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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 28, 1906

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 m  r  ��r &k  Boundary Mines Pio  Juced $17,500,000 in  value within six years.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  "i  MAY 1-1906  NfcpTnRih.g;^  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary,  o-j--m  ^'m'ptsmt:,,  Vol. VII.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. APRIL 28,    '1906.  ���'"���.".:l,;*��pi.wi  ���'���.vOk-.'.",        ������'-.^jjpJo.    a4  i^WWWHHMWM  Copyright   1906  by  Hart SchafFner W Marx  Neglect  to or.der that new  spring suit until all  the best samples  are picked.  We are making a  specialty of "Made  to Order" suits.  Campbell's Clothing is too well  known to need any  recommendation.  g They fit right, look  right and wear  right. Over 150  samples to choose  from and all New  Spring Patterns.  Come in and Leave  Your Measure.  We  will  guarantee  fit  and workmanship.  TttB     BiO     iSTOttE,  &  WALL  5,000 Rolls of the Season's  Newest Creations, from 20  cents to $ 1.00 per roll. This  is the biggest stock of New-  Wall Paper in the Boundary.  CALL AND GET SAMPLE BOOK  See the  New   Things   in   our   Hardware  Department.  GRANITE CHOPPING DISHES  MARION HARLAND COFFEE POTS  New  goods arriving right  along.    We do  not think  we are  going beyond facts when  we say that our stock is second  to  none in  this section.  MET DEATH IN  THE BROOKLYN  J. W.  Cascadden  Killed  Falling Rock.  Fatality Occurred Early Last  Monday.  Monday morning about 1.45 the  body of John W. Cascadden, a timber-  man employed by the Dominion Copper Co., was found in the north stope  of the 150 foot level of the Brooklyn  mine. He had evidentally been struck  by falling rock and probably instantly  killed, there being no one near him at  the time. Dr. Boucher was called by  the mine authorities and pronounced  life extinct, and the district coroner, A.  S. Black, of Greenwood, together with  the police, was notified.  Coroner Black directed Policeman  Docksteader to impanel a jury which  sat on the case at the city hall the  same afternoon, the following being on  the jury: P. W. George, J. E. Mills,  T. R. Morrison, J. H. Graham, R. V.  Chisholm and M. H. Kane. The  first witness called was John H. Sampson, foreman of the mine, being followed by George Johns, shiftboss, John  White, Nick Potgagisk, Angus Nicholson, James Blackmore, A. S. Embree  and Walter Morrison, the latter secretary of the local miners' union. Testimony was taken most of the afternoon.  Manager T. R. Drummond and Solicitor A. M. Whiteside, of the Dominion  Copper Co., being present. Most of  the jury went down into the mine with  the coroner to visit the scene of the  accident, and after returning came to  the following verdict :  We, the undersigned jurors, sum-  monedtoinquireinto thecause of death  of J. Cascadden, came to the decision  that death was caused by rock slipping  or falling from the foot wall, in the  north stope of the 150-foot level of the  Brooklyn mine, causing fatal bodily  injuries.  P.. \V. George,   Foreman,  T. R. Morrison,  Joseph H  Graham,  R. V. Chisholm,  M. H. Kane,  J. E. Mills.  Cascadden had   been   employed in  the mines of the Boundary for several  years,   having   worked  at the   B.   C.  mine, the Mother   Lode   and   others,  going   to  the Brooklyn some three or  four months since.    He was a man of  about 27 years and   unmarried, with a  cousin at Ingersoll, Ont., and a brother  and sister at Bookton, Ont., who were  at once telegraphed to.      At one time  during his residence in  the Boundary  he conducted   the   National   hotel in  Greenwood   with    Duncan   Donnelly.  He had been   living recently  at   the  Bellevue hotel, and   had many friends  in this camp,  who   thought  highly of  him.    Cascadden   was  at   one time a  member  of   Phoenix   Miners'   Union  No. 8, but at the time of his untimely  taking off was not in good standing.  A telegram was received Thursday  from B. A. Cascadden, brother of the  deceased, from Hookton, Ont., to ship  the remains of the unfortunate man  to the east. They were accordingly  sent yesterday to Norwich, Ont., the  nearest railway point to Bookton.  COMING AND GOING  j. E. W. Thompson has been spending a short season at Halcyon Hot  Springs.  Mrs. Forbes  M.  Kerby,   of   Grand  By  Forks, was visiting   Mrs.   L. Y. Birnie  this week.  Harry E. Macdonell, of Nelson, C.  P. R. general freight agent, was here  Thursday.  Herbert Sexton started a few days  ago to prospect in Labrador or Northern Quebec.  Rev. Samuel Lundie, pastor of the  Presbyterian church, visited Cascade  last Wednesday.  G. A. Evans, editor and proprietor  of the Grand Forks Sun, was a visitor  in the city last Sunday  Donald McCallum, business manager of the Grand Forks Gazette, was  a visitor in the city Wednesday.  Ed. G. Erb, formerly of Sand Point,  Idaho, has accepted a position as operator with the C.P.R. in Phoenix.  Will F. Powell, travelling agent of  the Spokane Spokesman-Review, was  rustling subscribers here this week.  James McGregor, of Nelson, provincial mining inspector, arrived in  camp Tuesday on official business.  Lewis S. Noble, a Denver mining  engineer, made a trip to Franklin  camp last week with George A. Mc-  Leod.  David Whiteside, solicitor, of Grand  Forks, and formerly of Phoenix, returned last Saturday from a month's  visit in the east.  M. H. McQuarrie has been making  a trip to McKinley camp, where he has  a site for one of the best towns in that  locality, according to report.  Mrs. L. Y. Birnie visited Grand  Forks last Sunday, bringing back her  little daughter Doris, who has been  away from Phoenix since last November.  W. B. Bower arrived from Grand  Forks Monday to take the place of W.  D. Lawson, ledgerkeeper of the Eastern Townships Bank, while the latter  is absent in the east.  Charles Wekell, formerly of Ta-  coraa, Wash, who will be master  mechanic at the Granby smelter after  May ist, was here Thursday, and went  through the company's mines.  Alvin Taylor, one of the compressor  engineers at the Granby mines, went  to the Coeur d'Alenes this week, to  look after development on the Midnight mine, in which he is interested.  Isaac A. Dinsmore, provincial constable at Grand Forks, came up Wednesday, and surprised his acquaintances  here by not approaching them for provincial revenue taxes. He was here  on other department business.  Arthur S. Williamson, for six years  in charge of the grocery department  of the Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.,  here, left for Kamloops Wednesday,  where he will look after his ranching  interests and later may make a trip  into Alberta.  TO CELEBRATE  DOMINION DAY  Phoenix  Will Do It  Shape.  Decided    at    Mass  Wednesday.  In Good  Meeting  L  Boundary Mining Notes  This week E. A. Black, the Jeweler,  moved into his new store on Knob  Hill Ave., where he is now getting in  shape.  It was reported yesterday that W.  C. Tilsley, formerly a resident of Phoenix, but latterly of California, lost his  life in the San Francisco earthquake  by a falling building.  The Great Northern Railway will  sell through return tickets to London,  Out., May 28th to June 1 st, inclusive,  account of Canadian Presbyterian Assembly, good to return until July 31st,  at rate of $7 2.S5; to Ottawa, selling  dates June 4th and 5th, good for sixty  days, first class at rate of $79 85.  The 87th anniversary of Odd Fellowship will be observed tomorrow  evening by the parading of the members of Snowshoe Lodge No. 46, 1. O  O. V., to the Presbyterian church,  where the pastor, Rev. Samuel Lundie will preach a sermon appropriate  to the occasion.  One week from today the Phoenix  brewery will place on sale its first brew  of bock beer under the present ownership, Biner & Sons. Competent  judges assert that Phoenix beer is now  by all odds the best beer ever made in  the Boundary, and this is testified to  by the fact that it is being shipped to  outside towns.  Judge W. B. Townsend, of Rossland, well known in the Boundary as  right of way agent for the West Kootenay Power & Light Co., hes been ap  pointed British Columbia right of way  agent for the Great Northern, and  enters upon his duties in a few days.  His first work will be at the coast, and  he will probably work his way east  through the Hope mountains.  James McRae, in charge of the Midway branch of McRae Bros. & Smith,  Ltd., came in from the Kettle river  town Tuesday, to spend a few days  here, his brother, Alex McRae, relieving him at Midway. He states that  few towns in the country are ahead of  Phoenix  F. W. Laing, of Calgary, inspector  of the Canadian Birbeck Savings and  Loan Co., of Toronto, spent a couple  of days in the city this week. lie  states that there are few places in  which loans are in better condition  than in Phoenix, the company never  having had to foreclose here.  MAY  DAY CELEBRATION.  Programme   al    Presbyterian   Church    Next  Wednesday.  Following is the programme on  which the ladies of the Presbyterian  church have been working for some  weeks past, for the May day entertainment, which will be given at the  church next Wednesday evening :  Instrumental music. Phoenix orchestra  Shadow drill Eight Little Girls  Recitation, "How My Grandmother  Danced the Minuet".Jean Crawford  Vocal Solo George D. Turner  Recitation Miss Bertha lleidman  Vocal Solo Robert Thompson  Duet Mrs. Roucliie, I. Crawford  Solo, "Little Black Me".Helen Gordon  Broom drill    Twelve Girls  Vocal Solo Mr. Jackson  Music Phoenix orchestra  Dialogue,    entitled,  "Dr.   Gertrude  Mason, M.D."���Caste of Characters:  Dr. Gertrude Mason,  Nora Irish Cook  Maria Miss Murray's Maid  Mrs. Van Style..A Woman of Fashion  Miss Simkins An Old Maid  Misses Bertha and Ella..Dr. Gertrude  Mason's two friends.  God Save the King.  Latest Prlcu In Mttfils.  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic,  25    $$18.50; Ink.'. $18.50�� $18.75  Bar bilver.W.'ii'g  Lead, **.60 to ����.00.  IIS.-  For some little time a sentiment has  been growing that it is time to !iold a  Dominion Day celebration in Phoenix,  the idea crystallizing on Wednesday  evening in a mass meeting, held in the  large large room in the city hall, to  consider the matter. The attendance  01 business men and those interested  in sports was excellent, lv. P. Shea being temporary chairman and O- N.  Galer secretary.  Expressions from those present was  all of a kind, namely, that the idea  should be taken hold of and pushed to  a successful finish. Accordingly, a  permanent organization was at once  formed, with the following officers:  Chairman, E. P. Shea; vice-chairman,  David Oxley; secretary, Gilbert Mc-  Eachran; treasurer, A. B. Hood; executive committee, his worship, Mayor  G. W. Rumberger, |. A. Mori in, Chas.  D. Hunter, R. V. Chisholm, J. A.  McMaster, W. S. Macy, M. H. Kane  and C. A. McClung. The meeting  then adjourned to meet next Wednesday at the same place.  It is the intention of ihe "<> nmittee  to raise a fund of $2,000 if possible,  and to have the best celebration yet  held in Phoenix, with good prizes hung  up for all events, including hose reel  racing, base ball, horse racing, Caledonian sports, etc. Special trains will  be run from nearby towns, and nothing, according to those interested,  will be left undone to make the event  a success. As Dominion day this year  falls on Sunday, the celebration will  take place on the Monday and Tuesday following, July 2nd and 3rd. A  great deal of interest is being taken  throughout the Boundary this, year in  sports, and the prizes to be offered  should attract a large number. By  that time also, the newly organized  brass band should be prepared to furnish the music for the occasion.  The first parts of the 250 h. p.  electric hoist for the Granby mines,  built by the Jenckes Machine Co., of  Sherbrooke, Quebec, have arrived in  Phoenix.  A force of eight men are at work at  the McKinley mine, Mckinley camp,  under supt A. D. McPhee. When  mining machinery can be installed the  force will be materially increased.  Work is progressing steadily on the  driving ol the tunnel on the Idaho  claim by the Dominion Copper Co.,  and also in the sinking of die three  compartment shaft for the same mine.  A report from Boston is. to the effect  that the copper output of the British  Columbia Copper Co. for March was  the largest of the year, amounting to  756,315 lbs. this is at the rate of 9,087,-  780 lbs. per annum.  SOME OF~f HE~~  CONTRIBUTIONS  DOMINION CO.'S  NEW AIR PLANT  To Be Delivered in Phoenix  In 60 Days.  Large  Sunset   Hoist  Used Here.  To   Be  Open  Hearted   Assistance  San Francisco.  to  Boundary Side Lights  Some time next month the Franklin  City townsite lots will be placed on the  market.  The Boundary Creek Times, of  Greenwood, now appears in eight page  form, greatly improving its appearance.  The impression grows that work on  the Midway-Greenwood extension of  the Great Northern will be started at  no distant date.  Last Monday hunters killed three  silver tip bears within two miles of the  south end of Christina lake, and say  there are many more west of the lake.  Kettle river is now at a pretty high  stage, and the Yale Columbia Lumber  Co 's 4,000,000 foot boom is coming  down from the West Fork district very  fast.  W. H. Itter and bride, nee Mis Alta  Marsden, both of Grand Forks, were  in the doomed city of Santa Rosa,  Cal., only one day before the earthquake, escaping just in time.  Midway people have raised a fund  of nearly $7,500 for the 24th of May  celebration, and propose to eclipse all  former efforts in this line. They will  doubtless have a large attendance from  Phoenix.  Greenwood ratepayers will vote next  week Wednesday on extending the  franchise of the Greenwood Electric  Co. for twenty years, and also on issuing $10,000 in debentures for the extension of the city water system.  Bulletin No. 32, a useful pamphlet  just issued by the provincial government of British Columbia and dealing  with the undeveloped areas of the central and northern interior, accompanied  by a large map, has been received  from the department.  Robert Halpenny, of Eholt, who,  for the last six years has been conductor on Granby ore trains on the Phoe  nix hill for the C. P. I\., has resigned  and leaves Monday for Saskatoon,  Sask., where he owns a machine shop  and considerable acreage.  W. P. Tierney, railway contractor,  has been over the line of the Kettle  Valley railway's proposed North Fork  extension, with the intention of making a tender for the work. It is expected to be done as far as Lynch  creek this year, a distance of 20 miles  from Grand Forks.  Miss Bessie Moffatt, of Greenwood,  who has been with the Canadian Hank  of Commerce in San Francisco for the  past two years arrived in Spokane last  Sunday from the south and is engaged  with the Spokane Traction Co. of that  city. Her many friends will be glad  tu learn of the young lady's safety.  The response from all over the  United States and even from foreign  countries to the distress in San Francisco, created by the earthquake and  terrible fire of last week, has been  magnificent. The 200,000 homeless  people are being taken care of, and the  contributions have been exceedingly  spontaneous. The city was burned  over an area of seven square miles,  but will be rebuilt as fast as men and  money can perform the task. From  reports sent out, the following is an  incomplete list of some of the important and interesting contributions made  to the relief fund, which is growing  every day. Sometimes the contributions were made in the form of cash,  and sometimes in the shape of provisions, foodstuffs and necessaries for a  host of people made homeless and  foodless :  U. .S. Government $2,500,000  Dominion Government      100,000  Province of British Columbia.        10,000  Province of Saskatchewan .... 5,000  State of Massachusetts      500,000  State of Connecticut       100,000  Andrew Carnegie       100,000  Canadian Pacific Hailwav         10.01.0  P. Burns & Co., Ltd.../  6,000  Adolphus Busch, St. Louis ...      100,000  Sir Thomas Lipton  5,000  Krnpress of China .        70,000  Southeastern Alaska  7.500  Canadian Bank of Commerce.       25,000  Fraternal Ordr.r of Eagles       100,000  Chineae of Chicago  5,000  Chinepe of Los Angeles  5.000  City of New York ' 3,500,000  Boston      500,000  "     Chicago      500,000  Philadelphia      350,000  Pitl.-burg      250,000  Seattle  Baltimore  Detroit ,  Buffalo   Vancouver ...  Spokane   Winnipeg  Helena   Victoria   Dawson   Quebec   125,000  100,000  60,000  50,000  30.000  30,000  10,000  10,000  10,000  5,000  2,000  Securing the Scenery.  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8 has  made a contract with John B. Crydet-  man, who has had experience in this  work, to paint four sets of scenery for  the new opera house, the work to be  completed in about three weeks. The  scenery will consist of parlor, kitchen,  street and wood scenes, and will equip  the stage of the new theatre in nice  shape. It is expected to have the  opera house ready for its opening some  time about the middle or end of May,  the matter of seating the building now  also receiving attention.  This week the Dominion Copper  Co., Ltd., through Thomas R. Drummond, manager, placed an order with  Richard P. Williams, of Rossland,  resident agent for the Canadian Rand  Drill Co., of Sherbrooke, Quebec, for  a new electric driven air compressing  plant, with intercooler, etc., lor the  Brooklyn group of mines in this camp.  It will be of the double compound  tandem type, similar to that in use at  the Granby mines, but somewhat  smaller, having a rated capacity at this  level of about 25 machine drills. This  compressor will he capable of furnishing 2,726 cubic feet of free air per  minute at sea level, or about 2,300  feet at the level of Phoenix. Delivery  of the new plant has been contracted  for in sixty days' time.  The contract for the 400 h.p. electric motor, to drive the new compressor has not yet been awarded, but  prooably will be within the next few  days.  For a hoist for the three-compartment shaft being sunk on the Idaho  mine, the steam driven hoist now in  use by the company at the Sunset  mine, Deadwood camp, will be altered  for electric service and transferred to  this camp. This is a large machine  and suitable for the work intended.  A contract for the 150 h.p. electric  motor, to drive this hoist, has been  awarded to the Allis-Chalmers-Bul-  !ock, Ltd., of Montreal, and will be  rated at 550 volts. The motors will  have full equipment of transformers,  etc.  This machinery is all intended for a  centrally located plant, to serve the  Brooklyn, Stemwinder and Idaho  mines in the heart o' this camp, and  as soon as needed, work will be itarted  on the large buildings needed to house  the new machinery.  baved Heavy Legal Costs.  A report from Grand Forks states  that word has reached there from Victoria that the supreme court sitting en  banc has allowed R. A. Brown's appeal in the case of R. A. Brown versus  B. Lequime. The orignal action was  broughl by B. Lequime against R. A.  Brown to recover some $4500 on a log  contract. The case was heard before  Chief Justice Hunter, who gave judgment in favor of Mr. Lequime. Brown  then appealed to the full court, with  the above results. The allowing of  this appeal includes some $3000 legal  costs. It is said that there is a probability of Mr. Lequime carrying the  case to a still higher tribunal.  Your friend far away would enjoy  the Pioneer.    Try him and see.  Peter Pelton, the Finn who had his  foot slightly hurt some ten days ago in  the Granby mines, after leaving the  hospital, made himself scarce, and has  left his wife in the hospital here, with  three small children unprovided for.  The provincial authorities have charge  of the case.  t  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  ATKIL  2.S   '06  The folluwiug tabic gives the ore shipments   or Boundary miues   lor 1900.  (or 1901, lo  190:2. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905, and 1906, as reported to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  7     u  Mink.  Granby Mines   iuowshoe   Camp.   Phoeuix   Phoenix  1900  64.553  297  1901  231.762  1.731  1902  3��9.SSS  20,8oO  IO03  393.71"*  71,212  1904  549.703  1005  653.389  ���9*S  I77.V��9  1'asl  Week  154*8  B   C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode ....Deadwood  Bonnie Belle  Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem wiidr..Phoenii  Kawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mounluiu Rose Summit  Athetitaii-jBcUpot_We"ilUKtu.  Morrison Deadwood  B. C. Mine Summit  K. Belt Summit  Binma Summit  Oro Deuoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Kogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  3ig Copper W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paris White's  5.340  99."34  141,326 138,079 174,29S 174.567  55.216  4.264  19.494  802  550  47,405  J2.350     3,070  7.455  15.73"  "5.646  3.250  1.759  4.5S6  150  3339  14.811  19.305  560  650  S,53o  1.076  3,250  1,040  7SS  62s  =75  005  2,000  48J  22,937  ���5,537  363  37.96o  16,400  3.450  222  364  33  Jewel..  Caruii.  Sally.  Kflinbler   Providence   Klkhorn   ' Struthmoic   Preston ,  Prince Henry ....  ' Skylark   Last Chance   K. P. U. Mine   Bay    Mavis   Don Pedro  Craaceat....  Helen    Long Lake  ....Weil Kork  ....West Kork  ...West Koik  ...Providence  ... Providence  ...Providence   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Greenwood  2,060  890  993  400  720  325  52  50  300  3,230  jtuby Boundary Vails  Kcaubiic Boundary Kails  Miscellaneous   Total, tons     96,600  Smelter treatment���  Uranby Co     62.3��7  B. C. Copper Co   Domiuicu Copper Co   So  3-4.S6  390,800  2.10,3.18  117,011  325  50S.S76  312, Wo  I4��,boo  500  690,419  401,921  IOJ.913  I3L570  00  750  55-731  25.10S  3.US6  4.747  9,435  3.007  1,833  33  150  30  ���45  535  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  j-.��  49.073  4.259  11,459  BlS  5.332  6.404  3 102 1  297 ,  1,105  586  15  ���5  isa  :-l  829,808   9.U.54S   415.J7U    '4��M  596,252  210,4.14  io.yjo  b.S7.i>ia ItflAVi  JUI.S.4.' <\S.9��>  Si,u59     :.y/.^j  15.153  3..M3  ���l.5"4  Total reduced _.   .2.3H    34��.4J��    4*��.��4��    <>97.404    8j7.<*6    981.877   4 25 9*5    ��j 4 7"  ���-  . ;���   ���.:�����/  ���f.   :   .. j) :  '���'���I'tll  ���.'���j'.In  ���BBS THE PHOENIX PTONEEB.  ���:Il  ���;��'(  ������^���fi  . .'.& ���<���;���.���'������!'/ >,>>���.  '   II  V:'  1  -.���'.'A':?.  ���������>' si^v^  ���"������'���'"itofa  �����;.���;�����<��  ill  $  f&��$PilP  ������*'  .:���-���.     I'.i.j^.'.-l:;*,'..'!^  y-tai  J:;yi;|!��pg|j  if   ,?3:  Still  flip  lilt  ili  inii;  ?y|pP  Slltf  lliS  "lit  .''.''.';'U^v'!'J:'i'*'  :���'::���:.?:<!&"{  '������"^'fiS'/ffii'  .':��� ���'-'te'A.ft  r:pf  y.;;i|i|f  -*:>''  It is an incomplete grocery  indeed, that has not a good  supply of our old favorite drink,  o���  PROVINCIAL.  now   blessed   with   a  TEA, on hand.  The. Phoenix Pioneer f^1'1" ",,erehanw ��' "iTt  looked like ready money���or, at least,  And Boundary Mining Journal.!  laSOKD ON HiTOKDAYS IV THH  PIONREK PUBLISHING (X).  AT PBOKNIX, B. C  W. B. WILLCOX. Manage".  -_.   _i���._���  I Business office No. 14.  Telephone, j M���,K���.t residence. No. 15.  BOaSCKHTIONK IX   ADVANCE.  er Year   Six Months   ..Jj.oo  If you are not a subscr ber to this paper, this  an Invitation to tou to become one.  needed improved receptacles  to keep  their growing stores of that commodity.  For  some weeks  past   the   Nelson  Daily News has  been  doing excellent  work in calling attention to the mining  results of southern   British Columbia,  by   compiling   and   publishing   every  Sunday reports of the complete output  of the several mines  and   smelters in  Kootenay and Vale districts.    We believe that reports of this ��iature, printed week after week, and brought down  to date with each publication,  are the  best   kind of advertisements   for the  province.      This   is   the   reason   the  Pioneer  has done this  very thing for  the Boundary for some five years past,  which  the  News   is   now   doing on a  more extended scale.  Advertising rate* lurmsbeo. on application.  Legal notice* 10 and s cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  t ls^rt ��lng.  1906      APRIL.  1906  Sir. Hm. Tuei.  Wad.   Thu.  ft..  Sit.  1       2  3  4      S  6  7  8      9  10  11     12  ��3  14  15    16  17  18     19  20  21  22    23  24  25     26  27  28  29    30  The World t"o tke  Rescue.  As the fuller details of the San Fran  cisco holocaust of last week come to  hand, one can, in some slight degree,  begin to appreciate the horror of the  situation created in that magnificent  city of a few days ago, with its nearly  half a million souls, by earthquake and  ��� fire. It is little wonder that many lost  their minds and went around like raving maniacs���it is more remarkable  that more did not become thus  affected.  Probably every section   of Canada,  to say nothing of the United States in  general and the west in particular, had  friends, relatives   or  acquaintances in  the doomed city, and great has  been  the  universal  suspense till the worst  became known.     Few can realize the  horrors through which   residents, permanent or temporary, of that city were  forced to go through in those few days.  One  feature,   however,   stands   out  clear, and that is the unanimous rushing  of almost  the entire world to the  rescue   of  the thousands of destitute  and homeless   in   the   California city.  From nearly every hamlet in America,  and from many places in  Canada the  response was prompt and effective, so  that suffering might   not ensue longer  than need be from  the destruction of  practically the entire city.    Paraphrasing the poet, one touch of earthquake  and   fire  made   the whole world kin.  The response was littie less   than   remarkable, and it came  none too soon.  The American Congress gave $2,500,-  The   Victoria   Times   asserts   that  there   is   every   indication    that   the  Grand  Trunk Pacific   will   be laying  rails from the Pacific end in the spring  of  1907.    Let  us   see.    It   was   the  Hon. Wm. Templeman, chief owner of  the Times, who told us here in  Phoenix, and others all  over  the province,  two or three years ago,  that construction   would   start   at once if only  a  "solid seven" was  returned lo Ottawa  from  British Columbia.      Well,   they  were returned,   Mr.   Templeman   was  taken at his word   by  the   electorate,  and not a thing has yet been  done by  the Grand Trunk Pacific in this province except   to jockey  unsuccessfully  for a bonus from   the   provincial government���a bonus, by the way, which  both the Times and Mr.  Templeman  previously told the people  would  not  be  asked   for.    Politics   reveal   some  queer things,   and   the  Times   wisely  leaves those promises severely alone.  Qrlp Quickly Knocked Out.  "Some weeks ago during the severe  winter weather both my wife and myself contracted severe colds which  speedily developed into the worst kind  of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms," says Mr. J. S Egleston of  Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees ana  joints aching, muscles sore, head  stopped up, eyes and nose running,  with alterate spells of chills and fever.  We began using Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy, aiding the same with a double  dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use  soon completely knocked out the grip."  Sold by all druggists.  000, and our own government at Ottawa sent $100,000, while lesser  amounts came pouring in, and are doing so yet, from all over the land,.  It is estimated that damage to the  extent cf $300,000,000 was done in  San Francisco, with insurance of a  little more   than   half   that   amount.  STRICTLY BUSINESS  No ad is as good as it should be  that doesn't make a direct appeal to  the self-interest of the reader.  Any advertising is good where none  is being done; the best advertising is  demanded where good advertising is  being done.  The man whose advertising pays is  sure of his ground; the man who says  it doesn't pay can never be sure his  method was right.  "You will never 'find' time. If you  want time you must make it." If you  can always make time by reading the  ads., you will find that in making time  you have also been making money.  How much is your business capable  of expansion ? And how much are  you prepared to pay for expansion to  that extent? If there are a lot of  people you could interest in your store  Penticton  W.C.T.U.  Kamloops will have a tax rate oi 19  mills this year.  There is a scarcity of unskilled laboi  in the Kootenays.  Enderby expects to have a $20,000  waterworks system.  Vernon proposes to put in a $20.-  000 sewage system.  On May 24th Kaslo will hold its  15th annual celebration.  Work is to be started shortly on the  Federal building at Fernie.  A man in New Westminster raises  25 different apples on one tree.  It is reported that W. J. Clement of  Kelowna will start a paper at Penticton.  The Kamloops Sentinel has. added  a typesetting machine to xis equipment. ���'.'  The Cranbrook Telephone company  is extending its long disiance line to  Elkmouth.  As showing the growth of the fruitgrowing industry in British Columbia.  Soo.ooo fruit trees will pass through  the customs at Vancouver this month.  Vancouver's Hundred Thousand  Club began its career with a membership of 400. Kamloops' Ten Thousand Club organized with 217 members  enrolled.  The Hill Crest Railway and Coal  Co. will he incorporated at Ottawa  with a line to run from Morrisey to  Cardston, with branches to Pincher  Creek and Coalfields.  Work on the construction of the  Princeton-Vancouver division of the  Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern railway  will probably begin within 60 days,  according to announcements made at  Spokane.  It is believed the plan to open up  the Duncan Valley by light railways  will be carried out by the German  firm who have the scheme in hand.  If so, a large area rich in timber and  mineral wealth will be provided with  transportation.  As showing the importance of the  tourist traffic to the mountains of British Columbia, 19,838 tourists were  registered at Banff last year. Their  expenditure in hotel expenses, railway  fare, guides, etc, is estimated to have  averaged $20 a day.  John D. Gillis, late principal of the  Boys' Central school, Victoria, has  been appointed provincial school inspector for Kootenay and Boundary.  He is a native of Prince Edward  Island, coming to this province in  1890.  A Scotch .Sight.  it   jjtitlii'rin.v:  ot  l'r..in  the  'wliiis-ki-y" in  itml  If you chance to .strik  l'mlf H dozen friends  Wlu'ro tin-drink i��   lihililund   wlii-k-y  or soniK clios.n "Imrdcr lili-nds."  Ami tin' mom  is full   "i   'vpchin"   mid  the "j��ri|>fiin"of linuin "linn'.-.'  Ami tin- talk in nil oi "turi.in-" and  <>i  'plaiilies" ami of "i'Iiuis."  You can take ihin>M "dunce" and  cit-y,  vou can jutlue von're uoinir riglij,  Fo'r you've had the hick to Mumble on 11  "wee Scotch ni}:hl."  When you're pitchforked in ainon^ Hit-in  in 11 sweeping s >rt of any  As '���anitlier moii an' liritlie  Tweed or from the Tay.  When you're taken  hy the   "oSi'ier  you're "oouped" into a ehair  While  soiiih  one  flips a ''��'  vour tumbler unaware.  Tlien the present seems iei��s ili.-ina  the future fair ami "Inicht"  For vou've flruek earihVirnimie-t. treasure in a "��ni<i jjfJU'li nicfit."  When vou hear a .-hurl   name  shouied,  and ihe fame name shouted bark,  Till   von   think in    the   confusion jlml  the'v'vi'all been christened "Mae";  When y.u see 11 red   beard  dishing ">  tile corner by the lire,  And a yinnt on the sofa who is   six   fe.-l  three or higher;  Before you've  tiuessrd the eolor and before vou've jriniL'i'tl ll"' heijilii.  You'll'have jumped   10   ili<;  roui-hiMuii  it's 11 "Itniw S.-uteh ii'iih!.*'  When the red man in I lieeorner puis ' is  stroii).' vo t-e to I In1 pr.��n  As he jrives "The   Humlied I'iper.-" and  the ehoril" lifts tin- rool,  When a "ihiel"  s-Ji.jr-   "Annie   l.aurii-"  with its lender-wi-ei refrain  Till (he tears aie on their pvelids ami ���  the drinks eome round ajsiiin,  When they chant the stirriui; war solids  that would make tbr eowuril tij-'lr,  Then you're  fairly   in   the   inildle   "I  a  ''wee Scoleh niu'lil."  When ihe plot begins to lliiekeu and ihe  band I ejjins lo pluv,  When every tin p..! iliiel'ian ha- a word  or two 10 say.  When they'd jell a  (^ne-'iislaml  slaii.-n  for a spiij: cf native in-atb.  When there's one '\\lae." on   the   table  and 11 couple mult-nieaih,  When  hall of ihein are s eepinv   ml ihe  whole of them are tiuht,  You   will  all   know  that yo l're  ns^i'sl-  ing at a (hie) Seutrli niulit.  When the last  big   lx>n!>-'.-   empty   and  the dawn i-rerps gray and eo'd.  And the  la.-t   elan   tartan's   fulde I   and  the last d���d lie is told.  When ihey totter down   ihe footpath in  a brave unbroken line  To the peril of the passers and the   tune  of "Auld Lanj: Syne,"  Yon can tell the fofk al breakfast as ihey  watch the fearsome "sielit"  They    have   only   been   a-sist'ii;'   at   a  ���braw Seotcli nieht."  ��� W. II. (.hiiI   ie.  banking business entrusted to our keeping  receives the most careful attention.  EASTERN   TOWNSHIPS   BANK  HEAD    OFFCC:  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  FlI'TY-TllHK ���   IlKANClIHS   IN   OaKAO*.  CAPTAL,  RESERVE,  Correspondent" in nil oiirts ol'llie World.  Wm    Ka 11 w 1:1.1., 1'reniili-iil.  ]AS.' MACKINNON, Gcn'l   M��r.  S3.000,000  11,600,000  Savings  Department.  A. B. HOOD, Manager  Phoenix Branch.  P.  0.  Box 56.  Phoenix  Market.  'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meal Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood. Grand Fork*, Midwav, Kholtiind all the  principle Cities and Towiih in IJ.C, Alherlii and Yukon.  Hetulqmirters: Headquarters for Hoiiudiirv :  NELSON,  B.C.  other  UKKKNWOOli,  H.C.  ������ ��� ������ ��������������� *.������������������������������������������������  Chamberlain's Salve is good for any  disease of the skin. It allays the itching and burning sensation instantly.  For sale by J. ii. Bovle.  Church Services Tomorr' w *  ���  t  ���  Phocflix-  Greenwood  Stage Line j  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greeuwood  9.30 a. m  ^.30 p. m  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  :  Ciujrbt Cold While Hunllai a Burtlar.  Mr. Wm. Thos.   Lanorgan,   provin  cial constable  at   Chapleau,   Ontario,  says:    "I caught a severe   cold   while  hunting a burglar in the forest swamp  last   fall.    Hearing   of  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy, I tried  it,   and  after  using   two  small   bottles, I was com  pletely   cured."    This   remedy   is   in  tended especially for coughs and colds.  It will loosen and relieve a severe cold  in less time than by  any   other treat  ment  and   is  a   favorite wherever its  superior excellence has become known.  For sale by all druggists.  List  WORLD EARTHQUAKE DISASTERS.  of   Historic   Earthquakes   as   Par  Records Show In Last 200 Years.  or business who could be reached and  influenced by the right kind of advertising, how much of the prospective  and probable profit from their orders  are you willing to set aside as the cost  of getting the orders.  Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable.  A happy home is the most valuable  Already preparations are being made' possession that is within the reach of  to build a greater" and better city on ' mankind^but you cannot enjoy -  the old   site, and   Phoenix   like,   the  mankind, out you cannot enjoy its  I comforts if you are suffering from rheu  , niatism. You throw aside business  Pacific coast metropolis is rising from cares when you enter your home and  its ashes.    For   ourselves,   however, a you   can  be relieved from those rheu-  site farther from the earthquake centre ' m.atic PaiPs also b>' applying Chamber-  u 1    f 1 1    j    ���   1 1 Iain's   Pain Balm.       One  aonlication  would seem to be highly desirab e.       1   ���,,   ��� ,- r      Y .      ' ' 'Y""   b   ' j will give you relief and   its  continued  A     11      c    c j  ���      1     ��� use f��r a short time will brine about a  A seller of safes was doing business n% ���������,��   ��� . tt        1     , uul,,  b permanent   cure. For sale   bv   all  here a few days since.    He must have 1 drUg���jsts<  Following is a list of the damages  caused by the world's greatest earthquakes, in the past 200 years, with the  most serious of which the San Francisco calamity is believed to rank on  equal terms:  t7��3���Jedod, Japan, 200,000 dead.  1706���Abruzzi, Italy, 15,000 perished.  1716, May���Algiers, more than  20,000 lost.  1731, November 30���One hundred  thousand people buried at  Pekin.  1732���Naples, 1940 lives lost.  1746, October 28���Lima, Peru and  Callao destroyed, 18,000 persons buried  1754, September���Cairo, loss of  40,000 lives.  1745, June 7���Kaschan, Persia,  overturned; 40,000 people killed.  1755, November 1���Great Lisbon  shock; 50,000 people killed at Lisbon;  12,000 Arabs in Morocco buried;  2,000 houses in the Grecian Archipelago overturned.  1759, October 30���Baalbec, Syria,  destroyed; 20,000 persons killed.  1773, June 7���Santiago, Guatemala,  and its inhabitants swallowed up.  1783, February 4���Towns in Italy  and Sicily destroyed.  1784, July 23���Ezinghian, near Er-  zeroum, destroyed; 5,000 killed.  1778, October 12���St. Lucia, near  Erzeroun, destroyed; 900 killed.  1797, February 4���Panama, 40,000  people buried suddenly.  1800-1842���Great shocks, with awful loss of life in Constantinople, Hoi  land, Naples, the Azores, the Mississippi Valley, Caracas, India, Genoa,  Aleppo, Chili, Spain, China, Martinique  and Guadeloupe.  1868, August 13���Cities in Ecuador  destroyed; 25,000 killed and a prop  erty loss of $300,000,000.  1883, August 3���Island of Ischia,  almost destroyed; 2,000 lives lost.  1883, October 20���Krakatoa eruption in Java and Sumatra; 100,000  lives lost.  1884, April 22���Earthquake general throughout England.  1886, August 31���Chaneston, S.C.,  41 lives lost; $5,000,000 property de  stroyed.  1902���Mt. Pelee, St. Pierre, Martinique, whole town destroyed; ships  all burned out, but few lives saved.  ��^��^*#i#*#���.*>���^#���.#***#^.****#���.*��!��>.S  Methodist���Cass meeting at 1 1 a.  m., Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m. Tuesday evening at 7:30 Junior League. A cordial  invitation to all these services. Rev.  C. Wellesley Whittaker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Preaching Service tomorrow at  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and liible  class at 2:30 p.m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, 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. O.M.I. Pastor.  Church of England���Services, 1st and  3d Sunday in each month, 3:30 p.m.,  by Rev. J. Leech-Porter of Greenwood.  Hospital Donations  Lirft of Dniiat.iotis received   enice Jan.  1st, 1905,  to ihe I'l  pital:  Cash $10   Cai-h $25   Cash $5   Book Case   Bed I.tnen,4 dor    Cash J50   Cash $10   Cash $25   Spring Cot   Maple ^yriip   Gentleman's Dressing  Old Linen ,  1 Box Rooks ;   Cash $20   Dominion Copper Co...  Cord Wood   iiienix   (iciieral   M03-    K.MoireU  ��� J. H. Macnulay   A. V, Berry   A. K  H. Clark   Hor.pilnl Larii;*   Aid   _ K  T. Hank   Jas   McCreath  . Canadian Kami Drill Co.   A.B   Hood   A Krfend  Goivn Mrs. J. B. Hoyle   ���Mrs   I. Crawford    Mrs  B. A. W. Hodves   A JSranil forks Vriend  ...Full Set lloiln Tul>es   V. Itucklcas  Application to Transfer Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that we in tend  to apply to the Board of L-cen-inn Commissioners of the Coipomtion of the  City of Phoenix, nt the imxl meeting,  foi the transfer of the Met'iipe. now Imlu  by us, to sell liquois at retu.il on Ihe  premiseB known si*Summit Hotel, Phoenix, B.C., to Oxley & Flailninn.  (���MKiieilj  Mak.iii.u.1.<fe Siika.  Dated at Plioenix, B. C.  thix  24th day  of January. 11)00.  and a Union Made Cigar.  "Kurtz's Own"  "Kurtz's Pioneers"  "Spanish Blossoms"  You finish one with   regret and  begin another with pleasure.   ���  For sale by all good dealers.  Manufactured by ... .  Kurtz's   Pioneer  Cigar     Factory,  148 CORDOVA ST. W.,  Vancouver, B. C.  HEGINNING FEB. 15, tg..6.  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPERS  EVERY DAY IN THE-YEAR BETWEEN  SEATTLE and CHICAGO  via the  Great   Northern   Railway  "The Comfortable Way"  Route of the famous Oriental Limited  For detailed information apply to  M. M. Stephens, Agent,    or S.G.Yerkes, A.G.P.A.  Phoenix, B. C. Seattle, Wash.  I. H. HALLfcTT  Hakkintick, Solicitor,  NOTAKV I'UIII.K'  Cubic A  tlrcM s       IlAI.I.KTT.  Sllcdfulil M'Nc l'H  MoieftiK tk Nt-ul'M  I.filler'*.  (irceiiwoud, IJ, c  TUCK    COLLINS  SHAVING PAKi.OKs      ,   '  and HA I'll ROOM.  Hotel Ktilmori*!  Cor. l'imt & Kiioh Hill Ave  I'llOI  ���NIX, II. e.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. K. anil ,\. .\|  KckiiIui coininiiiilciilioii s 1, ...  oml Tliiirkilny ol'cncli iiion'lli       'v  KuierKfiit iiuxtliiKB n��c.,ll,,|.\i���  II  erwent  11II   Mi-  lliilr mock  I). M.MOKKII.!.. K. B. IIOl'CIII'K   M  W.M,  I. O. O. F.  SNOWKIIOK t.O��i;i< No 4  MeclK every Moiulny l{veuiuK   u| Mjnm. HM  Visiting brethren conllully invited,  Chun. McCHfciie, N.i..  Uko.K. Mkaij, Ktc.Kic-).  Muicim Martin. |>  ^OREGON  Shoi^t Line  and union Pacific  ONLY  LINE  EAST   VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains  Daily.  .Steuiiipliip tiitketa to KiirupeuimI <>iln  foreign countries.  Leaves  Daily  Spokane Time Schedule  Kflfcctlve Nov. 22 191,  Arm..  D��llv  ��r  ���O  ?.ii��, in. KAST MAIL���To and rrom  Coenr d'Alenc illsti icl, l'��i in-  ilil-toli Garfield ' olfm Hull,  inan, ���Mohcowt, ���I'oiucroy,  WailhhiiiK, I>uytun. Walla  Walla. Tentl eton. Ilakrr City  and all point* Kant k.oo  1:30 p. 111. KXHKKSS���Hor l'arliiiitgtuu  C.aifieWI. Colfax, rutltiiuii  Moscmv.r.ewlHloil, I'uitlsind  Sal: Kiancir*co, KaUcr Cily  ami all poinln HAST.  KXI'KKS.S ���l'rmii all |.<���i,i.  KhM, HaWtr Cily. San I-r an.  Cisco, l'i ill la ml. Ci'llux, Cm.  field nlnl  I artnliiL-liMi ...11 4... ���,  * Kxicpl Si unlay.  SHOUT LINK To CALM 'Mr |.\.  Sun Kiuiii'iM'M-IWliiiiiit 1,-nif.  St cm met * *uii fiotn Ain.twordt ui*. i.   t'.,r(l��nd  Mt 8 p' 'III. 11 mi ft U til S[��c��l  Mrcct �� \H>1 f. >tniKr��n  cittco  hI 10 a. 111. every five <\uy*.  For   fut I her   iiifurniutiuii   a*   to iHlr��, tunc  train*.equipment,etc, ��<Mich*  c;KO.  J.   MOUI.KK.Ccii.ral AK'n��t  Uivcraulr  Ave. SpoLum , *����b  Phoenix  Shoe  Shop.  All   Work  (luaraniera.  Imported Goods.  FINK UOOl'S AND SHOES  MADE   TO   ORDER.  PRACTICAL     MINERS'   A   Ni> I'Kn  ���  PECTORS'SHOES   A   SPI-CUI-'I i.  Sin  Iiijiiilniiin   Aviniiit.  Phoenix Livery Stable |  William R. Matheson, Prop. j  Fvprvthinff Npw CARRIA(7'eS   and   other   rigs  1>YVIJ 111111%  nt/TT   HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL |  *~*m9**1*mm*mm*mmmmmmm*HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY   WOOD j  Delivered to any part of the city. j  Entire Outfit'New and Up-to-date.    A share of the puhlic {  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37. 1  DOMINION AVE., COR.  BANNER ST.,          I'HOENIX,   B. C. !  I  Avenge Prices ol Copper.  ���New York���  Elecllolytic. I.��l.r  ��3����������<!  If You Do Not Read The  PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Journal  You will not keep up-to-date on the progress  of the  Great Boundary Mining District  In British Columbia.  The Boundary has produced ore valued at nearly  $20,000,000 in a little over six years, and in 1906 its  output is expected to he $6,000,000. It has three  modern smelters���one of them the largest in Canada���  and about 20 shipping mines, sending out some 4,000  tons of copper-gold ore daily.  The Pioneer  is   entirely  different  from   any  other  paper  It is published in the heart of this marvellous  mineral belt at only $2 per annum. To any one interested here it is worth five times as much. Make all  money orders payable to  Mouth.            UKl-l     Ii)05 liiin  January 12 -ilO lo 05 IV..Wi  K��'l��ruarv. . .I2.ll(i:{  15.Old 1-1'I5  Mart-h lii.ms  I5.20S 12 L'fil)  April     12J��22  14 V\U 1:5.12u  May 12.758 14 1127 13 000  Iline 12.2I5JI   I4.��i7:5 li.H'Jl'  July i2 2r��J  14 8S8 12 500  August 12.K42 15.70 12 4CS  ���;eptfiiiber..l2.41M   15 il-to 12.020  Oetolit-r 12!HM  lii.I-W I;-J 117  November ..14.283 115.080 14.465  December . .14.0*i0  18 400 14>50  l!K'5  13 I2>  15.136  15 Wo  \:- OIU  14.820  14.SI'.'  15.1.05  15.7.".  I5.!'78  1U.44  lii.S5  IS. 28  Year.  ..12.820      12.0'.m;  Lalett Mining   Slock  Quolaliooi.  American Hoy    Hen Hur   Blaclr  rail    B.C. Copper   Cunmlj.i, Uoiu field!   Caril>uu,e>iiip McK (cx-uiv.)   Center Slur ���   Cn.WsNe.t Paul Coal   C. M   &. s. Co. of Can   Ueimru Mine��_   Dominion Copper   Klthorn-Hoiiiiclary..   Pairview   Hlaher Maiden   (Hani    UronbyConiolidutrti   Inter national Coal   Jumbo   MoriiuiK ulory    Mountain Llon_ ,  Montreal ��t BoMon   North Star, (K. K.)   Payne   Quilp   Rambler-Cariboo      San Poll   Sullivan '.   St. Kuuene   Tom Thuiin   War l'.a��le Consolidated   Waterloo (An   paid)   White Bear   J  ���10  |J��  ��.o  ��9 ��'  7S  i'l  '%  lH  <"'  ���10  00  iu 00  V  i  5"  *i  li  S>i  5  IS  'H  I  Ji 05  2  iH  3��  i��  Sample copy sent on application.  PIONEER  PUBLISHING  CO.,  PHOENIX,  COLUMBIA^ C0LIE���S.  Founi'ml 1892���IncorpoiRti-cl 1893.  NEW  WKSTWINSTEK. B.C.  l'rovitli-8 11 Christian honie fur Mlii'l-  <=ntH of both Hexes at ni��xler��tr ritir''-  Has a. prcimintorv class for junior fiii'i-  t'litH, tloinu grade ptililiu peliool "l,.rK-  Doea hi|��h airltool work, eonfern nil l"K"  school privileges, ami prepares for ti'��'"*  era'examinations. 'IVacheaBll liraii<;'lW  of a Practical Business Course nii'l >-"ves  Diploma*. Gives a liberal eJucatioii "[  its ColU-giato Course anil in th�� ba'111'?  Course for M.K.L. and M.L.A. I" u"!*  versity work, can take sttidentH throW"  the complete Arts Course, and li"1 '"'"  gree of B.A. can be obtained from 'or'  onfo Univemty, which the colb'Kc IH ���"  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms ��n'e  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A., B.D , l'r":1-  pal;or Rev. J. P. Bowoll. Bur-iar.  WANTED.-MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, tliut nrc '"'��, .  wprklne for umall waccs. to qunlily ns salaii> u  afl writer, or ahow-enrd writers tlirouch ?"'  Initnictlon by mail. Prices low: terms p����i ��� "  books to buy. Sond for circular. Rtntlni: wl��ro  you sawthla ad and which po��H'"n 5''"|Wi,a'  INTERNATIONAI.    COBEEBPONPUNtl!    bCllOO1'"'  Scranton, Pa. ...   IP  r \W  the phgehix pfosrassra.  ti-im  *'  -ar  j    THE OBSERVATORY  ( TlllNOS   TAI.ICKD'oir   AT  i IIOUK AND Kl.SKWIIKKK  Did you ever notice what a lot of  people are always ready to chase off  after a real, live boom, hoping that  they be one of the very few to make  jjood in the new locality while the excitement is on, and formating all  about the other yo out of every 100  that seem to come out at the small  end of ihe horn? There is Nevada,  for instance. 'The stories of ilv new  i i ii|i- ;fe I'll'mi. li ; ��� iir.. .1 '..'.ravit  image start in that direction, because  nearly everyone is making big money  ���according to the truthful (?) reports.  As fast as one new desert mining  camp loses its glamour, another springs  up, and it is generally a little farther  away from civilization.  tM  Then there is Cobalt, in Ontario.  The boom has taken a good hold in  that brand new spot, and is doing a  big stroke ol business. Reports tell us  that a mile of hotels and boarding  houses are now under construction,  and that, in fact, it is a made-while-  you-wait town. From all over the continent do they come to take part in  the get-rich-quick game. Even a few  have gone from the Boundary to woo  che fickle goddess. And yet it has  lieen noted here many a time that  nine out of ten of these boom chasers  return to the Boundary. There must  be a reason.  The Pioneer is in receipt of the Annual Statistical Edition of the Daily  Mining Record, of Denver, the only  daily paper of its class, by the way,  published in the world. To any one  in the least interested in the mines of  the west, this number is well worthy of  preservation, being, as it is, a perfect  mine of information regarding the  great smelters and mines of the west,  lis 48 large newspaper, pages are brim  full of data and statistics that cannot  fail to be of great use to mining men  generally, while ihe edition of 100,000  wil) make the issue do a vast deal of  good.  Mrs. Clias. Sluiiiocke, Stoughton, Wis., writes:  '���My experience \,-ith I'eruna has been moat pleasing.   By carelessly leaving a, licuted ball room I got thoroughly chilled and caught a heavy cold  I   -which settled oa my lungs.   I wore a protector,  took many remedies for  S*   cold without success.   With my oilier troubles 1 had catarrh of the head.  "Parana was recommended to me and I bought a bottle and soon began  to Improve.   I kept on taking It and It cured me from all my troubles.  I   I am pleased to testify to Its merits.''  Last December   when   the   Granby  No. 1 crusher, located on the C. P. R.  tracks here,   was   burned down, some  one remarked that the Lord   was good  to Jim Hill, as a heavier traffic would  be diverted to the Great Northern  for  a time.      I.ast week the Lord was evidently good to   Sir   Thomas   Shaugh-  nessy (not Sir Thomas O'Shaughnessy,  as   tlie   Spokesman-Review    puts    it),  when a wreck on ihe Great Northern a  few miles trom Phoenix  put  that   line  out  of  business  temporarily and sent  an  increased   tonnage   out   from    the  Granby mines over the C I'.R.  Arid this reminds us that when anything happens to the C. P. R. trains  coming to Phoenix, that railway takes  pains to see that the mails are sent in  by wagon, if possible, instead of holding them till the wreck is cleared  away. The Great Northern could  learn something from the C.P. R. in  this regard, and not keep 48 hours  mail waiting within three miles of the  ���city without making some effort to  send it in, as happened last week at a  time when thousands were anxiously  waiting full details of the San Francisco earthquake disaster.  Ml  For the last week or two the public  prints have been full of stories of the  intention of James J. Hill to build a  new line from Winnipeg west lo Vancouver, the same to take in the V., V.  & R. railway, already partially completed. Building across the prairies  would be no difficult task, and great  progress could be made with that part  of the construction. It is also pretty  certain that Mr. Hill would get his  share of the tonnage wherever he laid  his steel bands. Just at present, however, there is so much new railway  work going on all over the west, that  it will be no small matter to secure  laborers for ihe work already contracted for, several thousand miles of it.  The C. P. R. and Great Northern  have been engaged in a pretty struggle  for several years for the tonnage of the  northwest, and it is far from over.  When the Great Northern invaded the  Boundary and gobbled a big share of  the Granby tonnage, the C. P. R. immediately made a deal with D. C. Cor-  bin to throw a line into Spokane, and  by fall will have its trains in that city,  thereby making things interesting for  Mr. Hill's lines. Nor is that all, as  the C.P.R. proposes to reach Tacoma,  and Portland also, according to report.  Therefore the proposition of Mr. Hill  to build west to Vancouver, takes on  an interesting aspect. As Josh Billings would remark, it is important if  true.  Some   American   publications   are  The World's Greatest Medicine  factory.  Tho rapid growth of the Peruna Medicine Company is as phenomenal in the  business world as the universal popularity of their famous remedy, Peruna.  The plant covers a number of acres,  and employes several hundred people.  No other medicino firm in the world  reachet anything like the volume of  business done by Dr. Hartman's firm.  Although Peruna is a proprietaty  medicine, tho details of its compounding  nro no *oerofc and nothing gives Dr.  Hartman greater pleasure than lo show  the many friends of Peruna all  tho ea--  sentiuj  processes  by which  Pnruna  is  made.  A Doctor's Prescription,  For years Dr. Harttnan used Peruna  in his private practice as a regular  prescription. Ho had no thought of  manufacturing it or advertising it as a  proprietary medicine until there was a  demand made upon him by his many  friends, who clamored for the original  prescription.  Forty Thousand  Patients.  Dr. Harttnan estimates that he must  have prescribed Peruna for over forty  thousand patients before it was advertised as a proprietary medicine.  Miss  Josio   Schaetzel  Appleton, Wis., writes:  "I contracted a severe cold which  settled on my lungs in very short  order and it was not long until it developed into a serious case of catarrh.  Every morning I would raise a lot of  phlegm, which was very disagreeable.  My digestion was poor and my lungs  sore.  "After a few doses of Peruna, I be"  gan to mend, and felt that If I kept on  taking It, It would not be long until I  would be well. I was right, for In four  weeks I was well again.  "1 think Peruna Is a grand medicine,  and wish  to add my testimony to the  many others you have."-.7osle Schaetzel.  Pe-ru-na Removes the Cause of  Catarrh.  Peruna has no bad effects upon the  system and gradually eliminates catarrh by removing the cause of catarrh.  There are a multitude of  homes where  Given Up By Doctors���Cured By Pe-ru-na.  T      Miss Margret Fahey, 49 Adams street, Troy, N. Y., writes:  t      "We have used Peruna In our family for years and I am  very pleased  T   t > ssy that It cured me of catarrh ot the lungs when the doctors gave up  !  ull hope of my recovery.  I      '���[ used Peruna for six months and at the end of that time my cough had  i   disappeared, my appetite was much better and I had gained ten pounds and  J   looked the picture of health.  .      "I am in perfect health, now, and feel that Peruna not only cures catarrh,  * hut builds up tho system, and is therefore a grand medicine."���Margret  ��� Fahey.  Pe-ru-na's Popularity.  Peruna is not like so many other  remedies that pass away as soon as the  first few bottles are used. Tho longer  Peruna is used in any community, the  more popular it becomes.  Pe-ru-na Actually Cures.  The reason why Peruna has become a  Peruna has been used off and on for I standard catarrh "remedy the world over  twenty years.  ! is simply because it cures catarrh.  This explains why Peruna has become so popular. It cures catarrh.  This ia an amply sufficient reason why  it should become popular.  Catarrh is almost universal. Catarrh  is difficult to cure. The doctors do not  care to treat cases of catarrh at all.  It therefore follows that when a remedy is devised that can be used In the  home at a moderate cost, such a remedy  should inevitably become popular.  Entirely    Cured   By   Several  Bottles of Pe-ru-na.  Miss Ella M. Millor, one ot ~WHrt-  lngton's society girls, writes from DM)  F street, N. E., Washington, D. <X, ��a  follows 1  "Withpleasure I raomaameod your  medicine for catarrh of the bead.  Having taken several botttea, I find  myself entirely cured. I emnnot praise  Peruna too highly.'1-Blla AL Miller.  Pe-ru-na Contains No Norootlcs.  There are a great many catarrh oures  In the world. The most of them are  local applications. Wow ot them are to  be used internally.  Unfortunately a large number of these  catarrh remedies, especially the on��e  prescribed by the doctors, contain narcotics of some sort. Cocaine, opium,  whisky, and other narcotics are used.  These remedies give temporary relief.  The patient thinks he Is bettor right  away. In a few weeks, however, h�� discovers his mistake. Not only la hia osv-  tarrh no better, but he has aoqoired the-  habit of using some najoatto. Thia  happens In a multitude ot. taverns.  One reason why Peruna has  found permanent use In so many  homes Is that It contains 00 narcotic of any kind.  Peruna Is perfectly bmrmiesa. It  can be used any length ot time  without   acquiring  a   drug ��ablL  laving their troubles with theCana-j O-  dian postoffice department, through j  being denied the second class postal  rates, which makes it necessary to affix  stamps lor copies destined for Canadian subscribers, at the rate of a cent  for two ounces���which is prohibitive.  Not only have many of the so-called  yellow magazines been ruled against,  hut more than one standard publication. For instance, the Delineator, of  New York, a leader in women's publications, which costs one dollar per  year, now ha* to pay ten cents postage  on each copy sent 10 Canada, or $1.20  per annum. And there are other  equally standard, reliable and useful  publications, as much so as any issued  in Canada, treated in the same way.  The postoffice department of the I >o-  minion appears to  be  conducted by a  lot of schoolboys  �����  Query: If it required ten months  for Phoenix to begin to receive mail  over the Great Northern railway, how  long will it take to secure the same  service for Greenwood, providing Duncan Ross, M.P., of Greenwood, devotes the same amount of time and  effort in behalf of that much-to-be-  desired service? An annual subscription to the Pioneer is offered to the  first correct soluion to the query.  ���) Gait Coal        Hay, Grain,  delivered to any part of  the city.  Oats, Wheat, Feed,etc.  Large stock.  S       <�� Good Diy Wood. ����  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURDOCK McINTYRE, Prop.  Knob Hill Ave.,        0,Vdrdw<��" Phoenix, B. C.  "THE  MILWAUKEE"  'THE   PIONEER  LIMITED"  CHICAGO.  ST.   PAUL    TO  Pahst  BEER  After trying all other kinds of beer those who  want the best come back to the Old Reliable  ��� PABST.  Made in the Largest Brewery in the world,  jts sales exceed that of all others. The only  Beer, and ALWAYS  PURE.  Suffered for  Five   Year*   with  Liver Trouble.  Kidney and  "I suffered for five years with kidney and liver trouble, which caused  severe pains across the hack and a  blinding headache. I had dyspepsia  and was so constipated that I could  not move my bowels without a cathartic. I was cured by Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets and have  been well now for six months," says  Mr. Arthur S. Strickland, of Chattanooga, Tenn.     For sale by J.B.Boyle.  Jas. McCreath,  Boundary Agent       -        -        -      Greenwood, B. C.  B. C. MINING  Rossland mines last week sent out  6,975 tons of ore last week.  I.eRoi mine, at Rossland, has  shipped over 100,000 tons of ore this  year.  The Marysville silver-lead smelter is  now receiving and treating 500 tons  per week.  Total shipments of ore last week in  Yale and Kootenay were 36,1)00 tons,  making 532,2 16 tons this year.  The Irene Mining Company has  been formed at Bonner's Ferry with a  capital of a million dollars to operate  in British Columbia.  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  A practical hook of nearly a thousand pages, useful to all ami necessarv to  most men entrant- I in any branch of t. m Copper Industry.  Its faets will p:iss iinisler with the trained seientists, and its language is  i'iisi|v understood 1 ���.- the every-day man.  it. is a dozen b ...ks in one, covering Ihe History, Uses, Terminology, Geography, Geology, l.'lu-niistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances and Statistics of  Copper.  It gives the plain faets in plain Engli-h without fear or favor.  It lists mid describes 3,841) copper mines nnd companies, in all parte of the  world, descriptions running from two lines to 12 pages, according to importance  of the propertv.  l'he COPPKK HANDBOOK is conceded to he. tho  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  The miner needs the book for the facts it gives him about mines, mining and  metal.  The investor needs the book for the facts it gives him   about  Mining   Investments and Copper Statistics.    Hundreds  of Swindling  Companies  are  exposed j  in plain English. I  ��� Price is $5, in Buckram, with gilt top ; $7.50 in full library morrocco. Willi  be sent fully prepaid, on approval, toanv address ordered, and may be returned j  within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory. '  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block. Houghton   Mich., U. S. A. I  "Overland    Limited"    Omaha     to    Chicago.  "SOUTH-WEST LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY   TO  CHICAGO.  No trains in the service on any railroad in the world equals in equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  own sleeping and dining cars and give  their pairons an excellence of service  not obtainable elsewhere.  Berths in their sleepers are longer,  higher and wider than in similar cars  on any other line. They protect their  trains by the Block system.  R. I.. KOH.D, Commercial Agent,  Room J, Marble Bank B.dg., Spokane Wash.  H.3. ROWK.Oeneral ArchI.  134 Third tilrect. Poitlaud. Oregon.  SEE  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork  THROUGH    UTAH    AND     COLORADO  Castle Gate. Canon of the Grand  Black Canon, Marshall and Tennessee Passes, and the World  ������rKamous Koyal Gorf/e���-��� ���  For   Descriptive  aud  Illustrated    Pamplets,  1 write to  W. C. McBride, General Agent,  134 Third Street PORTLAND, OR.  HOLIDAY    NUMBER  OK   TIIK  P HORN IX     PIONHER  PRICK  25  CKS'I'S.  A   COPY   ANT)    SENT)  YOUR   FRIENDS.  ALL ABOUT THE   BOUNDARY  OK  O  mm  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S. F. &  N. RY.  A J. McMillan, managing director  of the I.eRoi, is quoted as saying  that recent rich strikes in the  company's mine have been much  exaggerated.  An extraordinary general meeting of  the Alberta Coal and Coke company,  Ltd., has been e.t  \V. A. Jowelt, of Nelson, to be held at  Prof. R. W. Brock, of the Dominion   Macleod, Alia.,   to   authorize   the in-  Geoloeical Survey,  has   made  a  pre- crease of   the   capital from   100,000  limmary   report  on  Rossland district,   shares at $ to each to 2,500,000 shares  the full report to be published later.     ,at $1 each, v  fiakyon Hot Spring:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  Cttt���The most perfectly appointed Health '  ami Plensmre Kesort in the West, with a com- I  pleteHyntem of Itftttis���including Turkish nnd 1  RuHsiun. Open the yenr round. The curative j  properties of its waters ore uncqualed.  For CuriiiK nil Klieumniic.  Nervoug aud  Muscular Troubles.  For Healing nil   Kiduey,  Liver   and   StotuftCh ,  ailments.  For Kllminatiux all MetallUPoiaaiiB from the  ���lyitem  The  grandeur   ol    the scenery   1��   unrivalled  Mountains, ��now peaks, forests, lulces,waterfalls  I fronting, yachting, fishing, shooting:,   excursk us  etl   bv the SCCrotJUV.    te"!".     Its winter climnte   \n   una��rrass��d   lo-  J J'    ~jh  HARRY McINTOSK,  Proprietor.  Daily  Leave  PHOENIX  Dnily  Arrive  Articles of incorporation of the Col-'  fax Coal & Coke company, owning 10  claims oT 640 acres each near Mor-  risey, Southeast Kootenay, have been  filed. The company is owned by-  Spokane and Colfax men.  [ SpokHtic.       Seattle,:  ! Kvcrett, Belliiighnm;  9x0 n m.i Vancouver   Vicloria.J 6:25 p.m.  and all Coantj  i poiuts j  I Spokane,        Kernic.l  0:00 a.m.   Winnipeg, St. Paul,! 6:25 p.m.   I Miimcapolia |  ~ ~Ke-j  9:00 a.ni,  Uraiid     Forks,  public, Curlew, Mar-^  cms and Kerry (Mid-'  ; w��y) ;  6:25 P-���.  9:00 a.m.j Knslo. Sandou.  l'.x.  Sun.  mildtien  Wedding invitations and announce  ments promptly executed in the latest  styles in the Pioneer Job Department. \\  ...\ 6:25 p.m.  j Kx. Sun.  ConiiectiilR at Spokane with the ruinous  'ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  a'-OAILY OVERLAND TRAINS���J  From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul, I  J Millncapoll*, St. Loula Chicago and all [  I poltit9 east.  for complete  Information,   ratea.   berth |  I reservations, etc., call on or address,  M. M. STKPHKNS, Ageul,  Phoenix. I  S U. YKUKKS, A. O. P.A.,  Seattle.1  NOTICE.  Tenders   for the   purchase   of   Mineral   Claiuis  which have reverted bsck  to the  Crown for  unpaid taxes.  SKALKO THNDKRS for the  purchase  of the  ���-Anaconda," "Kootenay" and "Columbia" Mineral Claims. Lots I93t. '932 and 1933. respectively;  situated in the Greenwood Mining Division Rossland Assessment District, will be received by the  undersigned up to* p.m. on Thursday, the  itth  day  of April,  19C6 at an upset price as follows:  "Anaconda," $54 69; "Kootenay," $60.06: "Columbia," S04.S9.      No tenders for less than the upset  prices will be accepted.  C. A. R. LAMBLY.  Ass't. Commissioner Land and Works.  'mpiw^  Fast  ATLANTIC  SERVICE  May 19.  New S. S. Empress of Britain  Quebed to  Liverpool.  4-DAYS-4  Land to Land.  Weekly sailings from the St.  I.��iwrence, express steamers  Saturday, ordinary steamers  Thursday.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate ol Improvement*.  NOTICE.  "Four Paw" and "Uttle Dalles" Mineral Claims,  siiuatein the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District.   Where located: In Greenwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Halletl, agent  William    J    Porter,   Free    Miner's   Certificate  No. B915&9, intend sixty days from date hereof;  to apply to the Mining 'Recorder for Certificates  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the shove claims.  And further take notice that act'on, under sec  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificates if Improvements.  Dated this 27th day of November, A.D. 1905.  i. h. HAixsrr.  eTstern TOWNSHIPS BANK.  Dividend No. 93.  Notice is hereby given that a Dividend at the rate of eight per cent per annum upon the Paid-up Capital Stock o!  this Bank hae been declaied for the  quarter ending March 31st, 1906, and  that the same will be payable at the  Head Office and Branches on and after  Monday  2nd day of April next.  The Transfer Books wil! bectoaed from  the 15th to the 31st March, both days  inclusive.  By order of the Board.  J. Mackinkon,  General Manager.  Sherbrooke, 27th February, 1906.  GRFAT  NORTHERN  SUMMER  EXCURSIONS.  Phoenix to Chicago, St. Louis, St.Paul,  Minneapolis, Duluth, Kansas City, St.  Joseph, Leavenworth, Omaha, Council  Blufl'a, Sioux City and Fort William at  first class fare plus $10 'or the round  trip. Selling; dates July 2nd and Autiust  7th, Sth and 9th, and Sept. Sth and 10th,  ^ood for 90 days, but not after October  Hist. )!'0t) Ten iltiys will be allowed  from date of sale on noinj; portion of  tit-kets. Stop-overs' will be allowed  west of Missouri river, St. I'tiul. Duluth  and Kort William.  KnIOIII'S   OK    CoLl'MIIfb     M K&T1SH,   NkW  Havks, Cons., Jink oiih to Otii.  Sellim; dales May '-'4th, 2olli and 20th.  Cioint:   transit limit,  June  SHh.     Final  return limit. August :5Ut.  fclLKti.    Dknvku,   Colo,   July    17th   to  IUth, 11H">.  Selling dates, July 10th and 15th. Go-  int;  Transit limit, July 19th.      Final return limit, Sept. HOth,' I'.iOo  Odd    Fki.i.ows,   Toronto,   Ont.,   Ssrr.  12-2.;,  191X5.  Selling date.-, Sept. ��th and 10th.  Going limit, Sep!. 22.    Final   return limit,  Nov. 30th, UHVi.  Oklkanb,  Going  Knights   of   I'vtiiias,    Nkw  Oi-t.  15-25TH. 1906.  Selling dates,Get. 7th and 8th.  limit,   Get.   10th.      Final   return   limit,  Nov. loth.  For the above meetings, first class fare  I plus $10.  i     Children of half age will Uke half the  above rates.  S. G. Ykkkbh, Asst.-Gen. Pass. Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  M. M.S-ricrHKXH. Agent. Phoenix, li.C  For rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  THE  TRATHCONA  NELSON. B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  S    " ja.��S��.. , I He Leadin? Hotel of (lie Kootenai!  'hoenix, B.C.     \ ancotiver, H.(... j .. ..  A. \V. Hai.ky.  !���'.. J. Covi.k,  J. S. Cartf!-., D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  Special   Kates  to  (.ommercia,  Good Sample Rooms.  Men.  t'KUrt&TMr'.l!! h,-'1  111111111.1  iiiiil  ililt!  ���WW'1  iiflli ���.  lite  -���'".Or"7, ������&8'iV?Zw ���  &y:Mf*��  :>i~:i-i  ::y$#fl  THE PHOTOUX PIONEER.  There cannot be different degrees  of purity any more than there can  be different degrees of honesty.  If a man be honest, that is all he  can be.     There is no superlative.  One flour cannot be purer than  another. It can only be more  nearly pure.  In these times when all flour man.  ufactrurers are  claiming purity you  should remember these two things :  Actual purity in flour can only be  secured by the use of electricity.  Royal Household Flour  is the only flour,  made and sold in  Canada, that is purified by electricity.  You   can   get   Ogilvie's   Royal  Household Flour from your grocer.  Ofjllvie Flour Mills Co., united.  MONTREAL.  "Ogiltie'a Book for a Cook," contains 130  pages of excellent recipes, some never before  published. Your grocer can tell you how to  ���ret it FREE. 1  Invest  Your  Money  In Such Legitimate Shares as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW. Peal  estate was never so low, and money will be made in buying business and residential property. Every residence  in Phoenix is rented. Business is good. Buy now, and  get the advance.  MINING CLAIMS AND STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Slocks will Bring Quick Returns,  Will Sell Today;  Granby ���..���.._    *>3.oo  Dominion _ ��� ._           -53X  International Coal    34  Alnambra (Coeur d'A.)    - '7 ,  Copper King           04��  Oro Dcnoro���   .-. 09  Burke -    03K  Bullion           .06  Happy Day��� ������    04  Heckla   Idaho Mont. S   Sonora (Coeur d'A.)...  Snow Storm   Staart    Furnace Cr. (Cala.)...  Bullivan-   Skylart    J.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B. C.  31  leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, 11. C.  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooma.  1. a monaster  Proprietor.  X  ^Dominion Ifootel  ��lfc 3ronait>es Hve.,  ThU ia the Largest Hotel in the City  and has been improved and refitted,  bcinjr well adapted for mining and  travelling men. Bathroom. Bar well  stocked with choice goods. Dining  Koom unde personal charge of the  proprietreaa.  |p>boenij\ B.C.  Mrs. P. L McKELVEY, Prop.  Tilcphomc No. 77.  THE   ONLY   FIRST-CLASS    AND    UP-TODATE  HOTEL   IN    PHOENIX  Ifootel Brooklyn  Mtw from ccu.aa  to aoo*  aajr a*M��t.t aoowa in im*  aouMoaar  ���vpoaiTC  oaaar  MoaTHiaw  (MTIOM  ���ATxaoooa  rs<  oohpiiotio*  JADES MARSHALL, Proprietor  pboeniy, B.C.  1 In and Around Phoenix |  2���� HRIKK  TOPICS  OK   LOCAL   AND   OKNKK.M. . _  2" ��J* INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS. Jjg  Boyle, the Druggist.  J. L. Martin will   buy  Having taken the Phoenix  Agency   for   the   famous  Lowney's chocolates at Boyle's.  Remember the broom drill at 1'res  byterian church, May 2nd.  The old reliable, Boyle the Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers no addition  or subtraction.  International  Coal shares.  Purity first consideration by Hoyle  the Druggist.  For millinery go to Mrs. Gardner,  Hardy building.  New and second   hand  goods   sold!     Get  a  South   Uend   watch.    They  by R. J. Gardner. ( keep perfect time.���Dey,  the Jeweler.  Another shipment of imported   rugs;     Special attention   given   to   Miners'  just in at Binns furniture store. j Dinner Buckets at Hotel Brooklyn.  Dr. Mathison, dentist,   at his office, j     Prescriptions a specially at  Boyle's.  Bank block. May 10th to  14th j     Curtain poles   and   window   shades  Take    your    watch   to    Dey,    the I from 50c up at Binns furniture store.  Jeweler.    He guarantees all repairs.     ;     s^winj, machines   to   rem,   $3   per  Sunday subject at Methodist church:: month. See Miss McDonald,   milliner.  "The 'Frisco Disaster: Its Lessons."     j     rjeo   ��   r)cVi  ,|lt.   j^velcr.   giiaraii-  Do not fail to see the  shadow drill; lees all his   South   Bend   and   F.lgin  at the Presbyterian church, May ;nd.   -watches.  See Miss   McDonald,   milliner,   for       Marsh hotel  building for   rent after  Singer sewina machines and supplies,   i May    1st.      Apply    K.   J.   Gardner,  f Hardy Block.  The   Phoenix   Club   is   now   doing  .. , ��� ,   ��� business   at   its  location  in the Royal  Don t forget the dialogue, Gertrude; Bi|hard par|or5 a|j<J Rovfli      AMeys_  Men's Fine  Tailored    Garments  We can now fill orders for  these goods promptly and  satisfactorily   This is undoubtedly the  best brand of clothing  made in Canada and we  feel sure that the men of  Phoenix will appreciate it.  Miners,   attention.      If    you   want  solid comfort, stay at Hotel  Brooklyn.  Mason. M. D.,  ' church.  Ma\    :d, St. Andrews i  F. W. Hart, iatc ol" Phoenix, Green  wood and Midway, is  reported   to   be  During March the police department   .urtj ;��� busincss at Medica| uke,  contnouted about S550 lo the treasury   ^.   ,  -     '  of the city. '  ���     ., ,        _, ,���-,.,.  -      ,   ,, i     Sarsapariila, as evi-rv one  knows, is  For bale.���Old Miners   Lmon nail.;..     ���   _.'      -   , ,���,-,.  \ t. ,-���,. ru,,,...),  ,  .       ,,  ,     .        .   . 1 the best sonni; tome.  Ask lor Lnurcn-  Apply   to    John    Mclnnis,   chamnan;..,,       r.   ��� ,   ", ���     .   ,      . ,-    ������     .  ,  t.      i    ��� -1- nils.    One hundred doses tor one ilol-  Board ol   1 rustces. i.     _. n.,     11,.../-,    r ,a  1 lar a: 1 nomas Drug Co., Ltd.  \V. S. Macv has been   in  ihe hospi i     ,-.   r     ...     ,     .   ,        , ,  -  , . ,   . _*    ���      G. L.   \�� txxi.tru   has   been   up   tile  tal a few days this w��k Irom an affeo ; Xofth Fork rcCc|ilIv>  for  ,hc >e  t.on of the tnroat. | of tendering on clearing   ri:.hi  of way  Walter S. Cook this  week  received ! for the Kettle Valley railway extension.  the sad intelligence of the death ol his!     ,.-   ^   ,                  ,          _- , ,, _  ,  ,           ...    3,       ,-,    , ���     W. D. I^wson,  whose   sister, Mrs.  father at W aterloo, Ouebec. v,   ..  -        '���.   f ,     ,. ���.-,.  .' ^- M. Manning, and   lour-year-old child  James Dewar, of the Hunter-Ken-! were killed in the Santa Rosa, Cal.,  drick staff, has been taking the Ijaths j earthquake, started for that place laat  at Halcyon for rheumatism. j Monday.    At Grand Forks he received  Mr. and Mrs. John li. Bovle are the j word that Mr. Manning was taking the  proud parents   of a   daughter, born at   remains of wife and child back to Shel-  burae, Ont., and Mr. Lawson arranged  Victoria, Sunday. April 22nd.  Little progress has been made on  the new Danny Deane hotel this week,  owing to non arrival of lumber.  to continue the sad journey with them.  Position   Waoted.  Lady would like position  as  house-  A general cleaning up of back yards] keeper, or will do chamber work.   Ad  has been in process locally thu week,  being a good step in the direction of a  city beautiful.  The I.O.G.T. will give a social on  Wednesday, May 9, programme to  consist of a humorous farce entitled,  "The Old Maid's Association."  There are three reasons why our  brushes are attracting attention.  Quality of goods; lowness of price, and  good assortment.���Thomas Drug Co.,  Ltd.  Manager Martin, of the water and  light company, states that there is now  five times more water in Marshall lake  than he has ever seen before. But  little pumping has to be done for the  present.  That Back Yard Assessment. Our  Chloride of Lime, at 25c. a can, and  Crude Carbolic Acid, at 25c. a pint,  will do the work in twenty-four hours.  ���Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  A benefit dance is being arranged  for Charles W. Shaw, the blind miner.  It will take place on the 15th of May  at Miners' Union dancing hall, and  will undoubtedly have a large patronage.  For Sale Cheap���160 acres of good  fruit land on Okanagan lake, near Kel-  owna. Lots of water on place, 50 fruit  trees, 8 acres cultivated. Apply to W.  S. McLeod, next door W. W. Craig,  Boundary Falls, B.C.  At the meeting of the lodge held  Tuesday evening, Phoenix Lodge No.  28, Knights of Pythias, voted $100 to  the sufferers by the San Francisco  earthquake and fire, the money being  forwarded to that city the following  day.  The May festival, to be given by  the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian  church, will occur on Wednesday,  May 2nd. A large number of children  will take part in the entertainment, for  which active rehearsals are now being  held.  P. Burns & Co., Ltd., are no.v furnishing meat on construction to four  lines of railway, namely, V., V. & E.,  west of Midway; Corbm's C. P. R. line  from East Kootenay to Spokane; Cul-  desac, Idaho, to Grangeville, and Ken-  newick lo Vancouver, Wash.  The Great Northern offers the following rates east: New Haven, Conn.,  account of annual convention Knights  Columbus, round trip first class,$83.60  selling dates May 24, 25 and 29, going  transit limit, June 9, final limit, return,  August 31. For further particulars  appiy to M. M. Stephens, agent, Phoenix.  M. M. Stephens, Phoenix agent of  the Great Northern, had a brother and  family at Santa Rosa, Cal., which town  was destroyed last week by earthquake.  He was much worried as to their fate  till last Sunday, when he received word  that they were safe. He immediately  wired two other brothers, who were on  their way from Winnipeg to Santa  Rosa, and caught them with the good  news at Regina, so that they could return  dress Mrs. M.. at Pioneer office.  Call and Examine and  LEAVE YOUR MEASURE.  R. HORRELL  "Bob, tHe Tailor"  Knob Hill Ave.        PHOENIX, B.C.  R U  Thinking of doing any papering ?  If so, see our new spring stock ol  Wall Papers.  The designs for this year aie beautiful, the colorings are equally fine and  the prices are uniformly low. We  want you to see these goods.  1^0^^  There is no question but vy�� can ��u[jply  exactly the kind of watch you have been looking  for. We carry a large i assortment and have  a great range in prices and the prices are right  as comparison will readily prove.  ���  E. A. BLACK, Hie Jewels  AVE.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Rallle for L'prliM Piano.  M.   H.   Roy   states   lhat    lie    will  shortly hold   a   raffle   for   an   upright  piano,    at    the    Butte    Hotel,   where  tickets can be obtained.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICH.  "Smilax Fractional 'aiK* "Billy fractional" Min  cral Cla'ma. situate ill the Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale District.   Where located: In  Skylark Camp  TAKE NOTICH that !  Isaac H.   Hallelt,  Free  Mimr's Certificate No. 110144s, for myself, and as  agent for Albert K  Ashcrolt. Kree Miners Certificate No.   B91769,   intend, sixty dayu from  the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining   Kecor. er for  Certificate* of Improvement*, for the purpoaw- of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claim*.  And further take notice that action, und rsec-  tion 37, must be commenced I efore the issuance  of such Certificate* of Improvements  Dated this 16th dav 1 f April, A D. icy.6  34��� I   H   HAU.KTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICH.  "Old Bird" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.Wher��  located:   In Long Lake Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II Ilallttt. as  agent for William L. C. Gordon. Free Miner's  Certificate \o. 886333, intend, sixty da>s from the  date hereof, to appiy to the Mining Ktconicr *br  a Certificate of Improvements, for the pur; ose of  obtaining a Crown (.rant of the above cl��:m.  Aud further take notic- that action, under aec-  tiou 37, must be commenced before the i-suauc;  of such t'crtificatr of I mpiovciueiit*.  Dated this 21st dav of April. A.D   foo6  34��� I.  "��� IIALI.KTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOT 1 CIS.  "Sovereign" Mineral Clafm, situate in the Or. en-  wood Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located:   In Providence cam p.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II.  Hallett. as  agent for George  W. Rumberger,  Vree   Miner's  Certificate  No.   II91423. and   Harry  Nash,   Free  Miner's Certificate No  B91578, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Miuii.g  He-  corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice th.t action, under section 37    murt be commenced before the issuance  ofsuch Certificate of  mprovemeuts.  Dated this 10th day of Ai ril, A.D. i.jofi  Ml,    AILK1T.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Bounty Fractional" Mineral  Claim, nittutle in  the Greenwood Mining Illvis on  ol Yale District.   Where located:  On Wallace Mouiita 11.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac   II    Hallett.   Kree  Miner's Certificate No. K91448, tor myself, and as  agent for Thomas  T.   Henderson.   Free   Miner's  Certificate No. 1)85809, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Viuiug  Kecoidcr for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  .-\nd further take notice that action under section 37, must be coin meiiced  before the i stiauce  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of Marcli   AD   1906,  I. II   1IAI LETT.  I Fresh Vegetables  Direct From the Farm  to Your Table.     .    .  Will visit Phoenix every Tuesday and Friday with the freshest  and latest productions of the  Kettle River Valley. Rhubarb a  specialty.   Fruit in season.    .  A.. Galloway,  Columbia, B. C.  FIDELITY     BONUS.  3t.8urai.ee agent  PI UK,       1,1 FK  AND  ACCIDENT.  PLiVTK    ��.JI,ABH��  COMMI8S10NF.Il    FOR    TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PI-IOENIX,   B.C.  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in Fitst-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating   yuuds  Special attention to dining  room.     I,arge,   airy   and  well   furnished  rooms.  Phoenix, H  C.  -���-���-���-���-���-  -���-���-��� ��e  ��� ��� ���  * Phoenix Bee*  As made by the present brewer is admittedly ihe  Best Beer in the Boundaiy. With the Best Malt  and the I'urest Spring Water it is unexcelled tor  quality.      Insist   on   having   FHOKNIX   HKKK.  Spring Watkr Ice kok Sale. Bottled Bkkr and I'ortkr.  Mm Bros. I Mil  LIMITED.  Stationery,    Wall Paper,  Fancy Goods, Etc.  Agent for   Mason   &   Risch   Pianos.  I Phoenix Brewing Company  f BINF.R & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery,  Banner St.  -������������-���-���-���  I'HOliNlX.  B.C.  ��� ��� ��� ���  ��� ��� I  I  ���  ��  c  0  I  I  The BEST, Cheapest :  and most satisfactory ;  Clothing in Phoer.ix.     \  Clothing I  Wecan save you money  on your Laundry Bill,  and do the work  promptly in First=  Class Style. . . .  Wagon calls in   any   part  of  Phoenix  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and   Saturdays, and we make ajspecialty  of Short   Orders  when  desired.  'PHONE 59,  GREENWOOD.  Greenwood   Steam    Laundry  GREENWOOD, B. C  0. L  DRY WOOD  Delivered free to any part of  the City.  City Scavengers  Prompt   attention   to all   orders.  Telephone B32.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oclieve it come  and examine goods.  A Full Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  iust arrived.     All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  H'KNIK   'II OCK  KNOII  1111,1. AVE..   PlldK^I.V  pM*M*��w^��i*��m&*tt��ftmM!**  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Properly for Sale, Shares in all  the  leading mines bought and sold.  G.W. Rumberger  I  Information    about    Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  Duiiiiiii'in   Av��*,  Telephone No. 28  ^t Phoenix, B.C.  PALACE MEAT MARKET  POMINION   \VK., I'HOKNIX.  H.C.  Fresh and  Salt  Meats.  ��������. No. 12. Fish,  Poultry  and   Oysters.  w Hilltam Hunter  fliiinttitnii Aimmr.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  ?U. Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  lor   spring.    We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men s Shirts You will find u haid to duplicate our handsome hue of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with M-  tached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  iVlens Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  spring blocks, in Hlaek and Brown, also a nice range of  straw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our paten, calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all  |i^ui�� Sr ��f ���*"��=���*'"* nU,fU.k,' and   three  SCC Tad'S SI La"T' r't'S' Udi"' Shir.,, ..ndies' Collais  l-icl.es Shoes, Ladies' Liiu-,, Underwear, Children's  Wash llresses.  Cirls' and Hoys' waists.  The  WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  7. ygs.f," ���   ���"����� -���     �������� -^  r��:m^mwm^Mmm*M  k.F is-suusraa. naa  MSHSSmBOTSSraEBHESf

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