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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 17, 1904

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 AND  BOUNDARY^ MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the,.Boundary Mining: District.  ���     i       ���   .ZSSSma^^^^^^^aa^a^m^^Z,  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1904.  Ladies9 and  Children's  Mantlets  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  Give us .1 call ami inspect these Gouds and you  will find them to he tlie latest and newest designs  that can be procuied.  &*&.  Phoenix is the Centre  and   Leading Mining  p of Boundary.  No. 45  redpath Rilled  by ore train  Ore From the Brooklyn-Stem-  winder Group.  Oraibi Co: WIN Furalth Air Far Orillt F��r Ihe  PreKat���Eastern Official* 10 Vltlt Pro  ���crllsi.  lie nunfer-tfendrich (o., lid.  I'HOK.VIX.  r.REKNWOOl).  GRAND FORKS.  �������������tV��SS��8��FV*����4������������()>(V��  Hardware Dept.  STOVES  and Coal  styles and  up   free ol"  'I he biggest stock of Wood  ��� Heaters   in   the   Houndary���all  prices.    We put all   stoves sold  charge.  Shot Guns and  Rifles.- '���  For   the   Game   Season.  Guns to rent by day or week.  p- . ���    ,  Sewing flachines  See our Cabinet Sewing Machines,  Kiiaiantecd in every particular. Price $50.00,  easy monthly payments.  Grocery Department  We are the Peoples5 Grocers.  Everything that conies  from   this  department is the best obtainable.  Fresh Fruits every day now.  We have arranged for regular shipments of  Fresh Ranch Eggs 50c a doz.  Gradually but surely the Montreal  and Boston Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Co., now operating the Brooklyn group in this camp, is preparing  for steady shipments from the company's properties. Another two weeks  should see them shipping ore to the  company's smelter at Boundary Falls,  at the rate of from 2co to joo tons  per day. By the; end of next week the  retimbering and widening of the  Brooklyn,incline shaft will probably be  completed, and there will be nothing  lo prevent a steady output of ore.  At the Stemwinder operations have  been started that mean shipments from  that property also on an extended  scale. A force of men started this  wetk to erect the new gallows frame  for this mine, so that the new hoist and  skip, bought by the Dominion Copper Co. for the property some years  ago, can be placed in commission.  This is the first woik that has been  done at the Stemwinder, outside of un-  watering the mine, since the Montreal  and Boston people took hold.  Until the new air compressor that  has never been used is placed in commission, the Brooklyn group, by  arrangement with the Gianby Co., will  leasr-sufficient air to' operate five or  six drills. Today the Brooklyn  mtchanics will commence the connecting of their pipe lines with those of  the Granby Co. at the No. 4 tunnel  mouth, but a short distance from the  Stemwinder shaft. This air will be  used for the time being for both the  the Brooklyn and Stemwinder mines.  The work of shipping and preparing  the Rawhide, another of the Brooklyn  group, but located hall a mile distant,  is progressing steadily, and it is expected to secure a considerable tonnage from this property. Some 40  men are now employed by the , Montreal and Boston in this camp, and  this number is sure to be increased in  the near future, as mori* miners will be  needed and two or three sets of ore  bins must also be provided shortly.  Col. George Pope, of New York,  president of the Montreal and Boston  Co., and a well known business man  of New York, together with A. H.  Loomis, secretary-treasurer of the company, : and possibly some others of  those interested, will shortly take a  trip west and visit the proprties of the  company. . ���   o    '     ���  Occurred Yesterday at Green-  Yesterday morning Herbert Red-  path, brother of li!. R. Redpath, C. P.  R. agent at Greenwood, was run ove  by an ore train near the B. C. Copper  Co.'s smelter at Gjeenwood, and had a  leg cut off .ind the other badly crushed  He was taken to the Sisters' hospital.  Later���As we-gbto to press it is  learned that- Mr. Redpath died at the  hospital a couple of hours after he was  taken there, from" the effects ��� of the  accident. He_ was a'single man, was  employed as' a brakeman on the  Mother Lode ore train, and well liked  by those who were acquainted with  him v ir  PUTTING ON  THE SCREWS  Fined  $20   Each  Gambling.  Boundary Mining Notes  LINE BEING  Clfir Stores Alftctei by New BWiof���Shilc  li( Dice or Fllppiof Coin' May Lim��  Oie li Jill.  E.P.U. MINE HAS  BEEN BONDED  Price Said to tie About $15,-  000.  duncan Mcintosh is new manager  His Shipped Several Cars of Hltb Grade Ore.  aid A Large Force of Men Ic ts Be Employed.  Dedicated Methodist Church.  I^ast Sunday the new Methodist  church was opened for the first time  there being a large attendance at the  dedication services. Rev. J. H  White, Methodist missionary for the  province, was present to take part in  the services, and assist the pastor, Rev.  D. M. Perley, B. A. A financial statement of the cost of the new building  was made by Mr. White, showing that  the building and lot cost about $1,850.  Of this amount $400 was obtained as  loan from a church society, and $552  came directly from Toronto in cash  from friends of Mr. Green, the former  pastor. The balance was raised by  local subscriptions with the exception  of about $150, part of this $150 being  raised last Sunday.  At the oyster supper given in the  chuich Thursday evening, a social  programme was arranged and enjoyed  by those present, the ladies who conducted it clearing over $50 for the  benefit of the church. The church  itself is one of the neatest little religious edifices in the Boundary country-  A report from Greenwood states that  the E. P. U. property, just east of the  town, was Iwnded by a syndicate at  the head of which" is W. F. Haney of  Park River, North,Dakota. The deal  was made by Duncan Mcintosh, manager of the Providence Mining Company. The syndicate is understood to  include some' local men. The price  paid is not given out but is said to be  in the neighborhood of $15,000.  The E. P.U. property i.s believed to  be a valuable one. During the last  two years several cars of high grade  ore have been shipped by 1). M. Mc-  Vicar, who had it under bond. It is  understood that a large force of men  will be put to work on the property at  once under the management of Duncan  Mcintosh, whose experience in the  Providence will be very valuable asset  for the syndicate.  THEY TALKED OF  PUBLIC WORKS.  Dr. W. O. Dutton, of Grand Forks  and Spokane, was in the city Wednesday.  Mrs. Hewer, of Rossland, has  been visiting Mrs. R. D. Morkill at  the Snowshoe mine. A number of  friends were invited to meet her Thursday afternoon.      ,     ' . ���  City Council Attended to .Several Matters.  At Wednesday's meeting,of the city  council Mayor Rumberger, and Aids.  Birnie, Boyle, Delahay, Marshall and  Porter were present. The council decided to make repairs to the First  street bridge and to allow the men laying the culvert for Twin creek $3.50  per day. D. McDougall, who acted  as policeman during the time of the  civic squabble last spring, again asked  for the account of $80, which he had  previously presented. 'l'he council decided to allow him $15 more for the  time which he claims he was on duty,  but which has been in dispute.  R. H. Karatofsky sent a letter stating that he had selected J. J. Strutzel  as arbitrator regarding his claim for  $500 damages claimed for closing the  alley back of his lot, and asked the  city, to appoint another. The clerk  was instructed to write A. H. McNeill,  solicitor for the V.. V.. & li., at Rossland, asking him to see that a second  arbitrator was appointed.  The railway contractors were again  requested to see that sidewalk connections were made between the upper  and lower towns, where the streets are  all torn up. It is understood that a  temporary sidewalk, will be put down  till the permiinent one i.s completed.  The contractors were also ordered to  see that lights are placed on the work  to protect travellers at night.  Following a favorable report of the  finance committee, the following accounts were ordered paid:  Mclntyre & McDonald...$21  50  A. T. Bryant  6 00  B. C. Telephone Co  le 00  Granby Co  90 00  Albert Groulx.  200  J. Mclntominey  31  50  George Heflick  30 00  William Chapman  7 50  If any stranger should come to  Phoenix and flip coins for cigars, or  anything of that kind, he ' stands a  good chance of interviewing Police  Magistrate Williams, and getting fined  $20 for gambling. At least;, the developments of this, week point that  way, and for the present, at least," the  man, who takes chances on throwing  dice, whether for cigars, drinks, or for  nothing, also takes chances of having  an opportunity of examining the inside of the city bastile. That seems  to be the situation regarding gambling  here at present.  Chief Flood was given orders to  stop gambling, and he is doing it.  Webster's latest edition of the International dictionary defines gambling  as follows:  "Gambling���To play or game for  money or other stake."  It will be noted that it is not necessary to have any money up to constitute gambling. Ordinary poker checks  or dice will answer to get you into  trouble now, even if they do not represent cash. .  Tuesday blue papers were served on  Thos. Russell and Robert Bailey,  charged with gambling. They appeared and pleaded guilty, having  been seen throwing dice in the Summit hotel, and were fined $20 each.  The next day John Graham, John  Haverty and John Walters were up  before Police Magistrate Williams also  on the same charge. They asserted  they had not been gambling, pleaded  not guilty, were given a lecture by  the justice, and warned not to be  brought before him again on the same  charge or a term in Nelson jail might  result, and discharged.  A meeting of the police commission-:  ers was held Wednesday evening,  Mayor Rumberger and Alderman Porter being present. Commissioner  Punch was absent. The gambling  close down was considered and discussed to some extent, but no action  was taken on the subject. Mr. Porter asked who gave the orders for stop-,  ping the shaking of dice, etc., and  policeman Docksteader answered that  he understood that Police Magistrate  Williams'did. GThen Mr. Porter said  that no one had any business to give-  orders regarding the police -department except the police commissioners  in which the mayor concurred.  It is estimated that the Helen has  $75,000 worth of ore above' the 75'  foot level.  It is reported that some prospecting  work has been again started on the B.  C. mine in Summit camp.  Boyles Bros., of Spokane, this week  began some diamond drilling operations at the Granby mines.  A compressor plant is to be installed  at the Shoshone mine, just west of  Covert's ranch, across the international boundary line.  A bond on the Bonnie Belle, in  Deadwood camp, has been given by  Jack I.uce and Robert Wood to Mr.  Johnson and associates of Chicago.  , The initial capacity of the ore bins  on the Great Northern tracks at the  Granby smelter will be 5,000 tons.  Work has been started on the construction.  '������ A working bond was recently acquired by Grand Forks - men on the  Strath more, close to the well known  Providence mine. Recent assays  have given $198 to .the.ton from this  property.  .In order to haul the new machinery  to the property, the Betts and Hesperus people are building a branch  wagon road from the mine to the  Grand Forks-Phoenix road near Fourth  of July creek.       '      -.,..-  A bond is reported to have been taken on the Combination claim, adjoining  the Elkhorn. This is one of the  claims that rich ore was shipped from  in the early days of the* Boundary.  Greenwood people will work it.  . Forest fires recently destroyed, the  shafthouse, boiler and pump at the  Golden Eagle mine, on the North'  Fork, entailing a loss of $2,500, with  no insurance. The chief owners are  XV. H. Fox and S. Moulton-Barrett.  A number of residents of the Phoenix are interested in a mica mine, located 180 miles from Ashcroft in the  Cariboo country. Mica is said to be  worth from $8 to $20 per pound, and,  according to reports, this claim is an  excellent one.  GRANBY C0.'S  NEW OFFICERS  W.U Be   Chosen  Oct.  Montreal.  4 at  leiE STIBESeFMI.UU'SCWTlft  Slid that PreiUcil AUaer WM Maple at His  intertill lo the Qreat Narthcra Ptaata  ,    Thea.  The statement published a couple,,  or more months ago that Great Northern interests has secured, or were se-*  curing, a control in the Granby Co. is',  once more brought oul by the following',  dispatch which appeared last Tuesday?  from New York in tbe Spokane Spokes-,'.  man-Review, which is here given for.  what it is worth: #  It is understood the stock controlled^'  in Granby now rests with J. J. Hill .4 ,  and at the annual meeting to be held*  in Montreal next month the Hill)  interests will take control of the pro-T  perty, in which case S. H. C. Miner,;}  the wealthy shoe manufacturer af Can-J;  ada, who is responsible for the organ;"  ization of the company, will retire.  *'  The annual ordinary meeting of the  Granby Co. is advertised to be held on  Tuesday, the 4th of October, at the  company's office in the east, 62 .Can-]-'  ada Life Building, Montreal, at which] >  new directors will be elected and such  other business transacted as may coma /  before the meeting of shareholders.      ,,  Jay P. Graves, general)'-"    ' "** "'  the Grarby Co.t was a v  company's   Grand   Forks   .itr,<.e'' midweek, and will shortly start east,  pro-;,  bably   to  be, present at the annual  meeting of tlie company.  EFFECT OF DRY SPELL  ON OUR MINES.  Cleared $200 at Catholic Ball  Tuesday evening's ball, given at  Miners' Union hall by the Indies' Aid  of the Catholic church was well patronized, quite a number attending  from Greenwood and other places.  The hall was-crowded by. the merry  dancers, the refreshments being  served there about midnight. The  net results of the hall will show a  balance of about $200. also showing  the ladies ot this church to be as successful as they usually are in anythin,  they undertake.  Chickens and Watches.  Early this week Constable Darraugh  brought over one John Kelly for stealing chickens from Axtel Gustavson's  hotel. At the hearing by Magistrate  Williams he was allowed to go on suspended sentence. Within two days  he was in the coop again, having stolen a watch from Mrs. Scott at the Dominion house, and pawned the same  for $2. At the next trial he got the  full sentence, four months in Nelson  jail  The announcement that a bond  had been taken on the Skylark claim  in the high grade belt, was somewhat  premature. Five Phoenicians are  figuring on tbe property, and it is expected that in a short time the deal  will be made with the Butte owners  and development started.  A contract for loading the Brooklyn  dump of perhaps 10,000 tons of ore,  has been let to D. McDougall, and he  has put up some of the trestles for the  work. As the Boundary Falls smelter  is pot yet ready to receive the ore, however, shipments have been delayed a  few days. As soon as sufficient ore is  out of the way, the new ore bins for  the Brooklyn mine will be erected at  once.  Latest Prices Ia Metals.  Nkw York���Copper, rlectrolvtic, $12.-  50(3*12.75; lake, $12.75  Bar Silver. 56.,.:  Lead, t-i.25.  W. S. Macy is probably entitled to  the record for raising hogs in the Boundary country. This week he killed one at  his ranch on Fourth of July creek  that dressed 422 pounds. If this has  been beaten, we have yet to hear of it.  Not Yet Serious With Boundary Properties.  It is years since so dry a summer  was known all through the northwest,  and in almost every section the shortage of water has become so serious i  question as to greatly hinder mining  operations. In the Coeur d'Alenes,  concentrators have been forced tp suspend operations, and this has also happened at the large new plant ol the  Centre Star - War Eagle at Trail, as  well as at a number of Slocan mines  and the St. Eugene at Moyie. . '  So far the Boundary has not felt  the shortage to any extent, although  the C. P. R. is now hauling water by  rail from Greenwood for the use of the  engines on the Phoenix branch. ,-  In Phoenix, if it should become  necessary, on account ofthe domestic  supply getting low, to cut off the  Brooklyn mine from the mains, that  mine can still use the mine water itself, and has a water right of its own  to fall back upon.  At the Granby mines, while the  supply is low, Supt. Hodges state's  that he has no fear but that the mines  will pump water enough for all mining  purpose's till the wet season starts  once mure  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  J. A. McMaster is now expecting tb  open his new Balmoral hotel about  the rst of October.  Walter B. Cochrane, police magistrate of Grand Forks, came up early  this week to see his brother, who is  confined at the hospital with a mi I'd  attack ot typhoid fever.  ;     The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary  niiues lor 1900, Tor  1901, for  jjgj 1903, lor 1903, and 1904, as reported to the Phoenix  Pioneer���  Past gg  E$3 '                                                          looo        1901  1903  1903             "904  Week Eg  MHGranbv Mines, Phoenix   64,533 231,762  309,858  393,718   388,700  11,820 ffl  M Snowshoe,              "              29-     1.731  20,800  71,212       ����H Brooklyn,              �����             150  SgjMother Lode, Deadwood    5,340  99,034  141.326  138,079   129,120  2,752 li  po&i Suueet,                 "                     802  7,456  15.731       EH Morrison,             "              150  3,339  KB B. C. Mine,        Summit   19,494   47,405  14,811  19,365       ffl'K. Bell,                       "          -    560  gBS-Kmmu,                        "                  650  {Kg Senator                       ''              8,530  22,937     25,180  363      1.756  1,088 H  Jglj Oro Denoro                "             15.537     14,630  mm Urey Fogie                "             222  W  No.  37                            "                          364  ti  Mountain Rose         "                       463  <K1  Reliance                                            ....  Winnipeg,   Wellington.     1,076     1,040  785  2,435       lidlden Crown.       "             2,250          625  Athelstan-Jackpot"            1,200        550  King Solomon, w .Copper            875  5,646      2,!K5S  No. 7 Mine, Central          665  482  City of Paris,     "               ,       2,000  Jewel,           Long Lake         160       350  38 Carmi,            West Fork     -.   890  Providence,   Providence            ....  219  993        621  Elkhorn   400        .!05  K. 1'. U and Goldfinch        1(17         226  Ruby,   Boundary Falls              so  Miscellaneous      3,230    3,456  325  507.545      J  Total, tons.        99,730 390.000  684,461   566 459  15.7591  Granby Smelter treated,  62,387 230,828  312,340 401,921    421,422  12,088 M]  , ��� ,���..'' ' : ! ''.������.'  I? ���  il r'  I;  IN  11.u  w  i  it  il-  3.'  it  ���'; i  .rt,-4  |i:  is I  I'  i-  'I  mm JZ'*.\  tgtvamrr r  "��S3M?-? "I   '        ' i*  HS��V.t   -   V ;.l  F.&V-        ���   A'!-,'  P<Mf  fit  fSS ;  m~i  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  PERFECT SN FLAVOR  rich, strong and delicious, and at the same time  moderate in price. BLUE RIBBON TEA is the  ideal beverage for Canadians.  The Phoenix Pioneer.  ' ' . A '     'P  .And Boundary Mining Journal.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  ml  IMOBD OWIATORDAVB lr THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT raoKMiz. ���. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Mahaqcr.  Teieohonis I ���"������ness office No. 14.  tUVSCKIPTlORt IN ADVANCK.  r" *�����' fi.oe  Six Months ,itj  H you are not�� subscriber lo this piper, this  li aa fnviuttoa to vou to become one.  Ad>rerti*lna; rates furnished 011 application.  ttgal notices ia and 5 cents per tine.  Four weekly insertion! constitute one month's  adfertlalnc.  There Are Others.���The local  Japanese are already anticipating the  fall of Pott Arthur.���New Westminster  Columbian.  B. C MINING  o���  Joe's Kxampi.k���New Yorkers will  be able lo undei stand how British  Columbians felt when Joe Martin  dropped out of politics, now that they  are to lose their own David B. Hill.���  Victoria Progress.  No Wonder at Am.���More than  50,000,000 pounds of rubber, valued  at $30,000,000, were imported into the  United States last year. Is it any  wonder that we are a nation of rubbernecks?���Orient, Wash., Journal.  (UNION  ���*beQ  1904   SEPT.  1904'  III. ���u.Tui. Wltf. Tkt. Fri.  Sit.  1                   12  4" 5 "6     7  8  9  3  10  n 12 13 14 15 16  17  18 19  20  21  22  23  24  ; 25 26 27 28 29 30  ' Still In Doubt���If after visiting  their districts the cabinet ministers feel  certain that they can defeat the Tories  the election will occur and be all over  within two months from today. If  they think otherwise the misery will be  prolonged.���Nelson Ledge. ,  r It will be the best of news to learn  that the Montreal & Boston people  expect soon' to add largely to the  working force of the Brooklyn and  Stemwinder mines in this camp.  Words Of Wisdom���Stand up for  your town, but to do so successfully it  is not necessary to belittle any other  community, or to traduce any individual. Such methods are as obsolete in this" day of advancement as  they are despicable.���Cranbrook Her  aid.  Work is to be resumed at the Josie  mine, Rossland.  The Reco, near Sandon, is increasing its force of men.  Kaslo is now talking ol* ��et��ing a  /tine enriching piant.  The output of the Klondike this  year, it is estimated will be $10,000,-  000  Announcement is made that the  Sullivan smelter will be finished and  blowd in by Christmas.  A new company with $625,000 capital has been formed to operate the  Dundee mine, ner Ymir.  Roasters at thG new Sullivan smelter, at Marysville, are expected to be  doing business next month.  From Rossland mines 8,705 tons of  ore were shipped last week, making I  245,7��8 tons for this year.  The Noble Five, one of the mines  that made Sandon famous in the early  '90's, is likely to resume operations.  Jas. Dunsmuir is owner.  . BOILERS . .  Our Boilers are built to work, and to work undei any pressure  100 pounds working pressure.'of steam i.s our standard, but we will  build theni for any pressure desired. Our catalog No. 112 ihows  our usual sizes, and gives 50 pages of useful information, tables,  etc.    Ask our Rossland or Greenwood Branch for it.  The Jenckes Machine Co.,Ltd.  Head Office and Works, 135 Iansdowne St.,  Rossland if Greenwood. V: SHERBROOKE, QUE.  'fWinninsi.i.Wt, iat  CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  SHOES AND DIES  RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  "ConimlMloner tot Ukins; Afflilirlti.  ���    Phoenix, u, ��  R. B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  I'HOENIX.B.C.  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLOUS  and BATHROOM.  (iiHvcu-WillisiiisHluck.cor. ,',���  First aipt Old Ironsides Ave  ' HOKN'JX  li ('  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F.and A.M.  KcKHlsrccimnipiilcaUoii�� ��� ���. '  ^ ond Thursday ore.ch'��o if''   <M  V ;       11.11. Morri.o���.A*����lerio!,"Hl:(.ck" "  C.W.KUMBKKUKIt,  bcuelarv.  W.Q.FKA8HR  WM.  Do You  Take  THE PIONEER  r  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary, ft works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $ J 0.00.  It costs only $2.00.  Jim.  When it was jocularly remarked,  some months ago, --that the Jap's might  chase the Russians to St. Petersburg  it was received as meant. By the way  the Russians are beating "masterly"  retreats, however, perhaps there will be j ooo.   It is hard coal, said to be  su  more truth than poetry in it. j perior to Pennyslvania anthracite.  The C. P. R. is to improve its tele  *%J   s^s ->���   -I ���-!_ I    _l   |  ���,_, ���,_ ���LJ-_1��� l.l-nr-1 .-���_���   IL   ���-!_���  j        PROVINCE.  ���  The, buildiqg for the weekly paper  at Hedley city is being erected.  The B. C." Telephone Co. is rebuilding its system in Rossland.  In the new city of Fernie no commercial traveller will be permitted to  do business without first getting a permit from the city cleric. i  , 16,000 acres of coal land about 36  miles west of Okotoks, Alta.,have been  bought by P. Burns-& Co. for $320,-  "Yes, stranger,  that's Jim.    He was  only a tramp���  Just a rovin' an' roamin' an'  worthless  scamp���  ��� -  An' that on  th' slab's all  that's leftPer of living brothers  0' him,  Chance for Fijurlng.  I The following is now going the  rounds of the press: Take the number  of your livin;' brothers, double that  amount,, add to it 3, multiply the result by 5, add to it the number of  living sisters, multiply the result by 16,  add the number of deaths of brothers  and sisters and subtract 153 from the  result, lhe right hand figure will be  the number of deaths, the middle  figure will he the numlvr of living  sisters and the left will show the num-  THE  .MVENPORT  Light Locomotives  i'HOi.NlxAnii  NO.'. IK,  41clings 011 Ktldiv  Ulikn lull. '  Vlsitiiij'  bitllitto  ccidUllj i������Ud;r"  HOBT.IIOHKttL.fttt.w^H,,,,;, ^  I- O. OF.  SS-OWSIIOK I.ODOK NO 4(  Meets every Monday ��ve..ii,K at  il���dv 11.,,  Vlslllnif brelhcrn cordially Im-fted.  t Alex.Mltkle. N.Cf.  ��HO. R. Mhao, kcc. Sec'y  ��� ���'Ww. Delahay, Per. Fin. icy. "  For All Purposes  ..   Kor mine... ingulf or outside ecrvicc, for  '' I>n;ifiiit: lto*!s, fur <-<ptitructorp.   Con-  ������:.i. .i.r , ��� venieiit to opeiatt', qm'ek Hinl powerful,  DAVENPORT LOCOmOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  These engines may be 8i-��n in servieeat the minus of tirwiliv Co.. l'hoenix, ��. C.  Both the Japs and the Russians are  covering themselves with glory, the  ,-,the one for driving the Muskovite  .back to his fastnesses, and the' others  for being able to run so rapidly. Ku-  ropatkin is probably bearing in mind  the old couplet, that (,He who fights  and'runs away, lives to fight another  day," Speaking seriously, the battles  of the last few weeks will stand out as  the-greatest, perhaps, for 100 years.  It is said that with the payment of  "its last dividend by the Providence  Mining Co., Ltd.���as announced first in  the last issue of the Tionee'r, those who  took interests when the" company was  organized, less than two years ago,  have received in profits every dollar of  the original investment���and the mine  itself is believed to be of greater promise than ever tiefore. It is such things  as, this that go a long distance towards  'giving a country the best kind of an  " name. '  graph line between Rossland and Cast-  legar by stringing copper wires. The  present iron wires have been eaten  away through the corrosive action of  the fumes of the smelter at Trail.  Thugs held up the C.P R. express  -45 miles from Vancouver last Sunday  anight, and secured  $7,000 from the  express car, besides what Tthey  took  ��'from the mail car; not a passenger or  ,t train man was hurt.   This is the first  ��� hold-up ever made on a C.P.R. train,  it is said, and the robbers are supposed  to have escaped across the line, with  several thousands of dollars reward of-  - fered for their capture and an army of  policemen on their supposed trail.  Editor Johnston, of the Grand Forks  .    News-Gazette, and  Editor Evar<s, of}  ,    the Grand Forks Sun, are paying each  J other compliments through their rep's spective columns.    The Gazette man,  who  probably ran   out   of clippings  about mining in Spain or the conditions in the Philipines and other snb-  t jects of such intense interest to resi-  ,'dents of the Uoundasy, admitted  a  letter to his columns last week, reflecting on the editor of the Sun, that  no self respecting editor sa the Boundary orelswherc would ordinarily print.  1 Call ft off, BreY Johnsing; there's nmh-  ���jog in it.  Sfert History of tfcc War.  The Jap '  Has got the Russ in a trap;  The Jap    " -  Gives the Russ another slap;  The Jap  Hits the Russ-a rap;  The Jap  Catches the Russ in a nap:  The Jap  Has a snap;   t,  '., *  The Jap  ���Is on top in the scrap;  The Jap  Tipsfthe Russ a tap:  The Jap  Makes the Russ look like a yap:,...  Thg-Jap     .  Wants to put the Russ off the man.  The Russ  Is getting mixed in the muss;  The Russ k"  Finds the Jap a lively cuss;  The Russ  -Isn't raising much fuss;  >  'The Russ ." ,>  Isn't chasing an ignis fatuus;    ���  The Russ  Thinks he has caught an octopus;  The Russ        , 1  Is getting it in the esophagus;  The Russ  Isn't used to it thus; *  The Russ  Grows less altitudinous  The Russ  Is astonished at US,  ���VVJ. Lampton in the'N.Y.Sun,  And all that they know  is  his name  was Jim.  But I kinder suspect on th'other shore  They've recorded his name, an' a  hull  let more.  "It seems that th' feller was  steahn' a  ride  On Number Four's cowcatcher,   there,  outside,  When the engineer saw   in  the dusty  whirl,  Th' stoopin' form of a tiny girl  Who was pickin' up coal with might an'  main,  Her mind on her work an' her back  t'  th' train.  'God help me!' he cried, as he threw  his weight  T reverse th' lever���but all too late,  For a form was struck,   an' a   feeble  cry-  Reached th'engineer as th'train went  by  'I've killed th' gal'���and his eyes went  dim  With tears as th' train   went   back   Tr  Jim.  'Th' tramp  was livin'  but good  as  dead;  'I saved th' gal���I'm Jim', be said:  'I pushed her away from th' track,  an'  say,  I   must  'a' slipped���' an' he  passed  away.  An' that on th' slab's all that's left  o'  him���  He was only a tramp���just a tramp  called Jim."  ���Baltimore News.  ��� !  (lean Palpllalbn at Night  Rattles even the strongest man, but  to the average woman it is a taste of  general purgatory. Take a little Ner-  viline in sweetened water and stop the  palpitation. You'll be saved lots of  worry by keeping Nervilme on hand,  which is a treasure for all sorts of  pains and aches Nervilme cures  headache, stomach and bowel troubles  quickly.    Costs 25c for a large bottle.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work, Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  HNE BOOiS AND SHOLS  MADK  'IO  ORDER.  PRAC11CAL    MINERS* AND    PROS  PEC'IORS'SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  ilNE  a��� union Pacific  ONLY UNE EAST  Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Dailv.  v  Steamship tickets to En rope ami other  loreijrii countries.  /.eaves  Dally  hljokaiie Time .Schedule.    ,��rmK  JjiTcctlirc Nov. ��iinoi        i&lly  7��i��.m. VAST MAIL-Tu and from  Coeurd-AlenedUlrlct, Farm-  iiiglon Garfield < olfux, Pull.  P.l."l.,.,.*Mo"co"r' 'Pomeroy, , .  JJa tsbiiig, Dayton. Walla  Walla, I'end clou, Baker City  and all point* Kn��| ' 8c0���  1:30 P. 111. HXPRKSS-for Farmii.iTon P'  (.nrfield, Coir��*. P.illm.ii,  -Moacow.l.ewlsioii, Portland  San Vraiiciaco,- Kaker City  and all points KAST.  KXPKKSS-From all poiiitu  Kant, Maker City, han Kraii-  ciipco, Portland, Coirax, ��;,r.  ��� !/����.., c      i   "", ���'���rmliiisloii ii.4o��.s  ���Kxcept Sunday. '  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  OLLA  PODRIDA.  Has Bote a Pile   of Chamberlain's   Counts  Remedy.  I have sold Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy for more than twenty years  and it bas given entire satisfaction. I  have sold a pile of it'and can recommend it highly. ��� Joseph McKinley,  Linton, Iowa. You will findt this  remedy a good friend when troubled  with a-cough or cold. It-always affords  quick relief and is pleasent to ta'ne. For  sale by all druggists.  Wealth and kingdoms pass away  but a bad name remains until the day  of doom.  When the cook fires the stove with  kerosene its a sign that it's time to fire  the cook.  To many men blame providence for  the misfortune they bt ing upon themselves.  $  We are all cra^y to get away from  home and no sooner are we away than  we wish to be back again.  It doesn't take a man with strong  lungs to blow in money.  TAK e>OA.P iieals and jofte is the skjfi, ipft,|e  Too Much Bread.  According to the Lardeau Eagle,  "Two local prospectors agreed to strike  the hills together one day last week.  Said Alfonse: 'I'll rustle the horses,  and you'll rustle a week's provisions.'  Gaston rustles and returns to the  rendezvous with 1 loaf of bread, 3  bottles of Johnny Dewar, 7 bottles of  Segram, 1 bottle of absinthe, and 5  bottles of Canadi.in Club. He proudly  exhibits his purchase to Alfonse, who,  in a voice of amazement, cried: What  in the name of goodness made you  buy all that bread?' "  Special Excursion to World's  Fair.  The Denver & Rio Giande, in connection with the Missouri Pacific, will run  nseriP8 of rersonallv Conducted Excursion" to the World's fair during June.  These pxctimons will run tlirougTi to St.  Louis without, change of cars, making  ������hurt f-tops at (jrlncipal points enroute.  The firetof these Excursions leaves Port-  Jnnd June 7th, and the second June 17.  The rate from ripokane will lie $60.00 to  St.   Loins   and   return.   Excursionists  Koingvir. the Denver \ Rio Grande have  the privilege of returning via a different  loute    This   is the mo^t pleasant way,  as well as Hie most delightful - route to  cross lhe continent.   The etops arranged  niveau opportunity of visiting the various iiointb of interest in and about Salt  Lake City, Denver and Kansas Citv.   If  jou ttisli lo accompany one of these ex-  fiirnioi.8 write at once- to \V*. C. McBiide,  324 Third street, Poitland,  for sleeping  car resei vat ions.  Hospital Donations  I/.p-t of Donations received since Jan.  1st, 1004, to the Phoenix General Hospital :  Cash $100 Clements. Houghton, Boston  Can ij.; ai        .  A Friend  Cajilijjco  A pried  Jidse.J.3 00       A Friend  Cash Js 00   j.j, struwel  Frnclure Bed and Furniture.value $60 .A Friend  c?'li $5<>               T. Eaton & Co., Toronto  ''��"> Mr�� I Crawfon  Clminware   Mnies Crawford  ��< Jp ��J5 Canadian Rand Drill Co  Cash Jso .   Hospital Huff  Landscape Garden    Mrs. R. B. Kerr  H Crate Straw berries. .   .      J 11   Pe-ern  ��>r.uP ���   ��� ��� A Friend  Cash Is 00 ..         M. Mullin  Usli|3oo . . AKrieHd  1 do;t Bed Spreads a Friend  Pair ('p-iitches George Chaplain  granite J'en Pot ,,      , Morrin, Thompson & Co.  MaKaciii-s w. 8. Macy  VegUabloi ,   .,   ,Mrs. I. K.Mills  Oratt Strawberries ,Mrs W. S. Vacy  Cash |i 00 per month ... V 8c N Telephone Co.  l.rate>-trawberrUs ,���..Mr. W.S.Mapy  Ca��h, $60 00      Bachelors Dance  Cash |s 00  Itobt Horrell  jaritrawberiyjam    Mrs. Wm. Fraser  In 1903  SHORT LINE TO CALIFOKNIA.  pSiui Francisco-Portlnnil Route.  Sleaiiicr* sail from Alnsworld <toc^. I'ortlind,  r.Li'' 'I1' "d f"" ��!����������-Street wharf,'SsnFnn-  ciin.0, at id a. in. every five days.  Tickets on talent all s. V & K. Stslioin.  Heir ruither liiforniation ��,�� to rates, lime ol  u aim. eiiiiipinent.ctc..address  GKO. J. MOIII.KR.General Akci.I,  Klversldc Ave..Spokane, Ws.li  ���i-Al  the entire Houndary shipped 680,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was reduced by  BOlfNUARY SMELTERS  Phoenix camp aloneshipped ..530,000 tons of ore  last year.  The Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any part of Can.tda or the   United  .States |or  $2.00  per year--or the rest of the world for $3.00  per  yiar.    It gives the  Latest and Most  Spokane Falls  &  Northern Ry.  The only all rail route between poind  wiHi.wcHt and south to Kui-slnml. Kelson. Grand Forks ami Kepublic.  millet nirs run lietweeu ijuokane and  Nnrlliport.  KKFKCTJVK JUNK 14. 1903.  Leave. ��� ,-.���,���  �����'!��� ����� m. Spokane ���.... 6:15 p, m  ���0:soa- m .-.Rossland..... iyj p.w.  7:,0��- "i Nelson ;  y.jop. m  10:35a. 111....;. Grand Forks 4:0011.10.  "W*. in. Republic...; 6:15p.m.  Save  Time all the time  a By "USING  I     TV,  IH  OlT-i  r  roi  r*  %r  Vv4  'Reliable lews  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It js fearless  and independent,'aiid aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin at any time  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINT.S KAST.  ^1  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO  PHOENIX/B.C.  Pulare and Tom-igt 8lt'(i|��:rB, Buffi-t  Library Care, Modern day Coiiclic.", "i"-  ing Cars, Meals a La Carte.  Best Meals on Wheels,  .-IS.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2    t  ..���.il.liUL1.,  Sick Headache,  Forsale, at half price, full set of  dia Britannica. Inquire at  " office.  "For several   years   my   wife   Was  troubled with   what  physicians called  sick headache ofa very severe character  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,  Grand Porks,  Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE  LINE.'  J.F.ROYUR.      :       -       V       :       Proprieloi.  Beginning lune 1st, leave Hrcemvood at 6 a.re  and Phoenix at 7:30 a,m ; Arrive at Grand Fork,-  10:30 a. in., leave Grand Forks 3:45 p. m.,arrivin��  at Phoenix 7 p. m., and Greenwood at 8. p. m  Connects both ways with Great Northern trains  Fare���Grand Forks to Phoenlr, Ji &o; Phoenix  to Greenwood, 50c; Greenwood to Phoenix. Sr 01  Greewood to Gi and Forks, $3. Office in Green  wood, Gt. Northern Telegraph office.- In Phoe  nix, McRne Bros. & Smith. In Grand Fork*  Gt- Norther offices.  For express rates, ncjuire  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office^  PHOENIX, B 6.  BAST AND WKSr.  Special Excursion Katei to  WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS.  Your choice of route.  For rates and foldere and full information regarding trips call on or adilr��i  any agent of the 8. F. & N.'Railway pr  H. A. Jackson, H. Bkandt,    *  G.F. &P.A., C.-P.&T.A.,  Spokane.        701 VV. Kiverside,  'Wash. Spokane. W11.  It Will be to Votir Ifltertil  If y.iu contemplate visiiinp the Si.  Louis Exposition, to secure reliable, information an to railroad eervicts, the lowest rates and best routes. Also as W  local conditions in St. Louis, hotels, etc.  If you will write the undersigned,  stating what information you desire, li���  same will be promptly furnished. If "c  do not have it on hand, will secure it i��r  you if possible, and without any expenw  to you.   Address  B..H. TRDMBULL,  Commmerclal Agent,  142 Third 8t���Portlnnd, Or*.  &  1  1  f     1  ^SKMlllMl^fm^f-MI!'.'. m-MMrvn^t  .,*;.: . ,   ,    en r- ������'    '"-^. ������ *��� *-.���--'-..���^-.��   ,       .     _   ,  e.'." ���* ..->.     1.1      ip-i.- p .1  .   ����   h..   p. -,i-a  .      -   -   ���,.-������;��� l. ��� ���, -; L��iaiip>  '-"va- t'."."'.�� " "u ���,_"*��_ �����-.���!-- .- --- ��� -- .���j���.--    f-,   . . .- - . ��� p--ron ��.- ,nzj* ."   LT*-��-   a "S  . it.-^J-j"  k. '.   \:~r -trnryiup ��������.��.��� - J_   - v~a._w_ m&vmmtxPieymm  ^ PALACE LIVERY STABLES  I  'I he ���best established :md regulated hostelry in the Houndary. We aie centrally located' in our new stables with  a complete outfit oi Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rigs.      Parties, driven to  any Houndary   point.  The Best Lethbridge Coal promptly delivered,   Large  Stock of Dry Wood  Mclntyre & McDonald  Knob Hill Ave.,     ,: ���S��        Phoenix, B.C.  ��"  -#  THE OBSERVATORY  Superintendent Public Works  Of Lspxlnrten, Kj��� Saj-si  "Pe-ru-rw U an Excellent Medicine."  THINGS TALKKDOF  AT  HOJJK AMU KUtWUEKE  verybody remember that  asy their minds will be if they  arn money and deposit it with the  MilfliWIIill^ereitwiU  am interest at 3%.   Rate paid by  very leading Bank in Canada,  stab'ished J859.  I  The Grand Forks ' News Gazette  asserts that the Pioneer was in error  recently in stating that the queen of  the carnival, which recently proved to  he such a financial failure in that city,  did not receive the prize promised her  ������$250. From other sources the  Pioneer learns that it was misinformed  in that special regard, and regrets the  statement and congratulates the queen,  Miss Purcell, of Rossland, on getting  the cash.- We,are further inforn.cd.up-  011 investigation, that ihequeeri not only  received the $250 in gold, but that her  majesty all told cost the.carniva! committee something like $600 or $700���  rather an expensive bit of royilty for a  place the size of Grand Forks. It  would seem that, if matters had been  arranged rightly, some of the others  who did not receive what was coming  lo them would he in better financial  shape.  The  Luxury  of a  ��nd Hot Wafer it 90 SecoDiis.  IN   KKACH   OF 'EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO WATER  HEATER, the latest invention, at  rlitatet-Kendtick Co., Ltd.  Sole Agents for Phoeniv.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  ������ .  .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Mode, in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  which (liv-cji I'l'il'i-ct Work in 1 (.*��� ^iiuri.-t-t  1 inn: with the n'euli'i-t i-upe ��� ���! ojwatiuii.  ;':;��� Write for Calnlof-������..'���������" .'  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  iP.Burns&Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD OKFICE KOR KOUNUAKV CREEK, GREENWOOD,  HEADQUARTERS. NELSON, B. C.  B. C.  .... Wholesale and Detail Reat Merchants, i  ��  ���'  a  ��  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverion, New Denver, Ymir. Sal mo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  ('���rand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  : . . "   ' AH oi'ders receive prompt,attention.  Phoenix Stage  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  -    DAILY.    -  Leave Phoenix ac 10 a. in.       Arrive Greenwood at n a. 111.  Arrive  4.30 p. in.    Leave  ���3- p. m.  &##��� JOHN WALTERS, Prop,  COPPER  The'new edition of tlie COPPER HANDBOOK lists ami describes 3.311 i.op-  pi'r miiuis ami copper niininir fompiinie?, in all parts of the world, covering tlie  Hlobe, these ilesorintions nimnntr from two linen to 12 pages in length, according to  importance Of ihe mines. Tlie descriptions me not padded, but givo facts in "the  must ebmleiised and KCt-at-able form.  There aic'also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the Historv, Uses,  Tp iininolojry, Geoirniphy, Geoloiry, Chemistry, .Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  and .SliUiKtics of Coppi-r, render .'tig tlie volume a veritable encyclopedia of the sub-  jp.-etol\Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  It is the Worid's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  Even- Miner, Prospector, Investor, Banker, and Broker needs the. bonk. Price  ih 45 lit Biickru'ni binding with gilt top, or $7.50 in full   librarv  monocco,  and tlit*  book, (neither binding, will be sent, fullv prepaid, on approval, to anv address' in  J he world, i<> be'paid for if round satisfactory, or may returned within a week 01 re  i-eipta-i.l the charge   cancelled.    Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Blo:l., Houghton, Ml:h., U. S. A.  ��� (���������������������������������������������������������"Mt  Tana G  TIIK   HOMT.  Ol-'  HiglvOass  COLLIES  We make a specialty of .breeding lhe  best winking stiains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction to flockmastcrs  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  Thos.  P. O.JJo'x. 11)07.  aaS9eees����eoo  S. Griffith,  Spokane, Wai-h.  1 e��oooeeo*)������  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  Setli and Jerry ���JUii-rnl Claims, situate in the  Urctnwoo   Milling Division of Ynle District.  Where locnted, in Long Lake camp.  fake notice that r, Albert K. Aslicroft acting as nsc-it Tor the Jewel Gold .Mines Wm'tw.  Free Miner's Cf.rtific.ilc No. HSs.647. intend  sixty dnvs from the date hereof, to apply to till  Mining "Kccorder for a Certi6,-ate of Improve  menu, for the purpose of obts'tiing a Crowr  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that act.ott. under see  Hon 37,must he commenced before the iFsuancec  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of August, ��9��4,  <   >. ALB��RTa.ASHCROFr1P.I..S.  la Praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Dlarrobea Remedy. -  "Aliow me to give you a few words  in praiseofChamberlain'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, iYIr.  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 from the  bottom of my heart for putting this  remedy in the hands of mankind." For  sale by .all druggists.  It is said in Grand Forks that the  total indebtedness of the carnival directors that still remains unpaid is  something like $1,500, or possibly  more, and that the directors themselves  are likely to be he'd personally responsible for 'the',bills.'.. "Lock of  business management throughout seems  to have been the diief trouble, as the  carnival in every other re-pect is said  to have been a success. What/a contrast this offers to the management of  the race meet ihat was held at the same  time a! Grand Forks. We trust, however, that the directors of the carnival  will meet the case like men and thus  end the matter. ���  i  ��� �������� . .  One by one the land seekers who  left Phoenix and the Boundary earlier  in the year, to pick out choice locations  on the supposed line of the Grand  Trunk' Pacific in this province, are returning to civilization. They do not  seem to have much to say about, the  new cpuntry, except that they had anything but an easy time. It is presumed  that either they found something pretty  good, or that they have a tip that the  Grand Trunk Pacific will not start  building operations till next year or  some other time. "  Speaking of people that return reminds us that, in nine cases out often,  men who leave this camp because it is  too high or too low, or top hot or too  cold,' or too something���the good Ixird  only knows what-���they come trailing  back to Phoeni-. And we personally  know of many another who would b:  glad to get back.if it could be arranged.  After all, there are attractions about a  camp where there is steady, progress  and a steady payroll, even if there is  no boom of the old fashioned sort���  the kind that leaves many a broken  pocketed and broken spirited man in  its wake.  Another goodly batch , of would-be  coal barons have received their coal  and oil licenses from the government,  and will search by proxy for these valuable commodities in East Kootenay.  When the government raised the coal  prospecting fee to $ioo, we were .old  by the howlers and the growlers that  it would debar a lot of poor men from  searching for the black dianionds. But  that stage has not, seeriiingly, been  reached. Many Boundary men are  interested in East Kootenay coal  measures, in one way and another, and  there are good chances of some of  them making a small pile thereby.  .1. 11. lllpplegato, Supt. ofPubllo  Works, CI WcstOth St., .Lexington, Ky.,  writes: ,."������'...  "I find that Poruna is an. excellent  mec'.icino especially for catarrhal affec-  tlona and nil diseases leading to con  sumption, bronchial t roubles or tilnmac 1  [roubles. It also acts aa a preventative  andkccpn tho system in j. healthy con  dltJcm so that It easily throws oft tlk  case. It is an excellent, to::ic and ;  great appetizer and as a lar-jo numbe;  at thoso who have been usiag it fpcal  enry highly of tin curatlvo powers, I an  natisflsd that my opinion of It la correct,  aud that It is deserving of high pr*i��e.,:  --J. II. Hipplegate.  Pc-ntna Is tho remedy for catarrh. AI  vioet everybody knows that by hearsay  r.nd thousands know it by experioncc.  Catarrh in its various forms ia r;:plUly  becoming a national curse. An undoubted remedy has been discovered by  Dr. Hartman. Th la remedy hits been  ilinrou^hiy tested during the past forty  years, Peruna cures catarrh in all  piloses und stages. There Is no remedy  ' Ihat can bo substituted.,  If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Parana,,  write atoneo to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your case, and he will  lx) pleased to give you his valuable ad-  vico gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman, President ot  '''ho Hartman Sanitarium. Colombo*, O.  was chased by Chief Mood, arrested  and fined for his display of muscular  activity.  The Pioneer is glad to add its meed  of praise to a young lady, Miss Georgie  Blaine, who is running the weekly  paper published at Chesaw, the Meyers  Creek News. It is not only the best  paper that valley ever had, but it is  evident that Miss Blaine can give  some men who are editorsisome pointers. Miss Blaine knows a good thing  when she sees it, for she quotes from  the Pioneer.     . ' / !������������'���;  The Germs of Catarrh  Second Annual Exhibition of the  NELSON    AGRICULTURAL and  ��� INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION  SEPT. 28 & 29  NEW BUILDINGS,  FINE GROUNDS,  BIG PREMIUM LIST,  XOVF.I,  OI'KN   AIR -ATTRACTIONS.   '  ' Write for Prize List.  J. fi.. ANN ABLE, Sec.,;  NELSON. B. C.  Phoenix Livery Stable  Matheson & Matheson. Props.  Fwrvthincr Pfew carriages and other rigs  kVSI J IH1.1& llCW  HORS1rS AND SADDLE.S.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.   A share of the public  , patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE, COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  A. Munro  Contractor and Builder.  0000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Pull Line of H.ard Woods.  ........ Shop on Dominion Avenue   THE MILWAUKEE  ����� ��� ���  j ��� ��� ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  f��*2i_ The most perfcety appaint ���      c   th  mid Pleasure Keaort in the West, Willi a  filele system of Hntlls���iiicUicllne Turkish ��n I  tussinn. Open the year round. The curative  properties of its waters arc uiiequated.  Kor CuriiiR all Rlieumatic. Nervoua and Muscular Troubles.  Hoi IleatiiiKall Kidney, I.iver and Sloinuch  niliiK-uts.  Vnr KliiuluatinR nil MetnlliePoisoim from the  System  The graudeur of the scenery is unrivaled,  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lalccs.walerfalis  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursion  tenuis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed l< r  [uddD-M. !  H. J. Paron, staff representative of  the Denver Mining Reporter, who was  in Phoenix a few days ago, is travelling  for a paper tiiat is not out with the  "big mil," as the saying goirs. Not  for love or money could a write-up be  had in that excellent weekly. News is  what the Reporter is after, mining news  of interest to mining men. Mr. Baron  has been through the Kootenays, and  is going this week from Midway to the  American Okanogan, and thence to  the coast, having recently come from  Tonopah, Nevada. The Reporter is  now said to said to stand second in  circulation among the mining journals  of this continent.  ��*��  It transpires that Jack Munroe received some $4,000 for his share of  the pate receipts from the recent fake  fight which he had with Jeffries, after  paying his trainer some '$2,000 and  other icttis. So, it probably paid him  pretty well for the drubbing he rece;ved  at the hand ofthe world's champion.  He probably thinks, at any rale, it  pays better than when he was inuck-  irig in" the Granby mines a couple of  years ago. That was about the time  too, that he knocked a man off the  high sidewalk on Old Ironsides avenue,  Not only attack'the passages of the  head and throat but finally reach the  lungs and cause consumptiop.. Nothing  destroys catarrh so quickly as fragrant  healing Catarrhozone which relieves  the cough, stops the discharge, takes  all soreness from the throat. 1 "I consider Catarrhozone has no equal as a  cure for catarrh and lung trouble,"  writes Jas. E. Wetherell of Brighton.  "It cured me after many good doctors  failed to even relieve my trouble."  Catarrhozone can'c fail to cure���it's  guaranteed. Two months treatment  $r.oo: trial size 25c.  0. R. & N. Summer Book.  The handsome 1904 summer book  "Restful Recreation resorts," issued by  the passenger department ofthe Oiegon  Railroad and Navigation- Company is  just out. It tells all.about the summering places of the Columbia river  Valley���a brief description ofthe trips  up and down the Columbia river, to  the mountains, beaches, inland resorts  and fountains of healing where they  are and how to reach them. Tlie book  has a special designed front cover,  printed in two colors, and the inside  pages are splendidly illustrated by  costly and beautiful half-tones. A copy  of this publication may be obtained by  sending two cents in stanps to A. L.  Craig, General Passenger Agent of the  Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, Portland.  A fumUiiir name for the Chiciis", Mi.l  M-imkee & St. Puul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Rnilwar  Ttinnini: tlie "Pioneer Limited" trains  everv dav ami'night between St. Paut  and Cliinujo, 11ml Omaha and Chieatjo.i  "The only perfei-t trains in the. worl i.",  "Understand: Coiineetlon*' are made;  with AllTraiiai-ontiiientHl Lint.f>, assuring to iiaaseiitjei'S the best survive known.!  Luxurious coaches, eleetrie lights,eleant  Iieat,-of a verity equaled hy 110 other  line.  See that your ticket reaila via "The  Milwaukee" when going to any point m  the United Stiitec or Camilla. All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other information, aililress. i  R. L. Ford, H. S. Rowe,  Trav. Pass. Agt., General Agen ,  STOKANK, WN. PORTLAND.OK.'  mciFi-cw:  Nelson  Exhibition  Sept. 28th and 29th  SINGLE FARE RETURN from alt  stations���Revelstoke to Fernie���  including all branches.  World's Pair Rates  next selling dates, October 3, 4, & 5.  ��� >A^C<  \'; ��   '���      ���'     '       '  .  mm  RAILROAD  The Most  Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent!  Through Salt Lake City, Ulenwood Springs, Leadvllle, Pueblo, :  f   ,      Colorado Springe and Denver. V;  il Dagllglit RMe THrousli Nature's Ari Gdliem  Pawing Caetle Gale. Canon of The Grand^ Tennesaee Paee, '  Marshal Pasa and the Royal Gorge.  ."V Past Trains Daily Bet.Oflden and Denver 5  Equipment .tniServicc Second to None  '.      SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  I'VV. CMcBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  Students Rates East  on sale till Sept. 20th.  Young ladles Read This.  If you are bothered with pimples,  rashes or ugh" blotches on your face  if your complexion is sallow, it's  an evidence that you require Fen ozone  to tone up your blood. One Ferro  zone Tablet taken at meals makes the  -complexion like peach bloom, cheeks  soon become rosy, eyes bright, you'll  be the picture of health. Thousands  of ladies keep up their youthful appear  ance with Ferrozone, why not you?  Price 50c at druggists.  Latest Mining   Stock Quotations,  AffKKI,  American Uoy   2\?  Ben Hur  2%  Black Tail   3  Canadian Hold Fields  4;;  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-dtv.)  2  Centi:r Star  2t  Deuppro Mines   Kairvieu*..:  3  l'Mshcr Maiden  3  (iiant   2  Granby Consolidated ;  $4 25  International Coal  50  Morning Glory  iJ>J  Mountain I.ion  10  North Slur, (K.K.)  5  Payne  10  Qitilp  it  Rambler-Cariboo    ;  21  San foil  j','  Sullivan  11  Tom Tlniini'..  2  War Kagle Consolidated  12  Waterloo (Ass  1-aid)         i.'j  White Hear         t'/i  ti f��  9  S  Low Settlers' Rates  Westbound,   sold   daily,  Sept.   15  Oct.   15th  For full paiticulars a|  ply to local  agents.  J. (1. Cl.AKK,                E.J  . Covle,.  10  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  _���..   /Including Iloudsoine Portrait\  yVUL    V^ofKiug Kdward. ijiji inches.,/ - -   -  Phoenix Pioneer and New York  "World, ThriceTa week, both  for one year       Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one- year....  -----  2.75  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  5end all sub.scriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  i'A  Not Ibe Sl/ghlcfl Danger.  In using Dr. Hamilton's Pills of  Mandrake and Butternut for constira.-  tion or piles. Highly recommended  because they cause no gripping pains.  For prompt and certain cure use only  Dr Hamilton's Pills.    Price 25c.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, H. C.    Vancouver. B.C  J. S. Cauiek, 1). P. A.  Nelson, B.C  Only Did His Duly as He Saw It.  "I deem it my duty to add a word  or praise to Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"' says  J. Wiley Park, the well known merchant and postmiister 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 net 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'j flux (dysentery). V'ou are at  liberty t:> use this testimonial as you  please."  For sale by all druggists.  JOli PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pioneer Pun. Co.,   -  Phoknix, B.C.  Phoenix Home Brewed  LAGER  BEE-R.  Brewed by a home institution, has proven  the test and has made a  Host of Friends  who testify to its Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUELLER,  Proprietor.  Corner  Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  ��  *  s  e  ���  a'  o  ���  0  o  �� Praeticil Horseshoninj, Blsdumlthinf,  S Dominion A��e��� Phocnin, 8. C.  eeesoooeeeeeeooooeooeeeoos  &  General Painting and  . . Sign Writing  Greenwood, B. C  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   Tlioiiesj,  We make good bread,     Try it.  .C. W. GREER, Proprietor.  I.  V  h1  ���!'  kin rfp  4-a  .  ���(.,�����:  ' *.:    " ������ ii rj -.   ���. ���.  :.��>-���  "l,."  J Bl        1. . 1   -i   1  ��   1  1      ����� �� - ��� 1 " i?"��l'-    s  '*\tf.  ��� ���". ' ���'-.*���     '4     *f _'    r- .1   I"1! .      , '������*���.*  W  +Vi'  1 :i"/i��i ���  r f ���mm ^����- - ��� ��� siWP,���;  "lys-.T-n-,-���-j~j  *���*��� I"'.'-'  ...S\,   .^f-   ..-���-.    1..A":   .I'll-..     ,    '.'   ;.-.   ,lf\   I 1  JS }A'Jm  FaBaKsttW'-^'*^-!*1'  I��li'.fp?m;'  LiJ*-^ If      A-5r*:''        K-J" ��� V��?,1v\Sl'''!   '���'  "V.  ���Krff'i"  ili  HI  aiid Afoiind Phoenix  BRIEF  TOPICS OF  LOCAL   AND  GENfcKAI. , -  INTEREST TO; PHOENICIANS. =��� ' ;/, :".���**    '  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  *Dr. Mathison, dentist.  ,  For International Coal stock see J.  '.-Li'. Martin.  'Dr. Mathison, dentist, will beat his  office, Bank block," from Oct loth  to 14th.  Why not get a nice little txwk containing 30 select views of Phoenix,  from G. R. E. Kinney.  j.  "Dr.  Simmons, fdentist,  block, Oct. 13 to 16. ,  , '^"Sunday the Grand'.Forks' baseball team lost two {.ames to Republic.  Norman C.Stewart, formerly of Nel  son, has accepted the position of teach  cr of the public school af Cascade  ��� I1/8/ '' L' Martin re,ur"ed Saturday  night from a two weeks visit with   her  For  large returns and good  divi- ^'  ',rs- &  p-  ��raves,  At   Spo  dends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, H.'C.  , Don't worry.   Get Mortimer to in-  "Nelson fair posters have lately made ���"�� ?��Utu^ue\Fire',A?cidmt or Sick-  tbeir appearance in the city, and the r��� " ��� best En8Ilsh and Canadian  event promises to be the best yet. ^ompanie.s.  \ James Sproat and  William  HdwerLi/^r   S.n"'th|."��? family   have      Robert Mack left  for  Snokine l,,t  went up to Rock Creek Wednesday, to iS���?"1 �����0kVH,8S0n' G��rt��nJ Saturday, heing w^  examine some claims the former is in-l^8?^ f,.me s,nce for New Zealand  illness of his father, Jame,   fv   aX  I Mr. Mack/Sr., died Monday mornmft  the funeral taking, place on Wednesday.  C. A. DesBrisay, Great Northern J  right of way agent, was one of the j  week's visitors here.  Rev. J. J). V. Knox;', pastor-of the'  Greenwood'Methodist'church, is  confined to the hospital there with typhoid  fever. ���'. ,.;.���'.'.'    '   ,   ; ���<..  Afr. and Mrs. Frank ftongurd,   who  ��� are ranching near Che'saw, U'ash., wer��  McMillan | i visiting .Mrs. Hackett, Mrs. .Kbngard's  mother, this week.  Mrs. J. E. Mills, who has been absent about a month, on a visit to  Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver, returned to Phoenix Thursday.  Pat Hums'new ro.uisito. at his- coal  mines, recently puichased on the  Macleod branch ofthe C.P.R., 111 Alberta, is to be called Burnside.  W. J. iionscr, K. C, of Vancouver,  grand master of the Masons of this  province, i.s expected to visit King  Edward lodge in Phoenix next S-uur-  >e  You Can Get  THE FINEST' FRUITS that grow  and THE FINEST . CIGARS and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new  store of......  ���'That's Our Business"   <j Alex McRae,  day night.  examine some claims the former is in  terested in.  -���Miss Maggie Deegan, who has been  visiting Mrs. Jos. Gation for the past  wfo weeks, left Sunday' for her home  in Republic.  ".   -,.   ,'      *>       . v�� ,'   v  'Rev. E: C. W. MacColl went ovef  to Fernie by Monday's train, where" he  attended the semi-annual meeting-of  the Kootenay Presbytery.  and Australia.  Threshing is now in full swing in  the Kettle river valley. It is said that  somevwheat will go 30 bushels to the  acre, and oats 60 bushels.  The job Department of the Plioeirix Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the IJest Quality of  Stationeiy for auy kind of business. Special  attention paid to woik for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  SSSifSVi!^' PHOENIX, B. c.  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc.  Hardy Block,   - Dominion Ave.  TKe:;B.C. Assay m  Chemical Supply Co., im-  VANCOUVER, B. C  Direct Importers of Assavers' Sufi,,;  ���Sole Agents in B. C. for the w,lu '  H.tttersea Crucibles.' *eorinW��*";fkn,��*��  etc. Selling aKe��U ibS IV'^'''  Lo's Specialties. Carv Purnai*. o ra"  etc. Mereks' Pure Cl.ei. i"K^,  >or, ���Platinum, Quicksilver 6 p"f ty'  Borax  UIh*�� and all Heavv Ol .*, . " "���  SpccI.lty-SI,v.rrrea.SS;;^'  Complete Assay Outflts   fumui, .  Hh��>r. notice. ,SatiHfaetlonf"ai^  -���-��'-  1  ���  ���  1  G. W. Rumberger i  ;! Real Estate  Adolphus Ferguson, who came into  the Boundary in 1896, died last Friday, r at Greenwood, aged 62 years.  The funeral was held the next day  > 'Martin Burrell, of Grand Forks, has  been appointed one of the judges of  the fruit display at the Provincial Fair  to be held at Victoria Sept. 27th to  ���Oct/ ist.  Sir   Thos.  Sbaughnessy, president  of the C P.R., is on  his way  to  Ihe  west, to inspect  the company's lines.  ,, - , It- is not unlikely that he will  visit  A benefit for Senator Hamden is be- Phoenix,  ing arranged at Grand Forks for to-      Ji.w. Monk, agent for the Hamilton  morrow.   He  was the original "pf?-"'J>0)Vder Co.,  was one ofthe  week's  visitors. ' His company is supplying  the black powder for the railway construction in this section.  ���-    ...u   "is., ipi iguuu . urn"  motor of the recent street fair, in that  city.  '   Pl  The Shay locomotive, No. 1901,  which was wrecked recently on the  Phoenix branch, is.being repaired at  frit* Vplenn   mftnU.'��n ���L         **      1       1%-.  Soundi a Llllle Wood-v.  Paul Kauffmann, formerly a music  teacher in   Phoenix,   but   latterly  of  Rossland, has decided to go   to   Valparaiso, Chili, whither his wife had already preceded him.    On the way he  took in the St. Louis Fair,   and   sent  the Pioneer the following  postal card  therefrom, which is printed on a  thin  I slab of basswood, and is unique in  its  way:  WORLD' FAIR.  w  ��� :���: and Mines        t  ent, Citv ProDertv fnr Qoi�� ir    -  '.Hornininii' Ave  Telephone N��. 28  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and 1  sold.    Information about Phoenix aud the I  Houndary country given on application.       j  Soa-vcecer Post Card From Foreit Park  Arrived safely.    Weather   like   the  is being again demonstrated this week, ���  there being about a, dozen patients . w- H- Barn bury, of Phoenix, has  there just now, all of whom are doing ^e.n 8^����;d a commissioner for  as well as could be expected. **��* affidativs in the supreme court  under the Provincial Elections Act in  .,.,,.   , ,beach���no need for palm fans���never  G. B. R..Kinney expects to leave for saw-dust so scarce.    Met friends from  college in about  two  weeks.    Those  Ash-tabula, Oak-lahoma, Long-branch  ��.n-ii   ...���-.-���        ��� n   h-m  anA \fon-Treeal.    Saw  the   beam-inp  of the Cherry Sisters from Cedar  Is, behind  the  Anheuser;Busch,  looking as willow-y as yew-usal.    Ex-  Good pointers are essential in any  business.. I would be pleased to give  you some good pointers on the good  qualmes of the Mutual Life of Canada,  iid. H. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  ���^Get a photo'; of the wrecked ore  train. G. R. B: Kihhey has some fine  ones at Black's Jewelry store. Also  some nice ones ofthe Shay engine and  crewjust before the.wreck occurred.   ._.....-.... t>pti-llUllS   J\<  the Grand Forks electoral district.  '��� Fi C. Gonnell, who has been here  since May, getting an insight into  practical mining, left for Kingston,  Ont., this week, where he will resume  his'course in the School of Mines.  F. L. Elkins, of Greenwood, repre-  ���nteg the New York Life, spent  last  , Sunday ,��� the city, t>Bonter, of  KossJand,, .representing..the    North  Amencan   Life,  was. also here   this  hibits here from pole to pole���from  Lim-eric to the Philip-pines���not a  s(h)ingle chestnut.  Feel full of sap���sleep like a log  and get chops, stakes, plank-ed bass  and limb-urger at lo(w)cust.  Come out of the tall timbers, pack  your trunk, board the train and leave  for St. Louis���you walnut be bamboozled.    Twig?  Vours truly,  Elm-Ira Woods,  Per Paul Kauffmann.  St. Louis, 10, '04.  Notice.  K#��:  "��  < J^!^ rat<? {ot,th* Spokane-Interstate Fair are more favorable this year  than for many years past.   The Great  Northern will not, however, be pre-  K*�� -e t? haul paaiengere < f���m  '   - vm-<*<- ;    '    ' ��� ��� '���  Joseph   Morton,   representing   the I  Vancouver World, was securing sub  saiptionsto that well known daily here'  this.week;forrwoor three 'days    He  states  that he Is having good ��  ("has. T. Mitchell, assistant assayer  at the Granby smelter, and Miss Annie  _Gautvoorti,:^of Amsterdam,' Holland,  were recently married in Philadelphia,  and hav��t. returned to the Boundary. .  , Mrs. r��arah ; Tufts has purchased  from George Hewson the residence  adjoining'-that of J. A. Morrin on  Brooklyn avenue, and later will fix' it  up.   TUe price was notmade public.  Safety first,' profit next, these factors  for thirty-four years have placed the.  Mutual Life of Canada as the-true .n.-.tn.,.!,.,  i-      i_   ,j    ,   /-, .    *������ ���       ,��������f,,��� 1 ue��uii.v,tneJ-ourtlidtt<r of October,  policy-holders Company to insure in, lsw.attiiehourofiu.j'Oo'ciuctinthofo-eiiooii  urh!P>rv��,unilr civincrc -ir��   cnfi>    1nH'  nm     for the purpose o/electiDIC (llri'Ot.l S��Il(l doing  wnereyour savings are sate ana pro-, other b;tl>i^en Whieh may be lawfully done at  ritable.   Get  Mortimer  to give   you anordinttTGeneral v����n.'��'"- ---  figures  "Like All The Old Fruit Fairs"  Eleventh Annual  Spokane  Interstate Pair  Spokane,October 3 to 9.  With Large Displavs in ail Department*.  igz,ooo- offered for Fiuit and Fruit Exhibits.  ., .Moie ih.in $30,000 in Pieniiums and Prizes.  Five or ',Mote Exciting Races Each Day.    $12,000 in    Purses.  Down Town CaiMvnl each nii>ht  Filth Regiment British Artillery Band.  Free High Class Vaudeville Attractions Daily.  Fine Mineial Display, Dog Show, Art Exhibit, etc.  Remembei���Low Rates and Special Excursions ��n  all   Railroads.  Concession Privileges for Sale.    Write for Premium List and Race  Progr.nn.  ROUT.  II. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.  Phoenix, B. C. ���  -    The BEST, Cheapest  U  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoer.ix.  m  Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it come  and examine goods: .  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc.,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices,     v      :  THOMAS BROWNy  m...   "p-rrlueivflv HARDV-McKHNZIE Ml IC.  wear exclusively. DOMiNio-v^rB., hioknix.  Men's  4r^^%^.%:^*;^^*^:  Tne Qraaby Coaulldaied Mialnc, Smelling &  Power Company, Limited.  Notice In hereby given tbnt tbe Fourth Ordinary General .VeetinK 0! the Gkanbv Cos-  soudatkd Min-ino, Smflti.no & I'on i:k Ion-  I'ANV, Limited, will bo held at Oi Cunnda I He  Bullillng, In the oily nf Montreal, Province of  Quebec, on Tue<day,tbe Fourth day of Cpctober,  1904, at the hour of lu.-J'Oo'ciuek in the fo-ennon  for the pumosfl o/AUpift��FF'.n- ��.. - -   ...  7W2t  'I hi>i <-borthand i" totally dillerent to others. 1  It takes weeks to learn In Instead of months,or  3ears. It uus inveiilel by practienl icporters  It Is reliable, thurniivli, nnd ma}- be read lUe  .print. The iirst three lesions enables you to  dike private notes and the ninth lesion brlnKs  you to correepondinR style, the ii th, the llnal  ltf��nn to rtportlnir A speelmen may |p�� seen  ot !hs Ph'Sniv Pioneer 011 appllra ion to the  manager, W 11. willcox. leisons ti-tight by  mall are <iuitc easy.  Typenritfiig- tnnglit by mail     We r-irivnrd you  essou slieetii ip, ii-rpi-h f-.fff ,i.�� ��� ^  j Perfect Simplicity,  Perfect Reliability  and Strength  Tbe  most searching investigation of  Waterman's  Ideal  Black's Hotel<   Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, II. C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  '' First-Class Dininjj Room in connection  Har Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  J  ���   ��� J':"' 'i'.T' ^"".f fuo*| ' Latterly several photographic travel  scnptionsto that well known1 daily here \h    ^ have^been doing �� busi-  this weekfnr hpv- - ��� ne�� {n fhe c.ty    Th.s  week 6Qne Qf  these was here, securing photographs  for the Lewis and Clark CenteniaJ exposition, to be held at Portland next  year. .;" > l  Don't-fool with your duty to your  famjly but see1 to it at once that IIZ  :3$�� h,w *��with the Mutua'  "te of Canada, where you eet ioo^-  on the dollar of the profits.   Ed. S  f timer, agent. ,; -       ' or-  ^Mrs.'PatricklHughes,'wife of the  SrX con?*c*w. went to Spokane  Thursday WIth her two year old son!  , who has been in the Phoenix Genera  .Hospital for several weeks, but is n0w  . -.much improved. "s now  1     n     1    t      ">��i,in. i>\ until     ��e ('/nvnnl yc  "    ' ' ri^fro7bePMmber^thtoOntober4ihl<ioi  R K maoa'dxay,  Secrelnrj  GREENWOOD  Telephone No. 26.  j' Church Services  J  ' Tomorrow.        j  tMaaamamamaaaammmm  ru      , ?���    Parker    returned ' from  Chewelah,   Wash.,  Sunday   eveJS?,  bringing with him a dozen fresh4 ����S wSt J��hn's Church of England. Rev.  anHfh,������,"���,      " *S,iV- J-   Wood,   Missionary!   Morning  Prayer, rr a.m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30  p.m.; Everyone cordially invited to attend any and all services.  (idle by iiiHtnlineiits Tyi��H-i itiiig J35, to, completion. Address, The.'-ecretnry, StudioM: Van- r  coiivcr. Granville MI, Hox .801. Victoria, over  ImpeiInl nmik, victorin, P. o. I\6x 176. ; Othc-  brnpehes throughout Canada will shortly be  opened.  Pett��*��  and thirtycalves.    He states that'the  crops this year ,V the Colville valley  are very poor, on account ofthe usually  dry season, some of them  hardly be  mg worth harvesting y  ',  Foulds Bros., the Greenwood rock  drillers, not only took ifirst -money at  \t 1 ifS':i ���'..      ..     , '      Sandon labor day celebration, but took'  , Mr. and Mi�� Libby the photo: a speC!-aI pri2e afterwards, which was  graphers are leaving on Monday the put^ for a ma(ch contcst against a  i9ri.forSheeplUkeonahun,ngand JickJ team from thh Slocan mines,  fishing rnp; they will be Absent about ^ ^ had ^ ,uck . ��� ^  two weeks, during which time their than\hev diti nt r,r^ *--> - '  'Stand here will be closed.  ,- Next week the railway contractors  will probably begin taking out ten  feet of rock on'the No. 4 tunnel grade  directly back ofthe Pioneer office, and  within 50 feet of this building. This  is getting pretty close to home.  ���f    1  Hodees. havinir ,'m^ ���..._l'i   ^     .   ���   VF..FVP     tU\.h.    JII   Ct  than they did at Grand Forks.  New Millinery Opening  Mrs. Almstrom  will  receive about  September 15th a full line of new  millinery.   The latest in ready to wear  and pattern hats.  Mrs. Albin Almstrom,   , ,u��uay with  Mr. .    F����r��. ������������������!��. 8��ort��w��  Hodges, having jit returned Sunday o,.Ts���^��M"a1d 2nd SST.TO  from a VlSlt to the St. LOUIS fair,      On "��  "Masler   Mechanic's" Tar Soap.    Albert  the return her two daughters were left T<"'et8<"p0��' Mfra   at the Brunot Hall school at Spokane. "^ Wfe aJ mmy  S. Bowel has been awarded the con- Last week Friday night a   serious  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. 111. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school ar.d Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. IV.  MacColl, li. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at ii a.m. and  7.30 p. m. at the new church, the  pastor pieaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m, A hearty in  vitation is extended to all, I). M.  Perley, B. A., pastor.  Catholic��� Mass will be held tomorrow at 10 a. m.; evening service at  7:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 2:3011.  m., standard time. Father J. P.  O'Neill, B.A.  'n&Us  EDUCATION.  Unroll non- for Booltkeepin?, .Shorthand and  Typett-ritiiijr:,; uradtintcs are in demand. Send  forcatalojjt.es. ^  Blair Business College,  SI'OKANH, WASH.  proves that it excels  in  quality of materials, perfection of workmanship  simplicity of >construction.    With no chance  for deterioration and no  valves   or   complicated  mechanism to get out of  order, it is the  PEN WITHOUT A PEER.  Nothing is stronger than  its weake.-t part.  I  Stationer.", etc.        Knob Hill Ave.  COMPAQ  JAMES McCREATH  JlOUNUAKV   AOKNTS   KOR  =Pabsfs Celebrated Beer -  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  Wholesale    WINES,   LIQUORS  a��d CIGARS.  Orders0*"1'' a,tenlion t0 Te'el'hone  Greenwood, B. C.  y" j'ROi'.  I Thomas Drug Co.  .Boundary Agents for-Columbia  Giaphophones.      A   full   line of  musical goods always  in  Try us by phone or mail.  I GRKKNWOOD. B. c.  (living up Marsh Block owing to  raise in rent.  Fnr   CoIa   Emire furnishings in  lUl   DdlC   the Marsh  ���eluding  block, in-  House-keep-  Ed. Black,  Watchmaker  and Jeweler,  mtfcT bTllKKT���N1SX.T KNOII 1111,1, IIOTKI..  lice Timepieces and Fine Fepnlrlng  of nil kinds.  Full slock of Tobaccos a..d Cigarii.  stock, >ng, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture  Come^iid see and pick  out 'bargains.  Granby Exchange  tmct for tbe building oiZ�����Z  tinMcHaleblock,tobe'?S  nt7  to   the Boyle block on!'S S  ZmT f0lk wi" commence nex  AConday, three cars of lumber be.W  ���expected tomorrow. ng  ~JLK ^no,unced.. that   Homer N.  v,   ...a...    m.    a^liuul  lire occurred at Midway, being discovered in the large store building of  James McNichol. This and the Midway Dispatch, owned by C. M.Crouse,  and another building were destroyed.  ,?   One building .was blown up with dyna-  ���  ~.,v.i.u  uim   Homer N.     . �� ,    . ������      ,        . .  Galen" formerly-assistant-' manager" of ^lte to arrest the flames'the on&m ?f  ithe Granby Co.k and now manager of wnicn >s as yet a mystery. ' Mr. Mc-  the tnte'rnatin'noi r���~\ ��� j ��� ���     -      xt--i  ..    ���  A pencil mark here gjep-  isa reminder that voursubscription tp) tin's paper is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate_vour  prompt attention.  Corn Plasters  You Are  spect our new arrivals in ;..  to come and in-  ^  m.  j   Mlu now man    f  thetnternational Coal and Coke'Co  iSNf A^rta, will  be marrS  on the 20th  mst.  to Miss  McLaren  daughter of John McLaren, of SS  Nichol had a large stock, his loss being about .$12,000, with about $5,000  insurance.  Remove Corns.     ��  BOYLE,  f  ���THE.-DRUGOIST. J  9  )-��-��-��-��h-��-��-��-��-n-��-��-  g^^^^-ason's p.ttenas in Neg-  Any  subscriber  to   the   Phoenix    There i�� wore Catarrh iatt  tv   j  * . .1.      \r     .      ,   t.      ������     country than all the other dlse  Pioiieer can get the Montreal Family and until the last fevrtwim  Herald and Weekly Star free for rest %%^3��&%Z��aZ*  of r.904 hy simply paying up his subscription or paying for a year in advance. \ This is an offer worth taking  advantage of���getting the best paper  in the Boundary and the best weekly  in the east at a low figure.   A $2 bill  will do the trick, and it can come by  either  mail,   telegram,   or' Marconi-  gram.  There Is more Catarrh in this section'of the  iiuitry than all the other diseases put together,  I   rid until the last few voire wan supposed to be  incurable.   For a great onuy rears doctors pronounced It a local disease and yrctt'ibed local  remedies, and by constantly failing to cure ivifli  local tmtsneut, prenouueed it incurable. Science  bas proven catarrh to be A constitutional disease  aud therefore requires constitutional treatment.  Mall's Catarrh Cure,  manufactured  by F. J  CHENEY St Co., Toledo.Ohio, in the only constitutional cure on (he market. It is taken internal-  iv in doses front 10 drops to a teaspoonful    Itacts  directly on (he blood and mucous surfaces ofthe  system.   They offer iioo for any cose it fails to  cure.   Beud for circulars and testimonials.  Address: V. J. CMENEV-& CO., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by drugijuits, 75s.  ,Take Hall's Pamily.HUs.fo.rconstipaUon.  We do the kind you want,  but which you rarely see ������  the kind that u. Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective.  This the only completely  equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix, B. C.  Watches,  Jewelry,  Repairing,  We can "Watch" you at almoat any  price, from the pood, everyday timepiece  to the expensive adjusted chronometer.  Our Jewelry and Cut Glass stock  will be found jiist what you desire to  make a selection from.  In reptiiiing ��e are prepared to take  erne of anything in this line.  Geo, E Dey,  ^^^^S^^^m^  A stylish line of Shirt Wakh ;�� ���,w      j    ,  stock of Ladles' and ^rt^^?AAM  e  9  0  9  - ���  ��  ��  mwIfSF  The Jeweler  Knob Hill Ave.  Do L��  a  c  ���  e  0  e  9  .���  0  o  o  0  ���*4  1  .  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