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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 21, 1904

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Array i  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 684,000 Tons of  Ore in 1903.   *   #  f.y04  r ,  Phoenix is the Centre,  and   Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  AND   BOUNDARY MINING   JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District,  Vol. V.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MAY si, 1904.  No. 28  Buy Vour  TruitS and  \mamaamssaamaaaaaamm  Vegetables  For the reason���that as soon as they arrive in  the Snolcane market, we get them. We make special  efforts to obtain Fruits and Vegetables���not for a  few weeks in the fruit season���but all the year round  for 'h �� accommodation of our customeis.  This.season will see us carrying a larger and a  better stock of Funis than we did last season. This  is,saying a good deal���both for quantity, quality and  assortment.    We now have  Fresh Strawberries 30c a box  ��� *  Large Banana's           -               ��� 6oc a doz.  "Extra Large Navel Oranges           - **soc a doz.  Choice Green Apples         -     , - $2.00 a box.  California Dry Onions        -        - 7> lb. lor 25c.  California New Cabbage        . -          6c a lb.  Lettuce, Spinach, Rhubarb, etc.  You save money by dealing here.  The ftei-lkiid (o., ltd.  PHOENIX.  GREENWOOD.  GRAND FORKS.  TUNNEL 1,500  FEET LONG  No. 4 Level > of  the Granby  ���Mines.  CONNECTION MAI E LAST SATURDAY  Make* 2.M0 Feel la Lcagtb on iktl Level  ���Work ofWMealaf utf Tlmbcrlig Tm-  ael Now Proceeding,  ��!MM��<��M��8SMM&MMM9M  House-  ���   -���'..-  Made Easy  By a visit to our HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.  We have all the requisites for tlie Spring "Clean-up."  PAINTS of all colors in handy sized packages.  K.ALSOMINE in pretty shades���5c packages.  WHITING,;��� PAINT BRUSHES,  PASTE BRUSHES and WIIITINJ BRUSHES.  Call and get a color card for paints and kalsomine.  Grocery Dept'v  Another 'shipment of Fearman's Hams and Bacon.  Fresh Ontario Butter in lib., 15 lb.,' 3�� lb., and  56 lb. packages; and don't forget  "Anchor Brand flour"  Last Saturday night, as expected,  the last shot was fired in the No. 4  tunnel at the Granby mines, the portal  of which is at the back door of the  Pioneer office, which connected the  new tunnel with the 300 foot level of  the Old Ironsides mine���that is, with  the workings of the No. 2 shaft at that  level. Early this week the two horses  which were lowered down the No. 2  shaft to do duty on the 300 foot level,  were brought out through the tunnel  to get a whiff of fresh air. They were  in the mine a couple of months.  The completion of this tunnel will  give one more most important opening through which the ore from the  Granby mines can, in due time, be  shipped to the company's smelter at  Grand Forks. The Great Northern  railway survey connects with the No. 4  tunnel, and while nothing is said about  it at present, it is . fully expected that  whatever tonnage the Great Northern  secures from the Granby mines, will  be taken out through this lowest opening, at least, for the present, after completion ofthe tunnel some months  hence.  The Granby mines now have over  2,000 feet of workings in an almost  straight line on the 300 foot level alone,  while on the several levels, 'he workings extend a distance of more than  3.000 feet. It is significant, also, if  not new to those resident here, that  nearly all of this 3,000 feet is in ore of  a shipping grade. For some distance  in from the portal of the No. 4 tunnel  the bore is not in ore, but it is known  that the ore is at one side and can  easily be reached by crosscutting, as it  will be in due time.  In order to break the tunnel through  and improve the air therein as soon as  possible, as well as on the 300 foot  level of the Old Ironsides mine, the  last several hundred feet of the No. 4  tunnel was driven only half the regulation width. The force jof miners is  now busy widening this tunnel, so that  it will be the full double track width,  and it is also being timbered substantially for several hundred feet where  the ground is not as firm as it might  be. The portal of the tunnel is about  1,500 feet from the No. 2 shaft of the  Old Ironsides, and the work of driving has been going front both inside  and outside since February. When,  after a few months, the tunnel is complete in every respect, and it has been  decided whether to use steam or electricity as motive power on its five per  cent, grade, extensive ore bins will  probably be erected in the valley, according to plans already prepared, and  this will be one of the important shipping openings ofthe Granby mines.  '~f>  The   band   of   sheep   stayed   over  night at Midway, and there was no attempt at smuggling. \.  But the driver, instead of entering  them at the customs at Midway, as  usual, came through to the slaughter  house without saying a word to the  man who collects duty at Midway.  The result was that Mr. Gardom required the sheep to be driven back to  Midway, arrested th*e driver and dogs,  and P. Bums & Co. had to deposit a  check equal to the value of the four-  footed beasts before they were allowed  to go. It was right jifter the railway  washouts, too, and, mutton was a  scarce article in the _ Boundary. The  chances are that hereafter all sheep  will be carefully ente're'd before being  taken beyond Midway, so that the  majesty of the law shall have no infractions.  McGILL BOYS  WERE HERE  Party   of  19   Visited,  Mines.  Our  BONDED MAVIS  FOR $U,000.00  ABE TRAVELLING  IN PRIVATE CAR  Boundary Mining Notes  !��� Charge of Pro). J. B, Porter, Who Visited  Phaealx Three Vein Ago With A Similar  Parly.  Claim  Was   Discovered  Accident  By  I-ast fall while installing the poles  lor the Cascade Wat>r, Light and  Power Company, a garfg of men un  covered a small lead pi golena ore on  the Mavis mineral claim,' belonging to  E. T. Wickwire, over-which the right  of way passes, says } the Greenwood  Times. The other daf/Mr. Wickwire  gave a bond on this property to Mike  Kane and associates for $~ 1,000, the  payments of which/'will cover two  years.. The first payment is to be  made at the end ^of.si^c months and  balance in twelve and twenty-four  months, respectively!���/The bonders  have the privilege of sh/pping ore up  to any amount they can mine upon  the payment often per' cent, royalty,  and m every way trie,1" terms of the  bond are such that the}parties taking  hold of the property yjill be able to  meet their obligations out of the ore,  should the claim-tuftV^Vai-aSr expected.  The sale was the direct-result of the  accidental uncovering of this lead by  the power company's men. Assays  taken by Mr. Kane ran as high as $99,  gold and silver, and the boys are satisfied they have a "good thing." There  is no reason why it should not be, as  its locality is favorable, lying as it does  midway between the E. P. U. and  Skylark. A gany of men will be at  work in a few days on the property  and prospecting and development carried on in a systematic manner.  MASONS GAVE  A BANQUET.  'I ARREST YOU  AND YOUR DOGS."  On Occasion of Visit of Deputy  Grand Master.  ���V   J.  Amusing But Costly Episode  for P. Burns & Co.  "In the name of the King I arrest  you and your dogs." This was the  greeting that an employee of P. Burns  & Co. received a few mornings ago at  Midway. Just why R. Gardom, the  customs officer, arrested the inoffensive  though expensive, shepherd dogs, does  not yet appear, but, according to His  Majesty's servant, they had to be ar  rested also. The man said that it was  the first time he had ever been classed  with dogs.  The case was an amusing one, even  if somewhat costly for the meat king  of the Kootenays before he got through  with it. It appears that P. Burns &  Co. were importing something like 300  sheep from the other side of the line.  They came by rail to Curlew, and  were driven up to the slaughter house  near Boundary Falls. The driver was  a Yorkshireman, green as grass and  ignorant of the ways  of the  country.  Wednesday   evening  James   Scho-  field, deputy district grand master,  A.  F. & A. M., was in Phoenix, the occasion being his annual visit to King  Edward Lodge No. 36. He was  driven up from Greenwood by XV. G.  Fraser, master of King-Edward lodge,  and W. L. Dunn, a prominent member. During the evening the third  degree was exemplified, visiting brethren being Thos. Byers, of Trail,  and  G. C. Hodge, of Nelson, and others.  A banquet was also served in honor of  Mr. Schofield, in Masonic hall, in the  excellent style set by W.''S. Macy, of  the Granby hotel.  Mr. Schofield expressed himself as  well pleased with the progress being  made by the five lodges "in his jurisdiction, namely, Trail, . Rossland,  Grand Forks, Greenwood and Phoenix  Monday evening he visited Harmony  lodge at Grand Forks, and Tuesday  evening he was also entertained by the  Masons of Greenwood.   ���'''.���  Mr. Schofield, who occupies the  position of mayor in his home town of  Trail, states that business in the smelter town is getting in better shape  gradually, and the business people  generally take a better view of business conditions, and they are justified  in doing so.  Notice of Police Meeting.  James Punch, police commissioner,  requests the Pioneer to give notice of  a meeting of the board of police commissioners, to be held Friday evening,  May 17th, in the city council chamber,  at 8 o'clock. Any person or persons  having charges against C. H. Flood,  chief of police of Phot-nix, will please  present them in writing at that time.  Thursday afternoon the party of  students, from the McDonald School of  Mining of McGill University, Montreal,  who are on a six weeks trip in the west,  arrived in Phoenix, to look at the big  mines of this camp. The entire party  consists of 19 young men, with Prof.  J.Bonsail Porter in command, assisted  by J.F.Robertson, a brother of tin- provincial mineralogist for British Columbia. Travelling in their privatecar, which  was switched to the compressor spur  while they were heie, the party is comfortably fixed with a cook, etc.  The studenis in the party are as  follows, "most of whom are in their  third year of mining course: C. L.  Cantley, C. C. Churchill, J. G. Dickinson, H. L. Forbes, W. Dickinson, J.  H. Grice, A. M. Hamilton, E. N.  Howell, G. O. McMurtry, J. M. Mc-  Phee, N. Martin, A. B. Ritchie, A. L.  Sharp, E. E. Winter, M. H. Sullivan,  George P. Sharp and A. W. G. Wilson.  As far west as Sudbury, Dr. Ames,  lecturer in geology, and Dr. Stanfield,  lecturer in metallurgy, were members  of the party, subsequently returning to  Montreal.  By courtesy of W. Y. Williams, superintendent, the entire party was conducted "through the Granby mines, being the first party to go through the  No. 4 tunnel. They also visited the  surface workings, and noted the method of conducting the extensive operations in and around the glory holes  with steam shovels, etc.  Yesterday the party walked to Greenwood, the car being taken around by  rail. The mines and smelter there  will be looked over, and a day will be  spent at the Grand Forks smelter,  when the trip will be over. All but  two, of the students have secured  positions in the mines of British Columbia for the summer for the purpose  of getting a practical knowledge of the  business.  On this trip the students have visited the coal mines at Lethbridge,  Frank and Mitchel, and the St.Eegene  at Moyie. Then from Nelson the  Venus and Athabasca mines were  taken in and the Highland mine at  A ins worth. After going over the  Rossland mines and the Trail smelter  the party came direct to Phoenix.  Something like five or six thousand  dollars is being spent on this trip, to  give the students a practical view of  mining and smelting.,  Latest Prices in Metals.  .   New York���CopDer, electrolytic, $13.-  12% @ $13.25; hike, *1SJ2@ $13,25.  Bar Silver, 5d%-  Lead, $4.05.  McCloskey'g Columbian Comedy Co.  J. M. MeCloskey, who Inst his sight  in an explosion at the mines of  Phoenix two years ago, will  bring   the Columbian Comedy Co. to Miners' Union  hall next Wednesday, May 25th.   The  company  is headed   by  the talented  young vocalist and dancer, Miss I^aura  Courtney,   the   favorite   exponent of  national dances, introducing the Highland fling.    She will  be supported by  Guy Watkins, the most eccentric and  successful Dutch and  black-face comedian; "Little Lloyd," the boy soprano,  the illustrated song singer; Walter Wat-  kins and Arline Courtney, formerly of  the Big Four Comedy Co., in sketches  and duos,   solos,  operatic selections,  etc.    If you wish to hear  the   latest  songs and jokes, and see the most popular and cleverest dances, do not miss  this performance.    An  open  air concert will be given  by the band.    The  manager has spared no expense in pro  curing the best and cleanest  show on  the pike this year.    Everything refined  and up ta date.  Both steam shovels are now.at work  at the Granby mines once more.  Both furnaces at the Greenwood  smelter are running in good shape  once more, after being repaired.      iS  Wm. Fowler now has the Marguerite  machinery transferred to the Defiance,  and is having the same installed.  The total output for the Boundary  mines is now close to * 2,000,000 tons  ���and this is less than four years  actual shipping time.  A meeting of the executive of the  Provincial Mining Association was  held at Nelson Thursday and' Friday.  The Boundary was not reprefented.  Development work ��n the Minnehaha and Hercules Jaims near Danville, Wash., not far from Grand Forks,  is in progress. Seventeen men are  employed.'  It is said that the Combination, a  well known high grade claim near the  Elkhorn, will be worked before long, it  having been under inspection by several parties of late.  It is said that there are still from  four to six feet of snow in Franklin  camp���so much that Thos. Newby  and others had to postpone some development work after proceeding  thither.  The B. C. Copper ..Co., Ltd., has  taken a bond for $20,000 on the  Roderick Dhu claim, one of 'the high  grade properties m Long Lake camp,  that is owned by Greenwood and  Phoenix men.  In the Providence the main shaft is  now down 325 feet and the drifting is in  splendid ore. Now that a lot of dead  work has been done in this property,-it  is confidently anticipated that the payment of dividends will soon be resumed  again. ^    '  Supt. Willie,-of the. Cascade--Power  Co., was in the city this week," in connection with connecting up the new  machinery at the Mother Lode smelter. Out of a dozen motors that have  been ordered for this smelter for the  electrical equipment, less than half  have arrived so far.  When tlie 21 ten-ton steel ore cars,  recently purchased by the Granby  mines, are placed in use after changing gauge of tracks, etc., they w;ll do  duty in the No. 2 tunnel. If they are  loaded and dumped once daily, the  amount will equal the normal tonnage  output.  As far as heard from, nothing new  has transpired this week in connection  with the merger of the Montreal and  Boston Copper Co. and the Brooklyn  group in this camp. Those in a  position to know, however, believe that  even if the present deal should not go  through, the building of the Great  Northern to Phoenix, now assured,  will result in the active operation of  the Brooklyn group of mines.  NO DOUBT  ABOUT IT  New Railway To Phoenix is���<  a Certainty.  WILL   BE   BUILT   THIS    SUMMEIt  Pat Welch * Co. Mow Preparing to Briaf la  Extearive dradlag aad Coailractloa  Oalllls.  The exclusive announcement  last week's issue of the Pioneer thai  the Great Northern railway branch to  Phoenix would not only be built, but  would be built this year, created no  little interest, especially when it was  corroborated a few days later from ���  Spokane.  G. W. Rumberger returned this  week from a trip to the outside, and  in speaking to a Pioneer .man, stated  that it was a certainty that the road  would be constructed at once. It.is  not known, however, that anything besides the surveyed line from Grand  Forks to Phoenix and the Granby  smelter will be constructed at this time,  unless probably the grading up Kettle  river from Curlew to Midway may be  undertaken.  P. Welch & Co. are understood to  have been awarded the contract for  this line a long time ago, and the firm  is now making extensive preparations  to get grading, paraphernalia, etc., on  the scene of action as soon as possible,  so as to get the work as far along as  may be while the good weather lasts.  Wednesday evening - Snowshoe  Lodge No. 46, I. O. O. F., gave a  social to its many friends at Hardy hall.  Over 100 persons were present, and  after 10:30 the hall was cleared for  dancing, refreshments also being  served.  List week Thomas Berg, owner of  the Norden hotel, on Dominion  avenue, died in the Medical Like Hospital for the insane, 17 miles west of  Spokane, after being in the institution  but 48 hours. His trouble was  Bright's disease, superinduced by alcoholism. He was committed to the  hospital by judges in Spokane. >  Jay P. Graves, manager ofthe Granby smelter at Grand Forks, B. C, and  Pat Welch, manager of the railroad  contracting firm of Foley I$ros.,&~Lar> -  son, returned from St.Paul yesterday-said  lust Tuesday's Spokesman-Review. A  'financier of the city who is close to  both the railway and the Granby mining people, says they were east to confer with James J. Hill on the building  of a spur of the S. F. & N. into the  Granby mines at Phoenix, B. C, and  succeeded in their mission.  When asked of the construction of  the spur Mr. Graves did not deny it,  but said he had nothing to say on the  subject now. The Canadian Pacific  has a 25 mile spur from Grand Forks  into Phoenix, but the mineowners  have been working for several years to  have competition in the ore hauling  by inducing the Great Northern to  build into the camp. The project  also calls for extending the Great Northern tracks from Grand Forks to the  smelter, four miles away.  WILL HAVE NEW CITV ELECTION.  Expected  Thai Judge  Williams   and   Chief  Flood Will Resign.  It is generally understood that a new  election for the five vacant aldermanic  seats has been ordered by the government, but as the city clerk is absent  no definite news in this regard is obtainable. Mr. Matheson may be back .  next week.  In this connection it is generally understood that Judge W. R. Williams  will resign as police magistrate and  that C. H. Flood will do likewise as  chief of police. If this is done there  will probably be no trouble to fill the  chairs of the councilmen, but otherwise it is a question whether they can  be filled at all.  Phoenix may have a team on the  base ball field at Midway next Tues-  day.  The Maxwell Photo Co., of Spokane  and Walla Walla, have removed their  studio from Greenwood to Phoenix.  They are occupying the Martin build  ing on Dominion a,venue and intend  remaining here permanently,  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines (or 1900, for 1901  1902, tor 1903, aud 10/34. as reported to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  'm  #  4'  .-"s-i  ���#���  (V|  l'l()  '  '?  J-  ���>������'"  f  i  %  1,?  ' "(S  '1  ���if  Jti.':  y> 1 JM&i  j, fifty '*-J-.s  '#*3��*:.- t  .- ��i**fr '   ��� -J  1 ''&%?   '�����  HP!  wm Mi  In :M  W181  is* ��?<;  m mi  wm  r"f$f$!  8: *feif  --mm  ii.  'Mm  i->i��>.bi  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  tvit'iti  ?&"'-|| ,  >&  ^*j^o *Wn*i/ ^e^e- -te/i/.  M> cLh^ mhvw 4��!����, c^a^JhMj &&o/uLf  j Air Compressors    :     Rock Drills'  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  branch Offices and Warehouses: %  ROSSLAND, GKKKNWOOD  AND fj  VANCOUVER, 13. C. J  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  The' Phocnix'Pionecfj^0^1 e5��rts of Duncan  > Liberal candidate for Yale-Cai  And Boundary Mining Journal.  ISSUED ON SATURDAYS |y TUB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT fBOKKIX. B. C.  W.I  .WILLCOX. Manaocm.  Telephone \ Jualn-M" office No. 14.  ��� oaicsttTioxa in advancr.  'erVear ��JO0  Six Months X-ij  If you ore not a subscriber to this p��per, this  It in Invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates lurnuhed on application.  Legal notlcei 10 and 5 ceuU per line.  Pour weekly InierUona constitute one montk'i  advertising.  Ross,  ���Cariboo, to  get even that promise.  - But, so far, the people of this long  suffering community have not had the  pleasure of meeting Mr. McMichael,  much as they wisfced to do so.    Up to  the.present  Mr.  McMichael, has religiously avoided Phoenixj and although  he had .time to visit coast cities,  has  not   found his way here  yet.   Our  business men only want a chance to  'pour their composite tale of woe  into  Mr. McMichael's ears, but that much  wanted official persists in making himself scarce.  The question arises right here, are the  Grits merely playing with this question?  It certainly looks like it. Or, if not it  is time something definite was done.  There is not another place in Canada  today, originating as much railway  tonnage as Phoenix, that is denied  customs privileges. This is a challenge  to any Grit to find such a place. .,  ���fv**^forg��ra*^^  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE ACENT  "KB, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Cu""U8,0"--f''-i��uUBA(n1i��vit,  H. B. KERR,,  ' ,{AKK'sr��R and Soucno,.,  NOTARV Public.  -'-lOENlX.B.c  -904       MAY.   ���,  1904  Sun. Mod. Tuai. Wad.  Thii. Fri.  Sat.  >?'*" A     4      S      6  ��� 7J'  - 8    9 ''to, - n   "12    13  14 '.  i1Xl6i\^7l   18   -19    20  -   * >  21 '  Merchants in most Kootenay towns  object strenuously to the lower freight  rates recently granted Nelson wholesalers. It is further asserted that the  objection would not be so strong if the  Nelson jobbers did not sell to large  consumer^ when occassion offered.  Uncle Loweryof the New Denver  Ledge, advertises that he has no less  I than three hotels for sale, for a little  matter of $8,000"to $50,000/ Can it  be possible'that the versatile colonel  has been, investing the profits from his  newspaper ventures in caravansaries  and is now, attempting to unload?  Vancouver is having  crusade.  Kaslo   wants to   procure  school.  Golden is to be lighted by electricity  shortly.  The Fernie fire cast   the  insurance  companies $246,700.  The Trout Lake sawmill will light  the town by electricity.  July 1st has been set as the date  for the incorporation of Fernie.  The C. P. R. will erect a station  at Poplar and install an operator.  Grading for the site of the new  Catholic church at Vmir has commenced.     '  A close season for elk in the Kootenay country has been made by the  government for three years from May  16th.  , WAV. B���McInnes, Libera! member  of the ' legislature for Alberni, is  to resign, to accept a county judgeship at Victoria.  Solid brick work and heavy stone  will constitute the chief materials in  Rossland's new $25,000 armory, for  which tenders are now being received.'  The building will be 103x53 feet in  size.  E CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  *" �� SHOES AND DIES  Q     RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  AGENTS, GREENWOOD.  ordered for the Velvet mine, at R< ss  land. It may also erect a small smelter in the fall.  Th-j Leonora mini", on Vancouver Island, and the Cioftoi Miic-lter  have been sold to ICnglish capitalists for $1,500,000. M.itson, the  liquidator of the mine, got a commission of $150,000.  Eight carloads of ore weie shipped  from the St. Eugene to the smelter at  Trail last'week. _ This is the first shipped from this property since July, 1901  almost three yeais ago. There are now-  over 275 men on the payroll.  THE  ��nw���-i  MVENPMT  Ligh L>;>n>':l/:i  World Wide Mining  22 23 24  '29'3o- 31'  >5    26   27 - 28  j ,fi  'hWHAT EDITORS SAY  L    ' '-       ���*       . ' ' ���,  c Up To The Bar���Warning is hereby given that the Togo joke is barred.  Let it be wrapped up in a togo and  buried.���Vancouver .World  MR. BUCHANAN SHOULD RECEIVE IT.'  Since1 the'death ofthe late' Senator  James Reid, but two names have' been      A  .seriously mentioned as possible sue- Z"��� HlsR^RD-Dr. Sinclair  cessors to British. Columbia's repre- ? KossIand' -? at' Ottawa'lobbying  sentatives in the Senate - those  of     ���      VaCant B* C senatorshiP-    He  will get it ��� in the neck. ��� Slocan  - George Owen Buchanan, of Kaslo, and ��� J  Hewitt Bbsto'ck, of Ducks. Dr.' Sin-  .clair, of Rossland who has been searching for some'public berth for lo;"these .He Has Brains~��� G. O. Buchanan  many years, also declares himself for{m,ght be termed -he very opposite of  the vacant seat,' but he does not seem'| Bos.-ock-    He is not a wealthy man,  but he has brains. While the Liberals  The Klondike^ has produced up to  and including 1903 $86,000,000 in  gold. * .  Radium used for the' treatment of  cancer has been unsuccessful in the  hospitals.  In the year 1903 Pennsylvania  mined $300,000,000 worth of coal,  with 151,000 empleyee;.  The deepest gold mine in the world  is worked at Bendigo, Australia,  main shaft is 3900 feet. deep.   '.  Consumption Beting With A Cough.  .The cough racks and tears the tender tissues of the  thioat.    Inflammation   supervenes'  and   then    serious  bronchial or lung trouble is established.  The important time '"s at the beginning.  Stay the progress of the cough  by using   fragrant    healing    Catarrho/one  which   reaches   all of the  bronchial  tubes, throat and lungs.    Catai rho/one  destroys disease eerms, stops the cough,  heals sore spots, clears  the  nose and  throat   of   discharge.      Catai rho/one  sooths,' never   irritates.    Guaranteed  for every form cjf catarrh.    For lasting  cure use Catapho/one.    Two months'  treatment $1.00: trial size 25c.  / -wr vi it "mirfosesy  Po 1 iiii'no, inyiilcoroiiltiilfM'mri', foi  *��� l/q.'idni' 1'ijiiiI-i, foi ciiiitiitL-'iim.   Cun-  ������;,.l. ii-.       t u *     " ' "    veiiK'iit loopciiilt', tpiiek itml iiowerftil,  ,,,,;,-'', ,y.Bn'll,,":ci'11' "������ *''''*��� m,v ��-'l������I lype, uiiv niMiliorwiuev  vutli or milium (truli-re.   HUILTBY ���  DAVENPORT LOCOmOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  I hese ciigiiios may bo st-^n in s��rviej at the nmica of Ci.uihv d>., I'liooiiix, 11. C.  ���0-0<K>-CK><><>00-<>0 O^^  You Should Read  SHAVING PARLOKs     ^  -   and BATH ROOM.  (���III%*TI>-\\ llIlutllM fllficic  Kiri.liiiiiloi<lii0�����|Je>A<).- I'U0KN|X) |j (>  KingEdwardLod5e,No.36  A- I-'��ml A. J|  VV.M.  ���'"OKNIX AKH|E  NO. I5i.  W��fi:-"-���������'  C��%S   Lo�� o.fT  ^*     h-N,'"M<()K..O.���il{NU46  v-Wtlna brrtht... co,U,.||, |"t,,",. "^  '"V  ( W. H. l'ooKi Ni ���  -��0K.Mw��,h��,Bcc,,i  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading' Weekly  0/ the Boundary.  Leokin* Up Nonh Furk Claims.  H.- C. Warrington, assistant general  manager or the Kettle Valley lines, ac-  comHanied-by #party of experts acting  for that company has   been   making a  preliminary inspection of the copper-  gold ,camps up the North I'oik of Kettle river.    It is generally understood  that, if the investigation  proves  satis  factory,   transportation   facilities   will  shortly be afforded to the mine owners  "e of Franklin and adjacent camps.    The  I Dominion   government   has   given a  >%  are badly in need of brains, it is not  unlikely that they will cling to the  traditions of the party and give the  ��� to be taken seriously even in his own  party. "  Mr. Buchanan   should receive the  appointment.'   No one is better acquainted, with   the resources of the  Kootenay   and" Yale than   Mr. Bu-',       -  chanan, and no one has done more for tll,nk-���PoPlar Nugget  this section and received  smaller re-1    wards in proportion for  his trouble     SupERI0R, Advantages���The time  and efforts.    He undoubtedly has the'haS arived when '* behoves ev  n,, ,     .       ,  .   . .  ���   (,<"uumcui   lias   tjiven a  Ihe production of platinum   ,n  the bonus of $6,400 per mile for a road up  world ranges annually between  *6o,- ,h, river, and it is  expected  tbatth*  000 and 170,000 troy ounces. wi��� be iupp,enU!nted by a g[ant fn)m  Up to the end of  1903 the  mines the provincial  legislature.    The -terri-  of Australia have added  $1,315,756,- tory no*& of Grand Forks is generally  I  145 in gold to the world's wealth.  England     receives - $7,000,000  in  gold   from   Australia   every    month,  and about $5,000,000 from Africa.  The Anaconda Mining company of  position to the aspirants who can "buy" I w . -    -  in   preference to  the one  who can  ���ana' 1S  the hr&6st producer of  ���'    - S1'ver   in   the   world,  this  company  having an annual production of 5,500,-  000 ounces each year.  regarded as one-of the richest copper  districts of the Boundary. If the report of the experts is satisfactory, it is  claimed that construction work on the  North Fork  road  will commence in  July.  Published in the J-Ieait of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  -.OREGON  Shout line  and i/niom Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST  Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  l.��n��>  Dully  ���*l!?,r'".'? T^~sssri?r  janclive .Vnv^jj,^,  the ability, and will make a creditable  senator.' The very fact that he is president of the Associated Boards of  Trade is a tribute to Mr.' Buchanan's  standing as one thoroughly familar  with this "sea of mountains.'" f  Hewitt Bostock, who is recommended by a number of Liberal associations  also as senator, was at one time a  member of Parliaments Yale Canboo-  Kootenay, and he has it to his credit  that he did more for the financial benefit ofthe Liberal press of the in-  terior than any other 'one man. At  least a number of interior editors could  testify to that effect if they cared to.  If Mr. Bostock has any other recommendations, they are yet to be broucht  forth. b  For sixteen years Cariboo had a  senator, and it is now time that Yale-  Kootenaywas recognized. Mr. Buchanan has the hearty endorsement of  many Liberal bodies, and is thoroughly  capable and able. It is hoped that  the Uuner government will, after due  dehberation, see the wisdom of appointing the gentleman from Kaslo  - rery newspaper in British Columbia to take up  the question of British Columbia immigration. It cannot be said that  this province is getting its fair *hare of  immigration that is pouring into  Canada, yet the natural advantages  and resources of this part of the coun-  B. C MINING  east of the Rockies.���Rossland Miner.  Thos. Jones is after all the zinc in  sight for his Kansas works.   ��� ���, lIJJ3 j,ait ���i cne C()un_      A ten day clean up at  the  I X L,  try are superior to anything to be found at Rossland, has yielded $700  east- <"if tho P �����!..-.._        n-_.<        ..... r.       ,  Fakirs of News - Che Foo, a  town in China, has a population of  about 7s,ooo, and has as many news  "fakirs" almost as Victoria and Vancouver combined. From Che Foo  more false stories have emanated since  the   hostilities   between   Japan   and  Russia commenced than from all other  cities in  the Orient.    The b*anrl ��f  <<hoP��whichthenewspapeTpipedW  ""'T "*  ers' consume there mnsf h.,��� ���  _ 149�� t0nS f��r the ^  1 he Ivanhoe mill is running  night  ers'consume there must have a wonderfully stimulating effect on the immigration of the war correspondents.  ���Nelson News.  Sandon mines last week shipped 120  tons of ore, making 4002 tons for the  year.  The Wakefield, on Four Mile is resuming operations and will employ 50  men.  Paul Couldrey, manager of the Le  Roi No. 2, Rossland, has gone to  Australia.  Rossland ore shipments last week  were 5,310 tons, with a total of 140,.  ���LHR*y!?��?TER lyEPHANIC's pukk  iak bOAl> lienli and softens tlie sk*n   wi,,��  prompt j; cleansing it or grease, oil' nistec  {������valuable lor mechanics, tanners, sportsiiie .  Free Sample on receiptorsc for pos a����   1UJU  Toilet Soa.) Co. Mrra Montreal. 8 "  ,An Open Leller.  ^ From the Chaplain,  S.  C,   News:  Early in the spring my wife and I were  taken with diarrhoea and so   severe  were the pains that we called, a physic  mnwho prescribed  for  us,   but   his  medicines failed to give any relief.    A  friend who had a bottle of Chamber  Iain's Colic,  Cholera   and   Diarrhoea  Remedy on hand gave each of us- a  dose and we at once felt the effects  I  procured a bottle and before using the  entire contents we were entnely cured  It is a wonderful remedy and should  be found in every household.    H   C  Bailey, Editor. This remedy is fors.de  oy all druggist-,.  the entire-Houiidaiy shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly eveiy ton of which was leduced by  " BOUNDARY SMELTERS  l-liocnix on,,, .done shipped 330,000 u,���s of 0)e  last \ear.  Tl>e Pioneei is published every Saturday and  and ,s sent to any pa, t of Canada o,   the   United  States for  Arrive:   aiiiW Dally  7-Jjn.i.i. I'AST MAH.-T., and ffoTT  Lociinl'AleijeUlmrlcl.l'nrii ,.���������  Ingloii Garfield . olftx v"{i.  man.   ���Momcow,  ���roiniroi    ���  Wall,   |.ci, I Hoi 1. n.ll.erC.ly  and nil p<i|���(�� |{nst y c ,��� ��� ���  .30,. i.i.��X|.k��SS-Ko, I.-,ir,ni���KioV.      0X,*m  C.��i field .Colfax,   l-ullnia  JI��ca��,l.F��l,toi,,h,rti; ,d*  S.111 Kraii-inco. ��aler c,ly  HXPKKte-Vrom nil po(n((  Kast, Unlcer City. San iw  clw., 1'oitland .Coiftic.Oar.  ���KxccptsSa;."1"1"1'"0"-- .���>.4��a.n..  SHOUT LINK TO CALIFORNIA.  San Frnnt-ieco-Poi-tlaud Koute.  ,lTn'!��" ^r fr"'" ^'"-voitl, dock.   I'orllShd  I ickel. on sale mails.,, & N. Station,.      .  OliO. J   MOIfIUK.Ge.ier.il Agent,  Klver��idc Ave..Spokane. Wash  $2.00  pe. yea.-or lhe ,esl of the wo.Id fo, $,QO |ier  year.    It gives the "*       '  Latest and Most  Reliable News  of Boundary Mi,)f.s and Smellers  and independent, and aims to he  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin a: any time  It is feailess  Spokane Falls  &  No*the*nRy.  rtiaC��'l��T,,y 0l! rail foute ,,e*Vu'e'' points  ���<>*.. Ora.1,1 K.rks and RepubWe.  ^'orlhp,,;t.,r8,,,,1 ',<itWee" --Mane-and  OTKKCTIVK JUNK 14. 1903.  Leave. ,    "      .    ,  Sjsa in c~..< Arr re  �����'������!��:::::::::::; ������gKSSf ����s p- �����  7-Jon. m  NeUoi,     ' 3S p   "eoilllllc fi ,j p. hi.  In Connijction' With  \��  Address with check  ten  12  tons  tons   of  DO THEV MEAN'BUSINESS.  A month ago word was sent out  from Ottawa that the Chief Inspector  McMichael would shortly be sent west  ky the Minister of Customs, with instructions   to   investigate the claims  made by business men of Phoenix to  have this place made a sub port.    It  required resolutions by every public ovmer should use  body   hereabouts, coupled with the J large 25c bottles.  A Neted HoreemuB's Experience.  Mr.   Antoine Wendling,  owner of  Deveras, 2:1-#, and proprietor ofthe  J Clifton House, Brockville, says no liniment compares with Nerviline for genera! use around the stable. For strains,  sprains, swellings,  internal pains-anr]  especially for affections of the whirl  bone Nerviline   is   unequalled.    Mr.  Wendling believes Nerviline. is indispensable as a horse liniment;  it has  strength, penetrating power and works  thoroughly.     Every horse and stock can-  and day, turning out  lead concentrates and  zinc.  A carload of ore recently shipped  from the strike in No. 8 tunnel of 'the  Payne ran 232 ounces in silver and 76  per cent lead.  The gold dredge has been so successful on the Frazer river at Lillooet,  that the company intends to build  three more.  ^ Silverton people are looking for the  Rockland group, on eight mile, to. be  worked this summer. This is one of  the kw copper propositions of the Slo  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Cln'cairo Mil-  wankee 4 St. I'nul Railway,  knw��� all  over the  Dmon as the Great Hailwav  running the "Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and nipht between St. Paul  and Ohioaeo, and Omaha and CMi-aim,  The only perfect trains in the worltL"  Of Uii(Ienjtand:    Conneetion"  are lnade  with AH Transcontinental Lines, assuring to passengers the best service known  luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line. "'  PIONEER PUjLjSHjNT, m  PHOENIX, B. C        ~  mm  M*m  KK>*00<>0<><>00^0^  Grand Forks,  Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LIKE.  J K.ROVKK,  Proprictoi.  See that your ticket reads via "The  11,1. nnil^i qi* ,'en g��AnK t0,ttn-' P��int''"  tlie United States orCanada. All ticket  agents sell them. '���"iicKet  For rates, pamphlets or other information, addresB,  .i-K"'-' r'",c Uu ,cave (Ireeimood at 6 a.n .  10 30 a. m., leave Grand Korlcs , �� p. tn.,arrlvln��  aU'lioenix7P..ii., and Greenwood at 8. p. in  Fnre,,err���,,C"T,,v1ys with,Great N��'Uiern train"  Fare-Crand Forks to Phoenix, $2 bu; Plioen-x  wood ??di��Cf,'B"dE0rks'** <>ffi�� "> OreeS  r,��    ii^orilieni Telegraph office.   In Phoe.  .Ui'"e- offire eXPr*:"S Tal"��� "I"1"  p*��v��aAr.wfflRBrAllYIS0F  poliitnient - Il,nv-C 'llc following ap-  Ar-mu(C Sutton ofti,.n,.s",/Karcni'sol  Uttqitire, bairheerTa ^|'(l�������� *^fift��f��'n>id Forks,  tralor foi llint porlioi oftl." t-n -"j01"1, ^<"'��ill-  Prised within tta Cra,�� ��orlaU"ly,ciYaleco��>-  Bectoial District, \ke S" ,R'"i G'��mvood  whose lurlsdlctloi. Ibr the Co.M.fvUr'^*?--"-���'"���  "illed accordingly. *-"m.ly of Yale is cur-  TICKETS   to   Ail   Points  SHORT LINE  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis,  Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS KAST.  Seattle, Victoria,Tacoma, Portland,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  I'ming and Ihiffet Smoking Libraiy.  2 Fast Trains  Daily 2  For rates and folders and full informa-  tion regarding trips call on or address  auj agent ol the a. V. & N. Railway pr'  G-I'.&I.a., C. P. &T.A..  S-poknne. ���     70! VV. Riverside,,  Wash. Spokane, Wn,  It. L. Ford,  Trav. Pass. Agt.,  SP0KANU.WN.  H. S. R0WE,  General Agcii ,  PORTLAND, OR  owner should use Nerviline.  Sold in I    Machinery   for  a ?5 {on   experi  |mental concentrating plant has been,  Wbeo Vou Neprf Pftyglp  Get a box of the old ruliable Dr  Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut, which loosens the bowels  without causing griping pains. No  remedy is half' so satisfactory as Dr  Hamilton's Pills,   price 25.  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  frorn headquarters.    ]?Xpcni)e<. ac|van.  ced; position permanent. " Wt,furnish  everything.    Addrpss The Columbia !  630 Monon Bldg., Chicago 111.    , 8-6 i  JJ.1  Leave Orders at Cilv  Clerk's Office.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  PHOENIX, B C.  properties or its waters are uiiequalcd. .,  CuUr^lLTes"11 Kl,e,'"'--,c- N��"-o��',Ja,Jd Mils-  Rmnr..It��Ca"f-a" K,in<y' *'lv" ����'�� Sloiuacb  Syrtc'm "IU'""*"l,Mc"1-ll��Pol����" r"�� "'e  Mo^uhntn���!,���,1Mn��0^l,,-rM-ue*7 '* "rivaled  boat ��� "a'cl.M LPrnw' ���br-,"t3' (nkM.woterralU,  ten" "f' Ya,, il ���'?��� f,i''"��; "ootlujr, excursions  taddu-M.     w"'\er climate is uucurpossed for  f '  1 'J"1  1 ^1  t --  i~ "  I i*  ��� i*-3  * *-"J  ' ii  j, .... $?*  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ���#  'j��i  :i a"  ... ��� 'M  ���?'  "Shoe Backbone "  A weak inner sole  is spinal disease to  a shoe.  Goodyear Welt  stitching forces the  makers to use best leather for  inner sole because its powerfully  drawn stitches cut through soft  material like cheese. That's one  reason why the Slater Shoe is  strong in the unseen, hidden parts.  It's Goodyear Welted.  ���  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Tai.k^p or at  IIOMILANII IvLSKWllKRK  I  For Men  $4-00      F^\i7����.��� $3.50  $5.00      ForWomen $5.00  HUNTER-KENDRICK GO,, Ltd,  Phoenix, B. C.  o -���-��� ���-������-���-��-���������-���-���-��-��- ��-���-���-������-���-��-���-���-���-���- ���-���-���-  ��� Always Available!  i  0  !  0  I  6  i  e  i  t  i  i  T  i  7"  T  Opens a savings account at  this Bank, and tha1*.  dollar  and every  dollar you  deposit afterwards will earn  3 per cent, interest.  Ii  r  CAPITAL AND  -lyi-SERVl*  PAID UP:  ownships Ban  $3,9l4,6lO.OO  \ i  Banking; Uv Maw, a Specialty.  Established nearly half a century.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  .  .Then buy the. .  :   OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  ���'.wliii-h.gives iVi l\ c-l Work in iI.eshortt'H  i.iiue with the greatest o��Fe of op^iatioii.  . Write for Catalogue.  ��� HE LINOTYPE  COMPANY,  MONTREAL,   QUE  Six years ago last February William  F. Tye; an engineer in the. employee  ofthe C.-P..R., started to make the  final survey for the ,C. 1'. R. branch  into the Boundary, In,"he following  June actual construction was started  and kept up till completed, v MrTye  having constant supervision of the'  work. After the work was finished  Mr. Tye was removed to the. head  offices of the 'company in Montreal,  and was promoted. Now comes word  that he has been.madeiChief engineer  of the C. P. R��� an honor that he certainly deserves. Many friends of Mr.  Tye in the Boundary'will rejoice at his  good fortune.  -, v .; in ,'���  ������John Houston  Mepped   down   and  out of the /Liberal-Conservative oryaiir  iz.-.lion at Nelson,'but  he  stepped .so  liard mat ii seemed to have the  (.-((art  of jarring things a little.    At any rate,  he said   a  few  things   in   his ���Nelson  Tribune that must make highly  edifying leading to ihose specially interested.  When John bulls In, some one generally knows' H.-nK-tliiiig  al.-.oi:t  it,  and  this case is no exception. <  ���'*  Ymir has seemingly ever been a difficult field for a  newspaper.    One after ���another has been forced to give  up  the fight, alter a more or less protracted period   of agony.    The soil there  does not   seem   to   be  conductive   to  newspaper growth. '1 he latest  to linn  up its pink little toes to the daisies   in  Uritish   Columbia's  newspaper  graveyard is the Ymir Mirror.    For two  or  three years C.Oell Smith a bright member of ibe fourth estate, tried to   keep  the Mirror afloat, with indifferent  sucr  cess, but when the paper was boycotted,'  as Mr. Smith   alleges,   that  was  one  straw too much.    Therefore he shakes  ihe dust of Ymir from his feet.  Evidently, there are people who  think thai the report that William  Randolph Hearst and James J: Hill,  will jointly start a daily in Victoria,  will be believed. At any rate, the le-  port was sent out a few days ago, even  if it does lack confirmation. If Willie  Hearst does a thing of this kind he  must have grown looney. Heretofore,  in starting daily newspapers, he has  selected locations where there was an  extensive field, and for him to pick oui  good, old, conservative, sleepy Victoria,  with its scant 20,000 people, is indeed  ludicrous.    Tell that to the marines.  O- .-���  j      OLLA PODRIDA.  The pull of a politician is as remorseless'as the pull of a dentist.  ' ��� "."��� ���."��������� '.-.���**':'-V ������'.'���  If men received everything they  pray for they would 'soon become  too'.lazy to go out of each other's  way., ���'.'���"  ","'���' .-.'���/���'#;���    .;:'-.'    \.������'...���:���  "Nine men out often," said  Uncle  Eben,, "liories'ly:thinks   deir misfortunes  is   owt'n'   to : luck   and     deir  successes to personal smartness."  MYreomSPM OF HDNEYS.  Pe=ru=na is Invaluable in Such Cases. ;  news jumps  the  open  The    war  ���.., switch,;     ���        E ,      .:���.".'���: '-.  And scares the heathen jossky;  Biit I can't tell a fakeoyitch  From a canardovosky. '  '. "'.'���-      ���������.���' /   Y#    ' ���'"  A notice1 reading thusly, "Old ladies  who   fear  they  will, take  cold   need  not remove their bats,"  posted in   the  lobby of a New York   theater, serves  its  purpose  well,    livery  hat' conies  Pit.    .      "' :yr ;.     ���  Found a Cure F<<r Indigestion.  1 use Chamberlain's .Stomach and  Liver Tablets for indigestion and find  that they suit mycase better than any  dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried am  I have used many different remedies. I  am nearly fifty-one years of age and  have suffered u great deal from indigestion. I can eat .almost anything 1  want lo, now.-���Geo. W.. Emory, Rock  Mills, Ala. For s'ale by all druggists.  O  ! STRICTLY BUSINESS  If you get up a poor ad- you score  one point���for your competitor.  It ain't always the biggest ad that  says the most, any'inor'e.than it is the  fellow with the biggest head that has  .the most brains.-': ':  Nerve- is ..often .worth .more than  knowledge :iiv':.advertising. .Makes  no difference how much money, a man  may have or; how good his business  and his plans ..may be, when his,  nerve deserts him, ..the battle .'is  lost. - . ':  A prominent physician recently , remarked that-a diagnosis of the core  bra I molecules, assimilated in' the radioactivity of publicity would display  a disintegration of decomposing contamination and a depletion in .subcutaneous action. We agree with  him heartily.  P. S. He was speaking about advertising.  DANGEROUS KIDNEY  DISEASES CURED  Pe-runa  Creating  a   National  Sensation in tlie Cure of  Chronic Ailments of  ������' .-The Kidneys. '  "Fred B. Pennell,-Pianist, Grand Opera  House, Hot Springs, Ark., writes:  "Two years ago I came to Hot Springs  to take the baths a::d bo treated for  bladder and kidney trouble.' After  spending two months hero under the  care bl one of tho most prominent physicians and receiving little or no benefit,  I was persuaded to, try Peruna. I had  little faith in it, but after using one bottle I noticed 'a marked improvement.  Throe bottles entirely cured mo. I can  cheerfully recommend Peruna to any ono  afflicted as I was."���Fred It. Pennell.  Thomas M. Hicks, 1131 Ifilh St., Louisville, Ky., writes:  "Neglected colds, irregular habits and  overwork   brought  on  serious kidney [factory results from tho use of Peruna  and bladder trouble.   . My blood seemed 1 -write at onco to; Dr. Hartman, giving a  inflamed wi!h poison, iny stomach  became entirely demoralised, a bad  odor emanated from my urine, and 1  realized 1 \ra3 a sick. man. Thodoc-  lors dosed mo to their heart's content,  but I kept growing worso. Then for-  luno brought Peruna to my notice  and I at onco began to mend. I kept  taking it for fivolnonlha before 1 was  completely curod. I foci now that 1  owe my lifo to Poruna and willnevcr  ceaso to bo grateful."���Thomas M.  Hicks. -' '   '.'.:������  S.   L.  Karloi    Superintendent   of  Streets, Jaoksoavillo, Pla., -writes: '.'.'���  "I cm a firm believer in l'cruna.  I. find that it has been of practical  benefit to a number of thomen employed in tho Street Cleaning Depart,  ment i:i tho city of Jacksonville.  Tlieyxi-o especially exposed to iho  inclemency of tho weather and: a  number who caught cold, which later  developed into pneumonia, kidnoy or  liver trouble,-were cured through the*���  usb of Peruna."���S. L.Earlo, Superintendent of Streets.  S. L EARLE.  If you do not derive prompt ana satis-  full statement of your case, and he -will  bo pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis..  ���Address Dr.; Hartman,  President of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Cv  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  'l he best established and regulated hostelry in the liouiv  dary. We are centrally located in bur new stables with  a complete outfit of Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rigs.      parties  driven  to any Uoundnry   point.  The Best Lethbridge Coal promptly delivered,   Large  :  Stock cf Dry Wood. -  j Mclntyre <& McDonald  --      Knot> Mill Ave.,       oh\\m^r       Phoenix, B.C.      ��  3e��4>��*s)��oa��oo��)c��9oo��9oee����9aa��e**a��*aea��oce*s0��>e����e*  PHOENIX  I  MARK FT.   .  0  urnscS  o  IIKAD OKKICK KOR HOUNOAKV CKEKK, GREKNWOOl), II. C.  HEADQUARrERS, NKI.SON, II. C.  :... -. Wholesale aid Ml tat W*.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Sahno, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Fholt and Phoenix.  ��� FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON. ���  ��� AH-orders receive prompt attention. J  '* "   '- ���  ���ILICE EXCHANG  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  ���Leave,Phoenix at 10 a. m. Leave Greenwood at 3 p. 111.  '.-..'.-   DAILY. ������-..��� .  ':ds<�� .      JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  Hickory Walnut Chestnut Jackson,  as Fber.C. Smith-used to delight .10  call him in the palmy days of Rossland. is quoted in the'.- Spokesman-Review as saying that he will shortly begin the publication of" a Liberal daily  in Nelson, having obtained an option  on the plan,t of the Nelson Tribune,  aud being now out on a quest for a  couple of linotypes.and other ictas.  With the Nelson Daily News, a  staunch Liberal organ, and a good  little daily anyway, it would seem that  Mr. Jackson must have money to burn  to undertake the publication- of a  second daily paper in Nelson. Either  that, or someone must be aching to be  separated from a goodly amount of  "dough" in the issuance of a daily  where one cannot possibly survive by  any stretch of the imagination. There  need be no mistake about it, either.  If such a. paper is started, some one  will be poorer and wiser in a few short  months, ,1'ut it is remarkable how  such people will tumble over themselves to part with their cash in ventures of this kind, where there is not  one chance in a hundred of making  a success.  Every Lady Should Know  That Ferrozone removes the causes  that interfere.'with the proper discharge  of all womanly functions; it corrects irregularities and is especially good for  women who are nervous and subject to  headache, lame back', bearing-down  pains, despondency ' and tiredness.  Ferrozone is a blood purifier and can't  be excelled for, the .complexion. Forj  your good looks and health use Ferrozone.    Price 50c. per box at druirgists.  MINERAL ACT.    :  Cr.RTiPic.iTE 01' Improvements.  j Noricij. ��� ..'.'������.���  Kivcrsuit- Mi:n r.-i I lainj.  !    SiLuatc ii: t!i-j Ori-cir.voud'MiiJU'g Division  j Yale lMLnc:.  . Wheri-loi.itty.���O 1 Horseshoe Mountain.  I TIKK N'O'I'I'']-;. l.i'it I. Alasrt K. Aslictofi.  j free Tinner's oer.ifi'fcte No. 1*55279, acting OS  r.qtnt for Spniuel T. r t'rseu, free miner's ceitifi-  cate No. I)4-iSSi,and V*. :i. Swanson, free miner's  etrtificnte No. U4iS73 i;i;end.sixty days from the  date hereoi, tbappiy to tlie Mium's Kecorde: for  a Certificate of improvements, for th'i purpose ol  obtaining a Crown Gia'it of tile above claim.  And further take notice   thru   action, iiuder  section 3-, niust foe commenced hi fore the  issn-  ance ol sucil Ceitificalc of Improvements.  Dated this '2d day cf January. A. I). 1904  .  ALBERT K. .iSHCROr-'T  A BUSINESS PROPOSITION.  ���dent&ou- PHOENIX' PIONEER  And Botfndary Mining Journal,  . You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on, B undary Mining Matters.  ���Mmriy send a $3 bill hi year's trial to Pioneur Pub. Cq., Pi-oenix, B.. C,  Whooping Cough.  "In the spring of 1901 my children  had whooping cough," says Mrs. I).  W. Cap's, of Capps, Ala. "1 used  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with  the most satisfactory results. I think  this is the best remedy I have ever  seen for whooping, cough." This remedy keeps the cough loose, lessens  the severity and frequency of the  coughing spells and counteracts any  tendency towards pneumonia. For  sale by all druggists.  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.���;  Car.' we print for you ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  PHOE.NMX,  B.-C.  Jf vou urn j-'jiu^r east, ;t cn.ioful .seltv-  tion of your route is essentul to the'en-  jovi'neiiL of your.trip. If it is ;i Inisim-s?  trip  time  is   the  iimin  consideration;  I if it  pleasure   trip,  srunery,    and   the  ! eonveniencus and comforts of a modern  1 rail road.  I Why not combine all by using thi-  IIi.mnois Ckntkai., 1 lie un-to-fhvtfi road,  ] running two trains daily from St.-Paul  land Minneapolis, and from Omaha to  iChiaiiio. Free Ueelining Chair Cars,  [the famous Bufl'ett - Library - Smoking  j Cars, all trains vestibuled. In short,  throronghly mordern throughout. All  tickets rcuuniK via the Illinois Central  (will be honored on these trains and no  j extra fare charged. _  j Our rates are'the. same as those of in-  ' fciior roads. Why not get your money's  j worth?  I     Write for full particulars.  j B. IT. TkumijuMi, ���  Commercial Agent, Portland, Or.  1.1. C. Lixdsev, T.F.,t I'.A. Portland, Or.  P.xui. B. Thompson, I*. & P. A.  Seattle, Wash.  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  Ti; rough Salt Lake City,^ Glen wood Springs, Lead ville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  \ ^yiigEit Ride Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of.'J'he Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge. ;  3 Past Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and Denver"^  Equipment and Service Second to None'  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  C. McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.  Alex Munro  Coakta,ctot \ Boilder.  0000  An  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Full Line of Hard Woods.  ./*  .Shop on Dominion Avenue.  iM*  Phoenix Home Brewed  Direct Line  To Chicago and all points east; Lonis-  ville, Memphis, New Orleans, and all  points south.  See that your ticket reads via the  Illinois Ckntkal It. R. Thoroughly  modern trains connect with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.  If your friends are coining west, let tis  kinow and we will quote, them direct the  specially low rates now in effect from  all eastern points.  Any.information as to  rates,  mules,  etc., cheerfully given on application.  B. II. TRUMBULL,  CoiiiHiiiierclnl Agent,  142 Third, St.,Portland, Ore.  J. C. Lindsey, T. I*. and P. A.,  142 Third St., Portland. Ore.  P.,B. Thompson, F. and P. A.,  Room*., CoJeinan BJdg,, Seattle,Wash,  LAGER  Brewed by a home institution, lias proven  the test and has made a  Host of Friends  who testify to its Good Qualities  *    PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUELLER,  Proprietor.  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  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  vag.   /Including Handsome Portraits  y DCtl    ^ofKing Kdu-ard, 17x32 inches./   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year   Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  2.50  2.75  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENDC,B.C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Vliocnix Street.   'IMlone53,  We make good bread,     Try it,  ,.C. W. GREER, Proprietor.  WEBB &' MAYNARD  General Painting' and  . . Sign Writing  Greenwood, B. C.  I'.R  ���'*  ���B  'I  t  .-to  �����  i'j 1  .1'  i-  t if  I  Is  '2  '<m.  f  .-:Mv  ���������:.'Xi-  'f'$>y  Mi  Ml  "ril?.'.  :.���-;�����{���!  .IB  m  M  ���:*��� 1  1  r-fC-*'"7r-'  ���   ��+r * 11  * 1" ff  ���"TTTTiTT  -1   ."   I,  -rjl-  ' >.���  T-r-  ���r-  ITTJW  .;,1'Jf .- . -i.1 .       -. '.���.'  =.: v.: -.. .��� tiv\ ������...<���    -,-.0 ���-���! :..��������� "1 ..-.j-v .!���..-.   \ ������-. 1" �� '���   .'  ������������ J-J. i.,'i^..i'-��uli.-.,.'J>"J,t.-'' s..-\- S.. .���������3i:'-\\.  .{���:��� .���u.:-.. i-  ,.������*;.:���.-:. y.-iv. X.^. ���.-,.���>-. ������.wi'v'-t...';' Jt,  ifiilt^if^  EiiS  ���'���3,'j'  id.  ���'���"���^���^������Ci^vsifte^   :.-,:;'I'.^j ;i'";5r  If  ilPftl   vftajj'i5^  ������$381  t^^^S-'.'iisf if  ���Mm  "*ff  7i  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OK  LOCAL AND CENKRAL  INTEREST TO  PHOENICIANS.  Dr. Mathison, dentist. Mine   Inspector James  McGregor  For International Coal stock see J.  was a visitor in the city last Satnr-  L. Martin. day-  Dr. Simmons,   dentist,  McMillan      Smith   Curtis,  managing   director,  block, June 13 to 16.  James Byers, of Trail, was a visitor  in the city last Wednesday.^  Mayor Rumberger returned Tuesday  evening from a trip to ihe coasU  Mrs. F. Knott expects to go to Rossland today to spend Empire day.  Contractors are now flocking to  Fernie, while that place is being rebuilt.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from June 10th  to 14th.   - . "  Chief of Police Darruagh, of Eholt,  was attending to official business here  last Tuesday.  D. W. McKay,-of Westbridge, has  bought the stage line operating from  Greenwood to that place.  For large returns and good dividends  buy International Coal stock of J. L.  Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  The new manager of the Grand  Forks, News-Gazette is giving away $35  town lots as premiums to subscribers.  \V. S. Doyle, accompanied by his  wife, went down to his tie camp, on  the North Fork of Kettle river last Saturday.  District Suprintendent Hodge, of  the Vemori"& Nelson Telephone Co.,  ���wis in town Tuesday, on a tour of inspection.  No hope is held out for the recovery  of Joseph Pounder, who was recently  ��� seriously injured at Lequime's sawmill,  near Grand Forks.  James Marshall started for the  Lottie F. claims Tuesday, located on  the Main Kettle river, where development, is now going on,  ���Greenwood's   fans will cross  bats  with Midway balltossers on Victoria  . Day at the latter, plaee.  Jack McBean  xis captain of the Greenwood team/  Angus Nicholson, shift boss at, the  Mother Lode mine,-has resigned his  position to accept one with a lumber  company operating on Arrow lakes.  - Judging from our exchanges, there  - must have been some ."Thproughbred  -Tramps" in the Boundary this week  '.This,  is    a . lirrlo* ' ,m,L..nl    r__      .1 ���  Charles A. DesBrisay, right  of way  agent Tor the Great Northern,  arrival  from Spokane   again   on   Tliursd.iy's j  train.  This evening a meeting of the fin  brigade is to be held at the old schoo1  house, for the purpose of electing  officers.    Meeting at 7:15 o'clock.  George E.Cole, an old McGiil man,  now at the Granby mine-;, went over  to Nelson last week, and has been for  10 days with the party of students from  McGill University.  I John McRae went over to Nelson  Thursday, to place his orders with  travellers for holiday goods. His  brother Duncan also went over from  Greenwood at the same time (or the  same purpose.  . S. H. Hampden interviewed the  Grand Forks city council this week,  with a view to assistance in getting up  a street carnival. He asserts that he  can   bring   5,000   people   to Grand  GREENWOOD  was a visitor at the Oro Denoro this  week.  r^-Strawberries are appearing in the  local marked Every berry has its  price.  Good music at Monday evening's  dance, which will be given at Miners'  Union hall.  Chas. D. Hunter spent last Sunday  and part of this week in Spokane, on  a visit to his sister- am   bring   5,000   people  Jos. Hill, of the Hunter-Kendrick Forks l0 wi tness hh show;  store in Grand Forks,  has  beeii in      **"���"   Phoenix for the past week.  According to report, wedding bells  are likely to ring for a number of Phoenix young men in the near future.  H. T. Pemberton, manager of the  Montreal and Boston Copper Co., returned from Spokane Wednesday.  Do not forget the dance at Miners'  Union hall next Monday evening, under auspices of the Church of England.  W'llion Hunter, who was one of the  original settlers in the Slocan, and still  lives at Silverton, spent last Sunday in  *his city, visiting his store here.  H. E. Gillis, well-known in the  Boundary as inspector for the Cana  dian Birkbeck Investment and Savings Co., has been appointed city clerk  for Calgary.  Dispatches from Ottawa say that H  COMPANY..  1'OUKIJAKY   ACKN'Ih   rOR  =Pabst's Celebrated Beer=  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  Wholesale   WINES,  LIQUORS  and CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH  PROP.  Baptismal service wiil be held in  the Presbyterian church tomorrow  morning: Topic, "'The hand that rocks  the cradle rules the World." Mothers  and children specially invited. Even  ing topic: "The Supreme Need."  I  Church Services  Tomorrow.  St. John's Church of England, Re\.  W. J. Wood, Missionary. Sunday  School, 10 a. m.; Morning Prayer, 11  a. m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30 p. in.:  Eveiyone cordially invited to attend  any and all services.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Chinch,  Service tomorrow at ii a. 111. and  7:30 p. 111. Sunday school and liible  class at 2:30 p. in. Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A coidial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  ������, ..^, ..un. wiiana say mat a.  7-3�� !'��� "*��� at Graves-Williams hall, the  Bostock has been offered the place of I)astor preaching at both services. Sun  .l.   1 *   o     :    r> -j     t.        1 j Jay School at a.-s3 p. in.     A hearty in  the late Senator Reid.    It would seem ,.;,���,;������    :__...  ..Printing.  "That's Our Business"  Tlie Job Department of tlie   Phoenix   Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out   the  Ite.��l  Quality of  Stationery   for any  kind   of  business.     Special  attention paid to work for Mines.   Stock, tlie best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS.  The Phoenix Pioneer,  PHOENIX, B. 0.  New Goods! New Goods!  We are getting in NEW GOODS in  all detriments.    See our  Trunks  and Valises  Granby Exchange  TIih complete Ilon-efnrmVlicia  LOOK! ^ 3  1 have a S��>od ranch on  the  American side of ,he  line, to exchange for p])0e.  nix Real Estate or will sell \  outright.  Notary Public. *',  E. H. Mortimer, ,\��>������ii  ��� -#-���-������*-*-���- ���-���-��-���-���-���*-���-  ���-���-#-��  " ~v*~*  G. W. Rttmberget j  I1 Real Estate  } .   s��  and Mines j      j  11 ���  i  j __ Houses to Knit, City Property for Sale.  1 Shares in all the leading mines' bought and  sold. Iufornialion about l'lioemx ami ihe  Boundary countiy given on application.  At>  1  ���'.This, is  section.  . a - little   uniisuftl   for  the late Senator Reid. It would seem  that money counts once more with  the Grits.  The coal barons in Grand Forks  arc still confident that they will all get  their licenses. When they do, there  will be pretty pickings for the lawyers  to straighten out the situation.  The information is late in arriving,  but it seems to be a fact that Midway  will celebrate Victoria Day ne*t Tuesday as usual. It is hardly likely ���that  any of the mines will be closed. '  ' As soon as the lumber already ordered arrives, Contractor H. A. Munro  will begin work on a six room house  for George Huston, to be built on Old  Ironsides avenue, east of Second street.  'At Republic last Sunday Grand  Forks, beat the Republic team at base  ball by a score of 16 to 5.  Thos.  vitation    is   extended to all,  Green, B. A., pastor.  Catholic��� Mass will be held tomorrow at 10 a. m:; evening service at  7:301). m.; Sunday School at 2:30 p.  in., standard lime. Father J. A.  Bedard, B. A.  J     Don, in ion Ave ^  Telephone *SV 28. V&  Phoenix, B. C,  :]  f ONE ON YOU  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that at ihe  ne.\t sitting of the License Commissioners for the City of Phoenix we  intend to apply for a transfer to Eugene  P. Shea cf the licenses which we hold  to sell liquor by retail in the Brooklyn  hotel, Dominion avenue, and the Summit Hotel, Knob Hill Avenue, both in  Phoenix, B. C.  Dated the 26th day of April,   1904.  Marshall & Shea.  8. J. Hayward  CUSTOMS   BROKER,  NOTARY I'UHUC.  CONVEYANCER,  COLLEC HON AGENT.  Dealer in Reaj^Estate, Live Stock.  Grand Forks, B. 0.  And a Good One, if it is one  of.   our    NEW     SPRING  SUITS, latest styles, fines.  "materials, best workrnanshipt  Prices $10.00 to $25.00.  NEW CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoe.-., etc, just received.    Call in and examine them.  THOS. BROWN,  /IS Men's .Wear Exclusively.  mitDY-MCICHNZlE .BI.K.  DOMINION' AVE., I'HOKXIX.  j City TV ...,      ^^^^^g  ��� Transfer, j >^^^  ���! Df i_i _   i w     *    ��   '  , >   . >, . A special  There is tolk-rfaracemeeting some eXCUrS.'��.n train ���* run- A return  -time this suriimer at Grand Forks? pos- *?ame is to be Played in Grand Forks  -������������' ' r   ''on the'24th.  Mrs. Holtz expects to start Monday  for the old country.    She  will   sail  William Hall, who was  buried  inLfr��m New York by the'Cunard line to  Knob Hill ore for 21 hours two weeks  ~1Ve,rp00-' thence b/����to Edinburgh,  ago today,, is progresssng nicely at the I S_ _   Jf/* hy. s!eamer a��'ain  t0  sibly with, a street fair and a dog show  "or two thrown in as'- side attrac  tions,  hospital, and will probably get off by  losing but a couple of toes.  It is a matter of considerable relief I j^Tj' fTT' "'"^ ��f the  to the nurses of the Pto��5 GeSd �� I JF"^ Spokane'has Sone  Hospital that the numberTJ��S 1 ^T' "' Y" Where he wlB be  been considerably smalle^ T HuH? JT ^ f�� M''SS Gertrude  } ��'   ,ate* I Sweeney, daughter of the millionaire  Has Cured Hie Mother of Rheumatism.  "My mother has been a sufleier for  many year's  with   rheumatism,"  says  XV. H. Howard, of Husband, Pa.  "At  times she was unable to move at  all,  while at all times walking was painful  I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm  and  after a  few  applications she decided  it was  the  most wonderful pain reliever she  had  ever tried; in fact, she is  never  without it now and is at all times able  to  walk.   An  occasional  "je^n of Lerwick, ^ San^dlS h�� ��^% ^^ ^  islands, her old home. -        was formerly troubled with." PFor sale  Francis J. Finncane, manager of the I  yaI1 dru8giit?-  ��1-     .!���   If .  w e  Dry Wood for sk  : W. H. DOCHSTEADCR, I  . Residence and Stnblcsnt foot of ,        ,  . I>omiuloh:Ave., PtiocnixiII.C a  J   I' O. Boxifij. 'PhoneNo. ^0. -m  Black's Hotel  .Dominion Avknuk, PHOENIX, B. G.  The  B*Q Assay and  They were overworked for a time.  , Rev. T. Green left Monday for -New  Westminister, ��� to attend the annual  conference of-the Methodist church  mining man, of Spokane. A wedding  trip will be taken to Europe for two or  three "months  ,  ......w...      A number of friends of Mrs.Andrew  As he will be absent over next Sunday, Hackett gave her a surprise party at  there will be no service in the iocal her residence Tuesday evening. Mrs.  Methodist church tomorrow. Hackett "expects to  take up her re-'j  Percy F. Godenrath, well known in  the Kootenays and Boundary in the  capacity of'newspaper correspondent,  is now at work' upon a special issue of  a paper to advertise ��� Kamloops and  that district.  Duncan Ross has fixed up the  smelter site matter, so that the Daly  Reduction Co. will not have to build on     -f  ��"������   ,l-'  sidencein Spokane shortly, Mr. Hackett  being largely interested in the coal and  oil locations in east Kootenay for  several syndicates.  Word has been' received from  Toronto Orthopedic Hospital, that  little Dan Haggerty, who was sent  from here by public subscription, has  had a successful operation  performed  We want you to see our large stock of  Wall Pape*  We have some of the most beautiful and  artistic designs yet seen in this section.  It is veil worth while lo take note of  tho.r graceful patterns and durable body.  If you are thinkinj; of papei ing this season, be sure to see our selection.  McRAE BROS. & SMITH  Stationer?, elc.        Knob Hill Ave.  Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Direct Importers of Assay ers' Supplies.  ^ile Assents in B. C. for Ihe well-known  Bntiersea Crucibles.,>'corifier8. Muillrs,  etc. Selling ucents for Ihe F. \V. Braiin  CVsSpecialties Urn v Pinnaces. Burners,  etc. Mert-ks' Pure Cliemicalf?, Assay Jin  l>or Platinum, Qnii ksilver, C. I'. AeiiN  Borax  Glass and iill Heavy Clinuit'irls  Specialty���Silver Free lead and Litharge  Complete Assay Outfits   fumi.-lied   at  short notice. Satisfaction liuar.intce.d.  Commodious Sample Rooms  hirst-Class Dining Room in connection  P'.ir Well Storked with Choicest Goods    Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No, 26. w. S. DOYLE, Prop. 5=.  SHIPMENT OF  Cut Glass  MEATS  ill ^JI?-!?5i?^Ca  Fish,  Game ��.  Poultry  ,Vi  ���U  AND.  �� tl����� of (he pul.lie pMtioSe       *W" llm',,"c' uml' 8,J,i,i,s  blinp^nt Mnclrod, AHo.  <.rte,monI 0ra..d VotUpn.1 I'liocnix. n. C  UNION MEAT CO.  $1  ; i-  I  f  ^&*&P&^&g$a^��m58kW&&ffi  n,'�����,i.     .:-������"-"*������ "���"-"���uuiiaon ""-.uccessiui operation  performed  he other side of the line.   A p�� of on his ankle, and another will  shorty  ��ie Indian reservation will he crrnn��^   be nnrW.i,.,., r~. .u��� _ .   ..  '  the Indian reservation will be granted,  as proposed, where Nickel Plate ores  will be treated  H. B. Thonet of Midway, and Geo.  _. ....       .ilJVIUI  be undertaken for the purpose of relieving his hip trouble, if passible.    Greenwood's police magistrate  be- Adults $(.50  Iieves in letting all kinds of outside    m -������   : *    *1"'1-'' ���"���u'jeo. ��v��u�� in lemng all kinds of outside  WSS   ah"d EUgtne  SuH,'Van ��f S0,idt0rS d��   busi"ess �� ^at  tow,  westbridge, have started overland for without paying  a license as do all  !���S?^:,rerC0Unt'?-n *�� ����fth. bcal business houses.    At least,  tha  Midway Celebration  Special Train  Leave   Phoenix   8 a.m.  RETURNING  Leave   Midway   8 p. m.  RETURN FARE    t  Children 75c  J. G. LANG,  Provincial Assaykk and  Analytical Chemist.  Late Control 'Assayer for the Len-  ora mine, Alt. Sicker. '  From March "ist: Gold, $i.oo;  Gold and Silvkk, $1.50; Gold, Sil-  vkr and Coi'pkr, $3.00. Discounts  for several samples sent together.  GREENWOOD, B. G  ^^mm-iR^MkBea ��� 5c.  Just Opened. == 1 ��  __!  Just Opened.  Will  be  pleased to show them.  Geo. E. Dey,  The Jeweler. K���ob Hill Ave  When you are in Republic look for our siKii  REPUBLIC BREWING CO.  em part of the province, where they  wdl prospect for mineral, timber and  farming land.  Almost at the last minute it is learned that Midway has decided to celebrate Victoria day after all.   The C  P. R.will sell round trip tickets from  PhoemtMl, c    , ��� T Iranpuipment lor Be making ���r  appears to be the outcome of a case  brought before Judge Hallett' last week,  as reported in the Greenwood Times.  I). Wadds representing Wadds Bros.,  photographers of Vancouver and  Nel  son, "will be in  Phoenix shortly with  equipment for the making of photo,  graphic work in all its branches.    Parties requiring photographs will consult  their interest by bearing this in  mind.  Date and location will  be announced  later.  ��� Great Programme of Events ��� , [  Horse   Races,   Athletic    Sports  Band in Attkndance.  For full particulars see posters."  T. G. Claik, E.J.'Coyle,  Agent,     , A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenij, li. C.    Vancouver. B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson, BC.  9-9-n)-9-p-ei-a)..9~a)-a)- ��-��-��  > Buy  ' Bottle  Boyles  Blood  i Purifier  5J  m  THE druggist.  Trains will leave Phoenix at 8 a. m  and returning leave Midway at. 8 o  in- .     ' F  In inch letters the Greenwood Times  las* week stated that the "BiV Com  ptay has Started Work," referring to  the Montreal and" Boston-Dominion  merger. ��� .Inasmuch as these big mines  of this big company are located within  pistol shot of the Pioneer office and  webaveyet to see any evidence of, mvm mu  work, it would be interesting to learn out saying. The floor ��� " ' "-T,  where the Times received -its info,! be G. H Mei W^ T?" ^  mation. ��� ' P ���" "*.   eaa'>v- �����  Docksteade/,  , ' -e.. P. Shea and J. Dampre.  The ladies of St. John';. Church of  England are making preparations for a  dance which will be given next Monday evening at Miners' Union hall, on  the eye of Empire Day, Good music  will be supplied, *nd that fhose who  attend will have a good time goes w'th  -9~ah^-ah-ah-9--ah-e-��-9-t>--0~9  wg  Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones.      A  full   line of  musical goods always in   stock  Try us by phone or mail.  (JKEKNWOOD, B. C.  Hospital Donations  i    L'.ft of Donations received since Jan. j  All  Work .Guaranteed, j '<"'. MXH, to the Phoenix General Hos  Phoeuix Shoe Shop.  Imported Goods.  VINE BOOTS AND SHO KS  MADE TO OUDER.  PRACTIG4L    MIJ/eiRS' .VND   PROS  PECTORS'SHOES   A  SPECUWy.  Shop on  Itoininion Avenue.  Arriving Daily.  Prints, Ginghams, Muslins,  and Damasks.  Pewny's Celebrated Kid Gloves for ladies -  Every pair guaranteed  A full stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, etc.  '  .-    , always pn band.  (tital;  Cj��h fioo Clements. Houglito;i. Boston  Ca��h !���, oo ,...;..;..;.... ;.......; A Friend  Cosh Jsco A Friend  Vdee. S<3 oo A Friend  Cash J500 J.J. Strutiel   s  Fracture Bed and Furnlture,value f6o   A Friend   t,  C-��*Si fy> T. Eaton & Co., Toronto   ,.  I/fnen '.., , Mrs. I Crawfoti    ll  Dominion Avenue,  IChi'iaware  CJ30 ps..  ������ ��� Missca Crawford J  .Canadian ftapdprill Coj  Phoenix.  P  "'-  ���3%  I T��  1  ..\  1 'S  j\- -J  ik^ig^SgS'SiaiMaiSMr^m-awjTu..^


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