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Array 111  kl  S"S  S  I      "1.  ���i*  Boundary Mines Produced $10,000,000 in  value within four years  Phoenix is the JS  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  /^siative ^  / ^  #   OCT12W04  __i  Vol. V.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, r904.  Camp o1^&SiBary�� ���*  ^&>*��>  No, 48  ���Now that the fall weather is.here  and everyone looking for winter, goods:  we would like to draw your attention  to our window display. Men's-' Overcoats, the very new est patterns', and  latest cuts made by Campbell Manufacturing Co. and li. A. Small.  "-���     The  famous  Carss   Mackinaws at  $5.co, $5.50 and $7.00, guaranteed the  ��� best mackinaw made. :-  Canvas coats with wool and rubber  .linings, just the  right  things for the  wet weather���to   say  nothing of our  'lines of ;.   '::  Gloves, Mitts,  Caps, Underwear,  and Sweaters.  The most complete line we have  ever had. This year we are handling  the Woonsocket rubber made by the  Goodyear Rubber Co���.**acknowledged  to be the best rubber made in America. Our prices are right and we stand  back of our goods.  8B__M5_��_3  3S999-��99$$0899����*6kS��$*$����$3  Hardware Dept  The biggest stock of Wood   and  Coal  Heaters   in   the   Boundary���all   styles   and  ���'" .prices.    We put all   stoves sold    up   tree of  charge.  *.    .  ���Shot Guns and  Rifles .  For   the   Game   Season.  Guns to rent by day or week.  Sewing flachines  See our Cabinet Sewing Machines,  guaranteed in every particular. I'rice $50.00,  easy monthly payments.  Grocery Department  We are the Peoples' Grocers*  Everything that comes  from   this  department isthe best obtainable.  Fresh Fruits every day now.  ' " '   We have arranged for regular shipments of .  Fresh Ranch Eggs 50c a, doz.  New York Opinions oav     and    'ZZ+ ''%s "������������y./ y-:.Z .Capitalists  V 'ZZ-    are  Enthusiastic.  Last Monday the party of Montreal  :& Boston directors, shareholders and  friends, who had come out from New  York, as the guests of Munroe &  Munroe iii the private car Twilight,. to  inspect the smelter and mines of this  new corporation, started on the return i  trip, reaching Spokane that night.  From there they proceeded via the  Burlington to St. Ixuiis and.thence  home to New York.  Before they left, and after they had  inspected the various properties of the  company, the Pioneer secured j��n expression of7opinion from members of  the party regarding what they thought  of the company's holdings, and of the  Boundary generally. It .will be noted  -from the following that there is a remarkable: unanimity of opinion regarding the possibilities of- profiHitfe-min>  ing in the Boundary, and that the  gentlemen referred to were agreeably  surprised at the potentialities of this,  section, as well as more than satisfied  at the bright prospects of their own  company.  James J. Kill's Friend.  Ex-Senator Warner Miller, of Herkimer, New York, is one of the best  known Republican politicians in the  east, having represented his state at  Washington for years. He is a warm  friend of James |. Hill, of the Great  Northern, and of l'resident Roosevelt.  Mr. Miller, who has had a good deal  of experience in mining, said:  "My investigation into the properties of the Montreal & Boston Consolidated during the last three days,  have been most satisfactory to me.  1 found ore bodies in the several mines  much larger than anticipated, and of  such a grade as to permit of their being mixed and being worked in a profitable manner. The company is peculiarly fortunate in having several  mines,, the ores of which make a most  desirable flux at the smelter. With  one or two exceptions, which will be  overcome, they are so located that  railway facilites are immediately available���a most important consideration.  The smelter itssell is well arranged and  built for three furnaces, with 1,000  tons daily capacity. Its location is  such that its capacity can be doubled  or trebled as desired.  "The grade of ore in the Boundary  being low, a large tonnage is required  to produce satisfactory profits, and this  requires large combinations ol capital.  The Montreal & Boston people have  this combination, and ^with continued  wise management cannot fail to make  the property a large producer."  Charles A. Fish, a director ol" the  Montreal & Boston, who is a member  of the firm of Geo. Kissam iS: do., of  New York, said:  "1 am simply delighted with the  country, and I can see that it has a  great future, in which the Montreal ���&  Boston will share. From my observation it is apparent to me that the  entire district is almost a limitless body  of ore. As a business proposiiion it  seems to me that the capabilities for  making money here are simply limited  to the smelting capacity. The reduction Of ores here is simply a manufacturing process, and with proper  management and economy in mining  and smelting, the financial result should  be very profitable.  "I am so much delighted with the  country and your people whom I have  had the pleasure of meeting, that I feel  like returning next year and spending  a couple of months here.  "I think that the Montreal & Boston  have a great proposition, and I have  been much astonished at the amount  of development work already accomplished. I believe that all investors  in the shares of the company will  eventually receive large returns on  their money,"  Montreal and .-'Boston Smelter.  John F.Pluniiiier,|a retired capitalist  of New York, and;Jt director of, the  Montreal & Bostc rif; was one  of the  most enthusiastic p|: the  entire  party  j regarding the propeS-ties.    He said  I     "I am great ly/pUsised with  the ap-  j pearance  of   thcSprbperties,  greatly  pleased with the ..cuuritry and  greatly  pleased with.the!:. people,, here.    L regard the  Montreal', &  Boston  as  an  ideal smelting proposition, backed  up  by all the requisite!elements   to  make  it an unequivocal success.    It is much  greater than thei-Munroe  boys  lepre-  sented it to melo be^-and I  am   very  glad I came out here. v%.  '���������}''    ���-','%.-���.'  "I have be^n across; the continent  24 limes, having been .at one  time  a  government'  director't1bfv7the  Union  Pacificrailread, but.wh*le,T have been in  ^the States and Alaska, 1:have not beer.  much in British Columbia,before this.  I can readily see there is a   wonderful  future before the Boundary,  and  the  Montreal &��� Boston, will do its part."  Quincy Ward Boese, of New York,  attorney for the Montreal & Boston,  said:  "I have seen half a dozen copper  properties before this, supposed to be  high grade, hut in those cases the  cost of mining was so great that the  profit was greatly reduced. Here, in  your large or: bodies which can be  quarried, the cost is reduced to one-  filth of that of extracting the high  grade ores. With coal and timber not  high, and good railway facilities in a  in a few months I can see profits accumulating for the Mont real & Boston  shareholders.  "What struck me was that our properties are not prospects, but highly  developed mines now shipping ore,  with the others ready to ship. The  business management is particularly  good under Mr. H. T. Pemberton,  and with such skilful men as Mr. Collins in charge of the mining, and Mr.  Welch at the smelter, with their associates, the future of the company is  certainly, in mv opinion, bright."  Dr. A. E. Magoris, ol .Bmghampfon,  New York, is also a mining engineer,  the president of two hard coal companies in Pennsylvania, and is interested in California mines as well. He is  interested in the Montreal it Boston,  and said:  "Our company certainly has; a magnificent group of properties for low  grade mines, that are being rapidly  turned into even greater mines with  an abundance of ore of just the right  grades for successful smelting. The  combination could not be excelled to  reduce the ores to the best advantage.  The mining is along the best lines of  economic science in the mining art,  and remarkable business ahility has  been shown in selecting the properties  and the men to handle them."  Chas. McDonald, a veteran civil  engineer, of New York, and a Canadian  by birth, said:  "1 came out here at the invitation of  Mr. Plummer, and I am immensely  pleased, From my knowledge of railway work I took a great interest in  the methods of development, removal  of ore, putting on cars, etc. It is all  done in good economical shape and  with a view to keeping down costs as  low as in any place I have ever  seen.  "The Rawhide was a great attraction  to me. When in shape to ship, the  ore will be sent out at the minimum  of cost. It has an immense tonnage  available, and it is richer than the  Brooklyn. The Athlcstan was very  interesting also, on account of the  cheap mining. Its ore could be taken  out with a steam shovel.  "The smelter is very compact, with  everything needful for economical  working, and yet with no unnecessary  expense.    In fact, the whole  property  of the company is in excellent shape."  Dr.'Homer Gibney, who is house  surgeon to the New York General  Hospital, the oldest, hospital in the  United States, and is also connected  with the Orthopedic Hospital, the lar-j  gest of its kind in the world, having  300 beds for orthopedic cases, said:  ."As*a result of my visit here, I have  most pleasant impressions of the Boundary country. It is a wonderfully rich  country to me. My idea is that the  Montreal & Boston people have but  faintly represented the proposition ��� in  the east. It has been underestimated rather than overestimated, and  great credit is due to the Munroe  Bros, for what they have done to interest the easterners.  "I am pleased with what I have  seen, the class of people, the progress  and the general development of the  district. The professional men in my  line are also up to date and fully competent, as I have noticed in several  cases in which I have been called in  consultation."  GETTING READY  AT SNOWSHOE  Machinery Being Put  in Order.  AFTER IDLENESS OF  TEN  MONTHS  No Announcement Vet Made, But Araalga  matluo With LeRoi is Among the Possibilities.  There are strong indications that  there will be something worth while  doing at Ihe Snowshoe mine in this  camp before long. This week, on receipt of orders from the management,  two or three men began the work of  preparing the machinery in the compressor building for use at an early  date, putting it together, cleaning it,  etc. This will be completed probably  some time next week. Locally nothing  seems to be known of the intentions of  the Snowshoe company, the orders referred to coming from Anthony J.  McMillan, the managing director.  Mr. McMillan is also the manager  ol Ihe LeRoi mine, at Rossland, and  it is not unlikely that something in the  way of an amalgamation of lhe two  companies may be proposed, and the  unwatering of the mine be for the purpose of sampling or expert examination,  as George S. Waterlow, vice-chairman,  of the Snowshoe corporation, is now  on the way to this section. It has  been an open secret that theSnowshpe  ores contain just the right ingredients  for mixing with LeRoi ores at the  Norihport smelter, and the near advent  of the Great Northern to Phoenix-  would give the desired direct connection with that reduction plant.  September School Report.  Following is the Phoenix public  school report for the month of September, furnished by Principal   Thornber:  Pupils actually attending ioo; total  daily attendance 1,615; total actual'attendance, 1,581 yj; average daily attendance, 76.90; average actual attendance, 75*30*  Announcement has been made that  the Eastern Townships Bank will offer  medals to the Grand Forks and public  schools, the details of which will be  announced later.  About $1,600 was spent by the city  recently in taking out rock on Knob  Hill avenue.  NEW GRANBY  DIRECTORS  Chosen at Annual Meeting at  Montreal.  AMERICANS ARE  NOW  IN CONTROL  Net Prufili Fur Year ol $28J,0M, with Nel S��r.  plus uf WJJ.OW��� Head Office Removed !���  Orand Fork*.  President, not yet chosen.  Vice-President aril  Manager, J.   P.  Graves.  Secretary, Northrup Fowler.  'I'he above are the new officers of  the Granby Consolidated, as chosen  >y the new directors at the annual  meeting of the company held at Montreal last Tuesday. The following dispatch to the Pioneer gives the details  of what was done at that meeting:. ��� '  Montreal, Oct. 5���At the annual  meeting of the Granby Consolidated,  held yesterday the following directors  were chosen for the ensuing year: John  Stanton, Wm. H. Nicholls, Geo. M.  Luther and Jacob Langeloth, all of  New York; J. P. Graves and A. L.  White, of Spokane; W. H. Robinson,  of Granby, Quebec; H. L. Higginson,  Arthur C. James, Geo. C. Clark of  Boston, and George M. Baker, of New  York.  The retiring directors were S. H. C.  Miner, A. C. Flumerfelt, Fayette  Brown, J. H. McKechnie and C. S.  Houghton. The head office hereafter  will be located at Grand Forks, B. C,  and the Montreal office removed to  New York.  The annual report that was presented'showeel the amounts received arid  expended for the year ending June 30,  last were as follows: ������.������'  the same policy will probably be continued regarding the plans of the company, which is gocd news for residents  of the Boundary country.  Boundary Mining Notes  The work of erecting the ore bunkers at the Brooklyn mine was started  this week.  Ore shipments were started from  the Athlestan this week, at the rate of  a carload daily.  Forces are gradually being increased  at all the mines of the Montreal &  Boston Consolidated.  Active work was retried at the Last  Chance mine this week, under the direction of I). W. McVirker. The  mine is owned by a Spokane company,  is equipped with machinery, but has  been idle for about five years. It is  said that a long tunnel will be driven  from a low level. ,  SKYLARK TAKEN  FOR $30,000  Bonded by Five Residents of  Phoenix.  RECEIPTS.  Production.   Rents and Land Sales..  $2,848,551  ���     : I7.796  Total receipts...... .$2,966,347  DISBURSEMENTS.  Working expenses.v...   . $1,814,216  Cost of foreign ore and matte   868,617  ACTIVE   WORK  ALREADY  STARTED  Well Known Mull Grade Claim Two Mile  from Phoenix li Being Pumped Ont���Hit,  torv of tne Mine.  Total   .... :$2,682,833  Making a net profit for the year: of  $283,514, which with the surplus from  last year made a total surplus of $833,-  000.  In addressing the shareholders  President Miner said:  "It is now seven years since I became identified with this property  These seven years have been years of  very strenuous work and the progress  which the company has made has  been secured only by your management with much difficulty, always  working together with mutual confidence and unity of purpose. I ask  that my name be not put up for re-  nomination to the directorate. I am,  however, one of the very largest shareholders in the company, notwithstanding reports tp the contrary. I have  good faith in the property if well managed, and shall always have a deep interest in and best wishes for its success."  From the above it appears that the  American interests now have control  of the Granby Co., but there is nothing  to indicate that James J- Hill, of the  Great Northern, has secured a dominant interest, as so loudly proclaimed  a few months ago, and steadily denied  then and since by the president and  manager of the Granby.  It is stated that 380,000 shares still  remain in Canadian hands, while 950,-  000 shares are owned by Boston, New  York, Spokane and other American  people. As the direct management  remains where it has been for the last  six years, in the hands of Jay P.Graves,  The rich Skylark claim has at last  passed into the hands of a syndicate of  Phoenix men under lease and bond.  Negotiations have been going on for  some months to this end, and now A.  B. W.: Hodges, 6...B. Smith, Jr!, \V. S.  Macy, Dr. R. B. Boucher and H. A.  Wright have started a force of men at  work-on the property, which is located  about two miles from Phoenix, in the  high grade belt. The owner is Giovanni Lavagnini, of : Salt, Lake City,  Utah, and the bond is granted on  favorable terms, the payments! extending over two years. , The price is not  made public, but it is understood to be  in the neighborhood of $30,000.  7Xast.Saturday.the initial work consisted in getting a;, No. 5,; Cameron  pump and a boiler on the ground, ��� and  already the water in the shaft has been  reduced some 50 feet under Foreman  Roe. As soon as this is completed,  the active work of development will  commence and be carried on energetically. A number of parties have been  trying to secure a bond on this well  known property for nearly a year past  ���since more attention has been directed to the high grade prospects of  the Boundary���but none of them were  successful up to the present.  The Skylark is one of the oldest and  best developed claims in the camp of  the same name. It was located in July  1893, by James Atwood and partner,  and later was bonded to Howard C.  Walters of the Spokane and Great Nor  them Mining Co., who worked the  property and shipped about 100 tons  of high grade ore the following winter.  Considerable work was done in 1898  by C. K. Ruger, of Butte, Montana,  but owing to the lack of transportation  facilities work was suspended. The  property is developed by an incline  shaft of 100 feet, with some 325 feet  of drifting, besides surface cuts.  The shipments that were packed out  in the early days by Mr. Waiters, gave  from 150 to 300 ounces in silver and  $15 to $20 in gold, the second class  ore running somewhat less.  J. C. Eden and other Great Northern officials gave a dinner in Spokane  Monday night in honor of the Montreal <\: Boston party then on the way  home from the Boundary.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  J       The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary  mines lor 1900, for  1901, for UK  (Kg 1902, tor 1903, aud iw, as reported to the Phoenix  Pioneer���  Past   |��  igoo  1901  1902  1903  1904  Week L&  wsjGranby Mines, Phoenix  (34,583  231,762  309,85S  393,718  421,220  10,350 KA  NET .Snowshoe,               "  297  1,731  20,800  71,212  W Brooklyn,               "  150  2.283  1.570 m.  |K<| Mother Lode, Deadwood  5,340  99,034  141,326  138,079  141.524  4,5011 Kg!  S&B Sunset,                 "  S02  7.455  15.731  273  ^&) Morrison,              "  150  3,339  ...... fif;  pffljB. C. Mine,        Summit  19,494  47,405  14,811  19,365  RS-j K.Bell,                       "  560  InfftlMiima,                      "  6.50  8,530  22,937  2S.S32  1,243 H  mra Senator                     "  363  1,756  BSE Oro Denoro               "  ....  15.537  14,762  J8-II  69 Brev Fogle               "  222  MM No. 37  ....  364  Mai Mountain Rose        "  760  <MtS  Wi Reliance  <><!  m  Wm Winnipeg,   Wellington.  1,076  1,040  785  2,435  BSe Golden Oown,       "  2,250  625  Atlielstan-Jaekpot "  1,200  550  5.646  3,1)26  f*li  King Solomon, W.Copper  875  No. 7 Mine, Central   . . i' . . .  665  482  Citv of Paris,     "  2,000  Jewel,           Long Luke  160  350  Carmi,            West Fork  ....  S90  Providence,   Providence  219  993  661  Elkhorn   ......  490  305  E. P. U and  Goldfinch  167  246  i  Rubv,   Boundary Falls  80  3,230  99,730  3,456  390.000  325  684,461     507.545  618.138  i7'!,52��i  Granbv Smelter treated,  62,387  230,828  312,340  401,921  454,979  :i,210|��ffi  (j^M.&B.       "          "  ......  ������������������     3,109  1,948 M  *&  ���if  >*!'  t  f     i  i   I  ��� or?.  nl��^*l��ftlMMi��MI'M����^  ���tSMmsMWM!8aMHi*MM^ 30
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The other is the racial cry, and will be
worked mostly in Quebec.    We shall
treat of these matters at a later date.   ;
In  Yale-Cariboo there  have been'7
three candidates in nomination for several months, as  follows: Martin   13ur-
rell,  Conservative,  of  Grand  Forks;
Ernest Mills, Socialist, of Greenwood,
and Duncan Ross, Liberal, of Greenwood.    We have named  them in the
order that the parties scored in Grand
Forks riding in the provincial election
held just a year ago this week.    At
that time the Conservatives polled exactly twice as many votes as the Liberals, but of course in the larger Dominion   constituency,   and  with 'the
powerful Grit machine at their  back,
the Liberals hope  to stem  the Tory
tide now sweeping over the west.   It is
not believed, by those best informed,
that they will succeed, but there will
bet interesting   developments   as  the
campaign   progresses,   which   will be
duly chronicled as they occur.
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.-  -   Senator Te'mpletnan's Victoria Times
-'-had the following little bit of pleasantry
,  ^ in its editorial columns last week Fri-
1 ,   day,,which would be highly interesting
if true:
t,   '"If there were any doubt as to the
personal strength of W. A. Galliher
, and Duncan Ross in Kootenay and
Yale-Cariboo, the revival of the mining industry as a result of the special
encouragnment given  by the government, would alone be sufficient to as
sure   their triumph   on the   3rd of
November.   But there is   no doubt
whatever .that the candidates are, as
the  government   they    support    is,
popular."
Firstly, the personal strength of W.
;   A. Galliher in Yale-Cariboo, as far as
we can leam, is nil.    When he stands
in Kootenay this time, there is a popular impression that Charles H. Mac
kintosh,   the Conservative candidate,
will attend to him so that the campaign will not be forgotten.
r    Secondly, the revival of the mining
industry in Yale-Cariboo,  if such it
may be called, is no more due to
Duncan Ross than it is to the man
in the moon — perhaps not as much.
Asa matter of fact,  there has  been
steady progress in mining here ever
since the country was discovered—for
which no thanks are   due   to   the
Liberals.
Thirdly, because there will be no
election in Yale-Cariboo or Kootenay
on November 3rd. By a gerrymander
in these constituencies the election will
be held a couple of weeks later, for
which we can thank our Liberal friends
at Ottawa, and the electorate will'
doubtless bear it in mind when the
time comes.
Coining from the personal organ of
a member of Sir   Wilfred  Laurier's
There is still great demand for lead
at Port Arthur.
Now watch the political war horses
climb into their armor cap-a-pie.
The Spokane Fair seemed to have
quite an attraction for Phoenicians this
week.
Do something for somebody quickly;
there is a lot of satisfaction in it—to
you.
This winter should be, a good one
in Phoenix, but there'll be no boom—
just steady growth.
Let us be thankful for our limited
water supply in Phoenix. Haifa loaf
is better than no bread.
For some time Republic had no
bank. Fow it is to have two. Times
must be improving there.
Joe Martin says he will run as a
straight Liberal at Nanaimo. A straight
turn down will be his portion.
Was it a bid for Hibernian votes
when Dan O'Hara, of Ashcroft, was
appointed returning officer for Yale-
Cariboo.
Twenty men are working at the zinc
enrichment plant at Rosebery.   '
The foundation for one of the zinc
plant buildings at Roseberry has been
laid.'
Last week Rossland ore shipments
were 5,120 tons, or 203,302 tons for
the year.
The Paradise mine, situated in
Northeast Kootenay, will put in an
aerial tramway.
Oil mining will be one of the great
industries of Southeast Kootenay in
the near future.
, Operations are being resumed at the
American Boy, in the Slocan. It has
been closed down since last spring.
Twelve men are now employed at
the North Star mine. In September
shipments amounted to over 750
tons.
Coal Creek colleries turned out
35,000 tons in September, which is
about 5,000 tons short of the highest
record.
The tram at the Molly Gibson will
be ready to work just as soon as the
trams are put in. The mine will employ 25 men.
A. Sharp, M. E., mining expert for
P. Bums & Co., has just been examining the mineral • resources of the
Windermere district.
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It is stated on what is claimed to
be good authority that the St. Eugene
mine will pay a profit of $500,000 to
the stockholders this year.
Fred T. Hazen, of Poplar, has,the
only pure graphite mine in the province.
It is situated on the St. Mary's river,
and the lead is three feet wide.
Shipments of ore to and through
Kaslo have been quite heavy recently.
The Lucky Jim- shipped 800 tons,
Mountain Con. 42, Bismarck, 22,
Rambler 17. '"
Two important mining events for
Southeast Kootenay will take place in
the near future, the reopening of the
Sullivan mine and the blowing in of
the smelter at Marysville.
Head Office and Works.
SHERBROOKE,  QUE.
Branch Offices and Warehouses:    •
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VANCOUVER, B.C.
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You should if you don't. It gives the news
of the Boundary, ft works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by
any clique or faction. It is worth $J0.C0.
Itlcosts only $2.00.
R.B.KERR,
Barrister and Solicitor,
notary public.
PHOENIX, B.C.
$100 Reward, $100.
•The readers of tilli* paper will lie ult-iued to
leurn that thero ln-nt lc«ni one dreaded (Unease
that Kdoiico ha* boon ntile lo i*ure in ml lis
Htiiucx. Hint that IsCuturrh. Ilnli'n Calanli Cure
lathe only positive iMire now kniiwii to Ihe
medical fraternity, rniarrh bclinc* '-oiiKtliii-
lltinal disease, reiiulieait I'oimtltulliniB] treat-
inonl Halt's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal I v.
mrlliigdlrec ly upon Ibe blood nnd m neons sur-
Jtti-cs of tbe system, therebv detitrovlni*; the
I .„,).l. tlnn   r.1 .V..  ..J..... -    *.»        .......  '.    ...
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I'Uiuiatlon of tho dlseiiso, and (riving the pa
tleut strength by building up Ihe ennsiltult.
and iisslstiiii*; nature In doing its work.   Tl.„
proprietors hnvc no much fnlih In its punitive
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|      You Should Read
■I'HOENIX Atltli*
NO. US.
4"""«» on Hriili*
I- O. O. p.
SNOWS1IOKI.OUCK.S*0;4,
Meets ever}  Mouduy l£veii|nK ,,  „.;,,    .
Visiting „retnerll co'.j.,,,'I"**,* ffd' »•**.
Alex. Milkic. N.O, 7 ..?
«*W-*.M«AD.R.i.8rc->. '
Wm.Delahay.I-cr.Kln.Utcy
THE PHOENIX PIONEER
The Leading Weekly
of the Boundary.
Head
About  to Burst from Severe  Bullous
Attack.
"I had a severe bilious attack and
felt like my head was about to burst
when I got hold of a' free sample of
Chamberluin's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. I took a dose of them after
supper and the next day felt like a new
man and have been feeling happy ever
since," says Mr. /. W. Smith, of Juliff,
Texas. For billiousness, stomach
troubles and constipation these,Tablets
have no equal. Price 25 cents. For
sale by all druggists.
OLLA  PODRIDA.
—o
1 It's worth your while to read the
last item in the local items this week.
There's nothing in it for us, but there
is something for you.
"Greatly pleased" bjit faintly expresses the opinion of the Montreal &
Boston people who were here last week;
and they were not tenderfeet, either.
Parliament being dissolved, Bill
Galliher no longer represents this section at Ottawa—in fact, he never represented it any way, except in name.
The Spokesman-Review, of Spokane,
has its own way of looking at politics.
It supports the national Republican
ticket and the state Democratic ticket
No wonder it is called Re-pop-ocratic
I've always noticed, great success
Is mixed with troubles, more or less,
And it's the man that does the best
Who gets more kicks than all the rest.
—James Whitcomb Riley.
The man who has money to burn
generally has a hot time of it.
The Ledge asserts this is the very
latest:
'Off again!
On again!
Kuropatkin.
All men except politicians alwa)s
figure that lightning will strike some
one else.
One trouble with the oldest inhabitant is that he remembers too many incidents of his boyhood days that never
happened.
Special Excwsion to World's
.    Fait.
The Denver & Rio Giancle, in connection with (he Missouri Pacific,  will run
a series of Personally Conducted Excur-
sioiiR to th« World's Fair during June.
These excursions will run through to St.
Louis without change of cars, milking
short stops at principal points enroute.
The first01'these Excursions leaves Port-
Innd June 7th, and the second June 17.
The rate from Spokane will be *60.00 to
St.   Louis  and   return.   Excursionists
going vifi the Denver A Rio Grande have
the privilege of returning via a different
route    This  is the mo*t pleasant way,
as well ns the most delightful  route to
cross the continent.   The stops arranged
L'ive an opportunity,of visiting the various points 'if interest in and about Salt
Lake City, Denver and Kansas City.   If
you wish to!n*i*i>inpanv one of these excursions write at once'to W. C. McBtide,
124 Thiiil street, Portland,  for sleeping
car reservations.
3fe
Published iti the Heart of the Greatest Gold
Copper belt of British Columbia.
In 1903
0. R. & N. Summer Book.'
The handsome 1904 summer book
"Restful Recreation resorts," issued by
the passenger department of the Otegon
Railroad aitd Navagation Company - is
just out. It tells all about the summering places of the Columbia river
Valley—a brief description of the trips
„i,-ri        , I up and down the Columbia river   to
cabinet,   such   erroneous   statements £ mountainS( beacheS) £&?%£
must have been made as a joke, for and fountains of healing where they
the veriest tyro in politics knows bet-1 a>e and how to reach them. The book
ter than that. has  a special designed front cover,
printed in two colors, and the inside
pages are splendidly illustrated by
costly and beautiful half-tones. A copy
of this publication may be obtained by-
sending two cents in stanps to A. L.
Craig, General Paj-senger Agent of the
Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, Portland.
THE DOMINION APPEAL.
-At last the Laurier government has
decided to risk an appeal to the people/and has set November 3d as the
iateful day—with the exception of a
few constituencies, including Yale-Cariboo.    In jhese the election will occur
Good pointers are essential in any
business.   I would be pleased to give
—   ■ —-   wwvi.uii   „m  UIA.UI      ~—'*"«•"        -■■    "V»u«J   U^ JJlCaSCU   IO     glVC
two or three weeks later, according te i ^on some S00(* P°*nters on the good
the scheme laid out by the Grit noli-1S."?1'^6 of tl)e Mutual Life of Canada,
ticians for purposes   best knoJ tQ 1Ed-H. Mortimer, the Phoenix ..gent.
B. C. Returnlnj! Officers Appointed.
A dispatch from Ottawa states that
the clerk of the crown chancery sent
out writs for the British Columbia constituencies returning officers as follows:
Vancouver—Geo. V. Fraser, Vancouver.
New Westminster—Sheriff" T. F.
Armstrong.
Yale-Cariboo — D. O'Hara, Ashcroft.
Comox-Atlin---F. McB. Young, Nanaimo, '■■''.
Nanaimo—C. H. Baker,   Nanaimo.
Victoria—H. J. Siddall, Victoria.
Kootenay—John  Boultbee,    Ross
land.- -■'. .•:;7.7.7:
Hospital Donations
L>t of Donations received since Jan.
1st, 190*1, to the Phoenix General. Hospital:
Cash $100 Clement S. Houghton, Boston
J-?*8'1 f*00* • - A Friend
y'sh*-«° •• , A l-'rlend
*<l-je.*'3.oo A Krleud
Cash $5.00 i j, strut;,,.!
Frncltire lledand Furultiirc.value |6o,;,A Friend
$•"■"• Jso ...,...T. Knlon & Co., Toronto
W,le" * • Mrs. I. Crawfori
Chiiuiwnre......  Misses Crawford
5v , &5" Canadian Xand Drill Co
t     i*5? >■.-".- *•"' ...Hospital Btaff
I.oiid.scai>e Garden 1 Mrs. K. I). Kerr
ii Crate Strawberries t. h. raters
£-*'r»P AKriend
J-'"* *5-oo M- MuIlill
.ash $3.oo „ A Kt.ieild
idoji. Bed Spreads A j-riend
Pair "Hitches; ._. George Chaplain
Granite Tea Pot Morrin, Thompson & Co.
Magazines „ „ w. s# Macy
Vegetables.      ■ .;. Mr8, j. K- mii'a
Crnte Strawberries... Mrs. W. S. Macy
Cash *i.oo per month V. &,N.Te!ephoiie Co.
oraf.e-l£-     errie!--- ...-...-.Mr. W.S. Macy
Cosh, $60.00 Bachelors Dance
Cash $5.00... Kobt Horrell
Jar Strawberry Jam Mrs. Wm. Fraser
Cash to.00.... ..; a Friend
the entire Boundary shipped 680,000 tons of ore,
nearly every ton of which was reduced by
BOUNDARY SMELTERS
Phoenix camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of oie
last year.
o The Pioneer is published every Saturday and
and is sent to any part of Canada or the United
States for
$2.00
per year��or the rest of the world for $3.00 per
ypar.   It gives the:.;.
Latest and Most
Reliable News
dary Mines and Smelters.     It is fearless
independent, and aims to be
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subscription can begin at any time
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am. Union Pacific
ONLY LINE EAST Via
Salt Lake and Denver.
Two Trains Daily. /
Stenniriiip tickets to Kiiropenndbtl.w
foreiirn countries;.
'.eaves
Dally
Spokane Time Schedule*
Kffcetlve Nov. 21 iooi
Arri»tc
Dally    ,
:.»ja.m. VAST MAIt-To and froa.
Coeur d'Aleiie district, K.rm.
™i ,°" °»rae''« * <""■«. Pull.
£,■«■.   'Moacow. •Pomerov,
nalla,Peiid clou,BakerCltv
ai I point. H.„'t„ "r Ul' .      •
1:30 p. „,. KxpKKss For K.r';;;i;iii„i7iM
Oarfield   Cotfta,   Pullm,,.
si?.*2>W,r-fw''-0"',,'*,rl|a«d
f. i ,Jf""5'"c->' H«k« **'ity
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""^S-i'rom «li point.
Hast, Ilaker City, S111 J»r«n.
fi.,S>,P3ri,"",1ldolC".«*"-
♦Ittcep, Smfd.;.'"11*"a-'"-«<--- .*....v,.....4..-.
SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.
San Frnncisco-Portlaml Route.
■( al«'!Lm "J'r from AI"«worth doc^i Portlaad,
?ii*u'.?',""d rro'" !»P«»'-»»r«l »h.rf, SaaKraa:
C11H.0, at 10 a. m. every five days.       ..'
Tickeu 011 sale at all B. V. fc *v. station..
ir^?.- fu,t\":r '»rorinatiou a. to rate., tune 01
trains, equipment, elc.addrew
GKO. J. MOm.KK.Ceiieral Aieat,
Riverside Ave..SpolUiie. Waih
Spokane Falls
&
The only all rail route lietween points,
east, went ami (with lo Rofslanil, Nel-
8°?/ ,JrB,,<l Kork8 ""d *R«public.
iluISet cars run Imtween Spokine'and
Ntirtliport...
«PFKCTIVKJUNKm; ,ooj.
Leave. : .,,,„
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"*<>»■ '»■  Kosslaiid. H ..."   ,i:« p.»,
?*•"'"• "'•• ........Nelson     !» p; »
'?•»» >> - -Orand Forks.        . 4 o» o. n..
•.•.I" a. «,.......„ Republic ZZ.Z„fosl.u.
all the time
PUBLISHING CO.
PHOENIX/B C.
O^XHKH>0<K>0<H><
Grand ForKs,   Phoenix
and Greenwood
STAGE   LINE.
J.F.ROYKR.
Proprietoi.
themselves.
The Liberals, according to all ac-
. When Yo-j Need Pbyjlc
0  -  _.. __       Get a box of the old   reliable   Dr,
counts, will have two battlecries for Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and But-
the campaign — one is the building of ternut» which loosens the bowels with-
the Grand Trunk Pacific and  piacti-" ?*' c,^usinS -frj.PinS Pain«-   ^o remedy - , -
1(       ,. . -       ,      ,     IS half so satisfactory as Pr. Ham Iton's'own er snou-d use Nerviline.
cally making  a present thereof to the j KIlgi - Price-2SC. ■ large aSc bottles.
A Noted Horseman's Eiperlence.  .
Mr. Antoine Wend.ling.owner of De-
veras, 211^, and   proprietor   of   the
Clifton House, Brockville, says no liniment compares with Nerviline for genera^  use   around   the  stable.      For
strains,,   sprains,;    swellings,   internal
pains and especially for   affections of
the whirl bone Nerviline is unequalled.
Mr. Wendiing believes Nerviline is indispensable as a horse liniment; it has
■«..»..o ...I.,- srrengtnf penetrating power and works
No remedy I thoroughly.    Every horse and stock
"    "        ' *"""'"''       "    '"        Sold in
Connects both ways with Great Northern trains
Hare—Grand Fbrka to Phoenix, $*-5o; Phoeuix
to Greenwood,soc; Greenwood to I'hoenix, )i.o<
Greewood to Gi nnd Forks, $3. 03ice in Green
wood, Gt. Northern Telegraph office. In Phoe
nix, McRae Bros. & Smith. In Grand Fork*.
' «'• Norther offices. For express rates, nqulre
at eitner office.
.    ......   .'.".-P^sfi
Phoenix Shoe Shop,
Ail Work Guaranteed
Imported Goods.
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES
MADE  TO ORDER.'
PRACTICAL    MINERS' AND    PROS
PECTORS' SHOES  A SPECIALTV.
Shop on Dominion Avenue.
HIWERAt ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
Notice.
Seth and Jerry Mineral'Claims, aituate in the
Greenwoo.-Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located, in Long Lake camp.
, rake"Ptlce that I, Albert U. Ashcroft. acting as agent for the Jewel Gold Mines. Limited.
Free    Miner's   certificate   No. 1185,647, Intend
ply to tht
nprovc
™-",Bi '«* *«« i'h»k"?- "I.W.M.IMHIH h Crowu
Grant of (he above slatm,
And further take notice that action, lindcr sec*,
tion 37,a nut be oornmenced before thelcsuance o>
such Certificate of Improvenieula,
Dated this istbday of August,i$b4,  ;
AtB KBTS:\BHCaOFtiV.X, S.
m
CITY SCAVENGER
Leave Orders at City
Clerk's Office.
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BV USING
US!
S3|iili
To Seattle, Tacoma,
AND ALL PACIFIC COAST
POINTS.
St. Paul, Chicago,
AND ALL POINTS BAST.
Palace and Tourist Sleeper*, Buffet
Library Cars, Modern day Coacheg, Dining Cars, Meals a La Carte.
Best Meals on Wheels.
SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C,
„..a „.*—— T,le most Perfecty appoint       -
and Pleasure Resort in the -West, with a
th
.-- ---—-...^ »^.DVi«, nt  me  wen, wim a
pletesystem of Baths-^lncludlng Turklah an 1
ltussmn    Open th, year round.   The curat ve
properties of its watera nre unequaled. cur,ulve
cuTaT'fi'onbfe»a.UKI,,!lImaflc' Ncrvou* au<l Mus-
Hor HealliiK'all Kidney, J.'.ver and Stomach
allraeiiu.
For Humiliating all Metalll.PblssiiB from the
Bystem
The crraudeiiir of the scenery is. unrivaled
Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes.w"terrall.'
boat ne, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursion
tennis.    Its winter climate is unsurpassed lor
2 Fast Trains Daily 2
«A8T AND WKST.        «     ■.'.
Special Excursion Rates to ,
WORLD'S FAIR,-ST. LOUIS.
Your choicei df;;rbute.     -j
; For rates and folders and full information regarding tripn call on or addrfse
any agent of the S. F. & N. Railway or
H, A. Jackbon, H. Bbanbt,
G.F.&P.a., C.P. AT. A.,
Spokane.       701 W. River«id»,
Wash. Spokane, Wn.
It WIN be to Your lalereti
If you contemplate visiiinjj the St.
Louis Exposition,: to secure reliable information a» to railroad Bervice; the lowest rates and best routes. Also as to
local conditions in St. Louis, hotel*;'-.etc.
If you will write the undersigned,
stating what Information you desireithe
game will btf promptly furnished. If wp
do not have it on hand,'will eecure it for
you if pdssible, and without any exptrnw
to you.   Address
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Commmerclal AgtiDt,
14? Third St.,Portli»nd; Ore.
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I,". ..."■■.'f* *.-       .*=r~~,.     .    ,,-...- -~-  '^   i^^H*!tf^~aJPT9~"'TKP™—~'"'i *"~\ip-'"     i   i;ji r    . I ')���:���. ���'^���.',*:*t.:.-/.tt��i!J/-,i  l^KHfO^NIX WGNBER  *) Gait Coal  i ��i*  delivered to any part of  the city.  Hay, Grain,  Oats, Whkat, Fkkd.ktc.  Large stock.  �����     *��       Good Dry Wood.  ^  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  ,:, ||.     ������ .  Knob.Hill Aye.,���.;..���   01<^J^;       Phoenix, B.C.  VOTERS IN  YAIKARIBOO  Their  Line-up   in Last  viricial Election.  Pro-  FIGURES TO  INTEREST POLITICIANS  PRESIDENT C0MMER01IL OLUB,  ������������:���*'     OF LOUISIANA. SAYS: *  "THEKE IS NO flNER MEDICINE TtfAN PE-RU-NA."  #'  Phoenix Livery Stable  Matheson & Matheson-, Props.  NfPW CARRIAGES    AND   OTHER  11 WW  HORSES AND SADDLES.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.   A share of the public  '    patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  1  verybody remember that  asy their minds will be if they  ani money and deposit it with the  MPIPS Bill where it will  am interest at 3.     Rate paid by  very leading Bank in Canada,  stab'ished 1859.  Out of a Total of 5,537 Voters, tbe Cnnterv.  atlves Secured More Than tbe Liberals  and Socialists Combined.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVBB  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  which gives Perfect Work in the shortest  time with the 'greatest ease of operation.  i.'������''������ ������.:'-.;.'���       Write for Catalogue.  ..���','  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,  I P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  Now  that  the   Conservatives  and  Liberals   and    Socialists  have  made  nominations to contest the constituency  of Yale Cariboo  in   the approaching  Dominion elections,   some  figures  in  regard to the vote  in   this, Dominion  constituency^t the   last  election ��� a  provincial election���which was held on  October 3, 1903, will be found  of interest, and will   be   worth  while  preserving, as being an indication  of the  trend of the  voters' Opinion���at   least  in that  contest.    In  this  Dominion  constituency of Vale-Cariboo there are  eight provincial constituencies, and thej  totalbf the votes  cast  in  these con  stituencies, by parties, ,in  the election  referred to was as follows: '  Conservatives...-,.;......... ...2,847  Liberals ...... ......... .���������.. ...2,229  Socialists     461  Total....;... ..... v.... 5,537  From these figures it will be noticed  that- the Conservatives polled more  votes than the combined other two  parties by 157 ballots. In detail the  the vote in eaeh provincial constituency Was as follows, the figures  being taken from the Year Book of  British Columbia, issued last year after  the election:  Soc.   Total.  ��� I  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  .... Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.;  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Siiverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt'attention.  .   [",1   V)    !,   >.'���  LINE.  Mveen Phoenix1- and Greenwood.  >;"'"      "-    DAILY.    -  Leave Phoenix at 10 a. in.       Arrive Greenwood at 11 a. in.  Arrive  ,4.30 p. m.    Leave  3 P* m.'  \*&S        JOHN WALTERS, Prop,  '   Riding  Cons.  Lib.  Cariboo......  <,    208  '(    188  247  218  Grand Forks.  ..    340  173  Greenwood...  ..    181  238  Kainlnops..'..  .    517  494  Lillooet   .   ;;ro     OkaiKi-ian. ..:  ..    725  552  Similkameen.  .. . 2911  214  Yale   .'.   201  309  232  229  -;  440  751  608  1011  370  1277  511  520  vuttererf With Kidney and Liver Trouble  for Twelve Ycarc���Pc-ru-na Curcc!  tllm���Feels Better Than for Twenty  Years.  . Totals.... 2847 2229 491 5537  In Lillooet there was no contest, the  Conservative nominee being returned  by acclamation, and the total of names  on the voters' list being used in that  case. In some of the other constituencies there were a few spoiled  ballots, but the totals are substantially  the same. The Socialists had nominees in Grand Forks and Greenwood  ridings only, out of the eight. In  Cariboo there are two members, each  voter being allowed to vote for two.  As the campaign becomes more interesting, this table will be found useful for reference.  HAROLD  NELSON'S   RETURN.  The new edition of the COPPER HANDBOOK lists and describes 3,311 cop-  - per mines and copper mining companies, in all  partH of the world, covering the  globe, these descriptions riincingfrom two lines to 12 pnp-es in length, according to  importance.of the mines.   The descriptions arc not padded, but give facts in "tlir  ' ih'oBt condensed and get-at-able form.  Tliere are also fifteen'miscellaneous chapters,devoted to the Historv, Uses,  Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy. Metallurgy, Finances  und Statistics of Copper, "rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia" of the subject of Copper and everything peitaining to the metal.  It Is the World's Standard Referenoe Book on Copper.  Every Miner, Prospector, Investor, Banker, and Broker needs the book.  Price  7 is $5 in Buckram binding with gilt lop, or rf7.50 in full  library  morrocco, and the  ,��� book. In either binding, will bo sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to anv address in  1 the world, to bo paid for if found satisfactory, or may returned within a week 01 re  7ceiptand thecharge  cancelled.   Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  JSttS^ PHOENIX PIONEER  ..   And Boundary Mining Journal,  You'll have 110 trouble in keeping posted on B undary Mining Matters.  Simply send a'$2 bill for year's trial to  Pioneer Pub. Co., Phoenix, B.C  ��� ���'������������������������������������'������������������������������������  lei ta (ollie faiieb  THE   HOME OK  Hicgfa-Oass  COLLIES  *i�����VVe make' a specialty of breeding the  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction toflockmasters  everywherf. , Write us your wants.  Thos.B. Griffith,  P. O. Box1907. :  Spokane, Wash.  Consumption Begins with a Cough.  The cough racks and tears the tender tissues of the throat. Inflammation supervenes and then serious.bron-  chialior lung trouble is established.  The important time is at the beginning.  Stay the progress of the cough by using fragrant healing Catarrhozone  which reaches every part of the bronchial tubes, throat and lungs.  Catarrhozone destroys disease germs,  stops the cough, heals sore spots,  clears the nose and throat of discharge.  Catarrhozone sooths, never irritates.  Guaranteed for every form of catarrh.  For lasting cure use Catarrhozone,  Two months' treatment $1.00; trial  size 25c.  This Time   He   Submits a Gorgeous Scenic  Production of -Faust."  Since Mr. C. P. Walker undertook  the management of the eminent Canadian actor, Mr. Harold Nelson, he has  given us several very fine dramatic  productions���indeed, may be said to  have raised on a higher plane the  theatrical standards of Western Canada. "Quo Vadis" and Heart and  Sword" are Nelson productions still  well remembered, and now comes  "Faust,"which Mr. Walker promises  will be the most elaborate spectacular  performance yet given.  To make "Faust" impressively realistic, expert electricians travel with  the Nelson company, carrying a mar-  velously complete electrical equipment,  The sesults of their work are strikingly  manifested in the representation of a  sulphurous Inferno, in the' beautiful  Garden scene, and the wonderful  apotheosis. No such ambitious attei'npt  has ever been made in western theatres.  Mr. Nelson brings all his ripe art to  bear on the part of Mephisto, showing tbe cunning and wickedness of the  arch fiend without overlooking those  lighter touches. This fine preformance  comes to us on Monday, Oct. 10th.  . lion. William Y.'atso.-i AVa.shlmrn,  President 0/ the Ix>r.:-.i-i::'-i, Commercial'  Club, ��nd a very v.-cll l:::ov.*.*i :���:���:���.; ��!  Sew Orleans, La., writes from c:~ Canal  Btroet:  "1 am satisfied that Ciorc U not a finer  medicine placed bc'oro tho jiii'.jllc to-day  than Peruna. I have been (rouhicd f��i-  nearly twelve years with kidney' anil  liver trouble, and at times I have been .-.  pretty sick man, unable to attend to my  duties. I had about mado up my mind  that no medicine could help.me, 'when  one of your booklet:; -was brought to my  office which I read in a leisure hour. I  then decided to give Peruna a tri.-il and  found that I had   at  last secured the  ri:;M. medicine for mo. Tor two months  J used Jt faithfully and then felt so ymll.  I v.'is like it youiis man onco more  This vas over a yoar-ago and J havo -net.  had ar.y trouble since. '.Although'lam..  In. tlio seventies I feel better a.iu more,  active than 1 did thirty years ago."---  Y>r.y>\ Washburn.'  Jiostderangements of the kidncj-b aro  due to catarrh of the kidneys. Perdna  is a catarrh remedy. 'This', explains  why it is that Pernna cure* �� great  number of kidney diseases in which  the usual remedies fail.  If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Perun��,-  write at oheo to Dr. Hartman, giving *-.  full statement of your case, and he will  be pleased to give you his valuatflo advice gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman, President o��  Tho Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus, 0��  The Most  Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  Through Salt Lake City, Glenwood SpHngu, Leadville, Pueblo, ,m  Colora'do Springs and Denver. f.  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Many  , others in the neighborhood   think  the  i same as I do about  this remedy and.  i want no other kind for their children."  I For sale by all druggists.  ���21  20  *H  ���>��  II  9  2  l  12  IO  iK  >'A  t'A  i  Every Lady Should Know  That Ferrozone removes the causes  that interfere with' the proper discharge  of all womanly functions; it corrects  irregularities and is especially good for  women who are nervous and subject  to headache, lame back, bearing down  pains, despondency and . tiredness.  Ferrozone is a blood builder and purifier and can't be excelled for the complexion. uFor your good looks and  health use Ferrozone. Price 50c per  box at druggists.  Causa of Lockjaw.  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  fOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pioneer Pub. Co.,   - Phoenix, B.C.  Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a  bacillus or germ which exists plentifully  in street dirt. It is inactive so long as  exposed to the air. but when carried  beneath the skin, as in the wounds  caused by percussion caps or by rusty  nails, and when the air is excluded the  germ is aroused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known.  There germs may be destroyed and all  danger of lockjaw avoided by applying  Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely as  soon as the injury is received Pain  Balm is an antiseptic and causes such  injuries to heal without maturation and  in one third the time required by the  usual treatment. It is for sale by all  druggists.  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsman!  To lieol and soften the skin and remove grease,  oil and rust utaius, paint and and earth, etc., use  the "Mnster Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mfrs  DO YOU DO THESE THItNQS?  Are You Helping Earnestly to Build   up Your  Town.  Are you helping to build up your  town? If not, why not? Do you speak  hopefully of it to strangers? Do you  speak favorably of the town's business  houses and mines? Do you patronize  home institntions and home enterprises  and home goods? Do you believe in  the capabilities of things and people  here? Do you applaud the man who  is trying to build up something or do  something for the country's betterment? Do you do your share of the  public dead work, a certain amount of  which exists in every community?  Ifyoudoall these things you are  assisting in the material upbuilding of  the community.  On the other hand, if you buy goods  abroad that ought to be bought at  home; if you malign men and enterprise  just for petty jealousy or pure cussed  ness; if you place your business with  outside agents who flatter you a little,  rather than with those who maintain  offices in your midst; if you refuse  your time and talents to help along  public movements only to criticise  those who do, you are not assisting in  the betterment of things. Your ideas  may differ from others, let the public-  have the benefit of them, but don't  sulk if they are not accepted. The  majority is more liable to be right than  you, so let the majority rule.  The man who sits in his chair and  snarls, snarls at tbe Government, at  the public ofiicials, at business men,  at proposed undertakings, at the Board  of Trade, at the churches, at the benevolent societies, at everything but  himself, is neither useful nor ornamental to the community. He neither  helps nor adorns the town where he  lives. Don't be a dead weight; don't  be a wet blanket; don't be a knocker,  be a positive helpful citizen.��� Boundary Creek Times.  The  Luxury  of a  BATH...  and Hot ttr in 00 Seconds,  IN   REACH   OF   EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO WATER  HEATER, the latest invention, at  Htmter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Sole Agents for Phoenix.  For Detailed Information, address  W. C.McBRIDE, General Apent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON".  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This the only completely  'equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix  B, C,  Made from the BEST MALT and PUREST  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX HEER and insist  on having it.  PHOENIX BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  Standard Avk. and Bannkk St. :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  9  i  ?  T  i  9  2 Practical Horseshoeing. Blachsmlthing,  Dominion Ave., Phoenli, B. C.  e  e  000Q0669099O0Se*C<>*90aO9OO  WEBB & MAYNARD  General Painting and  . . Sign Writing  Greenwood, B. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   'Phone 53,  We make good bread,      Try it,  .C. VV. GREER, Proprietor,  '^Z;-0?ZW  wUf1|*if  ���si;**;  KM  '   ���    ���J' -  . J *  ���, !'"  w  'Z  I  iii  y -,  I  I  ������b\  rl '��*$*. ������'J''-*  Si��  m  m i  ma  \tx> -' J  II  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  In and Around Phoenix  ^  I1R1EF  TOPICS OF  LOCAL AND  GENERAL  INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS.  are  the  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  James Shanks left for Cananea, Mex-  i.To. last Wednesday.  Greenwood's council has fixed the  ;jrfew hour at 10 p. m.  Read the last item of the locals this  week.    It's worth your while.  Mr. and  Mrs.  John A. Morrin  . spending a vacation at the coast.  D. W.  Moore,  ore buyer - for  Trail smelter, was here Thursday.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Oct ioth  to 14th.  See Mrs. Almstrom for Millinery at  her residence, on. lower Dominion  avenue.  Dick Lorahand family have gone on  a two months' visit to his old home at  Reading, Penn.  P. Burns & Co. have made a donation of $25 in'cash to the Phoenix  General Hospital.  Arthur Branson; formerly of Phoenix,  bur now at.Sand Joint, Idaho, was in  the city Sunday,,  A political meeting was held Thursday evening at Eholt, Candidates Ross  and Burrell appearing.   vl  Boyle, the druggist, sells those fine  panoramic views'of Phoenix by Kinney.  Several different kinds.  Duncan Ross, Liberal candidate, of  Greenwood, is starting off again on  another campaign tour.  Three year old Gladys Macy has  sent out invitations to little friends to  her birthday party next Monday.  The infant child of Geo. B. Paul,  the popular accountant at the Mother  Lode smelter, died last Saturday.  - ; Arthur S. Williamson, who has been  ' visiting his old home in the Shetland  Islands, returned to Phoenix Thursday.  Montreal & Boston ore shipments  have necessiated the C.P.R. putting on  an extra train and crew to handle the  traffic! -  Don't worry.   Get Mortimer to insure you. Life, Fire, Accident or Sickness in the best English and Canadian  ���'Companies. ,.  William   Spier, ' manager   of   the  ' Eastern Townships   Bank at Grand  Forks, is off to the" coast, with  Mrs.  - Spier on a vacation.  ' \\ Wednesday, November 16th, is the  ' date set by the Ladies' Aid of the  Presbyterian church for their annual  . bazaar and concert.  A great deal of interest was shown  . locally in the outcome of the annual  meeting of the Granby Co., held last  , Tuesday 'at Montreal.  Monday the six weeks' old daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Fraser; passed  away from acute infantile troubles,  after four weeks of illness.  For International Coal stock  L. Martin.  sec  ].  McMillan  George C. Hodge, of Nelson, is in  the city.  Dr.   Simmons,    dentist,  block, Oct. 13 to 16.  Engineer Taylor, of the Granby  mines, has gone to the St. Louis Exposition.  The Hospital Ladies' Aid have decided to give a ball on the evening of  October 13th.  Master Mechanic, Fraser, of the  Granby mines, is away on a visit to the  Coeur d'Alenes.  For large returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, U. C.  Rev. Perley visited Spokane this  week to see what the capital of the Inland Empire looked like, and got back  safely.  Little was done at the city council  meeting this week aside from paying a  number' ofJ-nlls and receiving notice of  the introduction of a curfew by-law.  About twenty of the residents of  Phoenix, from the mayor to a representative ol the widely read family  journal of the Boundary, visited the  Spokane Fair this week.  Safety first, profit next, these factors  for thirty-four years  have placed  the  Mutual Life of Canada as the true  policy-holder's Company to  where your savings are safe  fitable.    Get Mortimer to  figures.  Any subscriber to the  Pioneer can get the Montreal Family  Herald and Weekly Star free for rest  of 1904 hy simply paying up his sub.  scription or paying for a year1 in advance. Tim is'an offer worth taking  advantage of���getting the best paper  in the Boundary and the best weekly  in the east at a low figure, A $2 bill  will do the trick, and it can come by  eiiher mail, telegram, or .Marconi-  gram.  Each one is a foot long, What is?  Why those panoramic views ofPhoenix  by G. B. R. Kinney up at Black's  Jewelry store.  Dc 't fool with your duty to your  family, but see to it at once that jour  next policy will be with the Mutual  Life of Canada, where you get 100c.  on the dollar of the profits. Ed. Mortimer, agent.  Watch Found.  Found, a gentleman's watch on Old  Ironsides avenue. Owner can have  same by proving property at lid.  Black's jewelry store on First Street,  and paying for this advertisement.  insure in,  and pro-  give   you  ,   Phoenix  THIRD ANNUAL HOSPITAL BALL.  MR. C. P.WALKER'S PRODUCTIONS.  Local Theatre doers Will See Several of Them  This Season.  Mr. C. P. Walker, of Winnipeg,   is  rapidly  extending  his  field  of operations.    Besides   his  circuit  of   five  theatres  (which   includes   Winnipeg'.*,  popular playhouse), be is directing the  tour of Mr. Harold Nelson, and of his  newly formed comedy company.    This  last-named organization will be seen in  all   the   principal towns of Western  Canada, presenting the latest comedy  success.    Each of these  people   will  twice make the trip from Winnipeg to  the   Pacific    Coast,   each  presenting  four plays new  to  Western  Canada.  To illustrate, Mr. Harold   Nelson   on  his first tour to the coast  will  present  "Heart and Sword," and a thoioughly  metropolitan  production  of "Faust,"  Goethe's   immortal   drama.   On   the  second trip to the Pacific Gust he will  have    two    other    pretentious   pro  ductions.     The same plan will    be  followed   in   respect  to  the comedy  company.    This means that the  local  theatre patrons will during the current  season   see eight productions directed  by Mr. Walker.  ..Printing^  "That's Our Business"  The Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the Best Quality of  Stationery for auy kind of business. Special  attention paid to work for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  .      "    ADDRESS,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  You Can Get  that grow  and  THE FINEST  FRUITS  and THE   FINEST   CIGARS  TOBACCOS ever smoked at.the new  store of.......  Alex McRae,  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc.  Hardy Block,   - Dominion Ave.  The B*C. Assay ��.  Chemical Supply C��., itf.:  VANCOUVER, B. C,  Direct Importers of Assayer? SuppfaZ  'SoIb'A'ttenta in B, C. for the well-known  Battersea Crucibles. Soorifiere, Muffli*.  etc. Selling ajjents for the F. W. Brim!  Go's Specialties; C��ry Furnace*. Burner*  etc., Men-kB' Pure Chemicals, An��av Ms'  i.w, Platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. Acid*  Borax  Glass and all Heavy Chrmical-T  Speolilty���Silver Frit lori ttf m,,,,, '  Complete Assay Outfits   furniilied  at  nliort notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed,  -���-�� > ��� 9 mo ���-���-# m m % %  1  I  -���-���-���-��  G; W. Rumberger  IMONEEfi 1I1.0CK,  'PHONE N<��. 1-1.  PHOENIX, B.  I  Real Estate  : : and Mines  Houses to Rent. City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and  sold. Information about Phoenix and tjie  Boundary country given on application. '  #  ?  t  Andrew Hackett was arrested Monday in Seattle, on a charge preferred  by a Spokane woman for obtaining  money under false pretenses.  Harry   Sheads, chief of police of  ��� Grand Forks, has left for a visit at his  old home at Gettysburg, Penn., which  he has not seen for 14 years.  James Anderson one of the owners  of the Morrison-Anderson block, was  in the city Saturday from Seattle, where  he is in the saloon business with Mr.  Morrison.  , There is a rumor afloat that Ernest  Mills, of Greenwood,    the   Socialist  - Dominion candidate in this constituency, will not run.    It has not been  confirmed yet.  The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.  Richard Silverthorne sympathize with  thei�� in the death of their four months'  oid son Thursday morning, from an  acute infantile complaint.  Martin Burrell, Conservative candidate for YaIe-(Cariboo, returned home  this week from a trip t-.> the Okanogan  country. He feels much encouraged  with his political prospects.  The Grand Forks News-Gazette announces thai the Great Northern will  establish a divisional point there, as  well as repair shops���all on account of  the traffic originating at Phoenix.  Good pointers are essential in ��� any  busines.s. I would be pleased to give  you some good pointers on the good  qualities of the Mutual Life Of Canada.  Ed, H. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  Ernest Tretheway, of Phoenix C. P.  K. office has been relieving Agent  Redpath, of Greenwood, who went  east'with the remains of his brother,  who was killed on the track at Greenwood.  XV. C. Hower returned Saturday  from a week's visit to the water ��� power  of the Horseshoe Power Co., up the  main Kettle river. While there 160  acres of land were surveyed for the  syndicate.  G, XV. Rumberger has decided to  erect a two story block on Dominion  avenue, adjacent to Morrin, Thompson  & Co.'s store, the excavating having  already been started. A drug .store  will occupy the lower story, with of*  ' fices above.  Given By Ladles' Aid Next Thursday Even  '    ~l��.  At a meeting of the Hospital Indies'  Aid Society held last week Friday, it  was determined to give the third annual ball for the benefit of the hos  pital on Thursday evening, October  13th, at Phoenix,Miners' Union Hall  The society having decided to give  but one entertainment annuaily in -the  future, the host of the friends of the  institution will doubtless be there, 10  assist in making it a financial and social  success. # I  The best music will be provided and  every guest will be presented with a  boutonniere. Spokane ice cream will  be served at the hall, and every  resident of Phoenix is cordially invited  to make himself or herself a rommitte-  of one to invite friends, and thus assist  the hospital in getting many things  which are yet needed.  Chamberlain's Couth Remedy.  No one who is acquainted with it's  good qualities can be surprised at the  great popularity of Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. It not only cures  colds and grip effectually and permanently, but prevents,these diseases from  resulting in pneumonia. It is also a  certain 'cure for croup. X\ hooping  eough , is not dangeroug when this  remedy is given. It contains no  opium or other harmful substamce and  may be given as confidentl-, -to a baby  as to an adult. It is also pleasant to  take. AVhen all of these facts are taken  into consideration it is not surprising  that people in foreicn lands as well as  at home, esteem this remedy very  highly and very few are willing to take  any other alter having once used it.  For sale by all druggists.  Ilils^hft'thtuid It totally illllereiit to o-lierti.  It mhos week" in learn in iinueiid of inonihivr  jeiim. It Miuiinreiilel by urm-tlcul reporter*  It k reliable, thoroiiKb, and may bo read like  jirlnt. Tho lirst thiee lessons enable*! yon to  tale privnle mites and the iilnlh Iphsoii brings  ton KicoriexpoiKliDt; sttle, the -Mh, Ihe IIiihI  Icsnii to riliiirthiK. A specimen may ����� sfon  ut the I'll' enix Pioneer on 111 plica ion u> the  mnnngcr, \V 11. Willcox. lessons tmiRht by  mail me quite easy.  Typewriting taught by mail We forward you  lesson .-beits tnlt-n'-li yon the correct nngeriiijr���'  nil the finders taught on the blind touch **jstein.  VVr.te snyuiKtlie inni'lilue >ou have, or wecan  supply \ ou uilh 11 new or second hand one. any  make from $40 to f ISO. We do not hire out iim-  cltiius * v  Tcnm���For shorthand 5-1��. lo completion, payable hy instalments Typen. 1 itmg $25. lo completion. Address, The i-ecretaiy, Studios. Vancouver. Granville M., Ho*. SM. Victor!*., o\er  Imperial Il.ink, victoria, I'. (��. Hox i;6 othe-  branches throughout Canada will shortly be  opened.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  CK-urcH Services 1  I Tomorrow.  Serenaded Mr. ind Mrs. 0. B. Smlin.  Tuesday evening O. B, Smith, Jr.,  and bride arrived from Springfield,  Mass., where they were married on  September 2/st, Mrs. Smith having  formerly been Miss Jeannette Aun-lia  Pease. Mr. Smith is mine superintendent of the Granby properties, with  which he has been identified for nearly  six years. In honor of his arrival, the  Greenwood band was engaged by his  friends and gave a serenade that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are keeping  house in one of the company's private  cottages on Old Ironsides avenue,  which has been specially fitted for their  convenience.  Wednesday James McArdle, one of  the Phoenix alderman, who has been  absent in the east about three months,  arrivd with his bride, who was formerly Miss Alice Anderson, of Grand  Forks, the wedding taking place in  Spokane, and was followed by an extended trip to their old home at Huntington, Quebec.  St. John's Church of England, Rev.  W. J. Wood, Missionary. Morning  Prayer, n a.m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30  p.m.; Everyone cordially invited to attend any and all services.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomonow at n a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. ni. Rev. E. C. XV.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at n a.m. and  7.30 p. in. at the new church, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. I). M.  Perley, B. A., pastor.  Miners' Union Hall  Two Nights  Pealed lenders, superscribed "Tender for  School-house," ��ill be received by the undersigned up to noon of 'Ihursday, the -Jt'th October, itxM, for the erection and completion of a  small one-room frame school-house at Boundary Falls,(ireenwood Kiectoral District, H. c.  Plan", specifications, contrite*, and forms of  tender maybe seen on anil after the "th October, 1W4, at the ofllee ofthe Uovernmetit Agent,  Greenwood,and nt the lands and Works Department, Victoria. Il   C.  Each proposal must be accompanied by eafh  or an accepted bank cheque or certificate or deposit on a ehartere bank of Canada, trade payable to ihe undersigned. In the sum of J7A,  which shall be forfeited if tbe party tendering  decline to enter into contract when called upon  to do so. The eai-h, cheques, certificate of deposit of unsiiccepsful tenderers will be returned  to them upon the e-icemion of the com met.  The successful tenderer will be required to lur-  niah a bond, himself aud two sureties in the  sumof *fJ5u eaeh, for the due fulfilment ofthe  work contracted for to the satisfaction of tho  Honourable the Chief Commissioner. Upon  the execution of the bond the cash, cheque or  eertllicato of deposit ab-jve mentioned will be  returned to the contrac  r.  Tendeis Mill not be'i <*.sldered unless made  out on the forms supplied, nnd signed with the  actual hignatu e of the tenderer.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac*  ceptcd.  W. S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioner of Lauds and Works,  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria., II. C, ird October, 1904.  Perfect Simplicity,  Perfect Reliability  and Strength'  The  most searching in-5  vestigation of  Waterman's  Ideal  Fountain  Pen***  proves that it excels ill  quality of materials, perfection of workmanship  simplicity of construction. With no chance  for deterioration and no  valves or complicated  mechanism to get out of  order, it is the  PEN WITHOUT A PEER.  Nothing is stronger than  its weakest part.  Stationers, elc. c     Knob Hill Ave.  Dominion .Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  ��-���������-���-�����-���-���>-���-  eS��  Phoenix, B.C. J  Clothing 1  The BEST. Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of  customers.    If you don't   believe  goods.  satisfied  it come  and examine  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Sboes, Tie^etc,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at-old  and Cheapkst prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  jj Men's Wear Exclusively. K��iDM^EVcI&,x. -  V?A��ifi-c-Ky.  Cheap Fall  ���       i.  Excursion  COMMENCING  Mr. Graves lo Rosion.  Jay P. Graves of Spokane, general  manager of the Granby Consolidated  Mining Co., who is now in the east,  denied at Boston, in an interview, that  James J. Hill has secured an interest  in the property, but was reticent regarding the alleged differences that  brought about the change in control.  "The differences between myself and  President S. H. C. Miner are entirely  personal," he said  From other sources it is learned  that the $1,000,000 annual freight  traffic of the company would be equally  divided between the Great Northern  and the Canadian Pacific, each company to have access to two  tunnels.  Monday, Oct. 10th  Mr. C. P. Walker presents the eminent  Canadian Actor  Nt  AND HIS MJIMKV  Monday, the Romantic Comedy-Drams  "Heart and Sword"  ore  The Grand Forks General Hospital  has been incorporated under the Be-  novelent Societies' Act, with Jeffrey  Hammar, Isaac A. Dinsmore, Henry  C- Harrington, Harold E. -Woodland  and .William B. Bower as the first  board o( irustefis.  A pencil mark here /   is a reminder that vour subscription to this papnr is  now pant due, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.  Tho most complete and beautiful .iconic,  costume equipment ever seen here.  and  Tuksdav, Goethe's  Immortal "Drama  "FAUST"  The most elaborate and SpectaculBrProdurlion  of this Great Play ever .seen in the Test.  TRIUMPH  OK SCENIC ART,.  Startling Electrical Effects.  Prices $1.00 and 75c.  Reserved Seats at Tho-. ISroun's,  MINeRAL ACT.  CKRTJFICATK Of IMPSOVEMKNIB,  NOTICB.  Summit, MayfluH-ar, Hopewell, Baltara Frac.  tlonal, Cabot Fractional and Mayfldner fractional Mineral claim), situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale Dimrlct.  Where located���In Summit cam  New Shoe Store  A. Maslonka,  FORMERLY OF   NF.LSON,  lias opened a m*w Shoe Shop  in the  Morr.soii-A ndereon building,  on First Street.  Boots and Slioes Made and Repaired  in Li'tcbt Styles and on short notice.  A trial solicited.  A. Maslonka,  Fihst Stiseht, Phoenix.  Rates  From Phoenix.  Black's Hotel<   Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, U. C,  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  Har Well Stocked with Choicest.Goods  Most Conveniently  GREENWOOD  LIQUOR  World's Pair Rates  Last selling dates,   Oct.  27, 28, & 29  St. Louis $62.75.        Chicago $67.75  Corresponding reductions from all  Kootenay points.  COMPANY..  Boundary Agents for  Pabsfs Celebrated Beer-  Fortify yourselves'for the xarm  weather by drinking  "Iron Bfew"  Wholesale   WINES,, LIQUORS  and CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH,*  PROP.  For full particulars apply to local  agents.  J. G. Clark, E.J.Coyle,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver. B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson, B.C.  Thomas Drug Co.  Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones.     A  full line of  musical goods always in   stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  I okbknwoou. b. c.  Giving up Marsh Block owing to  raise in rent,  For Sale  Entire Furnishings in  the Marsh  block, in-  ���" ��eluding   House-keep  ing, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.  Come and see and pick.' out bargains.  Granby Exchange  Ed. Black.  Watchmaker  and Jeweler,  FJUbTbTKIIKT��� XKXT KNOII IIII.L IIOTKI,.  fine Timepieces aud Fine Repairing  of nil kinds. -  Full stock of Tobaccos a.id Cigars  -���-���-��-# -*>-���-���>-���-��-  I  I    BULBS     ?  HYACINTHS,  TUMPS,  FRESIAS,  '.   CROCUSES,  SACRED LILIES, ETC.  OYLE,  THE  DRUGGIST.  You Are   Invited to come and inspect our new arrivals In .;.'....  The newest of this season's patterns in Negligee and Outing Shirts.  In Straw, Light and Black Felts, Nobby ones in  Fedoras, Stiff and Graecos.  Watches,  Jewelry,  mng,  o  ��  s  ��  0  0  ft  We can "Watch" you at almost any  price, from the good, everyday timepiece  Take Notice that J, isnnc H. iialiett, nmtgent ��� to the expensive adjusted chronometer,  lot Dougald Mclnnih, Free Mlnei'a Cerlihcute _       ' . '       _,  ,   _, .    ,  ���"-     -      - Our Jewelry and  Cut Glass stock  will be found just what you desire to  make a selection from.  No. 1)7*1591; Ocorgo W. ItumUoritor, Free  MJnor'B Cortillcalo No. BK0VU; nnd Thomas  Roderick, Free .Mi nor'n Cprll flcatc No 1180)01,  intend, sixty davs trom the date hereof, to ai*.  wl>- to the Mining Recorder for certificates of  improvement!*, for the purpoi.o of obtaintns  Crown o.atits for tho above claim*.  And furtlier take notice that action, under  section 87, must be commenced before tiie Issuance ol such Cei tificates of Improvements.  Dated tbl��29th day of September, A. D. 1004.  -0- .'.H.HALLEiT.  In lepairing we are prepared to take  Care of anything in thiB line.  The Jeweler.  Knob Hill Ave.  A stylish line of Shirt Waists in white and colors,  stock of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.  Our ranges of styles and prices in Ladies', Men's  dren's Shoes are the best in the city.  full  &  &  Dominion Avenue  E$�� ��-��  o  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��� 9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��� 9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��� 0  ���  e  9  9  9  9  9  0  ������*  ���.���'.#���  ���  0  9  e  0  0  0  0  0  0  ���  0  0  0  0  0  0  ���  0  ft.  it  <igS  .1  ������ '-3  >*r  :������:*  v.  ���3  3  ���   VJ  Sirl-JBIBS-EM  ll

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