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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 3, 1904

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 ���\/~-  Boundary Mines Produced $10,000,000 in  value within four years  l-l. V.  1��04  '^^^Sm  Phoenix is theTCcntre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  >\,".;  V01..V.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,jSATURl)AY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1904.  '   No. 43 s,  Children's  12 different styles  in Military cut.  NEW FALLDRESS GOODS  Skirts,. Waists,  Ties,  Ribbons,  Tarns,  Head Shawls  Trimmings, Corsets, etc.  A Full Line of Girdle Corsets  Ciiveu-! a call ami in��pect these Gauds and you  will find them to he the latest and newest designs  that can he proem ed.  1 liter*  1-HOKNIX.  OKKENWOOD.  GRAND FORKS.  \mmmMsfflA��8mMmm��m  ��������SW��<B��*����89��l������*��<S��������flW��  Hardware Dept  STOVES  ������The biggest stack of Wood  Heaters   in   the 'boundary���all  prices.    We put all   stoves  charge.  sold  and Coal  styles and  up  free ot  Shot Guns and  For   the   Game   Season.  ' t Guns to rent by day or week.  Sewing flachines  See our Cabinet Sewing Machines,  g'uaianteed in every particular. Price $50.00,  easy monthly payments.  Grocery Department  We are the Peoples' Grocers*  Everything that comes  from   this  department is the best obtainable.  Fresh Fruits every day now.  We have arranged for regular shipments of  Fresh Banch Eggs 50c a doz.  DIED FROM  BROKEN BACK  Bernport Shartenberg Was the  Victim.  FROM FALL   AT  KNOB HILL  MINE  Lived Only Five Hours Alter Accldeat���Inquest  Not Deemed Necessary���Baric* k, Mliert  Uolon.  New BbIMIbi For Knab Kill.  Plans have been drawn for a new  two story block to be erected on Knob  Hill avenue, adjoining Boyle's drug  store. Martin McHale proposes to  put up the building, the upper part  being fitted up for King Edward  Lodge No. 46, A. F. & A. M., and  the lower story being occupied by R.  H. Karatofsky, now in the McMillan  block. The buildingjs to be 30x60  feet in size, and to bejfinished in first  class shape throughout.  GAMBLING  IS CLOSED  Boundary Mining Notes  Wednesday morning, about eleven  o'clock, Bernport Shartenberg, a nipper  employed at the Knob Hill mine, fell  down 30 feet on a rocky incline in the  glory hole, while carrying steel to the  machine men above, and five houis  later he died of a broken back at the  hospital, everything possible being  done for .the poor fellow, wlnse case  was hopeless.     .>  Shartenberg was under shiftboss  jack Hanna, and it had been his custom' to carry the steel by a roundabout  path to the machine men on top. This  time, however, he took a short cut  up the rocky steep, and ;n some way  lost his balance, and fell with the ore  tha^t began to tumble about him. Some  think that a large piece fell on him,  doing the fatal damage. He lingered  at the hospital till about three oclock  in the afternoon, when death relieved  bis suffering.  The young man was about 21 years  of age, and leaves a widow, having  been but a few months married. He  was a native of Westphalia, Germany,  and had been employed here a little  over a year, having been employed at  the Morrissey coal mines before coming to Phoenix He was a member  in good standing of Phoenix Miners1  Union No. 8.  Shartenberg has hard luck since  coming here. He has been in the  hospital several times, and a year ago  be was hurt in a blast in the same  mine, as will be noted from the following taken from the Pioneer o( August  22, 1903:  Thursday afternoon . Bern Shartenberg was hurt by an explosion in the  Knob Hill mine. Two charges were  put in adjoining ore chutes in the No.  1 tunnel, to dislodge the ore that had  become wedged. When the explosion  took place, Shartenberg returned just  in time to get the force of one charge  full in the face. He was looked after  by Dr. Boucher at the hospital, and  was sent to ��� Spokane by yesterday's  train over the Great. Northern for  treatment by ;m expert oculist. He  was accompanied by Robert Galloway,  who came from the Fernie section  with him two or three weeks at  Shartenberg is only 20 or 21 years of  ago.  Dr. Foster, the coroner, was notified,  as was also Provincial Constable Dar-  raugh. After looking into the case,  the coroner decided th.it on inquest  was not necessary.  .The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 1:30, from Clark & Binns  undertaking parlors, on Old Ironsides  avenue, Rev. Ii. XV. C. MaeColl offici.  ating, under the auspices of, the  Miners' Unien. The interment took  place in the Phoenix cemetery.  When the funeral was held yesterday afternoon, the Granby mines  closed, and between 200 and 300 men  were in the funeral procession, tlie exercises being held at Miners' Union  hall. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the widow, who  bad been married just four months to  the day of the fatality.  BENEFIT PICNIC  FOR LABOR DAY.  Full  New Metbodist Chnrcb Opening.  The opening services of the new-  Methodist church will take place on  Sunday, Sept. 11. Rev. j. H. White  D.D., superintendent of missions, will  preach in the morning and in the evening will conduct the dedication exercises. A concert and oyster supper  will be held the following Thursday evening at eight o'clock in the  church. A good programme is being  provided and no effoit will be spared  to make the opening of the new church  in every way a success.  Headway is being made in the  transformation of the McMillan block  into the Balmoral hotel by contractor  Munroe for J. A. McMaster. Plastering will be started next week. Mr.  McMaster expects to open the hotel  about the 20th or 25 th of September.  Programme   For   Next  Monday.  Secretary Riordan and the committee of the Phoenix Trades and  Labor  Council have completed arrangements  for the Labor  Day   Celebration  and  Picnic, to be held next  Monday, for  the benefit of William Hall, who lost  a leg as a result of an pre slide in the  Knob Hill mine, May 7th  last.    The  following is the full programme of the  exercises of the day:  Parade leaves Miners?! Union  Hall at  9.30 a. m.,   up  Dominion  Ave. to  First street, across bridge to   Knob  Hill  Ave.,  up  Knob  Hill Ave. to  Second street,   up Second street to  Dominion Ave., then along  Brook  lyn wagon road to rjicnic grounds.  Dancing and Swinging 12 nr.  Luncheon, 1 p. m.     \  Boys' Races, boys under 16 years, 100  yards,' jsl prize, $2.00;  2nd  $1.00;  3rd 50c.  Boys under 12   years,   75  yards,   ist  $1.00; and 50c; 3rd 25c.  Boys under 8 years, 50 yards, ist  75c;  2nd 50c; 3rd 25c.  Sack Race, 50 yards,   boys  under 12  years, ist $r,oo; 2nd 50c; 3rd   25c.  Shoe Race, boys undiT 14 years, ist  $1.00; 2nd 50c; 3rd 25c.  3 P. M., Four-round' Sparring Match,  between Dan Dean and John McMillan. ��l  3.30 P. M.. Four rojiriq Sparring-Match  between Dan DeaTfTahd tanves"Cuth-  bertson or P. Haggerty.  4 P. M., Waitresses" race, under 40  years, 50 yds., ist $3.00; 2nd $2.00;  3rd $1.00.  Girls' Race, under 16 years, 50 yards,  ist $1.00; 2nd 50c; 3rd 25c.  Girls' Race, under 12 years, 50 yards,  ist 75c; 2nd 50c; 3rd 25c.  5 P. M., Tug of War, Granby vs. Town.  9 P. M.,  Grand   March   at   Miners'  Union Hall.  I^abor Day Cake Contest, benefit of  Wm. Hall, candidates, Miss Esther  Docksteader and Miss Margaret  Bell, vote for one���tickets 10 cents  each.  Reception Committee for Dancing  Pavilion and Ball at night���A. H.  Shepard, Alex Sutherland, D. L.  Mclntominey, C. H. Towns and  Frank Nelson.  Floor Committee���H. A. Munro, A.  Pion, Tames Walsh, James Marshall,  ��� G. W.McAuhffe,   P.   H.   Lacasse,  .. Albert Groulx and Dan Docksteader.  Paid Bills (or Labor.  The chief item of business before  the city council this week was the payment of bills for labor on the streets.  Aid. Porter was chairman in the absence of the mayor, Aids. Boyle, Delahay and Marshall also being present.  The bills paid were as follows.  Sam Stevens,       labor $56 00  E. Dawson, "   59 00  Tom Millet, "        37 5��  Wm. Farney, "    ..  42 00  Herbert Sexton,        "......   36 00  C. Meinel, "      36 00  Joe Brotherton,        "   ......   51 50  Frank Green, "      30 00  I. Corbeill, "         1 50  Jas. Gibbons, "       15����  David Veague, "    19 50  J. K. McMillan,       "......     6 00  N. Lemieux, "        4 50  A. Groulx, "         3 30  Mclntyre & McDonald    18 50  Wm. Walters       3 00  Silver Wedding Anniversary.  Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs.  John Jordan celebrated their silver  wedding with a dinner at Black's  hotel, the immediate friends of the  family being invited to be present.  Covers were laid for twenty, and after  justice had been done to the viands,  an adjournment was taken to Miners'  Union hall, where games and dancing  were enjoyed till a late hour. Besides  those in the Burns and Jordan families, a number were present from the  near by railway camps.  Latest Prices in Mclnls.  Nkw York���Copper, eleetrolvtie, $12.-  50��$12.75; la'c, *12-.75  !.Bar Silver, 67  Lead, $4.20-  By Order of the Police Commissioners.  POHLNIX NO LONGER "WIDE OPEN"  Wednesday Nifht all the Qamei Were Closed  Far Good, aad the Oambtlnf Fraieralty  Has Scattered For New Fields.  * Gambling is a thing of the past in  Phoenix���at least opening -gambling  has been stopped, pursuant to an  order issued by the mayor after a  meeting of the board of police com-  mmissioners, held last Saturday evening. The order was given in ' writing  to the chief of police, to take effect on  the ist of the month, and since Wednesday night the merry click of the  roulette wheel is heard no more within  the limits of the corporation of the city  of Phoenix.  When the board met, the motion  was made and seconded by Alderman  Porter and Commissioner Punch", and  was passed. At the same time the  board issued some instructions to the  chief for the regulation of the denizens  of the red light sections of the city,  one of which was that none of these  women should be on the city streets  after eight o'clock in the evening.  Evidently the board intends to make a  clean sweep.  With one��� or,.two exceptions gambling had been more or less openly conducted here for years, and since the  railway construction commenced it has  been more pronounced than ever. The  usual miscellaneous assortment of tinhorns, boosters and rounders that  that follow on the heels of open gamb:  ling had made its presence felt here,  and the commissioners decided that it  was time for a change. There were  probably from 50 to 75 of these people  making their living here" in this way.  Within the last month the chief of  police had ordered quite a number of  these people to leave the city. Greenwood is practically a closed city to  gambling, and Grand Forks is not.  As to the effect generally on gambling, there appears to be a difference of  opinion. Some think it will hurt the  business of the merchants, while others  hold to the contrary. It remains to  be seen which is right. One effect will  be to reduce the revenue of the city  itself, as during the month of July, for  instance, the police department turned  in over $300 to the city treasury. Since  the order went into effect the gambling  fraternity have scattered to find new  fields.  THE FIASCO AT  GRAND FORKS.  Financial  Troubles  Carnival.  of Street  This week Grand Forks has been  blessed with a horde of people who,  strange to say, wanted their money for  providing entertainment, etc., at the  Street Carnival held there last week.  lrrom all accounts it seemed that the  ambitious enterprise was far from being  a financial success, and in fact is something like $1,200 in the hole. The  Greenwood band was to receive $400  for furnishing music, and did get $250;  the "Girl from Dixie" company, eight  people, received but $40 for a week's  work; Foulds Bros., of Green\vood,who  won the $200 prize in the rock drilling  contest, have only promises so far: the  carnival queen, Miss Purcell, o( Rossland, who was to receive $250 in gold,  did not receive the full amount, to say-  nothing of numbers of unpaid bills of  newspapers, actors,-and other  people.  This week a member of the carnival  committee appeared before the city  council, and asked for assistance, but  the council declined to shoulder the  deficit.  The carnival itself is spoken well of  generally.  A compressor plant is to be installed at the Betts and Hesperus this fall.  Another dividend is in the air for  the shareholders of the Providence  mine.  The ledge is widening in the Helen.  The lead averages ten inches or more,  and runs from $100 to $200 per ton.  The No. 2 hoist at the Granby  mines was out of commission one day  this week while repairs were being  made.  A ten foot shaft has been sunk on  the Mountain Queen, near Anaconda,  showing a good lead of silver and gold  ore.  An important find was made at the  Oro Denoro last week when the C. P.  R. wreck dumped 750 tons of Granby  ore on the Oro Denoro ground.  J. W. Astley, formerly in charge of  the Snowshoe mine, has been appointed general superintendent of the Le  Roi mine, and J. H. Trevorrow has  been made mine superintendent of the  same property.  W. Y. Williams has been making an  examination of the Transvaal group  of claims, near Highland valley, Yale  district, at an elevation of some 5,500  feet. The ore is said to be a medium  grade copper, being exposed for some  16 claims. The nearest shipping point  is Spence's Bridge or Spatsum.  1 A valuable find of free gold was  made this week in the R. D. T. claim,  adjoining the Hartford claim in Wellington camp. In a 22 foot shaft, where  work is being done by Joe Taylor and  Pete Boucher, a two foot ledge was  discovered, that is freely speckled with  particles of gold, that are easily seen  with the naked eye.  ROBBED AT  POINT OF GUN  Mrs.  T. Griffin was CrueJ'y  Treated.  THUBSDAY  NIGHT IN  CITY  LIMITS  N�� Clae to Thus, Wke Secured $320, Alter  Belat la the Place aa Hoar.���Police oa  the Trail.  A start was made this week at clearing away the wreck of tl^e hjg Shay  engine and the 24 ore cans that were  dumped at the Oro Denoro last week  Thursday. The steam shovel was  brought into use for the purpose.  Mayor G. W. Rumberger went down  to Spokane on Tuesday's train.  Acting Agent Tretheway, of the C.  P.R. here, spent last-Sunday 'in Nelson.  After spending several days in the  city, A. F. McMillan left again this  week.  Miss Maud DeSpain, who has been  a telephone operator here for a conple  of years, went to Spokane this week.  Roadmaster Johnson, of the C.P.R.,  who has had his troubles lately with  the wreck of the ore train last week,  was in the city Thursday. ���'.  Peck McSweyn, known in every  newspaper office in .British Columbia  and many on the other ~sfde~~bf the  line, is now doing business on the Kettle River Journal, at Orient, Wash,  Chief of Police Flood continues tov  give considerable attention to the warring Italian laborers on the railway  giade. Monday he had five of them  at the jail, and ne has had to visit the  camps several times this week.  The trial of Joshua Bell, who murdered Annie Allen here recently, is  scheduled to take place October 15 th  at Greenwood, the prisoner being defended by A. M. Whiteside, of Greenwood. Some photographs ef the scene  of the tragedy will be in evidence.  Chas. A. McClung, formerly a business man of Phoenix, but who has  been at Val Verde, Arizona, for some  time, where J. F. Hemenway, another  old Phoenician, is financial agent of  the Bradshaw Mountain Mining and  Smelting Co., was in the city this week.  He says that Ralph L. Clarke is now  superintendent of the company's  mines, where about 30 men are employed.  Thursday evening two men with  masks, robbed Mrs. T. Griffin, ,who  conducts the Granby laundry, of $320,  which she had in the p'ace, after treating her cruelly. The thugs escaped,  and so far no trace of them has been  secured, although the police are work-  ing on the case.  i About half past nine that evening a  man entered the Granby laundry, which  is located in the annex to the old (  Wynkoop Stevens building, in the city  limits.    Mrs. Griffin was alone, except  for an orphan child sleeping in an adjoining room. Another man soon came  in, both having white cloths over their  faces.    The cold muzzle of a gun was  placed at her head,  her hands were  tied behind her back, and a strap put,  around her neck to  prevent  outcries.  Mrs. Griffin, thus forced, gave up the >  key to   her  trunk,  which   they  went!  through and secured  the cash,   being  in the house over an hour.'   The child,  although in the room with the' trunk,  did not awaken till Mrs. Griffin  came  n after the robbers had left.  Joe Gation, who lives close by, gave  the alarm and went for the police, who  arrived shortly afterwards,  but so  far  have not  apprehended the   robbers.  Mrs. Griffin^could give no description  of'the men, except tharone-was short ���  and the other rather taller.    Provincial  Constable Darraugh  was in the city ���  that night, and he is'also  working  on <  the case.   ;  . Mrs. Griffin has conducted the  Granby laundry for more than a year,  and has the respect and confidence of  all who know her. More than one  would like to lay . their hands on the  men who took her savings in such a  cruel manner.  Movinc Cascade Pole Line.  On account of Johnson & Anderson  getting ready to set off a blast of 400  kegs of black powder on their sub-contract for railway grading along Fourth  of July creek, the Cascade Water,  Power & Light Co. has found it necessary to move the pole line for a distance  of about a mile in that locality. This  week a force of men under D. P. Barber, who built the original power lines,  has been busy at the work of building  the new and temporary line. The new-  line will be above the railway grade,  instead of below it, as heretofore, and  it is believed will eliminate the possibility of the interruption of delivering  power to the Phoenix mines by the  blasts from the railway graders. The  railway company, of course, foots the  bills for moving the high tension lines.  Supt. Hodges, of the Granby  Co.,  was in Rossland this week.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor 1900, fori90i, for |  190a, lor 1903, auil 1904, as reporttd to the Phoenix Pioneer��� Past  I��oo        1901 190 J 1903 1904 Week I  Gran by Mines, Phoenix 64,533 231,702   309,858   303.718  300,440    10,230  Snowshoe,               " 21)7     1,731    20,800     71,212       Brooklyn, "   150           ...  Mother Ude, Deadwood 5,340   99,034   141.320   138,070   122,400     3,5521  Sunset,                  " ....        802      7,455     15.731       Morrison, "   150      3,330          B. C. Mine,        Summit 19,494   47,405    14,811     19,305   K.Bell, "         500    Emma,                        " ....       650      8,530    22,937^     33,585     1,287  Senator "   303      1,750  Oro Denoro "       15.537     14,030  Brey Foglu            .   "            222        99 j  No. 37                         "           354  Mountain Rose "        298       13*i'  Reliance     33  Winnipeg,   Wellington. 1,076     1,040        785      2,435      Golden Crown,       " 2.250         025    Athelstan-Jackpot " 1.2QU        MO       .....       5,040      2,90S.  King Solomou, \V.Copper .......         S75          No. 7 Mine, Central  665        4S2      City of Paris,     "         2,000          Jewel,          LftRg Lake 160       350     .......   Carmi, West Fotk     , ...        891)    .,   Providence,   Providence      219 993        501       Elkhorn    .,..,., -WO       305  E. P. U and  Goldfinch  107        220       Rnhv.   Boundary Falls      80   Miscellaneous  3,930    3,456         325      Total, tons        99,730 390,000.  50.7.545 084,401   543 719   15.3001  Granby Smelter treated, 62,387 230,828   312,340 401,021   390,207     9.919l|  IIP  W't-  11  ml  )Mh.  Mti.  sli  HP  S^i isfeSN  wm  ���mm.-  7 WSJ  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ^M||:;iigfv  MILL GEARING  We have recently installed a large automatic Gear Planer, and can  supply all sizes of wood and iron geais accurately, machine rut. Order  ahe.id and have us send >oui gears on oui fiist shipment to I!. C, and  save the large freight charges.  ���'"' '���'-      for catalogues of mining and  power  machinery.   Ask for  O.J. MATHESON,  Write us  700 and 200.  'NSUKANCE AGENT  :C���tol��u,t;teMtoKAtTU*rlu,  .P'lOKNix, 1J, j  1   The Jenckes Machine Co,, Ltd.  ~    Rossland, Greenwood, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Halifax.  Head Office and Works, 135 Lansdowne St., SHKRiiKOOKE, Quk.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary JHlniua; Journal  broke; hadn't a sou, and-not a stitch of!��  clothes to his back.    He called for a M    0     ~  dnnk and alter getting it lav down toll    �����   C.   MINING  sleep jt off. Our wife seems completely '  'gone" on him and he is still at the  house,    drinking   and  sleeping,   but  The 0. R. stamp mill is again  tun-  ip  Hi  ItaVXO OS SATDKDiYS SV TBB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  t. -     ��0��iu    j uji-  nmg on I. X. L. ore under the LeRti  at tuontix, >. c  W. m. WtLLCOX. Manaoch.  T.i.nt��... I Business office No. 14.  Tclepkoata j Umga.t reii<jeiicei Ko. 1$.  itjascarmows in advakcb.  as soon as   he  gets   strong enough lease  he will be given a job in the office. He Rossland mines shipped 6,390  tons  weighs &*4 pounds. of ore last week, or  231,46s  tons for  m   ��� this year to date.  Uncle Tim, he of Toronto, has been .. ,,   .   .,    _    ,,  i/ii^iv.       ,                       , ^t ^j0y,e t|)e S[   Lugene  mine is  troubled with scarcity of water for the  big concentrator.  The  White Bear mill,    Rossland,  ferYear..  ..fl.OO  MM  '��� vf.-i'  . I.��5  ��U Months   ��TOBar*notaaub��criber to this paper, this]  If an Invitation lo you to become one.  favoring the residents of Phoenix and  other Boundary towns with copies of  his latest book within the last few days.  With other chasers after the nimble " '��    ^��"IJ��a.  western dollars, he keeps right on after turned over its stamp battery for the  business, several times a year.  Several f,r&l tm,e on Frida>'  sicks of these excellent fire builders      T',e Gold King property, adjoining  were dumped here. the Jumbo, has joined  the Rossland  m list of working mines.  Incidentally, the man who does not      The owners of the Myrtle group on  believe in advertising could take a leaf Twelve mile, Slocan, have struck their  out of the note book of Unrle Tim   i-��^ -- - '-  R. B. KERR,  RARRISTtK  AND'SOLICIlok,  NOTAXY Publjc  P��OENlx,]i,c    ���mat   < JIWX.     WBER  -aW       �������        ��������  >> g CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  _   1* .   .    .���  S SHOES AND DIES  (J    RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  '   AGENTS, GREENWOOD.  SHAVING PM��o��s   '^  and HAIUKOOM.  c;f��\,��-WIII|aiiisHiock,cor  FI..UM.I Oldlrc.sldc'.'A^- I'Hncw.v  jj fi  ^.F.amlA. M.  "pillar communication k ..  G.W.ROMBBROKR,  Sttrelary  Ai^*ia* **?** ful,��"��h��<> on application.  tetml aoiScea 10 and j cents pei- line.  Four weekly Inaertlonaconatltute one month's  adrertialnir: "'   '' -i  ���., .  lead in a long crosscut  Thirteen mining properties around  Sandon which were idle during the depression are now working under lease.  Slocan City ore shipments average  I out of the note book  of Uucle Tim,  even if the aforesaid-Uncle does not  believe in paying his printers the going  wages.   Bimotby Teaton   thoroughly  believes in printers' ink,  and uses it  profusely, thereby building up such a we��� up with ^ ^''^In^Z,  business all over Canada, that he re- runningabout f>-00 tons  so far this  cently paid -$450,000,  or something   ear  like it, for a site for a branch house in      r,. ,      ,,  ii/-    ���   '    rr.u . ���       -. .t . ���R|C'1 K��'d ore "as   oeen   found  on  Winnipeg. If that is not the most con-   ,    T    "  ,   ��� f..   .     ���   ,.     .j-.-   the Jo Jo, near   Ihrce  Forks,  assays  elusive proof that well directed, judi- r ,. , '        }  ,      . . , ,,   from   which   run   into   hundreds  of  cious advertising pays, and pays well,  we do not know what it is.  Do You  Take  THE PIONEER  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary, it works for the Boundary. It is owned'by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $ J 0.00.  It costs only $2.00,  1 Block. '  W.a.FKASBR  W.M.  ��� HOENIX AKKIK  NO. IM.  h^1!Z2l��^^  i. O. O. F.  snowmioh i.odgk ^o <i  Meets eviry Monday livening at   Hardy Hall  Visiting lirHhcrii cordially invlled.  Alix.MIIkie. N. <:.  Oko H.Mk/\d, Ktc. fec'y.  Win. Delahay, 1'er. Mu. Hrcy.  ounces  An output of 300 tons daily is ex-  No one in the Boundary now re- pected to be maintained by the Sullivan  gretsthatJackMunroe,  who  was re- �������� *he" the Mar>'svi,,e smelfer is  cently easily'vanquished, by James J. P   e ���  Jeffries, failed to advertise that he was Tne dividend declared recently by  at one time a resident of Phoenix. The the Byron N- w'i'te Co., for the Slocan  pugnacious miner will probably drop Star- amounting to $25,000, was their  from the public gaze now. f"nt  Heaven Enoujh Par film.  Last evening I was talking  With an editor aged and gray,  .Who'told' me of a dream he had,  I think 'twas yesterday,  While snoozing in his office,  The vision came to view,  For he saw an angel enter,  Dressed'in garments white and new  I  I  I  THE0BSERV41W  Thinqs Taiitac o�� at  ' Homb akd Elsewhere  Some $30,000 was separated from  ! People who witnessed the Jeffries-  Munroe fake prize fight at San Francisco last week, so that even the   man  tenth and makes a total paid to the  shareholders of $S75)OOO0na|ta]iV  ation of $500,000.  Constant Ferneau, the English  en-  -. -        , c   uwu, ,f;"fer' ^ returned t0 the Kootenays,       -e anc  I who lost probably made  better wa��es W     pmceed at ��"ce  with the I have a p  (jthanhe'did   when   mucking   in   tliel"? enr,chment Plant at Rosebery and      It>s the  j Granby mines, two years am '      f Zmc smelter at fernie, the latter to  Where the  !l ' ,haVea  caPaci'y  of 30,000  tons  per ^  annum. ' H  An important Poplar deal  has just  .Said the angel, "I'm from heaven,  The Lord just sent me down  To bring you up to glory  And put on your golden crown.  Yov'e been a friend to ever) one,  And worked hard night and day;  You have supported many thousands,  And from few received your pay,  So we want you up in glory,  For you have labored hard,  And the good Lord is preparing  Your eternal just reward."  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  For All Purposes,  For mim>s. iiiHiii.-��routPiile ��ervii<��> fm          ''VirinK K��h.1h, for cutiuc-torn.   Con  qni<;k delivery, fully guaranteed ��n,.���0 vt"��'"' ".opjriito, quick him) powerful  ��ith or without temlers       eM'��n-Bmj-T'VlY'I<JU,'e<l t-v,*e' H"-v widtl,"f W  . service at the mines of i.ranl.v Co.. J'hoenix. It. C.  If one half the stories that arrive  _ "" from > Grand Forks, regarding last  Fred Simpson, the owner of the ^eek>s Street CamivaI] are correct)  Cranbrook Herald, the best paper in that event will do more towards ad.  East Kootenay, has returned from a v^rtising Grand Forks in the way it  tnp tohis old home' in Illinois. It does not wfsh t0 ^ advertised than  goes without saying that the "Old Man" anVthing' tl)at" could be suggested.  lost no chance to tell the people in the Seemingly, it was a colossal financial  cent belt all about the advantages of faiiure-however meritor.us the thing  the Kootenays. and now Ji��' ���'- *-"���  Then the angel and.the editor  Started up towards glory's gat��,  But when passing close to Hades,  The angel murmured, "Wait,  I have a place to. show you,  It's the hottest place in hell,  '-~re the ones tfcat.ijever paid you  torment always dwell."  . - -f,.... ucal  ,ms  ]us(.  been completed, by which the Spyglass  mine was purchased outright  b/the  Spyglass Mming   &  Developing Co.  ��   " for a ',rice -^id  to be nearly  $35.��oo. Active work  will  secuted.  And, behold, the editor saw theie  His old subscribers by the score,  And grabbing up a chair and fan,   -. ...v. aumncages ot  the Kootenays, and now he' is telling  his subscribers of some of the big  things he saw at St. Louis and other  places in tbe effete east.  itself may have been.  PROVINCIAL.  Rumor has it that Hon. C. H. Mac  kintosh will not run on the Conser-  noted that the old war horse has not  ��iade< any official, announcement on  the subject himself.  It was a peculiar coincidence  this|��  week when-Charles M. Drinkwater, as-|    It is reported that Fernie is to have"  He wished for nothing more;  But was bound to sit and watch them  As they sizzle, singe and burn,  And his eyes would rest on debtois,  Whichever way he'd turn,  be pro-1 Said the angel, "Come on, editor,  There's (he pearly gate I see."  But the editor only muttered,  ���'This heaven enough for me."  ���Ex.   ^.���.*�����tCi, as-      ���" '3 'qjoriea tha  sistant to the president of the C.P.R., a new weekly PaPer  made the annduncment that the rail-      Vernon has decided not to have its  way company would very shortly issue annual fall fair this year.  $25,000,000 of new stock.    It may     The  enrolled attendance   at    the  be watered stock, but from  the pies- Rossland public school is 440  ent outlook it is pretty sure to draw  dividends.  GAME LAW SYNOPSIS.  In the Lillooet by-election the  official count gives McDonald, the  Conservative candidate, a majority of  Cranbrook, Moyie, Revelstoke, Sandon, . Slocan,   Victoria   and  Phoenix  It is a long time since the newspaper  Paragraphs   have had as gooT'an,    XShavPOk:;giUnat  ��"*��*" SMM' fa'��-��.  September ,st ,0  ����> iney.n0��r have in the Russo-Japanese   ' ���        December Is.  and al7fh   h      D'e "* and sha^- ""�� Sp��rtS,ne" �� *e camp  ^f^^e Port Arthur is gett/ng      Hnnl�� are forbidden to  tiespass  SnrIttv0WnTtheSCa,ethat '�� -��s? ��" encl0^ lands belonging toSe  ave^"^ 0Ut ��f S*ht to the Pwne". without permissbn       "  llSrh       Theem,Ve WOr,d is      0pe" Seaso^ Septembe  t to   De  tang to have some respect for .he cemb^ r5-Dcer, buck ordoe moun  ;'e��f   inversely, is ,os;ng it for tain goat, mountain sheep (ramS  ^retofore   considered   doughty ^ptember Uo December 3^  Cures Colds In One Hour.  Many cold cures are dangerous be-  ��^ ��n,po*d of deadening opiaus.  Bnt fragrant healing Catarrhozone  cures colds in one hour and is both  harmless and delightful to use  Has Sold a Pile   of Chamberlain's   Coufb  Remedy.  I have sold Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy for more than twenty years  and it has given entire satisfaction. I  have sold a pile of it and can recommend it highly. ��� Joseph McKinley,  Linton, Iowa. You will find this  remedy a good friend when troubled  with a cough or cold. It always affords  quick relief and is pleasent to take. For  sale by all druggists.  Hospital Donations  l.'.i-t of Donations received since Jan. I  1st, 1004, to tlie Phoenix General Hospital :  *      You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONJR  The Leading' Weekly  of the Boundary.  Published iu the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  Inl9Q3~  OREGON  StlOlgrLlNE  and Union Pacific  ONLY LINK EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Tkains Daily.  Sti-aincliip liVkets to Kuroi>eari<l oilier  forej'irn countries.  I.trMVts  JO��Hy_  s,Kff"J!f T"c sei^nTiT"  Arrive;  Dally  the entire lioundary shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was reduced by  M SMELTERS  ��W.��U have ta Mm c^JH   No^m6er , ��� . P�� ��������� ''"������   For  colds,  c��t,���h  ,h,l.���,K  "S1��,,,sl|and ote.        '�� ����ch 3,-Bearer; ��d throat trouble me only Catarrho  ', "icsrten. zone.    rnmnU.  ���..c.    a  while others are not sur*    n  "Bia Bill" roii\     ��� 0ur own  *'g Bill  Gallaher �� quoted by an  ^..^^^tingpositvelv tha"  SLeCioffbeforetheend  anrlh.    \ a g00d Ll'beral,  ^dheo"ght tokeeppostedieveni  ^atZawh;Ie,otofimp��"a"t  votes at Ottawa for reasons best known  obmself.   The ft* is that "  .tTr^^^^safeto  Casli Jioo Clcmcut S. Houghton. Boston  Cusli $i 00 , A Friend  Casli Ij.co '   A Krlcnd  Mtlsc. $ 300 A Friend  Caali I5.00.... ...: ..J.J. Stmlzel  Fr.iciure Bed and Fi!ri>Hiire,valiie$6o...A Krlend  Cnsh $50 T. Kiitoii & Co., Toronto  I.lneii ....;..Mrs, I Crawfon  Cluniiwiirtr : Mlisen Crawford  Ci  i' fJ5  Canadian Kami Drill Co  (.'osll J3o ,,. ......Huspitnl s't��ff  J.undKcape tTnrdcii..... .;. ;,..MrK.K   II..Kerr  J4 Orate Strawberries.:.!.' J. li.-l'e era  Syrup A Frklid  Cash Js.oo.'l , M. Mullln  ( Bull $3 00 _ A Friend  1 dor.. Jlcd Spreads... ,  A Friend  I'air Ontclies tieorfcc Clmploln  CianitcTca Pot Morrin, Thompson & Co.  MaKazines W. 8. May  VetfiLabloi  Mrs. J. Ii. Mills  "-   ���  8. .Vacy  hone Co.  -    ^..icn Mr. W.S.Mncv  C��j|>, J60.00 ...'. .'......Bachelors' pnnce  Cash, jj.oo.... '...' ;..,Bobt Horrell  ���nd i'stnr"' " "a"S*"' '" S'""'y ���"  andj��,,���,,,v,ra,,olc���.,d;|oriheUn.ed  $2.00  tost and Most  Reliable News  ���,��i a. 111. FAST MAII,���Tu and from  Corurd'Alene district, Fann-  ilngtoir Garfield ( olfax, Pullman, '.Moscow, *Ponieroy,  WHltsbuig, Dayton, W a 11 n  WallA. Peiid elon. llakcr City  and all points Hasl....  8.00 p.  tyo p. 111. KXPKK.S8��� For Faniiiinjlon  Giiifitltl, Ct.Ifdx, piillniau,  Jl oscovv,(.eni��toii, Portland  San Krauciacu,' Hitktr O'lty  ' aud alt points HAST.  KXI'KKSS ���From nil points  Kan, linker City, Ssn Frau-  ciiico, Pordnud, Colfax, (Jar-  field and PariniUKtoii 11.40s.m.  ���Kxcept Sunday.  SHORT LINK TO CALIFORNIA.  San FifUHMsro-lYirtlnml Route.  SlrnmerK noil from Aiusiroitti dock, Portland,  at 8 p. 111. mill from Spenr Street whorf, SanFrsn-  cIhco, at 10 a. m. every 6ve ttays.  Tickets 011 sale at alls. V.Ik N. Stations.  For furtlier information as to rates, lime of  trains, equipment, etc., address  GKO. J. MOIII.KK,Oeiier��l Agent,  . Kiverslde Ave. Spokane. Wash  Spokane Falls  Northern Ry*  Tlie only all rail rdtite hetwoen point*  east, went inid couth lo RoHflninl, Nt'l-  son, Grand Forks hiiiI Republic.  Buffet cHrs run lietween .Spokane and  Leave,  8:'Sa 111.  ���o-4oa. ,���.  7:��o ��. 1,,..  '��-3S�� 111..  ��;�� a. m,���  KKFI(CTtVKji,NH,4.Iw.  ......S|x)kaiie...���  .... Kossluiid.;..  '   .Nelson      Grand Forks'"   Kepiiullc,.       rrlve  .... 6:ij p. nt  "...<:J5 P.m.   7.��o p. in.   4:00 p. in.  6.IJ p. tu.  Save  Time all the time  BY USING  $mk:  Mfillm  Sick Headache.  rt ���      ,    ,��� '   u-    complete outfi  atanvt.C"��:<;-Sh00t W destro^i.e ,5C at aU drUgKist,  ny *     ��� Birds lmnS on noxious in-'  sects; Enghsh blackbirds; caribou, cow,  or calf; chaffinch; fawn under ^  months; elk, wapiti, cow or calf under  t��x.years; gull; linnet; moose, cow or  calf under x2 months; mountain sheep,  cweorIanib.English P;  "nts, except as hereinafter provkd;  nnail   oil l..���j. , . r "-^,  ^    ..w,a    ^0r,seYeraI   years   my   wife   was I  Complete outfit,   $r.0o,   trial StK"'?  fat 1'Mcians called  : at all druggists. of h^adache ��fa ��*ry severe character '  of lioundary Mines and Sineltcis  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subsciiption can begin at any time  It is fearless  f the elections this fall, it ^ H^l, a��� k^ ^TZ^TI1  "* thrush. '' ���,R^,arK'  , An exchange says editorially i��� J  -���._   recent issue: pv..�� m.  ,.  ��.v��� , Bvety p*y*W��o Knows  ,.*ve have seen many a tramp prin-     Ab��"' the great merit of rv   ry  ter, but about the most unij s^"��� o^MandTS and^B S- i  men I ever met came to our house'     \Whl��.h C,eanse   ^ system    cure  �����/-* ���% ' He was ��iSSCS?.1^ ^^j  Fall Fair Dates.  Armstrong, Sept. 26, 27, 28  Agassiz, September 5.  Mission, September 14.  Kelowna, September ic, 16  Maple Bridge, September, 15, r6  , NonimcSepL, iS>l6|17'.  island, September 21.  Comox, September 21, 22  Chjlliwack, Sept. 2I, 22 2,  aaanich, Sept. 23, 24.  Cowichan, Sept. 23, 24.  Langley, Sept. 27.  Burnaby, September 27, 28  Kamloops, Sept. 28, 29, ��0.  Richmond, Sept29, 30  Smrey, Sept. 29.  SSVoTSTi0* * * *'��� 1  She doctored with several eminent  physicians and at a great expense, only  to grow worse until she was unable to  do any kind of work. About a year  ago she began taking Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets and today  weighs more than she ever did before  and is real well," says Mr. Geo. E,  Wright of New London, New York  For sale by all druggists.  Address with check  PHOENIX, B. C ~"~  Grand Porks,  Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  We do the kind you want,  but which you rarely see ���  the kind that is Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  PlfOENIXj   B.   C.  . K.ROVUR.  Proprietoi  Connects both. waya wl?l,B���.i w����^. niB- "' m  Fare-Grand forks to PhoenixN2!V,er"'���in.  I Gt. Northar offlc.^'^"SprS. X, %&  I Gt. Norther offices  JateiUier office  i  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND ALM>AOiFlccO��lST  POINTS.  & Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS KAST.  Best Meafe oa Wheels.  2 Fast Trains Daily O  EAST AND tVKsT~        J ' *�����:"  WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS.  Vour choice of route.  Spokane        70I W.'uiv^itle,  Wash. Spokane. Wii.  *�� WHIbeto yourlnlerest  formation nSt^*-It0Bfcure reIiftblB in"  est rates and h^r��ad.eervicH'lhelow-  'oral condfij?nM��?,eftl  ^����,W t0  If von:   ��?n  llu   J-fuie' I'otels.ctc.  fame win lf�� ,VJi rm.^"in y��" d^ire. the -  ��oyouf T&88   'V,tvutanyexPenB0  B. H. TRUMBULL,  m Third St;,Portland, Ore.  ���J* *'<i.="' "j   ���' 1. -^ "LV -?V"v\!r�� 'i.\'s.:V  .'������iW.^. a. r a Jr-ii S>, -> -�����;.?.���'"..?,,������ .'/I  ^TMaaiHidi ���������  ASj>H|  vssflsmi  i$l��*lff e-6-e -���-���-*-0-��-��-o-��-��>-��>-  Tfflr^KBD^lSI <I>ICTORR:  Always Available!  Opens a savings account at  this Bank, and tha*V dollar  and every;  dollar you  deposit afterwards will earn  3 per cent, interest.  PROVIDENCE  TO CONTINUE  Injunction   Refused   by-  Justice Martin.  CLERK BOARD OF HEALTH  Of Jacksonville, Fla, Endorses  Pe-ru-na.  i ,  ;���  CAPITAL AND ���  RESERVE l'AID UP:  Banking Hy Mail a Specialty  $3,914,610.66  Established nearly half a century.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  .  .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  FAMILY QUARREL OF THE DIRECTORS  Boundary's Banner tilth Oracle Dividend  Payer Continues Worklnf and Shipplaf  a* Usual.  A Standard Visible Writer.  which uivi'F IVrffct Work inJIieMiorleet  1 ilim Willi the grt'iiU'Ht. ciiFU'i.f epilation.  Write for Catalog --���.  PIONEER PUB. CO., A|ents, Phoenix, B.C.  " PALACB LIVERY STABLES  1 he best established and regulated hostelry in the Houn-  d.uy. W'e are centrally located inour new stables' with  a complete outfit ot Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rig1;.      I'.irties  driven  to any Boundary  point.  The Best Lethbridge Coal promptly delivered.   Large  Stock of Dry Wood.  Mclntyre & McDonald  Knob Hill Ave.,       "^KJu"        Phoenix, B. C.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  I P. Burns & Go.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD OFFICE FOR HOUN'DAKV CREEK, GKEENWOOD, B. C. J  HT.AIJQUAKl'KKS, NELSON, II.. C. '     ���   Wholesale and Detail lleat Merchants. I  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  ��� Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Salnio, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  ��� Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  ��� ���EISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  ��� All orders receive prompt attention.      >  ��� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*)��������������������������������������������������������������������  I   laUsi r��u >-*. ��OA -g mr  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  -   DAILY.    -  Leave Phoenix ac 10 a. m.       Arrive Greenwood at 11 a. 111.  Arrive        " 4.30 p. 111.    Leave " 3 p. m.  4M��.j*        JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  When you  read the -  PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Jotfrnal,  You'll have no, trouble in keeping posted on B undary Mining Matters,  m ily    send a $2 bill for year's trial .to  1'iones.r Pub. Co.,. Phoenix, B.  ff"*      ���  s rair  Excursion Rates  Phoenix to  St. Louis, $62-75  Chicago, $67.75  Toronto, $90.10  Montreal, $J00.75  Halifax, $124 55  New York, $103.75  90 Days' Limit.  DATES OF SALE.  Sept. 5, 6, 7.'  Taken With Cramps.  Wm. Kirnise, a member " of the  bridge gang working near Littleport  was taken suddenly ill Thursday  night with cramps and a kind of  cholera. His case was so severe that  he had to have the members of the  crew wait upon him and Mr. Gi/Tord  called and consulted. He told him  that he had a medicine in the form of  a Chamberlains Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoe.i Remedy that he thought  would help him out, and accordingly  several closer were administered, with  the result that the fellow was able to  be around next day. The incident  speaks quite highly of Mr. Giflbrd's  medicines.���Elkador, Iowa, Argus.  This remedy never fails. Keep it  in your homes, it may save life. For  sale by all druggists.  , Up to a few days ago matters looked  a bit squally for the Providence mine,  the banner high grade producer and  dividend payer pf the Boundary country, the trouble all originating through  a disagreement of the directors. The  refusal of Mr. Justice Martin the other  day at Vancouver, however, to grant  an injunction, has; 'placed matters  where they were, and tire: mine continues to work and ship its rich ore  as it has for a couple of years past,  and as it probably will for a long time  to come.  Chicago capital, represented by  Mark K. Madden and associates,  bought an interest in the Providence  nearly two years ago, but the control  remained in the men -of Greenwood  and Spokane. It appears that the  Chicago people,.iindingrit a profitable  investment, sought to<( get control, but  did not find any one" willing to part  with the handsome paying shares.  Then like a thunderbolt; out of the  blue, an attempt was made to secure  an injunction suspending three of the  nine directors, till tlie annual meeting in October. The effect: of granting such an injunction" might have been  to close down the property temporarily.  The directors sought to be ousted  were W. M. Law,' J. J. Caulfield, Duncan Mcintosh, all of Greenwood, but  Mr. Madden, who is .president of the  company, could not make the court  see the justice of his contention.  The alleged cause for this attempt  was irregularities in conducting the  business, in carrying a name on the  payroll that should not have been  there, for purposes agreed upon. Tlie  directors proceeded against did not  deny the charge, but told of it, and  stated that the reasons' were well understood. The court, after listening  to the arguments of: counsel, decided  there had been rio attempt of fraud of  anykind, whatever might' be thought  of the.plan used by the directors, and  dismissed the application for the injunction.  The expense referred to was placing  Mr. Caulfield's name on the payroll  when he visited Chicago, for the purpose of organizing the company. This  was stated to be the only way of reimbursing Mr. Caulfield for the time  and money spent by him on his Chicago trip. Other regularities were alleged, but were refuted to the satisfaction of the court by affidavits presented by Joseph Martin, K. C, representing the defendants. A. H. Mac-  Neill, of Rossland, acted for the  plaintiffs.  It is a satisfaction to know that the  Providence is not to be tied up in litigation. Managing director Mcintosh,  who is also superintendent, has some  30 men employed at the property,  which has already-shipped hearly 1,500  tons pf high gradel ore, running from  $100 to $200 per ton. The installation  of an electrical plant to work the  mine is also under consideration.  Phoenix Livery Stable j  Matheson& Matheson, Props. I  Everything New  CARRIAGE.5!    AND    OTHER  HORSES AND SADDLES.  RIGS  Entire Outfit New and Up-to date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  KINK HOOTS AND SHOKS  MADE  TO ORDEH. '  PRACTICAL     MINERS*  AND   PROS  PECTORS'SHOES   A  SPECIALTY*  O. D. Taylor, Clerk of the City V.ozrd  t*t "Health of Jacksonville, 1'la., has  occupied that position for tho last ten  yeurB. In a, recent letter to tho Perunn.  Urug Mfg. Co., ho expresses his approval  of their famous catarrh remedy I'cruaa  in tho following words: 0  " The hoaltb. of the poor of a large city  Is always'* question of vital interest not  only to the city officials but to ovcry  citizen. It has been a source of much  satisfaction to me to find that so larjjo a  number of -working people in niodcrato  .-ircumstanccs have accepted Peruna as  their family medicine. It has cured a  large number of cases especially of ca-,  tarrh ot the head, lung* and stomach  and building4up tho general health it  cannot fail bnt prove a help and blessing  to any community where it is generally  adopted and used. 1 have found'it an  honost reliablo remedy and am pleased  to endorse It."���C. D. Taylor, Clerk,  Doard of Health.  If you do not derive prompt and satto-  factbry results from tho uso of Peniai,  writeat once to Dr. Hartman, giving a   as well as the most ilnliglitful  mute lo  full statement of your case and he will [crosB the continent.   The ctopf arranged  bo pleased to give you hia valuable aal-  flco gratis. '  Address Dr. Hartman,  President aa)  The Hartman Sanitarian),  Columbma.  Ohio.' '  OLLAPbDRIDA.  A man is not poor because he has  nothing, but because he does not  work.  .���//.������.'���������'��������������������� * v  A club at home often serves to  keep a man from the club abroad.  .' v,:   '      ..-'*'  It is,much easier to offer a theory  than to draw a conclusion.  "''.,'.������'  '���'���'���   ���:''' #'" :'  The man who wants a woman merely  to cook for him shouldn't get married.  He should go to an intelligence office.  .: #  The New York Press calls the attention to the fact that women go from  the nursery to school and from school  back to the nursery.  S|ki|i  on   Dominion Avenue.  Special Excursion to World's  '    'Fair.'.."  The  Hi-nvpr & Hio (oaml-'. in iiiiiner-  tinn with ili��*'Mii'i'iiiiri IWillr.  \-ill run  a Ferns of IV'Hiiiii'lv fViinlneteil l-xi'ili-  Hinii-- to  ill" W'uiMV Kiiir .'iii ti��i�� .lime.  Tlit'i-e fxi-iin-ions willnm II munli m M  I^iiiihwillioilt ��� eliin }:���' if  enri-.   nuiki'ij:  cl.urf i-t'ips iii |'ii'i��'i|iii| point*  iiimute  The ilrBt'uf'-liCM- Exeili>inii�� Ipiivi'h I'mi*  hind .lime 7'li, in<l lie"i-rond .Inne I"..  The >ate fioiu S|Mikiine will Le MlO.OO '  St.. l.i'iiiH mid    n-iurii.    KxrtiiMniiifti-  (������'���in)! vjii, I lie henver v Riotirainle Imve  the pi-ivileiie uf leUiriiint; via h iliffereiit  route     This   in the ino'tpleiiFiint  uav  H. A. Munro  Contractor and Builder,  0000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Pull line of Hard Woods.   Shop on Dominion Avenue   Vive an opportunity of visitii'sr the vaii-  011? points of interest iu and ulmnt Salt  Lake City, Denver and Khiishh Ci'y. If  you wish toiKTonipany one of tliece ex-  (Mirfio'ns write at oncelo W. C. McBiide,  124 Third street, Portland, for ule�� ping  car'reservations.  Only Did His Duty as He Saw It.  "I deem it my duty to add a word  of praise to Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says  J. Wiley Park, the well known merchant and postmaster of Wiley, Ky.  "I have been selling it for three or four  years, and it gives complete satisfaction.  Several of my customers tell me they  would not be without it for anything.  Very often, to my knowledge, one  single dose has cured a severe attack  of diarrhoea, and I positively know it  cures th�� flux (dysentery). You are at  liberty to use this testimonial as you  please." For sale by all druggists.  J...  J e ��� ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.   The most perfecty appoint'     L  and Pleasure Resort in  tlie West, with a  5)1 etc .system of Baths���including: Turkish an I  (ussian. Open the year round. The cmatue  properties of its waters are nnequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervoux and Muscular Troubles.  Voi Healing all Kirfuey, Liver aud Stomach  ailnituts.  Vor Kfiniiuatiug all MetalHePoisanb from tht  System  The giaudeur of the scenery is unrivaled*  Mountains,snow peaks, forests; lakes,waterfalls,  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting/excursion,  tenni*. Its winter climate.is unsurpassed t< r  ai'i h* 11  -"���*  THE MILWAUKEE  �����������������������si��t��setao��i��e*>��i  d!en Tana Collie Rennels  Low Excursion Parks,  or all eastern points will also be  quoted going via Port Arthur all rail  or lake route returning same or via  Chicago and St. Louis. For full particulars apply to local agents.  J. G-i Clark, E.J.Coyle,.  A8ent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix,B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  . j. S. Carter,1 D. P. A.  Nelson.B.C.  THK   HOMK OK  -Class  In Praise ol Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera sod  Dlsrrobea Remedy.  "Allow me to give you a few words  inpraiseofChamherlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea remedy," says Mr. John  Hamlett, of Eagle Pass, Texas. "I  suffered one week with bowel trouble  and took all kinds of medicine without  getting any relief, when my friend, Mr.  C. Johnston, a merchant here, advised  me to take this remedy. After taking  one dose I felt greatly relieved and  when I had taken the third dose was  entirely cured. I thank you trom the  bottom of my heart for putting this  remedy in the hands of mankind." For  sale by all druggists.  Nkver Say Die���The mining business has had a set back and black eye  in the last.few years, and to hear that  the pugilist who was a miner before  he became a pug could not last two  rounds, when up against a pug who  was a boilermaker before he became a  pugulist. is most discouraging.���Nelson Tribune.  A familiiu- name for the Cliiciijfo, Milwaukee & St. Pfttil Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Railway  running tho "Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and night between St. Paul  and Cliicairo, nnd Omaha and Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the uorl I."  Understand: Connection * are made  with All Transcontinental J.ines, assuring to passengers the best survive known  Luxurious couches, electric light*, MeHin  heat,'of h verity equaled liy no other  line.  See that y��mr ticket reads via '-The  Milwaukee" when going to any point in  the United Stales or Canada. All ticket  agents sell then).  For rates, pamphlets or other information, address,  R. L. Ford, H. S  The Most  Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  Through Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  i- Colorado Springs and Denver.  ADaglighi Ride Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  3 pqst Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  C. McBRIDE, General Agent, 124 Third Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.  Trav. Pass. Agt.,  SPOKASK, WN.  Rowe,  General Ageu ,  PORTLAND. OB  WEBB & MAVNARD  COLLIES  We make a specialty of breeding the  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction to flock masters  everywhere.    Write us your wants.]  Thos. S. Griffith,  P. 0. Box 1907. Spokane, Wash.  Mining Diploma*.  W. A. Coplen, superintendent of the  mining department of the Spokane Interstate fair, which opens October 3rd,  is getting up a fine diploma which will  be awarded for the best mineral eN  hibits this year. These diplomas will  be awardrd by the most competent  judges for the best samples of the various ores. Mr. Coplen is receiving assurances of fine exhibits from all parts  of the country. There is every reason  to believe this department will be better than ever before. The railroads  have agreed to takeall ore samples to  the fair free of charge. These will be  retained in Spokane and put into a  permanent exhibit which will be kept  from year to year for Interstate fair  exhibits.  If You Don't Sleep Well  It's because your nerves are in a  weak irritable condition. Ferrozone  will make them strong and correct the  trouble causing your insomnia. "1 fell  into a state of nervous exhaustion last  fall,"writes Mrs. J. Stroud of Dexter.  "I was run down, couldn't sleep and  perfectly miserable,���tried Ferrozone  and was quickly benefited. I can  recommend Ferrozone to anyone suffering from overwrought nerves and  sleeplessness." No tonic is better, try  Ferrozone.    Price 50c at druggists.  General Painting and  . . Sign Writing  Greenwood, B. C.  An Unprctcdcritcd  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto A  Globe (daily) both for One \2 111  year   <J/��/��l��/  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto ,  Globe, (weekly) both for One / kjl  year   -WtC/V  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal A  Daily Herald,' both for One / Ml ���  ttqqk   /Including Handsome Portraits aWsCsV  yOUl    V.0fKiugKdward,i7XM inches.;/  ���wv����  Phoenix Pioneer and[New York ^ _-,  World, Thrice-a week, both 71%  pgfor one year             *���*&  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal ^ _���.  ' Family Herald and Weekly Stat, 7 7l  both one year..:..   ������%��������������/  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Phoenix Bakery*  ���     Phoenix Street.   'Phone S3.  We make good  bread,      Try it,   C. W. GKEKR. Proprietor.  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  [OB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pionkkr Pun. Co.,   -  Phoknix, B.C.  A Man Hates Himself  When he wakes up with headache  and bad taste in the mouth. Something is needed to settle the stomach,  clear away the dull heavy feeling and  create a little appetite. Just get a  tumbler of water, some sugar, and pour  in a stiff dose of Nerviline. You'll  pick up immediately and feel tip-top in  a few minutes. Nerviline hasn't an  equal for a condition of this kind. It  stimulates, cures the headache, relieves  the sick feelinc and fits you for a hard  day's work. Try Nerviline. Large  bottle* cost  2qc.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Phoenix Home Brewed  W  Brewed by a home institution, lias proven  the test ami has made a  Host of Friends  who testify to its Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JUUUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  . VOL. IV.���Tho 1904 International Edition���Hms and <lescrilw.< 3.311 copper mines and companies,  in r.!l p.-.rts of thcworM, descriptions of |Jic various mines ir.njrinff from - lines to 12 pa^es in length,  according to importance.  There arc also, 15 miscellaneous chapter:., devoted to the His'- ������ Ustn, Terminology, Geography,  Geology, Chcmistr;*, Mincralo^;*, Metallurgy, Finances a:.d ;>..it!.st!cs of Copper, making: the volume  a vrrituble cyclopedia on the subject.  It Is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  Kvery Miner, Pronpeclor, Investor, Hanker and Broker needs lite book. Price Is Ii In buckram  binding with trilt toil (orK.M in Villi Library Morocco) ami th': t)ook will be sent, fully prepaid, on  approval, to any address in the world, to be paid for if lound ��a tisfact'.iry, or may be returned within  one week after receipt, and the charge will be cancelled.   Address tin; Author and Publisher, "*  Horace J. Stevens, 30 Post QfficeBIocfc, Houghton,Mich.,U. S. A.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  Setli and Jerry Vliteral Claims, situate in the  (ireeiiwoo.' Mininfc Division of Yale District.  Where located, in r.onp I.aka camp  rake notice that r, Albert K. Ashcroft act-  intrasaKe-it for the Jewel finld Mine�� Limited,  l'ree Miller's Certificate No. HBs,647. ttiteiirl  olxtvdavs from the date hercc'', to njmly to th-  Mining "Kccorder for a Certificate of Improv.  ineiitB.for the purpose of obta'niiit: a Crowi  (Iraiit of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under sr^  tion j?,mint be commenced before theiFSiinnce i"  such Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this 15th dayof August, 1904,  ACBSaf   ��. ASU'JROFT.P. Xa, S,  G. J* Hay ward  CUSTOMS   BROKER,  NOTARY PUI5I.1C,  CONVEYANCER,  COLLECTION AGENT.  Dealer in Rkai. Estate, Live Stock.  Grand Porks, B. O.  m;  [S>,  '���S.!  n -  f  f;j  'If'  if;  (I-  : .1  IM'!  '/   I  fit  1->' <iH''  'r*A\  THE PHOKNIX PIONEER  Pfp   t Jk -  MI*  in  w v- ���  p .<".  $!?���.  IU  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OF LOCAL  AND  GENERAL  INTEREST  TO PHOENICIANS.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  came up  Martin Welch and  wife  from Grand Forks this week  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Sept. ioth  to 14th.  William Martin, of Rossland, a property owner here, was in the city early  in the week.  Why not get a nice little book containing 30 select views of Phoenix,  from G. R. B. Kinney.  Today the semi-annual election for  officers of Phoenix Miners' Uuion No.  8 will be held at the hall.  For large returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  Albert Henry George, Earl Grey,  has been confirmed by King Edward  as governor-general of Canada.  Fred Kaiser, of the Commercial  hotel, Eholt, has leased the Union  hotel from J. A. McMaster, and has  taken possession.  The Kettle Valley railway surveyors,  who are running a preliminary line for  the North Fork extension, have now  reached Lynch's creek.  A wreck occurred back of the  Pioneer office this week, when a train  of dump cars on the improvised new  railway grade ran away.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, McMillan  block, Sept. 13 to 16.  The Catholic Ladies' Aid are arranging to give a social ball on the  evening of the 13th of September.  Mrs. J. L. Martin and son leave today for Spokane, where tlie latter will  shortly enter his last year at the high  school.  XV. J. Twiss, the Mutual Life of  Canada man, was in the city over Sunday, conferring with the local agent, E.  H. Mortimer.  Julius Carson has been prospecfing  in Wellington and Summit camps this  week, and it is reported has made a  good find.  Johnston & Brandt, railway contractors, in Summit camp, have about  200 men on their payroll, but could  use more.  Don't worry. Get Mortimer to insure you Life, Fire, Accident or Sickness in the best English and Canadian  Companies.  "A Girl From Dixie" held-the boards  at Hardy hall for two nights this week,  the company having six members, all  colored. When the curtains went up  Wednesday evening there was an excellent-house to witness the performance. !"  Church Services  Tomorrow.  St. JohnV Church of England, Rev.  XV. J. Wood, Missionary. Sunday  School;-to a. m.; Morning Prayer, 11  a. m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30 p. m.;  Everyone ^cordially invited to attend  any and all services.  St. Andrews' Presbyterinn Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school ar.d Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, U. A., pastor. A coidial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. m. at Graves-Williams hall, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. D. M.  Perley, B. A., pastor.  ..Printing..  ����  EDUCATION.  Unroll now for Bookkeeping-, Shorthand and  Typewriting,   (jradualcs are in demand    Send  for catalogues.  Blair Business College,  Sl'OKANK, WASH.  "That's Our Business  The Job Department of 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,  You Can Oct  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.  The B*G Assay and  Chemical Supply Co., ltd  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Direct Importers of Assayers' Supply  Sole Agents in B. C. for the well-knuwi,  Batiprsea Crucibles. Seoriliere. MuflC  etc. Selling ujienta for the F. W Br�����,!  Co's Specialties Carv Furnaces. Bur nor.  etc. Men*.' Pure Chemical*, aS  lior, Platinum, Quicksilver, C, P. i��-i,i��  Borax Glass and all Heavy Chemical^  Specialty���Silver Free Lead ind lltn.rje.  Complete Acsay Outfits   furnished  ���t  short notice. Satisfaction Guarantee."  Last Saturday night's glove contest  at Grand Forks, between Australian  Jack Turner.and Kid Brady, of Salt  Lake, turned out to be a fake.  James McRae has sold a large number of excellent photos of the C. P., R.  wreck, and G.' B. R. Kinney has also  disposed of a good many.  i  Frank Bailey came in from Hedley  yesterday, which place he states is  flourishing. 'The Nickle Plate 40  stamp mil] is running steadily.  The C. P. R. had another freight  wreck yesterday near Baker creek, a  few miles beyond Cascade, completely  blocking traffic for several hours.  . 1. .j  It is expected that Porter Bros, will  ��� ' commence the laying of the steel on  j. the smelter spur and Phoenix branch  1 .of the Great Northern about Septein-  -   -ber 15th. ,  ���������?\!i"   Mrs. Samuel Somervilie formerly a  ;5' resident of Phoenix, but latterly of  -.Vernon, died a few days ago at the  1.   coast, where she went to undergo an  ^ operation.  Herbert Taylor with the Bohemian  Concert Co., is  billed   to  appear at  *     Miners'   Union   hall   on   Thursday,  September 8th.   He is well spoken  of by the press.  Last Sunday's heavy rain was welcomed all over the Boundary, as it laid  ' ��� the dusfand quenched the numerous  small forest fires.   It also' made the  water man smile.  In   the   Presbyterian   Church   tomorrow the topics will be in the morn  ing: "Submission;" and in the evening;  ,     "Labor, its weights"and wings."   The  choir will sing an anthem.  .t     Dr. McDonald of Grand Forks, who  ,   was taken to the coast recently, to un-  ,    dergo an operation for appendicitis, is  reported "to have withstood'it success-  ' fully and to be recovering.  Get a photo   of the wrecked ore  *t train.   G. R. B. Kinney has some fine  ,    -ones at Black's Jewelry store.   Also  V some nice ones of the Shay engine and  crew just before the wreck occurred.  ' Good pointers are essential in any  business. I would be pleased ro give  you some good pointers on the good  qualities of the Mutual Life of Canada.  Ed. H. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  Rev. D. M. Perley badly frightened  his friends this week by starting out on  a hunting trip alone, and not returning  for two days. He got back on yesterday's train, having been to Grand  Forks.  Don'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 100c.  on the dollar of the profits. Ed. Mortimer, agent.  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 pro-'  fitable. Get Mortimer to give you  figures. <,  While bathing in the North Fork of  Kettle river last Friday, George Murphy, aged 38, was drowned. The  body was recovered and the funeral  took place Saturday at Grand Forks.  Deceased leaves a widow and four  children. Since coming to the Forks,  two years ago, he lias been employed  at the Granby smelter and Lequime's  sawtniiL  Constable B,��rcaugfa w.as called to1  Obisnelm's hotel, Quo Denoro, one  nigfct this week .oh account of a stabb-l  ing scrape. James Hill stabbed Bed  Stubbs, an employee of the house, in!  the breast, but Hill who is a Russians  Pole, made himself scarce"before the]  officer came along. ' Stubbs was taken 1  to the Greenwood hospital, and was]  found not to be seriously-hurt. *  City Clerk Matheson this week  favored property holders of Phoenix  with notices showing the exact amount  of taxes due for the current year.  Each and every one of the property  holders can congratulate themselves  that the rate of r8 mills in Phoenix  this year���a little over 16 mills if the  rebate is taken advantage of���is lower  than in any other city in the province.  Howe For Sale, Cheap  My house for sale at a bargain, five  rooms, city water, lot 30x100,  located  on Brooklyn avenue.    Apply to  J. A. Bi.aik,  41���4t. Phoenix, B. C.  This week the water company has  been changing the pipes on Dominion  avenue," so that the railway contractors  can proceed to tear up the street  generally about the corner of School  street A temporary main was laid in  front of the city office, which will be'ie  placed with a new line when the new  grade and bridge over Dominion  avenue is completed.  G. W- Rtimbefger  Real Estate  ���-������-���-������.. ���  : .and Mines  j Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale. |  i Shares in all the leading mines bought and ii  ,j sold. Information about Phot nix aud the jl  J Boundary country given on application       |j  w  Dominion Ave  Telephone Nu. 28.  &'-, Phoenix, B.C.  Tliia Shorthand is tnliilly diflVienl to all  others--. It only lakes weeks to Win in  WBt'-ndof months, or veais It can be  read like mint. At the fonitli Iraroii  vou write 40 woidt-, and al tlie 10 Ii 'es-  don 100 won!" a minute. The fittt tlnee  It eioiio enanleo vou ���> take piivi <j m ires  Hid theOth les.-or In intra ynii to mire.--  ooniling ntj le, 1 he 20ih, nnd final le-son  to reporting. It lakes hut '> hours to  learn the /hut le--on, iiii'liK-pivimun may  be seen at the I'li'ienix Pium-ci on npplf-  cation to (he imilinger, Mr, \\. B. Willcox.   Lccmii s Iiv mail m<. qmie f��<v.  We guarantee success Our vou Rest piiutls  ore 13'^, Hiid tlie eldest $2 T\p'euriting tnuiihi  by mail. We furunrd you kssou shcels iu tenet'  Vou the correctfiugerlinr-nil lieSugrrs ,��llare  taught 011 the blnid toucli H>ileiu. �� rite: sttiiug  tlie machine you have, or ue cm. supply vou with  a ne��; or t>econd haitd one, any make" We do  not hire out machines  Terms���For shorthand $30,10 completion pa>-  ablebyiiiHtalnieiits. Typewritinjf $13, to completion, but pajmeiit 111 nihniice. Address, The  -ecretary, Studio over Impeiial Bank, Victoria.  P. O. Uox 176.  ���-���HI -���-���-���-���-���-���-������-���-���-���-���-���-���-  * ONE ON YOU  *���������������.-. ������.-:, :��� <$T  And a Good One, if it is one   <!'/  of   our    NEW     SPRING    -  SUITS, latest  styles, fines,  materials, best workmanship!  There is more Catarrh in this section of the  country than all the other diseases put together,  and until the last few yeans was supposed to be  incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease nnd presci ibed local  remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with  local treatment, prt.nouuced it incurable. Science  bas proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease  and therefore require* constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh ( me, manufactured by P. T  CHEXEY & Co., ToIedo.Ohio. is the only countI-  tational cure on the market. It Is taken in doses  from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly  on the blood and mucous surfaces oflhe system.  They offer |ioo for any case it fails to cure. Send  for circulars and testimonials.  Address; V. J. CHENKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for,Constipatioii.  0. R. k N. Summer Book.  The handsome 1904 summer book  "Restful Recreation resorts," issued by  the passenger department of the Oiegon  Railroad "and Navigation Company is  just out. It tells alb about the summering places of tite Columbia river  Valley���a brief description of the'tiips  up and down the Columbia river, to  the 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 j  of this publication may be obtained by  sending two cents in sumps toj\.L.  Craig, General Passenger Agent of the  Oregon Railroad and Navigation Com  pany, Portland.  Utttt, Mlalsi Stock Quolallonj,  AmericauDoy   Ben Hur ,  Black Tall   Canadian Gold Fields   Cariboo,Camp MeK(csdlv.)   Center Star   Denoro Mines.:. ���v   Falrvieir. ,   Fisher Maldeu   ttUnt  ;.   Granby Conrolidatcd..   International Coal ,   Morning Olory ,.���������������   Mountain tion ���������,   North Star,(U.K.)   Payne   Quilp.   Kainbler-Csriboo     San Poll ,   Sullivan   Tom Thumb   War Eagle Consolidated   Waterloo (Ass Paid)..  3  1  4%  3  2  31  30  ��  30  3  i  3  2  2  1  $4 n .  Is 50  53,  50  'H  Iv  10  9  s -  ,1��  10  8  -n  10  21  30  >K  *K  11  9   ,...._      m  White Bear        4^  10  3  A pencil mark here /   ie a reminder that voursub-  Ecription to this paper iB  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.      ��jgf  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 ?  I^or sale, at half price, full set  Encyclopedia Britannica. Inquire  the Pioneer office.  Perfect Simplicity,  Perfect Reliability  and Strength  * The  most searching investigation of  Waterman's  Ideal  Fountain  Pen...  proves that it excels in  quality of materials, perfection of workmanship  1 simplicity of construe  tion." With no chance  for deterioration and no  valves or complicated  mechanism to get out of  order, it is the  PEN WITHOUT A PEER.  Nothing is stronger than  its weakest part.  Stationer?, efe.        Knob Hill Ave.  Nelson  ...Fair  Second Annual Exhibition of the  NELSON   AGRICULTURAL and  INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION  SEPT. 28 & 29  NEW BUILDINGS,  FINE GROUNDS,  BIG PREMIUM LIST,  NOVEL  OPEN  AIR   ATTRACTIONS.  Write for Prize List.  J. E. AfflABLE, Sec,  NELSON. B. C.  Prices $10.00 to $25.00.  NEW CROP of Spring Shirts, Underwear, Shoes, etc., just received.   Call in and examine them.  THOS. BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  I  H.WtDY-McKKNZIK HI K.   *  DOMINION AVK.. PHOKNIX.  "Like All The Old Fruit Fairs"  Eleventh Annual  Spokane  Interstate Pair  " $ �� ��  Spokane,October 3 to 9.  With Large Displays in'ail Departments.  $2,000 offered for Fiuit and Fruit Exhibits.  More than $30,000 in Piemiums and Prizes.  Five or More Exciting Races Each Day.    $12,000 in   Purses.  Down Town Carnival each ni^ht.  Fifth Regiment British Artillery Hand.  Fiee High Class Vaudeville Attractions Daily.  F'ine Mineral Display, Dog Show, Art Exhibit, etc.  Remember���Low Rates and Special Excursions en  all   Railroads.  Concession Privileges for Sale.    Write fur Piemium List and Race  Program.  ROUT. H. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.  *  Black's Hotels I   Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B. C.   j��  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  ��� li.ir Well Slocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 26.  -s  When you  read the -  PHOENIX PIONEER  CREENWOOD  LIQUOR  COMPANY  09  Boundary Agents for  =Pabst's Celebrated Beer-  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  Wholesale   WINES,   LIQUORS  and  CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH,  PROP.  <���*-,  And Boundary Mining Journal,  You'll have no trouble in keeping posted on B undary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $�� bill for year's trial  to Pionekr Pun. Co., Phoenix, B. C  Thomas Dtug Co.  , Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophones.      A  full   line of  musical goods  always  in   stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  gkkknwoou, 11. c.  Giving up Marsh Block owing to  raise in lent.  '  F/ir  C<lla   Knlire Furnishings in  I VI    JaiC   the Marsh" block, in-  ���cltiding   House-keeping, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.  Come and see and pick  out bargains.  Granby Exchange  Ed. Slack;  Watchmakor  and Jeweler,  FIltHTbTKKCT���NEXT KNOll f|IM' HOrKli.  Flpe Tliiipplpces nnd Flue Fepnirlng  ilfnlllitndii,  Full iitock of Toljacoos a.,d Cigar*  ~9-9~9-9-9-9f-9r-9~9-  9  ��-��-���-���  ��� ������������������������������������������������e��.��#e��������##��#.#.#.-.���####���0#w#--w#<>(>#  �������������������(  The  Luxury  London  Corn Plasters  Remove Corns.  0  T  ��  -��-��-��-��-��-��-��-fr-��-OH8j-��- I  THE  DHUGOIST.  Watches,  (2  You Are Invited  spect our new arrivals in ...  to come and in-  wSli S  The newest of this season's patterns in Nee--  14~ee and Outing Shirts. 8  In Straw Light and Black Pelts, Nobby ones in  Fedoras, Stiff and Graecos. -  PIONEER PUBLISHJNG CO.,  Phoenix, g. C  VY.Y.L f.:1 -.lcOi>  id (lot Wer ii HO Seconds,  IN"   REACH  OP  RVKRVONE.  See the wonderful YOHO WATER  HEATER, the latest invention, at  Htrntear-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Sole Agents for Phoenix.  Jewelry,  Repairing,  We can ''Wiitt-h" yon nt almost any  price, from the good, everyday timepiece  to the expensive adjusted" chronometer.  Our Jewelry And Cut Gla^s stock-  will be found just what you desire to  make a solcclion from.  In repairing we are prepared to take  enre of anything in this line.  The Jeweler.  Knob Hill Ave.  a  ���  0  9  ���  0  9  8  ���  O  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  O  ���  o  e  9  A styMiine of Shirt Waists in white;and coiors.   A full  stock ot Ladies and Gents' Furnishing Goods.  Our ranges ofstyles ^prices in Lad^  dren s bhoes are the best in the city.  Dominion Avenue  J��:  B. 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