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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 29, 1905

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 ; '\' V -u  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  Phoenix is. the Centre ,,  - r* l i "^ti  and   Leading Mining, ,_  Camp of Boundary,  AND  BOUNDARY MINING JOURNAL  Devoted to the Interests* of the Boundary Mining District '.    -' ,  Vefete'MVa Xsz'f  R    MAY 2-1905  X  �����  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,  BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, APRIL a9l" 1905.  {��TfifR^.t2''  The Big Store  News Department.  WORKING FUND  OF $250,000  Being Provided For Montreal  & Boston.  Julia Marlowe   Shoes  for Women.  Slater Shoes for   Men.  Lien Brand   Clothing  for Boys.  All wool clothes, double knees, double sewn  seams, buttons that won't  pull oft, neat patterns,  perfect fit, prices right.  It will be a pleasure for  you to see your boy fi tted '  out in one of our new Lion  Brand Suits.  Royal Brand Clothing For Men  Something out of the common  run of clothing. Stylish cut, perfect  fit, and the very Litest patterns.  Costs no more than the ordinary  and looks like a suit. We are very  proud of our clothing this year.  Serge suits, tweed suits and worsted suits, single and double breasted suits, two piece summer suits. -  Extra pants and fancy vests.  Some  of  the   Plans  of  Reorganization.  Boundary Miniisg Notes  See our windows for White  Cat under  ���*     wear and Black Cat hose.  The tlunfer-Kenhrtch (o., Ltd.  Grocery Depf.  Lettuce, New Cabbage,  Young Onions, Cauliflower  Spinach, Radishes, Oranges  Lemons, Strawberries and  Bananas  all at the lowest market prices.  Watch our window  from  now on for the choicest  lines', of fruit as they  come obtainable.  iw" Zealand Batter 40c per  Bin shipment- preserved l'eaclies,  Pears, Raspberries and Strawberries,  40c per glass.   They are extra fine.  Paints and Varnish Stains  all colors in handy sized cans  Poultry Net,  3. 4 and 5 feet wide.  rate Wall Finish  now in. This is a much superior article to  Somine or Alabastine being much easier a, -  plfed and making a much more durable and better looking finish, 5 packages 50c.  A visit to cmr store will convinee. you that you  are ahead to make this your main dealing place.  The following is the latest regarding  the reorganization pf the Montreal &  Boston Consolidated, which appeared  recently in a Boston financial journal:  It is proposed to issue $700,000 first  mortgage 6 per cent, bonds which are  underwritten at 80, and to change the  par value of the stock from %s, to $i,  giving present stockholders one share  of new stock, par $i, for every share of  old stock, par $5.  The capitalization of the new com  pany will compare with the old as fol  lows: Present capitalization, bond, six  per cent.; stock, 1,300,000 shares, par  $5.^'New capitalization, $700,000;  2,600,000 shares |>ar $1.  Of the above; 2,600,000 shares,  1,000,000 go to the old stockholders,  1,400,000 as a bonus with the $700,000  bonds on the basis of 200 shares of  stock with every $1,000 of bonds, and  200,000 shares for reorganization expenses and as a 'bonus to Munroe &  Munroe creditors.  As the creditors of Munroe & Munroe have 310,000 shares of stock, they  get as stockholders 1 x/z shares of new  stock for each share of old.  Mackenzie & ^ann, the original  owners of the Dominion group, have  underwritten $300,000 of the new  bonds, and they will be represented on  the board of directors of the new company. The directors will be divided  between theni and representatives of  the creditors and underwriting syndicate. The stock will be placed in a  two years' voting trust. One trustee  will represent iMackenzie & Mann, a  second the creditors and underwriters,  and these two will select a third.  There will be a-10 per cent, sinking  fund provision for the bonds after the  expiration of two years. The bonds  are callable at par after two years.  They will c ffered \o stockholders at 90  with the same stock b mus as underwriters secure.  The proceeds of the bonds will be  used to pay all the indebtedness due  on the Dominion group of mines and  on other properties, all floating debt  and leave a lash balance of $250,000,  Immediate steps will be taken lo enlarge the smelter from two to four furnaces, build a converting plant and  electrically equip the mines upon which  development work will lie pushed.  SOMETHING OF THE  ROSSLAND MERGER  Estimate of Basis of the Amalgamation.  A. J. McMillan,' managing director  of the LeRoi and Snowshoe companies, was in Ne son this week, and  he was credited with saying something  regarding the proposed amalgamation  of the large Rossland properties with  the Snowshoe mine in Phoenix camp.  In Rossland, however, on his return,  he denied thai he had be interviewed  at all in Nelson. Here is what the  Nelson scribe wrote:  "Although Mr. McMillan was reticent as to details of the amalgamation  beyond the assertion that it was certain to go through and that the North-  port smelter will be closed, the following details are on excellent authority,  and it will be found in.the sequel that  with a little adjustment as to the relative shares of the Gooderham properties and of the LeRoi they are substantially accurate.  "The capitalization is stated at $10,-  500,000. Of ihis sum $2,000,000 is  to be the working capital. These are  fixed amounts. The shareholders of  of the I.eRoi gel $3,000,000 in shares;  Centre Star, $2,400,000; War Eagle,  $2,000,000; Trail smelter, $1,000,000;  Snowshoe, $100,000. These are the  terms to which Director Waterlow is  stated to be willing to accede on behalf of the LeRoi and Snowshoe and  Director Blackstock is willing generally to accept on behalf of the War  Eagle and Centre Star. The manager  of the amalgamated properties is to be  W. H. Aldridgc, of Trail, on a salary  of $10,000 a year. The name of the  new combine has not been divulged  nor has it probably been settled. The  terms of agreement also include the  treating of all the ore of the properties  concerned at Trail."  A small force has been put to work  on the Twin claim, a portion of the  Greenwood towhsite being ' on the  Twin.     ,   ' ,53  The long tuitael on the Betts and  Hesperus is ruff in 350 feet, and it is  the intention {to drive that r much  farther. ���}- r  The long tunnel on the Golconda,  the Deadwood camp, is now in about 375  feet, and will be'in 500 feet in a couple  of months morie.   '  An important 4find was made this  week on the Bonnie Belle, near Greenwood, two feet of good galena being  struck   in the'shaft.   The   claim is  owned by Robert Wood.  *        1,  June 291b is'the.date selected for  the visit of the'Institute of American  Mining Engineers to Grand Forks and  Phoenix. An effort is also to be made  to get the partyi to visit Greenwood.  Owing to the illness of Messrs.  Waterlow andjjBlackstock, matters regarding.the amalgamation of the Snow  shoe mine with the large mines of  Rossland - are <at a standstill for the  present V]  President'F.'L. Underwood, Engi  W. H. Thomas and Manager F. Kef-  fer, of the B.. C. Copper Co., who  have been on a ten days' trip into the  Slmilkameen, returned Thursday, and  the first two will leave for New York  today. j-' ���  Coal miners at Fernie are negotiating with the management of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal.Co. for a new contract  to take effect on the 1st of June, when  the present two years' contract ex  pires. As yet- the two parties have not  come 10 an agreement.  A find of importance is reported  from the Bonetavista group, on Hardy  mountain, near Grand Forks, owned  by W. E. Capron. Four feet of quartz,  said to run high in gold, silver and  copper, were ��� uncovered, attracting  some attention to the group.  I*ast week Friday a few men employed at lining the * converter shells  at the Greenwood smelter, in the absence of Manager Keffer and Supt.  McAllister, -deciined-'tO'' labor-1^ longer  for $2.75 per day and walked out. They  asked 25 cents per day more, which  was granted.  Owing to repairs at the company's  smelter, the Brooklyn mine was shut  down for two days this week, but is  now outputing from 400 to 600 tons  daily once more. As this mine workb  every day in the year, this was the first  rest the employees had had for nearl y  nine months.  A new slag haulm" locomotive was  received this week at the Granby  smelter, making six steam locomotives  now in use at mines and smelter by  this company. The two extra large  furnaces and blowing engines for the  enlargements have also arrived at the  reduction works.  Manager Shallenberger, of the Crescent mine, now being activly operated,  in Skylark camp, two or three miles  from;Phoenix, expects to start work  shortly on a wagon road connecting the  mine with the Great Northern Pnoenix  branch, so that shipments of ore may  go oyer that line. The road will be a  little over a mile in length.  Fred Whitwell has been working  steadily for months on his Maori group  on Providence creek and feels much  encouraged at the present showing of  an eight foot lead, with good values  in the bottom of his shaft. It is close  to the Great Northern branch to Phoenix, so that transportation is assured  when shipments are ready.  BONDED THE  DENER0 GRANDE  McArthurs Sell to the Jewel  Company.   ;.  HAVE MANY MEN  ON BALLASTING.  Goes to Purchasers on Basis  of  $30,000.  KENNEDY-ASHLEY WEDDINtt  Quiet  (be  Hone  Cereraoay  Wednesday at  Birnie Residence.  Wednesday morning a quiet home  wedding took place at the residence of  L. Y. Birnie on Knob Hill avenue,  when Horace E. Kennedy and Miss  Florence Selina Ashley were united in  the holy bonds of matrimony. Both  bride and groom are residents of  Seattle, where the groom is in business, the bride being a sister of Mrs.  Birnie. Rev. E. C. W. MacColl, of  St. Andrews Presbyterian church, tied  the nuptial knot, those present being  Mr, and Mrs. Birnie, Mrs. F. M.  Kerhy, of Grand Forks, W. C Ashley,  ot" Waterville, Wash., the father of the  bride, Mrs. MacColl, Miss Gray, the  bridesmaid, and Judge Williams, who  was best man. Little Doris Birnie was  the maid of honor.  The bride was attired in white  poplin silk with duchess lace, and carried a boquet of bride's roses, the  bridesmaid being also dressed in white,  and the house being decorated with  roses and other flowers. After a wedding breakfast served at Mrs. Birnie's  home, the happy couple took the  Great Northern tram for Spokane and  other points amid a shower of rice,  and will be at home aiter May 15th at  the Hotel Newport in Seattle.  It is reported this week in Green  wood that another important sale of  mining properly is practically comple*-  ed.* The property is a half inter��st in  the Dencro Grande, adjoining the  famous Jewel to the south, in Long  Lake camp, a few miles from Eholt,  and' containing the Jewel true fissure  vein. The parties selling are C. J.  McArthur and his mother, Mcs. Mary  McArthur, the latter holding a< quarter  inteiest through the administration of  the estate of the late John McArthur,  her son. The Jewel Company, registered at London, England, and represented there by Gilbert Mahan, own  the other ha'f interest and has secured  a year's opinion to purchase the McArthur interest for ^250. If satisfied  with Hie property, and there is little  doubt that such will be the case, they  are to pay at the end of the year the  sum of ^3000, full purchase price for  the McArthur half interest.      " ���  The Denero Grande was staked in  1895, four months after the Jewel was  located. The discovery stake on the  Jewel was not on the vein at present  being developed and mined but on an  outcrop to the east. The yein discovered when the DenerojHprande  (meaning in English "good rponey'')  was staked is the famous vein/ of the  Jewel, and so Mr. McArthur claims to  be the discoverer.  ��� The Jewel is'developcd to-^a depth  of 320 feet a. d has been proved to be  one of the best claims in the Boundary. The vein can be traced on the  surface for over a mile and is of an  average width of two and a half feet.  Considerable ore has been shipped  from the property.  Gt. Northern Putting Phoenix  Extension in Good Shape.  For several days the Great Northern  has had a large force of men at work  in and around Phoenix ballasting the  track and placing it in the best of condition. Half a dozen large locomotives and train crews and about* 100  laborers are engaged in the ..work,  which was started at the Phoenix end,  gradually working down towards Grand I  Forks, and it is anticipated that two or  three months will be required to complete the work.  As no gravel suitable for the purpose was obtainable along the line in  this neighborhood, it is secured at a  point near Lauder, close to the Boundary line, but so far no international  con.plications have arisen over the  matter. A steam shovel is used to  load the cars at that point, and the  trains of 20 to 25 gravel cars are unloaded by the aid of a ' huge, plow  which runs the entire length/ of the  train, and is worked by a cable from  the engine. <  ASSESSMENTS  CITY IS $277,375  Roll Completed For Year of  1905.  Over $30,000 Less Than For  Last Year.  WOLFARD GROUP  INCORPORATED  To Develop Large   Body  Or*  of  BONDED McKINLEY  GROUP FOR $150,000  Franklin Camp Claim Taken  At That Figure.  A report from Grand Forks says that  at a general meeting of ihe shareholders of the McKinley Mines, Limited,  owning the McKinley and Hanna  mineral claims in Franklin camp, which  was held there Tuesday, a working  bond for $150,000 was granted Miles  M. O'Brien, Jr., of New York, as trustee for Boston and New York capitalists. The life of the bond covers.a  period of 18 months from April 1.  . The McKinley mine, it is claimed,  has one of the largest gold-copper  showings in British Columbia. The  development work to date consists principally of open cuts, and at present 12  men are employed. A tunnel is being  driven to tap the ore body at a depth  of 125 feet. The ore is self fluxing in  character and values are said to average $10 per ton.  George A. McLeod, general manager of the company, in an interview  stated that he negotiated the deal during his recent trip to New York and  Boston. The bond has been acquired  by a group oi capitalists, who propose  to undertake the development of the  claims on an extensive scale. Twenty  other claims in the same camp, water  rights, and a townsite of 320 acres have  also been transferred by Mr. McLeod  to the eastern syndicate. The deal is  expected to result in the opening up of  the rich mineral resources of the North  Fork of the Kettle river.  E. T. Steele, a mining man from  Spokane, was in the city yesterday,  taking a view of the big mines.  Thursday, May 11, is the date selected by the Phoenix Base Ball Club  for a dance, to be given at Miners'  Union hall.  W. H. S. Torney, the retired Eholt  merchant, who is soon to visit his old  home in the Emerald Isle, was in tlrfc  city Monday.  O. H. Becker, of Nelson, travelling  freight agent for the C.P.R., who was  here Thursday, says that he considers  the Houndary the most prosperous section of southern British Columbia at  present.  Spokane Men Are the Financiers.  Lake D. Wolfard, of Spokane, was a  visitor'in the city yesterday, coming up  from the group of claims named after  him, which are being actively developed, and are located near the Betts and  Hesperus group, three miles and a half  in a direct line from Phoenix. .  ' The Wellington Copper Mining and  Smelting Company has recently been  incorporated to take over this group,  with a. capital of $75,000, and the following officers: President, Lake I).  Wolfard; vice-president, El ward Evans;  secretary and treasurer, Bert A. Wol  lard. Capt. A. I.. Rogers is the general manager of the company, and has  charge of the immediate development  of the properties. The group comprises the Wolfard, St. Lawrence, Sil  verton and V. A. claims, the Great  Northern extension to Phoenix running over the ground of the latter  property. This will afford excellent  transpjrtation facilities when the prop-  perty is prepared to commence ore  shipments.  Mr Wolfard has been working on  the claims for several years, and is  convinced that he has today one of the  largest undeveloped ore zones in the  Boundary. Some $5,000 or $6,000  have already been spent on the property, and on the surface the ore body  has been proved to be 700 feet long  and 400 feet wide. At present a tunnel is being driven, which is in no  feet. It is a low grade ore carrying  gold and copper values, and is high in  iron.  At present a force of five men is  employed, which it is intended to increase, and later to put in an air compressor, a half mile wagon road now  being in process of building to connect  with the Phoenix-Grand Forks wagon  road. The property is located but  half a mile from the Betts and Hes-  peroi>s, and Mr. Wolfard thinks he is  fully justified, with the development so  far accomplished, in believing that he  has one of the really big things in a  mining way in the Boundary country.  This week property owners in Phoenix have received notices showing the  amounts for which (hey are assessed  for 1905 on land values and improvements, the total assessed valuations  being $277,375, against $308,255 for  1904. The reduction this year isdue 10  three causes���to the burning up of  some buildings this last writer, the removal or demolition of some structures  on the V. V. fir E. right of way, and a  reduction of the assessed value by the  city assessor, D. J. Matheson.  The assessment, according  to  sub  divisions,, is as follows:  Imp. Laml  Itnmberiier ".% 46,4011 50,875  Old Ironsides. 05,100 89.05J  DominionCop-  ..     4,700     21,250  per   Totals:  Toml  07,275  154,1*0  25,950  '.$116 200 1181,176 $277,375  As the property of railways, under  the Municipal Clauses Act, is rxempt  from taxation, about $30,000 must be-  deducted from this total of $277,375,  leaving the.total'at $247,375. Figur  ing on a basis of 20 mills on the dollar  this means thai the city will lose about  $600* this'year 111 '.axes on railway  ands.  The most valuahle pioperfy in the  municipal limits is the Hank block,  which, with two and a halt lots, is assessed at $i8;4co. The lowest assessment is on residence lots in various  parts of the city, which are_rated at a  minimum of $100 each by tHe assessor.  Some slight changes in the assessment roll may be made by the court  of revision, but they are not likely to  affect the total materially. I.ust year  the tax rate was fixed at iS mills, with  a discount for prompt payment.  Work Not Yet Started  T^ast Saturday Patrick Welch passed  through Phoenix on his way 10 Spokane from an inspection of the line  vxest of-here- wheie the Gieat North  em is soon expected to stari construction. Altogether he drove 300 mile,  Irom Republic to Hfdley and Piince-  ton and return. The rest of the contractors who went with him returned  the same day to Spokane, but had  nothing to say, for the simple reason  that no contract had as yet actually  been let. Peter Sims, partner of L E.  Shields, has been expected in Spokane  daily, however,- together with Chief  Engineer Hoagland, and announcements are expected every day, when  there wil! be a rush of contracting outfits into the Similkamecn.  Latest Prices io Metals.  New Youk���Copper, ciectrolytic,  00@*15 25; lak<\ $15 t)0@ 15 25  Bar Silver, 57  Uail, $4.50 nt $4 00.  $15.-  <X A  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Botiml i-v mine*  lor tooo,  for 19CJ in  igo2 for 1903 for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  Mink.  , Granby Mines   Camp.        1900      1901  ..Phoenix   64,553   231,762  s Snowshoe Phoeuix       297      ii73'  | B  C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwood  ' Montreal & Boston Con.  Brooktyn-Stcinwinder Phoenix ;   Rawhide..... Phoenix      .........  Sunset Deadwood          802  Mountain Rose Sjinmit  ;       Athelstan-Jackpot - We.lmgtoii     1,200        550  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyii-Stemwinderd,inp..rhoeulx          150  Morrison Deadwood    B C. Mine Summit 19.494    47i4��5  K. Bell Summit    Hmma Summit          650  Oro Denoro Summit    Senator Summit    Brey I'ogle Summit ....  No. 37   1902  309,Ss8  20,800  1903   1904  393.718 549.703  71,212       :Si.45i  5-34��     99.034    >4',32��    133,079    I74.29S     52,200  'SO  14,SlI  5<*>  8,53"  Reliance   Winnipeg   Golden Crown..  King Solomon..  & No. 7 Mine   City of Poiis   Jewel...  ..Summit   Summit   Wellington   Wellington   W. Copper   Central   White's   Loug Lake  1,076  2,250  1,040  875  665  2,000  if  > Carml West Fork  v Providence Providence  Klkhoru Providence  'skylark Skylark  * Last Chance Skylark  ' K. P. U. Mine Skylaik  > Bay Skylark  , Ruby Boundary Kalis  I Republic Boundary Falls  . Miscellaneous   7S5  4S2  890  219  15-731  5.6-lS  3 339  19,325  22,937  15,537  303  2 435  25 950  3070  3.=50  1,759  4,5**  6,400  37=960  16,400  3.450  222  364  33  36,177  21 255  S55  1,072  1'asi   i I  W.vk i >  12.390 ( >   <���  4,064   1  '  <>  2,555 < '  76.* i k  "j'1'7 < >    < r  ���  3.S93  1,268  1,533  ���  150  993  400  <67  3.230      3456 325  726  30  150  32s  1  0  52  . 24S  50  3.V  300  165  33  6a  20  ���50   *   ���   ->  16$  Total, tons    96'600   W.Soo  Smelter treatment���  Granby Co   B. C. Copper Co   Montreal & Boston Con  62.3S7   330,828  .���_.      117,611  ���   0        _...;���*  505,816   690,419   S29,8oS   3.JS.4SS    21,635  r  312.J40 401.911 51,6.253 1SS 336 12,5.0 ��  148,600 l6.',9l3 1 c.|:m 60493 4,1:6 i       U2 570     30,930     61,946       3342 &  : Mm  ; if f  ''. 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'     It you value good cheer ask for Blue Ribbon Tea.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  lUDSO OH ��ATTJRDJkYS ��V TBS  PIONEEE PUBLISHING CO.  ATP80BKIX.B.C  W. B.WILLCOX. Manasm.  . I BiuineM office No. 14*  Telephones j ManBKeri, residence. Ho. ij.  IVMCBiraONI IK ADVAHC*.  Fer Ve��r   Six Months..  ..f>.oo  . i.*S  iryon are not a aubaetiber to this paper, this  U an Invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rate* lurniahed on application. ^  teealnotlceiionndseenUlierUnc. -  four weekly insertion! conitltute one month's  atv-rt tint.  _.  .  1905  APRIL.  190S  S��. Mil.  Tuei. Wed.  Thu  Fr..  Sit.  I  8  2    3  4   , 5  6  7  9    10  11    12  13  14  IS  16 17  18   ,19  20.  21  1.  22  23 24  25    26  27  28  29  3��  '  1  1  OPPORTUNITY FOR PHOENIX.  Once a year the Spokane Chamber  of Commerce-aims to haveanexcur  ' sion of the business men of that enterprising and growing city to some point  , of importance within" say a couple of  hundred miles of Spokane. On these  excursions from one to two hundred  business men are glad to be included,  often' taking their, wives, for the purpose of. familiarizing themselves with  the potentialities of the surrounding  ' districts. This year there is already  some talk of the excursion taking in  British Columbia  Right here is an opportunity for tlfe  enterprising citizens of Phoenix to extend an invitation to the Spokane  Chamber of Commerce to visit this  camp3 and see for themselves the  district in which so many Spokane  people are interested. It is a fact that  Spokane capital has done much to  build up the mining districts of British  Columbia, and it is doubtless equally-  true that additional capital can be  secured from Spokane to develop mining properties in the Boundary if those  who furnish it can be assured of a fair  return for money invested. And no  one in this section doubts for a moment  that chances for favorable investment  arc as great as ever in this section.  These being admitted facts, every  encouragement should be given to the  idea to bring say a hundred or more  hard headed business men into the  Boundary. This would be quite a  proper subject for the Phoenix Board  of Trade to take up and encourage to  a successful conclusion. Such an excursion could be arranged to include  Republic, Grand Forks, Phoenix and  Rossland, in all of which sections Spokane capital is heavily interested. It  would also be quite the thing for the  city council of Phoenix to encourage  the matter in a financial manner when  the time arrives to act.  -   PEOPLE ARE OUESSINO,  Where the next strike in a high grade  Boundary mine will occur.  When the C.P.R. will make a move  on its road into the Similkameen.  When there will be a mail   service  on the Great Northern to Phoenix.  - Who is really behind the new smelter enterprise proposed for Midway.  How many weddings will take place  in Phoenix in the next month or two.  Whether Jim Hill will always secjre  the bulk of ore tonnage from Phoenix.  Who is really the power behind ��� the  throne in the Montreal & Boston Consolidated.  Whether the Great Northern will  take the Midway or Republic route to  reach Oroville.  How long it will be before the  Snowshoe mine will resume steady  operations.  How much will .be lelt of Rojest-  vensky and his armada i when Togo  gets through with him.  Whether the attempt to use Chinese  and Japanese labor in the sawmill at  Salmo will be successful.  B. C MINING  ScUtlC HaCnMatiM Ce��d.  "I have been subject lo sciatic rheumatism for years," writes E. H. Warden, of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My  joints wo.uld crack when I^straightened  up. I used Chamberlaih'sTaiiiHBalm  and have been thoroughly cured Have  not had a pain or ache from the old  trouble for many months. It is certainly a most wonderful liniment." For  sale by all druggists. >  WHAT EDITORS SAY  GERTMNtv not.���Bowling is the  fad among the young, middle-aged and  old men of Greenwood at present, says  an exchange. We hope it is not the  flowing bowl.���Vancouver World.  Nemesis was Sure.���The body of  an insurance agent was found at the  bottom of a cliff 125 feet high. Retaliation overtakes everybody, sooner  or later.���Belleville Intelligencer.1  Boo-man Roosevelt.���If our provinces get quarrelling over Hudson  Bay anddisturbing the neighbors, first  thing we know Boo-man Roosevelt  will come up and take it away from us.  ���Montreal Star.  Give Lowery the Credit.���Canada will soon be making money. The  mint will be a nality before long.  Eleven years ago we began agitating a  mint for,Canada, and our efforts have  at last been rewarded,-although the  chances are-we will never do much  business with it.���Fernie Ledge.  The suggestion has been made to  appoint a postoffice inspector for the  Kootenay-Boundary district, with a  residence at Nelson, or some central  point. The ramifications of the mail  service in this part of British Colum-  STRICTLY BUSINESS  Dark clouds do not always signify  storm any more than slow returns signify an advertising failure.  A trolley car with the "juice" off,  like a business minus the advertising  appropriation, soon comes to a standstill.  It's about as easy to run an ocean  steamer with a sewing machine treadle  as it is to build up a lasting business  without advertising.  Watering the lawn once will not  keep it green all summer���advertising  once won't make any noticeable difference in the annual profits.  There are some kinds of advertising  that' will pay any man who is doing  business. No man can bring too much  common sense and business insight  into the advertising field.  $100 Reward, $100.  Rossland ore shipments last week  were 6,395 tons, making 108,952 tons  fbr the year.  It is understood that the 40-stamp  mill of the Nickel Plate mine at Hed-  ley will be increased to ico stamps  this year.-   ,  The I. X. L. Mining company has  been organized in Spokane to operate  the I.X.L. on Silver'Cup mountain in  the Lardeau.  .  Work is to be resumed at the Cliff  mine, Rossland, with C. E. Simpsi  as '.manager!;    The mine has not been  operated fpr a year,  The Lardeau Mining Review says  the" Silver Cup is shipping six cars of  lead concentrates'and 20,000 to 30,000  ozs. bullion per month. ���  ' The proposed amalgamation of the  big Rossland mines with the Snowshoe  mine in the Boundary will result in a  saving of $1 or $1,50 a ton in costs of  handling ore.  G. O. Buchanan, distributor of the  Dominion lead . bounty, states the  operation of the Sullivan mines will  bring the output of lead in B. C. to  24,000 tons annually.  About the middle of July the new  steel tipple of the Crow's Nest Pass  Coai Co., costing $200,000, will be  completed. It replaces the wooden  structure recently destroyed by fire, and  will contain 850 tons of steei.  "The War Eagle and the Centre  Star are each making money," says  James Cronin, general manager of the  two properties, who has been in charge  of their affairs since the first of the  year. Mr. Cronin says the mines.are  now making money on $9 ore.  Simllkimeea Dividend.  The statement is made by the Nel  son News that a dividend of $30 per  share has been declared upon Hedley  City Townsite company's stock. The  townsite is sitated on the Similkameen  river, immediately below the Nickel  Plate mine, and was staked by F. A,  Devereux, C.E., in 1900. Subsequently it was stocked and put on the  market, most of the shares being dis  posed of in the old country, although  the original owner, F. A. Devereux,  still retains the majority of the stock  held in the province.  - Have You HMrttarn?  It's quite common with people whose  digestion is poor. Immediate relief  follows the use of Nerviline. Stomach  is. strengthened, digestion is made perfect, lasting cure results in every case,  Use Poison's Nerviline once and you'll  never be without it because every, type  of stomach disorder is conquered by a  few doses. One 25c. bottle of Nervi  line always . convinces. Sold everywhere for the past fifty years.  OLLA PODRIDA  o-  *���������*���%tQ  There's Just one tiling  You must acquire  If you would set  The world afire.  And that's to know  The thing to do  To make the world  Run after yon.  , The fellow who tries to do something, and not somebody, is the chap  who has the money after the scramble  is past.  $  If you bestow a favor, forget it, but  if you receive one it is wise to remember.  Lazy people are termed easy going,  but it is a misnomer. It is hard to get  'em started and worse to keep 'em at  it.  .��  People who are around looking for  trouble don't need a search warrant.  Wasted.  . Tbe re-adorn of this paper will bo pleased to  learn that then is at least onedreaded disease  that science ha* been able to cure iff ail Its  stages,sad thutisCaterrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure  lis tbe only positive cure now known to the  hia. with its numerous Stage, rail and medical fraternity. Catarrh being > canitltu.  Bid,   >*���"'  "���" " 1   ��� . Itionul disease, requires a constitutional treat-  '  steamboat routes, are sufficient to keep   mopt.  Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally.  Sle*1""'* ,   .      . ���     .     1 acUngdireetly uron tbe blood and mucous sur-   _���n *,, ���.pPMv  tn wnm'pn <fc r ���> tn $ r S  o .-nan hmv most of the time. Doubt- faces of the system, thereby destroying the men ^l weeKiy, to women $12 to $1 a  a man tousy most 01 uw     c.    wioi   f.,nhds,!onof,^,,eils0) and giving the �� weekly with expenses advanced each  less, if this was done such a thing as ^^JB^^^iZX^^l Mon^y by check direct from head-  requiring from two to four days for mail Pjggjfg" fj�� rffSouVHuna?eXnarVfo? quarters. Horse and buggy furnished  to pass between Greenwood and Phoe any case that it fails to cure, send for list of when necessary; position permanent;  *,;v would be relegated where it be- *��!-.j.chenkv&co..Toledo,onto.1 Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  Cj^imoc^Td^ct^. I  fttm^>��<>      -MononBldg, Chicago, IH.  Men and women in this county and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established house of  solid   financial   standing.   Salary   to  Kootenay Engineering' Works  NELSON, B. C  Pounders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Miiiuifwturcrs for the Ce*wfohd 1A>i'bi.b Roi-e Akbi u. Tittsiwtv Si stem, Limited.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIKE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Commissioner for tailing Affidavits.  ' Phoenix, B. C  01.  break'  cation    Special attention given to mail ordeis.   Scrap Iron bouitlit by tlit> carload.  'SSCiaait.   .   .       ��� - -        * ^TRAVIS, Manager, p-��-g������b.a  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral ., '  Cor. yirat St Knob Hill Ave.  J H0EN1X, B. O  t 1  o%^w��  Air Compressors    :     Rock Drills  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head Office aud Works. .   (  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  >%%^%%^%%%%^%^^  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD  AND  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Sir Janet Wilson** OpIilM.  lie says that the commonest of all  disorders, and one from which few-  escape is Catarrh. Sir James firmly  believes in local treatment, which is  best supplied by "Catarrhozone." No  case of Catarrh can exist where Catarrh  ozone is used; it is a miracle'worlter,  relieves almost instantly and cures after  other remedies fail. Other treatments  can't .reach the diseased" parts like  Catarrhozone because it goes to the  source of the trouble along with the  air you breathe. Catarrhozone is free  from cocaine, it leaves no bad aftereffects, it is simply nature's own cure.  Accept no substitute for Catarrhozone  which alone can cure Catarrh.  r  ���  Phoenix Livery Stable  William Matbeson, Prop.  A pencil mark here t__  xt a reminder that vour subscription to. this paper is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.      MJdF~  Spokane Falls  &  Northern Ry.  Tlieonly all rail uiute between points  east. weBt and south to Rossland. Nelson. Grand Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and  Nelson.  HFFKCTIVK MARCH 5  1905  Leave. Arrive  :o ooa.m Phoenix 5:30 p. m.  945a.m... Spokane ~..620 p. m.  .1.05a. ra ...Rossland 4 5s p.m  9 ioa. ill Nelson 635 p.m.  irooa. 111 Grand Vork�� 3 50D.n1.  7 00 a. ��n  Republic 6 30 p. m  Save Time all the time  BY USING  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,  Vancouver  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS BAST.  Palace and Tourist Sleepers,, Buffet  Library Cars, Modern day Coaches, Dining Cars, Meals a La Carte. '  Best Meals on Wheels.  Fvpfvfhin<r Wawcarriages and'other rigs  LVUJIUU1& HOW   HORSES AN1> SADDLES. 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Standard Avis, and Bannkr St.  -���-���-V-��-  PHOENIX, B.C.  t  ��� fc lm Collie Kennels  THE-HOME OF.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  ���** EAST AND WEST. **  For rates and folders and full information regarding trips call "on or address  any agent of the S. F. & N. Railway or  H. A. .Tacimon,     '    H. Brandt,  G.F.&P.A'., C. P.&T. A.,  Spokane.       701 W. Riverside,  Wash.        . Spokane. Wn.  M. M. Stephens, Local Agent.    -  Phoenix, R. C.  High-Class  COLLIES  WANTED --.MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, th:it are,tired ol  workfac for small waircs, to quality as salaried  Qd writcro or show-card writers tbrouph oui  Instruction by mail Prices low: term* easy: nc  books to buy. tend for circular, >-tat(nE xvlicn  yon saw this ad and which position you want  International Cokeesfcndencb biiiooLS'  Scrantoi). Pa     - '  We make a specialty of breeding ilu  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction to flock masters  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  Thos. S. Griffith,  P. O. Box 1007. Spokane, Wash.  O. MACADLAT  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave OrJers at City '  Clerk's Office.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  - -    A.F.and A. M.  Regular communication 8 ],. m     Bf���  ond Thursday oCcach month  Ks:iFfiiffSI,��"R��,c-,ed-l,'ii"te  V.HII.UKR,  Secretary.  ��KO, K.DKY  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWbHOH I.OUGK No. <  Meets every Monday KicuIiik at   Hardy   l|,(|.  Visiting brethern cordially invited.  A. S Williamson. N <:.  Obo.R.ME4D, Rec.Bec'y.  Wm. Delahay, l'er. Fin. secy  Phoenix At'm  NO. 158.  .fleeting* on Frtdiy  ���*��S 30p.m., Miner.'  ���Union Hall.  'Vinlting   brethren  cordially invited.  DAN DO   KSTKADKR. I*ri��.   M.H ROY. Secy  r"JOB PRINTING,  -; ���   '    JOB PRINTING,  rOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  ' search of���and do it right.  I'idneer Pub. Co.,  -* Phoenix, IJ.C  ���OREGON  Shol^t Line  and Union Pacific  ONI/VXINE EAST VIA  Salt take and Denver.  , Two Trains Daily.  ' Steamship tickets to Europe and otliei i:  foreiKU.conntries.  Leaves "^  Daily  ;polcnne Time Schedule.  Kffectlve Nov. 22 1903    '  Arrive  Dallv  7.25 a.m. FAST MAir.���To and from  Coeurd'Alene district, I'arm-  ington Garfield t olfax Pullman, *Mokovt, 'Poineroy,  Waitsbuig, Dayton, Wall a  Walla,Peni etou, IJnkrrClty  "     and all points Hast .too  1:30 p. 111. KXPKKS8���For Karniiiigton  Garfield, Colfax,   Pullman  MoscoirXewistoit, Portland  San Francisco, Raker City  ami all points KAST.  HXPKKfaS���From all points  ' Kast, Ilaker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfax, Oar-  field and Parmiugtoti 11.40a.in  *KxceptSuuday. '  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  .  San Francisco-Portland Route.  Steamer* sail from' Aiuswortli dock, Portland  at S p. 111. and from Spear btreet wharf, SanFrun  Cisco, at 10 a. m, every five days.  Tickets 011 aale at all S. F & N. Stations.  For further information as to rates, time  trains.equipment, etc.,address . ,  GKO. }'. MOHI.KR,Geiieral Agent,  Klveraide Ave..Spokane. Wash  n. d.  jt&jfi  PHOENIX, B G.  :��3^  . Phoenix Shoe Shop.  * All Work Guaranteed.  ' Imported Goods.  KINE UOOIS AND SHOES  MADE TO ORDER.'  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  A ND PROS  PECTORS'SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  SI1011  on    Dominion Avenue.  And Bousidarv 'Mining Journal ���  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion. of Canada.  Iu five years more than 2,500,000 Ions of ore have been mined and  smelted here, with a valuation of over $12,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoeuix���not one or five  miles discaut, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable news of the mines and smelters of the Boundary.  The Pioneer is worth $10 per  year���but it costs only $2, if the coin comes with the order.    Make all orders  payable to the '  ,  W. B. WILICOX, Manager.  mmppBM>yiiaiiiHaifiuff^MB1amff]  ���*��  Phoenix, Uratlsfc Colmnh'm  ��amau��mm��m����B��*iilHi��^^  ':'..  wnfr\*tr*MW%TQxt��Wr*&?Cr'V'  .resTOre--Bgnim3^ ����������� ��������"��� *�����*&��*"-  ..... ,  ,   '��*r, 11 L.-.tyi.Li,iji^tai  W  ft  IS* !  tfel  i-.i  ���"��������� I  1?J  A SATISFACTORY RECORD  Extract from Montreal Gazette, 24th February, J 905.  ^TBBmpmxn^m-  <>lhe Kastern ownsli.ps Hank has issued a little pamphlet containing the  report of the fortysixth annual meeting of the bank, ind also a coi  statement ortl e-business of the institution for the last forty-iive yearsv The  growth of the. bank in he last fifteen years has been most marked. While tie  capitalwas increased by a.million during this period, the reserve fund ��  groivn from $550,000 to ^,500,000; deposits have increased from $2,233.7���  to.$9.8��i,o?6, or,almost?3oo, per cent-the circulation from  $782 W ?o  crease of 675 per cent  . thoroughly cover,  Montreal, one in wmnipe  iumhia."-   ~  '���'''���.���.��� ,:��� V  cent in the fifteen year period. The branches of the bank  he Lasiern. loAuiships, and, in addition, it -has three in  W mnipeg and two m  the  Boundary district   of British Co-  PhoCflix-  Greenwood  ���>�������������������������������������������  e Line  Miners' |och la 8. C.  ^ For mining purposes  in B. *C. the  "inch" of  water is said to be defined  as follows:���the'quantity of water that  will pass through an orifice two inches  I'igh by half an inch wide made in  two inch plank, the water to have a  constant' head  of seven inches above  the upper side of the orifice, and every  additohal inch of water means as much  as will pass through the said orifice extended horizontally half an  inch.    In  cubic measurement, one inch of water  shall mean a flow of water equal to  1.68 cubic feet per minu'e.  THE OBSEftVlfORY  TniNGS Talxud of at  Home and Elseuiicbb  Leave Phoeuix   -  ' Leave Greenwood  9.00 a.  ^.30 p.  111.  111.  Standard Time  t  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  ^    J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  �����������������������������������������������������<  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  Collection o( Flats.  New Westminster, B.C., April 27.���  The gallant Union Jacks that floated  for years above the navy yard as well  as those that proudly told the nationality of His Majesty's torpedo boats  attached to the Esquimalt naval base,  as they traveled the seas faraijd wide,  will all float above the Dominion Fair  grounds during the eleven days of  the great national exhibition which is  to be held here fiom Sept. 27 Jto Oct.  7th. ;  These flags, like other property of|  His Majesty, after the British {government had decided to abandon* Esquimalt, were sold at public auclton, and  Mr. E. J. Fader of this city, who wao  present at the sale and who purchased  one of the torpedo boats, also J bought  up, on behalf of Mayor  Keary,  the  'J he   impending   building of  new  railwajs in this part of Biitish .Gojum-  bia is absorbing the interest of a large  number of persons.    When a bunch of  well known railway contractors tafc6'th'e  ��� ����� - 1  trouble.to go over a proposed route, it  is quite evident - that something is  about to happen that is worth while.  This is what L. E. Shields, Pat Welch,  John Porter, and half a dozen other  lights in the railway constructing firmament did * last "wee{�� -driving-ialto  gether something like1 300 miles, from  Republic' -to r Oroville and Hedley,  Princeton; etc., and returning by wa>  of Phoenix, as well as by way of Grand  Forks. . -,<* ���<  Up to this writing no announcements have been made regarding new  construction, but any day is likely to  bring them forth,' and to see a great  inrush of men'and material to crowd  the building of the new extension of  the Great Northern from the Boundar)  into the Similkameen-district. And in  the meantime those who wish to get in  ahead of the railway are not in the  least idle, be it remarked.  THE JRIipPflS OF ?MMk INCREASE.  Thousands of Unpublished Testimonials on file.  Thousands of Chronic, Ailments of Women ; Cured  Every (Month. J ,r  Disguised 1 Internal  Cafarrh  the. Enemy of Women.  1  Miss Delta Sfroebd; Rural Route No,  l.Appleton, W*,> writes: "For several  years I was in a run-down tynditlonV  mid'I could find-no relief from doctor*  nor medicines. ,,  * -   <�����  'I could not on Jot my meal* atidrconld  sleep afr.nl({hT.  I had hearry dark  not sleep  circles about the'e-yes  hearty  "My friends were much alarmed. I  was advli>od to give Peruna a trial and  to my Joy I began to improve trith the  first botflo: Aftwr taking sir bottle* I  felt completely cured. I oatlnof *��ay  too much for Pentna aa a medjclae for  women In a, run-down condition j"-^Dclla  Stroobo.  .TIIXJ DELLA JTROEDE.  Rural Route No��./\PPLETONtt/U  Pe-ru-na, the Only Internal  Systemic Catarrh Remedy  Yet Devised.  Prominent Cases In illustration.  Mrs. W. P. Hoffman, 601 North 6th  street,  Kansas City, Kans.,  writes:  "J?or eight months 1 suffered with bearing down pains,dizEiness, andwretched  headaches. The doctors called it by  different names, but all agreed that I  had female trouble, which was really  the cause of my illness.  "They prescribed for me, and I took  their medicines, but kept getting worse,  until a friend told me I would never cot  well tratil 1 took Peruna,  ����Within a week after I started to'  take it I folt much better and I con-  tinned taking it for two months with  almost marvelous results.  "I am without an ache or pain, feel ten  years younger, and feel that I owe  life and happuiess to Peruna."-  Hoffman.  ���/x  . .'1 l-.tn Luy ihe. ,  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  uhirh jili'fsl't'ift'ct Work in tlieclioiit-st  time u-itli the pieaicM ease of opdiutiuii.  Wi Helen Catakr'.e.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  . Die new edition of the COPPKK HANDBOOK lista and describes 3,311 cop-  per-niines and rapper minim; companici>, in nil pmia of the world, covering the  (ilobft, thesis (lesciiuiions ranging from two lines lo 12 pages in length, according to  importance of the mines. The descriptions 11 le nut padded, but give facts in the  musteondensed and gt t-at-able form. * ���  There Rfealsi fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the Ilistorv, Un-e,  Terminology, Geogiaphy, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  and Statistics of Copper, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal. <  ���It Is the World's Standard .Reference Book on Copper  Every Miner, Prospector, Invrstor, Hanker, and Broker needs the book. Price  j��*5in Buckram binding with gilt top, or $7.50 in full library mprroccd, and the  book, in either binding, will Ik* sent, fully prepaid, oh approval, to any address in  the world, to be paid for if found satisfactory, or nia'v returned within a weekoi receipt and the charge cancelled.   Addreao tfie Author and Publisher, ' ���  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich, U. S. A.  whole stock of flags. The whole collection wpighs 300 pounds, ahd in it  there are flags that have been in every  part of the world where British warships go. !  How ti Get Consumption. 1  Ninety per cent, of the "lungers"  contract consumption by allowing  power of resistance to fall so low that a  favorable condition for the develop  merit of the bacilli is provided. In a  healthy system consumption can't take  root. But where'there is weakness and  debility, there you find tuberculosis  For developing strength and building  up the weak, nothing equals Ferrozone.  It makes the blood nutritious and the  nerves enduring. The way it converts  food into nutriment, the appetite-, it  gives is surprising. Just w hat the man  verging into consumption needs,���  that's Ferrozone. If tired and weak  don't put off. Fifty cents buys a box  of fifty tablets���at all dealers.  An exchange tells the story of a reverend gentleirun   who  stopped at  a  farm house one day, for dinner.   While  eating, the lady of the house inquired  his bubiness, and he replied-    "I am  hunting for the lost sheep of the house  of Israel."    She left the room and in a  few minutes returned with herhusband  tc whom she said: "This man is hunting lost sheep and   I'll  bet- that old  long wool ram  that's been around is  his."    "No, sister, you  do not understand me.    I'm hunting sinners; those  for 'whom   Christ died:"    "And is ,he  dead ?" she queried   , "Yes," replied  Ihe minister surprised at her ignorance  "And buried,  too,   I  reckon."    "Oh,  yes, long ago."  "There now, old man,  I told you we'd "be in ignorance for not  takin' the newspaper."  ���^S^Wf HOFFMAN  bO\ North 6lhSt, RANJAJ CfTVTKAMI  Hay? Grain,  !0 Ats, VVh eat, Fekd; etc.  '..,,'��� Lar��e stock.  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  ' Knob Hill Ave.,       0UA!ffffl" v    Phoenix, B. C^  Prof. Hepburn Remembered.  The Vernon News thus pays its  compliments, is a feeling manner, to  one who was not unknown in the  Boundary a few mohthsago .  "Another dancing master has come  lo town who announces his intention  of starting an 'Academy of Ideal Dancing.' It is to be hoped lhat his repertoire of dances will not include the  famous glide for foreign parts,, which  was the most unpopular 'stunt" in-his  predecessor's programme."  fCr to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Gf-lobe (daily) both for One  year ....:...,..,..:.....���.. ...,....,.  Paoanix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year .'   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  '     TT����i^-p '/Including Hmulsoiiie Portrait^  .JTtJvf J. . \ofKiiig Hdwar.il. m" 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 Periodi  calfl at publiahers lowest rates.  A Fine Publication.  The 1905 issue of "Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Their Resources,"  issued by the passenger departments of  the Oregon Railway and Navigation  company and the lines of the Southern  Pacific in Oregon, is-now ready for  distribution, 50,000 copies having been  issued. The book contains 88; pages  illustrated by 21 full page first class  half tone cuts and a number of smaller  ones. The book contains condensed  information about towns and cities  along the O. R. & N. and the Southern Pacific lines. - The facts and statistics are based on conditions as they  are, and those features of the work  make it of great value to people of the  east who are looking to the Pacific  northwest for homes and business  locations.  Four cents in stamps sent to A. L.  Craig, general passenger agent of the  Oregon Railway & Navigation company, Portland, Oregon, with the address of an eastern friend, will ensure  its being sent.  The question always comes up  \\ hat is a gentleman ' Some say he is  a man with a silk hat, and others a  man with a smooth tongue?/But men  connected with a newspaper trade have  a canon of then own. "Mr. Editor,"  said a patron one day, "how is it you  never call on me to pay for your  paper? "Oh," said the man of types,  "we never ask1 a gentleman for money,,"-  "Indeed0the:patron? replied, "Bfbw  do you iriah%e;to get "along when they  don't:pay>'J ^Vhy^said Mr.. Editor,  "after a pertain time we conclude he is  not a gentleman, and we ask him." .:.  ..,-Says-the.Toronto News: "A correspondent informs us that he will&on-  tinue : to take bur paper because of  matters to which he' s'trbrigly objects.  He desires to have his-blood warmed  up bya hiealthy exasperatibh; This'is  good sense. We welcome him to pur  list of readers, and will endeavor' to  accentuate the objectionable features to  which he refers."  Mrs. B. M. Merald, 128 W. 28th St,  Indianapolis, Ind., member ot A. D.  Strelgbt Circle ot the Ladies of the  O. A. R., writes: "I am to-day enjoying perfect health, thanks to Pernna.  Por nearly four years I suffered, with  ovarian troubles. .  "The doctor insisted on an operation  as the only chance to get well, but I had  always dreaded an operation and  strongly objected.  '"My. Msbandieltdishcartened m well  ns I, and when a friendly druggist advised him to bring me a. bottle of  Peruna he did so, and I started to use it,  "In a short time my health began to  Increase, and my itches and pains  diminished. Within eighteen weekB I  was like another being, in splendid  health.  "Words fail me when I try to tell you  how glad and grateful I am."���E. M.  Merald.  . Address Br. Hartman, President of  Tho Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus,  Ohio.     -- '  All correspondence held strictly confidential.  =tzs?s?sp��:  J1RSL fX J3RICKNER.  99   1 Jth Jx, FULUJAWEE. U7IJ  Mrs. M. Brlckner, 99 11th street,  Milwaukee,    Wis.,   writes:   "I hare  strong faith in the efilcacy of Peruna  to cure the ills peculiar to -women. A  short time nj;o T found my Condition  very sonoub.  "I had headaches, pains in the back  nnd frequent dizzy hpells, which grew  worse every month.  "I tried two remedies before Poruna,  and was prelty discouraged when X  took the first dose; but my courage soon  returned as I could see that I waB being  benefited, and in less than two months  my health was res tored."���M.Brickner.  A reward of $10,000 has been deposited  in the Market Exchange Bank, Columbus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the above  testimonials are genuine; that wo hold  in our possession authentic letters certifying to the same. During many  years' advertising we have never used,  in part or in whole, a single spurious  testimonial.  Every one of our testimonials an  genuine and in the words of the one  whose name la appended. "  ������������-��������� .;y..--'A Bilious Headache :  Is one of the meanest things in the  world. To prevent bihousness.use.Dr,  Hamilton's Pills, which keep the-sys-  tem clean and pure, regulate. ..the  bowels, give tone to kidneys and liver.  Vou'il never have a headaeffe,' you'll  never have a sour stomach,"but you  will have vigorous bracing health by  taking Dr. Hamilton's Pills: Your  druggist sells Dr. Hamilton's Pills, 25c.  per .box or five boxes for one.dollar,.  One Lady's Recommendation Sold Flfly Boxci  of Cnamberlflla'g Stomach and  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 of  them about a year .ago. She never  tires of telling her friends and neighbors 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.  Hospital Donations  Liiit of Donations- received  since Jan.  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix- General Hos-  -pital r;-i;-.....-.-���- -..���.������:...-:--.i-\^ --...-:  Cash $10 : R.Hoirell  Ca>h$25:  ::........ J. B. Macaulay  Cash & A. F. Berrv  Book Case _ ...A. E..H. Clark  Bed Linen,4 dot Hospital Ladiss' Aid  Cash $50 EX. Baiik  Cash $10 Jas. McCreath  Cash $35 Canadian Kand Drill Co,  A. B. Hood : Spriuff Cot  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The  Continent  Through Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.:  A Daylight Mde Through Nature's Art Gallery  ,   1     : Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  71 Post Trains Daily .Bet. Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsman!  To heal and soften the skin and reinove grease  oil and rust stains, paint and and earth, etc.;-use  the "Master Mechauic's" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilet Soao Co. Ufr��  Send all subscriptions to this office.  iBNiX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  Month.  January.  February  March...  April   May   June  Average Prices ot Copper.  ���New York���  Electrolytic. Lake,   i  1904   1005      1004      1905  .12 410 15.05   12.553  .12.063 15.010 12.245  15.130  15.138  ..12.208  ..12 922  . 12.758  .12.209  July 12.279  August 12.342 ..  September.. 12.494 ..  October 12.994 ..  November.. 14.283 ..  12.250  13.120  13 000  12.399  12 500  12 408  12.(520  13.117  14.455  December . .14.060    14,850  Year 12.820    12.996  NOTICE.  In the matter of the  "Land Registry Act," and  in the matter of the title to Lot to. Block  17.  Map 6o, Old Ironsides Addition to the City of  l'Hoenix.in the Province of British Columbia.  WHEREAS the certificate oftUle of John Alexander Murray, being certificate of title numbered  4478a to theaboie hereditaments, has been lost.or  destroyed and application has been made to me  f��jltrnS?ISUkEkSy GIVEN that a duplicate  certificate ol title to the above hereditaments will  be Issued at the expiration of one month from  datciiereof unless in the meantime valid objection to the ~��trar^.1,,"I"^DtMm^,,s> r"i"E- ..'  District Registrar of Titles;  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C, April  18, 1905.  Boundary Doing Well. -  Tlie year 1905 promises to be a  highly satisfactory one for the Boundary country. For the first three  months of the year a new record has  been made in ore shipments, more  smelting has been done than in any  similar period of the country's history,  and the prospect is that the pace will  bevkept .tip thr^hftuf-tholyearri-.-^Phe  tonnage output has steadily increased  land if kept up at the present rate will  show a total output of more.lhah  1,000,000 tons for the 12 months.  iMost of the fine records have been  made by the low grade properties. It  required many years to put these producers in shape, but the work now being done shows that the people connected with them in the earlier stages  were justified in the having confidtnee  in them. They have, long since'passed  the experimental period and are properties that will continue to produce  regularly and with handsome returns  to those fortunate to have financial interest in them.  It is the low grade properties, -that  have brought the Boundary district to  the front, but the high grade mines are  making a better showing every year,  and there is every reason to believe  that many of them will become .permanent shippers and in time furnish  an important part of the ore output of  this remarkable mining district.���Spokane Spokesman-Review. druggists.  Taking Oesperale Chances.  It is true that many contract colds  and recover from them without taking  any precaution or treatment,- and a  knowledgeofthis: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  withsland each ' succeeding cold and  paves-the-way for mortrserious disease.  Can you afford to take such desperate  chances when Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy, famous for its curesof colds,  ���:an be had for a trifle? For sale by  all druggists.  ._-   Latest Mlalag   Stock Quotations,  . For Detailed Information, address  W. C.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  ASKHD  1  AmerlcanBoy   BeuIIur....   :   Black Tail          3  B. C. Copper ...;. ti 5��  Canadian Gold Fields.  . 4X  :CaiiJ>oo���CflBHi.McK (ex-div'^,,...'-..    3  ,Gent��icStaiy..T....v.:.:.~..j.<.:--,;.....v.'- ��5  Crow's Nest Pass Coal   Denoro Mines   FairvieTP          3  Fisher Maiden -        3  Giant :.; :.���.....'.^.         a  Granby Consolidated.... $6 00  International Coal...  30  Morning Glory  1         1  Mountain Lion         8  Montreat& Boston Ji 50  North Star, (E. K.)   Payne   Quilp   Rambler-Cariboo     San P.oil   Sullivan   St. Eugene   Tom Thumb   War Eagle Consolidated   Waterloo {Ass. Paid)   White Bear ~   $6 40  3  By  4  Jt to  MINERAUCT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  .   Pilot mineral claim, situate in theGreenwood  mining division of Yale district.  Where located���iu Providence camp.  Take uotice that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as agent  for Thomas Roderick, Free Mlnei's Certificate  No. B80401, and James Marshall, Free Miner's  Certificate No. BSo42a, intend, sixty days from  the dale hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  (or a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 25th day of January, A. D. 1905.  I. II. HALLETT.  IfYou're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  MINERAL ACT.  Ckrtificatk op Improvements.  n  9  SO  IK  ��� 4  4S  1  10  NOTICK.  Summit, Mayflower, Hopewell, Halsam Fractional, Cabot Fractional and Mayflower Fractional Mineral claims, situute In the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���in Summit camp.  Tcke Notice that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as agent  for Dougald Mel mils, Free Miner's certificate  No B74591: George W. Uumtierser, Free  Miner's certificate No. B80SKI; *nd Thomas  Kodericfc, Free Miner's Certificate No. B80401,  intend, sivty days trom the date hereof to applyto the Mining Recorder for certificates of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  crown Giants for the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ol such Ceitificatesof Improvements.  Dated this29th dayof September, A. D. 1904.  _<;_ I. H. HALLETT.  Boundary  Vou should read the  Phoenix  Pioneer  llr��S:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  Best Count. Medicine lor Children.  When you buy a cou��h medicine (or  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  that is  pleasant  to take.    Chamber- .,,���������  Iain's Cough Remedy meets all  these ���A ,^*���Tirii\YVJffi*?%2-  conditions.    There is nothing so good   Pictesyste,., of ^'��-^^ l^^l  for the COUghs and   COlds   incident    to   propertiesof its waters are uuequaled.  childhood.    It is  also a certain pre-" j��curig����" R"eu,n",c- Netrou" a"d Mus'  ventative and cure for Croup, and there !    For Healing all Kidney, I.iver and Stomach  is no danger whatever (rom  whooping ("VorWmiuatingaiiMetaiiicroisjns from the  cough when it is given.    It  has  been system  used in many epidemics of that disease ' ������^*���^fiSfl[t��.^X  with perfect success.    For sale  by ^\^^^^^S^^^^Svt^  ' mildness.  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 Pafclisfaing Co.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Founded lSfl2-Imwporated 1803.  NKW WEiTYlINSTER, B.C.  Provides a Christian home for students ol" both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doiiiK grade public scliool work.  Does hiab school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers'examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diploma.". Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.I5.L. and M.L.A In Uni-  versitv work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B..V. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  hit affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. \V J. Sipperell, B.A..B.D , Principal ;or Rev. J. P. Bjwell. Buraar.  HI  mi  if, mi  8  iu  $ Mi  1  {*��  tin  ml  tm  ���HI  , M  ���:1  .< -j  -{������8  '   X  * "Pi  r t U  (t  1   '1  V  , If  ? 4  I4?   s  \  <���   ' m  f'1!  It x  '' 5' S  ^J  (     s  '"   %  r  f*  * 'k  x t  I  ,* s  l1 'B  1  iv. w  r"  a  t  ^  ,J.<"<i  ?  Jji -rM  ^  \'\%  '}     ��fe  \    llg  T  -t'     ��.  *\     f  1   'A  It'fe  ���I'l-  *  ��.     ��  !tX  ���ft  l     3a  w  1    �����  *  ti  s��  1^  <r fe  t  h v  '"(��  ,,;l  *��  ' ?&  1 ��j  '-, &���  vy  m  m  ��� ''m  m  �����������EI  'Mi mmmm  TBS PHOENIX PIQNEEk  $ ft  C  at? i  li v.' '^  SB  For Men Only  <&  Razors, Razor Strops, Shaving Mugs, Shaving Soaps.  We keep everything for shavers at shaved prices.  Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  r   Dr. Mathison, dentist.  ;   The old reliable, Boyle, the druggist.  i J. L. Martin will buy International  Coal shares.  f   Quality first, price next; Boyle, the  (druggist.  v I .Dr.  Simmons,   dentist,   Balmoral  hotel May 9 to 12.' t  1   Prescriptions our specialty, Boyle,  ~* the druggist.  -   Supt. Hodges, of the .Granby Co.,  visited Spokane this week.     _     <>'  'i Morrin, Thompson & Co. have a  full stock of screen doors and windows.  "'   W. S. Macy, returned Sunday from  a week's visit at his old home in Walla  - Walla, Wash.  '   -��� John McRae went to NelsonThurs-  day to order holiday goods for next  - winter's trade.   -n     ,.���    ��  V The Bank of British North America  is opening a branch at Hedley, in the  ^Similkameen.  j Work is now actively in progress on  the new building for L. Y. Birnie on  Knob Hill avenue.  " j H. P. Dickinson, of Rossland, agent  for the Giant Powder Co., Con., was  ;1n the city Wednesday.  %   No inconsiderable demand for small  ^irfarms has sprung" up in and ^around  Grand Forks this spring.  Last Monday night the Presbyterian  church edifice at Midway  was totally  '  destroyed by fire, with some insurance.  t   , Mrs; Hilda Smith has started work  on a cottage on Golden Eagle avenue,  not far from the Montreal & Boston  'offices.  --   The   Catholic   church   in    Grand  Forks was recently improved with  f new bell, which came from Baltimore,  , Maryland.  The quarterly meeting of the Metho  ' dist church was held Wednesday eve  , ning, Rev. Knox, of Greenwood, being  -in attendance.  Danny Deane has leased the Marsh  building on Victoria avenue, and will  conduct it in connection wijh his Met  ropolitan cafe.  Mrs.   W.   B.   Wiilcox   and    little  ' daughter Elizabeth  returned Tuesday  from a several weeks' visit in Seattle  ; and Spokane.  ; W. G. Gaunce, of Greenwood, was  called to Seattle by wire on Wednes-  - day, his daughter being veiy low in a  hospital there  On the evening of the 4th of May,  Snowshoe Lodge, No. 46, I. O. O. F.,  will give an at home at the lodge hall  in Hardy block.  J. C. Haas, M.E., who is working  the Golconda, and W. T. Smith, of the  Republic group, passed through the  city Thursday on the way to Spokane.  Next Monday four female members  of the Salvation Army from Nelson  ���will hold forth at the Methodist church  with both brass and string instruments.  The   topics   in   the    Presbyterian  ��� church tomorrow will be in the ruorn  ing:  "Faith's Olivet," and in the evening: "Love's Galilee."    An anthem  by the choir.  The Easter Monday ball given by  ��� the Catholic Ladies' Aid at Miners'  ; Union hall, was enjoyed to the full by  J ���an immense crowd of dancers. Rey-  ! nolds' orchestra furnished excellent  >; music, and the ladies estimate that,  y when returns are all in, their treasury  ,' will be enriched by about $250.  "X '"-Mrs. W. C. Ashley,  of Waterville,  ^Vash., aniyed here late last week with  Mr. Ashley* to attend the wedding of  their daughter to H. E. Kennedy.    A  v.s, telegraoijfro^i Pemberton, North Da-  f ���" Stela,' hdweUr,   to  the   effect  that  '^y'-anptheV,"daughter  was  seriously   ill,  s":- catted MM.' Ashley to that point the  '-] <!ay after h& arrival  Bovle is the druggist.  Any of the local mining shares for  sale.    E. H. Mortimer. '  Hazelwood butter on sale at Morrin,  Thompson's.  Descriptions and prices of Mason  & Risch -pianos can- be had from  Mortimer, the agent.  Honey in" Combs, one-half, *one,  two and one-half, and five pound packages at Morrin, Thompson's.       '  Have you a shipment that wants  clearing through the customs? If so,  get Mortimer.the broker.to attend to it,  Miss Struve has received another  consignment of hats, and invites the  ladies of Phoenix to call and inspect  the same.   ,  Wedding invitations and announce  ments promptly executed in the latent  styles in tho Pioneer Job Department.  Deeds, Mortgages and Bills of Sale  made out rand recorded. Ed,.. H.  Mortimer, Notary Public ��r  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be i|t his  office, Bank blocl, from May "10th  to 14th.  Wanted at the Pioneer office, clean  cotton rags." Bring them along "and  get your money.  H. S. McChesney, advance agent  for the'Steel & Vreeland Concert Co.,  was in the city Thursday, arranging for  the appearance of the company here  on May 6th and 8th.  The Phoenix Athletic Association  now"has.over*40 names on the mem  bership~ roll, and is still growing, t  good deal of interest being taken in  the work of'the organization. Y  . Married���In the Catholic chiirch,  Grand Forks, on Monday, April 24th,  at 8 a.m., Joseph Bone and Miss  Valdez Duford, both of that city, Rev.  Father Pacuel performing the cere  mony.  Last week the ratepayers of Green  wood voted on the by-law to raise  $15,000 by issuing debentures for the  extension of the water system. Not a  single vote was recorded against the  measure, it being unanimously endorsed.  Last Monday a fifteen pound chunk  of chalcopyrite from the Brooklyn  mine glory hole went through the door  and side windows in Morrin, Thompson & Co.'a store, narrowly missing a  bystander and doing about $30 in  damage.  It is now currently reported that the  contract for the extension of the old  Kettle Valley linefrom Republic to Spokane, a distance of 140 miles, will be  let on or about the first of June. The  company is now known as the Spokane and British Columbia Railway,  John Riordan, formerly secretary of  Phoenix Miners' Union, No. 8, who  recently moved to Chicago, to accept  a position in the head offices of the  American Labor Union, has been  made general secretary of that organi  zation, vice Clarence Smith, resigned.  Tuesday the C. P. R. extra gang,  which has been busy for a couple of  weeks improving shipping facilities at  the Brooklyn mine, completed the  work and pulled out. The tail of the  spur was lengthened 300 feet, and an  800 foot side track was put in at the  ore bins.  Next week Saturday and Monday  the Steele & Freeland Concert Co.  will give an entertainment at Miners'  Union hall. The press speaks well of  the company wherever it has appeared,  this being its seventh tour. All the  latest illustrated songs and movirg pictures will be given, including the  Russo-Japanese war and many other  subjects. Mr. Freeland has secured  several valuable patents on his moving  picture machine, which it is claimed  do away with ^objectionable features  heretdfore noticed.  Easter was observed last Sunday by  special services in" the Presbyterian  church.  Another instructor' has been added  to the public school teaching staff at  Grand Forks.  Mrs. Morkill is once more occupying the superintendent's residence at  the Snowshoe mine.  For the present, at least, with four  aldermen out of the-city, there can be  no meeting^ ?f *ne Cltv council.  George E.' Dey left yesterday for  Vancouver ,ahd Victoria for a short  visit with his father,and mother.  T. L. Simmons, an engineer on the  government -railway commission at  Ottawa, was shown the mines of the  camp yesterday by'His brother, Dr. H.  S. Simmons.  The Steel and Freeland Moving Picture Illustrated Concert, at the M. E  Church last evening, was a great success, and without a doubt the best of  the kind ever'seen here. There were  fully 1500 people present, and many  had to ^ be ^turned away.���Spokane  Chronicle. ' This show will appear  here Saturday and^Monday, May 6th  and Sth.    .. ,  PngWmm Ptr MaMftn,  Following is trie-programme for the  Managers' concert to.be given at the  Presbyterian church, next Wednesday  evening:  r. Instrumental Duet, Mrs.Boucher  and Mr.Crainer. -  2. "You'll Remember Me,"Messrs,  v      McCurrac h, Crawford, Brown,  Whiteside.  ' 3. Solo, "Mary of Argyle," P. Mc  Currach.  4. Recitation,"t$jw Baptiste Came  , Home," J. E. W. Thompson.  ; 5. Solo, "Queen.of the Earth," R.  v Horrell.  6. Instrumental Duet, Mrs.~Boucher  . and Mr. Gamer.  1 7. Solo, -'The Sweetest Story Ever  ,  Told," G. D. Turner.     *  8. Quartette, "Just a Song dt Twi-  ; light,"   Messrs.   McCurrach,  1 Crawford, Brown,  Whiteside.  ' 9. Duet, "Larboard Watch;"Messrs.  ) Turner and Horrell.  jo. Instrumental <Duet, Messrs. Mc-  Auliffe and Hudson.  11. Rcfreshmants.  Miss MacColl; Accompanist.  1_J  CKurcH Service��  Tomorrow  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p, m. * Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordia)  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7,30 p. m. at. the new church, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sun-  4py School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  yjtation is extended to all. D. M.  Perley, B. A., pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A,  Bedard, 0-M.L, Pastor.  fSSfi.  Found between postoffice and Great  Northern depot, a watch.   Owner can  secure it by proving same and   paying  for this notice.  Pioneer Pub. Co.  (follce (��� Odd Fellows.  The members of Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46,1.O.O.F. arid visi'ing brothers  are requested to attend church parade,  at Methodist church, April 30, 1905.  To assemble at Hardy McKenzie hall  at 7.00 p. m. sharp.  A. S. Williamson, N. G.  Special Notice.  Just One  WeeRMore  In which you can secure  ond of those,fine suits of imported- English, Irish and  Scotch goods.  Only $30  Many have alieady taken  advantage of this unusual  offer, and have been more  than pleased Frst-class fit  and finish guaranteed.  AHNCWjjWlS  Large   range of the Latest  Styles in  '  HATS and CAPS just received,  from 50c to $5 each.'   Call  and'examine.  R. HORRELL  "BobTihe Tailor.  Knob Hili. Ave.   :   Phoenix, B. C.  Phoenix  Tablets  Special attention is called to ou  new line of Phoenix Tablets,  in note and letter size, with sev-  $ eral views of the Phoenix' mines.  \ I We also have an immense var-  j�� iety of Souvenir Postal Cards,  1! with Phoenix and other views.  ! I You will find it well worth  \ while to examine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  Miners'Union Hall  Two Nights only  Ma> 6th and 8th  Sted&Freeland  Concert Co.  Latest First-class Moving Pictures  of the  HUSSI-JAP1INESE   WAR  Uigstntet Swgs, Ctaracter Siigiig,  , Etc., Etc  The best  moving picture show that  has ever appeared here.  Tickets 50c. and 75c.  Beats on sale at Tbos. Brown's.  MAiM  ���MAMMMMMMMM  Phoenix Branch  of the  +**xn\)0**\O+a*v*mti  Gfeeawooct Steam Latmct*y  '     DAN DOCKSTEADER, Mgr.  Having opened a branch of the above laundry we solicit a share  of the public patronage. First class work at living prices guaranteed.  Goods called for and delivered.    Specialty of short notice work.  - Only Union Help Employed.  Office aijolalog"Black's Hotel      - - ���.��� DmIiIm Avenue.  AC  WATCHMAKER  ., AND  ^   JEWELER.  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  *3T3T  ����'  ��*��$messi  99  The Job Department of the  Phoenix Pioneer l   l  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,  PIOHEER BLOCK,  ���PHONE NO. 14.   ^  PHOENIX, B. 0  !: Stationers,  I;      Newsdealers,  i;  Ji KNOB HILL AVE.,  Tobacconists.  Granby Exchange  We have on hand a large stock of each of 4 kinds of IRON BEDS and ate  Headquarters  in the Boundary country for all kinds ot Bedding as well as  Complete Housefurnishings.  A grand discount sale now going on  ifA N^DIAN o  V.'rpACIFlC.K^  .owest Rates  George Evans  Painter and  House Decorator.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Sign Writing op short notice.       :      Estimates promptly furnished,  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mineslought and sold.  G. W. Rumberger  . ...Best Time  - EAST   -  Toronto,      Montreal, >  New York,  Maritime Provinces, and  New England.  - WEST   -  ,  Vancouver,     Victoria,   ' Seattle  California Poinjg.  Unequalled   Passenger Service,  Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Coaches,  and  Dining Cars.  Tourist Sleeper Service  Leave   Revelstoke   Mon  Information   about   Phoenix  and  the  Boundary country given on application. '  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  ^ Phoenix, B. C.  ao.ao:ox3��o:o:Qo:c(OBo.o:ao:o.o:o:aoQo.i  Clothing  The BEST. Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WEST  EAST-*  I  Wed"., Thiir., Sat".'- for   Seattle and Vancouver. -  ' Leave  Dunmore Jet. for  Toronto, Wed. and Sun.  Montreal, Mon. and Fri.  Boston, Friday  Atlantic Steamship Agency  Through   bookings   to   i\\d   from  Great Britain and the continent.  For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or to  A.W.Haley, E.J.Covle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D, P. A.  ..Nelson. B.C  f  the time.  Tbe onlv  reliable watch to carry.  Watch repairing a soecialty.  GEO. t DEY,  The Jewrler, : Knob Hill Ave.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it come  and examine goods. - ' .  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirfes, Shoes, Ties,etc.f  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and CheaVest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  HARDY-McKKNZlE HI.K.  -     DOMINION AVE.. fHOENlX.  Men's Wear Exclusively.  D03����S������������<^^  ftWftftWWWWWttW  Wjust   received   direct .from  Scotland a large shipment of  "Peter Dawson's Scotch"  Boundary Agents for 'TARSI' TKLKBRATEO BBKK."��  Wholesale Dealer In Wine*, Liquor* and Cigars.  Telephone orders receive prompt attention.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH, prop.  wwwmmmiwmwfmwwww^  Grand Hotel  Corner Howard and Main Sts.  SPOKANE.  Phoenix People aiKJ  British  mbians  generally will find a home in Spokane a*  the Gram! Hotel. Recently remotlelled  and refurnished. Under the management of E. E. l'hair, late of Hotel Phair,  Nelfion, B.C. .  All British Columbia papers on file.  European plan. Ratjea 60 cents to $2.00  per'dav.   Free baH meets all-trains.  THE  STRATHGONA  NELSON, B.C  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  The Leadanf Hotel of tbe Hooteaays  Special"Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  %M��  LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS���They embrace a large assortment of styles,  the latest designs  and colorings.    New shaped sieeves, neatly trimmed.  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 shapes in  Black, Brown and Grey Felt.    Also a nice range of Fedoias, Grarcos and Stiff Hats.  iS��S����GXS��������^^  MEN'S SHIRTS���This is one of the finest and nicest lines we have ever carried, as to styles,  patterns, and completeness, detached cuffs to match.  MEN'S SHOES���See our new line of dress shoes in black and tan.  BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING���A handsome line of  Norfolks in Tweed, assorted patterns, ligh'and medium mixtures, well made.  See our New Line of Laces,  ��������������SX��<��X.)S^^  Ws  f^����lffilW^i^lSi^Mlf>'  ,r  * * * t  v^��Wr,>';&&Srv^ ft J U ^ WJttJWUuTrrE*33F&agB

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