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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 4, 1904

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 a  iWj?  i" '&  r ..if  t-��� ,3  ���.v  \s  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 684,000 Tons of  Ore in 1903.   ,*   <&  JUN7  ^TORlA,?>s  AND   BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District. , .. ..._.,  Phoenix is tne Cehfe^j,  and Leading Mining, r":  Camp of Bdundary*     '!  '.  Vol. V.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1904.  No. 30,  Vour  PrUJtS and  Vegetables  LIFTED LID  PARTLY OFF  Municipal Troubles Aired  Court.  in  BEFORE COMMISSIONER H. A. MacLEAN  Boondary Mining Notes  Mwiof TtillBonx Olvei Agaiatt Chief of  Police Flood���Police Mejlstrale WIHUats  Wm AIm Under Fire���No Decislea Vet.  ���   ���   ���  For the reaeon���that as soon as they arrive in  the Spokane market, we get them. We m.ike special  efibits lo obtain Kiui's and Vegetables���not for a  few weeks in the fiuii season���hut ail ihe year round  for ill: accommodation of our customers.  'I'h is season will see us canying a  larger 'and a'  better slock of Fiuiis than we did last season.    This  is saying a good deal���both for quantity, quality and  assortment.    We now have  Fresh Strawberries 30c a box  Large  Hannuas -        ��  Extia Large Navel Oranges  Choice Green Apples  California Dry Onions     ' -  California New Cabbage  Lettuce, Spinach, Rhubarb, eic.  You save money by dealing here,  6oc  a doz.  50c  a doz.  $2.00  a box.  3 lb. for 25c.  6c a lb.  This, week the lid was lifted partly  off in Phoenix, and the actions of those  that' have to do with the under world I at the Granby smelter gave way, but it  A tunnel is being driven from one  of .the glory holes at the Oro Denoro. -     ��� -  Work has been discontinued at the  Rathmullen, Summit camp, and John  Scraflbrd has gone to Republic.  Kane, Gibson, Wright and Trainner,  who are working p'rrthe Mavis, which  they have under bond, feel much encouraged with . the showing made so  far.     '__  The new converter for the Mother  Lode smelter, is rapidly being placed  in shape for use,, after which the matte  will not be sent to Tacoma, as at present. _ ,.*  . Yesterday a portion of the big flume  ARE CLEARING  RIGHT OF WAY  WINNIPEG MINE  SOLD JUNE 28th.  On  the  Great Northern  Phoenix.  to  5M  MOIE MtN  FOR THIS   CAMP  Burnt lid Jordan  QettlDf  Down to Work  Rlfbl la The City���They   Have Three  '   Cifflpi.  1  ���$$��se$$$$*8$$����*&$$s>#$$$$$  House  Cleanin  Made  By'a visit  to our   HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.  We have all the requisites for the Spring "Clean-up,"  PAINTS of all colors in handy sized packages.  KALSOMINE- in pretty shades���5c packages.  .  'WHITING, PAINT BRUSHES,  PASTE BRUSHES and WIHTINJ BRUSHES..  Caiiancl get a color card for paints and kalsomine.  Grocery  Another shipment of Fearnian's Hams and Bacon.  Fresh Ontario Butter in 1. lb., 15 ,,b-> 3�� lb-i and  56 lb. packages; and don't forget  "Anchor Brand Hour"  were laid bare to a nauseous degree.  It all came out before Hugh Archibald  MacLean, deputy attorney-general, who  was appointed by the government to  inquire into the administration of  justice in Phoenix from the date of the  incorporation ofthe city to the present  It is the direct outcome of the troubles  betweenfiveformer aldermen and Chief  of Police Flood and Police Magistrate  W.R. Williams, which in turn grew out  of the criminal case of Alice Chase vs.  Flood, the particulars of which are already well known.  The commission began its sessions  Tuesday morning, R. B. Kerr appearing for the aldermen, and the next  day \V. R. Williams being represented  by Lawyer McLeod. The first day was  given over to the examination of ex-  Alderman W. J. Porter, who told in  detail of the trouble, what had been  done at the Flood trial, an.d what  followed it in the city council meetings  up to the time that the aldermen resigned, and to make it secure, met to  accept their own resignations. J. B.  Boyle, ex-alderman, also testified much  to the same effect, and \Vm. Uelahay  and L.Y.Birnie, also former aldermen,  practically coiroborated what had been  said by previous witnesses.  Nettie Hampden, one of the women  who was a witness in the Flood case,  was called, and told clearly what had  happened on the 10th of March, the  night#in question.  A.sensation was sprung when the  city clerk, D.J. Matheson, on oath testified that chief of Police Flood had  said to him one month, when he wished to get his salary cheque a little  earlier than usual, that he was. a partner in two roulette wheels, and needed the money to use in that way.  Later on Flood told him that he had  sold his1 interest.  Annie Johnson and Alice Chase,  how living at Moyie, had been sent for,  and arrived Thursday afternoon, and  were put on the stand.  Alice Chase, when placed on the  stand, gave some sensational testimony  and repeated the testimony given at  the time of the Chase vs. Flood trial.  Then Annie Johnson testified at  length along the same lines, and further alleging the robbery of Robert Barr  of $ 100 in her house by Flood. Barr  testified to being robbed, but did not  know who did \\, Alexander Mc Don  aid, fpmier ajderman, testified to being  cajled, twice Que night to the Johnson  house,  Yesterday Mr. McLeod on behalf  of the chief and the commissioners  called a number of witnesses, and the  ground was all threshed over once  more in the testimony. Frank Golden  a bartender, and Lina Noakes. were  called, and their testimony tended  either to discredit-that of Anie Johnson or to strengthen the case for  Flood. Flood was. called'in his own  behalf, and was on the stand for hours,  denying the story of stealing from Barr  and a number of other things. Following Flood came Mayor Rumberger, after which Police Judge Williams, James  Punch and James Marshall, the lattej-  as members of the b'paVd,' flf license  commissioners; wi|I be placed on the  jtand;  .-. It is hoped that the case can be  finished in time for Mr. McLean to  leave for Victoria On today's train,  though of course no decision will be  given till he arrives there.  Married at Vascouver  Miss Katharine Fraser and Dr. R.  B. Boucher were married at 11 o'clock  Wednesday, at the home o,f *:he bride  in Vancouver, th�� wec$in,g fein.g a  Q1"?* aff#" The Pn'dfll couple is  expected to, ftrriye in Phoenix some  time,next week, when they will start  housekeeping in the comfortable home  just built by the doctor on the corner  of Flcst street and Victoria avenue.  Both bride and groom have a host of  friends here and elsewhere, whose  pleasure it is to wishthern many years of  happiness.  is not expected ��� that operations there  will be interrupted more than a day or  two. '' *,  So far the Brey Fogle, under bond  to the Granby Go.', in Summit camp,  has shipped three cars of ore to the  Granby smelter.*.", ^t, is valuable, chiefly as a flux.      * '/'-  Fritz Mazier, who owns half interest  in the Gem, a/high grade property in  Long Lake campV has found twenty  inches of gold bearing quartz, and will  develop the'property.  'The new owners of the Nellie Cotton group in this camp were expecting  to start development work on the first  of June, but have been delayed somewhat   in the carrying out   of  their  .plans. /  ;> ,���  last Wednesday,, June ist, the Providence Mining Go. paid a .dividend  of ten cents per sf.tfe, or about $3,690  making about $8,600 distributed in  dividends thus far, with the probability  of their coming, regularly hereafter. /  G. A. McLeod,". of Grand Forks,  proposes to, increase the force on the  McKinley, Franklin-camp, having interested some additional..capital in the  property. Reports are to the effect  that the development so far is most  encouraging.  Hall and Fuller, who have been de  veloping the Bay claim, near the E. P.  U., for several months, a few days  since made a trial shipment of twenty  sacks of ore to the Trail smelter. The  gold can be seen sticking out of the  ore, and should-average over $100 per  ton.  . A diamond drill was set to work in  the Bruce claim this week. Knight &  Stone, who did considerable of this  work for the Granby Co. three years  ago, have the contract from Messers  Keffer and McAllister, who have the  boud on the Bruce, which is located  near Midway.  It is said that the Granby smelter  will close down on the ist of July for  several days in order to allow of general repairs in all departments of the  plant. A new roof will bill be put in  over several of the furnaces, and an innovation in the shape of new feed  tables will be installed.  It is, the plan when the Great Northern is ready to haul ore from this  camp, to tap the Granby mines at the  No. 4 tunnel, now being widened and  finished for this purpose. A tramway  will likely connect the No. 3 tunnel  with the No. 4. ore bins, to be erected  on the fiat somewhere near the centre  of the city.  R. P. Williams, of the Canadian  Rand Drill Co.,.who was in the city  this week, states that he recently sold  a 30 drill air compressor to the C. P.  R. who are developing some coal  measures near Banff, Alberta, and that  the stamps fpr the 4P stamp mill sold  to the Yale Mining Co., better knownps  the Nickle Plate mine, b��gan dropping a few days ago.  It is given out in Spokane that the  reorganized company will begin work  on the List Chance, about two miles  below Phoenix, sometime early in  August. The corporation is known as  the Spokane Boundary Mining Co.,  and assessments are bjsjyig. collected  now at the ra,{e of a, cent per share per  month, to accumulate a working fund.  Rich oro has been taken out in the  past from the Last Chance, and the  property has a pretty good equipment  of machinery.  This week Bums & Jordan, who have  the contract for" the Great Northern  for six miles or more in and" around  Phoenix began the work of clearing  the right of way, preparatory to the  actual grading operations. ' This clear,  ing is let to a man named Brandt, who  has a force of some 40 or 5c men  employed as a starter.  Burns & Jordan will have three and  perhaps four camps.    No. 1 camp will  be headquarters, in the old Log Cabin  ���hotel, -on lower Dominion   Avenue.  "No.   2  will   be ,over on   Providence  creek, and No. 3 will be farther along  the right ot  way.    These camps are  now being established, and a fourth  will be also, if the further end of their  work is not sub-let,'as is more than  likely.   In order to reach  the No.  2  and No. 3 camps readily withsupplies,  Burns & Jordan are building a wagon  road about a  mile and   a half long,  starting from a point in the lower end  of the city.    It is quite probable that,  as is customary, considerable  of their  work will be let out to small contractors  in stations.    Mr. Jordan is now on  the ground and his partner, Mr.Burns,  is expected to arrive shortly.  On the Rlfht of Way.  About 50 car loads of material, etc.,  for use on the line  have  so  far been,  brought   into   the   Boundary  by the  Great Northern.  In the lower part of the city there  will be nearly a mile of trestling, some  of it pretty high.  Burns & Jordan expect to have  something like 500 inen at work when  their contract is in full swing.  Chief Engineer Kennedy was in  camp again last Tuesday and Wednesday. R. H. McCoy is now established  in the former Riordan residence.  Dirt has commenced to fly on the  Grand Forks end, and also on the  Midway-Curlew portion of the road.  Right of way clearing has been  started at Summit camp, near the Oro  Denoro.  Another piece of the line has been  let to a contractor named Chew, running south from Summit camp.  Clearing right of way was also started on the south side of the town this  week.  Judge   Leamy   Finally Issues  ,   Order for Sheriff..  Last Saturday Judge Andrew Leamy  signed an order by which the property  of the Winnipeg Mines, Ltd., comprising the Winnipeg mineral claim, machinery, etc., will be sold at auction at  the court house, Greenwood, on Tuesday, June 28th, at n a.  m.,  the sale  to be made by James S. Birnie, deputy  sheriff.    An upset price of $4,500 has  been fixed by the court, which will pay  all costs, and also pay the labor and  other leiris against the property, which  were filed   when   the   property ��� was  closed last fall.   The order of sale was  obtained by R. B. Kerr last Saturday,  who went to Grand Forks for that purpose, he representing 28  lein claimants.  The Winnipeg has had a more or  less checkered career in the last six or  seven years, and at one time was  thought to be one of the best mines in  the Boundary. It remains to be seen  whether the new owner will be able to  'make it more of a success than the  late management did. Thereare many  who still think it is an excellent property.  FIRST MO^BY  HAS BEEN PAID  In Big Boundary Amalgamation*  ;������  SO STATES F.I.0UVEI IN SPOKANE  Claims Ike Mercer ii 1 Snccets, an  Mlnei Will Smh he In Otentioi-  Dculls.  I that  Other  MOREEN CLAIM  HAS BEEN SOLD  Minneapolis Capital in Dead-  wood Camp.  H. H. Shallenbergerhas sold a control in his Moreen property, in Dead-  woop camp, adjoining the Buckhorn  mine, to Minneapolis capitalists. Development work on the Moreen has  been confined to open cuts and shallow  shafts, but the work done has proved  the existence of large body of copper-  gold ore. The Buckhorn, which ad  joins the Moreen on the north, has the  highest grade copper ore in Deadwood  camp, it is claimed, the ore body being continuous through the Moreen  claim.  The purchasers are all well-known  business men of Minneapolis, and are  said to have had a wide and successful  mining experience. A company has  been organized, to be known as the  Atliance Gold and Copper Mining Co.  The officers are: President, Wm. E.  Ellis; seeretary, I. M. Parsons; treasurer and general counsel, H. M. Far-  nam. H. H. Shallenberger will be the  manager," and will start operations at  the mine shortly. Mr. Shallenberger  has had, a wide mining experience,  having been identified wi*h the Boundary for years, and expects to place  the Moreen on a shipping basis in the  near future.  SNOWSHOE MEETING  IN LONDON, ENG.  Another  Amalgamation  Been Broached.  Has  Revj Elihu Manuel is the new  Methodist pastor of the Grand. Forks  church appointed at conference. Rev.  J. D. P. Knox was returned to the  Greenwood charge.  At the meeting of   the   Snowshoe  Gold and Coppei Mines, Ltd.,  which  was held on Thursday,   an interesting  description was given of the  negotia  tions with   the   American   company,  with a view to  amalgamation���negotiations which were  finally  broken  off,  owing to the fact after everything had  been practically settled and the signatures ofthe directors-on both sides had  been affixed to the draft agreement, a  number   of   unreasonable    proposals  were received by cable from New York,  says the London, Eng., B. C.   Review  of May 2,i st.    As the board have convinced themselves that   to obtain the  full value frorft their   ore   they  must]  either- own their own smelter or] amalgamate on  satisfactory   terms  with a  company owning a smelter, they have,  in our opinion,   wisely   determined to  to keep the mine closed until their  future  course  of action  is   decided.  Already they have been approached by  other parties with a view to amalgamation, and in any event Snowshoe ore��  are so valuable   for  mixture  with the  ores of ether mines in British  Columbia, owing to  their self-fluxing  qualities, that it cannot he long before they  are enabled, to find a satisfactory solution to the present position.    Had the  money market been more satisfactory,  the board would possibly ere this have  arranged for the erection of their own  smelter.  Rev. Green's Successor.  Rev. Thos. Green will leave Phoenix next Wednesday for Chillawack  where he will supply for a few weeks  before returning to Toronto to continue  kis college course. His successor  here will be D. M. Perley, B. A.,~ of  Harrowsinith, Ont., a graduate in  honor philosophy from Toronto University. Mr. Perley is expected to arrive here shortly to take up his work  in the Methodist church.  Next Tuesday evening a farewell  and social will be given Mr. Green by  his congregation and friends in the  Methodist church, Graves-Williams  building. Mr. Green has made many  friends in.Phoenix, who will wish him  God speed.  "When I left New York last Wednesday, a deal for the purchase of he  mines in the Boundary country by the  Montreal & Boston Mining and Smelting company was practically closed,"  said Fred H. Oliver,, manager of the  Morrison mine, who has just returned  from the east, to the Spokesman-Review  last Wednesday.  "The stock for the Morrison stock:  holders will be issued at once, and I  understand that the first payment on the  Dominion Copper company's properties  was made a week ago last Saturday.'  There is a large amount of stock to  issue, but it is to be attended to at  once.  "The Montreal & Boston Co. which  is controled principally by New York  men, has about 70 per cent of the  Morrison stock. We take all stock in  the new company for our Morrison  Co. stock, giving 30 shares for one.  First Payment Made. '  "The company gets all the Dominio  Copper Co.'s properties, amounting to  six claims, three-fourths of the Emma  group, the other fourth being owned  by the Hall Mining and Smelting Co.  The company already owns the Sunset,  which will make four copper mines  that will all be operating soon. In ad  dition to this the company gets the  Athelstan gold and silver property.  "The one gaile spur to the Morrison  mine will be started at once. The  smelter at Boundary Falls now has  two furnaces. One additional furnace  is on the ground.ready to be installed  and another will be sent from the east  at once. In addition to this a converter plant will be put in this summer."  Latest Prices in Metals. ,  Nkw Youk���Copper, electrolytic, $13.'  ia>rf @ *13.25; hike, .$13.12�� $13.25.  Bar Silver, 55?^  Lead, M.65.  Danced far Sweet Charily.  Monday an impromptu dance was  given by the nurses of the Phoenix  General Hsopital in the main ward of  that institution. The dance was arranged on but a couple of days notice,  but the room was crowded all the  evening, and the large number there  was a testimony to their willingness to  assist a deserving institution when the  opportunity was offered. Dancing was  kept up till about one o'clock, and refreshments were served by the staff,  consisting of Misses Howe, Coppock  and Ferris.  It so happened that there were but  two patients in the hospital at the  time, and they were both getting along  nicely. They were removed to the pri-.'  vate wards for the time being, and-  and another ward was reserved in case  of accident at the mines. It is rarely  that there is so little to do in the hospital, and as the nurses were willing  to give the novel dance, it was taken  hold of with much enthusiasm by the  friends of the hospital, making it s success.    About $So was cleared.  Miss Howe wishes to l hank those  who assisted in furnishing the music  and refreshments.  Qreat Kossland Merger.  A plan is now talked of for the consolidation ofthe LeRoi, Centre Star  and War Eagle mines, making a very-  large and strong corporation. The  above properties are to be examined  shortly by a qualified engineer, and the  merger is likely to depend largely on  his report.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The followiug table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lorigoo, forigoi, forJ!  1902, ior 1903, aud 1904, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Granby Mines, Phoenix  Snowshoe, "  Brooklyn, "  Mother Lode, Deadwood  Sunset,  xooo        1901  64,533 231,762  297     1,731  150  09,034  802  5,340  Summit   19,494  Morrison,  B. C. Mine,  li. Bell,  Emma, "  Senator "  Oro Denoro "  Brey Fogle "  Winnipeg,   Wellington.  Golden Crown,       "  Atlielstan-Jaekpot"  King Solomon, W.Copper  No. 7 Mine, Central   City of Paris,     "  Jewel, Long Lake  Carmi, West Fork       Providence,   Providence        Elkhorn   E. T. U and Goldfinch        Ruby,   Boundary Falls       Miscellaneous ....'      3,230  47,405  650  1902  309,858  20,800  14L326  7,455  160  14,811  560  8,530  1903  393,718  71,212  138,079  16,731  3,339  19,305  22,037  363  15,537  1904  241,846  Past  Week  10,200  78,034     4,864  1,076  1,040  2.250  1,200  550  875  665  2,000  160  350  80  3,456  785  625  482  890  219  325  12,555  1,756  12,459  99  2,968  1,010  993  400  167  t9,730 390,000  6^,387  230,828  507.545  684,426  312,340 401,921  396  265  204  ��� 'Cut  1.  %:  9.  it  f  i  l  /if--*  I,  "WTV������vm  ^"i"^?-  r-~vTT>/:^---y7:-r---r" ^^^  TTo^Tr  i.i .>,,*!    'Ja;.  lttMmam��*iiB"ffl��mM��m^ ��iSB5*of��t"'  -*  ,..ii-;*��  1   'HI  >fljf  r-'fPF'W  ttSs  Pi'  ���Mm  Mm >  THB PHOENIX PIONEER  nm^ onset, 6^ea^u, 4t&tve4 &7t>eC> McAerfwivces  Air Compressors    ;     Rock Drills!  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  %  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND \  VANCOUVER, B.C. '  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACC DENT.  Coiniul8��|ouer for taking Aftias��jti  Phoenix, jj. v.  \% ' j  The Phoenix Pioneer me'mother; y��" were a kind mother;  you were a good mother, and smoothed  And Boundary MlnlnJ Journal.  IS30BO OK tATOKOA VtltTII  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATFBOBKIX.B.C.  away many a rugged path for me."!  Those ears cannot hear that glad  admission. Those eyes cannot seethe  light of earnestness in yours. Those  hands may not return the embrace you  now wish to give.  Why call so late? Pass on the  praise today. ���  SUPT. BUSTEED PROMOTED.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaom.  G  'TeltphontB IJuilaeMofflceNo. 14.  I M��niKef ��� residence, No. i j  ���UMCurnoxi iir advakcr.  ����r *���������� fj.oo  Six Months , ,s  ''rouarenotanubacrlber to thi* paper, thin  ��� U a.n Invitation to vou to become ouc.-  Reports from the coast are now to  I the effect that construction work on  the Grand Trunk Pacific will start  from both ends simultaneously. If  these reports prove to be correct, it is a  good thing.  Made  Assistant   to   Chief   Erglpeer  Tyc���  Reslde at  Winnipeg. ��  F. F. Busteed, until recently the  superintendent ofthe Kootenay-Boundary division of the C. P. R., was a  pupil of McGill College, Montreal,  where he took the science course. After leaving there he was employed on  government surveys for the Canadian  Pacific Railway in 1879-S0. In 1881  he was assistant engineer for the same  company, and remained with it in that  capacity and as divisional engineer on  construction until the summer of 1889.  i  ^    Adrertlaing ratea (urnubed on Application.  let Al notlcci 10 aud j ccnU per line.  Fonr weekly insertion! conitllute one month'!  advertlaln*.  The Poplar Nugget chronicles the  fact that it recently had a call from a  real live bank manager. That's nothjng-  as almost any newspaper man in  Southern British Columbia could' tell  stories of calls from such gentlemen���  when accounts were kept in red ink."  1904  JUNE.  1904  Suit. Men. Tnm. Wtd.  TkM. Frl.   Sit.  It is a notable fact that  the Japanese did not   say   much   beforehand'  about what they were intending to *do  I to the crafty Muscovite in the present  bloody  struggle.     Nevertheless , thjj  minions of the mikado kave kept rjght  ondoing things from  the   start, until  the czar is wondering what, kind pf a"  hornet's hest he has stirred  up, any  way. f  When the government grants the  long expected licenses to prospect for  coal and oil in East Kootenay, there  will be no end of litigation, it would  appear. The same ground has been  staked over and over againl and interests in these various locations have  been sold and resold. Evidently,  there will be some choice pickings for  the lawyers.  �� �� CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  R. B. KERR,  Harkister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  SHOES AND DIES  HE  Q ,  RUSSELL, LAW, CAULF1ELD, Co., Ltd  GEOKGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  anl BATHROOM.  Oifivtrij-WillitiiiiK Block,cor  l'in.Uiii10IiHroin.KIc>A\c   I HOI'NIX, |{ p  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  O.U'.KU.MHUKU'i'l,  B. C MINING  PASS ON THE PRAISE TODAY.  PROVINCIAL.  In the hurry'and rush of every day  -     life we mortals are altogether too apt  to forget to accord praise where it is  due and where it will ( do  the most  good���too apt to leave it till the one  who might receive pleasure from it has  passed to that bourne from which no  one returns.   But we should take time  tovthink of it, .and if we  did, there  . would be more happiness and sunshine  in ihe world.  In this connection it is a pleasure  to reproduce the following from an  eastern paper.   Read it through and  igpte the homely common sense in it:  -' ��� f'You're a great little wife, and I  don't know what I would do without  you."   And as he spoke he put his  ���    armsabouVher and kissed her, and at^CK of susPen<  she forgot all the care in that moment. | ^ tW�� months'  And, forgetting all, she sang as she  washed the dishes, and sang as" she  made the beds, and   the song was  heard next door, and a woman there  , .caught the refrain, and sang also,- and  two homes were happier* because he  had told her the sweet old  story���the  ,love of a husband for a wife.' As she  *sang the butcher boy who called for the  , order "heard it and went out whistling  ��n his journey, and the world heard  the whistle, and one man hearing it  '_ thought,l "Here  is a lad who loves  his work, a lad happy and contented."  And because she sang her heart was'West. Fernie.  mellowed, and as she swept about the  back door the cool iir kissed heron  each cheek and she thought of the  poor old woman she knew and a little  basket went over to that home with a  quarter for a crate or two of wood.  So,  because   he' kissed   her,, and  praised her, the song came an j the in-  , fluence went out and out.  ,'  Pass on the praise.  A word and you make a rift in the  cloud, a smile and you- may create a  new resolve, a grasp of the hand and  you may repossess a soul from hell.  '_ Smallpox has broken  out in .Port  Simpson. * '  The Crow's Nest towns now have a  football league?  Cranbrook, is to have an up-to date  water supply system.  . The Great Northern will extend its  line   from Morrissey to   Fernie this  year.  The Anglican synod of* Kootenay  will meet in Revelstoke, on June  10th.  The B.C. Rifle association will hold  Construction having been completed,  he went to Virginia, where he spent a  year on railway work as' locating engineer.  Mr. Busteed was for a time engineer  for tbe city of Bristol,  Tenn.    He returned to the Canadian Pacific Railway early m 1892, and has been with  the company ever since as roadmaster,  resident engineer on the western division, engineer of way and   structures,  and divisional engineer on the Pacific  division.,   He was appointed  superin  tendeht of district No. 5 in October  last and has just been promoted again  by being appointed to the position of  assistant- to Chief Engineer Wm. F.  Tye, and will   have   headquarter, at  Winnipeg.  MILLION DOLLAR BRIDGE.  A(*New WesMiioiter Will   Be  Opened WUh  Elaborate Ceremony.  ,vThe opening of the new  million  dollar bridge over the Fraser river at  New Westminster will  take place on  Saturday, July 23  Zinc shipments from the Slocan  ti) 1031 tons."  The Everett smeitcr will enter the 1).  J. market for wet ore".  Kootenay mines have paid a total of  $7,462,544 '" dividends.  'ih j, Oyster Criterion, at Ca;r-  borne will add ten /nore stamps to its  m"ll.  Rossland .shipments last week weie  4,704 tons, or 156,942 tons,for the  yjar to dale.  British Columbia Copper Co. stock  I has been twded in on the New York  (market at $1.87   1-3.  LeRoi matters are once more in an  unfortunate shape, owing to faulty  overvaluation of ore'reserves, etc.  Wm. B. Pool has purchased the  Horseshoe group,, near Trout lake,  paying several thousand dollars therefor.  Fourteen men are, working at the  Chapleau mine'in the Slocan, and at  the mill ten stamps are dropping regularly every day.  It is reported that the Fraser River  Gold Dredging Co. are so we'll satisfied with the outlook, and the results  so far obtained from their work that  they will build and equip four new  dredges to operate on their Fraser river  leases.  On Ten Mile Wm. Koch has 40  men working at the Enterprise, and 30  in his sawmill. He is steadily shipping  ore to Nelson, and lumber to Manitoba, and has'recently taken the contract to build a concentrator at Cres-  ton for the Alice.  THE  DAVENPORT  Ligh Locomotives  For AU Purposes.  Kor mince, iii'-'iiliMiroiitt-iilc cer\ i.-i\ fin  l^iyviiiL' H'inI*. f��n i-uiititic'tirH     ( mi-  ,..,.. ... ������       vi'iiicin in i>i��'iiitt',-<;iiii'k mill imw.rtul,  i)iii(-k (lelivt'iy. fill y tiinniiiU'fil, any ei/e. imv n-qniri ,1 1 vpp", miv w iilih of k.uil'p.  with or wHl.out tuiidi-rs.  ' ��� UUII/MIY ���  DAVENPORT LOCO/nOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  i hew i>iM-iti��-t imiy be 8"i-ti in tM*rvic*uL,ilia,,ii|i|ii-a of (irnnliv Co.. I'liucnix, It. C.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  ���   A. Kami a. JI.  mid Tliiiiwlay of cell i,,J ,1   -    ^  *-.>>urK�� 111 mniu,a��calli.i ��  llnll,M0���iSo,..A.,dM'o!;^^"1  W.M.  1'HOh.vix Ai:kie  '      NO. ISS.  JItetiiig! on i>tW,.  "'8w.ni, Miner,"  Uiil.,11 Han.       "  cordially Im.tc! "  ��OJlT.IIO|(|{hU,,.,,,. WM.Hr.HMl.VO. ^y  I. O. O. F.  hN.i\V.slJOHI.ODCI-No,6  Mrel. citry Mondav ��,�����������, al  1Ian)  Usitinij l.ruhrrii cordUllj |���,n,d "  W. S. Cook, n. <:.  0*0 K Mhad   K'c.fJtc'v  A. S. W ILtlAWSOX, J'tr. fi'��� .��tC),  CKKK><KH><>0-0-CK> <>0<KKKhO<H><><><><><)  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading' Weekly  0/ the Boundary.  .;   ��� 'w-v -o-   The citizens have  its annual meet at Victoria June 26- Men charge of the event and  it will  th' - 'be celebrated in a fitting manner. Tht-  The Ferguson  Eagle has'had.an  attack of suspended animation for the  ���ast two months.  Rev. John Cleland has been appointed examiner for McGill inr Rossland at the forthcoming examinations  in June,  It is quite likely theC.P.R.wilI erect  a tourist hotel at Slocan Junction and  also take steps to protect the trout  pools from market fishermen.  East Ksotcoay Aittuucsta. ,  ;The estimated assessed value of real  property in the various towns in Southeast Kootenay is as follows:  STV^V $341,415  big steel structure will be decked with  flags and bunting for its whole length.  The first event of the afternoon will be  driving the last spike, a gold one,  by  Rt. Hon. Sir Henri Jolt de Lotbiniere,  lieutenant-governor, with a solid silver  hammer.   The^ governor ^ will   then  board a. special train and cross  the  river.    There a carriage will meet him  and he will,drive back over the  roadway of the bridge. The draw will then  be-opened and, to the accompaniment  of a royal salute, there will be a grand  procession of warships, passenger and  freight boats.through the draw.  In the  evening there v,-ih\ be fireworks from  the bridge.  It is.expected that the Canadian  Triumphs of Modern Surgery,  Wonderful things are. done for the  human body by surgery.    Organs are  taken out and scraped  and  polished  and put back, or they may be removed  entirely; bones are spliced; pipes take  the place of diseased sections of veins;  antiseptic   dressings   are   applied   to  wounds, bruises,  burns and   Jike injuries   before   inflammation   sefs   in,  which causes them to.  heal   without  maturation and in one-third   the time  required by the old treatment.   Cham  berlain's Pain Balm acts on this same  principle.     It is an   antiseptic   and  when applied to such1, injuries, causes  them to heal very quickly.    It always  allays the pain and soreness.    Keep a  bottle of Pain Balm in your home and  it will save you time and money, not  to mention the inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail.    For  sale by all druggists.  Published iu the Heart of tlie Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  In 1903  ^Oregon  Sho^t line  and union Pacific  ONLY LINJC E.\ST Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two  Trains IXaii.v,  8U��iiwliJ|,U,.k,.t�� u, KnropcBii.lotl.fr  ���ureiKiicoiiiririeH.  1.CUVI.H  Daily  bpokHiie Tune Jtthcdule"  HfTrcllvc Nov  n loo.  Ainve.  Daily  the entire Iloundaiy shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was leduced by  I  Phoenix rani!) alone shipped ,$30,000 tons of oie  hist year.  The Pioneer is published every Salmday and  and is sent to any pait of Canada or the United  Slates lor  $2.00  7.JS ��. III. 1'AST MAIL-To mut rroii,  Coeiird'Aleiirdintiict.Vaiiii.  1 ins-toil Garfield ��� uUrVpiiII.  iiiati    ���Moiiww,  ���Pomtroy.  S."   ,l"K. Mi) ton. Walla  ��mi1nl^:,i;;vIrB'litok"c"ySM  f-io p. m. ��XPKlUl^��ir,&���TnS^ "��r"  *-,"rfiel'l. Colfax, Pullman,  Mo��cpw.I.ewi��loii .Portland  Sail Kraiiciico. Paker City  Ky.'.<L*JLSoi",KAST-  Ka��l, linker City, San Krau-  eifp.Porlliiiil, Colfax, Car-  *KxceptS,f,rd,ya.,", F��"ai��**'>'' -HBMrrfr  SHOKT LINK TO CALIFORNIA.  San Finnciaco-Portln-id Route.  ��lS8p0,m mui'ri^'l! AI��"*��rt!,rtock. Portland.  '"'", *" lo". "I. etery (He daya.  Ticket., on Kale at nil s. V & N. Station.  Kor further information as to rules  lime of  luiii��,eqiil|mieiit.etc.address  GKO. J   MOIII.��K.Geneial Agent.  xlverslde Ave.. Spokane. Wish  per yeari-or the rest of the world for $3.00  per  year.    It gives the  Cranbrook;;;;;.';;;;;-;; 2^;������ Pacific and Great  Northern  Railway  Moyie  *���'  \t- ���  ,  00,000  Michel  A '  P.it��   '        ���  6o'��00  Elko   Morrissey...;.;;  ^,����o  yr        .         '    .,.         3��,000  Morns^ey Mines  ^0000  Kimberey. ���...-..;  '  MwjsviIIe  2O|'O00  Total $945^o  companies will lavishly decorate the  engines and cars that wj|J mAkc the  first trip over the bridge.  OLLA PODRIDA.  A great battleship is a great theory  1   "Which is easily exploded.  What Is Calarrb? , $  It is an inflammation of the mucus I ' f '"^'T- "T^ k th�� bui,dinS of  Hning of thethroat, bronchica. ~' * "^ ^^  ti  Pass on the praise.  Does your cierk do well?  ' l Pass, on the praise.  Tell him that you ate pleased, and  ��f he if a good clerk he will appreciat',:  it more than a raise.   A good clerk  does not work for his salary alone.  ,      Teacher, if the child is good,  tell  -  him about it; if he is better,  tell him  again.   Thus you  see,   good, ibetter  , best  .Pass on ike praise now. Pass it on  \fn ihe home. Don't go to the grave And  call ".Mother."   Don't  plead, "Hear trial size" 25a  .        ��� -_ ...����.IUU|  uiuiiunicai tuoes ,, &  and nasal passages excited by germs     A ���>��'�� Cupid is to blame for some  that can only be destroyed by fragrant  healing Catarrhozone which is breathed  direct to the seat of the disease, and  has never yet failed to cure. Pleasant  to use, absolutely certain to cure,  Catarrhozone always gives satisfaction'  "I suffered from nasal catarrh so badly that I couldn't breathe ihrough my  nostrils," writes, G. K. WiJliaoiU of  Myrden.    "I uSed Catarrhozone for a  weddings   and a little   cupidity   for  others.  When women get the ballot they  lose interest in using it. There is only  one hope���make tbe ballot the fashion  and trim it differently f��r each  election.  - Do It Now?  When you've got a Job to do,  Do it now!  If it's one you wish was through,  Do it now!  If you're sure the job's your own,  Don't hem and haw and groan���  Do it now!  Don't put ofTa bit of work,  Do it now!  It tfoes'nt pay to shirk,  Dp it now!  If you want to filUpl-jge  And be useful to the race,  Just get up and take a brace.  Do it now!  Don't linger by the way,  _, Do it now!  Yon'll lose if you delay,*  Do it now!  If the other fellows wait,  Qr postpone till it is late,  Veil hit up a faster gait-  Do it now!  latest and Most  Reliable News  ofljoundji) ,\|in,.s and Smelters,  and independei't, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATe.  Your subscription can begin at'any time  It is feailess  Address with cjieck  rPlONEER PUBLISllJGTa  PHOENIX, B. C  KH>Q<HK><X)-OCKKr<^  <sran<f Forks,  Phoenix  dfiel greenwood  STAGE   LINE,  J. F.ROYKR,  Proprletoi.  PROVIACIAI. SKC-KKTAKY'B OKFIC��  POlimiiciit:"'    * l"t0 m^ ��llB following Bji-  Sued by His Doctor.  'A doctor here has sued me for  $12.50, which I claimed was excessive  for a case of cholera morbus," says R  White, of Coachella, Cal. "At the  trial he praised his medical skill and  medicine..   '       b,STS nnl,,lf 'V"e lsl'Iea"e Greenwood at 6a.rr.  ?�� i lll0e"'.x flt 7 ��10 a''? : Brrive "t Grand Korkr  10 301 a. in., leave Grand Forks 3:45 p. m.,arrivln��  atHoeiiir7p.m., and Greenwood ni*" o 1"  Connects both ways with Great Northern train*  Kare-Grand Forks to Phoenir, Ji 5o: Phoenix  to Grteuwood, 50c; Greenwood tol'hoeuix. | o!  wo^WHr11J^0<?!RndSrV,,��� *'��� Office" (i/eed  l{\*'Jlf��le Si0B- * Smith.   In Grand Fork*  Polntment:.  Arthuk c Sutton n/n.���ni7-',.��.arc',,j 'W-  mor Tor that porC. o7i .��'.'^���.'?<;I-U'f I"'1'1''  l-riaed withiu tlie o��.."' ' --��� ou,,l>: "/.Yale com  H^,il��;i,q7rr,lerTlV,i'lf.Cl^g,r(.'ru��''��'��''l��-,  trmor Tor tlmr��orHo   ��%i ,��titiMcM,*'\mi'il*  only Dr. Hamilton's pUls.   P��ce 33c  WANTED.  ~-   ��������, miu,    Special representative in   this and  I asked him if it was not! adJ01nmg territories, to represent and  LhamberlaiB's Q?%, Cholera and adyertise an old estiiblished business  Uiarrhoea Renjedy he used gs f had, house of solid financial standing. Sal-  good reason to believe it was, and he,#7 $�� weekly, with expenses ad-  wouw not say under oath that it was I janced each Monday by check direct  not. No doctor could use a better from headquarters. kspg'nses adyan-  WflWV %n this in a case of cholera cedi Position permanent. W"e furnisli I 8  morbus it n^er foiSt Sq14 b ��� everything. Address The Columbia, j |.^^  ^S&^ ' {fy�� %��on WS,-, Chicago III   i8:6t - '  OJlCMJiY  CITF SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office,  PffPENIX,  Spokane Falls  &  No*the*nRy<>  Thu-iM.ly nil rail rmiio lit'twecn piiin'e  ��'iiBl. ��i'finii.l8oiiili 10 KoKslnn.l, >M-  ��"' 1. (trau.l horks mi.l Kt.pu|,|i,..  Hiiirct r,irs run be-ween S|��okHne .iikJ  >orihpuit.  ��I'I'��CTIV��JUNSi4. iocs.  f.eave. .  8 '����� "' Spokane 6 "v.m  '   . "��� "' NeUon - 3,, ,v ,���  ��,Q." ���" "��"' )'ork,:::::::::::.i %,*���.",.  '-11, "' KepnWIc 6 15 p n  In Connrction With  <Mm  mm,  TICKETS   to   All   Points  SHORT LINE ,  Si Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis,  Chicago,  AND AU, POINTS KAST.  Seattle, Victoria.Tacoma, Portland  AND AIL I'ACJKIOCOVST  I'OINTH.  ThrouKh'l>u|Bcc ami Tourist Sleepers.  Dining ami Huffut tlmokiiig I.ibrai \.  2 Past Trains Daily 2  For mips mikI fulduro and full infornni  "on rt'Kiiidiiitr tilpn rail on or adi|nn-  any aKent of the 8. p. & a. R��f|w��v IK  II.  A. .I.U'KBON, II.fllUNDT,  O.K&I.A., 0. P. AT. A.,  ^poknnu.       701 W. llivcrsl'li'.  Wash. Spokane, Wn.  m  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B,C,  ...-������laftr^^i.PYinw.ir.f l"  fi����iK!"e�� "f "'lii���-liicluclhie Tnrklali  mi I  projicrtlciior itawntera are micqualtd.  cttVui'TrouiHrj" Kll0ull,n,l<:' "ervou. and Mu��-  ���liinrii'u.""'1*11 Kl<l"ef' Uwr ��'"> Stomach  Hy��uii!t",,"1"aH"g",M*l*"l��I'olM"* frcl�� lhe  Uo,!,.fi,.'l!,"��l"leur of ,",e, ������ery l�� mirl��aled  boat �� Yl'?,w VV1}*/ r��'-��l>.nil'��,wBterfall��,  lamia*' W" "��� r*".ll,ff> "���"otlng, excur.loiii  ^MnV        " '" '* u"*l!rl<a������<' *��'  I ���������  "-|�� ^- T ��  ,11     -   ^'/.    ���-.   ^VS&'-H-  H.ii  1 ''.V"���   "' -i   t". - -t      -  il.t-1  .. Hi *      .  b\.*:  i. ����  ':���-��� j  _..jSfLJ_  *\:'t' *.���,  ������-\'  'i ,t f  ��� ;i-  V.#.   i J ���  '^f;..-  '*. JT-'  j ��� s   ^    ���  r.-.'.  -i v  "v-���-...-.  ���   >.������ i    '���'.-.���',-.   -.-,.:��.���,:, .'���s,'-,.> ij.������.'������,������;-���:.;:;-.-:������ ������ -.���;:������ ��� -  3-W"    -  - ...  ill.   '     lis    K    H     1 .... I.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  'fen  t'i  N  1  N  i .��> j*  ''���it  I* Mi  ��� w*  ���-M  ' -.*J  l '���-A*  I -. r-.*  :-i?*i  r-^jsT  . ��A?-t  "Advertised ResponsJbHHy'*  Libcral .advertising  for many years has  created in the pubKc  a justifiable expectation that the "Slater" Shoe  combines comfort/ durability,  fit.shape-retention and beauty,  and to hold its trade its makers  , are compelled to make it as  good as the public expects*  Goodyear Welted  Slater Shoe  i  THE OBSERVATORY  Tiiikos Talked iv at  HOMK AND ELSBWHERE  For Men  $4.00  $5.00  For Women "gg  HUNTER-KENDRIGK CO., Ltd.  Phoenix, B. C.  $1.00  I  I     * Always Available!  f  i  I  t  I  i  I  i  i  ?  Opens a sayings account .at 9  this Bank, and that dollar i  and every dollar you  de- |  posit afterwards, will earn  3 per cent, interest.  (1  r  If there should happen  to be any  one within whose vision these lines appear, having asfew dollars that it is desired to devote to a worthy cause, the  Pioneer can put him or her on the  right track.    Up on Gospel hill, overlooking the city of Phoenix, is one of  the best conducted institutions in the  province of British Columbia ���the  Phoenix General Hospital. This statement will, be corroborated by hundreds  of persons  who know  what  they are  talking   about.   The hospital is not  a profitable institution sri dollars and  cents, but it does pay big dividends  in relieving suffering and saving human  life ��� and what dividends, after all,  could be of a better kind ?  ��� *    ��������     <  Of course, "the hospital is always in  need of something, having no endowment or anything of that kind.   For  instance, on the ist of last month Secretary Martin was short about   $200  when it came to settling accounts.   So  that cash donations can always be used  to the  best of advantage.    But it is  something needed in the institution of  which we started  to speak.    If some  good friend would go  to one of the  Stores and order a dozen or  two  bedspreads sent to the hospital,   it  would  be much appreciated by the staff of  that institution,! who have had so little  to work with.    Il would be a  definite  thing and object and would fill a "long  felt want."    Who will respond  to this  suggestion?  World WideMining  \  o  Cripple Creek (Colo.) mines have  paid over $27,000,000 dividends.  Leaeville mines'shipped in round  numbers 70,000' tons of ore during  April.  The daily output of ore in the Butte  district now is estimated at about 13,-  000 tons.  It is estimated that the gold production of the Kalgoorie, West Australia, gold field will this year surpass  $45,000,000.  The Cornwall mines of England  have, it is estimated, in their 4000  years of exploration, produced over 1,  000,000 tons of tin.  Utah produced in. April about $2,  000,000 gold, silver and lead, while  copper production was 3,300,542  pounds, or another million dollars,  bringing the total metal production of  the state up to about $3,000,000.  During 1903 the mines of the Transvaal, South Africa, bought $2,800,000  worth of explosives. They spent $1,-  000,000 in cyanide, $100,000 in shoes  and dies, $175,000"for lime,$i50,000  for zinc and $40,000 for qucksil-  ver.  HOT WEATHER,  NERVOUS WOMEN.  $3,914,610.60  Banking Bv Mail a Specialty.       Established nearly half a century.  CAPITAL AND  RESERVE PAID UP:  DoYou Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  nltii-h (lives Perfect Work in tlie shortest  time with the greatest ease of operation.  Write for Catalogue.  PIONEER PUB. CO.. Agents. Phoenix, 6. C.  iwwwwwvwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwam^  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  '1 he best established and regulated hostelry in the Boun-  daiy. ~U"e are centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit of Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rigs.     Parties driven to any Boundary  point.  The Best Lethbridge ��oal prornptly delivered.   Large  Stock of Dry Wood.  .  Timothy Eaton has again- opened  his bank account for Phoenix, having  donated $50 towards the building of  the new Methodist church in this city.  Mr. Eaton probably does as large a  business in Phoenix as in any town of  its size, we regret to say, but it is some  little satisfaction to think that, in at  least two cases, we have gotten some  it back again���for the hospital and the  Methodist church, How he was persuaded to open his heart in either case  we do not know, but the institutions  benefited are grateful for the timely  assistance, even if it did come from  the pockets of our residents in the  past.  After all, there is no likelihood for  the present of there being a second  Liberal���or any other kind���daily  paper in Nelson. H. W. C. Jackson,  who talked of converting the weekly  Tribune in that way, has seen the folly  of it, and has let himself down easy by  stating that, rince John Houston has  been sued for criminal libel, he will  not take hold of the paper for the  present. Wise Mr. Jackson���big head  ���well filled.  Thrown From A Wa(on.  ,  Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown  from his wagon and seveiely bruised.  He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm  freely and says it is the best liniment  be ever used. 'Mr.-Babcock is a well  known citizen.of North Plain, Conn.  There is nothing equal to Pain Balm  for sprains and bruises. It will effect  acure in one-third the time required  by any other treatment. For sale by  all druggists.  ���HmUmIMWM  PLAJSANCE & MUNRO  Contractors and Bvitdets.  0000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Full line of Hard Woods.   Shop on-Dominion Avenue   Phoenix Home Brewed  W  LAGER  BEER  Brewed by a home institution, baa proven  tlie teat and has made *  Host of Friends  u ho testify lo its Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,    |  JUUUS'MUELLER, Proprietor.  ODraar  Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix?  !  GREY, a promt-  Mclntyre & McDonald  Knob Hill Ave.,       ^SS"       Phoenix/B. C.  ������������'���Oi0����'���� ���!������������ ���'������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������'  ��  ���  0  9  o  *  urns  PHOENIX  ���  MARKET.   ���  0  -  _ ��  HEAD OFFICE FOR HOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. C. J  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C. O  .... VMsnk and Detail Ikat JercibJ  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All'orders receive prompt attention.  ��� ���ooo*��e*e*<>eeoeeeoe*ooseoo'��e0a6**0O��*>0��e*'������a4����3O$e  jgjuswwiii uvua  en ix  =   LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  -   DAILY.    - *  Leave Phoeuix at 10 a. m.      Arrive Greenwood at Ji a,  ^rrive      ;!V        4.30 j>.rn.    Leave *' 3p  '-,*,*.*        JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  m.  Quebec schojlma'ms will shortly be  in need of safe deposit vaults, or something of the kind, as their salaries are  to be raised fifteen per cent. Those  now receiving $12 per month will ge't  nearly $14. The query is appropriately made, "What will they do with so  much money?"  ��*���  What is   this  surprising trap in to  which we are constantly led to believe  (by St.Petersburg) that Kuropatkinwill  lead Japan? The New York American  remarks: Maybe it is the plan of the  Russians to lure the Japs to St. Petersburg and then drown them in the  Neva. r  .��������'���  The way the Japs went at the great  bear   reminds the observer  of these  thrilling and immortal lines:  Thrice armed is he  Who hath his quarrel just.  ���Shakespeare.  But four times he  Who gets his blow in "fust."  ���Josh Billings  A Jersey man found $475 in an old  blacksmith's bellows that had Iain jn  his garret for twenty five years, The  original Qwner evidently intended to  blow it in.  STRICTLY BUSINESS  A good advertisement' is a strong  lever which will help to start and keep  the business ball rolling.  Advertising is not a peculiar art. It  has to be good to pay at all and the  better it is the better it pays.  If nobody knows you, you couldn't  sell a dollar's worth of goods.. If a  few people know you, you'll sell a few  goods. The more people there are  who know you and your goods the  more you will sell. ���  It is the duty of every good citizen  to give his patronage to the merchants  of his town���that is, if the merchants  give, evidence-that they want such pat  ronage. The most cordial and con  vincing invitations any merchant can  extend to people to trade with him are  through regular use of newspaper ad  vertising space.  TIBS  BLANCHE  nent young   society   woman   of  Memphis, Tenn., in a recent lottcr from  174 Alabama streot, says:  ������To a society woman whose nervom  force h often taxed to the utmost from  lack ct rest end Irregulsr meals, I  know, cf nothing which is of so math  benefit as Peruna. I took It a tew  months ago when I felt my strength  giving way, and it toon made itsell  manifest in giving me new strength  and health. "'..Blanche Orey.  Teruna ia without an edxoX u a morro  tonic and rltal inrigorator.  Buy a bottle of Fcnrna. If yon do  not receive all the benefits from Peruna  that yon expected, write to Dr. HaiV  man, Columbus, O.  XMVWt  .���\*��--rr.e^ '  ���RAILROAlJ  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   'Phone 53,  We make good bread,'     Try it,  ... .C. W. GREER, Proprietor.  WEBB & MAYNARD  General Painting and  . . Sign Writing  Greenwood, B. C.  A Study of Old Aie    _  Reveals the fact that the blood is  usually thin and lacking the strengthening properties'of young folks' blood. If  you want to fill your blood with the  fire of youth, build up your strength,  restore your nerves, just use Ferrozone.  It's the most potent tonic known and  will renew the flickering flame of an  aged life by imparting nourishment to  enffbled organs. Ferrizone fortifies  weak systems, feeds the blood, bra in  and nerves with new life. Try Ferrozone.    Price 50c. per box.  Latest MIolDf  Stock Quotations,  ���  ASKED  BID  _  Ben Hur :.        aji  Black Tail          3  3 ���  3  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-div.).......        3  Center Star        26  30  Denoro Mines..       22  20  Fairview ;         3   ,  3  Fisher Maiden ���'       3   '  2  (iiant         2  |  International Coal ��       50  40  Morning Glory          1%  1  Mountain Lion...,,., ,       10  0  North Star, (U.K.)  ....        5  .-��  Payne       10  S  Quilp        15  10  Rambler-Cariboo       ��2j4  30  San Poll         a}i  -v  Sullivnn .....;         8  7  Tom Thumb         2  1  War Eagle Consolidated,...       13  10  1  I'A  Special Excursion to World's  Fair.  The Denver 6": Rio Giancle, in connection with the Missouri Pacific, will run  a series of Personally Conducted Excursions to the World's Fair during June.  These excursions will run through to St.  Louis without change of cars, making  short stops at principal points enroute.  The first of these Excursions leaves Portland June 7th, and the second June 17.  The rste-from Spokane will be $60.00 to  St. Louis and return. Excursionists  Koing 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  givean 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 XV. C. McBiide,  124 Third street, Portland,, for Bleeping  car reservations.  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  Through Salt Lake City, Glen wood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  .   Colorado Springs and Denver.  \ Daylight Ride Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing CaBtle Gate, Canon of The'Grand, Tennessee Pass, *  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge. ��'-���;  Ji Fast Trains Daily Pet. Oqden and Denver JV  Equipment anil Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  W. C. McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.:  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE   BOOTS AND SHOES  MADE  TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL   MINERS' AND    PROS  PECTORS' SHOES   A SPECIALTV.  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year ;..................................:.  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  TrOQT>   fIncluding Handsome PortraitV  JrOdl    l^ofKiug Edward, I7XM inches./-   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year .������....���..:,���.....���"....,  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year.................   $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  And Botmdafy Mining Jotfmal,  trouble in keeping pqs.ted on, B, undw Minmg Jitters,  bill for yearVW -<* mWW Fun.'Co., Phosnix, B. C.  You'll have no i  A pencil mark here t  is a reminder that vour subscription to this j[paper is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.  THE MASTER MEQHANie'S pure  TAR SCjAP- HenlS aud softens the skfii, while  promptly cleansing it of grease, oil, rust, etc.  invaluable for mechanics, larmera. sportsmen  Fre�� Sample on receipt of jc for postage.   Albert  Toilet Soao Co. Mfro Montreal.  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 the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  iiiiliffliiii  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  No Competition.  The uniform success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy in the relief and cure of bowel  complaints both in children and adults  has brought it into almost universal  use, so that it is practically with^u*: ft  rival, and, sis gyeryqna who,' has used it  kn^ws',' is without an equal. For sale  by all druggists.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix, B. C.  Excursion Rates  ePhoenixto  St. Louis, $62.75  Chicago, $67.75  Toronto, $90.10  Montreal, $100.75  Halifax, $124 55  New York, $103.75  3 Months' Limit.  It Will Be To Your Interest  If you contemplate visninfc the St.  Louis Exposition, to secure reliable information as to railroad service, the lowest rates and best routes. Also as to  local conditions in St. Louis, hotels, etc.  If you will-write the undersigned,  stating what information you desire, the  same will be promptly furnished. If we  do not have it on-hand, will secure it for  you if possible, and without any expense  to vou.    Address  B. H. TRUMBULL,  Comnmiercial Agent,  142 Third St.,Portlund, Ore  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  "Not If II Cost Tea Dollars  A bottle would I be without Poison's  Nerviline, writes J. A. Ruth, a farmer  living near Trenjon, Ont. Nerviline is  the best household liniment I know.  We use it for stomach troubles, indigestion, headache and summer complaint. I know of nothing better to  take in hot water to break up a cold,  or- to, rub on fbr rheumatism or neuralgia." Every farmer should keep a  few bottles of Nerviline handy and  have smaller doctor bills. Large bottles 25c. at druggists.  June 7.  Aug. S  DATES OF SALE.  16, 17, iS. July  ,9,  10. Sept.  1, 2,  5. 6��  Low Excursion Fares.  for all eastern points will also be  quoted going via Tort Arthur all rail  or lake route returning same or via  'Chicago and St. Louis. For full particulars apply to local agents.  J. G. Cla^k, EJ.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson, B.C.  BUSINESS PROPOSITION.  If vou are going east, a caieful selection of your route is essential to the en-  jovment of your trip. If it is a business  trip time is the main consideration;  if a pleasure trip, scenery, and the  conveniences and comforts of a modern,  railroad.  Why not combine all by using the  Ilunois Ckntral, tbe nD-to-date road,  running two trains daily from St. Paul  nnd Minneapolis, and "from Omaha to  Chicngo. Free Reclining Chair Cars,  the famous Bufl'ett - Library - Smoking  Cars, all trains vestibnled.' In short,  throioughlv mordern throughout. All  tickets reading via the Illinois Central  will bfi honored on these trains and no  extra fare charged.  Our rates are the same as those of inferior roads. Wliv not get votir money's  worth?  Write for full particulars.  B. M. Trumbull,  Commercial Agent, Portland, Or.  J. C. Lisdsey, T.F.& P.A.Portland, Or.  Paul B. Thompson, F. & P. A.  Seattle. Wash.  NOTICE.  Riverside Mineral Claim.  Situate iu the Greenwood Minii'ie Division  Yale District.  Where located���On Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Albert K. Ashcroft.  free miner's oeriificate No. B55279, acting as  agent for Samuel T. Larsen, free miuer's ceitifi-  cate No. B^iSSi.and V. R. Swanson, free miner's  certificate No. B41873, intend,sixty days from the  date hereof, to appiy to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of improvements, for th; purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant oi the above claim.  And further take notice   that  action, under  section 3"��, must be commenced before the issuance ol such Cet tificale of Improvements.  Dated this 2d day of January, A. D. 1904.  ALBERT K. ASHCROFT.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Chicago, Milwaukee. & St: Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Railway  running the "Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and night between St. Paul  and'Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the world."  Understand: Connection* are made  with All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to passengers the best service known,  Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that your ticket reads via "The  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,  Trav. Pass. Agt.,  SPOKANB, W��,  H.  S. Royve,  General Agen ,  PORTLAND, OK  I  .'���';sSK  vM?  f  in  i*-S ) >  "fa.  ��.'  '* *  ��u'  rf,  �����*�� ���  *'  THE PHOENIX PIONBKR  <*LU*.  In and Around Phoenix  ^ BRIEF TOPICS OF LOCAL   AND GENERAL       ,  INTEREST TO  PHOENICIANS. ���**  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  Issac Crawford spent last Sunday in  the city of Nelson.  Remember the Presbyterian social  on the 15th inst. at the church.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from June 10th  to 14th.  J. F. Royer is running a four-horse  rig on his stage line, from Grand Forks  now.  The show windows of the wise merchants are reflected in the local newspaper.  J. C. Haas and VV. T. Smith, the  mining magnates, were visitors in the  city Tuesday,  Harry Plaisance is now in partnership with H. A. Munro as contractors  and builders. ' !  Constable Darraugh drove the Deputy  Attorney-General up from Eholt last  Monday night  for'large returns and good dividends  buy International .Coal stock of J. L.  Martin, Phoenix, ]?.-C\  '-<R6v. Henry Steel, of. Grand Forks,'  has been 'attending the "Episcopal  clericus recently held at Seattle.. '  Manager Marpole, Engineers Cam-  bie and Bainbridge and Supt. Busteed,  ^ all of the C.P.R., came in Wednesday.  , Chas. A.  DesBrisay,  right of way  man for the Great Northern, came in  again Tuesday.    He includes Fernie  , and district in his itinerary?now,  - It is a,common sight now to see C.  P. R.trains running around the Brooklyn spur, with'cars of grading outfit'for  .the Great Northern contractors.  Miss Wallace Johnston, matron of  the Phoenix General Hospital, who is  away on her vacation, has sent in her  resignation to Secretary Martin.  Andrew Hackett, who has made  himself famous by locating more coal  claims in East Kootenay than any other  man, spent last Sunday here with' his.  family. * '     :*'���",'  Dr Simmons, dentist, McMillan  block, June 13 to 16.  Richard Armstrong, now of Chicago  but a pioneer of Grand Forks, has beeri  visiting theBoundary this week.  A. Almstrom has taken over the  management of the Norden hotel,  with which he was formerly connected.   ���  Miss McKay, daughter of Conductor  McKay, of the Boundary C. P. R.  run, was a visitor' in the city Tuesday.  Every hotel in Grand Forks' is reported to be filled to overflowing, while  it is frequently difficult to secure a  room in Phoenix for the night  'Contractor Bowel has started the  active work of building the'new Methodist Church which will be located on  Knob Hill avenue, not far from the  public school.  < D. Wadds representing Wadds Bros",  photographers of Vancouver and Nel  son, will be in Phoenix shortly with  equipment for the making of photographic work in all its blanches. Parties requiring photographs will consult  their interest by bearing this in mind.  Date and location will be announced  later.  Opening a Renting Room.  Some time next week   a   reading  room will be opened in  the, Presbyterian church, and will  be supplied  with* papers and magazines.    It will be  opened afternoons and evenings, and  will be  kept warm and comfortable.  This is the beginning of a movement  that it is hoped win result in the establishment of a public reading room in  this city.  "If we can't do what we would,  '       letsatleastdoulmtwccan."  LIQUOR  COMPANY..  1 .    ��� Boundary Agents tor      '  = Pabst.'s Celebrated Beer=  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  ''Iron Brew"  Wholesale   WINES,  LIQUORS  and  CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  The  Orders.  Greenwood', B. C.  JAMES McCREATH,  PROP.  B*C* Assay "**.  Chemical Supply Co., ltd.  VANCOUVER. B. C  Direct Importers of Assay ers' Supplies.  Sole AicuntB in B. C. for the well-known  DiiUiTtea Crucibles. Scorifiera. Monies,  eii-. Selling agents for the F. W. Braun  Co'sSpecialties Cary Furnaces, Burners,  etc. Menks' Pure Chemicals, AssavMa-  lior Platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. Acids,  Borax  til.ies and all Heavy Chemicals.  Specialty-Silver Free Lead and Litharge.  Ciini|��lete Apsay Outfits   furnished   at  short notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  I have a good ranch on  the American side of the  line, to exchange for l>h0e.  nix Real Estate or win sell  outright.  Notary Public.  E. H. Mortimer,  I*. O. Uo   .,  H'o��iiij".C  d *>-9-9-+h-9-9-+-9r-9 IIH  derail! Expert was Here.  For nearly a week a German metallurgist   of considerable importance  has been visiting Phoenix, ana employed himself in  making an exhaustive  examination of the Granby mines. He  was Dr. Otto Sus'smann, of Frankfurt,  Germany, and he is visiting the more  important^mines and smelters  on  the  - Earnest Cousins, who has been  for American   continent,  having already  more than a year employed in  the b(ben t0 driver, Salt Lake, Butte, etc.,  M��*f!��e- "i"!.0"^ '# T}}es^L f?r and ����ir,S no,v t0 Arizona,  etc..   Dr.  Sussmarin is connected with the Ger  man branch of the American Metai  Co., which" concern makes extensive  researches continually as to the chances  of supply of the metals with which they  deal. .Although the doctor would riot  talk much, he was evidently most  favorably impressed with what iie saw  in Phoenix.  Montreal, whence he will sail via C.T.  R. steamer for London.  In the Presbyterian church  tomorrow the topic in die morning will  be;  Unity, Comfort,  Help;" and in 'the  evening "Who is my Neighbor?" Anthem: "Come Uuto Me "  Fire in the C. P. R. yards at Grand  Forks last week Friday destroyed two  freight cars and flieir contents, wjth a  loss of about $4,000. ' The goods  were consigned to Grand Forks and  Greenwood firms.  Shots were heard coming from the  Brooklyn this -week, but it was not  mining that was being done���it was  merely Burns & Jordon's men preparing a foundation for a warehouse for  contractors' supplies.  Next Wednesday week there wjll be  icecream and strawberries that''will  fairly melt in your mouth at the Presbyterian social. Both will be <he  finest that money can buy, and those  who   miss   the   occasion will   regret  The city of Grand Forks will ilium  mate the streets when Senator Hampden brings, on his street fair this summer. v It is not stated whether this is  the.same Senator Hampden that came  through the Boundary with a band of  so-called serenaders last winter.-  Thos. J. Hardy formerly a resident  and business man of-Phoenix, but now     RaT^ ��,_ ., ���    , n  was a visitor m the Boundary, a few months, arranging for the needful cap-  days ago. - _       v "al for, the construction of the railway  The Maxwell Photo Co.- have on ,Up the West Fork of the Kettle river,  '" " known as ' the Midway &   Vernon  exhibition at Martin building a fine k"ownJi  line of arhstin nnt+rai* ,.,~.u. returned  Started lor Peace Riier.  Thursday morning a party of Phoenicians struck out to find their fortunes  in the northern part of the province.  It consisted of Neil Hardy and Charles,  'James, and   Samuel   McCague,  all of  whom have been residents of Phoenix  for years.    Their ultimate destination  is the Peace, river country,  and they I  will travel oveiland every foot of the  way, going via the Similkameen to Ash-  croft or Kamloops, and'thence by the  old Cariboo road.  Pack horses will be  used after the wagon road gets down  to a trail.   If the trail should change  to a squirrel track and rim up a tree,  some other means of locomotion  will  be found.   The boys will prospect for  .good farming and mineral  lands, and  feel confident they are on the right  track.       -    -   - - .'   -  ^Printing..  "That's Our Business"  *      ��-  The Job'Department of the  PJi,oeuix   Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the  Best  Quality of  t Stationery   for any  kind   of  business.      ��Special  attention paid to work for Mines.    Stock, the best; -  quality, the highest grade. .       .  > ADDRESS.  , ��� ��r  The Phoenix Pioneer,  PHOENIX, B. 0.  G. W. Rumberger j  I Real Estate  *���/  and Mines  Houses lo Rent, City Property for Sale.  1 Shares in all tlie leading mines bought and  Isold. Jnfotmaiioii about Phoeuix and the  I IJouudujy .cjni'mry given on.'application.  ��  Dominion Ave.  Telephone N��. 28.  1  t  t  t  ���  ��  1  t  I  <��     Phoenix, B. C. J  ONE ON YOU  PIONKEU BLOCK",  'PJJOXJi NO. 14.  ���vArV-  Prices $10.00 to $25.00.  And a Good One, if it is one  <L  of   our    NEW    SPRING    -  "SUITS, Latest styles, fines,  materials, -best workmanshipt  I  r  -���-���-���-���-  Buy  Bottle  Boyle's  Blood  Purifier  [BOYLE,  t  line of artistic portrait woik;, among  which we notice many well known  Boundary faces.  James H.Trevorrow,'foreman at the  Snowshoe mine, went over to Rossland  last Saturday, to take the superinten-  dency of the LeRoi mine. XV. XV. Carter -was left- as caretaker-at the Snow-shoe.   , .  Wednesday evening, June 15th, the  Ladies'aid of the Presbyterian church  will give a,strawberry and ice cream  social at the church. There will be  also a musical and literary  gramme. -.  day.  to the Boundary last Satur-  pro-  John Wjlson, formerly night  watch-  ,  man at the"* Granby Smelter,  has secured the work of clearing tbe right of  way on the spur of-the Great Northern to the Granby Smelter and has be-  l gun work.  ���   It is rumored that the semi-annual  meeting of the board of license commissioners for Boundary Creek License  District will be held in Grand Forks  on the i;th inst. The rumor has not  been confirmed yet.  - Last week Friday Magistrate Crease,  of Nelson, held John Houston, M. p.,  for trial for criminal   libel for  the fall  assizes.   The alleged   libel consists of  a reflection on the personal character  ol John Elliot,   a barrister"of  that  city.  ' JMIss Howe New AUlroo.  At a meeting of the board of directors of the Phoenix General Hospital,  held at the office of Secretary Martin  Wednesday evening, the resignation of  Miss Johnston was accepted, and the  board unanimously voted Miss Howe  to fill the vacancy,   Miss Howe has  been connected with the hospital since  March a year ago, and has given  the  bestof satisfaction to the management.  Miss Johnston   had  been with   the  hospital since it was first opened, nearly two years ago, and lhose who have  been under her charge will   testify to  her excellent qualifications as a nurse.  Miss Ferris, who came for a month  at the hospital,  returned to Nelson  yesterday.    Miss Grey, who was in the  Ymir   hospital   for   over two years,  arrived Tuesday, and will remain per-  ' Hai Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.  "My mother has been a sufferer for  many year's  with' rheumatism," sav's  XV. H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At  times she was unable to move at all,  while at all times walking was painful.'  I presented her .with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and' after a few  applications, she decided  it was the  most wonderful pain reliever she had  ever tried; in fact, she is never without it now and is at all times' able  to  walk.   An occasional  application   of  Pain Balm keeps away the pain she  was formerly troubled with."   For sale  by all druggists.  Miss Manda Carlton  Fashionable Dressmaking.  Prices Reasonable.  Biner Block, - Phoenix, B. C.  THE WRUGOIST.  NEW CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoes, etc., just received,    Call in and examine them. \y  THOS. BROWN,    f  ^Men's Wear Exclusively.- !:����,   J  ^Black's Hotel<   .Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, li. C,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������  : City ..... j  ���Transfer, |  ���  ���..  Dry Wood for sale,  W. H. 0OCKSTEAMR,:  Residence and Stables at foot of  c Dominiou Ave,, I'hoenix, B C  4    I'. 0. Box 269. 'Plioiir No 40.  We want you to see our large stock of  Wall Pape*  Wc Ii.ive some of the most beautiful and  artistic dr<M��ns yi-'t sr-en inihis wcilim.  ft is well worth uliiJo lo t��|cc note of  Iheirisrawful patterns and dm able body.  If you me tliinkin- of pun'-iing \hh sen-  son, be fine to }(.���(. our n'lsviion.  McRAE BROS. & SMITH  ��� StnlioiU'i-s, eic.        Knob Kill Avp.  Commodious Sample Rooms  , ,    Fiist-Class Dining Room in connection  H.ir Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  ' Most Ccnveiiiemly Located  Telephone No. 26. w. S. DOYLE, Prop. |  S^^i^e^^^^rfC^^fP^^j^^PSSte^^-  .V! - ��� ���  Fish,   ��� <*'  For Sale.  manently on the nursing staff.  Since the spring thaw the Phoenix-  * Eholt wagon road has gotten in bad  shape m several places, and needs the  attention of the road superintendent���  especially as it will likely be used to a  < large extent by the railway contractors  011 the Great Northern.  Edward R. Birnie, brother of L. Y.  Birnie, who hag been representing the  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.,  Ltd.,  in  Miaajer Graves lo Phoenix.  Jay P. Graves, general manager of  the'Granby Co., spent last Sunday in  Phoenix, aud was in much- better  health than on the occasion of his last  visit.' Mr. "Graves'said that there was  nothing specially new to report regarding tbe mines and smelter, which are  being operated steadily to the full capacity of the six furnaces and he ex-|  pected would he so operated indefinitely. He did not care to say at this  time when the talked-of enlargements  would be undertaken, but it  may be  G. J, Ha,yward  CUSTOMS   BROKER,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  , CONVEYANCER,'      *  COLLECTION AGENT.  Dealer in Real Estate, Live Stock.  Grand Porks, B. O.  SHIPMENT OF  Cut Glass  1  Game (Si.  Poultry  .AND.  Sterlirtgware  si  1  1*  tfl  f  Y   .  f'��\  ���^ ainIt:.l     '.1' "ck',K,l"b "i�� Ave., 1'liow.u, a|i,| f,'l,Vi.-   ^  tihopc-it Mncirtil'.TAItB., ,',1.,-,,    ��.'���A^ t&  oreenuo. ,t Orana Korki n��d I'l.oenix. B. C.     UNION   M EAT  CO. jjj  Tb�� Union Meat Co.  &  ^^^^^^^^^n^m^Mi^B^^i  Five room house, gellar, fine well  water wood and chicken shed,' 2 verandahs; also city water for sprinkling,  government taxes $4 per year, 90x1,5,  no better place for chickens, plenty of  trees, no better site for a home in Grand  Jforks. Price right, must be sold. Address J. R., Box E, Grand Forks, or  this office.  the Northwest lerntones for several taken as practically  assured  that th*  ^��ft^a���rh-^nesday, completion of the Great Northed   to  ftis Jast visit having been in December  Ut states that the^ heavy immigration  shll continuns into the Northwest.  L. Hansen, of Utah," has purchased  the ranch of R. R. Gilpin, located  midway between Grand Forks and  Cascade, paying therefor $30,000. Mr.  Gilpin has been living on the ranch for  thiscamp means, in due time, increased  reduction capacity at the Granby smelter.  h G. LANG,  ..Provincial Assayer and  Analytical Chemist.  ��� Late Control Assayer for the Len-  ora mine, Mt. Sicker.  From March ist: Gold, $,.00:  Golp and Silver, $,.S0; Gold, Silver and Copper. $3.00. Discounts  tor several samples sent together.   ���  GREENWOOD, B, C,  Tfcomas Dtug Co.  Boundary Agents for Columbia  .GraphQphqnes. ' ^ full line of  'musical gqods always jrj stqek.  Try us by phone or mail.  GRBENWOOD, C, c.  Just Opened.  Will  be pleased to show them.  Geo. E. Dey,  The Jeweler. Knob II/II Ave.  Republic Beer - 5c  When you are ifi Republic lovk for our sign  Rkph:uc Bi-:ek.  REPUBLIC BREWING CO.  Hospital Donations  Llct of Donations' received since Jan,  1st, 1004, to the Phoenix General Hospital:  ->....< IcraentS. Hoiigluoii. Ilostoii   ' A Friend   A Friend  ...A Freud  Cash Jioo   Cash fcoo   Cash Js.co   Mdse. {13.00..  Cash *���: on .. ,      ,;-=-- - 7 ���- |  n"'1*50 T. Eaton & Co.. Toronto  C " V��     o -v.-M"M�� Crawford  Cm I, ��5 ; V" - Canadian Rnud Drill Co  'Projfrflinme  _-, .... J1VUJ& on ine ranch ,or[    For Presbyterian social to be given  some twenty years, and has been  the Wednesday evening, June   iSth,  well known collector of customs in the church  at  Urrand Forks for many years. The  ranch contains 1,700 acres, and will  be made a model stock farm by the  new owner,  It is getting quite the proper thing in  Ihoenixnowlohang a bear skin at  your belt, as it were.   At least two residents are in that class.   Last Sunday  j. H. Graham killed a cinnamon  bear  near Hartford Junction, having seen  the animal the day before. A few days  previous James Kerr,  of the Union  Meat Co., also puta few ounces of lead l        t/reara man  into one edition of bruin and ended  10. Instrumental .-....     ' Orchestra  ha troubles jn this world. 1 r. Chorus.. "Village BeUs." ���   Choir  1. Organ Selection... Miss  MacColl  2. Male Quartette.... "We'll sail 6'er  the Bonnie Blue Water Together "  31 Instrumental Orchestra  41.- Lullaby Chorus Little Folks  5- Song Robt.  Horrell  A Lady Quartette.... "List of the  Convent Bells."  7- Violin Solo ....  8. Male Quartette,.  , Bucket."  9. Solo"anii Chorus".  liraofe Hill  Hotej  J. E. BELL, H@nager.  Best DiuingRoom in the City���Everv.-  thing First-class.    Your patronage Solicited.  PJioeni*, B. &.  Corporation   of   the  Phoenix.  City   of  First St.  W.J. Cramer  "Old  Oaken  NOTICE..  Public Notice is hereby given to the elector!  Ofthe municipality ortljecUyV Wioe iu'i&i ?  ���y^e o' t��n^-'anCr Cto ,?eS e"Sl  be Jfollow* ��ruomil"ltion of candida.cs shall  i..w.1llcca,Jd,'da,ess,,aIlbc nominated in writ  liiKthe writing shall besubscribed bytiir" vc4er,  fkhe, ""'apnUty as proposer and "S  a d sj,a}l be delivered to the returning officer at  ::^ijc;a^;!o��!o^d;-iSS  "Arriving Daily.  Prints, disighams^ Muslins," Naffings  s.  Dream that's Sweetest."  ''Dream the  ri.V(-;r,v'"-"vi':��',,','lp Iua,c 'urnun suhiects or  Pewny's Celebrated Kid Gloves for ladies -  Every pair guaranteed. '  A foil stock of Boots and Shoes, Eubbers, etc.,  always on hand.  Xhe  1  '. .<*- <x  Granby Exchanie  The complete Hoiisefurnishero,  j ��1stGdnv;of,,^,;jo4ht",d m Plioe"1*' ����� cX  D. J. JUTHU80N,       I ��3,  JtetiiralLgOfficet.  /��?]  m  Dominioja Avenue,  Pfeoenix.  te  SS��iW.E!atra!SW5H!PaM5SBff'  ���     ��������   ��� ��        ���* J        *���   ���      ��'  '"-    "'   V>.��" ^ft"r   v. .      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