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 ?.*  Ftp.  .*$  Boundary Mines Produced $10,000,000 in  value within four yc^^W^JT^^  went  K)UNDAi# %NING JOURNAL  Devoted to the Interests of the. Boundary Mining: District.  ���  tonecr  Phoenix is the Cental  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  PHOENIX,   BRITfs&VoLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1904.  No. 52  Stopped  *��&  To Think  It Over?  That our system of retailing brings the sources  of production close to the consumers and eliminates  the in-between profits. We now offer to sell our  leading 'ej   ���  sterling Brand  a 75c value, for 50c per lb. We have for years been  trying to purchase a tea that woujd give satisfaction  to the majority of our customers. Y At last we have  discovered it, and in order to be able to retail it at  the popular price of 50c per lb.  We have purchased 50 chests, with 60 lbs to the  chest, making 3,000 "lbs.    STERLING TEA  is an'';  Indian tea which has positive and outstanding merits  ���strength which means economy, and -flavor which  means favor.    Try it.  Remember a 75c Tea for 50c.  MR. BURRELL'S  BIG MEETING  He Explains the Issues to the  Electors.  MR.  klKtt  SPOKE FOR SOCIALISTS  Opened bv Eraett Miller of arand Forki-No,  Ooe to Repreicii tbe Liberals���Siltct*l��  Addresn by tbe Candidate.  :i i>  The Hunter-itendrich Co., Ltd.  PIIORNIX. GREKNWOOI'. GRAND FORKS.  ^uimiiA  ���%M  �����������������.-  AND  f*n##i  We are unloading this week a car each  of Hay and Oats and from now on we  will carry a full stock of these lines as  well as  In keeping with the policy of tins store  these goods will be sold at the lowest price  consistent with quality.  Have You Got That  Stove Yet?  If not let us figure with  you.    We put all  Stoves up  Free of Charge.  Rememkr Our Grocery Dept  IS 'I HE PLACE FOR QUALITY.  Wednesday evening the first'political  meeting held here-, since the election  was announced, took place at Miner's  Uuion ball, the electors turning out in  large force for the' occasion. The  meeting was called by the Conservatives, to give the voters a chance to  hear their candidate, Martin .Burrell,  of Grand Forks, and it is probably the  only opportunity Mr. Burrell will have  before November 22 to appear here,  so great is the demand on his time  and so many are the[ places to be  covered in this large constituency.  G. W. Rumberger was chairman of  the meeting, and annoqneed the first,  speaker, Ernest Milller, of Grand  Forks, with a.few preliijiinary remarks.  Mr. Miller spoke for1; half an- hour  from the Conservative;standpoint, and  showed where the-Liberals had failed  to keep their promises to the people  in the years that they had been in  power at Ottawa. He regretted that  Smith Curtis, who spoke for the Liberals the night before, in Grand, Forks,  was not present; although invited. It  surprised him, that Mr. Curtis, who  had always been such a champion of  the labor cause, was now doing all he  could to get Duncan Ross, a Liberal,  into office at Ottawa. Mr. Miller also  touched on the Grand Trunk Pacific  contract, hut left details to the candi-  aaterwtiowoutaspeaK-iater.-���������*'' '-'-z --  R. B. Kerr'. Remark*.  R. IJ. Kerr the well known Phoenix  Socialist, was the next speaker, and  when he arose received an enthusiastic  reception.  Mr. Kerr did not understand why  the candidate did not speak first, and  thus give him (Mr. Kerr) a chance to  reply. However, he would tell some  of the things that Socialists had done  in the pst. He took up the argument  that it was useless to vote for a Socialist because only one could be elected  occasionally, and a few in the local or  Dominion houses would, therefore, be  able to do little or nothing for the  cause. He cited several, cases at Vic-,  toria, where two Socialists had been  able to secure the passage of legislation  that was of distinct benefit to the laboring classes of this province, it being  known that the two Socialists, Mr.  Hawthornthwaite and Parker Williams,  practically held the balance of power  between the Conservatives and the  Liberals.   . >  ��� Mr. Kerr also went on to say that  the fact of Mr. Miller's telling' what  terrible fellows tbe Liberals were, was  of no consequence, because it was  merely a case of the pot calling the  kettle black. He thought new old  party was just as bad as the other, and  while he did not expect the Socialists  to win' at this election, as the Liberals  would undoubtedly get a rousing  majority, tlie Socialists would win  sometime, and not so many years away  either.  He did not believe in the transcontinental railway pljins of either Sir  Wilfrid Laurier or Mr.-Borden, for he  did not see how the working men  would benefit particularly in either  event. Freij-hts might be a little lower,  and living a trifle cheaper, but the  laboring man would not reap the benefit, and his wages would not be raised.  Mr. Kerr quoted statistics to prove that  in the eight years of Liberal rule, from  1896 to 1904, the cost of living in the  United States arid Canada had actually  increased from $77 per capita to $99.  Candidate Burrell Speaks.  Martin Burrell, Conservative candidate for Yale-Cariboo, then took the  floor, and spoke steadily for an hour,  rapidly and interestingly, and covered  a great amount of ground in his remarks. He paid a compliment to Mr.  Kerr's address in opening, and said  that he did not pretend to defend the  mistakes of any party, as he knew they  all  made some   mistakes,   even the  Socialists. He-did riot believe that  the ,Conservatives jvpre as .black as  they were painted, but", he .did believe  tnat they had the trtpst practical and  business like platform'now before the  people. ���-./.--  The candidate rapidly outlined the  details of .the Grand Trunk Pacific con  tract, showing bow the officers of (hat  company themselves-had told their  own shareholders thaMt was a splendid  bargain for them, for the simple reason  that the company would only be liable  for about one-tenth of;the cost of the  line,, andihe people of; Canada would  finance the balance. .Y.He" lucidly explained that the u-unpro'i table part to  operate, the eastern section, was to be  built by the pebplej while*the profitable  western end was to be built by the  company with the credit of the people  of Canada.  Mr. Burrell also stated that at the  end of the proposed 50 year lease the  company could give up the line if it  wished, but retain all the feeders and  branches themselves, -together with  terminals, etc., thus leaving the line at  the mercy of other lines, beginning  nowhere, ending nowhere, and having  no terminal facilities,  Referring to, befter terms, Mr. Burrell said that the people ybf British Columbia are now paying Iqto the Dominion treasury $3 pet head for every  dollar*-paid by the residents of the  eastern provinces, and ihat all efforts  so far to get the Liberal government to  readjust matters had' been fruitless,  although when this election was on,  some promises had been made About  two millions per-year are now being  paid by this province to the Dominion  more than is received by the province  from the Dominion.   '  Mr. Burrell closed by saying that he  stood before them as arfarmer, one interested in the country,and asked their  suffrages on the platform he had outlined���government ownership of the  new railway when built,' better terms  for this province, etc.:' -  HEART WAS"  CUT IN TWO  DECEMBER 1st  IS THE DATE  Boundary Mining Notes  For Blowing in Second Furnace at Boundary Falls.  AT MONTREAL AND BOSTON SMELTEK  All Arraarea-eali For Deubllai Ore Sblaraeau  Will The* be Conpleter-Smelter Rib  H11 Beea Moit S-tccetilal.  and Yards.  VICTIM OF A BUSTING   ACCIDtNT  Salratore Doraailco, Foremaa ��� for Johatoa &  Brandt, Sab-Contractors ae V.V. & E.,  Successfully Set Olf a .Hissed Charge.  Last Monday Constable Darraugh  brought details of. a terrible accident  that took place in. Summit camp, on  the constrnction of the Great Northern  railway branch to Phoenix, that morn  ing, in which one  man   lost his  life.  It was the old, old story of an un-  exploded blast, with the sickening details that so often accompany such  events, the victim being a foreman for  Johnson & Brandit, sub-contractors.  Salvatdre Domanico, the man in  question, arose about midnight Sunday  and proceeded to a point half a mile  from the camp where a number of  charges had been fired on the grade  the night before, but where it was well  known one blast had failed to explode.  His idea was to set off that blast before  the regular crew vent to work, and to  remain there until the men came, to  save going back to camp, and gave instructions to have his breakfast brought  to him. This was the last seen of  him alive.  Exactly how the accident happened  no one knows, as there were no wit  nesses to the fatality. The explosion,  .which must have taken place when  Domanico was working at the charge,  mutilated his body horribly, the trunk  being thrown a thousand yards distant,  his legs and arms being broken in  several places or severed entirely, and  his heart being found cut in two. His  scalp was found in his hat some distance away.  On communicating with Dr. G. M.  Foster, corner, of Greenwood, it was  decided that no inquest was necessary  under the circumstances, and the remains of the unfortunate man were  gathered together, and shipped to  Grand Forks for burial.  Domanico, like many Italians, had  taken an English name and was known  as Sammy Ross. He had been railroading for years, having been with  Johnson & Brandit for six or seven  years, and had been on this contract  for two or three months. He leaves a  widow and child in Italy to mourn his  loss.  It is now definitely announced that  the second furnace of the Montreal &  Boston's smelter at Boundary Falls  wilPbe blown in on the ist.of December. By that time the arrangements  fot doubling the shipments, from the  company's mines in this camp will  have been fully completed, so that  600 or 700 tons of, ore : can be sent  out daily with the greatest of ease.  The Rawhide mine alone, adjoining  the Snowshoe, will be able to maintain  the 300 ton daily rate, or even more  if needed, while the Brooklyn, Stem-  winder and Athelstan can increase the  shipments readjly if desired.        ,  Development work at all the mines  of the company is going on in most  satisfactory shape, larger ore bodies  being opened up, and the capacity for  shipments can be greatly increased  whenever it shall shall be deemed wise  to increase the same.,, .  While the officials will, at this time,  say nothing of the matter for publication, it is becoming well known that  the operations of the one furnace at  the company's smelter thus far have  been exceedingly gratifying to the  management in a financial way, and  are thus verifying the predictions made  for this consolidation months ago,  when it was in the process of formation. This will be pleasant news to  every one- interested in the. success of  mining and smelting in the Boundary.  FROM THE LOCAL DUMP.  No city council   meeting this week.  1NO -quoruiir;-���-" ; * ���   :-   The Phoenix Pioneer to January 1,  1906, for two dollars.  Manager Graves, of the Granby Co.,  is expected in camp next week.  Fra Diavolo and La Mascotte Monday and Tuesday, Miners' Union hall  Sydney M. Johnson, city engineer  of Greenwood, was in the city Thursday.  Mayor George R. Naden, of Green  wood, was a caller  in   Phoenix  Tuesday.  Chicken dinner at the Metropolitan  Cafe, Summit Hotel, Sunday, from 5  to 8 p. m.  Senator Templeman and Smith  Curtis will speak at the Duncan Ross  meeting here next Friday night.  Chief Engineer Kennedy, of the V.  V. & E., made his weekly visit to this  end of the construction last Monday.  *7^   , "       ';    '-  J. G. Whiiacre, Nelson agent for  Mason & Risch pianos, was in the city  Tuesday, on one of his periodical  trips. '-'...  Mrs.Sarah Tuftsjast week bought Ihe  property on Dominion avenue, adjoining the three story Delahay block, from  Bob Snell.  This issue of the Pioneer will  complete its fifth year, 262   numbers  hav-  been printed of Boundary's leading ex  citement up to date.  Tax payers paid in quite a lot of  money to the city treasury early this  week, to take advantage of the rebate  granted up to November ist.  "Hedges and Walls,"and "Privileges  involve Duties" will be the topics in  the Presbyterian church tomorrow. An  anthem by the choir.  Geo. E. Breakenridge started for  Tucson, Arizona, Thursday, where he  expects to spend the winter with his  brother, an official of the Santa Fe.  He was accompanied by his grand  daughter, Irene.  Wm. Cranston, of Nelson, in charge  of the British Columbia and Alberta  theatrical circuit, spent last Sunday in  the city. Since Mr. Cranston began  booking shows for this section, the  plays average up much better.  F. W, G. F'itzgerald, secretary and  manager of the Canadian Birkbeck Investment and Savings Co., of Toronto,  was inspecting the loans of his company in Phoenix Tuesday, accompanied by the local agent, E. H. Mortimer.  James McCague, who spent the  summer in the northern part of the  province, and the last two months at  Hedley, returned to Phoenix last Monday. He states that the Nickel Plate  town is prosperous and the mine and  mill are working steadily, with what  are reported to be most satisfactory results to the management.  ��� Ore is being taken out from the  Silver King to make a car shipment to  the smelter.  Two cars daily, or 60 tons, are being sent out regularly from the Stem-  winder mine in this camp.  The First Thought mine, at Orient,  and the Mountain Lion, at Republic,  are shipping to the Granby smelter.  A find of native copper was made at  the Athelstan this week, the specimens  beinjj of a most handsome   character.  A new skip has been ordered for  the Brooklyn mine. It will handle  three tons at a trip, nearly, donble the  capacity of the skip at present in use.  -,"���'������ '���'-. '  Bunkhouses to accommodate 50 or  60 men are to be erected at once at  the RaMhide mine, from which property shipments are to be started in two  or three weeks.  Patrick J Dermody, for years foreman at the Granby mines up to July  ist last, has accepted a similar position  with the Providence Mining Co., and  began his duties on November rst.  The six men who have the contract  for sinking in the Granby mines from  the 300 to the 400 foot level, are down  30 feet, and probably will" have the  contract completed in a month.  Supt. Hodges states that the six furnaces at the Granby smelter will all be  in blast again today, and all but one  of them will be connected ...with his  new arrangement for electric self  charging.  Shareholders iri the.Morrison mine,  which was to have been taken into  the Montreal & Boston Consolidated,  are wondering what has been done in  the matter, as little or no information  is forthcoming.  '"���' At the Lancashire Lass, in Summit  camp, according to report, Foreman  Cunningham is opening up a magnificent body of iron ore, with good copper values, for the Montreal & Boston  Consolidated. A surface tramway  1,400 feet long can be made to connect  the mine with the C. P. R. Phoenix  branch.  A hundred thousand feet of lumber  have been ordered for the Rawhide  tramway and other improvements, ex-  ��eSn^  Bresnahan has stripped the ore body  on'this property some 500 feet up the  hill, giving an immense tonnage that  can be easily and cheaply quarried.  The Winnipeg mine is to be put up  at auction again soon, to satisfy the  judgment labor leins. The lein claims  amount to about $4,300, but it is  hardly probable that any of them but  those for labor will realize. It is now  about a year since the property was  closed by the bank of Montreal on a  note, but which concern will not realize one cent on its belated judgment.  LIBERALS WERE  THE WINNERS  In the General Dominion Elections.  WITH  A   MAJORITY    OF OVER 51  Sir Wilfred Laarler waa Eadoraed at tbe Polla  With a Sweealv Victory for tbe Grit  Coboru.  ��� , Muter Mechanic's Bride.  Late last week John A.Crawford,  master mechanic at the Montreal-&  Boston Consolidated mines in this  camp, arrived with his bride, who was  formerly Miss M. Burrell, of London,  lingland. The wedding took place in  Trinity church, Montreal, on the 17th  of October. The bride and groom  have begun housekeeping in the comfortable house built by W. J. Porter  on Brooklyn avenue, adjoining his own  residence. Mr.Crawford, who is receiving the congratulations of many friends  this week, has been a resident of the  Boundary for eight years.  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw Yokk���Copper, electrolytic, $l't.-  ��2)a@$l:t.87; hike, *13.��'2>'-@ 14.00  Bur Silver, 58%  Lead . *4.25 nt |4 45.  Thursday's election throughout the  Dominion���excepting in the six constituencies in which they were deferred  ���proved to be a decided victory for  the Liberals, who were sustained by  their old majority of between 50 and  60. ' Sir Wilfrid Laurier was thus endorsed for a third term by the popular  vote. Mr. Aylesworth. his new minister-was defeated, as was R. L. Borden, the leader of the Conservatives.  While the figures are necessarily incomplete, particularly in the west, the  following is the latest estimate sent out  by the Associated Press for the different provinces, with three constituencies iri British Columbia.to have their  polling days on November 22:  *      ���      - l;Dj    Qon.  Ontario     37       48  Quebec     54        ��r"  Nova Scotia      18 o'  New-Brunswick   -....'..      6 7  Pnnce Edward Island ...       r 3'  Manitoba       6 4  Northwest Territories....      6 1  British Columbia       4 o  Totals    132  74  LAYING STEEL  TO PHOENIX  Half the  Distance Will Soon  Be Completed.  The work of- putting' down the  rails on the Phoenix branch proper of  the Great Northern was resumed last  J!tiesda\;��.the.iron.sau-*dhavin'��-a-cledr|  run of .-some 15 mites, tor .which distance the grading has been practically  completed. This will be more thaii  half the distance between Grand Forks,  and Phoenix, and will bring the railhead to the metropolitan precincts of  Summit City, or near the Oro Denoro  and Emma mines.  From this point there will be some  delay on account of heavy.rock .cuts,  but every effort is being put forth to  finish it, and there are now many long  stretches ready for the rails.  W. P. Tierney came over from Nelson Monday to look after his Rawhide  grading contract for the C. P.R., and  expects his 50 men to complete it in  a few days. The extra gang has already started putting down the steel.  Rev. Knox, of Greenwood, will occupy the Methodist pulpit tomorrow.  There will be four pieces of music  at the Thanksgiving masquerade ball  on the evening of November r6th.  On account of Hangman Radcliffu  having another execution on January  13th, it is expected that the date of  execution of Joshua Bell, the Phoenix  murderer, sentenced three weeks ago  at Greenwood, may be changed by the  judge.  "Brown's in Town," by Walker's  Comedians, filled Miner's Union hall  last Monday night.and Brown's troubles  with his several wives made an enjoyable farce comedy that kept the house  in a roar. This company is expected  to vi.it Phoenix attain in the course of  six weeks.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary  1902, lor 1903, and 1904, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Granby Mines, Phoenix  Snowahoe, "  Brooklyn-Stem winder  Mother Lode, Deadwood  SutiBet,  Summit   19,494  Morrison,  B. C. Mine,  R. Bell,  Emilia, "  Senator "  Oro Denoro "  Brey Fogle "  No. 37.  Mountain Rose        "  Reliance  Winnipeg,   Wellington.  Golden Crown,       "  Athelotan-Jaekpot "  KiriKSclomon, W.Copper  No. 7 Mine, Central   City of Paris,     "  ���Jewel, Long Lake  Carmi, West Fork  Providence,   Providence  Elkhorn   E. 1'. U and Goldfinch  Ruby,   Boundary Falls  M iacellaneous   Total, tons   Granby Smelter treated,  &B.  1900     1901  (54,533 231,762  297     1,731           150  5,340  99,034  ....        802  1902  309,858-  20,800  141.326  7,455  150  14,811  560  8,530  mines lor 1900. for 1901, Tor  Past  1903 1904 Week  393.718 456,860  9,600  71,212        9,403  1,710  138,079 154.044  4,032  15.731   273  3,339      19,365    22,937  33,221  i',122  363  2,425   240  15,537  15,026   66  222  364      1,354  132  1,076  2,250  1,200  160  3,230  1,040  '556  875  665  2,000  350  80  3,456  785  625  890  219  325  2,435     5,'fJ46  '3,866  993 661  400 305  167   246  2101  99,730 390,000 507.545  684,461   679 303   18,1421  62,387 230,828 312,340 401,021    494,28L   10,800         12,280     2,160'  m  I  1 sfcS  ''I.  ' ,1'  1 'il  '!'  i.Bl  1 1*1  i  1' PI  #1  >H  BBS  SSS  .��lHM^��'��lil--��'-^^ THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ��&;������* 3  if  rm  Perfect in Flavor  rich, strong and delicious, aud at the same  time  moderate  iu  price,  Blue Ribboia Tea is the ideal beverage- for Canadians.  The Phoenix Pioneer nIng'��any army ori earth-  ing the experience.  He'shav-,<>  1 J��  te M       ������jwl.  And Boundary Mining: Journal.  IUOKD OK SATORDAVS ��V TH��  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT FBOKNIZ. a. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. WANAor��;  T.i.��i,���n.. I Business office Mo. 14.  Telephone j MMi<tert retld;0ce. No. iS.  It is a wise bet that the C. P. R. is  thinking no more of building a smelter  at Cascade than it is at Phoenix.  suxacuFTioirg in advance.  Per Vear.... ..... ........fi.oo  Six Months 1.35  ff Ton are not a subscriber to this paper, this  la an Invitation to you to become one.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and j centa per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  There are 119 polling stations in  Yale-Cariboo. After November ,22  the Grits will think that is 119 too  many.  B.C MINING  The Rosebery zinc enriching  is to start in April.  Nenraljlc Heatfuhe it UsnsllV ;-    %���  Attended with a blind pain, but relief  comes quickly when Nerviline is applied, for it is the strongest pain reliever in the world. ''I consider Nerviline a most magical remedy for neuralgia* I^m'Vu4>ject to violent-attacks,"  writes. Mrs. E. G. Harris of Baltimore,  "but never worry if Nerviline is in the  house.-���- The prompt relief'that ���' Nerviline brings makes it priceless to me.  A few applications; neyer yet.: failed .to  kill the pain. I can also recotnmend  Nerviline for stiffness in the joints and  rheumatism;'-''. Try Nerviline yourself.  Price 25c. ....:.  rcssors  THE CANADIAN RSND DRILL CO.  ���'���',-. _ ��� ��� ���    .  Head Office aud Works.  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Branch Offices aud Warehouses: '������""  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND  VANCOUVER, B--C-;-  plant  1904  NOV.  1904  Sun. Mci. Twta. Wei.  Tha. Frl.   Sat.  6  7  8 9 10  11  12  *3  14  15 16 17  18  '9  20  21  22 23 24  25  26  27  28  29 30  ,  From now on the Boundary will see  more of its three candidates, who have  the harness buckled on and are working hard.  There will be exactly another ten  days of political agony in Yale-Cariboo.  Then the wise men will remark, "I told  you so."  This v/eek the political agony will  be over, except in a few constituencies.  They will appear in the "also ran" class  two weeks later.  Probably less casaulties have happened on the new Great Northern railway construction to Phoenix, than on  any other line of equal cost and length,  for years.  CAMPAIGN OPINIONS.  '"Big Bill Galliher" is going to have  a hard time to fulfill all his election  promises.-���Ymir Herald.  Pay ore has been found on the 1 ooo-  foot level of the. Ymir mine.  Rowland's ore shipments last week  were 6,255 tons> or 287,675 tins for  the year.    ���    ,.  A new 200 horse-power engine has  been ordered for the St. Eugerie concentrator at Moyie.  Over 20 extra men went to work at  the Ivanhoe, 'Slocan, last week, making  the working force over 100 men.  The Reco mine, in the Slocan, has  again joined the shipping list. The  force at the mine has'been increased;  The Payne mine has closed down  pending a rearrangement of the company's finances before commencing  deep development work.  Geo. W. Hughes has completed  arrangements with the Payne Company by which he is to have the use  of the Payne zinc separator to run  through 5,000 tons of Lucky Jim ore.  It looks as though the result of the  Kootenay election is to be let go of  Galliher. ���Sandon Standard.  Mr. Ross is a fluent and pleasant  speaker, but not by any means a convincing one.���Enderby Edenograph.  ., Hurrah for Galliher, he likes to see  Timothy Eaton buy lumber for $5.50  a thousand in the State of Washington  to build his scab stores in Manitoba.���  Trout Lake Topic.  AN OPERA COMPANY COMING.  The following candidates for election to the House of Commons are in  the field with the approval and endor-  sation of the Conservative party.  rsle.CiriPO<-.>-IIARTIN BURRELL.  Kooteniy-C. H. MACKINTOSH.  . Admiral Rojestvensky thought it a  good joke to fire on the inoffensive  British trawlers in the North Sea, thereby, killing' several men. His excuse  that they looked like Japanese torpedo  boats���14,000 miles from home���does  not meet with a hearty reception. The  admiral with the long name is evidently too good a judge of vodka.  ���___,._. ���������������- .*r��-ar,~  000,000 surplus this year. That is  $500,00, less than the amount they,  have taken. from B.C. in excess of  what they have spent on the province.  If the electors do their duty at the  polls and vote "Burrell, Borden and  Better Terms" we will get that surplus  back.���Kamloops Standard.  It l��Hisbly Injurious  To use a cheap drastic physic; Safest  remedy for constipation and torpid  liver is Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut which loosens the  bowels without griping pains. Use only  Dr. Hamil'tonls Pills.    Price  Minster Cranston Presents Wade's Befgar  Prince Opera Company.  On a   very   large  guarantee   Mr.  Cranston has engaged fhe above musical organization for a complete tour of  the British Columbia and Alberta The-  latrical Circuit.  Phoenix is to have two nights. On  Monday night, Nov. 7th, Auber's  beautiful romantic opera "Fra Diavolo"  will be presented, and on Tuesday  night, Nov. 8th, "LaMascott"or"The  Beggar Prince."  Mr. Wade's company has' been a  most successful one for ihe past twelve  seasons   thoughout   the central   and  their Canadian "tour, they played to  capacity business for three weeks in  the Winnipeg theatre, and repeated  their success in Brandon.  The personnel of the company has  remained practically unchanged for  the last five years, and includes some  of the best comic opera talent in  America. Miss Irene Palmer is the  prina donna, soprano, supported by  Addie Mumford and Lilia Thorn. Gertrude Hutchenson and Winnifred Peterson are the contraltos. F. W. Walters and Jay C. Taylor tenors, G. Carl  * Wewcr'i Protection *  Dare the makers  of the Slater Shoe  imperil the value of  a $250*000 trade- t  mark by putting  out unworthy shoes bearing  their brand ? And the value  of that brand represents the  difference between the protection of the wearer of unknown  shoes and the famous Goodyear Welted  CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER  Four Million Dollars  Great sty ength, long experience arid thorough  equipment enables this bank to offer prompt  and efficient s.ei vice "in every branch of the  Banking Business. -������  3 per cent interest on Savings Accounts.  .Established  For Men  $4.00  $5.00  For Women gg  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  whii'h ttivt'K IVrfirt Work iti tl-c-liorK-l'  linn: unit tin- t:n-iil*'ht i-H-e ���.'up^mii'iii.  Write Tor Patalip.j.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agtnti. Phoenli, B. C.  HUNTCR-hfiNDWCtt CO., LTD., PhOCRlX, B. C.  Local Agents.  Q*0<M><K>-0<><><>0*<>0 0-0<K>-UK><>00<KKH?  You Should Read      |  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading' Weekly  of, tHe .Boundary.  For All Purposes  a For niint'P, ineuleorotilf-itle service, for  lxuirinir Roads, for coiitriic'ore.    Con-  nnii-k ���li.lii'erv   r.,n..   . vcnieiit to operate, quick nn��l powerful,  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  These en-tines may be s-en in service at the mines of Uranhv Co.. Phoenix, W. C.  �����'':  Phoenix Stage  :25c.  Exactly $304,771 is the reported  surplus of the postoffice department  for the last fiscal year, and yet two  days are required to transmit a letter  from Phoenix to Greenwood, or vice  versa, places that are but five miles  apart, with railway and stage connections. This is a pretty comment on  the efficiency of the department under  Liberal rule.  For the month of October the customs revenue was the greatest  in   the  history   of the Dominion.    Still the  Grit   government   declines   to make  Phoenix���the originator of more rail  way tonnage than any other town of  its size in the province,���and but a few  miles from the international ��� boundary  line���a sub-port of entry,   The electors will not forget this.  VvThos.  W. Lawson,  the millionaire  Boston stock broker, of "Frenzied  Finance" fame, has now broken out into  the* newspapers   in   his war on  the  Amalgamated   Copper   Co.   or   the  "System," as he styles it.    Evidently  the" monthly magazines were too slow.  Thomas,   like all   wise   advertisers,  recognizes the   utility   of the newspapers to keep his name before the  public. Incidentally, Mr Lawson seems  to be quite successful in his efforts to  male   the backers of the "System"  squirm.  Done By Conservatives.  Who admitted British Columbia into the federation of Canada on reasonable terms for that period?  Who introduced the National Policy?  Whe raised the country from an  alarming depression into which it had  fallen?  Who restored confidence in the  country?  Who caused capital to be invested  and manufacturing on a large scale?  Who was the means of giving employment, to thousands who had  been  idle from 1873 *o 1878?  Who constructed the C. P. R.?  Who was the means of opening up  the great Northwest.  Y Whose policy .opened the trade with  -Japan, China and Australia.  Who, kept faith with British Columbia in the teeth of a bitter opposition?  I Who constructed the Sault Ste.  ' Marie canal to be independent of the  United States?  Who gave British Columbia the second year of Confederation $27,000  annually, unsolicited. "       ' *  Who gave us a railway instead of a  wagon road?  These are a few of the things done  by the Conservative pirty and government for the Dominion as a whole���  not forgetting this province in particu  lar.  W. J. Macdonald.  LINE.   =  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.'  -    DAILY.    -  Leave Phoenix ac 10 a. 111.      Arrive Greenwood at 11 a. in.  Arrive        " 4.30 p.m.    Leave " 3 p. m.  ��3r�� tS? ei!r*  Leave  JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  Published in the Heart of tlie Greatest Gold  Copper belt of llritiYshCoiuinbia.  THE SINGING LESSON  Leburg and G.  Bryoh   Bronti,   baritones.   The minor parts are  in  capable hands, and Mr. F. A. Wade and  Jack Spaulding play the comedy parts.  Ivan Rudesal is the musical  director.  There is perhaps no class of amusement more   entertaining   than, good  comic opera, for it combines a plot or  story, dramatic situations and sidesplitting comedy, all capped with excellent  music.    And there is   no   company,  playing the one night stand  houses,  more capable than Mr. Wade's Beggar  Prince opera company.  NOTED IN PASSING.  How's Thltf  Chamberlain's Cough Rsmedy la  Pleasant to  Take.  Fools Use Washes: and - Snufts.  Thinking  perhaps they  will  Catarrh,���but no one ever heard  of a  genuine cure following such  senseless  treatments. , There is just one prompt  and thorough cure for Catarrh  and   it  is fragrant,healing Catarrhozone, which  goes right to the seat of the  trouble.  It destroys the germs,  heals   the inflamed  membranes    and    cures any  case no matter how obstinate  or  long  standing.    "I experimented  for  years  with   Catarrh   remedies    but    found  Catarrhozone the  most rational and  satisfactory," writes W. J. MacEastern  of Waterville.    "It cured me for all  time."    For   a   sure   cure   use  only  Catarrhozone.   Complete outfit, $1.00:  trial size 25c.  Wanted.  Men and women in this county and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established house of  solid financial standing. ' Salary to  men $21 weekly, to,women$iz to$r8  weekly-with expenses advanced each  Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  Monon Bldg., Chicago, ��� 111.  Sick headache results  from   a dis-  cure! ordered stomach and is  quickly cured  by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets,    For sale by all druggists.  A C.P.R. smelter for Cascade is the  latest and hottest "hot air" story from  Grand Forks.'  Kuropatkin can give lessons in run-  We offer One Hundred Dollars Retvir.i <������.  honorable*inyTffll��"e!Si!S!^iWm -^S^ih?TO "yed Cha"iber]ain's Cough Rem-  cully able to m*nouVZBt?3$��^**&r\edy with mv children for <���l   ��,���  The finest quality of granulated loaf  sugar is used in the manufacture of  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and  the roots used in its preparation give  it a flavor similar to maple syrup, making it quit* pleasant to take. Mr.  \Vt L. Roderick, of Poolesville, Md.,  ��� - ���        - (<I   ��� .........^i_;iain .-1 \_,ciui"'i '".em-  . ., --- ���.,.���..-.�� transactions and fiuan- edy with my children for several years  cially able to carry out any obligal ons madebyl       \ ..    .. r n ���.   ���     .1.      u    .  hi��firm.     WALDiHo,KiKHAif& uiRviN.yland can truthfully say  it is  the  best  Wholesale DrupKi-t*, Toledo, O.  nremratinn nf   the   Ifind   I   know'  of  Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally, actinjr   PreP<"a��0'* Ol   me   Kinu   1   Know   01.  directly upon the Wood and mucoua surfaces of. The children like to take lt and lt has  the system.   Twtiirionfals sent free.   Price 75c ... - ���       ���   ��, ,     >  per bottle, sold by all DrugKista i no injurious after effect." For sale by  Take Haifa Family's Villa lor constipation.       | drUf*fdstS.  The Best Liniment.  "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is considered the best liniment on the market, 'Ywrite Post <& Bliss, of Georgia,  Vt. No other liniment will heal a cut  or bruise so promptly. No other  affords such .quick relief from rheumatic pains. No other is so valuable  for deep seated pains like lame back  and pains in the chest. Give this liniment a trial and become acquainted  with its remarkable qualities and you  will never wish to be without it. For  sale by all druggists.  ILL L'OOD THINGS  must win upon their  merits. Tho International  Dictionary/has won a  [greater distinction upon  its merits and is in more  general use than any other  work of its kind in the  English language.  A. 11. Snyc���<-, I.t.l>., D.D., ot Oxfonl  Unlvci-H'ty, I"nRlon��l. lias recently milil  of it: 11, in indeed u marvelous work: it is  difficult to conceive of a dictionary more  exhaustive and complete. Everything ii  ia it���not only what wo might expect to  11ml in such a work, but also what few or  us would ever have thought of looking  for.  IA supplement to the now edition has  brought it fully up to dato. I have been  looking- through tho latter with a feeling  of astonishmert at its completeness, nnd  the amount of labor that has been nut  j into It.  IPREE-"A Teat In Pronunciation." in.  gtructive and cntertuininir '  for the whoio family.   A'so  Illustrated pamphlet.  publi*mer8, ^BKnaasr/  Springfield, Mass.  the entire Boundary shipped 680/600 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was redticedby Y;'"'  BOUNDARY SMELTERS  i'hoeiiix camp alone shipped j3o,ooo tons of ore  last year.  The Pioneei is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any pa,t of Canada or the United  States for  $2.00  per year���or the rest of the. world for $3.00 per  year. ���. It gives the  latest and Most  Reliable News  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It is fearless  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.     '  Your subscription con begin at any time  Address with check  PIQNEER^U^  PHOENIX, B. C  '������*ataa��(taa(oaiaiateaaaaa��>ii>��...^i'        -  '  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD,  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON; B. C.  PHOENIX ;  MARKET.   J  B. C. J  ��  ... Jfeotelt idHeti deal -fatafe:  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportstnanl  To lical and soften the skin aud removegrcase,  oil and rust utaitia, paint and nnd earth, etc., use  the "Master Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mint  Phoenix A erif.  NO. 158.  2 SfwS,S aMNelnn* KaS^* .Three Forks' Sa**don. Slocan Sty,  I        Cr���7S' ?ewr.Denver' Ymir. Salmb, Rossland, Trail, Cascade  0 Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway,'Eholt and Phoenix   '  j  FISH, OYSTERS ANE> POULTRY IN. SEASON.  ��� - Ali ordersreceive prompt attention.   -   ���    , ''  909*^<>����������oa��f>mma��mmaaa96dam9oa9a99a9OeOO9O090<B��J  BAN DEAN, I'res.  JOB PRINTING,  '      JOIS PRINTING,  ?zi%iBn?u����.y I -fOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  WM .Br.RMINO. secy J PlONEKR Pun. Co.,    -   PHOENIX, B.C.  -.--30p.m.  Union Hall  Visiting   brethren  cordially Invited.  Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   'Phone's,  We make good bread,     Try it,  .... iC. Wi GREER, Proprietor  tm  rtl��'V  ~-��Y*r'��"'���'���'?'������-������- 1  .-;���;-��� fl J   ���������   ��� /   '-���',-v- -  !    ' ,   -.1 j-'j'1   �����   - f.  '*i-'.-V "*������  r- f, l,-  -it-ixiB..j  ���fS8p,T9rJ|a+  illiAati-.-i'   *"ri��  ���Ssto  Emm.  -��-'���-  \3��m  KWiliF^  U^W,-i"'.;LT*i'.1''JRi'S ..�����! , urn-r  mz$>  ^Rssnffisr  S.!S,<!Mt!.  KBW  rasa ws ^T^vnomi^Mo^mR  of Crown Granted Mineral  ������aid Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland Assessment District,  Province of British Columbia.  Naina of Owner.  Name of Claim.  Ive notice thud-on Monday the .seventh day of November A. D. 190*. at tlie liutir of twelve o'clo;k noo i.  House in the City o�� Rossland, I shall sell at -inblic'auction, the Crown Granted Mlneial Claims het-j-  ut of the '-ergons in Bala li��t  hereinafter  set but.  for  the ���delin'ntent taxes unpaid.by said perao.ia o.i  luiio, 190��, and for the costH and   expeiist*,   lm-luuliii;  the  cost  of   advertising    H.alJ    sal.-.   I.-   tins   total  i is nut sooner paid. ������.'._. .    -.  '. Y  ���'.  v    .  List Above Mentioned*  TRAIL CREEK: MINING DIVISION.  Line of Owner.  II   paillan Co. Ltd.   Mines, Ltd   gt n9ns   ^lininir Co.  Ltd   'yet, M. B-, et nl   old Mining Co. Ltd   jrles    -.   Bn M. & M. Co. Ltd.....���*.-..������  . D., et al   A '���������������  ster '������������  ���JC. H   "old Mining Co. Ltd   J- vv,;--  S. C ���,   J...   A. B., et al. .-���������  ilella ���'������������  SV. P ������������������  il..... ���,   ';:���������  H   |rm   8 ?. Vf. et al   J. B., et al   | ild Minlnir Co   X, et al   In, C. 0   Kootenay   Mining Co.   Ltd.  J   B   3old Mining Co. Ltd   J. B, ot al   I    Fields of B. C. ....  Mines Ltd......... ���  ��� D. S   Gold Mining Co..  ���.'  It anndlan Co.  Ltd... ���  J. J., et ni..........;.....������������  S. Jr...............Y..........  5tcve, et al. ���  !  -isto Con. M. & D. Co :  i  lex., et al.... ��� r   L . n....-: .......  lold Mining Co ;..........  ward................      3old Mining Co............--'  larles........   i   7. A.....    I  lold Copper Mining Co   Gold Mining Co., foreign..  r I, D��� et al.... ���������  anndlnn Co., Ltd.:....''.....  3old Mining Co.....   <i  in, et al .���������   '. Mining Co., Ltd   *    Star Gold  Mining Co......  Attgnst.. ....;...   ........  T. K, et-al..���:;:;'.'.���.���..;���'..'.:"...  G. F., et al....   R. "W., et al........   I,  D.  K..:   f London Mining Co:...v....  *    G. P., et nl..................  er Mining & S. Co '.���  R       k a :...  fe Trail Ck'. G. M. Co. Ltd..  fe Trail Ck. G. M. Co. Ltd..  "��� Trail Ck. G.'M. Co. Ltd..  neen M. & D. Co. Ltd   X, et al..   ither, W. G.. ....  ', C, et al ...; ������������  ���f. A., et al   et al   etal ������  t      R. T., ot nl.... ���������-, ���  S., et nl...-. ........���;  . Edward   fltey, Patrick,   et nl .������������  I Pn rk Gold Mining Co   fnla Gold Mining Co..   *-nre Mining & Milling Co   hliMlcr, XL., et al   .   X  S.. ,Tr...i.   bit Con. G.'M. Co,, Ltd ���  lo,  Thomas    .   C. E., ot al..   iilie'ler. X L., et al. ���������  |rney, F. H., et al.''.:.:   SPlioll, P. MeTvor Mclvor   St. Louis G;M. Co.... ���  Dish Canadian Co. Ltd....���....;��� ���  Tt. X, et al ...������   llish Canadian Co. Ltd   |inson,  Alfred....   pn.mt Gold  Mining Co. ������������  Con. Mines Ltfl...   I'o Con. Mines Ltd.   her. Josenli B   lirnie. X T., et al ������  nplioli, F. McTror MeTvor   nphpli, F. Mclvor Mclvor ���������  Gold Mining Co ���   pr G. M. & S. Co.   Tjonls, et al -.-���  Con. Mines Ltd... ���������  Con. Mines Ltd.. ���   npbel, C. T>.:   Itley,   Charles   (Flag G. M. Co   Thy, William........   "pi-, TT. L. A., et al ���   irvlow Gold Minlnir Co....   ���'tern Star Gold Mining Co   tener, j. \v\   tinn. Ida May,  et al.   J"PP1>.  Cyma   pitzne Gold Mines Ltd....   Jtlp.y, Charles    5��!e.T, T. E��� et al   Ale*-. T. E��� et al   J-Mmrn Gold Mining Co.  L. Ly--  pmnholi. o. D   Pint Mining Co.,  Ltd.   Jnndco,   Charles   "Ion,  A. B., ���   Jmnson, M��� et al ;  ���"Brine,  G. W   Franz, G. F   ^n\vpr,  TV \   .  Id Hill Mining  Co   gold Qilcen M, & -r. Co   P't'lin.  c. P., et al...   .  Id Star Mining Co. Ltd   SoMin i-piN! Mining Co   Pngllsh Canadian  Co. Ltd   Name of Claim.  Abbacorne I< ractiou......  A. li.  C...........  .......  Ada  L.......,;...... .'.  Albany  ..,...,., ,.  Alkl x'l-aetio.i   Aimuden,.   Amen..   Annie No. ���:......   Annie a   ...  April Fool.....   Argen tine ,..,  Australia..   liitnnoci..........   uaniioek.   Hearer No. 3.   Belcher.......    .....;  Bell............    Belleview...'   Belmont .'. ,  Belvidere .Fraction....;,..  Ben Bolt..;..   ...  Biu  Ciibiao....   Big Clnei Wo. 2   Big Klephant   Big Four.....". ',';  Bif Four..    .  Big Trout   Black Bull...   Black  Diamond   Black Kagle     Black Horse   ....  Blackberry.:.:.   Blackfoot    ...  Blayloek...'.   Blue Bell...   Blue Bell No. 1.   Blue  Chip....   Blue Elephant   Bobolink   Bolder    ........  Bon  Accord.. ...'.  Bonanza No. 2   Buckeye..!   Buckeye   Buffalo No. 2 ....  Butte    ,   Bradford   California.;...��..:'.......  Campbell   Cnmpbird   Cn'nada..!...."... * ���; '."���?.'. :  Cariboo..............   ..;  Cariboo.........;..'.. ?.\.  Carpenter.....���:.... '*..'.-  Cascade   Cashier    ...  C.  B. & Q...........   ..  Centre Star No. 2......  Charleston....   Colchester.......   Columbia View...   Columbia View..   Comet.. .'...   .   Comet No. 2..   .  Commander   Commander   Comstock   Consolation   Copper...    Copper Bell   Copper Glance...   Copper Queen   Copper  Glance   Copper Giant   Crazy  Horse   Cruiser   Cumberland   Curlew   Daddy Lode   Daly i    Daylight ..'   Deadwood   Deer Park   Dclncoln,    ...  Delaware No. 1   Delta   Denmark   Detroit Fraction'.......  now Drop Fraction...  Dowdney..........';.'   .  Diamond..   Dubrovnlk    ..  Duphnnnie   ..  ISast St. Louis....".   Early Mofn......   ....  Eden...................  Edna..   ...  Ego.   Elnnore..' :.   Elk  No.  1....V   Elk No. 1 Fraction..,  Emma Weber   Empress   Emu   Emu  Fraction...;.....  Eric   Esmeralda Fraction.;  Esnuimnit Fraction;;.  Ethel.!..i'...Y.  ;'.......  Ethel No:11.....':...".  Ethel  Mary   Ettle..   Eureka No 1  ..  E.   V.   Debbs   Falrford..   Fnlrvlow   F|nlu   .........  Fandango..   Florence   Flossie L   Fool Hen   Four  Hundred ������  Frankle  H   Fred  B   FVeclmvn   Gertrude  Emily   Ginnt   Gigantic   Olndlntor   Gladstone   Gold  Bar   Gold Bug No. 2   Gold Dollar No. 1 ���  Gold   Hill   Gold Queen   Golden Queen   Gold Star   Goldlc   Gopher Fraction   Lot. No. Taxes Due    Costs'   Totaldue  I860  1772  43.16  lost;  2851.  2(178 .���  42'G  4246  1457  1212  1507  .  2f&2  4128  4S-45  1872  1951  I860  1137  1191  4629  4256  4257  li'84 ������  5428  3716  1786  1276  3081 :  3125  1298  1059  1637  4243  11788  ���5206 .  4318  1698  irso  4C12  1631  1878  5718  534  K17. -  3235 *;  2?95  1791  5001  1621  1283  4358  1205  Ll 639  4013  5000  3860  118S  i::J6  ���975  3442  3443  3T17  |tt516  1P32  3444  960  6S64  12S2  2184  2��5  2183  1210  1496  1631  1958  3780  3861  1220  1765  4077  l'J63  1291  932  1502  1220  4070  1S73  11112  1647  i017  1046  130  2110  1641  1776  1127  1770  1S23  951  4314  4324  3219  991  2115  2121  1277  2980  5208  4?25  4315  2877  1P22  1136  2673  1223  1C.-8  1350  312S  1254  1301  3?97  1F.18  1702  3203  957  2878  997  5429  2490  3076  ifi52  1154  2981  610  1352  994  1191  1--59  4008  $ 2.00  47.00  24.00 '...������  53.75  1.50  4.00  24.75  21.75  21.00  .     7.50  ,  50.75.  ,43.75  40.00  ' 37.50  8.75  8.50  2.50  82.25  13.50  28.50  6.25  9.00  23.00  .-.' 17.00  .   25,00  21.00  21.50  6.25  12.00  41.25  5.25  50.00  39.00  65.00  12.75  26.00  85.75  20.00  28.00  47.50  13.00  12*25  30.00  78.00  41.00 ';:  .50  67.50  32.25  47.25  30.00  18.50  11.75  .   .61.25  17.00  20.00  19.00  12.75  ,    38.50  ������������'6.50 ���-���  29.00  62.50  21.75  68.25  46.25  ���   58.75 .  13.00  , 11.75  ,   58.75  61.50  78.00  63.00  1.25  67.50  52.00  1.23  39.00  25.50  8.75  57.75  32.00  51.00  26.00  2G.00  iS.50  26.00  9.25  7.75  33.75  6.C0  28.75  .25  12.C0  13.50  16.50  52.00  46.50  "  19.00  10.00  12.00  21.00  3.50  30.00  70.00  76.50  22.50  77.00  4.00  18.00  2.50  26.00  21.00  87.50  91.00  3C.00  24.00  66.50  87.50  65.0!)  26.00  19.25  ' 8.00  78.00  65.00  7.50  13.00  21.50  10.50  26.00  26.00  13.00  12.75  27.00  73.50  104.00  84.00  19.50  12.50  50.75  2.00  J2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 ���  2.00  2.0U  2.00  2.00 .  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00   ...  . 2.00  '   2.00 ,  ".2.00 '  ,2.00  2.00  2.00 ���:  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 .-���   ���  2.00  ���   2.00  2.00  2.00  2;00 ���'���  2.00  ,  2.00  2.00  2.00       -  2.00  2.oo :'  2.00  2.00  2.00  '-  2.oo .. ;  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  .2.00    .  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0J  2.00  2.00  2.0J  2.C0  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.C0  2.C0  2.00  2.00  2.O0  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2.0'>  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.01  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0D  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0D  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Ltd!  $ 4.0i.  49.^0  26.00  55.Vo  3.50  6.00  66.75  26.7i.  23.00  9.50  .52.75  ���;���. 45.75  42;00  39.50  10.75  10.50  4.60  81.25  15.50  30.50  :     8.21  11.00  25.0L  19.06  27.0t  23.0L  23.5C  '8.2!  14.00  43.2  ������7.2t  52.00  41.00  67.0C  14.7f  2S.0C  iteller, H.  L: A., et al....������.-���������..  ctruwn,  H..........���������������������������������������   ���'���������  alitukeuzie.   A,   B.................������������  i opping, K. a. .....���������������������'������������������������������ "  .uciTy-iveatliei-, W. G.........������������������������  iCiilani,  <i.   R .................  ltapli, W. L.........;...:   ;-.......-  Green Mountain Con.- Mining Co....  Peterson,  G.'W..-'et:al..........--i  Caldwell, G. F., etal.... ....���������  Mope, C. B., et al.. ���  Hattie Brown Gold Mining Co......  Lapslie,  Thomas............    ������  Wakefield, W. J. C.......������������������������������  Scandia Minih'{ & Tunnel Co.....���-.���  Williams, S. L-, et'al..'..���������������';������'���������.���  Erglish Canadian Co............������������  Iron Hope M. & Mlg. Co.......���������������  Campbell,- F. Mclvor Mclvor........  Suckling, J. H... ������",���������"'"'  Ibex Mining Co.  Ltd.... 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Mclvor Mclvor,.........������  Rossland La Belle M. & D; Co..;..��������� ������  Kirkpatrick,  Wm.,  et' ��1..,-��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� :���:��� ���  Ryan, John, et al'......������������,���,���������������������������"���'��� ���'  Clute, J. S., Jr., et o\.........-���������;���������������;  La Regina G. Mining Co....;..���������:-���-���  Edmondson. T. M...,.���  ������������������;������������;'  Karris,  W.  J...'....... :- .���������*������ ���������'  Glass,   David ,.'   ���������������������".:*!"-���'  Snow, A. J. Russed ........���:���������;������  Little Jim G. M. & M. Co........;- ��������� '���;-,  Topping, E. S..........;.......������.���.:������.���.������<������  Clarkson, E. R. C..............������������������������������  Argonaut G.  M.  Co ........������������"���  English Canadian Co. ;��� ��� ��� ��� ���:��� ��� -.-  ForsterY H. B.,  et al... Y-;-,-'--  Nanaimo  Rossland Mining C*..-,. ������;,.��� ���  Gioyn, John   ���������������;-. -t-v.""���'*"  Johnston, D. F............ .������������ ;���.������;  rftusst, J.dlin R.......��� ���'���.��� ��� ��� ��� ������ ��� ��� ��������� ��� ��� ���;.  '  Kearns, J.. J.,  et al......��� ���.������������ ���������������������������  Schmidt,  C......-.'��� ���������:.-���   ������-��� "'"  His Three G.. M. Co.,-Foreign...,......  English, Canadian Co   Clute, J.  S., Jr....... ������ -.-���*���  jMarsh,  R., et al;. ..������������������  Graves, J. P.,  et al '���������������  AlcKinnon,. Sidney F.... ......  Ste. St. Mane G.-M. Co. Ltd....���������������?  |iOwens, May Annia......   .......���������  Genelle   &. Poupore.. ������������������  Johnston,   D.   Fi.. .......���������-��� ���-.-������'   Edgar G. M.  Co. ���������'������  Delaware M.  &. Mlg. Co......;.������������.������  Monday   Mine   Ltd���........���.������������������  ilonte. Christo G. M. Co..... -������  English   Canadian   Co......������������;������������������  Schimdt, C, et al.....;.....���.;.���.���������������!>������  Ste.  St.  Marie, G. M.  Co......;.������������.-������  British Columbia S. &.. R- Co.���.......X;  Daniel, R. T., et:al...,,;..:-.������������:��� -a.--  Lngelskjen, K. T., et al.i.... .--.;.'�����  Clute,  J.  S.,  Jr., et al.. "�����������*"  English .Canadian  Co.. ���  English Canadian Co..... ........  Tetley,   Chas    ..'..������������  Drumlieller, J. L., et al ���  Nest  Egg  Mining Co.  Ltd   Barboi-J,   Steve,   et al..   Ste. St. Marie Gold Mining Co   Ste. St. Marie Gold Mining Co   Monnier, Victor       Rossland Star Gold Mining Co ���.���  Case, W. F., et al *'*'  Bruce Gold Mining" Co.....   Tetley, Charles...... ������������   ���.������������������;.'  Walter, . Joseph   B .> ..........;���������������������  (Ji-itlitlis,  W.   M.,  et al ������������������  Mayflower Gold Mining Co. Ltd...~  Delaware M.  & ,M.  Co ,.���������  Dempsey,  B.,  et al   lClllam,   G.  R  ���*?  Wickenden, C. O..... ������������ ���������  Montreal & B. C. P. and P. Co.;...  Wakefield, W. J. C ..........  Osier, A. B   Chantrell, J.  B *.'  Nelson, Chas., et al ;"���  Eagiish Canadian Co. ��� ���  Wakefield,   W.  J.  C... ������  Lookout Mountain M. C. Ltd v  Stussi, J. R., etal ��� ;���������  Drumlieller, J. L. et al -,������  Quilliam, ���J... et al.... ������'i  Uyan, John, et al ��� ���������  McArthur, J.  B   ������*  McRae, W. S., etal ������  Oliver,  W. T.,  et al..... .-���  McArthur,  J.  B., et al ���  Randolph  Gold  Mining Co ���������  Coakley,  D.C, et al ..........  Forster, H.   B,  et al ������  Red Eagle Gold Mining Co ���'���  Hamilton,  C.  R '"  Red  Point  Gold  Mining Co ���*  Goldie Rene Mining Co... ���������  Morn-weather,   W.   G   Rhbderiek   Dim   G.   M.   Co ���������  '���ichard.son, G. W., et al   Clemence, V. F., et al ������������  English  Canadian  Co   Lemon. Geo.,  et al   Raymer,   Walter   J ��� ���  Cascade Gold  Mining Co   Sault Ste. Marie G. M. Co ���-������:  Lee, John N ���'  Ale Arthur, J. B.,  et al ;   Umatilla  Gold Mining  Co.,  Ltd....  Balfour,  E.   J....:   English Canadian Co ��� ������  English Canadian Co .-v  Keller,   H.   L.   A.,   et ��1   Airey,   Edward ���������  Airey,  Edward .-������  Irwin,  A.  B ���   Clute,  J.   S.,   Jr.      English Canadian Co..T   Clute, J.  S., Jr   Crotty,  H.   S   Big   Three   Gold   Mining  Co   Wilson, A., et al   Big Three  Gold Mining Co   Tetley,  Chas.. ���...   Bogle, D. B., et al   Drumlieller,   J.  L.,  et  al ���  Schmidt, Chas. ,et al   Monnier,  Victor....   Daniel,   R.   T.,   et   al   McArthur,  J.  B��� et al   Topping,   E.   S.,   et  al   McArthur,  J. B.', et al   St. Louis Mines, Ltd   McArthur,  J. B., et al   St.   Paul Gold  Mining Co..   Ltd...  Fraser, J. S. C   .Chant-rell, J.. B.,.et al   Raymer, H. X, et al. ���������  Kennedy, Ernest.. ���������������  '���������  Kennedy, Graham    Warren, C> S......      Lapslie, Thomas   Summit G. & C. Mining Co.. Ltd.  Kraff, John, et al      Pavo Con.  Mines. Ltd   Harris, W. J   Dunn, Ida May, et al   Williams, S. L., et al   Beaver Gold  Mining Co. Fwr   Ritchie, W.  A..   Umatilla Gold Mining Co., Ltd...  Morris, Michael, et al   Ostrander,  R. B   English  Canadian Co., Ltd ������  28.0  30.0( |  149.50  15.0C  14.25  32.0C  80.00  .43.00  2.50  59.50  34.25  49.25  32.00  20.50  ���13.75  63.25  19.00  22.00 I  21.00  14.75  40.50  S.50  31.00  64.50  23.75  70.25  48.25  .   60.75:  15.00  13.75  60.75  63.50  80.00  65.00  3.25  69.50  54.00  3.25  41.00  27.50  10.75  59.75  34.00  i>".0!-  2S.0O  2S.0C  40.00  28-OC  11.25  9.75  35.75  S.00  30.75  2.25  14.50  15.50  18.50  . di.00  4S.50  21.00  12.00  14.00  23.00  5.50  32.00  72.00  78.50  ���   24.50  79.00  6.00  20.00  4.50  2S.00  26.00  89.50  93.00  3S.O0  20.00  68.50  89.50  67.0"  2S.O0  21.25  10.00  81.00  67.00  9.50  15.00  25.50  12.50  28.00  28.00  15.00  14.75  29.01  75.50  106.00  80.C0  21.50  14.50  52.75  t.00  Goulah    Grand Prize..........   ........  Grand.:..   Gray  Cliff...............   .....  Gray  Copper..   Great Britain,'   Green Crown.    .....  Green Mountain   G. tt. Sovereign..   Hall..........  .  Hard Bargain.:   Hattle Brown;..    Haverhill..  ;   Helen No. 2.     Helena No. 2.   Highland............   ..........  Homestake....    ���   Hope No. 2..... ....  Hotstuph.......... ....  Hugle.   Ibex... :.   ............  Idal..   ........  ���������?���  Ida Fraction.   Independent    ......  Iron Chief    ....  lion Clad...  ���  Iron Hill.....    .....  Iron King No. 2..............  Iron Ki.ng No.  4   Iron Queen No.  1   Isabella No. 2. ;   Iranhoe No. 3................  j:  and J...... ������������������:.  Jennie '...'   Jersey......................  Joanna   ..  Joker    .  Josie Mac   Kid ......'.......;...  ....  Kiwi..!.........   ............  Kniglit Templar........  .....  Kootenay Frae.ion..'...'.......  Kurrajong..........    .......  La Bells................   .....  Lander   ..............  (Last Chance......    ....  Last Chance..   Lu Regina..,.......:-../.. ..  Lightfoot..   ;Liiy i��iaj\.........  .  i^incoin i\b.2..    .  ijiltlo  ness..............,:..  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Oakland   Olive   olla  Podrida   Olympia ,  Ontario   Ontario   Ophir   No.   1.   Oriental   | Orizaba   Ottawa No. 1.   Oxford..   Penobsquls   Philadelphia..   Piioen ix  (.Revised'   Pink.,   Pittsburg - .  Pittsburg   Poor   Property   Prince  of  Wales   Princess   Louise   Putnam....   Queen's Own   Queen   Lill   Randolph    Ramping  Lion   Rambler       Red   Eagle   Red Oak   Red Point   Rene   Reubenstein..   Rlioderick   Dhu.   Richmond ���  Road   View   Roman Eagle   Rossland Fraction   Royal   George   Royal   Kangaroo   Rutland...   Sudic   Sailor Boy   Sailor Boy   Sampson   8. C   6.   C.   Fraction   Scarabaeus   Sea   Bird   Seal   Suneea Fraction   Shandon Bell   Sidney   Sklligoolee   Bnowbird   Snowshoe   South   Bend.   Southern  Belie   Sound  Money   Southern Cross   Spokane   Spotted   Tail.   St.  Bernard   St. Charles   St.   Clair   St.   Croix   St. Luke Frac   St. Louis   St. Mark   St. Paul   St. Paul   St. Thomas   Standard   Stemwlnder   Stock Exchange   Sultana   Sunbeam Frac   Swan   Teller   Tenderfoot   Timber   Tramway   Trenton   Trilby No. 2....,   Tuesday   Umatilla   Union   U. 8. No. 2   Vancouver.  ���Lot No. Taxes Due    Costa    Totaldue  1452  933  5009  2470  1C32  '4065  1232  638  1226  2964  1129  1047  4353  1151  1790  |1C49  4C10  4605  2120  SC75  1618  990  1275  3859  4073  3781  U42  4317  1504  1355  1629  1773  1P50  646  3225  1690  1230  1143  14.50  1155  1198  2117  729  1962  4U1  1875  1128  3387  K52  2972  3715  2685  U95.  1509  952  1959  2440  1642  4662  151S  1614  1702  1492  1341  4011  1876  4396  1610  1791  3020  6217  1761  1766  1694  1789  995  802  1769  3013  3023  |2976.  1764  4023  2393  1777  4018  1787  4071  1048  5717  2022  3019  1783  1345  1501  1628  2671  4220  492S  779  1788  1057  4064  3120  1701  1153  1193  .1935  s-530  1778  1153  2915  1150  4075  1273  1965  2677  4917  1616  1783  1279  1S59  3441  1616  ,3162  1200  1520  1130  1493  1508  3783  1767  4667  1199  5002  3021  1393  1784  4244  4C74  1771  4009  1451  163��  1937  8403  lt17  1775  1871  4 60S  1347  16S(  184*  2672  964  4*72  988  13223  1689  [1789  1703  (Trail Greek  Mining Division   continued   on   nest  17S5  935  1787  1208  1760  1933  4240  1498  1609  1494  5008  4357  4900  4313  2684  1828  18*1  1207  1MB  4248  944  1964  4014  pane.)  70.00  22.50  34.50  70.00  37.00  34.00  3.50  21.00  10.75  50.00  54.25  35.00  26.25  55.00  25.50  25.50  18.00  15.00  16.75  7.75  26.25  9.50  6.50  31.50  23,00  10.25  ��� 3.50  16.50  24.60  47.50  78.75  70.00  23.00  6.00  53.75  21.00  4.50  9.00  35.25  63.00 ,  65.00  .     .75  40.50  2.50  41.25  5.60  8.50  10.00  4.50  ,   3.00  38.75  8.75  2.00  19.50  2.50  8.50  40.00  61.00  73.50  38.00  78.00  58.50  49.00  26.00  11.00  17.C0  5.25  12.C0  41.25  12.50  2.75  9.25  52.50  63.00  3.50  73.50  39.00  4.25  28.00  1.59  3.75  22.50  52.50  13.00  39.00  44.00  24.00  18.00  11.75  23.00  8.00  8.50  12.50  34.00  47.25  91.00  44.00  75.00  57.50  11.00  17.50  91.00  37.50  35.0Q  19.00  19.00  53.75  55.00  2.25  36.00  40.00  26.25  8.00  84.00  10.50  76.50  6.50  37.50  4.50  25.00  22.50  9.00  58.75  46.00  17.25  60.00  91.00  38.00  1L2S  77.00  31.00  52.00  42.00  6.50  8.50  36.00  4.78  26.25  17.50  27.00  26.25  43.00  2.0��  47.25  46.26  53.75  .50  5.C0  ��� 49.00  12.50  52.00  11.60  45.00  7.50  36.00  10.25  B.26  19.00  51.00  9.00  24.00  50.76  .60  13.00  18.50  10.00  8.00  58.75  13.00  46.50  35.09  78.00  8.25  17.50  8.00  26.60  S.26  40.26  12.75  100.00  49.50  ��0.55  26.SC  52.50  28.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00   ���  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 .  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00,  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.09  .2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  a.oo  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  SOlO  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00.  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2:00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.64  2.00  2.00  2.00  8.09  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.60  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  wm  :*"-?TO'��U,IC*:  JltL^vtvP  ���*S1 ���*vTr*"E$!!:  ��W7  m  72.00  24.50  36.50  72.00  39.00  36.00  5.50  23.00  12.75  62.00  56.25  37.00  28.25  57.00  27.50  27.50  20.00  17.00  17.75  9.75  28.25  11.50  8.60  33.50  25.00  12.25  5.50  18 50  26.50  49.50  80.75  72.00  25.00  8.00  55.75  26.00  6.50  11.00  37.25  65.00  67.00  2.75  42.60  4.60  43.25  7.50  10.50  12.00  6.50  5.00  40.7u  Iti; 10  4.00  21.50  4.5o  10.6u  42.00  53.00  76.50  40.00  8J.U0  b0.50  DI.Oj  28.00  13.00  19.00  7.2j  14.0 J  43.25  14.50  4.75  11.25  54.50  65.00  5.50  75.50  41.00  6.25  30.00  3.50  5.75  24.50  54.50  15.00  41.00  46.00  26.00  20.00  13.75  25.00  10.00  10.50  14.50  36.00  49.25  9.1.0 J  46.00  77.0J  59.50  13.00  19.50  93.00  39.50  37.00  21.00  21.00  65.75  57,��0  4.25  38.0J  42.0J  28.2j  10.00  86.00  12.50  78.50  8.50  39.50  6.50  27.00  24.50  11.00  60.75  47.00  19.2;  52.00  93. h  41.00  13.25  79.00  33.00  54.00  44.00  8.50  10.50  38.00  8.75  28,25  19.50  29,00  28.25  45.00  4.00  49.25  48.25  65.75  2.50  7.50  51.00  14.50  54.00  13.50  47.00  9.50  38.00  12.25  11.95  21.00  53.00  11.00  26.00  52.75  iM  15.00  20.50  12.00  10.0��  60.76  15.00  48.50  S7.09  80.00  10.25  19.60  10.00  27.60  5.2S  42.26  14.76  102.00  51.60  28.26  S8.CO  54.50  80.09  ALBERT GR0ULX,  * Prsetieal Hormhoelnf. Blieksnlthlif, ���  ������       Dominion A��e., Phoenl��, B. C.      ��� ���  Phoenix Shoe Stop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  KI.-.K !��l'.'T-s AM) slices  MADE  TO OKDER.  PRAti'llCAL MINKK'S' ANU fKOS  , PECTORS' SHOES A SPECIALTY.  Shop   on   Dominion''Avi-iint-.  in \m (ollie Kennels  THE   HOME  OF  High-Class  COLLIES  We make a specialty of bteedingjthe  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell .it reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction to fioikniastcis  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  Thos. S. Griffith;  P. 0; Box 1.907. ���Spok>int',\v����''K  -���d II lift in 10 5��oiifo  IN   REACH  OF   EVERYONE.  See the woniierful YOHO WATFR  HEATER, the latest invention, at  Htmter-KendricR Co., Ltd.  Sole Agents for Phoenix.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B,C.  qpift- The mosl pflft-ClV Hl>l'��:il.l .It,  \iA Pleasure Resort in  the West   u*m ;-t  rtvivsystem of Hatlu���iiicliidtiijy:   Tuitwi*   mu  tu-tMHii.    Oi'trti the year  round.    Tht- cuiativ<t  |ir(��v^rtics of Us witters nrt- unequak-il.  For Curtuy; nil Rheumatic, Nnnoiu and  Miuk  cutar Tronhles.  Foi  Healing all Kidney, I.tver ��.ml StoniHch  nil men ts.  For Kliiniitatiii�� all MctaUI���^oi^o^^ from th*  8yitem  The jytaitJcur of the scenrrv in tniiivatr(It  Mou tilanis, snow ptuts, forest, I��k��***,uatciffllll  hoathijc:. yachting, fishing, shoctin^:, excurwiou  teun**. it1* wintei climate \% iuiiti*ii-ast*t��^l *( r  .niMn* *4��  If You're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  Phoenix  Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and  Freshest  News of Boundary's Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  A OUR ess:  Pioneer PoBIlsning Co.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  m  !  iv-i'  WW  ���m  m  m.  .���! i  'ff  ^  r?^  HW  *m  Vftfc^M'-ax.  f-pi^ivTiA^^p-n *-.r^fflffcnf iivl*S * JtA^'r,B^ixVcsi*hi  .���ffti'i  Wv*';  M-  '7P&  1  >i-"J- $'Wmm  111 m^mmm  fftiii  II'  Swill'.  ��������  1:  St  If-  ip-'-  w  !>�����'������  i  ill-;  Name of Owner.    ,  i.wi    ���!������������ Lull. !��� ������ ii.i -irTMii'ili��iiiMffllf"rrrrTW^���t������  TRAIL; CREEK MSNmG DIVISION--Continii��j��  i^98cmrxpffiim&R  Griffiths, W. it; ���t al......;;......  Yulll, S. B., ot aI.,V......V^..^..  Cameron,  T. A.,  etal ,   Gioyn, John........'���'������'.-'i   , Vnglnla Gold Wining- Co   .Little Joe Con. Mining Co   ��� Nanaimo & Rossland Mining- Co."..  1 Campbell, F., Mclvor, Mcl'or   Iron Hope M. & M. Co   Columbia Proprietary,  Ltd   'Thompson, Ross, et nl '.   ItlcDonnell, C, et al..:   ���Johnston,  Douglas F   "JlcAtee, L. J   Bogle,  D, et al   ���; Tale Gold Copper Wining Co., Ltd..  Perdue, W., et al   Name of Claim.  Victor   'Victoria....  Viking   j Violet .""  I Virginia ,'  / Western  Spy '.  'White, Elephant".'.  Whiroo.   White Iron....'"  VVhoopup    ....  Wide West...  ..."  Wide West No!.2.  Winnipeg   Wisconsin....'  Wolverine...  Yale.   Zilor       Lot. No. Taxes Due    Costs  4H27  '���'���85  ��16  4663  6S1  / 2G96  I 1357  21 If  KOi  2324  1287  1.453  1519  3692  1051  Btelenberg,. E. A., Estate of.  Total due  \yjpfcwire. E.  T., et al    Oliver. W. T.   12.50  Combination. M.  & M. Co....  27.00 J Douglas,   John   "���"jlMulligan, John   ~*JJ I Rvmberger. G. W.,  r" I Johnson, S. M..  et al.  Name of Owner.  GRAND FORKS MINING DIVISION.  lnlrirn, ��., et al   Contact Con. uoia Alines, Ltu   Contact con. Gold Mines, Ltd  Townsund,   VV.   li....  AlcAiuUeu, J. J..;..... ".'...,....   "  Van Net* 1. Estate et ai.   Porter, w. J., etal.   Lavailey, Eli, et ai         Drew, Geo. E., et al   McCallum, Nell, et is 1 .'.' "  Piewman,  it., et al.........'   McKenzie, A.    ,       '  "'"  Porter, W. J., et ai...".'.'.".'.   Matheson, C  ,. '"   Stack, T. W., etal..."."'.'."   "'"  Bonanza Mountain G. it. Co". '   McCallum, Nell, ��t al....;.        ""  Boneta Gold Mining Co...... "  Clerk, Ella   ......  '  CUrit Sea tt Je Goto Minlnir Co.    Oppenheimcr, M., et al......  Pl'      Daniel. R. t., et al...... ...... "���*'"���  Rumberger, G. W., et al.. ..  B. C. Trust Co.,- Ltd...'��.'.*,-   ."������"'������.*  Fiuucane, F. J., et al....       ��� ."'���'"'"'���  Largley, S. Thornton....  ...'."���"'  McCallum, N��� et al..v.....!'^i^'V '"  Hailed I. H., et al...';.;    :'"    "  Gold Coin Mining Co...... .;"""  Bonanza Mountain G. M. Co.. L��d "  McMynn, W. G ..  ...v .!..'"  Oppenhelrher, Marcus!'.. .*."!    "  Contact Con. Gold Mines, Ltd.  Curtis. Smith, et al.'v.v;"'"������  Covert,  W.' H ;.,'.. :' "'���;  Contact Con. Gold Mines', Ltd"  Summit Gold Copper Co., Ltd......  Mammoth & Diamond Hitch Con. G  '       M.  Co.,  Ltd    ,'.  Hartford Gold Mining Co., Ltd.".  Earthquake' Con. G. M. Co., Ltd  piewman, R, et al........  Rewman, R., et al   Curtis. Smith, et ai..     .    ""  Delshelmer, S., et al.... ���  "*     '"  , Brown, R. a  .........  Porter. W. X, et al....'".'.' "���"'  Contact Con. Gold Mines, Ltd.'.'.';'  Jordan, Arthur      '  Hartford Gold Mining Cto./'-��ta'���'  Gold Dollar Mines, Ltd....  McCallum, N., et al.... .    ���������-���'  "  Van Net* I. et al :.-.'U"''"  Jordan; Arthur. ."   *"  Guess, G; A ���������������������   ....  Naden, G. R., etal'.'..'.'.";'.""^"  .Hartford Gold Mining Co..""  Hartford Gold Mining Co?.-;   "'"  ,    Blockberger, F. R., et al......    "  B.  C. Trust Co., Ltd......      .'.'."  Pox, J. H         ���������'  Rsmberr-er, G. W. "'���'���".������������y.y  Jordan. Arthur ���'������ '"���''"'  John Bull MInei. Ltd.." ""   '"  Bower, W., et nl -���-���.........  Rnmberjier,' G. W......""���' "���""���  JCrnnlt. Charles, et al.. "'"'"v'  "  -   Belt, - W. ,HT.   a.  ���������...........  Townsend.'W. B....   "' '���".* "*  tittle Bertha Go'd Minm?*o,v!";"  MfGnJre. Hitch, et al...    ,"���������"  O'TooIe', J. M      "���.   Townsend. Tim..      ���"'"  Clarlc. EUn. et al "���'  Summit Gold Copper' Vrinlmr Co  Mammoth & Dl.mohd Hitch Con G.*M.  CogRriir, c'et'aV.*.'.'.".'. ";". "  John Bull Mines, Ltd  ""  Innls, Dugald       McCallnm, Neil, et al.'*"' "  Miillijran, John..    Averill, F. A., et aV.".."'v",",M  Piewman, r., et a|  - ��� ......  MeGnire. Hujth      '  '"'  Rumberger, G. W '  ���"  COBCTlff, c      ���������...;..  ���*Vhfte,  Milton  D   Contact Con. Gold'MineL'u'd'"      Rendell, g. A....!'"' ������*���';������������  Bonanza* .Monnt'n'iri' G.'*M'*"rio"i m "  ?  ����Jtta�� Co��.' Gold Mine" LW*        "  Con act Con.-Gold Mines  Ltd ;"'"  "Callnm, Nell. ct ol....   iJla-'*"-'  Mnthcsnn, Clias  ���-......  Bonanza Mountain G."m"co"t'm'"  ���E;.rlhr,.lake Con. G. if Co Ttfl "���  McKenzie, a Ltd.......  Loclcie, r. j. Ei.'eta!    '���-���--...  ����"����. I. H., eta... ������������������--  Jw. C. e��� etal....    '  bhaw, Wm...  ���������  Spence. J. D.( ;-t,'aV.'. *    "  fW��S. ^j^ *:::���:::;:  R��X^,T^M'n,nff''c��"^::::;:  - -Piewman, r. et a,    M* Co- Wd........  Cosffrlff, c, et al   ���'^t-jsar''**;^;;"  McGuire, Fi...   Pis rk Sea ttle G.' 'ii "r�� "t Ik ���  Brown, R. x.. td ���   B. C. Trust Co."l'm'   Rumberrrer, g. w., et'kl   Ross, Hector  ���������  To^r^^Min^-co,::;:;::  Oppenlieimer, M '���-  Plnneane, p. j, et ^  ���-..  ^"���ai-;^,.:; >.-.���  Humberger, G,w A�� a,"\ "������:  SIMehurst, slllTtH -  Pinncane, F. J.   et al . ;.' "  Aecident   Alax   ���-Ajax jfraction..  Alaeen   Arnmie   U. C. i\io. 2   Weaver   Beuch   Jbelie of Ottawa  Best   .Birthday   Bltmarck   Biack Bess   Clue Bird   l?luc Bell   Bonanza   Bonanza   i''Boneta;   I Boys      Butte..   Butte...';   I Caledonia   I California   Caiumet.   Carlotte...   Christina   CItcpatra   Climax .-..   ..  Coin.....   Colorado   Colorado.,...;..   ..  Columbia...   Contact..,.   Corydon...   Crown......'    Daly.....   .....  Delta Fraction  Diamond Hitch   Double   Engle  Fraction  Earthquake,   Ediion....      Electric....',   Elmore....    Erwin......       '  Fantantine..   Girl of the Period   Gk'i-garry.'.".'   Golden Age-Fraction1....  Golden Crown Fn  Gold  Dropi;;-.   Grn nd  F6rks  Belle...  Grey Eagle.   Halifax...;:;.   Hamfat.;..;    Hard Cash..;   Hartford......      Hartford Frac   Hastings......      Hecla....";...,      HlRhlnnd Chief '.',  Iron  Clad...,.   rennie Lind  Fraction..  Tr-hn Bull.,;.....   T. S. Fraction..   .Keystone'... :���'..   Keystone.....;.   Kcywest;.........   .  Kittle,...;....;. '  Little Bertha.  '.'."  Little Babe.... '  Livingston Y. ."."'",  London....;.;.   '"  Loynl Canadian ',','.'.  Main. ..." ���  Mammoth...;....      Mammie..... ���.,,"  Marinette..'.'.....   ..'.'."'"'  Mntabele Fraction .. ���  [Mayflower;.   Midnirrht...... '.'.'.".'.,  Minnie......  '.'..!"  Monckton........'".'."..!!"."  Monte Carlo.. ....,���"  Montana........  Mono    .'."','",'.'"  Moonlight........   Mother  Lode. ..'.'.".','  Mother Lode Fraction  Mountain  Monnrrh... ,  '"  Mountain View.   Mountitln  View,..,,..'  Mflitnlnln  View......,.'   .'.'"  Mountain View Frnction  Vnliob Fraction....    .        "  Nnnnipon Bonaparte...!   Nevadn,,.,..,, ,,   "  Nevadri...,,..,   .'",'.'.'."   "  New Lnst ciiance!..   No. 1....    Norfpiit.... ;;;;������ ;;,;;;;;��������� '���  Norton   ���>���  K..,........'."   Ontario  ���",'.'.',   Ontario Boy.",     O. p            Ophir.....,,','..,'   Offten Hoy,.',':',      Oro.   Pnlmetto.   phlllp fShr-rtoaji".   Pletou     Q'Wn of the Hllis..','."   Rnneer.,.    Rattier. ..!,'.'"".,.;;"���"������"  Rlflimond.,    Seattle ',",'"   *"���"   ^Moknhoe\t,'.'.\\'   '".   Sissy      '"������ '  St. Loiils.',','.',   P'andnrd  No.  Strawberry,.,',  Thirty Seven...,;  Toledo Fraction.  Tnnnell   Vancouver,,,,  Vinirunrd.!"   Victor ....,'".'  Vlreinla city!!..'  Volcnno...;.  Wake '"   "  War RfKrie... "  Sa.^n'*..''*r'::;::  Voung George,,  43.00 I  14.25 I  28.00,  6.25 1  53.00 |  28.00 i  15.01) |  15.00  25,00  3.00  15.00  15.Q0  2..  ' Name of Owner.  GREENWOOD MINING WV$ION.  Nflden, G.. R., et al   Prjng'e, Clive   Johnson, S. M-, et al   Enterprise & Anclior Mines, Ltd.  30 50 1 MeDonell, C���  et al   1500   Boundary Creek M. �� M. Co...  65'C()   Rutnberger, G. W., et al   J725   JlcDonell, C,  et al   ' 14.75   Holbrook,   D.   W.   44.00   Dunn,  J.,  etal   5.25 Ashcroft,  A.  E.,  et: al   Harris, W.J.,   Guess, G. A.,.et al   ,   Johnson, S. M-. et al   ���-���  Reed, Hugh, et al...,   Total due  Sliver King Mining Co   Guess, G.  A   McMynn, W. G   14.66 I Dil Iter, .'Ot to   I2.2ii I Rumberger, G.. W., et al   4.5V   Desroislers, J. B.   32.ot>   Ruinberger, G. W., et al   14.00   Oliver.  W.  T.   la.op   Rendell,  G.  A   "��.75   Green. S. K., et al   55-7P   MeDonoll,  Chris,  et al   15.00   Dunn, John, et al   12.00   Dongas, j0|,n v  ..  ��,*   Moran, John   ���T���   Porter. W. J   6'w   MeMnlion, M. H., etal   Me*.ra-v.  Alnsley.  et  nl   , RrH^iberper, G. W��� et al   Nfiden, G. R., et al   Rnmber/��er. G. W. et;al   Renaell, q. A., et al   Wickwlre, E. T. et al   Cosgrlff, Con., et al   22^  Jnhnson, S. M., et al   15,00   Dunn, J.,,et al   12.25   Sandi, Mark   28.00   Robertson, J.  R...Y.   30.00   WIckwire, E. T., et al   13.00   Prfngle,  Clire   13.75   London & B. C. Gold Fields, Ltd....  80.00   McAuley. X B .'   28.00 iDouglns,  John   15.00   Dunn, J., et nl   15.00   Mortimer, E. ��., e't al   11.00   Hogg,  W. L., et al   �������>   Nnden,,G.  R.,  el  al../.   ii ��   Keffer, F., et al   ��� 5  Johnson, S. M.. et al.  ml******  C,""��*io11(,.f(���  '^KKISTKR  'k'titj  NO-Iarv  GEOHGt]i  ,   ���   .....   cl   ai   MeMynn,  W. G.,  et al   Markln, R   Hogir, W. h. et al   Warren-,- J.- J.   Finucane, F. J '.   JJ'^   Boundary Creek M.*& M. Co   11.75' siI"*er Kinf Gold Mining Co   H;'t6   Mack, John  ..._.,,..  15.'d0   MeDonell, ehris., et a!    Silver Star..  6.'(>o   Rumberger, G. W., et al    Smuggler....  Crnne,- -G. -T.   10.do- Crnne,   G.  T.   2,?J0   Deadwood  Gold Mining Co  30.f��O  Rumberger. G. W., et al..  ll.t-fo- McMynn, W. G   66.50   MoMilllfln,  J. J.,  et  al.....  10.5O Kydd, George, et al   27.00-  Collins, C. N   9.25 McArthur. P. C   U.iS   Haas, Jacob C   1L50  Lee, R. W   15.00   Irving,   J   12.00   Harris, W. J.   34.25 jHflrrfs, W. J.   15.00  Harris, W. J...,   7-00  Rumberger, G. W., et al   2��-50  Nnden, O. R., et al   12.00 flumberger, G. W.  -St.  Genevieve   St.  Lawrence   StatTord Fraction  Sunnyslde   Sunset    .'.',   Tarn O'Shanter   Texas "_   Timer Fraction   Tip   Top     Twin  Sisters.".".."  Vancouver.   Wellington..'..".'.'.   Wellington,   No.   l   Wellington No. 2  WUIamena Fraction.'.'.'.  World's   Fair  Fraction  iL^on Fraction......   ^  Name of Claim.  City View...   Clipper Fraction.  Columbia   Combination,   Cornucopia   Copper yueen....  Cracker Jack.....  Dandy...'.   ........  Don't Know ...  Dominion   i-lmerald   Enterprise ....  r'4-ee  Coinage......  ii. A. li   (iarlield..'.....  Gold Bug No  Uoju Bug......   Gnind  Central ���������  Hackla..........   ....���'.'.'.���  Huiuillou   Hidden Trcusure   iiouiestuke   ii. It.' Y   iron Cap...;   iron Top   iron Pyrites........   Joliunnlsburg .'   JoKcr    Jollettu  Fraction........    ....  Ive/nioin.'        ....  ivootenily      ,    .  Lancaster Fraction........   ..  i���itu Cuunce.   ...  Legal  Tender   i.uiti         ��� MlUl'l   .\lagnolia   lAlnple Lvuf   I Alaytleld  Fraction   Maze   Missing Link   Allsslng Link  No.  2 Fraction  Moscow   Mountain View....   Mountain View   Mullen   Myrtle   |iN-il!u   Nellie Cotton   New  York   ('Nightingale.:   |��No. 2   Norfolk   Orinoco   Oro   Paragon   Peacock   Pioneer   Pinhook   Pluto   Queen Sube   Queen of Sheba  Red   Warrior   Revenue   |'Rol) Roy   Scrunton Fraction  S.  F.  Fraction...  ���'Silver Cloud   Silver King   Silver Tip  Silver Stiir.,..  a��� Onion P4c|  ONLY LINK EASl  Salt Lake and  John ICirkup,  Assessor and Collector Rossland Assessment District  12.00  9.51  28.00  3.25  11.00  13.50  15.C0  15.00  26.50  7.-0  13.50  15.00  KOO  2.50  8.00  9.00  28.00  14 601  11.75 I  4.75  n.pol  63.25)  2S.po|  13.h\  45.75  15 001  9.75 I  11.;  2T.po|  13.001  11.75 I  15.00  13.(50  13.25  21>>0  10.25 f  K.OO  11.75  13.00J  21.00  ,38.75  15.00  28.00  ,12.f?5  15.00  , 47.00  15.00  28,00-  lover the Uiiion ���^?!'>l'rkno*'1 a��  ! *-"nninK tlw!��nPiS��ie, ?r^K Rai,--a:v  every lay and1 ffirhi;lm*e<*".Who  ''The only8perfect trTJ?->nf 'A'l&Ro;-  Understand   Con��lZ ',n -th*'.**��'?>!  ,t,rA^TmnscS���':nSn;i^ W'fe  Two 'I'kains   .    Steatnsliip tickets lo Knre  22.001 foreign countries.  28.00 I ���-���*������ ��� ���   Dally        Kfli-diveNor. ��if  7.35 ��.m.  HAST MAII.-TualiL  Coclir ,-| 'A icne dmrirl.F  iiifitoti  GarfirUI 1 c'fix  . 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T.  fAlta..  Enterprise & A���c-^;* * y,1*^ ��� ���   ��� ��� f Anaconda'.'.  Rttmbereer, G. w     M*ne8' "<J -Anchor.  MeDonell, Chris. Pr ���,      ->Anex....  Name of Claim.  2SXK)  27.B0  15^)0  ���Wr. Pf Jocltja-v avoided. bV apnl'yiL  Chamberlain's . Pain, Bain. Sy J  soon.as the iniurv .*�� *^i;' j ���l��� f8  13.00   .       ��� .��� ���        o--���.v...n.u crisis Plentifully  ���0:30a: ,��� [eaver^��;��l��"'l*'e at Gr�����d F?^  at J'hoeiiix 7 p. ���, "Y?.���3M5 p. m.,arrivliiB  Connects both w"Vs w ?h^ree'"*''��><I ��t!8. >; Jf  'p.Greeiiwood.W- ��,.-    Mnir> *" 5��! Phoenii  Creewooil toG,5^! ne1"w20d t0 ''hoe ilxTo  OtVS" B^��  8fixS!tVh,��m^   *" ��'h"  W. Norther offic-, *�����'"'2'   !�� Grand ForL.  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND Ai.li l'ACIFICCO.V:l|  I'OI NTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND AM, I'OIXTS K.A.*T.|  MeDonell, Chris, e't al  Guess,  G. A....  Moody, John A   cnnificid. j. j��� e;;;   Steele, rJ.. etal..          Guess; G. "A..          Hallett, 1. 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[J  stating what information y" "f ,1  same will he 'promptly '    '  do not have it on. ham  I you if potusiVlP,TriT\vi'l'hoiit fl")' '''I*'  I to yon.   AddresH  B. H.TBUMliUU; ,  Coiiimmercln \AK%  142 Third SLforlW^ -lit  ' -'it  THE PHOB^X'PIGrNEiSR^  ****,  RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT  JVTARRH,  COUGHS,   GOLDS,   GRIR  ���SP* Peruna far coughs  and folds imc/ii/dren%  ���.-   ��� hrnSi  S-fSISTERS OF CHARI  nK D��g!ex on the  campaign.  WiA Aptl^-ci h> F. P. IWc.  |,0ver United States Use Pe-ru-na  %     Yfoi* Catarrh./  front a Catholic Institution la Ohio]  nes tM following recommend from]  VSister Superior:  wSome years ago a friend otourlnA  Wutlon recommended to us Dr. Hart.,  tn's Peruna as an excellent remedy]  J the Influenza of which we then had.  feral cases which threatened to be]  i serious character.  'We began to use it and experiences  \h wonderful results that since then.  runs has become our favorite mediae for Infuenza, catarrh, cold, cough]  "��� bronchitis." ���',..-.���������*'  SISTER SUPERIOR.  Dr. Hartman, receives m��nv letters from Catholic Bisters all over tho TJnited  late*, A recommend recenily received from a Catholic institution in -.Detroit,  it'll., reads os follows:'-'   -" ���-��������� > '  Detroit,; Mich.,  Dr. .'7. D. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: ""l " ��Ct *' 19��''  D��srSl^>'Tbevoung girl whoused tlio Peruna was suffering from lar-  yngltls.and loss of voice. J-he result ot the treatment was most satisfactory. She found great relief, and after further use ot ihe medicine we hope  tohbe able to say she Is entirely cured." S1CTURS OP CHARITY.  This young girl was uridor the care of tho Sisters ot 'charity and used Peruna  1 for catarrh of the throat, -with good results as tho abovo letter testifies.  JVnothor recommond from a Catholic in-  tutlon in one of the Contral (states  itven by the Sister Superior reads as  lows:  'A number of years ago, our attention  i as called to Dr. Hartman's Peruna, and  ice then wo have used it with wonder-  Inl result*for grip, coughs, colds and c��-  |-vn-hal diseases of tho head and stomach.  "For grip'arid wlnteV catarrh' especial-  it baa been of great service to tho in-  i ites of this institution.*'  , Y ���-,- Y  SISTER STJPERIOIW  V prominent Mother Superior says: Y  I can testify from cxperloncb to the  iclency of Peruna as one of the very  st medicines, and It gives me pleasure  add my praise to that of thousands  !io havo used it.  ���For years 1 suffered with catarrh of  Silio stomach, all remedies proving value-  | less for relief, iiustspringl went toColo-  ado hoping lo be bc:��-fltcd by a change  lof climate and while (hero afriend advts-  fwl m�� to try yonm.-i.   After using two  bottles I found myself very much improved. Tho remains of my old disease  being now so slight, I consider myself  cured, yet ror a while I intend to continue the uso of Peruna.       .   ,  "I am now treating another patient  with your medicine. She has been sick  with malaria and troubled with leucor  rhcea., I hayo.no doubt that a cure will  be speediiy effected."  MOTHER SUPERIOR.  These are samples of letters received  by Dr. Hartman from the'various orders  of Catholic Sisters throughout the United  States.";,'-. Y .:'\\ 5t       ,;������- ������'���'.:-.  Tho names' and addresses to these  letters have been withheld from respect  to tho Sisters, but will be furnished upon  request.  In evory country of the civilized world  tho Sisters of Charity are known. Not  only do they minister to tho spiritual and  intellectual needs of those with whom  they come In contact, but thoy minister  to their bodily needs. They are as skilled  as trained nurses In  their treatmontof diseases, and aro looked  upon*ns messengers  of good ehe.er by  countless patient sufferers.  .   :.'     ,  One-half of ihe diseases which  afflict mankind arc dne to some  catarrhal derangement of the mucous membrane lining some organ  orpasBagoof tho body. A remedy-  that would act'immediately upon the  congested mucous membrane, restoring  lt.to its normq.1 state, would consequently euro alt these diseases. Catarrh la  catarrh wherever located, whether lt be  in the head, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys, or pelvic organs. A remedy that  will euro it in one location will cure it  in'all locations.  The Sisters Find Peruna a fJever-Fall-  Peruna i.i cucli a remedy. Tho Sistera  of Charity'knovr tliis.' ^Vlicri catarrhal  diseases inako their appcaranco they aro  notdisconcerted, but know exactly what  remedy to ur.c. Thoso wine r.iid prudent  SiBters have .fouiiiJ-Pcruna a never-failing safeguard. They, realize tl.:>t v.-licn  a disea.-o is of u catarrhal n&t:iret Peruna  is* tho remedy. rD;,T-��psla'iiniI femalo  weakness are.- considered by many to bo  ontlrciy differen t diseases. Thatdyspci>-"  sla Is catarrh of tho stomach and fenialo  weakness isdno, to catarrh of the pelvic  organs the Sisters ar,e fully aware, consequently peruna is their remedy in both  these very common and annoying diseases., . ��� ..v-.-.  If yon do not derive, prompt and satisfactory, results from'the use of Peruna,  write at once to' Dr. Hurt-nan, ���.rivins a  full statement of your c^u-, tr..-l ho wi'.l  bo pleased to give you \i- \ ai .;' 'o advice gr iti-,      *  Address   Dr. Hartr- an,   T>cs.       * nt  Tho Hartman  Sanitar.nni. ("v.iim I u  Ohio  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  FROM SOUTH AERICA  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto;  Globe (daily) both for One  year ...,-:-.-.  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New r Way   of   Using  Chimberlairt'i   Cough  Remedy  Sir Arthur Chapman writing from  Durban, Natal, South Africa sa)s "As>  a jiroof that Chamherlams Cough  Remech is a cui" suitable for old Snd  young, I pen you the following:. A  ijt'ighbbr ot'mine had a child just over  two months old. It had a very-had  cough and the parents did not know  what to give it. I suggested that if  they .would get a. bottle >��� of'.'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and.put some  upon the dummy teat Jthe baby .was  sucking it would no doubt cure the  child. This they did and brought  about a. quick relief and.'-.cured the  baby." This remedy is for sale by all  druggists. ���  ������   :   _.   '-';'   "���'"''  Latest Mining  Stock Quotations,  AinericailBoy:....'.;. ���' ". ,  Ben Hur ���...   Black Tail ;..*.... -.   Canadian Gold Fields   Cariboo, Cttmp^fcK (ex-diy.)....,  Center. Star   Denoro Mines .-..  l**airvieu- ���    l-'isher Muideu   ciant ...; :. ,  (iranbj* Consolidated $4 25  International Coal.-   Morning (tlory   Mountain Lion   NortU Star, (K.K.)...:.. ,  I'd vile   Quit p...: : .'.   Kainblcr-Cariboo   San Pbit..:.:'..',..;...'...'   Sullivan ....'...������   Tom Tlmni'i :......;  War Kaglc Consolidated.......  Waterloo (Ass Paid)   Wliite Hear   ASKED  BID  . ��� *\i  lL    2  '   2%  2  $  '      2  4��  3  ���    ���  2     '  31  20  3  2  ��� 3  2  2  I  $'  25  U 00  '5  3S  '��  1  10  9  ��� ��� ��� 5  iii  10  II  10  ,*��  ������ 20  2K  **<  11  9  1  1  12  10  Hi  1��  tM  i  Pneumonia is Filling th: llspllals.  livery day we hear of someone being  taken with pneumonia. The only  preventative is to get strong and keep  your body healthy. Take Ferrozone,  which makes the rich red kind of  blood that nourishes and stimulates  the entire system.'- "I was all run  down and an apt. subject for pneu-  monia,"writes A. 13. Charters of Burlington,"when I tried Ferrozone. I  didn't believe it was possible for Ferrozone to biiild' me up so quickly. In a  few days my appetite improved, color  came inlomy cheeksand I felt stronger.  I gained eight pounds' and regained  my old time vigor through using Ferrozone." Try Ferrozone, it assures health.  Price 50c.  Hospital Donations  Lift of 'Pollutions' received since Jan.  1st, '!)04', to tlie i'liotmix General Hospital': ���  Cash $100 '"lenient S. Houghton. Bostou  Cash $5 00 A Friend  Cash fc;co A Friend  Mdse. $'3 00. , A l'riend  Cash 5500 J.J. Strutiel  Ktaclure Bed ami Furniture,value J60...A Frleud  Cash $50 T. Katon &C0., Toronto  I.iiien Mrs. I Crawfon  Chinaware Missea Crawford  Ci  >��� J35 Canadian Rami Drill Co  Cash $So Hospital Staff  Landscape Oarden ~ Mrs. R. B. Kerr  'zi Crate Strawberries ;.;.,j. 11. I'e'ers  Syrup ...: A Vriend  Cash $5.00 M. Mullin  Cash Jj 00 A Vriend  1 d(i^. lied Spreads A *"rlcnd  I'.-iir ("rulclies '. ;.. George Chaplain  Ornulte Tea Hot Morrin, 'Thompson S Co.  MaKuziues  Vegetables   Cratt Strawberries   Cash J1.00 per luontli....  Crate strawberries.   Cash, S60.00   Cash.J5.00   Jar Strawberry Jam   2 Coses Crab Apples   Cash 15.00   Cash*��   iiedsidc Tables, $10   Invalid clidir.,.,  ...V  W. S. Macy   Mrs. J. K   Mills  ......Mrs W. S. Vucy  & N.Teleplione Co.   Mr. W.S. Macy   Bachelors Dance   Itobt Horrcll  ...Mrs. Wm.  Fraser   W. s. Macy   A Friend   p. Burns tr ro   Clark it Binns  Mrs. Hilda Smith  Wa.ll paper for sitting room ,���Urs. J, B.BOyle  ���am  ,Bo  "This is a tur-ible campaign," said  .Mr. Hehnessy.  "Nawthin', tur iole : about it," said  Mr. Dooley. '���iiJs, a political war. I  can't say more thin thar. All th' other  campaigns ye'veiver shone in has been  tame beside this wan. Sure an' th'  Liberals -have .'always sent out plenty of  literachure fr'm Ottawa whin tn' campaign w^is about to sthart, but this  year they've sent it out by th' ton an'  ca-arload, so that, th' faithful an' on-  faithful cud read th' speeches that no  wan listened to -when they was delivered."  "An'did th' Liberals pay th'postage  on all those ca-arlpads of pathriotism?'  said Mr. Hennessy.  "Naw, of coorse not," said Mr. Dooley.' "Mimbers of th' Commons is in-  titled to send almost what they like by-  mail an' just stharhp it, 'Compliments  of Bill Galliher,' or somewan else  that's iligible."  "But, Dooley," said Mr. Hennessy,  "how cud Duncan Ross send such  stuff through th' mails with his name  on it? Is he a mimber, .or is it be,  cawse^he's fr'm 'Bruce?"  "It's nayther," said Mr. Dooley.  "Misther Ross sthands in with'Senator  Templeman, of Sir Wilfrid's cabinet,  an'used to schrlbble for th' Victoria  Times, the Senator's pa-per. Duncan  is losin' no bets in'this election, fr he  knows that his chances of bein' elected afe slim, annyway. All th' same,  Duncan is war-rking ha-rd, Hinnissy,  an' is tellin'th' farmers in the' Okanogan couhthry, what a gr-eat counthry  this'is, an' how th' Liberals are responsible fr it all���frth' sunshine, an' th'  crops; th' metals in; th' hills, an' all  that. Oh, he's a great man, is Duncan, an' will make / a great mimber,  Hinnissy���if he - gets ilicted, which  is more than doubtful." ;"  "An' does Misthfer Ross say anything about the Gr-ahd Thriink Pacific, on his rambles, Mr. Dooley?"  "Does he?" said Mr. Dooley to Mr.  Hennessy. "Indade, that's his sthrong  ca-rd���the greatest wan of all to  catch th'votes. AnYhe plays it IV all  it's worth, an'a little more, maybe.  It's Gr-and Thrunk'YPacific fr'm th'  time he gets up with''th' birds in th'  mornin' till th' last faithful supphorters  lift him a few hours-before, afther tell-  in' him how nianny votes he'll be shy  in that particular town:���an' so allowed  th'man fr'm Bruce to go to bed in  pace."  "Teil me about this Gr-and Thrunk  Pacific, Dooley," said Mr. Hennessy.  "I see a lot of it iri th' news^a-pers.  Is it a good thing," or. not?"  "Is it a good thing?" said Mr. Dooley. "Why shouldn't anither thrans-  continintal raleway be a good thing,  tell me. All th' people of Canady  have to do is to put ther ha-nds in ther  pockets, an' pay out a little matther of  $150,006,000 or somethin' loike that,  build th' new raleway an' make it a  prisint to Misther Cox, Misther Hays  an' a few ithers in th' Gr-and Thrunk  Pacific. Is it a good thing, do ye ask?  Av coorse it's a good thing���-Fr Cox,  Hays an' th' ither byes. They know  a good thing whin they say it, an' they  keep pushin' it along; with plenty of  money fr campaign- purposes. It's  'heads Oi win, tails ye lose,' with thim.  It's a shure thing Pr thim���if it goes  through."  "But, Dooley," said Mr. Hennessy,  "If th' people of Canady pay fr the  new raleway whether it costs a million  or a hundhred million, why shuddn't  they own it an' run it?"  "Sure, an' go along with ye," said  Mr. Dooley. "Don't ye beaskin'fool  ish questions. Ifth'*people a-re dy-  in' to make a prisint to Misther Cox,  an' Misther Hays an' th' ithers, why  shuddn't they? Aren't they free bo-rn  British citizens? Haven't they th' right  to give th' counthry away if they wish?"  '���Wan more thing, Mr. Dooley. Can  ye tell me why th' daily pa-pers in this  section are ail in favor of th' Liberals,  as they're called."  "Be Hivins, Oi can, Hinnissy. Th'  answer's aisy. Th' Rossland Moiner is  Liberal becawse th' editor cuddn't get  th' Consarvative nomi-nation wan year  ago. An' th' Nelson Daily News is  tharred with th' same stick becawse th'  editor was bor-n that way, an' besoides  he was on th' Rile Chinase Commission a few years ago, an' so he's not  behind on th' game for thinkin' an'  writin' as he does. An', Hinnissy, Oi  loike that chap, anyway, fr ye always  know where to find him���on th' Grit  side of th' fence.  Notice of Tax Sale.  I hereby give notice that on the 7th'day of NoTember, 1904, at the hour of Ten o'clock in tlie forenoon at the  Court House, Fairview, I shall offer for sale by public auction, the Mineral Claims of the nertions in the list hereinafter set out, of which Crown grants have been issued, for all unpaid taxes and for the expenses of advertising  nnd other charges. If the total amount due ia not sooner paid. :".''''������  List Above Mentioned.  Owner's Name.  iTairview Con.  Pairview" Con.  JPairvicv Con.  Pairview Con.  Fairview Coa.  Fair view Con.  Fairview- Con.  Fairview Con.  Fairview Con.  Arundell, C. H :.........   c'alrview  Gold Mining Coin-iany.......  iTalrvlew  Gold  Mi.iin;; Cjmj-any.......  fairview  Gold Mining Comiiany   Fairview  Gold Mining Compa.iy....:..  i<"alrvlew  Gold  Mining Company.......  Dominion Consolidated Mlne^i>Compah>  Dominion Consolidated Mines Compan.t  Dominion Consolidated Mlaej .Companj  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Coaipany..  Gold Mining Company..  Gold Mining Companyi.  Gold Mining Co.ii-'any;.  Gold Mining Company..  Gold Mining Company..  Gold' Mining Company..  Fairview Coni Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company.:  Gold -Mining Company..  Gold Mining Company..  Gold Mining Company.:  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Corapany..'  Fairview Con. Gold Mining-Company..'  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..;  Fairview ��� Con. Gold Mining Company. .'  Fairviow,Con. Gold Mining Corr-pany..'  Fairview ,Con. Go'd Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company.'.  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  H. T. Shelton and others.........   H. T. Slielton and others.................  H. T. Shelton and others........   P. C. McArthur and A /Woodcraft....  P. C. McArthur and Jas. Black..   P. C. McArthur and D. Black.'../......  J. Fraser Campbell................  .....  J.: Fraser Campbell..............   William Small.;    .......   ..........  A.: Mejrraw and others.    Adams B. C. Company   Adams B. C. Company....   National Development Company, Ltd..  National Development .Company, I/.d..;  National Development Company, Ltd..'  M. McMillan and others..   Julius Brethour   Oro Flno Mines Co..........   Lemon Gold M. & M'. Co ..........  AVm.  Edwards  (estate)    ..  J. C. Fisher. ;..  ..........      W. L; Nicholl and others..........   Beaumont Leather.....   .  Beaumont Leather...   .  Smuggler Gold M. Co....'.......... .  B. Hammond and others.     G. R. Naden and E. B. Webster.'��� ���'...  G. A. Guess..;.....  ...........  ......  C- Nelson and E. Cook..-.........;....  John Irving..   Jno. Douglass and others...:.... .....  Jno. Douglass and others........    A. E. Ashcroft..........   A. E. Ashcroft..........    :.....  A. E. Ashcroft....    ..............  A. E. Ashcroft...     .......;.  A. E. Ashcroft....   A. E. Ashcroft..   A. E.. Ashcroft..    F. J. Finucane and others   Name and Description of Claim   Y ILot  No*  J. E. Earr      E. Boing and S. Mangott......     J. T. Bell and others     D. James and others   Oro Fino Mines Co. ;   V. & Boundary Creek Mining Co '.  C   deBloIs Green   A. M. Winston .'.    . '........  B. H. John and H. Cathcart   C. DeB. Green and others   F. H. Wollaston   J. T. Bell and others..  ....  P. B. Stanhope and J. P. McLeod   J. T. Bell and J. P. Anderson   J. T.  Bell and G. A. Rendell   A. E. Ashcroft and N. E. Peterson......  N. E. Peterson and P. A. Lindburg...  A. Megraw    .  C. Newman and J. Peterson   W. H. Craig and W. W. Craig   Le Frenz Tait and Rallton   jlieawuer   AllOM....   uuimoiu   Fraction...  v��up ��� n ' Frac tion   Ju.iay.................  Joe Llandy..   '..  a.U A.... ���.......  f*uirview   dominion.    .  oulltornia........   ...  dig Horn   w^iit&i.oca  ..  Jubilee Fraction.....  diamond Fraction...  iiiunore    ..  uixcliange Fraction..  Fanny Morris..,.  Fortune    ..  aighland Chief   .Mammoth............  W ightingale..........  ocean VVave........  Onllia........   .......  iiiack Prince.   quartz Queen........  Kandoiph    ....  iteliunce..'...    ...  lia Horn.........  ....  White Swan..........  Shamrock.....   ���iiootblack............  itiaytlower   Occidental*....   Altred   .. ..  Black..... ...   ....  Green Mountain......  Banner...    Urainite..........   ....  Balmoral............  Big  Bug :........  Chickamin   Divide.....:..   .......  Excelsior...'.......,...  Homestake.   Golden Crown........  Homestake ...... .  Islander   Independence..   Lemon   North SUr............  Nickerson........   ...  Rocky Point........   .  'Robin Hood    .  Assayer.......   ......  Smuggler   Silver Crown   Something Good   Susie... .'   St. John   Vancouver   No. �����....   No. 3........   Temeraire Fraction..  Lost Horso...   Joe   Dandy..   Old Kentucky   Emma Fraction.   Texas Fraction   Riley....   Rambler Fraction....  Mexico..   Gold Hill ". ,  Bell :..   Powis       Oro Flno '..  .....  Okanagan   Achme   Rosie   Victoria   Webfoot*       White Knight..   ���\ Renver  '   Cornwall    .  Highlander Fraction.  Highland Lass..   Hackla.... ;-.   Nickel   Plate.   .Rock Creek....;   'Silver Dollar...........  Richelieu..   Bullion   '.,  Amount of  Costs  Taxes Due.  Total  1075  664  837  83S  665  477  1596  1537  1595  647  726  720  941  943  739  936  544  940  742  545  855  850  935  937  549  7rfl  938  726  850  770  1593  1C��9  1E94  1603  1602  1C01  11.86  1ES5  1966  923  799  800  1906  1S04  1J05  649  1090  1449  50  1587  1S03  802  989  991  582  442  1451  1917  803  343  2440  2441  2118  2119  2120  2121  2122  2124  2123  2297  2S67  1916  2343  946  1448  557  11074  J19-43  2523  1446  -1G81  2342  2571  2344  2341v  2P47  2S43;  2527  2S42  942  734  f 9.75  77.25  17.25  14.43  91.00  31.50  48.00  65.00  52.00  82.25  91.00  91.00  17.50  1.75  78.75  65.25  91.00  51.25  91.00  64.50  6J.00  64.75  77.25  80.50  57.75  87.50  84.00  82.25  59.50  56.00  12.75  4.50  11.00  10.00  11.00  8.25  36.25  65.00  62.50  9.00  39.00  39.00  39.00  30.75  33.75  35.00  12.75  63.75  13.00  58.75  62.00  54.50  13.C0  9.25  117.00  5.25  13.50  13.00  26.00  56.00  17.00  10.50  10.50  19.00  26.00  26.00  11.50  5.00  19.50  13.00  7.00:  26.00  13.00  13.00  63.75  52.50  9.75  8.75  13.09  26.00  25.00  9.75  12.00  5.25  7.00  12.25  7.75  10.50  10.25  13.00  30.25  $2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.09  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  .2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2 00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ��.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  iM  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.60  2 00  2.60  2.00  2.09  \a*?��     /^k.9  FAIRVIEW, B. C. 6th October, 1904.  Conn Grow Between the Toes  But can be cured without pain in one  day by Putman's Corn and Wart Extractor. This standard remedy never  burns the flesh,���it is entirely vegetable in composition and does not destroy the flesh. Use only Putman's it's  the best. . ���  IfYou're  - IN   THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  When bilious try a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets  and realize for once how quickly a  first-class up-to-date medicine will correct the disorder. For sale by all  druggists.  You should read the  Phoenix  Pioneer*  The new edition oi tlie COPPKU HANDBOOK lists iin.l  per mines and copper mining companies, in all ptirta of tlns  Krobe, these ileBeriptiona ranging from two lines to 12 pages,,,  importance of the mines.   The descriptions are not paddei  Interested 1 most condensed and get-at-able form.  There are a!gff;ii(teeti miscellaneous chapters, devott  Teiiniiiologv,. Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Minern] price  and Statistics of Copper, rendering the volume a verita^d tlie  ject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.^refcB in  v   It is the World's SUndird Reference B*eekoi re  Every Miner, Procpeotor, Investor, Banker, and  is $5 in Buckram binding with gilt top,.or $7.50 in t  book, in either binding, will be sent, fully prepaid  the world, to be paid for if found satisfactory, or r  ceipt and the charge cancelled.    Address the Av  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office  Continent  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest|The Most    DeliglltfU*1  News of Boundary's  Mines  and Smelters.  ,n��g9.**e'*aviUe'  ���Denver-  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months..  Through Salt Lake C:  Col.  ;'$  a Tenneasee  pueblo,  Tase,  address:  Pionee? Ptffeiisfifcr^Cbv  PHOENIX, B.. Ci.  Passing Castle* g*  '���""T'^nd to None  1 Post Troi^r^rrER cmh'  BE V  OUN��-  SEEK NO Badedl'W A Slreet, POK  W. C.McBBr  $1L<5  7J.25  U.'U  16.40  93.00  38.50  C0.00  67.00  64.00  84.25  93.00  93.00  19.50  3.75  80.76  67.25  93.00  56.25  93.00  66.50  .65.00  66.75  79.25  82.50  59.75  89.50  86.00  84.00  61.50  58.00  14.75  6.50  13.00  12.00  13.00  10.25  38.25  67.00  64.50  1X00  41.00  41.00  41.00  32.75  35.75  37.00  14.75  66.75  15.00  60.73  54/J0  56 50  li.00  11.25  119.00  7.25  15.50  16-0Q  28.00'  58.00  19.00  12.50  12.50  21.00  28.0U  23.00  13.50  7.00  21.50  15.00  9.00  28.00  15.00  15.00  68.75  54.50  11.75  10.75  15.00  28.00  27.00  11.75  14.00  7.25  9.00  14.23  9.7'  12.; .  1?      -���:  1  R. Lambly,  Assessor Kettle River Assessment Dt  f-l-a  i\i  \  <5  .*  J'  Y   ���  ,:&  i :  i i  i!  I 5  l\  L   ,<  t  .  !  I  M  m  ������-���   ������8.1  PI  ���M  ���- m  P  1^  1 *>0."[  ��m-ini|��'!>i-��te-'��i.Vii.1*  liSigiiiHSiiasii^  ^F^P^^s^SS^S-^^^ tHBWdCTX  *  |.isi}I  m>  Aey  stjbseriher  to   -he   .JTtbesrrj  Ffcc^caagKt'tfee. Monacal Faas% f  HeraM sad Weekly Scar free: foe ������ rest ?  || of", rryc-4 &?' siasfity paysng. tip his- s��o- j  ' f sonpribri or '{jayasg fee. a ���. year- ia' ad-1  * vance-. -This ss an ones: weeds stkeag *  2id*<aati��e of���geixEsz rite fcesi paper |  ���W|iB rise; Boundary and tint hear weekly ^  * j in the east ar 2; Law agisr-c:'   A $���?  ��*S,  t{ wiS ����& the track, asd 'Js can . come by;  eS&sr   ra-aX   tefegraca,' or'. Marconi-1  "Bansc  Scenic Route  *���      Lowisr-Rates. ' .Best Ttxs. ��� :  -  EAST  -  Torwj&v. ��� Montreal./    Ne-n* Votfe,  '���',:''''ifawiHie-fWi'irBcesv aad ���  .. Xew, England..  .  A     -WEST  -  _���'._���. 'r  ' VaaoMrwsi'''. ���.Ykroria," , SeanJe  r u.^ **��?"*'C6orc& '*���< Et^tad; Rer. f'       ���     ������    CzBozwa. Pome*"  fW.,J.-.rtocdr   Maaomry.   M��^x'tisq^ Ka^ Sarir^  &**  i Church Services  li  11        Tomorrow.  Dr. MaiHsoc, dentist.  David Oxkr has te-aed the Marsh  Uocfc.  For Fatermtkml Cca! stock lee J,  L, Hxrtin.  Today is Gey Fa wires day, or tie J  '    Dr.  Subs-jobs,   dentHS, MeMUsn  Mode, Kov.13 to 16.  Tbe water ssppfy qaesrion is becoming more scute each weck  Mar-ager Pen-ffccrtorj, of" the  Montreal & Bosztjo, vzs in camp yesterday.  today is 007 irawices cay, or mej    R��,r������^,���..  r    -   ���    ,  ptoc  fri-tf  Monday and Ttsesdat  Dr.Marluo^da)0^iriDbe-atfau|    For ferge rcc-nu and mod dlvi-  oflfce,   Eanir  block, from-Sot  ^dendf ^taanadbeal Q��f steefcrf  to 14th-  Eraest SpraggetE, go-iernoienJ road  faraiuan, was, up from Grand Forks  tht*. week.  ITje Phoenac Conservative Associa-  tioa has selected beadqaarters m the  Esr-fcbScxk.  J. L. Maam, Phoenix. B. C  Each one is a foot foog.   What is?  Prayer. 11 a. a:--; Evenirsr Prayer, 7:3a  P-ib.; Evc-ycaeeocirEaily nrvircd K> at-,-  tend any and all Services.  Sc Andrewr Presbyterian Cfcurch,'  Sex-rice KiCkjitow a 11 a. a. and;  -*'3�� p. rs. Sunday school acd ilibfe.'  da�� at 2.-30 ft ra. Rev. E. C. VV. 1  MacCoil, &. A��� pastor. * A cctdhl-  seeJcoote to a 3. f  SIctiwdiK���Services at 11 a.ta. and'  7.3s f- ro. at Eiie new chinch, {Jf*e-  pas*/-jf pceacmrrg ax bah scr-rices. Sta:-1  ��iay School at 2.35 p.m. A hearty in [  ntarion ii eiuzsdec to all. J>. M.|  Perky, B. A, pajtor-  era, Tooruw Coacfccs. [XriERgCars.  Tourist Sleepers  f Leavfc Reveiitoire DaJiy  WEST -J ��oir   5eai:5c   and  Van-  '%_ cooler.  f I^ave  Fh-juaort.- Jet- foe  "     St, Pat*!, duly. "  EAST { Toronto. Wed. and Sea.  f McsKreal, Monday.  [ Bo-jton, Friday.  C Assay  ';i$d  -   KegmaJd  Mclntosb      c.  _  Kamas Ctty en a visit  to bs fzxbex  and mother .  Beggar Prince Opera Co. on Monday and Tuesday evemngs at Misers'  XJmoo. faf.Tr.  Last week Graad Forks had tlie  first sitting of tbe Snprenje Cosrt^ e**er  odd m tiut city,  Mrs. J. N. GatioQ retomed Jast Saturday after spending a month in Spo-1  kane and MufJan, Idahn.  ��d. Black, the jeweler, will have a j  choice Hne of silverware, suitable fort  holiday presents this year.  Smith Cerrtis held a pofitical meeting Wednesday evenrog at Ehoft, in  the interest of Dtmcan Ross.  Begirmtng this -reek winter hoars  for the public scbo&i vere adopted,  naruery, from 9.30 a. m. to 3 p. m.  This week the 50-foot bridge on the  j'Ji^ wagon road at the Atherrtar* mine was  i;^PtS*ffl, rnakiiiga losrg needed iofprove-  nbeot.  T-K-,     - L,  hWMa yon are thn-kiug of Chrmrnas  HS^^y^e��rjembeT that Ed. Black, the  Hjgtttmg in a fine line of sil-  vagrg; "  Get ilortimer to in-  ^ Fire, Accident or Sick-  CEngtlsh and Canadian  Dot  sure-a.  ness fi.w  1  "^^ngcrf  lozry  lt the Gn*nby  ��� opened &e  Summit hots!  nk  played   by   the  e'en this year was  atfiolic church beH  years stew-  :1, has resigned  olitan Cafe in  taken  in  Dooley has  abject in this  leader  it at the  irlfi  Jfc''  mm'  ��I  t||?iY-';������;.  1��,'^  mSw- ������������ ,��������������� ���������  W��Mnim����mai  ' ��Iore interest js  -. political martws.  nething to say 03s  ,ue of the Piooasr.  J. A. McDonald, tae.  f this province, was  'onservative meeting sa  ast Tuesday eveaing.  Grand Forks has a  tending the public schooL  seem as though Phoenix  make a similar boast.  The C. P. R. has just hod .  watchmen who have been sean*:.  no fire damage was done to Boari  bridges during the summer.  Greenwood's city fathers are ,..  ready for a sale of property for  paid taxes, and Phoenix may do  same thing one of these days.  Friday, December 23rd, is tbe date  already selected hy the Presbyterian  church for the annual Christmas tree  and Sunday School entertainment.  Senator Hampden announces that  he is going to Cahlornia to accept a  $3.oo�� job, presumably to promote a  summer carnival.���-Grand Forks Sun.  An accident happened to the Great  Northern train Sunday night a few  miles below Laurier, and passengers  did not get into Grand Forks for seven  hours.  Nearly everyone of consequence in  the Boundary reads the Pioneer,  which is the reason it is such an excellent advertising medium. Is your  name on the list?  Dcn't fool with your duty to your  family, but see to it at once that your  next policy will be with the Mutual  Life of Canada, where you get 100c.  on the dollar of the profits. Ed. Mortimer, agent.  The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian  church have decided to hold the annual bazaar on Wednesday, November  33, and extensive preparations are being made for the event, which promises  to be even more of a success than it J  has been in former years.  Wbr those paooransse vienrs ofPhoenir  by G.  B. K.  Kinney up at Black's  I Jeweiry ����re-  It isseid that tht   Great Xcerfjero  Stfaro tfcftvet now at work getting 'oat  ballast foe the Granby sasefter spur, is  gone io Jj tfje fagzsz ever brought to ths sectioo-  Mr��. Jnlia <>'Crjra>or, ot Grand  I Foria, drank some arosioma liniment  {test week by mistake, bet the doctors  'Succeeded in pomping her oot and  saving her life.  W. A. Harfcin, said to be a dyed-in-  the-wool CMiservauve, "reH knowp in  the Boundary, has been special pres  correspondfisit ia the east, travelling  with the Sifton party.  The "Piaster of Pans" comedy company will not appear here next week,,  as anrjotrnced, foe the reason that the]  Star actor is hid op in a hospital in]  Alberta tfith a broken kg.  Thanksgiving day ia Canada this  year comes on ITmrsday, November  rjtfa. Tbe night before a grand masquerade baU wit! be given by ProC  Gagnors at Miners' Union hail.  Norman H. Slack, formerly of Phoi-  nix, but fatjerfy of Grand Forks, has  gone to -Sherbi-ooke, Quebec, where  be has taken a position in the head  office of the Eastern Townships Bank.  Good pointers are essential in any  business. I woald be pleased to give  you some good pointers on the good  qt-alities of the Murual Life of Canada.  Ed. K. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  Robert Francis, junior partner of  tbe firm of Stone & Francis, of Grand  Forks, is said to be missing, perhaps  in Los Angeles or some other an%e\ic  place, with about $1,200 of tbe firm's  money.  By the way local people are laying  in stocks of cordwood they propose to  have a hot time this winter, or to prepare ; for the extreme cold weather  that the weather sharks advise, us is  now en > route.  When those twelve-foot holes are  set off by the Great Northern graders  just behind the Pioneer building, tbe  mechanical and editorial-force of this  paper lose no time in . making, them-  J selves scarce for. the time (jeing.  Safety first, profit next, tjjese factors  ., -     ^ - *  Liberal Rally  Miners'   Union   Hall  Phoenix  Friday, Nov. ffth  AtSanric &tams*up Tickets via ail  line, from Montreal. Boston, New  York a: fasrest rates.  J. G.ClAXX, E.J.COTLE,  Agent, A.O.P.Agt,  Phocj.tr, B. C.   VanoAiver. B.C  J. S. Cam ex, D. P. A.  Neb/in. BYC.  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  j THE FINEST "FRUITS tha- grow^"^   $*Wty   Ct.,   Lft  ���and THE   FINEST  CIGARS and] VANCOUVER, B. C  ^TOBACCOS ever smoi'ed at the new| Dirtct fmferfrrs of Asusyers' SupiUts  l��i..I_  !_���....   :_.���!>   A    r       f, ���>..  f store of.  I  SFE.4Jr.ESS.  Senator Templeman,  Smith Curtis and  Duncan Ross  lMitt,Stnjt4 mt Stair*.  Strawberry   roan rrwc,   aboui   16  high,  veisht --tbout   1400 lbs.  reward ii d-diverol zt BarmeiTrian's  iivcrj* Stabte, Greenwood.  J, B. Macauiav.  i  J hand  iii  'TTASTED.���If ZS AXX> VTOME3- WITH  Liberal   Candidate   foT,*<x*&te*3^**a^t�� <&&&***a&zi*i  i ad wrirrf cc shc*r-ezrd -wzicm a?om*�� ecr  (iBitracCissbr&uS-  PrSuutlcmr;testtasr^ao  * becks to bey,   Seod foregrrrfar. ��-rrmg -mbtn.  toc saw erf* ate* aad ��tfcfc poo&ica joa was*. {  Scrascso.i'x.:  Yale-Cariboo.  Opposition speakers invited.  Special attention w called*o our  new irhe of Stationery, i��dt*ding  eTerythiag needful tor coeres-  pocdence or iccountcng in" the  ofisce or in the home.  You ��iH find h well .worth  while to exaarine oer extensive  stock in Che several Hoes.  Alex McRae,  J SotioncrT, Xe-sspapere, !>fag*anh��is,"ietcT,  f  I Hardy Block.  - OeninionAvc.  NbIc itr��l��m Si C. foriiie .tU-te,.,,,  Rati��^�� Croahfe,. JSewrifiert. M-iffl^.  etr. Srihnat ��*mjU loir tb�� f. W. Bonn'  r./.hp^hi*. CaxrFann^Bc.-c*,,  j Borut  *ik*. an.* ��2| H#����7 C&r��kTt,'  Saamttf- SiHtr frtsUUsm* Uttwjt.  C**nup{��*#- A*f��r OoiEta..; frtrafebtol   ,��  ��boet Butter. ���c*tfc*��*rtiiio--c,rict^i  4  ��� i   1  t  If  :*.  G. W. RumBcrgcr j  Real Estate  KNOB HILL AVE,  Watches,  PHOEXLX U  Ij  it  r*  fletroipolitan Cafe Meals at ah           Hours.  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  (UXDEE StrMMlT  HOTEL.)  Chicken Dinner, Sunday, 5 to 5 p. m.  1 liner's UnioB Hall, Phoenix   (J^q JP Oev  Jewelry,  Repairing,  We can ** Watch" too at almost any  prire, {root ihe good, evr-rydar timepiecv  :o the expensive adjusted' chronometer.  Oar Jermelry aud Cat G2&M ��torS-  vill be kraad put what rots ilceire to  make a ��eUctVja from.  In repairirrg- we sre prcpand to take  care of anjtliitiK in this line.  \ : and Mines j  Honses to Rent, City Property for Sale. '  I Shares m all the leading mines bongist aad f  I sold. Information about Phoenix and the }  l Boondary coantrj- gi*,*en on application.        J  Dominion Are  Telephone Xo. 28.  ^     Phoenix, B. C.  -���-���  Black's Hotel<  Beggaf Prince  Opera Company.  2   NIGHTS   2  Monday, Nov,  "Fra Diavolo"  for thirty-fotir years have placed the  Mutual Life of Canada, as the true  policy-holder's Company to insure in,  where your savings are safe and profitable. Get Mortimer to give you  fij-urp.      .^ p  Robert Hv Karatofsky returned from  Spokane Thursday evening, >having arranged with the BrunsK'ick*Balke-CoI-  lender Co, for the installation of a  first-class bowling alley, as soon as he  gets settled in his new quarters. He  ���expects to begin movinfi next week.  Archdeacon Beer was-here this week  attend a meeting of the vestry of  - St. John's mission of the   Church  "ngland.    As the missionary board  ,iven notice of  cutting   off the  $35 per month, it was decided  the church after January ist.  & Fisher have been award-  intract for the construction of  in road, a mile   and a half,  mnect theBetts and Hesper~|  -yith   the" Phoenix-Grand  road near Fourth of July  road is befng*btii!i"!1n or-  the machinery soon to  Tuesday,-Nov. 8  "La Mascotte" or  "Beggar Prince"  This junction ba* tb-s peneaal ecarant^eof  Tup  M*OfWV> TiMUrP     I tn*Tjltx*\ttmugerisi Ibtr British Q>-  Price of Admission,   -   $1.00  'Hckets on sale at Thos. Brown's.  The lewder.  Knob Hill Ave.  ...DojtixiON* Avvsue, PHOENIX, K. C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  ��� First-Class Dining Room in connection  Kir Well Stocked with Choicest Goods     '  Most Conveniently located  Telephone No. 36. ^  j Phoenix Livery Stable  Mat&eson & Matheson, Prop*.  Eveiythiflg New  Tils ^liortlucd U Jotallr .llfflereoJ to chert.  It tales ��et�� to learn in Itunead of inootta.ir  li is reiiaZile, tJi&ioaaJi, ��od m��r be reiki Use  print. Tbe S-n ihree K��son�� eosbtei j-on !o  isle pe'rare no-oucd tlte ntntb Umon brfuja  701110ctjrTespcad-neWyte.the Jth, Mte final  Ce��ma to nportio*. a: ap��eise�� say be a��ea  al tlie ft> *dIi f^oseef oo at j>l*ea ��oa to the  mall are qnile eaax- f"-  I-rpcwTttise tacgbt by sail. Wc forward yoa  tcMOn s*K��t�� to \rxzh j-aa the corfct fisceriaf���  atl tht Sogers tan^lit on tbe bfnxl toocb system  Write laying (lie m��*hfne yon baTvr.or vecsut  ��ap9lyyoo vitb a new or second baad ��m^. any  taalie from ^6> to JtoO.   Wc do cue hire oct ma-  Tena*���For atuxtbaad I40. to cotao'ct'os. poy-  abte by isatalinentt    Typevritn; pi. to cota-  conrer. Gnunil>M^ Pox St!. VfiibtU, crrcr  lapeTiaJ Bank, Vsctocia, P.O. Box 174. ��'tie-  braBChea throjrjbont Canada will shortly be  opened.  GREENWOOD  LIQUOR  COMPANY..  Bocndakv Agents for  -PabsfsCelekatedfieer-  Fortify yourselves for the -raj-m  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  Wholesale    WINES,   LIQUORS  and CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  CARRIAGES    AND   OTHER  HORSES AND SADDLES.  RIGS  Ed. Black,  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH;  PROP.  Wlteka-aktf  ���id Jevcier,  riE*r btbestt���sexr k.--'ob hii-l hotki-  I Ine Time {.feces mod Floe Pepaitioe  Fall itoek ofTobeecoi a.:��l don  Thomas Drug Co.  boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones. ,A full line of  musical goods always in stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  GREKSWOOD. B.C.  GRANBY  EXCfliNGE  1 B��ys Anything.   ���  Sells Everything.  Entire Outfit New- and Up-to-date.    A share of the public -  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  THE  WM. HUNTER CO.;Lt  Dominion Ave, Phoenix, B. C  ed  the  long,  us  m  Forks  creeL  der to]  delivered to any part of  the cily.    " *'  Hay> Gt&im9  Oats, AV'heat, Feed, etc.  I^irge stock'.  <&       Good Dhy Wood.       <&  PALACE LIVERY STABLE  arrive for  VV.S.  week from  North Fork  below McKinl  quite a number  in that camp,  suits are being  velopment work  Banner and other  mines.  returned   early this  ranch   on  the? upper  tie river,   11 'miles  mp.   He says .that  men- are employed  that   excellent reined from  the de-  the   McKinley,  known claims  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Ptops.  Knob Hill Ave., .    ^SSSS"       Phoenix, B. C  Ladles* Taifef-ma^e Skirts  fords, Blue and Black Cioth-  modes in cut and cloth.  _ in Tweed mixtares,  Ox-  i choice line of the prevailing  !���-��-*"���--*"> 1*- JJ-O-^s-^-��-��-^-  DRiNK  Dissolution o!��f<BersW��.  Notice is hereby fc.  neraliip  heretofore ~.  style and title of Oxley ���  prietors of the Sumtnit  nix, B. C, has been die  due the firm of Oxley, &  collected by David O.-cley, ^  all iireountu against said il  Bated at Phoenix, B.C.  of October, 1904,.   .  Signed;  Davi  that the part-  iirg tjnder the  ling, profit Piioe-  AII hills  ngwill l>s  will settle  88 27 th day  ?1LKV.  Made from the BEST MALT and PUREST  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having it.  PHOENIX BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  "  Stan-mud Ave. and Banner Si'. :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  While Our Stock is  Complete  in Eveiy Line.  ladies' Sift WaMtt Japanese Silk Blouses in shades of  White, Pink, Sky and Black. Grenadines and Lustres in a  variety of shades, neatly trimmed. A handsome line of  Black Sateens.  Womm'sNeefcweag Elegant variety of collars, new designs. Women's and Children's Knit Underwear and all  wool cashmere Hose, Shoes, Rubbers and Felt Slippers.  MEjrS^VERCQATS AND SUI rS.  JjgAVYJHiRTS AND UNDERWEAR.  MACKINAW CLOTH ING,  HATS AND CAPS.  Men's Up-to-date Shoes ia all the latest makes and shapes���  "J heavy and dress shces-��pur prices right.  09  E35SEE  -rr*1^?!^  ^"Mwr*,,  TOP  rft -jft w  m  ,*t,iii*  v*J.  it        .Ri  -��-',*���-  I,  ��!*������  j ji.  "Sf-  SrfSH/rfflr'  f��  ���wsware  'ion *.>*��� Sf  "SSIS* ly.S? 'sfv^i  v 'i!ftt5n"Srti,�� f, 1  *SNf*S3&  '^lf^^  SM?  *;^V3^  3,--r��i5  '���ivv.SfJV  !��  f-Lvi.*-i��*  *��r?ssSgriM  .L..  srfsHaf  i %-.*H.Sv  R


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