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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 15, 1904

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 max  Boundary Mines Produced f* 0,000,000 in  value within four years  ^  oatt*  IPJ <-^t;  Phoenix is the Cent*_  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary* *  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District.  "-?     OCT 18 1904  ��_t  ���Vol. V.  PHOENIX,  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1904.  &TORlA.^  :��-3_.  No. 49  Granby Report  Full Text of Important Document���'Reduced tlie Operating  Expenses, 44 Cents  Per Ton.       *&       _��>  XU4  Now that the fall  and everyone; looking for winter goods  we would like to draw your attention  lo our window display. Men's Overcoats, die very newest patterns and  latest cuts made by Campbell Manufacturing Co. and E. 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.  He Itater-falrivl (o., ltd.  l'lIOEN'IX. ClRKKXWOOU. GRAND FORKS.  1����������������S��8����*����<V*������������*|  Hardware Dept  STOVES  'I he biggest stock of Wood and Coal  Heaters   in   the   Boundary���all styles  and  prices     We put all   stoves sold up   free of  chaige. ,  Shot Guns and  Rifles .  For   the   Game   Season.  Guns to rent by day or week.  Sewing flachines  See our   Cabinet' Sewing   Machines,  (itiatanteed in every particular.    Trice $50.00,  " easy monthly payments.  Grocery Department  We are the Peoples9 Grocers.  Everything that comes  from   this  '-��� department is the best obtainable.  Fresh Fruits every day now.  We have arranged for regular shipments of  Fresh Ranch Eggs 50c a doz.  Last week the Pioneer gave the list  of new directors of the Granby Co.,  chosen at the annual meeting at Montreal, together with a brief summary of  the annual financial report���which was  received  by wire by this paper from  Montreal.    Thu public will be inter-   ested in  perusing the full text of the ���"    "���"���"T""  annual teport of the Granby Co., for the year ending June 30,  1904,  which  was submitted ro the shareholders at the meeting held at* Montreal October  4th.  The following is a summary of the year's business, according to the Treasurer's report:  The production of the year amounted to,  16,024,415 lbs. fine copper; 275,960 ozs.  silver; 54,231 ozs. gold,  for which  we re-  -    ceived $2,948,55' 73  From rents and land land sales         17,795 43   '-7 $2,966.347  '<>  The above  represents the  net  proceeds at \  Granby Works, freight to New York, refining and  other charges being deducted from the gross  receipts.  COSTS.  Working expenses at mines and smelter $1,814,213 38  Foreign ore purchased         141,073  18  Foreign matte purchased       727,546 69  Boundary Mining Notes  The Granby Co. was awarded a diploma at the Spokane Interstate Fair  for its exhibit of ore.  Last .Monday was payday with the  Granby Co. and the Monfreal & Boston in this camp, the amount distributed in this way being in the  neighborhood of $45,000.  Water in the Skylark shaft has been  pumped out, and active work on this  old property was commenced this week  by the Phoenix syndicate that was  fortunate enough to secure a bond  on it.  Work on the Snowshoe machinery  still continues, and pumping may start  next week. Geo. S. Waterlow is expected to reach Rossland next Monday, and with A. J. McMillan may be  over shortly to the Snowshoe.  RAWHIDE!AY  SHIP 600 TONS  FROM THE LOCAL DUMP.  Daily  Within   the Next  Days-  30  CONTRACT LET FOR  NEEDED SPUR  W. P. Tlcraey, ���( Nelwa, Will Rath It to Co��-  plctioa ��� Brooklyn Oaipat It Belli  Steadily lucreaied.  -$2,682,833 25  Net profits for year ending June  30,   1904  Surplus from previous year   Dividend paid December, 1903.  283.513 9��  683,535 43  $967,049 34  133i630 3��  \  $833,419 04  Net surplus, June 30, 1904   As shown in annexed Statement of Assets and Liabilities.  There has been  expended in  new construction at the  mines and smelter during the year !       $97,247  All development work and renewals and repairs have been  charged to working expenses.  Mine development     51698 lineal feet.  Granby ore shipped to smelter. .514,387 dry tons.  Granby ore smelted 516,059    "      "  Foreign ore smelted   36,182    "     "  Foreign matte treated     4,290    "     "  48  ASSETS.  Cost of land, real estate, machinery, buildings,  dwellings and equipment $13,999,771  Cash, copper in transit and on   hand less ad-  ���   vances      187,915  Store Supplies        124,4**5  Stocks, bonds and bills receivable  63,744  33  '5  94  54  -$i4,37S,846 96  LIABILITIES.  Capital Stock $13,363,030 <=o  Bills payable  60,000 00  Accounts payable, current for month         119.397 92  Surplus..   .'    ..         833,419 04  The Chicago men interested in the  Providence mine are still trying to secure control. They recently paid $8  per share (par is $5) for 450 shares to  accomplish this, only to find themselves still in the minority. The case  will be heard in the Supreme Court at  Greenwood next week.  Only five furnaces have been running at the Granby smelter this week,  while preparations are being made for  installation of the electric self-charging  apparatus outside the furnace building.  Six furnaces,will probably be in us  again next Monday, and there will then  be room for another furnace or two  without enlarging the bulding, whenever the company decides to install  the same.  WITH THE POLITICIANS.  -$r4,375,846 96  G. \V.  Wooster,  Treasurer.  .���    . ; Auditor's Report.  Grand Forks, B.���_., Aug. to, 1904.  To the  Directors and  Shareholders  of The  Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smelting & Power Co'y:  We beg to report the annual audit of the books of your company for year  ending 30th June, 1904, and find them correct, the cash  in hand,   securities  held and ledger balances agreeing with the financial statement.  We have carefully examined the disbursements and find them properly  authorized and vouched for.  The books and general system and record of the financial transactions of  your Company are systematically kept and reflect much credit upon your  treasurer and his office staff. Respectfully submitted,  Gardner Stevens,  XV. A. Matley,  Auditors.  President Miner's Address.  To the Stockholders of the Granby Consolidated, Mining,  Smelting & Power  Co., Ltd.  Gentlemen:���You will notice the Treasurer's Report gives us a profit of  $283,000 for the year ending June 30th, 1904. I am somewhat disappointed  with this result.as conditions seemed 'o indicate a much larger profit for the  year when we last met in October, 1903. There have been several causes for  this. In November there was an extra opening made in another part of the  mines which caused considerable expense and considerable delay. This work  was suspended. The result was that little or no money was made for about  four months time. Otherwise a much better showing would have been in  evidence today. ,    ���       - 7  At the smelting plant two new furnaces with necessary machinery to operate them, and two locomotives with necessary slag cars have been added.  The furnace building was enlarged to accommodate the same. Total operating costs have been reduced 44 cents per ton during the fiscal year.  In June some changes were made in the staff. Mr. A. B. W. Hodges  was appointed General Superintendent of both mines and smelter and now reports independently to the Board of Directors. We have every reason to expect good results the coming year; our costs are being reduced steadily, and  with improvements now being completed expect them to be reduced much  more. The mines and smelter are in better condition than at any time during  the past year. The Company is practically free from debt, except for current  monthly accounts, and has large assets.  The Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern Ry. Coy. controlled by the Great  Northern people is building into Phoenix and up to the Smelter from Grand  Forks, which will.give us railway facilities with two great trans-continental  systems, namely, the Canadian Pacific and the Great Northern.  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 some  exceptions, working together with mutual confidence and unity of purpose. I  feel that this is as essential to the future welfare of the Company as it has  been in the past.' This has led me to the decission, in retiring to-day with the  rest of the Board, to 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 all reports to the contrary. I have much faith in the  property if well managed and shall always have a deep interest in, and best  wishes for its success. Respectfully si     itted,  S. H. C. Miner,  President,  The local Conservatives expect to  meet and reorganize next week.  Duncan Ross, Liberal candidate in  this constituency, is now campaigning  up Kamloops way. He started at  Salmon Arm last Monday.  The Okanagan Herald, at Vernon,  has been started by the Revelstoke  Mail people, as a Liberal organ, since  the election was definitely announced.  Election day in Kootenay has been  set for November 22, while nominations  will be made on November 1. It is  probable that Yale-Cariboo will have  the same dates.  Martin Burrell, Conservative candidate for Yale-Cariboo, started this  week for a trip through the Similkameen. Both he and Mr. Ros will keep  nearer home as the election day draws  closer.  ������MY FRIEND FROM INDIA''  "Within thirty days we shall be shipping 600 tons of ore per day from the  Rawhide mine," said George H. Collins, superintendent of the Montreal  and Boston Consolidated properties,  yesterday. "We have an almost unlimited tonnage that we can get out  and ship on the quarrying system, and  we now have a force of men getting  things ready for outputting ore. The  C. P. R. spur to accommodate the  Rawhide shipments, will be built at  once, the contract having been signed,  and ore bunkers for the Rawhide will  also be erected without delay."  R.A. Bainbridge, divisonal engineer  of the C.P.R. at Nelson, and assistants,  accompanied by W.P. Tierney, railway  contractor, arrived here last night, for  the purpose of laying out the Rawhide  spur and constructing the same. ' It  will be 1,600 feet in length, and will  accommodate ten or fifteen ore cars  when it is completed. Mr. Tierney  expects to have his outfit reach here  by next Sunday night, so as to commence work on Monday. He thinks  he can get the work done in about a  week.  Mr. Coliins is also crowding, work  on the Brooklyn, the new ore bunkers  for that mine being now nearly completed. By next week he expects to  be raising 300 tons daily from the  mine itself, not including the ore that  is on the dump. The shipments from  this mine have been increased sorae-  this week. About 70 men are employed at this mine alone. A larger  skip will be installed at a later date, so  that more ore can be hoisted in a given  time.  Now that the Brooklyn is steadily  shipping, the next thing will be to get  the Stemwinder in the same condition.  The* hoist is now being set in place  and it will not be long before that  mine is sending ore down to the company's Boundary Falls smelter.  The Famous Comedv   to be  Given Here by  Walker's Comedians.  So manny really ecellent theatrical  attractions have been sent us by ; Mr.  C. P. Walker, the western amusement  director, that announcement of the  coming of another will be received  with pleasurable anticipation. The  oaganization now announced is Walker's  Comedians, the strongest comedy company ever sent into Western territory,  and the play they are to give us is that  wjrld famous laughing hit, "My Friend  From India." Everybody has read of  the phenomenal success of this irresistible comedy, which has packed the  largest theatres in all the great cities.  Up to this season the owners of the  piece have refused to part with the  Canadian right of production, but Mr.  Walker has now purchased that right  and the firs] opportunity to see it is  offeted. Walker's Comedians are all  players of reputation and a production  complete in every respect is assured.  There "is an evening of unrestrained  merriment in store for our amusement  seekers when "My Friend From India"  is submitted to thein on Wednesday,  Oct. 19, at Miners' Union Hall.  Hospital Ball Netted $200.  The annual ball for the benefit of  the Phoenix General HospitaJ, was  given Thursday evening at Miners'  Union hall, under the auspices of the  Hospital Ladies' Aid. The ball room  was crowded all the evening, and the  music was excellent. There was a  number of booths where refreshments  of various kinds could be secured, a  fortune teller with occult powers, and  a cake rfflae. Mrs. Crawford won the  latter with ticket No. 3.  The net proceeds of the ball are estimated at about $200, and the ladies  in charge wish to warmly thank the  Miners' Union (or donating the use of  the hall, as well as many other things.  The ladies are to be congratulated on  the successful outcome of the ball, and  the generous patronage thereof illustrates what the people of Phoenix  think of of one of our most deserving  institutions.  "My  FUNNIEST OF COMEDIANS.  Played by  Friend  From India" to be  Walker's Comedians.  "My Friend From India" is a comedy which has created more laughter  than any of the funny farces of the last  decade. Some, of the situations would  bring a smile to the face of a graven  image, and if laughter makes a man-  grow fat, as the doctors declare, then  there is bright prospects of an increase  in the avoitdupois hereabouts, for the  world famous comedy is to be played  here on Wednesday, Oct. 19, by a  capital organization known as Walker's  Comedians, so called, from the fact  that Mr. C. P, Walker, the western  theatrical manager, is its director.  There is something in a name, the immortal. Shakespeare to the contrary  notwithstanding. Mr. Walker's name,  for instance, as sponsor for a theatrical  company, is a guarantee of real worth,  for he has never failed in his promises.  This time he promises the best comedy  performance ever seen h��re and a production which, if the experience of  other communities counts for anything,  will be the laughing hit of the season.  For  rent,  a   suite  of apartments,  suitable for housekeeping or light bus-  Biner block, good location.  mess.  Mayor Rumberger returned from  Spokane last Monday.  City taxes are beginning to come  in, the time limit on the rebate being  October 31st.  Mrs. Jordan and family are expected to return from a, visit to Spo  kane in a day or two.  A son was born to the wife of Pat-'  rick Hughes, the railway contractor, at  Grand Forks last Monday.  Changes for advertisements in the  Pioneer must reach this office by noon,  Thursdays to insure insertion.  Dr. K. C. McDonald, of Grand  Forks, was last week chosen president  of the Provincial Dental Association.  Philip McDonald one of the owners  of the rich Elkhorn mine, was recently  married to Margaret Short.at Spokane.  At the Great- Northern railway construction hospital at Grand Forks there  are are ��aid to be 42 patients, mostly'  typhoid. -'' ���  There are now but two  patients  at ���  the  local   hospital,   which  gives the  staff some relief after several weeks of  a full house. - ���  J. G. Clark, the C.P.R. agent here,  went to Kamloops yesterday, being  apprised by his brother that his father  is very ill. ,,'   -  A social ball will be given by Phoenix Aerie No. 158, F. O. E., Friday  evening, October 28th, at Miners'  Union hall. '"  Work on the new McHale block, on  Knob Hill avenue, is now in an advanced condition, the building being  enclosed and roofed. *  Mrs. A. B. W. Hodges, Mrs. Bert  Rae, and Mis. -Williams, together with  Mr. Rae, came up from Grand Forks  Thursday to attend the. annual hospital ball.  The Hotel Balmoral was thrown  open to the public this (week, and J. A.  McMaster, the proprietor, says he is  well pleased with I tfce> patronage accorded him so far.        ^ v  K. P.  Matheson,   brother of City '  Clerk Matheson,  fetutrted; Thursday  from a seven   months'   trip to   the  Omenica country, in the northern part  of the province.  Mrs. A. B. Hood will receive at her  residence, Brooklyn avenue, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 18th and  19th, afterwards on the third and fourth  Tuesday of each month.  On Tuesday evening, Oct. 18th,  in the Presbyterian church there will  be a social with music and refreshments. A liberal collection is requested in support of the Reading Room.  Rev. Father Bedard, of the local  Catholic church, has returned from a  three months' visit to his old home at  at Point Fortune, Quebec. He visited  the St. Louis Fair on his return trip.  Father Bedard will hold services here  tomorrow at the usual hours.  George Bum, middle aged and unmarried, shot himself fatally last Monday near his home at Grand Forks.  Trie coroner's jury returned a verdict  of suicide, which it is thought was  prompted by poor health. Burn had  been a resident of the Boundary for  years. .   Bell's Murder Trial Monday.  Next Monday in the supreme court  at Greenwood, Joshua Bell, colored,  will be tried for the murder of Annie  Allen, also colored, and a woman of .  the half world. Tlie murder occurred  in Phoenix on the 12th of last August,  Bell using a penknife for the purpose.  He escaped,but in a few hours ran into  the arms of Chief of Police Flood at  Hartford Junction, and has since been  in jail at Nelson, awaiting trial. It  appears certain that he will be hanged,  the execution probably to take place at  Nelson. He will be defended by A.  M. Whiteside of Greenwood, and  several Phoenix men are on the jury.  Hoisted Curfew By-Law.  At Wednesday's meeting of the city  council, Mayor Rumberger was present, as were also Aids. Marshall,  Delahay, and Porter. A number of  accounts were ordered paid, amounting to $166.95, mostly for street work,  and Curfew By-Law No. 50 was read  by the mayor, and on motion was  given a six months' hoist, as the city  has no curfew bell.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1900,  ! 1902, lor 1903, and 1904, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  j Granby Mines, Phoenix  1 Snowshoe, "  j Brooklyn, "  I Mother Lode, Deadwood  JSuiiBet,  * -"i.E;  -' tti  ;i  �����  .4  <����� j  ��� ''Si,  . ".$.*  *"���  fi";  ,'>'.�����(-1  7*<i  (  " 1  ,-s\  ', -    *     .  '     J>*  1      A i  '<>  ��� - r,  5 -  1 N  {-  1   *  7e   1  tl  _5H ,gggj  $  *  -*  ���f v <MH  i' _ij-��*j j;  ���A  Hi!  it,   **���  >*l **lp  IN  Tsff-  if  J'  5>*  :li:  fv  if-'  i*- '���"���  Mr  ���I'  ���"���"if*'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Cup That Cheers  the greatest number of people is the one containing Blue Ribbon  1 ea. It fills them full of new life,r while it's perfect purity prevents  any bad after-effects.  If you value good cheer, ask for BLUE RIBBON TEA.  1  I Air Compressors    :    Rock Drills l  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  KIRK, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  ComiulMloiier for uklnj AfrM��� Ju;  Phoenix, j_.'  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD  AND  VANCOUVER, B.C.  ITNTi  The Phoe/itx Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  NOTED IN PASSING.  ISSUED ON SATURDAYS SV THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO,  AT MOEKIX. B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX. M*N��M.  _ ���    ..      .1 Business office No. t<.  Telephone J Manager's residence, No. 15.  Nothing doing, practically, in war in  the far east, is now the daily report.  The slight recent wetness in weather conditions was welcome. More of  it would be more so.  B, C MINING  SDUCUrTlORS IK ADVANCE.  ,$1.00  Per Year ��� ��   Six Months -   If yon are not 1 subscriber to Ibis paper, this  Is an Invitation to you to become one.  '   Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  roar weekly insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  No one seems to know precisely  where the Great Northern station will  be in I'hoenix, though several think  they know.  - Subscribers to the Pioneer will get  a little more for their money for a time,  owing to the increased demand for advertising space  ���  If James J. Hill has secured a control of British Columbia's greatest  copper mining company���the Granby  ���he has been quite successful in keeping absolute knowledge of it from the  public. Some people, be it remarked,  know a lot of things that are, not so.  ���j'ii  1904  OCT.  1904  Sir. Moi. Tuti. Wtd. Tfci. Frt.   Sit.  rN1     ���*       �����  If     r               ,  :  ��-'4s.' 4. s  1             1  6  7  I  8  < 9 19. it i��  13 ' 14  *5  , 16 xy xt 19  20  21 '  22  - 23 ��4 i'mat  27 " 28.  29*,  30"1. - "'l  '  1  Joe Martin decided, after all, not to  enter the four-cornered political fight  at Nanimo. Joseph is wise in his day  and generation.  ' John Houston occupied the centre  of the stage at Nelson last week. The  cause was a libel suit. They agreed to  disagree and things were at sixes and  sevens when the lawyers - got together  and John agreed to publish a retraction, which he did. John will draw attention anywhere.  o ~���_0  Inspector G. 0. Buchanan  is now  ^in receipt of all the checks for  the 40  per cent. lead bounty.  The silver mill at   Five   Afile,   Ferguson, shipped half a  ton   of bullion  j to the refinery last week.  A good seam of bituminous coal  has been discovered on the group of  oil claims in Fast Kootenay owned by  Kaslo parties.  XV. H. Pool, of Poplar creek and  Lardeau mining fame, has resigned  from the management of the Great  Northern Mines, Ltd.  It is said lhat the Slocan Star has  nearly 3000 tons of zinc ore at the  concentrator for treatment at the Rose-  bery plant, once it is in operation,'  0��%%%��%��%��%%��Al%��AtA%t%%\^%^%%������'%^%%%��1  Do You  Take  THE PIONEER  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 $ J 0.00.  Itlcosts only $2.00.  R. B. KERR,  Kakrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, Bcv  "Nol If It Cost Tea Dollars  A bottle would I be without   I'ols-on'b  Nerviline, writes J. A. Ruth, a  farmer  living near Trenton, Out. Nerviline  is  the best household liniment   I  know,  we use  it  for stomach  troubles,   indigestion, headache and summer complaint.    I know of nothing  better to  take in hot water to break "up a cold,  or to   rub   on   for   Rheumatism   or  neuralgia."   livery farmer should keep  a few bottles of Nerviline  handy and  have fewer doctor bills.    Large bottles  25c. at druggists. c  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  GEORGE GEBSON  SHAVING PARLOR?���   V.  and UATJIROOM.  <iiiiten.WIIIlainaHlock.cor  yirsiai. i qi,i i,olisi,ie,Ave- I'hoenix. b q  KingEdwardLodSe,N0.36  A. F.a,���lA, M'7  H.".Morff.o&dV^!!,���d/^��  C.W.K������H��KUKK, W.O.r.,4*..������...���'  M-.JI.  A Study of Old Aje  Reveals the fact that the blood is  usually thin and lacking in the  strengthening properties of young folks'  blood. If you want to fill your blood  with the fire of youth, build up your  strength, restore your nerves, just use  Ferrozone. It's the most porent tonic  known and will renew the flickering  flame of an aged life by imparting  nourishment to enfeebled organs.  Ferrozone fortifies weak systems,' feeds  the blood, brain and nerves with new  life. Try Fenozone. Price 50c. per  box.  GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.  No matter which, political side they  believe in,  it is hardly necessary to  state that the' electors will have the  ' , great advantages of the "Grand Trunk  ' Pacific railway, and especially the advantages   of the construction   itself,  held up before them nights, days and  , Sundays   during  this   campaign.   It  would be well for the voters to look  the'thing squarely in the face before  deciding that this will be an unmixed  blessing, especially in the way in which  it is proposed to be made an   accomplished fact.  Both of the political parties are already claiming victory in this province  but it is a dead certainty that but one  can win!*  Something in' the air, careful observers note,' presages a change in  political conditions. Even Ottawa is  growing anxious in an effort,to prevent  a stampede.  What la Caurrb?  It is an inflammation of the mucous  lining of the throat, bronchial tubes  and nasal passages , excited by germs  *u���* 1   u   j   . T,   ', ��  senamg two cents in  stanps  to A. L.  h^<___S__S_3E S* G^" ->��-"���_'-V��f��������  ,   0. R. & N. Summer Book.  The handsome 1904 summer book  "Restful Recreation resorts," issued by  the passenger department ofthe Oregon  Railroad and Navagation Company is  just out. It tells all about tbe summering places of the Columbia river  Valley���a brief description of the trips  up and down the < Columbia river, to  ihe mountains, beaches, inland resorts  and fountains of healing where they  are and how to reach them. The book  has a special designed front cover,  printed in two colors, and the inside  pages are splendidly illustrated by  costly and beautiful half-tones. A copy  of this publication may be obtained by  sending two cents in stanps  to A. L.  Special Excursion to World's  Fair.  The Denver & Rio Giande, in connection with 1 lie Missouri I'liciflu,  will run  n Beri.'s of Permiiallv Coii<lnrti-.l Kxrur-  sion�� to iIih World'8 fail ilurinp June.  These excursions will 11111 tliroiijih 10 St.  L01111 without change of moi,  milking  ph��rf stops at principal points einoiite.  The lirstol'tlie.-r Excnn-ion�� leaves Portland June 7tli, and the f-erowl June 17.  The rate from Spokane will he $60.00 lo  St.   Louis   and   return.    Kxciin-iunists  going vir. the Denver v RioUrumle have  the privilege of returning via a different  route    This  is the mo��t pleitpnnt way.  as well as the moat delightful route to  cross the continent.   Tlieetops arranged  uivean opportunity of visiting the various points of interest in and about Salt  Lake City, Denver and Kansas City.   If  vou,wish to accompany one of  these excursions write at once to W. C. McBiide,  124 Third street, Portland,  for sleeping  car reservations.  For AH Purposes.  ���>, For niiiu'H. iiit>ideorouti>ide net vice, foi  ' Lojfifinif Roadx. for rontniclorn.   Con-  nmVL-ii��ii,-�����. f..n.. v venient to operate, quick and powerful,  ^t;,^;,<wuh0utf;e!i;,e",", ,,w,,,i"yB. St b f -,ui,'ea lrv��'u,,y wi,u''of -^  DAVENPORT LOCOmOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  riu*e engine* may be a-en in serviw at the mines of Urunliv Co.. Phoenix, It. C  JOOOOOOOOOOOO-i  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  I'.-OKNIXAKJ-Je  NO! IH.  *"[<��*' <m Frldsy  *��� �� lou .III,  ill,.    /  I. O. O. F  Mwls evtry Monday ��vcnlii, .'.   ��� 7 '  "W����I "rclhrrncord.^"^.^'"^  ������.  Aicx. uiikic. s.a  ������"o. K. Mkai,, Kfc.Wc'y  W'��u. -clshsy, J.���. Fltt;^  The Leading' Weekly  0/ tHe Boundary.  The   first transcontinental   railway-  was the Union Pacific, built largely by  the United   States government,   but  which, with all its millions of aid in  money and land, caused the financial  fall of many a wealthy man.   Notwith-  , ' standing this, however, it was an  un-'  '   dertaking that was bound to come,  '��� and perhaps was worth all it cost.  Thirty years later, the Great Northern was built to the coast, without one  dollar of subsidy or assistance of any  kind, and without a grant of an acre of  land. It was built purely as a busi-  ���* ness proposition, because Mr. Hill  believed it could be made to pay���and  this it has done.  Coming to the Canadian question,  the C. P. R., was aided extensively  by the government, and it was just as  necessary to do this, at that time perhaps, as it   was   to * aid the Union  Pacific across the border.    Each  was  the pioneer in its respective country,  "and building on private capital alone  in those days was practically an  impossibility.   Tbe C. P. R. has been a  most gratifying success, and is growing  ��� more so each year.  But now the question arises, why is  ��� necessary to heavily bonus another  -transcontinental line in Canada, when  lJt is a certainty, as experience has  ' proved in the past, that it can be made  ^commercial success without any such  < tremendous bonus.    This is one phase  'of the -question in a nutshell, without  . gojng into the details of the plan which  '-��the Grits propose to force upon the  healing Gitarrhozone which is breathed  direct to the seat of the disease, and  has never yet failed to cure. Pleasant  to use, absolutely certain to cure,  Catarrhozone always gives satisfaction.  "I suffered from nasal catarrh so badly that I couldn't breathe through my  nostrils, writes, G. K. Wilmont of  Meriden. I used Catarrhozone for a  few minutes and was relieved. It cured  in a short time." No other remedy just  like Catarrhozone,���it's the best. Two  months'treatment $1.00; trial size 25c,  Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, Portland.  Head  About  to Burst from Severe   Billlous  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 hav�� been feeling happy ever  sincej" says Mr. J. W. Smith, of Juliff,  Texas. For billiousness, stomach  troubles and constipation these Tablets  have no equal. Price 25 cents. For  sale by all druggists.  BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS  Of America Use Pe-ru-na For All  Catarrhal Diseases.  r  OLLA PODRIDA.  Great powers are often bestowed upon small men.  Do the bonds of matrimony bear  interest? Sure!  The difference between a political  jobber and a political robber is expressed in a letter.  A man must first better \ himself if he~ intends to better his condition.  A man's mind, like a field, needs  continual cultivation if it is to yield  anything.  country..   -  If this railway is to be. what many  it' will   be,   Canada is great  think   ���. . _    .  .enough and rich enough' to build it  -without government aid���or the government itself could well afford to undertake the building and operation of  : such a line w�� a straight business proposition, t  ' - '    '  ^STRICTLY BUSINESS  Necessity is the mother of invention,  but advertising is the nurse girl.       -  Advertising is talking at a long dis--  tance lo people who cannot be seen  individually.  Your investment in the minds and  memories of the people is the safest  thing you own.  The man who can't use advertising  in his business has no business to be  in business ,and generally isn't. -  Even the fast express trains don't  keep agoin' after the steam is shut off  ���neither does your business after the  advertising is shut off.  Hospital Donations  I.i.-'t of Donations received since Jan.  let, 1904, to the Phoenix Geneial Hospital :  Casli Jioo Clement S. Houghton, Boston  ^ J1* ���� A Friend  U-fl* tS-<�� A Friend  Wdse. $.3 00 _A Friend  Lush fe 00       j.j. strutzel  Kraclme Ued and Furmture.value J60...A, Friend  Cash fee T. Eaton & Co., Toronto  J-'ne�� Mm. I. Crawfbn  Cnraaware Misses Crawford  C�� '' *��S Canadian Rand Drill Co  Cash $3o Hospital Btaff  Landscape (.ardeu Mrs. R   B. Kerr  H Crate Strawberries _ j. h. Peters  S>'rJ-P - A Friend  C"8'1 ijsoo M, Mullln  ash $300 A Friend  n*101^ Bwl s*Jreads -- A Friend  Pair Crutches ���.. Georfce Chaplain  Granite Tea Pot Morrin, Thompson & Co.  Magazines  W.S. Mncy  Vegetables Mrs, J. K. Mills  Crate Strawberries..... Mrs W. S. &*ocy  w  AND  Published iu the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  In 19Q3  Ca-h $1.00 per month.,  Crate strawberries....  Caih, $6000   Caili J5.00   Jar Straw beny Jam.  2 Case* Crab Apples.  Ctti-h $5 00   Cash |25   ..V. & N Telephone Co.  ._ Mr. W.S. Mocy   Bachelors Dance   Kobt Horrell   Mrs Wm. Fraser   W. s. jtaey   A Friend   p. Burns fe < o.  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 ore  last year.  The Pioneer is punished every Saturday and  and is sent to any pan of Canada or the United  States for  $2.00  per year���or the rest of the world for $3.00  per  year.   It gives the  The  Luxury  of a  Latest and Most  -OREGON  Showtime  Union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST VIA  Salt Lake and DeiiWr.  Two Trains Daily.'-  7,5 w^^^p---  iiiSSoii Garfield I olfax ��S  t^^ttS   ������������.������  Wallk.Pendetoii.nakerCli.    ���  *."d ������- PO'*'*�� Has! ty .  ���W P- m. -^HSS-Cfe;iiiiiou-^  y��rueM, Coif,,.  hHgjJ:-.  Moncow.Lewtoo i.pjr |aSd-  Cisco. Porlland. CcTiri, o'r.  �������ept SuX."d F"��W-o*^.';;,,^...,  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  ^"tranclBoo-Pbrti,,,,, ifo        '  c**o. at ,oa. ..river^fiUd.���      "'��� ^^  GKO.  Riverside AvcUpofcanV. W  ttpokaue. Wailj  Reliable News  of Boundary Mines and Smelteis  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  i.crJption can begin at any time  It is feailess  Spokane Falls  &  No*the*aRjf.  KWKCTIVKJUNUm. iw.  Leave,  ���nja. ni....  ���Moa. 111...."  7:��a. in   'o*35 a m.���.  * Hi. in    Spokane '���  ... KoHhlond, *"  ������Nelaott....'.;.'".'.*"   Orand Forks.!    Republic '"  Your sub;.  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  Arrire,  ..6:15 P- ���������'  ��������* P.*.  . f:�� p. m.  ..��;m p. m.  ���t!ti p. m.  gave Tfme airthe;t_����  Or USING  PHOENIX, B. C,  lilt  t/i**::7-"'7YW  Many Mothers of a Like Opinion.  Mrs. Pilmer, of Cordova, Iowa, says  "One of my children was subject to  croup of a severe type,' and the giving  of Chamberlain's Cough Rpmedy  promptly, always brought relief. Afany  others in the neighborhood think the  same as I do about this remedy and  want no other kind for their children."  For, sale by all druggists.  IVrmun/aT Benevolent Association or  Chicago,  Mrs. Henrietta A, 3, JIarsh, PrenMe:* I  Woman's Benevolent AGsocliitio;-,," ci  821 Jacksoa Parle Terrace, Woodlawn,  Chicago, 111., says:  "I suffered with la grlppo for potch  ���weeks and nothing helped mo until J  tried Peruna. 1 felt at once that I ���.-.d  at last secured tho right medicine and  kept steadily improving. Within three  veeks I was fully restored."���Henrietta  A. S. Marsh.  La Grippe is epidemic catarrh. Peruna is of national famo as a sure cure for  catarrh In all phases and ptages,  If yon do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna,  write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your case and ho wi&,  lie pleased to give yon his valuable sd��  vice gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman, President otf  _ijo H&rtaiftR paB��*ri_t_, Columbus, O,  id (lot Valtr.ip PO Seconds.  IN   RKACH   OI"  EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO WATER  HEATER, the latest invention, at  Hentef-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Sole Agents for Phoenix.  6rqnd ForKs, Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J. F.ROYUR  Proprletoi  lfegliming fune 1st,reave (Ireenvtood at 6a.m.  aiidPhoem*cat7 3oa,m ; arrive at Grand Korkr  10:30 a. 111 leave Grand Forks 3^5 p m.,amvin8  at Phoenix 7 p. ,n., and Qrwnrt6�� at I. p. m  i��"ne2" b.��ttiW With OVeat K0Mh?ru irai,���  J*are^rQranJ Fork" to Phoenix, $i5o; Phociiu  to Oieenwood.soe; Greenwood lo I'hoenix. Ji.o<  SwW��?dioG!and��0r,'8-*J-   OT'** i�� GreeSi  wood,Ol Northern Telegraph oIKce.   In Plion  rfX,v^C,20C Bi0*- &J'n��h*   I" Grand Fork...  il ellner offi�� exPr���� rates, uqulif  J. I ���  anSCAFENGEK  Leave Qrdeps at City  Clerk's Office.  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  fOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pion_er Pub. Co.,  - Phoenix, B.C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed  Imported Goods.  FINE BOO IS AND SHOES  MADE  TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS' AND   PROS  PECTORS'SHOES  A SPECIALTY.  Shop on  Dominion Avenue.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of ImRrowmants.  Hotlca.  Setli and Jerry Mineral Claims, situate In the  fareenwoo.* Mining Division of Yale Dlnfrlrt  Where located, in r.ong Lake eanip        Dlstrlct-  rake liotice that I. Albert ��   Ashrroft   act-  hiKasose.it for the Jewel Gold Mines  Limited,  PHOENIX, B G.  I>5:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  To Seattle, Tacom_���;  AND AH. PACIFIC COAtlf  POINTS.  St. P��ul, Chkam  AND ALt POINTS EaS^.  I-ibrartclrV1 V��,Wfct Hlwpe��,jj Bum  i..��ci^&Mr!rcXc^h^  on  sixty days from the date heteof,- to apply to &.  Mining Hccorder for a Certificate pTntunrovi  ments, for the purpose -r -i.._S.>-,!l "l" ���  Gran' ��f the above olaitu  A nd further lake notice that act.on, under see  tlon 37,_unt be commenced before thelpsuance..  such Certificate of Improvemeau. ������������������.  Dated thia 15th day of Anjuit, 1904,  AI,BI5iilTa.ABHCROrr,P. %,,  1 JoU^ia,  ll ' ��'  J     1  ���rtrirf^i^W      .   th  BKr^^f^jSM'gU an,  properties of It, w'ae,��&���g��: Jgf Wttlve  8y^rmK,toiuQti"B'"'M��'>��l.Po:.,.i. Iron, the  The cratidcur of th*�� ���^���..i....   i  Mountains, snow peak .fore.SJ mvi u"r'v��I��>.  boating, yachting, fishhiL ohootl^    'rBttrff11��  __?^it"��'" ^^Sllv.ssSi"',;-  * t  ���,.1-j.i..-  -,    ..-^   ... ���,  .���;;   ..,.,���;     ,. ���     ������ ��� ..> ��������� t ,        ...     \  l***.^l-^-       lBl^1..>. 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J ,'��� i.,-,- .'.���-���.....������-V.��� ���   .   ..-',.-/,��� V",S  - -  \    "   t     I    1 I '      '    '   ��� nl        ��� _* -,��i- ��� hi ���    __l     I j �� '^J--1  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  ��ASTANDW��ST. F    *��  wn-T^l Excurs'<-n Rales to   .  WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUISL  Your choice of route. '  '  any a^t n?fi fcr_PaUcaI1 �� '�� -"**��  any agent of the s. F. di ��.'RaUw��f'#  hpokajjo        roi W. Riverelde,   Wa8b. 8pokano. IVi?.  _M^A"d b?8t routes-   A^6 as to.  ���t__n^_h2J,il rWite  the "dersigBW,  ���n����b,st '-"formation you de^re,tfi*  rv0UrAdfesDd With5nt*��y i**��**  b. h. trumbull!  M2 Third, 8���,P<jrtl?2,|,t$W  .-- ..*���'   ����� .    ��lT��i -- ��� ���r*T~Fr *K.**xi.nnrTfri .��� ������-_...  _^.-��J! V*S  ;siin-���/�� '���.>-��� ���- o ;��� f.;y ,-.������,, -;r;, ?:*-:. <_ v. r^?' r~.^-?".T*: ��� ��� *������ ��� it-^s~ ^"TrT��; -c7  ,' IV    . * .ji,l. .. ���'��� i.i  ��    Mti  i   Lf-.i^'l.*'.-!.���1..   -a..l*'jf.i       ;   tVt*. A *���       .�����>'.    v .-���   *   I    -.   4 THE PHOENIX PtONEER  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral  Claims-  For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland Assessment District,  Province of British Columbia.  I hereby give notice that on Monday (lie seventh day of November A. D. 1904, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon,  nt the Court Hoiihc in thu City of Ross-land, I shall well at public.* aiu-tUrn the Crown  Granted Mlneinl Claims' hoie-  liuifter Hel  out of I lie persons in wild list   lu-reliMiler Het Dill,  for  tlic.'riiHintjuviit tnxua uiipald by miid persons uu'  Ihe 30th of June, 190*1. mid for tin- -wits and   expenses.  Iiicliidhig  the,.cost:j>C   advertising    tmld     sale,   if   the   total  amount due Ih not hooiici* paid,  List Above Mentioned.  TRAIL GREEK MINING DIVISION.  Name oE Owner.  et al.  Suckling, G. H   English Canadian Co. Ltd   Pnvo Con. Mines, Ltd   Stout Thomas   Alki Gold Mining Co. Ltd   Rammclmcyer, M. E., ct al:...'.   Umatilla Gold Mining Co. Ltd   Tetley,  Charles.,.7   British Lion M. & M. Co. Ltd   Johnston, G.  D., et al   Ritchie,  W.   A.   Glass, Chester   De Beck,  C.  H   Umatilla Gold Mining Co. Ltd   Clute, J. S��� Jr   Frnser,  J.   S.  C   Major,   C.  J   McKenzie, A. B.,  Stussi, Adella...,  Dockerill, W. P   Wler, John '   Wior, John   .....  Tracey, T. H   JCuhn,  John .-.  Northey, R.  W. et al   McArthur, J.  B., ct al i...  Buffalo Gold Minim? Co   Davidson,  J��� et al   WIckenden,   C.  O   Colnmbta  Kootenaj-  Mining  Co.   Ltd  ���Harris, W. J   Smith, H. B   Umatilla Gold Mining Co. Ltd   McArthur, J. B., et al ,  New Gold Fields of B. C.   Pnvo Con. MInrs Ltd   Topping, E. S ���.   Rochester Gold Mining Co   English Canadian Co.  Ltd   Honajjer, J. J., ct al   Clute, J.  S. Jr. ,  Barborn, Steve, ot al ,  Monto Christo Con. M. it D. Oo :;  Lynch,' Alex., et a] '. '.',  Killam, G. R \   Virginia Gold Mining Co '...  Alrey,  Edward   Cascade Gold Mining Co...7' '   Tetley, Charles   Ritchie, W. A   Summit Gold Copper Mining* Co   Monarch Gold Mining Co.. Foreign...  McDermid, D.. et al   English Canadian Co., Ltd   Cascade Gold Mining Co   Kraff, John, et al   C. B. & Q. Mining Co.. Ltd   .Rossland  Star Gold  Mining Co   Jf-ckson,   August   Forster, H. E., et al   Caldwell, G. F., et al   Northey, R. W., et al   McDonald,   t>.   K   Kootenay London Mining Co   Caldwell, G. F., eta!   Ccmmander Mining & R. Co   Roaf.'J. R   Leland. F. A   Waneta & Trail Ck. G. if. Co. Ltd...  Waneta & Trail Ck. G. M. Co. Ltd...  Waneta &' Trail ck. G."'M. Co. Ltd...  Copper Qiieen M.Tfc D. Co. Ltd   Lineham, J., etal........... .'  .Merryweather, XV. G.......   McDoneuVc, et al..   Graves, M. A., et al.....   Kraff, J., et al...'......'.   Earl, J., etal....... 7 .'....  Daniels, R. T.. et al.,   Curtis, S., et al..........................  Bnlllio,  Edward.....:    ......  Comlskey,  Patrick,  et al..   Deer Park Gold Mining Co.............  Delacola Gold Mining Co..   Delaware Mining &  Milling Co........  Dnimhellcr,' J. L., et al   Clute, J.  S., Jr..   Detroit Con. G. M. Co., Ltd.;   Lnpslle.  Thomas .-,   Hope. C. E.,  et al..........  ...  Driiinhellcr. J. L.. etal   Pokorney, F. H., et al   Campbell, F. Mclvor Mclvor   East St.  Louis G. M. Co ....  Enellsh Canadian Co. Ltd   Bealey, R. J., etal... ������������  Knorllsh Canadian Co. Ltd   Robinson, Alfred...,    ....  Argonnut  Gold  Mining  Co   Pnvo Con. Mines Ltd..   Pavo Con. Mines Ltd ������  (.Walter,. Josenh E   Bothiine. J. T.. ct al   Campbell, F. McTvor Mclvor   Campbell. F. Mclvor Mclvor. i.;.   Eric Gold Mining Co ���   Edgar G. M. & S. Co   Blue, Louis, ct al....   Pavo Con. 'Mines Ltd    -Pavo Con. Mines Ltd... ;..������  ��� Campbel, C. D..   Tetletr. -Charles.   . Old Flag G.-'M. Co.   Murphy,  William   Keller, H. L. A., 'et al...   Fnirvlew  Gold  Mining  Co..   Fastern  Star Gold Mining Co   ��� Heisner,  J. W...   [ Dunn,  Ida May,  etal..................  Happp,  Cyrus.. i    ...  ; Spiteee Gold Mines Ltd....���   Tetley, Charles     ....  Haley, T. E., etal   Haley, T. E., et al   EYeeburn Gold  Mining Co. L'. Ly......  Campbell.  C.  D   Giant. Mining Co., Ltd....:.... *  Dundee,   Charles.   Rnllton,  A.  B   Slmnson, M.,  et al..   McBride. G. W......... ���������  f.a Franz, G. P..... ���������  Power.  R.  A. .������������  Gold Hill  Mining Co..   Cold Queen M. & R. Co   Oudin.  C.  P.. ot al '.   Gold Star Mlnine Co. Ltd...   Goldle Rene Mining Co.   English Canadian Co.,Ltd   Niinie.of C'lulm.  /  Abbucorne i; ruction,...  a, ii. u   .....  aUu   it.   Aum.ii/    .,  ���rUKI x'l'actiu.i...,....   .,  ���rtJinuuen.,.   .....���',   smii'ii,:,.....   Annie i\o. z.............  JLllltlC  i^............. i   .  _,pni Kool..   Argenune...............  Australia..  .!...........  liuunocA.......... , .....  j-miinocic,;';.... .;.; .....  Beaver No. i...........  Belcher............   ....  Bell. ...; ,.i.   Helieview./..............  Ueliuont.............  ...  Belvldero Fraction.....  Ben Bolt.......:;   Big Casino....   ........  Big Chief No. 2.. ���..'...  Big Ele'.liant ........r.  Biff Four........ .'���  Big Foiir..............  Big Trout   Black Bull......  .......  Black Diamond..   .....'  Black Eagle  :..........  Black Horse........  ...  Blackberry..   Blackfoot....'.''...'..,..,���' ;���.''  Blaylock....   ............  Blue Bell.....  ',  Blue Bel! No.'l........:  Blue  Chip............   .  Blue Elephant..........  Bobolink ...............'  Bolder..........   Bon Accord...-.,.........  Bonanza No." 2.........'.  Buckeye........ ;   Buckeye    ..,....,  Buffalo No. '2...   Butte........     Bradford.......   California........   ......  Campbell;...-..'.... '7...  Cnmpbird................  Canada.........;.   ......  Cariboo..............   ...  Cariboo^;.A.?,.U..*'.. '.'.  Carpenter.77'^.f7 ..7  Cascade....     Cashier..............   ...  C.-B..&.Q....'.;.'   Centre Star No. 2.���.....���  Charleston.... ,  Colchester......   7  Columbia View   Columbia  View.........  Comet    ......  Comet No. 2.   .  Commander...    ..  Commander.    ..  Comstock......:.;.....   .  Consolation .....     Copper ,   Copper Bell   Copper Glance..........  Copper Queen..;........  Copper  Glance.......:  Copper Giant.    .."  Crazy  Horse .......  Cruiser.....7....:..' ...  Cumberland   Curlew.................  Daddy Lode   Daly..   Daylight   Deadwood......    ....  Deer Park...    .,  Delacola..:    ....  Delaware No.  1....".....  beitnl.'.'.;:. ...:..:..:...  Denmark...   Detroit Fraction...!.....  Dew Drop' tfrkct'toh....,  Dewdney   Diamond..   ....  Dubrovnlk.    ....  Diiphimiiie   East St. Louis   Early Morn   Eden   Edna ���   Ego   EInnore...   Elk No.  1 .".....-..'.'.  Elk No. 1 Fraction.....  Emma 'Weber..'   Empress...   I Emu    Emu Fraction...   Eric*...'.   Esmeraida Fraction   Esquimalt Fractioni....'  Ethel.;...;...; .'.'.I'.'.''...;  Ethel -No.l.'....;....  ...  Ethel  Mary    ..  Ettie       Eureka No 1    E.   V.   Debbs..   Falrford ,  Fairvlew    FJalu...   Fandango   Florence   Flossie L ..;   Fool Hen    ....  Four Hundred.   Frankle  H   Fred  B..   Freeborn   Gertrude Emily   Giant    Gigantic..........   Gladiator   Gladstone   Gold  Bar   Gold Bug No. 2   Gold Dollar No. 1..   Gold   Hill   Gold Queen ..,  Golden  Queen   Gold Star... ���.   Goldle.   Gopher Fraction..   Lot; No. Taxes Due    Costs    Totaldue  1K60 .  1772  M.IO  1IJ.1U  28C1  2II7S  ���121B  ���1246  1457:  1212  1607 7  2PS2  4428  41-45  1S72  1951  186G  1137  1491  4029  425G  4257  lrS4  6428.  3716  17S6  1276  3081  3325  1299  1059  1637  4243  1788  5206  '4318  1698  1180  4012  1631  1878  5718  534  If 17 '  3235 ."  2?95  1791  5001  1621  1283  4358  1205  1639 ;.  4013  5000  3860  1188  1346  975  3442  3443   ,  3717  151G  1S32  3444  960  5S64  1282  2184  2785  2183  1210  1496  1631  1958  3780  3861  1220  1765  '4077  1903  ,1291  932  1502  1225  4076  1873  1192  1647  3017  1046  5436  2116  1641  1776  1327  1770  1823  951  4314  4324  3219  991  2115  2121  1277  2980  5208  4325     ,  4315  2S77  1622  1136  2673  1223  1C58  1350    ���  3128  1254  1301  3297  1838  1762  3203  957  2S78  997  5429  2490  3076  lf-52   '  1154  2981   .  640  1352  994  1191  1T69  4008  J 2.00/  47.00  '   24.U0  53.75  1.50  4.00  24.75  24.75  21.00  7.00  50.75  ���    43.75  40.00/1  37.50  ".8.75  78.50  2.50  82.25  13.50  ; 28.50  6.25  9.00  23.00  17.00  25,00  21.00  21.50.  6.25  12.00  ���41.25  5.25.  50.00  39.00  65.00  12.75  26.00  85.75  26.00  28.00  47.50  13.00  12.25  30.00  78.0Q  41.00  .<:"'���'   .50  57.60  32.25  , 47.25  30.00'  '. 18.50  11.75  .'��� 61.25  17.00  20.00  19.00  12.75  38.50  ... 6.50  29.00  62.50  21.75  68.25  46.25  ' " 58.75 .  13.00  11.75  58.75  61.50  78.00  63.00  1.25  67.50  52.00  1.25  39.00  25.50  8.75  57.75  32.00  51.00  26.00  26.00  38.50  ,    26.00  9.25  7.75  33.75  6.00  28.75  .25  12.50  13.50  16.50  52.00  46.50  19.00  10.00  12.00  21.00  3.50  30.00  70.00  76.50  22.50  77.00  4.00  18.00  2.50  26.00  24.00  87.50  91.00  36.00  24.00  66.50  87.50  ffft.00  'W.fi''  8.00  78.00  65.00  7.50  13.00  23.50  10.50  26.00  26.00  13.00  12.75  27.00  73.50  104.00  84.00  19.50  12.60  50.75  2.00  J2.00  2.00  2.00  _.oi>  ���2.00  2.0U.  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  s2.oo ���':  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 ;  2.00  2.00 .  2.00  2.00  '2.00  2.00 ���������'  2.00'  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00,  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  *2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00''  " 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 .  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  .2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  : 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  .2.00  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.U0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0O  2.0O  2.01  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 ,'  2.00  2.00  2.M  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00'  ' 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  23.50  8.25  ���,   14.00  "  .43.25  7.25  52.00  41.00  67.00  14.75  28.00  .87.75  28.01)  30.00  49.50  15.00  ��� 14.25  32.00  )i 80.00  ',.'43.00  ' ' 2i50  59.50  34.25  49.25  32.00  20.50  13.75  63.25  19.00  22;00  21.00  14.75  40.50  .8.50  3100  64.50  23.75  70.25  48.25  60.75  15.00  13.75  60.75  63.50  S0.OO  65.00  3.25  69.50  54.00  3.25  41.00  27.50  10.75  59.75  34.00  D3.00  2S.0O  2S.0O  40.50  2S.00  11.25  9.75  35.75  8.00  30.75  2.25  14.50  15.50  18.60  51.00  48.60  21.00  12.00  14.00  23.00  5.50  32.00  72.00  78.50  24.50  , 79.00  0.00  20.00  4.50  28.00  26.00  89.50  93.00  38.00  26.00  . 68.50  89.50  67.00  2S.00  21.25  10.00  80.00  67.00  9.50  15.00  25.50  12.50  28.00  28.00  15.00  .14.75  29.00  75.50  106,00  86.00  21.50  14.50  52.75  1.00  Name of Owner.  .vellt-r, H. L. A., ot al.  _rowii,  K.   -uuckenzle, A.  B   lopping, ii. H..  ���.erryweuiuei*, \V. (i   ^uium, a. &   ltupil,   VV.   h.   uieeii Mountain Con. Mining Co.  I'eierson, U.  \V��� et al   cuiuweii, u. F.. et al   zxoiiu, C K., et al   ttuuiu Brown. Uoid Mining Co.  Lupslit',  Tiiomuu   Waiietleld, W. J. C.  Scandiu Alining & Tunnel Co   .vuiiams, S. _>.. et al   Kiglish Canadian Co   Iron Hopo M. & Mlg. Co   ciuupwiii, K Mclvor Mclvor   HLclumn, J. H   Ibe.v Mining Co. Ltd   h'chinlul, C c�� al   Schmidt, C. ct al   Independent Mining Co. Ltd   Kin 11', John, ct al   iJi-uiiihullcr, J. ���., ct al   Uugiu, U. ii., et al   -McUlynn, Hoso, ot al.   Pnvo Con. Minos Ltd.   UfiiciU Con. (jold Mining Co ..  Niiiiuiiiio ItoHsland Mining Co.....,'....  Adams,   J.   H.......,...;.   iJiigilMh Canadian Co   i.iiKimu Canadian Co......   Uiecli Mouiituin Con. (J. M. Co   Trucuy,  T.  li.......   Lookout.. Moiuuuiu  Milling CO.  Ltd...,  Junk; Mac Mining Co.....   AlcUlynn, Huso, et ul. ������  Keller, H. L. A...........   Wukefield, W. J. C...    Kosslund Kootenay Mining Co   Cumpbell, F.'Mclvor Mclvor............  Itosuland La Belle Al. & t). Co..........  Kirkijutrick,  Win,  et al.....'.'.'.........  Ryan, John, et ul.............'.....;.....  Clute, J. S., Jr., ct al.........;..,.....-.  La Kegina G. Mining Co....... "...  lidmondson. T. M..........   Harris,  W. J...;..;......;..:;.   .........  Uiuss,   David......   Snow, A. J. Ruuseil..;.................'.".  Little Jim G. ii. & M. Co................  Topping, E. S.............................  Clarkson, _. K. C ;. '..-.   Argonaut G.  M.  Co..;....'......,,.:....;  English Canadian Co..:. .l......;.  Forstei*., H. E., et al.;...7...''..........  Nanaiuio  Rossland Mining O..........  ���Gloyn, Jolin    'Johnston, D. F... V,......................  Stussi, John K........................   ..  Kearns, J. J., ct al.,:;.;....';77.....7  Schmidt,  C.................. '..'  Big Three G.M. Co:, Foreign..........  English Canadian Co......'.....'........i  Clute, J.  S���. Jr.... ...:..........;....  'Marsh, R., et al...... i.....'...........7  Graves, J. P., et al   McKlnnon, Sidney F...............;....;  Ste. St. Mane G. M. Co. Ltd.........'..i  �� 4.0u  49.00  20.00  ' 55.7a  3.50  ������' 6.00  68.75  26.70  23.00  '���". 9.50  52,76  4ti,75  42.00  39.50  10.75  10.50  "4.S0  11.25  15.50  3o;so  8.25  11.00  25.00  19.00  27.00  23'^fOwens, May Annie..  Genelle   &   Poupore..;.'...  Johnston," D.  HI ....;  Edgiir G. M. Co...........  Delaware M. & Mlg. Co.  Monday   Aline   Ltd...................i.  Monte .Christo G.  Al.  Co...............  English   Canadian   Co..... ..;...  Sehimdt, C.',' et al.......................  Ste.-S_ ������Marie G. M.  Co...............  British Columbia S. & R. Co.........i.  Daniel, R. T., et al... ..........:;.  Ungelskjen, K: T., et'al.......;....'.....  Clute,  J.   S., Jr., et al.................  English Canadian Co...................  English Canadian Co..........'.........  Tetley,   Chas............-......) ..'...'..;.  Drumheller, J. L'., et al   Nest Egg Alining Co.  Ltd ...7....  Buruora,' Steve,  et at.;.���. .'.  Ste. St. Alarle Gold Alining Co....-   Ste. St. Alarie G��ld Alining Co.........  Alonnler, Vlcioi*    ........  Rossland Star Gold Mining Co.........  Case, W. F., et al....... ......,;....  Bruce Gold Mining"'Co..'.'.;���.'!."....;.....  Tetley, ^Charles.. ,.   ...,'....,..  Walter,   Joseph;. E..;..;. 7.../... 7 ....  Griilitiis,   XV.  M.,  et al..   May flower Gold Mining Co. Ltd ..':.  Delaware Al.  &  M. TCo ,...'..  Dempsey,   E.,  et  al.;���:..... ���....  tvlilam, G. R.:7.....; ,..;;.  Wickeriden, C. O.....'.'..;:.7.    .....  .Montreal & B. C.: P. and P. Co...   Wakefield, W. J. C,   Osier, A. ��..,....   Chantrell,  J.   B.... .....:.....  Nelson, Chas., et al...... ',...':.  .c'nglisn Canadian Co. '..'...  Wakefield,   W.  J.   C....7. ...7....  ���ookout Alountain Al. C. Ltd..........  Stussj, J. a., et al.. ���   Drumheller, J. L. et al rr   Qullliam, J., et al...   Kyan, John, et al :",..,  McArthur,  J.  B. .;..   AIcRae, W. S��� etal......��� .,   Oliver, \V. T., et al........   AlcAi-thur,  J.  B.,  et al ......;...  lii.ndolph  Gold  Mining  Co  ....  Coakley,  D.  C.,' et al 7.......  Forster,  H.  E.,  et al ., ....  lied Eagle Gold'Mining Co ., ....  Hamilton,  C.  It... ^.   Red   Point  Gold   Mining  Co .........  Goldie Uene Alining Co -,.......,  Merryweatlier,   W.   G... ,.;.   Rhoderlck   Dim   G.   Al.   Co   Richardson, G.  \V., et al.;.. .........  Clemence, V. F., .et ul..   English   Canadian   Co......  Lemon, Geo., et ul   Raymcr,   Walter   J..    Cascade Gold Mining Co ;   Sim It St��.  .Marie G,  si. Co   Lee, John  N ,.;   -McArthur, J. a.,  et al   Umatilla  Gold  Mining  Co.,  Ltd..   Balfour,   E.   J  s   English Canadian  Co   English  Canadian  Co      ,   Keller,   H.   L.   A",   et   al   Alrey,   Edward............      Alrey, Edward..'.".........      Irwin, A. B.......'..;.  '.   Clute,  J.   S..  Jr. _..'....   English Canadian Co '  ..  Clute, J.  S., Jr.. 7...  Clotty,   H.  S ...'.!.'..'..'!  Big   Three   Gold   Alining  Co   Wilson, A., et al   Big  Three  Gold  Alining Co   Tetley,  Chas..'    Bogie, D. B.;'ct al...   Driiinlieller,   J.   _..,'.etal ;.  Schmidt,  Chas.  ,et al.   AJonnier,   Victor.    ...........  Daniel,   R.   T.,   et   al....... .'  McArthur,  J.  B.,   et al... !!!!!!!!]  Topping,   E.   S.,   et   al..:..]...........'.  McArthur, J.*B., et al....   St. Louis Alines, Ltd .'.'."!!.!'.!  AIcArthiir.  J. B., et al...   St. Paul Gold Alining.Co., Ltd!.!!!!!!  Fraser,  J. S. C    7 !.!!..  ���chantreii, j. b��� et ai.,..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Raymer, H. J.,'et al...... .!!!!!!.';!..!!!  ICennedy, Ernest    ! 1!!!.!!  Kennedy, Graham   Warren, C S ....'.....'"...!.,'  Lapslie,  Thomas "*."'!!!  Summit G. & C. Alining*, Co., Ltd:.'!!.'..  Kraff, John, et al ,  Pavo Con. AUnes.  Ltd !!,!!!!!.  Harris,  W.  J   Dunn, Ida Aiay,  et al    ,   Williams. S. L.. etal !.!.!!!!!!!  Reaver Gold  Mining Co.  For  Ritchie.  W.  A !...!!!!!.  Umntilla  Gold Alining Co.,  Ltd   ATorrls, Allchtiel. et al '   Ostrander. R. B .!.!!.!.!!!!!.  English  Canadian   Co.,  Ltd.....���!!!!..  Name ol Claim.  (Trail Qretk  Goulah   Grand Prize   Grand....,   Gray  Cliff   Gray Copper ,   ..-.   Great Britain   Green Crown   Green Alountain -������  G.  R. Sovereign   Hall   Hard Bargain   Hattlo Brown   Haverhill   Helen No. 2   Helena No. 2 *���  Highland   Homestake ,   Hope No. 2   HolHtuph   Hugle   Ibex   Ida   Ida  Fraction  ������������  Independent    ���������������  Iron Chief   lion. Clad   Iron, Hill       Iron King No. 2..............   ...;.....  iron Ki.ng No. 4.,"..,.. ......'.,..  Iron Queen No. 1 > ���  Isubellu No. 2.......   Ivunhoe No. 3...........................  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J/ool-   .Property   .Prince  ot   Wales   Princess   Louise   Putnam..        ..... ���   Queen's own.:    Queen   LitI    Kandolpn    Ramping  Liion ,  Uarnulcr .,  Red   Eugie        Kea Oak.... .;    Red Point    Rene  ,  Reubenstein....    Rhoderlck  Dhu    Richmond   Roud  View   Rouiun Eagle .;   Rossland  Fraction....' ;....  Royal   George       Royal   Kangaroo .7   Rutland    Sadie:       Sailor Boy   Sailor Boy       Sampson  .    ,  s. c !!!!.!!.!  S.   C Fraction   Scarabueus   Sea   Bird     !..!...!..   Seal.       Seneca Fraction ���   Shandon Bell   Sidney   Sklligoolee   Snowbird   Snowshoe   ���South    Bend   Southern  Belle   Sound Aloncy   Southern Cross   Spokane       Spotted   Tail !..  St.   Bernard   St.  Charles "    '  "!'"'  ���St.   Clair   st. croix !!!!!!!  St. Luke Frac   St. Louis   St. Mark   St. Paul    St. Paul !!.!  St.  Thomas ; .'.!'.  Standard !!..!.!  Stemwlnder   !!!!!!!  Stock Exchange   Sultana    Sunbeam Frac .,,'.  Swan    Teller ....!!!!!!!!  Tenderfoot !".'  Timber \,  Tramway   Trenton  .    .  Trilby No. 2   !!.!!.'  Tuesday ;.    .  Umatilla ..!.'.  Union   U. S. No. 2   Vancouver   Mining Division   oontlnued   on   nsxi  ���Lot No. Taxes' Duo > ��� Costs   'Total due  1452  70.00  ��.00  72.00  933  22.60  2.00  24.60  6009  34.50  2.00  86.60  2470  70.00  2.00  , 72.00  1032  37.00  2.00  39,00  4065  34.00  2.00  36.00  1232  3.60  2.00  6.60  638  21.00  2.00  23.00  1226  10.75  2.00  12.76  !S64  60.00  2.00  62.00  1129 -  54.25  2.00  66.25  1047  35.00  2.00  37.00  4353  26.25  2.00  28.25  1151  65.00  2.00  67.00  1790  25.50  2.00  27.60  1049  26.50  2.00  27.50  4010  18.00  2.00  20.00  4605  15.00  2.00  17.00  2120  16.76  2.00  17.76  3C7C ,, ,  7.7S  , 2.M  9.76  1618 -  ,  26.25 -  2.00*  28.2-i  989  9.50  2.00  11.50  990  6.50  2.00  8.50  1275  31.60  2.00  33.6"  3856  23.00  2.00  25.00  4073  10.2$  2.00  12.25  3781  3.60  2.00  6.60  1142  16.50  2.00  18.50  4317 ,.-  24.60  2.00  26.50  1604 .  47.50  2.00  49.50  1355  .78.76  2.00 .  80.76  1629  70.00  ���-���',; 2.00 .������'.  72.00  1773  23.00  ��  2.00 7  26.00  lf50  6.00  2.00  8.00  646  . 63.75  2.00  66.75  322G  24.00  2.00  . 26.00  1690  4.50  2.00  '..','. ,;  6.60  1230 ���  9.00  2.00-  . 11.00  1143  35.25  2.00  37.26  14.56  63*0  2.00  66.00  1155  (5.0*  2.00  67.00  1198  .75  2.00  '  2.75  2117  40.50  2.00 '  42.50  729  2.60  2.00  4.50  1962  41.25  2.00  43.26  4fU  5.50  2.00  7.50  1875  8.60  2.00  10.50  1128  10.00  2.00  12.00  3287  4.60  2.00  6.50  IC52  3.00  2.00  6.00  2972  38.75  ' 2.00  40.7o  3715  8.75  2.00  M.'n.  2685  2.00  2.00  , 4.00  ie��s  19.50  2.00  21.5.  1500  2.50  2.09  4.6b  852  8.50  2.00  ' 10.50  1959  40.00  2.00  ���  42.00  3440  61.00  2.00  , 63.00  1642  73.60  2.00  76.60  4662  38.00  2.00  40.00  1SU '  78.00  ' 2.00  80.0V  1614  68.50  2.00  60.50  1702  49.00  2.00  6-00  1492  26.00  2.00  28.00  1344  11.00  2.00  13.0U  4011  17.00  2.00  19.00  1876  6.25  2.00  7.2a  4396  12.00  2.00  14.0J  1610  41.25  2.00  43.2a  1791  12.60  2.00  14.50  3020  2.76  .2.00  4.75  6217  9.26  2.00  11.2a  1761  52.50  2.00  64.50  1766  63.00  2.00  66.00  1694  3.50  2.00  6.50  1789  73.60  2.00  76.50  995  39.00  2.00  ���U.00  802  4.25  2.00  6.26  1769  ' 28.00  2.00  30.00  3013  1.50  2.00  1.50  3023  3.75  2.00  6.75  2976  22.50  2.00  ��� 24.50  1764  62.60  loo  44.50  4023  13.00  2.00  15.00  2393  39.00  2.00  4L00  1777  44.00  2.00  46.00  4C18  24.00  2.00  26.00  1787  18.00  2.00  20.00  4071  11.75  2.00  13.76  1048  23.00  2.00  25.00  6717  , 8.00  2.00  10.00  2022  8.50  2.00  10.50  ���3019  12.60  2.00  14.50  1783  34.00  2.00  36.00  1345  47.25  2.00  49.25  1501  91.00  2.00  93.0J  1628  44.00  : 2.00  46.00  2671  76.00  2.00  77.00  3220  57.50  2.00.  69.60  4928  11.00  2.00  lS.Ou  779  17.50  2.00  19.60  1788  91.00  2.00  93.00  1057  37.50  2.00  39.60  4064  35.04  2.00  37.00  3120  19.00  2.00  21.00  1701  19.00  2.00  21.00  1153  53.75  2.00  65.76  1193  55.00  2.00  67.00  1935  2.25  2.00  4.25  2530  36.00  2.00  38.00  1778  40.00  2.08  42.00  1152  '26.25  2.00  28.26  2915  ,  8.00  ' 2.06  10.00  1150  84.00  2.00  86.00  4076  10.50  2.00  12.50  1273  76.50  2.00  78.50  1985  6.50  2.00  8.60  2677  37.50  2.00  39.50  4917  4.50  2.00  6.50  1616  25.00  2.09  27.00  1783  22.50  2.00  24.50  1279  9.00  2.00  11.00  1S59  58.75  . 2.00  60.75  3441  45.00  2.00  ���     47.00  1615  17.25  2.00  19.25  ��162  50.00  2.00  52.00  1200  91.00  2.00  93.01  1520  39.00  2.00  41.00  1130  11.25  2.00  13.25  1493  77.00  2.00  79.00  (1508  31.00  2.00  33.00  3783  52.00  2.00  54.00  1767  42.00  2.00  44.00  4667  6.50  2.00  8.50  1199  8.50  2.00  10.50  5002  36.00  2.00  38.00  3021  6.75  2.00  8.75  1393  26.25  2.00  28.25  1784  17.50  2.00  19.50  4244  27.00  2.00  29.00  4C74  26.25  2.00  2S.25  1771  43.00  2.00  45.00  400S  2.00  2.00  4.00  1451  47.25  2.0*  49.25  1936  46.25  2.00  48.25  1937  53.75  2.00  55.75  2403  ���  .50  2.00  2.50  1S77  5.50  2.00  7.50  1775  49.00  2.00  51.00  1871  12.50  2.00  14.50  4608  52.00  2.00  54.00  1347  11.50  2.00  13.50  1635  45.00  2.00  47.00  134S  7.50  2.00  9.50  2672  36.00  2.00  38.00  964  10.25  2.00  12.25  4072  125  2.00  11.23  988  19.00  2.00  21.00  3223  51.00  2.00  53.00  1689  9.00  2.00  11.00  1789  24.00  2.00  26.00  1T03  50.75  2.00  52.75  17S5  .50  2.00  2.50  935  13.00  2.00  15.00  1787  18.50  2.00  20.50  120S  10.00  2.00  12.00  1760  8.00  2.00  10.00  193?  58.75  2.00  60.75  4240  13.00  2.00  15.00  1498  46.50  2.00  48.50  1609  35.00  2.00  37.00  1494  78.00  2.00  80.00  500S  8.25  2.00  10.25  4357  17.50  2.00  19.50  4600  8.00  2.00  10.00  4313  25.50  2.09  27.5*  2684  3.25  2.00  5.25  1826  40.25  2.00  42.25  1861  12.75  2.00  14.75  1207  100.00  2.00  102.00  1278  49.50  2.00  51.50  4242  20.25  2.00  22.25  944  26.00  2.00  28.00  1964  62,50'  2.00  64.50  4014  28.00  2.00  30.60  If.  Anecdotal.  After on* of his tripo to tin Eniendlfl  !��!��� Foote w*a praising tho hospltaluy  of the IrUh, when a gentleman asked  b,lm whether he had been at Cork. "No,  sir," answered Foote, "but I have sees  many drawings of It."  Di��r-ell once said of 81r William  Harcourt In his affectedly cynical wfay:  "He has the three essential qualifications of success tn politics���a,fine per-  son, a loud voice, and no principles.".  To this, when It was repeated to him,  Harcourt rejoined: "Leaving out the  first two qualification!, it might almost  be applied to 'Dluy* himself.".  Tradition ascribt* to the second Pitt  the dying words: "O, my countryr-my  country! How I leave my country!"  What, in fact, Pitt said was: "I think  I could eat one of Bellamy's pork-pies."  Which he dldr-and straightway expired, to the Intense grief of the nation.  This version Is attested by the head-  waiter of "Bellamy's" (likewise deceased), who told It to Mr. Disraeli.  Louis XIV. was told that Lord Stair  was one of the best-bred men In Europe. "I shall soon put him to' the  test," said the king: and asking Lord  Stair to take an airing with htm, as  soon as the door of the coach A was  opened, he bade him pais and get in.  The other bowed and obeyed. Th*  king said: "The world Is In the right In  the character it gives���another person  would have troubled me with ��� ceremony." *  When, a few years ago, the King ot  Portugal was u guest at Lord Salisbury's country seat, the Prince of  Wales���now King Edward���asked King  CailoB what had Impressed him'most  during his stay in England. "English  roast beef Is very delightful," was the  reply. "Oh," said the Prince, "surely  something else has Impressed you as  well." "Ah, yes," returned Carlos; "at  course, there Is English boiled beef,  which is also delightful." '  '  A commercial traveler well,known In  the cycle trade adds this to the collection of Jokes on newly msde hapPF  fathers: The hero is the manufacturer  of the wheel which the barrator' sells.  Being compelled to go away on a business trip about1 the time an Interesting  domestic evmit was expected, he left  orders for the nii'me to wire'him results  according to the following formula: If  a boy, "Gentleman's safety arrived." U  a girl, "Lady's safety arrived." The  father's state of mind may be Imagined  when, a few days later, he received a  telegram containing the one 'word;  "Tandem."  . A certain Scotch caddie nameduMatfc-  le Gorum was noted for his Invariable  remark after a poor shot by the persoai  he was serving: "It mlcht hae' been  waur," which was meant to be consolatory and encouraging. His master, It  clergyman, was wearied with this well-  meaning flattery. Accordingly, to make  sure that he would squash the remark  for once, he told the caddie he had a  terrible dream the night ' before.  ,"Mathle, my mail, I dreamt that, I wag  In the place where the wicked are punished. I saw the wretched ones tortured; they were swimming In a lake  of boiling pitch, and could not get  landed for red-hot pitchforks thrust la  their faces by demons." He baited a  minute, with his tongue in his'"[cheek,  when, with perfect coolness, the caddie answered: "Aye, air,'that was a  bad dream, jlst awfu'; but it mlcht bae  been waur." "Waur, you foolT How  could that ber' "It mlcht hae been  true."  It Is a current story In Tevtotdal*  that In the house of an ancient family  of distinction, much addicted to th*  Presbyterian cause, a Bible was always  put In the sleeping apartment of the  guests, along with a bottle of strong  ale. On some occasion there was a  meeting of clergymen in the vicinity of  the castle, all of whom were Invited to  dinner by the worthy barohet, and  abode all night. According to th*  fashion of the times, seven of the reverend guests were allotted to one large  barrack-room, which was used on Bucb  occasions of extensive hospitality. The  butler took care that the divines were  presented each with a Bible and a bottle of ale. But, after a little consultation among themselves, they'are said  to have recalled the domestic as he was  leaving the apartment. "My friend,"  Bald one of the venerable guests, "you  must know when'we meet together as  brethren the youngOBt man reads, aloud  a portion of-Scripture to the rest; ontit  one Bible, therefore, Is necessary. Taks  away the other six, and, in their place,  bring six more bottles of ale."  ' j  i_*.j  page.)  l-^*-  "Novr, James, please remember: Left  band���Eg��s, poultry, three yard* of silk  to match my skirt, llolnn for Mamie's  dress, and a new reefer for George. Right  hand���Nellie's ribbons, Harry's algebra,  telephone message to Uenry, a box oi  starch, and my new bonnet. Hay them  over as you go to towp." ��� "Harper'*  Weekly."  Sue Brette���How do you  know the'  gallery gods threw eggs at you?   Ham  Lette���How do I know? Ye gods, didn't  I oatch    them    In    the act?���Chicago  "News."  A visitor to a farm was especially  struck 'by the gTeat ruggedness and  strength of one of 'the stalwart harvest  ?lands, and said to the farmer: "That  ellow ought to be chuck-full of work."  ������He Is," replied the farmer, *^or he  ought to be, because I hain't never  been able to get none out of him."���  From "Success."  "I see that Mrs. Uptardeight Is addressing the Mothers' Scientific Club  this afternoon on The Care of Chll-i  dren." "Speaking of children, wiho was  that youngster that broke Into Snoop's  candy store last n' t and^johb-id the  till?" "Thai���why, -at was �����. Cp-  tardelgbt's jrouncteat." -^'*h UUmorV  "News"  It WIII be to Your Interest  If you contemplate visiting (lie St.  Louis Exposition, to secure reliable information a�� to railroad service, the lowest rates and best route?. Aho as to  local conditions in St Louis, hotels, etc.  If yon will write the undersigned,  statine what information you desire, the  same will be promptly furnished. If we  do not liave it on hand, will secure it for  yon.if possible, and without any expense  to you.   Address  B. H. TRUMBULL,  Comaimerclal Agent,  142 TJiird St.,Portland, Oro,  '<<-,  .'   h ',  jl  n  j  5i  I  Hi  V '  ly)  I \  I'i  i      i  1 i  i'7!  f,  .   '1  -rry-iT;  ���iV  ; Y_.TT"^ISp.'  1. ���>.  j*. ����������� s  ���"���-I        it  i'y^^^h:'^^y'^'Q^f^:^.%  ^^���^^r::py-^;^^i.^^:.^^;: /"'my  '"ir'ISii;  rm  a'u >   ���"ir-'djj  iLmi  ~~mr.*-~.*1.  IT I  _____  ���^-^"-^  *_4&_*_^^  TRAIL CREEK MINING,, DIVISION.-^Continued.  Nama of Owner.  e���- .,   _ -J- __���_���**?������ 1 j  _F%i*-m*lls  Griffiths, W, M., et al   Yulll, S. B., et al   Cameron, T. A., et al   Uloyn, John   Virginia Gold Mining Co   Little Joe Con. Mining Co...'.   2CauaImo'& Rossland Mining Co...  Campbell, P., Mclvor, Mclvor   Iron Hope.M. & M. Co   Columbia Proprietary, Ltd   Thompson, Ross, et al ?   McDonnell, C et al   Johnston, Douglas F   McAtee, L. J   Bogle, D��� et al    Yale Gold Copper Mining Co., Ltd.  Perdue, W��� et al   Name of Claim.  Name of Owner.  Victor ,  Victoria   Viking   Violet   Virginia   | Western Spy   White Elephant..  ' Whlroo   White Iron   Whoopup...   Wide West   Wide West No. 2.  Winnipeg ,     Wisconsin   Wolverine   Yale   Zllor.....    Lot*. No. Tit\e>. Due     Costi   .Total dug  4927  2S85  ���1916  4663  . 681  JC96  1357  211?  4604  3324  12S7  11*53  1519  1692  927  1 5SS  '1051  10.50  25.00  11.75  11.00  4.75  4.50  75.25  27.00  23.25  13.00  28.50  13.00  63.00  75.25  12.75  42.00  3.25  2.0u  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Hielenberg, K. A., Estate of..."  Wlckwlre, E. 1\, et al.........  Oliver, XV. T. ...   .  Combination M-. ���'&' U.  Co.....  Douglas,   John.:       Mulligan,  John...    .....  Rumberger, G. \V\, etal.......  Johnson, S. M.....   ......  Naden, G. R;>, et-al..;...........  Pringle,- Clive..,.  25.25  15.00  30.50  15.00  65.00  77.25  14.75  44.00  5.25  GRAND FORKS MINING DIVISJIQN.  i ��  Name of Owner.  Name of Claim.  "*  5.   "Kv  i'i  K*  [���, ictrim, Xi., et al   \' cuuutci .on. uoiu alines, juiu   , louim-i con. uom j_lue��, _tu....  ,' xorti_cuu,   \v. a   t , oicAiuiion, J.'J >    ; Van x%v��a I. Ksuite et al   7    L foritr, W. J., et al   [ Lavauey, En, ct oi....   urew, u<?o. Jf, et al   ,;' McCailum, Neil, etal   Plowman, H., et al   i       McKenzie, A   jforter, W. /., et al...:   uatneson, C <   Slack, T. W., et al   Bonanza Mountain G. M. Co   McCaUum, Neil, etal   Bcneta Gold Mining Co   , C_-k, Ella .' .-.      CJark Seattle Gold Mining Co   Oppenheimer,. AL, et; ol   <        Daniel, R. T., et al .'   Rumberger, G. W., et al..   B. C. .Trust Co., Ltd   Flaucane, _���. J., et al....'..'   Largley, 8. Thornton   McCaUum, N��� et,al ...  Hallett, I. H., et al '...  Gold,Coin Mining.Co..   Boranxa Mountain"-. _L Co., Ltd..  McMynn,' W. O.* :.,  OPPenhclmer,, Marcus '   Contact Con. Gold Mines, Ltd   Curtis, Smith, et al....   (      Covert,. W. H..,,   Contact Con. Gold Mines, Ltd   Bum-tit Gold Copper Co., Ltd   '* i M-mmoth & Diamond Hitch Con. G.  ,.M. Co., Ltd   Hartford Gold Mining'Co., Ltd   Earthquake Con. G. M. Co., Ltd.1....  Flewman, R., et al...;.../ .'....-   ��� i _>lewman; R.,"et al....'. j*. ...'  '.C-rtls,' Smith, etal..'...' ,   Xtelahelmer,; S., et\'al.' '   X3TVTtjXl|   Im  JV�������������������   ������������������������   ���������������������**i*i  Porter.-W. J., et al..*..'.". ....'.  Contact-Con. Gold Mines, Ltd .'.  "  '       Jordan,'Arthur....'.. ...\   Hartford Gold .Mining Co.; Ltd   ,, Gold Dollar 'Mines; Ltd:. A  McCaUum,'N.', et al...."....   Van Ness I.",et al..].....   Jordan/Arthur......    >       Guess, G.' A....r.:l. *....'. .'   *faden,G. R.,'/eta!....t.'  ....  . Hartford JGoId vMln!ng Co   ' Hartford Gold .Mining Co   ,       ���-  Blockberger, _*v_t.,.et al,   *     r!ft.,C.1 Truat,Ct��.,ILtd......'....'.   ��� _u��, *i�� n*......f .....&....... t   Bamberger., G. 'w!..\*.,.....���.".'...'........  .. ^      Jordan, Arthur*..........   >l~   ,. John BuU\Min��i, Ltd.%.   *���   j\   soiiw, yr.,let^ai..^.,J. .v   _,    ^Knmberger/G..W..'....".   Frank, Charles,Vet si .' :.  , ���     Belt,, W; H., G.......L..���....���   7    .  Townsend; W.A_t..;. f ;.;.  ILittle Bertha Gold,Mining Ca.7.'.'   ; McG_tre,,Hut?h���et*^d..   *���       %}Toole, J.'M.*...*^,  ��������������...   Townsend.'.TIm...,...:    Clark,,ElIa, et ai:...i   ���t     r   Snmmlt Goldi Copper Mining' 49a   -  Mammoth * Diamond.Hitch Con G. M.  -'     --;i>Co.viitd.. ..���:.���:.,..-.   Cosgrltr. C��� et al.."   \-- , John Bull tMines, i_td    .'   -<"   '"Innla,1 Dngaid  .......>. ,  ,    McCalhim,-Neil, et al..'.....".....V.'.V  r     MnH!min,>John i   Averill, F., As; er'al ���  7 , fje5CT8n�� �������� et.W. ,   McGuire, Hugh...'..  ��nmberger. G. ^w..  .)        _,         ��   * x-#   ���������������������� ��tii��ii(ii  .   coB(rriir.c ;..  ,       White, MUton.D       ContactCon. Gold Mlnes���Ltd   Contact Con.,Gold Mines,,Ltd........ .  Drew, G. Et.. et a! *  RendeU, G.' A*.*. .".".T.:"."..";   Bonanta Mountain G. M." Co. Ltd.'!!  Contact' Con. Gold' Mines, Ltd   Contact >Con. Gold Mines, Ltd-.'.   Hartford GoldlMining Co7x.td...  MoCatrnm  Ndl. et al !!!!!  Matheson;, Chas  v.M..y   Bonansa^Mokntain '<?! icj Co! i!t(t!!!!!  Accident   AJO���   ajox i* ruction   /iiuten..,.   Aiiunie   13.   U.   i\0.   *'   t.euvcr. ,  _*.*acn   _fcue ot Ouuvvu...  JUttnt   jbiiinUay   ���itmurt'K   _iuck iiesa   iiiua Bird......  ...  _lue Bell   Bonanza  .  Bonanza.,   Boneiu.   Uoyis   Butte   Butte   Caledonia   California   Calumet   Carlotte   Christina 7.  Cleopatra   Climax n ...  Coin   Colorado   Colorado   Columbia..........   .  Contact ,   Corydon '.    Crown   Daly "...  Delta Fraction   Diamond Hitch   Double  Eagle Fraction..,  Earthquake   Edleon '...;   Electric .*���,   .  Eimore :   ���Erwln  '   Fantantlne   Girl ofthe Period   Glergarry   Golden Age Fraction   Golden Crown Fn   .Gold Drop ,..  Grand Forks'Belle   Grey Eagle   Halifax   Hamfat (   Hard Cash '..  Hartford    ���'..  Hartford Frac '....  Hastings '...  Hecla   Highland Chief   Iron Clad  '.'...  Jennie Lind "-Fraction   John Bull...:   J."S. Fraction..; :.,  Keystone.....1 ^  Keystone ' ;.  Key west   Kittle .'.'...*  :  Little Bertha   Little Babe.'.' ,  Livingston..:1.'   London '7    Loyal'Canadian   Main...:   Lot. No. Taxes Due    Costs    Total due  1704  |1&V!>  1012  1'H'J  ioW  I4tfi  U044  134?.  161C  1134  11366  (1689  1363  2136  2C0S  1617  7ie  651  1610  1067  97S  2322  1314  ms  1S5C  1615  211."  95<i  2009  2236  1157  1421  971  2015  1510  1744  ���if r  f  E*rtlnjuake;pon. G. M. Co.'litd   McKensIe?-.-^.....'..;'*'    */���--..,  ,    P��Mi; B;>. EiVet.& "'"^^   \5renf��G.B.; et _l7  *   -^-f-      ���  *      _*f4"*<*!"'m.,...'....i. *    '    ^w  B^erice, J.D., 'et _i ? '   Sbmmlt ;G6ld\C^pserVMlnrng* __!!!!!!!!  Oppenheimer, ;M.u-et%l      *      "  Van^Ness; I. '.Es&V^ai!!;;!!!!   Plevrtnan, R.-W a* *��   '      ������"���"��������   1  co8grirc^ct U!!:: *   Hartford Gold Mining Co! Ltd!!!!!!"  ,Van NJjss, _, Estate   >    ���WoGuIre.yF,....   .      '"  Claek Seattle- G. M.'^'Ltd!!!!   Brown, H.' A...;  ���   -B.C.<Trnst.Co. Ltd.'.'"-''5'*   Rmnber^r, G.' w., et aV.'.V.'..   Ross, Hector .���,.         Oppenheimer, M..'. ""." '"  -SSJK ^'"^ co!.-;:!!  Clark Seattle Goia Mining!!!::!!!!  ffown, R. a.     '  Wnncane, F. J, et ��i  V   Drew, g. ��, etai.;;;;:-'!   ;-.ttmI)epgep( at W. ��tal  *��� BInglehurst. b. A., ;et*ai  Finucane, -F. j., et al  Mammoth   Mammie ,  Marinette   Matabele Fraction   Mayflower   Midnight   Minnie ,  Monckton   Monte Carlo ,  Montana   Mono   Moonlight   Mother Lode ^ ..  Mother Lod?iFra"tfon...  Mountain Momreh   Mountain View   Mountain View   Mountain  Vlevr   Vonotr'n Vipw Fwtion.  Vahoh Fraction   .NanolMn Bonaparte ,  Nevada   Nevada   New-Last Chance   No. 1  ." ..  Norfolk .'.'.'.'  Norton   O- K !  Ontario   Ontario Boy   o- p- ,..!  Ophir   Often Bot *   .,  Oro "...'..  Pnlmetfo "/.  ThllH Sheridan....!,!,!.!!  Pictojj   On��e-i of the Hll'i   .  ���Ran"er      Rattler !"..!!!!!!*!  illehniond   Roattln '  "hipkiiiopit....!...'!."!!!!!!  SIssv   St. Lo,,!,. .......'.'.'.'.7.7.7  fltfl-irlnrd    N0-    2 .!  Straivherrv   ",'!!!!  Thirfv cpven   ^lUHn Frnct'on '.  Tnnn��ll 7  Va.n'.nnrAj..^  Vansuird   Victor    .'..7.7.7.  Virginia City '.'.".".'.  Volcano   Wake .7.7.  War  Eagle   Wellington Ft_ctfon.!...7.  Wonderful.  1C84  1329  11339  1132  1049  ��72  1691  1477  1488  2594  3044  1058  1762  161?  720  304:'  1468  1062  1057 -  1061.  2053  859  2016  1489  3043  2fl5  1675  1155  2729  1768  1748*  959    <  964  1563  2234  1G0S  1745  l_6o  iV.tj  ���f.uu  3V.00  1��.W  ll.UU  7.7t>  53.'.u  13.00  10.UO  i��.uo  52,00  4.00  41.00  12.26  26.00  4.25  51.00  26.00  13.00  13.00  20.00  13.00  10.25  26.00  28.00  11.00  11.75  78.W)  26,00  13.00  13.10  9.00  42.00  6.50  9.25  9.75  23.00  1.00  13.00  13.00  12.76  35.00  9.7C  9,75  13.00  4.00  8.00  .50  28.50  9.50  64.50  8.50  25.00  7.25  " 12.25  9.50  13.00  10.00  32.2S  13 00  5.00  '18.50  10.0)  5.25  13.00  12.25  26 23"  1103 *  15.50  44.01  11.75  33.ro  4.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  _W  -2.00  2.v0  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ��00  2.00  2.00  2.0O  ��00  2.00  $.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,��0   ''  ��� 2.00  ,2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 '  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  200  '2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ���2.00'  1.00  2.C0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  14.50  12.2o  4. DO  32.W  .  14.00  19.00  S.76  i 56.76  15.00  12.00  16.00  64,00  6.00.  43.00  14.25  28,00  6.25  63.00  28.00  15.00  16.10  22.00  15.00  -12.25  - 28.00  30.00  13.00  13,75  80.00  28,00  15,00  ' 15.00  11.00  44.00  8.50  11.25  11.75  12.50  27.00  13.76  13.00.  6,75  6.50  77.26      H'���  Jnlinsbn,.y_. M!,'et al!  Enterprise &��� Anchor*Mines,.Ltd..  McDoiielli"'C'r-et al,   Boundary*Creek M�� &��� M. Co....  Runiberger. G. W��� et al..........  McDonellj  C.,- et'el.....   Holbrook,   D.-W.........  Dunn.  J.;   et al..;���.   Ashcroft,   A.  E;(  etal...::   Harris; W. J...........   Guess, G. ��� A.,- et;al..   Johnson, S* M>, et* al.   Reed,;Hugh, etal......   Silver King Mining Co..(....   Guess, G-   A..;......;. ,..,   ,  MoMynn, W-  G7.7..'i..   Dlliier,  Otto.....;.���..';..   Rumberger, G:* W;, et al... ...  Deiroislers. ��� J; ��� B.,   Rumberger,- G.W.j etal............  Oliver,  W.   T.,   RendeU,  G.  A....i...............,,..  Green, s; Ki. etal.1;................  McDonell.'* Chris, et - al   .Dunn, John, et al.....   iDoinrlas/Joiin...';..  ,;. ,,  lMr>rnn- ��� John .,  ...i ,  Porter; >W; J..........7   iMc.Mfl hon, M.* H.i et1 al   iVVsraw.' Alnole.T. et nl ,.   |I*tt����l.erger*, G.' W.; et al   .Naden, G. R., etal   Rumberger, G. W. et al   .RendeU, G. A., et al ,  Wlckwlro,' E.T. et al   Cosgrlff, Con., etal   Johnson, S. M., et nl   Dunn, J��� et al   Sands, Mark   Robertson, J.   R   Wickwire, E. T., et al   .    25.00  ���3.00  15.00  15.90  14.75  37.00  11,75  * 1L75  16.00  '&0V  10.00  2.50  30.50  11.50  16,50  10.50  27.00  9.25  14.25  11.50  ' 15.00  12.00  34.��  15.00  7.00  20.50  1 12.00  ���LIT,  11.00  14 2i  28.2'  1 2101  17.51  - 46.0-)  13.75  35.00  6.00  Pringle, Clive.  London._ B. C. Gold Fields, Ltd.  McAuley, J. B ;   'Douglas,. John .'  Dunn, J., et al .!.!  Mortimer, E. H.. et al   Hogg,  W. L.,  et al   Naden, .G. .R.,  et ,al   Keffer, F* et al   Johnson, S. M., et al .'..!!!,  McMynn, w.  G., et al....!.!!!!!!!!  Markln, R   Hogg, W. L. et al.......!.!..'.'.'...!!,  Warren, J. j. ,'    Finucane, F..J _"!  Boundary Creek, M., &!m! Co!!!.!!  Nelson,, J.  XV.,   et al... !  Silver Kuv Gold. Mining Co..!!!!!!  Mack, John '   McDonell, Cliri.B., et nl....!..!!!..'���"  Rumberger, G. W., pt al !. !!  Cri\ne,   G. T. -,    ."....',  Deadwood, Gold  MJnlng/co.........  Rumlierger, G. W��� et al   McMynn, W., G   MeMuIlan, J, J.,  et al 7.7.'..!!!  Kj-dd,  George,  et al   Collins, C. N !!!!!  McArthur, p, c .!!.!!!!!!!!!!'  Haas, Jacob C 7    '   Leet R. W   Iryjng,, J \\   HarrU?,,W. J   Harris, w. j !!!!!!!!!!.!!!  Harris, \V. J 77.77*   Rumberger, G. .W,,  Nadcri, G. R��� et al.  ���tamberger, G. W...  et al.  Myrtle   Wapa   Nellie Cotton   New  York   I'NJghtlngalc   ,\No. 2   Norfolk   Orinoco   |Oro   Paragon   Peacock   Pioneer   Plnliook   Pluto   Queen Sabe   Queen of Sheba   Red  Warrior   Revenue   ���Rob-Roy   Scranton Fraction   S.  F.   Fraction..!   Silver Cloud   Silver King   Silver Tip   jSIIver Star   (-muggier   ,St. Genevieve   St. Lawrence   Stafford Fraction   Sunn.vslde   Sunset .'.  Tarn O'Shanter   Texas   Timer  Fraction   Tip  Top   Twin  Sisters   Vancouver   Wellington ,..'.  Wellington,   No.   1......  Wellington No; 2   Wiliamena Fraction   World's   Fair  Fraction.  Yukon Fraction   City View   Clipper Fraction   Columbia.   Combination   Cornucopia ���    ......  Copper Queen '.." ���  Cracker.Jack    ..  Dundy,... ....7...;>........  Don't Know.......;....   ...  Dominion   Emerald       Enterprise .".      Free  Coinage   G, A. R...V       Garfield........   (Gold Bug No. 2........   Gold Bug........ ������  Grit nd  Central.   Hackla..........  ......... ......  Humil ton................    ......  Hidden Treasure.. ,...  Homestake.   H. li   ........  lion Cap...;..    iron Top,     .....  Iron Pyrites. ;'..' ..........  tfuliannlsburg.   Joker...,.,   Jolietto Fraction........   ......'  Keystone...,;.;...!' ......   .:...,  Kootenay..........    ..,  La ncaster Fraction   <t.asi Cnunce....  .....  Legal Tender    ........   ,  Lulu.. ...;..   ........  .(iiiiiei,..,....   ........   Altignolia. ,        Maple Leaf........   Maytield  Fraction'...:,..'....,   .  iMaze    Missing Link   Missing Link No.  2 Fraction.  Moscow   Mountain View   Mountain View   Mullen ,  ROSSLAND, B. C, Oct. 6th, 1904.  n iKirikup,  Assessor rand Collector Rossland Assessment District.  H  ...I  1683  915  2052  2114  ins  1(09  1096  1048  721  -JJ131S  ������| 2205  1623  1598.  1511  1344  1533  2011  2592  2593  1063  1614  1365  2010  1341  1362  2734  1569  1478  861  546  1354  1060  1766  1167  1353  1340  1047  3203  1060  792  2232  652  992  1068  605  1364  1765  1135  1743  1750  1156  174e  1336  1606  1476  2107  1345  1315  1736  _ ���       1738  Young George ',,42  10.00  7.'0  26.00  1.25  9.00  11.50  IS 00  13.00  24.50  550  11.50  13 00  13.00  .50  6.00  700  26.01  li.'X)  " ��.75  2.75  11.00  fi1.2*>  26.00  11.75  41.7-i  13 00  7,75  ��,2'i  25.-.0  1100  9.75  11.01  11.50  11.25  19.50  8.25  noo  9.71  11.00  19.00  36 76  13 00  26.00  10 75  13.00  4'.00  1100  " 26 00  11.00  27.75  11.25  9.50  26 00  "25.50  13 00  23.50  9.00  7.75  31.50  26.00  2.00  200  2.00  -2.00  2.00  -    8.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  200  2.00  2.00  2.00 *  2.00  2.Q0  2.00  2.00  2.C0  200  2.00  2.00  2.00  . 2.00  2.00  2.00  . 2.00  2.00  . 2.00  , 2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  ��� 2.00  200  2.00  2.00  3.00  2.01  200  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.P0  2.00  2.00  ,200  2.00  2.00  200  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  THE MILWAUKEE  "Tliat's ,.Our Business"  ^ i  The Job Department^*-the  Phoenix Pioneer  is fully equipped to.turn,out the  Best Quality of  ���Stationery   for any  kind   of business.      Special  -���attention; paid to work for Mines.    Stock, the best;  quality, /the,highest grade.  ADDRESS,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  3SS W?4CK- PHOENIX, B. a  A familiar name for the Gliica|ro,*Mil  waukee A fit. Paul Railway, known alii  over the Union as the Great Railwavj  runniiiK the "Pioneer Limited" traind  every ��� day* and - night- between 8t.. Pau?  and Clilcaeo, ami Omaha *_nd Chicagoi  "The only perfect trains in the world.'1!  Understand: .Connection."-.are made1  with All TraiiBcontineiital. Lines,) assuring to passengers the best service known.'  Laxurioii8.cogclies,.electriclighta^Hteai_  heat, of a, verity. equaled by uo other1  line. , i  See that your ticket reads via '.-'The'  Milwaukee" when goin^ to any point in  the United States or Canada. -, AH ticket  agents sell tliem. >  For rates, pamphlets or other -information, address,  R. L. Ford,  Tr����. Pa,.. Agt.,  SPOKANK. WN  Tae Anaquuy of Trouser..  WOMAN'S   *ver-changinB   f..>,  ions In drew have affortlea th.  men much   amusement, an.  have given the satirical writ-  ���ra oay amount ot material Cor u,��,i.  pens.   �� Is clearly a cage of peop-,, ..���  In* In -gl^ml  Opuses ��� and , throwin.  ���tones.     Men'f ftaMohs^'ave   pa��ae5  ���Miroug* quite as many eftiangea, Vnd It  Is doubtful If the petUeoat Itself ha��  had a more varied hiatory tSian have  those grim arUclea troiisera.   "To tha  eye of vulvar   Lojffc,"   said Ruskin  "what Is man?   An omnivorous bloed  th*t wear* Breeohet."  There has never  been a Petticoat Bible, yet In the year  1560 an edition of the Scriptures was  printed    at   Oerwva known   as   tha  "Breeches WWe.'? -nbe name arose from  an unusual renderlnar 'oflQenesia M. 7  Adam and  Eve,  Instead'  of   makln_  themselves aprons of figr-leaves, made  ,.U��ojnselve�� "breeches,"  There la no record of Eve wearing petticoats,,yet the  flr��t man  is  reported   to have  worn  breeches.   The ancients wore breeches  ���dtviaed   aklrts probably���on   horse  back only, raautrilng; their nowJnj dra-  perles wheni they dismounted.   Amonr  Uie   Roman*,   trousers,   which   were  oalled braccae, were worn only by the  soldiers who"   were   exposed to cold  northern climates.   -Hfoey were homemade, to Judge from the pictures, and  not In theleaat HtylWh.   Among the  Greeks  such  garments  were oonflned  to slaves, the swells reserving the chl-  ton (for themselves. The first faint fore-  t shadowing of trousers as we now sea  them was In the time Of Richard I. of  ISngUtnd.   In Spain, as well as In the  Low Countries, trunk hose, mercilessly  sUsfbed,  stuffed  and  decorated,   were  th* smart things among the elegants  The story Is related of a luckiem courtier wOio, having seated himself on a  chair  upon  which    was a projecting  nail, waa suddenly obliged to rise   to  pay his devoirs to his sovereign. ' Instantly several pecks of dry wheat dust  gushed out of his "galloons," and the  unhappy  oourtler  stood   there  diminished to a spindle and-cutting a very  sorry  figure. ' During   the    reign of  Oharles I. of England,, when Vandyok's  Influence was belnc f#U, breeches be-*  came of urjiform width, open at the  knee, where they were fringed or bordered with lace and fastened with ribbons. Trousers tomes from Old French:  trusses, a kind of hose, from trousse,  a truss. , Pantaloon* owe* Ks origin to  St. Pantaleone, a patron saint of the  Venetians.    His name was commonly   ,  received at baptism by tbe Venetians,  and was by them transferred to this  ���arment, whtch they very much affected. , The term "sansculotte" originated  In Francs.   It meant, properly speaking, a  fellow  without  breeches,  and  was used as a term of derision by the  arttfoeratlcal party   for   the popular  party, at tit* beginning, of .thei Revolution, bint was later assumed by the pa-  triots as a title of honor. Another term,  on* which ha* offended our ears and  our sensibilities. Is pants. But good old  .OMrer Wendell Holmes disposes of It  w*ch short shrift:  "the, Ihlngt, named  P*n������a word not made for gentlemen,  but gents."     Even  among the poets  trousers.have,not_a*n considered,too  prosaic to be put Into song.7o_e cental Tom Mopr��',l**ves','b*blnd him   a  charming little Impromptu liuptred by  a pair of breeches.   It asams that the  bard was db|iged won one oocaalon to  leave ��� v*rjr pleasant -party on aoeouiit  ���f not having a pair of evening trous-  ���w la which to dress tor dinner.   He  ���scatched upon a fly-l*_f the follow.  la*:  B*tw**a Adam and. m* ta* great dlf.  ferenee Is,  Wheugh a paradise.eash has bees  forocd to resign.  TtkU he nsv*r,w��ra_rs*��hw UK Kwn'd  out of his,  W_il*. for want of my,br**oh*s, Tm  banished; Irojninln*.  -, . HI  A Toiut to the Bachelor.  A TOAST Is offered to the bachelor.  No*, to every bachelor, ot course.  h. s. rowe,    ;  General Agcu ,  PORTLAND, OR  NOTICE TOSOMmCTORS  GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  Name of Owner.  1 -Barton, J>��jd_ s.,,et al......   s  Mardor., &'n��� et al  *  "   Oliver, W. T...   " Enterprise & Anchor'Mfne'sVlid!'"!  Kumberper, q.. W.. et al  McI>onell, Chris, et^ai   Moody. "John A... '  &��fflfcM.,J/*.i��L "'  Steele, 31., et al '���  Cnjss, G. A.t   galletr, L H.. et al.���.  MeXhtt, h H.;etal.���.  .Johnson,  ft ^   .��*����,��� Hugh, ft al   &T> **���,��, et al..,,..  Ssf*���* ?_*���������-   MBMtoo, J^Jini etna,..*.   ^u#?r_ep, o. y?��� # a-,   Name of Claim.  *��,..,.*����� ..  ��-����..��,,  i..  ...... ^��w��^ ���  Aberdeen   Alta   Anaconda....'.,....   .,  Anchor   Apex   Arizona ���   ArJin/rton Fraction...  Baltimore.,,   Barrow.....   Big Pour..'.   Blue Bell ,  Black Diamond   Bolton Fraction   Boston   Brookllne   Bullion .,   Burns Pra'eUbn ,  Chancellor   CImeron   Lot. no. Taxes JDne   -Costs ~��_tai due  - 2295  .. 1394  .. 1S31  ..11021  .. 11696  -- J-194  ..1110  .. 2391  .. 1290  .. '1581  .. 1108  .. 2275  .. 1706  .. 16*15  ,. 1032  .. 865  .. 1281  .. 32S5  .. L ��J0 ���  9.00  2.00  S.2G  2.00  41.00  2.00  13.00  2.09.  7.00  ,   2.005  13.00  2.00  3.50  2.00  22.50  ..2.00  16.00  2.00  37.50  , 2.00<  12.00  2M  .9.50  2.00  7.00  *  2.00  ���11.25  -IT.-00  11,50  2.00  10.50  i.00  �����.60  ��� S.-U0  'J3.-0Q  -  -2.00  12.85*  ��� &��Q  11.00  H1.25  43.00  .jl5.00  , s.oo  15.00  . 5.50  >  24.50  1 -318.90  ���39.50  ��� 14.00  '   11.50  9.00  13.25  1 18.50  12.50  7,60  MiS5  'i  pealed Tenders, supencribed "Teuiler for  Pchooi-nunse," will be received liy the unfler-  signed up to noon of Thursday,' tlie Kith Oelo-  ber, 1904, for the erection aAd potnpletloii of a,  email one-room frame school-house, at Bonn-  dary Falls.Greenwood Electoml'Dletrlcl', B. c.  . riauf, sperillcatlonfi, contrac-' unit fornm otf  tender may bo reen on and after Ihe "th October. I9W,at ihe oRlce'of the Government Agent.  Greenwiwd, and at the Lauds and Wortu Department, Victoria. B  c. >  taeh propossl must be accompanied by cai-b  or an aceeptod balik cheque or<*ertI0>��te of deposit im ��. charters > bauk of Canada, n ade pay-  ay.e 2�� Jh.e ."-^^P'lined, In ih* sum of $74,  which *httll be forfeited If the" party, t��ndering  decline teenier Into cmitracturnencaUed upon  todoso. Theca��*.chpque��,,(>ertlfieate of de-  poult of uunu��ee����Ti>l tenderers will be retnraed  jo them upon -the execution of the contnet.  The iiticcesiful tenderer will b�� leaulred to ��ur-1  nlsh a bond, himself and two .sciretiee Id 'the  sum_of fcttoeaeb, ror.thadue-fulfilment ofthe  work contracted for to the satisfaction of. the  Honourable.Jhe.chief. COmmtMrOner. "Upon  the execution of the bo^d the cash, cheque or  (Wrtlflcate t>T deposit 'above'mentiODed. will be  returned to tbe contractor.  Tepdeis.wJU sot be consldered'unleiS'taAdo  onton the fp_Dasnppl{ed;'*an<detgnedwlth' tbe  actual sigtoatuie of thor tenderer.-  - Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  W*. S.4GORE,  pepntycosnmlciilonerofiLandsand Works,  Lanrtutrad Works Departtnenf,  Victoria, B. C, m October, 1904.  - MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Impsovements.  NOTICH. i  .tS^i?n?.It{.S?"5rflow:er�� Hopawell, Balsam Frec-  tlonal Mineral olalnn, situate In the Groan-  Hherolocated-ln8uminltc_mp.  Take Nolce that I, Isaac W, Haflett, as aeont  Miner's Certlficate^No.  MOWjf ��,,d Tho_S  l3*I^n,'hix_?a.,jr,y��ln sedate hereof,tT.^  Ply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of  mprovemente, /or the purpose of obtaulnR-  ,' rpwp Ci.snU for the above.claimp.   "Dl0"llnB  Ji?���n_'rthe,'.t;ke uot,c<7  <hot *-ct-*��'. nuder  section 87, must be commenced Ixfore the Issu-  yESLatfr&FS***oM>nP--o��emenT^ ""?  Dated thlB2��th day of tJeptember, A. D. 1504.  **~ , I. U. HALLKTT.  Not all axe toastworthy.' There  are s��Uniy,--bo.��u��_t to have merrled,  but were top timid, distrustful,, lasy,  seK-lndul��ent, or' incon��pete_t' There  .***��� those -who were dassted In thslr  youth by the spaaarles and *ewgwws of  lire, and stretched out for thorn hsnds  too ea&ei;.to'deteci*the.wor_��]e*snes* of  wh��t they jot  ,There.arts those who  wer* unfit to marry.    Toast than In  moderation, because they didn't, provided they will give bonds to continue  ���WO. . Th��re  sre,. thos*. fl*o���bro_e  h*��rt��, partly from faithlessness, partly from .over-much calculation, partly  from mere Iack>f; grtt. \No��� -we may  not toast all bachelors.   So much the  more toast thos* w_o��_ w* may! M_ln-  talners of the uamalntained, -bearers of  burdens dropped by other men, pro-  ylders for, the unprovided for, succor-  ��ns ot the distressed, defenders of the  fatherless, .bulwarks of the widow! Oh,  what a good, an IndlspensaWe man Is  mat bachelor who can make a i&tgat  living than he needs, and is always  ready to share _ls surplus; who counsels his nephews   and ,. fortifies bhem  with timely remittances: -who surprises  his nieces ,witin mwij |And opportune  hats; who has.no serious troubles of  his own, and Is ready _3wa.y�� to shoulder such  troubls* as others brine; to  ntan!   The trouM* *w4t_ Benedict Is that  Ms hostages are tfven.     There   are  claims upon his heart, his time, Ms In-  oome.   He mint consider obligations  and proprieties.    He is  a mortgaged  man, thougfli he may be ever ao gooi a  one.   There le no use of spending much  affeotlon on Benedict, for he can get it  at liome, and he can't repay _ targe Investment In kind without Incurring domestic hazards.   But a 'good h_chelor,  w-6.t a great property he (s, and how  Inestimably valuable to those w*o own  wood,6UNirlneVuTelMr��*uJh'Affi��   V" ap��el>   w_ ,U lB a *reat miUn�� *o he a good  iS2__~fice'' For "w"�� ������� '"-J"*' 5un*lrea  *"*iI"M  a fairly satlofactory  Grand Porks,  Phoenix  and tirgenwQo*.    ;  STAGE   LINE.  J. F.ROYBR.  Proprietor  ������rfeg "���",�� ,u"<! Irt> le��ve Ureenwood at 6 a.m  ami FlioenlxKtr^oa.m j nrrlve at Gran" Horkr  atfhMBli1;*^r,",d/?.rk'*J'�� 1>- in..arrivl��i  ?i..i_?. 1 -!.p-ln* an.d Gfeenwood ai8. p. 11.  <^_^ah-r3_' ..'_<>��������.�� Northern'traln"  ���trltaer office.  For" large returps-andt good dividends buy International' Coal stock of  J. L. Mxttiti,. Phoenix, B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  1 Certificate of lros;o��emeBU.  Hotlee.  Beth and Jerry Mineral Claims, situate In tbe  Free Slner'a Certificate No. _S_|7 !����__'  sirty days from the date hereof, to ipply to the  Miulne Recorder for > CertlHcate pflmSow  And further Uke notice that action, nnder ��e^  J!a______s??_a��tt��'����^  Dated tbfci isthday of August, 1904,  4&35BT 5. -BiaOROFT, P. J,    ,  We do the kind you want,  but which you rarely see --  the kind that is.Neat, CleanK  Original and Effective.  This the only completely  .equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.'  Can we print for you ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix B. c.  ejamonstwittoaithat it Is hl��.���"Harper's  Weekly."  Contemptible, but Trivial.  Verbena, the colored cook, asked permission to bake a cake for the'wedding  Ureakfast of one of her friends. Tho  next day her mistress said *to her:  I'Well, 'Bena, how did .the wedding so  Off 2"  "Law, Mrs. _.,". Verbena replied, "It  war a mos' -powlful line weddln*. De  breckf us war mos* appetizin', 'specially  de cake you d**ne gib me;-en' wld all  de guest's wearln' der toes' clo's, an' be-  bavdn' mos' impresstvo. An" de brlds  suttalnly did look beautiful in her white  o_Un gownd, -wid de lo��g, -wihWw veil  an' de orange-blossoms."  "And how about -tho bridegroom,  "Bena?"  "Dar!" exclaimed Verbena, iher eye*  flashing, "de low-down, no-count nlg-  8��r nevah come *-nigh I "���"Harpers  Magazine."  ��� ���     '.  Flower Nanus Venrti.  Smart society favors flower names.  There are Lady Rosemary Cairns,  Lady Lily Milles and Lady Violet Beau-  champ. Lady.Bssex'a little girl is Lady  Iris C_pell, Lady Angela Forbes's child  la oalled Marigold, andl_.ady AJgernoo  fi��nnox'B daughter has the name of  Ivy. Ono of the _Mas JRncfiies owns  uncomnloa same cS Jasmine.���"*Jt  irt  ft  ^<^_  it  V?  e  a5.  ?f  11  i  .A  ' 4  ��. ���*   . .'' ���* ���  1.   -*_ I   * ��lpo      1 - 1 :' TaM-^QB^iXr momm  Gait Coal  delivered to any'part of  the city,  Hay, Grain,  Oats, Wheat, Feku.ktc.  Large stock.  .��#        Good D_y Wood.        _*  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.; :'- o:<^ff"       Phoenix, B.C.  CAPITAL AND SURPLUS  ���""'.77'" ���/ OVER  Four  Million Dollars  Great strength, long experience and thorough  equipment enables this bank to offer prompt  and efficient service in every branch of the  Banking Business.  ,.    3 per cent interest on Savings Accounts.  STORYOF  BOUNDARY  As Told By The  Provincial  Government.  IN   BULLETIN  NO.  ��, ON  MINING  ���        ���  the tonnage increased substantially  each year, until the aggregate at the  close of 1903 was 1,674,144 tons; now  it exceeds 2,000,000 tons. It will be  seen from the following table that  more than three-fourths of this... large  tonnage was the output of the mines  of the Granby and B. C. Copper Companies:���  Edited by B. Jacobs, tad 10,000 Coplei Are  Now Being Olilribaied at tbe World's.  Fair at St. I.ouls. '  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  which gives Perfect Work,in the shortest  tiino Willi the greatest ease of operation.  Wrile for Cotalor-e.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  PHOENIX ���  MARKET.   ���  ! P. Burns & Co.  ���*  ������'���'���'  HEAP OFFICE FOR I10UNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B, C  / HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  .... Wholesale and Befail Heat Merchants. 5  ��� ���....'...��������  ������������������������������������������a�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silvertoh, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eliolt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  Phoenix Stage  LINE.  ;  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  '���'77 .7?'l^l.. (V'r'--    DAILY.    - "  'Leave Phoeuix ar io a. m.      Arrive Greenwood at ii a. m.  Arrive     ���''-'"������       4.30 p. 111.    Leave " 3-p.m.  :***:.:      JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  ���i- The new edition of tlie COPPER HANDBOOK lists and describes 3,311' cop-,  po'r mines and copiier iniiii'ne com mm it*?, in nil parts of tho world, covering tlie  (jlob*!'. tht'eoMuscriiitloiis'rnnijiiiu from two lines to 12 pages in length^ according to  importance of tlic milieu. TI10 descriptions are not padded, but givo facts in the  moat condeneed and get-at-able form.  'There 111* lils'j fifteen miscellaneous chapters*, devoted to the Historv, Usps,  Terniinolopv, " Geography, Geoloiry, Chemistry, Mir.eialopy, Metallurgy, Finances  nnd .Statistics of .Copper, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the eub-  ject of Cop|��er nnd everything pel minimi; to the metal.  .$  *''7    ' r |t |�� th'e World's Standard Referenos Book on Copper.  Every Miner, Prospector, Invi-Btor.'Bankor,.and DroUor needs the book. Price  if> $5 in Buckram binding with gilt top, or $7.00 in full  library morrocco, and the  book, in either biiidinu', will lie sent, fully prepaid, on approval, toanv addros-s in  ihe world, to be paid for if found satisfactory, or may returned within a weekof re  ceiptaud thecliarge  cancelled.   Address tlie Author ami Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 38 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  E_ft_?? PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Journal,  You'll have no 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  sii����e������#����i����-1��*,*,��",<M"  I  fflerlana Collie Rennels  THE  HOME  OF  Hiqh^-lass  COLLIES  ;: AVernake a specialty of breeding the  best working strains for sheep-men  Hand sell at reasonable prices. Our  '"Collies give satisfaction to flockmastcrs  ���everywhere,?; .Write us your wants.  THosfaGfrifflth,  ';_���. O. Pq���10O7.  ���;���   7   Spokane, WaBh.  We do the kind you want,  but which you rarely see ���  the kind that is Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective.  This the only completely  equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix  B. C.  One of the best brochures ever issued by the provincial government is  that just published, called Bulletin No.  19. It is devoted entirely to mining,  and besides containing many matters  of interest to those who may become  interested in our metalliferous resources, has data from every mining  district of importance. It is edited by  E. Jacobs, which is a guarantee of its  conservativeness and also of its ac.  curacy.J     ���/  We give herewith some extracts of  what is said in this bulletin about the  mining resources of the Boundary, and  we are personally aware that every  statement is as a rule, well within the  facts. The bulletin is intended primarily for distribution at the World's  Fair at St. Louis:  What of late years has come to be'  known as the Boundary district was, in  earlier years comprised chiefly within  the limits of the Kettje River Mining  Division, now divided into the Greenwood and Grand Forks Divisions. The  placer miners who worked Rock Creek  and Boundary Creek in the early six.  ties were the pioneers of the Boundary. In 1884 Camp McKinney had  its beginnings, and in 1886-7 mineral  was "discovered, and locations were  made near Boundary Falls and in  what is now Copper camp., But it  was not-until the early nineties that  the properties that have since been  leading factors in building up the mining industry of the district���first the  Mother Jxide and next the Old Iroiv  sides and Knob Hill claims* of the  Granby group���were staked. But the  district was isolated, and, as regards  the transportation of mining and smelting machinery and supplies, inaccessible. Some high-grade gold-silver ore  was sent out at considerable cost in  1893-4, but hot a great deal of important development work was undertaken until 1896 and 1897, which  years saw the initation of the enterprises since extensively, developed by  the Gra��by and B. C. Copper companies. The opening up of these  and other mines at length induced the  Canadian Pacific Railway company to  extend its Columbia and Western rail  way from Robson, on the Columbia  River, into the Boundary, and thereafter ore production was on a comparatively large scale, until now the ton  nage is at the rate of considerably more  than one-half of the yearly total output of the whole Province.  Geology and Mlaeraleiy.  Professor Brock, who spent two  field-work seasons in the district, and  reported.at length (Summary Report  of the Canadian Geological Survey for  1902) on its geology and mineralogy,  in discussing its ore deposits, for the  sake of convenience, roughly divides  them into three classes: ,  (1) The large low-grade copper-  bearing sulphide deposits.  (2) The oxidised copper veins.  (3) The small gold and silver-bearing-quartz veins.  Undoubtedly the most striking characteristics of the deposits of the first  class is their enormous size. Pyrr-  hotite and chalcopyrite, with some  pyrite, are the chief minerals in this  class, a striking feature in which is the  lack of surface oxidation or alteration.  In Copper camp oxidised copper-bearing veins occur, forming at first sight  a totally different type of deposit.  This is probably an oxidised and  secondarily enriched form of a sulphide deposit similiar to the first-mentioned type. The quartz veins, constituting the third type of deposit, are  found in the neighbourhood of the  the first type, but seem more abundant on the outskirts of areas of chief  mineralisation. Chalcopyrite, pyrite,  arsenopyrite, galena and zinc blende  are their chief metallic minerals;  Tetrahedrite and some rich silver minerals occur freely in some of these  veins. Their principal values are in  silver and gold.  Ore Production.  The total tonnage of ore shipped by  Boundary mines prior to 1900 was  only a few hundred tons. During the  first half of that year the B. C. mine  shipped about 4,000 tons to Trail. The  second half.of the year saw an output  of more than 90,000 tons.   Thereafter  Mine.  Granby.  ....  Mother Lode.  B. C.........  Snowshoe.. .:���  Emma...  Sunset..7,.. .  Oro Denoro ..  OtherTrriiries   .  Total .7..'!  Total  Dec. 31, 1903  . .999,869 tons  ..382,188 "  .. 99.580"  "..��� 97.700 "  .'. 31,211 *'  ��� ���  21.635"  ���������' '3.759 "  ...28,202 "  . 1,674,144 tons  The copper mines of this district  are of much interest to mining and  smelting men, their two most striking  features being the unusually large size  of their ore bodies, with attendant low  mining costs, and the generally favorable nature of their ores for cheap  smelting. Those that will be shortly  dealt with here are the Granby, Mother  Lode, and Snowshoe. There are  at least a dozen others that have  been opened up and shipped a considerable tonnage of ore, but mention  of the few larger producers must  suffice. ,7  Or��abjr MIks.  The Granby group,  owned  by the  Granby Con. M. &: P. Co., consists of  ten adjoining mineral claims,   situated  adjacent to the town of Phoenix. The  aggregate footage of development work  done in these mines to date is. about  21,000 feet, or four, miles, one-fourth  of which is sinking and raising and the  remainder cross-cutting and' drifting.  One shaft on the property is 400 feet  in depth, but no levels have yet  been  run  below 300   feet depth:    Rising  ground on the Knob Hill claim makes  the 300-foot level of the Old Ironsides  about 550 feet, vertical depth,  below  the apex or outcrop of ore on the Knob  Hill, with the ore body proved to be  continuous from   the   summit of the  mountain on the Knob  Hill   through  the Old Ironsides to other claims beyond, also owned by the Granby company.    The use of the  diamond drill  has shown that the ore continues down  to a depth of at least 1,000 feet.  The system of ore-quarrying followed here constitutes one ofthe most re  markable features of mining seen in  the district. On the north side ofthe  hill on which the mines are situated  workings have been opened, at half a  dozen points along a distance of about  1,000 feet in a body of ore known to  have a length of fully 3,600 feet on the  company's ground.' The removal of  the surface debris has exposed ore for  a width of about 400 feet Big open  quarries are being worked at different  levels.  The development and equipment of  these mines admits of an output of ore  up to 2,000 tons per day, if required.  An enlarged tonnage can at any time  be provided for without difficulty. The  company's smelter, having a treatment  capacity of about 3,000 tons per diem  is at Grand Forks, a distance by rail of  about 25 miles.  The Granby mines, although the  largest yet developed in the district,  are but typical ot other Boundary  mines, for there are known to also be  large bodies of ore in the Snowshoe  and Mother Lode mines, while in Copper camp preliminary development has  given indications of the occurrence of  an immense deposit of ore there too.  The testimony of a prominent copper  export is noteworthy. Last summer a  party of New York men interested.in  copper mining visited the Granby  mines and one of them���Mr. John  Stanton, who has been designated the  Father of the Copper Industry"���was  reported in the public press to have  said:  "The Granby ore body is the largest sulphide ore deposit I have ever  examined, and my mining experience  has extended to every variety of copper ore. It is analogous to the famous  Rio Tinto, of Spain. The Granby ore  is lower in copper, but it carries larger values in gold and silver. It is  larger than the famous Tennessee deposit. Hitherto sulphide ore bodies  from 40 to 80 feet wide have been  considered large but this one at Phoenix eclipses anything I ever inspected.  I don't know of its equal on the continent. The millions of tons of ore in  sight and the vast stopes proved a  vertiable revalation to me. I believe  the Granby can operate at a profit, no  matter to what figure copper might fall.  With the advantage of gold and silver  in its ores, it c:��n produce copper at a  price that would put less favourable  mines out of business."  to date totals between 8,00c and 9,000  lineal  feet,  besides which there are  extensive underground stopes and sur  face quarries representing much productive work.   The ore   bodies here  are large.   The mam lode has a surface width varying from   80   to  160  feet.\: It has been   cut   in   trenches  along a distance of about  1,100 feet  north from the majri shaft to where jt  disappears under heavy drift,  while a  big surface exposure about 700 feet in  an opposite direction indicates its con  tiiiuity south as well.   The main shaft  is down 325 feet, and long levels have  been run at both 200   feet  and 300  feet depth. ��� The ore body, as opened  at the 200-foot level, has a width varying from  80 to  100: feet,  and   the  mine workings show it to be continuous at this level for at least  350 feet,  At life 300 foot level the workings aie  not so long, but as far as they have  gone they have proved the ore body to  maintain its large proportions.    A second shoot of ore was met with at  the  300-foot level and   followed  for  200  feet without its dipping   out   of the  level.    The "pillar and stope"  system  of mining underground was adopted  here in 1901, but later the opening up  ofthe   big surface quarries  made it  practicable for the company to keep its  smelter supplied with ore from   them,  so work underground was largely suspended.  The output capacity of the mine is  up to 1,000 tons a day, but tlus com-  paritively large production has not  heretofore been maintained, the company's smelter not yet requiring it.  The machinery and plant include a  40-drill cross compound, condensing  air compressor, a big double-cylinder  hoist engine,' two large ore-crushers,  elevator, conveyor and other necessary  equipment. The smelter at Greenwood  is distant less than three miles ; from  the mine and is at an elevation about  850 feet lower. Mine and smelter are  connected by a branch ofthe Canadian .  Pacific Railway.  Snowshoe.  The Snowshoe mine, near Phoenix,  is owned by the Snowshoe Gold &  Copper Mines,1 Ltd., of London; England. The mine was first explored  underground, and afterwards surface  quarries were opened. The main  working shaft is down 300 feet and  much crosi-cutting and drifting, about  7,000 lineal feet in all, have been done,  exposing large quantities of ore. Production was suspended last winter pending the result of endeavors by the  company to secure its own smelting  works, The Phoenix branch of the  railway crosses the property.- The  machinery on the mine includes the  high-pressure half of a 30-drill air compressor and a 150 horse-power electric  hoisting engine.  Gold and Silver Mines.  9-  ���  Phoenix Livery Stable  Matheson & Matheson. Props.  Everything New  CARRIAGES    AND   OTHER   RIGS  HORSES AND SADDLES.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.   A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  The Most  Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  Through Salt IJike City, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pneblo, '���  'Colorado Springs and Denver. , ���������  A DayilghlRMe Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pase> w  7 'Marshal Pass and Ihe Royal Gorge. ,-, ��� ^  3 fqst Trains Daily Bet, Oqden and Denver;,^  !���  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NQ FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address , i|  VV. C.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON. |  An Unprecedented  to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Mother Lode.  The Mother Lode group of six  claims, belonging to the B. C. Copper  company of New York, is situated  about three miles west of the town of  Greenwood.    The development work  Quartz veins with values in gold or  silver, oi both, are widely distributed  in the district. They are known to  occur along the hills on both sides of  Boundary creek, around Long Lake,  six to eight miles from Greenwood, on  both sides ofthe North Fork of Kettle river, up the West Fork of Kettle  river, and at Camp McKinney.  Around Greenwood, which is on  Boundary creek, they are now having  close attention, and in several instances are returning profits to those  operating them. In the early nineties  a few score tons were packed over the  mountains and hauled thence to the  railway" at Marcus, Washington, at a  cost of about,$30 per ton, and yet after paying high mining, freight and  treatment costs, left a margin to the  good for the enterprising pioneer lode  miners of the Boundary. About the  same time a small stamp-mill was put  in at Boundary Falls, in an attempt to  recover gold from near-by gold-quartz  veins, but it was only an experimental  plant.  Of the high grade properties around  Greenwood the Providence, Elkhorn  and E. P. U. are the best developed,  with a dozen others being actively  and profitably operated.  <pd��ftd  2.50  2 JO  Causa of Lockjaw.  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 heal and soften the skin and remove grease,  oil and rust .itains, paint ami and earth, etc., use  the "Master Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mfrs  Subscribe for the Phoenix Pioneer.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  year   ........   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year '......: ... -----  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  ���.���.   /'Including Handsome PortraitN  y*)ai    ^ofKiug Edward, 17x22 inches.,/   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year.....   Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  -��-  DRINK  ���  Made from the BEST MALT and PUREST  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having it.  PHOENIX BREWERY,  Standard  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  Ave. and Ban-nkk St. :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  i o a o a e-o-��-��-s  .���������� ttiiaoHa ���������  Practical Horseshoeing. Blacksmlthlng,  Dominion A��e., Phoenix, B. C.  ��isoeeoo��oeeo0O*����e��eoaae��0  WEBB & MAYNARD  General Painting and  .  . Sign Writing  G��*einwood, B. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   'Phone 53,  We make good bread,      Try it,  . .C. W. GREER, Proprietor.  ���  1  in.  ������;{���#  ��� i S7  '������:m  :m  Mi  ���J7'if  IP  7:7i|  "    ��    I       ���  -f&*(��M>> y_Miiillil  mm  m  sen  m  m  My,  Sfc-S/s  THE PHOENIX PIONBBR  Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp.  Hotel Balmoral  Any subscriber to the Phoenix | Each one is a foot long. What is?  I loneercan get the Montreal Familv f u'hy those panoramic views ofPhdenix  Herald and Weekly Star free for rest | ''���>' G- B- R. Kinney up at Black's  of 1904 hy simply paying up his sub- i.'^'^O' s*-ore.  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Corner Knob Bill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, Ii. C.  ,. J. A. WcMASTER  Proprietor.  jl~ LOCAL JOTTINGS  1  !  - Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For'International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  Dr.  Simmons,   dentist,  McMillan  block, Oct. 13 to 16.  J.R. Brown, M.P.P., of Greenwood,  is the father of a bright little son.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Nov 10th  to 14th.  See Mrs. Almstrom for Millinery at  her residence,, on lower Dominion  avenue.  Safety first, profit next, these factors  for thirty-four years have placed the  Mutual Life of Canada as the true  policy-holder's Company to insure in,  where your savings are safe and profitable. Get Mortimer to give you  figures.  scription or paying for a year in advance. This is an offer worth taking  advantage of���getting, the best paper  in the Boundary and the best weekly  in the east at a low figure. A $2 bill  will do the trick, and it can come by  either mail, telegram, or Marconi-  gram.  It is Highly Injurious  To use a cheap drastic physic. Safest  remedy for constipation and ��� torpid  liver is Dr. Hamilton's..Pills' of ��� Mandrake and Butternut which loosens the  bowels without griping pains. Use only  Dr. Hamilton's Pills.    Price 2 -re.  -���-���-���-���  BULBS  HYACINTHS,  TULIPS,  FR'ESIAS,  CROCUSES,  SACRED LILIES, ETC.  t  1  t  i  Miners' Union Hall  ONE NIGHT  ONLV  BOYLE,  THE DRUGGIST.  -���-���-���-���-r-*-*  1  You Can Get  THE FINEST FRUITS that grow  and THE FINEST CIGARS and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new  store of,   Alex McRae/  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc.  Hardy Block,   - Dominion Ave. I  >eB,G Assay  VANCOUVER. BC    U  Direct Importers of Assayed W,  fole Awnta in B. C. for tC     ufpkl-  Battersea Crucibk*   Mi* *'-'*ita��,  etc. 8ellin_ ����������w?L??Lr'fl����. Mqfl?  Co'sSpecialtiea CarvPn��_  ' % B*iin  etc.  I* Borax.  hor- -Platinum, QnfrkellvS b^T**  im and aU ileavv Oh: ,fil1".  Complete Assay Outfit,   f      U,r��'  ��..or,notice?ttffi0^ey  "A Midnight Disturber," and "Deep  Calling to Deep", will be the topics in  the Presbyterian church tomorrow.  Contractor Munroe is improving the  Brooklyn hotel to the extent of some  $600 for E. P. Shea, the proprietor.  Don't worry. Get Mortimer to insure you. Life, Fire, Accident or Sickness in the best English and Canadian  Companies.  Wednesday, November 16th, is the  date set by the Ladies' Aid of the  Presbyterian church for their annual  bazaar and concert.  , John Inglis, employed at the Greenwood smelter, sustained injuries by  falling into a hole early this week, and  is now at the Greenwood hospital.  * Good pointers are essential in  any j  business.   I* would be pleased to give  you some good pointers on the good j  qualities of the Mutual Life of Canada.'  Ed. H. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  Harold Nelson and company gave  , performances Monday   and   Tuesday  '   evening at Miners' , Union hall,  that  pleased the large audiences present.He  will*be here again next Wednesday  evening.       ��   ,   , *      1   \  G. C.  McGregor,   who had been  cashing time checks  here,  and was  taken to the hospital 'suffering with ty-  ^���������phoid fever, was removed to Greenwood last week, and is now convalescing in good shape.  *. Dcn't fool with your duty to your  ��� family, but see to it at once that your  ' next policy will be with the Mutual  Life of .Canada, where you get- rooc.  on thtt'dollar of ihe profits. Ed. Mortimer, -agent' 7 '  * ] John .Nelson, in charge of the Unit-  ��� ed,States geological survey, died*last  'week-at'the Grand Forks hospital from  an overdose of chloral, administered  by himself. The remains were shipped to Washington, D. C.  Active construction began this week  on the new block being built by Mayor  Rumberger on Dominion avenue, adjoining Morrin, Thompson & Co.'s  -store. The Thomas Drug Co., of  Greenwood will occupy the lower  floor. - ,  Chamberlain's Coucb Remedy.  No one who is acquainted with  it's  good qualities can he surprised at  the  great   popularity    of    Chamberlain's  Cough   Remedy.    It not only  cures  colds and grip effectually and permanently, but prevents ihese diseases irom  resulting in pneumonia.    It is also a  certain   cure   for   croup.    Whooping  eough  is not dangeroug when   this*  remedy   is   given.    Tt   contains    not  opium or other harmful substamce and  may be given as confidently to a. baby  as to an adult.    It is also pleasant to  take. When all of these facts are taken  into consideration it is not surprising  that people in foreign lands as well as  at   home,   esteem  this remedy very'  highly and very few are willing to take 1  any other alter having once used  it.  For sale by al) druggists.  "The Minor Scene is ont of the cleverest things ever done  o�� a London stage."���London Daily Chronicle.  Fiist time heie of ihe "Hilaiious Sufficiency,"  "MY FRIEND FROM INDIA''  H. A. Du Souchet's Fnicic.il Comedy in three acts,.inteipreted by  WALKER'S   COMEDIANS  a company of Metropolitan Playeis umlei the management of Mr. C.P.Walker  "The funniest play of the season.     Will make you laugh till the lea, s  roll down your cheek,."���N. V. Herald.  Prices  $1.00 and 75c.  Reserved seats at Thos.������Brown's.  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  Special attention is called lo our  new line of Stationery, including  everything needful for correspondence or accounting in the  office or in the home.  You will find it well worth  while to examine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  X ������  ���     Dominion Ave  1     Telephone No. 28.  Houses to Rent. City Property for Sale ii  -hare? in all the leading mines bought and !l  sold, information-about. J'lioeuix-aud the I  Boundary country given on application        I  t  I  t  **    Phoenix, B. C. ''  Clothing I  I hereby give notice that on the 7th day of November. 1904, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the forenoon nt the  Court House, Palrview. I ,M1 offer for sale by ������bl.c auction, the Minora. Claims of the porxms in the list here-  ...after set out, of which Crown srant, have been Issued, for all -inpaUl tavos and for the expen.ea of advert!^  and other charges, If the total amount due is not sooner paid.  The BEST. Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of satisfied     '  customers.    If you don't  believe it come  and examine goods.  A Full Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, _W___  just arrived.    All new seasonable goodVat old     M**  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. . &��dby-mc_ih��_ik wjc.  ' DOMINION AV_.,.PH0EJHX,  List Above Mentioned.  Cheap Fall  Owner's Name,.  $100 Reward, $100.  Aiundeli, C. H \.  Fairview Uold Mining  Company   Fairview  Gold Ailning Company   i'airview Gold Mining  Company   Fairview Uold Mining Company   Fairview uoiu .utiiiti.   company   Dominion Consohuateu Mine-j Compunj  Dominion Consolidated Mines Comp_n.>  Dominion consolidated inlne-s <jonip_ii^  Fairview Con. uold Mining COJipany..  FairvjiMV uun. uoiu Mining Co.upciny..  Fan-view con. Cola Mining Company..  Fturview <~on. (jOiu Mining Co.iipa.ny..  Fan \ lew Con.  _oid Mining Company.  Fairview Con.  _ola Mining Company.  Fairview Cou. uoiu Mining company.  I'Fairview Con, uoici Mining Company..  Fairview Con, Uold Alining coaipany..  Fan*view Con. Uold Mining Comp_n>'..  Fairview* Con. liom Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Go*d Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company..  Name and Description of Claim  Lot   No.  Amount of   Costs  Taxes Due  Total  1075  664  837  83S  665  477  1596  1597  1595  647  '26  lemt__oli?ISfilih��1f,iSa|lllBr w"1 be Plfaseil to Fairview Con. Gold Mining Company  tett^iVn^le0^^!^^^ H- T- Shelto�� ���* others P  .^.��.v�����uu ran ouie io cure In ail H��  stages, andthatis Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh cure  is tbe only positive cure now known to the  Imedical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional tredt-  ment. Hall's catarrh Cure is taken internally,  actingdireo ly upon tbe blond sndmucousBur-  , faces of the system, thereby de'troylng the  foundation of the dlsoHse, nnd giving tbe patient strength by building up the constitution  and assisting nature In <i<*iu�� its \vorl>. The  proprietors have so much faith In its curative  powers that they offer one II uiidreti Dollats for  any case that it falls to cuic. , Send for list of  testimonials.  Address: V. J. CHENEY _ CO , Toledo, Ohio.  Sold bv druggists, 75c. *  .. Take Mall's Family Pills ibrcoiistipallou.  This Shorthand i�� totally different tn ��,,���,_  It takes weeks to learn In lr_io_l of mnniJle���'  you to corresponding style, the ���th   the 1 h.5i  ZlU8rerqu!tee._^,1Ic0X- Us80n�� "�����" b>-  ^^��_��^ta*rfS.-  supply you -j-Jth 0 ,lclv. m st&l(i hand on? a,u  chInees!rOm'10tO?l'M-   Wedo ��ot "re*]*Tt ml  .M^taJ_T_sjsh,^jaxwsuS'_r  SSS: d__SB 2?g_7^&r C:  Imperial Bank   v.cto ia, P. * Box ,-6    {)i��W  Jranches throughout ___& Sjf, VhortVy'^'  ;Watches,  Jewelry,  )airing��  We can �� Wstcli" yo.i at almost anv  price, from tlie good, eve wiay t.mepiew  to the expensive adjuster! clironomeler  ...Our Jewelry and Cut Glass stock  wil be fonnr] just what vou desire to  make a selection from.  In repairing we are prepared to take  care of anything in this line.  The Jeweler.  Knob Hill Ave,  H. T. Slielton and others    H. T. Slielton and others   P. C. McArthur and A- Woodcraft..  P. C. MeAitliur and Jus.  Bluck   P. C. McArthur and D. Black   J. FraBer Campbell   J. Frueer Campbell ,   William Small       A. Megraw and others   Adams B. C. Company   Adams B. C. Company   Nattonul Development Company,. Ltd.  National D'eveloiwuent Company, Ltd.  Natlonul Development Company, Ltd.  M. McMillan and others   Julius Bretliour   Oro Fino Mines Co   Lemon Gold M. & M. Co   ���Wm;  Edwards  (estate)   JVC. Fisher   W. L. Niclioll and others   Beaumont Leather   Beaumont Leather   Smuggler Gold M. Co   E. Hammond and others   G. R. Naden and E. B. Webster   G. A. Guess   C   Nelson and B. Cook.....   John Irving.   Jno. Douglass and others   Jno. Douglass and otlieis '.   A. 13. Asheroft   A. E. Anhcroft   A. E. Asheroft   A. E. Asheroft   |A. E. Asheroft   A. E. Asheroft   A. E. Asheroft   F.. J.'.Finucane and others   J. E. Fan*   E. Boing nnd S. Mangott   J. T. Bell and others   D. James nnd others   Oro Fino Mines Co   V. & Boundary Creek Mining Co.  C   deBIols Green.....   A. M. Winston   B. H. John and H. Cathcart   C. DeB.l Green and otliers   F. H. Wollaston   J. T. Bell and others   P. B. Stanhope and Jr P. McLeod..  J. T. Bell nnd J. P. Anderson   J. T. Bell and G. A. RendeU   A. E. Asheroft nnd N. E. Peterson..  N. B. Peterson and P. A. LIridhurg  A. MegraWt,,   C. Newman and J. Peterson   W. H. Crflfjr and W. W. Craig   Le Frenz Talt and Rallton   Mica wher   Atlas.   Belmont  Fraction   Gilpin Fraction   Daisy   Joe Dandy   A D A   Fairview   Dominion   California ,   Big Horn I  ���-��  Comstock     720  Jubilee Fraction I 941  Diamond Fraction     943  Elmore / 739  Exchange Fraction v....  Fanny Morris   Fortune      Highland Chief   Mammoth   Nightingale   Ocean Wave   Orlllin   Black Prince   Quarte Queen   Randolph   Reliance   Tin Horn   White Swan   Shamrock.  Bootblack   Mayflower   Accidental:   (Alfred   Black   {Green Mountain   Banner   Granite   Balmoral;   Big Bug   Chickamln   Divide ",..!  Excelsior   Homestnkc.   Golden  Crown   Homes take.   Islander   Independence   Lemon   North Star ','  (Nickerson   Rocky Point   Robin Hood.   Assayer   Smuggler   Silver Ciown   Something Good   Susie   St. John '.!".'."  Vancouver   No. 2   No. 3. ,'.'..,.  Temcraire Fraction!!  Loot Horse   Joe   Dandy   Old Kentucky   Emma Fraction   I Texas Fraction   iRiley   Rambler Fraction   Mexico   Gold Hill   Bell   I Powis.   Oro Fino.   Okanagan   Achme   Rosie   Victoria   Webfobt. '.'.      White Knight   \ Benver   J Cornwall   Highlander Fraction..  Highland  Lass   Kackla   Nickel   Plate   Rock Creek   Silver Dollar   Richelieu.   Bullion.   936  544  940  742  ��45  2>j5  850  9S5  S*37  549  7.11  i)M  720  b00  770  X5D3  U'Sil  ���u:a4  IfcOJ  [1602  f li.80  If 85  11.60  923  799  SOd  11*0G  1&04  lt'Oj  <i4i)  1090  1449  50  1587  1903  802  ����9  991  082  442  1451  1S17  803  343  2440  2441  2118  2119  2120  2121  2122  2124  2123  2297  2867  1916  2343  946  1448  3074  1943  2523  1446  I3C81  2342  12671  12344  2S41  |2?47  2843  2527.  2842  942  734  Rates  Prom Phoenix.  World's Fair Rates  I.nst sellinn dates,   Oct.   27, 28, & 29  St. Louis $62.75.        Chicago $67.75  Corresponding reductions from all  Kootenay points.  For full paiticuiars apply to local  ngents.  G. Clark, E.J.Covlk,'  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, _: C.   Vancouver. B C  J. S. Caktek,IX P. A.  Nelson, H.('..  tr^V.VVfVmfV.V.VfV  Black's Hotel<   Dominion Avkkue, PHOENIX, ��. C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  liar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  GREENWOOD  Telephone No. 3,.  New Shoe Store  A. Maslonka.  FOKMEKI.V  OK   NELSON,  hue opuii'il a ncu' Shoe Shop  in I In;  M��i*r.fi*n*^ ndercf>ii liiiiMinir,  on Firat Street.  Boots and Shoes Made and Repaired  in Li test SIvIph.hik! on short notice.  A trial solicited.  A. Maslonka,  Fikht Sthekt, Phoknii. 1  COMPANY..  IlOUNfMRV   AOENTS  FOR  ��Pabsfs Celebrated Beer-  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  lWholesale   WINES,   LIQUORS  and CIGAA'S.  Ord Pr��mpt attem,'on to Telephone  Greenwood, B. C.  MMES McCREATH,  1 PROP.  Thomas Drug Co.  Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones.      A  full   line of  mitricul goods  always  in   stock. I ing, Bedroom and l^iS, Fu^"'  I ry us by phone or mail. Come an*! see and pick  out bargain!.  (:''ving up Marsh uuKk 0Klnj, |0  faise in rem.  Emire Fin nisliings in  the Maish block, ip-  ���cfudin'g   House-keqi-  '���11:  For Sale  I.G'tUKXWOOD. J], C.  Oranby Exchange  You Are   In Vited to come and inspect our new arrivals in.  en s Shitts -p  The newest of this season's patterns in Negligee and Outing Shirts. ������,, s  iw'JLJi '".��������� fil'  a  o  ��  stock of Ladies' and Gents^ Furnishing Goods,  ^^ngCS i!^ ^ P^ces in Ladies', Men's andChil-  dren. s shoes are the best in the city*  THE  ���BWIRVIBW, B. a, 6tl�� October, 1904.  Assessor Kettle River Assessment District.  : Dominion Avenue ^��  &  e  ���  e  e  ���  ���  e  e  ���  e  0  ��  0  o  0  0  o  0  0  o  v��  r    ��  Jif'*?  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