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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 24, 1904

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Array Boundary Mines Produced $10,000,000 in  value within four years  Vol., V.  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District!   '  ]\^^^1a\^ Phoenix is the Centre  SEP 271904  Victoria. ��:&  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1904.  maam^mmwBb^aim  IIS  Ladies' and  Children's  Mantles  12 different styles  '      in Military cut.  NEW FALLDRESS GOODS  Skirts, Waists,  Ties,  Ribbons,  Tarns,  Head Shawls  Trimmings, Corsets, etc.  1 Full Line of Gir le orsets  Give us a call and 'inspect these Gouds and you  will find them to be the latest and newest designs  that can be procured. i  No, 46  WHO CONTROLS  THE GRANBY  Forthcoming Meeting Will Tell  The Story.  year ending June 20j 1903. In that  year it made '12,551,758 pounds of  copper at a'ebst^bf about 10^65 cents  per pound. Trie- forthcoming report,  which should be issued next month,  is expected to show considerable improvement over the proceeding year."  J. J. HILL'S FRIENDS SEEM EVIDENT  Mr. Miner, According to Report, Will Nellre  tram Presidency ol Canada's Greater!  Copper Producer.  BANK MANAGER  HOOD MARRIED.  ATHLESTAN  IS WORKING  ���:��  ���lie ilunler=Kcndrich (o.,  I'MOKNIX.  GKKKNWOOD. GRAND FORKS.  Hardware Dept  'I he biggest stock of Wood   and  Coal  Heaters   in   the ��� Boundary���all   styles   and  prices.    We put all   stoves sold    up   free of  ...      charge.  Shot Guns and  Rifles . . :."'���������  For   the   Game   Season.  Guns to rent by day or week.  Sewing;  See our Cabinet Sewing Machines,  guaranteed in every particular. Price $50.00,  easy monthly payments.  Grocery Department  We are the Peoples' Grocers.  Everything that conies   from   this  , ���.    department is the best obtainable.  Fresh Fruits every day now.  . We. have arranged for regular shipments of  Fresh Eanch Eggs 50c a doz.  As the annual meeting of the Granby  Consolidated draws' near���October 4th  is the date and Montreal is the place  ���there seems to be considerable '^interest, both east and  west, as  to the  outcome of that   meeting.    Months  ago it wss stated that   James   J,   Hill  had control, and that General   Manager Graves would retire. " Mr. Graves  denied that he had sold  out.   Then  S. H. C. Miner,  the   president,  was  said to be the gentleman who was letting go, but when he ' was   in   British  Columbia last July he allowed a practical denial of the   soft   impeachment  to go forth.  Now the stories of Mr." Miner's retirement are repeated, and the eastern  press even quotes him���of course,  with greater or less accuracy��� as stating that he was practically out of the  Granby, and that friends of the Great  Northern had bought control.  One thing is certain, however, and  that is that the Granby mines in Phoenix will continue to ship'ore, and soon  oh an even larger scale: than in the  past, whether the C.P.R. or the Great  Northern does the ore 'hauling. We  give herewith-;two opinions ion the impending charge, 'as published in the  .east:--, ���--)."���: :-   '-������;  A    Boston   dispatch "says: "Stock  control of the Granby Consolidated of  British Columbia now rests with James  J. Hill and his   party,   although   Mr.  Hill does not personally appear as a  holder of the   stock.    The   property  was wrested from the   Canadian owners,   headed   by   President  S. H. C.  Miner, the wealthy  Canadian   rubber  shoe manufacturer, who is president of  the company..-;and is   responsible   not  only Tor the organization of the company, but for its successful career.   He  will retire at the next annual   meeting.  "The greater part of the   stock was  secured on the Boston market, through  local brokers, and  has sold down to  $2.50 on large operations   engineered  by the bears.    Hill was  the  principal  of the movement  to   secure   control,  and he has allies in the United  States  interests in the property���-W. H.  Nichols, Jacob   Langeloth,   John   Stanton and William A. Paine,   the   latter  the principal figure in copper.  "About 300,000 shares have been  transferred on the books of the company into the names-of three attorneys  who represent the Hill people. President Miner, who has devoted a great  portion of his time to the Granby, to  the detriment of his other business,  will make no contest at the annual  meeting and will not even solicit j  proxies.  The Boston Commercial Sept. 17th  says:  "Granby Consolidated is now understood to be controlled by interests  associated with the American Metal  company of New York. The recent  buying of the stock has been for them,  and not by J. J. Hill, though it is possible that the latter and his friends  may have joined the others in the  niovement to secure control and  bought some of the stock  "It i.s probable that the management  of the company will be changed. The  Granby owns one of the largest bodies  of low grade copper ore on the continent, which has been demonstrated  to have commercial value. It is at  present smelting 2,000 tons of ore  daily, and this amount may eventually  be doubled. Inside interests believe  that with competent and thoroughly  economical management the Granby  can be made a big earner of profits.  "The- low price of Granby Stock is  explained by the very large amount  outstanding, the total being 1,336,303  shares.' Therefore, at $3 per share,  the property is selling for about $4,-  000,000. The last annual report  issued by the company covered the  Happened at'Sherbrooke, Que-  j*c^|ept. 14th.  On the I4th||f��t., MissjClare Maud  Muriel Morkill.i'dnly daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Jamesi Kalshaw Morkill,  was  married to Mr. Alfred Bridport Hood,  of Phoenix,   acting   manager   of the  Eastern Townships   Bank   here,   the  ceremony taking-place at  Sherbrooke,  Que.' '       .;.; i.p   , ���  '    The Sherbrooke  Daily   Record of  that date states that  the  church   wjs  beautifully decorated, the color scheme  being yellow and'white, releived  with  the green of palinii; and  other foliage  plants.    The ceremony was performed  by the Rev. Canon Shreve, D. D., assisted by the   Rev.   Ethelbert   G. B.  Browne, M. A.7:7:  The bride, who'was.giveri away   by  her father, looked very lovely, in an exquisite gown of gleaming   pure   white  satin, with train, the  panels   outlined  with pearls.    The bodice had a yoke  of heavily embroidered chiffon, puffed  .sleeves of accordion   pleated' chiffon,  with tiny ruches caught   with   pearls,  while the bolero- front was nearly covered with garniture of pearl and faintly ondescent passementerie. She wore  a tulle veil and half coronet of orange  blossoms and carried a shower bouquet  of lilies of the valley.    The  maid of  honor was Miss Ruby  Hunt and the  bridesmaids,   Miss^ Morey  and  Miss  Edgell. ?-The best man was Mr G. D.  Hood, of Topeka, Kansas, the groom's  brother.  The groom's present to the bride  was an extremely beautiful sapphire  and diamond ring, and to the maid-of-  honpr, gold four-leaved clover pin, set  with pearls, and with two pearl drops.  The bridal presents "were of the  most elegant and valuable description.  Mr. and Mrs. Hood left by the  afternoon express for Montreal and  Toronto, spending a few days in each  city, thence to Banff Springs, where  they will stay a coupie: of weeks, and  through Arrowhead Lakes to Phoenix,  B. C. Mrs. Hood is a cousin of D.  B. and Allan Morkill, of Phoenix. The  bridal couple are expected to arrive in  Phoenix next week.  Resumed Operations Last Wed1  nesday.  Boundary Mining Notes  SUNSET HAS ALSO STARTED UP  Montreal 4 Boilon Smeller In Dc Blow* la  Next Week���lacrcaslot Activity at all  the Propertlci.  Pessimists   and doubters,  if there  were any such, can now  begin  to realize what the operations of tne  Montreal & Boston Co. mean to this camp,  and to the whole of the Boundary, for  that matter.   At this writing the company has development under way at  | six different mines, namely, the Brooklyn,   Stemwinder, /Lancashire    Lass,  Rawhide, Athlestan and  Sunset.    All  of these are in or near Phoeuix  with  the exception of the Sunset/which i.s  in Deadwood camp.  Following the visit of Manager Pem-  berton and A. A. Munroe, one of the  original promotors of fhe company,   to  Phoenix   this   week,   work  was    immediately resumed at the  Athlestan  mine in  Wellington  camp,   where a  force of ten men  is employed ��� under  Foreman Phil McCaskiil.. Yesterday  the 30 h. p.    boiler was  taken   from  the Stemwinder to the Athlestan,  so  that the water from the lower workings  of the latter could be pumped.      It is  expected  to  resume  shipments  from  the Athlestan next week at the rate of  about a car of ore  daily.,. The  value  in this ore is nearly all gold,  and  improves the quality of the matte.  -Dan .Rresnnhan has been placed- in  charge of the  work at  the   Rawhide,   ���������.��� was uon  where preparations are also being made Scott Galloway  With the City Council  At Wednesday's meeting of the city  council, in the absence of the mayor,  Alderman Marshall was chosen to preside, the others present being Aids.  Porter, Boyle and; Delahay. The  board of works  was  directed   to lay  to   start ore shipments as  soon   as  possible.  A force  of about   15   men started  work   this   week  at  the  Sunset,    in  Deadwood    camp,    where    foreman  Johns is in charge.  At  this  property  everything  is   in  readiness to ship, and this fluxing   ore  will also soon  be  going  down to  the  smelter at Boundary Falls.  Yesterday the work ol widening and  retimbering the main incline shaft at  the Brooklyn was completed, and today  the two ton skip will begin operations.  This property is now ready to take out  and ship ore in quantity. The pipe  line from the Granby mines which will  temporarily supply air for the Brooklyn drills, until the compressor is installed at the Brooklyn, is now about  ready also.  Work steadily progresses at the new-  gallows frame at the Stemwinder,  ad-  Reid Ramsay' has bonded the Tip  Top, near the Trilby, to J. C. Hass  and Randolph Stuart.  An option has been given ou the  Combination to .W. A. Harkin, who  recently went to the east.  Eight men are employed at the Lancaster Lass, in Summit camp, which  has been bonded from F. J. Hardy  and partner by the Montreal & Boston  Co.  A force of 75 men is now employed  by the Montreal and Boston Co. on  the several claims in an around this  camp. This number will shortly be  doubled or trebled.  Work on the Silver Cloud, in Skylark camp, is making that property  show up better each week. The owners  are now talking of rebonding the ,property to a syndicate of Chicago  people.  Alex Miller and F. H. Knight, of  Grand Forks, have bonded the Strath-  cona claim, riot far from Greenwood,  which was owned by C. S. Galloway,  and has had several thousands of  dollars worth of development done  thereon.  The ore dump of the Brooklyn  mine has been sold to the Montreal &  Boston Co. by the Dominion Copper  Co., but is to be delivered by the latter  company at the smelter. A start on  shipping the ore will be made without  delay.  The Great Northern 30 foot cut has  opened up an excellent body of ore on  the Oor Denoro, which is said to be  some..of the best ore yet found in the  property. Preparations are being, made  to resume shipments once more from  this property.  The Greenwood-Strathmore Mines,  Ltd., is being formed to operate the  Strathmore claim, near the Providence,  which was bonded last week  from  C.  ~ It will have 600,000  WILL SMELT  NEXT WEEK  Boundary   Falls  Works Are  Ready.  SHIPMENTS  WITHIN  A FEW   DAIS  Special Party of Montreal aatf Bostoa Dlrec-  tars Left New York For Phoeaht Yes*  tertlav Aflersooa���Arrive Aaoal Uih.   -  two inch plank on the bottom   of the     . .      ��� ���  flume bemg built over Twin creek.and Jom,nS the Brooklyn> and[*> .the shaft  the railway contractors, who have the  city streets all torn up, were again reminded that if the temporary sidewalk  was not laid on Dominion avenue���  and laid quickly���the city would have  it done at the railway's expense.  Regarding the claim of R. H. Kaia-  tofsky for $500 damages   for   closing 1  the alley behind his lot, which at is the | ����� iTuTlT^JT^'5 ^I  northwest corner of Knob Hill avenue  is large enough for the skip, it will not  have to be retimbered. Ore pockets,  or-' bins, etc., will follow in regular  order.  In the course of time, it is also expected that work will be done at the  Idaho, one of the Biooklyn group.  By the middle or end of next week,  twenty-five cent shares.    Smith Curtis  is interested.  Diamond drilling operations now  going on at the 30b foot level of the  Old Ironsides mine, are for the purpose of deciding the best point at  which to sink another 100 feet in  that property, which will be started in  a few months.  S. C. Holman, superintendent of  the Mother Lode mine, who has been  on a two months' trip, during which  he visited the Treadwell mine, Alaska,  Salt Lake City, Park City, Butte, the  St. Louis Fair and the far east, returned to the mine early this week  "We expect to start operations at  the Boundary Falls smelter of the  confpany next Tuesday or Wednesday," said Horace T. Pemberton, manager of the Montreal and Boston Co.,  to the Pioneer man yesterday. Mr.  Pemberton was accompanied by A. A.  Munroe of Montreal and New York,  who is largely interested in the company.  "After considerable preparation, as  you know," continued Mr. Pemberton,  "we are now about ready for the blowing of the first furnace, and the second  will follow in a short time.  Shipments  will be started   from   the   company's  mines in this camp in a   day or two,  and will be kept up steadily from the  several   properties.    We   have   been  going over  the  properties   with   Mr.  Collins, the superintendent,  and find  that things are in good shape for con  tinued operations at,all the properties.  We shall increase the' forces .employed  as fast as we can utilize the men to advantage."  Regarding the visit of the directors  of the company from New York, Mr.  Munroe said:  "The party left New York this afternoon in a private car, and will travel  direct to the Boundary, arriving here  on the 28th or 29th. There will be  twelve or fifteen in the party, including President Pope and Secretary-  Treasurer Loomis and others who are  interested. The gentlemen will make  a thorough inspection of the holdings  of the company, and will spend several  days in this section."  Mr. Munroe himself only arrived in  the Boundary this week, and will stay  until the special party has been   here.  and School street, the city solicitor was  instr ucted to write to the folic  itor of the Granby Co. and1 also to the  solicitor of the railway company.  The finance committee having  passed the following accounts, they  were orderd paid by the council:  Pioneer Pub. Co $ ro 50  Gutta Percha and Rubber M fg.  Co    307 06  Morrin, Thompson &Co....     77 65  C. P. Ry. Co     18 57  George Hefleck     35 00  John Mclntominey     28 00  G. E. Breaktnridge.........    31 50  William   Barnett. .., '52 50  Herbert Sexton     24 00  Narcisse Lemiux     42 00  will be blown in, and later a second  furnace. Fifteen or twenty men are  today busy getting ready for the beginning of operations. In addition to  ore from the company's own mines,  some custom ore will also be treated.  Grind Master Bowser Tonlcbt.  W. J. Bowser, K. C, of Vancouver,  grand master of the grand lodge A. F.  & A. M., is on an official tour through  the Kootenays, and is expected here  tonight when he will be recorded a reception by the brethren ol the order in  King Edward Lodge No. $6. The  grand master commenced his itinerary  at Wendermere and has visited Golden,  Revlstoke, Trout Lake, Sandon, Kaslo,  Nelson, Ymir, Trail, Rossland, and  was at Greenwood last night. On  Monday he will be at Grand Forks,  and will visit the lodges, at Cranbrook  Fort Steele, and Fernie.  W. H. Covert, of Grand  Forks,  shipping prunes to the Northwest.  Mrs. A. B. W. Hodges, wife of the  superintendent of the Granby Co.,  accompanied her husband to this camp  again this week, to escape the excessive  heat at Grand Forks....  Steve Swanson, foreman at the  Granby mines, moved his family this  week to the residence which has been  recently enlarged and improved near  the new compressor building.  Miss Struve's Fall Millinery Opening  will take place next Tuesday and Wednesday at her parlors in the Graves-  Williams block, First street. Ladies  are cordially invited to call and inspect.  200 or 300 views of Phoenix and  vicinity, including the recent train  wreck, to be sold six for $1.00 at  Black's Jeweler store. Mr. Kinney is  going away in about a week. First  come secure best choice.  P. T. McCallum, of Grand Forks  was elected president, and W. Power  secretary-treasurer of the Kettle River  Pioneers, at their semi-annual meeting and dinner, which was recently  enjoyed at Larson's hotel, Rock Creek.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Last   Saturday   the   C.  P.  R.    extra   rag.      Tliefollowingtablegivestlieore��hipmeutsorBouii<lary miues lor 1900. fori9oi, for  gang, un'' r Foreman McGrade, came !?eJ 1902. lor 1903, ����<i iw, ����� reported to the phoenix Piouetr���  Total. $627  32  Jas. Dewar, an experienced dry-  goods man from the coast, has joined  the local staff of the Hunter-Kendrick  Co.  ���'��� The C.P.R. is making a round trip  rate of $4.85 from Phoenix to the Nelson Fair, which takes place next  week.  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw Yobk���Copner. electrolytic, $12.-  75@$12.87^; lake, if 18.00  rfcir Silver. 37#  Lead, $4.26.  in in the boarding cars, to do some  levelling and ballasting on the Brooklyn and Stemwinder spurs, preparatory  to those mines making ore shipments.  Next Tuesday evening, September  29th, Snowshoe Lodge No. 46 I. O.O.  F., will give its third annual ball at  Miners' Union hall. The committee of  arrangements consists of J. A. Hanna,  W. Morrison, J. Mclver and W. McMillan.  Prof. Hepburn begs to announce  that his class and assemblies will be  held on Thursdays until further notice  (not on Saturday.) Mr. Mader, his  associate instructor will be in charge  next week, during Mr. Hepburn's absence in Nelson.  James Sproat, manager of the Cascade sub station here, left for the  east Wednesday, having resigned his  position. He will enter a medical  college, probably in St. Louis, and  complete his course, having alreudy  taken two years i  .Granby Mines, Phoenix  ���Snowshoe,' "  Brooklyn, "  Mother Lode, Deadwood  Sunset,  Summit   19,494  Morrison,  B. C. Mint,  K. Bell,  Emma, "  Senator "  Qro Denoro "  Brey Fogle  'So. 37  Mountain Ruse "  Reliance  Winnipeg,    Wellington.  Golden Crown,  Athelstan-Jack pot "  King .Solomon, \V.Copper  No. 7 Mine, Central    City of Paris,     "  Jewel, Long Lake  Carmi, West Fork  Providence,   Providence  Elkhorn   E. P. U and Goldfinch  Ruby.   Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous   Total, tons   Granby Smelter treated  1900      1901  64,533 231,762  297     1,731           150  5,340  99,034  802  1902  309,858  20,800  14L326  7,456  150  14,811  500  8,530  1903  393,718  71,212  13s!079  15.731  3,339  19,365  22,937  303  15.537  1904  400,070  Past  Week  11,370  132,730   :;,cie  1,076  2.250  1,200  160  1,040  '550  875  665  2,000  350  785  025  482  899  219  8,230  80  3,456  99,'J  400  107  26,368  1.756  14,630  222  529  MKI8  621  305  226  1,188  99.730 390.000  62,387 230.828  507.545 6S4,-HH  312,340 401,921  582 699  433.044  10,2401  11,622  Jig  iM  W*  m  i  In  1  m  ������ ���!*; f 1,  i  -if  m  ml  .'te.-.I-a'  v^mimimmb!?&mm*$^  2mrcK7*sp  JBBKSMS  �����T!?!MJ!P!!7��31t8��iS!3R ire? w* 55?.  *  >rjf,l  vM Jill  >& .2,1  ���'jj pi  ���p ih*i  i# < ii  i  j1  ��i  I*.  ���i-.fl"  teE teoMi: wbkB#'  ��� Wiipilfi Wi  ���cam  ������i  .i..  People Notice Minumnct  when they change from some ordinary tea to Blue Ribbon.  There's something about Blue Ribbon that no oilier tea  has. That ���'something" is just quality, piit there by methods of  blending the most perfect yet devised.  Try the RED LABEL and judge for yourself.  ���sts**:*  | Air Compressors    :  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  n  D. J. MATHESON,  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND  VANCOUVER, B.C.  OV%^%%VI4^^V%V%%t%%l��V%����%��^t%%%^%^^i'^^V>A'V%'^��%^%!  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Cuimulmioner for taking Affldarltt.  Phoenix, h. q,  F\. B. KERt\,  Barrister and Solicitor,  NOTARY PUBLiPii  -     PHOENIX, B.G.-  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal  Has Mr. Mlaer Sold Out?  The Toronto star publishes the following: (J  Montreal, Sept. 12.���S.H.C. Miner,  the organizer   and  president of the  O  B. C MINING  ISSUED ON SATDXDAVS BY TBI  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATraOENIX, B.C.  W.B. WILLCOX. Manaoch.      ���  T.i.nhnn.i i Business office No. 14.  The North Star mine, in Kust Koot  enay is again .shipping ore.  Hand drilling is again repl icing  machine work at the Vinir mine.  T  r Will �����a ���,k     -7     , '   /  .        J'owerful Pumps are being installed  J. J. Hill and other interests of tlie,,Mi���. c.    i?11���(1���u ,  />.,,.. .. .   . .       at tiie  St.   liugene  to  overcome  the  water famine.  Granby Co., on his arrival in the city  today, informed his friends that he had'  sold out his controlling interest in the  big mining and smelting company to  ���DISCKIPTIONS IN ADVANCB.  'trVeir $,.00  Six Months  i.jj  If you ire not a subscriber to this paper, this  Is an invitation to you to become one.  r I  ���i."   ��  Advertising rstes furnished on application,  thecal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  Great Northern railway of the United  States. The company, which is the  largest of its kind in British Columbia,  and has always been controlled by  Canadians, now passes under American control. The entire business of  the company, has, up. to the .present  lime, been handled by the C.P.R.  %S*^l^^^���^M ���  J        PROVINCIAL.        j  Sandon is evpected to be lively this  winter.   "  Beaton is rebuilding after the recent  disastrous fire.  Moyie has an aerie of Eagles with  50 members.  The Kaslo zinc plant by-law was  carried by a large majority,  1 1 1  Hon. Fred Fulton, provincial secretary, has returned from England.  Fernie has granted a ten year telephone franchise to D. V. Mott and A  J. Mott.  Kaslo and Rossland" have received  $15 per head for scholars attending  the public-schools from \outside the  municipal limits.  The Nelson Board of Trade is ^siting the Provincial Government to ar>  point Fire Wardens,'Vlook after the  protection of timber through't tht)  Kootenay districts, and to give them  The Japs have decided to starve out     ,  ---. 7 ,��� - 6��� ��.v..}  Port Arthur.  .This is a slow  but sure P��wfr t0 engage help for, hire at any!  way to reduce the Gibralter of the east. m0lj>ent deemed necessary. '  The Hunter V., near Vmir, continues to ship three cars or about So  tons of ore per day.  Fifteen men are employed at the  Molly Gibson mine, -which- will soon  rejoin the shipping list.  Iron deposits at Crawford Bay are I  being developed, especially the Mc-j  Millan-Robertson group.  The silver mill at Five Mile, Ferguson, -shipped a half ton of bullion to  the refinery on Thursday last.  Last week 6,200 tons of ore were  shipped from Rossland mines, making  a total of 25 r, 908 tons for the year.  At a depth of 26 feet in the shaft of  the Kamloops Coal Development Co.,  a foot of splendid bituminous has been  passed.  Two concentrators, at Sandon, have  had to close down on account of scarcity  of water, and more will follow if the  dry weather continues.  .'fhe Lucky Jim has shipped several  cars of zinc to the Kaslo sampler. After  bejng tested there it will be stored  away until a paying market is found  for it.  'lhe LeRoi N0.2 companyhas bonded the E'vening-Eureka group, of four  claims on Red Mountain near Rossland.    This is said to be  one  of the  �� �� CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  H E   (0  Q    RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., ltd  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  SHOES AND DIES  GEGKGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  ANi. HA I'M ROOM,  CSra'ves-Williaui* lllock.cor. ,.  First ai:1 Old IruiiHldcKAve   PHOENIX, U, {J  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  a. F.and a. M.   '.;;'  RckiiIki con-nimiiratfrii K ,,. ���,    ���,.   :  ond Thursday of each month     ���   "  Hall, Morr(sou.AiideriK>ii Hl���ck  g.w.k'umhkrukk,  ��� Secretary,  W.O.FRA8J.R  W.M.  DoYou  Take  THE PIONEER  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Eouhcfary, It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  Itfcosts only' $2.00.  PlIOKNIX Al klh;  NO. IStl.-  Attiiun, 011 VrMty'  *f ��30��'��'..4liiiti'i  Oiilm Hull.  ^VlallliiB   bi,i|llru  ClKlialt) iiiviu,!  Sick Headache.  "Fur several years my wife was  l rod bled with what physicians called  sick headache of a v��*ry 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 i.s rdal well," says Mr. Geo. E.  Wright of New London, New York.  For sale by all druggists'.'  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  If that Kansas rainmaker who offered to produce a shower for $500,  can deliver the goods, he can do several kinds of business in this sections just  now.  !  ' OLLA, PODRIDA.  From all the reports that are sent  out from the east, it begins to appear  that there will be some changes in the  Granby directorate when the annual  meeting is held next month.        ,     .  bestjundeveloped properties  in  Rossland camp." ,   ''  Special Excursion to World's  Fair.  Heart and Sword.  The scenic production of the romantic play, "Heart and Sword." in  which Mr. Harold 'Nelson is to be  seen here next month,   is   the   most  The Detroit Free   Press  says   the  nurseryman is a professional grafter.  *  The man who has no soul generally    ""���,      Ja      Lilt      I1IUS  elaborate with which his manager, Mr  C P. Walker, has yet equipped him.  Three very beautiful, yet distinctly  different scenes, are the Tapestry  Chamber at the Court of Sleinhausen,  The  Denver & Rio Grande, in ronner-  tirm with the Mfefrimi-i P.minY, will run  a seni'H of Personally Camlin-twl Kxcur-  sion= to-lhe W01 Id's Fair iinrimr June.  These excurpionp will run through to -'t.  Loins without, chungr of carp, making  short stops at principal nointn enroute.  The first ol'thete Excursions leaves Port-  land June 7th, and the second June 17.  ���The late from Spokane will he ?G0.00 to  St.   Louis   and   return.' - Kxciin-ioiiipfs  fining vis the Denver A Sio Grande have  the privilege of returning via a different  route    This   is the mo��t pleacant wav.  as well as the  most delightful  route to  cross the continent,   The stops arranged  give an opportunity of visiting the various points of interest in mid about Salt  Lake City, Denver and Kansas City.   If  you wish to accompany one of these ex-  riirsini.B write at once to W. C. McBiide,  12-1 Third street,  Portland,   for Die* ping  car reservations.  For All Purposes.  For inina 1-. iiinidi-iir outride t-ervice, foi  bigiriiiL' ItoaiN. for (���������iiriuc'nre.   Con-  -���.,..,. , ��� veniein to operate, ipiick iind |iowerful,  riiii K delivery, fully guaranteeu. any size, anv required tvpe, anv width of gaugp.  with or without, tenderu. ��� BUILT BY ���  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  These engines may be seen in eurvicdat the mines of (iranbv Co.. Phoenix, It. C.  KbilT. HOKKH.I, rwffMJ|UilL  Sccy  I. O. O. F.  S.VnU'SllOK I.ODGH NO.<t  MceU every M��,���|i,y Hv��.,i���g  ��t   i|,r<1,.  ,,,���  \ mlthiK lirtlhiM 11 conlially Invited.  Alcx.Mllkle. N,C<.  (iKO. R. Mna'd, krc.Scc'y.  Win. Uriahs)-, J��cr. Fill. Secy.  WOOOOOOO<>0<><>(>0<KK>0<H><>0<><?  You Should Read  ^OREGON  sh online  amd Union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST   VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Ptenn.Hhip M.-kets to Kuropeaiid other  loiciiin countries.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  I.CU1H  Daily  hpokane Time Schedule.  _Wlect|��e Nov. ]2 190,)  Arrive:  Ulily  The Leading' Weekly  . 0/ the Boundary.  Those C.P.R.- train robbers, at this  writing still persist in not being' found,  notwithstanding the many thousands  of dollars reward promised. Holdup  men are certainly a queer lot.  makes the most fuss about saving it. the grey old towers of Heineault   and      '^ deem 't niy dut>"t0 add a word  * '     the garden of the   Berry   Bush' Inn   ?!   P��!se- to    Chamberlain's    Colic,  ...L_. .,       . * lnn' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says  That railway commission held, several sessions in this province, and had  a lot of complaints laid before them in  more or less legal form.   It is a good  No man can be happy as the husband of a woman who is not happy as  his wife.   -  ��� ���  The difference between   "I wish I  could" and "I will" is the exact difference that exists  between failure'and  success.  A French paper of recent date ' has  an article which claims that fish , hfye  voices. The1-next time that yoti.gQ  fishing listen and   perhaps   you  ^rjll  Only Did ills Duly as He Saw It.  y duty to add  praise to    Chamberlain's    Colic,  given, if it is rendered at all   the rail- OVe;hfeariforne ��f ^e ^ g����ng away  wav. wm h. ������.. ,fc. " _'��iheJT   sec'ets ?b��u,1 f�����te bait that will '.be  wljere takes place a most exciting duel  The modern lighting equipment carried by the company and operated by  an expert electrician, enhances the  beauty of the stage settings. It is this  completeness of detail which helps to  distinguish.the productions directed by  Manager Walker from those ordinarily  seen here.  ways* will be none the worse off. They  have away of playing even, and eventually the consumer pays the difference.  If the reports that come down from  Dawson regarding the misrule,prevalent there are true���and many good Grits  vouch for them���it has the appearance  of another nail in the coffin of the  Liberal governmental Ottawa. Business  men, miners, mining men, etc., are  leaving   Dawson  in  great   numbers  owing  to the "untoward   conditions  existing there.  a tip worth having.  Dming the month of August .the  mines of Yale and Kootenay produced  100,000, tons of ore. The ��� Granby  mines in this camp sent out  nearly as much as all the rest of the  mines in the districts mentioned,  which means practically the producing  sections of British Columbia. And  yet, In a year or two, it is not unlikely  that-the tonnage of the Granby mines  will be doubled again.  The good people of Greenwood  justly feel elated at the impetus given  to high grade mining in and around  that town. Last week no less than  seven deals were made, meaning the  working of that many more properties.  Low grade mines are the backbone of  the Boundary���its mainstay through  many years���but the high grade mines  continue to become more and more  important. An inquiring investor can  *ow secure either kind in this section.  New Oro Beaoro Officers.  At the annual meeting of the Denoro Mines, Ltd., in Rossland, J. ��.' C.  Fraser, retiring president, stated during  thepast<year nearly 28,000 tons of ore  had, been shipped from the Oro Denoro  mine.   The liabilities incurred by the  old King Mining company, amounting  to nearly $28,000, had been wiped off,  and the mine had been equipped with  a seven-drill campressor and 'undergone much development work.   In addition  other  mining  apparatus had  been purchased.   -The��> company mas  free *f-liabilities, and had a substantial  cash balance on hand.  The-shareholders recommended to  the management to- examine other  properties arid take bonds where this  was'deemed advisable. This marks  the inauguration of a policy of gradually acquiring properties that will give  the quantity iind variety of ores that  may ultimately justify the erection of  smelting works.  The directors re-elected are Messrs.  Aulay Morrison, M.^i, New Westminster; J. A. L. McAlpine, M. D.,  Vancouver; Angus McNisb, Vanleek  Hill, Ont.; and C. R. Hamilton, Ross  Thompson, C. E. Gillan-and Smith  Curtis, all of Rossland.  B. C Day at Spokane Fair.  British Columbia day at the Spokane Interstate fair will be October 5.  The Uuion Jack will fly high and  everything British will be in ' evidence.  Big races will come off that day, $1200  purse for the Interstate Fair stake for  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 the flux (dysentery). You are at  liberty to use this testimonial as you  please." For sale by all druggists.  2:1  pacers Many entries already are  in for this race and all the sports will  be great.  People living in lhe towns along the  Spokane Falls & Northern railroad will  be able to go to Spokane Tuesday,  October 4, on a round trip ticket which  will cost just what a one-way ticket  costs any other time. That is, on. that  day a person can buy a ticket for half  fare, good to return the iotb or any  day prior thereto. The Spokane Interstate Fair opens October 3 and closes  October 9.  Heart Palpitation 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 Nerviline on hand,  Which is a treasure for all sorts of  pains and aches. Nerviline cures  headache, stomach and bowel troubles  quickly.   Costs 25c for a large bottle..  Hospital Donations  L>t of Donations received  euire Jan.  1st, 1904, to the Phoenix General Hospital:  Cjsh Jtoo '"lenient S. Houghton. Boston  Cos 1 Jsoo A j,-r|end  Cnsli$5.co A Krlend  Mse. $'3 00 A Hr end  Cash Js.oo j. j. strutzel  Vracmre lied and Funilture,vnlue $60...A Friend  C'isli J50 T. Katon & Co., Toronto  f-'��ei> Mrs. I flrawfor.  Chinawnre , Mlisea Crawford  J;* ,' *?5 Cunadinii Hand Drill Co  Cnsh Jso Hospital staff  Landscape (Jarden Mr��. k   B. Kerr  }4 C'ralO StrawbarriOH j. jr   i-o era  ���j>'r"li- v A friend  C"1' Js-oo ��� m. Mulllii  Muh $3 00        A Kriend  1 dor. lied Spreads _,..,       ^ friend  I'air (:riitohcs .George Chaplain  iirniiite 1 ea I'ot Morrin, Thompson & Co.  Magazine* \v. 8. Macy  Vegetable* - Mr��. J. K. Mills  Male otrawDernea Mr* W   S. >acy  l'n��h J1.00 per month V. & JJ.Telephone Co.  f.ratcHtrawberries Mr. W.S. Mucy  Cn��h, J60.00 Bachelors Dance  ii��h. fc.oo , R0bt Horrell  Jar Strawberry Jam Mrs. Wm. Fraser  i C neon Crab Apples VV a. Manv  cash 10.00 .'..:. :::::." :::::::...:.v.AKrtfn5  Published in the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  In 1903  7.��ia.m. VAST MAII.-T.. .ml r,0��':  Coeur d'Alenedliilrict, Kami,  ington Garfield < olfax. Pullman, '.Moscow, ���ponieroy,  Ws Jibing, Dayton. Wall a  1:30 P. m. KXPKlks-HivT'arinhig-toV; *���� P-  fcnrfieW, Colhii,   Pullman,  Mo��conr,J.eW|,t011| Portland  Sa:i l-randsco. Maker City  Ky",7?s~��/roiii all point.  Kuit, linker City. San Fr,,,-  cnco, Portland, Colfa*. Oar-  ���KxccptsS;." F*"��'��8<��''--...~<M��..�� .  SHOUT f.LVK TO CALIFORNIA.  S��n FiBiieisco-I'ortlnnd Route.  ��lYfi"T?,!!?!-���01!! Ai,"��*��r��' doer, Portland,  el-no ai 10 a. m. every file days." .  Tickets on sale at all S.P & N. Station..  For fnrtlier iiifoimalloii a. to rates, time ol  trams, equipment, etc., address ���   "  GKO. J���MOHi.KK.GeiieralAge.it.  Klverside Ave., Spokane. Wa.h  the entire Uouudaiy shipped 680,000 tons of ote,  nearly every ton of which was teduced by    ���  BOUNDARY SMELTERS  Phoenix ramp alone shipped ^30,000 tons of o,e  last year.  The Pioneer is published eveiy Satuiday and  and is sent to any part of Cati.ida or the United  States for  m  $2.00  per year���or the lest of the world for $3.00  per  year.    It gives the  %'  Latest and Host  Spokane Falls  &  NotthemRy*  The only all rail route he'tween points  enstwe^ ami south to Rowland. Nel-  eon   irni)d K.rks hh.I Republic.  Bullet curs run hot ween Spokane and  iMirlhport. ���������������'..  KFFKCTIVH JUNK M. ,-,,;  Leave. .    .  ��� KepiiMIc ���~Y,.v...6:is p. w.  I.*ii. in....  Save Time ail the time  hY USING  ttak SOAP heals ami sofieiii the ��kS. while  Reliable News  of Boundary Minns and Smelters.     It is fearless  and independent, and aims to he  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin a: any time  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  SeU��^?.iSryMi".l,*r?!.c.laIm"' Bit,,ote '��' ��><=  TOie����S��S5 ?"��'"* Drivsi<��>of Yalt District.  Where located, iu I.ong Lake camp  Take notice that I, Albert li.  Ashcroll    act-  JiJ? .Miner's Certificate No. B8? 647. intend  sixty days from the date Iiuecf, to apply!" th  S5rnRre^rder for a Certificate o^lmprove  uZSf'Jrl, H PurI��se of ohtaiiing a Crow,  Orant of tfaeabove claim.      .  tt^,"�� ���li!!?,c!;ta,:c "oiux thM <lcl'-<:a. "����ler sec  ISihisSfK^ S��r'r"neu<:t'd before ��he��l">��nce c  auonteitificateof Improvements.  Pated this ijth day or August, igo^,  AJ^KJIT a. ABJJCROFT, P. *,, S.  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 -,ve print for you ?  Address with check  [ PIONEER PUBUSHfNG^  PHOENIX, B. C.  3<HHHKK>(XKrO<rO(H>00<K>^  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Pfjowl* " H. C,  Grand Porks,  Phoenix  <Qnd Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J.F.ROVKR.      :      :       .       :      Proprietor  Beginning Tune 1st, leave (Jreenwood at 6 a.m  and Plioenlx at 7.joa,m ; arrive at Grand Fork'  10:30a. ra.,leave Grand Forksms p. m.,arrivinp  at PJiocnix 7 p. m., and Greenwood at 8. p. m  Connects both ways with Great Northern trains  Fare���Grand Forks to Phoenix, p 5o; Phoauiji  toC-reenwooU,5oc; Greenwood to Phoenix, Ji.ot  GreewoodtoCian.d.Fl>rki, $j. Office iu Green  wood, Ht. Northern Telegraph office. In Plioe  ni?, McRae Bros. & Smith. In Grand ForLv  Gt. Norther offices, For esspreu rates, nauire  st either ofice. /  11HACAULAT  cmr SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  *  <s��#j��        PHOENIX, B G.  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  St. Paui, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.    7  Palace ami Tourist Sleeper*; BoAtl  Library Carp, Modern (Iny Coaches, Dining Cats, Meals a La Carte.  Best Meats on Wheels.  2 Fast ^ratos~Daily 2  EAST AND WESf. ^  Special Excursion Rale*-to  WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS.  Your choice of route.  . For rates and folders and full information reKardiiie trips call on or address  any agent of the S, F. & "N. Railway or  H'��-JA?Kr"��"> H.Brandt,  fa. l.&P.A., C. P.&T. A.,  Spokane. 7(tt W. Riverside,  Wash. Bpokane. Wn.  \f  It Will be to Your Interest  If, you contemplate vioiumf tfoe S��.  Jx)uis Lxposition, touecur* relinble iit-  rornmtton a�� to railroad service, the lowest ratea and best rowtee. AIoo as te��  local conditions in St. louic^ hotels, etc.  If_ you will write the undersigned,  stating; what mformatton you desire, tho  same vvill he projnptlv furnished. If w��  do not have i�� on hand, will secure it for  you if possible, nnd without iiiny expense  to you.   A'ldress "  B. H. TRUMBULL,  ..~ ���9��1I,mn,8rclBl Aifent,  142 Third 8t.,Port|.ind, Oro.  l>   I   ,  '. . II ���  *  l' ���  ���  ���   ilti  t .  -.,���*'.  '���' -A' t  'Ar.'..'. ���' ..,���  ��  i.-i  r a  W I  i y  ti i  '���v.  ������*Ui  ���fev,. "'  ������'    .1'"  ',*/*  yi-  7X ���>    .' /-.  '-|-r-V> -l-.l" !  ������i.-'h;  .l_-'tl_L__V  :<n"  r-'-^r'T-lrir���T,,TBr-.  \      I  r  j  ���<L   .-srs  ' *Wzrrt i'���sr - -<wt  f I] h<c*WKk< *m*m��Ml* Mtm��  t&H pBdrnix honbeM  m Gait Coal      ! Hay, G*aln,  delivered to any part of  (he city.  Oats, Wheat, Feed,etc.  Large stock.  *#       Good D*y Wood.       <#  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,       o;'M^e"        Phoenix, B. C.   :  100,000 TONS  FOR AUGUST  A PASTOR'S WIFE  cured or  PCLVJC CATARRH  veryb ody remember that  asy their minds will be if they  arn money and deposit it with the  MI MM MI where it will  arn interest at 3.     Rate paid by  very leading Bank in Canada.  stab"'ished 1859.    '  Record of the Yale-Kootenay  Mines.  GRANBY SHIPPED NEARLY  ONE-HALF  Larje Increase |p Tonnije Over Last Year-  List of: ihe Properties Thai Seal Out  Ore. '  For the month of August, the ore  shipments from the mines operating in  Kootenay and Yale, shipping to smelters in British Columbia, totalled too,  378 tons, as compared with 89,687  tons in August, "1903, arid: 74,026 in  July this year, according to the Nelson  Tribune.    The following is the list  of  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. 7   0l  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada^.  ']  , A Standard Visible Writer.  which jjives Pcifect Work in tliefdiortet-t  time with the greatest ease r;f Operation;'  Write forCataloK--.c. <  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  the shippers and th^ 1 mount  of  respective shipments:'.'''.'  Arlington, Erie, to Nelion....  Black' Prince, Slocan City, to-  :;   Nelson..... .7...... 7.  Black  Prince, Slocan   district, ',  to. Nelson .......(..,....  B. C   Mine, Eholt, to Green  ���'���'���. wood ', -... 7.;..; ���.������'.;.���;���. 77'.'  Comstock, Silverton, to Nelson  Cliff, Rossland, to Grand Forks  Cliff, Rossland, to Trail,."....  Centre Star, Rossland, to Trail'  to  the  102  '   ' V  '���:'...73  20  559  V91  7,620  to 1  to  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������!>������������*������������������������������������������������������  l>. Buriis is G6.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  t  �� .  c  *  ��  IIEAII.OFFICE FOK HOUNOAKY CUEEK, GREENWOOD, B. C.  IIEAOQUARIEKS, NELSON, 1!. C.  .-..'.������ Wholesale and Detail Neat Merchants, i  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Yrriir.' Saliiio, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON. ���  ������������������������������������������������������������������������a*������������������������������������������������������������������������������  All orders receive prompt attention.  Phoenix Stage  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix  Arrive        "  -    DAILY.    - '."*-..  at 10 a. in. 7   Arrive Greenwood at 11 a.  4.30 p. 111.    Leave " 3 p.  111.  in.  \##a        JOHN WALTERS, Prop.  101  124  80  7,282  2|043  20  48,990  24  242  1890  (446  1  124  95  60  1,716  20  ���96.  7 '56  28  '.637  .23'  ��,387  COPPER  The new edition of the COPPER HANDBOOK Hats and describes 3,311 copper mines and copper minini: companies, in all pints of the world, covering the  ulolie, these descriptions radtriiijr from'two' lines to 12 pages in length, according to  importance of th<; mines. The descriptions are not padded, hut givo facts in the  most condensed and get-at-alilc. form. c  There aie also iKteen niiecelhineous chapters, devoted to the History, Uses,  Teimiiiolojiv, Gcotrmphy, Geolocy, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  mid .Stntistic.a of Copper, 'rendering the volume a veritahle encyclopedia of the subjectof Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  It is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  Every Miner, Prospector, 111 wstor, Banker, and Broker needs the book. Price  isf,.r>in Buckram 'binding 'with gilt top, or $7.50 in full library morrocco, and the  lunik, in either binding, will hesent, fully prepaid, on approval, to anv address in  thewoild, in lie paid for it' round satisfactory, or may returned within a week01 re'  cciptan.l thecharge   cancelled.    Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  ���enthyeou PHOENIX.' PIONEER  And Boandaty Mining Joarnal,  Vou'll have no trouble in keeping posted on B undary Mining Matters.  Simply send a $2 bill for year's trial  to Pioneer Pub. Co., Phoenix, B. C  Copper   Key,   ' Republic,  Grand Forks.1.....   .  Copper    King,   Republic,  ���7''. Grand Forks....,.,..  Enterprise,   Slocan   Like,  '; Trail...... '���'..'. ..7......  Emma, Eholt,, to 'Greenwood'..  Emma, Eholt, to; Nelson.'; 7:.  Elkhorn, Greenwood,   to 'Frail  Granby, Phoepix,; to Grand....  'Forks ... ' ,......... 7.  Gehv, Summit,- to Greenwood.7  .Highland, Ainsworth, to Nelson  Hunter V., Ymir to Nelson.'.'.  Hunter V., Ymir ,to Trail:...  Highland Light; to Nelson.....  Idaho, Alamo, to Trail, .w - ��� ���  Ivanhoe, Sandon, to Trail:. 7.  Ivanhoe,   Sandon,     to     Iola,  Kansas (zinc).......   ...  Jumbo, Rossland, to Trail....  Keystone, Erie, to Nelson.. ...  Knob Hill, Republic, to Grand  7   Forks....; ... j.....; ..  Lead King, to Greenwood....  LeRoi No. 2, to Grand forks.'.  LeRoi N0.2, to Greenwood....  Minnehaha, Republic, to Grand  Forks.' .. J.........7..  Mountain  Lion,   Republic ; to  Grand Forks...........  Mother Lode,    Deadwood,   to   ,  Greenwood.'.'.'.......... 15,030  Mountain Con, Sandon, to Trail 61  Molly Hughes, New Denver, ��o ���.  Nelson         20  Neepawa,     Slocan    City,     to  '7:   Nelson.7. .-������ . 7.7 "."..'..': :       20  Oro Denoro, Eholt, to Grand  Forks :..-..'    J 501  Ottawa, Slocan City, to Nelson 226  Providence,     Greenwood,     to  Trail ......   .. .7   .���'.-. 7.      101  Payne, Sandon, to Trail        199  Payne, Sandon, to Nelson         30  Payne, Sandon, to Antwerp.... 195  Paradise, Windermere, to Trail 61  Queen, Sal mo, to Nelsom... 20  Rossland Power Co., to Trail..      270  Relief, Erie, to Trail         45  Rambler, McGnigan, to Nelson 61  Ruth, Sandon, to Nelson..... 46  Silver  Bell,.  Three   Forks,   to  Nelson....:.   ......... 20  Slocan Star, Sandon, to Trail..      346  Spitzee, Rossland, to Trail....       150  St. Eugene, Moyie, to Nelson.      530  St. Eugene, Moyie,'to Trail...      292  St. Eugene, Moyie, to Antwerp      443  Silver King, Nelson, to Trail..        99  Silver Cup, Lardeau, to Trail.. 21  Triune, Lardeau, to Trail.....        60  Wakefield, Silverton, to Nelson      102  Wilcox, Ymir, to Nelson.         20  War Eagle, Rossland, to Trail 5,640  Ymir, Ymir, to Trail...... ���...  :   265  She Suffered for Years and  Felt Her Case Was Hopeless���Cured by  '  Pe-ru-na,  MRS. ANNA B.PLEHABTY, recent  Superintendent of theW. C.T.U.  headquarters, at Galeaburg, 111., was  for ten years one of the leading women  there. Her husband, when living, was  first President of,the Nebraska Wes  leyan University, *t Lincoln, Neb.  In ��� letter written from 401 Sixty-  seventh street, W., Chicago, 111., Mrs.  Pleharty says the following in regard  ���0 Peruna:  "Having lived a very active life as  vlfe and working partner of a busy  ninlster, my health failed me a few  ,-ears ago. 1 lost my husband about tho  ame time, and gradually I seemed to  oso health and spirit. My daughter is  ; confirmed invalid,, and we both felt  creat need of an invigorator.  "Oho of my neighbors advised  ne to try Peruna. A bottle was  Immediately secured and a great  change took place in my daughter's  as well as In my own health. Our  appetites improved very greatly,  the digestion seemed much helped,  and restful steep soon improved  us, so that we seemed like new  women.  "I would not be without Peruna  for ten times its cost "���Mrs. Anna  B. Fleharty.  What used to be called female diseases  by the medical profession is now called  ,>elvie catarrh. It has been found by  jxporience that catarrhal diseases of the  iclvlc organs are the cause of most cases  ;. f female diseases. 7" ;v  Dr. Hartman was among the first of  merica's great physicians to make thi3  Iscovery.  Tor forty years ho has been  routing diseases peculiar to women, and  ong ..go ho reached tho conclusion that  7 woman entirely free from catn.rrhr.1  ���.fteetlon of theso organs would not be  mbjeel to female disease.  Ho therefore  (ujjan using Peruna for these cases and  ..'bundIt so admirably adapted to their  ���ermanent cure thatl'eruna has now  ici'orao  the  most famous  remedy for  .(.-male diseases  ever   l:nov,-n. ��� nvory-  where the women are using it and prais;-  ::ig it.   Peruna is not a palliative' simply, it euros by remoyins the caujo of  female disease. ;  Ur. I Tar (.man has probably enrod more  women of femalo ailments than any  oiIut Ih-inrr pbyBlcian.  Ho makes these  cures simply by using and recomsner..'.-  ing Peruna,  Mrs. Esther M. Milnor, DeGrelT, Oh: a,  writes:  " 1 was a terribifo BafTcrcr front i'cr.-.r.Io  weakness and hail tho Jiecclacho co::'.::1.-  n'ously. I was not cblo to c".6 my. housework for myself acd husbcud. I v,-rc*.o  you cr.d described ir.y condition tz nc^r  as possible. Tou recommenced Peruna.  I took four bottles and waa completely  cured. I think Peruna a wonderful  mec'lclno."���:.:rn, Esther-I.I. >rilncr.r  ;  Cor.r;reEs:r.r.n Thad. II. Hahonj- of  Charribersbnrc, To., v/ritcs: '���''. ���.".- 7;  "/ izhc plcczcro i:i cohimend!r::r  your Peruna cz a substantial tonic  and a "good' ccizrrk, reir.cdy."���  T. Al.'Alzliot:.;- "���". ' V. 7 ;7:, " 77'  . If you c".o r.ot rccelvb prompt and citb-  factory rcciilij f:-o::i tho use of Peruna,  writor.tosico (o Er. Hartman, giving a  fullstateincr.tof your case aad ho -w ��11  boplcaced (_> 'j'.vu you Iii3 valuable advice gratis.  Address I):-. Hartman, President of  Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus.  Ohio.  The Germs of Catarrh  Not only attack the passages of the  head and throat but finally reach the  lungs and cause consumption. Nothing  destroys catarrh so quickly as fragrant  healing Catarrhozone which relieves^  the cough, stops the discharge, takes  all soreness from the throat. "I consider Catarrhozone has no equal as a  cure for catarrh and lung trouble,1'  writes Jas. E. Wethereli 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  $1.00; trial size 25c.  Demand for Copper,  There has been a large increase in  the production of copper in recent  years, but authorities .maintain that the  consumption has gained proportionately  as much. Copper has certainly been  used in various directions to replace  other metals, while the industries that  have always been consumers of copper  have expanded along with all others.  There is no reason to believe that the  same will not be true of the future,  but on the other hand, and it may be  taken for granted, that a revival in the  iron and steel industries will also  witness a larger demand for copper  and that higher prices will be realized  for the metal. .��� Chicago Mining  World.  The  Luxury  of a  BATH...  and Hot Wafer in 90 Seconds,  IN   REACH   OF   EVERVONE.  See the wonderful YOHO WATER  HEATER, the latest invention, at  Htmter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Sole Agents for Phoenix.  Nelson  ...Fair  ���o��Q��0��*����eo*��ae*s��s*o**e*  d!en Tana Collie  THE   HOME  Of  -Class  la Praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrehea Remedy.  "Allow me to give you a few words  inpraiseofChaniberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea remedy," says Mr. John  Hamlett, of Eagle Pass, Texas. "I  suffered one week with bowel trouble  and took all kinds of medicine without  getting any relief, when my friend, Mr.  C. [ohnston, a merchant here, advised  me to take this remedy, After taking  one dose T felt greatly relieved and  when I had taken the third dose was  entirely cured. I thank you Irom the  bottom of my heart for putting this  emedy in the hands of mankind." For  We make a specialty'of breeding the  best working   strains;  for  sheep-men  sale by all druggists  and sell   at  reasonable  prices.    Our  Collies 'give satisfaction to flockmasiers  everywheie.    Write us your wants.  Thos. S. Griffith,  P. 0. Box 11)07. Spokane, Wash.  oo9oa>o9O9fiease$se9oao0o9&0  JOB PRINTING,  .     JOB PRINTING,  |OP PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pioneer Pub. Co.,   - Phoenix, B.C.  Total ........100,368  Of the above, 1,949 tons wer; from  mines at Republic, Washington, shipped to the smelter at Grand Fork. But  there are comparisons that can be  made which signify, more than the increase in ore tonnage over August of  last year. The shipments of copper  matte for August were 252 tons, against  195 in August, 1903; the shipments of  lead bullion were 1,536 tons, against  712; and the shipments of pig lead  were 360 tons, as against none in  August, 1903.  These figures show that the ore  mined in this part of British Columbia  is being made into commodities at  works right here on the ground, and  not at works in foreign countries.  0. R. & N. Summer Book.  The handsome 1904 summer book  "Restful Recreation resorts," issued by  the passenger department of the Oregon  Railroad and Navagation Company is  just out. It tells all about the summering places of the Columbia river  Valley���a brief description of the trips  up and down the Columbia river, to  the mountains, beaches, inland resorts  and fountains of healing whtire they  are and how to reach them. The book  has a special designed front cover,  printed in two colors, and the inside  pages are splendidly illustrated by  costly and beautiful half-tones. A copy  of this publication may he obtained by  sending two cents in stanps to A. L.  Craig, General Passenger Agent of the  Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, Portland.  Youdj Ladles, Read This.  If you are bothered with pimples,  rashes or ugly blotches on your face  if your complexion is sallow, it's  an evidence that you require Ferrozone  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.  Lateit Mining  Slock Quotations,  ASKKI)  America 11 Roy  :\i  Hen Ilur  JK  Blncfc Tail  $  Canadian Uold Viclds  W  Caritxio, Camp McK (ex-div.)  2  Center Star  =1  Denoro Mines ���   Katrvieie  3  Kisher Maiden ��� 3  liiant   3  Granby Consolidated  $4 25  International Coal  5" ,  MornlnpOlory   'h  Mountain I.ion  10  North Star, (E.K.)  5  Payne  >"  Qiiilp  ��  Rambler-Cariboo    ���  ai  San Poil  ��?��  Sullivan  n  Tom Tliuni!'         J  War Eagle Consolidated  12  Waterloo (Ass Paid)         Wx  White Bear  iVt  ti 50  9  354  s  -1*  9  .   Second Annual Exhibition of the  NELSON    AGRICULTURAL and  INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION  SEPT. 28 & 29  1  NEW BUILDINGS,  FINE GROUNDS,  BIG PREMIUM LIST,  NOVEL  OPEN   AIR   ATTRACTIONS.:'  Write for Prize List.  J.E.  j)    \J\Aj\)  NELSON.  B. C.  THE MILWAUKEE  Phoenix Livery Stable  Matheson & MatEeson, Props.  Everything New  CARRIAGES    AND   OTHER   RIGS    ���  HORSES AND SADDLES.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  tH. A. Munro  Contractor and Builder.  0000  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  1 Full Line of Hard Woods.   Shop on Dominion Avenue   The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  Tnrough Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springe, Leadville, Pneblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Daylight Mde Through Nature's Art Gallery  Pawing Castle Gale, Canon of The Grand, TenneeBee Pass,  Marshal PasB and the Royal Gorge.   ^\ Fast 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, addrecs  W. C. MeBRIDK, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  year    Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  ���������_   /Including Handsome Portrait"^  yaai.    ^ofKing Edward, 17m inches./   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year -   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Stat,  both one  year    Subscriptions received to all Magazines and  eala at publishers lowest rates.  Periodi-  Send ail subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOEMX,B. C  <H  \J a a ��  SANITARIUM, Arrow Like, B.C. jR  ���___ The most pel feety appoint ���      c   th ,  and I'leasiire Kesorl in  the West, with  a !  plelesystcm of Itaths���iiicliidim; Turkish an I ;  Itusslaii. Open the year round. The curative i  properties of its waters arc tiiieqiuiled. |  Vor Curing all Rheumatic. Nervoiu and Mils-:  enlarTrouhlcs. .  Koi Ileallnc all  Kidney,  I.ner and Stomach i  ailments.  For Kliminatingnll Metallitl'oisans Iron, th.-  System |  The Rrandeur  of  the scenery   is  titirivaled,  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls  ���  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting,   excursion  teuuls.    Its winter climate is unsurpassed tcr  .  outdid**.  A familiar name for the Chieugo, Milwaukee it St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Hallway  running: the "Pioneer himiled" trains  every day and night, between St.. Paul  and Cliieimo, and Oinnhti ami Chicaijn,  "The only perfect trains in the worl I."  Understand: Connection* are made  with All Transi'ontinental lines, assuring lo passengers the hest serviee known.  Luxurious couches, electric lights, steam  heat, of a verity equaled hy no other  line.  See that your ticket, reads via ''The  Milwanki'f" when poind to any point in  the United Stntes orCiiiiada. Ail ticket  Httents sell iIii-iii.  For rates, pamphlets ��' other pii.formation, address.  I., l-'oun, II. S. Uowk,  Trnv. I'ass. Agt., Ocneral Ageil ,  SIVlKAS'K. WN. !*'�� >��� n.lSll.OX  Not the Sl/ghlest Danger.  In usint; Dr. Hamilton's Pills of  Mandrake and Butternut for constipation or piles. Highly recommended  because they cause no gripping pains.  For prompt and certain cure use only  Dr  Hamilton's Pills.    Price 25c.  ��  0  DRINK  emx  Made from the BEST MALT and PURIiST  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having it.  I   PHOENIX BREWERY,  1  e  0  ��  ;  J. MUELLER, Proprietor. ���  St-woard Avk. and Banner St. :-: I'HOKNIX,  B.C.     9  ... ��  -���-<���-��>-o  Practical Horseshoeing, Blacksmlthing, ���  Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C. e  e  o  e  eeeceoeoeeeeetiisoooesaseeoo  General Painting' and  . . Siga Writing  Greenwood, B. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  eiioentx Sort l.    ' i'hone <,;,,  We make good  bread,       Pry it.  .C. W. GREER, PROPRitTOR.  ���f S  Ut  4"  'ti  i\  maiBMftMfetiimiaam rag PHOENIX HONEER  g^7tpg|;  ^rJvKKfV  wmm.  m  mz  K��5-  In and Around Phoenix  ^ BRIEF TOPICS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL  INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS. ���*���'  rQ'  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Oct ioth  to 14th.  Miss Grace Bonner gave an entertainment in Miners' Union hall Thursday evening.  Prof. Hepburn gave a complimentary  dance to his pupils at   Hardy  hall  1    Thursday evening.  Lake D. Wolford and W. E. Nelson, mining men of Spokane, were in  camp yesterday.  Greenwood's city fathers expect  soon to have a sale of city property for  delinquent taxes.  Grand Forks has declared September 28th a public holiday, on account  of the Nelson Fair.  Why not get a nice little book containing 30 select views of Phoenix,  from G. R. B. Kinney.  R. A. Brown of Volcanic fame, is  putting up 2,000 gallons of grape wine  on his North Fork ranch.  Mrs. Julius Mueller and two children  left Thursday for a two weeks' visit  with friends in Republic.  Martin Burrell, Conservative candidate for tins constituency, continues  to make visits to the upper part of this.  constituency.  Cattle are still devastating gardens  in town, the city council and police  supposedly to the contrary notwithstanding.  Miss Hayward, an experienced nurse  from the east, who has latterly been in  Greenwood, rhas been assisting this  week at the Phoenix General Hospital. 1  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  Dr.  Simmons,   dentist,  McMillan  block, Oct. 13 to 16.  W. T. Hunter, of Greenwood, has  gone east on mining business.  Fred Starkey, of Nelson, was talking  politics and business here Tuesday.  J. B. Macaulay lost 40 or 50 cords  of wood by fire late last week, a mile  below town.  Alex Miller, the mining man, beintj  apprised of his father's death at San  Irancisco, at once proceeded thither.  A. start was made this week on the  construction of the McHale block on  Knob Hill avenue. It is 30x60 feet  in size and will be two stories high.  1 he second floor has been leased  by  36,  A.  F.  a lodge  ..Printing..  King Edward Lodge No. 0  & A. M., and will be used a*  room.  They are talking of cutting down ��� mean more  the number of liquor licenses in Grand jTanch next time  Forks to six.  For large returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  Frank Cochrane, who has been confined to the hospital by a slight attack  of typhoid fever, is improving.  Manager Spier, of the Eastern  Townships Bank, Grand Forks, was  a visitor in the city yesterday,  A little son was welcomed in the  homo of Dr. E.R. Northrup, at Grand  Forks, last Wednesday morning. '  - Mrs. L.Y. Birnie and little,daughter  Doris are away on an extended visit,to  Mrs. Birnie's parents, hear Waterville,-  Wash.       "' ' -  !  Sneak Thief Still at Work.  On Saturday night, the 10th, the  show case of the Libby Photo Co. was  broken open and robbed of its  artistic portrait display. On Saturday  night, the 17th. the same thing occured  again. Mr. and Mrs. Libby fear that  if this young man does not avoid these  Saturday night indigencies, it may  mean more than one month  on the  "That's Our Business"   C   A,ex ^R&C,  You Can Get  oam^mmmmM^maMwmsmaaMmmammmwmmmmamsamm*  THE FINEST FRUITS that grow  and THE   FINEST   CIGARS  and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new  store of   Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsman!  To Ileal unci suAen the skill ami remove grease,,  oil tint! rust Mains, paint mid and earth, etc., u*c |  the   "Master������ Mechanic's"  T.ir Son  Toilet Soap Co. Mfr��  soiifj.    Albert  Cough  Hn Sold a Pile   ot Cbambrrliin's  Remedy,  sold  Chamberlain's  Cough  twenty years  Charles Wyatt sustained a serious  accident at the Emma mine a few days  I Don't worry. Get Mortimer to insure you Life, Fire, Accident or Sickness in the, best English and Canadian  Companies.  -The Grand Forks Rod and Gun  Club has been organized with W.K.C.  Manley as president and Ernest Miller  as secretary,  , Wednesday was the monthly payday  on the Great Northern construction to  Phoenix. 'Between 1,200* and i.eoo  were on the list.   ���  I have  Remedy for more than . _..v _,  and it has given entire satislaction. 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.  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,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  PIONEER BLOCK,  'PHONK "NO. 14.  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc  Hardy Block,   -  Dominion Ave. J  The B.GAssay m  Chemical Supply Go., Ua  VANCOUVER, B. c  Direct Importers of Assays' Sums  Solo Amenta in B. 0. for the well iJ  Batteraea Cruclhlea. Scorifieram ������*''  etc. Belling agents fo??heF\*Z��K  Go's Speclalt es CarvFurna���. r�� rau"  etc. Men**' Pure oSemtoSi A^T*-  bor. Platinum, QuickC 6jPLV  Hoi ax UlasB and all Heavy CliVi.ii'  spe.i.,��y-.s..v.rF,Mu.d.y���dci;slc:1''  Complete Assay Outfits   lurnimJ   .  Hhort notice. Satisfaction offiS^.  PHQENIX,B  1  I  w  G. W. Rumberger (  ___ . __ ^^     __        _    _ -  ���-������������ ���i L-���  W  J  Real Estate  W  and Mines  Houses to Kent, City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and  1 sold.    Iiifonuation about Phoenix and the  Uouiidary country given on application.  w  1  f  iHfc.1 " " ^1  h  WILL BM ���  , ago, it being afterwards found necessary  1 to amputate an arm at the' Greenwood  hospital.  Grading on the Great Northern between the Granby smelter and the dam,  as well as the smelter sidetracks, has  been completed by Taylor & Fisher,  the sub-contractors.  Thos, J.Hardy, who with his partner  , recently sold out their hotel  business  in Coleman, is' reported ��� to have arranged to leased another hotel property  at Pincher Creek, Alberta.  , J. A. McMaster says that he   will  ' have the Balmoral hotel/open to the  public on* the 1 st  of  October.   The  work of completing the fitting up of  the building is now proceeding.', > ' , >  Rev. Father Bedard, who -has ^been  ��� spending a couple of months on a  vacation ^at his old, bpme;<aVPoinf  '"   Fortune, Quebec, is expected to re-  .. turn about the,end of this month.  *  For'the second or third time Frank  Coryell got mixed up with the Great  , Northern   contractors  over   blasting  down great quantities of rock on his  ranch and trespassing on the same.  In1 the   Presbyterian   church    to-  .   , morrow the topics in the morning will  be: "God in the Midst/' and in the  j '   evening   "Seed-time  and    Harvest."  < Quarterly review in S. S. at 2:30 p.- m.  Archibald .Hardy, of the Granby  smelter force, and Miss Mary Wray, of  Grand Forks, were married in that city  ,  last Tuesday evening, the cermony being performed by Rev. Elihu Manuel.  Good pointers are essential in any  business.   I would be pleased to give  '  you some good pointers on the good  qualities of the Mutual Life of Canada..  Ed. H. Mortimer, the Phoenix agent.  Chas. N. Collins, aged  62, an old  timer in the Boundary, died last Saturday in Greenwood.  The funeral was  1    held Monday, a large number attending from Phoenix.   The remains were  -shipped east.  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.  Mrs. Albin   Alinstrom   wishes to  close out her   millinery stock next  week, and to do so will make big reductions.      New   ready-to-wear  and I figures  .  trimmed hats just received.    Come  and secure some bargains.  1 W. A. Harkin, late editor of the  Grand Forks News-Gazette, has gone  east to negotiate a mining deal ��� for  some claims in the high grade belt.  On his way he stopped at Coleman,  Alberta, to take a look at the coal  fields.  - Mrs. T. Griffin missed a horse, ,W.  J. Porter missed a saddle, and R. H.  Karatofsky missed a bridle. Isaac  1 Corbeill is also missing, and is said to  be on the other side of the line, somewhere in Idaho. The police have the  case in hand.  Smith Curtis, of Rossland, is spending considerable time in the Boundary,  where he is becoming interested in  some high grade properties.  The Greenwood Times appears to  think that one or both of the big railway companies will* start construction  into the Similkameen this fall.  Harry - Hunter, nephew of C. D.  Hunter, who spent the summer here,  with his, brother Lloyd has entered the  University of Idaho at Moscow'.  1 Last Wednesday was the date 'set  for the wedding of O. B. "Smith Jr.,  Granby -mine superintendent, to a 'tair  daughter'o'f Springfield, >Mass., at 'that  city.  Notice.  Tat Oraaby Consolidated Mining, Smelting &  Power Company, Limited.  Notice is hereby given that the Fourth ordinary General Meeting of the Gra.vbv Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Powkr Company, Limited, will be held at 02 Canada I lie  Building, In tho city of Montreal, Province of  Quebec, on Tue��day,the Fourth day of October,  1904, at the hour of lo:?Oo'oiuck In the forenoon  for the purpose of electing directO'B and doing  other business which maybe lawfully done at  an ordinary General Meeting of the company.  And Further, Notice la hereby given that  the transfer books of the aula company will he  closed from September aSth to October ltb.,1901,  both days included.  Dated this 6th day of September ,1904,  R it MACAULAY,  Secretary.  i  ��HurcH Servic  Tomorrow  ,.. ,��� ,,. ot*-.��� ������ ��nv-,"*-/i- riVf-Tir P^nyf���>���* wrf^ir ^rty-^-/r- WY^I'  Wednesday, Oct* 5th  ��� WIJ,L BIS ���    '  British Columbia Day  At the Spokane Interstate Fair  One Fare for the Round Trip  On Tuesday, Oct. 4th, good ietnrniii|! untiTOt-t. 4th."  .,._'" 'II i  i?    Telephone NV 28. ��<�� JrJh06IllX,  ��>.  O.    f  Ciothin  The BESt.v. r.ha.ait^.1  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  Itaihoad TiekctB  mi lie purchased at  IJand Concert by Fifth Regiment Royal British Artillery  of Victoria, B. C.  Band  m  Bio; Vaudeville Program  Six Exciting Races $2,500 in Parses  IN   FRONT OK  GRAND  STAND.   -V    Is*  ices  ]If  St. John's Church of England, Rev.  W. J. Wood, Missionary. Morning  Prayer, ri a.m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30  p.m.'; Everyone cordially invited to attend any and all services.  Send for Race Program.  ROHI\  II. COSGROVE," Secretary and Manager  SPOKANE,   WASH.  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of .satisfied  customers.    If you don't helieve it ;come:'.;.'.,   7   '  and examine goods.  A F0II Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc.,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at'old'  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  irWWWWWi  llARDY-McKMNZIEBI K.  DOMINION AVIS., I'HOKNIX.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  ���,.  f. Service tomorrow at  n   a.   m.'and  m   llje funeral of Herbert Redpath, the 7,:3�� P- m-    Sunday school and Bihle  C.P.R. brakeman, who  was killed in cIass at 2:3�� p. m.    Rev. E,   C    \V  theGfeerTwood yards last weekl'nday,  M"cColl,   B. A., pastor.    A  cordial  ���"���* U-,J ��� �� -    * ��� "welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at u a.m. nnd  7-3�� P- m. at   the new church, the  was held on Saturday, and the remains'  shtpptd east. '*JV'  ���'    Rev.'E. fj. '\V7 MacColI returned  Saturday from the semi-annualmcetingl pastor p��ih7^^tort ^S^sil  ����*.*��??* ??��IW. whlch ����l ty School at 4o p. ,1, TEty Z  held at Fernie  ful gathering  ��� He reports a success.  vitation is extended to  Perleyj B. A., pastor.  all.      D. M  '.  A slight improvement is reported in 1  the condition of the infant daughter of)  J. K. Fraser, at the Gold Drop, the  child mtving been very ill for three  weeks or more.  Constable Darraugh had another  chase after some Italians on the railway  grade this week. If he "or Chief Flood  do not have at least one a week, they  are agreeably surprised.. > . \  ,N A Chinaman arrived in the city last  Saturday evening, but after due. deliberation decided that the altitude here  was too much for him and wended his  way down to Greenwood.  The ladies of Phoenix will be interested to. know that Miss Struve will  have her Fall Milinery Opening at her  parlors in' the Graves-Williams' block  next Tuesday and Wednesday.  Get a photo of the wrecked ore  train. G. R. B. Kinney has some fine  ones at Black's Jewelry store. Also  some nice ones of the Shay engine and  crew just before the wreck occurred.  Safety first, profit next, these factors  for thirty -four years have , placed the  Mutual Life of Canada as the true  policy-holder's Company to insure in,  where your savings are safe and profitable.   Get Mortimer to give  you  Thla chorthand I.s totally dlfterent to others.  It takes weeks to learn iu Instead of iuonths,��r  j ear*. It uaslmeutei by practical reporters  It is reliable, thorough, una may be read like  print. The first three lessons enables you to  take private notes and the ninth lemon brings  yon to corresponding style, the #th, the final  Icfsoii to reporting. A specimen may be seen  at the Phoenix Pioneer on nppllca ion to the  manager, W B. wlllcox; Lessons taught by  mall are quite'easy.  T} pewriting taught by mall We forward yon |  .lesson sheets to tench you the correct fingering���  nil the fingers taught on the blind touch system.  .Write ..saying the machine, you hare, or weenn  supply you with & new or. second liana one. any  make from flu to ?15<J. We do not hire out machines.  Terms���For shorthand $49, lo completion, pay- .  able by instalments. .'Typewriting $2.Sj to com- |  pletiou.   Address, The Secretary, Studios   "  Perfect Simplicity,  Perfect Reliability  and Strength  The  most searching in  vestigation of  Waterman's  Ideal  Fountain  Pen...  Black's Hotel<  .Dominion Av-i.nue, PHOENIX,  Commodious Sample Rooms  Fiist-Class Dining Room in connection  Ujr Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 26. *>  GREENWOOD  LIQUOR  I couver. Granville St.,  Box 8til.    Van  Victoria, over  Homer N, Galer, manager of the  International Coal and Coke Co., and  until recently assistant manager of the  Granby Co., was married on  Tuesdav  Cheap Fall  Excursion  Rates  From Phoenix.  Nelson Fafr  Sept. 28th and 29th  $4.85 Return  Westminster Fair  $19.30 Return  On Sale Oct. i, 2, 3, 4, good to return  till Oct. 1 ath.  j Imperial Bank, Victoria, P. O. Box 176. tithe"  branches throughout Canada will shortly he  opened.  Enroll now for Bookkeeping, Shorthand and  Typewriting, liradualcs are in demand. Send  Tor catalogues.  Blair Business College,  SPOKANE, WASH.  proves that it excels in  quality of materials, per-'  fection of wqrkmanship  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 weakest part.  181 SMITH,  Knob Hill Ave.  COMPANY..  UouNDAKY'- Agents for  =Pabst's Celebrated Beer ^  Fortify yourselves for the warm  weather by drinking  "Iron Brew"  llrAo/au/e   WINES,   LIQUORS  and CIGARS.  Prompt attention to Telephone  Orders.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH,  PROP  Thomas Drug Co.  Stationers, elc.  Boundary Agents for Columbia  Graphophon'es. A full line of  musical goods always in stock.  Try us by phone or mail.  GKKKNWOOD  B. C.  Ed. Black,  Watchmaker  and Jeweler,  FtllST hTKEKT���NBXT KNOB HIM, HOTKI..  World's Fair Rates  Last selling dates, October 3, 4, & 5.  ,. xr; ��� t, ���'   ,/ " "** w"   * ucauayi St- Lou's $62.75. Chicago $67.71;  to Miss Belle McLaren, of Carson,  at 75  "fL^/i10"16'an<? th*y immediate j    Corresponding reductions from all  Kootenay points.  For full particulars apply to local  agents.  J.G.Clark, E.J.Covle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver. B.C  J. S. Carter, I). P. A.  Nelson. B C.  fine Timepieces and Fine Pepnirlnir  or all kind*.  full stock ol Tobaccos n..d Cluari"  Giving up Marsh Block owing to  raise in rent.  Fftf ^5|Ia Enllre Furnishings in  1 VI JUK the Marsh block, in-  ." ���   . -eluding   House-keep-  ")g, Hedroom and Parlor Furnitur-  Come and see and pick   out bargains.  Granby Exchange  Vou Are   Invited to come and inspect our new arrivals in ...  -��-��-���-��-��-��-��-��-��-  1"  I ' ""**   "��vjr   lllllliCUlclie  ly proceeded on a trip to the coast,  after which they will make their home  at Coleman, Alberta.  By tonight the larger part of labor  on the work on the new culvert being  put in jointly by the city and the railway company, from Phoenix to Idaho  streets, will have been completed.  Then the fill in will be all that remains to be done.  .Judge Leamy was recently arbitrator  iri the case of Mrs. N. P. Christensen  and two children for damages against  the ,B.'C Copper Co. forthe death of  the husband and father at the smelter  last April: S. S. Taylor, of Nelson,  and H. C. Shaw, of Greenwood, appeared for the plaintiffs defendant respectively. Pecision was reserved by  tfie judge.  "Any' subscriber to the Phoenix  Pioneer can get the Montreal Family  Herald and Weekly Star free for rest  of 1904 hy simply paying up his subscription or paying for a year in advance; VThis is an offer worth taking 1  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 caA dpn|�� by  either m>il,- telegram; or MaVcoiu-  granu ' ��'-���''  There is more Catarrh ii thin section of the  country than all the other distant put together,  snd uutU the last few years was supposed to be  liieiirnMiv .u��^- ������.*-  London  Corn Plasters    uu icir ye��ra was suppo          incurable.   Fora great many yenrs doctors pronounced it a local dllcate and preset ibed local  remedies, and by constantly falling to/cure with  local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science  has proven catarrh to be s constitutional disease  and therefore requires constitutional treatment  Hall's Catarrh Cute,  manufactured   by F. J  CHEN'EY & Co., ToteOo.Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Internal-  lv in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful    It acts  directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the  system.   They offer fioo for any case it falls to  euro.   Send for circular* and testimonials.  Address: P.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by druggists, 75c. ,     , >    ,  Take Hall's Family Pills forconitipatlon  ��-  Remove Corns.  YLJ  THE  DRUGGIST.  -O-O-O-A-O-o-A-��-  ^S^2^SFelts'Nobby ODesi*  Watches,  Phoenix Shoe Shop,  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  KINE BOOTS AND SHOES  MADE TO ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS' AND   PROS  PECTORS'SHOES   A SPECIALTV.  Jewelry,  Repairing,  Shop  on   Dominion Avi'imo.  Wo can "Watch" you nt almost anv  prn e, from the pood, everyday timepiece  to the expensive adjusted chronometer.  ���11 9"r,Jett'e,ry nmJ Cut G'aes stock  will be found just what vou desire to  make a selection from.  In lepaiiing we are prepared to take  care of anytliinK in this line.  Geo. E."Dey,  The Jeweler. Knob Hill Ave.  full  s  a  a  ��  a  a  ��  0  ��  a  a  a  stock of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.  S^Vw^ lStlIeS a-nd fices in Udi^ Men's and Chil  m s bhoes are the best in. the <%��� v  dren  THE  Dominion Avenue  ^>  a9J>.MSSMJf&^99^9999&9S.9-iiSS9��>S-<i.S9000oaioo  B. 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