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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 18, 1904

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 Boundary Mines Sent  Out 684,000 Tons of  Ore in ^903, .:���,*���  #  ''�����*;-"  totteer  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  ii Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District.  PhoenLf   ,  and   Leading Av\  ��� Gamp of Bour  ��' 5    viUN 2 1 1904  Vou V.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1904  ^V'oria.v*;.  No. 32  WOULD TAX  THE RAILWAYS  Council Think It  Pair.  Only  CORPORATION GETS NO BENEFIT NOW  have decided by air overwhelming majority that this  store is the place to tiade���-Why? Because we cany a  stock that is always FRKSH���and of standard quality  at p'ires that are the lowest.  Just a few piices thai are convincing:  Fresh Spring Buttier, Government Creameiy,  in 14, 28 and 56 lb. boxes, -' - 28c per lb.  Eggs, guaranteed fresh, - - 30.: per dox.  Government Creameiy Flint Butter, - 3 lbs. I01 $r  American   Hams   and   Bacon,  Hammond's  and Swifts        -        -        -        20c per lb.  You pay the same price for inferior meat���why not  have the best.  Swifts Silver Leaf Lard, 3 lbs. for 50c. 5 lbs for 80c.  Fresh Canadian Creamery Cheese - 20c per lb.  Edam cheese���impoited from Holland, $1.00 each.  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables  are our lending specialty.  Strawbeiries now getting cheaper  every shipment ���  W.illa.Walla and  Hood   River  now  on the  inaikct.  WASHINGTON CHERRIES,  HANANAS, ORANGES, LEMONS,  FRESH   COMB HONEY.  We cannot quote prices of fruits as  the    market  price is so changeable.  The lnfer=Hri(k (o., lid.  I'HOENIX.  GRKKNWOOD.  CRAND FORKS.  Milter Broutbt up by Rowland City Council,  Modified lo Suit Local Needs and Una p-  Imoutlr Passed.  wmmmms&smmsmm  *mW*QQmm%QQGG*&QQQ*QG&&i  Made  By a visit to our HARDWARE DEPARTMEN T.  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 WHITINU BRUSHES.  Gail and get a color card for paints and kalsomine.  Grocery  Another shipment of Fearman's Hams and Bacon.  Fresh Ontario Butter in 1 lb., .15 ">���. 3�� lb-> !ind  56 lb. packages; and don't,FORGEt  "Anchor Brand Flour"  At Wednesday's regular weekly meeting of the'city fathers, Mayor Rumber-  ger and Aldermen Porter, Delahay,  Marshall, Birnie, Boyle and McArdle  were present, and the mayor appointed the following committees: Board of  Works: Aids. Marshall, Delahay and  McArdle: Finance: Aids. Hirnie, Porter, Boyle and Rumberger. The following accounts were passed upon and  ordered paid:  Mclntyre & McDonald $ 2-50  C. H. Flood, April salary ....  80 00  N. Lemieux, labor    24 00  Peter Boucher, labor .......      3 00  The chief of police was directed to  make a sanitary inspection of the city,  and an amendment by-law' to the  license by-law was brought up, for the  purpose of extending the time to two  years and a half for those hotels which  had allowed their licenses to lapse, in  which they could be renewed. This  will be further considered at a special  meeting of the council to be held this  (Saturday) morning.  The council then took up and considered the resolutions received from  the city council of Rossland, the purpose being to permit of the taxing of  railway property, as other property  holders are taxed, within the corporate  limits. The following resolution was  unanimously passed, and the clerk directed to transmit copies of the same  to the government and to G. A. Fraser,  M. L. A.:  To the Honourable, the Speaker and  Members of the Legislative Assembly  of the province of British Columbia, in  parliament assembled:  The humble petition of the municipal council of the corporation of the  City"of Phoenix, showeth:  Whereas, under Section 116 of the  Municipal Clauses Act, all cities in  corporated prior to the 21st day of  February, A. D. 1895, are empowered  to assess real property of a railroad  company, situate within the limits of  incorporated municipalities;  And Whereas,, under and by virtue  of the powers contained in such section the cities of Vancouver, Victoria,  and other coast cities incorporated  prior to said date, derive a very" eon -  siderable municipal revenue from the  taxation Of such railroad property;  And Whereas, this city is by virtue  of sub-section A of said section deprived of the privilege of assessing in  ike manner such railroad property  within the limits of the municipality:  And, Whereas, by reason of the tortuous course of the railways within the  limits of this municipality a large portion of land is thereby excluded from  municipal taxation; and the portion so  excluded will be made much larger by  the building of the V., V. & E. Railway into the city during, the present  year;  And, Whereas, a grave injustice is  done this municipality by sub-section  A, ol section 116, above referred to,  and a large portion of taxes which the  city ought to receive is diverted to the  uses of the province;  And, Whereas, it is advisable that  steps should be .taken to secure the repeal of said sub section;  Your Petitioners humbly pray that  your Honorable House will be pleased  to repeal sub-section A, of Section 116,  of the Municipal Clauses Act, being  Chapter 144 of the Revised Statutes of  Biitish Columbia;  And Your Petitioners as in duty  bound will ever pray, etc., etc., etc.  MR. RIORDAN WAS  IN COLORADO.  Tells of Atrocities by the State  Troops.  John Riordan, secretary of Phoenix  Miners' Union No. 8, returned Monday night from attending the annual  convention of the Western Federation  of Miners, held at Denver, .Colorado.  Mr. Riordan was in that suite when  the reign of mob law was at its height  in the Cripple Creek district, and talked  with a number of the union men who  were driven out of the district by orders of General Bell, who has figured  so much of late in that connection.  Mr. Riordan says that negotiations  had practically been completed for the  calling off of the strike when the explosion occurred at the Independence  <depul, by which a score or more lost  their lives, so that it would merely  have been playing into the hands of  their enemies had this been done by  the union men. But little of the true  state of affairs was allowed to get into  the papers by the military authorities,  and even in Denver the signed statement of the Federation was refused  publication by the daily press.  None of the accounts that have  leaked out in print regarding the ex  cesses of the military have been overdrawn, and in fact the half has not yet  been told. When the union men were  expelled from the Cripple Creek district, they were first robbed by the  soldiers, and their destitute families refused the necessities of life. As showing the sentiment of the people at large,  it is related that on Memorial Day in  Victor, General Bell, invited all the  members of secret and fraternal organ-  zations to parade with the state troops.  Not a single society accepted the invitation, nor did the veterans of the civil  war accept either, but in the afternoon  the latter and the secret societies gladly joined in the parade by the miners.  IT WILL COST  JUST $480,000  Price-of  the Brooklyn Group  of Claims.  Boundary Mining Notes  CASH   FIGURE  OF  PHOENIX   MINES  Expected ibat New Montreal and Boston  Consolidated Will Be Ready lo Beiln  Business is July.  Another New Building.  Valentine Carson is arranging to  erect a building, 25 x 60 feet in size on  the lot just east of "Jit' Hardy block,  on Dominion avenue, and has rented  it for two years to P. W. George, who  now conducts a large clothing stoie in  Greenwood. As soon as the building  is completed Mr. George intends to  put in a full stock here and conduct a  first class establishment.   *  It is said that Mr. George was one  of those who profited by the sale of  the famous Mollie Gibson1 mine, up  among the glaciers on the Slocan-Nel-  son divide, a few years ago. It is also  an interesting fact, m this connection,  that William Yolen Williams, of Phoenix, made the report on the property  on the strength of which' it was purchased.  Street Carnival at Grand Forks.  During the race meet at Grand  Forks, August 25th to 27th,it is proposed ' to hold a street carnival in  Grand Forks���something new, in this  section, at least. Directors so' far  chosen include M. R. Feeney, J. M  Ross, M. D. White, Peter Donaldson,  etc. , A chief feature of the carnival  will be the carnival queen, who is to  be selected after due consideration  frotii the candidates whose names will  be presented.  During the past week there have  been no new developments regarding  the consolidation which take.-, in the  Brooklyn groupjn this camp, but those  who seem to be in a position to know  assert that the matter will.be definitely  settled by the 10th of July at the latest,  and everything points to tbe deal being  a Successful one It is said that the  price at which th<* Brooklyn group will  be turned in to the underwriting syndi  cate for the Montreal and Boston Con  solidated Mining & Smelting Co., is  $480,000, in four payments of $r 20,000  each, and that one of these payments  has already bet n made. The other  mines, the Athlestan-Jackpot, Morrison,  three-fourths of the Emma, and the  Sunset, are put in, of course, at a much  less figure���the Brooklyn group being  the pivot around which the entire deal  revolves.  As has been noted, the new company has been incorporated in Canada  for $7,500,000, and it was given out  that the first meeting ot the members  of the new corporation was held this  wpek in New York city. A New York  paper, in commenting on the matter,  says the new company will have a working capital of $150,000, and that with  this splendid group of mines and an  already equipped smelter, "it expects,  within three months to be smelting  1,200 tons of ore per day day, at a net  profit of $2,500 per day, or a mining  profit of $917,000 per year. The ores  blocked out in the different mines at  present aggregate over one million  tons."  ���'-    '���*  All of which simply means that, in  a few weeks, at latest, there will be the  greatest activity on the Brooklyn hill,  where quietude has' reigned for three  years nearly, and that added prosperity  will be experienced in Phoenix.  On ibe Market.  The C.P.R. have now placed on the  market the Columbia & Western land  grant, extending from Coryell to Pen-  tiction. Those who claim to, know,  assert that there is a large area of excellent agricultural and timber lands  that can, bo obtained from the railway  company.  Grand I'orks Race Meet.  .The annualtace meet of the Grand  'orks Driving Park and Athletic  Association will be held this year on  August 25th, 26th and 27th. Some  $3,000, it is stated, will be offered in  prizes, and the secretary has already  received enquiries from Calgary, Spokane, Walla Walla, Pincher Creek, Col-  ville, etc., regarding the event. An  important event will be the Grand  Forks derby, distance seven-eighths of  a mile, for the Seagram cup and $300  additional.  Issued 18 Licenses  This week the semi-annual meeting  of the board of license commissioners  for the Boundary Creek License District was held at Grand Forks on Wednesday. On the recommendation of  Chief Licence Inspector Dinsmore, renewals were granted to 22 applicants,  three new licenses were granted, three  were'. granted conditionally and one,  by W. H. Dinsmore for the Globe  hotel, Fourth of July cr^ek, was refused. The new licences granted were  for L. A. Manly for the Copper Plate  hotel, Summit, to C, K, Simpson for  the Wayside hotel, near Columbia, and  to J. A. Bertois, for the,B. C, hotel at  Cascade.  Customs Office Hanging Fire.  Chief Inspector Mc Michael;*, of the  Canadian customs, did not visit Phoenix some weeks ago, as promised by  the department,, when strong representations were made for the establishment of a custom house here. Instead  he wrote to the offices at Grand Forks  and Greenwood, and discovered that  in the two places during the year 1903  there were dutiable goods imported to  Phoenix of a value of $31,065, on  which duty to the amount of $7,357.-  77 was collected. All but $148.70 of  this duty was collected at Grand Forks,  showing how far astray i.s the statement that Greenwood is so close to  Phoenix that no custom house is needed here. In addition to the dutiable  goods entered for Phoenix, there were  This month the Providence expects  to have an output of five cars of ore.  The diamond drill, in use on the  Bruce claim, at Midway, is now in  nearly 100 feet.,  It is reported that the improvements  being made by the B. C. Copper Co.  are being paid for .out of the profits.'  During May, in addition to shipping  some 46,000 tons of ore, 232 feet of  new development work was done at the  Granby mines.  W. A. Harkin and some of the Volcanic capitalists from Michigan, made  a visit of inspection to the. Iron Clad,  in Wellington camp, last Sunday.  It has been decided to blow out two  of the six furnaces at the Granby smelter about the first of July, to permit  putting on a new roof to the furnace  room.  Some beautiful ore is being exhibited from a late find in the Mavis by  Messrs. Kane and Trainner. They  are much encouraged in their preliminary development work. ''  As soon as Manager Shallenberger  returns from Minneapolis, development is to start on the Moreen, Dead-  wood camp, recently purchased "by  Minneapolis capitalists. ���  Messrs. Miller and Armstrong, who  recently bonded the Barbara, in Mayor  Naden's back yard, at Greenwood,  have put a force of men at work. The  showing is said to be good.  President S. H. C. Miner, of the  Granby Co., is expected to arrive in  the Boundary the latter part of the  month, on his annual trip of inspection  of the properties of the company.  Last month at one time 446 men  were on the payroll at the Granby  mines, the highest in the history of the  property. The number employed now  is somewhat less for the time being.  Work is now proceeding underground at the Mother Lode mine,  where it is understood that the ore is  of better grade than in the open quarries. The force of men employed at  this property continues Jo average 100  men.  F. D. Tower, of a Marquette, Mich.,  smelter, and L. C. Barlow, an engineer  of the same place, arrived in the Boundary Sunday, and are making headquarters at the Volcanic mine, while  making examinations of the properties  in this section.  It is said that the Iron Clad, 'Wellington camp, is showing up better than  ever this week, the pre being almost  identical with that of the Athelstan. A  flattering offer for the claim was refused this week by tbe owners, Messrs.  Rumberger, Porter and Farrell.  A.J. McMillan, managing director  of'., the LeRoi and Snowshoe companies, cabled to the old. :country recently that work was beginning on the  Great Northern branch to Phoenix,  which would give this camp access ^to  the Northport smelter, and admit of  Snowshoe ore being treated there.  NOW HAVE  250 MEN  Burns & Jordan Are   Doing  Business.  ON   GREAT NORTHERN TO  PHOENIX  Work op tbe New Railway Being Opened Up  As Fait As Possible���Done In October  Nwc.  Boyles Bros, have completed their  diamond drilling contract at the Volcanic mine, and have removed the outfit lo Orient, Wash. The officials of  the Volcanic who recently visited the  property, from Michigan, are ' said to  have been so pleased-'with the showings that the payments on the bond  are likely to be met on time. If this  is done, it will give no small impetus  to North Fork properties.  free  P.  for  _joods to the value of $;,8So  oenix entered at Grand Forks.  If Hon. William Paterson, minister  of customs at Ottawa, thinks that the  people of Phoenix- are giving up the  fight for the location of a custom  house here, he will find himself mistaken. As a matter of fact, we are  only just getting warmed up to the  subject, and the- figures published  serve, to make the need of such an  office here more plain.  Odd Fellows Elected Officers.  Snowshoe Lodge No. 46,1. O. O. F.,  has elected the following officers: Noble  grand, Alex Milkie; vice grand, Arthur  S. Williamson; treasurer, Tom Johnson; recording .secretary, George R.  Mead;'permanent financial secretary,  William Delahay.  The installation of officers will occur  on the 14th of July at Grand Forks,  when a joint installation of the new  officers of tlie three lodges of this order in the Boundary���including Gateway lodge of Grand Forks, and Boundary Valley lodge of Greenwood.���  At the last'installation the three lodges  inducted officers at Phoenix.  Latest Prices in Metals.  New York���-Copper, electrolytic, $12.-  50 <$W 112*^ ; lake, $12.62@f 12.75  Bur Silver, 55.'4  Lead, $4.<��5.  Burns& Jordan, whoarebuilding nine  miles of Great Northern  to Phoenix  1  at this end, now have a force of about  250 men on their pay roll, and are  putting more on as fast as they can be  used to advantage. Camps 2 and 3  are now fully established, and will  each soon have larger forces at work.  Ed. Burns, the senior member of the  firm, arrived from Spokane a few days  ago, and will be in the forefront from  now on. A number small contractors  have taken station work and started in,  and the contractors say that they think  they will be done some time in October.  Railway Notes.  The first monthly payday on the  railway will be on the 20th of July.  John Lane has secured a contract  for something like two miles of grading along Fourth of July creek.  Grading from the crossing of the  North Fork of Kettle river to the  Granby smelter, will be finished in a  month.  Joe Trombley has secured a contract for clearing a mile or two of right  of way, and will also make several  thousand ties.  The Grand Forks News-Gazette  states that there are now over 500 men  employed on the new line within ten  miles of that city.  Greenwood people now make short.  pilgrimages to Phoenix to see real, live  railway graders at work.    Greenwood's  turn will-tome next.  Antonio Scarpelli, a well known  veteran m railway contracting, has taken  a mile of heavy rock work from Burns  & Jordan, adjoining that of Pat  Hughes.  It is said that between   30  and 40  cars of black and giant powder will be  used, by the-contractors in their  blast- .  ing operations  between  Grand Forks  and Phoenix.  P. Burns & Co., who have the meat  contract for the  railway  contractors, -  have established a butcher shop a mile  and a   half below   Midway,   on   the  American side.  The bridge over the C. P. R. line  and over the North Fork of Kettle  river,and smelter dam, will be about  1,000 feet long. Porter Bros, will  build this and all other bridges and  trestles.  Residents of the Okanogan are jubilant over the commencement of construction work by the Great Northern,  as they can see the line headed their  way. By the engineers th'at have of" '  late been over there, it would seem  that there i.s reason for their belief.  Pat Hughes, who has a mile and .  one-half of the stiffest rock work on  the entire new line, as part of the  Burns & Jordan contract, has built a  warehouse in Phoenix, and is rapidly '  getting things in shape to make the  rock fly.  V--1:;'  ���it*"- ���."..'���������'���  A'i'l  If  i-i\T,'  ..#  4  t  jtf'  mft  ���:^..^��^V..V.:^���i���^���l\i^iv?V^���-:������^-.���?i���^* THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Li  ft*J  is-'i'i  Hi  'A  M  BE  c/tHnL ���a/eCa^im'^r  '��Os  I Air Compressors    :    Rock Drills?  <Y/fLaJ% Mnua/  we, fredJz  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  **! RE, LI KE, ACC DKNT.  Conimiai-ioiitr for tnkliig Atflilurlu.-''  ';.  Phoenix, B. c.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  Branch Offices aud Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND  VANCOUVER,  B.C. i  )V4|>%^-V'l>%'^%/%%%''V'''''��''V%^  The Phoenix Pioneer *menttookahandin tb  And Boundary Mining; Journal  IUOED ON SATURDAYS BV T1IK  PIONEER PUBLrSH I N�� CO.  horrible affair and dealt out strict justice to all.  We notice by a coast exchange that  counterfeit silver dollars that are of  different origin from the lx>gus quarters  and halves alleged to come from China,  are flooding the Sound country.    The  B. C MINING  The mines of the Slocan City  division have shipped 642 tons this  year.  LeRoi No.2 has declared a dividend  counterfeit dollars are slightly thicker    r    ���   . ��������� , , ,*  ,  .      . . of one shilling per share,  payable on  thnn  anr\n   mnnaiv    4nH   lh*�� mill,../.   **wl a   k *     ���*  AT PHOBXIX, ��. C.  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  Taleohanr i i Business office .Vo. 14  No. ij.  SDBSC��IPTJOJCS IN AHVANCK.  rCTTcST. ��� _.. Jj.oo  ���l> Months.   _ i.jj  Ii you are not�� subscriber to this paper, this  Is an infiUUon lo vou to become our.  u  Advertlaing rates furnished on application.  I^gal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one mouth's  ���drertlsins;.  than good money, and the milling and  engraving are not so clear cut as in  good coins. It should be remembered  1 however, that two big iron cartwheels  will still pay for the leading family  journal of the Boundary for twelve  long months. This fact should be of  interest to a number of our readers.  ~0  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Horrific���Now that the American  warships have taken after the Morocco  brigands, a horrific slaughter of red  adjectives may be expected. ��� Montreal Star.   - ;"  1904  JUNE.  1904  Sn. Mm.  T��M. Wei Thy  hi  S��t.v  \  1   - ,2  3  4 '  5*  6  7      8      9  10  11 '  ' 12 13  ' 14  J*5    l6'  V  18  , 19" 20  21      22'    23  '24'  25  j��6. jy  28 '   29     30  * '  ,  It seems to have^been an exceedingly  sharp pointed tack that the little Jap  fixed for the Russian bear to sit down  on.  Money is powerful, even in politics.  Possibly Senator Hewitt "Bostock  could tell something about it if he  tried.  Both Are Curios���When it comes  to brains the little brown man has the  bear so badly beaten that Kufopat,  must think Kuroki a curio.���Vancou-  ver World.  July 1 st.  The talk of building the concentrating ' plant at Kaslo is again revived. . ��� ,  LeRoi's Northport smeller is supposed to be closed indefinitely after  July 1st. "  The Kingston group of claims, in  the Camborne camp, has been sold for  $200,000.  An important strike is reported from  the already rich Rambler-Cariboo in  the Slocan.  D. C. Corbin has foreclosed his  mortgage on the Iron Mask mine at*  Rossland.  Ten feet of rich galena ore has been  discovered in the "Old Williams"work-  �� CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  t~  �� SHOES AND DIES  (0  Q     RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co.,.Ltd.  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  R. B. KERR,  Harkistkr ano Souciior,   notary public.  PHOENIX, li. C.  O.U'.KUMHl.KdKH,  stilt, turv.  Same Sensation���The man who  has sued John Houston for criminal  libel, may before he gets through ex  perience the same sensation as the individual who stole a red hot stove.���  Cranbrobk Herald.    ,  Accept Nuggets ��� Someone has  said'that a man can do what he ought  to do. This is not strictly correct. We  ought to collect some subscription bills  that have been due for some time,' but  we ,can't.���Popiar Nugget.  No ��� Relations ��� Perdicaris, - the  Moroccan bandit, should not be confounded with' Peritonitis. They are  really no relations^ while the latter is a  second cousin of the well known A. P.  Pendicitis.���Victoria Progress.  ings at the North S'ar mine.  The Mountain Lion mine, at Republic, has a contract" to 'furnish the  Granby smelter with 2,coo tons of  ore. ,  Manager A.H. Tuttle of the Broken  Hill Company, Ymir, reports that the  Wilcox mine never looked better than  at the present time.  The Silver Glance in the Lardeau,  owned by Ed.JMcLepd.._Geo. Walm-  sley, Jack Thompson and Mike Kerlin,  has been bonded for $10,000.  The Star clain adjoining the May  and Jennie on 49 creek,has been bonded to tbe Canadian Smelting Works'.  The consideiation named is $25,-  000.  THE PIONEER  You should if ycu don't. It gives the new*  of the Eoundary. It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  The construction of the new railway  is already having a stimulating affect  upon the owners of mining properties  along the line.  Itcannot-be said now that-either  the C. P. R. or the Great Northern  are asleep in the Boundary. It bids  fair to be a neck and neck race for  business.  Speculating���A question has arisen  in the east as to whether clergymen  may speculate If so the nc\t question  to be settled in many communities is  will be as to what the clergymen are to  Speculate with.���Spokesman-Review. -  PROVINCIAL.  ��-  When the C. 1\ R. really "gets a  move on" something i.s-bound to drop.  Keep your ear to the ground, and listen for rumblings from the Boundary,  in this connection.  One must be careful to die in Vancouver at a time when the funeral will  not come on Sunda", as the health  Trail will have a Dominion Day  celebration.  Nelson has mised over $1,700 for a  Dominion Day celebration.  Sandon i.s to have an aerie of Frat.  ernal Order of Eagles shortly.  Letters patent have been issued incorporating Ladysmith as a city.  As a result of the Toronto fire, insurance rates at Vancouver have been  increased 25 to 50 per cent.  Vernon has heen having, its  muni-  mm   ���,_    r ,.   .    .    . .   ,     ' c'pal troubles, as aldermen   will not  committee of that citv has dec sired   .���   . ,   j   ,    ��� "*,   ,  ������ro.-..cf c. a    c        ��� ' '      mei to ��do business regu ar v.  against Sunday funera.i. 0      .  August t��< U Hie date set for John  Houston to begin aoiniflg dollars  by  converting his Nelson Tribune from $  weekly to a-daily.  Provincial land taxes for the current  term are being [jaid into the local  offices. Those nho wish to take advantage of the rebate must pay before  June 30th.  The following grand lodge officers of  the British Columbia Oddfellows were  Wealth Was Rewarded.  Mr, Hewitt Bostock, who first came  inlo prominence, in British Columbia  through the ease with which he became  separated from his inherited wealth,  has secured the coveted senatorship.  Ther were three applicants for the exalted'office���Dr. Sinclair, of Rossland,  who is literally covered with scars received in fighting battles for the Liberal party; G. O. Buchanan,, who only  had brains to recommend him, and  Hewitt Bostock, who spent his money  like a prince for the party which gathered him in. Dr. Sinclair's wounds  were contemptuously- ignored; the refusal of G. O. Buchanan shows that  the Laurier government has no use for  men of bminsj but Sir Wilfrid evidently felt that he owed a" debt of gratitude  to the man who had wasted his sub.  stance in the interests of the party.  Therefore, Hewitt Bostock carried oft*  the prize, while Dr. Sinclair and G. O.  Buchanan were not even honorably  mentioned.���Nelson Economist.  The Swlat ol ihe Sea.    "  Irene MaeColl.  Ah, the tossing old ocean,  The swing of the sea,���  The salt of the marshes  Forever for me!  See yon foam crested billow,  That ship sailing past,  Hear the shouts of the sailois,  The creak of the mast!  And that cloud to the eastward���  The gale it will bring!  'Twill give us'a cempest,  The gull's on the wing!  See the omen-fraught petrels  Alight on the mast, .  Then wheel madly round  Ere the storm wind had passed!  The tow'ring gray cliffs  lying  far on  our lee,���  The tossing old ocean, wild, boundless and, free!  See the waves race and swirl on  the  "shore far away���  And the fisherman's boat out afloat  in the bay!  The' cfy~of the curlew,  The gull's warning call;   ���.  The waves tossing seaward���  I    The cliffs stem and tall!  [ O, take ev'ry mountain, each river and  lake;  Your valleys and prairies���all, a'l of  them lake!���  But give me the ocean;  The swing of the sea,        -   '  The salt of the, marshes  Forever for me!  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Oia^s-WillMtiuh Block,cor. ,,  l'hst nml Olil IroiulilcsAve   I HOKNIX, B. C  KingEdwardLbdge,No36  A. V. aiiil A. M.  Kryiilm coii>iiiiiiiirnli<.ii8ii n,     c ���  r ml TlmiMlny ofcach mniitli '    '  1 II ���-IK'-Ill lllt-l I lllJIknhriltM -Main..'  I'MI.Morrinoii.AiMlersoiilii" ���"  W.O.FUA8KK '  W.M.  PlIOICNIX AKKIK  NO. I5J.  Jlcctlugs on j/,i,lB.  ""W.iii.. Miners''  UuIjii Hail.  ViltllliiK   Uellneu  coidlaiij liiiuci.  BOBIMIO. u. Ii,|-,CI.. WM .|,u,MlM!i Set.v  I. O. O. F.  SNOW.MIOH I.OI)c;K NO..|6  Meets miij Mcrndny l-icnJiltf  at   iUrdy   ,|al,  VMtlug lin.llK.rii coullally fiivitul.  IV. S. Cckik, N. <;.  U1.0. R. SIkai). Krc. Bec'y  ������    A-*��. WiLLiAiibOK.l'ei.Wn.Ee'cy.  For All Purposes.  For mines, insideor outside service, for  IiHgeinj; Roads, for cuntructors.   Con-  ���,. I.,. , ,, veuient to operate, ouick ami powerful,  qi.i-k ilolivery, fu|.y Kmiiantwil, any ��i,e,  ��nv .ujiiiml Ivpo, imv width of unlike,  Willi or wnliimi tenders. ��� HUlLTUV ���  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  IlK'soenjjim-s miy h.' s en in s��iviiviu tli.- mini's of lir.iiilii- Co.. I'lioenix, B. C.  0<><H><>0<><K><>0-0-0 OOOOO-O-O-OOOOO Q-  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ^OREGON  SHOI{rLrNE  and union Pacific  ONLY LINK EAST  Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.   .  StynmsliipiiVkels to Ku rope and other  foii-isii cum:trios. . ���  f.caic  Daily  Spokane Tliin- Schedule.   jWnllve Nov. 11 looj  Arrlics  Dully  The Leading' Weekly  0/ the Boundary.  Sued by Mis Doctor.  Business men of the Boundary, who  have been waiting three or four years  for good times, are now beginning to  receive their reward. It w, indeed, &  long lane thut has no turn.  "."A doctor here  hxs sued me for  12.50, which I claimed was excessive  for a case ol cholera morbus," says R.  Dells and Hesperus Resuming.  The lietts &  Hesperus mine,  on  Hanly mountain,  is  preparing  to resume active operations on  the arrival  of   the   air   compressor   and    other  machinery shipped  fioni  Chicago by  Burt Rue, manager of the company,  who went east several   months ago to  make the purchase.    Mr.   Rae i.s  expected in Grand Forks in a few days,  as is also the machinery, which will be  installed at qnce,    Harry  Shaffer, the  forema.il at the mine,Ms getting  every,  thing in readiness for the start, and ip  a short time work will be carried on on  an extended scale.    The property is a  promising one, and on the completion  of the Grand Forks to I'hoenix branch  of the  V.,  V.   &   E.,   will  have ur-  excelled  shipping  facilities, as an ore  shoot can be constructed 'at  little expense from the mine  to the railway.  The properly is only four  miles from  Published in the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of Uritisli Columbia.  In I903  7.Jl��.ni. FAST .\XAn.-T,. ���,���! rrom ~  Coeur li'AIenedliiti let, Vnrin.  iiiCloti Garfield . olfiix. Pull.  J!"'. ���Moscow, ���Pomeroy.  WaitHbiiitr, U.iyion. W a 1 la  Walla, Pen 1 etoii.Riilcer city  nml nil points wa��t. o .- ��� _.'������  1 30 P..,,. ��XPKMSS-Fw riri'.-.'hiii'on    ���� P' m  Omfictd. Colfur.   IMlinia,,,  Jloseow,r.ewlsloii, Portland  ��� Sail iTaiicinco, Maker Ully  .,;"'"��.I'"'IH�� MAST.  K-JI'KKSS-Kroii, M ,���,,,���,  Ham, Halter City, San Kran-  ,   clhco, J'.iriland, Colfax, Car-  �����xee,.i s��1fd.y"      ",,r".,"!t,,"- "'Mo.-ui.  SIIOHTI.LVBTO GAUFOKMA.  Kim Kiniifisco-I'ortJaiiil Route.  SlenmerHM.il Horn Aluwoilli clock. Portland  H |> in ...���l r.o,,, spear hlreel ivl.arh SiiiFraii."  cis(.o ��l ion. 111. every liiedayn. n����ir����-  Tickets ou hale at nil S. V & N. staliom  J'or fuilliei liinirmation a�� lo rate*   hmr of  lraiiise<|i.iiMiiciil,etc..nddres�� '  GKO. J. MOIII.HR.Cener.1 Agent,  Kivemile A\e.. Spokane. Wash  White,   of Coachella   Cal.    "At thel Grand Forks and  'is   owned  by  tlie  trial he praised his medica   sk     and  1} ffe , u ,,- ���     ��� ,  ������������----��� "u Belts & Hesperus Mining Company of  We are informed that the Dominion  . surplus this year, under a beneficent  Liberal government is   over fourteen  million dollars, and some persons are  shortsighted enough to ����eri that th.sj ���*>"���^������- ^ateiiows were  is because th, nt*u ����>;., M_ J| elected at tbe convention ��'hich closed  At Rossland last week: Grand  ma#er,  is because the Libeials ate in jiower at  Ottawa. Otliers say, and with reason,  that the surplus exists in spite of Liberal rule.  T.  V,  Neelands, Vancouver^- .(Jepjuty  grand master, D, E, Mackenzie," New  H'estminster;  grand  wflrden,    F.  E.  It must be highly interesting to Wil- si,nPson�� Cranbrook; grand Sflcrpfary,  liam Fleet Robertson, provincial  min-lr,ed Davey' Victoria; grand trt&smr,  eralogist, to note the unanimity of the j ThomaSi ^mbIe^n'ri Rosslandj grand  prowncial press to devote faint praise *"1""'���i'"'- " '  to his report for 1903, recently issued.  They all agree, however, that it is &  beautifully printed document, and it  should be^ from the time occupied in  medicine. I asked him if it was not  Chamtjeil^in'!? Cglic Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy ))e iis^f a�� I had  good reason to believe it was, aiid"i)e  would not say under oath that it was  not." No doctor could use a better  remedy than this in a case of cholera  morbus, it never fails. Sold by all  druggists.      '  Chicago.  the entiie I'oundniy shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was leduced by  UOIMAM" SHELTERS  I'hoenix camp alone shipped j3o,or.o 1011s of ore  last year.  The I'iuneer is piil.j'hhed eyety.Sjittitd.iy and  and is bent to any pan ol Caniila 01 the United  Slates liir  Spokane Falls  &  NotthetnKy.  &2��00  OLLA  Pp^ID^.  per ycai���01 the test of the woild for $3.00  per  v��ar.    It give- the  ��.2. ft' r'1'1 l'"10 I'^wPen points  east, wei-t ami south t0 Rowland. Nel-  so.i, (,r,iii,| loiks nml Kepublic.  Milli-t fum rim between Spoka  N''rili|)oit.  Spokane unci  ���'���'': ECTIVK JUNK I4.I9TJ.  S -"' " '���'       Spokane     ,; k'J"  ,V"   "  K��.-MiiihL. ......      Vis ii  7-^u-i   ill       .V.-Uihi '',  P  ���ojm.  m        rirna fcr. 7 "< p. in  * i7n in    '���run   Kork�� 4.00 c m.  11 '" Kepnlillc 614 p.m.  In CoNNncnoN -With  Latest and'llost  Reliable News  representative, H. B. Gilmour, Vancouver. The next place of grand lodge  mMing will be at Ladysmith.  its execution.  Tittova Fro^ 4 Wgfgn-  Mr. George K. Babcock \vas thrown  (row his wagon and severely bruised.  rn,nr!1jn caamt! t,x. ,.    .   ,' He Sppfed Chamberlain's  Pain Balm  Colorado seems to be a paradise for freejy kd ��ys it ,'.s the  best lininient  ?r the lawless, disguised as skte govern- lie eyer used.    Jfo. feb^oock js a well  ment oflicicais.    The atrocities conv known ��hiz$p ,of Nprtjj  Pl^irj,   (Coflrj,  mitted there last week in the name of  1^cre '* "��tbing eqqa'l to Pain  f^alm  martial law, on defenceless miners and for Spr?"s *��* *������%   }* v51'1 fife*  Czar.   It is time the. Federal govern-1 all druggists.  Smoothness is well enough if you  don't get a reputation for it.  The extra sleep obtained by the use  fjfa mqsquito canopy is a net gain.  Everything comes to tyirq \\\fo waits,  but this dosen't include books that have  been borrowed.  f  There are some people w'jq not only  lose their own time witl) tljejr tipuble'^  but take up trie time ofqthers telling  them.  Ferule Disaster S��ft-  Five test damage suits against tlje  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., represent-  Wg 7.3 Wtims Of a similar nature are  .up b^e /ustipe  MflFtip if,  tj}<-- supreme Court at Nelson for jr'a!.. f^ese  7J cases represent aggregate claiins q[  $698,909.    Besses, these there are i��  actions, which hay? ju���� bean  iftarfed,  again��t the company and there is peeing an application to have them added to the original list, which  will probably be done this week. ...... so,., ���   ..  this will   make  01   pending cases  '"'"'p"*.���"'"���"'"���"b, 't orgremc, oil, nm, etc.  ,        , '       F*="u'"o   ^"!>l-'>   Iiivniuable lot mechaiiici, farmers, sportsmen  .W<f AIM?- a total damage claim of over ?J?��,s2"i,.>.l5.��" [fS.i',i?r.??Jll0.r �����!".a(^- Libert  ^890,95.3.   'Fhe suits, are for damages  911 acc9unt of the deaths ^^st'9%rj  on May 23, 1902, by the explosion >n  Nos.2 and 3 collieries of the coal creek  W?)P$ ��?ft?r Fernie, B. C,  which re-  sultedint^ic deaths,  qf iaij miners,"  .only 1; pf trapse in the frorl{ings ~es.-  of Bou daiy Mines and Smelteis.     Il is feailess  and independent, and aims to he  DOWN TO DAT0.  Youi suhsciiption can begin a: any time  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ���TitE��rMflk?T^R lytECHANIC'S PUKK  IAK bOAP liea.x ami soiteim the nkln, wlille  PHOENBM^ B. ���.  t-O^-O-Q-OO-Q-O- OOO O-OQ- CKH>O��<H><KK>0  TICKETS   to   Afl   Points  SHORT LINK  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis  Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS KAST.  Seattle, Victoriajacoma, Portland,  AND ALL PACIFIC COiST  POINTS.  Tlirniiph PjilnrcanilTou-iPl Sleopcrp.  "miiijj uikI Huin.-t SmukiiiK I-ihrmy.  2 Fast Trains  Daily 2  For rnTi'8 ami folilers ami full information rr-KiiidiiiK tiips rail on or nddroBB  �����ny ajn-nt of i|,e s. p. & jy. ]{Hihvflv or  '/V,:I'",|i?0S' I'- Bicixnr.  �� ''��� *'���*-. C.V.AT.A.,  p w��Bi,.    7��*-��:W<i'.-.��:r  Toilet Soai, Co. Mfrs Montreal.  Coras Grow Between tbe Toes.  But can b,Q ^jurqd without pain in  one day by Putijam'g (lam and Wutt  Extractor. ' This standard remedy!  never burns the' fiesh|���it is entirely  vegetable in composition and does not  Gmwl ForHs,  Phoenix  ��ihS Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J   V KOYUK  Proprietoi.  Keg inline liuie 1st, leave (ireemvocxl at 6 a.n'  nntl l>lioen:x nl 7 30 a.m ; arrive nt Crand Fori  lo.-joa. 111.,leave Grand Korku3:45 |i.m.,nrr(vlni.  J^'HSf'l1* ?H:".'.. ��ml lireenwood nt 8. i>. m  Fare-CfttnW l'orli* Ib'P.'ioeniK/'lJ Sbi filioeinx  80 Orrenwood, soc-drteilU-oodHoS'lioenrx, tl o   . ... .,��,.,...ww ��..v. uv^ua nui   GreriTOOd to Ot 11 nil Fork?, Jj'r OihceTii "Green  destroy the flesh.   Use only Putman's   Ti-^o No��I,e'" Te,'"K'*��pii ��n"ct. in'i'hoc  :.��.. A.L u���l y 11 ��������� lH,*'�����.'-?��e DI��S- ��. Smith,  m Grand J'orU  it's the best.  office, in'l'hot  I rfiiZi'iiZ' "i"- ��� �������"��� " Grand J'orkv  Jiteltocrofficf ��eS-  F��r "PreS' rate*'' U<3ulrr  J. I I  CUT SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at Citv  Clerk's Office.  70MV. Uiversidf,  PfS:::  SANITARIUiW, Arrow Lake, B,C.  4&$  |,BP.  -���    -��.^t-,v-.  ��,���< Df*"���" 'r'le ,l10'11 Perfrcly nppolnt ���     c   th  111;��^Wi "fg'S '�� ,,le West, Willi a  if* ��r Batlm-includiiiff Turkish an I  '"*J' 0JPf'"l,��yenr lonml. The curative  properties of its Wnlemnre unequaled.  calu ���f?Jibf��lX "'"""tl--. Nervou, nud Mini-  ail"im-nVs?","f "*" Ki(,"ey- ���T'!v�� ����<' Stoniacli  Sy8tcr|i!'"ll"n"l"K��" Me*��"lePol��aini from the  ���T',e Rrandeiir 0  Mom '  boat!..  tennis.    ,  mildn-ua,  t 'J  '����  .vJX  i T^K!icM&i^^  Authentic "Slatef*  There is only one  Slater Shoe* It is  branded with  three words, "The Slater  Shoe," in a slate frame*  No other shoe by any name  without the .slate frame is  a real  THE OBSERVATORY  TlllNOS TlLKKD Ot   AT  llOMK AMI KLSEWHEKE  r  For Men  $4.00  $5.00  For Women gg  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., Ltd.  Phoenix, B. C.  When the hew Montreal & Boston  Consolidated people finally get their  deal through, and the Brooklyn group  is working, as in days of James Breen,  Phoenix will undoubtedly be the best  mining camp in British Columbia. It  has been often said that the Granby  mines were the backbone of the Boundary and of course of Phoenix, but  that when the Brooklyn group was  working there would be a good chance  for the average man of- ability to lay  up something for a rainy day. This  time is evidently now getting closer  and closer.  **  ���Where there is so much smoke  there must be some fire, and many believe that, while particulars from reliable sources regarding the Brooklyn  deal are hotyet available, the deal is  an assured success, which another  month or two will amply prove. As  another straw we reprint the following  dispatch which was published last Saturday from New York:  J. Peck McSweyn, poet, philosopher  and friend, known in every newspaper  office in British Columbia, has made an  other move in his peripatetic orbit. He is  now injecting life into the columns of  the new Ymir Herald, and as his  ebullitions are wisely edited, ihey' add  to the brightness of that excellent  weekly.  DOCTOR ADVOCATED OPERATION  '     -PE-RU-NA MADE KNIFE  UNNECESSARY.  Pool* U��e Washes anil Snuffs  Thinking perhaps they will cure-  catarrh,���but no one ever heard of a  genuine cure following such senseless  treatment. There is just,one prompt  and thorough cure for catarrh ai\d that  is fragrant healing Catarrhozone which  goes right to the root of the trouble.  It destroys the germs, heals the in-,  flamed membranes and cures any  case no matter how obstinate or long  standing. "I experimented for years  with Catarrh remedies, but found  Catarrhozone the most rational and  satisfactory," writes W. J. Mac-  Eachern of Waterville. "It cured me  for all time."' For a sure cure use only  Catarrhozone. Complete outfit $i.oo;  trial size 25c.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made'in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  ttlnili gives Pei feet Work in tlieali6rh'!-t  time with ilit* [neatest ease of operation.  Write Tor Catalogue.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  S PALACE LIVERY STABLES  'ihe best established and regulated hostehy in the lioun-  daiy.    U'e ate 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 Coal promptly delivered.    Large  Stock of Dry Wood.  "The .Montreal & Boston Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company  has been incorporated in Canada, an  underwriting syndicate, including local  bankers, taking $5,000,000 of the  $6,500,000 stock issued, turning over  as consideration most of the Mock of  seveial British Columbia mines. The  syndicate includes Vice President  Loomis of the National City bank, A.  B. Leach, .Munroe fr Munioe, also F.  P. Ward of Philadelphia." ���  ���    mi! '  The Pioneer is in ""receipt of the  1904 issue of the Copper Handbook,  published by Horace J. Stevens, of  Houghton, Michigan. This year the  volume is larger and more comprehensive than any previous issue, and covers  the copper industry of the world most  thoroughly, from the earliest days to  the present, with statistics and tables  of various kinds, relating tb^jopper in  all ages and times. It is believed that  no one is better qualified to write on  this subject than Mr. Stevens, which  is testified toby the standing of the  work. In the book the Grarjby Co. is  given three pages, the B. C. Copper  Co. a page and the Montreal & Bos-  tou Co. a page. Anyone having any  interest in copper mining will find the  book well worth securing.  WANTED.  Special representative in this and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established business  house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly, with expenses advanced each Monday by check direct  from headquarters. Expenses advanced; position permanent. We furnish  everything. Address The Columbia,  630 Monon Bldg., Chicago 111.    i8-6t  PLAISANCE & MUNRO  Contracted and Builders.  0000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Full Line of Hard Woods.  <>   Shop on Dominion Avenue     ''  Phoenix Home Brewed  A pencil mark here ,  is a reminder that vour subscription to this paj)< r is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.  The Relief Valve.  He sat at bis door at noonday,  Lonley and glum and sad;  The flies were buzzing about him,  Led by a bugle winged gad.  NoJ a customer darkened his portal,,  Nor a sign of business, was there;  But the flies^kept right on   buzzing  About the old man's hair.  At last in misery he shouted:  "Great Scott!I'm covered with flies;"  And the zephyr that toyed wi'h   his  whiskers said:  "Why don't you advertise?"  Mrs. Eva Bartho, 183 "East 12th strcot,  New York City, N. Y., -writes:  "I suffered for three years with leucor-  rhea and ulceration of lhowo::ib. The  doctor advocated tin operation which 1  dreaded very much, and strongly objected to go under it. Now I am a chanced  woman. Peruna cured mej it too!: nice  bottles, but I felt so much improved J  kept taking it, as I dreaded an operation  so much. I am to-day in perfee t health  ind have not felt so well for fifteen  rears"."���Mrs.Eva Bartho.  It is no longer a question as to whether  Peruna can be relied on to cure all such  cases. During the many years In which  Peruna has been put to test in all forms  and stages of acute and chronic catarrh  no one year has put this remedy to great  cr test than the past year.  If all the women who are suffering  with any form of female weakness would  write to Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio  and give him a complete description ot  their symptoms and the peculiarities ol  their troubles, he will immediately reply  with complete directions for treatment,  ;ree of charge.  Address.Dr. Hartman, President ot  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,  Ohio.  w  LAGER  BEER  Brewed by a home institution, has proven  the test and has made a  Host of Friends  w ho testify to its Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JUUUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Mclntyre & McDonald.  Knob Hill Ave.,       "'Mr        Phoenix, B. C.  ������������������������������������������������������*�������������������������������������������������������*���������������������  ������������������  !P;Burns&Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  a  ��� '  0  ��� :  ���  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOODi B.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  C.  ....lobaled tail tet flerctats.:  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.  ��� ������������������������������������������������������� �����i*ii����tti*M(t*it����������*  ���������������������  Stage  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  '���������,-    DAILY.    -  Leave Phoenix ac 10 a. 111.    .'Arrive Greenwood at 11 a.  Arrive        M 4.30 p.m.    Leave       '" 3 p.  ���i:^i;.       JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  in.  111.  "Ilave you  ever noticed,"' said an  old timer iu this camp to the Observer  this week, "how rarely it is that a good  man is continued as superintendent of  a large mine for.any number  o(  years  in British Columbia?   If you will look  back, you will recall that nearly all the  large   mines   of   this   province  have  changed superintendents several times  during the transformation of the properties  from    prospects  to producing  and paying mines.    But it Is different  in the case of the  Granby   Co..   Mr.  W. Y. Williams took hold of the properties here shortly after the Miner-  Graves syndicate obtained control, and  for more than six years he has had entire charge of the development,, which  has been carried on with such acknowledged and conspicuous success up to  the present.   And now, of course, as  is well known, Mr.- Williams is about  to give up active connection  because  of his health."  Neuralgic Headache Is Usually  Attended with blinding pain, but  relief comes quickly when Nerviline is  applied, for it is the strongest pain reliever in the world. "I consider Nerviline a most magical.remedy for neuralgia. "I am subject to violent attacks"  writes Mrs. E. G. Harris of Baltimore,  "but never worry if Nerviline is in the  house. The prompt relief that Nerviline brings makes it priceless to me.  A few applications never yet failed to  kill tlie pain. I can also recommend  Nerviline for stiffness in the joints and  rheumatism." Try Nerviline yourself.  Price 25.  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  Dividend No. 89.  Latest Mining  Stock Quotations,  ASKED  RID  AmericaiiBoy .....        2W  Ben Slur        21I  2 .  ��� 7  Black Tail        3  2  Canadian Gold Fields        4^  3  Cariboo, Camp SIcK (ex-tliv.)         2  Center Star..:        36  20  Deuoro Mines       23  20  Kairvietf '.         3  '2  Kisher Maiden _       3  2  Uiant     '���    2  I  Granby Consolidated {4 25      t.  50  International Coal....::       50  40 .  Morninp-Glory ��� ::         iH  1  Mountain Lion       10  9  North Star, (E. K.)        5  M  Payne .'.       10  8  Juilp       15  10  kainbler-Cariboo       21'A  10  San Poil        iK  =��  Sullivan         8  7  Tom Thumb         2  I  War Kagle Consolidated       12  10  Waterloo (Ass Paid)         ij<  T  White Bear         4X  3H  Notice is hereby given that a Dividend ofFour per cent, for the current  half year has been declared upon the  paid-up. Capital Stock of this Bank  (but on new stockto apply from dale of  payment only') and that the same will  be payable at the Head Office and  branches on and after Saturday, 2nd  of July next.  The Transfer Beoks will be closed  from the 15th to the 30th of June  both days inclusive.  By order ot the board.  JAMES   MACKINNON,  General Mannger.  Sherbrooke, 31st May, 1904..  Phoenix Pioneer- and Toronto A _  Globe (daily) both for One \2 Ik  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto _A  *  Globe, (weekly) both for One 7 Ml  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal �� _A  Daily Herald, both for One 7 klk  xraaf' /IncludingHandsome Portraits J0f)C/ V  y aal    \ot King Edward, 17x22 inches./   Phoenix Pioneer and New York ^ -_  World,  Thrice-a week, both 7 7 S  for one year  mdIv  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal a nr  Family Herald and Weekly Star, /  /J)  both one year.'   Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  K  /".'tirqngli Salt Lake Oifcy, Glemfood Springs. Leadville, Pueblo,  ';*.)' Oqloradq Springs and Denver.  The Most ...Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  !1H  Passing Caatle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  fast Trains Daily Bet.Ogden and Denver  Equipment and&rvice Second to None  SEEK'NO-FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  W  For Detailed Information, address  O.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.  When you  read the -  And Boundary Mining Jotfrnal,  _ Yqu/ll have no tr.quble: in keeping pqsted o,n B un,dary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $3 bill fqr year's trial 'to'.i'ioNBs.R' Pub. Co,,.Phoenix, B. C.  The Observer could not but acknowledge the force of this statement,which  is a credit alike to Mr.   Williams  and  to Mr. Graves, the general  manager,  who secured his  services   in  the.first  place.    It is also   another   evidence  that the Granby  management  knew  when they had a good man in  their  employ-   The Granby Co. has set the  pace for  mining .corporations  in this  province in a number of ways, and this  but adds one more to the list.  ���**  Thirty-five cars of powder are   said  to have been ordered for use in   constructing the 26 miles of railway that  ���will connect Phoenix  with  the  Great  Northern.    This will  give some idea  of the amount qf rqcVwark  that will  be doue before James J.   Hill's  locomotives wili do much  whistling  in or  near Phoenix.    It is said that one hun  dred cars of powder were used in the  construction of the C. P. R.  into the  Boundary.    Boundary   railways   have  been good patrons of the powder companies, among others.  <��  How much wood would awoodchuck  chuck, if a woodchuck would chuck  wood? It's hard to say. We would  think, however,thata woodchuck would  rather chuck chuck than he would,  wood. But, speaking qf woqdch,upks,  ^e \yoqdch,upk is a ground hog. N,qw  h,ow muph grqund would a ground hog  grind if a ground hog would grind  ground?    Next!  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 like injuries before .inflammation sets in,  which causes them to heal without  maturation and in. one-third the time  required by the old treatment. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this same  principle. It is, an antiseptic and  when applied to such 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.  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 without a  rival, and as everyone who has used it  knows, is without an equal. For sale  by all druggists.  PROVIUCIAI, SKCKKTARY'S 0FF1CK.  His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor In Council hfs been pleased to make Hie following ap-  pointment:-  15th March, 1904.  Arthur C Sutton, ofthe CltyofOrond Forks,  Ksqulre, bairister-at-law, lo he Officiol Administrator for that portion of the County of Ynle comprised witliiu the Grand Korks nud Greenwood  Klectoinl Districts, vice Mr. A. D Mclntyre,  whose jurisdiction for the County of Vale is cur-  tnlled accordingly.  Corporation   of   the   City   of  Phoenix.  POV'RT at' REVISION,  NoUtle is. hereby given that Ihe first sitting of  le annual Court ofRevision of the niuiiit'  orthe City of Mtocuix will he held in th  u avenue.  Revision of the municipality  e Bnlcf-  wiu Block, Dominion avenue, I'hoenix, 11. C , oil  Monday, the i8tr day of Tuly, 1904, at a p. m., lor  the purpose ol hearing complaints against the  assessment as made by the Assessor, and for rc-  vlHing and correcting the Assessment Roll.  D. J. MATHESON, C. M. C.  Phoenix, B. C. June oth, 1904.  It Wilt Be To Your Interest  If you contemplate visiting 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  lo you.    Ai'.dress  B. II. TRUMBULL,  ���v CoiiiHiiiii'iclitl Aucnt,  M2 Third St.,I'o��luiHl.Ore..  Pneamonln is Pilling ihe Hospital's.  'Every day we hear of someone being  taken with pneumonia. The only preventative is to get strong and keep  your body healthy. Take Ferrozone  which makes the rich red kind of blood  that nourishes and stimulates the entire  syrtem, "I was all run down and an  apt subject to pneumonia" writes A. B.  Charter of Burlington, "when I trieff  Ferrozone. I didn't believe it was  possible for Ferrozone to build me up  so quickly. In a few days my appetite  improved, color came into my ckeeks  and I felt stronger. I gained eightpounds  and regained my old time vigor through  using Ferrozone." Try Ferrozone, it  assures health.    Price 50c.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  JOB PRINTING  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 ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix, B. C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS' AND   PROS  PECTORS' SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  WEBB &-HAYNARD  General Painting: and  . . Sign  Writing  Greenwood, B. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   pl'hone53,  We make good bread,      Try it,  .., >C. W, GREER, Proprietor.  World's Fair  Excursion Rates  o '  Phoenix to  St. Louis, $6275  Chicago, $67.75  Toronto, $90.10   v  Montreal, $100.75  Halifax, $124 55  New York, $103.75  3 Months' Limit.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Chieago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Railway  runniiiK 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: Connectiona are made  with All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to passengers the hest 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 anv 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 Agen ,  SPOKAXK. WN. PORTLAND, OR  DATES OF  SALE.  June  Aug.  7.  3  16,  9.  17, 18.  10.  July-  Sept.  1  5>  2  6,  3-  7-  Low Excursion Fares.  for all eastern points will also be  quoted going via Port Arthur all rail  or lake route returning same or via  Chicago and St. Louis. For full particulars apply to local agents.  ]. G. Lla\k, E.J.Covle,.  Abeut, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson, B.C.  Special Exeatsion to World's  Fair.  The Denver & Rio Gi anile, 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 firstof these Kxoursions leaves Portland June 7th, and the second June 17.  The rate from Spokane will be $(30.00 to  St. Louis and return. Excursionists  going via the Denver & Rio Grande have  tlie privilege of returning via a different  route This is the most pleasant way,  as well as the must delightful route to  cross the continent. Theetops arranged  give an opportunity of visiting the various points of interest in and about Salt  Lake City, Denver and Kansas City. If  you wish to accompany one of these ex-  cuisior.s write at once to W. C. Mcliiide,  124 Third street, Portland, for sleeping  ear reservations.  C  hi  'f.Mi'  if;  f  "Ji  TM4 -fl  .fc.  :I*!5  I:  ���1.-  y\  A  c  i'j.  I- ���                     ���                      .                     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"'ai-  1 1 M, 1   - ��� ���  I           ���..'���'���.                                  .'.��� '                                                                                                                                                                              ���.{?��>> zmh  '4<  , ft.  *f(^?l,;--*AI  Tf'&$&&.,'- -&,  wliw  pi  & flip-38  mm  pfpf r  rips!  mi  Hit  ill  * THE PHOENIX PIONSBR  if  Hi  HI  mm  w  ��1  If  i  ��� im$  �� 'S-S'l  m  fe*5S*  flits.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEI^   TOPICS OF  LOCAL AND  GENERAL  INTEREST TO  PHOENICIANS.  Shallen-  1904, a  this sum  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Bom to the wife of H. H.  berger, in Spokane, lune 8,  son.  The city fathers are contemplating  making some improvements  men  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office; Bank block, from July 10th  to 14th.  Last week the snow man was doing  business in Phoenix. This week it is  the ice man.  C W. Crouse, the Midway quill  drivei, is shipping horses by the car  load to the east.  Miss Coppock, of the nursing staff  of the hospital, left this week for  Whatcom, Wash.  For large returns and good dividends  buy International Coal stock of J. L.  Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co. is  about to start the old Lequime & Powers saw mill near Midway.  Edna Abbot last week obtained a  divorce from C. W. Abbot In Spokane.  They resided here for some years.  August Jackson, a Rossland hotel  keeper, and owner of the Central hotel  property in this city, was in camp this  week.  Ira W. Black, builder of the Black  hotel here, and whose wife died some  months ago at Spokane, was recently  married again.  Bishop Dart, of New. Westminster,  visited St. John's���Anglican church last  Tuesday, it being his annual trip "to  the Boundary.  James Marshall, alderman, this week  forwarded his resignation to the government as a member of the police and  licensing boards of this city.  The ladies of the Methodist church  are arranging for a reception to D. M.  Ferley,* B. A., the new pastor of the  church, for next Tuesday evening.  It appears that,' for the first time in  ��� six or seven years,  there will  be no  Celebration whatever of Dominion Day  in the Boundary country this year.  *A. F.. McCourtney,  ol*, Vancouver,  , succeeds C.M.Turner as local manager  of the Vernon and'Nelson  Telephone  Co. at Grand Forks, the latter leaving  for Calgary.  The Maxwell Photo Co. have on  exhibition at Martin building a fine  line of-artistic portrait work; amorjg  which we notice many well known  Boundary faces. '  Officers of the Grand Forks Choral  Union are as follows: President, W. B.  Shaw; vice-president, Mrs. Thos. Parker; secretary-treasurer, G. W. Clark;  conductor, Dr. E. R. Follick.  Alex McDonald returned Saturday  from a week's trip to the outside, looking for good saddle horses, He says  that good animals are scarce, and tnat  those available are held too high.  Duncan Ross, Liberal candidate for  Yale-Cariboo, was in the city Tuesday.  He is still working on the plan -for a  custom house here, but has not received much encouragement from Ot  tawa.  W.J. Twiss, of Vancouver, mainland  manager for this province for the  Mutual Life of Canada, accompanied  by E. W. Matthews, the inspector  of agencies, came in on Thursday's  train.  Beginning last Monday the passenger train time on the C. P. R. was  changed somewhat. 'J he inci ming  train now arrives at 3 05 p. m.. and  the outgoing train lea\es ten minutes  later, or 3.15 p. m.  Grand Forks is  club.  orgaizing a lacrosse  Last Sunday Phoenix end Greenwood crossed bats at the latter town,  Each battery must I ave been heavy, as  they made scores c f 15 to 14 in favor  of Greenwood. 'I'he next game will  probably be in Phoenix.  Frank W.Hart was a visitor in Rossland this week.  For International Coal stock sec J."  L. Martin.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, "McMillan  block, July  13 to 16.  Increased activity in Phoenix is  bringing back some of the old  timers.  The free reading room in the Presbyterian church is growing in popularity.  Ross Thompson, the father of Rossland, was a visitor in the city yesterday.  Right of Way Agent DeBrisayofthe  Great Northern, spent last Sunday in  Phoenix.  Tenor fifteen new telephones.are  being installed in the city by the tele  phone company.'  Mrs. S.A. McCormack, of the Phoenix hotel, also has charge of the rooms  of the hotel Brooklyn.  Marshall & Shea have arranged to  receive returns from the Jeflries-Munio  prize fight at the Brooklyn hotel.  G. W. Averill, of Grand Forks, was  recently fined $25 at Revelstoke for  practicing dentistry without a license.  George D.Turner, bookkeeper for the  Hunter-Kendrick Co., is off on a weeks  vacation which he is spending at Rossland.    '  The new time scheme in Greenwood  did not work. Standard time seems  to suit the general run of people the  best.  James McNulty has gone over (0  Ollalla in the Similkameen, where he  will perform assessments on some valuable claims.      >  In the Presbyterian chuich tomorrow the topic in the morning will be:  "Strength and Beauty; and in the evening: "Well to do."  Alex Strachan, who returned a few days  ago from the Lottie F., on main Kettle  river, succeeded in staking a valuable  ranch while absent.  Miss Gammon, of the local telephone  office staff, left Thursday to ipend a  vacation 'of several weeks with her  mother at Chilliwack.  J. F. Royer,-the stage man, is put  ting' up a new barn, 27x45, at Fourth  of July creek. This point is where he  keeps his Yelays of horses.  J. C. Haas, M. E,, who is interested  in the Bruce, Golconda and many  other Boundary properties, is off on a  trip to Tonopah, Nevada.  R, Meyerhoff is once more running  a stage line from Midway to  Curlew  on account of the commencement of  railway   construction   between    these  points. i��  R. G. Mack, one of the locators of  the Athlestan mine, has accepted a  position with the William Hunter Co.,  Ltd., and has brought his family to  Phoenix to live.  W. H. Docksteader has been appointed as night watchman for the  city.  D. M. Perlej, B. A., who will act as  minister for the Methodist church for  the next year, arrived yesterday.  A. B. W. Hodges, of Grand Forks,  spent from Monday to Thursday at the  Granby mines this week.  Campbell's Comedians ��� two, all  told���appeared three nights at Miners'  Union hall this week to small  houses.  Wednesday evening the Ladies' Aid  of the Presbyterian chtfrch gave a  strawberry and ice cream social at the  church, which brought in over $40 to  to the treasury. An interesting musical  programme preceded the refreshments,  both of which were much enjoyed by  the large number present.  George L. Fraser, a brother of Master Mechanic Fraser, of the Granby  mines, and formerly a resident of Phoenix, has accepted the position of master mechanic at the Coleman coal  mines. Of late' he has been holding a  similar position at the LeRoi mine,  Rossland, where he was presented a  testimonial the other day on leaving.  George Ewing, teller in the Eastern  Townships Bank, and OUie Galer, of  the British American Trust Co., both  of Grand Forks, spent last Sunday in  the city. This week Mr, Evving, who  formerly resided in Phoenix and made  many friends here, was transferred to  the Winnipeg branch of the bank, and  will later go to the head office at Sherbrooke, Quebec.  Dr, and Mrs, R, B. Boucher, who  were married on June 1st at the home  of the bride in Vancouvei, returned to  Phoenix last Monday, having taken a  wedding trip to Glacier and Banff.  They at once settled down in the new,  cottage built by the doctor, and the  evening of their arrival were the recipients of two or three serenades from  frierds. Many beautiful and useful  presents attested the universal esteem  111 which the newly wedded couple are  held in this community.  C. P. R. Again Surveying.  Last Saturday H. J. Cambie, consulting engineer for the C, P, R��� with  engineers Cambridge and Kelly, arriv  ed here, and proceeded to run lines to  connect the Stetnwinder spur with tbe  site for the Granby No. 3 tunnel ore  bins. The line runs across the gulch  and over the residence of L. Y: Birnie,  crossing Knob Hill avenue east of  Church street, and aiound the hill back  of the new Methodist church. It  would thus appear that the C. P. R.  intends to reach the No. 3 tunnel outlet, if it is possible to do so, _ and not  leave that field open to the Great Northern, who have already surveyed to  tlie same point.     '  0REENW00D  LIQUOR  COMPANY..  BOUNIURV  AGENT *>   >0R  =Pabst's Celebrated Beer=  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  Wholesale    WINES,   LIQUORS  and  CIGARS.  Telephone  Prompt attention to  Orders.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCTARHE,  PROP  ���-��-���"��� ��� 9 ��� ���-��������� ���-���-  I  !  I VIOLET  . Talcum  Powdet I  A Hot Weather Luxury, j  BOYLE,  ?  l'HK   DUUIIOIST.  -#-��-a-*-��-��-��- ���-���- ��� ������-���-  J.G.Whitacie, the well known piano  man of Nelson, who never fails to make  sales when he visits>a district, was in  town Wednerday, disposing of some of  the Mason & Risch instruments.  Murdoch Mclntyre, of the firm of  Mclntyre and McDonald, is leaving today for a month's visit to his old home  at Sydney Mines, Cape B reton, Nova  Scotia, which he has not seen in years.  Morris & Rowe's circus is billed for  Grand Forks for the .30th inst., and  the C. P. R. is talking of running a  special train from here to accommodate  the children, as well as those of larger  growth.  ..Amputated William Hall's Leg.  William Hall, the miner who narrowly escaped death at the Knob Kill  mine on May 7th, but was buried in  ore for 21 hours befoi-e he could  be rescued, had _ one leg amputated late yesterday afternoon at the  hospital. He had been getting along  nicely except that the blood could not  be made to circulate in one foot, and'  the amputation was decided upon, The  amputation was performed by Drs.  Boucher and Foster, the leg being  taken off just below the knee.  Knob Hill  Hotel  mm*mmmmmmmM���^m^^mmm  J. E. BELL, Manager.  Best Dining Room in the City���livery-  thing Fir-.t-class.    Your patronage Solicited,  First St.       -       Phoenix, B. C.  Miss Manda Carlton  t  Fasiiionaulk  Drkssmakino.  Pricks Ri:asoxai:m:.  Biner Block, -* Phoenix, B. C,  The ���B.C Assay �����*  Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Direct Importers of Assayer? Supplies.  Sole Aiients in U. C. f.ir the well-known  Battersea Crueihies. Scoriliers. Mutiles,  et(C Selliiu: n��e:its for .the F. \V. Bratin  Co'8 Specialties Gary Kuriuu-es, Burners,  etc. "MerekB* I'll re Chemicals, Assay Ma-  bor, platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. AdiK  Borax  Glass and all Heavy Chemicals.  Specialty���Sliver Free Lead and Litharge.  Complete Assay OtiMits   furnished   at  short notice'; Satisfaction Guarantee'l.  $200 CASH! 1  nml $12 monthly until paid for  will secure 11 comfortable  3 Boom House#  in lower town. Woodshed, parden,  well and pump; Full particulars  from  E. H. Mortimer. 'VJiSSfU  NoUry TuMlc.  ��� -tvtv^i^M-M- ���- ���" ���-���-���-���, '-���-���--���-������  G;W. Rttmberger  1  9  We want vou to see our lurgc stock ot  Wall Pape*  Wu h ivo FOineof the most beautiful anil  aitisiu- lU-nigiiB yet seen inlhis section.  It is well worth wli'le to tiiku note of  thcruiaccful patterns and iluiabli'lioily.  If you aie thinking of papering this n-a-  son, be Miie In H'i- 0111 selection.  McRAE BROS. & SMITH  Real Estate  ; : and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Properly for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines Luught and  sold. Information about l'hoeuix and the  Boundary.country given 011 application.  ���1 *'  T  T  Dominion-Ave.  ���Telephone N��. 28.  f  ^     Plibeiux, B. C; j  -���-��� MIMIH ���  ONE ON YOU  Stationers, etc.  Knob iiill Ave  Ed. Black,  Watchmaker  en<3 Jeweler,  KIKtaT bTJUXT���SKAT KXOll IIIM. 1101 KI-.  1 lneTimcpicceF im<l 1'inc Fepiiiring  or all l>iudf>,  Full stork oi Toliawos a. d Cli!nr��  SHIPMENT OF  Cut Glass  AND..  Sterlingware  G. J; Hay ward  ���   CUSTOMS   BROKER.  NOTARY I'Ui'LIC,  CONVEYANCER,  COI.LECI10N AGENT.  Dealer in Ri-ai, Estatk, Livk S'iock.  Grand Forks, B. 0.  For Sale.  Ferry i�� a new town heing started  close to Midway, but on the other  side of the boundary line, in Uncle  Sam's domain. The new railway is  responsible for its being, and a Republic merchant is erectinj a jarge store  there.  As will be noticed by announcement  in another column, the Eastern Townships Bank has declared Dividend No.  89, being at the,rate ot" four per cent  half yearly, payable on and after July  ?d at the head office at Sherbrooke,  Quebec.  This week a number of lioundaryites  received cardsannouncing the marriage  on the 10th inst. ofFrancisJ.Fin cane,  formerly manager of the Bank of Montreal at Greenwood, and now acting in  a similar capacity at Spokane, to Miss  Gertrude Sw?ney, at Biooklyn, N. Y.  They are spending their honeymoon in  Europe.'  This week a mission liaa been conducted at the Catholic church by  Father Bedard, assisted by Father  Chianale, S. J., professor of philosophy  at Gonzai;a college, Spokane The attendance at the services has been excellent. The m'isson will close tomorrow with mass at eight and ten in the  morning and sermon at 7.30 in the  evening.  S.F. Morey, inspector of the Eastern  Townships Hank,accompanied by Miss  Morey, of Sherbrooku, Quebec, and  Mr. and Mrs. \\'m. Spier, of Grand  Forks, were visitors in the city yesterday,  H. A. Small, the veteran travelling  man from Vancouver,, visited Phoenix  this week on behalf of Kelly, Douglas  &: Co., and took orders out of the  Boundary for abont fifteen carload* of  goods.  -Tuesday the railroad graders. along  the Fourth of July creek broke one of  the Cascade high tension power lines,  and James Sproat went down from the  Phoenix sub-siation and repaired it���  no enviable job when the other line is  carrying 22,00�� voj/s.  The two crossing sidings recently  graded by the C. P. R., one below  Eholt and the other half way between  Eholt and Phoenix, have been named  respectfully Hodges siding and Williams  siding, after the two well known superintendents of the Granby Co.  Ralph Smailes, G. Arthur Rendell  and E.H.Thruston accompanied by W.  T. Hazen, the engineer from St. John,  N, B. who has been examining Ihe  route f&t (he Midway-Vernon railway  for New York (Gaj>jtftlij,ts, went through  the Granby rnines last Sunday,  Pauline Johnson, the Indian poet  reciter, assisted by Walter McRaye,  appeared at Miners' Union hall Monday evening to a small house, doubtless  due to the poor advertising of tho cr-  tertainment, as they are well spoken of.  Two years ago they did exactly the  same thing here.  Denied By Unions.  I'hoenix, B-C., June 15, 1904.  Editor Pioneer: *  Dear Sir:-At last Monday's meeting  of Phoenix Trades and Labor Council  I was directed to forward to yon for  publication the following resolution,  which is self oplpnaiory:  Whereas, certain statements have  bet n made during the public investigation lately held in Phoenix, concerning the magistracy anil police of this  city, charging the unions and the  .Socialist League with interference;  And, Whereas, the matter has nevei  even been mentioned at any meeting  of any union in this vicinity;  And, Whereas,,siicl)statemeiits, beinjj  untrue, are likely lo cause misunderstanding and ill-feeling;  Be It Resolved, that the secretary  be instructed to olficially deny that  any union of Phoenix has taken any  action whatsoever in the matter, and  that Ihp same be published in the  Phoenix Pioneer.  Yqurs very truly,  , W. H. IJamdukv, Sjec'y,  Phoenix Trades and I^ihor Council,  and Local No, 8, .Socialist party of  British Columbia,  well  ver-  Five room house, cellar, fine  water, wood and chicken shed, 2  andahs; also city water for sprinkling,  government taxes $4 per yearj" 90.% 125,  no better place for chickens, plenty of  trees, no better site for a home in Grand  Forks. Price right,.must be sold. Address J. R., Box E,- Grand Fork*, or  this office.  Notice.  Notice is hereby g'veh that at the  next sitting of the License Commissioners for the City of Phoenix, 1 intend  to apply to have the license which I hqld  to sell liquor by lelail transferred from  the Union Hotel, situated on Lots 11  and 12, p'ock 12, Dominion avenue,  Phoenix, HI. C, to the Mint Hotel,  situated on lot 6, Block 1, Dominion  avenue, I'hoenix, B. C  Dated the 10th day of June, 190$.  Jos,. 11. Gh-miam.  Just Opened.  Will  be  pleased to show them,  Geo. E. Dey,  'The Jeweler. Knob Hill Ave.  ���   ���    *  j City .  I Transfer, j  Dry Wood for sale,  W. li. DOCISTEADER,  Residence nud Stuliles nt fool of  Dominion Ave, Phocipx, II C.  I* 0.110x269 'Phone No 40.  (Vs  &  (US  lit  fa  /.IS Men's Wear Exclusively,  And a Good One, if it is one  of our NEW SPRING  SUITS, I-itest styles, fines,  materials, "best workmanshipt  Prices $10.00 to $25.00.  NEW* CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoes, etc., just received.    Call in and examine them.  THOS- BROWN,  w  HAltDY-UoKKNZIK BJ.K.  DOMINION AVE.. I'llOKNIX.  Black's Hotel<   Dominion Avknue, PHOENIX, 15. C.  CumiiKidiniis Sample Rooms  Fii st-Class Dining Room in connection  liar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 26. W. S. DOYLE, Prop.  p^M^fef^^^^  ��� ������ e ��� .-�����������������������������������������������������������  Thomas Drug Co.  Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones. A full line of  musical goods always in stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  GKKENWOOD, B. C  MEATS  Fish,  Game <81  Poultry  The Union Meat Co.  Ainiiiiiiii'i-siliatuii up-to-date Hutcher Shop tins iH-m opi'iieil  in il.t- McMillan Hlock, Knob Hill Ave.. Phoenix, anil solicits.  11 j-liinc of tlio imlilif patronage.  Shopuil Maclfcid, A'ta.,  lireemvord Orntid Varkn and Fhoenis, B. C.  UNION MEAT CO.  jlSK't  New (roods!  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that, at the  ne\t sitting of the License Commis-  sioncih for i|ic City of Phoenix, I intend ��) apply for 11 licence to sell  liijuor by retail at the Cottage Hotel,  situated on lots 8 and 9, block 17, on  Victoria avenue, Phoenix, U. C.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C., this 10th  d.iy of June, ii;o.(.  31-6L M. H. Kank.  Has Cured Hl�� Mother of Klieumallsm, ***  'My mother has been a sufferer for  nfeny year's with rheumatism," savs  W. H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At  times she was unable to move at all,  while at all times walking was pain-ul.  I presented her with a bottle of Cham-  beflf"'"?'? Pain Balm and after a few  application'" ��1*5 rfecid-d it was the  most wonderful pain rcligyer she had  ever tried; in fact, sh�� 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.  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that, at the  next siffing of the Board of License  Commissioners for t|]c pity qf Phoenix,  1 intend to apply for a license to sell  liquor by retail at the Sleinwinder hotel,  Lots 16 and 17, Block 18, First Street,  Phoenix, B. C.  Dated at I'hoenix, B. C, this. 10th  day of June. 1904.  '���'  S. A. Muli.in.  Aiming nml tu anive Mom the bn^t  . innikf'tn in (.'::ii.k|.i     Wc an' t-tri k-  \U)> up nil our ili-pitiln i-nlp.  Granby Exchange  The oonijili-ti- Houseful iii."ln rs.  I  When you are in Republic look for ottr sign  RKprnuc BkkjO  REPUBLIC BREWING CO.  ChurcH Services   \  \ Tomorrow.  Hospital Donations  L>t of Donations leceived since Jan.  lst,190��, to the Phoenix Geneial Not-  pitul:  Cash Jioo ,.,,.' lenient S. Houghton  Boston  Cash $i 00       ����w��� A Friend  Cash fs.co ::.:..'.,..!... ...A J'r|end  5cd��:j'3 0d '...:::.. ,:...A I'rerd  Cash $5.00 : -  .'J. J. Slrutzel  Krociure Bed and FurJiituri",vnlne J6o..,A Frielid  Cnsh 550 ?. Eaton & Co., Toronto  r��lHcii������ Mrs. I. Crawfon  Uimnware,,,,, ,���., ,., Misses Crawford  C1 J *��5 Canadian Rniid Drill Co  Cash t$o  ���...Hospital Staff  I^ndBcapc Garden  *'��� "   ~ "  St. John's Church of England, Rev  W. J. Wpod, Mis^lqnary. Sunday  School, 10 a. m.j Morning Prayer, n  a. m.; livening Piayer, 7:30 p. m,;  Everyone cordially invited to attend  any and ull servict*"),  St. Andrews' Presbyteiian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and llible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev.'E. C. W.  MacColl, li, A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Sei vices at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. in. at Graves-Williams hall, the  pastor preaching at both seryices. Sun,  day School at 2.3 o p. in. A hearty in  vitation i�� extended to all.      1). M.  ZSCTSkSt? Verky, ]i, A., pastor.  ��  ��  V  9  9  0  ��  ���  o  e  ���  9  9  e  9  9  9  9  .You Are  Invited to come and' inspect our new arrivals in ...  *' ���     m  The newest" of this season's patterns in Negligee and Outing Shirts,  In Straw, Light and Black Felts, Nobby ones in  Fedoras, Stiff and Graecos.  ���  o  a  e  9  ��  ��  c  a  e  A stylish line of Shirt Waists in white arid colors.    A  stoefe of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, r  Our ranges of styles and prices in X^dfeiV Menf��  dj'en s Shoes are the best it* the cityt  full  ep900��Q9  s  9  0  ��  e  ��  ��  ��wff��fft����f?f"M*��M��M����t��ftfj.,f,ff#*ttfifM^...^t���Mftft9iMMf;  L   \ ...  ts  1 *  j, *  >;  r  i  r   Li  I     *J  I  I  I'  t  1 3*  ���4  i  _���._������,��� ^J^s^W

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