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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 1, 1905

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 Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 In  value within five years.  WMX  Phoenix isjthe Centr  and   Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary >  AND BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL,  Devoted to the interests of, the Boundary Mining: District  Vol. VI.  #��96&#��S��G��M$$8��MM��MM��  m&^&sf&&s^&sss^f$f^&s^^&sm  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, APRIL r, 1.905.  No. 31'.  THE  Big Store  What Have You  That is Nice to Eat?  Is the question that is asked by so  many of our customers every day.  Anything That is in Season  Is our answer.  Bananas 60c per dozen.  Navel Changes 40c. to 60c. per doz.  Grape Fruit 2 for  15c.    A great  breakfast appetizer.  Green Goods  Celery, fresh and crisp 15c. per bunch.  Hot House Lettuce 40c. per pound.  Green Onions 5c. per bunch.  Spinach 5c. per bunch.  Ci-t* Smoked, Pickled  r ISll and Canned.  Smoked Halibut steaks and Kippers  20c. per pound. Arriving semi weekly.  Large, tat Atlantic Mackerel 20c. each.  Labrador, Herring 60c. per dozen.  Imported Dutch Herring 20 lb. kits $3.  Crabs, large shelled 25c.  Crabs, large unshelled 20c,  Your first month order solicited by us.  We can save you money.  MORE SIDETRACKS  BY THE C. P. R.  For Accommodation   of  Montreal & Boston.  the  Mr-hhti Co.. Lid.  �����������������������������������������8��s��<WB��  R. A. Bainbridge, of Nelson, divisional engineer of the C.P.R., was in  the city this week with two assistants  for the purpose of surveying for additional trackage accommodations for  the Montreal & Boston's Brooklyn  mine. It is the intention to lay a sidetrack near the ore bunkers some 800  feet in' length, which will greatly facili-  ate the loading of dumps by the employees of the mine. As it is now,  when cars are loaded, they are taken  out of the way by means of a cable  and air hoist. ,-,  The tail of the Brooklyn ��� spur will  also be lengthened some 300 feet,  giving greater fiacilities in getting out  the ore trains. The extra gang is expected here soon to carry out these  improvements.  Mr. Bainbridge is also laying out  the 8,000 foot pipe line from Loon lake,  near the B. C. mine, to Eholt, to give  a good water supply for the company's  locomotives at that junction. A four  inch pipe will be used for thi�� purpose.  This last season having been exceedingly dry, the C. P. R. has had all  kinds of trouble to secure sufficient  water for steam making. For months  water was taken on tank cars from  Greenwood, and when that supply was  short more latterly from Midway,  eighteen miles from Eholt. By the  new arrangement it is expected -that  there will be no trouble in the future  over the water supply���at least- at  Eholt.  B. C. COPPER'S  ANMAtREPORT  Sold 73,259 Shares of Treasury Stock.  IRON MASK IS  A GREAT MINE  Preparing For Doubling Furnace Capacity.  Last Sunday, J. E. McAllister, the  efficient superintendent of the B. C.  Copper Co.'s smelter at Greenwood  arrived in this 'city, on his way  to New York, He had only been  back a few days " from the east, when  he'was again called to New York for  a conference with ��� the company's directors. Mrs. McAllister accompanied  him.  Asked by the Pioneer representative  as to when the, proposed doubling ol  the blast furnace capacity^ of die smel  ter was likely to be announced, he  stated that he 'could say nothing definite about it just ' now, but he would  know on his return, and the announcement might be mad,fi before that.  ��� <'���  ���   New Eutcra T��wMklf�� Baik Braact.  It is announced that the Eastern  Townships Bank will open a branch at  Vancouver about the first of May, with  W. H. Hargraves, formerly assistant  manager of the Montreal branch, as  manager. J. H. Rome, formerly with  the bank at Grand Forks, has already  gone to the coast to accept a position  with the new office.  For some five or six years the only  branches of this well known and conservative instutition in British Columbia  have been at Grand Forks and Phoenix,  but the bank is gradually reaching out  for busiuess, and will doubtless receive  its share at Vancouver. This branch  will make the 43d office of this bank to  be established, all the rest being located in Quebecj"with the exception of  the one at Winnipeg and the two here  in the Boundary.  CONTRACT FOR  BRIDGE TIMBERS  W.H. Barnett Secured it For  $265.00.  An adjourned meeting of the city  council was held last Saturday night,  Mayor Rumberger and Aid?. Brown,  Carson and Roderick being present.  The special business was to receive  tenders for getting out and delivering  2,600 lineal feet of ten-inch timbers  and 1,600 feet of four-inch braces. The  bids wre as tollows: T R. Morrison,  $357; Josias Thompson, $444; Joe  Trombley, $298; W. H. Barnett,$265.  Mr. Barnett was awarded the contract  and has already bagun delivering the  timbers at the First street bridge,  which is to be raised ten feet. The  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co. secured  the order for the sawn timbers.  Cnsleta Home Opened,  Last Tuesday the Phoenix custom  house was opened for the first time,  and is already found to be a great convenience to the business community  generally. Inspector Clute, of New  Westminster, arrived here Monday,  and approved the arrangements made  for the transaction of business by Wm.  Delahay, the Phoenix collector. The  office is located in the Great Northern  railway station, where a portion of the  ladies waiting room is being partitioned  off for Mr. Delahay's use. A bonded  warehouse will also be arranged, and  probably another at the C. P. R.  station.  Thus the end of the long struggle of  the Phoenix Board of Trade for a custom house here, ably seconded by  Duncan Ross, M. P. for Yale-Cariboo,  at Ottawa. The first package cleared  by Mr. Delahay was consigned to Eric  Mastberg and consisted of patent  I medicines.  At the general meeting of the company held in New York in February,  the report of the directors and the balance sheet as at the close of business  November 30, 1904, were submitted.  The audited statement of accounts was  v  for two  years.    The directors'report  was as hereunder:  Since your last annual meeting your  company has operated its two furnaces  with fair regularity with ore from your  own mines and with some custon ores  from neighboring mines valuable to  our own as fluxes.   >  The development^ your mines h��s  been favorable and you have quite as  much more in sigrk Tt.'jd proven as at  the time of the last report submitted to  you.  Up to this time the net earnings  have been variable but, barring accidents, we anticipate more regular and  improving results.  Our converter plant has been in  operation for some time, and has  proven to be of material benefit in enabling us to ship blister copper 99 per  cent fine instead of matte carrying 45  per cent copper.  The large accumulation of flue dust  made a briquetting plant absolutely  essential, and is now being installed  .and will be in operation shortly. The  extrordinary cold weather prevailing  has delayed its completion.  We have equipped our whole plant  for operation by electricity as motive  power and we have also installed an  electric locomotive and system for the  economical handling of our slags.  There have been some serious obstacles to continuous operation of pur  plant, besides some unavoidable accidents dgring the past two years, yet  we believe that our costs of mining  smelting and converting will compare  with any similar plant.  The company has disposed of  73,259 shares of treasury stock during  the two years aforesaid and has expended upon additions to the plant and in  acquiring new mining interests in the  same period $320,780.  The company has also recently obtained interests in options on important properties in our region believed  to carry good copper values, the ores  of which can be cheaply mined and reduced.  We purpose doubling immediately  our blast furnace capacity.  The statement of assets and liabilities  is as under:  ASSETS.  Mining property,,mines,  smelter building nia-  chinery.real estate etc. $1,580,780.90  Greenwood City debenture bonds  3,600.00  Accounts receivable...        53,282.25  Finished products, supplies, ores, etc., on  hand..       122,947.59  Cash on hand and in  banks  18,817.82  T. J. Ferguson Returns From  Kamlobps Property*  T. J, Ferguson, until recently superintendent at the Iron Mask mine, six  miles from Kamloops, has returned to  Phoenix to make his home with his  family. He was formerly shiftboss at  the Brooklyn, and has interests in this  section 10 look after.  Mr. Ferguson gave some interesting  particulars regarding the Iron Mask,  which is a copper proposition that has  been operated since 1896. About  5,000 feet of development have been  done, a shaft being down 600 feet,  with development levels each 100 feet.  The ore body is about 60 feet wide  and runs not far from $25 to $30 per  ton,-mostly copper, which has been  shipped to the Trail or Granby smelters at the rate of about 30 tons daily.  The ore is taken to the railway siding  'some three miles from the mine, by a  traetion engine at a cost of $1 per  ton. .  The Kamloops Mines, Ltd., an  English corporation, owning the property, has also built a concentrator with  250 ions daily capacity, and is now installing a 50 ton smelter. About 80  men are employed by the company,  which has good buildings and an excellent machinery plant at the property.  SEVERAL NEW  BUILDINGS  Boundary Mining Notes |  To   Be   Erected   in Phoenix  This Year.  Work on Some to be Started  Shortly.  list old Nelson In Richelieu.  Harold Nelson and his company are  certainly favorites in Phoenix. For  the fourth lime this season they appeared last Wednesday in Richelieu,  and the crowded condition of the  house was the best evidence of their  success here, When the limited facilities afforded by Miners' Union hall  are taken into consideration, the presentation of Richelieu was most satisfactory in every way. Mr. Nelson as  usual gave a finished production of the  play, and the audience was more than  pleased with his rendition of the difficult part of the wily cardinal, It  will probably be ten months before the  company reaches the Boundary again,  as they will take in the Maritime Provinces when they return east.  LOCAL JOTTINGS  Total $1,779,428.56  LIABILITIES.  Capital stock, authorized  issue,   $2,000,000.00  Issued $1,576,750.00  Accounts payable        110,106.76  Bills payable  3,650.00  Surplus earnings  for 2  years         88,921.80  Total $1,779,428.26  i  i  It is reported that Fiank Huckleby,  formerly a shiftboss at the Granby  mines, was recently shot and killed  down in Arizona.  Greenwood's city council is getting  ready for the extension of the water  mains to tap Lind Creek in Anaconda..  Some $14,000 will be expended.  It is claimed that an offer of $500,-  000 has been made for what is known  as the Spokane group of 150 coal  claims in East Kootenay, in which  many persons in Grand Forks are interested. ���     "  AV. J. Porter, who with Mrs. Porter,  is spending several weeks in Seattle,  was recently in Victoria, and on being  interviewed regarding the Boundary,  did not fail to say a gcod word for this  section.  In the estimates brought down at  Victoria this week, Grand Forks riding,  in' which Phoenix is located, gets  $5,000 under the item of roads, trails  and bridges, and Greenwood riding receives $3,000.  "To what purpose is thid waste?"  will be the morning topic in the Presbyterian church tomorrow, and "the  Pnsitiveness of Christain Life" will be  the evening topic. The choir will  sing an anthem.  Business men assert that n'jver, in  the history of Phoenix, has there been  a week when so many drummers  stopped here, as during this closing  week. They came from nearly every  large city in the Dominion.  Robert Barr says he used to know  Cassie Chadwick, the frenzied finati-  cieress, when ��� she was a girl of 15  back in Woodstock, Ontario, his old  home. Cassie received ten years in  the pen this week, at Cleveland, Ohio.  After an absence of just eight weeks  Chas. D. Hunter returned last night  from Southern California and the Sand  wich Islands. He was accompanied  on the trip by his brother, James Hun  tar, of Rossland, whose health was  somewhat improved by the change.  At the close of the evening service  tomorrow there will be a congregational meeting of the members and adherents of St. Andrew's Presbyterian  church to elect managers, etc., and  conclude the business of the annual  meeting. All interested in the work  of the church are invited to be there  From present indications there will  be quite a little building done this  year in Phoenix, including business  and residence structures. It is a well  known fact that, at the present time,  it is next to impossible to secure a  house worthy of the name for residence purposes, and there are no  stores empty that are in the most desirable locations.  L. Y. Birnie has decided to build  on his Knob Hill avenue property,  two doors from the McRae building,  and may let the contract in a few days.  The building will be 30x55 feet in size  and practically two stories, as there  will be a high basement. He will oc  cupy part of the ground floor and the  entire basement for his plumbing and  tinning business, while E. A. Black,  the jeweler, will occupy the larger part  of the ground floor.  P. Burns & Co. have definitely decided to build a meat market somewhere on Knob Hill avenue this spring  and this site will be settled in a few-  days, shortly after which building operations will doubtless be"started.  The city of Phoenix has been considering the erection of a city hall for  two years. Just where it will be located has not yet been decided, but it  is conceded that it must be central,  which would bring it not far from the  Pioneer building. It will have council chamber, city clerk's and solicitor's  offices, besides plenty of room for a  fire hall, jail, etc. The need of such  a building has long been felt, and the  council can doubtless finance the  proposition once a site is decided  upon.  It is a foregone conclusion that a  good hotel will be erected on the site  of the old Brooklyn and Phoenix  hotels, which were burned down a  couple of months ago. The - two lots  are owned respectively by James Marshall and G. W. Rumberger. 'The  former'is now in Scotland on a brief  trip; but on his return the matter will  doubtless be arranged and a hotel  worthy of the best location in the  lower part of the city erected.  A. I. McMillan,owner of the Hotel  Balmoral building, is considering the  addition of another story to that structure, and the erection of several residences in the city is being talked of.  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $15.'  25@$15.37; lake, $15.37�� 15.50  Bar Silver, 50M  Lead, $4.50 at $4.W>.  Machinery is being installed at the  Barbara mine, near Greenwood.  In the unwatering process going on  at the Winnipeg, the mine is now free  to the 400 foot level.  A depth of about 75 feet has been  reached in the new shaft at the Emma  mine, Summit camp.  Two men are developing the Iron  Clad in Wellington camp, and are said  to be securing good results.  Development work is progressing on  the Rathmullen in Summit camp, with  what are slated to be excellent results.  Some test shipments are to be made.  This week the Great Northern has  been taking out from 30 to 35 cars, or  from 1,000 to 1,200 tons, of Granby  ore daily, and the C. P. R. has been  taking out 26 cars, or. from 750 to 800  tons per d 1 y.  Considerable trouble, it is said, has  been experienced of late with the boiler at the Providence mine, which has  curtailed operations. A new boiler  will probably be installed in a short  time.  The night shift was laid off at the  Rawhide this week, and the work at  this property is likely to be done entirely by the day shift hereafter, as it  can thus be accomplished to greater  advantage in the big open ore quarry.  Approximately, the output of Boundary mines for the first quarter of 1905  was 225,000 tons of ore, or at the rate  of 900,000 for the year. The smelter  treatment was slightly more than this,  amount, owing to the receipt of some  custom ores.  During March the Skylark mint  sent out 114 tons of ore, valued at  over $8,000. The last car went out  early this week, making five cars shipped during March, This is believed  to be a record for Boundary's high  grade mines.  This week the new briquetting machine at the B. C. Copper Co's smelter  at Greenwood, was started for the first  time. Its office it to transform the  valuable flue dust into bricks or briquettes, which are again run through  the blast furnaces.  The present work of crosscutting the  ore body at the bottom of the winze,  from the 300 to the 400 foot level of  the Old Ironsides mine, .is proving the  ore zone in the Granby mines at tne  greatest dopth yet explored, outside of  the work done by diamond drilling.  In the last three years the Elkhorn,  one of the best of the high grade mines  in the Greenwood belt, has shipped  ore, it is stated, worth $75,000, the  returns being from $100 to $r2o per  ton by the car load. The company is  entirely out of debt and has 200,000  shares in the. treasury. . . '  At the Stemwinder the work of getting everything ready for development  and shipping is steadily going on. The  air line has been run down the incline  shaft, hoist set on solid foundations,  shaft, retimbered, massive gallows  frame completed, rails laid for skip,  and the skip itself will soon be in posi-,  tion for use. A few days more should  see this mine working steadily.  There is to be a change in the time  schedule of the Great Northern passenger trains in the Boundary next  week, but it will chiefly effect the Re  public branch, where much objection  has been made to the present arrangement.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments or Boundary mines  lor 1900,   Tor 1901 to- ,  . 1902 for 1903 for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoenix rioneer��� ���  Mink.  Granby Mines....  Snow-shoe   A II- C. Copper Co,  Cash1.        1900    , 1901        1902       >9��3       '9��4 ��>;     wm   Phoenix   64,553   231,762   3��9,85S   393.7'S   549.703   136.195   13,140 ,  ...Phoenix  597  1,731     20,Soo     71,212  Mother Lode Deadwood  Montreal & Boston Con.  Brooklyn-Stem winder. Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset, Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athelstan-Jackpot - Wellington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stemwinderd,mp..rhoenix  Morrison Deadwood  1) C. Mine.. Summit  R.Bell Summit  Utuma Summit  OroDenoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brcy Fogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paiis White's  Jewel...: I.ougLake  Carmi West Fork  Providence Providence  Klklioru Providence  Skylark Skylark  I,nst Chance Skylark  K. 1'. U. Mint Skylark  Bay   Skylark  Ruby Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous      3,53��  5.340     99,034   141,326   '3S,��"9   174,293     39,7oS     4,256 '  "802  "550  150  47,405  7.455  15,731  "5,646  3,339  19,365  22,937  ���5,537  363  25.950  3,070  3,25"  1,200  1,759  4,5*>6  6,400  19.494  150  I4,Sn  560  S.530  650  37,96o  16,400  3,450  222  1,040  875  665  2,000  350  2,435  993  400  364  J.076  2,250  7S5  625  33  482  160  890  219  726  325  52  5��  So  3.456  167  500  60  3,230  325  750  "198 < >  Total, tons....  [ Smelter treatment-  Oranby Co....:   B. C. Copper Co...  Montreal & Boston Con.���,  96,600   390.SOO   506,816   690,419   829,So3   JjS,240    22,132  62,387    230,82s   312,340   401,921    596,252    142,365       117,611    148,600   162,913   210,484    47,40��       132.570     30,93��     46,474  12,476  2.738 <>  4,423 $  ���      ���     .'feft*,*  '  M m  ���'"Pfil  o^'-ffg  i; ".*|ii  -���fe'iciill  :���?���: <M  </'., s") S%  ' W ":\W  -mi  -  ii.^ 'ilift  \f.   'JUS*  ��� ':'  M  i 1 ��.i,ik  ^n4  ���< r-*.'?  % - ��$���+' 11  ''!- ���'ikki\  ��� If     !'/>'-j  - i''r- , t;i\h j  ,, ;'.' , Vi'*f  "'!'X��.HJ  fi *    > '{' i i']  ''Y' 'yif\  V1 ' 'Tfi'f  T-   ,  vj\ [ ;J ��  t'til  '     fci  ';��� -'M'fj  /;.    < C  , ��.-.'p,|  :-^I  v-j#!  -.',<;  fit!  ���'������'m  i- &\  .<: w|  ,. '��$  ,'' v-iJ'l  <  "T'l  '       '\i'f  1 '       ',  1     /���  l'*|  \        t  i;|  0   l '  ",��?  I V  lei  ���     3  '*:"&  XI  - T{%  ,<  "it  �������� '1  1'ft  y  *;:���������''I  :' - :,'������������$  ��� '   '. ,  i'i.'  ".��� ������?'������,'i|  ������������ f-  ::l  G  w^^iftpar^ii^iwi^iWwminMgiBmiiwwjmwW'ia*^^  wOTwi&wfiSttoiRMra  toBHRsaiiiwSfflwewsssawjsssraM^^   -���i^r  ���w 1     V  I    . - .   *  I  TH2 PHOENIX PlOHSfiB.  an  Perfect in Ffavo*  rich, strong and delicious, and at the same time moderate in price.  is the ideal beverage for Canadians.  Kootenay Engineering WorRs  NELSON, B. G x  founders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Cutvroao Dofulb Rope Abbui. Taw way Systex, Limited.  Mining an<i Mill Mariiinejr, Ore Care, Backets. Tanks, etc. Iron and Brats Castings. A large and complete slock  f Shafting, Supplies, Fittings, etc.. always on hand. Pulleys, Klauges, etc., made to order on short notice. All  ireak-doCTi and repair srork rushed through without delay.* Estimates for all classes of work furnished upon appli-  -.:���    c_���^.i r : :��������_���..    o t���bought by she earload.  B. C. TRAVIS, Manager,  01 nusuung, supplies, r unrigs, eic.. aiway�� o  break-dotni and repair srork rushed through without delay,   jctuinaies lor an cia.  cation.   Special attention given to mail orders.   Scrap Iron bought by she carload  Office and Works,  Foot of Park Street  P. 0. Box 493,  Nelson, B. C.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Botredaiy Mining Journal.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  o!o  XaCCBD OS ZXTVZDATi BV TBI  PrOXEER PUBLISHING CO.  arnrocux.a.c.  W. B. WILLCOX. Kmttscs.  "c��*���*~" I Kaasctfs resaScaoe,, Xo. 15.  -O]  B. C MINING  o���  W'f.u. Fouxueo IIkuef���V\'e havej  a strong   belief that if Liberal* had]     La*t  v<xk Sandon mines shipped  been in power in Victoria, the)- would j5.' tons of Salena and   19S2 tons of  nnf hat***    /4ftn<v   <*#��������    ku*rAr     *1.a���    .L.'UnC  not ha%e done any belter   than theinnc"  present government, and probably  have done a good deil worse.���Grand  Forks News-Gazette.  >OMeumo�� or adtaxck.  r��Tttr���  .4uo  Rossland mines last week produced  over 7.000 tons ore, or S 1,000 tons  for the year.  The Hartney group, New Denver,  has started up under lease, held by  Bluemenauer & Valentine.  There are six one shippers in   SIo-  ~SU��taaHj��_  , i.js  ITrosistrenot subscriber to Uiis mper, Iblf  ssaaiarttaUoalorontobecomeoDe.  AdrntMoc ��tos f sniubcd cm appUcaUoo.  t**al notices �� and s cents pet line.  yoKr��Keklrissrrtk>cs constitute one month's  a lent star.  About Sick���When will the Opposition papers of British Columbia real  ��ze that the province is about sick of  their persistent efforts to   belittle the        ��� *-�����    ���~-  bestgovernment that British  Colum- can camP"o*1^ the Wellington being  bia has ever had?���Fort   Steele Pros-]tne 5a!est addition to the list,  P^1���- ' I    Judge Form, at Kaslo last week, up  held the act enabling partners to advertise out delinquentcoovmers in mineral  claim.  Air Compressors    :     Rock Drills J  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  D. J..HATHESON.  INSURANCE ACENT,  KJRE, LIFE^ACC DENT.  ComufuIoBtr for taking AfJidatiu,  Phoekix, U. c  GEOKGE Gn^SOJi  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. ynslK; Knob Hill Are.   "HOENJX, U. C  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A. SI.  oiid Thursday of eacli ��,<X,\h      ***  Hmt-lKrot nicrttudsatcallnl v.  Half! McJUIe Bl��" c"rd����>u��,c  t.iriLMKR.  Srvietsry.  '"���KO.K.BJ.v  �� ii.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND  VANCOUVER1   T5>Tf��: ''.'  VANCOUVER, B/C;  A 30-driil air compressor bas been  ordered for the big St. Eugene mine  at Moyie, to be in operation  by Au-  ��905       APRIL. 190S  Urn. Im. Tata. Wei Taa. ft.   Sit  I  2 s  4  5  6  7  8  9 10'  11  12  ,x3  '4  ��5  23 24  2S  19  20  21  22  16 17  iS  26  27  2S  29  30  Wtih the Granby Co. netting $ioo,-  000 per month, according to the re-  cent^statement of General jranager  Graves, the time should not be far distant when tbat company resumes the  payment of, dividends.  Up to the Senator���Bravo, Mc-  Bride! All honor to him and his government, who sent Mr. Morse, the  mmion of the Jsraelitish mendicant G.  T. P., back home empty-handed and:  with a flea in his ear. It is still up toj  Sen-rttor Templeman and Minister Pre- j ��U  fontaine to square themselves with the f ����� w- ^e*% aa^ D- **��� Johnston,  people of British Columbia for the representing two different American  representations made last fall.���Hed-'��nc companies, have bonded the old  ley Gazette. Blue Bel! group, on, Kootenay Iale,  from the Bank of Montreal.  A three-fourths interest in a block  of coal lands, containing 17,000 acres,  in the Tilkina valley, owned by a  Victoiia syndicate, has been sold  to the Grand Trunk Pacific railway,  the original owners retaining one-  quarter interest. It is stated tbat  SlS0*000 *3I be spent in development  work.  The Cause of Piles  Is invariably constipation which is  quickly remedied by Dr., Hamilton's  Pills of Mandrake and Butternut.  Sure relief, and no griping pains. For  a remedy that never fails use Dr. Hamilton's Pills.   Price 3sc i  latliaat at Oooiaiea Fair. I g  New Westminster, B. C, March 301)  ���The request of a number or Indian j j  chiefs to have the privilege, with their j j  tribes, of meeting the King's represent I  tative for Canada-at the Dominion Jf  Fair, which was forwarded by Mayor j J  Keary ai Ottawa, hjs met wilh His Ex- \ J  cdlency's favor. ' l>ord Grey in ajr  letter to Mayor Keary thanks the corpor- ��� f  ation of New Westminster for what he 11  styles a "most tempting invitation" to; {  visit the city ami oten the national \ j  exhibition on SepL 27th, and asks the! I  mayor to convey to the Indians ofs��  British Columbia his sincere pleasure  oh being requested Jo meet them on  that occasion. He says he is much  interested in their welfare-, and would  desire lo see as large and representative a body s. 'possible assembled, and  to see them thus demonstrate their  loyalty to His Majesty the King.  Mayor Keary estimates ihat 12,000  Indians could be assembled.  Phoenix Livery Stable  WiUfam Matlicsoo, Prop.  EvervfhiniT New carriages and other rigs  i>Tsi Tilling new H0RSES AND SADMEs SEVERAL  hundred cords qf dry wood  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AYE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  I- O. O. F.  SNOVVbHOH I,OI>CIi bOt(  Meets <r��iy Sfondsr Hrc'��lMr ��t llsrdv li.n  Viiilme.tji^htTn wrdUlli'Invlitti.  j.   :', A. R. WlUmiason  .v <:  Oeo.R.'jueab, Xrc.fec'y  ..   *Wju l>,Jah��)-,|'rr.|-,a..vcr  PHo'.KlxAHtl  NO. IM.  '.flcrlingt oa Krldi,  at $30|i,ni.,)JiiiCTi>  OiiiJii Hall.  Vitiiio);   brtlhrra  corxlully liinicd,  DAS DO-'KiTKAPEK. Vlt*.   M. H KOV. S;c��  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING, '  fOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search oii-and do it right.  rinsEEK Pub. Co.,   -   Phoekjx, H.C  ! P. Burns ��s Go.  PROVINCIAL.  Grit and Tory papers alike throughout the province, with few exceptions,  praise Premier McBride lor not being  held up by tht Grand Trunk Pacific.  Mr. Morse may be a pretty good  bluffer, but "*Dewdney Dick" saw him  this iura���and in good time.  A registry office of the supreme  conrt bas been established at Fernie.  Trout Lake has organized a board  of trade, with'J. A. Griffiths as president. ,  Femie's new telephone system was  started in operation List week with 77  subscribers..  A Seattle man named Barrett has  secured,lhe contract for the $500,000  C. P. R. hotel at Victoria.  The C. P. R. has introduced a continuous dining car service from  Medicine Hat to Kootenay Landing.  Benefit cannot fail to come to the  Boundary from ths records being made  by the mines in the high grade belt.  It means that limited capita} judiciously expended, can be made to yield  most satisfactory returns. And there  are just as big fish in the sea, to use a  metaphor, as have yet been hooked.  Dinger ��f Uriel Wita C��as��a*?if es.  Is real danger because the sputum  of affected persons diffuses itself  through the air and finds lodgment in  the systems of others. If exposed -o  consumption use fragrant healing  Catarrhozone, the most efficient germicide known. No case of catarrh can  withstand Catarrhozone, which cures  this loa'hesome disease thoroughly.  Cold in the head is cured in a few-  minutes, and bronchitis, asthma and  lung trouble are cured to stay cured if  Catarrhozone is employed. "1 don't  know any remedy So good for catarrh  and bronchitis as Catarrhozone," writes  N. T. Eaton of Knowlton. "It cured  me after years of suffering and saved  Tbe Sni!1-poi Question.  . Any, intelligent physician will admit  that you don't catch smallpox because  someone else has it, but because your  condition favors it Low vitality always encourages sickness and at this  season especially, everyone shomd take  Fenozone, which" destroys disease  germs and shakes the system so strong  and healthy that sickness can't exist.  Fetrozone is a vitalizing tonic that  makes rich red" blood, builds up the  nerves, cures nervousness and drives  away tired languid   feelings.    To   get  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY- CREEK, CREENW00D, B. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, E. C. ���      ,t. ,   VkktfMM^^  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cas-iade'  -   Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway.-Eholtand Phoenix '  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  AH orders receive prompt attention.  driisik:  The Bank of Montreal has opened a jnie from consumption."'   Two months  branch in Enderby, with A. E. Taylor, ftreatnlent I1-00; ^^ size 25c.  accountant of the New Denver branch, 3 '  strong and keep strong use Ferrozone; i ���  it assures he:" '  1 all druggists.  it assures health and costs but  50c at' *  '1  Oessads Far Railway SatsJdies.  It is reported tbat nearly a score of  The dove of peace is trying bis 3e\el  best to do business in Manchuria,  Notwithstanding that both Japan and  Russia,, deny .the soft impeachment,  there is reason to think that the Slavs  have got pretty nearly enough of this  war, and will before long agree to pro  posals that may be made. If they do  not, a worse drubbing is in store.  as manager. (  At the first civic elections  held in | ^   Enderby last week, the following were applications have been received by the  returned: Mayor. Geo.Bell; Aldermen,   Provincial Government for cash sub-  Smith, Kenney, Sharpe, Bradley. and sidies or land grants, in aid of various  rans: ] railway schemes.   It has been stated  The Mayor of Vancouver objects to j that these various demands aggregate  allowing a current of 20,000 volts to  be transmitted through the city on  overhead wires. The city electrician  also pronounces it dangerous.  The bringing in of more electrica  energy lor the operation of the mines  and smelters of the Boundarj, when  carried into effect, as seems more than'  likely, cannot fail to mean more de- .-  velopmeat and more smelting furnaces. 1  Enlargements at the Cascade - and  Bonnington Falls power stations sill  be welcomed by all the large operators  of this section.  $100 Reward, $100.  Tbe renders of tUis paper ulilfce pleased to  learn tiat ihere i�� at leaf* one dreaded disease  tbsl science bap been able to eure io ail its  tinset, axdifcaticCaiartfe. Hell's Catarrh Care  tstbe only poaitire core now knowu to tbe  aediest fretercltj-. Catarrh being a const!tu-  UociJ<iioKi!c, reqnlres a constitutional treatment. Hail's Cssurrh care 3s tatea internally.  Acilcgdirectl;- oroa the blond and raoeoTJstur-  */***& **�� sjstern, thereby, deslrorioir the  f "CDdaUOE of the disease, and Riving the t��-  tient tirtngtb oj- tmlldinit op the ennstltuiSon  and aaaistine nature in dolne iu wort. The  proptieum hare >a much faith in ita earailre  F��vers that thex offer One Hucdro] Dollars for  aar cms that it Jails to eure. Send for Ji*t of  testua otilala.  Address: V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.  Sow by arucgials, 7*c  Tate IZalTs funnily Hlli forcosstination.  With twenty different requests for  S'lbsidies for building railttays in this  great province, some with merit and  capital behind t&eai, but most of them  without, it is   little   wonder   that the  Prsmadal Press.  An effort is to be made to organize.  a Provincial Press Association. In  } these days of association, a Press Association seems to be the proper thing;  in fact it is a needful thing. Editors  need it. the people ��eed it, and the  country needs it. Every other profession and calling has its organization  and   its   annual   conventions.    Men  about eight million dollars and nearly  twenty million acres of lannd, to say  nothing of exemption from taxation for  a numier of years, free right-of-way.  and free timber and other materials required for construction pursoses.  It might have, been supposed that  the financial history of British Columbia for the past five years would  have jbown promoters that the province could not entertain such enormous  additions,,to its liabilities or these gigantic drafts on its lands -.vithout injury  to its credit and a check to its pro-  giess. It is satisfactory to l>elievethat  tbe government is not likely to accede  to these extraordinary demands and  that any aid which may be given to  railway enterprises will be granted only  after' careful consideration and on  strictly business lines. ��� Vancouver  News-Advertiser.  ALL GB'l THINGS  must win upon their  merits. The International  Dictionary has won a  .greater distinction upon  its-merits and is in more  general use than any other  Iwork of its kind in the  English language.  A- H. Saj-ce, IOJK, ��J), or Oxford  Cnrreraltr. Xnejloud, has recently said  ofitj It is indeed a marveiioizs-srork: ills  difficult to conceive of a dictionaxj- more  exhaustive and complete. BneTTthiiuj is  in it���not only what -a-e might expect to  find in such a wori, but also -what few or  us would ever have thought or looking-  for.  A supplement to tbe new edition haw  brought It fully up to date. I have been  looking through the latter irith a feeling  or astonishment at its completeness, and  tbe amount of labor that has been put  into it.  ,   FREE��� A lest in Pronnncbition," In-  H struct!ve and entertaining          jror tbe whole family.  Also  lillustratcd pamphlet.  JG.&C MERRIAMCO,  PuauaHCfis,   -  SratNaFiELD, Mass.  if  I  i  t  t  i  Made from the BEST MALT and  PUREST  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for qual-!  ity.    Ask for PHOENIX JBEER  and  insist  on baring it ^  I    PHOENIX  1+  J. MUELLER, Proprietor: ���--"���'  Standard Avk. and Banner St. "}.:     "  "PHOENIX, B.C."  i  ��� e  i  i  t  4  OREGON  SHOt��r line  and union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver!  Two Trains Daily. -  Steamship tickets to Knropeand olliei  foreign com:tries-  Lcare*  Daily  Spr.kane Tirue Schedule.  Effective Xor. 22 J903  Arr'r;  Daily  THE HOME OF  High-���lass  ���������COLLIES  We make a specialty of breeding the  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction toflockrhasters  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  Trios. S. Griffith,  P. O. Box 1007.   , Spokane, Wash.  ��������(es��taa*a(*ttte��*e������e  phoenix Bakery,  \ ^boenlzStreet.   'Phonejjl  Wmake good ..bread,^   TnT-it,  7.?ia,m. FAST MAIL���Tu and from  Corur d'Aleiie distr ict, Farm-  inicloti Garfield Colfax Pull-'  man, ���Moscow, ���Pomeroy,  Waitibulg, Union. Walls  Walla. Peul clou.Baker Cily-  ( ���< and si! points Kast. too  t:jo p. m. KXPRKSS���ForKaniiiiijIon"  Garfield. Co!fox.   Pullman  .'     Wosoow.ljcwiston. Portland  San Vraucisco. Baker City  ami all points HAST.  HXPKKSS ��� Krom all rwints  , Hast, Baker City, h�� Fran  cisco, Portlsuil, Colfax, G��r-  ��ehl au<l HarmjtigtOD ll.^os.a  ���Kxcepl Sunday.  SHORT US��T0 CALIFORNIA.  '  San Frmirisco-1'oi tlaml Route. -  Steamers sail from Ahisworlh dot..-, Poitiand  at S p. in. aud [torn Spear .Street Hharf, bauFran  crsto at 10 a. hi. every fi*e <la>-5.  ��� Ticket* on sale at aUS.K & N. Station*.-,  For further infurrration as to r^tes, time  trains.equipment, etc.,sddress  ��� ,-GEO.J. ��OU��.KK.Geuenil Afieut,  Kieerside Ave.,2apoLanel Wash  C. W. GKEi5R< ^Rdi.RiBryk.  ,.(���  m  M SCIVMGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office. - -  J  J^tStJ^i  PHOENIX, B C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Irsiported Goods.  FINE IIOOTb AND SHOKS  MADE  TO ORDKR.  PRACliCAl.    MINERS'  A NO  PROS  PECTORS* SHOBS  A   SPECIALTY.  Shop   on   Djminion  Avetnto.  BestCwjrb Medicine for ChiMrea.  govemmeiiiis ftlo^ about accepting jgather from vsxious parts of the pro-  anyof them. Hold-ups are out 0 jrinre to &SC11SS ^vsandmeansof  date in   British   Columbia,   and the \ befitting their organizations, and to  When you buy a cough medicine for  small children you want one in  which  you can  palce   implicit   confidence.  You want one that not only relieves  but cures.    You want one that is  unquestionably harmless.    You want one  s  s -.~..  ...^^..uuunnu, am. tUitnat ^ pleasant to tale.   Chamber-  people very  much resemble the man i p^ }0r future   work.    Almost every j bin's ^^ Remedy meets all  these  from Miami.                                      j^j;     ^ syme fofm    f        ^^     jCondhions.   There is nothing so good    ?,..   �� t. ,v r    - fi       ,. jfor the coughs and colds incident   to  Atererv session of thr- U ����.,��� ioy*h>chths P���f��aon or trade is childhood. It is also a certain pre-  At every session of the legisutne, he3ped-all bat the nevrspaper ���,��,.-! ventative and cureYor croup, and there  assembly there are suggest.ons  as So f Enderby Edenograph. �� no danger whateviir from whooping   , j cough when it is given.    It has  been  Scistic RmbhsHhb Cored. used in !Dan}' epidensics of that disease  j with perfect success.    For sale by all  And Boundary Mining. Journal  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of C-uiarJeU  She amendment oi the Mine-rjl Ac!,  bat for several years past fen- or none  cf t$iem~bave been adopted by the  late makers. In the past there ha*e  i>eea too many'amendments to the  "I have been subject to sciatic rheu-! druggists,  matism for years,'' writes  E. H. War- j   .��� ,-   -.   ��� ��.- den. of Wilton Junction,  loaa.    "Myj  act, aid while good syggestions  l.ase joints *ou!d crack whe<j I straightened j  doubtless beea made for changes, it is UP;   I u<;ed .Chaaiberlain's Pain Balm '  \L*\ ol Donations received eiuce Jan  _  In five years more thau 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined atul  smelted here, with a valuation of over $12,500,000. And the industry if!  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoenix���-not one or five  miles distant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can i>ivc you tlifc  best, latest and most reliable news of the mines and smellers of the Hdulitlitty,  Hospital Dauntless  a pretty safe asseiticn that the proving 3nf/>3^ ^ ^oroughly cured Hare Isi.iSftS, tottePhoeo  ..r.   3 c    J,   ,, .             .            ,,    "ol had a pain or ache from the old uitah    .  iK&beap&cd of Ut. yean, because the ,roUble for many months.   It is cer- o��bto     General Hos-  act has been leir alone.   It appears tainly a roost wonderful liniment." For Sthfe3  that this year will be no esecptjjon  s.tle by ail drug^sts.  Epok Cue  iSrfiinoj.^oc..   B. KotrcW  -J. B. MlC3'-l'2Tj   A. P. "Zem I  -A.B.H.C]ork|  The Pioneer is -worth $10 per year���but it costs only $2,  if the  coin comes with the order,    Mukr nil orders  payable to the - , ' ,  W. B. W8LLCOX, Hmmer.  a*  Phoenix, British CoiumWo  m  1  E  4  Y.  % ii/A&yA-.'-zk  pel  TBE PHOKNIX PI0N12B.  ESTAHLISHED   1859.  > ^FORTY-TWO';-!!^  v,.._;" ���feKNSlVEi:i#|KiGN''CbNNECrioNsX '-*���# v# .Jill..;  :J/STATEMENT."-^:^^-^-v-i  LIABILITIES: ������-  : ; Juii. 2iiti. 19C5. RESOURCES.' ?    ^  apltal psid up .................-"-��J.W.93J,��0  wpgftrve ;,...;....... �� j ,wsj,umi.u 1  Undivided prollts etc.......     218,438.14  Hills IticlrtuUtlon        - - 1 ,(*50,8JO im  Ittrtiusitt. !ti uirienmtoouiii 2,U9),7,J1 81  f epoitlls In Ss virtus department- 1,9A.->V2 47  ��l(i,180,l.'7 7i  Cashou hand,,,..,,.,,,  - t is Ramie  Due from othorbanks" ... "r W557J.?  I>eposK with coinlnion gov't tlXj'wOOU  (jo\unrneiit, munldpsl and o-her '    '  bo.uls mid tecuritler �����S,439 6->  >BIIS _ > Jl.<JU5 04"nT  Hani estate, tnorWaKOs, bank prem     .'   "    ���  Ises and orher usfpw 618,483.90  *it>,7a6t427\72  JAS. MACKINNON, General Manager!.;,  The new edition of the COPPER HANDBOOK lists unci describes 3 3] 1 %-op-  ncr uiiiM'H and topper mininir rompiunei', in all parte of the worlil, .-urning the  globf, tliicutU'si'iiptionu langing fn-in Ivio lin.-tt tol2p��Kt'gin length, according 10  importance of the mines. The (lewiiplioneaie not timidcd, hut give facts in the  niobt condensed mid get-at-able form.  Theruiiit'tils ��liitfenmiBf��llani'0UH chapters, devoted to 'the Historv, Uses  TiTiiiinoloKVi Orography, Ucology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finance*  mid .SiutlHties of t'oppcr, render ng the volume a visriiuble encyclopedia of the tub-  iuct of Oojiper ami everything pertaining to the metnl,  It If the World'* Standard Reference Book on Copper  Every Miner, Prospector, Inwator, Bunker, and Broker needs the book. Price  is J5 in Biickrain binding with gilt top, or ��)7.60 in fnll libiary inoirocco, and the  hook, Ineifher binding, will he sent, /ullv prepaid,on approval, to arty addreu iu  the world, 10 be paid for if round satisfactory, or may returned within a week of re  eeijiianJ theeharge cancelled.   Address the Authorantl Publisher^ '���  ,�����  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Poit Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A. ;  Gait Coal  delivered to any, part of  the city.  JL  Hay, Grain,  Oats, Wheat, Feed.'eic.  Large stock.  ���it        Good Dry Wood.        j&     4  PALACE LIVERY'ST^BtSJ  McINTYRE & McDONALD, PropsT  Knob Hill Ave,      ^IffAtl" '     Phoenix, B. C.  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.'  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  G-lobe (daily) both for One,  ytar    Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  G-lobe, (weekly) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  _���������   /Including Handsome PortraitN  ytJai    ^ofKitig Edward, \ixu inches../   Phoenix Pioneer and New York.  World,  Thrice-a week, both  ,  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year... ..,.--.-.-.-.--.--:-  $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  i<*ofbpeH��tf(ifb.  ..The publication of tables showing  the output of ore in the more im  portapt;-mining camps of, the- province  is of much service, statistics of the kind  often proving useful in the interests of  the districts directly concerned as well  of the��� 'nining industry generally.  The  most prominent instance 'of  excellent  work, of this nature is that of'the Phot-  nix Pioneer, which not only continu  ously publishes a comprehensive table  ,Jhowir!g;the production of Boundary  district mines covering the whole period  during   which   they   have   been producers, adding each week's production  as made, but as well sends out far and  wide weekly statements of the output  of these mines.    We frequently see in  New York and London  publications,  tp'give examples of wide-spread .publicity; torinage'statistics that we recognise as having been first published in  the   Phoenix   Pioneer  or    Rossland  Miner, the latter also, to a smaller extent, doing good work in the direction  here indicated.  The task of obtaining  information  from mines so scattered as are those of  the .Boundary is by no means a light  one, as our own experience has shown  us, so we can better appreciate the efforts of the editor of the Pioneer than  can many others not so well informed  on the subject.    We have pleasure in  diwrrin^attenrion to^hti-vahieand im  porta'rice vpf, tliis; work, (and/we com  mend ji'to;ail;interested'ih--minuig in  thfe province as?meriting more practical  appreci&tion.than ii usually receives. -'  We  have   already   mentioned the  Rossland   Miner;- other   newspapers  doing e;ood service in a like direction  are the Sandon Standard and  Slocan  Drill, while the Kaslo Kootenaian, the  Lardeau   Mining   Review  and Ymir  Herald' have recently added  the output of mines in their respective districts to the information thus made  available for a  much  wider  field of  publicity  than the local one.   There  is just one suggestion we offer, and  it  is made in no carping spirit but simply  with a desire to add to the value of the  statistics published, vu., that there be  an occasional verification of the figures  purporting to exhibit the output of individual mines.   The adoption of this  course    would  obviate the  necessity  that otherwise exists for making at the  end of yearly periods corrections ^ that  tend to suggests doubt as to the reliability of the tonnage figures published  throughout the year.  MAKING COPPER  AT8c. PER POUND  So Says Boston Paper About  Granby Co.  The Boston News Bureau of recent  date has the following notice regarding  the well known Granby Co., which will  be read with considerable interest:  The Granby Co. is understood to be  earning between $6o,ooo and $70,000  per month net.  Numerous bids have been received  by important financial interests for the  150,000 shares of treasury stock, but  to no purpose.  There is a growing interest in the  stock abroad, and recently, when the  stock was selling round 5 and 5 1-2, a  bid of s r-2 was made by a foreign  buyer for a large block of the shares.  The company \s stated to be making  its copper for 8-cents per pound and  recovering from each ton of ore 28  pounds of copper, and between $1.50  and $2 in gold and silver. The man  agement proposes to put the mine in  the investment class and is making its  plans on the basis of 12c copper. The  largest interests in the company are  extremely optimistic regarding the  future of the enterprise.  TRYING TO WOMEN  ���=^:    *_  Are the Peculiar Ills Brought on by Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs.  (Pe-ru-na tea Tonic Especially Adapted to Their Peculiar Diseases.)  Catarrh Is a very frequent cause of  that class of diseases popularly known  as female weakness. Catarrh of tbe  pelvic organs produces such a variety  ol disagreeable and Irritating symptoms tbat many people���In tact, tbe  majority of people���have no Idea tbat  tbey are caused by catarrh.  A great proportion of women have  some catarrhal weakness which has  been called by tbe various doctors she  bas consulted by as many different  names. These women have been  treated and have taken medicines, with  no relief, simply because the remedies  are not adapted to catarrh. It Is through  a mistaken notion as to the real nature  of tbe diseases that these medicines  have been recommended to them.  Halt the women who are suffering  with any form of female weakness  would write to Dr. Hartman, Column  bus, Ohio, and give him a complete  description of their symptoms and the  peculiarities of their troubles, he will  Immediately reply, with complete directions tor treatment, tree of charge.  "Health and Beauty," a book written  especially tor women, sent tree by  Dr.  Hartman,   Columbus,   Ohio,  j;::THE^OBSERYATIRY  I Things Talkkd op at  I Home and Elsewhere  I  'Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodi-...  calB at publiuhera lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  ;  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C. m:r-  Spokane Falls  .yhe only.all'ratlroute between points  cast, west and south 'to: Rosslajpd',,Nel-  8dh," Gmnd Forks and (Republic.':������.,  ; ���jBiiffet cars run between Spokairt,and  $elB"on..;' . '; * :?;':v'V 1...,.-' V '.'!'  -; K^     .UyFECTIVEi.MARCH. 5-.t9<>5     ;���?':  I-Ceeve. '������%���.*"'*-.%������:'������'���      Arrive  9:5<>tL iu.'....i.~y....PItoeuix.;;���...;v. .j;jo p.m.  gj&a.m.,.;..... Spokane........;.... 6:20 p. m.  '���o;J5��. m i..KossIai|d....:... .......4:55 p.m.  9rjoa. m Nelson.;. .,..,,..,..6 30 p. m.  'a:ji>fl. m ...:.....'...Gtatid Vorlcs.....:���.i....u:i5s. m.  ,5:fl<>'ti. m ���: .....Republic.................8:30 p, m.  Save Time ail the time  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  tthicli Rives Perfect Work in theshortest  lime with the greatest ease of operation.  Write for Catalogue.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B.'C.  Fonnde(H8J)2-rInc.orpoiated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides n. Christian home for students of both sexes atjnoderate rates.  Has a, preparatory cIasa"for j'inior stud-  <Wp, doing grade public school work.  l'oeBhigh school work, confers all Iiij^li  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiato Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A In University work, can take students through  Hie complete Arts Course, and the degree of BllA. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college ia in  toll affiliation.  ^For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sippereil, B.A..B.D , Principal: or Bw. J. P. Bowell, Buraar.  Latest Mining  Stock Quotations,  AnierlcaiiBoy   Hen Hur ���   Black Tall    B. C. Copper   Canadian CJoUl l'lelds ........  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-div.)...  Center .Star   Crow's Nest Pass Cob!...;   Dcnoro Mines   Pnirview   Fisher Maiden   (iiant  ������ ."  Granby Consolidated   International Coal.... .-  Juno ���   MornliiK Ulory    Mountain Uo.ii   Montreat & Bositon   North Star, (K. K.)   Payne .'   Qullp :;   Rambler-Cariboo     Sail Poll '������������  Sullivan   St. KiiRciie   Tom Thumb ....................  War. Kaale Consolidated   Waterloo (Ass. Paid)....;   White Bear �����   ASKED  . 8  3  ������J? 50  2  ="5  $6 40  3  .'**:  30  8  f' 5��  s   ��� '  '���'���Hi.  aJi  9  ���  50  f  ��� ia  1H  4  8  14  7  45  ������ 1   .  ���' IOf ���  Tikinf Decpcrale Ch��ccs.  It is true that rnany contract colds  and recover from them without taking  any precaution or treatment, and a  knowledge of this fact leads others to  take their chances instead of giving  their colds the needed attention. It  should be borne in mind that every  cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality, makes the system less able to  withstand each succeeding cold and  paves the way for more serious disease.  Can y;u afford to take such desperate  chanceS when Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy, famous for its cures of colds,  an be had for a trifle? For sale by  all druggists.  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,  ;      Vancouver  AND; ALL-j.PAOIF^COAST POINTS.  , '������      St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Palace and Tourist SleeperBj^Buffel  Library Care, Modern diiy Coaches, Dining Cars; Meals a' La Carte, i  Best Meals on -Wheels, ,  9 Past Trains Daily 2  ** HAST AND WEST.  For rates and folders and full information regaidinu trips call on or address  any agent of the S. ��. & N. Railway or  H. A.-'Jackson,       .   H.Brandt;  G. F.& P. A., C. P. &T. A.,  Spokane,       701 W. Riverside,  Waeh. Spokane, Wn.  M. M. Stephens, Local Agent.  Phoenix, B.C.  Is Your Doctor Bill Large?  ' Besr way to keep it small is not to  call the doctor, but use Nervilipe instead. For minor ailments like colds,  coughs,- chills, cramps, headache and  stomach trouble Nerviline is just as  good-as any doctor. It breaks up a  cold in'one night, cures soreness in the  chest, and'for neuralgia, toothache and  rheumatism you can't get anything  half fo good as Nerviline for cramps,  colic, and pain in the stomach extends  far and widel--" Good for- everything a  liniment can be good for and costs  but 25c for a large bottle.  Whatever may be the cause, the C.  P. R. is operating a' better train on the  Phoenix branch than heretofore. Beginning last Saturday a second coach  was added the train, so that at present  ladies do not have to travel in the  prehistoric ramsackle of a combination  car that has done service on the branch  for years, and was evidently in use on  some other branch for a score of years  before that. Score one for the C. Ij  R., even if,there are not so many  travelling to and from Phoenix over  that great railway as formerly. If this  thing keeps up, the first thing travellers-  know Canada's greatest railway will be  operating dining and sleeping ��� cars to  Boundary's greatest mining camp.  In this connection, we have also  been informed that the C.P.R. is now  having built ,a special combination  coach for the Phoenix run, to be in  commission some time this spring.  Can it be possible that James J. Hill  has been the cause of stirnn-- the C.P.  R. to do things hereabouts?  ����� ,..  Sandon's breezy weekly, the Standard, it is said, is to be - enlarged and  improved and,made more of a mining  paper. It is also to have a typesetting  machine, if reports be correct. We  had been laboring under the impression  that the Cranbrook Herald was the  onh/ weekly in the Kootenays that  had made money enough to afford such  luxuries, but it seems that there are  others.'  ���*>  ; We notice a new use for the eastern  department store catalogues by some  of our contemporaries, and it is probably the best use they were ever put  to, that is, for newspaper wrappers,  f/ere's a pointer.  A friend of the Pioneer has suggested that the editor of this widely read  publication use his thoroughbred blood  hound for tbe purpose of rounding' up  delinquent subscribers. However, the  class of persons who take and read the  Pioneer are not of that kind that need  such chasing, as they believe in paying  for what thoy get���if they do not forget it. As an example, it is a safe  wager that in response to this notice,  delinquents to a consjder.tble number  will take the hint, to say nothing of the  new readers constantly being added to  our fist.  Nbw that the fishing season is on  agaitj,- the disciples ol Isaac Walton  are getting, their tackle in shape to  make good, if possible. In this connection,, it is said that Captain George  Smith, who has the reputation of having sailed many a wintry sea, was recently presented with an admiral's flag  by his loving friends, which may be  unfurled on his first voyage this season. .'  Mrs. Ixralss Westbrook, No. 9 Eujt  Columbia St., Detroit, Mich., SecreUry  of the West Side Lotos Club, writes:  "For geyeral years I suffered with  leucorrhoE��i and painful menstruation,  which was followed by general debility,  until I-was but a wreck of myself.  Thanks to Feruna I am a well woman  to-day."���Louise Westbrook.  Miss Jeaslemone Westland, No. 767  Bean Wen At*,, Detroit, Mich., District  Deputy of Detrr.it Independent Order of  Good Templars, writos ns follows:  "Poruna has been,a blessing to mo  and gladly do I indorse it. For two  years I suffered with catarrli of the  stomach, I lost flesh and grew thin and  emaciated, nervous and exhausted, so  that I could neither work or enjoy  life, I began taking Perunaandcan now  eat and enjoy everything I cat. I have  been -well over a year now." ��� Miss  Jcssiomeno Westland.  Miss AHqo Drossier, of No. 1313 North  Bryant Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., write*  as follows concerning Peruna:  "I was suffering from catarrh of the  throat and head. One of my college)  frlonds, who was visiting me, asked ma  to try Feruna and I did so and found it  all and moro than I had expected. It  not only cured mo of the catarrh,.but  restored me to perfect health,"���Alice  Dressier.  Miss Mamie Groth, Platteville, Wis.,  I writes: v  "1 have for several years suffered  with frequent backache and would for  sovoral days havo splitting headaches.  Several of my friends advised me to  take Peruna and I asked my physician  what ho thought of it. Ho recommended it and so I took it and am  entirely without pain of any kind now."  ���Mamio Groth.  In a recent letter from No. 2 Grant  Ave., Denver, Col., Mrs. Ida L. Gregory  writes:  "Somo six years ago my husband suffered with nervous prostration, and  advising with a friendly druggist he  brought home a bottle of Peruna. His  health was restored from its use, his  appetite was increased and restful sleep  eamo to hint."���Ida L. Gregory.  MissPIorenoe Murphy, No. 2703 Second  Avo., Seattle, Wash., writes:  "I Buffered for over a year with female  trouble, and although I tried several  physicians none of them seemed to bo  ablo to holp me permanently.  "It only took alittlo over three bottles  of Poruna to make me well and strong.  I never have backache, headache or bearing down pains any more."���Florence  Murphy,  Oae Lady's Recommendation Sold Fitly Boxes  of Chamberlain's Stomach aod  Liver Tablets.  I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets on the; recommendation of one  lady here, who first bought a box cf  them about a year ago. She never  tires of telling her friends and neigh;  bors about the good qualities of these  Tablets.���P. M. Shore, Druggist, Rochester, Ind. The pleasant purgative  effect of these tablets makes them a  favorite with ladies everywhere. For  sale by all druggists.  If You're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  Phoenix  ��������� Once again it is up to the scribes of  the province to organize, and the place  suggested is New Westminster at the-  time of the Dominion Exhibition. Attempts along this line have been made  in the past, and it is to be hoped thai  this time it will be successful-. It will  be, too, if the newspaper men realize  their own best interests.  ' " Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsmnnl  - To heal and soRen the skin and remove grease  oil and met stains, paint and oud earth, etc., use  theh��MBSter Mechauic's" Tar-Soup-.- Albert  Toilet Soop Co. Mira  Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and  Freshest  News of Boundary's Mines'  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  address:  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Cancellation of Reserve.  NOTICE is hereby given that the reservation  ,'��tablished in pursuance of the provisions of the  ���M-olumbiaand Western Knilway Subsidy Act.  .896," notices of which were published iu the  Hriti5h Columbia Gazette and daied 7th Mav,  1S96,and 5th June, 1896, respectively, are her by  cancelled.  Crown lands situated within the area embraced by the said reservation will be open to  sate, settlement, lease and other disposition, under the provisions of the "I.aisd Act", three  mouths after the date of the first publication of  this notice in the British Columbia Gazette; provided, however, thai in all cases where lauds are  so sold, pre-empted, leased or otherwise alienated l>v the Government ami are subsequently  lound, upon the survey of the Columbia and  Western RailwayOmpauy'sblocks, toliewholly  or in part within such blocks, then the |>ersoiis  so acquiring such lands shall acquire their title  thereto from the railway company, who have  agreed to deal with such purchasers, pie-empt-  ors, lessees, etc.,oti the same terms and conditions as the government would under the provisions of the "Land Act," except iu icspect to timber lands on the company's blocks,which shall be  subject to the regulation;- issued by the company  relative to the cutting of timber 011 the Columbia  nud Western Railway Land Grant.  W. S. CORK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lauds and Works.  1,31'ds ami Works Department,  Victoria. B. C.,23rd Ifebruary.iqos.  WANTED.���MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, that are tired of  working for small wasres, to qualify as salaried  od writers or show-card writers through our  Instruction by mail. Prices low; terms easy: no  books to buy.   Send for circular, statins where  {ou saw this ad and which position youvrant.  NTXHNATIONAI,    COKRESPO.VDEKCb'   SCHOOLS.  Ecranton, Pa.     _..  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The '''Continent  I'lirough Salt Lake City, Glenwootl Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver. "',.'  A daylight Ride Through Nature's ArlGailery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge. ,,.  3 Post Trains Daily Bet, Qgden and Denver"^  ��� Equipment and Service Second to None ���  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  W.  For Detailed Information, address  C.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  Phoenix  G*ee  ��J Stage Line t  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.00 a. m.")  1.3b p. 111. J  - Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE/ Proprietor.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Impkovkments.  NOTICE.  Summit, Mayflower, Hopewell, I'alsnm Fractional, Cabot rVaellonal and Mayflower Fractional Mineral olainu, situate in the Oreen-  wrod Mining Division of Yalo District.  Where located���in Summit caini)  Talto Notlco that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as RReut  for Poucald Mclmils, Free Miner's CortUlCKle  No. 1)71591; (leorge W. Kiimbortter, Free  Minor's Certificate No BSOVO; and Thomas Quarters  Roderick, Free Miner's C.-rtillcaie No. HSW01, Mt  intend, sixty days trom the date herof to apply to the MlniiiK liecorder (or certificates of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  < rown tl.ants for the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced bifore the issuance of such Ceitificatesof Improve incuts.  Bated this-29th dayor September, A. 1). 1504.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Tilot luiucralclaini, situate in thcGrcemvood  iiiiniiigdivision of Yale district.  Where located���in Providence cum p.  Take notice Hint I, Isaac II Hallett, as airent  forThoinas Roderick, Free Minet'.s Certificate  No. IIS04OI. and James Marshall, Free Miner's  Certificate No 1)804:9, intend, sixtv days fioin  theilnte hereof, to apply to the Milling Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Oratit of the above  claim.  And further tnke notice Hint action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this J5H1 day of January, A. 1). 1505.  I. II. HAI.I.IUT.  Wanted.  Men and women.in this county and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established house of  solid financial standing. Salary to  men $21 weekly, to women $12 to $18  weekly with expenses advanced each  Monday by check direct from head-  Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  Motion Bldg., Chicago, III.  f \ 0 �� a  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  XBb- The most perfect)- appointed Iltn.ib  ami Pleasure Result in tbe \tfest, with a cout-  liU'tesystelll ol ttatbs���including Turkish an I  Kussiaii. Open the year round. Tbe curative  properties of Its waters are uucqualed.  I'orCurinc. all Rheumatic. Neivolls and Mus-  cular'I'rouiiU-s.  Vor IlealiiiKiill  Kidney,  Liver  and  Stomach  nilniMits.  Vor KliiniunliiiK nil Metiillici'oisaiis from the  System  The ^tnndelir o( the jivucry is iitirivnU'-d  Mollutaiiis, snow pejits, forests, bikes.wnter'nlIs,  boulin^ynchtiuK, fishhiK. slioetiue,, exciltfiii m  tenuis. Its winter climate is linsinpasscj for  mildn-*s.  i  .r.i-:yMv;:*:.,iT.^��sJs-'  \..ji  , A,J I..  'It*  ft. WL  ilm  ���^!  ^/'���"'SiiS  t  r"��|I .,"*,��,  ���5! ml.  ��� n!.i  -)1  ���   V 1V-  f��ri  ���i-!'  Hii,i  m  Hi  Ik  f I  SI  ll  I.  ��'"! ������'".,*i  1  ':S  7. ,*r. ,  ���"V.- ��� '.'Vc  i��l  7"'  *;  rT=^  -TO.'  ���T  w.'    I-  ���i.'f  .*���<  .��-��l7t~-sjr;  't     -i". 1'  * -    1 ���'"������;��� ?f* ���������j  ��� . ..,_-.^...   ,ii-| TTTT���        ���   *~   ' '*    -T"l    11H      s, ��-S,n      I-��  ���'������   *,j".1 '-< ".   " -v"*"' '-is ���:���"," *> ��� 'ii".  .     . ' ���" r't-i*". "rll-SsL : ; l5i:lr-"-'."Ai fern  p?.\ - -  ft.  4 ���'  (**'~r  -���Mrt. *  u A:  "M  ^  i.O>  ',_* V  /���'-  l/A  '-' O  i*  THE PHOENIX P20HSBB,  Blood Putitiets  A great many of the so called blood purifiers  now on the market are  nothing  more than  drastic purgatives, which do   a great  deal  I more harm than good.   For a  SPRING MEDICINE  Iwe recommend Churchill'sSarsaparilla a thor-1  oughly and  medicinally correct pieparalion.  .PHONE  44-  Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  Leading Hotel of Boundary'* Leading  .    Mining Camp.  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave, and First St.,  PHOENIX, II. C.  J. A. MriMSTER  , Proprietor.  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms  v        Dr. Mathison, dentist. ~       >  The old reliable, Boyle, the druggist.  iFor International Coal stock, see J.  L. Martin. '  Quality first, price next; Boyle, the  druggist. .  Dr. 1 Simmons,   dentist,   Balmoral  'hotel April 9 to 12. '  '-_   See Bob, the Tailor's newad in this  issue. ' It will interest you. >  ,!   Dr. Mathison, dentistS5jH<Jtt his  ;office, .Bank blocl, from  to 14th.  Deeds, Mortgages and Bills r of Sale  made/out   and   recorded., , Ed.  H.  -> Mortimer, Notary Public - ���t ,  ." 'For large returns and good dividends, buy. International, Coal stock of  ; J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  ;   Descriptions and -prices of Mason  & ! Risen   pianos can be had from  \ Mortimer, the agent. ,  Have you sa shipment that wants  clearing through "the customs? If so,  get Mortimer,the brok'er.to attend to it.  '     The nursing staff of the hospital was  increased this week by the arrival of  Miss Winnifred H. Cope, of Vancou  ver. 1  Martin made a trip to Curlew garden and orchard,  on Thursday. 1       '  Perscriptions our specialty, Boyle,  the druggi-���  * Several flakes of snow  dence here this week.  Phoenix  w.is   again   favored  small snowstorns this week.  Lowney's chocolates  in  bulk and  boxes, Boyle, the druggist.  Marsh Block, furnished or unfurnished, for rent.    Granby Exchange.  A. W.Haley, returned Monday from  a vjsitto Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, wheie  Mrs Haley is making a visit.  For Rent���Marsh Block, on Lot 12,  Block  16, Old    Ironsides   addition.  Apply to  Richard   Marsh,  Rossland,  JB.C. j  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8 wi 11  hold its   semi-annual installation of  officers at the regular weekly meeting  tonight. v  Christopher W. Greer returned  Wednesday from the vicinity of  Kamloops,  where he has taken  up  I some land. J '  >>  The attractiors of Harold Nelson  [were so great last Wednesday evening  that no regular  meeting of the city  fathers was held. <  _ Richard P. Williams, of Rossland,  representing the Jenckes Machine Co.,  of Sherbrooke, Quebec, spent a couple  of days in the city this week.  George H. Noble, of Vancouver,  representing Bradstreets, arrived yesterday. He is a brother of Miss  Noble, the clerk in the postoffice,  P. J. Dermody was a visitor in the  city Sunday with Mrs. Dermody, who  has but recently arrived at Greenwood  with her children from Vancouver.  Joseph H.Graham returned Wednesday from a land seeking trip to Kamloops, and after looking the landscape  o'er decided that Phoenix appeared  pretty good to him.  Sunday morning Miss Virginia L.  Tuttle, aged 24 years, and only child  of. Mr., and Mrs. J. B.Tuttle, died at  Grand Forks, being carried away by  that dread disease, consumption. ���  Fear Acre Trad Per Sale.'  For sale, one four acre tract, well  fenced and cleared small farm house,  good water. Just outside of1' western  city limits.    Ideal   place for, market  Monday, April 24, is the date selec'  ted by the Catholic Ladie's Aid for the  Eastei Monday ball, to be given at  Miner*' Union hall, and for which  tickeio are now on sale. The ladies are  working hard to make this an even  greater success than the last one, and  that would be saying not a little.  Millinery Has Arrived.  My new stock of millinery has'arrived and is on  display  at   my   residence, Dominion avenue.    It includes |  ladies  to  dren's hats. A-* cordial invitation is  extended to the ladies of Phoenix and  vicinity to call and inspect.  Mrs. A. Almstkom.  Suits  S3�� fcf/�� toys  To make a drive on  -���, -��� m ���,���..���.    ........���u~ I wil1 make su'^o order for the/next  dies' trimmed, untrimmed and ready- 3�� day* with a choice of  iwear hats: also a full line   of chil- IjmwaWaiI D-,-,1^L.  I��J���i  ren's hats.   A-' cordial   invitation is W^A EllfllSMqSl  and Scotch Goods:  Granby Exchange  )ur store is so full ot*gopds we can scarcely store away the next   1 ���  ^The city council is abouMo  Grand Hotel  Corner Howard and Main Sts.  SPOKANE.  Phoenix People SJ.HJ*  generally,will find ft home in Spokane a'  the Grand Hotel. -Recently remodelled  and reinrnielied. .Under the management of E. E, Phair, late of Hotel Phair,  Neleon.B.C.  All British Columbia papers on file.  EmopeKii plan. Rite* 50 cents to $2,00  per ilnv.   Kiee on* mens all trains.  First-class fit and  finish guaranteed.  ALL NEW GOdDS  Bri  >es.   We intend  busines.    We intend to move���that wilt  bave-decjdedto give a little  larger dis-  implete Housefumishmgs.  Large  range of the Latest StylesNn  HATS and CAPS just received,  from 50c to $5 each.   Call  .  and examine.  R. HORRELL  "Bob" the Tailor.  Knob Hill Ave. * :   Phoenix, B,  netropolflfan Cafe  DANNV DEaW. Pfoprietor  Open Day and Nightv  o\  Turfoy and Chicken Din  Lowest Rates"  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  the  E. W. M. Tysons,   of  Greenwood,  has received his certificate as a Dominion land surveyor.    He has been associated , with% A. E. Ashcroft,. P. L. S.,  -for1 several years. '    '  \      James McNicol, of Midway, one of  (*   the oldest merchandisers in the Boundary���starting in the early n.'neties,���  is about to leave this district and enter  business in Vancouver. x  Alex Munroe, of <the Montreal^  Boston 'Consolidated,' after   looking  ���   over the Rawhide mine last Saturday,  ���went to Spokane   the, same day and  thence east, with the expectation of returning shortly."  Percy F. Godenrath, well known to  the newspaper fraternity of the Boun  v'dary and Kootenays, is now travelling  through the province,,representing the  Week, a bright weekly of Victoria.  He will doubtless reach this section in  his travels.  Any of the local mining shares  for  ale.    E. H. Mortimer.  ^-^s city band is furnishing  Sunday aftftijgpn concerts in that  city.  J. j. Campbell, the -Prison  manager, was in the Boundtetyjast Sat  urday. .  ,Chas. Oman was taken to the iho-  pitala few days ago, suffering fiom  typhoid fever.  Any one desiring a ranch at a reason-  ableprice should read the ad in an  ier co  S. T. Coulton, ioBftBtlf' with  unter-Kendrick Co. here/isno"  ted at Fernie.  Sutherland, provincial boiler in  specftor, of Nelson, was a visitor here  Monc% on official business,  T.W>ffiagm5~*as acquired the  land loc^tmg^ver, andlhjs week went  over to  ,   PL P  representikive, of Rossland, was" doing  business flfch the Boundary mining  managers thflkweek.' ���  1 The CatholicSudies' Aid, who will  give a ball on EaSter Monday, luve  secured the Reynold\prchestra to furnish the music for^lwtrb^casion'  -William   J  general agent  St. Ai^drews| Presbyterian _.  Service tomorrow jit. 11   a.  m.  7:30 p. m. ^6unday school and Bibl  class at 2:30 p\m.    Res  MacColl,   B. \, pas|  welcome to all  Methodist���-Services  7.30 p. m. at. the! new  jastor preaching a/both services  la> LLliuul at J.30 p. rh  vitation is extended to  Perley, B. \>, pastor.  >tholic���Church of Our Lady o  the^pod Counsel.���Divine Service  every antland 4th Sunday of each  month. Hbly Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 7:30 pNjL Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p>m. Father J. A,  Bedard, O-M.L, PaW.  views of the Phbenix mines.  worth  while to examine our extensive .  stoclj in the several lines.  ���   ���   '        .;  ,NOB'HILL AVE.,      PHOENIX   Best Time  -  EAST  i  Toronto,     Montreal,     New York,  Maritime Provinces, and    -  New England.  - V.VJWST  ,-;-  -   Vancouver, '..'Victoria,     Seattle *  California Points.  Unequalled  Passenger Service, Standard and Tourist Sleepers; Coaches,  ��� > - and ��� Dining Cars.- < , I  Tourist Sleeper Service  Leave   Revelstoke  Mon-  WEST 4 Wed.; Thur.; Sat. for   Se-  _ attle and Vancouver.  Leave Dunmore Jet. for  EAST -I Toronto�� -.Wed- *nd Sun.  , v.' j Montreal,' Mon. and Fri.  ",-"���, Boston, Friday  Meals at  All Hours.  SUMMIT  HOTELS  Sunday, b to 8 p.m  ���MAW  caLfistatc and Mines  [QUSfis-ttJ Rent,��City'Proi)erty for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mines lought and sold.  Rumberger  formation   about   Phoenix   and, the  Boundary country given on application.  s. .*, Phoenix, B. C.  WHO SAYS SO?   Hundrec  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  heliew  satisfied  kit come  (tor.  RANcTTFOfe  SALE.  he Okanogan on thta mission.  3ickinson7tbf>Gjant powder  DiBiucr.  A Bargain For Cash.  160 acres of land i�� miles from Dauv lie,  Wash., as acres in grain, 14 liead of cattle, 3  horses, mid 100 cliickens, wagon, delglm and  other farm Implements, with good houses nifd  barno. Will be sold cheap for cash Apply to  M-4t   - riONEEK PUB.'co,        '  <        '      Thoenix, B. c,  wiss,   of Vancouver,  the   MutualNLife of  .,���* ^  '   r   1  I,   1*  r   ?  The school by-law, to build a new  school building at a cost of $40,000  at Nelson, was turned down by the people there this week by~a majority of  61. This is said to ensure the building of the power plant for that city on  Kootenay river.  , It is said that the proposition to  have the mails brought into Phoenix  over the Great Northern is being  worked on by the American and Cana-  dian postoffice departments. It is  hoped that the red tape will i e un-  wound at an early date.  The S. C. Telephone Co. is getting  ready to rebuild its line from Cascade  to Phoenix, a distance of about 25  miles as the poles are set. About  1,200 new poles will be required.  Next week permanent repairs to the  line in Phoenix, which was damaged  by the fire, will probably be made.  George McKenzie, who left Green  wood a year ago for the north, returned last week foi a brief visit with  friends in the Boundary. He is located on Curry creek, a tributary of  .the Omineca river. He made the trip  out frorrl camp to Port Essington, a  distance of over ��� 400 miles, in six  weeks on snowshoes.  The local lodge of Eagles are issu  ing,most elaborate inviiations to the  officers and membeis of the lodges at  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Republic,  Chesaw, Loomis, Rossland and   Nel-  Canada, is spending a few days inNthe  city in the interest of that well knowrJ-  company,  J. A. McMasler, &�� the Hotel Bal  morai, has had such aVreat demand  for rooms chat he has leaded ten rooms  in the Bank block, opbosite his  hotel.  Supt. J. S. Lattrerfce7~Sfsthe Koot  enay-Boundaiy division of the\C. P.IO  was a visitor here TueSfe^y. ffc did  not bring,, his private caSsosA this  time.  Dan  Docksteader  recently stole\a  march on his friends by going to SpA  kane a-id being married to Miss Buck  The   couple   have   settled   down  to  houskeeping.  Because of counter attractions  meeting of the Board of Trade,  was to have been held this week  nesday, was postponed for one  w  All members are  urged   by Secret  Mortimer to be present next week,  Last week Friday the Eholt Minstrels gave an entertainment and netted!  about $45, which will be applied to  fitting up the old school house as a  public hall, it having been purchased  by the citizens of the town for that purpose.  The funeral of John Rundquis  who died from the effect of "losing hi.  leg last week on the trolley line at the  Granby mines, was held last Saturday  from Minors' Union hall, Rev.E.W.C.  MacColl officiating. Over 200 men  Here in line, and inte'rment took place  in the Phoenix city cemetery  J. F. Royer starts his   t  Phoenix to Chesaw, Wash.,'  dislanct of 32 miles, He went over  the line yesterday  A pencil mark heref ^r  iBaremimlci thatvoursub-  scription to this papi-r is  now past <lue, and the publisher will appreciate vonr  "���Tinpt attention.      K0f  >.i.N0���5Bi�� hereby given that from and after  ��ie 30th day ol Ju.ie, 1905, the following de-  Si?, j . p<?.,?Lon ?r. '.h<r O����y��os Division ofyale  District will be withdrawn from the said Osoyoos  Division, and that the said portion will bees-  ta-lisbed a separate Land Recording Division,  I?, ^JS�����wn ?�� ">e Bimilkameen Division ot  Vale/tnn^sci^viz :  CofamerittOTKAt �� boint on the International  Boumtory vrheHjl h intersected by Fayaaton  r reek.^AWiigJleo the south-ea^t corner ol  Sllfi.. 1 f"���!!?^ D'str>et, thener foUowing  northerly along fe said freek and the South  F?.1?.?.fti,e.falmillV,lnecn R"��- ��o iU junction  S lthihf TulaineenUtiver, thence westerly aloiiR  the Tulameen RhcV to the mouth of China  Creek; thence northerly along China Creek to  its intersection with \he south boundary of tot  969, croup I, Kaj��taot��4ciyisio!i of Yale District:  thence due eastto theTa^rtijjank orokanacen  River; then* in a northerly dirStlon, foIiowW  tli= eastern shore or OEanaganSUyer and  Okanagan 4ake, to a point distant j6%ilrsdue  north ortheanternational Bonrittary: thenCMue  east to the Western bounda7v oFtheKooieni  Land Recording District, thence sSktherly fo  lowing the Mtld western ooundaiy of Kootenay  Df��<riet to the^oth Parallel; thence wjsvjjong  ��in Parallel to place of commencement. ^N.  _      ,   _         A ,   W.S GORB, X  Deputy Cotnmlssioucr of Lauds and Works.  Lands and Wc-'-- ~   Atlantic Steamship Agency  Through   bookings   to  and. from  Great Britain and the continent.  �����  For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or to .1       ,  A. w; Haley;        E.j;'Cov��,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, 8.C  J. S. Cartbr, JD. P. A.  Nelson. RC.  ,. '    customers.   If you doi't  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts. Shoes, Ties.ctc.  justarr^ed.    AH^ew seasonable goods at old '  ��^ and Cheapest prices. ^-  THdMASiBROWNi-  Men's Wear. Exclusively.  ^v  TlARny-McKENZlE BLK.  DOMINION AVK.. I'HOKNIX.  v /  i\  "Pefer  ^JuSTreceived   direct   from,  Scotland a Jarge shipment of \  V  ptch'  x-,  rv Ai��riVkf}��i.^��P4'ijQTi5;����T *..��.��..   GET  Victoria,,  :V��  House  ind  [orator.  0��i��  Watcb  ��� Bonndary Agenl��g;o,/<PAR8T7?ELKRRATp;n nPEy  Greenwood, B. C    * *- *  ������JAMES McCREATH, vrop.  ' <^m**-**i^.) PHOENIX, B. C. '       ,  Sign Anting on short notice.  '   :      EstimaXSH������ipHy' furnishedT  and keep,  np   -with  the time.  8%     j The only  I ^Bljable watch to carry.  Watch repairing a specialty.  m LMY,  TheJewfler. : KnpbHillAvo.  STATIONERY STRATHCONA  .   The finest in the  ���    C^ A��**aWil^  The finest in the  land.  NELSON, B.C  Cigars,-Tobaccos,. ��� fjf B- TOMKINS, Manager.  Newspapers,  Magazines!  AlexJHcRae, iSS.  lae leading ffofef of f fre Ifootenays  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  tOb^a*  WATCHMAKER  AND  JEWELER.  pairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  ^      Fine line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST., . . . PHOENIX, B, C.  s^^^^gL^^j^A-^.^* ..^  ^L.  ���^r^r^^^^^m^^^^'^^^  V.  .����  he Job Departme-atofthe  Phoenix Pioneer  equipped to turn out the Best Quality of  Stationery   for any  kind   of  business.     Special  jeution paid to work for Mines,   Stock, the best;  qua\ty, the highest grade.  DDRESS,'  'S'\  �� SOrt to attend the" tliird MnuaT7n.oto, | ^Ted Efi ^f ^u dT  which will be given here next Friday ' u r ,s horses-some twenty head.  Wenjng. An Elaborate programme Vl��ffi��T*JF��aux *? ^  being prepared for.^he occasion, and rnmde with S rc.on"eCM0nS.W]11  Mr-JTai^irhoiVto have charge,of ^"Jhere Tr ^..^'^ ^thern  theJfeWvitieS,asst^sa good  ti.nelfo w," wav'and Mr   i       * "&* ���  .all   ���",,,*    -v      j j ootli ways, and Mr. Royer anticipates  w*, , ��� a good trade.  LADIES' SHIRT WAISTO-They embrace a large assortment of styles, the latest desiens  ;        and colorings.   New shaped sleeves, neatly trimmed. ��� R  LADIES' WRAPPERS-A line we aresure will please you, in light and dark colors.  MEN'S HATS-Just received our new line of Hats for Spring and Summer.   New shanes in  Black, Brown and Grey Felt.    Also a nice range of Fedoras, Grarcos aS'stiff Hats  MEN'S SHIRTS-This is one of the finest and nicest lines we have ever carried as to styles  patterns, and completeness, detached cuffc. t0 ���,atch_ ^^^('a, as t0 stJ"cs'  ' MEN'S SHOES~See our new line of dress shoes in black and tan.  BOVS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING-A handsome line of Norfolks in Tweed  sorted patterns, light and medium mixtures, well made. '  See our New Line of Laces*  as-  PIONEEK BIX)0K,  'PHONE NO. 14.  ^i$$$ii:  ^^T^^ri��^i:^^  SiSffl  MayjWWWMWmanwm

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