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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 14, 1905

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 Boundary Mines? P* o*i  duced $12^00^000 in  value within five years.  f3    OCT 27 ieo5    5-* v^ict  *   -��- T>��f -   .    .    Jwi??S!K^k-��*.  **#.���*and   Leading  Mining  ,rAt *��� -  Camp of Boundary >  '". v.*  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the'Interests of,the Boundary Mining District  Vol.. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14,   1905.  No, 49.  $#SSS3eail*ijS^a��  THE  Big $ tore  is now ready for the .fall trade with.  the largest and best ��� selected, stock  ever.shownjn the BoiifidaryJ Ooua^ry. ^  .��*���  F. A. HEINZE IN  THE BOUNDARY  Visited Franklin, Phoenix and  Deadwood Camps..  r?t ..* >i"ff  ^ ? ���J:'-t |C6mple��e; Me] in ladies and  UV^cM^^^d&tB,    Furs,;.  ./*-���-���- : JJSilk Q-op3li'Fa|icy^vjaists, 7  ;  'lIC^^ClblfierH^Tams1 and ffiinter.-[i.',,s  77.-,v:^c;;Un-ri|lirweart' ail : the., very.  i' jf.,*;.������������:>-,.lafcesbifS.tyilesij;; ?' .--.���.' ������'     7:  v In this depkrtm^ht our * "  new goods are air^n^fS"'*^'"  Campbell's Clothing; Roy-  ,, -al Brand Overcoats, Carss  Mackinaws, Slater Shoes,  Big Horn JBrarid Shirts and,   Jt  Underwear,     ' Khit^&Pit'# Oi,  Sweaters,   W.   G.   oC R,;* - -7  >    , -   .Shirts and Collars, PerrmsVv  - tQloves. u   New.   styles  in 7  ';./ ^Fa'Q Hats and Caps.  it . ,  We are doing the busi- ���_, ,  ness; get in with the rush.  Fractured Records For Quick  Travelling.  Frit/. Augustus Heinze. who has-  made himself no *well known in the  copper predating circles ;'of the world  by. his persistent, iigHt'kgaiiist tlie great  ���Amalgamated Copper Co., in Butte,  Montana, 'visited# the Boundary and  PhoehiX for the first ������"'���time this week.  'Hi's'' conTidential    man,    Patrick    A.  ������*"������.���  7-v  We Guarantee  Our -Prices  THE    BMG    iSTOFtE^  sp- .������*, ..y<>  We have  just opened 'up7^he-7  .C*y    -',."-'':i,f,i:'**'-..-. .;,-;.����  largest and most Complete Stock of ��� "'  Silverware ever shown in Phoenix.  Gpl-4 Chased bakery.bs��Uty^0��O0 .i��  Gall. and.see  what w:eihav���-  in Plated and  Sterling godds  and Cut Glass.  iple Plate Fancy Glass J  Sugar Bcwl $830^2  A. riEINZE, OF BUTTE, MONTANA.  O'Farrell, had' beenHn this.section a  number of times, and this trip he induced' Mr. ;,Heirize:':; to, take a look at  the mines and smelters of this section.  Incidentally,,the trip, was a strenuous  one, and more ground was covered in  a short space of time than' probably  ever before in this sectipn by any mining man Special horses, rigs, and  <.pecial trains on two railways enabled  Air Hein/e to do this with his party.  He'usited Prank'm camp, Phoenix  i_am.> and Deadwood camp, besides  Greenwood, Grand 1-orks and Phoenix  and was back in Spokane within three  days.  With Mr. Heinze were W. E. D.  Fisher, a'financial iman of New York:  Charles Leonard, of Butte,' an attorney, who has conducted his numerous  'lawsuits; H. \V. Warrington, -manager  of the Kettle Valley lines;.George A.  McLeod, manager of theMcKinley  mines, Ltd., besides Mr. O'Farrell.  'Monday;morning teams; wt.re taken  to Franklin camp, .some 50 miles  above Grand Forks, and the McKinley  mine examined, * returning Tuesday  evening in remarkably short time.  Wednesday morning Supt. Morgan's  private coach brought the party to  Phoenix" over the'Gioat Northern on a  special train,where they were met-by  Supts. Hodges and Sm'iih and shown  through- ihe G'anliv mines.- By one  o'clock. Wednesday the entire party  had reached Greenwood, dined and  wore aboard a .sptrial tiain on the C  I'. R., which-lonk'them to ihe Mother  L:)dt; oil'nei'.i Dead^b ).! camp, leing  joiiu-d at Greenwood by J K. McAllister,manager'of the 15. C. Copper  Co.,' and W. C. Thomas, of the" Dominion Copper Co. An hour was  spent at this mine, and a quick run ol  iSI minutes made down the, hill '-six  miles to Greenwood, the special con  tinuing on to Oro Denoro on the C.P.  R., where the-Great Northern special  train wfts waiting. At ten or eleven  that night Mr. Heinze and party were  in Spokane ayain and off to Butte.  Mr. Heinze knew what he was about  every minute of the lime he spent in  the Houndary and made the most ol  'it'.- He asked questions here and there  as he was being escorted about the  mines and Granby snicker, showing  that he was as thoroughly at home in  either place as a mining engineer of his  technical and practical exptr.ence is  expected to be. It was a quick trip,  but the Montana "copper prince'' was  absorbing information at every step he  took.  - ��� ������  ���  Just what Mr. Heinze's business was  at this lime in Boundary did not transpire, as men worth a score of millions  are. not, apt to take the public into  their confidence till the time is ripe,  but it would not be surprising if the  astute opponent of the Amalgamated  became interested -in the mines of  Boundary* in^he due course of��� time.  At ,present, at-leasf, the public is still  guessing, but Mr. Heinze does not  usually take these trips purely for' his  health , ;  Frill 'Aaiutfui Helaixe.  Tlie photographer and the engraver  have succeeded in producing a lifelike  representation in the above*, picture of  Fritz Augustus Heinle, one of the  most successful of the young mining  engineers of the west. Mr. Heinze is  a graduate of the Columbia School of  mines in New York city, and after securing his bheepskin soon struck  out for the west, where his ability  could be made to count quickest.  After some experience in the mining and smelting fields of Colorado,  Mr. Heirize reached Butte, Montana,  and soon made himself felt in that  greatest of all copper camps. Securing a position as a mining engineer,  he soon had some leases on mines,  and later came into possession of  some of the best copper producers  there���mines which have earned him  millions of dollars.'  Shortly after his advent to Butte he  became entangled f with the great  Amalgamated Copper Cx, owned by  Ssandard Oil interests, and for nearly  eight years he has been successful in  beating them at every turn. How he  did this is another story.' In every  way they could devise th~y tried to  down Heinze, bringing their hundreds of million's to bear in the process,  and have always failed. He'was neither  bribed, beaten nor bought.- ���  Before Heinze went to Butte he  came to British Columbia, and his successes in Rossland and Trail are well  known. He erected the Trail smelter,  built the railway from Trail to Rossland and had a charter to* build into  the Boundary. Then he ran afoul of  the C. P. R., and not caring to engage  in the titanic struggle of downing that  corporation laid his plans to unload.  This he did, selling his smelter, railway and railway charter to the C.P.R ,  and it was undeMhat very charter thai  the C.P.R. built\into the Boundary  from the Coigrnbi��>7riirer. "He reserved a part of the" land grant that went  with the raibA'ay, and is today a large  land owner'/in Southern ^British Columbia'. #f 'K        ^  Even T. W? I^awson says that  Heinze has ability aj^in to genius and  those who know him best" agree with  the statement. His fortune is estimated at $20,060,000.  $14 ORE IN THE  MOTHER LODE  Average From  the Diamond  Drill Cores.  Boundary Mining Notes  Main Shaft Is to Be Deepened  015 Feet.  0   D   Q.. M. COOK WAS HERE.  Large Attendance of the Mnoalc Fralcraily  Thursday.  Thursday evening, William J. Cook,  of Grand Forks, district .deputy grand  master of District No. 7, A. F. & A.  M., visited King Edward Lodge No.  36 at the regular, monthly communication of the lodge. The third degree  was exemplified, and, the district  deputy was much pleased with the  manner in. which the work was put on.  A large number of visitors were  present; there being nearly 50 in  Masonic hall. Among the visitors  were A. M. Whiteside, C. Scott Galloway, jas. S. Birnie, Jas. D. McCreath,  P. S. Feeney and H. S. .Simmons, of  Greenwood Lodge No. 28, and G. D.  Clark and George R. Gordon, of Harmony Lodge No. 37, ofGiand Forks.  Members of lodges in Perth, Scotland,  and Yarmouth, N. S., were also there.  Following the session in the hall, a  lunch was served, when a few speeches  were made, the visitors saying many  pleasant things   about  King   Edward  Lodge.   Bowllnx Rcitsltt.  The following table gives the games  won and lost by each team and the  percentages up to Thursday night, in  elusive:  The management of the British Columbia Copper Co. has decided,  after  extended diamond drilling operations,  to deepen the present main shaft ofthe  Mother   Liode to the 500 foot level, a  distance of 150 feet.    Already prepar-  tions   to  ihat end are i;eing made by  cutting a pocket and station at the 350  foot level, and ai soon as that work is  completed,, sinking will be undertaken.  The shaft will be of four compartments  from   the   350   foot   level down, and  later   the present shaft from that level  up will be made the same width. -."At  present there are about  r 25" men .employed at the Mother Lode niine.' ���','  $i*,0re In Mather Lode.       .  Some interesting results  have   been  obtained from , prospecting\_wiih   the  -diamond-'''drill   below the 306 ft;i level  of the Biitish Columbia Copper Co.'s  Mother Lode mine, in the  Boundary  district, says the B. C. Mining Record.  A hole, started in the ^bo-ft. level arid  drilled at an angle  of 75 degrees towards   the : east,   entered   the hanging  wa.ll rock at a depth of about 100 feet.  Tne  details   of assays  of the core at  various depths were as under :  The Skylark is shipping' ore again  this week.  On the Betts and Hesperus the  long tunnel is now in 735 feet.  Last week Granby shares were held  as high as $8 on the Boston stock exchange.'  Mike Callahan is making ei. ht feet  weekly on his con'ract for sinking the  Preston shaft.  Tuesday was monthly payday in  this camp, when approximately $40,-  000 was di'tributed for wages.  A deal is being arranged for the  working of the Buttercup, the claim  not far from Eholt that made such a  rich showing in free gold last spring.   ,  Now that the 500 foot level, has  been reached in the winze at theGran-  by mines, development is proceeding  at that level as well as on the 400 foot  level. . ''������"'"'  , The diamond drill which has been  working from the surface near Old  Ironsides .avenue -for a few weeks, is  now boring holes at the 300 level of  the Victoria.  WILL BUILD  CONCENTRATOR  To  Handle   Ores  Boundary.  of    the  Great  Benefit to Number of  Properties.  Depth  of Hole.     . . <*  O to  IO ft.  IO to 20 ft.'  20 to 30 ft.  30 to 40 ft.  49 to 50 ft.  50 to 70 ft,   ,  .7.0 to 85 ft.��:7^  85 to IOO ft.  Average  Oz  CoM.  0.42  ���36  .42  .02  .06  <������ '���''.4"b'*'-  .40  .2  Oz.  Silver.  O.44  .60  .84  Trace  .18  ���17  ���726:-  . .20  Per cent  Copper  4.OO  4.40  3*7��  .60  2 80  1.60  "4.10  ������������  2.70  ;8  ���317     2-89  Gross assay value (with copper at 16'  cents and silver 60 cents) is-$i4.6o.  While at best, cores from diamond  drill holes, are but indications of the  general character of the ore penetrated,  and so may not safely be taken as a  reliable basis for estimating average  values of the whole body, it is yet  gratifying to find ore of such good  grade in the deeper parts of the mine.  When, three or four years ago, the  mining of ore in the 200 and 300-ft.  levels of the Mother Lode mine was  discontinued in favor of quarrying the  ore in large open cuts at the surface,  thus avoiding the cost of hoisting from  underground, there were big reserves  of ore left in those levels, which had  been openedfor considerable lengths.  The ore body, as opened at the 200 ft.  level, has a width varying from 80 to  100 feet., and the workings show it to  be continuous at this level for at least  350 feet. At the 300 ft. level less exploration was done, but the main ore  body was proved to maintain its large  size, while a second shoot of ore, 18 to  ?o feet wide, was encountered and followed for 200 feet without its dipping  out of the level.  . Ore is coming to the B. C. Copper  Co. smelter from the-Napoleon mine,  near Orient, Wash., and Capt. Harry-  Johns is taking charge for the company, which has a bond on the property.'   ���  A deal for a fifth interest- in the  Elkhorn was: finally* concluded this  week,, when a syndicate of Greenwood  men, including Patrick .Welch, Dr.  Spankiej H V. Fuller and ..some from  Spokane secured 40,000'-of the 200,-  000 share of the company. Work was  started at the mine Wednesday. ���  The time of Frederic Keffer, for  years manager of the B. C. Copper  Co., is now pretty well taken up with  looking after the .varied interests of  the company, and the active management of the Mother Lode mine has  been taken over by Ji E. McAllistefj  the capable smelter superintendent  for the company.  Tcauia              High    ('  Score  Martin 1958  Crawford 1977  Smith 1912  amn  Won  *��  2  Gamca Per  Lou   Cent  3  1     666  2  Birnie 2005  3  ...   1000  Stephens 1939  1  *>  1 500  1     666  Oxley 20-57  Boucher 1989  Strutzel '. 193S  1  1  1 500  1 500  2  Dey 2012  2  ...   1000  Friday ��� Boucher  1920,  Stephens  '93Q*  SaiurJay���Dey  1666,  Monday���Birnie 1925  Wednesday���DeVoin  ford 1977.  Martin 1958.  .Strutzel 1889.  2059,   Craw-  Miss Morrin, who has been visiting  her brother, John A. Morrin, for two  or three weeks, went to the coast  Thursday to spend ten days before returning to her home in Montreal.  Charles F. Moyer, president of the  Western Federation of Miners, of Denver, Colo., was a visitor here last Saturday, 011 a trip through the jurisdiction, and spoke at a meeting of the  local miners' union that right. He  also visited the Greenwood union. Mr.  Moyer spent 102 days in th-; hull pen  in Colorado, during the miners' strike  there, since his last visit in Phoenix  some two years ago.  COMING AND GOING  MlasCreli. :  " .If ypu. desire to iparticipate ���in. an  evening of rare enjoyment go to the  Miners' Union Hall on Wednesday,  Oct. 18, and see the high*grade performance of Richards & Pringle's Fam  ous Georgia Minstrels.  People sometimes say, "All minstrel .'hows are. alike," but this is a  superficial blunder. Go and see for  yourself.and.you will proclaim that the  "Georgias" are in a class distinct and  by themselves. This season they oring  an entire new show, retaining onlv  Clarence Powell from last year.  See the big parade at 11.30 a.m.  Richard Armstrong, who is largely  identified with the high grade mines of  the Boundary, left fof-.-Chicago this  week, after spending some time in this  section looking after his interests. -He  was here a couple of weeks ago, and  after seeing the Pc rtland fair, stopped  off here on the way east. Mr. Armstrong was accompanied by Ferdinand  VV. Peck, Jr., son of Ferdinand W.  Peck, a Chicago millionaire, who will  be remembered as president of the  Chicago world's fair, high commissioner from the United States government to the Paris exposition, builder  of the Chicago Auditorium and founder  of the Chicago Union League Club.  Mr. Peck is well satisfied with the  manner in which his investments in  the Boundary are turning out. The  Preston Mining Co., of which he is  president, is sinking the shaft on the"  property of the same name, and every  shot seems to improve its appearance.  On the Helen, also, close to Green  wood, the shaft is being sunk to the  210 foot level, being now down nearly  150 feet, and this will open up considerable stoping ground. The work  is being done by contract by F. L.  Hesselwood and partners, who have  recently installed an air compressor.  Something like a hundred tons of high  grade ore have been recently shipped  from the Helen. '  ���^ \MrV Armstrong is' working on a plan  to erect a concentrator in the Boundary, for the purpose of handling ores  from properties nhere the values run  from say $8 to $15 per ton���not high  enough to stand treatment by the lead  smelters and too low for the others.  He states that he now has assurances  of 200 tons per day from about a dozen  or fifteen different properties^ and that  he will shortly take-up the matter, and  build a concentrator of an initial capacity of 100 tons daily, which, can ,  readily be enlarged.  The erection of such a plant will  prove of great benefit to a large number of properties in this section, giving  a ready market for ores not now marketable. A much better rate for the  concentrates can be obtained from the  smelters.  They Saw the Spokane Fair.  Monday's outgomg train took 40 or  50 persons from Phoenix to see the  Spokane Interstate fair, while each day  this week a number have done likewise. The railway's patronage has  certainly been laige from this district,  and reports from the fair, like those  from the. Portland, Nelson and Dominion fairs this year, are that it was  well worth seeing.  Among those noted who went to  Spokane this week .were the following:  G. W. Rumberger, W. J. Porter and  wife, C. D Hunter, J. A. McMaster,  Mrs J. H. Hudson and family, Mrs.  j.-E. McAuliffe, Gus McAuliffe,   Mrs.  John   Swanson,   Mrs. Elmgreen   and      Nkw Yokk���Copper, electrolytic, $16.'-  fainily, W.W. Rogers, Stanley Graham,   27>s@$16.62>2 ; hike. $l0.37>a'@ 16.75  Frank Buckless, John   McKenzie and :    Bar Silver, <il?g  George Pratt, J. L.Martin, W.S.Macy.       Lend. $4.83 at $4.90.  Mark Madden, of Chicago, president of the Providence Mining Co.,  arrived in Greenwood this week to visit  tbe mine.  Latcit Prices in Metils.  H. P. Dickinson, of Rossland, the  Giant powder man, visited the camp  I uesday.  Otto H. Becker, of Nelson, freight  agent of the C.P.R., was in the city  Thursday.  Mr6. W. S. Macy came up from  Walla Walla Sunday, returning again  Wednesday.  M. M. Stephens, Great Northern  agent here, spent a day or two in Spokane this week.  R. P. Williams, of Rossland, representing the Canadian Rand Drill Co.,  was in camp Tuesday.  Frederic Keffer and Capt. Harry  Johns, of the B. C. Copper Co., were  in the city Wednesday.  Miss Williams, sister ot W. R. Williams, and Mrs. Clifford, of Winnipeg,  arrived on a visit to the judge this week.  Steve Swanson, foreman at the Gran  by mines, returned this week from  Spokane, his family now being in Spo  kane, where they will spend the  winter.  Dr. J. C. Hcrdman, superintendent  of Presbyterian missions, who was in  the city Tuesday, stated that Rev.  Samuel Lundie,who had been appointed for the Phoenix charge, would be  here for services tomorrow.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The followiug table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines   tor 1900,  tyo'2 for 1903 Tor 1904, and 1995, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  19.49*  80-t  55��  47.405  650  Mink. Camp.        1900      1901  Granby Mine*. Phoenix   64.553   3.31.7��?  ��� Snowshoe Phoenix        197       1,731  ��� B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode _.ne��dwood     5.340  t Bonnie Uelle Deadwood    Dominion Copper Co.  Urooklyu-Slemwinder Phoenix      Rawhide Phoenix      Sunset Deadwood      Mountain Xose Sjiumit      Athclstan-Jack|>ot._ Wellington     1,200  Morrison Deadwood      B C. Mine.. Summit  R.Bell Summit  Emma Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Foglc Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance.. Summit  Sulphur Kins Summit  Winnipeg Welllujjtou  Golden Crown Wellington  Kiug Solomon W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel _ Long Lake  Carmi West Fork      Providence��� Providence    -.  Elkhart* Providence      Strathmoie....... Providence      Skylark Skylark      Last Chance Skylark      K. P. V. Mine Skylaik      Bay Skylark     Mavis 8kylark      Don Pedro Skjlark      Crescent Skylaik      ��� Helen   Greenwood      Ruby ..Boundary Halls     80  Republic ��� Boundary Halls      Miscellaneous      3,23��      3.456  Total, tons    96,600   390,800  Smelter treatment���  Granby Oo...._    61,387  B.C. Copper Co    __.. .  Montreal & Boston Con..   for tsoi lo-  Phmi   ���  Wrok ,  1901       1903        1904 1305  3"9,85S   393.7'X   549.703   557.777    "4 445  30,800     71,111      ,   99.034    141.316    13S.079    174.298    133.783     3424'  7.455     15.731   5.646  3.339  19.305  ISO  14.811  56o  8.530  22,937  15.537  363  32.350  3.O70  3.250  1.759  4.586  37 .-/Jo  16,400  3.450  222  364  33  44 .���''99  23.3'5  855  4.747  7.726  2,794  1,833  1.076  3,250  160  1,040  875  665  3,000  3V>  785  6iS  482  2,060  890  219  993  400  167  726  325  52  SO  300  33  150  30  500  1.0  20  443  639  255  73  20  40  60  80  30  ::::: ���  30*  3��* ,  335  500  60  750  130,818  117,611  508.876   690.419   829,8oS   r.**,S54    17.999.  596,253  483.143  311,340 401,911  148,600 i6i.gi3       132.570  ..253  Jic,4l)4    155.3-1'  30.1)30     71,433  IS.*!** i  446'  Total reduced    62,389   343,43.3   4j5o,34p   69,7,404,   837,666   709,^17   x>jt*i '  .���.ia  jV  * 7  I  ���     ' ��   ' jf"*   VjW,  'ft'  8  ���I��  i  * ,    ii  ii l  iffl  ���f'm  M  i%  m  ��l&  B  pt  J*t,v*.  jr-r-**. ���.���*,  - fe  I    I)*V i,  X  - w$i  * F*  -is*?  if**-"  m  if I'1*-  ���tf  6  ���?i"tl  *��"***  S    ���  ���!>.  ! -  VJ*  IS, 1 ���  7 S8M  n m  m  a-  I ft'  if  w  '1  * <> ���>  ill  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  Perfect in-' flavor  rich strong and delicious--and at the same  time moderate in price.  "TEA  is :the" ideal "beverage for Canadians.  liboteraay Engineering Works  NELSON, B. G *  founders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Miinufttt-ture'ra for the Guawfouo Doubl* Rop�� Auut Tbamway Svwnim, Linitmd. t  'Mining and Mill Machinery, Ore Cars, Buckets, Tanks, etc. Iron nnd Brass Castings. A large and complete otock  of Shafting, Supplies, Fittings, etc., always on hand. Pulleys, Flanges, etc., made, to order on short notice. All  break-down and repair work rushed through without delav. Estimates for nil classes of work furnished upon application.   Special attention given to mail ordeis.   Scrap Iron bought by the carload. [    >*  ffi^&Keet. B. C. TRAVIS, Manager, ��'^Mofi. c;  0>U.JMATHe$6N,  '.;.���.������ .f';I**s' ������  mce':aojsnt,v;, ��� ;:  rI*E. V-/*8! ACCIDENT.  V    C��iiiiu��l*.Ber for taking AfrniHv.u.'"  :77:; ������ '������ Ph��**n.x, is.  The Phoenix Pidncer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  Hanging Together.  IUDCD OR VATUKDAVa BV TBI  PfONEEB PUBLISHING CO.  AT PBMNtniX. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  t.i.��i.^��.. i Business office No. i*.  Telephone. I M.na���er., re,|dence, No. IS.  ->rrt���  aoaacairnoiti nt advance.  Per Year _��� l��.oe  ���Ix Itoalba.'.  i.ss  ir Ton arc not a subscriber to thU paper,  !��� an Invitation to you to become one.  thia  Advertising ratei furmihea on application.  Cecal notices io and 5 cents per line.  Pour weekly Insertions constitute one month's  a-tvjrt ��laa* *  When the declaration of independence was  signed   by  the  forefathers  of the  American   Republic  in   1776,  one of those  attaching' his  signature  thereto remarked that they   would  all  find it wise to hang  together  or  they  would be liable to hang separately.   It  was true at that time, and it is just  as  true today as then, whatever  the  line  of effort may  be.,   Little  can   be accomplished without unity of purpose]  among individuals, every one  working  to the same general end.    And it  applies equally to towns, cities and communities generally.    What one or two  could not possibly accomdlish alone,  can   often   be    accomplished   by  the  many.  A recent illustration of this is the  formation of the Boosters' Club, or  150,000 Club, in Spokane,* which all  classes are joining in throngs, > and for  no other purpose than making known  the advantages of Spokane to the out  side world, and thereby increasing the  B. C MINING  .���  o-  Sixty stamps are to be added to the  Nickel Plate battery at Hedley City.  Rossland's ore output last week was  7,510 tons, making 259,573 tons fdr  the year to date.  A dividend of two per cent has been  .declared by the St. Eugene mine, being the sixth so paid.  The LeRoi smelter at Northport may  ���be closed down between the 15th and  20th of October, as it will take until  that time to clean up the itock on  hand. All the ore from-jhe LeRoi  will thereafter be treated at Trail, it is  said.  , Last week Friday morning the shaft  house and all machinery at the St.  Eugene mine, Moyie, was totally destroyed by fire. The loss is estimated  at $25,000, covered by an insurance of  $8,000. It will require some months  to rebuild and secure and install new'  machinery.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Fonnr-ed 1802���Incorporated 1803.  NEVV WESTV]INS PER, B.C.  Provides a Chri.it inn home for stud-  ants of lioth bexes nt moderate rates.  Has a prepaiatory class for junior students, doing grade public school work.  Does high School work, confers all liinh  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  oia. Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas, (jives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Conine and in the Ladies'  Cqnrce for M.E.L. and M.L.A In Uni-  veVsity work, can tak<* "-tudeiits through  the complete Arts Course, mid thu degree of .B.A. 4-1111 be obtained from Toronto Uiiiveinity, which the college is in  lut afnliation.-  For fuller infonnalion nnd terms write  Rev. W J. SipporMl, U.A., B.D , Principal tor Rev. J.P.I-5 ovull. li-iiMir.  Phoenix Livery Stalfe  WiHiam Mai&eson, Prop.  EvfirvthinF N��� "carriages] and  othi*r^ kigs  hi VIJ Uilllfe  nWTT   HORSES ANl) SADDLES. SKVKk.417;  HUNDRED CORDS! OF" DRVTWOOD^  . . Delivered to any part of the, city.*  '     Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share Of the public  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37. >  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX,'1 B. C.  TUCK   COLLIKS,  SHAVING PARLORS  7 and BATHROOM^  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. First&KnobHlllAre.  Phoenix, li. (j  KingEdwardtodsie;No.36  r^;ri^vA;'*F;:siiU;,A;'W.^    7  A.HH.UXX,  '...������   ���evrttarr.  ��� .-;.w.m;.  t-Sp ,^*^^��*^*��,^*�� **^*^^^^*^^**1^^**^^a*^***B***^mwm*4>mBm9*^Ba9��'*^a* ^aw*m  |SN]OW8HOK 1.0DGK NO.,;  MeeU evej-y Monday i^uinK'Jt mrdv ii���,r  Vlsltlug brttfcern cordially InvlJed. .A  Thos. Johuaou, N. 0.  .-;,.. v   . ...y.u��o,R.MURj Ktcoiec'y.���        S-  A.B. Williamson', pef.Vlu. Secy /  *    Ir%"    "^ ^ PHOENIX  population and prosperity of that grow- ^ p*    .  *<9��5  OCT.  1905  Sm. Mai. T��t��. Wad.   Tbii. ft..   Sat.  J ,    *     .3      4 5    6 7  8      9 , 10    u 12 13 14,  15,   16    17 ' 18 19- 20 21  22   '23-   24'   25 26 27 28  29< 30    31  Qcorfia Mliiirels.  The extreme longevity of Richards  ...      - . .    ,* .     . - Pringle's Famous'Georgia Minstrels  mg city. Already success is being | ;s the best evidence of its worth. For  felt from the effort, though but a few over a quarter of a rentufy'the public  weeks old, and it will increase with has been amused by'these dusky enter-  more time and effort. tainers.    Never in the history  of the  'Every community may learn a lesson  ^^"J^^ b|en juch a.,Pr1f  ...        ,     ���. .       .���   ,.     1 gwm of good things offered as will be  irorn this, and acting on it will bring (seen at the Miners' Union hali; W'ed-  benefits in proportion to the endeavors nesday, Oct.-'i8.  put forth. If a public improvement is | . A big new "First Part," arranged by  really need and the needed is justified, - Paren�� Powell, lively with bright, new  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  Tiie y in? Hotel ol the Hootenays  Special  Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  STRATHCONA P. Burns* Co.  MARKET.  Grand Hotel  Corker Howard and Main Sts.  SPOKANE.  MKAO Oh KICK KOR HOUNUAKV CRKKK, OREENWOOU, H. C.  '    -.HKAOQUARrKRS, NKLSON, B. C.  .... Mb* ni fieliil M Utrdmb.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocanfcity  Silverton, 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.  the proper effort systematically put  forth by the entire community will  bring success more often than failure.  Even in Phoenix we have proved this,  and will prove it again. But it should  be borne in mind that, it means the  help of every business, man, and  with hearty good will.  . MANAGED BY FORMER PHOENIX MAN.  Barter   Hill   aad  Sallivaa* Paviac   Orcat  Dlvldeads Refnlarlv.  Old.lime rasidents of Phpenix will  remember Stanley Easton, six years  ago manager 'of the Gold Drop in this  camp, then owned by Montreal capitalists,' but now owned by the Granby  Co. The following regarding the  Bunker Hill and Sullivan mine in the  Coeur * d'Atenes, shows how Mr. Easton is still making good :  "The great Bunker Hill & Sullivan  company,_. operating , the , silver lead  mine of the same name-at   Wardner,  WiT Benefit the Bsundary.  One thing that  has1 occurred  this  yeat   that   will  be of material help to  the Boundary was > the extensive* western "travel,   that occurred largely because of-the holding of ihe   Dominion  fair-at New Westminster and the Lewis  and^-Clark   exposition* at    Portland.  Many jier^ons interested' In  this" section, * who > would  not othervise have  done  so,   killed  two  birds 'with one  stone, as it were, by visiting, the Boundary-and one.of.the fairs on the'same  trip.-  /Without putting themselves out  , to-any extent, ��� they  have  thus 'been  able, in addition to having thepleasure  trip and the fair, to see  some  of. the  propertiesthatare coiviing to the front,  and of which-they have heretofore only  been able to learn at second hand. - -  Probably a dozen1 parties have taken  the side-trip into the Boundary country this summer and fall who, perhaps,  would not have done so had they not  been wishing to see the fair also.   The  members of these, parties have come  here, 4hey have seen the excellent opportunities with their own eyes,   have  investigated the mines and likely prospects, and we "have yet to learn of any  that have' not  departed   well  pleased  with  what  they saw here in regard to  the mineral'possibilities'of the  Bouh  dary.    The man who has been on .the  ground isa.much mofe��intelligent,!-in-,  vestor,  even  though not possessed oft  technical knowledge.    ",   '  The Boundary needs, and doubtless  always will need, capital for the devel- Deafoea* Cannot be Cared  opment of the hundreds of likely   min- 15? toil applications, as they cannot  reach the  r * diseased portion ofthe eai.   There is only one  eral claims in this section.    Every one Jfay ,to cur5, deafneas, aud that is bv coustitu.  * tloual remedies    Deafness is caused by an  In-  makintr of a   flamed  condition  of Ihe raucous linine of the  fa Eustachian Tube,   When this tube is inflamed  you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing  and when it is entirely closed, drafoess is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken  out and this tube restored to its normal condit'on I  hearing ivill be "    "  teu are caused t. .   ._  ^  an inflamed condition ofthe mucous surfaces.  We wiii g've One Hundred Dollars for any case  of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that cannot be  cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,  free V. J.CH��NeY&CO.,Toledo,0.  Sold by Dr legists, 75c  Take Hall's Family Pills for coiistipali<n.  jokes and repartee, lively music, handsome costumes, beautiful scenery and  the latest in all songs and music.  Ten new vaudeville acts will be seen'  in the olio, concluding with the latest,  absurdity "Jim Jackson."  There will be no long waits between  (acts.    The curtain will never fall until  that  the final act on the program.  "There is'more fun than a  circus,"  is what is claimed for the "Georgias."  Phoenix People yiSJ  (tenerally uill lin<l n Iiuii  tha ijraii'l Hotel.    Rpo"  and  re/iini:��lipil     I'lii)  merit'of K. K. J'lini**, lal.  Xelwm. 11.'. 1.  AM liritish Cnlnml*;*i i-ipem on file.  European plan. Rates 50 cents to $2.00  per .(lay.   Free bus meets all trains.  h  8  HI v*'pi>l-*ttllt. �����  ly rem xlellcil  Hie piati'iuc-  1 Hotel I'iiair,  -���  ���-��  DRINK  PA N^ D IAN o  V?AGIFrt'-K-.  PROVINCIAL.  I Trafalgar Day, October 21, will  be  celebrated in Nelson.  Vancouver is now mentioned as the  Grand Trunk Pacific terminus.  An order-in-council has been issued  for the iiicorporatian of Cranbrook.  While on the coast Sir Frederick  Borden irivested'$27,000 in Vancauver  property.  On  Daily  15.  Till  hall.  , Harry Evans-has confessed to, setting a recent $40,000 ,fire in Fernie.  He was oflered $100 by Mrs. McDonald to do it, and she has also been, arrested.  The Odd Fellows and   Knights  ol  tj���.     n��f��u��, .n ��-j j- -j    j xt    1 Py1-1'35  of Cranbrook will commence  Idaho October 4th patd dividend No. I at once the erection of a fine fratemi  97, of $1,500,000. This makes a total  ���   "  of $2,775,000 paid' since' January 1,  1905, ,and  a total,to dare of $5,046,-  000. ;,,-.-.'  '- "The mine' is now unquestionably  ranking"as the greatest single silver-  lead producer in th'e world Under  the capable management of Stanley  Easton, its monthly dividends have  grown until they are now- passing the  expectations of even a few months ago,  when it.wasbelieye'd that .the property  would pay $r,000,000 a year. Its recent, disbursements of $150,000 a  month are at the rate of $1,800,000 a  year.* "    ' " *      - ���  "The total of $2,775,000, since,last  January, was made possible  through  (he*,di_stribution of^i,500,00 received  from the sale of its interest in the Ta- j  coma' smelter  to :h'e American Smel  ters Securities company."  Sale  :   Oct.  .*'  PORTLAND  $2hI5  Vancouyer, -Victoria.  Seattle  ��� Made from the BEST MALT and   PUREST     r  '   -   SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for qu��l- -  ity. ��� Ask for PHOENIX   BEER   and  insist  on having it  PHOENIX BREWERS,  BINCR AND SONS, Prop.  Standard Avis, and Banner St. :-: PHOENIX   B C      a\  -���-���-���-���-��� ��������������� m~m-m-9-m-l  .OREGON  ShohtLine  1  Union Pacific  AMHBce Rate lo Pon  im fair  From Spokane, $14.95 round trip;  good 30 days. Party of ten or more  on one ticket, $11.20, limit 10 days.  Tickets on sale'May 29 to October 15.'.  In addition occasion'I daylight coach'  excursions will be run at less than one  fare for round trip. Full particulars at  O. R. &- N. OFHCE,  430   HIVEKSIDK   AVE.,  SPOKANE,   WASH    '  ftnc&fter  We've tfc  Line  .Tickets011 aalcalalia. K,* N. KlatlonS.  Far further Information ���> 10 rates, lime  traias^aqulpmauit, etc..address  GEO: J. MOIfr.KR.Ceneral Ajei.l,  ��� ivcrsidc Arc.Ktioksiie. Waali  Pliocnix-  &eenwoo<{  1  eUne  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. .rjn.il V,    ��� -  " } STtafldardlTjoW,  ���?.30 p. m.J  Round  Trip  ~  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight  I. S. McGAGUE, Proprietor,  I Bhoeoix Shoe Shop.    ,  ,    . AIMVork tJnaVanteea.  ���', '   ItnportedJGooJs.  . .riNfcuoarsrAND sho*s ?  MADE  TO   OKDEK.  ������������������  t  of these have not the  dividend payer, of course, but a goodly proportion of them possess merit,  making them well worthy the attention  of" men- of means who are willing to  exploit them if given a fair show.  This kind of advertising is the best  possible publicity that the Boundary  can possibly secure���getting capitalists  to see our mines for themselves.  Therefore, there can be no doubt but  that the visit of so many prominent  parties of monied men to this section  this year .will bear good fruit in due  time. - In fact, the good results are  already beginning to be felt.  [strictly business!  1 The world is divided into two great  classes; the wise who advertise and the  otherwise who don't.  Any man that hangs out a csign  should think it worth while to advertise. ' He has already taken the first  step.    Why not" follow on ?  t f  When one comprehends ' the real  mission of advertising and proceeds to  intelligently work out' its advantages,  profitable results are not far distant.  In this unappreciative world, ��� where  silent merit may lie undiscovered forever, iVis a" good idea' to speak"' tip  once in a while., and let'folks know  you've got the goods'.  - * ���. ^ ^-***.  Tbe Illinois Centra]  Maintains unexcelled service from  tfie west to. the east and south, making  close connections  wfth  trains  of all  _  ��� ���.VI1  transcontinental   lines.   Passengers are  b^u^.^^rST^othi^SS! give.) their choice of routes   to Ch.'ca-  -" '  ' go,   Louisville, Memphis and New Or  leans, and through these points to tlie  far east. ,  Prospective travellers desiring information as to the lowest rates and best  routes are invited to correspond' ,with  the following tepresentatives: ,B. 'H.  Trumbull, Commercial Agent, 142  Third St.,' Portland Ore.; J, C. Lind-  siey, Trav. Passenger Agent, 142  Third St., Portland, Ore.; Paul B.  'Thompson, Passenger Agent, Coleman [  B,uilding, Seattle, Wash.  v OPTIONAL   RATES  .ALL RAIL via SUMAS or  S. S. PRINCESS VICTGRIA  Vancouver  to   Seattle  "via  Victoria.  Corresponding' rates from all   Koote  nay points.  ,    ��� Through Sleeper  ARROWHEAD fo:VANCOUVER  ��� Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'   I  Ml> fRO ���!  PECTORS'bHOES   A   bPLCIAI.lt.  - -��� *.  flioji   on    Miiiinniiiii   Aven 11,..  -For'rates,' folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or to -- *��� '���   -       *-  A. W. 'Haley,,     - -E.J.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.   -  ,- ��� Phoenix, B. C.    Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, .D. .P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  Average Prior* Si Copper.  .     ��� Me�� York���  Electrolytic. I.akcl  Mouth. 1004   1905      100-1  January.... Ijj -no 15 05   12.5-.3  February... 12.003 15.010 12 245  March 12.208 16.20*1 J2 250  April 12 022 14 918 Vi 120  May 12.768 14B27 13 000  J����ne ., 12.200 14.073 12.3011  _��__*��� ' ^ i **y?M*WWT.�� .,��I stf Vjf4  ��.  ffit^rftinber ..14.283 ..  "    " 14.060 ..  Tlie new edition of the COPPEK HANDBOOK Ii��ta.*.i.l (f4,a,.ril,����  n <i 1      .  iht mmea ami copper mi..inK companies, in .| Tpart. of th�� wo^l  ^ov^inrX  /lobe, these(ies��*m>ti<.n��.ra.i��,i..<r c,���m .J^.11 ���._,<���._ ' ���or-"�� ��o*ennr the  It I* the World's St.fldsrrf Reference IMkiMm^Umfafr,  ��� *eK.ve��iV Mi"er, Proapt^tor, Invrator, Banker, and Brokefmeed. tli�� l����.k   i>*.~  book   in either binilinK, will bewnt, fully prepaid, on appr^alu^SnTalll^L J��  the worbl, 10 be paid for if found aatiafactory, or may returned Wlitblul V,lk%Z?  retptanJ thediarg* cancelled.   Addrees the Author au.JP^I.X,"       "*  HORACE J. SWiH3*i6 Pott OSee Bltek. Homhtea, Mleb,. V.'s. t.��    *  4)ctJtiUiwr.  12C20  I.J 117  14.455  14.860  llKft  15 I2S  15 IM  15 041  1' 0.0  14 8.'0  14.811'  15.105  16 73  .isisso*.  -��.  12.900"  ifiiriViiL* ,  Experience is a  IS  teacher, who never %&  gives her pupils a m  RESERVE.  *  Right of Way for yoz.g r.wjt.  NOTICB I* hereby Kiveu that h11 Crown lands  aljng the pole line of the British Columbia  Construction aud Distributing Company, extending betwf en the Towns of Ro-islaud and Green-  wood, and having a width 0^9^ feet on each aide  ol th.- said line, is reserved for a right-of-way for  the said pole 'iue.  W. S. CORK,  Deputy Coinmistloner of r.ands aud Works.  Lands sud Works Department,  Victoria, It. C , 8th September. 1905. 10 J  RJESESVE. -  R1011T op Way fob Railways, Etc.  WAMTatO.���MBH Aft&t^&m^ WITH  fiiSJRlaS^S**^!*^1'-*" 'hrouirh  our-  *^*�� *�� ��ST--l?^5iL ��2T����fc��lar. stating wheid  l��LISri?te ������-��w��*Mbb position >ouwant.  S*"��wa��oi��a��> -Casuws+oxDBNcit  asnaioa, Pa.y  bCHOOU./  And Boundary Mining Joisrnai  Is published in the heart-of the greatest and most productive gdld-copper camp in the dominion ^Canada. I  j Admlalatrstor's Sale.  'Notice h hereby given that there- will  bp offered for Halo at tbe Norden Hotel  at th���� ritv of Phoenix, 8. C.,o�� Mondav  Ihe 10th d.��y of October, A. I>. 1005, a't  l^rK'lock noon, tin undiieved half interest in (he frame building known as the  Nroden Hotel, situate on Dominion'  Alv��>nnc in the said city of Phoetu*. ���  ITerniB t-aah.  I Tlie hitrheet or any offer not necessarily I  accepted.  Information rb to the above property  wiili be (riven by tlieundersignud on ap-  In five years more tlian 2,500,000 tons offore. have Wn iiuiiicd' And  smelted here, with a valuation of over $i2i5oo,ooo. And the industry <$.  only in its infancy. 7  The greatest mines ofthe Boundary, are at Phoenix���not one or five -  miles distant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer ^fficW^ ^ou- ���-  sequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can give you the/-  best, latest and most reliable news ofthe mines and smelteraof, the Boundary,  NOTICK IS HEKKHY GIVEN that all Crown  r.ands along the lo ated lines of auy railway  power or tramway company,incorporated under  niitlioritvof fh<* Legislature of this Province, and  hiving a wldlh or fif.v (50) feet on each aide of ��,:�������������"  snid liHt-s, are teserved for right of way purposes   P����awun.  Tj- such railway, power orJratnway company.     .    , I'hoenix, B, C,  September 2flth, 1905,  WT8. UOI.F, ! ALBIN AMI4TBOU -'*  U.^MdiWork?De"��tn.D4l��n':nd&WorIu-  Ahnuifatimtor-ol .the Efltate'of Th'oa.  v/QtorU, B.C., 3rd October, 1905. oci      '       -Berg, Deceased.  The  Pioneer  is  worth  payable to the  $10 . per  year���but  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  it costs only .-$2,  jf the coin comes with the order.  Pioneer; Pobliliiiigj, ^,,  THafee all orders  Phosiilx^SrJflslaX-DiSMmfem.  Bjnsau Royal Household Flour  Is Always Uniform  ;     ''    r^Why?-  It is one thing to-make flour pure, well  r     ' b_IaWeed and ^trong,^ is another thing to  ... .^.have it uniformly so���to rnalce flour that is  precisely the same in purity and nutriment  oh Saturday as c��n Monday���in May as in  _��� ...November.���,. . .���'���..���..--.��� ,<���������  Because the "RoyahHoiisehold" mills ���'  '���--r?-hive;.tk-tf;.<m-^St. Ys9Sf/#^'-ec|Qipi)rfent .Iftvsiilable-^-  ...". * ;^^ ".  "^ l   * perfect wheat,  they  can and do k  ir;j^ot4uce���^Y4ery. working day in the\  .���-* year"��� flour" of   precisely   uniform  _;slrength, nutriment and purity.  .That is; why.Royal.Household Flour  ������>->^����g,;g|*^ays ^he very/[besl:. bread and  fk ���'{ jpas^,'^e^niivand year "out.::.��., ^'.  , \. :'i'  ��� ';-That'*-is'.*why;-Rbyar Household Flour  .   v.'r,    -U.W    B'*r*-i'-.^ ���' * '���.-"*-"J".. 1*^' .������  a>'ir* *��� ��� *"���'.-.     . (*. �� *    ,-f\      i-c ....' ^. i. -*- ^*-. i ���- .* .*���    - ;* *       *     4�� . .   -    ...  is the mpsT: rejiable--the mosT: successful flour  .  ���and being scientifically purified by elec- f  tricky :itis thepure"sT:���the besT: of all flours. 7  iTi ^|3,TTie^next flour^ "Royal   -i  i    0ou^Kola"-T:and try it for yourself. '"  Jj|Ov:-;;>-^7.:-"���*��� '';^rS\*.:';.'^-:'"*'- ������-:.���  '.".��� "���'"���  d|r: -:.-&,,  Ogiivk's Royal Hoasehold Flour.  O'FARRELL ON  T.W. LAWSON  Return Compliments to "Frenzied  Financier."  Tells  a Few Things  About  Boston Man.  ���-*���'*"J^'v    .���-�����... -...���*-.  ���^7-^;.' 't";';;*W ���_ ��� ;*. 15-? ^ v."  EASTERN  ' ���> ��� ^        ���_  TOWNSHIPS  Capital $3,000,000.00  Reserve $1,500,000 00  Forty-Seven Offices in Cauada  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  "    rti.r0u.5h Salt Lake City, ul.-uwood Springs, Leadvllle, Paeblo,  1   . Colorado Springe and Denver: ;  A Daylight Ride Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of Thu Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Passjtnd tliefioyal Gorge.  \ Past Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment andService Second to None  SEEK NO FufcimRj-FOi^TIE^ CANT BE" FOUND..  , :    For Detailed Information, address ,^,��������.'*..,  WaKMoH'UDE. General A^nt. IWTI.ir I Street. PORrLASD. ORE..ON ���  D0I6U W^i to Save $25 in Duty?  .  .Then  buy the. .  QLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  Vii.-li give* Perfect Work in t! eslmrt.-.-t  ' ,i���l(i with the greatest case rf   peration.  Write Tor Calalcgi  PIONEER PUB.-C0*. Agents. Phoen.x, B. C.  delivered to any -'part'of  the-city. .  Oats, Whkat, Feed.etc.  Ija'rge stock. ��J  ��&   .._'; Good D*y Wood.        ��:  PALACE LIVERY5TABLES  Knob Hill Ave;,  oui iroitiidva'       Phoenix, B. C.       ^  Thomas W. Lawson, of Boston, re  ,cently handled F. A. Heinze and C.  XV'. Barron without gloves in one, of his  "Frenzied Finance'' articles in Everybody's Magazine���incidentally paying  a few compliments to.P. A. O'Farrell,  Mr. Heinze's confidential man. Mr.  O'Farrell, while in Spokane last week,  gave the following picturesque reply to  the Lawton attack, which was .printed  in the.Sjiokane Outburst, showing the  otjier side of the story/ Mr. O'Farrell  is t well kiiown in the Boundary, and  was a visitor in Phoenix. I his; week with  M.r. Heinze':  '"Fakir and. mountebank are the two  epithets that best become Thomas \V.  Lawson, of Boston.    He has  been  a  tin-horn  gambler and a,tout for some  of the most  expert; swindlers  of the  age, and since La wson began manipulating 'stock rriarkets his! one  end' and  aim   has   Deen   to. .;fool investors and  speculators ".and   separate   them  from  their money.    The enmity of such a  man is something to" be proud of. ��� The  .Standard   Oil   iieppleihired Law-son to  slander-  aria"    abuse    and ;S flim-flam  Heinze, of Montana, and they led him  10 believe .that millions would be his if  he   succeeded    *n   blasting   Heinze's  name and filching his   property.    For  sevens ytars   he stooped to the lowest  depth   of infamy in his war on Heinze  and his associates, and his utter failure  has driven him insane.    The Standard  Oil got disgusted with Lawson  for his  failure, and the. now,disappointed fakir  exhibits   his   sores  and wounds to all  the \vorld, and spews' his falsehood nnd  Vernon against   the   very   men   whose  genius has enabled him to inflict   terrible  defeat   on the stock gamblers of  ���Wall Street and Boston.  ���    "Heinze   needs   no   defense  from  jLawson's slanders in the great��� Northwest.,. His name  is  one   to  conjure  with out here.    Indeed, I.awson's outpouring   of   calumny against   Heinze  rings the death-knell of his   faking   in  the  great-mining regions of the VVest.  fn Boston and in New York Lawson is  lviiown.    There  are   fearless and able  journalists in both cities who have torn  the. mask  of- cant  and hypocrisy- off  Lawron's brazen brow, and  have held  him up to, the contempt of honest,men  .-'���Foremost among .these great ...journalists; stands   C.; W. Barron; of Boston, a man whom all the   power  and  wealth of Standard Oil could not browbeat or wheedle.     While many of the  great  daily  newspapers of New York  and Boston were silenced by enormous  advertising from Lawson, C.   W.   Barron kept exposing swindle after swindle  promoted by lawson, till he has made  the  name of Lawson stink in tlte nos-  t'lU.of honest men.  :   'Hence   I.awson's   fiendish    hatred  and insane abuse of Q W. Barron. As  fjtjr his abuse  of myself, personally,   I  need say little.      No journalist who is  la'thlul to his  trust,   and   who  at   all  times puts the mirror up to Nature and  paints men and things just as they are  can hope to escape calumny from such  as I-awson.'  Still I must admit that he  has  a  picturesque  side, mountebank  and fakir though he be.; ���' A confessed  swindler,   fraud   and   liar, and yet he  thinks the great American' public is so  thoroughly gullible that it will make a  hero of the most monumental financial  mountebank the world has ever seen.  "The more I analyze Lawson, and  the more I' study his record and his  records,' the more thoroughly. I, am  convinced that his mental balance is"  completely overthrown, and that the  margin "is extremely slight that separates him from, the jibberings ofthe  raving maniac.  "P.A. 0'Farrei.l."  lower floor wilj'.be a fine opera house,  the next��� or Knob Hillave-iue floor���  a laige dancing hall, with a-cessories'  while the top story will be for lodge  purposes entirely  ;'.#�����/  We notice, remarks an exchange,  that subscriptions come in good on  Mondays. -We account for this by  knowing that many of bur subscrilw n  go to church on-Sundays and hear  good things, and of course no one can  be a Chris'ian and owe ;the printer  $2.oo';v: ������..���'<���'"<  ; Craiihrook Herald's editor puts it  pithi'y in this way, speaking* of delinquent subscribers:. 7 '���"}''���  '.. "The man who owes for a newspaper is taking advantage of circumstances  to keep away from the publisher lhat  which is justly his. It is'only two  dollars a year, and that amount no  one in British Columbia can say Ilia:  he cannot afford to pay. There are- a  few on'the list ofthe Hearald who wilt  have lo settle through a lawyer before  long. 'Patience has ceased to be a  virtue, and it is evident that that is the  only way these few will ever be induced  to   pay   what  they  owe   this  paper."   Qcorila MlBilrdi.  Equipped with all the accessories of  a first-class organization the' Richards  & Pringle's Famous Georgia Minstrels  have "caught on" in the most emphatic  fashion. The theaters are being literally tested to their capacity niglitly.  Although twenty eight years have  elapsed since this company was first  Organized nothing which they have  offered has given such saii-faction as  the- program they present this season.  Visitors find, so much entertainment  that after two and a half hours of continuous fun they are loth to go. ���������  A complete new show is oflered this  season which is .��� full < of ginger from  start to finish. 7   7  On Wednesday,' Oct. 18, at the  Miners' Union hall is the date of their  appearance in this city.       v ...���������  The usual parade will be given at  11.30 a.m.  Mare Takes Up.  Taken   up   in   Wellington    camp,  saddle mare.    Owner can identify and  secure same  by applying at Pioneer  office and paying charges.,  Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and  ,.;    ti^ulness to fe  Read the Letters of Grateful Women  Cured^ by W< S. B. Hartftian's  V,-7;:r:V':''Fre*B7-Aiiviceii-;^.'?B':  Thousands of Testimonials  .   eclved Every; Yeart:  An Ideal Medicine.  ���j^riss JjOuisb Mather,  Baslera Excursiaat via Oreil Nerlbera R'y.  The Great Northern railway is offering round trip tickets' from "Phoenix to  the following ; points/ good for ninety  days at the following^ rates : St. Paul  and return, $$5.10; Chicago and return, $66.60; Omaha ,and ��� return;  $58.25; Kansas^ City, Mo.,'*$60.85.  Selling dates, August 24th' and 25th,  and Sept. 16th and 17th. 'H. A. Jackson, G.P.A., Spokane, Wash.; M. M.  Stephens, agent, Phoenix,,B.C. ,  130hurch Ht.,Burlington,  Vt., Vice-President Barean ot  Exchange, writes:  "Your medicine Im an Ideal  woman's medicine and by tar  the bettl have known to re-  ttore hat health and ntrtngth.  " 1 Buffered for several years.  My back ochod, I had bearing  down pains, and frequentboad-  aefae��.   ��� '  "I would often wako from  ���leep In suoh pain that 1 would  suffer for hoars before my eytM  would' close again. ' 1 dioadcel  tbe Ionic nights as well as tlu  weary days.  " 1 ponsnlted two pb'ysloians  hoping to got'rollef. Finding  that their medicine did noi  seem to cure mo, a friend ad  Tlaed me to try Perunn.  " 1 am certainly glad that )  followed bocjidvlce, for Porum.1  was the only^medicino for me.  Every ache' and pain disappeared In four months and. 1  am In perfect health now.  "My earnett advice to Buttering women la to try Peruna, for I feet Mure they wilt  not be disappointed In H."  Louise Mather.  Enjoying  Splendid   '' ^L.E.  Health.  .���..���-"���7'm'LER'  Mrs.   L.   E.   Tyler,   Santa ^��*����^.- *  Monica, Cal., Secretary Santa Monica  Muliical Society, writes:  ����/ was troubled for over three years  with systemic catarrh, complicated by  female weakness and Inflammation.  "This Induced frequent headaches,  nervotsaniss, hysteria and sleeplessness, which nothing could relieve until  I tried Peruna.  "I began to feel better after I had  taken the first bottleful and improved  from week to week until at the end of  about eleven Weeks 1 was entirely well.  "1 am pleased to say' that 1 have  enjoyed splendid health now for nearly  a year.-I have a fine appetite, enjoy  sound sleep and do not suffer from any  more headaches or other pains."���L.B.  Tyletr.  Completely Regained Her  Health.  Mias Edith Beams, 786 North Main St.,  Dayton, 6., writes:  , "I suffered'for some time'with both  lung and female troubles. -  "/ had been under the treatment of a  good physician for about nine months'  without obtaining any relief, when  Peruna was recommended to me. After  taking twelve bottles of this medicine I  have completely regained my health.  " 1 am pleased to recommend Peruna  to any one suffering from the above aii-  ments."-^Edith Keairis.  ��� No -.testimonials   published   without  written consent of the writer.  EDITH  America Is the Land of Nervous  Women.  The majority of women are nervous  because they suffer from some form of  female disease.  The greatest obstacle in the way of  recovery is that they do not understand  that catarrh is the main source of their  illness.  Women who are in doubt as to their  ailments should write to Dr. Hartman,  President of The Hartman Sanitarium,  Columbus, O. Give him a full description of your symptoms, previous treatment and age.  He will promptly reply with full directions for treatment, free of charge.'.  Farmer*, Bechsslcj, Sportssusl  To heal and aofleu the skin and remove greaae  oil aud ruit atains, paint and aud earth, etc.. uar  the "Master Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert  To-net Soap Co. Mfra  J ��� ��� ���  SANITARIUM; Arrow Lake, BX.  CSV- The most perfcety appointed Hea lb  and Pleasure Kesort in the West, with a com  pletenjrstem of Hatha���iucludiug Turkish an I  Itussiau. Open tlie year round. The curatirr  properties or !t�� waters are unequaled*.  For Curiin-ll Rheumatic. Nervoua and Muscular Troubles.  ���'-....-  Foi KealitiK all 'Kidney, Liver and Stowaci-  ailiiituts.  For KliinluatluK all MetallitPoissus from th  System  The grandeur of the scenery is ��� uurWallrd  Mountains, snow peaks, forcats. lakes.water'alls  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, cxcuraii u��  lenui*. Its winter climate is uti��iirt>a��aed fo:  mildness. HARRY McINTOSH,  Pioprietor.  Sale  of  Crown  Granted  Mineral  Claims  For   Unpaid    Delinquent   Taxes  in   the    Rossland  British   Columbia.  Collection    District,    Province   of  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the sixth day of November, A.D. 1905, at the hour of twelve  o'clock noon, at the CourtHousein-the City f Rossland, I shall sell at public auction the Crown Granted Mineral Claims  hereinafter g'et.outof the p;raoriafin trieJB-iid list hereinafter set out. for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the  30th dav of June, 1905, and for the costs and expenses, including thecost.of advertising said sale, if the total amount due  is not sooner paid. 7   List Above Mentioned.  GREENWOOD   MINING   DIVISION.  Name of Owner.  '&'  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talickd op at  homk and klskwiikkk  I  f  I  For the information of inqurin,;  Phoenicians and. others, it might be  well to Mate that Cawthra Mulock,  the millionaire son of Sir William  Mulock, postmaster-general, when recently making a flying trip through the  lioimdary, did not nwke any statement  as to when a mail service would be inaugurated over the oteat Northern  railway from Grand Forks to Phoenix.  It would seem, however, that the authorities do not give a tinker's whoop  whether the service is inaugurated on  this earth or on the next. If they do  care, they have failed to indicate it in  any tangible way. But���stick a pin  in here���it;will come some sweet day.  Ml  As the Miner's Union opera house  and hall is being covered in, one can  begin to see the large dimensions of  the structure, which will be a credit to  the -Union and to the town when completed. It will.undoubtedly be the  most complete building of its character  yet  erected  in   the  Boundary.    The  J. 8. MACACLAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  .��*_*_*  PHOENIX, B G.  Latest Minis.   Stock  Ouotatlens  ASKED  ���  ��� ID  Ainericaunoy    iJ4  I  Hen II*ir ....     .....  3*  a  niacl- rail    3  1  11. C. Copper    ��7  50  Jo 40  Caii-riin.il tiolil l'lelits   ��  3  Cariboo. Camp McK (ex*div.).  Center Star   ....  M��  ��7  Crow's Nest Pass Coal      Denoro Mines   Kairvierr   3  1  Kisher Maiden   ...��  i  1  [jiaut       3  1  liranby Consolidated-   .... $7  s>  J6 j*  Inter national Coal -   .....  n  at  Juinbo   5<  jo  Moruine (.lory    Mountain Lion  .  1     4  a  Montreal & Domioii   ......  Nortli Star, (15. K.)   ....  7  1  Pavne   ....  *x  S  Quilp   5  4  Rambler-Cariboo      JO  IS  San Foil   *%.  ��H  Sullivan   9  7  St. Eugene   4>  40  Tom Tliumo   a  1  War Eagle Consolidated   'J.  ia  Waterloo (Ais Paid)   ....��  i%  1  While Bear ~   "-  3K  3  Most Practical and Satisfactory  Our catalogue is   a   picture   view  presentation of the  Greatest  Business    College    on  the coast.  Write   for   a   Copy   Today  Sent Free  The Blair Business College  Spokane, Wash.  Barton, David S., etal ������-  Naden, George R., et al ��� ��� ���  Cauifleld. John J., et al   Oliver, F. H., et al   Naden, George li , et al...  ....... * -.. *  British Columbia Trust Co., Ltd., et al.;  Moran, James, et al     ��� ���_*  Riter, George. * ,  Naden, George R., et al -  ���:  Moran, George, et al   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Jaffray. R., et al ��� .'���  King, Thomas. ;     '.- ���"  No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd  .  Drncker, Adolph   Haas. J. C, etal ������  No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   McMann, Fred K   Drucker, Adolph ,   Naden. George R   Wick-ire-vE.-T...:................ .���;/���.  Oesrosiers, Jolin B.   No. 7 M ining Company, Ltd     Rendrll. Geo. A   British Canadian   Gold Fields   Expl., Dev. it-Investment Co., Ltd.....  Caulfield, Jolin J., et al   Bennett, George M., et al   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd    Granby Con. M. S. & I'. Co., Ltd   Naden, George R., et al   Paton, James N., et al   McMnllen, J. .1., et al   No  7 Mining Company, Ltd    Johnstone, James S., et al   Naden, George R.. et al   Johnstone. James S., et al   McMynn,* \V. G., et al   Warren, J. J   No. 7 MiningCompany. Ltd   King, Thomas   Crane, Geo. T   Riter. George, et al   Ostroskii Louis J., et al   Collins, Charles N   McArthur, P. C   British Columbia Trust Co., Ltd., el al..  No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   ...  Lee. R. W   Naden. George R.,etal.......... ���  Name of Claim.  Aberdeen   Barbara   Barrow   Bee   Bolton Fraction   Bullion   Chancellor   C'opperopolis   Don't Know   Dndlt-y...   Fanny H. Fraction   Four Ace   G.A. R   G lasgow Fraction ,  Gold Bug   Great Hesper   Helen   Herbert Spencer   Hidden Treasure   Homestake   .lohannisburg   Joliette Frat tion ,  Lady of the Lake   Lancashire Fraction   Lewelli>h   Margrie   Maze   Mo.G rrgor   Missing Link   Missing Link No. 2 Fraction..  Monte Ret'o   Mullen   Number 7   Phoenix   I'inbook   Pint   Queen Bess   Rot) Rov   Rob Roy    S. F. Fraction   St. Genevieve   Sycamore   Svlvester  K   Tex*i8   Tinier Fraction    Trilby   Tripod   Fraction   I Twin Sisters   World's Fair Fraction  Lot No.  Taxes due  Coats  Total due  2295  $ 9 00  $ 2 00  $11 00  817  7 25  2 00  9 25  1290  8 00  2 00  10 00  886  11 25  2 00  13 25  1706  7 00  2 00  9 00  865  10 50  2 00  12 50  1325  13 00  2 00  15 00  1852  3 75  2 00  5 75  2374  13 00  2 00  15 00  1890  10 00  2 00  12 00  1643  3 50  2 00  5 50  24V0  11 50  2 TO  13 50  852  13 00  2 00  15 00  1638  9 75  2 00  11 75  895  11 75  2 00  13 75  1887  13 CO  2 09  15 00  1639  10 75  2 00  12* 75  1571  13 00  2 00  15 00  896  2 75  2 00  4 75  1892  12 50  2 00  14 50  2072  9 00  2 00  11 00  1885  6 00  2 00  8 00  1642  13 CO  2 00  15 00  2808  11 75  2 00  13 75  1251  13 CO  2 00  15 00  2(>88  6 00  2 00  8 00  ISIS  12 75  2 00  14 75  1641  12 75  2 00  14 75  979  2 00  2 00  ���I 00  1474  2 50  2 00  4 50  1242  8 75  2 00  10 75  1850  13 00  2 00  15 00  623  5 25  2 00  7 25  1716  10 50  ���> 00  12 50  1469  8 25  2 00  10 25  1720  9 50  2 (JO  11 50  1779  10 75  2 00  12 75  1550  13 00  2 00  15 00  1153  13 00  2 00  15 00  832  10 00  2 00  12 00  1S97  13 00  2 00  15 00  1578  11 50  2 00  13 50  2385  10 75  2 00  12 75  2067  13 00  2 00  15 00  1705  2 50  2 00  4 50  98S  11 00  2 00  13 00  3147  I 00  2 00  3 00  1432  7 75  2 00  U 75  3146  75  2 00  2 75  J.   KIRKUP,  Deputy Assessor and Collector, Ross'mml Collection District.  Rossland, B. C, October 9th, 1905.  Hospital Donations  Lii-t of Donations received since Js.n*  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General Hospital :  Cashjio  R.Hotrell  Ca**h Sis J- B. Macaulay  Cash {5 : ,����� J?-S,crr;  Book Case A. H. H. Clark  Bed Lineti,4doi .-. Hospital Lad lea" Aid  CMhfco  K T. Bank  Cash J10 Jas* McCreath  Cash Jn  Canadian Raud Drill Co.  oring fcot - "���A\Bi,I{002  ���pleByrop _���.^V Friend  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  PiohTKKR Pub. Co.,   -   Phoenix, B.C  Tbe 0. R. & N- Reduces tbe Rate  to Portland and return from Spokane.  Round trip $12.35, effective Sept. 1st,  limit 30 days.    Take the Short Line.  A pencil mark here _  is a reminder that vour subscription to this pap��r is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate _voji��  prompt attention.        -���������������  /  P.***  1   *  *.  "t3l% THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  im  ��� M  ->m  P  I  IN  11  ���  i  Hi  ���ii  U  h.  If ��� :'-  ft,  Si  ha!  it  it  Fr  ?��-  leading Hotel of Djundary's Loading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Corner Kuob Mill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  , J. A. MoMASTER  ���^ Proprietor.  It is expected that a contract will  shortly be let for the entire 150 miles  of construction on the Midway & Vernon railway, and that the work will bo  completed within 15 months.  \V. C. Thomas,   of the   Dominion  Copper  Co.,   says that every time he  puts his foot   in   Grand   Forks,   theyl  seem   to  have a smelter for his coin- PurP0S0'  pany, or at least a. new smelter site.   ,  The business men of Midway have  organized a Citizen's Protective Association, and several well attended  meetings have been held and questions  of \ ital importance to the town have  been discussed.   ; >   ,   .  The steel on the Gieat Northern  branch fiom Curlew to Midway wus  laid to Ferry, just across the line from  Midway, last Saturday, but it will be  two or tluee wi'eks belorc regular  trains arc inn ovei that pait of the  road. Ballasting is now going on, two  steam shovels   being i"   use   for  that.  Rare Ranch Bargain.  Dominion    Hotel  Old Ironsides Ave, -       - Phoenix, B, C.  This is the largest hotel in the city and  has been improved and refitted, being well  adapted for mining and travelling men.  Bar well stocked with choice goods.  Dining Room under personal charge of  the proprietor,  Mrs. P. L. KcKelvey, Prop.  In and Around Phoenix  HR1EF  TOPICS  OF  LOCAL   AND  GENERAL  INTEREST TO  PHOENICIANS.  The Druggist is Boyle.  Souvenir Jewelry at Dey's.  There is always a leader���in beer it  is Pabst.  Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all   repairs. .  Phone  your  order  to  Boyle,   the  Druggist.  J. L. Martin will   buy International  Coal shares. t     _    _'     lj  '  For Lowney's chocolates see Boyle,  the Druggist. ' .      ���,   ���,  -   Dey,   the   Jeweler  for   Enamelled  Souvenirs. j  Do you always want the best���then  drink Pabst beer.  P. Bums & Co. have" begun ' to  re-'  ceive fresh eastern oysters.  Prescriptions properly prepared from  pure drugs.���Boyle, the Drug_ist.< -  .  The roofs are now being put on both  the new opera house and city hall.  For prescriptions put up as the doctor orders, take them to the Thomas  Drug Co.  ; In drinking. Pabst, .you know that  there is none better made anywhere at  any price.  James Marshall now hopes to open  his new Brooklyn hotel about~the first  jof November.  Boyle,  of  WAMMMA  Goods delivered anywhere,  the Drucgist.'  Dr.   Simmons, _ dentist,    Balmoral  hotel October 9 to 12. - -   ���  Eighteen men are at  work   on   the  Bonnington sub-station here.  ���    Absolutely"'pure A'can   be   said  Pabst beer.    Do not; forget it.  Eastern oysters are now received  fresh weekly by P. Bums & Co.    '  The best is the cheapest���especially  in drugs pf all kinds. See the Thomas  Drug Co.  The C.P.R. and Great Northern are  each taking 28 cars of ore daily from  Granby mines.  Wednesday's semi-monthly dance by  Phoenix Trades and Labor Council  was well attended.  Phoenix   Socialist   League,   meets  Tuesdays,   7.30  p.m.,   Miners'  Hall  Readings from Socialist authors given,  Discussion invited.,,7/  All but three miles of the poles on  the new Bonnington high tension line  between Rossland and Cascade, have  been placed in position, and stringing  the wire will soon be started, carloads  having already arrived at Cascade and  Rossland.  Midway's new Presbyterian church  was opened last Sunday for the ffrst  time by Dr. J. C. Herdman, superintendent of missions for British Columbia and Alberta. The building cost  some $1500, and is neat and commodious Monday 'evening a concert  was given for the benefit of the new  church  At the annual meeting of the Greenwood Curling Association, held last  week, the following officers were elected : Hon. President, Duncan Ross,  M.P.; president, E. G. Warren: vice-  president, W. G. McMynn; secretary  treasurer, W. Allison; managing committee, J. S. Birnie, K. C..B. Frith, E.  XV. Bishop and George Findlay. Tt is  p o, o.sed to build an addition to the  present rink.  20 acre Fruit and Chicken ranch  relinquishment for sale, including  buildings, orchard and all kinds small  fruits. Joins Danville, Wash.,, and  Carson, E. C, corners on The Covert  Ranch, Kettle river, on boundary.  $1500 cash. Hay, grain and chickens  if taken soon. A rare opportunity to  make a beautiful home  F. G. McCormick  Danville, Wash.  Miners' Unior Hall  Wcd.y Oct. 18  Style and  Grace in  Rubber  Footwear  Maple Leaf City Rubbers all  made over foot form lasts that follow exactly the new shoe models.  They are the acme of perfection  in stylish Rubber footwear.      7  Ladies ask ;your dealer to show  you the new "Calve" and "Melba"  designs with Cuban Hetls, or the  new "Lily" and "Rose" models for  French Heels.  AN ORNATE BLAZE OF GLORY!  A Cheerful   Commingling  of'Joviality.  Georgia Mlastrelc  Richards & Pringle's Famous Georgia Minstrels continue to do large business everywhere"and it is likely to do  the same in this city on .Wednesday,  Oct. 18, for there is a fascination about  the fun and music that will draw the  people to the theatre many times. The.  "Georgias" have reached the.comfort-}  able stage where the main thought of  Ike management Is on the frills, the  public having the assurance that they  like the show.   .       - .  The performance given by these  "Sons of Ham" gained its vitality with  the introduction of something new each  season, and this, their 28th annual tour,  a programme of novelty is promised of  unusual excellence.    *   l '  -The usual parade will  be given  at  11.30 a.m.  - TWENTY-EIGHTH   EDITION  Richards  & Pringle's  _T  _������ Famous  Georgia ^~J  Minstrel S  They are just a bit more graceful and choice than anything you  have yet seen. _  J. LECKIE CO., LTD.  Vancouver, B. C.  Selling Agents.  As  ���  m  /is  Y  Neatly Executed  With quickness and despatch. This is what we do  with any jobs'left with  us.  Rings enlarged, Specimens mounted, Pipe Fcr-  >ules made, etc. And the  charges as moderate as  good material and good  workmanship will allow.  Bring your repairing to us  E. A* Black, Jeweler  ��L'.-������������&/...  FIRST ST.. PHOENIX, ��. C  E-3S���  it  W  I  ���  W  I  George Evans  Painter and  House   Decorator.  .    PHOENIX, B. C.    _  Sign Writing on short notice.        :       Estimates promptly furnished.  4*W***<*^B^^.+.f.+J1H*+0V+0>  40  .A Coalition of Mirth.^H  "Vivacity and Gaiety   *^  This     Big 6 Comedians  Clarence Powell  Fred Simpson  Frank' Kiik     ��� .'��-  James Cro'sby-  Ha; [���>��� Uureguard  I.^s ���r Mel .uiiHs  The  Billiard  R<  toyai  Parlors  R. H. KARATOFSKY, P��>p.  imt<r*a\*tnm  Estate and Mines  /  G.W. Rumberger  Street Parade at Noon  ��� Seats on sale, at Brown's new store.  .- Prescriptions quickly and carefully  .compounded from freshest drugs by  Thomas Drug'Co.-  ' Thanksgiving evening, October 26,  is, the date of the annual dance given  by the Odd Fellows of Phoenix.  James T. Russell has purchased 140  acres of land suitable for fruit raising  on Kootenay lake above Nelson.  Just received, I'.namelled -Souvenir  ^Brooches,, Hat Pins,-Sash Pins, and  [others.'. G. E. Dey, the jeweler.  ", ��� Clearing sale at. Clark & Binns of  summer stock  of carpets,   linoleums,-  ^etc.Y 'A splendid opportunity to cover  that floor.  Percy Wilkinsbnhastaken-over the  ent.re Cottage hotel, and Mike Kane,  the owner, is repapering, painting and  furnishing the house from top to bottom. -" -'        *  Announcement is made of the marriage of J. Waterford Reed, o^Phoe  nix, to" Laura Blanche Covert, daughter  of Mr. and:, Mrs. W. H��� Covert, of  Grand Forks, the wedding "taking place  at Portland, Oregon.  Thursday evening, Octobtr 26th,  the members of Snowshoe Lodge, No.  46, I.O.O.F., will give the fourth annual ball at Miners^ Union hall.  These annual occasions have always  been greatly enjoyed by the friends of  the lodge, ,and the coming event pro  mises to keep up the reputation gained  in the pa"st.'"   *���������"���  Dr. Mecklenburg, eye specialist, of  Winnipeg, will   examine,   test and fit  TIME TRIED.  FIRE TESTED.  D. JF. Matheson  PHOENIX, 8. C.  Agent for tlie Strongest Fire  Insurance  Companies, in  the, World.  Royal Insurance Co.  Norwich Union.  National of Ireland  -London & Lancashire  Western1 Assurance Co.  Uhioa Assurance Co.  Queen Insurance C'j.  I'hoenix of Hartford.  RespctfuIIy    Solicits   a   Share  Your    Business.  Last week the city  clerk  took  over ,$3,000 in taxes, it being the final  limit in which the discount for prompt  payment could be,secured.,  Don't overlook the fact that the  Phoenix Pioneer makes a" specialty of  fine job work���the kind that you,  mayhap, haverbeen looking for.        '  I.Thursday's incoming Great Northern passenger train was some six hours'  late, owing to a freight wreck  on   the  with glasses;- 'headacho-squint, cross  eyes, short sight, far sight, irregular  sight, etc., scientifically. No guess  work, no dangerous and costly mis-  . takes. Safe, reliable, and satisfaction  >n I guaranteed. Hearing appliances and  artificial eyes fitted.  If you want to enjoy  good smoke, come to tbe  Royal Billiard Parlors, where  you will find a Full Line of  Imported Cigars and Tobaccos, and the Finest  Line of Webb's Chocolates.  - At the same time you are  likely to find your friends  here enjoying billiards  the,bowling rooms:  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28,  UndefNew Management;  Sols .Agents  for Hazelwood  Ice  "-,  ���  - '"     Cream.  Kaftb  Hill Ave. PWaU, B. C.  -If********^***********-****, I  Observation  Compartment  GbeaT  Cars  DAILY BETWEEN  lower end of the^Iine, at Valley, Wash.  Nelson, I). C  ' The Canadian Pacific Railway have  placed on sale, daily till 31st October  at Winnipeg, St. Paul and all points  e 1st of these termnal points, low rate  one-way colonist excursion tickets to  all Kootenay and Noith Pacific coast  points. Send for your friends while  the low rates are in effect. Full particulars from   J. S. Carter,  D. P. A.,  Father Pecoul, who has been assis-'  tant to. Father * Bedard, for the last  year, has been moved to Reveistoke,  leaving last week for that point.  Last Wednesday the men employed  at the sub-station of the Bonnington  pole line here asked for a nine hour  day, which was granted to them, after  they quit work for a time.  - J. L.   Martin, who   is  among  the  Phoenix visitors  to   the Spokane fair  St. Paul-Minneapolis and Seattle  .   . "   v'ia'the-;v��  ',';,/.;.!/,._,  OREAT  NORTHERN   RAILWAY,  ���    "THK COMKOR FABLE J\WAY'' H *  An Innovation in Transcontinental ,Travel~"~  For tates, time of trains, etc., addre.sss-  tt  <,, t  F. I. WHITNEY, Passenger Traffic Maiia__', St.'l'aul,   Minn. '  1      ,    , '      '-.or M. M. Stkihkns, Acent,  S.S.Minnesota sails fromSeattie       ' ���,     * .     ���  ���  for the Orient Nov.'5.    ' ," .     :        Phoenix, B. C.  : Souvenir  1  I Views of  J Phoenix  J   On Your Writing Paper I  - ������--r��� '  A new stock wjth several different views, just  received. Take a look  at it, just what you wa>.t  Also a  _New Line of  (Souvenir Postals  Our stock of Souvenir  Postals Cards is ���im-  .  mense  and   mu.st    be  mu��.t  seen lo be appreciated.  1  I  I Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  t; leading mines bought and sold. "  ;  .  Information* about    Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  ' * ���������        < t t  ** Phoenix, B. C.  m  HQtel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  gtiods.  Special attention to dining room.  ' Large,   airy   and  .   well  furnished rooms.   /  D*i_l_toa Avcim ."''   -'--   '���"-���"-_���     - ���"���    rmatwXxCi.  PABST MIR  all other kinds  best come back  of beer  those   who  to  the  Old   Reliable  Made in the Largest Brewery in the world,  is exceed that of all others. The only  mrl ALWAYS PURE". ' ��� '<  McC*eaiE,  -   .  ���  .  Greenwood, B; C.  this week, intends to arrange to place  some 3,000 head of sheep on his ranch  near Curlew in the near future.  An outfit called Blee's Trouoadors  attempted to give a show Monday at  the Miners' Union hall. ��� When the  six colored performers showed up in  the first act, there were nine persons in  the audience. When the curtain went  down for the second act, the nine took  advantage of it and left the hall, having stood it as long as they could.  No argument  is  so  convincing as  practical   proof.     Come in and let us  show you that we  can   fit  your  eyes  with  proper glasses after others have  failed.    Hearing appliances apd artificial eyes.     Satisfaction guaranteed.  Dr. Mecklenburg, A.  M. I). Sc., the  Winnipeg eye specialist, in charge.   At  Thomas  drug   store,   Phoenix,  from  Friday, Oct. 20 to 22; at their Greenwood  store,   Monday,   Tuesday   and  Wednesday,  Oct.  23, 24, 25; at their  Midway store, Thursday and  Friday,  Oct. 26, 27.  A special committee is arranged for  the observance of Trafalgar day at  Grand Forks.  Grand Forks had a school exhibit  at the New Westminster fair, which  was well spoken of. '  Arrangements are being made  bowling  tournament   by lovers of the  game in Greenwood.  Leonard Vaughan shot a 300 pound  bear near his ranch, close to Grand  Forks, one day last week.  A. H. Lawder has resigned Jiis position on the board of license commissioners of Boundary Creek district.  Some 3,000 or 4,000 sheep were  shipped this week from Republic over  the Kettle Valley lines and C.P.R. to  Chicago.  His Honor, Judge Clement, next  week will Le in the Similkameen, in  place of Judge Spinks, who has been  granted six weeks' absence.  The C.P.R. and Great Northern  mix-up over right of way west of Midway is in statu quo. The line crosses,  some C.P.R. land, which had not been-  purchased, hence the trouble. The  matter will come up in court at Vancouver on the 2.4th on expropriation  proceedings, when it will doubtless be  settled, and every one wiJJ he \),appy.  MILLINERY  STYLES  Miss M. McDonald cordially invites the ladies of Phoenix  to  inspect the latest styles in Hats at her new store.  Lower Town . - * > .   -  Dominion Avenue.  AJgg*1 _?**��!: Tkk V-"1   _-��*���* ���*   r  J*.^_ <*_ _ Better Than, EverBtf ore \  The Twelfth Annual  rersiare Fain  October 9  to   5, 1905.  OPEN BAY AND NIGHT  Wonderful Display of PAIN'S FAMOUS PYROTECHNICS, presenting "THE FALL OF PORT ARTHUR" in Flaming   Fireworks  LARGER EXHIBITS in EVERY DEPARTMENT of'the  '  FAIR. MEN'S RELAY RACE during the Whole Week.  EIGHT entries. The FINEST SHOW  of -"LIVE  STOCK   ever held in WASHINGTON.  UP-TO-DATE Vaudeville Programme Every Afternoon  and Evening!  Beautiful FRUIT DISPLAY for BIG CASH   PRIZES. - FIVE     '  | or   MORE  EXCITING  RACES   DAILY.     SPOKANE  KENNEL CLUB'S Big Annual Dog Show.    INDIAN  VILLAGE'and INDIAN RACES and DANCES.  REDUCED i^TBandSPKt^jX^RSlONSONALL RAILROADS j  Concession* for s*lo HOWELL \P. PEEL. President  ;5�� Write for Premium List sod Race Program ROBT,. H, COSGROVE, Sec. and Mgr. Sg-  Mae Bros.l!5ii#::  Stationers,   Newsdealers, ��  Tobacconists. J  Knob.Hill Ave.  -      Phoenix, BvC.    '  ,^gXs!��_X_X_��_x_X3��^  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  Clothing!  Hundreds of  don't   odieve  satisfied  it come  - WHO SAYS SO?  customers. , If you  and examine good?.  A F_H Lfcie of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,ete.t  just,arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old- -  and Chkapkrt prices. ���  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's W��ar Exclusively. KNon uitlf^V^&tx.  ^ost&sts&ssxs&s&ss^^  W Wm, Hunter Co., Ltd  DOMINION AVENUE.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  The  If Yot< Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection iu our line of men's stylish clothing  for summer. We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  MCffl's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with at-  tnchrd and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  spring blocks, in Black and Brown, also a nice range of  straw and linen hats.   *  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is  complete, you   should  .    see them before purchasiite. Our patent calf dress   shoes  and oxfords outshine them all,  Boy StfitS" A new iot of perfect fitting i orfolks  and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' tt _is.s, Ladies' shirts, Ladies' C< liars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' linen,Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  Wm* Homier Co. Lifsiited.  m^mmimm  mil!j il^ffjSlSrT^Jiil H^j! iT'Tui^luV^JTiiwITlM iBS f ���VI!p'ii7iT?iTrni I TrMTTiTft ,!|OnFH^jm,^--f"-"^''W^''^''" t.*??*���*���j��.nm'."iimi laHaiii wim ��� ��� ��� im i.ij.iiina.i... .iji i  iraiW?Swv*- *'*.'t41'R'W^s:MfJi<vftvi tjsu.'v-i-tiA^im'ssi^^^^Sx^^Skwmm


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