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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 27, 1903

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 Le8i8iati  ve  ^h  'J*****-  Boundary Mines Serif  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in J 902/ _*    _*  Pno^nix is tlie Gtniti  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol. IV.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA   SATURDAY, JUNE 27, rao3.  No  33.  ��&*  "BLACK CAT"  STOCKINGS  For  ���LACK CAT IIBAWD  (HICtOO-HOCKFOM  HOTIERr C0MPAHV  KjtwosiiA, Wis.  For  Children  YOU cau pin your faith to the representations we  make about this justly celebrated brand���just: a  little bit the best of anything ever made���made  from finest selected yams, have double heels;  . soles, toes and knees. Durability being woven  in every, stitcli, will outwear three pairs of ordinary makes, yet costing no more.  m  EVERY SIZE,  EVERY WEIGHT,  BUT OUR QUALITY--  THE   BEST.  Get "BLACK CATS,"  ���   THE SATISFACTORY..SORTS.  B? HuAr-Kdri Co.M  I'HOKNIX  GRKKNWOOD  GRAND FORKS  M0RRIN,TH0MPS0N&C0.  Berries,  Berries.  &  We. are receiving regular  shipments of Strawberries  , and other Small Fruits  S Now is the time to give us  your order for Preserving  Berries, as the growers all  tell us that the Strawberry  season will be short.  We have also a full line of  the best Fruit Jars-in pints  and also in the one and two  sizes.  Call and see us;   it's well  worth your while.  I��5  POST-OFFICE STORE.  VBJfTfSi  PREPARING FOR  ORE SHIPMENTS  From the Brooklyn and Stem-  winder Dumps.  WHERE ARE SOME 8,000 IONS OF ORE  Men Here lo Lay Sled on Ihe Already Completed Gride lo Those Mines���Ore does  lo Boundiry Creek'Smellers.  It appears to be reasonably certain  that un era cf activity will shortly prevail on the south side of the city, and  Ihe. ore on the Brooklyn and ''St em win  der dumps,, in the. neighborhood of  8,000 tons,, will, ere long, be taken to  the smelters for treatment. It is also  believed by those in a position to know,  that the mere shipment of the ore on  these dumps will not he the end of  operations at these mines, as the smelters are desirous of getting a steady supply of this particular class of ore.  It is an open secret that the Brooklyn and Stemwinder ores will average  up rather better than the ore from any  other mines in this camp. This'-was'  the gist of the published statement by  Drr E, R. LeDoux, the eminent New  York copper expert, who visited this  camp last year. Jt is als<i pretty well  known.that these mines have ore now  in sight that will, when mined and  shipped to the smelter*, net the owners something between $750,000 and  $1,000,000 ��� which means that the  present value of the'ore,"at the present  price of copper, is about double those  figures.  The shipments-of these ores is understood to be a commercial test on a  large scale, the mines and dumps having been repeatedly sampled most  thoroughly in the past. Should it 'result satisfactory,'of which there is no  doubt, it will probably mean the reopening of this rich group of mines on  an extensive scale.  The extra gang of the C. 1'. R.,' now  here, came for the express purpose of  laying the rest of the spurs to these  mines, and are understood to lie waiting only for material to proceed with  the work.  EACH WON A HOSE REEL RACE.  '"���������_- ;'''' '  Increased  Interest la   tne  Fire   Brigade of  Phoenix.  Never, since the organization of the  Phoenix fire brigade, has there been as  much interest shown in. the affairs of  the department as at present. ���Very-  little practice was had with the two  hose carts provided by the city, up to  a month ago. Latferly, however,  things have changed, and both companies have been .doing no small  amount of practicing; the result being  that some creditable records were made,  considering the heavy cart's on hand  for practice. Both trie tipper and lower town hose companies had frequent  runs, and made excellent showings;  This interest culminated in a matched race, a wet test, which was pulled  off Tuesday .evening on Knob Hill  axenue, the challengers being the No.  2 or upper town team] Time keepers  and judges were appointed, and the  men lined up in exeenent form. The  No. 2 company werevslow in getting  water, the time being "32^ seconds,  the No. 1 company doing better by the  time of 28 seconds "flat. The next  evening a hub and hub race took place  over the same course', and considerable  money changed hands over the result,  when the tables were turned. In this  race the No. 2 company redeemed  themselves^ winning.jjy about five feet,  the time being 13 seconds. This racing was all with the slieayy. carts and  200 feet of hose.      , . '"  From the two, companies a team will  Deselected to. go to.''Grand Forks on  Dominion Pay, and His believed that  they w|l] be able to give a good account  of themselves,  1,000 TONS DAILY  ONCE MORE  Boundary Mining; Notes.  Granby Mines Getting Back  to the Old Figures.  WASHINGTON COKE IS NOW ARRIVING  Three Furnaces lo Blast at ihe Smeller, and  Ore Output From this Camp Increasfd  In Proportion.  THREE,TOURIST PARTIES COMING.  Only Seven Weeks to Register.  An extra of the Provincial Gazette  was issued Tuesday containing a proclamation fixing the date for holding the  courts of revision throughout the. prov,  ince.  These courts of revision shall be held  on August 31 st. After August 14th.no  applications will be entered on the  present lists now in course of preparation. Registration is lo be suspended  from August 14th to August 31st. On  the latter date all objections against the  retention of any names on the lists will  be heard and disposed of.  This proclamation, therefore, allows  a little over seven weeks in ' which to  register. The revised lists .will not be  ready until considerably over two  months.  L0QL JOTTINGS  ���**-*��.�����**�����**�����������*�����������  W. R. Williams, of the Dominion  Copper Co., visited Nelson and North-  port early this week.  Mrs. F. W, Hart, from Campbell-  ville, Ont��� arrived in the city Monday,  and will make her home here.  For sale, Smith-Premier No. 1 typewriter in good condition at reasonable  price.    Apply at Pioneer office.  Elmer D. Hall and A. I). Hill, both  formerly connected with the Pioneer,  are now employed in a job office at  Whatcom, Wash.  Joe Trombley has the contract for  clearing the brush from the pole line  right of way to the Snowshoe mine  from the sub-station.  The C. P. R. is making special passenger rates to all points east. J. G.  Clark, the local agent, will be pleased  to give full particulars^  Smith Curtis made a flying trip to  Eholt last Monday to look after the  affairs of the Oro Denoro mine before  leaving on a trip to the east.  Since the largest building in town,  the new compressor house of the Granby mines, received its coat of paint, it  presents a greatly improved appearance.  The city council of Grand Forks are  much divided over paying themselves  salaries, with a possible deficit in municipal finances staring them in the face.  Nurse Fraser, of the Phoenix General Hospital staff, is expected to return  next week from a six weeks' vacation,  after which Miss Johnston, the matron,  will probably take a vacation.  Unconfirmed rumors ate to the effect  that the Great Northern has postponed  the building of its spur to Phoenix for  a time. Nevertheless, C. A. DesBrisay,  the right of way agent, continues to  make his trips to Phoenix. He came  in Thursday of this week again.  All From Old Country-Will Vl.lt the Boundary Mines.  During the summer ;and fall there  will be no less than .three prominent  parties of tourists taking in the sights  of Canada, who will, in the course of  their itineraries, look over the big mines  and smelters of the Boundary country.  One of these is a party of important  newspaper men from England, another  is the, Parliamentary-party,;while the  third, and perhaps largest, is the British Commercial party, who after the  meeting of the Chambers of Commerce  of the Empire, at Montreal in August,  will devote a, month or two to the rest  of Canada.  The latter will travel in two sections  of fifty each, the first of which will  leave Revelstoke at 8 a. m. Sunday,  September 13th, going through to Rossland that night, leaving Rossland at 2  p. m. by special train Monday for  Greenwood, arriving there , that same  evening. Early Tuesday, September  25, they leave Greenwood by train for  Phoenix, where they will go through  the mines, proceeding that afternoon  to Grand Forks and seeing the smelter  there. The second party will reach  Phoenix the next day.  Buying Really and Bulld'ns.  ��� George Hueston, an employee of the  Granby Co., has recently invested in  two residence lots, one each in the upper and lower parts of the city. He purchased the house owned formerly by  Mrs. W. M. Russell, located on Brooklyn avenue, which is improved with a  house. The other lot secured by him  is located on Second street, facing the  Granby cottages. The lumber for a  modern six room residence has already  been ordered, and the contract let for  the erection of the same. It will be  used for renting purposes when completed.  'John Miller this week had work  started on the erection of a commodious residence on his lot on upper Old  Ironsides avenue, not far from the  depot.           Were Cited to Appear.  A few days ago W. D. Parker and J.  H. Macaulay were cited to appear before  W. G. McMynn, of Greenwood, on a  charge of polluting the water of Twin  creek, from which the city of Greenwood secures its aqua pura supply.  After hearing the case they were order  ed to remove certain piles of manure  from the vicinity of the creek, and to  use other precautions to prevent the pollution of that stream. This week they  have been complying with these directions.        ^   Phoenix vs. Danville.  Last Sunday the Danville (Nelson,  Wash.) base ball club, played a game  on the Phoenix diamond with the  local team, there being a large number  of spectators. During' the ninth inning, the score stood, Phoenix 5, Danville S, with Phoenix at the bat and two  men on b,ascs. At this point there was  a dispute, and the visitors refused to  continue the game, therely forfeiting it.  J-ast Monday morning the Granby  smelter blew in another furnace, mak-  three of the battery of four thai are now  in operation. The company was enabled to do this because of the arrival  of heavy shipments of coke from Fairfax, Washington, which have been ordered for some weeks. In addition to  this the shipments of Crow's Nest coke  are coming in a little more freely now,  and it is hoped that they will soon increase so that the full battery of four  furnaces can be placed in operation  simultaneously. This would once  more mean daily shipments of 1,600  tons of ore from this camp. As it is,  the shipments now run 36 cars, or over  7,000 tons each 24 hours.   ....  The Greenwood smelter is still operating two furnaces, and the Sunset  smelter at Boundary Falls one, making  ft total of six furnaces: in the three  Boundary smelters. In another few-  weeks the Granby smelter'will have  two more furnaces ready for. blowing  in, making their battery six in all, with  a capacity of 2,300 tons daily.  NOTED SOCIALIST LECTURER.  Everything comfortable and home^  like at the Cottage hotel, Jack Bower-  man, proprietor.  Spoke at Miners'   Union Hall Monday and  Tuesday.  Benjamin F. Wilson, formerly a  Methodist minister, whose home is in  California, arrived in the city last Saturday, and on both Monday and Tuesday evenings of this week lectured on  Socialism at Miners' Union hall. His  audience the second evening was larger than the first, the hall being well  filled, a number of ladies also being  present.  Mr. Wilson is a most interesting  talker, and has the rare faculty of keeping his audience interested from the  start to the very end. It is doubtful  if a better speaker ever appeared in  ���Phoenix, or one more able to hold  the attention of his hearers throughout,  even though some of them differed  with his views.  The speaker went into the cause of  socialism from the beginning, and gave  a clear conception of what it is and  what it proposes to do for the working-  man of the world through the ballot  box. He spoke fast, making the most  of his time, so as not to weary the listeners, and frequently punctuated his  argument with anecdotes that illustrated his meaning to a nicety. He paid  his compliments to the two old parties,  handling them and their theories without gloves, and holding them up to  ridicule. The socialists of Phoenix  believe that Mr. Wilson did the cause  no little good by his lectures here. He  will appear again during the political  campaign just now beginning.  The Oro Denoro has contracted to  ship to the Sunset smelter.  The" Elkhorn, near the Providence,  is shipping a couple of cars of ore.   '  Shipments of ore from the Humming Bird, on the North Fork, are  shortly to be resumed to the Granby  smelter.'  'The third furnace of the Sunset  smelter, completed for some months at  Spokane, is to be brought in and installed at an early date.  ���.W.'T. Smith und J. D. Sword have  seven men at work on the Bell, near  Beaverdell, on the West Fork, which  claim they have under bond.  An important strike of free gold was  made on the E. Pluribus Unum last  week, and this week a car of ore is being shipped to the Trail smelter.  The Snowshoe mine is piling up a  goodly tonnage again this, week, the  shipments equalling those of last week,  which were the largest so far in the  history of the mine.  Mark F. Madden, of Chicago, president of the Providence Mining Co., returned to Chicago Saturday, after securing an interest iti the Gold Finch,  another high grade property.  W. S. Keith has taken a lease and  bond on the Ruby claim at Boundary  Falls, from which small shipments were  made two years ago. Some $10,006  has already been spent on the property.  This week the 150 h. p. electric  hoist was used at the , Snowshoe mine  for the first time, and worked smoothly. This is the second mine in the  Boundary to which Cascade power is  being furnished.  SHOOTING OVER  FOR A TIME  Young Ideas Will Now Have  Vacation.  PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSED YESTERDAY  Parents and Frlendi a I the Final Exerclsei  ���List of Promotions *nd Rolf�� of Honor  Presented.  Phoenix Man Goes Higher.  W, L. Ge'rnmine, who has been a  resident of this camp for nearly four  years, and has been in charge of the  office work of the Hunter-Kendriek Co.  for that time, has accepted a position  as general manager of the Russel-L'iw-  Caullield Co., of Greenwood, and will  enter upon his new duties about the  middle of next month. It is understood that W. M.'liiw will retire from  the active management of that concern.  Mr. Germaine has made many friends  in Phoenix, who while they regret his  departure, are congratulating him on  the step up higher which he will   thus  take.   Wedding at Hartford Junction.  For the first time in the history of  that settlement a wedding occurred last  Tuesday at Hartford Junction. The  contracting parties were Frank Mullin-  er, baggage agent with the C. P. R. at  Eholt, and NHss Ethel Barnard, daughter of Mrs. W. T. Buker, of the Junction. The ceremony was solemnized  by Rev. V.'M. Purely, pastor of the  Presbyterian church of Phoenix* Geo.  E. Day was the best man, and Miss  Hawkins was bridesmaid. Nearly all  the residents of Hartford Junction were  present. The newly married couple  have settled down at housekeeping at  Eholt.          J. W. Astley, superintendent of the  Snowshoe mine, returned from a  month's visit to the coast, much benefited in health. Mrs. Astley, who has  spent several weeks at Victoria, also  returned,  The eleclrie pump ordered from the  [enckes Machine. Co. for pumping city  water by the Phoenix "Water Supply Co.,  is being manufactured by the Gould  Pump Co., of Syracuse, New York, anil  will be shipped in about six weeeks.  Among the Politicians.  It is reported that W.'W.B. Mclnnes  will run for Alberni.  Greenwood riding's liberal convention has been set for July 17th.  S. S. Taylor, the solicitor, has re-,  ceived the nomination of the liberals  in Nelson riding.  The conservatives of Cranbrook have  nominated Thomas Cavin, a well known  C. P. R. conductor.  Hon. R. F.Green, minister of mines,  arrived in the city yesterday, on a flying trip through the Boundary.  It is reported that Hon. Charles  Mackintosh will be the conservative  candidate in Rossland.  Blanks for the registration of voters  can be had of the secretaries of the political parties, or at the office of the  Pioneer.  W. H. P. Clement, of Grand Forks,  came up Thursday to attend the meeting of the local liberal association the  same evening. He is spoken of as a  probable candidate.  John Houston has announced him"  self as a candidate for re-election in  Nelson, this time on the straight conservative ticket, subject to the wishes  of a convention.  The government has appointed S.R.  Almond, of Grand Forks, collector of  votes for Grand Forks riding, in place  of W. R. McMynn, of Greenwood, who  was originally announced.  Monday evening a committee oj  three, chosen at last Friday's meeting  of the Phoenix Trades and Labor Council, met a similar committee from  Grand Forks, to arrange for a labor  convention in this riding in the near  future.  Last week the Grand Forks Conservative-Liberal Association elected the  following officers at a well attended  meeting: Hon. president, H.S.Cayley:  president, Geo. A. Fraser; first vice1  president, N. McLellan; second 'vice-  president, E. Spragget; treasurer, G.M.  Fripp.; secretary, A. C. Sutton; executive committee, W. Dinsmore, Capt.  Desbrowe, John Temple, E. Miller,  J.May. John Hutchinson, M.I). White,  Jeff Davis, Geo. Urlin, H..C. Hanning-  ton, T. New by and H. N. Galer. Over  seventy members were present.  Yesterday the public school closed  for the session, the midsummer exercises and examinations taking place in  both divisions. Many parents and  friends were present and congratulated  Geo. D. Turner, the principal, and Miss  Curry; his assistant, on the excellent  results obtained with pupils during the  scholastic year. Next week Mr. Turner goes to New Westminster to spend  the holidays, and Miss Curry wi/1 visit  at her old home in Vancouver,- -  Prooolloo List���Senior Division.  In the.Senior. Division the following  pupils have been  promoted  from the  junior to the Senior Fourth or Entrance  Class, the names being in order of merit:  1 William Biner     2 Joseph Ingram  3 Mable Young   .4 Marjbrie Martin  5 Florence McLean6 Herbert Greer  7 Charles GrifTen ' 8 Mable Heidman  9 Ruth Petrie and Margaret Bell, even  10 Edwin Greer  The following are the highest marks  made in each subject:  British History, 70���William Biner.,  Canadian History, 74 ��� Joseph Ingram,  Literature, 73���Florence McLean.  Spelling and Dictation, 81���Joseph  Ingram.  Composition, 86��� Marjorie Martin.  Anatomy and Nature Study,   83 ���  Joseph Ingram.   '   i.  Grammar, 77���Joseph Ingram.  Geography, 66���Mable Young.  , Arithmetic, 63���- Mable Heidman.  Reading, 79���Ruth Petrie.  - ' Drawing, 78���William Biner.  The following pupils have been promoted from the 3rd Reader to 4th:  1 Annie Mastberg 2 Agnes-Pierce  3 Willis Hudson    4 Katie Bell  5 Dorothy Jagger   6 May Buckless  7 Rosie Horrell      8 Cecil Hackett  9 Cora Graham  From the Junior  3rd to Senior 3rd.  eight pupils are promoted, viz.:'  Wilbur Greer Robert Fraser  Gerald Summers    George Heidman  Nellie Ingram        Charles Tipping  Mable McKeown   Edward Tipping  Honor Rolls:  Proficiency���Lizzie Gill.,  . Punctuality and Regularity ��� Herbert Greer.  Deportment���Mabel Young.  Promotion List���Junior Division.  From Junior to Senior Division:  Constance Lowney    Ada Pierce  Lucy Graham  Pearl Hudson  Milton McLean  Mortimer Lowney  Arthur Swanson  George Mellor  Ruth Crane  Ralph Mellor  George Hawkins  August Mueller  Daisy Horrell  From 1st Primer to 2d Primer:  George Biner Jean Crawford  Annie Graham Winetta Marr  Emelyn Pierce Ulysses Trevorrow  Napoleon Docksteader  From Chart to 1st Primer:  Albert Elmgreen      Frank Mueller  Arthur Walters  George Trevorrow  Irene Breakenridge  Nancy Smith  oseph Mueller  Edna Swanson  Annie McKeown  Eva Greer  Honor Rolls:  Proficiency���Constance Lowney.  ,   Punctuality and  Regularity��� .Morti  nier Lowney.  Deportment���Arthur Swanson.  ___if__^___��3H_-]oi  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Iiouwlary mines lor 1900, fol 1901, for  1902, ami for 190J, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���           ��� P��sl  1000 1901              1902             1903             Week  Granby Mines, Phoenix      04,533   231,762   809,858    157,608       5,156  stiowsliou,               "                  297 1,731     20,800     23,910       2,160  Brooklyn, "          150        Mother Lode, Peadwood      5,340 99,034    141.326     47,038      1,774  Sunset,                  "           802       7,455        5,437          512  Morrison, "   150    B.C. Mine,         Summit     19,494 47,405     14,811     15,415       1,290  R. Bell, "            .... 560    Kiiima,                        "      050       8,530       9,206         180  Winnipeg,    Wellington       1,076       1,040 785           lioiden Crown,        "               2.250   625    Athelstan, "              1,200 550    King Solomon, W.Copper ,  875         ....        ....         ....  N'o. 7 Mine, Central  665 482           City of Pari*, "           2,000    Jewel, Long Lake  160 350       2,175          Ciirmi, West Fork  890           l'i ovider.ee,    Providence    219        012           Ruby,     Boundary Falls  SO      Miscellaneous      3,230       3,450 325          Total, tons      99,730 390,000   507.545 259,334     11,072  Granby Smelter treated, tons..    02,387 230.828   312,340 150,456      5,849  1 -\f  sAsihswwhw  flffl-i\_-t��wwaM_M___3t-ra^ THE PHOEN'iX ttbNEER  ia_wgM_���orwir-ii  The Phoenix Pioneer-  IRHI'FI) ON SATVRDAV BV THK  PIONKKR PUBLISH I WUXh  AT PHOKNIX. B. C,  W. B. WILLCOX. Manage*.  _.     . ( Dublin v�� iilFf,   M ���. 14.  TelephoiK.   ( JujjW., ._>jb..re, ->.u. U.  Sl'BCCKIPTIONS IN  AIIVANCK   $100    I.��5  Per Year   Six Months , ,   Ifvou are not a subscriber to tliii paper, this  Is sn Invitation to vou to become one. (|  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one raonth'n  advertising.  is at the" bottom of it. Others assert  that right of way troubles occasion the  delay, and still others believe that the  tightness in money matters on the New  York, market'(it is .-id that Mr. ��� Hill  and his associates have lost ten millions  of dollars in the last month by the  shrinkage of stocks,) is responsible  for the postponement of this work.  It would seerh that the latter explanation is much nearer the truth than  the other'.theories, hilt in any event it  is a'foregone conclusion that in d-ie  time the road will be built to thechief  mining camp of the boundary. Of that  much we can rest absolutely, assured.  will be composed of 42 members, and  a prediction of the balance, of parties,  and one which we do not think wil' be  far out, is as follows: Conservatives  27, Liberals 1 _, Labor and Socialist 3.  ���r-Kamloops Standard.  eTiNicwEftnLA BE L ^  1903      JUNE       ��  903  Sun. Hon. Tum. Wed.  Thu. Frl.  Sit.  12    3    4   5  6  7    8    ?   10   11 12  13  14 15 16  17  18   19  20  21 22 23 24 25 26  27  28 29 30  DOES NOT ENLIGHTEN.  In a recent issue  the  Fernie Free  Press, in an  article a column and a  half long, made an attempt to reply to  several criticisms  that  have  recently  been made by a number of journals in  the Kootenays and Boundary, and especially by the Rossland  Miner, that  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., is not  doing all in its power  to furnish  the  necessary coke to keep British Columbia smelters running at full  capacity.  The Free Press says that it interviewed  John H. Tonkin, the manager  of the  company, before the article was printed; therefore the story,  to all. intents  and purposes, is official.  The burden of the song is that the  present coke shortage is the fault of  the C. P. R.���pure and simple; that  James J. Hill does not own a control  in the coal company, and that no coke  whatever has been shipped to the  Americal side. Then in the same issue  of the Free Press we are told how many  thousands of tons of coal have been  mined at the three collieries the previous month, a creditable record, by the  way.  But it is quite noticeable that the figures of the coke production and shipment are not published in the Free  Press or anywhere else that we know  of. These interesting statistics are  studiously withheld., If a million tons  of coal are mined monthly it does not  matter to the quartz districts if the coal  is not manufactured into coke, and delivered to our smelters. This is the  point upon which it would be more  than interesting to throw a little light,  once in a while. Coke is what is wanted most, and coke is what our smelters  must have and will have, sooner or  later. If the Crow's Nest outfit con  tinues to demonstrate its inability to  supply the commodity, it must be had  elsewhere, and will be���even though it  cannot be had just at present.  How many tons of coke were burned in the month of May, and where  was it shipped to ?  It is fair'to presume that the annual  report of the minister of mines is at  last distributed to a breathless public.  What matters it to the officials who  take six or eight months to get it out  that it is ancient history by the time it  is in hand���it made a good job for the  government printing office, to which it  is a credit mechanically. It is to be  hoped that the McBride government  will put a stop to this farce of having  reiwrts issued many months late. Possibly a typesetting machine or two in  the government office ��� the same as  those used at Ottawa ��� would help  matters to some extent. At any rate  the government office would not be behind the times in facilities.  The   opposition   press  is  charging  Premier McBride with making a deal  with the C. P. R., and thereby keeping  prospectors off the two coveted blocks  of coal lands in East Kootenay and at  the same time securing sinews  of war  for election  purposes.     The  reply is  made that, as the C.P.R. has announced its intention to fight for the lands in  question through the courts,  it  would  be bad policy to deal with these blocks  till the question  of title  is judicially  settled.    To a man up a tree it would  seem that Premier McBride is  right,  notwithstanding the so-called righteous  indignation   that   this   decision    has  brought out. -  B. C MINING  *�����������������(����**>��� *  It is whispered around that it is the  desire of the Phoenix liberals not to  put a ticket in the field for the coming  election in this riding, but that this suggestion is not taken kindly at Grand  Forks, where most of the voters live.  Should this be acted upon, however, it  will leave it a straight contest between  the conservatives and the labor party.  DIRT DID NOT FLY.  Recently the editor of the Pioneer  published an interview with a gentleman from Spokane, to the effect that  within three weeks dirt would be flying on the Phoenix branch of the Great  Northern railway into the Boundary.  The gentleman in question claimed to  have received the information direct  from Patrick Welch, the well known  contractor, who is to do the work of  construction when the dirt does begin  to move,  Evidently, our informant was mistaken, for as yet there has been no  definite move for acturl construction  further than the completion of all surveys and the actual securing of the  major part of the right of way from  Grand Forks to Phoenix. When con  struction will be undertaken is not  ' given out, and it seems probable that  no one desides James J. Hill himself  knows.  In the meantime all kinds of speculations are rife as to the reason for the  delay in this work, which will surely be  undertaken some time in the near  future. Some think it is because no  contract for tonnage has been entered  into with the mining companies,or that  lack of adequate coke for our smelters  It is the proper thing now to register  your vote. New lists are being made  up all over the province and new collectors appointed. It matters not  whether your name was on the lists  before or not, a new registration is absolutely necessary to exercise the franchise.  The recent forty-fourth annual statement of the Eastern Townships Bank,  as published in these columns last week,  shows that concern to be one of the  solid institutions of Canada, and that  it was never in as prosperous a condition as it is today.  Slocan mines have shipped 6,400  tons of ore this year. :','  The Rambler is shipping heavily to  the San Francisco smelter.  The unwatering of the Nickel Plate  at Rossland has been started.  The Payne expects to have its new  zinc works in operation by the 15th-of  July.  The Quilp mine at Republic has shipped 1,000 tons of ore to the Granby  smelter in the last month.  Owing to light snows last winter and  an early spring, this season in the Cariboo placer country will be shorter than  usual.  Owing to the damage caused by the  floods, the Slocan Star had to construct  a new road from Slocan to its concentrator.  Ore carrying $52 in gold and netting  the company handsome returns lias  been shipped from the Velvet mine to  the Northport smelter'recently.  On account of the coke shortage the  Trail smelter has been forced to close  the hand<roasters. It is hoped to start  them again in another month or six  weeks.  Another stampede for coal lands in  or near the Flathead country, East  Kootenay, is now on. As far as can  be learned, however, no licenses are  being issued.  Rossland ore shipments for last week  were LeRoi. 4,000; Centre Star, 1,680;  War Eagle, 1,320; Kootenay, 290; Le  Roi N0.2, 350; Velvet, 100; Giant.,30;  total, 7,770; total for year to date, 171,-  527 tons.  An Aggravating Couth Cured.  A customer of ours who had been  suffering from a severe cough for eix  months, bought two bottles of Chamberlain's Coug'i Remedy from us and wae  entirely cured by one and a half bottles  of it. It gives perfect satisfaction with  our trade.���Haysks-Pakker& Co.,Line-  ville, Ala.   For sale by all druggists.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACC DENT.  Coininlssiniior for Inking Aliliittvlts.  Phoenix, li. C  IV B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Take  THE PIONEER  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary. It is cwr.ed ty the cc'itcr ar.d net by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  King Edward Lodge, U. D.  A. F.atul A.'M.  Regular communication 8 p. in. Sec  oml Thursday of each mouth.  Kuicrgcut uncling ui-culk-il; Miwnic  Half, Morrison-Anderson Kloclc.  W. I.. GHRMAINH,                  F.L.  Secretary.  COCK.  W. M.  ���  Phoenix Federal Labor Union   -No. 155.-   ���       -   ,  Meets Thursdays at 8 p. m  . at Min.  ������������ers' Union Hall.  HD BROWN. Ties. AUGUST 1'ILGHK, Scc'y  I'HOEMX AERIE  NO. IM.  Meeting* 011 viiitn.N  n> S3011.in.,' Miners'  Uni iv Hall.  Visiting   brethren  cordially Invited.  TII0S I.VO.VS. I're��.      WM. I'LUMINO, Secy  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and HATH ROOM.  Phoenix, B. C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed  . Imported Goods.  fine hoots and shoes  made to-order.  practical miners' and prospectors' shoes a specialty.  .Sin>|>  on   Douuniun Avenue,  Oravch-Willinnn Block,cor.  First mid Old Ironsides Ave  It is Now Yale-Cariboo.  . The Dominion parliament has divided Yale-Cariboo into two constituen  cies, one known as Kootenay and the  other known as Yale-Cariboo. - Koote  nay includes Rossland, Nelson and all  portions east of Arrowhead and Koote  nay lakes. Yale-Cariboo" gets the re  mainder of the present Yale-Cariboo  division, including the Grand Forks division.  From now till the 20th of August,  when the international yacht race is to  take place, the interest in the event  will increase proportionately as the  time shortens. These are probably  the squarest contests ever pulled off in  the world of spoits.  This year of 1903 will go on record  in the Boundary as one in which more  wealthy and influential men visited our  mines than ever before. Their homes  are not only in Canada and the Unijed  States, but also across the seas.  Republic is blessed with but two  weekly papers now ��� the Record and  the News-Miner, the latter being a consolidation of rhe News and Pioneer-  Miner. That camp always did have  too many papers.  From now on, for the next three  months, campaigning for votes will  occupy the attention of no small number of persons in this province.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Welcome���Yes, we welcome party  lines, if only for the purpose of making  "political lecations," for future record.  ���Kaslo Kootenaian.  Political Death ��� With two candidates in the field in Nelson, the political pot should start to boil; and  there is death in the pot for some one.  ���Nelson Economist.  Striking Tribute ��� The Sandon  branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce has closed down. This is a  striking tribute to the masterly manner  in which the Laurier government has  handled the silver-lead industry. ���  Revelstoke Herald.  Conservative Viewpoint ��� The  next Provincial   Legislative Assembly  The Best Liniment.  "I have deiived great heriefit from the  use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm for  rheumatism and lumbago," says Mrs.  Anna Hagelgttns, of Tuckahoe, N.' J.  "My husband used it for a1 sprained  back and wa�� quickly relieved. In fact  it ia the best family liniment I have ever  used. I would not think of being with  out it. I have recommended it to many  and thev always speak very highly of it  and declare its merits are wonderful."  For sale by all druggists.  ���."������";,  Oregon R, R. & Naw Go.  Oregon Short line % R.  Union Pacific R.R.  ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe and other  foreign countries.  Leaves  Dally  Spokane Time Schedule,  liflective Dec. 23 196a  Arrive;  Daily  7.45 a.m. VAST MAIL���To and from  Coeur d'Alene district, Farmington Garfield Colfax, Pullman, ���Moscow, *Pomeroy,  WHltsbiiijf, Dayton, Walla  Wnlln, Pendleton, Baker City  and all points Kast , _ 6)25 ji. m.  4:15 p. 111. EXPRESS���For Farmington  Garfield, Colfax,   Pullman;  Moscow,Lcwtstou, Portland  San Francisco, Baker City'.',  and all points KAST.  EXPRF.SS ���-From nil points      "  Kant, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfax, Garfield and Farmington 9.30a. m.  ���Except Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Route.  Steamers sail from Ainsworth dock, Portland,  at 8 p. m. and from Spear Street wharf, SanFran-  clsco, at 10 a. 111. every five days.  Tickets on sale at all S. F. & N. Stations.  For further Information as to rates, time of  trains, equipment, etc., address  GEO. J. MOIILER, General Agent,  410 Riverside Ave.. Spokane. Wash  AND  Of every description can be obtained at Eastern Prices at the  /  First class work and stock guaranteed.    Estimates furnished.  NEW  EDITION (  webster's  International  Dictionary  A Dictionary of E.NGLISH,  Biography, G��ograph7, FIctien, otc  New Plates Throughout  25,000   New Words  Phrases    and   Definitions  Prepared under the direct  supervision of W.T. HARRIS  Ph.D., L.L.D., United States  Commissioner of Education,  assisted by a large corps of  competent specialists.  rUch Bindings 2364 P����*s  5000 Illustrations  The International was first issued  in jSgo, succeeding the " Unabridged."  The Ne:u Edition of the International  was issued in October, tqoo. ' Get the  latest and best.  We also publish  Webster's    Collegiate    Dictionary  with Glossary of Scnuiah Words and Phrases.  " First class in quality, second class in sire."  Specimen pages, etc. ol both  books sent on application,  G.GC.MERRIAM CO.  Publishers  Springfield, Mass.  J.BMACAULAY  (inSCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  *���**      PHOENIX, 8. G.  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & OILMAN  VANCOUVER.*. C.  M PROVINCIAL   C  ASSAYERS   L  THH  VANCOUVKR ASSAY OFFICH  HHtaltlislied 1890.  I Minerals Identified and Their Values Kx-  ulniued.  FREE OF CHARGE.  Have You n Piece of Doubtrul Rock? Just  Mail it to us. Mill and smelter tests up to  4000 lbs.   Checking Assays a Specialty.  -_  Spokane Ms and northern  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPAR1)  RED MOUNTAIN E'Y.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V��� V. andE. Ry.  ' The only all-rail route between all points east  west, and south to Rossland, Kelson and all in  termediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R &  N.Co.       '���:...   ���' .   ' v   '.,;;���������     _ ������    ,-  ���'     .;. ������  Connects at Rossland' and Nelson with Canadian Pacific Railway;  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake.poiuts.       -:  Connects: at Curlew'.with stage for Green  wood and Midway, B. C. .  Buffet cars run on passenger trains between  tween Spokane and Republic.  EFFECTIVE NOV. ���. 1903. >  Leave; ;   ;i ���-,���'������ ..''..���'..   Arrive  <j:n5a m ....Spokane.'.;,......���.......5:4S p. ���  :0:15a. nj.............Rosiland-..................5:10 p.m.  7:00 a. in Nelson?. 8 00 p.' m  11:00 a. m ..Grand Forks.. 4:00 p. in.  10:24 a. m....i. .....Curlew 4*1 p. ~.  9:15 a. m Republic......'...;. 5:40 p. in.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Iroprovemeats.  'notice'.  Starve-out   Fractional Mineral   Claim,  pituato in the Kettle River Mininic  Division of Yale District.     Where  located:   In Skylark Camp  Take notice that I, John  W.Nelson.  Free Miner's Certificate No. IJ 54017, intend, sixtv days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining' Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, f jr the purpose  of obtaining a Crown Urant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action,  under sedi.11 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated tliis26thdayof March,A.D 1903.  John W. Nblbon.   Agent for   PABST AND  CALGARY   BEKR.   GREENWOOD  R. GRnlGBR,  Manager C&��  1J 0 ��� ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  %ja��. The most perfecty appointed Health  and Measure Resort in the West, with a coin-  Slete system of Baths���including Turkish  an 1  ussian.   Open the year-round.   The curative  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Troubles.  Foi Healing all Kidney, W'ver and Stomach  ailnuuts.   :'  For Eliminating all Metalli^Poisjns from the  System;'.  The giandeur of the scenery is unrivaled.  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes.waterfalls,  boating, yachting, fishing, shotting, excursions,  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed for  mildness. ���''.''' .   ....'  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  everv day and night between St. Paul  and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago,  "Theoiily perfect trains in the world."  Understand: Connections are made  with All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to passengers the beBt service known.  Luxuri-ma coaches, electric lights, Bteam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that vour 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, H. S. Rowe,  Trav. Pass. Agt., General Agent,  81'OKANK.WN. PORTLAND, OR  If you read the  PHOENIX PIONEER,  You'll keep posted on  the Boundary.  Eastern;'  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL $2,000,000. RESERVE  FUND, $i,2oo,ooc.  Head Office. SHERBRbOKE, QUEBEC.  Wm. Farweix,  President.       Jas. Mackiuuon,' Geu'l Mgr.  S. F. Mobky. Inspector.  8hkrbrooke, quitoec-  rock island, : '.'������>)<  Richmond,       '������'��� :":-'?���  HUNTING TON, ",  ORMnTOV'N,. '  ��� ;   . " ;  tST. JOHNS, *     " '  BRANCHES  MONTREAL, QUKBr.C.  COWANSVILI.K, "  GRANDV,  '������ "  MAOOCI, "  WINDSOR MILLS,      "  CtUANI) fOBKS, B. C.  WATERLOO,  COATiCOOK,  BEDFORD,  BT.   HYACINTHS  SUTTON  I'HOKNIX, B. C,  QUKHEC.  Correspondents.  IN CANADA: The Bank of Montreal.  IN UNITED STATES  National Park Bank, New York.  National Exchange Bank, Boston.  First National Bank, Portland.  Exchange National Bank, Spokane, Wash.  IN EUROPE:  National Bank of Scotland;  Savings Bank Department.  Interest nt highest current rates credited all  savings ace innts.  N.'H. SLACK, Actg. Mgr.,  Fboenix Branch,  'hCM'"  ix HomeJ^'-"��___H  Hid v >\ l<y n tu>i> >��� li��iiluti< n, has pi oven  tin' lift Hint Imt-' in: de a  BEER  11, has pi oven ;  le a  Host of Friends  who lestifv t" its (iood Qualities   , '���>'"������'.,   '  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUEI.LliK, Monitor.,  Corner  Standard Ave. and Bfi nner St. Phcenix.  Won fit liny worh s  1 "      ' "���     ,^3   McCRKATH. Prop        i, ,.. '.,       ���  JOBBERS IN WINES, BEEP AND CIGARS  Sole Agents for Keichsqiit lien Hellers'Blue Label Ilranil the most  healtliful aud rcfiefliiiig of MlneinlM'aters.'. '  '    '���.'���",..'^. '  Fhoue Orders Solicited. GRpENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  ������***���-****��*�������������������������������������  Palace Livery siaD.es  'I ho best established ami le^ulated hnsteliy in ilie Hniin-  tliiry. U'e aie centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit or Sat'dle and I)iivini; Horses. The  best of rit>s.      Parties  driven  to  any Mnundary   point.  Clear Smelter Lake Ice Delivered on Wednesday and Satardays.  Mclntyre & flcDonald, Props.  Knob mil Avenue  Old Ironftides  Addition  Phoenix, b. c.  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading Weekly  0/ the Boundary.  Published in the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  In 1902  the entire Uoundaiy shipped 500,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was reduced by  BOUNDARY SMELTERS  Phoenix camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of ore  last year.  The Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to 'any, part of Canada or the United  States for f  $_t.OO  per year���or the rest of the world for $3.00 per  year.    It gives the  Latest and Most  Reliable News  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It is^fearless  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin.at any time.  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  PHOENIX, B. C  ���.V     .THE SCENIC LINE..; : :    /  Through Salt Lake City, Leadville, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver, and  the famous Rocky Mountain,Scenery by Daylight to allpoints East.  3 Past Trains Daily Bet, Ogden aW Denver 3  .'MOPERN  EQUIPMENT, THROUQH 'PULLMAN  ANP TOURIST  SLEEPING   CARS   AND    SUPERB    P1NINC  CAR   SERVICE.  STOPOVEBS ALLOWED.  For rates, folders and other  information, address,  W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agent,  X3j Third St., Portland, Ore,  WlW>0~i;^& ���r-_(A��.>_JUH*tA+i  ^3SK^tr,?3?^  BS��m**ffiF.^SKSri^^  M���     - T    -  -.n  -nan*--*     nH-��i^  -If- THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Use the  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A High Grade Visible Writer.  The Speediest.  The Most Din able.  The Heaviest Manifolder.  The Easiest of Operation,  it; Must Convenient;  ".The MastvU!u;ibuble.'':v  "., Write fur Catalogue.'''  THE LINOTYPE  COMPANY, MONTREAL, QUE.  WORK THE BETTS  AND HESPERUS  Chicago Capital in Wellington  Camp.  OUALIFJCATION OF VOTERS.  Musi  ��� ���t ������������������������t������������������������������ ���+'���������������������'  "Strongest in the world/'  DEVMOMIENT   SfARiS   AT  ONCE  Company Has a Million Capital, and Intend*  lo Quarry' Ore and Ship II lo Ihe (iranb)  Soulier.  X.   ASSETS  $ 330,568,063.49.  . SURPLUS   $ 70,137,f 7o;oI  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,       \  >,.    605 606 607 Empire State Building      1  SPOKANE, WASH, j  I L. W. MAJOR, Asst. Manager, Rossland, B. C. j  * ���������������"��� ��� PHOENIX   ���  MARKET.   ���  ! P.Burns & Co.  HEAD OFFICE FOR D0UNDAKV CKEEK, GREENWOOD, It.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, II. C.  .... Wholesale and Detail Med ricrchants. I  ���  Markets at Neisor.,Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Sjlverton, New Denver, Ymir. Salnio, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  STAGE  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix at 10 a. m.  Leave Greenwood at 3 p. 111.  Daily.  &&&  : y:   A* S. 4 PAW, Proprietor.  Mi U n p cccdentcd  to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  T.,H. Rae, a well known mining operator, formerly of Ressland, with over  ten years' experience, arrived here this  week from Chicago, says the Grand  Forks News-Gazette. Mr. Rae recently organized a company in Chicago for  the purpose of operating, the JJcttsand  Hesperus, two well known claims on  Hardy mountain, about four miles from  this city; The newcorporation, which  is capitalized at one million dollars in  shares of the par value of one dollar,  will start development work immediately.  The officers are wealthy business  men of the Windy city. The list is as  follows: President, Gifts', J. McGee;  vice-president; M.S. Mossier;treasurer,  Peter li. Fridkyn; secretary, S.P. Bran-  nan; directors, G. \V. Stewart and T.  H. Rae. The company has ample  funds in the treasury,  President McGee will arrive here  shortly to inspect the property, which  has always been regarded as one of the  most promising propositions in Wellington camp. About 200 feet of crosscuts and shaft work, performed by( the  former owners, has opened up some  rich bodies of sulphide ore. Since his  arrival here Afr. Rae lias visited the  property twice for the purpose of securing samples. Two assays made at the  Granby smelter this week gave returns  of $17.36 and $19.46 in gold and copper, the latter values predominating.  Mr. Rae will personally direct the  development work, which, at the outset, will consist of surface stripping with  the view to opening up a glory hole  similar to those at the Granby and  Snowshoe mines. It is his intention  to make a smelter test at an early date.  The advent of Chicago capital into this  section will be heartily welcomed. The  new company is the Hesperus Gold &  Copper Mines Co,  To Exercise Franchise Rvery Ode  Register An;w. ��� ,  For the information of the general  public, it is explained that the qualification consists of declaring that the applicant is of the male sex, 21 years old,  has resided for six months in the province, and one montli, in;the district immediately previous to the date of making application.  Those who may no' register., nre In-  l.'ans and'Chinese, and no sailor, n a-  rine, or soldier on full pay in the Imperial service, except those.who live in  or own rented houses, not with barracks  or naval yard.  Besides the duly appointed Collector  of Voters for each district, the following is a. list of th/>se: before  whom affidavits may'be sworn:    Justice of the  peace, mayor, reeve, alderman, councillor, commissioner for taking affidavits  in the Supreme court, registrar of titles,  deputy registrar of titles, notary public,  collector of voii-s, provincial constable,  special   provincial   constable,  government agent, government assessor, mining recorder, deputy mining  recorder,  judge of any court, stipendiary  magistrate, municipal clerk, municipal assessor, postmaster, postmistress or Indian  agent. .  The form of application which all intending voters must sign, is as follows:  Canada, British Columbia,,  1.": ...'.'.���    . .do hereby  apply to have my name inserted in the  Register of Voters for the ........  Electoral District,  and  I  do  hereby  make oath and say (or solemnly affirm):  1. That I reside at  .   in the .......... .-... Electoral District, and my postoffice address is. ...  ..'.. .���.'...........   .British Columbia.  2. That I am of the-male sex, of the  full age of twenty-one years and a British subject.   ' "..;  3. That I have been for a period of  six months immediately prior to the..  clay of.......... 190, .... a resident  of and domiciled within the Province  of British Columbia, and that I have  been for a period of one month immediately prior to said date a resident  of and domiciled within the   .....   Electoral district.  4. That I am in good faith a qualified elector in said Electoral District.  5. That I'."am not registered as a  Provincial Voters in any Electoral District in British Columbia.  Sworn (or affirmed);before me at  .... ,... .in the Province of British Columbia, this  .. .day of A. D.  190..     ''���-..  Slater Shoe Advertising.  Foot  Into  Short talks by the Slater Shoe ad man, No 3.  For years the "Slater Shoe" has been advertised as the shoe of ccmlort���of foot ease.  Thousands of pairs of "Shter Shoes" have  been boug-ht because of this claim.  Now imagine a man or woman baying a  second pair of "Sliter Shoes" after a course in  foot agony in a pair of ill-fitting "Slaters."  If the "Slater Shoe" had not proven to  wearers its claims to comfort how long could  it have remained on the market, no matter how  loudly or skillfully it might have been advertised?  How long could the makers have continued  to expend large sums in advertising had the  "Slater Shoe" fallen short in any of its advertised  claims to comfort, wear and appearance ?  The Slater Shoe  Goodyear welted.   Made In Canada 40 years.  For men $4.00 and $5.50.  For women $3.50 and $5.00.  SOLE AGENTS,  Hunter-Kendrick Co.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Signature of Applicant.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  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  ������_n����   /Including lUndsome Portrait^  jrtSal    l,of King Kdward, 17x22 iuche��7   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            2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  A business worth conducting at all  should be nourished with plenty of  good advertising.  Good things will move only when  they are appreciated. The way to furnish appreciation is to tell the fine  qualities���advertise them.  Never cry "poor mouth" to those  whom you want to repose confidence in  you���they will help you more quickly  if they think you are prospering.  You can't give a good ad a poor position. Like the Kentucky colonel's  opinion of whiskey���there isn't any  poor, tho' some's better than others.  Advertising is the fire that keeps the  pot boiling; heating things up with untruthful statements is about as danger  ous as using  kerosene  with  ordinary  fires.  Note.���Any 'person applying for registration 'in any electoral district while  his name appears on the register of any  other district, is liable to a penalty of  fifty dollars. Any person who takes any  false affidavit (or affirmation) is guilty  of perjury and liable to fourteen years'  imprisonment.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  Our Trade Increasing.  The trade returns for the eleven  months of the fiscal year ending May  31, shows an increase in the aggregate  trade of the Dominion of $38,371,462.  The total trade for thai time has now  reached $392,080,918, compared with  $353,689,456 for the same period last  year. In imports there was an increase  of about $22,000,000, and in the exports of about $16,000,000. The increase of duty was nearly $4,000,000.  Geo. L. Pedlar, eye specialist, will  make his regular visit to Phoenix July  3rd and 4th. If you suffer from headaches or eye discomfort do not fail to  consult him and receive' a skilled examination by the most perfect testing  appliances made.  Nothing Like Experience.  "One truth learned by actual experience does more good tlian ten experiences one hears about." Telia man that  Ohunberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure cholera morbus,  and be will most likely forget it before  the end of the day. Let'lum have a severe attack of that disease, feel that be  is about to die, use this remedy,and learn  from bis own experience bow quickly it  gives relief, and be will remember it all  bis life.   For sale by all druggists.  Wliv von should huv....''  FAIR PLAY  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because it is. Hie BK-iT.ijiialky.  Because it is the MOST LASTING chew  Because it is the LARGEST high grade 10  or 20c plug  Because the TAGS ARK VALUABLE for  premiums until January I, 1906  Because we GUARANTEE every plugand  Because YOUR DEALER IS AUTHORIZED TO REFUND MONEY  IK YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED ;  Tiik Emithb Toiiacto Co., Ltd  NOTICE.  There are a few subscribers to the Pioneer  ���just a few���who are delinquent for the year  1902. If you are one of these, the editor will  appreciate prompt liquidation.  In Ihe 'matter of the ' 'Land Registry  Act," and in the matter of ihe Title to  Lot.!) Block 12, Map 5i), Town of Phofi-  nix, in tbeOsovoos Division of Yale District.  Whereas the Certificate of Title of  Rebecca Smith, being Certificate of Title  No -lUilUa to the above hereditaments,  I1H8 been lost or destroyed, and application bad been made lo me for a duplicate thereof;  Notice is hereby given that a duplicate of Certificate of Title lo above  hereditaments will be issued at the expiration of one month from the date  hereof, unless in the meantime valid  objection is made in writing.  Lund Registr-v Office, Kamloops, B.C.,  May 10, 1003,  W, H. EDMONDS,  (it District Registrar.  Just What You Need.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets are just what you need when constipated ; wben you have no appetite,  feel dull after eating and wake up with  a bud taste in your month. They will  improve your appetite,cleanseand invigorate your stomach and give you a relish  for your food.    For gale by all druggists.  PHOTOGRAPHS OF  THE BIG MINES  OF BOUNDARY  Victoria Avenue, Phoenix  In Cottage Hotel.  B.C.  We make a specialty  of family ar\d Hotel  trade.  Free delivery to all parts of the city.  J. S. McCAGUE, Prop.  Too Oreat a Risk.  In, almost every neighborhood someone  has-dfed from an attack of colic of cboi-  ���� morbus, often before medicine could  be procured or a phvsician summoned.  A wliablo remedy "for thase diseases  BhouM be kept at hand. The risk is too  Peat for anvone to take. Chamberlain's  w��lic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  n��o Undoubtedly saved the lives of more  Pwple and relieved more pain and suiter-  >ng than any other medicine in use. It  can alwayn be dopended upon.   For sale  Special Round Trip Rates.  Between June 4th and August 26th  the Illinois Central will sell rr-und nip  tickets from Oregon and Washington  points to Chicago, Cairo, Memphis  and New Orleans at greatly reduced  rates.  Tickets good for three months. Go-  ing limit ten days. Returning limit  ten days after starting west. Stopover  privileges either way, west of the Missouri river.  Sale dates are arranged lo be con  venient for delegates to conventions of  National Educational Association, at  Boston; Elks, at Baltimore; Woodmen,  at Indianapolis; Eagles, at New York;  Shriners.at Saratoga; Knights of Pythias  at Louisville and Commercial Travelers at Indianapolis.  You can take your choice of sixteen  different routes.    Write us.     We will  cheerfully give you any detailed infer  riiation you want,  B, II, Trumhuli.,  143 Third St.,  Portland, Ore,  Low Rates lo Los Angeles.  The O. R. & N. will sell tickets Mav  10th, 11th, 15th and Kith from Spokaiw  to Los Angeles, Cal. and return vin  steamer from Portland at rate of $407.10.  and on May 13th, 14t.h and loth via the  all rail route $49.20, or via steamer from  Portland to San Francisco, rail to Ia>s  Angeles and rail returning, J4i) 20. Meal.-  and berth? on Steamers included. Final  limit July 15th. 15)03. Stopovers allowed  in California in either direction. Berth  reservations should be made in advance.  For full particulars call on or address.  Cieo. J. MoiiLEK, General Agent,  430 Riverside avenue, Spokane.  WE HAVE A FEW COPIES OF A  WELL- EXECUTED PHOTOGRAPH  of the tix big Boundary mines 'that  shipped 500,000 tons of ore in 1002.  The mines are the Granby, Snowshoe,  Mother I.ode, Sunset, Emma and B.  C. Mine.  As �� companion to this we have a  ^holograph of the three Boundary  Smelters, viz.: Granby Mother Lode,  and Sunset, showing them iu operation.  Size of each , 10x13 inches.  The  two  sent  postpaid   to  any  address for $1.50.  Address  PIONEER PUB. CO.  PHOENIX,   B.C.  1903 COPPER HANDBOOK  The World's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  The 1903 International Edition U new from cover to  cover. It lists and describes 2,207 copper mines and copper mining companies in all parts of the world. It has a  greatly amplified chapter on the History, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Uses and Statistics of Copper.  Eight chapters are devoted to the various Copper Mining  fields of the world; a long chapter of Statistical Tables  and descriptions, ranging from a lew lines to eleven pages,  of the world's Copper Mines.  The 1903 edition is Uie result of nearly ten years'  labor. It is made for the investor, miner, smelter, scientist  or any other person interested in the subject of copper from  any standpoint. The book has 600 octavo pages, with  gilt tops. Price. $5 in Buckram, or $7.50 in full library  morocco.  IT WILL   BE   SENT,   ON  APPROVAL,   FULLY   PREPAID,  to any address in the world, on the understanding that the  person ordering may return it within a week of receipt, and  charge will be cancelled if the book is unsatisfactory, for any  reason whatsoever, or for no reason at all. It costs nothing  to see the Copper Handbook, and it need not be kept unless it suits. May we send you a copy on these terms?  Address all orders to the Author and Publisher,  POPULAR NORTH BEACH.  Excursion  Sftamer T. J   Poller Goes  Service June 27.  Tiiose uho hm'phiiuihig llieir viioiliori  thisy��-ar w'/l I e in.leifhleil  jn   lemming  1I111I the |>oplll;ir 1 X( lirsioii Vfciimi'i. Ibe  T.J. I* llei���<|iiciii uf rivrr, IkjhI���pun  iii.��'j>rtvi ����� Jntii 27, mid (hut   (���lie will  m are I'oril lid. dniimr ihe ���< iimiii, eVi ry  lay from Tnn-day limit Saturday inclu-  -���tV��-'-   To see the Iw'iintiep ��f ilm pictnr-  ������M]ii��* ami nugl-iy (Yhiiiibiu /mm t c  l< I'l.-f uf I In- I'nttcr'ii' h In-ill in v��-r lii, bo  forgotten.    Fur pjieed and since nothing  in  livt r or li.ke M'tvice in flie entire  Wi'Hi e<|iinf- His yidi'-wl'i'i'lnl   lien illy.  Kiv iii'iiii- fr- 11. I*im' liu ii anil one from  -Ai-lur 11, ' the iil'Ii    i|,e    f.-molls  fifhiiig;  >,n < ih .��'.��� J..- ('itii'iuli a.  I'iii'i   ��'i'uit'f "�����  cuiiiioii   tiapK., Hint  neth mill  an  iiuiliy  while-winged fish lioats, lands the pas-  "engers at lluai-o,  where cloi-e coiiner-  ii"ji iB made for liMxIipoints uiih t it ins  of the Hwaco Railway & Navigation Co.,  whose cars stand on the wharf awaiting;  the steamer.   The beach is twcnty-Sr ven  miles long, two hundred  yards  wide at  low   tide, , and so  hard ' that' carriage  wheels scarcely leave a mnik.   It is an  ideal place for driving, riding, wheeling,  or walking, find the mrf bathing is unsurpassable.   The excellent hotels ami  boarding houses provide good accommodations at prices ranging from one dollar lo ilneu.lollars per clay.  The round trip nile from Portland to  Asfo'ia iV$2.50; toO''ean Heach,points  |4.00, good until October 15th. On Saturdays, during July anil August, round  trp tickets areeold to beach points at  :|iJ.G0, good for return leaving the beach  the following Sundav evening.  The Oregon Railway <fc Navigatioij  Company bus just issued a new summer  book, (free for the asking) which telle all  about the delightful resorts of the Valley  of ��he Columbia River. Tins can beob- '"  taincd from any agent of the Oregon  Railway & Navigation Company or by  writing to A. L. Wiaig. General "Passenger .Agent, Portland. Oregon.  Reduced Rales From Ibe East.  Commencing February 15th and continuing until June 15'tli there will be low  rates in effect from the east via the Illinois Central R. R.  to al|  Washington,  ()regon_ and Idaho points.    If any of  your friends or relatives in. the east are  coming west- while these rates are in  effect, give us their name anil address,  and we will make it our business to see  that they are given the best possible service.    We operate through personally  conducted excursion cars, and in fact  give you  the benefit of the latest con-,  veniences known to modern railroading.  We have 15 different routes between the  east and the west, and are in position to  give you the benefit of ihe best combinations.   Write us and we will give yon  full particulars,   li: Hi Trumbull, Com',1  Agent,  111. Cent. R. R.,   1-12 Third St;,  Portland, Oregon.  Reduced Summer Excursion Rates.  The Denver & Rio Grande, popularly known as the "Scenic Line qf  the World," has announced greatly reduced round-trip rates from Pacific  Coast points for the benefit of teachers  who will spend their vacation in the  east, and delegates to all the prominent  conventions���N. E. A., at Boston; A.  O. U. W., at St. Paul; B. P. O. E���  at Baltimore; Woodmen of America,  at Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;  Mystic Shriner, at Saratoga Springs;  K. of. P. at Louisville, and T. P. A.,  at Indianapoils.  Tickets at the reduced rates will be  based upon one fare for the round  trip, but will be sold only on certain  days. These tickets will carry stopover privileges on the going trip, giving  passengers an opportunity to visit Salt  Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Colorado Springs and Denver; and will be  good to return any time within ninety  days. Passengers going via the Denver & Rio Grande are given the privilege of returning via a different route.  For a rate to the point you wish to  go, and for dates of sale and othei  particulars, as well as for illustrated  pamphlets, write  W. C McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.,  ��     124 Third St., Portland.Or.  HORACE J. STEVENS,    :  36 Post Okkick Block.  HOUGHTON, MICH.  There are just  Two Kinds of  The property now occupied by  the postoffice, and known as the  They are the kind that is a  credit lo you and your printer and���the other hind. . .  Ours is Said to be the Best  _s>  When you want something  TICKETS  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  Hip^ifjcKy:  Excursion  ... Kfltcs  T  VIA  Clean,  17Tt/s~abllioU9 attack, take  Chamber-  quick recovery ia certiun.    K>r sale t>y  all druggists.  Six Large Rooms, Pantry and Clothes  Closet, Verandah front and rear,  with Basement.  No Reasonable Offer Refused.  Also, Iron Bedsteads, Springs and  Mattresses, Infants' Combination.  High Chairs, Etc., Etc.    Apply to  S. SOMERVILLE,  Dominion Ave,  PHOENIX, B. C.  IN OFFICE STATIONERY  We have the art and the artists to give  you exactly what you wish.  Our mechanical   department equipped  with the latest and best.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  PIIOKXIX, B. C.  June 4-5, 24-30  July 15 -16  Aug. 25 - 26  From PHOENIX to  St. Paul, Minneapolis, l)iihali,$6o.50  Kansas City        6S.40  Chicago    72.00  Toronto    96.80  Montreal, New York 108.00  Corresponding rates to all Eastern  points from r-11 stations. Tickets avail-  aole via Lake Route, including meals  and berths.  PRICE,  $3,000.  Apply to  A. H. SPERRY,  Greenwood, B. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Vhoenix Street.    Thonc53,  We make good bread,     Try it,  .C.W."GREER, Proprietor  SHORT LINE  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Seattle, Victoria, Tacoma and Portland,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining and Bullet Smoking Library.  Fast Trains at Convenient Hours *}  Bet. Spokane and Puget Souud��  For rates and folders and full information'regarding trips call on or address  any agent V. V. ���"K.or S. F. & N. Rys.  A.B.C.Dkn.siston,       II. Brandt,  G.W. P.A., C. P AT. A.,  Seattle, Wash. Spokane, Wn  1  For time tables and further information  apply to  J. G. Clark, E.J. Coyle,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.    Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P.  Nelson, B.C.  A.,  Advertising  is the lever that moves the business world ��� so the men who  really know, who are conspicuous for their success, assert.  If you wish to reach the people of Phcenix and the Boundary generally, you cannot do it  without using the columns of  the Phoenix Pioneer.  Rates on application to  Pioneer Pun. Co.,  Phoenix, B.C  I MM  :   .  .1. V..-. :Y(3'  J T.-'v-.i'-rvtv  f  -A.:\y$��&  ���iW0��  i,  ,v:J'?K(&?  , ���.���������?, S��tA;ll  ,���������. <MM  Ifll  !��������� M0.  t 7:  !.���'��� V  !"���';!"  ?��� 'i  m  1,  1 :'Mm  ���Jill  [y-mm  1  ���Ml  wm  ���mm fan i>M6fiNik t>f6NK_}i  ^^ijj^^^^jjj^g^  *>* -���*-*-��  BRIEF NEWS NOTES  MATTERS OF GEN-  ERAL INTEREST  TO   PHOENICUNS  \NS       ;+  Dr. Mathison, Dentist.  A cricket club is to be organized at  Grand Forks.  Kettle river strawberries.. ar^_ in the  market, and are of a fine quality.  Chief Engineer Kennedy, of ihe V.,  A7. & E. railway, has gone to St. Paul.  James McCloskey, the blind miner,  has been making a tour of the Slocan  towns.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, as usual, in the Bank block.from  July ioth to 14th.  The V. & N. Telephone Co. extended their line to the Cascade sub-sration  this week.  At Rossland last Sunday the Grand  Porks nine was beaten at base ball by  a score of 10 lo 5.  Arthur O. Cochrane, a brother of  W. B. Cochrane, is taking law examinations at Vancouver.  A number of mineral claims north  of this city haw recently been located  by local piospectors.  Wm. Hunter has sold his store al  Alamo, in the Slocan, to the Scottish  Colonial Goldfields Co., Ltd.  Dominion Day ' will be celebrated  next week at Nelson, Fernie, Camp  McKinney and Grand Forks.  Since the U. B. R. E. "strike has  been settled the C. P. R. will probably  be able to deliver shipments more  promptly.  A large number of Phoenicians are  arranging to take in the Grand Forks  Race Meet and Dominion Day celebration next week.  Recent copious rains have been of  great benefit to the crops in the valleys,  to say nothing ofthechalcopyrite crops  in the mountains.  R. E. Tucker, of St. Louis, Mo., a  Phoenix realty owner, was in the city  last Saturday, and is greatly pleased at  the future for this place.  There is a probability that the local  water system will be extended to Gospel Hill, for the accommodation of the  residents of that section.  Two transformers were struck by  lightning in Monday's storm at the Cascade sub-station, but fortunately no  serious damage was done.  Rev.   Henry  Dickie,  of Windsor,  Nova Scotia, was shown  through the  local mines last Saturday by his brother-  , in-law, Dr. G. S. Gordon.  The Masons of Greenwood attend  divine'seryice in a body tomorrow at  St. Jude's hall, being joined by a number from the Phoenix lodge.  If you are looking for a good ranch  or farm, the crops of which now jn will  pay half the cost when harvested, see  ad of 160 Acre Farm in this issue.  Next week L. Y. Birnie and family,  accompanied by T. J. Hardy, expect  to start on a month's outing, going  overland to Lake Chelan in the American Okanogan.  T. Biner, and his son, Dan Biner,  left Wednesday over the Great Northern for Seattle and Olympia, in which  latter place they expect to locate. The  rest of the family follows next week.  S. H. C. Miner, president of the  Granby Co., left Monday for a visit to  the International Coal & Coke Co.'s  mines at Blairmore, Alberta. Then he  will visit coast cities and return to  Montreal.  James Jones returned from a visit to  Spokane, and before leaving witnessed  the scene of the terrible railway wreck  on the Great Northern in that city,  which occurred a few hours before, by  which several lives were lost.  F.~ L.'Cock returned from Vancouver Wednesday. He has accepted  a responsible position in the machine  shops at the coal mines at Nanaimo,  and expects to leave for that city with  his family in about ten days.  The Rev. W. A.' Robins, rector of  Greenwood, will conduct the services  at S. John's church on Sunday evening,  and will preach. Mr. Robins is possessed of much'spiritual power and his  words are always of great value.  H. H. Shallcnberger, who owns several good claims in Boundary camps,  was married last week in Spokane to  Miss Norene E. Pierce, daughter of  Mrs. M. A. Pierce, by Rev. W.H. Fry.  They will make their home in Greenwood.  Rev. J. G. Matheson, of Priceville,  Ont., has been spending a week visiting his brother, the city clerk, Donald  J. Matheson. Last Sunday he occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church  in the evening, and will do the same  tomorrow morning.    ���  Special services will be held tomorrow in the Methodist church, in commemoration of the bicentenary of the  birth of John Wesley. 11 a. m., subject, "Methodism, its Mission;" 7.30 p.  m., subject, "Methodism, its Doctrine."  Everybody welcome.  Contractor Fisher has finished the  pole line to the new pumping station  to be erected by the Phoenix Water  Supply Co. As soon as the wire is  strung and the new electric pump arrives, the new plant will be placed in  commission.  A. H. Buchanan, manager of the  Bank of Montreal at Nelson, J.J.Campbell, commercial agent at the Hall  Mines smelter, and his brother, Rev.  Campbell, were in town Monday, having made a visit to the Emma mine,  under bond to the Hall mines.  The coast newspapers announce that  ex-Major Tracy W. Holland, pfGrand  Forks, has interested Chicago capital  - in a million acre tract in'Manitoba.  Mr. Holland's syndicates purpose' to  raise wli��at on an enormous scale and  establish a cattle ranch as well. It is  said (hat this is not a hot air scheme.  ,<��=  This  Trade  Mark  Fred Kaiser, the Eholt hotel man,  has invested in ranch property near  Spokane.  The city council, which did not meet  Wednesday, will have a special session  this morning.  , Andrew Hackett has gone to Victoria again to look after his coal' prospecting licenses.  Friday, July ioth, the Methodist  Indies' Aid will give a strawberry and  ice cream social.  Ed. Brown was taken to the hospital  Wednesday, suffering from blood poisoning in one foot.  iv-ft  ���__3S-fl  Evaporated Cream  Has no equal for richness and purity���Keeps perfectly  1 any climate,,    The best for all household purposes.  Aslt for VIQTOR. Brand.  Minudcturcd by CharJotictown Condensed Milk Co., Chcrlotletown, P- E. I.  Household Furniture For Sale  Complete outfit of household  furniture for sale.    Apply to  '���'   '     'Vw'k  New York Townsite.  F,   L.   Cock,  Help Wanted.  Wanted, general help for a family of  two.    Apply at Snowshoe mine  or at  this office.  I CKurcK Services  Tomorrow.  3  THOS. BROWN,  ���DEALER IN-  Church of England Services���Holy  Communion each Sunday at 8 a. in.,  Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.;  second Sunday in each 'month lloly  Communion also at midday. All seats  fiee.    E P. Flewelling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at ���'���: i'i a. m. and  7:30 p. in. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Midweek meeting  Wednesday at 7 30 p.m. Rev. V. M.  Pure*)', B. A., pastor.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p.m. at Hardy-Mcltenzie hall, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty invitation is extended to all. Thos.  Green, B. A., pastor.  Men's Wear Exclusively,  Invites every man in P_.o2.nix to give  him a call and,'examine goods. ��� ��� ��� ���  Hardy-McKeiuie Blk.,     Dominion Ave*  PHOENIX, B. C.  Black's Hotel<   Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B. C.  160ACREFARM  For Sale.  Choice location near Curlew, on the  American side. 80 acres fenced, 35 acres  in oats, which will pay half of purchase  price when cut. Team, wagon, harness,  good log house and barn.  Everything in shape so that you can  call it HOME���and at a real bargain.  Full particulars of this snap can be  had by applying to  E. H. MORTIMER,  Phoenix, B. C.  A Suit That  Fits and a  Fit that Suits  Is what you will get if we do your Tailoring. Our long experience and perfect  facilities enable us 10 do the finest work  possible, and our wide buying enables  us to offer a line of fabrics from which to  make your selection that includes the  best m the market.  See us before ordering a Suit.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  Bar Well Slocked with Choicest'Goods  Most Conveniently'Located  [et lie Sto Tou  Some of thechoicu Watches which  I now have in stock. It is well  worth your while to examine them,  whether you widi to get one now or  in the future. We have pood tiino-  keppers��� Elgin nmke���that we can  sell vou as low as <8. Not much in  it for tie, but that's your advantage.  Of coil'He we have llne.clironomeleis  also.   Drop in and see them.  O. E. DEY,  The Jeweler, Knob Hill Ave.  Official  CM'.'R. Time  Inspector.  Never too Hot, or  Too Busy or  Too Tired  Grand Forks,   Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J !���". KOYl'.R,      :       :       .       :       Proprietor.  I*i-Klnnliie.lime 1st, lcnve llreen'waod ill li a.m.  anil 1'lioeiiix nt 7 3on,tn ; arrive nl Oraml Horks  10:311a ni.,l��iive Gruml l'orkS3:45 p. in.,iirrlvi��|{  nl I'hoeiiix 7 p.m., and (iieemvoril nt 8. p. in.  Connect) !>oth ways witli Great Northern trains.  Hare���Grand Forks 10 phoenix, $1 So; Pluienlx  lo Greenwood;soc; (ircenwood la I'hoenix, $i;co  (ircewoorl loGtanil Hoik��, Jj. Office In Greenwood, lit. Northern Telegraph office. In Phoenix, McKne lliofi, it Smllh. In (irunil Vorks  (it. Norther offices. For expreu rutm, Inquire  al eitner office.  W. ZIMMERMAN  ��THE JEWELER 3  HAS REMOVED TO  ���^Dominion Ave.  Adjoining the 'Hardy-McKenzie Block.  Ho will be pleased lo see  All his old patrons, and many  New ones at the  NEW LOCATION.  Telephone No. 26. J. T. TIPPING, Prop.  ��  COTTAGE ��� HOTEL,  Victoria Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  Board and Lodging, $1.00 per Day.  Bar supplied with the Best of Goods.    Everything comfortable and homelike.  ' JACK BOWERMAN, Prop.  .TO  TKV   AND.  Please Every  Customer:  BOYLE,  The Druggist.  'I'lione 16  Your Rear Estate and Mining S.tiick  with me.  Now is the time to buy Real Estate,  as prices are low and are sure to. ad-  vance. :-;���  I have a jew snaps worth investigating. - " V  Farms, Ranches and Mineral Claims  for sale.  ��� ���''/'���  FOR RENT.  HOUSES, ROOMS, CABINS AND*  . STORES���at all prices. ;  Fishing'  TacKle  It is getting time to tackk-  the finny tribe. Before yon  start out be sure you call al  our store and 'examine"our  complete line of these goods.  We have Fishing Rods, of  all kinds ; lines that will  hold the-biggestof fish; sinkers,-hooks and everything  npeded by the disciples of  the famous Isaac vValtou.  Our prices are right, as  well as the goods, and we  invite vou to call when you  get the fishing fever.  Hi MElUllI  ���      KNOli Illl.l. A\'K���  1'llOKN'IX, U V.  Hardy-McKenzie Hall for Dances, Etc./  Deeds and Documents recorded.     ���  Typewriting.  Money to I .can*  v  STRIKE ME. FOR A  Fire, Life or Accident.  .  Insurance Policy^  1       ���*  E. H. MORTIMER  AGENT  (Jkavks-Wii.i.iams  Block,  PnoKNix,H.C  i\0.ik>x33.  MRS. RYAN,  DRESSMAKER,  and LADIES' TAILOR.  ���kkpiwcv v.���  Nearly oppoKitt* Telephone Office,  North of Dominion live.  ALBERT GROliLX,  Practical Horseshoeing, Blacksmithlng,  Dominion Ave., Pijobkix, B.C.  *������������������ *������+������������������+������+������������ ��������������������  Fogg's Chemical   Chalk,   Perline,  and Rustine foi sale at lioyle's.  Phoenix, B. O.  Mrs. Gauthier,  Fashionable  Dressmaker  "     GRANL'Y COTTAGE No. 5.    "  WHEN IN NELSON'  Stop at The Hotel  PIIAIR  The New Manager, 15. TOM KINS,.'  has made'it ihe Leading Hotel of the  Kootenay s.  4-DEPARTMENTS-4  Granby Exchange  HariiMH Shop���new. good* ami more complete  than ever,     , . -"  Carpet* end UphoUlrry.       , . ���  furniture and Sloven.   A 6ne lot ol cooking  iiteiuilH.  I'lcks, shovels and teamster*' supplies,  nay and double discount everything fores nil.  (net, we liny everything and sell everything.  We  In  AlexMunro  HAS OPENED A  Carriage and Wagon Shop  IN connection with the blacksmith shop.v_  Contracting and Building,  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  " Full Line of Hard Woods.   Shop on Dominion Avenue.  Air Compressors    :     Rock Drills  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head "Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  'Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREKNWOOD  AND  VANCOUVER,  B.C.  Todav is a Good  Time to Call.  R. HORRELL,  "Bob, the Tailor,"  Knod Hill Avenue, Phoenix, B. C  AND GREAT  Mid-Summer FAIR!  UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GRAND FORKS  DRIVING PARK AND ATHLETIC ASS'N,  To Be Held At  GRAND  ��� ���  i City .  1 Transfer, |  ft; Wood for sale,  ON  July 1=2, 1903.  $2,500.00 IN PRIZES  W , J5T Have you noticed the price of       '  I   Copper Going' Up ?  wji That means that real estate will also rise in value in Phoenix. , It is also  J!' absolutely assured that the  V. V. & E. Will Begin Construction Work  as soon as arrangements are completed,  I have a few houses to rent on reasonable terms.  G. W. RUMBERGER.  w ?��_.��ra: PHOENIX. B. C. r  j*S__>__&_____iA_S4��4_~^����^&_��^A__^____���__i_____��i  Residence and Stnbles at foot of  Dominion .Ave., Phoenix,''B. C.  .O. Box 269. 'Phone No.  ���  o  e  9  '���'  Athletic sports  ,,   ��� .......      -n  PROGRAMME,  WEDNESDAY, JULY 1.  a��o90^��tn>*o��*����o*C6��9��osoe  Hospital Donations.  Lift of Donations received  since Jan.  1st, 190,"}, to the I'hoenix General Hospital :  One Dozen Shirts ....Mrs. Griffin  Carpet, bed anil blankets lor private ward, chickens and provisions....;:'......-.. Mrs. Macy  A quantity of Jam...Mrs. Matluson, Greenwood  Hookt. and Preserves Mrs. Rees  A quantity of Preserves Mrs Hoyle  A Case of Whisky Mr. Astley  1 ash, $5 A FrienJ  Cash, f50 ./..!.......���;...i....;.............A Friend  Surgical  Dressings......' ..........A. 'P. McKenzie  Bedding Wm  Yolen Williams  Barrister Pees........ ....;......W. B. Cochrane  Much uetded Swinp Splint Mr. Delahay  Hooks and Kkks Mrs. Willcox  Two Dozen Pillow Slips end One Dozen Towels  Mr. Macy  Cash, $20 A Friend  Rooks :.............��� ;.'..:... ..........Mrs. Willcox  Papers aud Magazines,......McRae Bros & Smith  Eight small Wurd Tables and Wicker Easy Chair  A Kriciid  Provisions........ ; Mrs. Macy  ''lothing.. .;........:....,..........Friends  Subscriptions for seven Magazines, A. T.. White,  Si7 New York City  Easter Turkey ':....���.. W.S Macy  Cash, J50 Eastern Townships Eauk.Sherbrooke  Cnsh, $150.00 1 ,.I.ord Strathcotia  Cash,$5 .:...���..... A Friend  Twenty-five dollar (S-day) Clock.���....Geo. E- Dey  A quantity of Provisions W. S. Macy  A quantity of Marmalade��� ,...W. I.. Germaiue  I\it Plants D. McPherson and C. Henderson  Eggs ;.............. A Friend  Cash $160 ���Mr. and Mrs. S H. C. Miner  35 h. p boiler for Steam Keating......Granby Co.  Two Cords of Wood i ..A Friend  Sawing Three Cords of Wood A Frienl  Strawberries - ....^Marshall & Shea  -   MOKNISG.  Arrival of special trains over three lines  of railways.   _ ... .        51.30 a. 111.���Program of  Children's Races and other Athletic  Sports, Bridge street.  Baseball Tournament���12 noon���Baseball Tournament on the grounds'of  the Grand Forks Driving Park and  Athletic Association, Ltd.   Purse.fl00,'  open to all teams. j  AFTERNOON . '  Horse Racing���Hist event called at 2 p.  in. sharp at the race track.  No. 1���Running, V�� mile dash.   Purse  $40. '  No. 2���Running, % mile. Purse ^50.  No. 3���Running, % mile. Purse $175.  No. 4���Running, Grand Forks Derby, 1  mile.   Purse $400.  No. 5.���Cowboy's Race, 300 yard?, two  turns.   $40 in prizes; entrance free.  EVENING  Theatrical���8p. m.���Grand production  of Gilbert & Sullivan's famous comic  opera, li. M. S. I'inafore at the opera  house.  THURSDAY, JULY 2.  MOUSING  Fireman's Tournament ��� 9.30 a. m. ���  Firemen's Tournament on Bridge  street. 'Open. Hub and hub race,  distance 160 yards; reels to carrv 200  feet of hose. First prize $75; second  prize $25. .  WetTest���Distance 100 yards to hydrant,  teams to lay 150 feet of hose and get  ! water.   First prize $75, second prize  4*25.       ' '     *-.   ������������.,.  APTEKN'OON  Horse'Racing-t-2 p. in.���at the track.  No. 0���Gentlemen's Saddle Horse Race  . J< milo, owners lip.   Purse $40.  No. 7���Running, yt mile heats, best t\v<  in three':   Purse $250.  No. 8���Pony race, V�� mile, 14>o handi  and under*.   Purse $30.  No. 9���.Seagram Cut), distance % mile,  all ages. Winner of Grand Forks Derby to carry 5 pounds additional weight  . For a cup valued at $500 donated by J  ', IS. Seagram, of Waterloo, Ont., and  $300 cash added by the association  Cup to be w-'i'n two years consecutivelj  by same owner to become privatt  property.    Purse divided.  No. 10���Cowboy race, \�� mile, one turn  Purse $20; Brat $15, second $5. Entrance free.  No. 11���Consolation race. A suitablt  purse will he offered by the association  for competition by all horses which  have not: won first or second money at  this meeting.   Post entries free.  Horse Exhibits���Parade before thegrand  stand.     Liberal cash prizes will be  ��� offered in'the folio wing classes, namely:  Best thoroughbred stallion.  Best saddle horse.  Best standard bred stallion.  Conditions: Four to enter in each competition!   Prize in each class, $10.  EVENING.  Ball���9 p. m.���Firemen's ball  Some of otfr BARGAINS that yott will  need for Dominion Day. "~"  -  T-  Firemen  at the opera house.  Li.oyd A. Manly,   ~  President.  :W.  A. Haekint,  Secretary,  LADIES' STRAW SAILORS       75  SILK GLOVES.       20  PARASOLS    1 25  "       FANCY COTTON HOSE ...      4��  BLACK COTTON HOSE ...      25  SLIPPERS    1  15  "       OXFORD TIES   MEN'S BLACK and COLORED HATS,  J. B. STETSON, BLACK and COLORED 4 00  MEN'S AND ROYS' CLOTHING,  BELOW COST  2 00  r  00  .3 for  for  MEN'S WASH TIES..-   '���".���   SILK TIES./.   '"'     LINEN COLLARS....  "'    WHITE SHIRTS..... ....      90  BLACK  SHIRTS \.V....    '75'  "      FANCY SHIRTS   "      COTTON SOCKS   THE PRESIDENT BRACE   MEN'S FINE SHOES....:......  "      LACED CANVAS SHOES  G. A. SLATER' SHOES .:...;...  1 -00 ���  3D,  5��  2 00  1" 50  3.'.����.  Every Article in the Store REDUCED in Price  Pominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. p.  ITWKrSJCTWHJdTOOrM

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