and  from present indications a greater number of horses will be entered this year  than ever before in the history of the  Interstate Fair Association. Most of  the 500 running horses now in Seattle  at the Midsummer Race Meet are expected to follow the North Pacific  Circuit to Spokane, and "the liberal  purses hung up by the fair management has already called in a large  number of entries for the early closing  stake races.  For the Interstate Fair Stake Race,  purse $1,200, there are 23 entries, a  record breaker for any Spokane track.  For the Bolster Stake Race, purse  $700, there are 16 entries.  NOTICE.  Respecting Coal and Petroleum Lands in South-  East Kootenay.  &  General Pamting and  . . Sign Writing  G^nwood, B. C.  It's What It Leads to  That makes Catarrh such a dreaded  disease. If you have Cataarh taint,  dropping in your throat, if you hawk  and spit and have a stuffed up feeling  in your nostrils you should use fragrant  healing Catarrhozone at once and get  cured. 'Thousands have been saved I  from Consumption and completely  cured by Catarrhozone, so there is  no reason why you shouldn't stamp out  your Catarrh also. Catarrhozone will  really cure you and prevent the disease  from returning. It's very pleasant,  just balsamic medicated vapor,���no  nauseous drugs. Absolute cure guaranteed to users of Catarrhozone; it  can't fail, try it. Complete outfit $1.00;  sample size 25c. _  NOTICE is hereby given that licenses to prospect for coal and petroleum upon and under  lands situated within Block 4.593, South-East  Kootenay will be issued forthwith to all persons  who have mnde proper application, in pursuance  of the provisions of Ihe "Coal Mines Act" and  amendments.  The fee for each llceuese wilt be $100, and all  applicants who have not deposited accepted  bank cheques to cover that amount art hereby  required to do so without further notice.  ' Licenses will be issued in the following form,  viz.:���  Mining   License Issued  Under the  Coal  . Mines Act and Amendments.  "Til consideration of one hundred dollars now-  paid under the said Acts, and subject to the provisions thereof, I, W. S. Gore. Deputy Commissioner, acting foi the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works, license  to enter, pronpect, search aud work for coal and  petroleum (but no oilier nirtal or mineral) upon,  in and under all that piece or parcel of mineral  land situate in and forming pait of Block 4.593.  East Kooteuav District, aud described as follows:���  and not exceeding in the whole six hundred aud  forty statute acres.  "Owing lo the number of applicants, for licenses  to prospect for coal and petroleum, and the peculiar circumstances . surrounding the application  fortlieissuanceoftlie.se licenses, and the well  known fact that the issuance has been unavoidably suspended for so many mouths, the rov, rn-  ment or British Columbia finds it impossible to  determine the equitable rights of the niiiueioiis  applicants. Therefoic for the purpose of cuab-  iug all persons to go before the proper tribunal  for the determination of their respective rights  and priorities, this license is issued and accepted  subject to such prior rights of other persons as  may exist by law, and the date of this license is  not to lie taken or held as in any s.use determining such priority, and further it shall not be  taken or held to waive enquiry by the <'ourts into the proper performance of nil conditions precedent as between adverse cbtimnnls; mid further, on the understanding that Ihe ��0vrrunicnt  shali not be held responsible for. or in connection with, any conflict which maaaiise with other  claimants, ofthc same ground, ynd that under no  circumstances will liccn.e fees be refunded.  "And the holder hereby waives any claim or  demand against the Government, ami expres.lv  acrees not to take any steps or proceedings, or  present any petition, to enforce any alleged claim  or demand against the Government of the Province of Britt. h Columbia aTisiug out ofthc issuance ol this license or of any other matter or  thing appertaining tlfccrcto.  "The land being under reserve from pre-emption aud sale this license does not include any  right other than the right to prospect for coal and  petroleum.  VOl. IV -The 1904 International Edition���lists and describes 3,311 copper mines and companies,  in all parts ofthc world, descriptions o( the varioui mines ran.ing from 2 lines to 12 pages in length,  according to importance. ,' . _ -  There are also 15 miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the History, Uses, Terminology, Geography.  Geology, Chemistry, Mineralo.y.'llctallurg). Finances and Statistics of Copper, making the volume  a veritable cyclopedia on the subject.  It Is the World's Stan3ard Reference Book on Copper  Even-Miner, Prospector, Investor. Banker and Broker needs the book. Price is �� in ^wVnm  binding will fiUloptorR,��i.. Full Library Morocco)and the book willbe sent. Cnlly P^a"; �����  S" "ddress in the world, to be paid for if found sadsfactory, or may be returned wthm  Teek after receipt, and the charge w-ill be cancelled.   Address the Author and Publisher,  Horace J. Stevens, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton^Mtch^U.S. A.  1  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto   ^ _  Globe (daily) both for One Vy  y\ ,    ...   -llie chief was tltawv  year  Phoenix Pioneer a1.  ,rt-  G-lobe, (weekly }ays  year   Phoenix Pionep  Daily Herald  cem-  work  motion by Mr. Punch, to run  an "tin  horns" and "boosters" out of town.  At the meeting of the licensing  board, Joseph Graham was granted a  transfer of license from the Union  hotel to the Mint hotel, and a license  was granted to the Stemwinder Hotel.  '���The donation ol this liceus  lrom the , 190   .  is for  oue year  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   'Phone 53,  We make good bread,     Try it,  C. W. GREER, Proprietor.  Deputy CoiumLssiouei nf I.uud* .; Works.  Lands nnd WorKs Department.  Victoria, B. C, ,100   .  R 1'. HR1.K.N.  CI ief Commissioner of Lauds'& Works.  Lands and Works Department.  Victoria, U. O., 6th June, 1904,  XrJar-   /'Including H.e svndi-  yoai v.tfKiiiKK<i     -  ta��.../"& Vernon  PhoeniX1; several days in  World, n8ain lhis sveek-  for one * assert that  ^tion of this  Phoenix Piont,  Family Herald  both one year..  Subscriptions l-eceivo' ORE TONNAGE.  cals Ul p^;-v.Me^el". y\ (jidary mines lor 1900, for 1901, fori  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nmv York���Copper, tlectrolytie, $12.-  50 ml_.76.i ; hike,' *!2.��2(g*l2 87l.j  Bar Silver, 58?��'  Lead, *4.25.  ^oueer���  *- 902  A58  Send all subscriptions too  PHOENIX  PIOl  1903       1904  3!)3,7 IS   :iOO,4ilO  71,212        Corporation   of   the   City   of  Phoenix.  COURT  OF   REVISION.  Notice is hettliy ��iven that ihe first sitting of  the annual Court of Revision of the municipality  of the City of l'hoenix will be held in the Baldwin Block, Dominion avenue, l'hoenix, B. C , on  Monday, the lStt" day of Inly, 1904, at 2 p. m , for  the purpose ol hearing complaints against tiK>  assessment as made by the Assessor, and for revising und correcting the Assessment koll.  D. J. MATHRSON, C. M. C  Phoenix, H. C June9th, 1904,  j:��,07!i  5.731  .33!)  PHOENIX, B. C.     3G5  SKi,2'84     2,5(i0  17.H53  Uiamberloin's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy,  This remedy is certain to be needed  in almost every home before tbe summer is over. It can always be depended upon even in the most severe  and dangerous cases. Tl is especially  valuable for summer disorders in children. It is pleasant to take and never  fails to give prompt relief. -Why not  buy it now? It may save life. For  sale by all druggists.  It Will Be To Your Inlcrc. t        n  It" you contemplate visiiiiifr iIk- St.  Louis Imposition, to ..euro reliable information as lo railroad semen, llie luu-  esL rates and best route.. Also as to  lo.al eondi.ions in Si   bonis, hotels, d..  If yon will write the under, iiined.  stating; what informal ion yon desire, the  same will lie promptly furnished. If we  do not. have il on Ir.nd, will secure il for  you if possible, and without any expens ���  lo you.    Add res*  11. H.TRUMBUbL,  Gonmimereial Agent,  112 Third St.,l'orlliiml, Ore.  "V��I__S  fafaft;  T w*pJiJ  imi  '���#1  '���-$4  ' W'1  ��� .gj' 1  .-iii  ~'i ^  a! 'il  /  Wt'r Jfl  *r  f .  V\$  ��>1 JT_  \  iff "'d_l  1>  fa!  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In and Around Phoenix
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Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be al his
office, Bank block, from July ioth
to 14th.
Liquor and trades licenses will be
due next week for >he ensuing half
year, „
For large returns and good dividends
buy International Coal stock of J. L.
Martin, Phoenix, B. C.
' H. T. Pemberton, manager or the
Montreal and Boston Cop|>er Co., was
in the city during the week.
Ed, H. Mortimer spent last Sunday
with his wife, who is visiting her father
on a ranch near Northport.
City sidewalks have been undergoing
un overhauling ihis week, making a decided improvement in many places.
■ J. 15: Bell started Monday to ride
W. Y. Williams' coal black charger to
Spokane, a distance of about 180
Work on the new Methodist church
on Knob Hill avenue is not proceeding very fast, owing to delay in arrival
of material.
Gangs of Italian railway laborers continue to arrive by ever)' CVP. 8. train,
and are absorbed in Great Northern
contracting work.
Thomas J. Hardy,-formerly in business in Phoenix, but now of Coleman,
xas shaking hands with friends heni
early this week.   „
The new ten room .residence being
built by George Hewson on Old Ironsides'avenue^ is, in the last stage of
completion, and has been rented.
* H.GI Hankinson/of Chief Engineer
■Kennedy's office in Grand Forks, was
iin the city Saturday, distributing checks
in connection with the V. V. & E. surveying corps.
' Miss McGill, one of the public
school teachers at Grand Forks, has
resigned,' atid will be succeeded by one
of the male persuasion,, if one can be
had for $75 per, month.' ~> -
W,.G.   Gaunce, secretary, of   the
' Greenwood Board of Trade, who .-was
one of jthe week^ visitors,'has prepared
j if 'C ' t-4 ^ r'< I some fine ore samples and t sent< them
'lp«<';''^;-;''' lo",*'e St ^^exposition.'  j ; -
IV^V"?"'* ?   ' Pf-tt Northrup, of Grand Forks,
£'j$p-^./--'i7''■■'"in charge of ,the:" railway construction
\/(^S'7^'fht^t^.*t&k visitor in the city;last
Sunday'and also on Wednesday. < The
Koqpttu now has 15 patients. <
' s William Hall/ the miner-who had
hfej;leg^amgume<d,r.at.' the' Phoenix
GeoeralHospitail three weeks ago, 'is
getting along nicely' now.   He was the
Only-patient in the hospital this !week
■<"_«_ ;i'-- v'' _^'f - t   ,
V.-The strawberry season is >now on
tfcfe wanfe. XThis,week W. S. Macy
had 15 or, ao people picking on his
ranch ori.Fourth of July creek,' the
crop being a large one and of fine
-'• quality; W,»\
"« ' Allan B.Morkil), ledgerkeeper in the
Eastern Townships Bank, left Saturday
' for a two weeks' vacation in Rossland
and"; Grand Forks, h»s place  bang
.-. taken here by' J.H.Rom^ of the Grand
Forks branch: "
'-' George S.  Waterlow,   of London,
"\ England,'who is largely interested in
the Snowshoe mine, and who has made
,' a practice of visiting the property every
ti summer, is likely to do the same - this
year as usual,
< *    George E, fole, who has been em
• ployed at the Granby mines for a year
' ,or two, left'«for Clarence, Out, Tiles-
day.   AfteV a few months iti the field
New Unrjr StoMe.
Matheson   &   Matheson   came in
early Sunday moming from .Spokane
with anew complete livery stable out-
Kit, including half a dozen horses, with
angle and double seated conveyances,
saddles, harness, etc.   The entire outfit was purchased in Spokane, and was
driven up by tbe owners.  Both horses
and equipment are the best that could
.surveying, he will return to XtcGill and! f^ bad in the capital of Jhe   Inland
complete hisjpo^n^nt>''^*ert!3ceer-»mpir6.   Tht Adolph Circu stable, on
tlcot^^e^peTtiesIn   FrS^^?™ . T* , «   ^
i camp, at the head waters of the North
: Fork of Kettle River.
Dr. Mathison, dentist.
Granby Exchange, Housefurnishings.
For International Coal stock see J.
L. Martin.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, McMillan
block, July 13 to 16.
The family of Ed. Burns, the contractor, arrived in the city yesterday.
Judge Loamy has been holding
County Court in Rossland this week.
Born —In Grand Forks, July 4,1904,
to Mrs and Mr. \V.' J. Shannon, a
Born—In Grand Forks, June 39,
1904, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Taylor,
a daughter.
' Lloyd A. Manley is reported to have
purchased Tom Hnrdy's hotel interests
at Coleman,
Mrs. Duncan McDonald, sister iu
law of Alex McDonald, of Nelson, is
spending a week here.
David Oxley and son Thomas , returned Thursday night from a ten days
trip to WttUcoiirJa, near Republic,
Wash.    '•
J, H. Graham reopened the Mint
hotel, on Dominion avenue, last Saturday, after fixing up the house from top
to bottom.
It is reported tlftt Got A.Fraser, M.
P. P., of Grand Forks, has a townsite
surveyed in the upper part of the Flathead valley,
James Turner was brought before
the beak this week for getting into a
mix: up, but was allowed to go on suspended sentence.'
J.' C. Haas, <M/B., who recently
made a trip to'.Tonapah, Nevada, to
examine mining properties, has arrived
back in the Boundary.'
Noble Binns, of Trail, spent a day o r
two in the city this week, looking over
his local branch. He says times an|
greatly improved at Trail.
' Grand Forks aldermen propose to
remunerate the mayor wjtl) £390 and
each member of the council with
$«5  for the year's services.
.William John Porter, alderman, was
gazetted as police. aud licensing commissioner of Phoenix, on the 5th inst.,
vice James Marshall, resigned.
-"" Curlew won from Grand Forks last
Monday at baseball by a score of, 21
to 17, at Curlew,-where a 4th of July
celebration was being held,''''     '.
In the Presbyterian church to-morrow the topic in the morning will be:
"Leaders and Led;'' p". 111., "Taking a
Stand." . Anthem by the Choir.'"
Mite Callahan's case of threatened
dynamiting came up hefore Gold Com
missioner McMynn at Greenwood last
Wednesday, and decision was reserved.
Miss Struve, from Spokane and
Butte, arrived on Friday's ..train and
will open a dressmaking parlor. See
small bills for location and date of
ClvurcH Services
i-~ * * ■
St. JohnVChurt.. of l.ngland, Rev.
W. J. {Wood, Missionary." Sunday
School, 10 a. m.; Morning Prayer, 11
a. nr.: Evening Prayer, 7:30 p. m.;
Everyone cordially invited to attend
any and all services.
St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,
Service totnonow at 11 a. m, and
7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. W.
MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial
welcome to all. *
Methodist—Services at 11 a.m. and
7.30 p. in. at Graves-Williams hall, the
pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 3.30 p. in. A hearty in
vitation is extended to all. 1). M,
Perley, li. A., pastor.
What Are They?
Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver
Tablets. A new imnedy for stomach
troubles., biliousnv*, and constipation,
and a good one. Price 25 cents. For
sale by all druggists.
In th« County. Court of Yale
Holdcn at Grand Porks.
NOTICK U hereby given flint on tlir 3.th day
of Jiiur, iiw It w*« ordered by His lluuor An-
drew Lrntny, Jitdceo.tlir Comity Court of Yale
lhat Arthur filajton Sutton. Official Ailuiiiil*-
trntor In ami lor tile (Iraud Forks and Green-
wood electoral districts, be Administrator or all
idnliiflj  "    -
f,ll»r (lie c_|a|e of llerniau Leulcr, for-
I'liocnU.deceaiied iHle.tii"
.   .j |)erM»i Indebted io lite *ai.     ..
required lo make payment forthwlt It to the mi
deralgticd aud ever)' l>erson hav lug iu pomi-ssion
r9ect<< ItelotiiilnE to the decca>e<l is requtreO
ruilhn-ltli to unttly the niidenilKued.
li\ery creditor or other person Iia\luenuy
claim upon or interest In the dl. Intuition or the
entate ufthe bald ileceusf^l is required Ix-lorc the
ml day of August, i»m, to »eiid bv regisitcre<l
fetter, ttililre,s««d to the uml_r«!gncd, his name
and a.|ilrruand f»|l i>ar|i(i.laia of hia claim or
Interest ana a iflatetneiit ofhla account and the
nature of thf security <!f any) held by him.
Al.crthc sakl jrddn) of Ancust ti\c Admiuts-
trntor will proceed writh the di\tribution of tbe
eatnle having regard lo those claljn., only of
\rhlc|| lie shall then have rjod notice,
Uated at Ora|^ Forks. B. U., the »?th day of
June, loei.
7 A. C SpfTOK,
Official AdmlnWiator, Grand Fprktj^C.
=Pabst's Celebrated Beer=
Fortify yourselves for the wai 111
wiJath.r hy drinking
"Iron Brew"
Wholtsalc   WINES,  LIQUORS
Prompt attention to Telephone
Greenwood, Ii. C.
Phoenix Livery Stable
Matheson & Matheson, Props.
Everythig New
n.e B.C Assay «Dd
Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.
Dinct Importers of Assayers1 Supplies.
SOle AeentH in ». 0. for t!io well-known
Hati.rseaCnicibleH. Pt-oriliem, Muinetj,
ctu- Sellini: iiin'iitB for tho V. W. Brum.
Co's S|iet'!iilti(>B Ciirv Fnrnat-eB, Darneia,
«;te. Mercks' Pure Clicniieals, Assay Millar PJfttimini, Qui.-k.ilvur, C. P. .A«kIh,
Uoutx Uliiss ami till Heavy Cheiiiiwil'J.
Specialty—Silver Free Lead and Litharge.
Complete Assay Outfits   fuinhhud   ut.
thort notice. Satisfnetion Gunranteeil.
New Goods!
Airivini; nml to itrrivu frmii Ihe he.t
iiutrkflF in Cr.iuulii.    Wo an1 slock-
j'ii)! tij> nil 01:r ili'imi ln.« n*^.
Granby Exchange
Till* COI1I|i|i lo lldllH'fllMli.liei..
200 CASH!
and $12 monthly until paid for
will seen 10 a comlortablu
3 Room House
in lower ton 11, Woodshed, garden,
well and pump. Full particular.
E, H. Mortimer, %?^»t, f
Notary Tubllc.
Thomas Drug Co.
lloundary Agents for Columhia
Giaphophones.      A  full  liny f,f
^ nui .iral goods  always  in   stock.
Tiy u.s by phone or mail,
(iKlillNWOOIl, 11. c.
Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A -share ol* the public
(Kitronage solicited.
HMpltil Donations
L:<"t of Donations receivwi sinre Jan.
let, 15)04, tq the Phoenix General Hospital: ( "        •
Iji.h $100..., _rieraeat S. Houj;hton, Bo»ton
Cash jiw S -  ....— A Friend
ClUh jico _ « -A Krleud
todse. J13 09 „^ _ , A Freud
C*ih $5.00 „ _ _ -j. J. Strutiel
Fracture Bed mid Furuiturc.value $&>...A Friend
Cash fao,.,„t, „ T. Entou & Co., Torunta
linen... „._...,,.„.....)t.^,.XIr<.I.Crawron
ChiuHware,...'. „_...: ..... M*xt Crawford
C* b $jj ^. :.... Cauadinu R«nd Drill Co
Onsh $So. _ ...Hospi!*rvt»ff
Lundscap. Garden  Sirs. R, B. Kerr
}4 Crate Strawberries. ^ -J- H. re.ers
Svrop..„.,_ _.i_   _... A Friead
Gish $5.00   .r. M. Mullin
Cash {} 00 ,   A Knend
1 dox. Bed SpiD»ds„t ..,.......... ... A Knend
Witch Hazel
After Shaving. *
HH-» l-»-^»-«1-l-«-
Miss Manda Carlton
r^rllQNAULK   Drkssmakisc.
PRIPfcS Urabonabu.
Biner Block, - Phoenix, B. C.
Knob Hill
J. E. BELL, Manager.
Best Dining Room in the City—Every
•-«-•-• 4.-•-•-•-•-o»-» • •-•-•-«-•-•-•-♦-•-
G. W- Rumbergei
j Real Estate
: : and Mines
Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.
t l Shares in all llie leading mines bought and
! sold.    Information about Phoenix and the
' Boundary country given on application.
thing Kirit-clftss.    \'q\u pfltroi.-
nge Holioited,
First St,       •       Phoenix, B. C.
Pair Cmtchea  ;.,"..Y„....„'^. tjeorgt C|i(iplain
CrauiteTea Pot.„„ Morrin, Thomp*ia & Co,
MaKasincn     V. 8. Mac?
Vegetal)!**  Mr*. J; B Mills
Cratt Strawberries... 4. Mm. W. S. iiacy
Ed. Black,
and Jeweler,
Tine Timepieces and Fine Pepairingr
or all kind..
Full stock ot Tobaccos add Cigars
G. J. Hayward
Gtz&t Nortfiera
Futnitute Co.
is just starting, but will soon
have everything kept in any
first-class house.
Cut Gloss
Dealer tn Real Estate, Live Stock.
Gi-and Forks, B. C,
j City j
\ Transfer, I
Dry Wood tor A
Dominion Ave
Telephone No. 28.
t*     Phoenix, B. C.
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And a Good One, if it is one   sXl
of   our    NEW     SPRING   «i
SUITS, Litest  styles, fines,
materials, best workmanshipt
Residence and Stables at foot of
Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B C. ■
,   }■ O. Box-69. 'piiaiteNo <o.   Z
. n_ets has been rented for tHe sife of
mile,icIvei(ir J"ns» ^°^t members of vrhirh
8. R^rdl known in Phoenix, ha«ng re-
two in thjhtatea nnrnlwr  of  \>«r&.    The
9- p?fjii will be known as; Uw Pht>eni\
and un^ Stable
all ages, wir.... „
to carry 7 pouiSa^?*1^ rM,fctr'
for a cup valued fi^osi interesting specuiJ
J. E. Seagram,-"ut bv anv misiins; publtca-
$300 cash «W .^ ;^ !has ^^ ^
Cup to be w^V" . . 1 m,. • »
ly ly samfiiy^the I'os AngdesMining Re-
propertgt! >>eing a Speciil Smelter Number.
11  (tarty every smelter in the west is de-
y 7 poun^trr1^^"8
It is said that Italians and others on
the railway work are slaughtering game
< wholesale.    If something is not done
' to stop it,  the destruction  of small
; game almost entirely will result.
The International Coal & Coke Co.,
of Coleman,, Alberta, is reported to be
doubling its output by shipping 6,000
. tons of coal a month. The new coking
' ovens   will soon  be doing   business
[     While   residents of Grand   Forks,
; Greenwood,  Midway and other places
,i hereabouts sweltered in the  heat this P^
' week, Phoenicians found  the climate -fes,
.congenial—one of .the advantages o<«ngje
living in this salubierus altitude.       *? -i^
r ,, „ P,   ,       ,    ,,.       -. '^^*>.» number jsacradu to the  publishers.
J. M. McCIoskey, trie blind  mnwr^t' ' - >_,	
'. 5m- Qttca el Street CucinL
Sacreiatj- Donaldson, of the Grand
Forks Street Carnival, to be held there
.August 241b to 27th, sate, that can-
dklaJES ft<Ka surrounding tow^is are
solicited to compete for the hoaor of
being queen of the camiv^tl, who will
be duosem bypopulw vote. Candl
dates' names sht>u!d be sent to Secretary Doasaltison at ooce, endewsed^by
th? secretary of some lodges society or
dab. who wi|! be eonsxkral the tan-
^Ji^ne.of tbe ex.4o?$u$" erganissuon.
jpribed aad pictured in eicdlent siyleT
■tft excepting the Granby and Mother
^e smelters ra the Bourukn*.   The
Just Opened.
XV'xW be pleased to show tnem,
Geo, E. Dey,
' Knob Hill Ave.
For Sale,
Fi\-e»oonj house, eellsr, fine \vell
water, wood end chu:kfen shed, 2 verandahs; also city water for sprinkling,
government taxes $4 per year, 90x125.
no better place for chickens, plenty of
trees* no better site for a home in Grand
Forks. Price right, must be &old. Address ). k.. Box E, Grand Forks, or
this office.
' who lost his sight in an explosi
, the Knob Hill mine two years rJ ^d™"*18
' having considerable success in* l*>oiuuon
: of his Columbian Comedy 'a°b- Thsre ***?
. the Kooteiiays, accordiiMtJ.0*^ *»««» •»"««.
f v succeed in land-
Saturday^-w^r^PHs.^n.ev &0|3e4o
5 Taffledforacesat th^fe ^^ 'ovw ^k.
a disablate, malinitv.
I ^^sthat qrp"    * ..   .     e ,_
an»^*       ,*ui AJiaet.   pwsiiienit «f the
*s' * t(li_5by C<x, isstriieiii Cdeman, Aibsatsa.
• -' alc__saay,  sod  is expected in   the
' rS , BosiraSasy tfess waet, to spend three w
fim wselis.   Hewasiaetat MaJfcine
Bat by x\, C Roroerfelt And K. N.
-Gster^ who areaist. kjgeiy mtaresed
t» bc^b ihe Cofeffisto and Gnmby pro-
Notice is hereby given that, at the
ne\t sitting of the License Commis-
sia&ers fur the City of Phoenix, I intend to apply lor a licence to sell
liquor by retail at the Cottage Hotel,
situated oil lots S and 9. block 1 j, on
Victoria avenue, Phoenix, B. C
Dated at Phoenix. B» C, this toth
day of June, 190^.'
31-6.. M. H. K-tXE.
0!eo Tend Collie Kennels
-     >
We make a specialty of breeding the
best working stiains for sheep-men
and sell at reasonable prices. Our
Collies give satisfaction to flock masters
everywheie,    Write us your wants.
Thos. S. Qriafch,
1.. 0. I$ox 1907.     .        Spokane, Wash.
Se>«in_S Fhotsaidsiu whsle attending:
sheeeJebtatwa. at Xessao. vtau o«t oa.
K.c>otessAy Me, an4 being attractnAt hy
she g«5»rofe.twii«s of a Oaajuaen, nawEx.
ashi »©. Tfeey fiuatid a aaa who pevjvevi
tn'Se Ole ICefeon, 64 vsurscf age, had
&aag*a titeoscIC ste bodv" Iwea siSl
w&xm. , Twconx_erw(ea!Qt>aeQ|»ai»ft»ra^t4»cwx
Xotke is hereby ^sven that, at the
next sitting of the Botirxi of License
Commissioners tor the citj- of Phoenix.
I intend to apply for s. license to sell
liquor by reiiil at the Sces««rir_ier hoteJ.
L«ks .6 and 17. JBfock iS, Firet Street.
Phoenix. B. C.
ITateJ at Phoenix. B. C~ this soth
d.n- of June. 1904.
S. .V. Mi-uin.
Excursion Hates
Perfect Simplicity,
Perfect Reliability
and Strength
The  most searching investigation of
proves that it e.\cels* in
quality of materials, perfection of workmanship
simplicity of construction. With no chance
for deterioration and no
val. es or complicated
mechanism to get out of
order, it is the
Nothing is stronger than
its weake. t part.
jk , Prices $10.00 to $25.00.
/Iv NEW CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoos, etc., just re-
jjf   ceived.    Call in and examine them.
|        THOS. BROWN,
/U    1l_l      I      W. T_       f      .      f IlAKDY-ilcKKNZIE BLK.
«> Men s Wear Exclusively. dominion ave.. phoenix.
— -■—'—■■ ——^—TWW^—»P—^— l—_^_PW___l      !■ Ml   ■■
1 Black's Hotels
^ •      .Dominion Avekoe, PHOENIX, U. C.
Commodious Sample Rooms
First-Class Dining Room in connection
War Well Stocked with Choicest Goous
Most Conveniently Located
Telephone No. 26. %
Game (£L
Poultry J'"j
The Union Meat Co,
AinioiiiH-t-? ilmt an up-to-ihilo I>utflier >hop lias  Uern o]>eneti
in tin- MiMillmi ISIm-1.. Knt-b Hi!) Aw., Phoenix, and  solicits
a -Imrvol the 1 HH'lit- [i.itM.iisj;i-.
hliopj »t Mad. «J. .v;t» ,
"irwi.Roi d i.r»!.J ^o^i.•. »itd 1'l.o.nix. B. C
Stationer., i-tr-
Kn.il> Hill Ave.
! ^^^^^^^^^S^ir^^g^i^^^S^
You Are Invited
spect our new arrivals in ...
to come and in-
Phoenix to
St Louis, $62.75
Chicago. $67.7§
Montreal, $100.75
HaliLix* $12455
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I The newest of this seasons patterns in Negligee and Outing Shirts.
In Straw, Light and Black Felts, Nobby ones in
Fedoras, Stiff and Graecos.
New York, $103.75 I
Xo*ke <s feejeoy given, that a: the-
ne\t siuing of ihe licesase Co«ib.«-
sic-aitss for the City of Pfewsiis. I intend'.
toap|%tobAWthe.Hvrs5ewbich I ko!d
ts> ss-Ii S<jaor by retail tran*ferreei frorc
»a0i3a^l»si«!Sai6*_-tl«|ar.'d Si, BJoCK li.
l^l£lS_2teStel Phoenss. R C. to the   ifin:  Hotd.{}. G. Ct-*5.5;
Aug. S. 9, 10.
3 Months* Limit.
Sept. 5, 6, j.
A special s»!si.«b<W. Ok beard c_~ Urease Ccsa.i
atH*s_>w*. Sw tie BcwskJ_rv v:^«t t,»s«3_5. e»-'
Ufct.istia&eJst&iattSK-KopiiMin Recti, ttrae-t the- Ulissn If_».---^  <r«_s_ed tw lei* ss*
of ll&rt* tficSwrt, 5«. K6e aitKaoi
*VTa5»m.scK_ ©f A«»tt_a Judaea,
tijs!srJS_cfflsa isaier t&* I>w»« Act. 140a, Sa. tfee
,  -W»i-»t_si»ISaS«J.3i«iaJ2(tw Uie BrocKy* Jlniii-! sttistted o-> ?n» ft   TRSrwr
.'ittmtattl* «wret e£KMsis. aai *ij<sia=ff!_5*i -'*u£v'::,u «-« K»t O,   OHOLK
bicflrajitfeswsws-,, \ fliireaae. Pnoenii, B. C
k«&^_b«^tteo_dia»toc,*;iiis £S_| ^ ^sssSx^Stoism^.
ia a J§t «f desjxsetdacK^ * ©r_Bi Fsw_a» & c jatr <sj£*s«*.
FViini3ia_|i awnue.
a:  Hotel,
5. Domit}.o__;
how ExCCRStOS   FVR5_>.
few a£i eJLStesr. points nill also he
qu4Kect feoing .ia Port  Arthur all -ai!
or Siks* rocte resunilrsg s^rse or via
Chicago arxi &- LouK ?or fell par-
doukrs apply to I-ocxl a^eliv.
Ddiid the jsits day of June. 1904.
Jos. H. Gsahjoi1.
Abei... A-CP-Agt.
Phoeui.:. B. C.   Vancoswer, B. C |
j. S. Castes, D. P. A.
Nelson* B.C.
A stylish line of Shirt Waists in white and colors.    A full
stock of Ladies' and Gents* Furnishing Goods.
Our ranges of styles 2nd prices in Ladies', Men's and Chii=
dren's Shoes are the best in the city.
Dominion Avenue
PHOlNBt, B. C,


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