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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 21, 1905

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Array f' '-*��� 11/- 1 ���*���--*  W,M  J>  i na  "r^  Boundary Mines Pi o-  duced $12,500,000 in  value withm five years.  ' ^B'4Ja���  iVe  " ^'6;  *��!>  **��Oi  \ND  '   is the Cent|e  trcrypr-;-.j '-,*- imd ^Leading Mining  BOUNDARY i.imiTOIG fJOURNs^^^ ^  Devoted to the Interests of.the Boundary, Mining district     ���, , v���  ^41905c  <*��>  \ oi. VI.  "Twryi  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. OCjlOUER 21,   ino;  tL| j %\  THE  J3ig Stcxre  1     ��� f * i 1    ' ��  ���.��  ���;tJ  No. 50.  *  i.sno\y':i#a#y;'for the fall trade with  the.'HtegSst and best selected stock  " ever'shown in the Boundary Country.  Dry Goods Depi.  ' ^ Complete line'in ladies and  ��� ^ Children's,/ Coats, Furs,  . fc, Silk Goods, Fancy Waists,  : w Golfers,' Tanis and Winter  Underwear, all the very  .-. latest j sty Igs..'  Men's Furnishing Dept.  . In this department  our  new goods are all here.  Campbell's Clothing, Roy-  al.Brand Overcoats, Carss  Mackinaws, Slater Shoes,  f' Big Horn Brand Shirts and ,��� . -  : Underwear,      Knit-to-Fit    *'  .  .Sweaters,   W.   G.   &   R.  k ' Shirts and Collai s, Perrins" "  Gloves.     New    styles 'in   '  Fa"'l Hats'and Caps.  We are doing the business; get in With the rush.  Wc3 Guarantee  Our  _ijV:;^ fo be Ri��ht.  Prices  * --. _  THE    &M&    iSTOFt&  SILVERWARE.  We have just opened up^the  largest and most Complete Stock pt  Silverware ever- shown in-Phoenix.  .GoldChased Baker, a beauty,$10.00  . .Call and-see  what we have  in Plated and  Sterling goods  and Cut Glass.  FINANCING  NEW RAILWAY  Midway -&, Vernon .People  in Boundary. <,  ?;J A. A.  Arthur, of New York,  the Head.  Boundary Miiiing Notes  * I   /  v-J *f* <  A parly, including the financial end  0f"iherMitfw3y' "SfVefnon railway^now  under" coiisjttuction" from Midway to  Verticil* aljodrS similes, arfive'd^in  Phoenix from the VoUst over/the* Great  Northern Wednesd-iy ni^ht/ (dV the  purpose of going'over the right of, way  of the line as far as possible. In the  party were Alexander A. Arthur, of  New York: Frederick O. Harvey, M.I,  M.M., a noted mining engineer, of  London, England, and C 13 Schmidt,  an agricultural and irrigation expert  from Pueblo,* Colorado. They were  met by Chief Engineer Lackie,, of, the  Midway & Vernon, and Thursday was  ���.pent in looking at the Granby mines,  thG Prov'dence mine by the courtesy  of President Mark F Madden, and the  B C. Copper Co 's snielter at Green  vood, in company with \V. C.Thomas,  of ihe Dominion Copper Co.  Yesterday.,jthe* paHy started with  carriages,- foi .Carmi, : n the west fork  of K��ft;tl*.nver, about 50 miles from  Midway, the center of one 01 the richest mining1 districts of the province,  winch \f i]i be served by the, ne.\ line  of railway. , On^their return "they w ill  proceed by rail to Vernon-over ihe C  P. R.T, wjience'they will again take carriages and thence go over much of the  rich agricultural territory that will be  tributary to the railway when -com  pleted  '1 he geutltraetiJMjr*, Ailhur^brousbi  with him are specialists of high standing in their respective lines/ and,thay  mil advise*as to the torna-e possibili-  Uls of the country"to oe^tVaverse 1  Mr IIac\e) ha* just been nnestigatitig  mineral resources in Co 01 ado, Utah,  Ari/oiu vand _ Nevada for English  clients, and he was surprised andgiati-  fied to,note !lhe ���J<tensi ve.- and systematic scale on which mining is being  carried ��Hii.t.v.PlXQenijt:;;; He' had- no  idea that such mines existed in British  Columbia' as the Granby proposition,  and said that% English investors were  not aware of it, as a rule.  'While Mr. Aithur would not talk  before he had made^his trip into the  mineral and'a'gricultural sections to be  traversed by the Midway .& Vernon, it  is understood Ahat it, is already prac-  tic.illy.decided that he will finance and  build ,the - entire line, and ihat the  pa|-ers>vilLbe:finalJy- signed5on,:his : re-  .t'urh frpih the trip, if bis te.clinical nien  report-fa vor-abiyy'tth'ch is fuly beljtved  ti>':lVeU'i'foft:c,)l''^ conelu's'ioii, so well  ami lavom'lily'are lhii'-'jiolentialilies ol  'iliat s'cfit'ii known; Ral| h' SiiVa.lcs,  ���of'tiVoeiiw-ooJ, also accompanied the  '1 lift;-.''"-/'-- '.   ^ ' _'  ���" '- \  : .     . Ruwl.iigi'ltssuli*.  fTbe fol ���wing-table-five's the games  ,woii.:>iii-Jiluii.ibyieach.,.tcti'iiVvund   the  uerceiitage-s up lo   'riiujs j ���>��� night, inclusive:    ��� ������-���-���  . jV ~ ,- Trami  f Score  "Grimes  Won  Pames Per  I.ofct   Cent  Martin.     .  . .'...lllj  I  3    250  Crawford "/  .'���. . . 2062  3  I      75��  Sinilh ���. ..-.  +.��� . . 2020^  0  4        ������  rBirnie . .''.-..  . .-. - 2005  3  ...   IOOO  Stephens...  ....2062  i'  2    333  DeVoin. ,t.  . ... 2104  3  ��    750  rjouchef X  . .'���������2��.:;7  . i:.20S7  1  ���' 3'  t    500  1    75��  Siruizel.. .  m-r ���������:���::  Friday���  .' -Satur.lay  ���������-2��32  :������.:. sor-2.  Voucher 2  ��� Smith  3      -������  ��� 2      1    666  087, Dey 1936.  1998,   DeVoin  207S.  ..Monday-  ���Martini  2115,  Stephens  2062.  ' Tuesday-  -Strut'zel  2032,  Crawford  20O2.  Thursda)  ���Smith  2020,  Boucher  20��3.,;     .  Odd Fellows'Jhanksglving Ball.  Preparations are now complete for  the fourth annual ball to be given  next week Thursday by Showshoe  Lod��e No. 46, I. O. O. F. Tne occasion will be the holiday event of the  month, coming as it does on the anniversary of Thanksgiving day. Arrangements have been 11 inde for $up  per, and the music"wi|l he (he best that  ca'n'' lie had," 'Members of the lodge  are confident that this will be tlv; most  "Successful of any ball they have yet  given.-,-- =->  1 An important ort find is reported  from the Prince ttenry'and Abercratg.  h The compressor at/- the Helen, was  started this week, and the mine' Has a  two foot paystreak in the bottom of the  shaft.     .  ,  J It is reported from New York that  B. C. Copper shares recently had a  sharp rise, selling uprtp $9 per share.  The par value'is $5 per share. ,  , TJic Qres.cept, inine^ ���a>, couple of  n*)iles below Phoenbj,, was awarded, the  diploma, for the" Ij^st. display of silver  ore at the Spokane Interstate fair-  ��� Over 900 feet of development- has  been done on the Lakeyicw andyDivid  erid claims,'near'Os'oXp03! .which were  bonded^lairt "summer}, by thet ^janby  Co. 'John RogerV'is'ih'ch'arge^ofthe  work.     '   ' '    "' \ ���  " The matter of converting the present  steam to electric; drive for the mine  machinery at the Mother Lode mine is  under consideration. * The company's  smelter discarded steam more than a  year ago.  ' ��� Orders have been placed for a ten  horse electric hoist for the Crescent  and,a hxejiorse^elecjpc hoisj^for^the  Preston, through E. G. Warran, .of  Green.vood, fromlffiiej Denver^JEpgin  eering Works,, ofj,Derjurer,vColo.-v .��t-^  f Next weeky Wednesday the annual  meeting of the Providence Mining Co,  mlfbe held at Greenwood. President  Madden has been irTthe Boundary for  a week or twcs; and John B. Heeney,  the * secretary-treasurer, arrived last  Mjnday. Next Monday' a party of  of Chicago men, witfc Iad|es will arrive  al Greenwood," to^heVpresent at the  jneeting. ' The annual rerJortis already  Jout. "'���*> Z^*.rr.     .-���-*  The new board of* directors of the  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co, which  started work last week, is as follows  President, Phil McDonald; vice-president, James Sutherland, secretary-  treasurer, and manager, Dr. J E.  Spankie, directors, H. ' V. Fuller, R.  P. Williams, H. P. Dickinson and E.  G. Warren. A force ot eight men is  employed at present. " W. H Jeffrey,  M.E^., is in charge at^e mine.  NEKLQEEC1ALSJ,  'HW-tilttNBY  A  SameX&'t4 'Re-elected at An  ---    ��,' nual Meeting.  ASK RAILWAY, TO COMPLETE.  k>ii�� /;i.''\  ^  Held Last  Tuesday In New  "York.    *  '     '  NAPOLEON IS  SHIPPING ORE  [i'he adjourned annual meeting of  the shareholders of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power  ,Co , Ltd , ^as held last Tuesday at the  company's eastern office, 52 Broadway,  New York. - It resulted m the re-election of the entire old board of directors  and officers for "the ensuing year, as  follows :  Jay P. Graves, of S,>okane, was reelected vice-president and general manager.. Directors elected were . W. H  Nichols, John S an ton, George Mai tin  Luther, George C. Claik, George F.  Baker. Jr., Payne Whitney, all of New  York; Henry Lee Iligginson and Arthur C James, of Boston, W. II. Robinson, of Granby, "Quebec, and A L.  White, of Spokane. Besides Mr.  Giaves tin, officers reelected weie  Jacob Langeloth, president, Northrup  Fowler, secretary; George W Wooster,  treasurer; A. B. \V.' Hodges, general  superintendent, and O. B. Smith, Jr.,  mine superintendent, ^ "*  : The annual statement of the company has not yet been made public,  but it is pretty, well known that it is  the most favorable show.ng yet made  by the Granby Consolidated.  In financial circles in Boston, the  announcement of a dividend at the  rate of fi\e per cent has been expec  ted, but announcement regarding this  has not been received as yet. This  week-Granby shares went as high as  $8.75 on the Boston stock exchange.  ScbooltStrMt<aaft 0Mtaia*��feW7.*SfeiMl*��B*  -.  ���-'���'_-,V"Ftoirt��fc!.,-i <-.'-   ,-  ** "Mayor Kiimberger and Aldermen'  Marshall, Birnie and Brown were pres- j  ent at Wednesday's meeting of the'eity  council, when a motion was passed  directing the city clerk to write the  Great Northern railway, asking them  to complete their work on Dominion  avenne and school street, according to  the agreement. '  ' The mayor and city, clerk were authorized to make the several payments  to H. A.. Wright, contractor for the  building of the new city hall, on, the  endowment of the building committee.  On being approved by the finance  committee the following accounts were  ordered paid: ��� '     " --v'- *"  J. B. Macaulay *.. .$ 58 00  K. B. Boucher     25 00  JAKElttlLP.. J  FROM CASCADE  Dominion Coppef.Co. to Dis-  card^Stea^n.  B. C. Telephone Co    10  J1'. K'iott  15  R. \. Chisholm  ...'.'.    '    . 2  Mcfntyre & McDonald.... 31  30  75  45  00  Decide Also to,, Blow in thej^  Smelter*  John McGann.       3 00  Following is statement of city clerk  regarding city finances:  '  Cash on hand last report.. .$1,323 01  Realty taxes collected    2.467 00  Police court fi-ies       230 00  City cemetery         10 00  Total ....    _. $4,035 ����  Paid out by order of council    131  55  Balance on hand $3.9��3 46  EIGHT FURNACES  IN OPERATION  Twenty Tons Daily to Green-  5   ?      wood Smelter.,- -:  ������-������     -    ."���      -r      --I-..J*'"<:-.'   ���;     |:1 f.-  Italian Contractors 'Arrested by  U. Si ^Officers;  ���RecefatryftH6;'fifittsh'itf6lumBwi*Gop:  per Co. took a bond on the Napoleon  mine, near ���;Boyd^ six-.rniles1 tK^s side  of Marcus, Wash., .from P. Burns &  Co., who had -secured >the'/'property.  Last wgek"HaVry"���Johns''went down' to  the property- and took ehargeof the  deyelopniehf, wo^tf.. .'.The .raipe! is now  shipping,to-the Greenwood-smelter at  the rate of^apout'-^'gtorix'daily;, sevefa.l  cars having already been-: t*Geivfct�� and  treated^" "The ore carrf!es'"ah'excess, of  iron, with sulphur; and othcr-valire-s,  and is just what;is^wantcid.'by the-IJ-i^.'  Copper Co. It was^-'see'urod/by r'K  Bums & Co, to niix^with 'tli'e'.siiicio.iis  ���.���re's of tho. First Thought at-Orient,  which has been shipping, steadily,to,.ijH;  Northport smelter,, but is-.now-shifipinji  to ihe. Granby..,.works. ,....TJte ,'Northpqf.t  smelter- was blown out-lhis week, the  LeRoi ores .'now1 >goihgi; to- the 'Iha.'U  smelter.'"'' ;-; '      I  When the B. C. Copper Co. took  hold of the Napoleon a number ajf  Italians were working on a contract;  They had come from this side of the  line, having been railroading but they  overlooked the American immigration  laws, now being stiictly enlorced. Ajs  a result, a few'days ago, the United  States officers appeared there, arretted  17 of King Emmanuel's subjects, ana  took them off to Northport, to explain  their presence in Uncle Sam's land.   I  Change In CPR. Time Tables.  On Sunday, October; 29th, a ..new  time table will go into effect on the C  P.. R. system in ifie;'Kootenay and  Boundary, the main object being to  use the Slocan lake route and save  something like 12 hours in the present  schedule from the Kootenay to the  coast.. Passengers, from, the Boundary,  it is slid, will not he able to, make- this  Saying hqwevef. ��� ��� Ronton will ho exchanged, for Nelson as the | oint for  making changes generally for the coast,,  and an improved equipment is to be  placed     on     the      Boundary      run  , F.rst Heavy Snowfall  T  The first hea\\ snowfall of the sea  son visited the Boundary early this  week, and was general throughout this  section. In Phoenix some eight or  ten inches fell Monday and Tuesday,  .ajud runners were in use on ihe streets  for,several days. Temporarily it delayed operations somewhat on* the new  buildings being put up, ��� but work, is  again in full sw;ing. " The oldest of old  .timers here are divided on the question as-to whether-the snow will stay  ���for.the winter, as it is years, since such  a heavy fall was known .so early in October. The mercury, also succeeded  in getting down to about 15 degrees of  frost, which is still more unusual here  so early jn the season.  Granby's  -Full   -Battery  Commission.  In  Plant   Is _ Smelting   . Nearly  3,006,Tor^ Daily.  A' Correction.  The attention of the Pioneer has  been called to an error inadvertently  published in our last issue regarding  the management of ihe Mother Lode  mine.  On account of the greatly increased  field "of operations of the British Columbia Copper Co., Ltd., and to facili-  iate;ihe business of..live company, Mr.  Frederic Keffcr" has beeti' relieved of  the duties of general manager and has  been appointed-.eng-ineer-for the company's mining department, in charge of  all;its mines and mining operations,  and with his headquarters' at the New-  York office.  ��� Mr. j. E. McAllister has been made  manager of the local plant, in charge of  smelting department, ore purchases,  freights and other business affairs apart  from the active-control of the mines.  * Mr. W. C: H. Wilson has been  placed, in charge of the accounting department of the company, having supervision of all accounts, and accountants  at its various mines, smelter and Greenwood office.,.   :. ,   ;..,,.   ..    .    .--.-.-   .:.-  ������-. George H. Mea'd returned yesterday  from a week's trip to Vancouver.  "���" Messrs. Morgan, Yerkes and Adams,  Great" Northern officials, were here yesterday,'coming  in Supt. Morgan's private car. .....They   were   shown   around  by T. R ..D-ruinrnpnd, manager of the  Dominion, Copper Cq.j/a.nd afterwards  Went to boundary Falls and Midway.  J. W'aterford Reed and wife came in  Saturday night from their honeymoon  trip to Portland and Seattle. Mrs,  Reed was formerly Miss Blanche Covert, the couple being married on September 28th at Portland.      They have       started housekeeping on Old Ironsides  Trains wiTl'leaveVhoenix^ra'i'io p.m., I avenue, and will be at home to friends  andarrive at 4:10 p. mw v 1 after November 1st.  After many delays in getting everything ready, yesterday Supt. Hodges  succeeded in getting the last one of  the eight furnaces blown in at the  Gianby smt Iter, the full battery now  being in compltte operation. It was  expected that this would be done sev  eral days ago, but. unforeseen delays  prevented. The " furnaces'. are'_now  using up from 2,70.0. to 3,000 tons of  ore per day,taking somewhat more than  usual because the two new and larger  blast furnaces are smelting about 500  tons Of ore per day tfpiece. This jvill  likely be reduced a_ little afte;r they  have been used for a.time. ���..-<���  -;. As a consequence of- the increased  tonnage at the smelter both the C. P.  R. and Great. Northern are now taking  out increased quotas, pf ore, the regular output from the camp being greater than ever before.in its. history. ��� The  mine force, also, has been somewhat  increased gradually:"-  Latest Prices In AleUU.  New York���Cojiper, eleetrolytte, $16.-  27>s@*lG.li2>��; lake. $Kf:37^"@ lir.75'"  Bar Silver, (11% - �� '   .  i.e:ui. $4 85 nt $4:00.-  ���  The   Dominion-Copper "Co.  this  week arranged to secure one hundred  horse power from the Cascade  Power  concern, for'the operation dPthe compressor     at    the     Brooklyn     mine,'  which   is   now    steam     driven,   but '  arranged for rope drive.    This electric-  power will  be  used as soon  as  the"  motors, transformers, etc., are received ,  and connections made, and   will- give  the company  .ample power  for  the -  machinery plant   now installed,   and  until another and larger electric hoist  and compressor are received.  The company has also at last  practically decided to operate the old smelter at Boundary Falls,   which  it  took  over from  the    Montreal*&"Boston'"  Consolida'ed,   when   the   mines  were  purchased, and to operate^ it, at least,  for a time.    Lack of  adequate dumping ground fot the-slag from the smelt  er was one of-the  drawbacks  against  blowing  in    the   smelter  again,''but  ground has  been  secured  ample  for  slag dumping purposes for a couple of   ���  years.    Before that tune expires it will  be possible to build a larger and more  modern   smelter  m   a  location   more -  suitable lor the purpose.  Within the last week the force of  miners employed by the company in  this camp has been somen hat increased, and as soon as M. Al Johnson/the  consultiug engineer, arrives again from  Utah; more activity is anticipated to be_  shortly thereafter prevailing at both  mines and smelter.  Inspected Cascade Power Plant.  Oliver Wethered, of London, England, who is a director in the West  Australian Goldfields, Ltd., having a  large interest in the Casc'tde power  plant, accompanied by S. S. Fowler,  manager of the Cascade Water, Power.  & Lk,ht Co., Ltd., and William Anderson, engineer for the company, were in  the Boundary this week, and inspected  the power works at Cascade, as well as  the sub-stations at Greenwood, Phoe-'  nix and Grand Forks.  Before Mr. Wethered left the old  country, it was published that he was  coming here to look into the advisability of increasing the power facilities  at Cascade, possibly by the use of a  steam unit, to meet increasing demands  for power in this section. Nothing  along this line hns been given out,  ho.vever, since his arrival. Mr. Wethered also visited the Ymir mine at  Yiuir, in which he is interested, and  was greatly pleased with the improved  conditions prevailing there since the  new ore'bodies were discovered.  Boundary ore tonnage.  ���V        The following table giro the ore shipments of Bomularv mines   lor 1900,   Tor tsoitur^  A Hf>'l for 1903 for 1904, ami 1905, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Mine. Camp.  Granby Mines '. '. Phoenix  Snowshoe i..'.iViPhbeirhf  B  C Copper Co.  Mother t.ocle Deadwood  Bonnie Belle ... -.:..:...'./.....Deadwood--  Dominiun Copper Co.        : Rroolclyn-Stemwiuder.'. Phoenix  Kawhide ;.-....-. Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athelslnn-Jackoot - Wellington.  - Morrison .".'... ' "--JJ���--*  1900       1901 1901       1903  64.553   131,7-5*   3<^-8SS   393.71*  ��97        1.731  1904 1905     Week 1  549.7��3   4S��.7>5    !��.14S,  5.340     99,034  30,800     71,213      .,.  141.3*6   138,079    174.298  B C Mine.���   tR. Bell......   Emma   A Oro Denoro   YSenator   Y- Brey Fogle..   I No- 37   Reliance   Sulphur King .'���  Winnipeg   Golden Crowu....  :. Dead wood  ..>-.:..:.,;..vSiriuiiiit ��� 19,494  .-....-...:....Summit    Summit      Summit      :.;... Summit       ....Summit '.'.   .,..,, .,..���Summit   ._    Summit       Summit      Wellington     1,076   Wellington     a.aso  802  550  47,405  650  7.455     '5.73<   5,640  3-339  ��9.3*5  3'JSO  3,070  3.250  ��� .759  4.5S6  137.943     4.i6o <  20    44.*W    *3-.V-5    S55       .��  4.747  150  14.811  560  8,530  King Solomon W. Copper   ..*..-...  No. 7 Mine ...:...:..., .; Central    ....  City ofPaiis White'n     Jewel Long Lake        160  Carmi._ West Fork      Providence ,- Providence      Elkhorn Providence      StrntUuioie ProvMeuce   .:.'.   Skylark Skylark      Last Chance ...:...��� Skylark      E. P. U. Miue Skylatk      Bay Skylark   Mavis Skylark      Don Pedro Rkjlark      Creseent......  .Skylaik      ��� Helen .������.���.���...,��� Greenwood      t Ruby,...���,��������� .....Boundary Falls      Republic Boundary Falls      A Miscellaneous      3,33��  1,040  875  665  2,000  3V>  785  &>S,  482  2,060  890  219  22,��37  15.537  363  2.435  37.960  7.726  16,400  2.794  3,450  1,333  222  364  33  993  400  3.456  167  726  325  52  50  300  33  ISO  30  5W  i.-o  20  4-18  639  255  73  20  40  60  80  J��  Total, tons.���   Smelter treatment���  Granby Uo....���   B. C. Copper Co   Montreal & Boston Con....  96,600   390,800  62,387   230,828          117.611   325  50S.S76  500  750  690.419    829,808   70-J,.)>2    20,6jS I  312,340   401.921  148,600   162.913    132570  596,252  210,484  30.S30  4y,H 2>>  ��� 59 3'N  71.433  ���5.127 ,  4,05S <  Total reduced    62,389   348,439  46��,9-(o   697.404   837.666   729.102   19,185 (  -'���' f 1  'A'HI  - itjt  'a V-  m  m  - <ns  I *'->  k 1 /  ��'?.'  'if S  fir;-*  ',?.;,"  i^Si-u  S'.-'-:->l  m 9}    iU'   I  1)1 W-- 6     \  sir  flsf.' . A  TBSS FKOSRIS PIONSB&.  "W*-  ���   ��� P*ebpl��r Notice efcrtff,^, D2*ffea��*nce - -  when they change from ordinary tea to  '/���  __ aaBBBWt*BaHBBBMBMa*a*aaMP SRWHt'BBHHBaavaBMtaaBaBnnaanHHBV'  There's something about Blue Ribbon that no other  tea has. That something is just quality, put there by  methods of-manufacture and blending the most perfect  yet devised. * Try the Red Label and judge for yourself  Kootexiay Engineering Works  NELSON, B. C  founders and Machinists. Repairing: and Jobbing a Specialty!  >���'' K' "(Manufacturers for the Cbavtoud Dor-nuc Bom Ajcsial Tbauivav Sybtkm, Limited.       - t        ',   ���  Mining and Mill Machinery, Ore Cars, Backets, Tanks, etc. Iron and Braes Castings. A large and complete Block  of Shafting, Supplies, Fittings, etc., always on hand. Pulleys, Flanges, etc., made to order on short notice. All  break-down and repair work rushed through without delay. Estimates for all clauses of work furnished upon application.   Special attention given to null ordeis.   Scrap Iron bought by the carload.  9ffi7* ?od Y*��rkfli B C TPAVIS  Manairer   I*-0. Box 403,  Foot of Park Street. ��- **"'-   ��� l<AVI-'�� manager, Nelson, B. C.  ThtjBhocrux Pioneer  And BaamaUrr Minia* Jomeal.  novas mr cATtrmoATi av tmb  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATPBOBMIZ. I.C.  W. B. WlfLLCOX. Manaokn.  IrinlH. I Btaaiaeaa oflka Mo, 24.  "'   tmcumwi utr abvamcb.  Per Tour ....M......MM ���.......������*�����.�������� ������������.Sa.aa  tie M��aUu...������....��� _ ���.���  i.ij  IfTM An aot ��� aabacriber to this paper, tbla  U as iaTiUUoa t�� voa to beeoaic oae.  -JJ*"-J���-"���^-"r���ii-*)i���ii ���i    ���-|-! i-ii    -i|_   i_ii'i_   ~t_ ~l_'~i_  Bo C MINING  Ore shipments fjrom Boundary mines  for 1905 are now well above 700,000  tons, and while, the tonnage for the  entire year will not. go above the  ml!- o  lion mark, it' will undoubtedly show a j    Rossland ore shipments  last  week  substantial increa-.e over   1904,   when 15,760  tons,  making' 265,333 tons for  c  Church< Services  Tomorrow.  ]  fl  it reached < the comfortable figure of  839,000 tons. Every year shows a  larger output that the previous twelve  months.  ���the year to date  . The Slocan Star promises to be one  pf the largest zinc ore producers in  British Columbia  The Black Warrior, a grassroot Lar  ed  in  2inc mining in the Kootenays I the lessees from the first ore sent out  cannot agree reeardin? the nersonnel      ���. . _     .     ...  cannot agree regarding the personnel  of the commission now making an investigation of the zinc resources. The  present cross purpose condition bids  fair to nullify the good result* that  were to be expected from the report of  the commission. It was no place for  politics, anyway.  AdvarMaug rate* faraiabec. oa application.  Leael aotlcea !��� aad 5 ccaU perline.  Pour wttUrlaacrtloDicoaaUtate oae aaoath-a  a tvart atai  The Nelson Tribune truthfully remarks:  "Phoenix is one of the busiest and  The zinc smelter at Frank, Albertj,  is said to be'offering to take silver-lead  pres carrying zinc, and pay for the zinc  in addition to other metals.  The Canadian Metal Co., which recently secured control of the Pilot Bay  smelter and'Blue Bell mine, will begin  Operations as soon as possible, probably within a month.  . A new hoisting outfit has been ordered by the St. Eugene Minim; .Co.,  ��t Moyie, which will probably be ready  for business inside ot thirty days, tak  Methodist���Class meeting at 11 a.  rn., Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. even  service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening  at 8 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor.  Tuesday evening at 7:20 Junior  League. A cordial invitation to all  these services. Rev. C. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews* Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at n a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:300. in. A cordial welcome  to all.   Rev.  Samuel  Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every and and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A,  Bedard, O.M.I. Pastor.,  j Phoenix Livery Stable  William Matheson, Prop.  Fvftrvfhinir Mpw ca1-riages and other rigs  *N    1" O HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY   WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city. ,  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  riRE, LIFE, ACC DXNT.  CoiuniUtlonar for Ukiut AfTMavlu  ���a  Pho>mx, ]j. c  TUCK   COLLIKS,  SHAVING PARLOUS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Haltuorul ,,  Cor. Firm & Knob Hill Ave.   I HOENIX, B. C  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A.M.  Rcf alar communication g p. ���,     S(.���  oud Tbunday orcach mouth C  Hs:,f.e,5cff.?e,,^k"c''ie-,=M����"'c  A.HH.UKR,  Secretary.  ��KO.K.DEY  W..1I.  j fcc*********  AUrc'Takra Ua.  up   in   Wellington  ... 1 iv uu��uic���� iiibiuc 01 imrcy days, iaK-  most important towns in Kootenay As fog the place ol that recently destroyed  an active mining center it is unsurpass-j ijy fire..   , .-  ed.    For months past there has been a   '��� The price of shares in the Hall Min  1905        OCT.  1905  Sia. Mm. Tim. Wat*.  Tka. fr.  Sat.  1      ��      3      4      5   '6  *7  8      9    10    n"   it 13  14 '  15 '" 16    17    18    19 30  - 21  22    23    24    25    36 27  28  29    30    31  *          ���--��������  regular daily train service, yet all the  efforts of the community have failed to  secure a ,daily mail service, that is,  complete service. The American mail  is dumped-at Grand Forks ant|}ies  there a day. rSurely the depargtignt  can be roused' to a sense of thejr re-  sponsibilityjih this important matter.  Where it Duncaa Ross, the guardian  angel of Boundary, interests ?"��  -'}  f >> ' ? '  -   ������*���-'   'r f -   '���'> '���  ������������ ��� -O  Over in Japan they seem to know  good names for their palaces and halls  of fame. The press dispatches advise  us that one of them it, called the  Phoenix hall.     , '  Japan and. Russia nave finally signed  the treaty of, Portsmouth" and '.shaken  hands over the bloody chasm.. Strangely enough, each?, nation is pleased with  the peace terms. "      -  '  " If Hon. A. B. Aylesworth, ��� the new  postmaster general, wishes to do jus-  6ce to Phoenix���which is more than  his predecessor did���he should inaugurate a mail service on the Great  Northern railway to this place.     '    '  Sic William Mulockhas resigned as  postmaster-general of . the, Dominion  without saying.a .word-about a mail  service over the Great Northern rail-  way.vto Phoenix. AVhy, did British  Columbia send a "Solid Seven" to Ot  tawa, anyway?  WHAT EDITORS SAY~\  Prettv HiDi'BoUND.^Some^men  are so hide-bound politically, that if  they were to go to heaven, they would  want to find out ho'w St. Peter stood  before they.went inside.^-Cranbropk  Herald. ,���*   T      '"'.',      ���#,  'Drastic���It is to be regretted that  men whet jump town without paying  their' bills can not be dealt with more  severely. >.. A whipping post could' be  used tagood advantage in such cases.  ,���Moyie ieader.,,,  ;  ,   ^     ���   .*  Pecx on. Deck.���The. Star is'.out  "on time1 'this week,' and from now on  will appear on regular publication days,  as our devil has JoerSeagram backed  off the board,'ana* cdrnered Hiratw  Walkerf-^-Golden^Sfar."'*"-- --<l. .'  Much Sorrow.���The death' of Sir-  Henry, Irving .will.cause.universal sorrow. * The sum',' total &t the dead  actor's services, to tfce "people of his  time' will; be equal's? 'that of almost  any man of .the past one hundred years  ���Nelson Economist. ���,  ing & Smelting company, has made a  notable apd rapid advance on the London market. Within the space of a  fortnight, they- have risen from is. 6d.  to 3s. 6d.-per share.   - - - - ,    ���  A ��� dividend of ' $24,000���making  $80,000 paid in a year���was declared  this, week, by the Lucky Jim mine in  the Slocan, owned by. G. W. Hughes  and John Wolverton. Its ore shipments are largely zinc.  Taken up in Wellington camp  saddle mare. ���Owner can identify and  secure same by applying at Pioneer  office and paying charges.  ���fli  Yw Saicfluird?  It'will soon be eight months since  passenger - trains began operating oyer  the Great Nqithern to Phoenix,'and  yet .the postoffice "department at,Ottawa' acts as though it was blissfully  ignorant of that important fact. . It is  time there was an awakening.  . Thejbig fairs of 1905 in theferwes��  at least' in'this section,' have passed  into history. The Nelson, ,New Westminster, Spokane and Portland fairs  have1 all been unusually successful from  nearly all points of view, and as educational factors the good done is difficult  to estimate.  .   Hel|* to jmprove i(.  j' Patroiniei^ trfelcmints.   ,  ��� AdvernBe1 in- iti1 newspapers.  : Speak* wetl.ofig public spirited enterprising citiVeHsI *-'   "  If you thrrik of no good word to say,  don't say anything bad about it.1  t If you are rich, invest in son*etb"ng,  employ s6mebodyr-.be a "hustler."   ���  Uls ol Faa.  It's great fun to run a newspa|>er���  you will never really know how much,  until you try it yourself, says'an editor.  So just take our word for it as' to the  real sport end genuine amusement connected   therewith.     Sometimes, Joo,  there  is some (money, but .that is the  last .thing a newspaper,man" ever takes  into consideration. ,-lP7imariJy,.a newspaper'is n>ver"started" with' that object  in view. "Editors and newspaper men  are  usually wealthy and' are*'always  philanthropistsf.VThe paper is published purely an<f simply.^to boost  their  friends,  the  town in which it is published, the'community it represents,  and to give the editor an  opportunity  to* "shoot off his mouth" on important  subjects on which he otherwise might  have  no  opportunity.      An   editor's  mind  is  free, from care and trouble,  since his own station in life is irrevocably and forever made and established.  Having attained the goal of his ambitions,  it remains for him tp boost for  the town, its enterprises.'lts public institutions, its people' and  private citizens.      However,/when   the  people  don't know what they ' do .want���or,  rather, when they are divided" among  themselves, then this boosting propof  sition becomes a delicace matter.   Tlie  booster is liable to get  boosted���h'H  is turned loose, it ceases to be fon  to  run a newspaper, and one Jeans"to the  conclusion  that  he  might sis well be  doing business for filthy lucfe.  r��it��'#a,Oi��*^��^<M^��^��r,<F^^  PHOENIX  MARKET.  P. Burns & Co.  HliAI> OrFICE FOR HOUNIJAKY CRKEK, OK KENWOOD, K. C.  HKADQUAKI-EKS, NKI.SON, U. C.  .... UMtsite:'of Jel'il (leaf tote.  Markets.at Nelson, Kasio, Three Forks, Sand'on, Slocah'City,,"     ' J1  ;. Salnio, Rossland, -Trail, Cas ;ade,%��'-    '!  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. , m������  Grand Forks, (Jreenwood, Midway, Ehnlt and Phoenix^  FISH,,OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEAS0N.  Ml orders receive prompt attention.  I- 6. O. F.  SNOWSIIOK I.ODGK NO. 4  HeeU e*ery Mouday Kvenlug at Hardy Mall  Viaitloc brctheru cordially iuvHed.  Thoa. Johimon, N. a.  duo. R. Mead, Kec.8cc>y.  A.S.WlUiamaoa, Per. Flu. Seey  AND  ^OREGON  Shoi^tLine  Union Pacific  -��� ���-���-���  rWhtn   buying-.OVERALLS'*  see that they bear this label.   If'  is your guarantee of their quality.  Overalls   bearing- the   "BUCK.  BRAND^afe- Union  made, by ���  yoi��r*��jSui'< countrymen,  and  as  nearly indestructible as  is   ijos-  sifele to make them. . They are  manufactured    ljgt ihe pioneer -  i- workingmen's ".outfitters *. o,l .-the,;  west.    Men -who - know - western r  conditions -^ and" * -requirements  frdm having lived the'life of the  westerner.     A-.k   for   "BUCK  BRAND" overalls and take  no ,  other. ���     *-   *"'���'* ' ->    -    '"  VVm. J McMaster ic Sons,  .JUL  "  MANUFACTURERS1"^  Vancouver,arc. '  DRINK  PKoenix  Made from the BEST MALT and   PUREST      '    *-"' 1  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for  q'ual- 1  ity.    Ask for PHOENIX  BEER  and  insist ,..T  on having it ���  PHOENIX BREWERY, !  -   BINCR AND SONS, Prop. J  Standard Av*:. and Banner St.           ':-:            PHOENIX, B.C. 1  AiNvce Rife to Port-  liM fair  *  From Spokane, $14.95 round trip;  good 30 days. Party of ten or more  on one ticket, $11.20, limit 10 da>s.  Tickets on sale May 39 to October 15.  In addition occasion ���! daylight coach  excursions will be run at less than one  fare for round trip. Full particu ars at  .    O..R. tV N. OFMCE,  430   RIVERSIDE  AVE.,  SPOKANE,   WASH  RcmcmDer  We've lie Short Line  I    Ticket* on aalc at all 8. F fc N. Station*.'  I. r,OT further information an to rate*, time  train*, equipment, etc.. addreaa  I        -     CKO.-J. ifOHLKM.Geueral Agent,  ���Ireralde Ave.. Spokane. Wa��h  -���-���-���-������  Phoenix-  Greenwood  ������������'������������^  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a..in.~1 .j, ,    ..;-^..-, j  '^> Standard Tiine"  ^.39 p. ui.J  t  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor,  ���������������������������-* ������ ���������<��>������������ ��� <*>.��W-��><0-*>-f*tv��.��  J Phocalx Shoe Shop.  *���   All Work,Guarantee:.  ,-l'     .        ���'     .'  Iroported Goods.  riNE BOOTS AND SHOES '   '  MADE  TO  ORDER:  o  John Houston, M.L.A., mayor of  Nelson, who has been absent since the  middle of August, and was recently  located at Goldfields, Nevada, working  at his trade.as a printer, has sent in his  resignation as chief executive of Nelson. Houston is an erratic character  who had friends and some enemies.  He did a great deal for Nelson, but  was 'his own worst enemy. -He will  doubtless be heard from again.  amaiiimiiiiiiii him 1 1   Canada is larger than  the Uni^ States in  arsa; eighteen timss  as large as France or  Germany; twsnry  times as large as  $patn a��d Jnirtythree  limss thesizsof fe  ' Be courteous to strangers that come  among you; they may go away with a  good impression.  Remember that every dollar you invest in a permanent improvement is  that much on interest.  Always cheer on the men who go in  for improvements; your portion of the  cost will be only what is just.  Don't kick at any proposed improvement because it is not at your own  door, for fear that your taxes will be  raised a few cents.���Cranbrook Herald  ���Ai'S^V^w^a^W^  PROVINCIAL.  J��4w WaMaater'c Opiates.  East Kootenay hjfc been gazetted as  a Farmers' Institute.  The management of the Nelson fair  are able to show a surplus of $308.  1 A number of towns in the province  are celebrating today as Trafalgar day.  j The rebuilt steamer Slocan has been  placed in commission by the C. P. R-.  on Slocan lake.  P. E. Wilson, of, Nelson, has  been J  appointed County Court judge-for East  Kootenay.   Judge   Forin   has   been  given authority in West Kootenay.  Tfw Ultaoto ftatral    .'  Maintains unexcelled service from  COLUMMAN COLLEGE.  FotfrT.lw* 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WE��TVIIN8rER. B.C.  Provide �� ClrrhUan home tor stud-  Aitu ot !��tb oexes at moderate rates.  Has * preparatory claaa for junior ��tud-  enw, doiriK grade public school work.  DoenhJKh waiuol work, confers all high  srhotil privileges, and prepares for teach-  ers'exanunationii. Teaches all branches  01 a Practical BmrineFS Course and gives  Diplomac Gives uliberal education in  Us Collegia^ Course and in the Ladies'  Connie for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University uork. can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. ran be obtained from Tor-  oafo University, whiVh the college is in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W J. 8ipperell, B.A., B.D .Princi-  pal:or Rev. J. i��. Biwell. Burtar.  Tlient-wedilipji of the COPPER HANDBOOK lints ami describes 3 311 ��m.  per mines and eopper mlnlng.eomp.nie-, in all parts of i��,e worl^veringX  itlobe. these descriptions ranging from two lines to 12 pages in length ac.wdiWto  ���mportanre of the mines. The descriptions are not padded, but give fett in^ the  most condensed and get-at-able form. i�����g��e luuinuie  There aie al��i Hiteen uiiacellaneous ehaptero, devoted to the Historv.  Uses  Teriii.no ogy,   Geography, Geology, Clieinlrtry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy" F nanees  ^ ^?,tl,,,,ctf of iofP"T' ��n��Jer'��g the volume a veritableencyclo.^fia ofVCb!  ject of Copper and every thing pertaining to the metal. ;>M,t"^  It is tho World's. Staadard Rtfcraaca g��ob aa Capair  i=��KEiVe^ Miner, Proapector, Inyeetor, Banker, and Broker neeiia-tho book. Price  ttSL'lf B".c,kr,lm- ,",,-",,nK^V' g,,ttoP'or*760 in ful1  library morroceo, and the  book  In either binding, will lieaeiit, fully prepaid, on approval, toaiiv^hlre*8 in  the world, 10 be paid for if found aa-tiWactorv, or n.av returned with* 1 a week of���  rerptaud thecharge cancelled.   Address the Author and pXiaber, "'  HORACE J. STEVEMS. 38 Past OSet Bleok. Hotifhton. Mieh., U..8. *.  PRACTICAL-   MINERS*  A NO PR )-  PECTORS' SHOES   A   .SI'kCIAI.I %  Miou  ���HI       hlllllltliltl!    .*. V.T11I--  Averaje Price* ot Cupper.  -r   ,    ���Ne��, V...k���  *    . ~*  Electrolytic                l.��  kc.  Month.  1004    10U5       HUM  UK.*)  January..  . 12410 15 05   .|^5"i3  15 12-  February.  .12.003 15.010 1^245  15 I.rii  March....  ..12.208 16 20< 12 250-  15 W"��  April   .12 922 14 018 13.120  1   0 0  May   . 12.75S 14 027 13 0U0  14 8*0  June   .12.209 14.073 12.300  14.811'  July   .12 270 14 888 12 500  1.1.1 Oj  Augaaj....  .12.342 16.70    12 408  15.73  *etrteujber.  .12.404       12020  Dctobar.'i..  .12 004     13 117  November.  .14.283     14.455     Uerember.  ��� 14.000    14,850     Year....  ��� 12.820     12.000  WANTED.���MEN AND WOMBNi/WITH  eommoB-Bcbool edocatloa. thai ��ro-lind ��,(  Tf-iSf tor ���"���J1 w����e��. to orualllr ai ialar1i-d  S51._ 5fn ���?* ����>2*��-ea��l writera throug-h our  buiroction by soaO. > Prices low. teririB vasy.io  eooKa to bay. Seed for circular, utatinsr where  1 jrou sawlbli ad and which position you wnnt  I IXTBKNATIOKAI.    COBHEiKWDENCK   SclfOOtii.  Scranton. Pa.  About advertising, John Wanamaker, *^e west to ***? east and soutb�� making  the millionaire merchant, gives the fol If c*��n*!rt,"-�� "'* trains of all  1 j    ".""' e,ves ine roi- transcontinental    nes.  Passengers are  lowing sound adv,,. .  ��r ^ .u��� .���..   given theJr chojce q{ ^^ ����*&(��  Louisville, Memphis' and New Or  lowing sound advice : "I do the heav  iest advertising in dull times. Then i��  when people look more keenly for bargains, anxious to know how much  things cost and where they can save  money. I advertise particular things,  give prices, and take as much pains  with my announcements as I do with  stork. I never permit my announcements to lag and never miss an issue in  my chosen publications.     Advertising  And Boundary Mining Journal  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.  g��L ,.- r     v.  leans, and through these points to the  far east.  Prospective travellers desiring information as to the lowest rates and best  routes are invited to correspond with  the following representatives: B. H.  Trumbull, Commercial Agent, J42  Third St, Portland Ore,; J, C. Lind-  sley, Trav. Passenger Agent, 142  Third St., Portland, Ore.; Paul B.  Thompson, Passenger Agent, Coleman  In five years more thau 2,500,000 tons of ore have been miued and  smelted here, with a valuation of over $12,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy.  **  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoenix���not one or five  utiles discant, but iu front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Cou-  sequentiy, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer cau give you the  best, latest and most reliable news of the minesand smelters of the Boundary.  _  " ����������'�����> !     ���  a*��*l��.|#l*v��a.��a    *��OiJCCI^CI     XI  has made my stoie���it will make others' Building, Seattle, Wash.  Mak'e'a) |. orders  grow to enormous  l&.������ ��, uiuriuuus proportions.     My    advice  to merchants, no matter how1 ftrmtn. (SsesasiM, Spertones!  small,   is to advertise, and keeD ever-' .?ohJ*- "Bd ���*?<te-- *���?�� ��k,n ������* reman- crease  ���     1 . P ever-  oil and nwtaulm, paint and and earth, ete. nae  ingly at it���success is sure." ftLU'JK?-*! ��4&iev t��7 ��?,.' Ai'bert  ffwwi Soap 09, una  lastingly  The  Pioneer is worth ft*  per year^hut  it Pogfe q��?y |?,  if tl,e coin comes witlf tl,e order  payable to the ,'.".'       "  Pioneer Publishing C@^  W.B.WIIJM:OX,Ma(.<.fler. - ^ n^mm<^mhi*  t^"^$*%?&^ \a-��a��� u-x ����� b~  ��� V- is- ��"' tV -t  ,.* ���-' ��v ..������'��� ,. _���   I   '  mlWWfll JBrl BY ROYAL WARRANT, MILLZRS TO H.R H.  tthk ratscM or Walk,  Good Bread should please  the Eye as well as the Palate.  Why docs the fJainty^houseWi^ delight in  snowy napcry, glittering cutlass, burnished  silver, delicate china and all other table  allurements dear to feminine hearts ?  i   And what man does not appreciate table  beauty?,  It is not that we appreciate the appearance  of our food almosl as much as the taste of it?  Bread may be ever so wholesome, well-  flavorcd and made of scientifically milled nour,  but with all these qualities we want it to /ob*  dainty, appetis.ng, snowy-white, with hut-  brown crust, and be firm and silky in texture.  Royal Household Flour makes juit that  kind of bread.  J1* f-f^08' purification and sterilization  of^Royal;Hqusehold Flour makes ityield not ?  ^il?^��yi^w^ br^rJIJjut:bread W  snowy .whiteness and. beaiiiifiul, texturef-;  bread that will grace the pretties! table or  give beauty to the humble^ meal served on  the plainest dishes.  You can prove this by trying a 25 lb. bag  -������-you must have flour, why not liave the  beit  ^;lV^  Ogllyrlm'm Koral Household nour.  HEINZE HAS  SOME OPTIONS  Qn] FVanklin Camp Mines, It  V Is Said.  Something  About   the   Butte  Coppct Magnate.  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  "I'lirough Salt Lake City, -.���l��uwt*>tf Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  , ' "Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Blip. IMc Tfer^S NaB-Jrc^ Art  Phasing Cactle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  3 Past Trains DoHv Bet. Ogden and Denver 3  -    Equhsnwit and Service Second ;.to Noo*-'   ''''"''  SEEK NO FURTHER. FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  W   0. MuBitlDB. General Agent.  For Detailed Information, addre*B ,%D��*n,w  124 Tiiir.i-street.. PORTLASD, OREGON.  Dp You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  QLIYER  TYPEWRITER  Made in- Canada.;  A Standard Visible Writer.  ��l.i.rl* gives Perfect Work in tie .horteet  lime with the greyest ease of   partition-  Write for Catalogi  PIONEER PUB. CO.. AgeaU, fk��f��.a, ������; C.  *��/��W8l/  *&W  Gait Coai        Hay, Grain,  ^delivered to any part of  ���the city.  Oats, Wheat, Fekd,etc  Large stock.  fAY^A^EliVERY STABLES  M&OTTOE ��& MeDONALD, Props-  Knob Hill Ave.      "tfgSST       Pn��*nix, B. C.  "The strongest personality that ever  struck the Kootenays," said an old-  time lesideut of the Kootenays, in  discussing F Augustus Heinze, the  Butte copper mining magnate, who has  single-handed fought the Standard Oil  Trust to a standstill in a legal battle-  extending over many years.  Interest in the lluite millionaire, who  has not yet attained his thirty n:nth  year, is revived over the liklihood of  his re-engagement in mining in British  Columbia on account of his visit to the  Boundary last week.  It has long been an open secret that  P. A. O'Farrell,   a   Butte   newspaper  man with a transcontinental reputation,  had j months ago paid several visits to  the property.      Mr.   O'Farrell  stands  very close to Heinze, and on returning  to  Butte' told   the millionaire of the  marvellous mineral wealth o( Franklin  camp     Mr.  Heinze usually  sends  a  mining expert on those missions, but  on   this  occasion is investigating' him  self. ; It would not be surprising if the  Butte man.-wilh  characteristic -energy  and dash-would soon engage in mining  and smelting on the North Fork on a  scale,which would threaten the supremacy uf the Granby Consolidated Co.  He has already  secured  options on  nearly a score of the leading high-grade  properties of Franklin camp.    The ore  averages  over  $12 a ton, and, better  still.'is  self-fluxing.     The   McKinley  mine alone has an enormous  tonnage  blocked out.    It was located by'-Dead  Shot-Jim;" a trapper and   prospector,  who sold it for a team of horses, three  rifles, four bowie knives and a bucking  bronco.  ~$ After Ab. McKinley, the hew owner,  had. done a little development, the  property was acquired by George A.  McLeod, a brighc young mining operator of Grand Forks, who is the principal owner of properties in the North  Fork country. " It Is" predicted that  Heinze and McLeod will make a strong  team. McLeod possesses an equally  attractive personality, and could supply  one or two of the qualifications which  seem to be lacking in the Butte man's  mental makeup  >"       First Copper Sautter la 8". C  To Heinze belongs the credit of having built the first copper smelting  plant in British Columbia. He reach  ed Rossland in the early days of the  camp, in 1895. Three yeats later he  -old out to iheC. P. R., cleaning up  half a million dollars, his vast interests  iii Butte, his jsgal and political fights  in Montana requiring his undivided attention. The Canadian Pacific acquired from hi hi by purchase the Trail  .smelter, the narrow gauge railway running from Trail up the hill to the Rossland, mines, thirty miles-of railway  from' Trail .to;. West. Robson, and the  Columbia & Western Railway charter.  It> extended the. railway, over the divide  into the Boundary district as far as  Midway. . Of the provincial land grant  secured for the railway project, Heinze  retained a half-interest. The land has  since enormously enhanced in value.  There was a dispute after the transfer  of the smeltet; as to whether 40,000  cords of wood ware included in the  deal. . Heinze claimed the wood, but  the C.P.R. went ahead and used it in  roasting ores. -Then the Butte man  sued, and after a protracted fight Mr.  Heinze won out, as he usually does.  The Butte operator had scarcely attained his thirtieth year when he signed a contract to erect a smelter upon  the guarantee of LeRoi mine to supply him with a minimum tonnage of  75,000 tons at a treatment rate of $11  per ton. With a dispatch which has  often been admired Hein?.e started in  the fall of 1895 to build a smelter at  Trail, then a howling wilderness. Supplies had to be shipped in by boat from  Northport, which was the railhead on  the Spokane Falls and Northern, which  was then heading for Rossland. He  surrounded himself with James Breen  and H. C. Bellinger, who have-since,  achieved fame and fortune in the met  allurgical world. No obstacle seemed  to feaze Heinze. He divided his time  between Trail and Butte. Early in  the spring the smeller blew in, and  Heinze had kept his word. Since  those days the cost of smelting: has  been reduced from $1.7 to $3 per ton.  Was Absolutely Tireless.  Heinze was always the jolly, royster-  ing good fellow who found time for work  and play. His intimates often wondered when lie slept, Jn the fall strength  of his yqvmg manhood the Butte nwu  seemed absolutely ���irtJ,es8' . , '? u  that he played poker every night in the  week but never failed to reach his  desk by 3 o'clock in the morning.  Absolutely democratic in his manner,  he made a great hit with the prospectors who were at that period flocking  to Rossland from every point of the  compass. Heinze in those days v/as  regarded as the prince of. Bohemians  and entertainers* Hischampagne bills  at Mrs. Allan's hotel in Rossland and  at Johnny Haverty's hostelry in Trail  often reached $200 a night; and on  one occasion they reached $500 for a  one-night stunt���but that's another  story. His unconventional ways  caught the.residents of those pioneer  days. Mr. Heinze is not a misanthrope  or a woman hater. He did not lead a  "simple life."  One one occasion there was' a game  of treeze-out among Col. Topping, Bill  Humphreys and Heinze todeternimt a  friendly dispute respecting the ownei*  ship ol a certain portion i.-f the Trail  tov.iiMK-. llfii'tzc won. Col Topping  and Humphreys took their defeat  gracefully. 1 he colonel, who is known  in nearly every mining camp from  Mexico to Alaska, ascribed his ill-luck  to having switched from red liquor to  fizz. Mr. Humphreys ih-nks the Butte  man vvon because he held the best  cards.  Experieate al Victoria.  Heinze is never tired of relating his  experience in Victoria in 1896,, when  he' applied for a charter of incorporation for the Columbia & Western Rail  way Company, He had had previous  dealings with Montana politicians, and  had expected to buy' the legislators at  Victoria. For a legislator to look for  "graft" seemed to him the most reason-  a' le thing in the world. Every con-  cessi. n he sought, including the land  grant, was freely accorded. As a pre-  liinin try, Heinze on reaching Victoria  gave a banquet rat the Driard to the  members of the legislature. That.enabled him to get acquainted.  'Those politicians at Victoria are the  cheapest, easiest, but.the best guineas  I ever encountered. < Not one of them  tapped me for a bean while I was lobbying lor that charter. Thty could  have had $1000 apiece for the asking.  It wasn't for me to ask them their  price," said the Butte millionaire in  describing the incident a year or two  later      ~  "  BlriMav', fcrWelsrt  The many friends of "Prof." Hepburn in Phoenix, will be rejoiced to  hear from him once more. The Cran-  brook Herald had the following last  week : "There has been no word re  ceived from Prof. Hepburn, who was  called away in the night two weeks ago,  and under those circumstances was  unable to see his friends and say goodbye. It was understood when he borrowed the suit case from a friend that  some relative was very ill, but since  then information has been received that  it was the advent of an unexpected  birthday. The professor is true to the  teachings of childhood and seems to  have a profound reverence for the day  of his birth. ' For that reason the Herald feels confident that he will exert  every means available to Teturn to  Cranbrook for his October birthday."  m Meat** Was Wresfeett u  Pwihw Gave New We>  W2SESVB.  KlQRT OF WAV FOB BUlbWAYS. Htc.  mm mm  Coxmbr Howard and Maim Sts."  ���i,  ,-VOtlCU 18 IrEBBBY CIVBtf that allCrowa  _,, . ,     _. .  fcamJa,along the lo-atrf Hue. of ��u>'railway, *Y>linAT>iv''T*+r\r\\* ��  i power or tramway caatpaajr.lncorporated trader - JT- ilUCKlXA. A  COMIC t  _.....���. ...__.���._. rtbla l'ro��lric��, and ���        .,,...     , *       ,  authority ofthr Legislature oftble 1  j fc���. - ........  idlft  ami  British  olnmbiuna*   ,._,.a wMtk or ��r./ (jo)(Kloues<;haUe pf  aald tluea, are 1 ejerved for right of way purposes  for such railway, power_�����.��� ran way coatpanr..   I  WIfS, OOKF,  , De, u.y Cammlss oaer ol UM X Works,  laudt and Works Department. 1,  1     ^Victoria, aVCsrd October, too*. o��  HON. JOHN Tiettt  AmtmUymmm Tlgtht'm lctt*r  ���w, rvflaf by trmrjr mrmim workmr  mmtnmmamUta.  Boa. John Tighe, No. M Remiea BC,  Oohoew, N. Y., Membar of Aaswnblw  from Um Vourth district, AllMMiyeoiwtjr,  K. Y., wrltaa aa follow*:  " Peruaa aas my ht+riy Indoriaaaaa*  as a rMtoratlva toaic of rapartov msrU.  At tUaaa whs*. I hart be��B oompUUIw  broksa dowm from ��xmm of work, so  that mjr fauulUes sMimed actnaUx a�� ���>  ���UodsUU, Faran* ha* s^tad aa a bsaUas;  r��s torar, startlag Um macMnary of naiad  and body afnah wlUi mw Ufa asui  ���ovargy.  ��� " I rMomuMMkd It to a mas ttnd 1b  ostad and body, as a tonic ���upc-rls* to  aaytkiag I kaow of and wall worthy  Mrtooa ooasldaraUoo.''���-9. Ttgha.  Xxessa of work so oonunoai la ou  eottntrycaoaaatmpairad ��erTaa,Ua<llng  to catarrh aad caUrrhai acnrooaaaaai  adlaaasc that la raapisiBlhU tor half of  all imoii trosj|bUa.  Paraaut caraa thai trsttbla baeaf it  owraa catarrh wh*ra-rar locatsd.  If yea do sot asiriT* prompt aad eata*-  fa��tory rwnalta from th* as* of Psrvas),  writ*.at one* to Dr. Hartmaa. giviaa; a,  fall statamamtof yoar oa#��, aad Ha will  b�� pleaaad to giv* yom hla rataabU ad-  ���toaijratla.  ���ddnwa Dr. Hat-tmaa, PrMtdrat of  *n>wHaCtm����r*w-a*rttos1wmiOnt'imriaal.O.  Most Practical and Satisfactory  Our catalogue is a  picture view  presentation of the Greatest  '. Business    College    on  - the coast..  Write   for   a   Copy   Today  ��� Sent Free  The Blair Business College  Spokane, Wash.  Kenvrally will Hnd a home in Spokane ��"  the (jraml Hotel.   Kt^ently reiinxlell<-i|  and 'refarniilipri.   Under th�� i��t*nnft��.--,j'  ment of E. E. 1'hair, late of Hotel Phair,  Nelson. B.C. *   ���  All British Columbia papers on file.  European plan. Rates 60 cents to |&00  per day.   Free bus meets all trains.  THE  NEL90N,;B,C  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  The Leadii*; Hotel of Ike Koafetays-  Special Rates to Commercial-Men.  Good Sample. Rooms.  Mia Q. Sellvaa Predated.  A Washington despatch says : John  G. Sullivan has been appointed assistant chiet engineer of the Panama  canal commission. Mr. Sullivan was  divisional engineer of the Canadian  Pacific railway at Winnipeg. J. G.  Sullivan was assistant .engineer to W.  F. Tye on the Columbia and Western  lailroad during a part of the construction days, when the. road: was being  constructed from Robson to Midway  and to Phoenix. He made his head  quarters at Trail, and " after Mr. Tye  was called east he was made engineer  of construction on the Columbia &  Western. For a time after the completion of the road he remained at  Trail. Along in 1902 or 1903, he was  transferred to Winnipeg, where he has  been filling the position of 'divisional  engineer acid has many, friends in this  city who will be pleased to learn of his  good fortune.  J. B. MACADLAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders tt City  Clerk's Office.  j��j��j��  PHOENIX, B 6.  Uieil.,Mla��*| - Stock jQactalises.  AIKBB BIO  AuicrlcauEoy ���._         i% l  Ken ll<ir _ ....-_ ���       ��% a  ���laclr rail _._        j ��  ���. C Copper ���.|7 $��� $i 40  Canadlau-Oold Vlelda         4V 1  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-dlr.) . 1��  Center Htar...��� ���. tt% .%j  Crnw'e Nest Pass Coal   Ucnoro Mines- -   Hairview. _.  ,J ��  PishcrUaldcu  ~   .| a  liiant  _. .1 I  OrsabyConsolidsted- *7 s> ' t* S*  International Coa!~. -   ,aj st  iuaibo. _  Ji so  forninc Ulory ���         1  MtoantaTu Lien ���       4 a  Montreal ak Mot ton _._...���.  North gur, (8. K.)             t 1'  Payue ~  ��H - *  QnllP  ~-  I 4  aamblci-Cariboo  ���......._. is it  San r-stl          ��H *%  Sullivan          * 7  lit Kufcna ���  41 , 40  Tom Than*t> ���...._..         a t  War Kaale Cousolidatad  1} IJ  Waterloo (Ms Paid) ~ -.       1% t  white Bear  ,tH ,1  \r.'l  '.l I  ?A.CIFIC KY  Tnanksgtving Day ,  October 26, 1905.  Rare   and  HmsiuI DeHtiau  Sally SWaslag �� Teas a Bay.  A report from from Grand Forks is  to the effect that word reached . there  yesterday from Tripple camp, on the  West Fork of Kettle' river, that the  Sally mine near Beaverdell is now  steadily shipping some 20 tons of ore  per day. This ore 11 exceedingly high  grade, the chief value being native  silver. It is hauled some 65 miles to  the Greenwood smelter and pays a  handsome profit to its owners alter all  expenses.   -    Batters ExcarslMs via Orccf Narlaera I'y.  The Great Northern railway is offering round trip tickets from Phoenix to  the following points, ;good for ninety  days at the following rates : St. Paul  and return, $55.10; Chicago and return, $66.60; Omaha and return,  $58.25; Kansas City, Mo., $60.85.  Selling dates, August 24th and 25th,  and Sept. 16th and 17th. H.A.Jackson, G.P.A., Spokane, Wash.; M. M  ���Stephens, agent, Phoenix, B.C.  Lii)t of Donations received anire Jan.  1st, 1906, to the Phoenix General Hospital: '  Cash lie ��� _ .'. It. Horrell  Ca��hSJS   J. B. llacsulay  Cash is ��� A. F. Berry  Book Case _ A. K. H. Clark  BedI.luea.4dQs  ..KaspltsI Indies' Aid  Cash }so _ _ B T. Bsnk  Cash {id Jas hfcCreatb  Cssh |is Csnadiau Rand Drill Co.  Spring Cot  __��.. B   Hood  Maple Syrup....���....... ���  * Friend  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  B*a*V> The moat perfcety appointed Heath  and Pleasure assort in the West, with a eosv  Elete system of Baths���including Turkish aai  .uasian.   Open the yesr round.   The carative  properties of its waters arc uneqaaled. .  Por Curing all Rheumatic. Net-roue aad Muscular Troubles.  For Healiux all Kidney, Ll��er aad Stomach  ailmenta.  For KlimlaaUnr all MetsUlePolssas from the  The arandcar ol the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests. Ukcs.watcrialla,  boating, yachting, ashing, shooting, excurslr ns  tennis. Its winter climate is muorvaned lot  mildness. HeKKT MclNTOSH,  Pioprietor.  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  [OB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been ia  search of���and do it right.  PlOKEBR PUB. CO.,    ���    I'MOSMIX, B.C  For RousmI Trip..  Ticket on Sale  Oct. 25 and 26  at all Canadian Pacific  Railway Offices, Port  Arthur to Vancouver, and   all  Intermediate   Branch -  Line    Points.  Good Returning Until  Oct. 28.  Through Sleeper  ARROWHEAD to VANCOUVER  Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.  For rates, folders, and tickets apply,  to local agents or to  A. W. Haley, E.J.Coylb,. .  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Cartcr, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  A pencil mark here f/0f  is a reminder thai vonr subscription to this paper is  now past due, and the publisher .will appreciate yonr  prompt attention.       JpV  Sale  of  Crown  Granted Mineral Claims  For   Unpaid   Delinquent   Taxes  in   the  British  Rossland  Columbia.  Collection    District,    Province   of  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the sixth day of November, A.D. 1905, at the 1iour of twelve  o'clock noon, at the Court House in the City if Rossland, I shall sell at public auction the Crown Granted Mineral Claims  hereinafter set outof the persons in the said list hereinafter set out. for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the  30th day of June, 1905, and for the costs and expenses, including the coat of advertising said sale, if the total amount due  ia not sooner paid.    List Above Mentioned.  GREENVOOD   MINING   DIVISION.  Name of Owner.  The U. K. ft N. Refects Kit Bate  to Portland and return from Spokane.  Round trip $ia-35t effective Sept, lit,  limit 30 day*.   Take the Short Wne.  AppMeaMoa to Traatftr Liquor Lktssc.  NOTICE is hereby uiven that I intend  to applv at the next meeting of the  board of License Commissioners of the  corporation of the city of Phoenix. B.C..  for.the transfer of the license to sell  liqiioraat retail on the premises known  aa the Central Hotel, corner of Seoond  street and Old Ironsides avenue, Plioe-  nis:, B.C., now heldbyine, to John Anderson and Gud Henrickson.  bated at Phoenix, B.C., this 17th day  of Ociober, 1905. ,  (Signed)  - August Jackson.  Barton, David S.. et al.      Naden, George R., et al.'   Caulfield, John J., et al   Oliver, F. H., et al   Naden, George R , et al   British Columbia Truat Co., Ltd., et al  Moran, Janes, et al   Riter, George   Naden, George R., et al   Moran, George, et al   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Jaffray. R., et al   King, Thouiat   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Drncker, Adolph   Haas. J. C, et al   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   McMann, Fred K      Drucker, Adolph   .Naden. George R   Wickwire, E. T  ���  Deeroaiers, John B   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Rfndell. Geo. A   British Canadian   Gold Fields   Expl., Dev. & Investment Co., Ltd   CitulBeld, John J., et al   Bennett, George M., et al    No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Granby Con. M. S. & P. Co., Ltd   Naden, George R., et al   Paton, James N., et al   McMnllen, J. J., et al   No 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Johnstone, James 8., et al   Naden, George R., et al   Johnstone, James 8., et al   McMynn, W. G., etal   Warren, J. J   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   King, Thomae   Crane, Geo. T   Riter. George, et al   Ostroeki, Louis J., et al   Collins, Charles N   MnArthur, P. C   British Columbia Truat Co., Ltd., et al..  No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Lee. R. W   Naden. George R., et al  ���   Name of Claim.  Aberdeen   Barbara   Barrow   Bee   Bolton Fraction   Bullion   Chancellor   Copperopolis   Don't Know   Dudley   Fanny H. Fraction..  Four. Ace   G.A. R.  Glasgow Fraction   Gold Bug   Great Heaper   Helen   Herbert Spencer   Hidden Treasure   Homestake   Johannisburg   Joliette Fraction   Lady of the Lake ....  Lancashire Fraction  Lot No.   Taxes due    Coats    Total due  Lewellsh   Ma.rgrie   Maze   Mciirrgor   Missing Link....  Miesing Link No.  Monte Reco   Mullen   Number 7   Phoenix   Pinhook   Plat   Queen Beia    Kob Boy    Rob Roy    S. F. Fraction   Kt. Geneviove   Sycamore   Svlvester K   Tex��8   Timer Fraction   Trilby   Tripod Fraction   Twin Sisters   World's Fair Fraction  2295  817  1290  886  1706  865  1325  1852  2374  1890  1643  24.0  852  1638  895  1887  1639  1571  896  1892  2072  1885  1642  2868  $ 9 00  7 25  8 00  11 25  7 00  10 50  13 00  3 75  13 00  10 00  3 50  11 50  13 00  9 75  It 76  13 00  10 76  13 00  2 76  12 60  9 00  6 00  13 00  U 75  $ 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  $11 00  9 25  10 00  13 25  9 00  12 50  15 00  5 75  15 00  12 00  6 50  13 60  15 00  11 76  13 75  16 00  12 75  16 00  4 76  14 50  11 00  8 00  16 00  13 75  2 Fraction.  1251  13 00  2 00  15 00  2088  6 00  2 00  8 00  1818  12 75  ���i 00  14 75  1641  12 75  2 00  14 75  979  2 00  2 00  4 00  1474  2 50  2 00  4 50  1242  8 75  2 00  10 75  1850  13 00  2 00  15 00  623  5 25  2 00  7 25  1716  10 50  2 00  12 50  1469  8 25  2 00  10 25  1720  9 50  2 00  11 50  1779  10 75  2 00  12 75  1550  13 00  2 00  15 00  1153  13 00  200  16 00  832  10 00  2 00  12 00  1397  13 00  2 00  15 00  1578  11 50  2 00  13 50  2385  10 75  2 00  12 75  2067  13 00  2 00  15 00  1705  2 50  2 00  4 60  958  11 00  2 00  13 00  3147  1 00  2 00  3 00  1432  7 75  2 00  *9 75  3146  75  2 00  275  Roaaland, B. C, October 9th, 1905.  }.   KIRKUP,  Deputy Assessor, and Collector, Rowland Collection Dlatrict.,  m  It V !  SI ��  5, r-l  1    \  1 'S  &:���  1  IX  1' ���'*  8.5  .,t  fil'i  T; 1'  1 ,  r       *  5' -!  ?< is  It   1  !> f  I , w^tfoww&^^ti$$H  , Kffife-;--';^'' ' .^-'--c ���'(-'��� v; ��������-! -'-��- ���!������!������;���';{'������''���-t ! .-:<---*,H(.- i��-, -.'.,, .',';W'7 - *>-  ���      '   ' ������  ;  **���&���������>-���:���" 'Centrally located...:.- V".:'::-"'- -.ft:'^*** .<������.'-'���' J' *vf?r*?I*!��. ������������*-���.'.���";,��� :. "  !��� jSMUsMt G.oM 8*^Pl0 R^ '".'-Proprfetor. '  THE PHQSWIS-lIp^EBRj  W*;^i'^,. : .te/diSf flbtel .Sr.Vetpdirft' leading  .Vv;;r;--i'i-v-v; ;ii':--.-e;!.%.:tov:l'ln|ng,Cainp'    ,-'   ,)��  /�� '^---^tfep��| v ^_i_  ������-.:-   V, -    T^T<p*Xr***^.rjTi**"^ J*"*"*^..    .... -.  ; .    ,  '���^'Wll'^pJffiV^uiK-i'-  .i?.,^��(:    .{ ..-.: -v**j�� >*>H.  kg  '.'*l��,0%-\-''Hv  1 .;',;��rViA-^i-.,*:*-.----.-,--V'-'   :���"-.*��� *''r"-': \' :*..��� ���'?"+���..���, ���[���  -   ii.-*..*.;!/.,-.-'-'*'.   .y*.-,:.^;,./',     ��� -  ^::';;;-;;i��;H.:  ;:/v BRIEF; TOPIC^ 6FvX6'CAt.ANtf:X3tN^RWt-^-A^^;;^v'.;,.''..  Ji>l:.:ici*  t.fisri?  %*v-^-- -^NOTICE.  ; .'.-.'.UViJi-i si'.-l i--���'-1^. -  ;.��.>.-  j- ' Llj-fiwt;:for,Se'llng-nNarsery Slock  ;*'."'"."  ���ClCll lii.Ml.    1    ._   cl which'reacts si  '-: AiU*'����btl I��.<1 rtc-.e*" U��.|H�� J'rovis ons of Sec*'  .17 of the HorncliffdVuVBoard .<ct which rends as*  .clHows:-,���<;.-.���.,;:':,:;,{>-. ,���.; is   :..';;:;���!���>;.���;��� ;.  Ji"tio iicra hi,firm or corporation shall,, encage  tMitlffit- ili4''bhshrcs3or��ciriig inpffiici  ,ows  No  ore in  (���gal, ajfeu.t,. j-olicltor..or. .otherwise,, wfth.i.u the  JPrd\ilfce-," Trilll trees, plants or^uirs.ery irto.-k, or  'of^n porting far'iERljvfrtiU trees, plsiitn.br nui-  Stery.stock, into the.��� Province-, without./irat Jiay-  'Mijf'obltrfiierl'a-Ileense to carry on'tnuu" business  ;Tii the Province lu this Act proviJfiJ.,:;:,>- ..--,- -.-:.,  J? A-1 persons authorixed tosil! nursery stock in  ,th<sProvince BrereauireS-tiy tlicir prUicfplils, or  by tht-nmrlves to deposit, bonds iii.the.Oepnrt-  ineiit of Agriculture;r-rA'tclcrfta; for' the- faithful  performance of licli-oblignlioiik. The public is  therefore warned not to purchase nursery stock  &���%  I'-'-Jf-'"'"'������ ���''.-'���'��� ������'������i." ���  ���*���;��  .The Druggisf/isBoyle.A'-; ��� .'  Souvenir Jewelryat D'ej-'s.-.- ':���'   ;l    "   kt$ir^  rantees-allire-  -.'podds cTcljVe'i-ea-ahytvfefe^   .Boyle,  Uie/l^ucKist^^if^'ftfe^ :;::'>-U%...f}-  4-r?r.   Sintiiftlis^': dentist,'   Balmoral  ^.N*Noveinber^tcJtJ2,''''   "  'pi*|pi|^AMaro^lectr^  XA JamiiSAt��iCae5he,.propnetdrJbf. the  .Phoer^'Greenvypo^-'.staKev-liab.-ift'ent-  vy' M. W. .Crant^. ,Stprel{eeper:''ia(',the  ���MW|J^ J:.^^��miiii^;^yvihb' '.liAS^'beenl  .-^i6p^kanja^.��>yacaHoni was;;'!!! %ie  city yesterdayT'��� '':" '* r^'':^" -'''���':'���''" .'���  .:i*;  * .'   ..:...*-r^- ��.*.   .  -.���'������' Abgu'st Jackson was over from lioss-  l.'lrtrl rf Hie".lriixit-:" VnnVl   lu<Icilrl    liit^'Canl^.^t  ;iDeplllyA.\JiiiUlel "(Vf Agricnitiire;.  ?abst beer.    Do not forget  ���l��orrtEowney'sSchocola^ seeBoyle,  . Jhe pruggist^ ;,.- w�����v;.'���"      '-'���' '.-.>  Dey,f thel Jevyeleri for JSnamem  Souvenirs::l;'.::'r;;:.-:-v^-;.y:'.'/. ���/������'.-.:.;:.\-'"  ;���;;; Do y^^lyf^s/waM-the^^^  ��� drink -Pal��st :beeiv^i."r ^ ''���;'.:-..'.';.,!:'. -f^i':' �����'  ���������T^:-B'urns^'&"C6^aVe1'r/e|uh'/;to*^'t  ceive1,  ieasferh oysters:):"- S* '*'  m Ai^i��������f-��� ���"-*���-',' ���       V '  ���"-'���;'   ,.landrtHisTir:edy;iJihdleased. htsiGehtraf  | ADsolutel^^pur^. pan rbe vsa.d-of hotel^pX^  !t lt- HAsderspri *n'd^GusjHern*icksonv^  -. -.������ :'���:,*:,'..-.��f -.-: <-.'..'>.*��'^- -a<w-i'-.-'.Vv'* -'  .v. Judge'/mi.rH^:^ ;Qweixtnivas xft  iviSjtpr in fti..*, i;ity;S!iturday frorriiGrahd  Forks'.4* This w-iek^n't^is holdihgicburt  in the Similkame'en for Judge Spink's^  ���;^ NobleiBiiiris^ went *bver->toyi'ra'ir  Mdrfday,-taking Kisiged"^6lher,SMr��.v;  jClark, whb!speriit"the^urhnier-Kher'e^  .Geo��'eiark arrived ;fronrTnl[ii tne'lVe^t"  riav"*^   "* ���������'������^'^.Ti'e' ���',��i:-r!*?l*-'**if^v* v5;w��:  |: Wy H^Do^ksteaderf'ciiief^iof^  ^S��?^3-SK-:SF;^Repairs!a^  sSi||^0^;s;n1x:G!^ V;:H;0; ���  >���<&&<,$?:*  'p.=?S:S:"*"   >g!^^r*prescnptipns^utvupia,*;.thejaocd  :-!f��ts;^tpr?pr^  in drugs ofall kind5,C:See the' Thomas'  Drug Co.  j.J' ,-. : ;-., .,       ���-���  . .-.-    ., -.   ,---.  "The C,P,R. arid.Great Northern 'are  each laking'35,cars of preidailytfrbrri  Granby .'mines.,-' ���ry^'u0'^ i'-'^V^'i  [: vWednesd^  ^hqenijr Trades and^'-Laborl'Cduficin  .1^7we!l:.atteh'dej^  >- ;Fjrst:c!ass^waiir'ess;wantS'a^])^  in-Y a! ';��� wrii ng' ���'.;; towhV ^ (Address -inter-*  national; Hqtel^Moyiei/B^ :C^:'::M$IJ?  ^ent'Tif' th'e'Confederatiijri -Life'^Assb'T:  nation; waff^iiithe;tit^-^steryav;f>:*Y:'  '.'/-,' >"������'������  ;'*'--':' ''' '.'- "''���^'.���''-'-���:--';''V.'��  r;,: -.v. :.. . .T;/..' ;-.:,--  vjSunday^hd^foada^  ���Mmers Union JHall ���;-.  Qnp^^giit Only.  ,. +b  '���vol  tRSS'iOcl";  C.,iP-.1 Mfftlkfir. presents; the  ���,-...���; -.'.'.enjidtnit.iicior ..:.>;.:. .  .:-.:i'i^ -'���-^-��������vt'- -_-'  ..'..  tfifa*' MARK  i    .��� :.  a .'..- -.J ate.'---'    * '*��� ��� "-'-  W    ���''*���);'(> iY;'.    v1-':--'^ ;-u ,'!    ''"'',; "���-. r ^-* "1  ���    After many years, of (*Western  -Iexperience in Rubber Footwear,  j'and v,*it^j;th��: ^nti^ufiejd;pfy  ;Canadian'.ruanpfaeturers open to  jus, wu have;,*selec!ed  c  L��t!^-:.v.'i.iiil.".fi)|t:.��.:  .>v/i:.'ir-;ii*l<4'.l^(V'  f-T  elson  i^vasan-  business  j:*VKa  5.'/��i!-x***,-'-  ��ji|&;ft;-vw*ffiS';j;@iIn{dn  ^IS^^::^:;v;flrerS: Sis'^nctfie. bet"ter Cm ? de; any wnefeat  ��:S';ay}Wiy;~^'!i'ij!Jfe"-*';:>'PrP5r>nntiriri<:-'riiiirUIv:--inrirl. -r-nr/  ?i#  :l^f^pS6::comppiihi  Kcnptiohsquicklyv^d^ii-areiully^ r^riwia^*!^  oundexii from ^freshest .drugs "by; ~3~*- i"s mi  *vwiw��-��  jpCari^Spokanfelis'tiwe^  ��!ST&anksgivmg*eveniri^  ash:^ins;_  ...IS  .le^t;?G|^^si^^s|;-c*  j;,v;g;surnmer; stocky  -^;-^elc;v,.. J Aisplendidibpgb)^   gi^;^%|g|Dj^  ^^^���^���������^,<'i-.--. piayiiap;'have^bei^fep^n^for/ ^^ ':i''  sMissiLena^ Morrow'lie wisi'-iappeared;  . t|^ine^,:;^mb]nihjn|^  evfntng'a^  i|||S|||K||S^&to^  ...... ..^..^^^JShiilth^'^oe  |^|||^^l.|*-;|'|n^.ii.y?feh^  |^|��||f^i||g^ello^  G  bersj  kan&fair;  ri/Phcfeni*j'i^pciaHst���}.. Eeagiie "��� ���'rneets  ���nues%s,Vr>?;^.irim**.^ne^.^f^fii  ^^-M^^i-C^^p*����.:  DisciiisrMtMnWted;/ vi->^v-.ifv. .;*;=��.^^-ji  ,,:ii>';*?f-Wi-.t-w'.;riwi''!i��''-i;i*>i��fi'iS'-:'.�� s* f-;:!":^;'-.*.^  -ibisiUarinual;-Thanksgiving- throughbut  ^r^^l^ljntted ^Slates- %��  ,'-, *��� --^-^^WOTth^ier^a'c^tf n^  ^i mepli^Srl^Qst^^ g  ^fM'th^bye^^iio^  ���Mm^^moirNp^SSlas^-SaiuVday,  ^rn.-'PicjWsa'^  retiiry :-ahd:;finglif Reed;treasuref'oM^le  brgQniairtiOT|;;:^no'tn^  held for:presib!entitbdavitTT'k:i;iV^ ���:<^'  ^PSM^kjehb^'Sy^peciah^  iyinnipeg^,will^xarri1^f;test! and'fit  '^|ti\|^pg^;:,^d^crsquint^  tyMh ;Sliort'. sight;i'far ^sightj'^irregular  |i^^*y^??@^I!X-i%^^guess  ���W?^' "��j: dangerpus;:vand.,- costly; iriisi  ^^ji^i^^^^a^^tisraca'o^  guaranteed.;svHearfh^  3niofe6lll#^nMfev^ve.  '. -.,; -.'^S-*'��?S;:^-^*'^^!-j^S^*;';^?^  ^Mrsi'Thbmas^^fe^^ifij^b^t^  Greaf ?NortMh"^t?rir-^a% Na'njipbrt,*  spentfge^eral^ay^h^^^^l^vi^  Mrs.:,C.^E>^tegg^^hile'Mr.^tegf,^  |t:All^^n'e&an33rsiCl^  frphiOlyrripiaT^e^ay^ "  guppbrted;I I'y\:htK C1 i(Ifjrd' Lane Bruce  j,.i--;and^a Cispable , Company..ih^;,.  r as ��� the' most satis factory' brand for  '; both dealer artd ^ohsuiner-in this ���  (province;/-' "..i:i(-'-.'1r-- ';'���'<���:'���''  ; Tliey possess;all the equalities"  of material,.stylet:fU, finish and  ;dural)ility characteristic of. good  'Rubbers. ' -., , ; ;        V.^., ..-.J :,VV'  :    And are more'serviceable  under AVestern climatic'coditioris.  ������ Jiiiit ask:>'our dealer;for 'hem;  !.: Iflir linnelirt iheuVheMI   get ilie��n'' ll  yo'u ask him���but he surely has them ...  ; ]' j'--''yahcow^-vR;---Ci'-:'^i-'-f  ' ;��� ;'^: ^,;Se!li;ijj- 'ij0s.:,: '::,}:}r;,''''  \-il  ..".fr^.nV;$;i 3-SP tb'$8s;p,b,, Sapphire, Opal,' "  Ruby, Turquoise and EnieriildCbmbinatiohs  a.t yej-y low pricts. We have;an-Emera^d/with    v   ,,r',:"nipiPd|j^ea,ch;sidi;yhich^^  iall.va1ueta^i^:oo%^^: A&&': y^JiJO^,. t.  smairdiarii()ii  f^iiiderjSpeciarl  faJJf  ^���..'.v-i.tv....- \'-;vJiri��:.V::  ���*��  <\r  W  w  w  vk  I  f  w  ��  T  W  >."������'  -^HQENIX^'bI'x.^  ^.I^painter'jaind  e '.Decorator.  4.i..SJ,.-;(/. .-.  I  '''j'..t,J:;'i.  IN  vy>The'  f* -'  Robertsons', Fimous flussli; CoaiedT.  jTor>; be/| preccdlM^'by'; the^'CLbSET  S^rf'SCENE^rrom^'rTA^  Seats bonl.sale,n,t  ��� J' . Siijn- wH.��n�� on :Shprt nojlice; y;-^r .���EirtiniMes 'iifffnfptly.furnislied.'  .i.      ;,-���>..     ,  ', i-....'-��� . j--'--.-I ���-'''��.���-���.:.-.:.������'''.   v-.y-." ^;' -" ���* ��� .--.---* t   ,..���-.���--������...,,.-..s..',,.... .  ' ��� ��� *���������        - ��� ��� ���   -    ���  ��.    . u.  ���M^U!    </ .  :\  w.jSWUJL^titeMJi^ffj>��  .;;^;Hous(*s-ib RShr^ty-^ "    f  "?.;. leading mines bought and s6Id.y 5 ",  *^ J|I^;A*o^iilt^^eferiupgn  ^en|for i|^frltisii|Go*!^i|a; pbppeir;  !Co^f Ltd.,  Ieft>^i5iesday''6n a trip  ^e>v|;��brJr^iAy^rpr^nsuir }\vith::; thje  [officials ofi the^oinpany^v   fc ^ ; i    I^  *; '���. "::'(��� 'if. ?������* ?"'%*.& ? 'ii'M ?^"f5 �����������*?* If.;:.^?.B;Kfe'-  |fcMr^ Harry; Jphhs^f^ spending'a  Sfew daysAvith ;Mrs'?Wiiliarn G^rasef,  ���^en| do^rj*3iG^|^b^day^'.^  ;he|r husband0*^  ppm^^T^'^Sp|)jebirirm^^  J3.;iC;;Copper!Gx>*V !'-:*'-> ^';^;ii^-r-""'-. ;v '--'^  K;'^*^��^^l;!J^F;'an\exfen^^  bwner|*lwe^spe^  fh|;d^tli'is^^k}^^^e^to^tha^'|  hasjd^dedI-to-giye^ug^ihefrpad, ;andi  ^'U^sho^^r^rpupTa large!jew^ry);es-f  .^blishmehrin^nfMy^  :VuV))jisii'l'  ; Ranch Bafjgain.  ...I-.  , ^.   ^.-^W^-MK'tr0.use*s  ^��ers^^^6^1?%ai^^i  "Wg. a'^.&wa^^^s;b>ilfc>M-gani2ation  ��& *t^T.gr:"-,v3K^s!s,BSi>'��.,",f?6vi - .there  being t^V;,cpmpanies;6n the roadun"  ^r0e;sameynaine^Avhi^  i?S$Sfe  ^t^Miner^, Unibofhall^^^jj^i^m^^^^i^^^T0^^  ^; evening ^nd^v^^leSur^on^S^  aPl'eared ;;in^^hjic^prtMontreaI, ;To^  onto,;<AVinnip^efcripThepCTfbfme  ness, including l^e excellent;band and  j0rr-hestr^'5tf,^';^.g;^  ._  "^"^  ?~zo acre. iFruit;; and:��CIiicken  raric��:;  relinquislimehtl'for'-  saleV    includiii"  buildings,^brchard and ali;-kinds srnal 1  fruits. :. ;joinst;;binyilie^^iW^h|;. ;arid'"':  ���J&H*W*^fe  ^Kfliffch^Kettle 'fiyer^ *bh f^'ouridary ..  ^'oOo^sh^Hay^gr^inVaiidv chickens  if^ak^nrspoji^ Ala'ieybppbrtunity   to  tnakt:������a.: beautiful?'iiolr^:''iE^&h^::i^i��  Tiijjiii sEra\vn^s;. stbre;  iiSlfifc  fetd  ^;l25';anrj^2��|;!  jBjert^jqr^Ii^i^C;!;: [^M |  .    -  ^bt':f>;,          ���"First^Gltiss^Ejt^iifiUKKriiSlv  ���Cbnie^in'''-Jrhd^';sefc''- ni "���*?'vV'S  ^af^^eW^Kall^di^v'ii^  : .;���. If you; want /: to; enjoy ;a;   ,'  jigopd^smbke^TOme to^tlie i-��  i | -Rbyjil Billiard Parlors^where *���/?  1 ^Oybu^wiirnndla Fuliiiine'of'*''-:':-'  J'Ji.JmpprtedHGigars and;:Tb^:  ii^  .Ji^.:f;baccbs, ^ aiiidf'thbbFinesf''^  * J^One"or>Vebb^:^bc^ab^ '"'  ';! -:; ;'"'.".s-"'-"-,^:..''���'--"'-'���'���''-'v."'-;'^'v?';'.'"������!���'.���'���'-":.**-. '''A'.ni.  ���: :-.A jj At the samcf t^meyou are;��� ��� .  ^.yik'el^to^fihdf^  J    here enjoying  biliiards:'! c>r ^"  ';'^.?i-.���;^!?"Ov*i���:;^^li%^'��/iJ,���l?..:://���'���-'4^���;';-^;��J;l7,-,'l;'  ���;.'^.th'e'-b^wling-'r6o'ms;is-S^^:-';',^  ^\vt^--"^--^-^*r:-v'/;.:v;-;;:--'--;>X;vv^^V-:;^  s>- -.'it:"-^'. >if-.��� *";"������ ���' ��� ^77?'.-vfe ;n:v-���'���'���-::-;"?;  -���f ���:yx.Az.^,-f. ���^fcsniis-r^: ?-������?/;-��� i ;.-a-;-- , _  '; j'lnfbrrnatibn ,;abpiit"'���:Phoenix  and' the  .     "Boundary country given on application..  '������'���"������..'..-..: ���"....*'.1'i--'!-;.'-^'.s.i;.'l:.'.,..v,^���'. ;;>ii.;.;.��i:Us'i'iJljj;.j;:ii.f;,J���������"'..,.'  gi-"-- j^:^;  ��� '*?-/���  H^;W  t'Cni  tr.-r.-~-.~-ri--  r!-V:>>*"'-  Cbnd  uctedjjn,First-q a^s sljape.;: Choice stock.bfirrieating; gtiods,  Special atteh|ion to. dining^ i*TO  v&rnish'edgrooinSi  ;-���*��'*  .���^-^^���S^T^I  I  Dealilea Aveaaei  ty.-q.jf.  ���W^rf,-'  m;i  1  PkMalx, B C.  :*VW  F.^McC6rmic^  Knob Htii' Avi};;. p"hoeriht;'Bf ic  Danyille, Wash..  e-sv'^ithe^isi^uh'e^tp^te  ai?:3^;0^P*^'^t'ra!:?ex^  ||^jj;||%��^S;':'^uir  's*^*S5,J'''&-'h''J-';i''";':-ithin^s  lillilS?  ;��� iT*^f;}ri-U^*'v?-  >^er; expecfts; tblftirfMs stage  ; ;;irbnrG^dnwbod;-;in'st<*adv; Of^'PhbcaiixV1  ���;;tp;; Connect;"; with^hfe^G^r^Npiiherirr;'  ivStag^wben trains r^iirrunning reguiv  ��� ;,Iarly^MidwBy^This >v|ir leave more'  -v busirte^i for ^e^tlier -silagfe line.-- '&.���.I   .?:&'>*>~"m z  ���u-:-.-:i.[i ��.{���*.  :.ii iU  is announced by the ;Anacbnda News.  ,:;^.,\;.,4^?i3��-^;i>i.:g^&f>*R��jfi^;;*,s^  :i; xTnbs;^ ���^^MgIntyre,i;&;:;Co>.^have  started':-m^ the ;^rd^fei^b.iisjiiess at  ���G Kind l^prks. V Xc^ ?_^T: ^^j^j,,) ^;^  ;^Alex : Robinson, superintendf'Ht;5 of  public;schools ibfthe protince; whbijas  Cbeen;:speiiding:sorrie time iri^East and  AV^st^ Kbptenay, is[ :'expe":ted> ihH-the  i^pmVdaFy^shortly, "  On Your i^y^|i^^aperj(  ; fir'.-r  I  ��� | ,i f A neWXstocIt' withVSevv  ;'.-;vr ��.*? serai different yiewsj'just5 < ' V'i  . r'j --^ ;?��;*>, jjustjKhatiyoja wistitl-^^^^i  .-; F.;:,;j-j&Iso: -a::ij;^l^aii.. ^ ^^ '>.:v;' .^'J'  ,T-:- ^'f-^^J&^iffe^^:Xif '.ZH^y.rJ.  -i-.Vf.r..-.  aK^  :j-f$ 0ur^tqck. o^u^njlr ���;;' ��� -^ j  'i'^iii.hjense:, ?nd^niust-; .6i*.;������'.  1 ?;:|^eil to:be.apprec'atedi ;.��  '{i?;.'.i?!:v'':*r ?''i*i>tef>ii-- ^J^.-;.-;.;>^  thrdugh the ,\y.e|f,^ and ^Jas! not a l(ttle.r  surprised at triejmagnittide bf iheinrh-'  ingbperatioi;s being carried oh here  in  R'ey.^Sarhuel "Lundibi who*preached;  the St Ari,dr5wsJlyre^byVen*an church;  ".;'; la^|(Sunday joriUiie;; fir^f t/hie^inade: a'  ;;..-���:' disrihetiy; la^bgible; iiyipression;. and- it  ';;is^hb|)ed1 that-ha^niAy credfde-itb remaur  ������';':. herei';';He;wHl-^cVpy^thp^nW:pulpjt'  : ^;;;asjaijtif.'t;pmorebvfc|';|w;;^ P^u'''l  ;:':v;-^ NeK  ���v..':, sqn.rwillplay.ia:j!etuni datp;-at* Min^rs'  ;;vIJni|n^^  K;;-. -Je'riR|?avid Garnck- Robertson's fahr'  ,���'���;���? P,us ^classic, cwmeay. .-:'.���;. It';iis a foregone  '���{   conclusionthatsMr. Nelson'-will-have-i  !-;;  full 4ijouseihei,e,''as usual.'''*'[���'';������'  ^0^rM^r^��� v ^ ::":r  9&4K*'*���'!)>'-::-'1:r '������:,. "'  ���'��� >-y'-ifii&been published intone or twb  .'t^ou^dary papers;that; -trjfe passenger;  traiii.now running to phoenix over Uie  .(Jreat -Northern '. would  be -taken .'off;  ..-���' AviiehJlbe line to;Atidivay (is-'ojiencd,  "���' sho'rj|fly ,;���;;���; This .'is- afn erfpr,,aS;the pas-;  sehger Service to)Phoenix-jivjll be coii  ..'������ liriued.'as usual, v ,-V.-   ;;. ��v-, 'J'  Elliott,   Woodard   &   iiogue,   wh  . havf'liad their- pole line camp at (lit  \.:.War.i,EagIe, moved it this ,\yeel: to tin  Winnipeg.     They: have ,35 -men em  ployed, and are making good  progrcs-  ��;ith putting up the heavy poles on tli,.-  (li the Kettlt.riyer valley, haye;gone'tb  Galifo'rniaV'^fiefe!tiey wtIL spend- ��� the  \vinter,at-Loi>g-Beaoh. ���"-������   ������*-���'���    '.''.'���  ���.  '���-:. 3 ---.,;.-;���...:.'... .;:>.'. :.. ..:.-;:���;;.-,(<��'*   '--���  ;��� Surveys - for -the- wBorimngton  pole  line into  the .-Boundary are "going;on  ,!?e��wecjiVGr)i'nd^FqrJcs_4  the;opeiKcp.uptr'yV  are closely.following the-sufveybrfc4--yt  ���:;-''jThe"'B^  Forks, wlrich- were-recenti^  ed khd;h'a'd addiifdnaf local^pitaipuf  imp tl'e.enti!rprisex; ace;;ei^argihg.>cbiiri  siderabiy^Vand ,will.sobn-;'be\r!able;to  hand|e alrnost anythii^ln'th'athlie; ;:  j;. Green wood's issue of $i$;o6&!&sL$eT-  Avofks dd.)en&fes; hai [ Been "s'dj��|,fjtb  Su'rison ]& Cp.ofljoipn'ta/.' It liSvaBtik  cipated -that the jmproveinents/irdnh'e  water system-ivill' be cbniiileted '\iit��  VfiriV' ;������-���--���-���-���;��� ������������.:���-.'������ ���������'���- ��������� -���- . -I'-v;-  ���Cio^:cor&^r|f^ji ;Points E*st an3'#esi!*<>v *J  ������:[. ���.:, ,with,:2':-'l[10&B^1i'OVEr^ANb^'^^    I  .������;--������-���'-; ^^I^fSitreirliet- directid^^ifyr ^ '-a'; -^  'f;: Stationsr^1 ���' fJj^de^is^l  O  ���' ' 'j J,  .'     -''v'" '. ."' '"'   "��� 'L'.',* .���' ��"  ^'1 " .rt'^tbaccrifii^r���'- ������"-*.  TV   I .��� '   '������'���   '���'���,-'   *-     ,.���-,:���-.-.-::--^V''    Ml,:-   ��������  (jfl-KorAiHUI-Av*. ��� ..-..-��� ^PboeniavB. C .;i'  time tried: ;;  .v'-.-.-;^r..v^f>:-J.;.;f'::-.,:;,'^';..-f:,;.^>-%'^/;:. ''y.Fi)iE,frEST��u..:  "H" "~ " " "  year.  ���u^'-.m. ,..,.   PHOENIX, Bid!  ettfi^  est:  t-i 9/t."  Kr;  ;.; No argument' is'-' so "conyincinft,its;  practical .proof.'   ;'|Corrie'in atid lefciis;  show you tlutt we jean   fit  your eye.-  with  proper  glasses after otlieVs lidvi'  failed. ' Hearing appliances and "arti-  ficiai eyes.  ; Satisfaction  guaranteed.  Dr.; Mecklenburg, A.;'M. D. Sc, tin  Winnipeg eye"specialist;"in charge.   A  .Thomas   drug:  store,    Phoenix,   froii  Friday, Oct.; 20 to"22; at their Green  _    - . . \-ood  store, /Monday,  Tuesday   ano  end of the line.   Their work exten *s tV j U^ednesday, = pet.  23, 24, 25; at then  and perhaps beyond the Granby smel I Midway store, Thursday and  Friday  ' Jer; ,. " ���' .V    ' ' ������--���*'  ' .-' 'Octl^o-,^;''-;''^";'-'''-'-:  ���/^'���.,;7B:''"^pr!w^;TJtpib^  ��� -National of Ireland  London &-*-lJaiYcit4hire:  r< Queen -iTToirrance'G���'>:'.**��� *������!������*#��� ���>���'*  ';:���: phofertiJc wf*Haptfordf������*�� �������������������� *i��.  ' fRe^ctfuIIy^';;Soiiafey;a''^^ ;; ^uF' a Btisiness.j  ,  Miss M. McDonald cordially invited theiadiesCtof>'-;Phc^uixi:'>tipfj.  inspect the latest styles in Hats at heiruew store. v      '^     ^  LowerTowB .; .-        K: _ ^^ ;���'. ',v--|-;:.;!;-, ::;,.-:^' -..  ..'> Dominion Avenue.  l^luh^gSTj; Cheapest, v  r   . and^mdst .satisfactory  |||^ihinpr��^ripii��f&  i ':^,i��i.w^Wd4^-ffiin��.KP^^;���''''' ^'":"   ":- ''"''" '' "���"* '��� ������  ': just.a&ivedr^AlrTiew-^easonable-'gr^s at-old-'-'r''''''-^---'"-^*-'--'  "'���������    ''.' ; u':''ahd''GrtEAr'EisT:prices;'-'''':-->;*:^^ ; '.  ... "TilOti^  ���  Men's W"e*;'ar Excltisiv^Iv   ���.   ���    -" '���"^���knik kiock  '      ���?���"    ,r    .7;    ��� rrl���Ci^s,yc*y^  . '/      knobhui.avk.. imioknix,  ;  9  l^M-INiOK^AWENUE? 1  A.  >K Yotf Waata nice hobbfy and uli-t^S^^P^fMflip  V ^find a .choice, selection iuour line o^meTfw^t^'hl^'Jin^  _ -foH-flhnlei*; VVeisell thekind that ^^^Mm&&^t  MMa's Shirts You Will find ithard^^iSrttf^fagii?  .tached and detached cuffs plain ;ap^eai^0o1pMtip  fall blocks^ in .^Blaclc - and:B^n, ^sb*^iji��e ; range of 1  ;-flfe-4'.t'-f<,'-  ���..lifest��lv-��*l{^:^-''^    ���������� ���. pff��*r^*Pur l��neof shoes is complete,'you-should  ^���: 1^2^^*?^ l/u^ftir^JOur-paieiit:calf drssrihoesl  v# ��� *TO"dxfbVoyb*fifsbine thern-all, '''���i4v*,'';.v-*;;%'^-^V.:^ �����-  ^^i^^i'^'"*^ "^^>erlfect fitting i.orfblks"anil three  ; - - ��� -rJie^e ^ijits^'stylisli.*";."/' ' ���������'���"���*������ ���;.'���/���**.*:'���!  ^������-���.'- ���  See our line o/Jl^dies^Wais^, Ladies' Shirtviadies' Collars:  Ladies Shoes, Ladies' I.inen Underwear, Children^ .,=  "''      ''" -^ >  : ���'' .< ; '-��#^:"A*asb;iiJ|resses|J ,' : |:; .*���; ^,: 1: -������������"    .-..  " '���''' '������'������''"   Girls'and Bpys^Waists.'..''''"'^;11''!'' ' .'  Rr  te  ��� ��^ ;:^p?i;siii  ni��<  ?c  iWi,1'!;'  ^^

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