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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 25, 1903

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 Boundary Mines. Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in 1902,   ^   ^  t0tiec  AND  BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  ***���  ri*  Phoenix .isTthe Centra  and Leading M^rig  Camp of Boundary.  *-<.mi  Vol. IV.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH .COLUMUDV;"SATURDAY, JULY 25,   fgotf'  No. 37.  Ttc Big Store  BARGAINS!  T  w  Z  SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.  Ladies'Shirt Waists  Ladies' Summer Skirts  All Lines Ladies'White'Wear  Ladies'Sa lor Hats    '  And Children's Hats  SO  SPECIAL REDUCTION ON  CHILDREN'S SHOES  j AND SLIPPERS  !j   '���   *-."    $2.50 .shoes for. $1.75  !| .';.'a.'oo shoes for    1.5" ���"  j! 1.50 sIhics for    i.oo.  mm  I  ��� ;. -   !'  Don't miss the unusual opportunity to j;  secure goods at greatly reduced prices ;j  BAR GAINS!  T  10  f-lciidricl  I'HOKMX  ORKKNWOOI)  OKANI) I-'ORKS  immmmmmmzmmmmm  iMORRINJliOMPSONSCO.  Firuliib-ti ������������������*���  VEGETABLES .  NEW   Potatoes,  Turnips,  Carrots,  California Dry Onions.  Cabba��e to arrive in few days  We have a La.ee St����* "f B"0\VN  KAKTIIKN WAHK which we lire  0frerii^'iit|��ri-iillyn1<lii.-iNl.,.rlreH, in- J  eluding Milk Pitclier-s, Cifiirn rinli-  ,...��, Bowls, simlll mid. Ii'l��e.. Till  P,.ls, ���Pudding Dishes, etc.  PQSI-.OI'FICE STORE  TWELVE YEMRS AT GRANBY MINES  What Has Been Accomplished in Canada's Greatest Copper Properties���Some Pacts Not Hitherto Seen in Print.  Kxuctly twelve years ago this week  the first mineral locations were,made  iii what is now Phoenix camp, being  antedated by but few prospects in the  Boundary country. These locations  were the Old Ironsides and Knob  Hill, and were made by Malt Hotter  and.'Henry'White,-respectively, on the  201I1 day of July, 1891, and were recorded five days thereafter, at Camp  McKinney, recording office for this entire section in those days. The contrast of conditions here twelve years  :i^.o with the situation here today is a  remarkable one, the greatest progress,  of course, having been in'the last four  or five years.  When Henry White and Matt Hotter, "toiled '.up the valley of, Boundary  This was the winter of 1895-6, and Mr.  itself.    This was  greatly  in its fayor, lover three  miles of  underground de-  Graves, although hehad confidence inland the most was made of it, reducing  the properties, did hot find it a bed of 1 the expense of treatment to the mini  roses in getting -/others interested, [mum. The first steam plant was  However, in 1897 Mr. Graves decided  to prosecute active, development, and  sent. John F. Hemenway here with a  small force of men) to undertake it.  Mr. Hemenway had sole charge for  some months until; Win. Yolen Williams arrived in tlie spring of 1898,  to assume the local'control. At that  time there had not been, 150 feel, of  work done on the Old Lonsides, the  No. 1 shaft being down 100'feet, with  some drifting. Hejsoon started work  on the Knob Hill. No. 1 tunnel, as  w'ell as continuing.ihe exploration of  the  Old .'Ironsides'[claim, and   before  vr ifcfr\��f  1      KM       Pm*-'  /  -i.  A  <<��        .   ��  ���      *;  3:  14?  %   x I  r  t /  *      *         *  rnuXX    l  M  p^SSS'sSS.'iS  ^''ffi?L  y~viiiQ-_ /j3& /  1  BBSS?"  f_B_i_^P8H_T_L_^H  ���mmmr\  1  nWSgSSHsrl  t ^Stbt-  S^Sv-iU' T/*S*E  brought to the Old Ironsides-mine'in  September, 1897, and the next spring  two drills were operated with it. ��� It  was hauled over poor roads from Marcus. In 1898 the first half of a ten  drill compressor was installed, and  shortly after the second half was put in.  Then in 1900 a ten drjll compressor  was placed at the Knob Hill mine,  and the two connected. Contrast this  with the present magnificent equipment of machinery, a sixty drill machine, operated by two 700 horse power,  motors, all of which is the largest of  its  kind  in operation in Canada, and  yelopmeht, not including the vast work  done on the surface in  the  shape of  ore quarrying.    I luring that time also I  the mines have.sent out a total of 769,- been  purchased  for the Oro Denoro  Boundary Mining Notes.  Some, of the Boundary mines are;  still complaining of a shortage of cars ,  on the part of the C. P. R.  Theforce of men at the Granby  mines how averages about 300, which  is likely to he increased.  The force of men at the Fife lime  quarries, being operated for. the Trail  smelter, is being, increased by 25 men,  due to more furnaces being blown in  at Trail. '" ��� ' v   .   ���       ;",.  A  seven  drill  air compressor ;has  685 tons of ore���all to the company's  own smelter���and 9,236,220 cubic feet  of ore have been broken.  At the present it is hot an extravagant statement to say that the mines  are in a position to break down and  ship ore at the rate of 5,000 tons daily  ���as soon as adequate transportation  and smelting facilities are provided���  the ore is there, and the equipment for  handling it is ..complete.' It has been  estimated that at least 20,000,000 tons  are now "in sight'", as it is termed, and  no one knows how much more.-   ���  rreseut (irunhy boarding hausr���electric lighted arid steam heated.  creek on that hot summer's day in the  early nineties,, there were no trails or  wagon roads of any kind in this section, and but few locations bad been  thought worthy tbe .attention of the  few hardy prospectors that had ventured some sixty or eighty miles from  the nearest railway, which was at Marcus, Wash. But White and Hotter  believed they had found something  good at last, one of the claims being  named after the famous old frigate of  the United Slates navv, and the other  the end of that year it became known  that an ore body of almost fabulous  width, length, and no one knew.how  deep, had been explored, and the attention of. the mining world began to  hie attracted.       -1C;'"A-   : .  About, or just before this time,  Mr. 'White and Mr. Graves succeeded  in interesting S. H. C. Miner, of  Granby, Quebec, in the group, as well  as other men of means from the Eastern Townships of that province. Some  of the Spokane men had become tired  General view of the Granby Mines, 1903.  which furnishes ample power for pumps,  hoists and splendid machine shop.  One can then get some idea of the  changes.that have taken place and the  importance, in a commercial way, of  the undertaking.  Results Accomplished.  In concluding this brief history of  what is' now considered by the most  capable engineers as Canada's greatest  copper mine, a glance at what has been  It is quite in place here to rhention  the business and executive ability of  Jay P. Graves, the general manager,  who was so fortunate as to secure the  co-operation of;,Pre.sident.,Miner..ai\d.  the gentlemen on the board of directors, as well as the success attained by  Wm. Yolen .Williams-in directing the  mining operations of the company, and  that of A. B. W.'Hodges, the smelter  superintendent, .'whose metallurgical  skill bas'contributed  in   no small de-  liltcliur view of pre-enl cainpre.sJor room al Oranlly Mines, capacity, 60 ill-ills  after 1 [otters old home, Knob 11 ill, San  of waitin,  l'Vancisco.    John Stevens was a  side  partner, of Malt  Holler, and on August   1, 189.), lie   located the   Victoria  adjoining the Old   Ironsides, which is jas high as 95c.  also included  in  the   present Granby'  group  ol" ten mines.  Times were hard in the Boundary,  however, and it was next to impossible  lo get capital'interested here, so far  from railway coinniuniculion, and with  most of the mines ol" mi low a grade.  The original locators became discouraged, and it was not till 1895 that  Stevens ran an open cut on the Knob  and sold out their shares���  ilways at a profit, however, as Old  Ironsides shares were quoted at $i.io  cents at one time, and  Knob Hill got  More claims were acquired when it  came to be more and more realized  what a tremendous proposition was  here, and the first Granby company  was organized, as well as the Grey  Magic company. Kvontually these four  companies were consolidated in the  newly organized Granby Consolidated  Mining, Smelting ami Power Co., Ltd.,  with a capital ol" $15,000,000.  OiTicialsaud c!ircct.-ir.ii.f the Oranby Mines, on a visit to the property, June, 1903. Reading from  left to right : Clements Houghton, director; John Stanton, director; A. I.. White, director;  Wm. A. Paine director; A. 11. \V. Hodges. Mueller superintendent; tieo. Martin I.uther,  director; P J. llermody, foreman; J. 11. l*rancis lltrresehoff, director; W m. Yolen Williams,  mine superintendent:  lay !'. Craves, general manager.   accomplished here���most of it within  five years���will not be amiss.  Up to the first of July, 1903, the  development of the Granby mines was:  sinking and raising, 3,702 lineal feet:  drifting and crosscutting, 14,882 feet,  or  a "grand   total  of   18,584    feet���  gree. In all these years the Granby  Co. has never had a labor trouble, has  never postponed a payday, and has  never failed to settle its obligations,  no matter how  large.  Can the reader ol* these  lines   find  its parallel in the history of mining ?  V  Original  Hunk  and    Boarding   House  Mines, i?97.  (Irani)'  Hill, showing   more   plainly   what  an  immense proposition that was.  Kvontually Mr. White disposed of a  half interest to H. P. Pahnerston, of  Spokane, and he advised Jay 1'. Graves,  of Spokane, to take it up. Mr. Graves  looked into the matter, and finally decided to d<> so, organizing tbe Old  Ironsides Mining Co., A. I.. White,  also of Spokane, being interested with  him in tbe enterprise from its inception.  !���".���.'���������''.!���:  ���n  IF  S5.-J  A True Fish Story.  Last Sunday u puny consisting of  J.McRae, G.K.Dey, O.B.Sniith.Jr., J.J.  Strutzel and Geo. McNichol, went over  to the North Fork of Kettle river, in  search of specimens of the finny tribe.  When they returned late the same evening they all agreed on a tale of having  caught nearly 200 beautiful mountain  .trout���or, to be accurate, exactly 198.  I The best of it was that they bad the fish  t > corroborate the story, and now all  their friends wish to know the exact  spot   where   these  disciples-of  Isaac  ! Walton spent that day.    A  boom  in  i fishine tackle is also likelv to result.  {E_j?'' Owing to wires being down our  ore shipments are ineomplele this  week .  mine in Summit camp. It was formerly in use at the Iron Horse mjne,  Rossland.  This week the first car of coal from  the collieries of the International Goal  and Coke Co., Ltd., from Blairmore,  Alberta, arrived in Phoenix, for use in  the steam shovel on the No; r level of  the Knob Hill mine. J  Eight properties are now on the  regular. Boundary shipping list, namely,  Granby m'nes, Mother Lode, Snow-  shoe, Sunset, IS. C. mine, Emma, Oro  Denoro and Athelstan, besides a few.  others intermittently. '"' ��� "������=  Work has been started on the Trilby  in Skylark camp. This property Was  recently bonded by Gaunce & VVick-  wirc of Greenwood, McDonell Bros,  of Anaconda and A. J. Coursen of  Sculle.  It is reported from Greenwood that  ihe B. C. Copper Co. has let a contract  to Frank Coryell, of Grand Forks,; for  4,000,000 bricks, to be used for the  erection of a smoke stack 120 feet  high, to replace the steel smokestack.  The latter was blown down by the  storm of last Wednesday -but is being  temporarily repaired.  Coke shortage once more troubles  the Sunset smelter at Boundary Falls,  where one furnace was blown out'last  Tuesday, thereby curtailing the shipments of ore from the Snowshoe .and  other mines. So far as heard from,  the other six furnaces in the Granby  and Mother Lode smelter, as well as  one in the Sunset, are being operated  steadily.  POLITICAL POINTERS.  ."-.*'  At last week's meeting of the Greenwood ^.Liberal ���rAsscoadGii-';':s��Vhe--''"''2'b'''  new names  were  added to the membership roll.  It is expected that the Greenwood  riding voters' list will have between  6oo> and 700 names thereon, over .550  names having been registered thus far.  Speaking at Ebiirne recently Joseph  Martin said he would loyally support  whom: oe'/er' the Liberal members  returned at the coming elections should  choose as their leader.  The convention of the Liberals of  Grand Forks riding will likely be held  at Grand Forks before the first of next  month, and that of the Conservatives  will not be far behind. -  A Liberal Association was organized  at Camp McKinney last week with an  initial membership of 22. Durjcan  Ross, of Greenwood, ��� was present at  the interesting ceremonies.  'Walter B. Cochrane has been gazetted as the returning officer for Grand  Forks riding at the forthcomings election in place of H. C. Kerman, who  was so announced last week by" the  Associated Press.  Those who have been studying the  matter think that not far from,'300  votes will be cast at the coining election in and around Phoenix. It is  also estimated by the same persons  that close to Soo ballots will be cast  in this entire riding.  John R. Brown was chosen as the  .-andidate of the Liberals at the convention held last week Friday at Greenwood. There were represented at the  convention, either in person or by  proxy, 155 members of the Liberal  associations ol" Kholt, Midway, Boundary Falls and Greenwood. On the  first ballot Mr. Brown received 96  votes, Thos. J  scattering. Mr.  the unanimous  tion.  Hardy   56,   and   6  Brown   was declared  choice of the conven-  Kirst Granby Mines riant���capacity, two drills.  The smelter had been erected at  Grand Forks with an initial capacity  of two furnaces, which was later increased to four, and in a few weeks  will be increased to six, with a total  capacity of treating 2,200 tons of ore  daily. From the beginning the owners of the Granby mines were favored  by having an ore thai needed no outside inixlure of ores to help it to flux���  being almost a perfect self-fluxing ore  Cir.didates Nominated.  Islands���T. W. 1'attersnn, Liberal.  Nelson���S. S.Taykr, l.iberal.  Okanagan���T  \V. Sterling, I.ibei ill.  New Westminster���Thomas uitTord, Conservative.  Grand Korks���John Riordan.   Socialist-Labor.  Cusninr��� C W. l��. Clifford. Conservative.  Vancouver City��� T. Ogle, Socialist: A. R. Sleli-  biugs, Socialist; K. Mci'licrson, Labor; Kiaucis  Williams, Labor; A.O. Terry, Labor.  Greenwood���John R.Hrown, Liberal.  Simiikaiueen���W. J. Suodgrass, Liberal.  Kaslo-John L. Retallack, I.iberai.  Kernie���J  Mcl'liersou, Socialist-Labor.  Skeena���James Herman, Liberal.  Yale���Stuart Henderson, Liberal.  Many  strangers  are  seen  on  streets these days.  our  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS  1902, anil for 19-33, as reported to the I'hoenix IMoneer-  Granliy Mines, Phoenix .  Snuwslioe, '"  Brooklyn, "  Mother Lode,'Pearl wood .  Sunset, "  Mm -risjun,  B.C. .Mine,  ft. Hell,  Kniniii,  Oro Di'iioro  Winnipeg,  Summit.  1000  i;i,r>:r.  air  mo  5,340  10,494  The following table gives the oie shipments of Hoandary mines lor 1900, for 1901, for  Wellington       1,070  tiolilen Crown,        "               2.250  Athelstan, "              1,200  King Solomon, W.Copper   N"o. 7 Mine, Central   City of Paris, "     ....  Jewel, Long Lake   Ciirmi, West Fork...  I'roviiler.ee,    Providence....  Klkhoni.  Ruby,     Boundary Falls   Miscellaneous      3,230  19U1  231.7(12  1.731  99,034  802  150  47,405'  5d0  050  1.04D  550  875  605  1902  309,858  20,800  141.320  7,455  u'.sii  8,530  785  025  1903  18'.) 435  31,212  55,730  8,225  17,875  10,010  300  Past  Week  9,239  1,770  482  2,000  100  ���ym&  !��� 'M  r'4:B,-m  ���-, .* '���'  '-'.-: 1  !rav?-.-W|  i��fffflA3SF.a-  n.-.-r-."7r;  ;.T7.^  ���re1  7r.7sr.r  ���-.:.'.*:  .:....):'���;  ��� ���1 ���   awF*l  bt-jfl   ft.1!  .'V "-i-ir, THE PHOENIX PIONEER  m  Mm  m  wm.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal  -���iytie  , ISSUED ON SATURDAY BV TUB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATt-HORNlX. B.C.  W. B. WiLLCOX. MANAOCR.  TelcpliontJ  ( Business office No. M-  j Manager's residence, No. IS-  WHAT EDITORS SAY  SUBSCRirTIONS IN ADVANCK.  Not For Years���Not for four  years has there been as much enthusiasm over mining prospects in British  Columbia as at the present time.���  Nelson Economist.  Rossland's Plaint���There is something lopsided about our civilization.  A telegram can be sent clear around  the world in nine and one-half minutes,  yet look at "the number of years it  takes to put up a postoffice building.  ���Rossland Miner. :  .$3.00  . i.*5  Per Year   Six Months....,   If you are not a subscriber to this paper, this  In an invitation to vou to become oue.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per Hue.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one mouth's  advertising.  1903  JULY  1903  Sun. Hon. Tuei. Wed.  Thu. Frl.   Sit.  1/2   3    4  5 6 7 M 10 11  12 13 14 .15 16 17 18  19. 20 21 22 23 24 25  26 27 28 29 30 31  As the weather grows a little warmer, the fires under the political pot  are also beginning to burn brighter  The death of His Holiness, Pope  Leo XIII, this week, removes from the  world one of its most conspicuous  figures.  Best Plan���-The plan adopted by  the Dominion government of aiding  the lead industry by giving a bonus of  $15 a ton is the plan best calculated  lo aid the industry, and is far ahead of  the scheme for raising the tariff on  lead and lead products.���Revelstoke  Mail.  C001. in B. C.���'0, ye gasping and  parboiled denizens of the sun baked  east, come, buy you a railway ticket and  hie yourselves to the blessed mountains of British Columbia, where Old  Sol cuts up no didos and, where the  vvooly blanket is a positive luxury at  night.���Slocan Drill.  No Bearing���The claim, made by-  John Oliver and other leaders of the  Liberal party at the coast, that the  locators are not bona fide residents of  the province, but mere speculators  from Spokane, has no bearing on the  question, as the law governing locations does not bar aliens from pros  pecting for coal and oil in British Co  lumbia.���Nelson Tribune.  * OLLA PODRIDA. * '  If you have not registered by August 14���less than three weeks���you  cannot vote on October 31st. One  word to the wise should answer every  purpose.  So far this year Boundary mines  have shipped about 50 per cent more  ore-than the Rossland mines, the  figures being a little more than 300,  000 and 200,000 tons, respectively.  A Dominion election is now foreshadowed for the end of October. If  it arrives on schedule time, the dispenser of campaign thunder in this  province will simply be in an ecstacy  of bliss, with provincial and Dominion  candidates in the field.  It is the steady pound that makes a  mine of anything.  Fitzsimmons declares that his new-  fiancee, Julia Gifford, is positively the  sweetest girl he ever married.  *  - Max O'Rell died from appendicitis.  He probably treated it as a joke until  death marked 30 on his copy.  *  ' A Missourian named Hogendoogler  has won a prize of $1,000 for solving  a newspaper puzzle, , If it was a more  intricate puzzle than his name he  earned the money. *" ���"'  *  "In order to allow ye editor and his  employes to properly celebrate the  Fourth, no paper will be issued from  this office for the next two weeks,"  says an Arizona editor. There are no  tarantulas on the patriotism of that  good scribe.    '  WILL DEVELOP THE GOLD BUD.  Providence  Camp  Oroop Bonded nod Will  Be Worked.  Last Sunday's   Spokesman-Review  had the following:        ;'-,...  A local syndicate is being formed  by H. V. Fuller, manager of the Washington Home company, to acquire the  Gold Bug group, in Providence camp,  in the Boundary. Associated with  Mr. Fuller are W. M. Law and Duncan  J. Mcintosh of Greenwood, the trio  having organized the company owning  the Providence mine, in the'same camp.  Mr. Fuller, while admitting that the  papers have all been signed and that]  the first payment will be made next  Friday, declines to give out the terms  of the bond. :'."������'-.������;  D. A. Holbrook, the original locator  of these claims, and the. Bank of  Montreal are the vendors.  The property has had considerable development work done on it���  principally on the Gold Bug, which  has a vein of high grade antinionial  silver ore; also carrying values in gold  and copper. Four years ago, at' the  time of the completion of the Columbia & Western railway, two carloads of  ore were sent to the smelter, which  gave returns of $150 per ton above  freight and treatment.  - New British Subject*.  The following were made British subjects at last week's session of the  county court at Grand Forks: Dennis  Joseph Ferriter, Peter De Wilde,  Frank Hartinger, Gustavus Allred  Evans, Edwin Reuben Shannon,  1 Alexander Smith, Tunetaro Yostimito,  Richard Erache, William Kellem, Carl  Frank Wolfram, Fakagiro Fukini, Suey-  Woo, Robert C. McCutcheon, William  Pearce, Duncan Smith, Nils Edward  Johnson, Joseph Thatcher, Sadakiehi  Mayeba, Charles Herbert Thomas and  Robert Logan.  D. J. MATHESON,,  INSURANCE AGENT,  KlREj LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Commissioner for taking Affidavits.  Phoenix, B.  r\. B. KERR,  Harrister and Solicitor,  '  ' notary public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  King Edward Lodge, U.D.  A. F.and A. M.  Regular communication 8 p. m.    Sec  oud Thursday of each month.  Kmergent meetlnRS as called; Masonic  Hall, Morrison-Anderson Block.  W. L. GHRMAINK,  Secretary.  V. L. COCK.  W.M.  Phoenix Federal Labor Union  ;        ��� NO.   155. ���   Meets Thursdays at 8 p. m.at Min-   -7��� ers' Union Hall. ���������-,  N.I.KMIKUX.'l'ies.'-f J, RIORDAN, Sec'y.  PHOENIX AERIE  NO'. 158.  Meetings on Friday  Al Sjop.rn., Miners'  Uubn Hall.  Visiting   brethren  cordially invited.  DoYou  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 $JO.OO.  It costs only $2.00.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed  Imported Goods.  FINE HOOTS AND SHOES  MADE  TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL   WINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS* SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avi'ime.  PhoenlxHome Br^^  LAGER  BEER   ������  Itrewi'd hv n lir.nii'.iiiHiiliitioii, litis proven -  till.' ti'H   Mini  llH!J  Host of Friends  who litBlifv lo ii�� tliio'il (jjnii'ili��-H  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUELLER,  Proprietor.  Corner  Standard Ave, and Banner St. Phoenix.  TIIOS LYONS, I'res.      WM. FI.KMINC Secy  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING-PARLORS  and HATH ROOM.     ;  Phoenix, 8. C.  Latent Slock Quotations,  Gravcs-Wlllinrns Block, cor  First and Old Irousides Ave  American lioy   Ben Hnr   Black Tail    Bonanza    Canadian Gold Field.'!   Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-div.)   Center Star   Fairviev   Fisher Maiden   Giant  ASKKD  AH  AH  AM  12  27  5  Granby Consolidated,....,    $5 co  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  A short time since it was common  practice in daily newspaper offices to  keep a standing head,  "The   Daily ....          ,            .              .  -i.  ���   I.,    i ���   i ��� u              j -���     i Anticipate the questions people are  Irain wreck," which was used in al- ���--,-,                     ,       ,  vi       ���. ���    i.T.. apt to as* about your goods and answer  most  every   issue.    Now  it is "Ihe ,r       .                 ,     . .���     ,   .  Daily  Lynching."    Verily, civilization  Lone Pine.  Morning Glory '.   Mountain Lion   North Star, (E. K.)   Payne   Quiip .-;;.:.-.c:r. r.   Rambler-Cariboo    Republic   San Poll   Sullivan    Tom Thumb-   War Eagle Consolidated   Waterloo-(Ass. Paid)   White Bear   i'A  2  ��5  ������lii  17  32  AS  i  5  SK  5  12  AM:  BID  AH  AM.  i%  3  'nM  25  4  t  *K  H 5?  i  rtf  21  12  I5J4  29"'  42}*  AH  4K  IC  6  3H  A  NE.W  EDITION  webster's  International  Dictionary  A Dictionary of ENGLISH,  Biography, Geography, Fiction, ��lc  New Plates Throughout  25,000   New  Words  Phrases    and   Definitions  Prepared-under the direct  supervision of W.T. HARRIS  Ph.D., LL.D., United States  Commissioner of Education,  assisted by a large corps of  competent specialists.  Rich Bindings ��� ���'��� 2364 Pagts  5000 Illustrations  J.B.MACAUL1Y  CHI SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  t3*a3**9*  PHOENIX, B. G.  Lion Doming works  ���IAS   McCRRATH. Prop  JOBBERS IN WINES, BEER AND CIGARS  Sole Annus for Kciclitu.mrlleii.Sellers' llluc l.iiliel llrand tlie most  healthful and refreshing ol~ Mineral W'utcis.  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  phone Orders Solicited.  m  m  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GILMAN  VANCOUVER, B.' C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  E  THK  VANCOUVER ASSAY OVl'ICK  Established 1890.  Minerals Mollified and Their Values Explained.  FREE OF CHARGE.  Have You a Piece or Doubtful Rock? Just  Mail it to us.. Mill and smelter tests up to  4000 lbs.   Checking Assays a Specialty  Palace tiveri) staples  '1 lie best established and regulated hostehy in.ilie Houn-  dary. We aie centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit of Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rigs.      Parties  driven  to  any lioundnry  point.  Clear Smelter Lake Ice Delivered on Wednesday and Saturdays.  Melntyre & flcDonald, Props.  The International was first issued  in i8go, succeeding the " Unabridged."  The New Edition of the International  vias issued in- October, /goo. Get the  latest and best. '  0      Wc n'lsb publish  Webster's   Collegiate    Dictionary  with Gloiwtry ol Scntttoh Words and Phrasti.  "First clans iii quulity^ Kecoiid class ia size."  Specimen pages, etc; of both  books sent- on Application.  G.GC.MERRIAM CO.  Publishers  Springfield, ..Mass.  WEBJTEJO  COLLtOlATtj  prcnodurv.  Knob Hill Avenue  Old Ironsides  Addition  Phoenix, B.c.  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER   Agent for   PABSt AND  CALGARY.   BKKR.   does not seem to civilize in some parts  of Uncle Sam's domain.  James R. Brown, the lawyer, won  out over T. J. Hardy, in the race for  the Liberal nomination in Greenwood  riding. Mr. Hardy would have made  a strong candidate, but Mr. Brown will  have the prevailing antipathy to lawyers in the legislative assembly to fight,  as well as the Conservatives and Socialists.  Once again the Nelson Tribune has  entered the daily field, coming out in  ���the evening, an evidence of being intended largely for local campaign consumption. While John Houston is off  on a trip to the coast Col. Robert T.  Lowery���the man who has been responsible for the birth and death of  a dozen or more papers in the Koote  nays���will furnish the gray matter.  James   Dunsmuir,  ex-premier   and  millionaire mine-owner, who has been  fighting the unions, employed Chinese  in some of his coal mines, contrary to  law.    An  accident  happened,  and a  dozen  of the  celestials took a short  cut to  the  happy  hunting grounds.  And now James the brother  of John  proposes to fight the anti-Chinese act.  It is to be hoped that Mr. Dunsmuir  will receive a lesson this time  that he  will remember.  them in your advetising before they  are asked.  If a merchant wants to be successful he should take a lesson from our  Mandy; when she has dinner ready  she toots the horn.  The successful doctor knows just  how much medicine to give���the successful advertiser knows just when to  advertise all the time  Some men expect business to come  to them without advertising, and they  generally keep on expecting all their  lives, till the sheriff steps in.  If you start a wagon down hill it goes  itself, but if you want it to go up hill  you must keep a pushin' and a pullin'.  it is the sameway with your business.  MINERAL ACT.  Cf.ktificatj; of Improvements.  Notice.  "Gipsy" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  ��� Where located-in Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. llallett ns  agent for John Mulligan, Free Miner's Certificati-  No. B80173, Intend, siirty days from date hereof,  to apply to the Mill jug Recorder for a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  o Crown grant of the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before'' the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 13th day of July. A. D.-1903.  I.H. HALLETT.  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER   OF  LICENSE.  LIQUOR  Notice is hereby given that I will makp  application to the Board of License  Conimissioneisof the City of Phoenix  at tbeir next meeting, for the transfer  of the Liquor License now held by me  for the."Sriinmit" hotel, cituate on lot  10, block 15. Old Ironsides Sub-division  of Phoenix,. B.C., to James Marshall  and K. P. Shea.  Hated this 10th day of July. A.  I).  1903.  T. ,H. RICHAKDS.  LIQUOR  SpoKane Ui and northern  NELSON &   FORT   SHEPPAR1)  RED MOUNTAIN It'Y.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V., V. and E. Ry.  The only all-rail route between all points east  west;-aridsoiith to.Rossland,Nelson and all. in  termediatc points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R &  N.Co. ���*   -  Connects at Rossland and Nelson with Canadian Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  alt Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at. Curlew with stage for Ore en  wood and Midway. B. C.  Buffet cars run on passenger trains between  twecn Spokane and Republic.  GREENWOOD  r.'greiger,  y   Manager ��������  The Leading Weekly  ^ the Boundary.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  VSu The most perfcety appointed Health  andMeasure Resort iu the West, with a cbtu-  nletesysteru of Baths���including Turkish an I  Kussiau. Open the year round. The curative  properties of its waters are nneqiialed.  Vor Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Troubles.  V01 Healing all Kidney, Liver and Hlbmach  ailimnts.  Fqr Eliminating all Metallic Poisons from the  System.  The grandeur of the scenery is unrivaled.  Mountains,snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls,  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursions,  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed for  mildness.  PROVINCIAL POLITICS.  The history of a mine for 12 years  gpecially if a success���is of more  rdinary  interest.    The  history  Granby  mines  in this camp,  wTiTOh  appears  in   this  issue of  the  Pioneer, is the story of what a judici-  ' ous admixture of brains and  money  can do in this favored portion of British Columbia.    It is not putting it too  strongly to assert that a  parallel   case  cannot be cited in this province from  ' the days of the early argonauts  down  '- to the present.    It is keeping everlastingly at it that brings success.  J. M. Kellie will contest Revelstoke  in the Liberal interest against Tom  Taylor or Arthur Johnson. .������..:'������������.'  Harry Wright seems to have finally  determined to take a flyer at,Ymir in  the Conservative interest.  It is asserted that not a single voter  from, Trail has been registered in Ymir  riding, in which district Trail is located  by the redistribution act.  The Kamloops district voters' list is  very gradually approaching a total of  600, which will; seemingly not be exceeded by more than a hundred or  thereabouts.     ;,  If a Joseph Martin candidate appears on the scene in Rossland, it; is  said that Smith' Curtis will reconsider  his determination not to run, m4 g����  into the fight,  J. H. Hawthornthwaite was ptit on  the Crow's Nest line last week, organizing for a Socialist campaign, Hje  addressed a fairly large crowd at  Fernie Thursday eyening.  W. J. Taylor, law partner of D- M,  Eberts, has issued a cynical circular to  the electors attacking tlie conduct of  W. C. Wells and J. D. Prentice over  the C. P. R, land grants.  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER   OF  LICENSE.  Notice is hereby given that we will  make application'to the Board of License  Commissioners of the City of I'hoenix  at their next meeting for a transfer of  the Liquor License now held by us for  the "Bellevue" hotel, Bituatc on lot 18,  block 18, Old Ironside Sub-division of  Phoenix, B. C , to Alexander Grieg.,  and Hugh McDonald. ���������-'���  Dated this' 17th day of July, A.-D.,  1003.  . E. P. SHKA.  JAMES MARSHALL.  Leave.  (.:25 a' m....  10:15a. m..  7:00a. m...  EKFHCTIVK, NOV. -it. iooj.  Arrive   Spokane 5:45 p. m   Rosslaiid...... ;..:,..5:10 p.m.   Nelson..... 8 00 p. m  11:00a. 111 , Orand l'orks,.,.,, 4:00 r>. m.  10:24 B*In .....Curlew ���...- .���.���4'4I p, tit.  9:rsa. m Republic,.,, ,5140 p. 111;  K. A. JACKSON,  . General Passenger Agent.  HpoUnue, Wash,  .V,0  V?  THEBIfilNES  J OF BOUNDARY  WE HAVE A FEW COPIES OF A  WELL - EXECUTED PHOTOGRAPH  of the tix hie Boundary mines that  shipped 500,000 tons of ore in 1902  The mines are the Granby, Snowshoe,  Mother  Lode, Sunset, Emma and B.  C. Mine.  As a companion to this we   have a  photograph   of   the   three    Boundary  Smelters, viit.,t   Gpauby   Mother Lode,  and Sunset, showing them iu operation.  Si;$e of eavh, j6xjL3 inches.  The two aenjt postpaid  to  any atl-  dress for $��..60.  Address  PHOENIX,  B. C,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate ol Improvement!,  NOTICK.  Starve-out  Fract.irmal  Mineral   Claim,  Hitnatein the Kettle  Hiver Mining  , Division ot Yale  District.    Where  located:   In Skylark Camp  Take notice that 1, John AV. Nelson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. IJ 54917, intend, sixtv.ilays from the date hereof, to  apply to Hie Mining Recorder- for aCer-  tilicate of Improvements, f .r the purpose  of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that actjon.  under secii-n 37> must be coinirienee.<|  before the issuance of such Certififjate  of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of Maith, A.D 1903.  John W, Njji,son.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name'for the Clricauo, Mil-  waukee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Pail way  runninij the "Pioneer Limited", trains  every clay and nit/lrt.between St. 1'anl  and Chicago, anrl Omaha anil Chicago,  ''The only perfect trains in the worll."  Understand: Connections are ninrlt-  wit|i All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to pa88eii|rera the best service known.  Luxurious coaches, electric lights, ulenin  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that ynur ticket reads via ''Tlie  Milwaukee." when going to any point in  the United States, or Canada. All ticket,  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other information, address,  R. L. Ford, -H. S. Rowe,  Trav. Pass. Agt., General Agent,  Sl'OKAKK.WN. I'ORTI.AN1),OK  ^Published-in.-tlie Heart of,the Greatesk,GoId  Copper belt of British'Columbia. -   ���  // you read the  PHOENIX PIONEER,  Yqu'11 keep posted on  the Boundary.'...  ��-������-!' ������i'"'1       "���   ������������i'��"i"��i ���    y1    ���;�������������  "   ���"���hi  iships  Bank.  the entire Uouiidary shipped 500,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was reduced by       .  BOUNDARY SMELTERS  Phoenix camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of ore  last year.  The Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any part of Canada or the United  States for .   '.'  $2.00  per year���01 the rest of the world for $3.00  per  year.    It gives the  Latest and Most  Reliable News  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It is feailess  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin at any time.  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  PHOENIX, B C  East.  ESTABLISHED 1859. ���  CAPITAL $2,o6o,ooo. RESERVE FUND   $��,,oo;ooe.  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MAJOR, Asst. Manager, Rcssland, B. C.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  PHOENIX  MARKET.  I Pi Bums & Co.  HKAD OFFICE KOR IIOUNDARV CREEK, GREENWOOD, II. C.  ,      '*. 'HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, II. C.  ... Wholesale and Detail Meat Merchants. ��  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Sahno, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and I'hoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������  PALACE EXCHANGE STAGE  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix ac 10 a, m.  Leave Greenwood at 3 p. m.  Daily.  ��_Sp ��Jf tvSr  A,S. 4 PAW, Proprietor;  An Unpccedcntcd  Offcf to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto ^   -  Globe (daily) both for One Vv7K  year   ......           .......    .... *rv*   v  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto ^ r(i  Globe, (weekly) both for One 7 J)ll  year.. -- .-������-��� *  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal - _ ~  Daily Herald, both for One 7 HII  ��mr.��.   /Including Handsome Portrait"* MtC/\7  year   ^ofKingKdward, 17*" inches../   Phoenix Pioneer and New York '    ���  World,  Thrice-a week, both 7 /k  for one year.  **   v  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal * nr  Family Herald and Weekly Star, ��Q|Jj  both one year           Subscriptions��� received to all Magaaii^s and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates,  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Victoria Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  In Cottage Hotel.  We make a specialty  of-Family and Hotel  trade.  Free delivery to all parte of the city.  J. S. McCAGUE, Prop.  Advertising  is the lever that moves the business world'���so the men who  really know, who are conspicuous for their success, assert.  If you wish to reach the people oilhoenix and the Bound-  ary generally, you cannot do .  wilhbut usiniirlie columns of  the P.noenix Pioneer.  "Rates on application to  fW* ^       phoenix, $.C  His Las! Hope Realized.  (From the Sentinel, Gebo, Morrl)  III the first opening of Okliihoma to  settlers in 1880, lire editor of this paper  was among the many seekers after for  tune who-made the big race one fine tiny  jii April. Pnring his traveling abonl  anrl afterwards in rami ing upon his  claim, he encountered much bad water  which, together with the severe heat,  gave him a very severe diarrhoea which  it seemed almost impossible to check,  and along in June Ihe case became so  bail he expected to die. One day one of  bis ni-ighbors brought him one email  bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope.  A big dose was given him while he was  rolling about on Ihe ground in great  agony, and in a few minutes the dose  was "repeated. The good effect of the  medicine was soon noticed and within  an hour the patient, was taking his first  pound sleep for a fortnight. That one  little bottle worked a complete cure, and  he cannot help feeling grateful. The  season for towel disorders being at hand  suggests this ittni. S61d by all druggists.  ^To man or woman will hesitate to  apeak ''well <l Chainhorlain.s Stomach  and Liver Tablets' af.er once trying  t'hem. they always produce a' pleasant  movement of 'the bowels, 'improve'the  appetite and strengthen the digestion.  For sale bv all druggJBts. '"  B. C MINING  j  !����������������������������������������������������������*��������*.���.���������.������������..�������������������������.���������  Slocan ore shipments are in excess  of 7000 tons.  The Fisher Maiden Co., on Four  Mile, is being reconstructed. >���'  Last week the Payne received five  cars of machinery  for  its zinc plant.  J. M. M. Benedum has started  work on the Hoodoo, near Slocan city.  An important strike was recently  made on the Old Homestead, a promising Lardeau claim.  A rich lead of high grade, free gold  ore has been found on the Red Top,  on 49 creek, near Nelson.  Geo. Alexander is calling for tenders  to drive a 1600 foot tunnel on the  Antoine in the Slocan.  Finch & Campbell, -of .Spokane,  have started the ten-stamp mill on the  Relief gold mines at Erie.  High grade ore has been struck' on  the Venus, near Nelson, on which  property 30 men are employed.  In the July number of the H. C.  Mining Record is a long article on the  cost of lend smelling in this province.  Organizer -'linker, of tho Western  Federation of Miners, (tsHlMyd in the  formation of 11 miners'union ��t Camborne lust week. '  ���With the changed condition of Turning in the Kootenays it should not now  be long before the dividend payers are  again heard from.  Nearly all the mines in the Slocan  and Ainsworth districts are either starting work or increasing their forces, due  to the lead bonus.  John A. Finch and J. C. Drewry,  both directors of the company, are  authority for the statement that the St.  Eugene will reopen immediately.  The Bank of Montreal has taken  the Queen Bess group for a claim of  $6500 and the Howard Fraction group  for $4500, both being located in the  Slocan.  The Northport Smelter has now in  its, yards between 40,000 and 45,000  tons of ore, and this tonnage is being  reduced steadily. Hence the output  of the Le Roi mine must be increased  substantially at an early date.  The concentrator at the Wakefield is  being remodelled and when completed  will have a capacity of from 100 to 150  tons per day.: ..Sufficient ore is already  blocked out to keep the mill running  the entire season.  Angus K. Stewart is now back in  Ottawa, where' he has settled down to  his duties in preparation for the St.  Louis Exposition, He still hopes that  an earnest effort will be made by those  interested in mining in the, Boundary  to have the district suitably represented  by a big mineral exhibit at that exhibition.  Last Saturday was pay day once  more at the Crow's Nest collieries, and  the total of $130,021.05 was paid out  at the three camps. This is an increase of $14,817.25 over any previous  monthly pay. The figures of each  camp are as follows: Coal creek, $49,-  839.40; Michel, $48,371.50; Morrissey,  $31,810.15.    Total, $130,021.05.  The report of the Tyee Copper  Company, Ltd., for the year ended  30th April, 1903, states that developments at the mine during the past  twelve months heve been satisfactory,  large bodies of ore having been opened up, the value of which has been  proved by the smelter returns, The  aerial tramway is in full working order.  Car shortage affected the output of  the mines at Rossland slightly for last  week, but the aggregate was over  a thousand tons daily, as follows:  Le Roi, 3,210 tons; Centre Star,  1,590 tons; War Eagle, 1,020 tons;  Kootenay, 274; Le Roi No. 2, 780;  Velvet, 125; Giant, 40; Jumbo, 125.  Total, 7,165 tons; total for year, 200,-  093 tons.  ��r  THE OBSERVATORY  I  Things Tamckd op at  HOSIK AND KLSKWllEKK  r _o _^  Marshal I'etitt and wife gave a series of entertainments in Miners' Union  hall this week that were of more than  ordinary interest. His free lecture to  men only on Sunday evening on the  pertinent subject of "Men's Hell,"  drew a crowded house, and Mr. I'etitt,  himself a physician, delivered a lecture  that was full of good common sense,  and which it was excellent for men,  young and old, to hear. Monday he  gave a psychological lecture, explaining  interestingly so-called psychic phenomena or spiritualism���a lecture that was  worth any man's time to hear. Mr.  I'etitt is a lecturer of no mean reputation, who has made study of psychology for years, being a member of the  London Society of Psychical Research,  It is not often that I'hoenix  is favored  with an entertainer of his standing.  ����� .  The following gem from the Greenwood Times will be appreciated in  nearly every news.Kiper office in British Columbia, particularly in the Kootenays:  James Peck McSwaine, the typo  artist on thy Tirrius, is slowly recovering from a severe attack of *���!���1~{  Peek's many friends are pleased to  hear of his recovery. . .. .  ***  It does not appear who' the author  of the following effusion is, but it.was  evidently written by one who had been  through the experience once, and  wished to have it repeated.  ���������������'���  Those wishing  to enter  the newspaper office at this season of the year  should be governed   by the following  rules: -'-  > Advance to the door and give three  distinct raps or kick -the door down.  The devil will attend -to your alarm.  You will give, him your name, post-  office address and the number of years  you are owing to the paper. He will  admit you. You will then advance to  the middle of the room and address  the editor with the following countersign: Extend the right hand about  two feet from the body, with the thumb  and index linger firmly clasping a ten  dollar bill, which drop into the extended hand of the happy editor, at  the same time saying,.."Were you looking for me?" The editor will grasp  your hand and the bill and say, "You  bet!" After giving him the news of  your locality, you will be permitted to  retire with a receipt for an obligation  properly discharged.  ���**�����������������������������������*������  j World Wide Mining  Last year Arizona mines paid in dividends $;9_oap,QQQ, not counting the  United Verde,  The gold output of Nevada county,  California, to date, is estimated at  $215,000,000. Ofthis sum $162,000,-  000 was produced before 1880.  The fiscal year of the United States  Mint, Philadelphia, just ended, was a  record breaker, in the number of coins,  medals and dies struck. The coinage  was 19,578,766 pieces greater than  the previous year, an increase in met.  als of 7,062 pieces, and an increase of  309 dies. About $260,000,000 worth  of coined bullion was counted and  weighed. "   It is u.fld,e.rj;tp)pdi tb.a_t th,e. Socialist  party expects to, cajr.y Grand Forks,  Kaslo, Slocan, Fernie ahd Niprnjumo  at the cording eletipnsj.  TICKETS  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA   :  ���  ���'  Great  Northern  Railway  SHORT LINE  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Seattle, Victoria, Tacoma and Portland,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining; and Buffet Smoking Library.  Fast Trains at Convenient Hours *\  Bet. Spokane and Puget Souud��  t Fo r rateB and folders and full iriforina-  ion regarding tripH call on or address  any agent V. V. & K. or S. F. & N. Rvs.  A.B.C.Dknnibto.n,     JI. Brandt,  G.W. P. A., C. P AT. A.,  Seattle. Wash. Spokane Wn  I  There are just  Two Kinds of  They are the kind that is a  credit to you and your printer and���the other kind. . .  Ours is Said to be the Best  When you want something  IN OFFICE STATIONERY  V(e. }{qy,e, the qrt an,d the qrtfets to give  ypft e^aeljly wha,t ym wish.  0/ir mechanical  department equipped  with the latest and best.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  PHOENIX, B, C.  ��&t��? PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boondary Mining Joomal,  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on Boundary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $2 bill" for year's trial to  Pioneer Pub. Co., Phoenix, B. C.  VlCtOr Evaded (^3 IT)  For Household Use  (f^PiuCVT* ta^cs tne P'ace of fluid  ^/fr/fcA.   milk or cream.   Never  a a  1\?  sours or causes disappointment at the last  moment. It is handy,  pure, digestible, nutritious and appetizing.  Makes delicious ice  cream, custards, puddings, etc. , "  Ask your  Grocer for It.  Mfd. by The ChirlotttUwn Condtnied Milk Co., Chirlottetown, P.E.I,  Slater Shoe Advertising  Art in Shoe Making  Short talks by the SUter Shoe ad man,   No. 7-  Mere wear in a shoe is comparatively  easy���plowman's hobnailed brogans to wit  Foot comfort, as exemplified in your  easy going house slippers, does not imply  either beauty, shape retention or street-wear  durability.  Yet wear in a brogan and comfort in  a slipper are secured by a modicum of shoe  making skill.  But to produce a shoe of wear, of  comfort, of beauty and then to challenge  public criticism under the limelight rays of  advertising requires art, shoe making art���  not the art which hides by cleverly concealing defects but the art which assembles in  the shoe all the elements of wear, of foot  comfort, of shape retention and shoe beauty.  Such shoe art, the ** Slater Shoe "  makers are compelled, by advertising, to  impart to the " Slater Shoe."  That's why the man or woman who  buys and wears a " Slater Shoe "is assured  cf all he or she has right to expect in a high-  grade shoe bearing upon it the stamp of the  maker's responsibility as does  The Slater Shoe  Made in Canada 40 years.   Goodyear Welted.  For men $4.00 and $5.50.  For women $3.50 and $5.00.  SOLE AGENTS,  Hunter-Kendrick Co.  PHOENIX, B.C.  1903 COPPER HANDBOOK  The World's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  The 1903 International Edition is new from cover to  cover. It lists and describes 2,207 copper mines and cop'  per mining companies iii all parts of the world. It has a  gieatly amplified chapter on the History, (Jeology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Uses and Statistics of Copper.  Eight chapters ate devoted to the various Copper Mining  fields of the world; a long chapter of Statistical Tables  and descriptions, ranging from a lew lines to eleven pages,  of the world's Copper Mines.  The 1903 edition is 'he result of nearly ten years'  labor. It.is made for the investor, miner, smelter, scientist  or any other person interested in the subject of copper from  any standpoint. The book has 600 octavo pages, with  gill tops. Price, $5 in Buckram, or $7.50 in lull library  morocco.  IT WILL   BE   SENT,  ON   APPROVAL.   FULLY   PREPAID,  to any address in the world, on the understanding that the  person ordering may return it within a week of receipt, and  charge will be cancelled if the book is unsatisfactory, for any  reason whatsoever, or lor no reason at all. It costs nothing  to see the Copper Handbook, and it need not be kept unless it suits. May we send you a copy on these terms?  Address all orders to the Author and Publisher,  J.  36 Post Office Block.  Wliv von should buv...  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because it is tbe BEST oual.ty  Because it is the MQST LASTING chew  Because it is the .LARGEST high grade 10  or 30c ping  Because the TAGS ARE VALUABLE for  premiums until January \, 190$.  Because we GUARANTEE every plug and  Because YOUR DEALER IS AUTHOR-  IZEIr TO REFUND MONEY  IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED  Tub Empirk Tobacco Cc, Ltd  Reduced Rales Prom the Hast.  Commencing February 15th and con  tinuing until June 15th there will be low-  rales in effect from tbe east via the Illinois Central R. R. to all Washington,  Oregon and Idaho points. It any of  your friends or relatives in the east are  coming west while these rates are in  effect, give us their name and address,  and we will make it our business to see  that they are given the best possible service. We operalK through personally  conducted excursion cars, and in fad  give you tbe benefit of the latest conveniences known to modern railroading.  We have 15 different routes between the  ea8tand tbe west,and are in position to  give you the benefit of the best combinations. Write ��s ami we will give yon  full particulars. B. M.Trniiibull, Coni1!  Agent, 111. Cent, R. R., 143 Third St.,  Portland, Oregon.  For sale, Smith-Premier No. 1 typewriter in.good condition at reasonable  price, inquire at the I'ioneer office.  (L. S.]  HENRI G, JOLY db LOTBINIERE.  Lieutcuarrt-Goveruor.  CANADA.  PROVINCE   OF BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  KDWAKD VII, by tlie Grace of God, of the  United Kingdom of Gnat Britain and Ireland arrd ofthe British Dcmlniomr beyond  the Seas, King  etc., etc.  Defender of the faith, etc.,  To all to whom these presents shall come���Greeting,  A PROCLAMATION  A. K. McPhillips, Attorney-General  Whereas, We are dolrous and resolved, as soon  as may be, to meet Our people of Our Province  of British Columbia, and to have their advice in  Our Legitlature, We do make known Our Royal'  will and pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province; and do further declare that by the ad\-tce of Our Kxecutive Council of British Columbia, We have this day given  orders for issuing Our writs in due form, for calling a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province, which writs are lo bear date the sIsteenMV  day of July, and to be returnable on or before  the eighteenth day ol November, one thousand ,  nine hundred aud three.  In  TKSTrMONY   Wiiukkop,' We have  caused  these Our Letters to be tirade Patent aud the  Great Seal of Our snid Province to be hereunto affixed:  WtTNESS, the Honourable Sir IIknri GlTs-  TAVK   JOLV'IIK   I.OTm.MKKK,    K.   C.   M.   Gi, -  Licnteiiaiir-Goverior of Our said Province of  British Columbia, nt Orrr Government House,  In Our city of Victoria, in Our said Province,  this sixteenth day of June, In the year  of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and  three, and lu Ihe third year of Our Keign.  By Command,  K. F. GRBBN,  Provincial Secretary.  [L.S.J HKNRI G. JOI.Y i)K I.OTBINIKR1},  Lieulciiant-Covcrnor.  CANADA. ��  KDWAKD VII., by the Grace of God, ol the  United Kingdom of Great. Britain and Ire-  laud nnd oflbe llritlsh Dominions beyond  the Seas, King, Defender of the Kaith, etc .  etc., He.  To Our faithful the Members elected to serve  Itr tlie Legislative Assembly of Our Province  of British Columbia, at Our City of Victoria-  Greeting :  ,.' A PROCLAMATION.  A. K. McPhillips, Attorney-General.  Whereas, We are desirous and resolved as soon  as may be, to meet Our people of Our Province  of British Columbia, and to have their ndvice in  Our Legislature:  Now know ye, that for clivers causes and considerations, arid taking into consideration the  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, We  have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our  Kxecutive Council of the Province of British  Columbia, lo hereby convoke, and by these presents, enjoin you, nnd each of you, that on Thursday, the twenty-first day of January, one thousand nine hundred and four, you meet Us iu Our  said Legislature, or Parliament of the said  Province at Our City of Victoria, for the dispatch  of business, to treat, do, act and conclude, upon  those things which, irr Our Legislature of the  Province of British Columbia, oy the common  council of Our said Province may, by the favour  of God be ordained.  Iu testimony whereof, We have cajsed these  Our letters to be made patent, and theGreatSeal  of the said Proviuc lo be hereunto affixed.  Witness, the Honourable Sir Henri Gustave  Jcly de Lotbiniere, K. (!. M. G., Lieutenant-Gov-  enor of Our said Province of British Columbia,  in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this  sixteenth day of Juue, in the vear of Our Lord  oue thousand nine hundred nnd three, and in the  third year of Our reign.   By command.  ; R. F. GREEN,  Provincial Secretary.  Reduced Summer Excursion Rates.  The Denver & Rio Grande, popularly known as the "Scenic Line, of  the World," has announced greatly reduced round-trip rates from Pacific  Coast points for the benefit of teachers  who will spend their vacation in the  east, anddelegatesioall the prominent  conventions���N. E, A., at Boston; A.  O. U. W., at St. Paul; li. P. O. E.,  at Baltimore; Woodmen of America,  at Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;  Mystic Shriner, at Saratoga Springs;  K. of P. at Louisville, and T. P. A.,  at Indianapoils.  Tickets at the reduced rates will be  based. upon one fare for the round  trip, but will be sold only on certain  days. These tickets will carry stopover privileges on the going trip, giving  passengers an opportunity to visit Salt  Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Colorado Springs and Denver; and will be  good to return any time within ninety  days. Passengers going via the Denver & Rio Grande are given the privilege of returning via a different route.  For a rate to the point you wish to  go, arid for dates of sale and other  particulars, as well as for illustrated  pamphlets,, write  W. C. McURIDE, Gen. Agt.,  124 Third St., Portland.Or.  Snowline  and union Pacific  ONLY LINK  EAST   VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Knropiand other  foreign countries.  Leaves  Dally  Spokane Time Schedule.  KlTeclivc Dec. 2J lyoi  Arrive-  Daily  745 a. in. HAST MAIL���Td and from  Coeur d'Alene district, l;tmu-  itiKtou Garfield ' olfax, Pullman, *Musco\v, *Pomeroy,  Wnitsbuiji, Pavton, \V alia  Walla, Per dleton. Maker City  and all points Kast 6.25 p. ru.  .1:15 p. lu. KXPKKSS ���Kor Karmington  Garfield, Colfax,   Pullman,  -Moscow.l.ewiston, Portland  San Kraucisco,  Haker City  and all points KAST.  KXPRKSS ��� From all points  Hast, Haker City, San Vran-  cisco, Portland, Colfax, Oar-  field aud Fanuington 9.30a. m.  ���Kxcept Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Ronte.  Steamers sail from Ainsworth dock.  Portland,  at S p. in. aud from S]>ear Street wharf, SauKran-  cisco, al ro a. 111. every five days.  Tickets on sale at all S. F. it N. Stations.  For further information  ns to rates, trine of  trains, equipment, etc., address  GKO. J. MOHI.KK, General Agent,  430 Riverside Ave.. Spokane. Wash  Cotton rags wanted at the Pioneer  office. Highest price paid. liring  'em along and get your money.  All the news ofthe Kootenay and  Yale in the Nelson Daily News. At  your newsdealer's on day of publication  Can you make a better present to  your eastern friends than a subscription  to the Phoenix Pioneer for a yeai '{���  ���kifim  wm  lMm  ���pi  mm  ill!  ���':������>������   ���--���"  si I  -.-���-������?���>  nj-Lv  J ^ .1-7'  wiMauHSBja&aJiMua  LffljmaffiBffiMmaBBiiamaB '!  ��fe;  m  m  ^^WW^ir  the ph6e&ix PICKER  1 [brief news notes nii  1 M��|^u^^��ll"W"��� ���s���MM���    -'&  Di. vlathison, Dentist.  Di. Mathison has gone to Vancouver for a tlp-ee weeks' vaeatioli.  The Phoenix General Hospital is  pretty well filled this week, having  eleven patients.  A wagon road has been established  from Fife station o the old Christina  lake wagon ir iH  The frater uil o der of Ea^lc established an aerie i. nI a cek at Revelstoke  with about 50 members.  Carleton Holman, foreman of the  Mother Ix)de mine, Deadwood camp,  was in the city last Sunday.  Rendell & Co., of Eholt and Greenwood, have opened a store at 1 )enoro  City, with Ji. Hunting in cluige.  James Marshall started for Victoria  yesterday, to attend the provincial  meeting of the Fraternal Order of  Eagles,  The lumber having arrived, Contractor Munro has begun work on the  six-room house for George Hueston on  Second street.  Monday's mail train was several  hours late,  due  to the blocking  of  Dr. Simmons, dentist, postoffice blk.  No meeting of the city council was  held this week, on account of lack of  a. quorum.  Isaac Crawford is spending a few-  days at the hospital on account of an  attack of quinsy.  For the' Eagles picnic, to be held  Sunday at Curlew lake, a special train  will leave hero for Grand Forks tomorrow at an early hour.  Wednesday's Storm A Bad One.  Probably the worst stoun for many  years visited the lloundary last \\'od��  ncsday afternoon, following the hot  wave. Hut little damage was done in  Phoenix, hut in the \icinity of Greenwood it was (lifli-iciii. llesidcs blowing  over the 90 loot steel smokestack of  the Mother Lode Mueller, it did some  $600 woith of diinagu by breaking  plate glass windows in the Russell-  L'tw-Cuulfield Co.'s store. In every  direction many trees were uprooted,  and the telegraph and telephone lines  suffered considerably,  Cotton rags wanted at the Pioneer  office. Highest price paid. Bring  *���m along and get your money.  Dining Room To Rent.  Dining room and 17 bedrooms in  the Central 'Hotel can be leased oh  favorable terms.    Apply to '  ';, Frank Anderson,  Phoenix, B. C.  Low Rates to Los Angeles.  The 0. R.&N. will sell tickets May  loth, llili'. 15th and Kith from Spokan.'  to \a>& AngeleH, Cnl. and return via  riteiiniur from' Portland at rate of ,40,00,  and on May llllli, 14th and 15th via the  all rail route-.f4'i-20, or .via drainer from  Portland to San Francisco, mil to Ixrs  Angeles and rail returning, HO 20. Meals,  and bertliv on Steamers included. Final  liinit.Inly 15th. 11)03. Stopovers allowed  iu Californiain either direction; Berth  reservations'should be made in advance.  Tor- full particulars call oh or address,  Geo. .1 Moiii.kk, (ieneral Agent,  ,,!0 Riverside avenue, Spokane.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy,  British Journalist Corning,  nour.sru.ic,  uu^ ��,  .���   ..        ��� Further information  has been re  traffic by the nettling off of an immense ceivetj n^ni.,^ t|,e v;Bjt lo Canada of  blast near Nelson. representative, of  the  Biitish new.s-  Yoiir druggist, will refund your money  if you are riot calii-lierl nfler iiHimr  CliainlM-rlflinV Colic. ( lioli-ra-'and Dlnr-  rlioeii Kcmedy. It. is evervwlieru ad  inilted to be lire most Kiict-esriful remedy  in use for bowel complaints anrl the  only one that never fulls. It is pleasnat,  safe and reliatjlf..,  [Church Services  Tomorrow.  1  Church of England Services���Holy  Communion each Sunday at 8 a. in.,  Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.;  first' Sunday in each'month Holy  Communion also at midday. All seats  fiee.v  15 P. Flevvelling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at it a. ni. ai.d  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. 111. Midweek meeting  Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Rev. V."M.  Purdy, B. A., pastor,    !  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. in. at 1 lardy-McKenzie hall, ihe  Mrs. Applequist, sister of Mrs. W.  L. Ross, who has been visiting here  for a couple of weeks returned to  Spokane Wednesday.  An immense crowd greeted the  Petitts at Miners' Union hall Tuesday  evening, the subject being "How,  When and Where to Love,"  Since the four furnaces have been  in operation at the Granby smelter, an  extra, engine has been required for  smelter switching purposes by the C.  P. R.  ��� J. W. Winklereid, an employee of  the Snowshoe mine, who had a thumb  crushed by falling ore a few days ago,  has had to have a part of the thumb  amputated.  W. J. Snodgrass, who formerly  owned the stage line that ran from  Grand Forks to Penticton, was nominated last week by the Liberals in the  Similkameen district.  Seventy-five aliens were made good  British subjects at the county court in  Greenwood this week, presided over  by Judge Leamy. About twenty of  these were from Phoenix.  - 'Mrs. J. T. Williams arrived in the  ^city Monday, Mr. Williams, being em-  ���" ployed by the Hunter-Kehdrick Co.  They are keeping house in the Munroe  cottage'on Brooklyn avenue.'  The coroner's jury, at the inquest  over the remains of John Sucksmith,  recently found .at Cascade, and who  was drowned over a year ago, gave a  verdict of "accidental drowning."  Twenty-eight pound rails are being laid  in place of the eighteen pound iron  heretofore in use in the Granby mines.  About three carloads have arrived so  far, with three more to come.  Dr. A.'O. McRae, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Greenwood, who re-  recently resigned, is taking up college  work at Calgary.    He will preach his  , farewell sermon" tomorrow.  .   ' Some fittings for the new  electric  ' pump - for the Phoenix Electric Light  Co., Ltd., arrived this week" from the  makers at Syracuse, New York, but the  'pump itself has failed as yet to put in  its appearance.  E. W. Monk, formerly of Phoenix,  is now located at Nelson, being the  general agent of the Hamilton Powder  Co., George C. Tunstall having been  appointed agent in South Australia for  a firm of Scottish fuse makers. '  John A. Manley, and Alex Miller,  of Grand Forks, were in the city Tuesday., for the first time in a year, taking  a look at the mines. Mr. Manley did  not have much to say about his new  ' smelter project, recently announced.  Last Saturday evening at the Catholic church, Grand Forks, Miss Catharine Deegan, of Phoenix, was united  in marriage to Michael Craney, an  employee of the Lone Pine mine at  Republic, and formerly of this camp.  Dougald Mclnncs, formerly alderman  here, was in the city Thursday from  his ranch. He is developing the  Summit and Hopeful claims in Summit  camp, where he says he has a good  showing of ore. They are located  close to the Oro Denoro.  Tuesday afternoon the combined  Methodist and Presbyterian Sunday  schools .of the city held a picnic at the  New York townsite park, some seventy-  five attending. The boys, had a base  ball game and other sports, and a general good time was enjoyed by the  little ones,  Tuesday evening's meeting of citizens to consider the celebration of  Labor Day did not materialize on account of counter attractions. Many  ofthe business men, however, stiongly  favor the idea, and a meeting was  ,'called last ntght, as the Pioneer was  going to press, at Hardy hall, to make  preliminary arrangements.  i    Parties Will Number 92.  Word has been received from Montreal that the two English parties, to  visit Phoenix September 14 and 15,  after taking in the fifth Congress of  the Chambers of Commerce of the  'Empire at Montreal, which begins  August 17th, will together number 92  persons���62 delegates, 24 ladies and  .six others. After seeing the Granby  smelter they will arrive here that evening and go through the mines, taking  supper here and proceeding to Greenwood.  papers which was arranged in behalf  of the Feiler.il got eminent by lord  Slrathcona and W. T. R._ Preston.  The journalists were expected to reach  Montreal yesterday and make a tour  from Montreal to the Pacific coast.  They will gi\e their attention to industrial and economic problems as well as  to the general conditions of the country.  The  papei.s  repiescnted  include the  Tho "iforin eucce.s of this remedy' p.,su,rp^iuihilig ai both" services. Sm  IniH made It thu most popular prepani-   ',     __,',     ,   .   b " . ,  tion  in n>u for bowel i-orrrplainta.   It is ' ^ School at 2.30 p. in.     A hearty in-  cveiy where, recognitsell im ihe one rein-1 vitation    is   extended to all.    Thos.  i'dy "lliut can alwa-ya be depended upon  Green". B. A:, pastor  ami   1 lint   in plcaemit to take,   It   Is1  e-petially   valuable  for   tuiiiniei- diarrhoea in children unit in undoubtedly tho  means of .saving  Hie lives of 11   great  niiiiiy children each year.   For sale by  all diuggitls.  Hospital Donations.  Lii-t of Donations received since Jan.  lflt,l!IOiJ, to the Phoenix General Hospital :   "'.  One Uoxcn Shirts MrslCrlOlu  Carpet, bfciluivriilnnkcts lor private ward, chick-  eiiK mill 'provisions....' ��� Mrs. Mncy  A quantity of Jnni...MrK. iMiithmon, Greenwood  Hookh nml PreHerves  MrB. Rees  Morning J'f.st; the Standard, the  Daily Express, the Morning Leader  and the Sphere of London, the Western Morning News, Plymouth, the  Newcastle Daily Chronicle, the  Belfast Evening Telegraph, the Birmingham Daily Post (Mr. Chamberlain's organ), the Western Daily Press,  Bristol, and the Aberdeen Free Press.  Latest Prices of Metals.  New York ��� Copper, electrolytic  and lake, $13.37^13 62%.  Bar silver, 55.  Lead, $4.25@$4.5o  .... MrB. Rees  ....Mm  hoyle   Mr. Asliey   A Friend   .A Vrieml  A. 1'. McKeriJie  A ciuuiitltv of Preserves.....  A One of Whisky   ' nsh, Is..'....;':.',.',....;...'..,:.....,  Cmh.fsq.,,,.;,:..!'. j:   llt'lilliifr,..,,.;; ,.,:���;. ,Wm   yolen \V|i|lani8  Unrris'er l'eca.......... w. II Cochrmio  Much ne<dcil Swing Splint Mr.Uclriliiiy  Hooks nnd Krkx.. .........MrH. Willcox  Two Oozen l'lllow Slips nnd One D07.cn Towels  Mr. Muey  Ciish, $20....', .' : ,.A I'lieiid  .limits Mrs. Willcox  Papers nnd Mnguzines McKne Ilros & Smith  Might suiull Ward Tables and Wicker Uasy Clnur  A I'ricnd  Piovisioni .,������, Mrs. Mncy  Clothing ,     , ,.,,l'i it nds  Subscriptions for seven Mngnrlnet, A. I,. While,  New York City  liafter Turkey. W S Mncy  Cnsh,$<jO Hasten) Townships ilauk.Sherbiooke  Cash, $150 00 Lord Stratlicona  C.ish $5 A Kriend  Tweiily-fivedollur (8-dny),Clock.......Geo. K Uey  A quantity/of I��rovnious..........:.....���..W. S; Macy  A quantity of Mnrmalaile............W. I,. Gernniiiie  l'jt l'lantfi.........I) Mcl'herson nud C. Henderson  I'.gSS ..:; ;...A Vriend  Casji |roo Mr   aud Mrs. S II. C. Miner  35 h. p lioife'r far Stenni Heating Granby Co.  r��o Cords of Wno<l���.1 ���", >,in-r,...'....A |iiic*nd  Sawing Three Cords of Wood ���������..������ A I'ricnd  Strawberries,; .........................Marallnll (t Hliea  For Sale.  Choice l(i."iilinii near Curlew, tm tin  American side. 80jiires:fenceil, 35 tuner  in rials'; which v.'ilf])iiy half of pnreimst  price w'heii cut. Ti-aui, wagon, hnniesv  uood log hoiVe iiiid'linni.  Kvervlhii'g in fji'.rps' so "that you cu-  call ii I10.M K���aiirl nt a real barg in.  Knirpririiciilais nf this snap can b��  hail by upplvlirt! lo  K.'II.MOUTIMKH,  Pboenix, B. 0.  Let He Show Tou  Some of the clioice Wa'tclies which  ' I now have irr sloek. It is well  worth your while to examine them,  whether you wifb lo get one now or  in the future.- We have good timekeepers���Kljjin iinike���lliut we can  Hell yon an low as f,8. Not much in  it. foi ns, but that's your adviininge  Of couife w'1 have (inechrononiileiH  also.   Drop in and Bee them.  O. E. DEY,  The Jeweler, Knob..Hill Ave.  Official   C.l'.R. Time  Inspector.  Grand  forks,   phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE  J.I'. KOVKK,    .:       :  LINE.  :       Proprietor,  lleKiuuiutf Tunc. 1st, leave (licctiHocd lit fin,111.  nud I'hoenix at 7 30a.in j arrive al (irnull PoikH  10:30a 111.,leave (irniid I'ui'ks jms I'. ui,,ntrlvl"g  ni I'lioruix 7 p. in., unit Cieeuwoid ill 8, p. ill.  oiiiieclK lrtJtll wnyi, with Greal Notllu-ru Iritlus.  Hiire���(iiiind Korku to I'hoenix, $joo; Plioeuix  ro Greenwood, 50c; Oreenwooil to I'hoenix, $1 cu  (iriTWood toUtmid 1'orkx,-}]..; Oflice in (ireeii.  icood, lit' Nnr'hei 11 Teler/rapli oflice. In I'hoe-  nix, McKnc llrps.; M Smith. In (Sraiul Pork",  tit. Norther ofliccs, l'or express rules, inquire  ul elliiet oflice.  W. ZIMMERMAN  ^THE JEWELER^  HAS niCMOVKI) TO  <5>^_Dotninion Ave.  Ailjoininii the Hardy-Mr Kenzie  lllock.  Ile'will be plenscd lo see  All bis old piiiroiiH, anil many  New ones nt Ihe s ,"  NKW  LOCATION'.  "Such a  Headache"  Our Headache Powders will quickly,  geniiv ami safely cure you, no  niiitter how violent tho Headache.  Nothing injurious in.theui. 12,2fic  BOYLE,  The Druggist.  'I'honciS  FIRE Insurance.  AMSO  Life, Accident  and Health;  Real Kstate, Mines and Stocks.  Ilniiw'H, Kooini', Cabins anil Stores  Knr Kent at all price*. Deeds unit  Dociuneiils   ltecoided.   Money to  I.01111. '"  ED. H. MORTIMER,  Gen'l Ajient, P.O. B-x 33. Phoenix, B.C.  :f*^", * :  ��� ���  ���:  PHOENIX, B. c.  For Sale or Rent,  Completely Furnishod,  Centrally Located and a  Good Stand for  The Right Man.'  Apply to ,  MULLIN BROS.,  Phoenix, B. C.  The Phoenix. Water Supply Co., Limllad  TAKK NOTICK that arr ordinary general meet-  iiifjof The i'hoenix Water Supply Co., Limited,  will he held nt the oflice of the company on First  street; iu the City of I'hoenix; B. C , on Satuidny,  July 25. ri.03, at the hour of 3:30 in ihe afternoon.  Dated at I'hoenix, U; C:, the 10th day of July,  J. I,. MARTrx,  Secretary  ! City .  I Transfer, j  li;litiiiNI)rap..  Dry M tm sale.  : W. H. DOCHSTEADER, j  Tackle  ��� 'It is getting lime to tackle  tlie finny tribe, before you'  start out be. sure you call at  our store and examine our  comi)lete line of these goods.  We have Wishing Rods, of  all kinds ; lines that will  hold the biggest of fish; sin k-  eis, hooks and everything  needed by the disciples of  the t-imous Isaac vValton,  Our prices a.re right,   as  well as  the goods, and  we  .',������ invitervou to call   when you  get the fishing fever.  MitltUllH  K.V011 llll.'l. AVK.,"' I'llOKSIX, I! (\  IM, 41 b and 5ib lloois ,  S|iol<er<itiiili|.l{evieiV',: ',.  llnildinif,  ���  SPOKANE.  Tin'���fluffI   frtluily  liolel in  the city.  With orwilbont liiruiil. I'rii-esmoderate.  SUTHERLAND �� DART,  I'roprletorB; \  WHEN IN NELSON  Stop at "i'liK H6tki...  j 'Ihe New Manager, H'.'TOMK'lVS,  linn made it the Leading lloicl ot die  Kootena)S.  ALBERT CiROULX,  :  Practical Horseshoeing, Blacksmlthing, ���  Dominion Avis.. 1'iioknix, li.C.     ���  ��� ���*��������� t-H 4 ������.���'������.���������������t-f^-iVf*  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   '1'h.opr.Ui  We make good bread,     Try it.  . . ,C. W. OKKKR.   I'KOI'RIKTOK  Residence nud Stables al P.f t <>l  Dominion Ave., I'hoenix, II C.  O. Box 269. ��� 'Phone No  40  Kong's "Chemical    Chalk,   1'erline,  and Rusline foi sale at Boyle's, '  . A pencil mnik InTe   i9.11 reiniinlir iliat voiirt-ilb-  pcripti'in to ibis pup r i��  now past due. anrl tlie pnb-  litdier will appreciatu your  inoinpl attention,        J'  \VK  RTII.L ItlJY  ANVTHI.Vii TH W  c< -M ��� s ai.oni; a r ti 1 k }��a m.  Granby Exchange  II   if  iiuposfllile  lo  tlinn I'lide    tie  l!noil4 we have for crib'   10  We  env   lliut  WE SELL EVERYTHING.  MRS. RYAN,  DRESSMAKER  and UDIES' TAILOR.  ���RKS1DHN' H���     -  Nearly opixji.il>- Telephone Oflic*,  North of Dotuiiii.ii ttve.      _,  Phoenix, B. 0.  tai Rates last!  From PHOENIX to -  St. Paul, Minneapolis,   Duluth Sinux  City, .      c  $60.50.  Why Pay Reot?  When !}25 down and 51) nionthl) payments  ��� will set-ure you a lot in splendid location  with "a well-built O-roomed hoiifce, with  pantries, verandahs, etc., which yon will  own at the last payment. No interest  charged, if payments arc made promptly.  Disconnt given on all payments made in  advance.   If this' interests yon, call ,on  S, Spmervilie,    Dominion Avenue  THOS. BROWN,  Air Compressors    :    Rock Drills  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  !' ' ���  Branch Offices and Warehouses:     . j  ROSSLAND," GREENWOOD  AND  VANCOUVKR,  B.C.  ���DEALER IN���  RETURN:  Chicago and retunj $72.00  Toronto and leiuin   96.80  Montreal, New Yoik & leturii,"i'68ioo  St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,   60.50  Kansas City      6850  Conesponding intes to all Eastern  points. Tickets available via Lake  Route, including meals and berths���  sailing dates August  18,   19, 25,^6.  SPECIAL.  Detioil (Rpwoith League)... .$80.25  Boston, (N. JO. A. convention) 93.00  Baltimoie,(B.B.O.K.     " 90.00  Saratoga, (Mystic Shiine)....    90.00  For selling dates and conditions of  sale for special points, apply to Canadian Pacific agents, or mite  J. G. Clark, E.J.Covi.e,  ���Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, II.'C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Cari-ek, D. P. A.,  Nelson,.B.C.  Men's Wear Exclusively,  Invites every man in Phoenix to give  him a call and examine goods.'....  Ha*dy-McKea*ie BiL,     Dominion Ave.  .^^.PHOENIX, B. C.  MWUMJ^  B  's  ..Dominion Avenuk, PIIOENIX, 15. C.  hO<K>CK>OO-O<><><KH><>O<K><HH>H0<KH>^^  G.W. RUMBERGER'  Real Estate and  Mines.. ���    -d>  Houses To Rent and For Sale in all parts of the city.  G. W. RUMBERGER.  1 tupiwiM No*���'!.' 'PHOENIXj. B. C. _^  CH>0<KK>O-0-CH>CK) <><><>0<><>0<^-6<>^<K><>0  Domttiion. Avenue.  Telephone No. 23  Commodious Sample Rooms -    '.  First-Class Dining Room in connection'������;>.���'  Bar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  J. T. TIPPING, Prop.  Special Round Trip Rales. _  Between |unc<ph and August 26th  tbe Illinois Central will sell round trip  tickets from Oregon and Washington  points to Chicago, Cairo, Memphis  and New Oi leans at greatly reduced  rates.  Tickets good for three months. Going limit ten days. Relurniin; limit  ten days after stinting\iest. Stopovei  privileges either wav, west of the Missouri river.  Sale dates are arranged to be convenient lor delegates to convention^ of  National Educational Association, at  Boston; Elk1!, at Baltimore; Woodmen,  at Indianapolis; Eagles, at New York;  Shriners.at Saialoga; Knights of Pythias  al Louisville and Commercial Travel-  eis at Indianapolis.  You can take your choice of sixteen  different routes. Write us. We will  cheerfully give you any detailed infoi-  matiou you want,  B. H. Tkumkuu.,  142 Third St.,  Poitland, Ore.  When.,  read tlie  ��.u PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Journal,  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on Boundary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $2 bill for year's trial  to   Pioneer Pub: Co., Phoksix, B. C  Some of o<*r BARGAINS that yoo will  need for hot weather. ""  HAS OPENED A  Carriage and Wagon Shop  IN CONNECTION WITH THK BLACKSMITH  S1I0IV  Contracting and Building,  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Pull Line of Hard Woods.  .Shop on Dominion Avenue.  I Every Article in  LADIES' STRAW SAILORS........  .   "       SILlv GLOVES......../..  '.:���...'  " :     PARASOLS..,.   ......   ..  FANCY COTTON HOSE .  '"���''���������".' BLACK COTTON HOSE  ' " SLIPPERS:...' ...;.. .'. .;  . . ������ .���." ."���'. OXFORD TIES ...:..', .'.���  ME;N'S BLACK and COLORED HATS, 1 00  J. B. STETSON, BLACK and COLORE!) 4 00  MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,  BELOW COST  75  20  40  25  1 '5  2 00  MEN'S WASH TIES...     . .,  "      SILK TIES.......   ",     LINEN COLLARS.....;.  "      WHITE SHIRTS. ...... .  "      BLACK  SHIRTS........  't      FANCY SHIRTS ......''.\  "      COTTON SOCKS. ,'..".!...  THE PRESIDENT BRACE...:.;.:  MEN'S FINE SHOES......'.-. .'..  ��      LACEI) CANVAS SHOES  . 3 for  3 for  5��  25  5��  90  IS  00  20  Slob  5��  m  G. A. SLATER SHOES .'!.'..    . ..3 ao  Store REDUCED in Price  Domiuiou Avemie,  Phoenix, B. C.  ���aiiz^i^^

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