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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 3, 1903

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 *&$&*  :t**r  *fc  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in \ 902.   ���**   <&  AND  Phoenix is the Centrti  and Leading Mining;  Gamp of Boundary*  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  , Devoted, to the Interests of the Boundary Aftntag District.  S    ��� �����'.',. ��.,' '-... . *. ���        ' " "   !  *"'.     '!"    ' '' "'I . ' ������il*N II       II    III infill    II  _���������      II '   !!!_��_��-_���������-  Vol.. IV.  i   PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA  ^  URDAY, OCTOBER 3, 19^3.  No 48.  Owing to the advance in the price of  wheat, Flour is advancing every day.  Now is the time to Ijuy vour winter sup-  piy- '.���:'���.������  We have a car of Lake of the Woods  to arrive Monday, which we quote.���  501b. sacks at $1.75  100   "������'       "      3.25  If wheat keeps advancing our next car  will sell at $27oo per sack.  ML GOODS  \ Are Arriving Every Day.  j ���   We are now in the position to offer to  ���| the trade, the newest and best articles'in  j Gent's furnishings that can be procured,  j We know what we sell is good, and  sell j  | what-we know is good. j  |     In our shirts, ties, collars, underwear, I  shoes, hats and  caps,   braces,   etc.,  we  have the kind you want;  you might as i  well buy right as wrong, as good articles'!  cost no more than poor ones. |j  In the Ladies'Dept.  We have most anything that a lady could  desire. _ Large assortment of silk waists,  furs, dress goods, house slippers, shawls,  etc. .AH we ask-is-a call and inspect  our goods.   ',.."...  rr  irer-raiiiM  I'HOKN'IX  GKHKNWOOD  GRAND FOKKS  S^^S  vmm  m  'JKi  M0RR1N,TH0MPS0N&C0.  STOVES!  STOVES!  STOVES!  www  Now that the fall days are  here you will want to see our  complete line of Heating and  Cooking Stoves. They're the  best made and as good as  they look.  We have stoves! for either wood or  coal burning ��� stoves that were made  for good, solid wear. If you are consid=  ering the purchase of a stove, we should  like" to show you our, up-to-date stock.  We have them at all prices.  Our Hardware Department incomplete in every detail. We have all  kinds pf ammunition |o| rifles ar$ shot  NEXT WEEK'S GRANBY MEETING.  Prciitfe.il Miner Thinks lhe Umlnj Report  Will be a Good One.  Montreal,'Sept. 29.���"Mining conditions throughout'; British Columbia  are improving,'steadily, and I am convinced that, the Pacific coast province  is now on the 1 verge of a new era. The  problem of coke supply is being gradually solved satisfactorily by the establishment of the, numerous coke ovens  at Fernie. The ^various mining companies are now paying $6,503. ton for  their coke, and. I ���think that the date  is not far removed when the companies  will he getting fuel at a much lower  figure."  The speaker was S. - H. C. Miner,  president of the Granby Consolidated  company, who, in conversation with  the Toronto Star representative today,;  discussed questions that will be taken  up at the annual meeting of the company to be held here early in October.  "Up to the present time this year  the company has 'expended over $300,-  000 in making various extensions and  improvements to the works. Without  anticipating the details of the financial  report to be presented at the annual  meeting) I might say that this entire  amount has been earned.  "The report .that will be presented  this year will be-the most satisfactory  in the history of the company, and  this will, prove particularly pleasing, in  view of the trouble being experienced  by some of the other big Canadian iri-  dustrialcoriipanies."  FIRED THE.!}  ;l$Tfil!NS  _Lv  ��� ��;  Liberals Held Me&ng Thursday Evening.  Boundary Mining Notes.  FOULSTON, -EH  SPOKE  ���.*���  <..v  Wednesday Evenlu SocliUrti Had It ���Jamil  F. Wilson at Mlptr'i Hill, at* lb*  Wa�� Filled. . .       ,   7  The Liberals held fhfc final rally of  the campaign Thursday evening at  Hardy-McKenzie haH, and had a fair  house to listen to the sj^h^f There  were present W. H. Pi". Clement, the  Liberal candidate, J. 'Wf JFbuiston, a  smelter employee,7of GtindlForks,and  who is said to have be4j7disappdinted  POST-OFFICE STORE,  Mr. Riordan on the Platform.  Wednesday evening the final Socialist  rally of the campaign was held'at Miner's Union hall, and the room was  well filled with'Socialists.... Mr. Riordan-, the candidate made an address,  to the electors present, and was followed by R. B. Kerr, who gave one  of his characteristic but very interesting speeches, showing :what Jiad; been  accomplished by one Socialisfin the'  lasr'.'legislfttiye assembly. Mr. Kerr  is undoubtedly the best speaker on die Socialist ��� side in  this campaign, and,one tljat the electors always, spein tq like tp hear, as he  attenipts, to reason out the faith that  is in him,  .]'Chairman jjanibiiry then intrqduced  Benjamin J?, -Wilson, who made a favorable impression to many on his previous visit to Phoenix, some months  since. Mr. Wilson is certainly forcible  and is thoroughly at home with his  subject, being himself an orator of no  mean ability. He spoke for an hour  and a half, and as was to be expected,  pitched into the two old parties, show-  wbfit terrible fellows, in his opinion,  the members of those parties are, As  anticipated, those present were largely  in sympathy with the speakers of the  evening,  Funeral of Archie Connor.  The funeral of Archie Connor, who  was killed last week at the Emma  mine, was held Saturday from the undertaking rooms of Clark & Binns.  The Emma mine was closed for the  day, and the men attended in a body,  the pallbearers being'Messrs. McLeod  Chaser, Morrison^ Bert, Scott and  Campbell. Rev. Thomas Green officiated, and a, Irjrge number fqllqwed the  remains 19 the graje, the ceremonies  being held under the a.uspif;es, qf  Phoenix Miners' Union No, 8, of  which Connor was n member, The  intermtmt was in the Phoenix cemetery.  Registered Voten.  In the ten Kootenny-Bcundnry constituencies in the south nncl east sections of the province in which contests  will be held to-day the the total registered vote is 8,795.  In Columbia, where the Liberal candidate has been returned by acclamation, the voters numbered 619.  The totals of the others are:  Cranbrook;,...'...   Fernie '.'.  Revelstoke... ^.  Ymir. ; . .  introduced the speaker^  Mr.Toulstonwas theAsi^ In'd in a  disconnected talk of [half In rrolur, sue-  ceeded in rambling around: in .such a  i.   rr*.v.,  'I-  manner, and in referpntfto the report  of the Royal Commissida on industrial  disputes in this province$n such a way  that he was hissed moreithan once. It  was quite evident (hat tlje majority of  the audience were not wjjtb.him, but  .rather to the contrary., |7 ���.-.-,";  Mr. Kerr also spoke for 30 minutes,  and explained some of tiie -things to  which Mr. Foulston toojc exceptidn.es-  pecially in regard to Mr; Riordan and  the eight hour question,, and particular  ly in regard to the report of the Royal  Commission.    Mr. Kerrwent into this  subject in detail, denf&l emphatically  that strikes of British (folutrnbia unions  wished to kn.qw-'why,7if. the :Rayai  Commission objeptfcd tq the affiliation  of labor men in Canada with international unions hgcfttise the wheels of  indnstry here might be allowed to rust  on orders (rqn\ outside of Canada, the  same thing'should not,apply to Slocan  mine owners, who from Spokane, Chicago or elsewhere had-gotten together  and allowed the wheqls referred to to  rqsf, simply because they .did not like  some qf the legislation in this province  ���-and had thus thrown'many men out  of employment.  Mr, Kerr concluded'by^asking Mr.  Clement to directly answer the question as to whether-he endorsed the report of the Royal Commission.  Mr, Clement spoke for an hour and  a half; and made a.good speech from  his standpoint. He had Several passages at arms with Mr. Kerr, ^asserting  that Mr. Kerr had made certain statements which the latter flatly and plainly denied then and there. The line  of Mr. Clement's argument was that it  was generally acknowledged that the  Socialists could not win to any extent  in this election, and- therefore it was  far wiser to vote for' one of th,e qld  parties, and that was th^e Liberal party  that had done so. much (W '.he VTOrk-  '"K'uetV  i\jr. Clement a.ls.q explained why he  declined to, speak on the sumo platform last week with Edward Hewitt,  formerly of Toronto, going into the  subject at some length.      <\  At length Mr.. Clement referred to  the report of the. ..Royal Commission,  which has been of so much trouble to  the Liberals in ,this campaign, and  said he would liketo read the evidence  on the subject, but from what he now  knew he would not endorse the de  daring of the unions referred to in  that report as illegal.  ���',' While conrectedjdetails are^not yet  out for September, ore. shipments from  Boundary, mines, they ^doubtless show  thelargest month in the shipping history  of ihe camp.  The Sunset shelter, at  Boundary  Falls, ha4 to bank one of its furnaces  for a short time last week, on account  of the lack of power on the C.  P.  R  to get coke through.  About 325 men are now on the payroll of the Granby mines, and close to  a hundred each are employed by the  Snowshoe and Mother Lode. All the  mines of the Boundary are still gradually  increasing the forces.  It,is understood that the people who  recently took riold, of the Volcanic, on  the North- Fork pf/the Kettle river, on  a basis of over $100,000, are miich  pleased by theteststhey have made.  The property has been worked tor years  by R;"A; Brown, the locator.  .It may be three or four weeks yet  before the Granby smelter will be  en-  ALL OVER TODAY  BUT SHOUTING  Candidate Fraser is Confident  of Winning.  MR. CLEMENT ALSO SURG OF VICTORY  Eatlnales by Each Parly of the Result In  Phoealx-Fraser's Majority will be Known  ,   Late Tbla Evenloi. .  at not getting^the Ljab^ nomination,  and R. B-'Xterrj represit'tihg the Socj -Jy^^T-i'"7.   ,.    . ,  . ,.        ...       ' , , HHi,    .,  ,      ���', -bled to blow in thetwo^ew furnaces  lahsts.    Wm. Delahayjip'fesided, and  ^rrNicft. J and 6-that are now ready for  operations with the exception of the  two, slag hauling locomotives, which  have been shipped; from- the- manufacturers.^':. -.'  NextjiTuesday is the date of the  annual general meeting of the Winnipeg  Mines,,Limited, which'will; take place  at the mine. The m\ii% is Iceeping up  its rate off Shipping twelve cars weekly,  and this week a night shift was set at  work. Some 13 men are now on the  payroll.  The annual meeting of the Granby  Consolidated takes place next week  Tuesday in Montre*i at the company's  offices in that city. ' Ihis is probably  the roost important meeting of the year  of any minitig company ��� pperating in  British Columbift, *nd the Pioneer  expects to publish some of the details  GexirgeS. Wateri(iw, itice-chatriiiari  of the Snowshoe GoSramd Copper  Mines, Ltd,, is expected '��� to arrive at  the mine some time next- week. Mr.  A, J. Mc Millan; the managingdirector,  who'came overJirorhXondon with Mr.  Waterlow, has arrived in Rossland,  and will also shortly be here. Supt.  Astley met Mr; McMillan at Revelstoke  Thursday, and accompanied him to  Rossland," where also Mrs. Astley went  on Thursday's train. Mr. Waterlow is  now at the coast.  Theresults of the strenuous work  that has been done in Grand Forks  electoral district for the last few weeks  by the numerous politicians with  which we are blessed, will be known  late this evening, when the ballots are  counted. That there has been no little  effort for the honor of being the first  member from this new riding is self-1  evident, for have we not had the glad  hand of the political worker nearly  every day for weeks agone?  At this stage of the game* when ��� it  is practically all over but the shouting^  it is interesting to note what each of  tbe three political parties think will be  the result.    Here it is.  CONSERVATIVE..  Conservatives here have figured it  out that, while Mr. Fraser will not get  a; majority here, the number that he  will receive in Phoenix will just about  be the number of his entire majority. In  other words, that he will hold his own  in Grand Forks, Cascade and other  points. That means that he will receive a majority of nearly 100 in the  riding. This is the way they put it  for Phoenix:  Fraser,  100  Clement, ..... .....  Riordan,   ELECTION DAV JOTTINGS.  Candidate Riordan went to tho  Forks Thursday,' to remain till after  the" election.  The poll will be open at the old  school house, Dominion avenue, from  9 a; m. to 7:30 p. m.  Returning Officer Cochrane was in  town Wednesday evening, and ap  pointed O. N. Galer and Isaac Crawford as deputy returning officers.  Today is , a legal holiday, having  been made so by the.-last...legislative  assembly at Victoria. All employers are required to allow their men  at least fourhours in which to vote.  Smith Curtis changed his mind  about not taking "any part in politics  at this election, and has been speaking in Rossland for Mr.' McDonald.  This week he was also in Vancouver,  talking for the labor candidates in opposition to his old enemy, Joseph  Martin. '<,'"���'���  , How the Interior Will do.  One who has followed the campaign  in the interior pretty^ closely makes the  following estimate of how the up country constituencies will go to-day:  Cranbrook riding, Thomas Caven,  ��� ~ Conservative. :.-'  Fernie riding, WV R.  Ross, Conser-  1 On lead and lea/f  A.  Frasei,  ��� 55  ���-I.25..  Nelson . ...  ,��� ������; 1  Rossland . . .  1     .1 ; ;  G(rand Ivqi-Jcs  Kaslo   Slocan   Greenwood .  1.254  , 1,1.35  ,1,085  l,064  9<j8  832  8i5  7ii  Total  8,795  Latest Prices In Melals.  Nkw Yokk���Copocr, electrolytic and  hiko, $13.00 Cii $13.25. .   ..,  Bur Silver, 5'J^.  Lead, $4.50.  Done bv She Clly Council.  , At Wednesday's meeting of the city  council not much business w^s transacted. Those pre.sePjt were. Mayor-.  Rumberger, ^ldjejn^eri ^tr^ie, Porte^-  ^ iv-^rsh^ll. J\ petition wa,s read  froi.n r^tepayers^ inking for. a, s,treel;  ligl(t pfl ^e po^ei; ^A^Wft W^We  $,w<\ s&ctmd ^tr^et, but 'mstoad of  granting .it, the council decided to  place a light on, the corner of Old  Ironsides avenue and* Second street  The following accounts were ordered  paid:  N. Lemicux, $19.00  W. S. Doyle    16.00  Pioneer Publishing Co     5.00  H. Allen,.     15.00  W. B. Willcox,     5.00  Death of FrtOL.-Cock.   ,  Frederick L. Cock, who was for  three years ��� or more a resident of  Phoenix, died last Saturday at Nahai-  mo, whither he had moved some three  months ago with his family. He had  been enjoying much better health since  moving to the coast, but was taken  down with an acute stomach trouble,  was operated upon for appendicitis and  did not survive the shock of the operation. The funeral was held under  Masonic auspices, qi^ Thursday of this  week, R.eY. J, M-. Millar, formerly of  Pho.en.tx,, ?m.d now at Nanaimo, representing King Edward lodge as pall  bearer-,  Mr, Cock was employed. by the  Granby Co, during his entire residence  in Phaonix, first as engineer and later  as machinist. He was universally respected in this community, his many  friends here boing shocked to hear of his  death. He was an active member of  the Church of England, and one of the  charter members of King Edward  Lodge No. 36, A. F. and A. M7, holding the highest position in the gift of j  that lodge at the time of his , removal  to the coast, being master. Mr. Cock  leaves a widow and   two  small  child-  Estimated total,  ;.....28o  , liberaI.  For some time Mr. Clement's can  didacy was not taken very seriously by  the other two parties, but there is no  doubt that that gentleman has been  working hard, and the Liberals now  assert that they have a good chance of  winning. As, hewever, both the other  parties agree that this cannot be, there  must be something in their contention.  At any rate, local Liberals claim to  look for the following results in  Phoenix:  Clement,  ..... 100  Fraser, ......   85  Riordan,   90  Undecided,   25  Grand ForPrnada, ani)'"^.  Conservative., ���'...'-.:'  Greenwood riding, E,,Mills,  Socialist.  Kaslo riding,   R.   F.  Green,   Conservative. ���-..'.-' .7  Nelson riding, S. S. Taylor, Liberal.  Revelstoke   riding,   Thomas  Taylor,  '���" Conservative.  Rossland riding, James A. McDonald,  Liberal.  Ymir riding,   Harry  Wright,   Conservative. .'.���'���  Estimated total, 300  SOCIALIST.  During the first part of the campaign proper the Socialists did not  make much noise, although their campaign of education, they assert, is going on all the time. But within the  last week they claim that they have  made heavy gains, and while before  they hardly hoped ��� to do more than  make a good showing, they now .look  for something more. They had not  ^expected to get a large vote in Grand  Forks, but the party leaders say that  ���the vote in that place for the Socialist  candidate wilL surprise the old party-  ites. Here is the way they have it  figured out for Phoenix:  Riordan, 177      63  Harvest Home Services.  ; Last Sunday the Methodist church,  which occupies Hardy-McKenzie hall,  held its secpnd.annual harvest home  Services^ The room was most artisti-  cally.cleGorated with fruits,- grains, grasses, vegetables,-etc., due to the untiring:  energy of Mr. Green, and presented an  attractive appearance. Rev! James  Turner, of Kamloops, president of the  conference, was present to take part in  the exercises, which were of an interesting character.  Wednesday    evening of this week,  the annual harvest home entertainment  was given at the same place, follow ed  by refreshments.    A short programme  was rendered, after which Mr.  Turner  talked for an hour and a half in an m-  terestingmanner of his early experiences,  in British Columbia   and   the   Klondike, in both of which he was a pioneer-  when pioneering meant  something  to  those who undertook it.    The hall was  crowded to its utmost capacity, and  a  goodly sum was netted for the treasury  of the church.  Fraser,  Clement,.  39  Estimated total, ......... 279  Tomorrow morning at 11 a. m.,.  a union service will beheld in the Presbyterian Church, to be addressed by  the Rev. J. G. Shearer of Toronto, the:  General Secretary of tbe Dominion'.  Lord's Day Alliance. Subject, "The  Struggle for the Lord's Day in Canada."'  Everybody invited.  Miss Thompson, stenographer to>  the officials of the Granby Co. for the:  last five or six years, arrived this week  on a vacation ti > see the large mines,,  of which she has probably written more-  details than any other living person-  She was ' formerly in the company's-  office in Montreal, then in New York,  and is now located in Spokane in a  similar position.  Beginning today t^e Ro,y��r stage line,  connecting vvith, the Great Northern at  Gnmd, F*��k.s, will put in commission a  new four horse stage that will acepm.-  modate twelve people. NJr.. Rpyer,. is  getting ready fc-r tb,�� t;r&\et toan.4 fiwn  the. .Soojupe fat^ta.t.e. $&{��-,  >fo .announcement Jn change of time  an the C. P. R. has yet been made, and  probably will not be till next week. It  seems to be the impression that the incoming train will reach Phoenix about  six in the evening, and the outgoing  train leave at six in the morning, when  the change does take effect. However,  there is nothing official as yet.  Liberal ideas, Liberal legislation,  and Liberal precession are secured by  voting the Liberal ticket. *  �����tine t  1 .i-.v.fs.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  mines lor 1900, for 1901, for  Pasl  1901 190a 1903  2S1.762  1,731  The following table gives the ore shipments of Bound  1902, aud tor 1903, as reported to tktf Phoenix Pioneer  1900  Granby Mines, I'Uowix     04,533  Snowshoe, 4'         297  Brooklyn, "             150  M.otb,er JLpile, Deadwood      5,340  Sunset, "    Morrison, "    R. 0, Mine,        Summit     19,494  R. Bell, "       Kiniiia, "       Oro Denoro "       Winnipeg,    Wellington       1,076  Golden Crown,       "             2.250  Athelstan, "             1,200  King Solomon, W.Copiier        .....  No.7Mine, Central        ....  City of Paris, "     ......     2,000  Jewel, LongLaJie         H>0  Carmi, \ye&t Fork   Providence,   Providence   Elkhpfft...   Rnhv.     Boundary Fallp   Miscellaneous. .."'...7...      3k2S0  igoa  309,858  20,800  259,205  53,812  Week  8,803 \  2,370  99r034  802  150  47,405  5H0  650  1,040  350  890  SO  3,456  141.326  7,455  14^811  8,530.  785  <;25  2.1:3.  92,543  14,02S  2,831)  19^365  i:s,0J6  6,964  I.HIK>  2,040  2,9121  288  240 f  270  219  325  705  TotaJ, tons     99^730  Granbv Smelter treated, tons..   62:387  390,000  230.828  507.545 4l��,81-8  312,3il0 238,690  16,158^  8,899 k  _�����  \A ^  ���H  j; ��jr  i > V  i, ,;~  i4l*air  ��� Si  H  t  ?5  5  V  J  'I"  i ��� i - ��� .��-i- -��i��� ��\  r.i'sJil1 J,  if  -M  f!i  11  �����  ���  if  o  hi  IF  1  1  ��  fl?  SI  !S|;i  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Bottadary Mining Journal.  ISSOBD ON SATDRDAV BV THB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT rBOENIZ. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  - ,���!.-_-.   { Business office No. :4.  Telephone.!   j itumW residence. No. is.  CDBSCKIPTIOMS IK ADVANCE.  Per Year - ..-  4����e  lis Months  - <-'S  Ifvou are not a subscriber to this paper, this  is an intltaUon to vou to become one,  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal noUces io and j cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  <UNlON('  1903  OCT.  1903  Sun. No*.  Tuts. Wid.V Th..  Fri.   Sat.  1  2    3  4    5  6    7    8  9  10  U   \2  J3   J4 15  16 17  18  19  20  21 22  23 24  25 26  27  28 29  30 31  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Wut Enough���We should think a  man as much married as the average  Turk would get war enough at home.  ���Montreal Star.  More Cr-RTAiN���The nearer election day conies the moie certain it is  the McBride government will be returned.���Fort Steele Prospector.  Put Behind���British Columbia has  now put behind her her policy of  shaky coalitions. Give her a chance  to make a good start under the best  conditions by helping to give tbe government a large majority.���Vernon  News.  Our Next Membi.r���Geo. A. Fraser, the conservative candidate v\;ll be  the ne\t member for Grand Forks riding. This goes without saying. Rumor hath it that he is slated for an  important portfolio in the impending  re-arrangement of seats in the cabinet.  ���Grand Forks News-Gazette.  ..............  JM*����  In Many Paris���Some comment  has made at a distance on the fact  that the remarkably rich discoveries of  free milling gold in the Lardeau has  caused so little excitement throughout  Kootenay. The explanation is that  there are similarly rich finds in man}  parts of the Kootenay.���Nelson Economist.  Up to today  the political prophet  has been doing all kinds of business  When the polls are closed tonight we  shall see how good a guesser he is.  Just before^-flTis weeK^-Common  practice for sonWie vjsiiiahs to make  claims of great gains. Such claims  should be discounted about 75 per ceut.  The tale of the ballots will be told  to-day all over the province, and by tonight the suspense will be over. There  is every reason to believe that the McBride government will be sustained by  a working majority.  It is a little peculiar that the individual reports from Poplar creek do  not agree with the highly colored  newspaper reports���not by a good  deal. The farther away, also, the  more alluring the published reports.  Vi:ky Smisi-actorv���The report  being received from various parts of  the Province as to the prospects of the  campaign are very favorable to the  Government. Throughout the prov-  vince the Conservative candidates are  men of good repute, generally thoroughly representative of their communities and well informed as to the possibilities and requirements of the district,  trite suffrages of the people of which  they are now seeking.���Vancouver  News-Advertiser.  * OLLfl PODRIDA. *  Differences in regard jo the bound  ary of Alaska are now being threshed  out by the much heralded commission  in London. Whether rightly or wrongly, the impression prevails that Uncle  Samuel will get the best of it in the  end.  '  The siren song of the hard-working  politician is to-day silent throughout  the province, and the silent falling of  the ballots is the great incident of the  day. To-morrow those elected to stay  at home will be telling all about how  it occurred.  A feeling is prevalent that the McBride government will be endorsed at  the polls to-day, and it seems fully justified. The Socialists will poll more  votes than ever before, and the Liber  als will make strong efforts to win, but  it is next to certain that the Conservatives will come out on top.  "How is your school of journalism  doing?" "Well, it is a little slow. We  have no trouble in getting people who  are willing to be teachers. The trouble is to find anybody who doesn't  think he knows all about how a newspaper ought to be run."���Washington  Star.  Jack Munroe, formerly a Phoenix  miner, now says he will begin at the  bottom and fight his way up to Jeffries. Well, perhaps that is the easiest  way out of the pr&>ent difficulty.  High society customs don't go at  Macon, Aa. A woman has been arrested down there for wearing a decollete gown on the street.  ���  ��� It js  reported  now   that cowboys  on P. Burns' ranges in Alberta have  discovered  large  fields  of anthracite  coal sixty miles   north  of the Crow's  Nest region.    Does this mean another  cinch for Patrick?  Joseph Martin is reported to have  expressed a desire to stay at home and  practice law, rather than trouble himself about matters at the parliament  buildings at Victoria. There is every  chance that his wish will be gratified,  and it will be a good thing for the  province, too. Joseph is a fighter���  too much of a fighter, however.  It is up to the electors of this riding  today to decide whether they want a  Conservative, Liberal or Socialist to  represent them at Victoria���whether  they prefer George A. Fraser, representing the party in power, with a  vigorous young leader; W. H. P.  Clement, in a leaderless party, or John  Riordan, Socialist, whose ideas have as  yet had no trial whatever.  Loyalty to one's own  town and its  institutions pays and pays a high rate  of interest to every  business man in  that town.    Here and there, occaeion-  ally, may be found a mars who thinks  it -economy to hold,aloof (torn jHjbJie  spirited enterprises, but e*perieneebas  proved that he is only standing in his  own light   The best example of this  Is the Interstate fair, held annually at  Spokane.    By  working   together, the  business men of the Inland Empire  ���capital have built   up   an   enterprise  that brings millions of dollars to that  place from ��� territory  two   or   three  ^hundred miles away in every.direction.  ,'Spokane has benefited immensely by;  tthis wise concert of effort, and what  'has been done there .can foe d^pe in  Other live cities. '   j  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  Good advertising is a great dividend  paying investment.  Facts  are  the  weapons adwriters  should be armed with.  Advertising regulates the peace of  those who travel the road to success.  Yes, advertising is as old as history  itself���but most every man ffnds some  new wrinkle about it every day.  To be born with the ability to advertise well is better than a silver spoon  in one's mouth.  Trying to build up a business without advertising is like trying to climb  a plate glass window ���no pegs to hang  on.  I Liberals and tbe Chinese.  In the House of Commons, Ottawa,  on September 24, Mr. Bennett, ..Conservative, moved that a clause be inserted in the Grand Trunk Pacific bill,  prohibiting the employment of Chinese  on the construction of that public  work. Not a single Liberal supported  the motion, which was voted down,  though all the Conservatives in the  House stood by Mr. Bennett in his  efforf ito secure immunity from Chinese  eompstrnm.  Owes His iMg 19 9 Neighbor's Kindness.  Mr. D. P. Qim&erty, \te\l known  thioiiehont Mer/'ar and tymwer counties. VV. Va. , moat llkelv owes tyw life to  the kindness 01 a neighbor. He was almosthopelessly afflicted wilh diarrhoea;  was attended 'by two physician*, who  gave him little, if any, relief,, when a  neighbor learning; ol hiH fierions' condition.1 brought him a bottle of Chaiiiber-  laui'e .Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea.  Remedy, which cured him in less ���than-  twenty-four hours. For sale i. by all  druggists. >  i b: c mining :  ��*���������������������**..������������*..������������������ ..?j!l.t...............  Silver at 59 cents looks good to the  silver lead miners of the'provini e,, '  Vniir'.s ore and .bullion shipments  last month to the United States. .iv&e  valued at $83,893.  Slocan City mining division has  shipped ajittle under a thousand tons  of ore so far this year.  ., On the. Lug^ Jack j at vPoplar, 21  sacks of ore were taken out a few days  ago that will net '$9,000.  Altogether about 200 tons weekly  are now being shipped from the different mines in the Slocan.  A cabled report savs that the LeKoi  operations for August show aggregate  shipments of 15,865 tons, with estimated profits of $14,750.  James F. Wardner, the best known  mining man in the Kootenays, recently reported dead at Milwaukee, is  back in the Kootenays again.  The Laideau is a land of surprises.  It contain!, gold, silver, copper and  lead in abundance, and now asbestos  is reported to be discovered near Ger-  raid.  The Biitish Columbia Standard  company is preparing to rush work on  the new aerial tramway now commencing, to connect the Hunter V. mine,  with the railroad. ���  Last week Republic mines  shipped  1,500 tons of ore,  of  an   estimated  value ol $18,000.    The ore   went to  the ''Nelson,'   Boundary    Falls    and  Taconu smelters.  ���1  Charles Elmore, inventor and patentee of the E[more_pjl process of concentrating, will arrive at Rossland  about October 10th, to inspect the Elmore plant at 'the LeRoi No. 2   mine.  A contract was closed this week'by  the Minnesota Silver company with.B.  C. Riblet for the construction of a mine  tramway at the company's property  near Sandon. Work will be started  immediately. ,    , ,  F V. Marment, a director of the B.  C. Exploi ing Syndicate, has left London for British ^Columbia, accompanied  by Mr. William. Jones, who will report  on the Iron Mask mine, Kamloops, on  behalf of the Ashanti Lands, Ltd.  Shipments for the last' week from  Rossland camp were 9,560 tons,, the  details being. Le Roi, 5,760, Centre  Star, 1,440; War Eagle, 1,170; LeRoi  No. 2, 760; Jumbo, 200, Spitzee, 30,  I. X. L. (milled), 300; total, 9,560.  Year to date, 286,958 tons. .  .  Hick and,Frank, two prospectors  who have been two years hunting for  Hematite on Vancouvor Island,- have  located a Jarge body on Quatsmo  Sound. The* ore runs exceptionally  high, showing an average of 53.8 per  cent, by .government assay... ./  A company with $1,500,000 capital  has been formed to take over the now  famous Lucky Jack and Swede groups  at Poplar creek, including'the Oyster-  Cntenon and other well known Lar-  deau properties. Some twenty-one  properties are included in the deal.  To^the Electors of Grand Forks Electoral  ..^���;7'':-        ���'���'".   District. --'-  ���Spokane Fair Opens Monday  The Spokane Interstate Fair, which  opens next Monday, October 5, prob  ably will be the" most complete and  best all around exposition and "-fair'  ever held in the Inland Empire." " Each  department will be mote extensive and  will cover the ground rtlore thoroughly  than ever before. This is true of Ilie  mining departmerft, oPthe department  of fine arts, of the racing, of the stock  show and of agricultural and fruit  departments*. ��� The fair "itself wilKbe  held in the outskirts of the city, and  is only open during the day, but down-'  town there will be the biggest carnival  and mardi gras ever seen in''Spokane.  The Jabour Carnival and Circus com-'  pany gives this down town show, and  Colonel George Jabour has this time  the finest collection of vaudeville, cii*r  cus and carnival features and people  ever brought to the rtbrth Pacific coast.  Ftixovv.Electors:  .:. ��"��� i;-A :\ -7,. ��.������������  At the request ol the Liberal Association of this'riding I have consented  to contest the coming election in lhe  Liberal interest. While I personally regret that thehonor of carry ing the Liberal  standard to victory has not fallen to  other and stronger hands than mine, it  is with no misgiving: as to the result  that, I enter oh'-the''campaign. I am  m this battle to win, if by strenuous,  straight-forward fighting any political  battle; can "be won'. I. believe it can.  What is needed is united effort on the  pan of Liberals and all others who  desire to see reform in the government  of this province.''  The condition of the province-has  become intolerable. Blessed by Providence with.vast stores of wealth in  mines, forests, a^ricultuinl, lands' and  fisheries, lliitisb;CoIumbia has had its  veiy" good mined to evil by a long  series of personal, sectional clique  governments' of : men who have exploited the. people's property for pri  v.iie gain. - We have a population ol  177,000���men, women and children,  Indians and Onentals���and a public  debt of $6,300,000, representing $35  per head, or $175 at least for each  adult man in the province. I'lie average cost-��� of government m the other  pioyinces ot Canada is about $2 per  head per., annum; with its it is seven  tune's greater, oi;$i.].25 per head. In  salaries alone we pay more tlian $2 a  head, or over $3-0,000 a year.  lively year we expend more than our  income... ��� La-it year we went further  into.debt.to the time of $750,000; and  Mr Cartel-Cottoii, a former Conservative finance minuter, says that if-the  accounts of the last tour years were  properly invesligited it will be found  thiti'n that.short,-time' we have spent  $5,000,000 , mpr�� than our revenue  irom all sources, j  The present premier was a member  of the assembly during those four years  and he has ���never; protested against the  prodigal scale.of expenditure. ��� On the  contrary, the very assets from which a  lund "might he derived to meet the cost  of government have been wasted.' As  a minister of the Crown, Mr. McBride  was a party to the orders-iri-council  granting large; areas of valuable coal  and petroleum lands, in Southeast  Kootenay to the C. P. R.���a fraud,  upon the 'legislature,-which, was prevented, not by Mr.' McBride, but by  the watchful zeal of a Liber.d member  The excuse given by Mr.-McBride for  Ins official act in agreeing to the grants  shoivs that he is utterly unworthy to;be  trusted with.the care of the people's  property. , He took the word of"a Col  league that it was all right. What  guarantee have we that another colleague will not Again hypnotize Mr.  McBride into giving away further tracts  of the public domain?  But when bona fide localoisjcomply  with the law of the province, stake  coal lands according to law, and tender the price fixed ��y law, Mr. McBride refuses" tn 'grant' the licences  which the law says shall be granted to  those who have followed the requirements ot the-Art. He prefers to keep  the qtn-stion daiijdinu fur parly advantage,���ihe last refuge of a weak ooli-  tii'inn. Or is ihai he still ho|>es to  "deliver the goods" to the C. P. R.?  I>y a piece of trickery quite in keeping with ihe traditions ol the political  gamesters with whom he has been so  lone, and still i* associated, the honorable premier has cut short the campaign. It will be almost'" impossible for me 10 have the privilege  of seeing you all personally in the  three weeks lef'. before polling day.  For this reason I publish this open  letter in order that you may know  wh��re I stand on the issues before you.  It is now your turn to take peisonal  part in the government 'of yourr province. Act in the way you want youi  representatives in parliament to act.  Vote with a single eye to the best interests of bur common country. As  the candidate of the Liberal party, 1  respectfully ask your votes and your  iiifluer.ee to elect me because I believe  that neither at the hands of the .McBride government, nor at the hands of  the theorizing socialists will any practical, business-like improvement, upon  the past misdoings take place.  The Liberals have had no opportunity to show their mettle in the jioli.i-  cal arena, of this province. But the  administration of public affairs .by a  Liberal government at Ottawa since  1896, is a sii iking example of what  Liberalism in action means. National  unity from ocean to ocean; a loyalty  to British connection evidenced in  deed instead of mere lip loyalty; a  system of taxation equal in incidence  and in protection to home industry instead of a system of government aid to  favored manufacturers: a determined  stand against ."the Oriental deluge of  low-standard civilization; an honest effort to bring capital and labor into  harmonious working for the good of  all; energetic work toward, peopling  the west and toward providing (adequate transport facilities; air these and  whatever else tends to the betterment  of; the Canadian people are the ulaiiks  of the Liberal platform in the federal  field., The same broad ideas.dominate  the Liberals of British Columbia.  I am in hearty accord with the platform and manifesto of the Liberal party in the province. When elecied, I  shall endeavor to put the principles  set forth in them-into practice. 1 shal  particularly support the following principles as ol immediate interest to' thi-  riding.  1. The peoples' pr.iperty wnethei  land, timber, mineral;, or the fisheries  should bendminisieied lor ilie benefn  of the whole people with a view lo lessening the huge burden of debt am  taxation now restinu on us. Only  those who in good faith will tuilizeom  public property iii forwarding seiile-  ment and developing our natural industries should lie allowed to ticipiii'i  an interest in any part of the 'publii..  domain.  2. The mining laws should In  amended and .'simplified niter a cukIii  enquiry through a competent niininis-  sion. Then tinkering with them  should cease. In ihe developineni  stage there should be no luxation in  miners or milling property. Developed mines should bear theii shiireoi thi  public burdens in piopoitioii to tin  net output. v  3. No further aid in laud or mime)  should,be given by ibis province to  transcontinental railway piujects. dullest liberty should be given 10 the V..  V. vt K.(,riiilway company to complete  the construction ol their line. Although I was at one time |nofes^iim��iI!>  employed against that company,;i'id did  my duty, 1 liope, to my 'clients, I am  ready to support any action which may  be deemed nei:essaiy to place beyond  any doubt the right ol the V., V. &  K. to build their contemplated line  through to the Pacific coast. In reference io the North and-Squth lines  through the valleys of British Columbia 1 should support uoverumeut construction with the idea of leasing completed lines as teeclers to the through  lilies on such terms as will keep the  province in control of passenger and  freight rates and secure a rental sufficient to pay the interest on the cosi  of construction.  4. The province should set the  example of obedience to its own laws.  It under our statutes individuals have  acquired rights,in the public domain,  such rights should be at once transferred to them.  '��� -The course of the government in  reference to the coal lands of East  Kootenay shows that in their opinion  ���we are governed not by law, but by  their whim as influenced by the couni  of voters'noses.  I have the honor to be your mosi  obedient servant,  WILLIAM H. P. CLEMENT.  THEPIONEER  7  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  ComminHliMicr for taking At'llilnvlia,  Phoenix, B.  B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B. C.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A. M.  RcUiilHrcoiiimiiiilciitioii 8 p. ni. Second Thur*iny of each month.  Knicrgent iik-cIIuks bsckIIciI: MrsoiiIc  Hull, Morrison-Anderson Hlock.  G. VV.KUMBKKOKK,  Secrelnrv.  W.a.KRVSHR,  W.M.  Phoenix Federal Labor Union   No. 155   Meets Thursdays at 8 p. in. at Alin-   ers' Union.Hall.���   N. I.KVIIKUX.l'iei.      J. RIORDAN, Sec'y.  PHOENIX mit  NO. 158.  Mritings oil Fiiday  Ml �� JK|i.lll., Mlutl,'  UnUi Hull.  VixilliiK   liii'Uimi  vorillnlly invited,.  THOS I.VO>   , "tc��.       W.M. I'l.KMiNC, Secy  GEORGE GIBSON'  '���SHAVING PAKl.OKS  anii BATHROOM.'-'  PhoeoiVB. C.  ftiuvcN-VVIIllniit* Mock,cor.  Kirsl niitl Old IroiiHiili.M Ave  APPLICATION  FOR   TRANSFER  LICENSE.  OF    LIQUOR  Notice is herubvKivt'ii tliat I will iniiki-  npjilii-Jitii>i> lo .the. ftiiiri! uf l,iretiH>  Oiinnnin-ioiieie of lhe Cilvof I'lincnix,  lit their ni'.xt inew.iii);, for'tin- tmni-fi-r  of the Liquor l.iceiife now held hv n.u  for I lie ���'.-miiniil" holi-l, Miuiite on lot  10, hloi'k 15. Old Ironehlt'B .Siili-diviyii.n  of I'hoenix, It. C, (o Jameu Marcliull  ami l'\ P. SIicii. -.������'-,  Dutwl- this Kill iluv''of .liijv, A. I).  1!)03. "      .       ���   .  T. H. 'RICHARDS,''  APPLICATION  FOR   TRANSFER  LICENSE.  OF    LIQUOR  .Notire in hereby jriveii ilnU we will  make ii|i|>lirufioii to l lie Board of Licence  CuiiiiiiihBioiiorf of the i jty of Phoenix  at their next ineetiuir for V transfer of  the Liquor l.ieen>e now held by im for  the "Bellevue" hotel, cil'iHte on lot ]8.  block 18, Old Ironuide Kiib-divieion of  Phoenix, B. C ,' to Alexander Uriegir  and IIugh,>Iclhumid.  Diittd .litis  17ih  duv of'Julv, A. D.,  1903. - ; ' '  E. P.'SHKA.  JAMKS.MARSHAIX.'  UNION  PACIFIC  ^OREGON  SHOIgrllNE  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  The most perfecty appointed Health  deluding Turkish  aij'l        curative  Subscribe to the  Phoenix Pioneer  .arid get j;he bpst ^Boundary; weekly.  Latest Mlnloj  Stock  Quotations,  -  ASKH)  Bin  American Boy  , ,  .:;   i*  AV,  Ben Hur      .              V6  UlacL Tail          s  2  Canadian Gold Fields  Hi  Iffi"  Cariboo, Camp McIC (ex div )  .       &%  -H  Center fator         -  n  20  Denoro Mines  IS  Fain lew..,,      4  3 '  Fisher Maiden  JJS  2  (iiant         .          i          ������,   ���   ���  I              2\A  2  Granby Consolidated  U SO      fa 50  International Coal  5*    "  'Af'r  Lone Fine            .        .   .  4  I  Morning Glory ,.r'        ,  2 .,    ,  i%  Mountain I.ion  34      ..  2K  North star, (E K ),    ,     . ,'  JItf''  ���Hi  Pay lie  ;.  !o  Quilp    /.             .        ...  Rambler Cariboo  34  22  Republic                       . .  5  3--  ���>an Poll  3'A  2  sullitflu    -  5^  4  rom Thumb  4)1  M  War Eagle Consolidated  Waterloo (Asi raid)  M  �� II  7  1)4  White Be$r........��. ;-...  ....;. -. 4 u;.  ;. 3%  and Pleasure Kesoit i|i,the West, with a com  pletc system of Kaths^iucliiaiiiK Turi   '  ItusMiiii.. Open the.year,round., The  properties of-its-waters are uuequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Troubles. ' -,'..���  T-oi Healing all. Kidney, Liver and $t.omach  ailments.    ' .:' .'--'���  For KlimiuatiiiK all Metallic Poissiis from the  System ,'.--, .  ..,,,) .i ;i.   i ,      -.;..  The'gi'audeiir of the scenery.-is unrivaled.-:  Mountains, snow peaks, forests..lake.s,waterfall.s,  bolting, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursions,  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed for  mildness.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the .Union as the Great Railway  running the "Pioneer Limited" train's  every'day and night between St. Paul  and Cliicatco, and Omaha rind Chicago,  '"The ohty'perfwt'trains in the worl I."  TJmlei'tftiind; . Connections are made  with All Transcontinental I-ineP, assim  ing to passengers the best service known.  Luxuriouscoaches, electric light*, ��tea in  ���heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that' your ticket, reads via "Tbe  Mil��aiikee"ttbi:n going to any point in  the United States or Canada. All ticket  agents-sell them.-: ���:���-  For.rates, 'pamphlet* or other informal ion .address, ,        :  H. S. Rowe,  ���   General Agent,  ;  POKTr.AND.OR  Phoenix Home Brewed  W  LAGER  BEER  Brewed by a home iiiMitution, has proven  the test and haw made a  Host of Friends  iiho testify to its GoodQiiah'ties  PHOENIX BEBWERY,  JUUUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix.  and union Pacific  <' ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Dailv.  Steamship tickets to Kuropeand other  foreign coiii-trieii.  Leaves  Dally  Spokane Time Schedule.  Effective Dec. jj 1902  Arrive:;  Dally  -.45 a.m. FAST MAIL���To and from  Coenr d'Aletie district, Farm-  iiiRton Carfield ' olfnx. Pull,  man, *Mo��co\v, ���Pomeroy,  Wiiitsbuig, Dnytoil, VV n 11 a  Wallu, Peiidlelou, linker City-  and hI! points East ..6.351* m.  4:15 p. 111. EXPRESS���For Fariningtoii  Garfield, Colfax,   Pullman, '  Aloscovv.r.ewlslon, Portland  -      ���   '    Kater <-��y  R. L.-Kord,    ���',..  Crav. Pass. Agt.,.'.  's'l'OKANE.WN  THE MASTER ti  " 0 A J? lj ��i Js;. ^n ud   ,..., ^,^x-r    JC'S PtTRE  TAif SOil? ^e��ils. aiidfSsQjOcns .the skhi,. jVhile  promptly cleaiisjn'g'ijt 6f;grease7'6^1, Fust;"etc.  rmral"""- '  ���---���--   <���---..*_-  _t.-x.   Free  Toilet Soap Co., Mfrs, Montreal.  ml��abI?/or. mechanics, farruera, s^offsmen.!  ee Sampfe oh receipt brie for postage.   Slbert|  '' Typewriter For Stale; '"  '���'JFpr saleiVSmith-Premier No7 r'type-  viritdr in good condition at reasonable  price, inquire,at the Pioneer office.  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPARf)  ipDifOUKTAIN ll'Y.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  ..    :;;7V;v:V.,and':E.7Ry.' -7'^-:  TKtMiily all-rail route between all points east  vial, nndsouth to.Rossland,Nelson and all in  tennedlate-points; connectiiiB at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. ��  N Co   "���-'���'���'��������� .  Cojpiects at Rosslaiid and' Nelson with Canadian Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects-at Curlew with stage foi Grfen  wood aqd Sfidway. B.C.  I- Buffet cars run on passenger trains between  tweehSpokaire and Republic.      ,        ,  >���:!������.- .-���-���-'  EFFECTIVE NOV. 32. 1002.  Leave.  .Vrrlve  ^9:25 a', m^.'..'.;;.,..';....Spokane...'..,  ���iO:i5a..-ms.,  7:00 a. m....  10:35 a. m   10:24 a. m-.'.'..'.  9:15 a. m   1-  i  ....s^s P- "��  K6sslclrd 55:10 p. m.  ....I'NeisDi:'... .........S 00 p. wa  .....Graiia'I>urlcs..,.-.-.-....'...i|MO v. m.  ���.-.'.���.!7CMr)ew.'..-.'r.'.-.:i::-.i-../...'4'l(I p. ��n.  ......^epubjic ..^:v.;..:.;...;.5i^> P-��.  H.A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokane, VVash,  'I he best established and regulflted hostelry ip the IJoqiv '  dary.    We are centrally lonnted in our new stables with  a complete outfit ot'Saddle and  Driving Horses.    The  best of rigs.      Parties  driven  to  any Uoundqry   point.  The Best Lethbridge Coal Promptly Delivered.  Mclntyre & HcDonald, Props.  Old Ironsides  Addition  a**����a*����������������*t��*������(��*6�������*e*����*i��t*��**��*��*����t��i��  San Francisco, .���~i  and al! points EAST  EX PRESS--From nil points  East, linker City. Knu Fran.,  Cisco, Portland, Colfax, Oar.  field and Parmiugton ;,...g.joa. m.  ���Except Sunday.  SHORT LINK TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Route.  Steamers sail from Aiiisuorth dock, Portland,  at 8 p. 111. and from Spear Street wharf, SauFran.  Cisco, at loo, in. every five days.  Tickets 011 sale at all S. F. & N. Stations.  For further information as to rates, tunc of  trains, equipment, etc., address  GEO. J. MOHI.ER.Geiieral Agent,  Riverside Ave,,Spokane, Wash  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  I'apitttl Authorized,  npitrtl Paid up,   -  Reserve Hmd, -.   -  ������'    THE SOEMC LINEv;  Through-Salt' Lake City, Leadville, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver, and  the famous Rocky' MCUriiain Scenery by Daylight to all points East.  ^;"Fiast.Trains^iiy-Pet;-Qflden-,and Denver.Jj  MODERN   EQUIPMENT, THROUGH. PULLMAN   AND TOURIST  SLEEPING   CARS   AND    SUPERB    DINING    CAR   SERVICE.  -   f3.000.000 00  2,310.(>7f).00  I1KAD OFKjeJf, SHKIIItflUKK, fjPp.  Wii.i.iui Fa|��w(sm,, Pri'Bideiit.  Ja1|KS MACKINNON, fil'tl. MftllH|I><'l,t  8. V. M"iikv, Innpeetor,  RKMJTTANCKIS  May be rnnde to 11II purfs of  America,  England,   Irelnnd,  Scotland,  Kuiopii and Apia  Ry means of the drafts  issued   by (his  Bank directly on agents'in thoBecuiiii-  tries.  Cheapest, Safest, ami  Most Convenient  way of sending money.  At Points In Kuhopk  Where there are no banking facilitiep \vn  ran mnke leniiftanciH ilireet. i.i> navee  for  whicli   we  hiive  epeeial   itlriinge.  menlH.   Tit.'.NsfKit ov  Fun'ds by-vvjj'f!-'  or cable n.itilfi \v!|j'p'(|('HJ)'i;d.''  Ppkci.vi, A��)iNTii j.v China and .Iapa*,  The Hong Kpne ami Shanghai Banking  ,  Corporation.  ClipqtiPB will nlao he furnished at short.  notice on any part of ttin world where  banking facilities are available.  ftor raltes, Iq\dpfs antj other  j inform.atjpn, a.d.dress,  f LUNNfED.  .W; C. RjcBRIDE, Gen. Agent,  *������'       1 ii'VMst.; Portland,  Ore.  Savings Bkancii Dbimrtment.  Deposits received from One Dollar and  upwards.   Interest allowed from date of  deposit and compounded annually.  ��� iknkhai. Banking and Loan Businkhb.  Collectioni) made promptly.   Letters  of credit issued.  Your business is solicited nnd will  alwavs receive careful and courteous attention.  N. H. SLACK, Acting Manager,  1, ���!, 3iv.c,   "."���i.PntfetflxBrtinoh  .''ll'l-l'   ���r,:i��!i  j. yata^wB.^-.  Mli^?��^S^^SSS��S^^SS^^SSS3g3^1 THE PHOENIX PIONEER  STRENGTH - AND - SIMPLICITY  Are two of the good points of the  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada.. ;  A Standard Visible Writer.  _ The Maximum of work  vvitj  the minimum of time and labor.  Write for Calalofcin-.  THE LINOTYPE  COMPANY,  MONTREAL, QUE.  ��r  "--���- #  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Tai.kkii ok at  IIOMB AMI, ELSEWJIHkB  ��� ���������������������f>  j P. Burns & Co. ���  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CRKKK, CiKEi'NVVOOD, li. C.  IIKADQUARIKR.S, NKI.SON, II, C.  ...'.- .--Wholesale and "��� Detail Meat Merchants, s  Markets at Nelsot., Kaslo,'Three Forks, Sandon,'Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Vmir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  Ml  orders receive prompt attention.'  ,M��������l>>��IM����H��<ll��tMMtllllDltlllll|l(MIMiMt  PALACE EXCHANGE STAGE  LINE.  I  I  I  I  So we are to have a Coast-Kootenay  railway, and have it right away, after  fill.    At least that is the report from  the coast, with the addition thjtfi.Me-  Lean Uros. are to build it.7 7 This reminds us of the time that the C. P. RJ  was building  the  Boundary   branch.'  There had been talk of a railway into  this section for'years, and  IVCv Cor-  liiii had made repeated efforts, to get a  Dominion charter to build. 'Finally,,  when he was turned down, the C. P.K.  promised to  build  it.     After it had  been   under   construction   for! some  months on the eastern end, and perhaps  ���a thousand men were onjployed, many  people, in-the Boundary "did not  believe it would   ever   reach   our    big  mines.    Duncan Ross,, editor uf the  G reen wood Times, ��� made a' trip over  the line on horseback, and wrote it up  in his weekly paper, to prove the case.  When we hear of some active construction work  hereabouts, it will'be  lime  enough to put credence in  these reports that are wafted  over .the mountains from Vancouver..        ',  (*���*���***������������������������**  ������������������������������������**���**������*�����������������<  ! World Wide Mining  lie road it built,1 it is  'IV'V  '  '���'��� Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave IMioenix at ro a.m, Leave Greenwood at 3 p.  Thursdays and Saturdays,  FOUR-FOOT WOOD   FOR  SALE.  in.  ��a6cA��c��.  A. S/4 PAW, Proprietor.  "        HAS OPENED A  Carriage and Wagon Shop  IN CONNECTION! WITH THE III.ACKSJIITH   SHOP,  Contracting and Building,  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Full Line of Hard Woods.   Shop on Dominion Avenue ,  APPLICATION  FOR   TRANSFER  LICENSE.  OF   LIQUOR A temarkoble Record.  1    Chamberlain's Ciiuirh   Keinedy  has a  ..  ,...-..... ,     rouinikiiulii record.    Jt has been  in use  Notii'P is litTi-hy .-given 'lint we will fur uvi��r thirty yeur��, dtirini.'whirh lime  make appli iition id il.e. Iinurd <if License niuny miHiim liotlles have been sold hixI  Commissioners of 1 lm Cit.y <tf Phoenix. : usi'd*. It has Jong been thestiin<lnnl ami  at 'illt*Ir next mei'tinir, f"r a transfer nf | muin reliance in tlie treatment of croup  the l.iipi.ir Lieense hulil liy ns for-the , m iijonwands of homes,vt'lihiiinttull this  '"Mapl" .Leaf" hotel, situate "ii lot 0. j imiumio case has ever tiuen  reported lo  lilni'k  1. t).d  Luiiifi��ii'H snli-division   of  Phoenix, H. C. to John   llurtiiiun   anil  AueiiHt.f. Pilt��i<r.  Dated thin 25th day of Julv. lilffit.  ALKX. CKKIG-i,  H.  .MoDOXAI-D,  lliemiiuufiteturerein which it failed to ef-  feci a cure. When given as suon'as the  cliiltl becomes hoarse or even as soon as  thtfcroiipy cough appears, it will prevent the attack. It is pleasant Io take,  many children like it. It contains no  opium or other harmful  substance ami  ^<i>^X^><^>^<^*Ks>^<i^^ ! ���������������-���' l'�� Kjvi'ii aa confidently to a I why us  |vwwv .        loan adult.    1-or sale l>y ail   drmririsis.  I   Ajjent for   PABST AND  CALGARY  8, GHEigEg,  M4na**i**- 4&i<*  GREENWOOD  JOB PRINTING  We do the kind you want,  but which you rarely see ���  the kiiid that'is Neat, Glean,  Original ai}d Effective.  Tips the only completely  equipped Printing esUtbhsh-  inent ill the Ijqmitl'iry gcpii-  pyipg jts, own imiiding.  Can wo print for you ?  When th  than likely to.be constructed; by the  C. P. K. or by the Great. Northern,  and not by any independent outfit,  like the McLean Bros, elftiiri to be,  arid then beat the mercy of connecting  lines. It would be a good deal like  the building of the HotfAir line to  Republic from Grand Forks/- '  ....    w -;>7 -7  George Ade has evidently'had some  experience in mining investments for he:  writes" feelingly oiithb.subjqct, find says/  in a recent syndicate article:  The expert'employed; by the company had just completed'his third Dream  and estimated that the Lodes somewhere  in the Vicinity' contained $40,000,000  worth of Something; and how it "was  merely necessary to go ahead and find  it. The Stock offered at 8c. a share  would be advanced to $i,r<j. on Jan.ist.  Accompanying the Canfide.ntittl Letter  was a Half-Tone Picture of the" Mountains, merely as an Evidence of Good  'aith. The Mark had readsomewhere  that anyone'who comes into Property  is not considered a True Spppt until he  takes a Flyer at   tho   Mining  Game,  ,-'    1 .   .  ����� ���  Pie bought a few bundles of Stock,  the Par Value of which made Senator  Clarke of Montana, look'like a Piker  and, although Ills Friends warned him  to hold out his Money and loan it to  'thenf!' ho persisted in hj-l wild Speculations. He put ip more than $450 and  at the end ol the Fifth yeur received  $r.S7 in premiums, and expects to be  in the P. A. B. Widener Class if he  lives until 1950.  I  ' .The United Slates production of  molybdenum has risen from 10,600  pounds in 1808 to about 250,000  pounds in'1902.  .��� The Brookfield Gold Mining com-  jxiny^of Nova Scotia, has declared a  dividend at the rate of 12 per cent,  per annum for" the quarter ending July  ist. ,'.  ; Sonic progress is now being made in  quart/, mining in Klondike,: ami one  property,.in the neighborhood of Eldorado Creek has sunk a shaft down  70 feet, which is "reported to be in rich  ore all the way.  Very satisfactory returns were obtained from the last carload of ore  shipped,', by. .the Republic Mining  Company to Nelson. With silver at  ,SS>^ cents an ounce, the returns totalled $58.47 pen ton, with gold values  at $13:70, making $82:07 >'�� all.  A great gold '' nugget,,; valued at  $327��. the largest ever found in Alaska  or in thcliritisli Yukon, has been taken  from a Nome claim., It was seven  indies long by four and a quarter wide.  The beautiful specimen is the product  of,a bench claim No. 5, off Discovery  on Anvil creek.  The Keswick, Cal., smelter is now  operating four furnaces, and all the  converters, There are more men em.  ployed to-day than at any other time  since the strike, 'This is partly due to  the increased wages paid,. $3.10 being  (lie'lowest wage ; for ten-hour men,  which-is'fo cents';more a day than was  paid before the strike.  With the Victor Brand of Evaporated Cream  the miner in his camp and the lumbermen in his  shanty can have all the good things to eat and  drink that would be possible with a Jersey cow  in the outfit.���For purity, richness and keeping  qualities "Victor" is unequalled.  Sold by all Grocers, Dealers and Outfitters.  Mfd. by The Charlottetown Condensed Milk Co., Cbarlottttowo. P. Z. I.  In the  Mining  Camp  J<\S    McCREATH, Prop  JOBBERS IN WINES, BEEP AND CIGARS  Sole Agent* fur Keleli��|iicllcn Seller*' Hlue Label Brand the most  healthful and rcfrcshiiit; of Mineral WalcM.  Phone Order* Solicited, GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C  v^^SS^^^^^r^^^r^^^^m^^^^^^^k  %  1%  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All  Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FjNF. JjOO'l'S AND .SjjOHS  ' him- tp m>w\  |!|<AC'HCAI.    *\\l!]fll$!  Atj'p   !;!^C^"  pEfipitS'^flOKS   A  ^I'KCIAI.Ty.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix, B. C.  !��||0|) on   H"ill'"inii ^V'Mli-'  ttn^JwtTT'tyry'.'^M'"''' '���'"���' ' '"-iS  Ran a Nail Through His Hand.  ', While opening 11 h��x, .L C. Mount, of  'Thrue Mile Bav, N. Y., ran 11 ti-n penny  ; nail thruUKli ihe fleshy part of Ids linnil.  j i1] tluniglit. al. nni'e oj'iill Hie pain unj|  I Kon-Meffr this woiild pn.-ie nie.", lie snyB,  iT'iind' iii:n'ieiljiite|y apjilied Cliainher-  I jaiii's Pain Huhi| iiml 'tjiii'iisiiiimlly afier-  >vip'ils.' 'fo iii, suipi-jse it removed al|  ! piiin and MoruiH'ts ittijl the jn^ureil part  I were  s-nqn   lien|ed.'!'  j?��r   su|e  jtlniKj-'i'-if-  A correspondent tells. us he has a  plan that would helpus immensely in  running, a newspaper, and wants to  know if suggestions are acceptable, says  the Rossland tyinetv.. Ves, dear, fire  away. 'Jt wquJd. undqu,b,tedly relieve  you qf a who,leJo,t.,qf pajn, and certainly canqqi h,u,rt 113. Hq\veyer,W(3cangive  yqu i\ ^gestion.that will knocK yqurs  sky (p'gh, and would furnish qs (josider-  ably more pleasure, not to say. cash,  namely,' keep vour subscription always  paid up. , ��� .,--���,*��� .������ v  ,. ������;< ��� New Towi of Coleman,  At the ncjw town of Coleman a great  effort is being made to get a number  of business blocks up-riiefore the winter closes in and interferes with building operations. The Crow's Nest Jobbing Co. already have the excavation  for their cellar and building completed,  .while the foundation forth'e large office  the coal company is erecting is already  finished. Part of the material for the  hotel building is on the ground and  material for other buildings is being  delivered.  ��� Around the mine about 35 men are  employed while another force is engaged in quarrying the rock to be used  in the building of colce'ovens.  ; The new town has started off well  and gives promise of becoming one of  our best mining towns,��� Illairmore  Times,  Hospital Donations,  ���**  ���List of Donations reediyed since Jan.  1st, lOOil, to the t'huunix General Hospital;  i  1%  t  SPOKANE, .-. OCT. 5 TO 13  TENTH   ANNUAL  INTERSTATE fAIR  MORE THAN $30,000 IN PREMIUMS  GREATEST ATTRACTIONS AND BIGGEST  AMUSEMENT,FEATURES EVER SECURED  Agricultural Exhibits   Stock Show    Fruit   Fair    Mining   Depart-  .   ment     Fine  Arts   Display       EIGHT   DAVS   RACING  Over 300 horses .entered    Big event each day     $10,000 in  purses    Down'I'own Street Carnival Every Night    VaudeV  ville Specialties and High Class Circus Features  special low  Rates on All Railroads  Concession Privileges' for Sale. Write for Premium .List;',  H. G. STIMMEL, Secretary and Manager.  %^&&&&ffl^t&^&*t^^  [L. 8.]  riJENRI-.G.  PROCLAMATION.  JOLY  de  L'QTBINIKItK.  Lieuleii'ant-Governoi.  One I)o��en Hliift�� ���..' Mrs. Rriflin  Carpel, bed and blankets for private want,chickens and provisions .....Mrs. .Macy  A (juantlty of Jam...Mrs. .Matlttson, Grcenwoott  ioks and Pi  Hooks and Preserves..  A quanttty of Preserves...  A Case*of Whisky..:....  'ash, 15   CjiBIi,$50   Surgical- Dressings.....  , Mrs. -Rees   Mrs  Hoylc   Mr. Astley   A Friend   A l-*riend  .A. P. McKenzie  bv  all  ,   CANDIDATES NOMINATED.  The followint! have hivn ii'iniinateil ascainlitliit.esfrom the respective riding'  as representatives in the IVoviiieiiil I.eniiliilive Assemlily :  D1ST   ICTS.  Alberni    Atlin���   Cariboo   Cliilliwliack.!..  C.'llitnlilii ...  ConloX :   Cowicnull   l^ranHi-ook ���.-.-:..:  OWtrf'..:  llewi'lni'y...;...:  Ksqi|iina|r.-..-.-.',  Jfeni |i-.'.���'-..'.'���','"'������':':'-';:"::-::':::l  firfi'llfl'p.il'fe;  Mrpellwood..,,  Islands..........  Kamloops   K:islo   I.illooet   Nnnainio City  Nel*��ii <i>y '  New Castle '  New Westminster City..1  Okniiugnn '  Kevelstoke '  Iticliiiiond 1  Rosslandcity '  Saanich   Slinitkaineeu....  Slccenn   Slocan   Vancouver City  Victoria City   COVSBKVnTlVK.  Yale   Vmir   V':i  K  J. Ilickcy .....  I)r, U.K. Voiiiik   S. \. Ko^t-i-s   W. Adnms  J.  I,. Atkinson   ii. uranl    K   M. >kimicr,.....���..:...  illlonili.s'Cnveii.-.-.:::..;:;.  �� . It. t.iiMiier..:.......:....  It.'McIjride ..::.\::....:..  O. H i'ooley: ::....:.:.  W. II. I!pi.��..".'."'., .'���'  OcpiKc ii. Iiriis'er,....,,  Dr. Ii. H, -"pnnkie   II.' VV. Itutlnck   K. J. l'ullon   Hobcrt K. tiret-n   Arcliilmlil McOimalil,  Kdwiird (iiii-imell,   Jolrii Houston   Alux. Ilrydcu   T. (liinncl   Price KIIIso   Thoinns Taylor   K, I, Ca. u-r-Co'.lon   A. .S. c.oixlevc   I). M.HIiert*   r,. W. Shatford   C. VV. I). ClilTord   VV. Hunter   II. O Tallow   j  K. Cianleii   liarles Wilson   '.V. J. llon-aii   \. II. II. MiicOmvaii....  Cliarle* llaywnrd   H. 1)   Helllickell   Joseph Hunter   A.K.Mcl'liillips .........  T. (}. McManniuon......  Harry Wright   I.IUhKAI..  W. M. B. .Vclunis ...  II. Joiics ....  James Murphy   .:.   W. Miiiiro   W.C. Wells..'   V. Mcll Young-'-.-���.  |. N;:Kvans....;....'..:....  Or. Jiiiues II. King..  JuliiV Oliver !   WW. I'l>ncs[rr.. .:.  John ^afdinc- ..'.-..'.'..:..  K.'li  Sniitfi....'.'..'.'.:.' '���'.  VV. II. V. Ctetlieiil,.,,,.  J.'R   Ilrown   T. W, I'nt.erson   K, J, Dt-ane .,  J, i,.  Itctallnok   iliVrryPlieiipunl   S. H. Taylor   Uuvlil VV. Murray   W. I|. Keary   T. VV. .Stirling   I.'llliesM.  Kellic   .I0I111 C. Drown   Jinncs A. McDonald .  Henry Tanner   VV.    A. McLean   I'. Herman   Joseph Mnrliii   T. S. Master   I.I). Tiirnbiill   A. 1'. Hrydone-Jack ..  O. It. Monek   It. I.. Dniry   Aid. Canieron   .1. D. McNivenil   Richardllall   S. Henderson...^!   Alfred Parr   MISCKI.I.ANICOUS.  (Icorgf Tayler (S.)..  J    Kirkllllid (I,.)   l��"Ualliday(S.):.  J.  R   Mcl'lic-son(S.)   John   Kiordau (S.;,   Krneal Mills (S.)   S. .Shauiiou (������'.)   J il,Ha\vlhoii|thvvaite(S  I'aiker Williams (S.)   t.'"\V    Bennett (S.)..'..'.'.'.'.  VV Davidson (Ind. Lab.)  J. Mortimer (s.)   A.  K.  Stebhinvs(S )  J. McLnnn (L.)  " '  A   O. Perry  (I,.) .'.'.'  Vrnucis Williams {L.J..  I. C. Walters (s.)   VV. UriffithtS.) .','  When you want it phvsie that is mild  and genlle, easy to take und certain to  act, always use Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets. For sale by all druggists.  floijars fha( fijeycr Co.nie I^a,c^.  T-cn years f\gq ;pi Up Cqui^'try farmer-put mi X impk qn a, silver (lq|lar  and wenf U! lW\H W\ ^H-n' it with i��  nierpl)m.i{: Heforo the year was out he  got the marked dollar back again for  poultry and spent it again with a village  merchant. Four times in six years that  dollar came home lo him for produce  and three times he heard of it in the  pockets or his neighbors. The time  he got it in change three'years ago he  sent it to Toronto*to a, m$jl"order, house  that has tyiuuisgd imiliqris of dollars  selliiig [\]i\.c\ nyte s.tufll F|e l^as never  seen that dqlk\r sjm;e. '"7(T'|\at dqllar will  never pay- any more rrwvd or school tax  for him, never help build up the town,  or country, never bless and brighten the  homes of his neighbors. He sent it  entirely out of the circle of usefulnessto  him,  Hcddingi....'.....;....'...:, : Wm  Yoleii William.-.  Harris!cr Fees.. W. il. Cochrane  Much needed Swing Splint....'. L'.Mr. Delah'ay  Hooks and Kggs Mrs. Willcox  Two Dozen Pillow Slips and. One Dozen Towels  .Mr. Macy  Casli,$2o ; A l-'iiend  Hooks .;.:..^lrs: Willcox  Papers and Magazines,:...'.:3IcB.iie Bros & Smith.  Kight small VYiird"TauJes'aiid'V\'ick^-r gasyChair  A Ivriend  Provision.^ Mrs. Macy  1'lolhiiiK..���...!i;i'.....^i'.'....i.......v~.'...��.^.,,....Friends  Subscriptions for seyei'l Magazines, A. L. White,  '.'''   New York City  KHflitr^nrkey .~ ,,..-.,, ,.���,VV. S Macy  Cash", |jp liiisleiii^ToWusliips Blink, Sllerbrooke  Cash,|i50.Qq,..' ,....���,,,,.l,urd Stratlicona  Cash,fa........ ,...���,..,.,...,���,���,.������,, A Krieild  Twenty-fi'v'e'dplln'r (8 day) Clock Geo. lv Dey  A qipuititvof Provisions , ,,..VV. s. Macy  A quantity of Manualade VV. I���. Oerninine  I'jt Plants,.,.,.���, 1)  Mcl'heison and C Henderson  KgR* A Friend  Casll $100 Mr. and Mrs. S II. C. Miner  15I1.P boiler for Steam Heating Granby Co.  Two Cords of Wood .'...........;...: A Friend  Sawing Three Cords of Wood A Friend  Strawberries Marshall & Shea  Meats Mrs VV. S. Macy  Floweis ...' Friends  Pot l']���uts -...: Mrs. I'etvie  Pot PlnuLs .'. Mrs. I Crawford  Fire Pokers Harry \Va's!i  Rain llarrcl i. Central Hotel  Nelson Daily News, Messrs Fletcher   , '' 31151 !���;. VV'iUiams  Hox Peaches ...'...'....'...'.C Tipping  Cupsaad Aaiicevs.... :..;....'.'.Mr^.'J. VValteis  -oda-vpho'h.: .'.....'....:..\Jr J. II. Boyle  Provisions ....���.'..'..'.....'..,....'.......,','.'...'...^fr. V\'. S. Macy  Ladv'i tyre$siug lipwji, Cape iVlid  ���"(���raveliilg IttiK, Key-. \\. P. Klewelliug  To tiiaijo fuud.'jia..... : Mr. Movie  1 lower po(s ..' ......'.. '. M rs. Kerr  llalf'dozeu 'fen c\|ps'i\nil Sanders. .Miss Howes  l'ro'visjpns, .'...,!...'.*....' ,.., Mr Macy  Mortar IJcSrnl.;.;..'.'.'.;^"-' Mr. Ilirnie  Kiletieii.tlieiisi|s;.'..���.; ,..., Mr. I. Crawford  p-ript,,..,., ������.'.!'.. Mrs. Mills  \regctahles ��� Mr. Kumbergei  Klowers .' '!\?. Friends  Box of Kruit Mrs. Mai'y  CANADA.  I'ROVINCE   OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I-IDVVARD VII., by the Grace of God. or tl..'  Unlteri Kingdo'm ofOieat  Britain  ami Ire  land and of the British Dominions  beyom  the Seas, King, Defender of the faith, etc,  etc., etc..  Toall to whom these presents shall come���Gretl  ing.  A..JJ. McPhilllps, Attorney-General  Vl.'HKKKAS \ve have thought fit to cancel the  VI fu'oclaniation bearing date of the 16th day  of June, 1903, convoking the Legislative Assetn  blvof the I'roviiceof Hriti.'h Columbia for the  dispatch of business on Thursday the the 2IM  tl.iv of January, one thousand nine hundred and  fuiir, and iu lieu thereof to issue this our proclamation.  Now know ye, that for divers causes and con  siderations, and taking into consideration the  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, VVe  have thought fit, by and with the advice of Oui  ���executive Council   of the  Province of British  Columbia, to hereby convoke, and.by these presents, enjoin you, and each of you, that on Thtirs-  atiy,the twenty-sixth day of November, one thousand nine hundred and three, you meet Us in Oui  said   Legislature, or   Parliament    of   the said  Province at Our City of Victoria, for the dispatch  of business,10 treat, do, act and conclude, upan  those things which, iu Our Legislature of the  Province of British Columbia, by the {yominou  council of Our said Provinc�� m,(vy; l\y the favour  of God be ordained.  Is-  Ti:st!.m(vw  vVH��KEOr*. We have  causrd  these Our Letters, to be  made Patent and til?  Great Seal 6f Our said Province to be hereun  to affiled:  Witness, the Honourable Sir Hkn-hi GUs-  TAVE  J(H,V   UK   l.OTIUNIKRE,    K.   C.   M.   G.,  Lieiitehflut-Gnvenor ol Our said Province ol  British Columbia, at Our Government House  iu Oif City of Victoria, in Our said Province  this fifth day of September, in the yeai  of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and  three, and In the third year of Our Reigu.  By Command,  R. F. GRKF.N,  Provincial Secretary  J.B.MACAULAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  ***    phoenix, b.g;  CONSEBVAIIVE PIATFORJ;  (Adopted at Kevelstoke.Kept. 13th. ioo'��.j'  1. 'Tluit'tliis convention leaffiniiS (he  policy of the party in matters Of provincial roads and trails; Ilie ownership und  control of railways and the development'  of tbe apricuftural resoureesbf the prov  lnce ac Isid down in the platform adopted in October, ISHfl, which is as follows'  "To actively aid in tlifconstriieiionof  trails tlirongiiou.i the undeveloped por-  tioiiH of tin; province und the bniJdin'ji'of  provincial trunk roads of i.ublie liecee  sity." '.':.,  "To ai'o[it the principles of'goveVn-'  ment ownership nf railwHvs in so far 11  the circtiii stHiicee of the "province will  ailiiiil, and the adoption of the prindpl.i  that no ImniiH should \>o ir ran led lo anv  railway company -winch does not-gi :"  thetfovernment of lhe .province conti il',  of rates over lines, boniised, together  with tlieoplionuf purchase.  "To actively assist bv state aid in ilie  ibvelopment of the agricultural resouce  of the province.     .'-..���; .,...,���!  2. That in the nieantime and nnti  the railwav policy above set forth call  be Hecompli8|ied,'�� general railway act  be passed, giving freedom to construct  railways under certain approved regulations, analogous to the.system thathaj  resulted in such extensive railway construction in the Unitedl Sfaits, vvitli so  much a-lvanlHge to trade and commerce.  3. That to encourage the mining industry, the toxation of ineiHlJiferotii  mines should be on . the basis of a percentage, on the net profits.  4. That the government ownership  of telephone syBtems should he brought  about as a first step in the acquisition  of public utilities.  5. That a portion of every coal area  hereAfter to be disposed of should be reserved from sale or lease, so that slate-,  owned mines may be easily accessible, if  I heir operation becomes necessary oil ad-  visahle. -���'.  .  6. Tliat iri pulp land leases provision  ihould be made for reforesting and (hat-,  ^tep8 should' be taken for the general  I reservation   of   forests   by  gnarding  against the wasteful destruction of tlm-"  oer. - ' i  7.- That'the legislature and government, of the province should 'perBuven,  in the effort to secure the exclusion of  Asiatic lalior.  8. That the matter of better termi in  the way of subsidy arid appropriations  for tile province should, be vigorously.  pressedt upon the Dominion government.  9; That the silver-lead industries-, of  the province fie fostered and encouraged  by the imposition 'of increased customs  duties on lead and lead products import-  ejl'irito Canada-, and that the Conserya- ,  tive, members of the Dominion House:be ,  urged to Bupport any measure introduced  for such a purpose. ���, I   7  ' 10. That as industrial disputes almost  invariably result in great loss and injury #  both to the parties directly concerned *  and to the public; legislation should '-^be  passed to provide means for an amicable  adjustment of sucfi disputes between  employers and employees.  11.- That it.ia advisable to foster th��  manufacture of the Taw products of tbfj  province witliln the province as far'as  practicable by means'of taxation on the 7  said raw products, subject to rebate o'  the same in whole or part when manu  faetured in British Columbia.  MINERAL ACT.  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA  Great  ROCLAMATION.  When you do not relish yon food and  feel dull and .stupid after eating, nil you  need is a dosegf Chain!) irlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets. Thev will make von  feel like a new man, and, give you an  iipnetite like a bpjjr.'..'foi;''sale* by all  drtlggiBts.' "',,-"  f��  He Learned a Great Truth.  It is said of .Tohn Wesley that he once  said to Mistress Wesley: "Why do yon  tell that child the same thing over and  over again?" Mrs, Wesley: "Because  once telling is nut eiioiiL'h." It. is for  llns same reason that you are told again  ami attain that Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy cures ' colds and grip,; that  : it connieriic's any tendency of these diseases to result in pneumonia, and that  it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale  by all druggists. .  IN TUK'COUNTY COURT OK YAl/l'.  In the Matter of Frederick Turlon,  deceased.  Notice is hereby given that bv 1111 order made in this Ibmornble Court tinted  the 15th .day of September, -A. I) 19(13,  the undersigned was appointed Administrator of the Kstate of the above  i! imed Frcileiick Tui'ti>n,Iateof Phoenix,  B. C, miner, deceased; all persons hav-  init claims ngainst, said deceased are requested lo send the s:ime, duly verified,  to thuirndVi'siuned oil nr before the 1st  day of Novemhe-, A. IVluji;*,; and all  persons indebted to (lie suid tleceased  are remu'sted to remit tlie amount of  said indebtedness to the undersigned  ifoi'with.  Dated at, Kamloops, B.  C,  the Kith  day of September, A. D. lOOfJ.  Alkc. D. ^^.v<���^^"n���KK,  Qllicial Administrator  County of Yale, Kamloops, B. C.  [L.S.] HUN'KI G. JOLY D,(J   LOfBtXlRRK,  Lie uteuaut-CtQveriiot.  ��� QA.VA11A,  p.hovinci-: cik hkitish Columbia.  I-I)VV.-\KD VtJ., hy il\e Grace of God, ol the  Ignited Kingdom of Greut Hritain and Ireland and of tile Ilrttlsh Dominions beyoiul  the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith,"etc ,  etc,, < to.  To Our Ihitliftil the Members elected to serve  iu the Leijlslative Assembly of Our Province  of llrltish Columbia, at Our City of Victoria���  Greeting:  A  PROCLAMATION.  A. K. Mcl'hilltps, Attoiiu'y-C.ciicral.  \\*1U-;KHVS \vc have thouKlit fit lo cancel Ilie  *' proclamation bearing date the i6tli dav of  June 191)^ directing the issue uT wiite calliiij; u  tan- l,ciiixhitivt Assembly which wri^s weiv directed to bear date the lbth day of .July,'and in  lien thereof to issue t..is u\\r i'roclaiion whereby'  do   make   '  "  ~    "       '   " :"    '"  known    Uur  lOvinee;   ami  pleasure   to  call   a,  new  lA*K>^J>t>ve Assembly  "   Our   s^ ' I��  ltuyal   will    and  ilative Asst  do    fjur(,her   df'-.  elate tHatU'y't he tulvtceof Our K\eciiiive "^yu,u,  cil of |lrit,isti CoHihil^ia, we h.a��e tliis. da^v kivc-u  uders for issuJiiK O.m writs in due tonn, (or cnH  ill* a new I,ci>i,sln live Assembly of (ui,v sjijd, Cypv  ders for issuJiiK <l.m writs in due ^onn.'l'or cnH  new I.cuislfitive Assembly oC(\m':  which writs'nre Lo be^rdi^te ofihie Viilli dsa.V  I  SHORT LINE  St. Paul, Duluih, Mianeapolis, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Seattle, Victoria, Tacoma and Portland,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  Tlirangh l\ilaee and Tourist Sleepers.  Wning and Buffet Smoking Library  Past Trains at Convenient Hours *)  Bet. Spokane and Puget Sound ��  For rates and folders and full information regarding trips call on or address  anv asent V. V. & K. or S. F. & N. Rvs.  A.B.C.Dknkisto.v,       H. Bkandt,  G.W. P.A., C. P AT. A.,  Seattle. Wash. Spokane. Wn  Reduced SunjaKr Excursion Rates.  The Denver & Rio Clrande, popu-  Inrly known as the "Scenic Line ol  the World," has announced Rreaily reduced round-trip rates from Pacific  Coast |7oints. for the benefit of teachers  wno will spend ibeir vacation in the  east, and delegates toall the prominent  conventions���N, E. A., at Boston; A.  O, V. W., at St. Paul; B. P. O. K.,  at Baltimore; Woodmen   of America,  Certificate of<Imfkovements.  " Notice. '..        ''-'-'j  "Gipsy" Mineral Claim, situate In tbe Greenwood Mining Division or Yale District.  Where located-In Greenwood Camp.        ���', ':..  TAKK NOTICE that. I. Isaac H. Hallett. .����������  aizeut for-Johii 3ilulligan, Free Miner's Certificatt:-  No B80173, intend, sixty days from date hereof. ,  to apply tothe Mining Kecorder for a certificate-  of iinprovenients, for the purpose of obtaining:  a Crown grant of the above claim:  And furthertake notice that action; under sec-r  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 13th day of July. A. D. 1903.' ���  I. H. HALI.ETT-.:  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  Denver Mineral Claim situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District. J  Where located, in Greenwood camp. v '  Take notice, that I, Albert E. Ashcroft. FJ ��tC  C. No. B55279, acting as agent for A. A. McIutosrF,,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55242, and VV.-ri%  Speuce, Free Miner's Certificate No 80267. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Milling Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown'  Grant of the above claim,  Aiidlurther take notice that action, under sec--  lion 37,must be commenced before the issuance of  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of Augu..t, ,903, .'  '  ALBERT E. ASHC'KOFT, P. L. S.  Phoenix Bakery^.  Phoenix Street.   'Phone53,  We make good bread,     Try it.;  ... .C. W. GREER. Proprietor;  Grand Forks,   Phoenix:  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE,  J. I-'. KOYKR,      :       :       .        :       Proprietor.  HeKinuiUK lune Ist, leave (,'reenwood at 6a.m.:  and Phoenix at 7-3011,111 ; arrive at Grand Forks.  10:30 a 111., leave Oraud Forks 3.-45 p. 111., arriving-  at I'hoenix 7 p. in., and (ireenwood al S. 1). 111.  I'unnectshoth ways with Great Northern trains..  Hare���Grand l-*orks lo I'hoenix, J2 60; Phoenix*!*  to Greenwood, 50c; (ireenwood to I'lioeuix, Ji ool"  I'recwood to IJiand Forks. $3. Office iu Green-.  '.-ood.Ot Northern Telegraph office. Iu Phoenix, McHae Bros, & Smith. Iu I'mud Forks,,  lit. Norther offices. For express rates, inquire-  et uitiier office.  f September. A. D, 190.^ a'ud of lie   returnable  ��� or beforr the second d-iy of Novcinher. one���  at Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;  I ihoiisaiu' nine hundred a,nd, three. I ..       .       ���,    . ��_ _,     .        '  m testimouj; ��i\eVvo|\ vvv have ��>.isvd these   Mystic  Shrmer, at   Saratoga  Springs;  Our lexers lo l\e made patent, and thetireatSeal I K. of  P. at    Louisville, and   T.  P   A  of thesahl riuviucto be hereunto athxed. !   ,  t    i- -i '  Witness, Hie lioiioiirahle Sir llciiri Gustnve ! al  lHUiaiiapollS.  J. lyde Kothinicre, 1C  I'. M. ('.., I.ieitteiinnt-Gov- I        I'icL-ptc it ihf. rfHnro/l ~inc u-ill   l,��  enorof Out said Province of British Columbia, ]        ' 'LketS at me reOUCeU rates Will   be  in Our City ufVictorln, in Our said Province, this , based    tl|)On    Olie    fare   for   the   rOUlld  fif th ilay of September, in the  vear of our I.ord    ^.^     1 , .      *n t u , ���  one thousand nine huudr-d and three, and iu the     "     '"* " " '"   "~ '  third year of Our reign.    Hy command.  R. F. GREEN,  provincial Secretary,  tiip, but will be sold only on certain  days. These tickets will carry stopover piivilegeson the going trip, giving  passengers an opportunity to visit Salt  Lake City, Glemvood Springs, Colorado Springs and Denver; and will be  g< od to return any tinie \vithin ninety  days. Passenger"; jjping via the Denver & Rio GrAp^S-nre given the privilege of reti}r.oj|)g, via a different route.  For. a raje to the. point you, wish to  go, apd  for  dates of salij and  othei  j   ���  particulars, as well  as. for  illustrated  I; X\ pamphlets, write  W. C. M��;B-R-I:Ii)E, Gen. Agt.,  1,24Third St., Portland.Or.  t\'  Practical  Horseshoeing, Blacksmithiag, f  Homi.nion Ave.. Phok.nix, I!.C.     ���  ���������M-4-*-��*<��->*f*��-f-H-<  Cotton rags wanted- at the Pioneer  office. Highest price paid. Bring  'em aloti" atjf}; get: your money.  Special Round Trip Rales.  Between June 411> and August 26th)  the Illinois Central will sell round tri|)>  tickets from Oregon   and   Washington^  points  .10   Chicago,   Cairo,  Memphis  and New Orleans at  greatly  reduced;  rates.  Tickets good for thiee months. Going limit ten days. Returning limit  ten days after starting west. Stopover  privileges either way, west of the Missouri river.  Sale dates are arranged to be eon-  jVenienl lor delegates to conventions of '  National Educalionah Association, at  Boston; Elks,atIftaltimore; Woodmen,.-  at Indianapolis; Eagles, at New York;  Shrineis,at Saratoga; Knights of Pythias  at Louisville and Commercial Travellers at Indianapolis.  You can take yo��r choice of sixteen  different routes. Write us. We will  cheerfully give you any detailed information youi want.  B.. H. Trumbull,  1*42 Third St.,  Portland, Ore.  Can you make a better present to  our eastern friends than a subscriptioa  to the Phoenix Pioneer for a yeai?  ������wmmi  7.7,��iii  .   i<;��;m ::''*<rl  7:, ������m0'-x��M*  :S-';-'-*if-;;'i  ���������iife'.-^l  'A't^i';.  ���;:l ;#?.-.-, -'.'  ���-���it:'M^-.  ii%-.-. "���  , :���:���}������&:;.', . ;  ':!��',-.'?;." K:r,  'iil.:U': ���-,'  ':^':M::. ^  ���   '���':t..%.\'$&- f- '1 '.7-  f^Mi ���; ���������  77i|||:7'7'  "7'K73|7��7^  ���till 11  yp$t��;,\;:  ' 7:ilJ|?|7^::-  ���' :.rti'f-'V/Vt;-.i:. -  ���:w  ���:m  ."II �����  m  mmimmmmmmmmmmm!mmicm!Bmmm��mmmmimmmmmmm&m8m��mBS  m^s^^ssmm^M^m^^^mims^^^^��i^um^^^Mmim)  Yt^'^^^aSri^M^^M.tk'SS^vr^Mi  ��t r*& =sr,*7r��w tw**!i-mrr. lit  n  a  fl  I ���'���A I  If--' -4 ��� ���  P';  f  if  1-  aw  s3  II"4  i-'l  l!��i  LS  1-F-  1  ;H  Ml  M  R*  ��  II  :;c.  ftfete phoenix pidafe_$  -_��_  MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS  Dr. Mathison. Dentist.  Granby Exchange, house furnishings.  Dr.  Mathison  will be in bis office,  Bank Block, Oct. io to 14.  Greenwood Oddfellows will give a  toll on Hallowe'en, October 31st.  Rev. Dr.  MacColl preaelied in the  Presbyterian church again last Sunday.  Lewis Bros., of Boundary Falls, are  Dr. Simmons, dentist, postoffice blk.  Apply  to, Mrs. \V.  Don't jeopardize your rights by voting for anything; but poll straight for  Clement the Liberal candidate. *  building a three'story addition to their  hotel.  "Hot things"���Heating Stoves in  various  styles and  prices.  T Granby  '  Exchange.'      ���.;'.'   ���'      ...    i- '.   .'. f  Charles A. DesBrisay, right of way  agent of the V. V. '& E. railway was in  thecityhiStSaturdayonofficial business.  Fred Kaiser, owner of tlie Commercial hotel at Eholt,  is  starting in the  same business at7Poplar, Creek, in the  ��� Lardeau. -  As thenevvCatliolicchurchapproachcs  completion, it is proving to be quite an  ornament to Gdspel Hill.  J. M. McGloskey, the blind miner,  has gone to the Coeur d'Alenes where  he will give entertainments in all the  camps.  James A. Clark, who sustained a  break of his leg last week Friday, was  able to get around town a little this  week.  Last week's B. C. Gazette contains  official announcement of the Dominion  Thanksgiving Day being set for October 15th.  GeorgeElkinsreturnedTuesday from  Lebanon, Oregon, where he has been  on a visit for a couple of weeks. Mrs.  Elkins also came back.  Norman H. Slack, acting manager  of the Eastern Townships Bank,returned  Monday from his two weeks vacation,  which was spent at the coast.  Supt. Ross of the Boundary-Kobtenay  division of the C. P. R., has gone to  California, because of ill health. ��� J. S.  Lawrence is acting in his place.  E. W. Monk has become a benedict,  having been married on the 16th  ultimo to Miss B. Routh at Montreal.  They will make their home in Nelson.  The C. P. R. is receiving lumber in  Phoenix for the erection of a commodious section house at this point,  the bridge crew also having arrived to  do the work.  Mclntyre & McDonald are the sole  Phoenix agents for Lethbridge coal, the  first car of which arrived this week.  Coal is spot cash this year, and this car  is nearly all spoken for.  R. Dauby Morkill, of Boise, Idaho,  came in this week to visit his wife and  son here.    He  was accompanied   by  Hens for sale  B.  Willcox.  William Whyte, of' Muntiea], one of  tbe most popular officials of the C. P.  R., was a visitor in Phoenix Tuesday.  From the trouble being taken by  the Ladies' Hospital Aid Society for  the Old Folks' concert, to be given in  November, it will be a 'most interesting  event. An old fashioned minuet will  be one feature.  .Win. Yolen Williams, the Granby  Mines superinte.ndent, went over to  Ymir last Sunday, returning via Nelson.  Thursday he: went to Rossland to  attend; the funeral of a friend, W. E.  Thomas, who' was unfortunately killed  the day before in the LeRoi No. 2  mine.  , Andy Hackett, who has probably  been instrumental in locating more  coal lands in East Kootenay than any  other one person, came in this week.  He found his little daughter, Cecil,  down with a light case of scarlet fever,  on Brooklyn avenue. The house has  been quarantined.  The contract for dealing the right  of way for the bianch pole line from  Phoenix to the Greenwood smelter, to  transmit electrical power, was let this  week to a man named Barber. He  has aheady started on the carrying  out of Ihe contract. The transformers and heavy cupper wise have been  ordered, and it is tbe intention to get  the new line in working order, if possible, by Christinas.  Murdock Mclntyre returned Thursday from a trip, to the American Okanogan, on which he pui chased two  teams of horses. . Mr. Mclntyre is  pietty_indignant at the .slipshod way  he was treated by the veterinary inspector, Dr.Annstrong, of Nelson, After  agreeing to be at Midway at a certain  time to make the inspection, Dr.Annstrong delayed so long in getting there  that the horses pretty nearly ate their  heads off in the stable the six days they  were there. Mr. Mclntyre proposes to  to make complaint to the proper authorities.  I  Church Services  I        Tomorrow.  J  Catholic���- Mass will be held to-  nioinvv at 10 a. in.; evening service at  7:3��* '��� ���'���'.- ..  Church of England Services���Holy  Communion each Sunday at 8 a. m,,  Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7:3d p.m.;  first Sunday in each month Holy  Communion also at midday. All seats  free.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. 111. Midweek meeting  Wednesday at 7.30 p.m.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. 111, .11 Hardy-McKenzie hall, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at.a.33 p. m. A hearty invitation is- extended to all. Thos.  Green, II. A., pastor.  is essential to success.1; It is important  that one prepares under the most favorable I'ondition. Busine��li men seek the  graduates from the bookkeeping and  shorihtind department!) "5f "'��� ?' S-- ;i,  THE - ;lSLAUt|BUSINESS  COLliEGE  Spokane. Wash.-7  Send for illustrated catalogue.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������A  ���City ��� ��� .. .:  I Transfer ,1  PROCLAMATION.  Dry Wood for sale.    ���  .'��� ; ���  W. Ii. dockshadeM  Residence and SUhlcl at foot of  Dominion Ave., Phoeiflx, B C  P O.II0X369. 'Phone No  40.  ��� ������������.-����������������������������������������������������������  Elicctokal  District  Forks.  ok    Grand  Clement will carry the Liberal ban-  ne'r to success. *  Vote for Clement. *  his other son, D. R. Morkill, who is in  theemployofthe LeRoimine,Rossiand.  J. B..Giffen, manager for British  Columbia for R. G. Dun & Co., the  mercantile agency, with headquarters  at Vancouver, was a visitor in Phoenix  Thursday.    It'was his first visit here.  It is said that J. D. Farrell,who was  recently in Phoenix, with theGreat Northern railway officials, has been slated  for the presidency of the Northern  ' Pacific, Mr. Mellen having recently resigned.  Vote for Clement and secure a good  live candidate. *  Fox Terrier Loaf.  Lost, pet fox terrier,supposed to h ave  wandered from Greenwood toPhoenix.  Finder will please notify Pioneer office,  or Hallett & Shaw, Greenwood.  Give Clement your support and you  will not regret it. , *  TO WIT:  Public uotiee Ik herehy given to the elcctora of  thedisliiclofUraud Korks Unit in obedience to  His Majcsti's Writ to me diiccttd and bearing  ���Lite the fifth tiny of September in the year of Our  Lord,one thousand nine hundred uud three, 1 requite the presence of the said elector* at the' ourt  House. Oi and Forks, on the nineteenth dav of  -'epteuibei alia o'clock noon for the purpose of  electing a person to represent them in the Legis-  lalrie of this Province.  The Mode of Nomination of Candidates shall  be as follows:  The 'audidates shall he nominated in writing,  the wi itinj? shall he subscribed by two registered  voters of the District as proposer and seconder,  and bv three oilier lesjistered vote-.s of the said  Oistrfct as assenting to the nomination, and shall  he delivered to lhe itctiirning Officer nt ai y tune  between the date of the Proclamation and l p.m.  oi the dnv of nomination,'mid in -the event ol a  poll bemir necessary, such poll will be open on  the third day of October next,ftt the    ��� I  Morrison block, First street, Grand Korlcs, B.O. I  Old Schoolhoiise, iJoiiiiuioii avenue, Phoenix.  I!. ���'  Townsite Company's building, Main Street,  C'nscade, 11. '.. !  Shaw's house, Han nock City, North Fork, Kettle river.  Mel aren's building, Carson, B  0,  of which every person is hereby required to take  notice and govern hiinseli accordingly.  Given under my hand at Grand Forks the tenth  day of September, 1903 ,  W. H. COCHRANE,  Returning Officer.  ' FACt" ��� :>  flllllll IM1  Ladies, do you want vthe, Newest  Ideas in Nov?., ^orl^: and^Chtcftgo  styles, Sorrento,/V|riiceririeH:and '' Patterns Hats. '.;;: ?-'/J:..;,-: v ' '':-7:.  Call and see.' ^'sHvell'' worth your  while. '"' ";������������  Mrs* liSproai,  Biner  Block.  Knob Hill Avenue.  FOR SALE.  On* 12x10 Kami Compressor, out' pair  8 inch nml one 16"inch twin Turbine  Water Wlit-tils, one 4 .foot Pelton Water  Wheel, oiie "Bravo" Diamond 'Drill.  Applv,  J. V. ARMSTRONG,  Revelutuke, B. 0.  MmciFic Ky  Cxcursian BafcsTo  PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION  Westminster.  __-  EVERY  SPORT  J0L LI KS   WITH   A  Brownie  Camera  )���  Selling Dates-���Sept. 26, 27, 28 & 29.  Good to Return Until���October 6th.  Rate From Phoenix, $19.30.  Coresponding rates from all Kootenay  points. Through Coaches and Sleepers Arrowhead to Westminster.  Let us showyoti how easy it is to  make good  pictures.  Brownie Cameras, $ J and $2  inosiiTii  K.N'OII lill.l. AVK.. PlIOKNIX, It C.  .Vote.  -FOR  The Liberal Candidate  ��� Perfect Gems!!  T  f  f  Little Liver Pills  These are ad good A Laxative as we have  ever sol���. ; Gentle lb action, do not cause  griping, unless takiti In overdoses.  hpleudid for the liver. A reliable cure  for, habitual constipation and for Sick  Headache, Biliousness. Jaundice, ..oss of  Appetite. Hy mail or at the i.tore, price  25.cents per^botlle.       .i    ���!���     ���"������'     ,.'.;  Sold only by     - -,   ?���-, ,7-'  B%>YLE.  THE  DRUGGIST,  ��� -���   ���   ���   ���'���'"  (I  41  <l  41  41  41  41  I  VICTORIA EXHIBITION,  October 6-10.  On payment of exchange fare, Vancouver or Westminster to Victoria  tickets will be extended 8 days.  For complete'information and berth  reservations*.apply to the local  agents,' or write  I.G.Clark, E.J.Covle,  - -Agent,   - A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver. B.C  J.'.S. Carter, D. P; Ar.  Nelson, B.C. '  Id He Star loo  Home of therhoice Wiili'hfH which  I now have in stuck. It is vvi'll  worth your while to i-xiimiiiH thviu,  v hi'thiT you vvinh lo, u��-t mie now or  in llii- future. Wo liiivi* good liine-  Uei'|icir8���Klitin .iiiiikf���thtil. wi- run  fell yon n* low hh !f8. Nut murh in  it for UH, hnttliiit'8 your ml vim Inge.  Of courHi- we Iihvc fine I'lliniioiiietein  alfO,    Drop in anil Kee Iheiii.  Q. E. DEY,  The Jeweler, Knob Hill Ave.  Official  C.l'.R. Time   Inspector.  Hotel  Review  Mil, 4th and fuh IIooih  Siiokefiiiiin-Review  Huililini;,  SPOKANE.  The fiiiOHt fHinily hotel in th�� cilv.  With or without hoi'iril. PiireHuuuIerHln.  SUTHERLAND 1 DART,  I'rojificiorB.  WHEN IN NELSON  Stop at Tiik Honci.  The New Manager, U. TOMK1NS,  has made it ihe Leading  Hotel of the"  Kootenays.  ��� �� �� ���  MarK your ballot*  On October 3rd by putting a'h X opposite Clement's name,, thus:  m  CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  SHOES AND DIES  For Best Results.  WE ARE . .  Headquarters for  STOVES  Come and See.  Granby Exchange  WEBB & MAYNARD  General Painting: and  . . Sign Writing.  Greenwood, B. C.  CLEMENT, W. H. P.  :. ^  ERASER, GEORGE A.  '������   .'������" -i '���' '--';  RIORDAN, JOHN   7  " ��� ���'*��.,���?' ���    -.-  By so doing you will not lose your vote.  Bcllevuc Cafe  Knob Hill Avenirc  PhoenixrB. Q,'.  Finest table in the Boundary set at this house."   AH'horrie cooking,  Best that the market affords,    A trial solicited.  THOS.  ���DEALER IN���; ;���;     :,,-.��� ',,:��� c.y<: -^ :���/}���/':;  Men's Wear Exclusivelyt  Invites every man in Phoenix tor give ���  him a call and examine ;go.ocls<v\:j::.-7���..';7i...y $  Hardy-McKen^.e Blk. /    Dominion Ave;  PHOENIX, B  C.  For rapidly and economically removing bark from  pulp wood we universally recommend  r  CHALLENGE PULP WOOD BARKER  ]  A. cut of which appears herewith. '    ,    ,  Full information from the  liianufacturers.  BUILT BY  The Jcnches Machine Company, Limited,  835 Lansdowne St., SHEKHROOKE, QuK  .  ROSSLAND  AND  GREENWOOD  G. W. RUMBERGER!  Real Estate and  Mines/. ���;   �����  ;���-������ Houses To Rent and For Sale in all parts of the city.  G. W. RUMBERGER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Dominion  Avenue.  Telephone No. 28.  As this is our LAST'  business in  We are Oil.@Hil3��  for doing  Boots and Shoes,  Personal visit is absolutely neces^ the Ml  benefit of this the greatest tha^ has ever Been held in Phoenix  Hats and Caps,  Gent's Furnishings,  Shirts & Underwear,  Staple and Fancy  gr^Qpp{ds?  House Furnishings,  L.   ION AVENUE  PHOENIX, B. C.  ��  ��ili|i|'"WWW��'i|i'i>.n;itS!Ulll��'i;lllli"ll umiimHlinilJU  ���S   ' -*-^Jg.V,*-.- ���   Wo^-V*    frtVfr-'JeS^gdvftirt^ir1*        -^,*i~ ... ..-t| r ��� '-[rrvrf|--i|-inmi^^W  ���_Hmijiu.il iiiw ��iiuiii|iliiiii^iMi|iliiiiii_jaii.ijiii������iii��iiiijM>ijia��  J/vH-''''-'"'-*-"-"���        "' '*   " '   ���"��   *-   .f >������  -'4>I'.  .-.r

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