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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 1, 1904

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 Boundary Mines Produced $10,000,000 in  value within four years  ' "**    0CT4 1004  RIA>J^^hoenix is tkc Ccntti   /  and   Leading Mining \  Camp of Boundary* j,  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted'to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  You V.  , PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, OCTOHEK i. 1904.  No. 47  Ladies' and  Children's  '     12 different styles  .;    in Military cut.  |1|��LIDRESS GOODS  .���?;..5WiSfc^^?rWaists't.-  ^Ties;  Ritbons,  Tarns,  Head Shawls  Trimmings, Corsets, etc.  A Full Line of Girdle Corsets  Giveus a''call and inspect these Gouds and you  will find them to be the latest and newest designs  that can be procured. ,  DEUGHTED WITH [  THE BOUNDARY  Party of Sixteen Come Direct ? From New  York.  IN  INTERESTED IN  MONTREAL  &  BOSTON CONSOLIDATED PROPERTIES.  )&m&*QWW%QQW&QWQ��&��f��  re  ���    'I lie biggest stock ol" Wood  Heaters   in   the -Boundary���all  prices.     We put all    stoves  sold  charge.  and Goal  styles and  up   free ol"  Rifles...  For   the   Game   Season.  Guns to rent by day or week. '  Sewing flachines  See our Cabinet Sewing. .Machines,  'guaranteed'in every particular. I'rice $50.00,  easy monthly payments.  Grocery Department  We are the Peoples' Grocers.  Everything that comes  from   this  department is the best obtainable.  Fresh Fruits every day how.  We have arranged for regular ship-   .  ments of  Fresh Ranch Eggs 50c a doz.  Last Wednesday night the party ��� of  16 Montreal & i Boston officials and  friends,, who travelled/in a special Pullman car from New York city, ariivod  in the Boundary, for the purpose of inspecting the mines and ..smelter of the  company, which are now in full working order; The members of the party  are the guests of Munroe & Munroe,  the promoters of the Montreal & Boston Consolidated, and A. A;, Munroe  is showing them over the Boundary  this week. The.personnel of the distinguished party is as follows: ���,'.'  -, Ex,;Senator Warner Miller, of: Herkimer, N. Y.; John F. Plummer, New  York, capitalist, and a director of the  'com panyf G." Ar Fish^f" George ~-Kis-i  sa'm & Co., New York, and a director  of the company; Chas. McDonald,  civil engineer, of New York; Quincy  Ward Boese, attorney for the company,  New York; L. \i. . Whieher,. of Ives &  Whieher, bankers, New York; Dr. A,  E. Magoris, Binghampton, NeW-York;  Dr.'Fl. Gibney. New York; W. W,  Russell, of New York; j. H. Cody, of  Hayden, Stone & Co., bankers; -Boston; W. F. Bartholomew, Boston News  Bureau, Boston; Geo. E. Armstrong,  of Munroe & Munroe, New York; W.  E. Mitchell, mining engineer, New  York; G. A. Shaw, of Kreeeh, Lowe  & Co., bankers, New York; "'Thos., A.  Graham, editor Daily Courant, Hartford Conn.; Ed. Lyndon, electrical  engineer, New York.  A remarkably quick trip was made  from New York, it taking just five'days  including a night's stop in Spokane.  It is the intention of the party to take  their departure early next week, and  take in the St. Louis exposition on the  retnrn trip.  Thursday was spent man inspection  of the company's smelter at Boundary  Falls, which had been blown in the  day previous, and the Greenwood  smelter was also visited. Thursday  evening a banquet was tendered, the  visitors in Greenwood, and   yesterday  ��SW^dSSM^  look over the Brooklyn and Stemwmd  er mines of the company and also to  see the Granby mines. Today it is  their intention -o visit the Rawhide  and Atheistan mines of the company,  and Monday the extensive smelting  and converting works of the Granby  Co., at Grand Forks, will be inspected  also.  Conccrsus of Opinion.  In talking with the members of, the  party, the Pioneer was impressed with  the idea that the gentlemen were  greatly pleased^ with what they had  seen thus far, and more than satisfied  that the company had a good thing in  the various groups of properties which  tlu-y an- r>o\l'''*'.*-rk>ng in the Boundary.  This is the more important from the  fact that there are several engineers in  the party, who are men of experience  along mining lines.  Only one of the party had ever been  in the Boundary previously, Wainer  Miller, who visited Grand Forks  several years ago en route to Republic.  All of them are men of importance in  their home cities, and it certainly appears that the repoit that they will give  on their return to the east will he most  favorable, both as to the si/e of the  ore bodies in the Boundary and the  possibilities of extracting profits therefrom.  ���   Thursda) Evening's Banquet.  John F. Plnmmer, the dean of the  party, presided at the banquet on  Thursday evening, at the Imperial  hotel at Gieenwood. Co\eis were  laid for about 35, and the leading  mining and smelting men of the district were pn'-ent, to say nothing of  five  members   of   the   fourth   estate.  The menu was as delectable as it  was exquisitely served, and the postprandial speeches brought forth many  practical and interesting facts about  the already demonstrated success of  low grade mining and smelling in the  i;Boundary. Tin's was particularly the  case with the talks by J. E. McAllister,  superintendent of the Greenwood  smelter, and   by , A. B.   \\'.   Hodue��,  the entire party arrived in  Phoenix, to  superintendent of the Granby Co.-  THE HORSESHOE  POWER CO., LTD.  Taking up Canyon City" Water  Power.  BY A  SYNDICATE   OF  LOCAL   MEN  Land Is Now Belnj Surveyed By A.E. Ashcroft  01 Greenwood��� Located up Ihe Main Kettle  River.  ments taken and stakes placed, the  syndicate figuring that they have 3,500  horse power available at low water. If  this proves to be the case, it is certainly a most valuable proposition. This  week Mr. Hower and A. K. Ashcroft,  the Greenwood engineer, have been up  there surveying 160 acres of land adjoining the power, which have been  also taken up. This is understood to  be the power that some Greenwood  men slaked some years ago, and allowed to lapse.  The Horseshoe Power Co., Ltd., is  being formed, with a capital of $250,-  000 in dollar shares, for the purpose  of starting the work of development on  the power.  A eompariy is being formed by  Phoenix men for the development of  the water power that is located nine  miles above Canyon City, on the Main  Kettle-river���about 30 miles overland  from Greenwood. The original syndicate is composed o! W. C. Hower,  James Sproat, J, L. Mariin, Dr. Gordon, and Hallet & Shaw, the latter of  Greenwood.  A number of trips have been made  to the location of the power, measure  "PHOENIX NEED NOT WORRY."  5o  Wires Manager Graves from New  to Spobanc.  York  by company has sold his Granby holdings. Neither President J. j Hill  nor the Great Northern owns any  shares of Granby, according to my  best information. (July ihe shareholders' meeting can determine whether  any changes will he made in the  affairs of ihe company, II any be  made, Phoenix need not worry.  |av P. ukaves.  Then the Spokane paper continued:  Tho above dispatch from Mr.  Graves,  general manager of   the   big Granby  company a*. Phoenix and Grand Forks,  B, C��� was received in answer to a telegraphic inquiry as to the  truth of re  ports about the Jllil   interests getting  the Miner stock.    His  closing   assurance that "Phoenix   need   not worry'  was in  answer to   a   question  as   to  whether a 1 eduction   in   wages or  the  installation of cheaper  labor was   im  mincrit if Mr. Hill look control.  DECLARES ITS  Providence Mine Pays Again  Today.  TRACKLAYING  HAS STARTED  Iron  on  Great   Northern  Phoenix.  to  REACH GRANBY SHELTER NEXT WEEK  Some 1,600 Men Now Employed oa The Coo-  structlon���Build High Deadmaa's Trestle  In Advance.  In response to a telegram from the  Spokane Spokesman-Review, that paper printed the following from that  gentleman this week:  New York, Sept. 25.���To the editor  of the Spokesman-Review: I am not  advised as to the truth of reports that  , President S, H. C. Miner of the Gran- sent l�� Spokane,  Tracklaving on the Great Northern  extension was started Thursday morning, by Porter Bros., w ho have the con-  tiact for bridges and steel laying on the  construction to Phoenix-. The stand-  dartf Roberts track laying machine is  used, a large gang of men being employed in connection with putting  down the iron and ties. By tonight,  the contractors expect to get -to the  North Fork bridge on the Granby  smelter spur. The bridge itself, with  three Howe truss spans, Ls framed,  and will be erected in short order, so  that by next week the rails should be  laid to the smelter itself.  After that is done, the work of laying the steel direct to Phoenix will be  started, and also for the extensive  yarda, etc., in Grand Forks. The  chief obstacle in the way'of tracldaying  on the grade to Phoenix will be the  high trestle o\er Headman's gulch, almost due north of this city. Here the  trestle will be about 165 feet high dnd  several hundred feet long. The usual  method is to haul the timbers to the  rail he id and build the bridges and  trestles as last as they are reached. In  this case, however, to facilitate matters  the engineers expect to have the timbre, for this trestle hauled by the C.P  R. to the crossing at Oro Denoro, and  thence with horses on the grade to the  site of the trestle, thus saving a good  deal of time to the tracklayers.  About 1600 men are now employed  un the line of construction, and Pat  Welch states that the track will be laid  into Phoenix before heavy snow flies,  and the engineers agree with him, the  entire work being in such an advanced  state.  IS NOW A REGULAR MONTHU AFFAllt  Boundary's High Oride Producer Coatlnac M  Distribute Profits bach Thirty Days, aid  the Mine Looks Belter Thai Ever.  Boundary Ore Exhibit al Spokane.  Handsome diplomas have been prepared and will be given this year as  awards in the mining department of  the Spokane Interstate Fair meeting  from October 3 to 9. W. A. Coplen,  superintendent of this department, insisted on something good in this line  and the management of the fair authorized him to spare no expense in  obtaining designs, drawings and work  which would make a handsome diploma. These will be awarded by competent judges for the best exhibit in  the mineral departments. Various  diplomas will be given in each class of  ores.  The Spokane. Interstate Pair has  been in existence for several years and  has acquired a prominence and importance which entitles its awards to  respect. Therefore a diploma from  this fair will be of some real value  to any company whose property wins it.  Mr. Copien is much pleased with  the outlook for a good mineral department. This first shipment of ore  sent to Spokane was from the Granby  smelter at Grand Forks, and from  some of the mining properties in that  vicinity- A. B. Hodges, general superintendent for the Granby Co., personally arranged  fo  have  the  shipment  Today ���October 1st ��� the Providence Mining Co , Ltd., owning and  and operating the Providence mine,  near- Greenwood, declares. its sixth  dividend of ten cents per share.  More than all other high grade properties combined, the Providence mine  advertises the Boundary country to  the oufsjde world in the best possible  kind of a way, by distributing profits'  among the shareholders. In fact, so  frequently have they already been distributed that the residents of the Boundary who put their money into the  enterprise at its inception are now "on  velvet," as the saying goes. That is,  they have received all their money  back, and are still getting profits.  The Providence mine is not the  largest enterprise in the Boundary, but  so far it is probably the most profitable,  pro rata, and with its 35 or 40 employees contributes considerably to  the prosperity of this secticn. It is  little wonder that the people interested feel that they have a good thing,  and also that there are no shares on  the market.  The dividend, of which notice has  been given by the officials to be paid  today, makes a total of about $18,000  so far paid in this way. --Those who  know say, also, that the mine never  looked better than it does today, and  apparently it has many years of  di\idend paying befre it.  Bought Another Claim.  This week the Providence Mining  Co. purchased an adjoining claim, the  Diamond fraction, which lies to  the north of the Providence mine.  This property has always been thought  well of, and its accession by the successful Providence Co. is considered a  good move en the part of the company.  The purchase price is said to be about  $S,ooo, Wm. Diamond, the seller, preferring to accept 1,600 Providence $5  shares in payment to the cash itself.  The main lead of the Providence is  believed to run into the Diamond  fraction.  Boundary Mining Notes  Death of Hans B. Nylund.  Hans B. Nylund died Monday night  at the Greenwood hospital, after having been ill for about a mouth. He  had been employed at the Granby  mines, and was taken to the local hospital suffering from typhoid fever. He  had about gotten over the fever when  pneumonia set in and he was removed  to Greenwood. He improved at first,  but finally died. The funeral was held  Wednesday under the auspices of  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8, of  which deceased was a member, Rev.  MacColl officiating.  Matte from the Boundary Falls  smelter will probably be, convened at  the Granby smelter.  Sloping ore began at the Brooklyn mine yesterday, and will probably  continue from now on.  A fine body of ore has been cut on  the Emma claim,, Summit camp, by  the Great Northern railway graders.  Work has been temporarily suspended at the Reliance, Summit camp, op  account of the necessity of installing  some machinery.       * >  Morris Elliot, who has the Athlestan.  ore hauling contract, is getting in hjs  outfit of 18 or 20 horses, and will start  hauling today or tomorrow, probably.'  Both the Brooklyn and Stemwinder  hoists will be operated by steam, while  the drills will have compressed air for  power. Foundations f .r the Stemwinder  hoist are now being prepared.  By next week it is expected that details in connection with the bonding  of the Skylark claim, Skylark camp,  will have been completed, and work  on the properly will be started at once  by the Phoenix syndicate.  Wednesday one , furnace at the"  Boundary Falls smelter was blown in,  and the second will follow in a week  or two. Regular ore shipments started  from the Sunset on Sunday and from  the Brooklyn on Monday.  The work of erecting the Granby  No. 3 tunnel ore bins is about to  commence, the framing having been  practically completed. The huge  crusher, a duplicate of that at the  Knob Hill, is expected to be shipped  by the makers at Sherbrooke, Quebec,  today."  A rumor has been current this week _  that C.P.R. interests had acquired the'  Cascade power at Cascade, from which  the mines, smelters and cities of the  boundary secure power and light. No  confirmation of the report, however,  has yet been made from any author-  itive source. '���  Next week Tuesday the annual meeting of the Granby Co. will be held at  the company's eastern offices in Montreal. Much interest attaches to the  outcome of the meeting, because it  has been openly stated in some quarters that the J. J. Hill interests will  secure control.  A RAIN OF FIRE.  Weird And Realistic Effecis In Harold Nelson',,  "Faust" Production.  Mr. Harold Nelson, an actor of  worthy ideals and recogni/.ed talent,  has given Western Canada several  meritorious dramatic productions since  he came under the management of Mr.  C.P. Walker. But all of these are to be  overshadowed in a spectacular sense,  he promises, by the realistic presentation of the great religious drama,  "Faust," which is to be seen here on  the second night of his engagement,  which commences Monday, Oct. 10th.  Mr. Walker has not only furnished the  Nelson organization with beautiful  scenery and elaborate costumes for  "Faust," but with the aid of expert  electricians has supplied such startling  realistic electorical effects as have  never been seen in this country. The  rain of lire in the Inferno scene, for  instance, is said to be a' wonderfully  weird and impressive bit of stage realism. Mr. Nelson's personality and  ripe art enables him to portray  Meplisto as few actors could, and he  is supported by a very strong company.  ' t.  5; ;&*3  ���>.i> j  ft.  ,  >- Vi   '  "���W'-f  .fe*v3>3,  '*    <fcL    >  to-4'?!^  i '-.it.-3  98 S3  ���if ���  ����  **,  THE PHOENIX PIOKEER  H"Tikes Less Tea  to the cup when Blue Ribbon  is used, because of its unusual purity and strength.    Results are better too.  . ���   . Most people prefer the RED LABEL.  i"..,  H , i,  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  The elections   of 1882, 1887   and  1891 gave the Conservatives good majorities.    In 1882 the issue   was   the  National Policy and the Canadian Pa-  , cific railway.   The result stood thus  Conservatives      Liberals   MILL GEARING  We have recently installed a large automatic Gear Planer, andean  supply all sizes of wood and iron gears accurately, machine cut. Order  ahead and have us send youi gears on our first shipment to B. C, and  save the large freight charges.  Write us for catalogues of mining and power machinery. Ask for  No.  700 and 200.  The Jenckes Machine Co,, Ltd.  Rossland, Greenwood, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Halifax.  Head Office and Works, ,135 Lansdowne St., Siierdrooick, Que.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIKE, ACCIDENT  Commissioner for taking AffMatlta.  Phoenix, B.  R. B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  PROVINCIAL.  IMOED ON SATURDAYS aV TBK  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at PBoaniz,a, c.  W. B. WiLLCOX. M��N*acR.  Telechants I Business office No. 14.  ������.        Neil F. Mackay, of Kaslo,  is  now  ,29lprivate secretary to premier McBride.  72 J    Hon. R. G. Tatlow,  financial  Conservative majority   67  In'1887 Sir Wilfrid raised the Riel,  cry, and the racial agitation against the ���  Conservatives.   This time he made a  strong  assault  ujion   the    majority,  which by a change in Quebec, dropped  to 41: '  Conservatives t2&  Liberals   87  Conservative majority'   41  The race and   revenge   programme  sDascairrioHE in advanck.  hrV��" S,oo  Sl�� HonUu  . ,, 1   51 was continued   for   the   elections   of  u you are not a subscriber to this P��p��r. this 11891, and was supplemented  by the  u an invitation to you to become one. demand for commercial annexation to  the United States.   The   figures   for  1891 were these: ���  Conservatives ..123  Liberals  02   y*  Do You  Take  THE PIONEER  . minister, has left for a trip to the Old  Country.  Rumors are current that the C. P.  R. will absorb the Kaslo & Slocan  railway, etc. $100 Reward, $100.  Kditor V. J. Smyth   of the   Mm>w. iJil��,ire,!<l'i","f,lh,K '>">")r ,v|llll<' i'����M'i'<>  J    "T"h   u>   me   ftlojie    e.irn thai therei��nt le*nt0110ilreu.lcl.Urease  Leader,   has  been  annointed  di'nntv- IS.1!���     iVJ1".*! 1'ee" "!!,e ,n |,ure '" �����' ���'"  .   . , "MJpu"��LU   Oxput)   singes, unit ihHtlsrHtarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure  mininR recorder in that town. neS?1..unfr��tl'r,^,.V0 .l!",ro "i.0!1 ���k"m,n lo lhe  H.?nli },.r*,er,l|l>-, ' ��t��rrh UoliiKu HiiwliltK  !,;��!,.    11f^1,?*./squires a loiiktltutioiial treal-  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary, ft works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10X0.  Itlcosts only $2.00.  GEOBGE GIBSOK  SHAVING PARLORS   *  and BATHROOM.  (iravcs.willjaitis Hlock,cor. ,.  Firs! ai: 1 Old IrousldcsAve 'PHOENIX, B, (J  O.'W.KtlMBHKUKK:  snitlirv.  mining recorder in that town.  R. K. Brown was killed m the Vmir  miue last week Thursday, by the breaking of the cable, letting him fall 550  feet.  Advertising rales furnished on application.  Less! notices to and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly lucrtiftnt constitute one month's  advertising.  B. C MINING  1904  OCT.  1904  Sua. Mta. Tsis. Wad.  m��. Frl.   Sit.  3  10  '7  *4  4    S  II 12  18 19  25  36  - 6  r3  20  27  7  21  28  I  8  *5  22  29  THE EXPIMNO PARLIAMENT.  Conservative majority  31  In 1896 the racial agitation conducted on the basis of the school question  turned the scale entirely, and put Sir  Wilfrid Laurier in.   The figures were:  Liberals '  125  Conservatives'. \ ,, 88  Liberal majority   37  The last contest, that of 1900, gave  the Liberals a larger majority. The  race ery was operated for   their   cam-1  While awaiting the announcement  of the date of the general election Sir  Wilfrid Laurier has decided to,risk,  the politicians are reviewing the results  of the appeal of four years ago and the  changes since accomplished.' It is  noted, in passing, that in 1900 there  was only a month's notice given of the  election  date, the government  pro  paign with even greater fervor than in  any previous contest.   The result in  eachTprovince was as follows:  Con.   Lib.  ��nt*ri0 ,".-55        37  Quebec   7        s8  Nova Scotia  s        I5  New Brunswick  5 9  Prince Edward Island  2 *  Manitoba _' 4  The Territories  o  British Columbia , s  Total 80      ii  It is the intention to put in a lead  corroding plant at the Sullivan smelter  at Marysville.  Rossland's ore shipments last week  were 6,275 tons, or 258,182 tons for  the year to date.  By January 1st the Velvet-Portland  mill, Rossland district, will be doubled  in capacity to 100 tons daily.  The cabled report of the Le Roi's  operations for last  month  places the  estimated profits at $28,500.  More lead bounty checks are being  1 ?i.   -.'i'" ." Ctt,srrh C����� In luk.n internally,  iiuiliiKdlreo ly ui-on the blood nml iiiupoiiKsur.  1 unJatlnn n( iho dii.eiif.0, mid unlni? the im-   i-  Uoiitsironglh by building up ihe e-nmltullon ,!  RiidHsiistlngnstiire in doiinr Its wu k.   Tlie  pniprlouira hate en much fnlih in im purBiive  powers 1 hat they offer one Huudrnt I)oll��r�� for  tVJttaMi.to.,,IWtot0 <'u,e" s*'"i fur '" "f  Address: V. J CHUNK V & CO , Toledo, Oliio.  hold liydrugglhts. 75c. <'  fake Hull's Homily nils forconstipatloii.  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  STRICTLY BUSINESS  distributed by G. O. Buchanan,  who  has charge of that matter.  The Morning claim in the Lardeau  was lqcated a couple of weeks ago, and  is now shipping high grade ore..  An option on the rich Mountain  Con mine, near Sandon, has been  taken by M. S. Logan for $55,000.  At the C.P.R.'s new fiankhead  Colleries, near Banff, 150 tons of anthracite coal are being turned''out  daily.  Pat Burns' First Thought mirie.'near  Orient, accrpss the line, has resumed  Usually an ad fad is a bad fad.  Persistency pays only when you  keep-at-it right. '  A well adveitised article is the one  "favoiite"' that always wins.  Don't be .superficial; the ad that  gets under the skin is the ad that will  win.  Salesmanship is all there is to good  advertising after all. It's just honest  plain talk���convincing only as it rings  true and conies straight from the  heart.  For All. Purposes  Kor inint'H, iiifide or out fide .service, for  L��KtfiiHf RoikIm. lor contracture   Gon-  ni,;..L. ,i���i: ,      ��n   - venit'iii -to operate, quick :11ml jMiworful,  wiUi 0? wffi !r,,,i''Wl ty,HJl �����**l.dl'*of "HU��P'  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WOkKS, Davenport, Iciwa.  These engines limy bu s-en in survic-at tliu mines of Uranliv Co.. I'l'iocnix, M. C.  You Should Read  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. FiRnil A. M.  KeKiilBrconimuiilcstlonSp.,,,     ���������  o,��\ Thursday of each wonth!;  fnirryem "'"lintssscallrd-M...  Ilall.���Mo^rlsml.AllderS"H|"|!,.M,,,,  W.a.KRA(jKk  W.M.  Phoenix a*riK  NO.I��.  <��m>.in.,>l|iit,'i  onkii Hall.,  ,Ju"!."*, ��'Hhieu'  COldialiy iiivltttl.  KOllT. IIOHKhl.1, )>r���. WM.VUM��,n  8ecy  I- O. O. f.  aNOWSlIOKLOOG��No.4t  Meeu every Monday KveiHng at   ���.rdy ���������  Vlsillng brclhcrn cordtally Invited.  Alex. Mtlltle. N.O.  ��ko. R, Mkad, Kec.Sec'y.  Wm. KclahBy, I'er. Kin. Hecy  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading Weekly  of the Boundary.  when I got hold of a free sample of  Chamberluin's   Stomach   and  Liver  -, ���   - . - *       Tablets.    I took a dose of thpm  nfW  claiming on the 8th  of October that supper and the next day fekHke ant  polling should take place on the  7 th ma" and have been feeling hapov ever  Head  About  lo Barst from Severe   BID  Attack.   ��� .          ���UIUMi  "I had a severe  bilious attack and ��Peratl0n,i�� ���d will ship ore to one of  felt like my head was about to  burst Itne Boundary smelters.  The Spokane Falls, Placer Mining  Co., operating the Lardeau creek,  above Trout Lake, have let a contract  of November,  The Parliament then elected con-  ���sisted of 213 members. In 1902 a redistribution of the constituencies took  place. As a result of this change the  the membership has risen to 214, and  the relative strength of the provinces  at Ottawa has been altered. The fol  lowing figures give the membership  of the expiring Parliament, contrasted  with that 01 the House that is to be:  OLD       NEW  'Quebec..'   Ontario   T Nova Scotia     New Brunswick   Prince Edward Island  Manitoba   The Territoriesi T...  British Columbia...  The Yukon   since," says Mr. J. W. Smith, of Juliff,  Texas. For billiousness, stomach  troubles and constipation these Tablets  have no- equal. Price 25 cents. For  sale by all druggists.  NOTED IN PASSINO.  ..65  .92  . .20  ���*3  -.5  ��� 7  ��� 4  . 6  .  o  65  86  18  13  4  10  10  7  1  "3 214  The manipulation of the membership known as the gerrymander, is designed to affect the standing of parties.  It is interesting, in view of this fact, to  note what the party figures have been  since Confederation, and what they  are now.   The Confederation vote, or  Lead and iron are still falling at  Port Arthur.  Kuropat and Kurokiare mixing up  again, each fighting for a Tie pass.  This year Boundary residents can  give thanks for their many blessings on  November 17 th.  Boreas tried so hard to do business  this week that even the water man  wore a broad grin.  for a dam and 1000 feet of flume. The  pay gravel average between 35 and 40  cents per pan. 1  The Lucky Boy at Trout Lake is to  resume operations with Thos. E.  Ehrehart in charge. The company  has been reorganized and is in good  shape. The property has produced  some 230 tons of ore valued at  $23,000.  ' A lease and bond for $20,000 has  been taken by D. XV. Moore, J. A.  Whittier and Harry Newconib on the  Crosby and Texas group on Spring  creek near Kaslo. It is a silver lead  proposition owned by James Anderson,  A. T. Garland and W. V. Papworth,  and development has commenced.'  Causa of Lockjaw.  Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a  bacillus or germ which exists plentifully  in streetdirt.    It is inactive so lonj; as"  exposed to the' air.  but when  carried  beneath the skin,  as  in  the wounds  caused by percussion captor by rusty  nails, and when the air is excluded the  germ is aroused to acti\ity and produces the most virulent poison known..  There germs may be destroyed and all  danger of lockjaw avoided by applying  Chambeilain's  Pain    Balm   freely as  soon as the injury  is  received     Pain  Balm is an  antiseptic and causes such  injuries to heal without maturation and  in one third the time required   by the  usual treatment.     It i.s for sale by all  druggists.  Published in the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  Special Excursion to World's  Fair.  The Denver & Rio G: audi', in connection with the Missouri Pacific,  will run  a series of Personally Conducted Excursions to Hip World's fair during June.  These exclusions will run tlirou^li to St,  Louis without, change of care,  making  shorty flops at principal points enroute.  The first of thece Excursions leaves Portland June 7tli, and the second June 17.  The rate from Spokane will he $60.00 to  St.   Louis  and   leturn.    Excursionists  going vifi-the Denver .v Rio Grande have  the pi ivilege of returning via a different  route    Tins   is the mo��t pleasant way,  as well as the most delightful  route to  cross the continent.   The "tops arranged  give an opportunity of visiting the various points of intercut in and about Salt  Lake City, Denver and Kansas City,   ir  you wish to accompany one of theie ex-  curpioi.s write at once to \V. C. McBiidp,  124 Third stieet, Portland,   for Blef ping  car reservations.  M  the entire Boundary shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  .nearly every ton of which was reduced by  BOUNDARY SMKLTERS  Phoenix 'camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of ore  last year.  ' ' ������    -       -''. ������'���"'������        . ������-'���������*,.'..  The Pioneer is pubj'shed every Saturday and  and is sent to any part of Canada or the United  Slates for  ^Oregon  Sh outline  a��� union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  '���"���!. ���' '   ���,.���   ... .;.'. p-      ,.  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe and other  foreign countries.  i,CKVes  Upokmie Time Schedule;*  BrTectlve Woy.; 13,1903  Arrires  Dally  Loop,  7.35 a.m. FAST MAIL-Tu and from  Coeurd'Alenedlstrlct.Fsriti.  IiiBton Garfield < olfax.Piill-  ��"'., ���Moscow, ���Pomeroy,  Wr isbuig-, Uaylon, Wall ���  ^Vallu, I'end eton, BakerCKy  and nl! points I{ast,���".  1:30 p. m.'KXPKKSS-Kor-Fannliii'toVi  -V"rfi'ldi''<-*olf��K,- Pullman,-..--  Moscuw.J.ewlMon .Portland  him Francisco, Maker City  uS'ri*.1.1 po,,,,�� KA��T. ���  KXPKlibb ���From all points  Cisco, Porllaurl Coirax.Oar-   V  ;ittc.ptSond";.rt--^7i:,^?-~?'-"^��*  l SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  ���Snii FinticiHco-Portlaiiil Koine.  Steamers soil from Ainsivortli docc,  Porllaud  Cisco at 10 11. in. every five days.  Ticket* 011 sale at till S. F & N. Stations.  For further Information ns to rates   time of  trains, equipment, etc.address  OKO. J. MOHI.F.K,Geiieral Agent,  Klverside Ave.. Spokane. Wash  $2.0C>  *  per year���or the rest of the world for $3.00  |>er  ;year.    It gives the ,  Latest and Most  Spokane Falls  What a lot of forts the Russians  must keep in stock at Port Arthur.  Half a dozen more have fallen.  Those C.P.R. train robbers insist on  preserving their incognito, even with a  $i2,ooo-reward offered for their cap  ture.  thatof 1867, was not decisive from theI '"'       -��.���.6 ���  wc -r  v..,u�����,������ulSuu5[mnceana  party standpoint.   In   1872,' however   Gfeat Northern extension to Phoenix "^ be Siven as confidently to a baby  there was a strong party vote, resulting IMr,HiI1  must be well satisfied  with " t0 ���.adult\   I'.'s also pleasant to  thus:  Conservatives  I Jberals   .103  ��� 97  mi  fey-  s,��4ft  * $'J-  m  Pi  aft  Conservative majority     6  This was a very small margin for Sir  John Macdonald to work upon. In  1873, the railway charges wiped if out.  The Mackenzie Government was then  Formed, and went to the country with  the following result:  liberals J3-  Conservatives [[ ~.  Liberal majority  <50  , Mr. Mackenzie was happy with this  support in Parliament, and little suspected that his majority could be  changed." But in 1888, with the National Policy as the issue, the situation  turned out as follows:  Conservatives    ^7  Liberals   69  With 1,600 men working on the  eat Northern extension to Phoenix  Mr. Hill must be well satisfied with  the outlook for the Boundary.  Politicians now figure on having the  elections in November. When they  are announced the fun will start, from  one end of the Dominion to the other.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  No one who is acquainted with its  good qualities can be surprised at the  great popularity of. Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. It not oniy)fcures  colds and grip effectually and .permanently, but prevents these diseases from  resulting in pneumonia. It "is also a  certain cure for croup. Whooping  eough is not dangeroug when this  remedy is given. It contains no  opium or other harmful substamce and  Hospital Donations  L.<<t of Donations received  since Jan.  1st, 1904, to the Phoenix General  Hospital:  Cash $100              Clement S. Houghton. Boston  {���"���Mino  A Krieiid  ��,�����'' *j ">  A Friend  Jidse.$-3oo         A  ,/,.,.,���,  Ciu,h $3 00     j. j. j,lrl���zt.,  Frnciurc Bed and Furinture,%alue $60. .A Fritnd  Cn8n fS��       T. Kuton & Co.. Toronto  J;'1"  Mrs. I flrawibn  (Jiiiiaivtire Misses Crawford  J;1  ' }*S    Canadian Koml Drill Co  $"*'', J3" Hospital HtBff  Landscape Garden .....Mrs. R. B. Kerr  5i Crate Strawberries , J. H. pe-a'rs  ��-vr��P ��� ,  A Friend  Cash $5 00  , .;.. M. Mullln   ._���,.��� , ' 2sh t3 00 .���. _ ;  A Friend  into consideration it is not surprisin J J-.M-%&&*? r.^r^zfei^S.'S!  that nonnl*. ir, r^^Q;������ 1 1���    1,  .    I Oramtc Tea I'ot '.'Morrlu," Thompson & Co.  logazmes  ^ ���W. S. Macy  Vegetables .Mrs. J. K. Mills  i.rate Mrav.berries ��� ���Mrs W.-'S. IWncy  Cash $1 00 per month.. v. & ^.Telephone Co  Reliable News  of Boundary Mines and Smelters,  and independent, and aims to he  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin a: any time  It is fearless  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  take. When all of these facts are taken  Sir Thomas wants an export duty  on ore, so that the C.P.R. can sceure  the LeRoi tonnage. Sir Thomas is  quite a patriot for a man born in  Milwaukee.  Now that the C. P. R. thinks the  Great Northern is securing a cinch on  the Granby tonnage, Sir Thomas is reported to be looking for a club to get  back at them with.  that people in foreign lands as well as j sffw��nP.  at   home,   esteem  this remedy very  highly and very few are willing to take  any other alter having once used it.  For sale by all druggists.  When You Need Physic  Get a box of the old reliable Dr.  Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut, which loosens the bowels without causing griping pains.   No remedy  n I'  ,_. ..             .              ~77~'1S na,f so satisfactory as Dr. Hamilton']  Conservative majority '<& i pms.   pr|ce 2SC.  O. R. & N. Summer Book.  The handsome 1904 summer   book  "Restful Recreation resorts," issued by  the passenger department of the Oregon  Railroad and Navagation Company is  just out.    It tells all about the summering places of the Columbia  river  Valley���a brief description of the trips  up and down the  Columbia river,  to  the mountains, beaches, inland resorts  and fountains of healing  where  they  are and how to reach them. The book  has   a special designed front cover,  printed in two colors, and  the inside  pages  are   splendidly   illustrated' by  costly and beautiful half-tones. A copy  of this publication may be obtained by  sending two cents in stanps to A. L.  Craig, General Passenger Agent of the  Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, Portland.  - PHOENIX,.B. C.  y-oooooo- cxyo-o-o-o o-o-oo-oo  Northern  The only nil rail route between poinU  ea��t west and south io Rowland. Nel-  don. Oratnl Hoiks and Republic.  Biuret curs run between Spokane and  ���Nonliport. ..:���,....-.  KFFUCTIVK JUNE 14. 100k  Leave. '   .  8:��5��.ni...;..���........8Pokai.e ;..���.���;. 6-mb   m '  �����~<0"- "'.. Mossland.........       ,�� o   *>cpui��UC...... , 6:15 p. Ml.  Save Time all the time  BY USI.VG  Crate Mra wherries  Cash, $60 00  < ash $5 00  Jar Sirau berry Jam  2 Corei Crab Apples  Cash fo 00.  . ..��� Mr. W.SrMacy   Bachelors Dance   Kobt Horrell   Mrs. Wm. Fraser  ....,..'......; W. B. Macy  ...,.-.;.... ......_.,;.A Friend  Grand Porks,  Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE'LINE.  J. K.KOYKR.      :      ':       .       :    . Proprieto...  Herflnnliie Jiiiie 1st,leave llreciKvoodat 6a.re  and Phoenix at 7:30 a,m ; arrive at Grand Fork.'  10:30 a.m., leave Grand Forks 3:45 p. m.,arrivlnp  at Phoenix 7 p. m., and Greenwood at 8. p. tn  Connects both ways with Great Northern train*  Fare���Grand Forks to Phoenix, J100; Phoenix  to Greenwood,50c; Greenwood to I'lioeuix, Ji.oi  Greewood to Gland Forks, J3. Office in Green  wood, Gt. Northern Telegraph office. Iu Phoe  nix, McRae Bros. & Smith, Tn^Graiid Forks  Gt. Norther offices. For express rates, nquirr  -' eitner office,  J. -B. Ijao.  my sci weij  leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  *>*>*        PHOENIX, BG.  Phoenix Shoe Shop*  All AVork Guaranteed,  Imported Goods.  FINE 1100IS AND SHOES     '  MADE  10  ORDER.  PRAC1ICAL    MINERS' AND-  PROS  PtCrORS' SHOES   A ������SPECIALTY.'  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  MINERAt ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.   ^  Setli end Jerry Mineral Claims, situate In the  Grceuwoo.- Mining;. Division of Yale District.  Where located, in Long Lake camp.  rakenotice that I,.Albert E. Ashcroft acting as agent for the Jewel Gold Mines Limited  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1185,647, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to thi  Mining Recorder for a Certificate oflniprore  mentti,Tor the purpose of obtaining; a CrowV  Grant of theabm-e claim.  Andfurther take notice that action, under sec  Hon 37,mustt>e commenced before theiraiiauceo  suchCettlficate of Improvements,  i    Dated, this 15th day of August, 1904,  AJt,B5ET^.ABH0ROFr,P.I���    S  ] ��� I I  I* ��� ��� ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C  ^^'toffit^irfe*/������������"���  pletesystem of Baths-including Turkish an 1  Itusslan. Open the year round.'T he"curnl vi  properties of its waters are uuequaled  c"rallve  ciS-ote.1' R1,6,,rU,lUd- Ne"'ou" �����- Hus-  [ For Healing all Kidney, J,iver aild stoM|lch  ailments.  SyateinKliml"'!"B a" M';,al,i*Poi��^�� from the  .The grandeur.of the scenery is unrivaled  Jfpuntaliis.siiow peaks, rorests,lakes waterfalls'  boating, yachting fishing, shooting,  excursion  ���   "do"    n'wiaicr cllulal=l�� uus^rpawedf,"  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  1 ���, 1>tt'a<;e a"'1 Tourist Sleepers, BiiHVt  Library Cars, Modem day Coacliep, Din-  nig Cars, Meals a La Carte.  Best Meals oil Wheels.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  I EAST AND MUST. ,    i&*  ..      Special Excursion Rates to  WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS.  Your choice of route.     :  ��� '.. For. ratee and folders and full information regarding trips call on or address  any agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H-,A- -Tack-son, H. B��andt,  t..K.&P A., C.P. AT. A.,  Spokane.       701 W. Riverside,  Wash. Spokane; Wn.  it Will be to Your laleresl  11 you contemplate visiting the St.  Louis Exposition, to secure reliable information a�� to railroad service, the lowest rates and best routes. Also an to  local conditions in St. Louie, hotels, etc.  If you will write the undersigned,  stating what information you desire, the  same will bo promptly furnished. If we  do not have it on hand, will secure it for  you if possible, and without any expense  to you.   Address  B.H.TRUMBULL,.;      ,  Oommmerclal Agent, '  142 Third 8t.,Port)i4nd,Or��,:  ?"  x..r-^,-*M���.:���;��� :���: wv-.-;v^7<rr^s:^^^^  ^^  i-fjifi   'J  .., .��..   I. f  {9  .1  A  I  5  rPSB IKtOENIX WONEEE  I Gait G^l  delivered fo aiiy part of  ,   the city....  Hay, Grain,  Oats, Wheat, Feed.p.tc.  I^arge stock.  ����       GoodTDyyWood.       &  .  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talkk'd of at  1IOMK AND Kt-SBWHKRK  ��� McINTYRE &McDONALD, Props.  I ^KnobJMl;^ -Phoenix,.RC.  verybodyremember that  asy their minds will be if they  .arn money and deposit it with the  am interest at 3.     Rate paid by  very leading Bank in Canada.  ��� stab'ished 1859.   ���;���  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  .��;,   Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer., ���  which (jives Perfect Work in tl.eshortest  liine with the greatest ease of operation.  -      'Write for Catalogue.    /  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents! Phoenix, B.C.  HtllMO��lllll����IMI��ll*|��M������lsill��lllll��M|��tiit  P. Burns ��s Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD OPKICE-.FOK. BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  ���  a  a  a.  a  t  ���  a  a  a  *  a  a  a  a  a  a  ���  a.  a.  a  a  a '  ���  ���  #. ' '    ��� ��� - '.'��������� a  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  .... '-.Wholesale and Detail Heat Merchants, t  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  '.-.. Silvertoh, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  :.';   Grand Forks; Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  _ ��� All orders receive prompt attention.  -'��� <;'?.-'.-r  LINE.  ���: Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  ��� ���':-l'";  .'/sl.5 . ���}��� .��'.'"������ -    DAILY.    - .  Leave Phoenix at io a. in.   ^ Arrive Greenwood at n a. in.  Arrive;   " 4.30 p.m.    Leave      v   " 3 p. 111.  ***        JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  The new edition of the COPPER HANDBOOK Mats and ilescribes 3.311 cop-  per minesand copper mining com panics, in all parts of the world, covering the  L'liibe, these ili'Sciiptiona rantfiiig from two lines to 12 pages in length, according to  importance of ihe mines. The.deseriptions are not padded, but giva facts :'h the  most condensed and get-at-able form.  There aiealao fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the Historv. Uses,  Tviuiiiiologv, Urography, Geoldiry, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  iiml islnlisti'cs of Copper, rendering .the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  "      '.'It is'fhe World's Standard Reference Bout on Copper.  Every Miner, Prospector, Investor, Hanker, and Broker needs the bonk. Price  M5in Buckram binding with gilt top, or lf7.50 in full, library  morrocco, and the  liook, ineither binding, will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, toanv address in  the world, 10 be paid for if found satisfactory, or may returned within a week 01 re  ceiptaii.l the charge  cancelled.   Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  ��ahdenthyeou PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Journal,  You'll'have no trouble in keeping posted oh B undary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $2 bill for year's trial  to  Pioneer Pub. Co., Phoenix, B. C  In the newspaper business one sees  some queer things occasionally, especially when they are least expected.  One man or woman feels slighted because his or her name is not mentioned, and another, is aggrieved because his name is referred to. And the  man behind the,pen presumably must  needs try and please them both.! But  he will make a mistake if he does try,  for he cannot possibly always succeed,  and then there is trouble ahead. His  only true method is to go right ahead  and do that which he knows to be right.  A case in point happened in Phoenix recently. Notwithstanding the invitation presented in these columns  from time to time, a certain local  business man felt aggrieved, because  the goings and coinings of some of his  family,were not duly chronicled���  movements of which this paper was  entirely unaware till weeks afterwards,  arid which to this day the man who so  wanted to see his nanie in print did  not take the trouble to inform the  Pioneer or any of its staff. As a result  he has ordsred his subscriptioTvtb the  Pioneer cancelled.,  .���*'  ������[ *        .'.'���.'  Which reminds us of a story which  seems to be,-. appropriate. Horace  Greeley, the great editor of the New  York Tribune, was coming out of the  building one day, when he was accosted  by a man',who had long been a reader  of the paper, and was* informed that  because of something- that had appeared he had stopped the paper."No,"  said Mr. Greely, "that cannot be, as  the presses were running when I left  just now." "But I mean that I, have  discontinued rhy copy," said the sub^  scriber. "Oh," said Horace, ''is thai  alll? I thought you had stopped the  entire business from the way you  spoke."  THE OLD FOLKS AT ME  Are Jlever Without Peruna in the House  lor Catarrhal Diseases.  ���  ������-*  Phoenix Livery Stable  Matheson & Mat&escm, Props.  Everything New  CARRIAGES    AND   OTHER   RIGS  HORSES AND SADDLES.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  PHOENIX, B.  ���������������������������^���^^���������������������aa****  If  THE  HOMK OF  Hiflh-Giiss  ;       tOLLIES  We make- a specialty of breeding the  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices.': Our  Collies give satisfaction to flockmasters  everywhere. I-Writfeus your wants.  ;.'.    Thoi S: Griffith,  P. O. BoxIOOVj: '. ������'���   v Spokane, Wash.  Consumption Begins with a Cough.  .The cough racks and tears the tender tissues of the throat. Inflammation supervenes and then serious bronchial or lung trouble is established.  The important time is at the beginning.  Stay the progress of the cough by using fragrant healing Catarrhozone  which reaches every part of the bronchial tubes, throat and lungs.  Catarrhozone destroys disease germs,  stops the cough, heals sore spots,  clears the nose and throat of discharge.  Catarrhozone sooths, never irritates.  Guaranteed for every form of catarrh.  For lasting cure use Catarrhozone,  Two months' treatment $1.00; trial  size 25c.  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pioneer Pub. Co.,   - Phoenix, B.C.  W. E. Nelson, of Spokane, who was  in the camp last week Saturday, was  accompanied by Lake D. Wolford,  another mining man. Mr. Wolford is  the owner of the ' Wolford group, on  Fourth of July creek, the claims of  which have a large surface showing' of  ore of a fair grade. Mr. Nelson is one  of the promotors of the Pan Handle  Mining: and Smelting Co., of Sand  Point Idado, where a 250 ton lead  smelter is now being completed, and  will shortly be blown in, with plenty  of ore to keep it busy.  , These gentlemen spent several days  in looking carefully into the low grade  mining conditions of the Boundary and  in satisfying themselves that they are  a commercial success. Before they  were done they were exceedingly enthusiastic over the matter, and in a  cold, matter of fact way predicted great  things for the Boundary, and especially  for Phoenix,  ���H  Here is the way they put it regarding Phoenix: "There can be no  possible doubt about the bright future  of this place. In smelting the work of  the Boundary has only just begun, and  in the near future there will undoubtedly be far greater reduction works  built than now in existence. It is not  by any means settled where these  great smelting plants will be located.  But in any event here are the great  mines���they cannot be moved, and  this city cannot be moved. When  these great permanent smelting works  are built, they must be largely fed  from Phoenix ores, and I need not attempt to say what that means in increase in your population, and consequent prosperity, when the smelters  are using 6,ooo or S,ooo tons of ore  per day." The honest man must admit that the reasoning is good.  �����  It is not likely that there is a business man in the Boundary, especially  in Phoenix, who does not remember  Alan G. Simpson, who was a character  here three years ago. "Simmy," as he  was known, is now said to be a war  correspondent for the London Daily  Telegraph with the Russian army in  Manchuria, letters signed with his name  now appearing in that great publication. The life of ease for months prej  ceding active operations, must have  just suited "Simmy,"but his comments  on General Kuropatkin's daily dispatches to the Czar, beginning, "I regret to report," would have surely made  interesting reading, had they been allowed to pass the censor.  ������  Political war horses are now commencing to groom themselves in earnest, in preparation for the forthcoming  fray. They scent the battle from afar,  many have had a private tip,   so they  D.  WATSON,  Gloria,   Fresno  County, Cat., writes:  "God Meas you for what you havo  done for me. The rheumatism has all  disappeared, and to-day all exclaim,  'How well yon look I* I tell thorn yes;  and I owe it all to Dr. Hartman for his  good advice to me. To-day finds me  aa free from pain as I ever was. The  rainy season has set In here, but tho  change hasn't affected me as It used  to. I am yory thankful that I havo  found out that you, can and-.will help  the suffering ones that will follow your  advice.. Several hjiYo asked uc-Avhat  cur.nl mc, and I fell thorn. They got  the medicine-then. j We keep Perur.a  7.1 the house. My daughter has" two.  sons, and they keep well add go to  Eshooh and they take the medicine  everyday.  .."My wife was troubled with a pain  la hor side for years. Now she is takin���  your medicino and is real smart. 1 will  do all I can for you and for thoso who  need your advice."'  Mr. Juo, 0. Atkinson^ Independence,  Mo., Box272, writes:       ���  "Your remedies do all that you claim  for them, and cveri more. Catarrh cannot exist where Peruna is taken according to directions. ' Peruna completely  cured my wife and I of catarrhal troubles  of twenty-flvo years standing. I:i my  rounds as a traveling man I am a walking advertisement of Peruna."  Mrs. Alia Scliwandt, Sanborn, Minn.,  writes: '  "I have been troubled with rheumatism andcatarrh tortwenty-live years.  Couldoot sleep dhy or night./ After  having.used Peruna /,' can sleep and  nothing bothers mo now. If I ever am  affected with any kind of sli.knes.t  Peruna will be the medicine I shall  use. My on was cured of catarrh 0/  tho larynx by Peruna."���Mrs. .Alio.  Schwandt.  Why Old People arc Especially Llcbte  to Systemic Catarrh.   ���  . V.rhon old ago comes on, catarrhal diseases come also. Systemic catarrh in  almost universal in old people.  This explains why Peruna has become  so indispensable to old people. Peruna  is their safeguard. Peruna is the only  remedy yet d:vised that meets these  cases exactly.  Such cases cannot be treated locally;  nothing but an effective systemic remedy could euro them. This is exactly  what Poruna is.  If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory result^ from tho use of Peruna.  writo at oaco' to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your casa and ho wilt  bo pleased to ''give you his valuable advice gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman, President of  Tho TTnrtmaii Sanitarium,Columbus, Ov  -Denver  ,j5^?,af**  -J- ~um. 1 Hi Vili'Md, <��*Nb��^! Jra**. -u��e. ��� *Jj#  claim, and if the elections are not pulled off some time next month, they  will be sorely disappointed. Of course,  the Grits are doing most of the grooming so far, but, unless we are much  mistaken, they wilj be a disappointed  lot after the votes are counted.  .  ������ Latest Mining   Stock,Ouolations,  , ,      ASKKIl  American Hoy  2!,'  Hen Hur ....  W  Black Tnil  3  Canadian Gold Fields  4){  Cariboo. Camp McK (ex-iliv.)  2  Center Star..... ���.  21  Dennro Mines ;.��� '  Kairvie*!'  3  Kisher Maiden - 3  tiiant   2  (iranbjr Consolidated  $4 25  International Coal  50  Morning: Cilory  ij��  Mountain Lion  10  North Star, (E. K.)  5  Payne  10  Quilp ...;  11  Rambler-Cariboo     n  San Poil ....:  2K  Sullivan  i>  Tom Thumb ;  *'  War Eagle Consolidated  12  Waterloo (Ass Paid)  i}4  White Bear  4',a  $.1 50  9  3X  9  i  A Noted Horseman's Experience.  Mr. Antoine Wendling,owner of T.'e-  veras, 2 i i}(, and proprietor of the  Clifton House, -Brockville, says no liniment compares with Nerviline for general use around the stable. For  strains, sprains, swellings, internal  pains and especially for affections of  the whirl bone Nerviline is unequalled.'  Mr. Wendling believes Nerviline is indispensable as a horse liniment; it has  srrength, penetrating power and works  thoroughly. Every horse and stock  own er should use Nerviline. Sold in  large 25c bottles.  Many Mothers of a Like Opinion.  Mrs. Pilmer, of Cordova, Iowa, says  "One of my children  was  subject to  croup of a severe type, and the  giving  of   Chamberlain's     Cough    Remedy  promptly, always brought relief. Many  others in the neighborhood  think the  j same as I do about  this remedy  and  'want no other kind for their children "  j For sale by all druggists  The  Luxury  of a  BATH...  and Hot Mer in 00 Seconds,  IN   REACH   OF   EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO WATER  HEATER, the latest invention, at  Htmter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Sole Anents for Phoenix.  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  Through Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Daylight Ride Through Nature's api Gallery  Punting Castle Gate. Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Puss and the Royal Gorge. ^^^  3 Fast Trains Daily Bet.Ogden and Denver Jj  Equipment andService Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  W. C.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Thin! Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  THE MILWAUKEE  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Grlobe (daily) both for One  year     Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  G-lobe, (weekly) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  TTQO-n   /Including Handsome Portrait^  j OH I    ^0f King Edward, 17x22 inches.^- -   Of Interest lo Mining Men.  Mr. Rowland Machin, of Victoria,  general Canadian agent for the Wellington Bennet Fuse Co., makers of  the Crown Brand Safety Fuse, has  issued a very neat little book containing testimonials from a large number  of prominent mining men and companies, and many big merchants handling  mining supplies, as to the efficiency ol  the Bennet Crown Brand Fuse, and  the large demand for it throughout Can  ada, the United States and Mexico.  This book is extremely interesting, the  tenor of the testimonials being highly  favorable throughout, and affording indisputable evidence of the strong and  widely-spread esteem in which the Bennett Fuse Company's product is held.  Mr. Machin is to be congratulated on  his enterprise in getting out this timely  and interesting little pamphlet, no less  than on his own energy and the excellent quality of his goods, to which  the book's contents bear such satisfactory witness.  A familial- inline for the Chicago, Milwaukee &St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Railway  riiiininu the "Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and night between St. Paul  and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago,  "The only perfect, trains in the world."  Understand : Connection * are made  with All Transcontinental J-ines, assuring lo passengers the best service known.  Luxurious couches, electric lights, steam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that your ticket reads via '"The  Milwaukee" when going to any point in  the United .States or Canada. All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other information, address,  Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year ........  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one  year.......   Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  R. 1.. Foku,  Trav. Pass. Agt.,  SI'OKANI-:. WN.  H. S. Rowe,  General Agcti ,  I'ORTWSD.OIl  JOB PRINTIN  Every Lady Should Know  That Ferrozone removes the causes  that interfere with the proper discharge  of all womanly functions: it corrects  irregularities and is especially good for  women who are nervous and subject  to headache, lame back, bearing down  pains, despondency and tiredness.  Ferrozone is a blood builder and purifier and can't be excelled for the complexion. For your good looks and  health use Ferrozone. Price 50c per  box at druggists.  We,do the kind you want,  but which you rarely see ���  the kind that is Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective.  This the only completely  equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix   B. C.  ��  DRINK  ��-��.��-��  eer ?  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.  'Standard Ave. and Banner St. :-: PHOENIX,  B.C.  Practical Horseshoeing, Blackamlthing,  Dominion Awe., Phoenix, B. C.  ��0090��OOWOOOIB<��000����>��00��06��  WEBB & MAYNARD  General Painting and  . . Sign  Writing  Greenwood, B. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Plioenix Street.    'Plione53.  We make good bread,       Trv it.  ...C. XV. GREER, Proprietor  *   1  '  5",   i  3 . m  m-  mMi  #HB Moitox M8MjM  VrtvfiHHIhririrtft>dii  X\t*y."'.  TfV^r-r^:,  r?fv>i��>��;  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OF  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Robert Horrell visited the Nelson  fair last Tuesday.  NobleBinns, of Trail, was a visitor  in the citylast Tuesday.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Oct 10th  to 14th.  Treasurer Wooster, of fhe Granby  Co., was in the city from Grand Forks  last Saturday.  Dr. S. W. Morrin, of St. Augustine^  Quebec, a brother of John A. Morrin,  arrived in the city Wednesday, on a  visit.  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  Dr.   Simmons,   dentist,  McMillan  block, Oct. 13 to 16.  Supt. I^awTence of tht C.P.R., came  in from Nelson in his private caboose  Tuesday, accom|xinied by Engineer  Aainbridge and Ro.tdmaster Johnson,  10 see about running a spur or two for  the Montreal iS: Boston people,and also  to see about getting the water from the  Granby Co.forthe locomotives, after it  is used in the compressor coolers.  ���  Each one is a foot long. What is?  Why those panaramic views ofPhoenix  by G. B. R. Kinney up at Black's  Jewelry store.  Alex McDonald went over to Nel-  ���    son Tuesday to visit his brother, and  incidentally to take a look at the big  .pumpkins at the Nelson fair.  John Kirkup,  the stalwart government agent and assessor, of Rossland,  ,  was in town Wedn��sday, on one of his  periodica! trip_s_on_pflicial_business.  I. B. Morrison, brother of Cap  Morrison, arrived in Phoenix from Fire  Islands, Nova Scotia, recently, and will  maVe his home here for the present.  - Manager Martin, of the water and  light office, was out Saturday and Sun-  , day fighting   fire,near the pumping  station.    About   ten cords   of wood  were destroyed.  Gordon A. Wey, superintendent of  the Bradstreet agency for British  Columbia, with headquarters at Vancouver, was in camp Tuesday on his  semi-annual trip.  R. B. Price, advance agent for Harold Nelson, who will appear at Miners'  Union hall on the 10th, nth, 19th  and 31st of October, was a visitor in  the^city yesterday.  J. G. Clark, the C.P.R. agent here,  who has been off on a seven weeks'  vacation, returned Wednesday. While  absent he visited Toronto, Chicago  and other eastern cities.  '  In the Presbyterian 'church tomorrow the,topic in the morning will  be:;,"Christ Lifted Up;", in the evening, "Community of Service!". The  choir will render an anthem.        ' '  Good pointers are essential in any  business/ I,would be pleased to give  -you some good pointers on the good  qualities of the Mutual Life of Canada.  Ed.,H. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  The wife .and seven children of Jas.  H. Trevorrow, formerly foreman at the  ��� Snowshoe mine, removed to Rossland  last Saturday, where Mr. Trevorrrow;,is  now superintendent of the LeRoi mine  The Hospital Ladies' Aid have decided to give a ball on the evening of  October 13th.  The annual autumn dance will be  given at Halcyon Hot Springs on ,Fii-  day, October 21st.  No city council meeting was held  this week, there being no quorum  present Wednesday evening.  For large returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, Ii. C.  Don't worry. Get Mortimer to insure you Life, Fire, Accident or Sickness in the best English and Canadian  Companies.  Deputy Sheriff Herman is in the  city getting jurors for the assize court,  to be held at Greenwood on the 17th  of October.  W. S. Macy icUirned from a trip to  Spokane Saturday, and brought with  him a car load of cattle for Ins Fourth  of July creek ranch.  W. B.,Cochrane came up from the  Forks yesterday,to take back his brother Frank, who is convalescing from a  mild attack'of typhoid fever..  Parliament was dissolved Thursday  night at Ottawa, and  the elections set  for Thursday, November 3d.    Politic  ians will now awaken in earnest.  Ex-Mayor Neelands, of Vancouver,  grand master of the Odd Fellows of  the province, paid an official visit to  Snowshoe Lodge No. 46 last night.  Water in Marshall lake-, our city  supply, is weekly getting lower. Beginning today the Brooklyn mine and  C.P.R. will be'eut off from this source  of supply.  Chamberlain's Couth Remedy.  No one who is acquainted with   it's  good qualities can be surprised at  the  great   popularity    of    Chamberlain's  Cough  Remedy.    It not  only  cures  colds and grip effectually and permanently, but prevents these diseases from  resulting in pneumonia.    It is also  a  certain   cure   for   croup.    Whooping  eough  is  not  dangeroug when    this  remedy   is   given.    It   contains    no  opium or other harmful substamcc and  may be given as confidently to a baby  as to an adult.    It is also pleasant   to  take. When all of these facts are taken  into consideration it is  not  surprising  that people in foreign lands as well as  at   home,   esteem   this  remedy   very  highly and very few are willing to lake  any other alter having  once  used   il.  For sale by all druggists.  ���.Printing.  "That's Our Business"   C   Alex McRae,  You Can Get  THE FINEST -.FRUITS (hat grow  and THE FINEST CIGARS and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new  store of......  .   Church Services  I Tomorrow.  The Job Department of the  Phoenix  Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the  Best Quality of  1  Stationery   for any  kind   of  business.      Special  attention paid to work for Mines.    Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  Stationery, Newspapers/Magazines, etc.  Hardy Block,   - Dominion Ave.  wB.C.Assay w  Chemical Supply Co., hi  VANCOUVER, B. C.      '  Direct Importers of Assayed Sum.  Sole Agenta in B. C. for the *��n i  Batlersea Crucibles. Scorifiesu ��*n  etc. 8ellinK.��Kent8 for^," F% ^M-  Co'a Specialtio*. Carv Furnaces p.,   *u"  etc. Mercka' Pure diehil��b i*   .����.'  Borax OIhsb and all Heavy Ciie'ini.'v'  .   SP.o..U,-SH��r fM.UMilufSS,fc':--  Complete Away Outfit.   fornhliJ   .'  Hhorti.ot.ee. SatiHfaetionUaa''!",'  Real Estate  and IdftnGfc  TIONEEK lil.OCK,  'PHONK'NO. II.  PHOENIX, B. 0.  St. John's Church of England, Rev,  W. J. Wood, Missionary. Morning  Prayer, 11 a.m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30  p.m.; Everyone cordially invited to attend any and all services.  St. Andrews' Pieshyteiian Chinch,  Service tomonow at 11 a. in. and  7:30 p. 111. Sunday school and ISible  class at 2:30 p. 111. Rev. E. (.',. W.  MaeColl, B. A., pastoi. A roidi.il  welcome to all.  Methodist���Sen ices at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. m. at   the  new church, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at a .3 0 p. m.     A hem ty ir  vitation is euended to ill.      I). M  Peiley, B. A., pastor.  I  !i     Houses to Rent, City Property- for Sale. ;  j Shares in all the leading mines bought and j  ; sold.   -Information about Phoenix and the j  .Boundary country given on application.       '  i  1  Dominion Ave.  Telephone N��. 28.  rfer,. -������.."���-.���. ���  ' |\fe.l I "  I  \7L  *&    Phoenix, B. C. ,j;  Wednesday, Oct* 5th  ��� WILL BE ���  !&  Notice.  A number of additional telephones  will be installed by the .Granby Co.  here, located at the mine superintendent's, foreman's residences; ore crushers, and down in the mine. The B.C.  Telephone Co. secured the contract  it-*   ���. r i j  Safety first, profit next, these factors  for thirty-four years have placed the  Mutual Life of .Canada as the true  policy-holder's Company to insure in,  where yoiir savings are safe and profitable. Get Mortimer to give  figures.. '  you  Hallett & Shaw, the well known  Greenwood barristers, will dissolve  partnership on the first of the month,  Mr. Shaw removing to Vancouver.  ��� Both gentlemen were in the city last  Saturday.   '  , , Dc. '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 iobc.  on the dollar of the profits. Ed. Mortimer,' agent.  A. E. - Ashcroft, the surveyor, has  gone to the upper Kettle river country  with a crew of men to survey the  Docksteader ranch of some 1,200  acres of the finest land in the province,  located a few miles from Beaverdell.  The Hewett Carnival Co. held  forth at Miners' Union hall the first  three nights of this week. Mr. Hewett does some very- clever things in  the trick line, and has improved since  his visit here of a couple of years ago.  Cards have been received announcing the marriage on the 21 st ult. of  Oren Barren Smith, Jr., to Jeannette  Aureha-Pease, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Aurelius G. Pease, at Springfield,  Mass. Mr. Smith is mine superinten-  tendent for the Granby Co., and the  happy couple,' who have the best  wishes of all Phoenicians, are expected  to arrive here in a few days.  A. B. Hood, acting manager of the  Eastern Townships Bank, and bride  arrived on Tuesday's train, having been  married at Sherbrooke, Quebec, the  bride's former home. They will shortly begin housekeeping in the Hackett,  residence on Brooklyn avenue. Thursday evening they were given a welcome  by many friends and well wishers.  Toe flranby Consolidated Mining, Smelting 4  Power Company Limited.  ' Notice Is hereby plveii that the Fourth Ordinary General McetinRVof the Graniiv Consolidated Mining, smblti.vo & Powkk- Company, Limited, will be held at 62 Camilla Life  .Bullilliij,', fn the city of Montreal,.'Provinceof  Quebec, on Tue��dsy,the Fourth <luy of October,  180-1; at.the hourof llMPO o'clock lu the forenoon  for tho purpose of electing; <lir��cio'S and doing  other business which may be lawfully done fit  an ordinary General Meeting of the company.  ��� And Further, Notice is horeuy_Kiveii that  the transfer books of ihe sticl company ��111 \ e  closed from.Scptember i5th to October -lih.WOl.  both days.iiH'Indefl.   '  .Baled this 6th day of September ,1901,  . K R MAOAULAY,  I Secretary.  Miners' Union Hall  Two Nights  COMMENCING  [Monday, Oct. 10th  British Columbia Day  At the Spokane Interstate Fair  One Fare for the Round Trip if  Railroad Tickets  can liepurclitiMil ut  On TueHtltiy, (Jet. -Ith, g'W'l i-ctiii.iliij; until Oct. 10th.  Band Concert by Fifth Regiment Royal British Artillery  of Victoria, B. C.  Band  IN   FRONT  OK  GRAND  STAND.  Big Vaudeville Program  Six Exciting Races $2,500 in Parses  Send for Race Program.  ROBT.   H. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.  SPOKANE,   WASH.  Nfc  Mr. C. J'. Walker presents the eminent  Canadian Actor  > Thursday evening the third annual  ball of Snowshoe Lodge No. 46, I. 0  O. F., was given by the Lodge at  Miners' Union hall, and a most pleasant evening was enjoyed by the members of the lodge and their many  friends. '  Mrs. Andrew Hackett, son and  daughter removed to Spokane last  ��� Saturday, where they will reside in  future, Mr. Hackett being largely interested in the new 'coal measures in  East Kootenay, which is now being  exploited.  Last Monday Lizzie "Losche and  John Hanna, the latter shift boss at  the Granby mines, were married at  Greenwood by Rev. W. A. Robins,  ,of the Church of England. They have  started housekeeping in the Graves  Williams block.  Last Saturday night's visit of \V. C.  Bowser, K. C, grand 'master of the  Masons of this province, to King  Edward Lodge No. 36, was a most  felicitous occasion. There was a large  attendance, and ,ihe grand master,  whose home is in Vancouver, was  tendered(a banquet by the lodge. Sunday he was driven to Grand Fdrks  accompanied by W. G. McMynn, -district deputy grand master,' of  Greenwood. A number of Greenwood  brethren attended the banquet here.  "HEART AND SWORD."  \  AND HIS COMPANY.  Foreman Spragget, of the road gang  for this riding, was in the city yesterday. He has just finished work on  the road to Franklin carop for the  season, the road now being completed  tor a distance of about 40 miles above  Grand Forks. About 20 men were  working on the road.  Any  subscriber to   the    Phoenix  Pioneer can,get the Montreal Family  Herald and Weekly Star free for rest  of 1904 hy simply paying up his subscription or paying for a year in advance.    This is an offer worth taking  advantage of���getting the best paper  in the Boundary and the best weekly  in the east at a low figure.   A $2  bill  will do the trick, and it can come by!  either   mail,   telegram,''or JMarconi-]  grarii.'*"?--. ._ ' I  Mr.  Harold  Nelson Will  Produce   it With  Elaborate Scenic Equlpmont-  The scenic production of the romantic play, "Heart and Sword," in  which  Mr. Harold Nelson is to be seen here  on Monday evening, October roth, is  the most   elaborate   with1 which   his  manager, Mr. C. P. Walker,   has yet  equipped him.    Three very  beautiful  yet distinctly different scenes,  are the  Tapestry Chamber   of the Court of  Stejnhrusen, the grey   old  towers of  Heinhaut, and the garden of the Berry  Bush Inn, where takes place a  most  exciting duel.    The  modern   lighting  equipment carried by the company and  operated by an expert electrician, enhances1 the beauty of the stage settings.  It is this completenesss of detail which  helps io distinguish the productions directed   by   Manager    Walker   from  those ordinarily seen here.  Monday, the Romantic Comedy-Drama  "Heart and Sword"  The most complete and beautiful scenic, and  costume equipment ever seen here  Tuesday, Goethe's   Immortal   Drama  "FAUST"  The mostctsborate and Spectacular produc ion  of this Great Play ever teen in the West.  This Shorthand is totally different to others.  It takes weeks to learn iu instead of mouths.or  \ears. It was invented by practical reporters.  His reliable,1 thorough, and may be read like  print. The first three IcssonB enables you to  take private notes and the ninth lesson brings  you to corresponding style, the aith,- the final  lesson to reporting. A specimen may be seen  at the Phoenix Pioneer1 on ��� application to the  manager, W. I). Willcox. Lessons taught by  mail are quite easy.  Typewriting taught by mail. We forward you  lesson sheets to teach you the correct fingering���  nil the fingers taught on the blind touch system.  Write saying the machine you have, or we can  supplyyou with a new or second hand our. any  make from J-iU to 5150. We do not hire out machines.  Terms���For shorthand %\a, to completion, payable by instalments Typewriting $2S. to completion. Address. The Secretary, Studios: Vancouver. Granville St., Box Sol. Victoria, over  Imperial liniik, victoria, p. o. Box 176. Othe"  branches throughout Canada will shortly be  opened.  A  TRIUMPH   OF  SCENIC  ART.  Startling Klectrical Kneels.  Prices $1.00 and 75c.  Resened Seats at Tho . Uroivn'n,  EDUCATION.  Knroll now .for. Bookkceplnsr, Shorthand arid  Typewriting.- Graduates are in demand. Send  for catalogues.  Blair Business College,  SPOKANE, WASH.  Perfect Simplicity,  Perfect Reliability  and Strength  * The' most searching investigation of  Waterman's  Ideal  Fountain  Pen*����  proves that it excels in  quality of materials, perfection of workmanship  simplicity of  construction.    With no chance  for deterioration and no  valves   or   complicated  mechanism to get out of  order, it is the  PEN WITHOUT A PEER.  Nothing is stronger than  its weakest part.  V ���    The BEST, CheafXsj  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ttes,etc.,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  * THOMAS BROWN, S  S  Men's Wear Exclusively. ^^D��^!%'o^Ix.   S  Black's Hotel<   Dominion Av.knue, PHOENIX, B.C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  Bar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  GREENWOOD  LIQUOR  Telephone No. 26.  Houndaky Agents' for  -Pabsfs Celebrated Beer-  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  Wholesale   WINES,   LIQUORS  and CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  COMPANY,,  Greenwood, Ii. C.  JAMES   McCREATH^ 1'ROI  1    ~   (T^omas Brcg Co.  Stationers, elc.        Knob Hill Ave.  boundary Agents for Columbia  Gtaphophones. A full line of  musical goods always in stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  GREENWOOD. B. C.  Giving up Marsh Ufock owing to  raise in rent. ,  Entire Furnishings in  the Marsh block, in-  ���eluding   House-keep-  For Sale  ing, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.  Come and see and pick' out bargains  Granby Exchange  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsman!  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease,  oil and rust stains, paint and and earth, etc., use  the "Master Mechanic's" ,Tnr Soap. Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mfrs  .       C  Cheap Fall  Rates  From Phoenix.  Westminster Fair  $19.30 Return  Ed. Black,  Watchmaker  and Jeweler,  KrilST STltKET���NEXT KNOB ||n,l. IIOTKI.  Fine Timepieces and Fine repairing  or all kinds.  Full stock of Tobaccos a,id cigars  0  ��  *r-9-9-��-9-a-9-  London  Corn Plasters  Remove Corns.  Vou Are .Invited to come and inspect our new arrivals in...  9  On Sale Oct. 1, 2, 3, 4, good to return  till Oct. 12th.  ; New Shoe Store  A. Ma^slonfea,  FORMERLY O'F   NELSON,  has opened a new Shoe Shop in the  Morri60ii-iJ nderpon building,  on First Street.  Boots and S&oes Made and Repaired  in Latest Styles and on short notice.  A trial solicited.  A. Maslonka,  Firht Stuket, Pjioenii.  World's Fair Rates  Last selling dates, Octooer 3, 4) & 5.  St. Louis $62.75.        Chicago $67.75  f  BOYLE,  !%**&&       j��$  The newest of this season's patterns in Negligee and Outing Shirts.  the druggist.  ��-��-��-���-��  Watches,  Tl ���  ��1 ���  ���r':  feS^^^eS.^ ^bby on,s in  Corresponding reductions from all  Kootenay points.  For full particulars apply to local  agents.  I.G.Clark, EJ.Covle,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C   Vancouver, B.C  J. S, Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson, B.C,  ewelry,  >airiog��  We can " Wateh" you at almost any  price, from the good, everyday timepiece  to the expensive adjusted chronometer.  Our Jewelry and Cut Glass stock  will be found just what you deeire to  make a selection from.  In repairing we nre prepared to take  care of anything in this line.  Gee. E. Dey,  The Jeweler. Knob Hill Ave.  'toll-  A st^shline of Shirt Waists-ti^^c^^  stock ot Ladies and Gents' Furnishing Goods,  Our ranges ofstyies and prices in La&^ Men's and CM  dren's Shoes are the best in the city/  Dominion Avenue  ����Q��<8  ������������������������������������������������������������������������ttt..^  O  a  ���  0  0  0  0  ���  e  0  ��  a  a  a  a  a  a  e  ���  e  a  e  1 f*  I. t3  .jiiL

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