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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 1, 1906

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 ���u'*x m  ..  1 IONEER   ANNUAL  OR  ���    ;  Hohday    Number   for  5,000   COPIES \  Folly Ill-at-ated Price 25 cenl  Eighth Year.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  ORDER COPIES EARLY  Pioneer Annual for 1906.  BETTER THAN EVER  100 Illustrations. Price 25 cents/  PHOENIX,  BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER  i, 1906.  No.  iS"rof?jE>  MEN'S   FURNISHINGS  DEPARTMENT  1  B.C.C0PPERC0.  STRIKE ENDS  Men and Company Reach an  Agresment.  The snow has arrived and with it  the cold weather which compels us to  purchase warm clothing. Below we  give you a few reminders:  Conferences Are Finally Successful.  Men's Mackinaw, (.oats    -  " " Pants  "     Heavy Canvas Coats  $5.00 to $7.00  3-75  $2.50 to  4.50  Overcoats, New Styles $12.50 to 25.00  Underwear $2.00  to  2.50  "        Extra Heavy    $3 to  3.50  Monarch and Knit-to-fit Sweaters all styles -     -        $'.50 to 4.00  Heavy Cloth Caps      -      75c to i.<;o  Heavy Wool Mitts and Sox at all prices  Our stock of men's Rubbers, Overshoes and  German Sox is now  complete. Quality and  prices   Guaranteed.  M^MiO  a*a*aa*mm  ******  *****  *****  ^^CO^%^  ff  w  \)  %  sum. 1 smd  The good news has  been  sent  out  that   the  strike  of  the  smelter   employees of the British Columbia   Copper  Co. at Greenwood has been  declared off, a basis of agreement regarding wages has been reached, and   the  men at the company's  mines and reduction works are returning  to work.  All this week there  were conferences  between   a  committee of Greenwood  Miners'  Union  No. 22, consisting  of  Frank Steel, T. J. Gould and  Roland  Rolinson of the smelter staff, together  with Ernest Mills and R. A. .Vaterson,  also of the union,.and J. E. McAllister and Frederic Keffer,  for the company.    Mayor G. R. Naden, of Greenwood, who was active  in  bringing the  parties together, was  also   present   at  the meetings.  The union sent the company notice  that it was ready to consider the differences in the wage scale, over which  the strike occurred, and the company  took the matter up, an amicable arrangement being the result of the deliberations. Manager McAllister, ot  the company, arose from a sick bed to  attend the meetings, but was forced to  go back before they were completed.  Yesterday the text of the agreement  was being drawn up by the interested  parties and prepared for signatures,  and in the mean time the men resumed  work at the smelter, clearing things up  preparatory to" blowing in one or two  furnaces probably today. The men  employed at the mines also resumed  work yesterday, and in a few days all  the mines and the entire smelting and  converting works of the B. C. Copper  Co. will be running at fullest possible  capacity.  A regretable feature of the difficulty  is the fact that many good men, who  were temporarily out of employment,  drew their time and scattered to other  parts, a number of them coming up  the hill to Phoenix to secure work.  Thus, it will take a little time to secure  a full and competent force of miners  once more.  GRANBY CHANGES  ITS PAR VALUE  Official   Note    by    President  Langcloth.  Last Saturday the following circular  was sent to shareholders of the Granby  Consolidated by President Jacob  Langeloth:  To the Stockholders of the Granby  Consoiidated Mining, Smelting &  Power Co., Ltd.:  We are pleased to'advise you that  your charter has been amended by the  legislative assembly of the province of  British Columbia so as to authorize  the issue of shares of a par value of  $100 each.  The holders of shares of the present issue are entitled to exchange them  for shares of the new issue upon surrender to the company of ten shares  of a par value of $10 each, for one  share, of a par value of $100.  It is proposed to have the new issue  listed on the stock exchanges of New  York and Boston, when the commission for buying or selling the new stock  will be only $1.25 per $1,000 par value,  which results in a substantial saving for  the stockholders.  The transfer agents, Title Guarantee  & Trust Co,, 176 Broadway, New York,  and The American Loan and Trust  Co., 53 State St., Boston, have been  authorized to receive stock for exchange, and you are advised to forward  your certificates to one of those companies without delay, as the old stock  will not be a good delivery on the exchanges.  Holders of less than ten shares of  the old stock may either purchase  enough to make a full share, or they  may sell their fractional interests; and  for the convenience of stockholders  either of the transfer agents will buy  or sell such interests at the market  price.  All stock must be duly endorsed in  blank and witnessed, or be accompanied by power of transfer in blank  duly executed.  By order of the hoard oi directors,  J. Langeloth, President.  New York, November 24th, 1906.  NEW RECORD  AT DOMINION  Boundary Falls Smelter Treats  5,328 Tons.  ORGANIZED CARNEY  COPPER COMPANY  J. L.  Martin,  of Phoenix, the  President.  Best  Week Since   the Works  Were Built.  Alhqugh we have been blessed with  unusually fine weather this fall, you  must not think it will continue forever.  So make up your mind that we are going to have our usual amount of cold  and winter and when sodoing, also make  up your mind to buy your new Stove  from us. We have them in great variety,  and never before has our stock of  oloves and Ram*es been so complete.  This is a partial list. of the lines we  have in stock. ::        "        :: ::  Heating Stoves  Air tight Queens, from  Air tight Cottage, from  Premium, its a  beauty, '  Best," from  Coal Heaters, for those  burn coal, from  Cooking Stoves, from  $ 5.00 to $12.50  'Our  who  16.00  20.00  15.00  18.00  17-5��  23.00  20.00  23.00  Stefffiiflg Ranges  This is Where We Shine  Our Marvel, with high warming closet     @ $36  ���< 11 i<       �� .      " "    and  Out In Idaho.  A rare treat will be given next Wednesday night at the Phoenix opera  house, when the beautiful melo-dra-  matic comedy-drama, "Out in Idaho,"  will be presented "Out in Idaho" is  a play that is said to rank above the  average seen in the Boundary. It contains the quintessence of the best portions of those stories that made Brete  Iiarteso famous. It combines rich  and sparkling comedy with pathos of  the highest order in such a way that  pleases the most fastidious. "Out in  Idaho," is a play true to western life  of those days that Bret Harte knew so  well.    Don't forget the date.  Boundary Side Lights  Reservoir  Our Wayne, with high warming closet  "   Superior '��      "  "   Stewart   "      "        '��� "  Beauty"  Our Souvenir, with high warming  "Our Best One"  40.00  43.00  48.00  closet  @  Our stock of Granite Ware was never  more complete, and we have also  just received a line of Aluminum  Ware, comprising Tea Pots, Tea  Kettles, Rice Boilers, Stew Kettles  etc'.The lightest thing in the way of  cooking utensils you ever used.  Robert Gaw has been awarded the  contract for the erection of ihe new  skating rink at Grand Forks.  At Grand Forks the enrollment of  the public schools now number 295  scholars, and another division is to be  added after the holidays.  At the Providence mine last week  Friday Walter Murray lost the sight of  one eye and had the other severely injured by a premature explosion.  James McQueen, of Rock Creek,  died in a sleigh at Midway last week  Friday, while returning from Greenwood, death being said to be the result a long drinking bout.  The jury in the case of the death of  of Louise King, who was killed in the  Niagara hotel explosion last week,  found that death was caused by dynamite being used by Frank Painblanc,  also known as Frank Cedia, who was  assisted by an accomplice, Sam Ro-  vello, the latter being in jail at Grand  F'orks. The government offered  $1,000 reward for the arrest of the  assassin.  Balfour-Bowcs Wedding.  Married, at the Mother Lode mine,  Greenwood, on Wednesday evening,  November 28th, Edmund James Balfour and Mary Edith Bowes. The  groom was assisted by William J.  Donnelly, and the bride by Miss Emma  Mastburg.  -The bride looked charming, dressed  in white silk, the bridesmaid also being  in white. There were many handsome  presents sent from far and near. After  the ceremony the guests sat down to a  feast of good things bountifully provided in their future home. Their  many friends join in wishing them  much joy and happiness in their married life. Mr. and Mrs. Balfour were  both formerly residents of Phoenix.  Scandinavians Organize.  J.ast Sunday evening the Scandinavian Brothers formed an organization  in the lodge hall, Anderson-McArdle  block, on Old Ironsides avenue, which  has been rented for a year. The organization starts off with a membership of  75, meetings to be held every Wednes-  duy evening. The following officers  were chosen to serve the first term :  President, Andrew O. Johnson; vice-  president, Oscar Larson; financial secretary, Emil Carlson; treasurer, Frank  Lundamo; guard, Helmer Swanson.  "THE DEACON" SCORED A SUCCESS.  This week the Dominion Copper  Co.'s smelter at Boundary Falls treated 5,328 tons of ore���as will be noticed by the weekly table printed on  this page of this issue of the Pioneer.  This establishes a new record for this  smelter, being two or three hundred  tons higher than the best previous  treatment for any single week since the  smelter was constructed.  Supt. Thomas states that matters  are running along very smoothly at the  works and .that the new work is beginning to make substantia! progress. The  new giant Giroux hot blast furnace is  partly set up, and with a couple of cars  more of machinery, soon expected to  arrive, it will completed some time in  December, or at least, by the first of  the new year, the new furnace will be  in commission, giving the works with  three furnaces a total capacity of from  1,200 to 1,400 tons of ore per day, or  between 40,000 and 50,000 tons  monthly.  At the company's several mines work  continues uninterruptedly, and Manager Drummond expects to have no  trouble whatever in supplying the increased tonnage required whenever  the smelter is prepared to leceive it.  In and Around Phoenix.  Mrs. Noble  spending a few  Miss Clark.  Binns,    of   Trail,   is  weeks   with her sister,  Phoenix Dramatic Club's First Efforts Drew  a Large House.  "The   Deacon" was   staged   by the  New K. of P. Off-erg.  Tuesday evening Phoenix Lodge No.  28, Knights of Pythias, elected officers  for the ensiling term, as follows : C.C.,  Alphonse Kobloth; V. C, Wm. Searlc;  P., Picton Rogers; M. of W., E. E.  Jackson; K. of R. and S., George L.  Elkins; M. of F., A. E. Thomas; M.  of E., Albin Almstrom; M. A., D. A.  Mcl.eod; I. G., James Peacock; U.  G., W. J. Anderson. The installation  will probably take place the first of  January, and it may be a joint function  with the Greenwood lodge of the  order.  Phoenix Dramatic club on Thursday  evening and a good house fully appreciated their efforts. The cast was published in our issue of last week and  it only remains for us to thank the  ladies and gentlemen of the club for a  very pleasant evening's amusement.  It was somewhat of a surprise to many  of us that Phoenix could put on  anything so good. Everyone seemed  to be thoroughly acquainted with their  part, and where a possible lack of histrionic powers existed, the effect was  more than balanced by the enthusiasm  of the actors and actresses.  Mr. Bouterious was far and away  the "hit" of the evening. As Pete,  the colored servant, he was as good as  any professional comedian could he,  possessing a fine syncopated dialect  and real humor. Robert Thompson  was a consummate villian and a good  actor. Mr. Thornber's "Deacon" was  enjoyed by everybody, more especially  by the younger generation, who were  present in goodly numbers and heartily cheered every appeaiance of their  schoolmaster.  The ladies were all good, perhaps  Mrs. Morrin, as the elderlj' maiden  sister, being deserving of special men  tion. Miss Wallace, Miss Moser, Mis.  Gordon, Miss II. Gordon and lastly  Miss Lundie as tlie hmn-suffering and  deserted wife (eventually, of course,  avenged) weie given a hearty reception.  The incidental music and between  the acts was played by Chas. E. King  with his usual eclat.  It was announced that "The Deacon"  will be repeated in the  near future   in  'aid of the Phoenix Public library.  A little son arrived Monday to make  the home of M. H. Neugebauer happy, on Knob Hill avenue.  Col. J. B. Quin, who has been accepting orders in the Boundary for  high class books, was here again this  week and left for Nelson.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co. office  force is gettng high toned, the office  having been elevated and placed more  to. the back of the store this week.  R. H. Egglcston, secretary of the  British Columbia Copper Co., Ltd.,  arrived in Greenwood from New York  this week, spending a few days in the  camp.  The subject for Sunday at the  Methodist church will be, "Destiny,"  being the conclusion of the series.  Anthem, -'In the Secret of His Pres  ence;" solo, '-That Beautiful Land."  The annual meeting of the Phoenix  Hockey club will be held in the Brooklyn hotel next Wednesday evening at 8  o'clock. Every one interested in the  formation of a hockey club for the coming season is requested to attend.  Quite a number of residents of  Phoenix observed the American  Thanksgiving by discussing the time-  honored turkey, of which P. Burns __  Co. disposed of some 600 pounds to  the various hotels aud residents.  O. B. Smith, Jr, W. S. Macy, L. Y.  Birnie and John McRae, with Scott  McRae, of Greenwood, had a successful hunting trip up the main Kettle  river, coining back with nine deer to  their credit. Their friends here are  now enjoying the venison.  S. C. Holman, superintendent of  the B. C. Copper Co.'s Mother Lode  mine in Deadwood camp, has resigned  to lake effect January ist. Mr. Hoi  man has been employed at the Mother  Lode for eight or nine years, off and  on, the last three of which he was in  charge of the property. He expects  to settle down on a farm near Spokane.  An evidence of the equable climate  of Phoenix is found in the fact that P.  Burns & Co. are fitting up the basement of their new block for meat storage, and expect to bring in the meat  supply for the entire Boundary and  siore it here in the winter till wanted.  In the other Boundary towns the climate is so variable that this cannot be  done to the same advantage.  Rev. R. A. Heath, rector of St.  John's church, Phoenix, together with  some of the members ot the organization, are endeavoring to improve the  services at the church on the bill. Mr.  Heath has had considerable experience  in full choral services during his ministry in this country and in England,  and efforts will be made to make each  service as fully choral as possible.  L;ist week Friday Mike Caulfield  and William Fields, two miners, were  driving a team and cutter owned by  M. Mclntyre of the Palace stables,  when the team ran away. I he men  were thrown out and bruised, and the  team ran off the road into the gulch  near the first inilkianch below the city.  The legs of the animals were broken  and they were shot, the loss beinn over  J.500 for the horses and cutter.  J. L. Martin, ot this city,  returned  Sunday from the Couer d'Alene country, in Idaho, where he became  interested some   months   ago in promising  copper groups of claims.    Mr. Martin  has interested   the  Greenoughs in his  Carney group, and while absent organized   the  Carney   Copper Co., with a  capital of $1,500,000   in   one   dollar  shares.     The   incorporators   of    the  company are W. D. Greenough, J. L.  Martin,   Joseph   Carson, C. D.  Miller     and       Hans     J.     Rice.       Mr.  Martin   will be president, Mr. Greenough vice-president and manager, and  Mr. Carson, who was in charge of the  Morning mine for eleven years, will be  the   superintendent   of the   new company.     Dr. Edwards, who put in   the  leaching plant for the Snowstorm mine,  owned by tbe Greenoughs, will also be  interested.  The Carney group is located four  miles from Mullan, on Willow creek,  an,d consists of eight full claims and  three fractions, with favorable copper  showings, which have been declared  by experts to be some of the best copper surface showings in the Coeur  d'Alenes, the outcrop running from  three to twenty per cent copper. There  are two well defined ledges 150 feet  apart, one being 40 feet in width and  the other 33 feet. No. 1 tunnel is in  35 feet, all in ore. No. 2 tunnel was  driven 85 feet, and since Mr. Martin  took hold a croscut was made from  this for about 100 feet, and is now in  good copper ore. It is the intention  of the company to thoroughly exploit  the property, and another tunnel will  be driven lower down that will give a  depth of 500 feet on the ore body.  Mr. Martin who makes frequent  trips to Mullan to look after his' mining interests there, thinks he has one  of the best copper groups in the district.  30 MILLION LBS.  Predicted   Copper  Production  For Boundary.  Smelter   Capacity   Will    Be  200,000 Tons Monthly.  The tonnage output of copper ore in  the Boundary district of British Columbia in October amounted to 95,-  160 tons, which compares with Sr,311  tons during September, according to the  Boston News Bureau.  The output for both months, in tons,  was as follows :  Oct. Sept.  Granby 62,335 67,793  Dominion Copper. .. 19,825 i8,6ro  British Columbia Cop.r2,i20 '."628  Miscellaneous       S80 4,280  91.3"  Odd Fellows' New Officers.  This week Snowshoe Lodge No. 46.  Independent Order of Odd Fellows,  elected officers for the six months beginning in January, the following being the list: N.G., John Mclver; V;  .G., Willian McMillan. Fin. Sec, Wm.  Picard; treasurer, F. j. McDdugall;  Rec. Sec, Carlton Cook. As has  been the custom in the past, the lodge  will likely hold a joint installation with  Greenwood and Grand Forks, one or  both in January.  Opening Ball Tonight.  This evening the Scandinavian Brothers will hold an opening ball at their  newly rented hall, Anderson-McArdle  building, Old Ironsides avenue, the  grand march starting' at 9 o'clock.  Good music will be provided, and there  will be no admission charge, all Scandinavians being invited with their  friends. The committee in charge consists of Carl Helmer, Carl Johnson. G.  Fridstrom,- Frank Lundamo and J.  Nilson.  Total. . . .95,170  During September the new' British  Columbia Copper Co. smelter was not  in commission. The falling-off in the  Granby October output of 5,458 tons  (equivalent to 110,000 pounds copper)  compared with September was due to  the shortage of fuel, which necessitated  the blowing out of four furnaces for  a few days and for the month it did  not treat much better than 2,000 tons  per day.  Granby's output for October was  about 1,400,000 pounds of copper,  while the Dominion Copper Co. produced about 400,000 pounds, and the  British Columbia Copper Co. about  "250,000 pounds.  The Granby Co., when its eight enlarged furnaces are in operation; should  treat from 80,000 to 100,000 ton's of  ore per month. The British Columbia  Copper Company, when its three  furnaces are in commission, should  treat 50,000 tons per; month, and  the Dominion Copper Co., when  its new large furnace is installed (it is  now being set'up) should treait 40,000  tons per month. ���  The Boundary district for the past  ten months produced about r;ooo,ooo  tons of ore, and for the 12 months this  year it will probably treat 1,200,000  tons, from which the. refined copper recovery should be rising 30,000,000  pounds.  In 1907 the Boundary companies  will have a smelter capacity sufficient  to treat nearly 200,600 tons of ore  per month. The smelter capacity has  been increased this year to permit of  practically doubling the Boundary district copper output.  Latest Prices in Metals.  New Yobk���Copper, electrolytic, $21.-  50@$22.00;  lake.  $21.75  Bar Silver, 71J��  Lead, ��5.75 to $5.95.  $22.50.  *^.*a>0&*':s'*s>ja*j*BWHH*.*iaws^^ ��i I   .  1      1  i{ i   *  II  tf!i  .i  ti  11  ��*i  fl,  i  Iff  f  pi  1  ��_���  Iff  11  |_��  b_  Pi  i;t*-j  IE.*-  t  _ji  if  I  m  in  1%  ft*  it,  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  The  Odor of tHe Tea Plantations  fragrant   and  refreshing, floats into  the room  when asealed packet of  TEA is opened. Specially manufactured and  carefully packed, the full rich fragrance is perfectly preserved.    Try   the Red Label.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining ��� Journal.  IM._D0.����I-��01V8BHU��  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHORMIX. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. MANAOtn.  ..,���k������. ( Biutnes- office No. i��.  Telephone, j Ml_n,Ker>, residence. No. 15.  SUMOUrTIOKS II.   ADVAMCB.  Per Tear.��� ��� ��*���<��  Six Month* _  ��-��S  If yon are not a sutxcr ber to thU paper, thli  la an i nviutlon to you to become one.  Advertiiinc rates larntsheo on application.  Legal notice* 10 and s ceat* per line.  Pour weekly inaertlona constitute one month�����  a Ir _rt sing.  THE OBSERVATORY  Thinub Talkud of at  homb and klskwhkkk  1906        DEC  1906  Sua. Met. .�������. Wed.   Thu.  Fr..  Sit.  23       456  7  1  8  9     10     11     12  13  r4  '5  16     17     18    19 20.  21  22 .  23     24    35    26 27  28  29  ���-,���39:    3* :  The provincial government is certainly to be commended for offering a  reward for the capture of the perpetrator of the dynamite outrage last week  at Niagara, on the North Fork. Such  gentry should be given no chance to  escape the law.  Silver is literally humping itself.  One day within the last week, it jumped seven points in New York and Lon.  don. The silver miners are watching  the market with a good deal of equi-  namity, as that metal is keeping pace  with the rise in value, of copper and  lead. .  The Conservatives in this riding  have begun to guess who may be the  nominee of the party in the next election contest. Our present member,  G. A. Fraser, has moved to Victoria,  and does not care to run, but of course  there are others willing to do so. It is  time Phoenix had a representative, as  turn about is fair play  On, no; the Spokesman-Review does  not believe in yellow journalism at  all���not in the least. At any rate,  that is what some of its editorials  would lead one to believe, when it  gets the anti-Hearst fever in good  shape. But just note how it is playing  up the notorious Sloane murder trial,  now going on in that city. Consistency is simply thrown to the winds.  It was unfortunate that, just as the  B.C. Copper Co. was ready to do  business on an extensive scale, after  spending hundreds of thousands of  dollars in new equipment, etc., a difference with the smelter employees  should have caused a cessation of  operations, even though temporarily.  But with a cleared atmosphere, a littie  give and take, and a thorough understanding, this company will do big  business and make a record for itself.  ���  <  [   If theie is one thing more aggravating than another it is to have poor  telegraphic service, where a reasonably  decent service is supposed to exist.  That is exactly the condition in the  Boundary today, at lease as far as  Phoenix is concerned. The only virtue of a telegrphic service at all is  promptness, and that lacking it is all  but useless. Today the C J real Northern wire service between Boundary  and outside points is a disgrace to civilization, even to James J. Hill him-  selt. Between Phoenix and Spokane  from 24 hours to three and four days  are required for the transmission and  delivery of telegrams, as many a business man knows to his cost. It is understood that the railway wire is so  busy that there is little chance for commercial business at all, henre the congestion, even when the line is in good  condition. If the new wire now being  stiung is brought into the Boundary,  it will relieve things somewhat, but at  present the service is putrid. 'The C.  P. R., which also reaches Spokane in a  roundabout way, does a little better,  we are pleased to note, and the result  is that the C. P. R. gets most of the  business, as it should.  Quite a number of readers of this  great family journal were complaining  last Saturday when they failed to receive their Pioneers as usual. The explanation is simple. While the g. f. j.  was being run off the press last Friday  night, a break occurred, and more than  half the edition was forced to await  repairs. W. G. Fraser, master mechanic at the Granby mines, kindly  sent one of his best men, George Tratt,  and the break was repaired in the best  possible shape' in the shortest possible  time, the machine being made good as  new, and the papers going out to our  targe list of subscribers by the next  mail. For which thanks are due  those above referred to.  Under the caption "Bears and  Other Big Things," the Greenwood  Times remarks:  ; "If the Grand Forks correspondent  of the Spokesman-Review and the  Canadian doesn't let up a little on  those wonderfoul bear stories he has  heen'telling so persistently of late, he  will be having a rush of hunters into  the district rather than of mining men,  and that ore on Hardy mountain that  runs 24 p.r cent in copper and $5 in  gold per ton will be entirely overlooked. We may warn the gentleman  moreover, that if any of his bears  wander over here somebody will take  a shot at them, but his immensely rich  ore is safe as this is a  per camp."  And he miyht have added that if same  of the good people of (.rand Forks do  not put a muzzle on said cot respondent, that individual will have a rush  to the alleged cobalt miners of the  West Fork that will put the real Cobalt boom in Ontario in the shade.  Josh Billings or some one else remarked once that some people know a  lot of things that are i.ot so.  There is one organization in Phoe  nix which, up to the present, has  never appealed to the public for aid  and that is the Curling club. Yet it  is almost the only one in ihe line of  sports that has brought back anything  worth while when entering contests at  other points. Last winter the club decided to double the size of its rink,and  in the process the structure collapsed,  spoiling the sport here for the season,  and placing the club in debt. This  year the club is trying to clear up the  debt, giving a most enjoyable ball last  week Friday. For December 28th,  the club has secured the Polmatier  Sisters musical organization for a high  class entertainment, and deserves to  have a full attendance al the opera  house that night.  H.  An editor who believes in getting  his just dues from his delinquent subscribers, delivers himself as follows:  You may hive the stars in a nail  keg, hang the ocean on a fence rail to  dry, put the sky to soak in a bucket,  and unbuckle the bellyband of eternity  and let the sun and moon out, but  don't think you can escape that place  that lies on the other side of purgatory  if you fail to pay for your paper.  Cure for  Sore  Nipples.  As soon as the child is done nursing  apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe it off  with a soft cloth before allowing the  child to nurse. Many trained nurses  use this with the best results. Price,  25 cents per box. Sold by all druggists.  Tbe Oreat McEwen Coming.  "There are more things in heaven  and earth than are dreamt of in thy  philosophy, Horatio," and after witnessing a performance of the Great  McEwen and his company one is compelled to exclaim, "Will wonders  never cease?" McEwen's entertainment is unlike the entertainment of  any other magician, hypnotist or mind  leader in that in one evening he performs the most difficult, elaborate and  complicated feats of ench. Everything is novel from beginning to ending and embraces, much that is wierd,  incomprehensible and marvellous to  behold.  His hypnotic demonstrations are  genuine, scientifically interesting and  highly amusing, and his mind reading  is the superior of any living exponent  of this branch of mental philosophy.  Supported by a company including  several well known vaudeville acts,  the Great McEwen comes to Phoenix  December roth.  ___^^N_^'-'<,>N-S-X'  V-C*_ _ _ "^N    *��� ' V  Escaped   the  Terrors  Many Winters By  Using Pe-ru-sia*  I Attribute my  Extreme Old  Age to the Use  of Pe-ru-na.  Mr. Isaac Brock, 117 Years Old Last Birthday.  ISAAC'BROCK,a citizen of McLcn-1'���. T  nan county, Texas, has lived for 11"' ���      Born before the   United States <  For many years ho resided  Dealers say that those who have used  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are quite loyal to them and cannot  be persuaded to take any substitute.  Get a free sample at any drug store,  give them a trial and you, too, will  want them in preference to any other.  They cure troubles, biliousness and  constipation.  ears.  Bosque Talis, eighteen miles west of  Waco, but now lives -with his son-in-  law at Valley Mills, Texas.  Some tlmo ago, by request, Uncle  Isaac camo to Waco and sat for his  picture, holding in his hand a stick  cut from tho grave of General Andrew  Jackson. Mr. Brock is a dignified old  gentleman, showing few signs of decrepitude. His family Bible is still  preserved, and It shows that the date of  _____ birth was written 117 years ago.  were formed.  Saw 22 Presidents elected.  Pe-ru-na    has   protected   him  from all sudden changes.  Veteran ot four wars.  Shod a horse  when 99 years  old.  Always conquered the grip with ,  Pe-ru-na.  Witness In a land suit at tbe  age of 110 years.  Believes Pe-ru-na the greatest,  remedy of the age for catarrhal  troubles.  ��__-_����.---  _._.---_---_---  IN ipeaklng of hi0 good health and  extreme old age, Mr. Brook aayi:  "After a man has lived In the world  as long as I have, ho ought to have  found out a great many things by experience.   I think I have done bo.  "One of the things J have found  out to my entire satisfaction Is the  proper thing for ailments that  are due directly to the effects of  the climate. For 117 years I have  withstood, the changeable climate  ot the United States.  "I have alwaya been a very healthy-  man, but, of courte, subject to the affections whioh are due to audden  changes in the climate and temperature. During my long Ufo I have known  a groat many remedies for coughs, colds  and diarrhoea.  "As tor Dr. Hartman's remedy,  Peruna, I have found It to be the  best, If not the only, reliable remedy for these affections. It has  been my standby for many years,  and' I attribute my good health  and extreme old age to this remedy.  "It exactly meet* all my requirement*. It protect* me from the evil effects of andden ohangea; it keepa me in  good appetite; it gives me strength; It  keeps my blood in good circulation. I  have come to rely upon it almoet entirely for the many little thing* for  which I need medicine.  "When epidemics of la grippe first  began to make their appearance in this  country I was a sufferer from this  disease,  ���</ had several long sieges with  the grip. At first I did not know  that Peruna was a remedy for  this disease. When I heard that  la grippe was epidemic catarrh, I  tried Peruna tor la grippe and  found it to be Just the thing."  In a later letter, Mr. Brock writes:  "I am well and feeling aa well as I  have for years. Tbe only thing that  bothers me is my sight. If I could see  better I could walk all over tbe farm,  and It wonld do me good. I would bo.  be withoat Parana."  Yours truly,  When old age comes, it brings with  it catarrhal diseases. Systemic catarrh  is almost universal in old people. This  explains why Peruna has become so  indispensable to many old people.  I. W. HALLbTT  IlAkRISTKR, SOI.HTIOK  able A Mm...       HAl.l.i'.V   ''*'  SnecUoitl M Neil's  Moiciim . KfflV,  I.HIj  Cocle.  . I.rilier'i  OliK  KNWOon  B.C.  TUCK   COIXIKS  SHAVING PARLORS       '  am. BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmornl  Cor. Flr.t & Knob Kill Av_,   Plio  KNIX, li. e.  KingEdwardLodge,No.36  A. F.and A. M  U.11.MOKKIM...       R.U. nouciIKK Ml,  Secretary. *-"'���". M.D.,  w.st,  I- O. O. F.  SNOWSHOKI.OD01.no.,  Meet, every Monday Kvenlnu ���t Minen'mi  Vl.ltli>K brethren cordially invited.  R. Silverlliorne N c,  0*m.Ton cook, k .<��� ] . ��'.  Marcus Martin, |Vr. K|���. _tC)  A.   HARRY   HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAYiiR.  Control and Umpire n����ayln|{ a specialty s.m  plea received by mail or ei,,re,.}.M,1  at d returna made next day. ttoire.u_3.,n���  solicited,   Ore_l.lpperaaK.ut.   r",JM���'  GREENWOOD. B. C.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Time Imp..tor Ut S. P. 4 n  (Uigli Clnsa Goods alwnya in Stock.)  On a KB Forks, Il.C.  OREGON  Sho^t Line  MINERAL ACT.  Cetlflcat. of Improvement..  NOTICE.  "WOODSTOCK" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located ��� Greenwood camp, .in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Adolphe Sercu, Free  Minei 'a Certificate No. Bjoy.i, int-Dd. sixty days  from date hereof, to applv to the Mining Re*  corder for a ''ertificate if Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Urantol the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance ot such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of October, A. D. 1906.  5 AD :LPHB SHRCP.  j o Wara^-ar*^**************^^  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your  supply   of Fire   Wood,  either  for  immediate  use  or for the  future.    All orders promptly filled.  GENERAL SANITARY AND SCAVENGER  WORK DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.  Grcclwood Stage Line  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. m.|  Standard Time  -.30 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S. McCAGUE; Proprietor.  and Union Pacific  -ONLY LINE   EAST   VIA  Salt Lake and  Denver.  Two Trains Daily,  Steainaliip tickets to Europe and otli.i  foreign countries.  Leaves  Daily  Spolrane Tlni.e Schedule.  Kffective May 20 13.6  Am...  Hail.  D. L. Mclntoffliney  City Scavenger,  TEL. No. B32.        PHOENIX, B.C.  Q'-**^*'**1W-*V*��4HW��*+*^-*4^  "THE  MILWAUKEE^'  'THE   PIONEER  LIMITED-  CHICAGO.  ST.    PAUL    TO  SATISFACTION   :  ^���        MEANS-'THAT WHICH SATISFIES.  USE,  Dear Mother  The Grits of the province have predicted an   early   election so often that  they are really lengthening their cords  and   strengthening   their  stakes,   and  girding their loins for the coming battle of the ballots, which   their  leaders  slate   is   near.      Already   they   have  made   some   nominations  in   several  ridings.       Well,    perhaps they   think  their cause is   so   precarious that ihey  will need additional   lime in which to  prepare, in case an  election   is called  this winter.    Thry will not be caught  napping, at any rate.  Your little on._ are a constant care :r  Fall and Winter weather. IT-ey ivil'  catch cold. Do you know about Sh,lo!>'  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, anr  what it has done for so many ? It is siiti  to be the only reliable remedy for al!  diseases of l!ie air passa���. _._ children.  It is absolutely liarmicss and p!-asnnt to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your monrv  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 3  ���SHILOH.  Thi. remedy tliould S^ ir* 'very household  HEADACHE  Is one of the most frequent  and  distressing symptoms  NDIGESTION  Thb Supreme   Remedy  for this and a_,i. Stomach  Disorders is  MOTHER  SEIGEL'S SYRUP  J  CEYLON   TEA  And You'll Appreciate This Distinction  Highest Award St. Louis 1904.  LEAD PACKETS ONLY.      ALL GROCERS.  ���<_cr*��<ifM<i ��r>��^r�� ����^��^r�� �����>���<����� imo r*tor^to oi  . OUR COPPER CORNER .  f ���  �� MATTERS OF   INTEREST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED    IN    THE A  a COPPER   MIMING    INDUSTRY J?  v 9  ��<*  *>��<* 4^��<J_ O0<��   0��<��  &>���<��   0��-<J��  &>-��^�� 0-��<* ���>���  Nearly $100,000,000 in Dividends. sent production of copper and possible  '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 palrons 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,. FORD.Commercial Agent,  Room 2, Marble Bank n.cli;. Spoknn. Wash.  H.S. ROWK.General Atjent.  r.-vt Third Street, Toi Hand. Oregon  rAN/.DIANr")  v^cificKy  WINTER  EXCURSIONS  The directors of the Calumet &  Hecla Mining Co., Michigan's greatest copper producer, last week de-  claied a quarterly dividend of $20.  This compares with $20 three months  ago, and $15 six months and a year  ago.  new production, says-an authority on  copper, and going upon the assumption that the price of the metal will be  maintained at something around 20  cents a pound, it is figured that the  copper mines of the United States and  Mexico  will   give   their   stockholders  SEE  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork!  EAST.  $83.45  Phoenix  .   to   .  Montreal,     Toronto  and all points west thereof in Ontario,  and Quebec.   Quebec, St. Johns,  Halifax, Maritime Provinces,  rateS   on application.  TicKetsOn .Sale Daily-  November 24 to December 31st  ROUND'TRIP FIRST CLASS  j THREE MONTHS  LIMIT  j Old Country Rates  $94.4.5. .���  ( Return  Halifax  or  St.   John   Return   Ocean  7.35 a.m. PAST MAIL���To and from  Coeur d'Alenc'district, Par 111-  ingtou Garfield folftn Putl-  man, ���Moscow, ���Pom-roy,  \Valtsb_itjj, Dayton. Wall a  Walla, Pelid eton, H..__r Cily  and all point- Kast 730.  1:30 p. 111. HXPRKSS���For FurniiiiKt .11  Garfield, Colfax, I'ulltiuii  _t!o_cow,X.ewi.stoti.rori!a!ii_  San Krancisco, Maker City.  and all point- KAST.  KXPRHSS ���Krom all poinli.  Kast, llalccr Cily, San Frun-  elsco, Portland, ColTni, Oar^  field and Harmini_ton  .���3_,-��  ���Except Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  For further information  aa to tst.i, tiro.  trains, equipment, etc., addr.si  H.  C. MUNSON, C.  T. A.  Spokiine, \Vn_li.  Average Prlcei ot Copper.  ���New York���  Electrolytic. !.��kc.  Month. 1905    100. Irtn.i      MT<  Januarv   15.008 18.310 15.1 a* IH 110  February.... 15.375 17.80s) 16.1 .'J IS. 116  March   I5.2��3 18.:.(il lo.'icOtStHl  April 14 SU8 18 375 l-UHO IS.t��S  May.-.- 14G27 18 457 14.820 18.7:14  June       14.S76 18 4-11.' I4..1.. 18 719  July   14.888 18.1M) I5W5 1S.5M  Augua.   15.664 18 430 lS.-ltiS IS 010  Septeniber.    15 065 19 140 1...W 19.-W  October   16.279 l��:-":*2  November.. 16.599   Hi 758  December... 1S.32S     18:i!��  Year.  .15.590  ..  15.IM)  Phoenix Shoe Shop  .   A. T. TURANO. Prep.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work tjuar-  'anteed: Minors' Boots a  specially, guaranteed wutcr  proof.  First Street - Opp. Knob Hill Hold  Phoenix, B. C.  Saloon  $95  John   Return  R.ites.  Second  $76.00  Steerage  $54-=o  With the payment of this dividend |$75,000,000 in dividends next year,  on December 18th, stockholders of J While the calculation is a com para-  Calumet and Hecla will have received j tiveiy eas,y one, it   should   he  remem-  since the formation of the company  total dividends amounting to $99,350,-  000.  The company's dividend record  for  the past eleven years is as follows :  1906  The cure that always cures  60c. per bottle.  Sold oyeiywlwe.  A. J. White Sc Co., Montrbai,.  ���9��5-  1904.  1903.  1902  I 901 .  1900.  1899.  1898.  1897.  1896.  $70  50  40  35  25  45  70  100  5��  40  25  Copper Dividends ia 1907.  Basing a calculation  upon thepre-  bered that dividends to that great  amount depend more upon prices being maintained at a high level rather  than upon new production.  Any considerable increase in production���and no increase beyond the  normal is in sight���would tend to  bring down prices; but. to repeat, no  unusually large increase in production  can be figured out. It is, therefore,  quite reasonable   to   assume that  the  THROUGH    U1AH    AND     COLORADO  Castle Gate Cnnon ol llic Giand  Black Canon, Marsh ,11 and Tennessee Passes, and the World  ������.^Famous Royal Gorges --.^?  Pamplets  IIC 111  vV. C   McBride, General Agent,  124 Third Street PORTLAND. OR.  ��� -.grg___g_,i_l>l>_-_l^_i___;i.->'.^riiwT����1^,MiJ��,.l upTji ���  | Kor   Descriptive and  Illii.trated  write to  and up according to steamer  I    Kor rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  A. W J Haley, E. J. Coyuc,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C  ?. S.Carter, D.P.A   Nelson. B C.  NOTICE.  Tu the Board of Tji'-pupu Ciiiuniissioiifri  Phoiitiix, B.C.  NOTICK in hen-liy c'vimi Hint tho uti-  (l<T8icni'<l will at the next nicetini_uf thu  Board 'f L'u.nse Commif.sioi.er8 for lli  estimate of seventy-five million dollars ! ci,-,_ ?,l,.l'u'"i"'!x aPPl>' f"r n tr-nafer of  ���       i-  -j      , _ ���        . '.n rtitail.liquor liRpnHt. erantt'il in ru.npi-f  in dividends next year is not an un- of lhe Kn'ob Hi��� Hotel. First strit-t  reasonable one. There is every evid- Phoenix, B C. from W..J. Morrison and  ence  (hat  the demand for copper will  .fame_ Anderson to James McArdle and  not   decrease: rather will it go on in-'J.ttl"ef Anderson-  ��� r 1 Dated at Phoenix, B. C., this 5th dav of  creasing,���because,   for   one   reason, November, 1906. y  the railway companies   must  have it; W. J. Mobhibon  they cannot do without it. j James Andkiibo-..  Application to Transfer   Liquor License.  NOTICK in hereby given that I intend  lonpiily, at the next'mooting of tlie  Board of Ucpii. o CommioHioners of the  Corporation of the City of Phoe nix, B.  (',, for the transfer o t'lit! license to sell  llf'ii rti at retail on the premises  known  j ��h the Central   Hotel, rornpr of Second  si reel and Old   I.onm.lt-B  avenue, I'hoe-  ! nix. B. C, now held ..vine, to Axel Lil-  jenoerg.  ;     1 >iit. d at Phoenix, B. C, thin 20thday  1 <>f Oitober, 1��06;.  ot.   (Signed)   AUGUST JACKSON.  Hospital Donations  Li_t of Donations received ������  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix (lem  pital:  Cash $io   Ca'h|25 J- 1;  Cash $5     -  Uook Case A.' ,,  Bed Linen,4 do* llorplul I �� j-' * "  .��.{-�����  C-nadini. R��'r    "  $  hprliife Cot ������'  "uj.,,,1  .fatfeeyrup    .  '/|,mIc  (ieiitlemnn'ii Dreialng Gown Mrs. i-   '���   .- $  Old Linen ?. M��  '��� * "�� .  i nox Book. m��� b. a ���>> - >'";��':  Coshjao ...A Grand )���'">-�� '*"���  Dominion Copper Ca. Knit Set' n  Cord Wood   .In..  Hoi-  j.-   Ho!"'1  JlllC��ul��-  r. flt-nv  11   I'link  Aid  m!  I.., Tul*'  lluctlf"  THE  A pencil mark here   is a reminder thatvoursub-  ocription. to this papwr Is  now paet due, and the pub-  ttatier will appretfate your  prompt attention.      flJSBT"  ********0******a**ar0*aa**ma*aa*mMaaa,0*  aa**a***aa*kMe**aP*a  STRATHCO  NELSON. B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  The Leadin? flofel of the ttoofefiays  Special Rates to Commercial Men  Good Sample Rooms.  ___M-_---tB__gB��wara^  r^-wT^s^-^^^  . ^^^W^V.-i._.^.y .-������-��-��� U.'-.!'..  Tt-.--__W.--W*-  li'^. ______-w-,,n )i ni r ~i im hi _ .lev  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  . . The undersigned Druggist at tho earnest solicitation of the Ferrol Co.,  Limited, of Toronto, lias made a thorough and searching investigation into the  merits of FERROL, and of the metho Is of that Company, and he finds that :  Every cure claimed by the Company is absolutely genuine; that FERROL is  manufactured from the best quality of Mrnin's Celebrated Cod Liver Oil (the whole  of,the oil) and is richer in oil than any other emulsion, and while it contains just  the right quantity of the best lorm of Iron and Phosphorous, it is so scientifically  Erepared, that not one in a thousand finds ?.ny trouble in taking it; that tho medicine  as accomplished the most amazing results in its own city; that its sales in the Home  City have been phenomenal; that it is endorsed by all druggists without hesitation or  qualification; that it is, in short, all the Company claims for FERROL, and more.  The   more   I   investigated   the  moro  enthusiastic I  became.     It is  no  longer a question of my willingness to handle the preparation���FERROL���but  how can I  bring it to the immediate suffering of this city?  _    It is a heavy responsibility, but I have faith in the honesty and fairness of the Ferrol Company,' Limited,  of Toronto, and the unequalled merits of their, preparation, FERROL. -      ,-^.       r^^^^rw    -���*  (Signed)    J.    B.    BOYLE  r * ^��^.a^s0 t]ttat tne druggists in other cities have taken upon themselves the solemn responsibility of  standing behind this medicine; and that these druggists have made in each city a daring and remarkable  distribution of full-siaed bottles.  Impressed by the action of our fellow-druggists, and convinced that they would not have given this remedy  such unqualified approval without positive knowledge of its merits, I have decided to follow t___eir example and  Retribute free of charge  100 Large Bottles of FERROL Free to the Sick  ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1906  At J. B BOYLE'S Drug Store, Phoenix, B. C.  PROVINCIAL.  to   form a   1,000  O-  Kaslo would like  club.  A lifle association has been organized by the Nelson fire department.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce  will erect a new building in Nelson.  Nelson's new municipal power plant,  afer several postponements, is likely to  be ready for business some time in December.  Premier McBride's challenge to meet  any Liberal and debate the "Better  Terms' question with him has not yet  received a taker.  The C. P. intends building a vessel  50 feet longer than the Princess Victoria, to run on the trianguiar Victoria-  Seattle-Vancouver route next season.  King of All Cough Medicines.  Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of  Canton Centre, Conn., who has been  in the U. S. service for 16 years, says:  "We have tried many cough medicines  for croup, but Chamberlain's cough  remedy is king of all and one to be relied on every time. We also find it  the best remedy for coughs and colds,  giving certain results and leaving no  bad after effects." Sold by all druggists.  <_  More than one best.  When you ask your grocer to send  you the best flour, he sends you���  his best. When you know the best  flout and order by the name, the  choice is- not left to the grocer.  Many grocers handle  Royal Household Flour  as their leader. They have found it  the safest flour to recommend because  its results are sure and its purity is  unquestioned. Il your grocer's best  is not Royal Household, insist on his  getting it for you. The benefit vvill  be mutual.  Ltd.  S-<\1.  m  4 . _ !'���-.���  !���!���  ���..     ': S-  Oflilvle Flour Hills Co.,  ���MNTIEAL.  106  Maintaining a first-class Dni^ St.<>iv. lliu above named Druggist occupies a commanding position in tho retail dm- trad.; of this citv. and almost every r.-metly that is olio red  to the public seeks an outlet through his store. But with an eye single to the interests of  his many patrons ho is careful to handle tho most reliable preparations. Consequently  when a medicine is recommended and endorsed by this Druggist, that medicine must  have merit. , w  1 The above Druggist, after a rigid iuve_tigitii.il. described elsewhere in this announcement, has decided to make, upon his own responsibility, the most remarkable distribution  ol medicino ever attempted in this city. Convinced by personal experience of tho  extraordinary merits of  FERROL  He haa purchased from the Ferrol Co., Limited, of Toronto, a largo number of  bottle., of this remedy, for free distribution, and ho hereby invites every purgon suffering  from any form of blood trouble ; any person who is run down, discouraged and in need of a  powerful tonic ; any person Buffering from Coughs. Colds, Bronchitis, Croup and all  Bronchial or Lung Trouble, Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Insomnia, Loss of Weight  and all wasting disoaaes ; nny person who-has sought relief in any other remedy or Cod  Liver Oil preparation, and failed to find it, cut out the certificate printed herewith, till out  the blank lines, present it at the store on the dates given, and get a bottle of this wonderful  preparation, FERROL, Free.  It was necessary for me to purchase a large quantity in order to have tho privilege of  making th_8 free distribution, and the responsibility assumed by me in this matter, I am  positive will be appreciated by tho public, and the immense sales that are sure to follow  will more than compensate me for the expenditure involved.  There is absolutely no oentiment in this endorsement of FERROL. It is morely a  business recognition of a preparation that possesses positive merit, and a keen desire on  t_>�� part of ��� progressive concern to always supply tho best goods at the lowest possible price.  THIS CERTIFICATE,  Properly filled out and signed, entitles the holder to one large sized  bottle of FERROL (Cod Liver  Oil, Iron and Phosphorus), if presented at   J-   B.   Boyles    Drug   Store  on    December   3,    i9��<5   from 9 a.m.,  until samples are exhausted.  Name of Patient, ������    Add ress, - -    Disease,    .   The bearer of this certificate hereby  agrees to give this medicine a thorough  and faithful trial and to report to the  druggist named above, within three weeks,  the improved condition of his health that is  almost absolutely certain to follow.  This Coupon must be presented by adults.  COMPANY THAT WILL BE WELCOME.  Harold   Nelsoa   and   Clifford    Lane   Bruce  .   Next Week.  The coming engagement of Messrs.  Harold Nelson and Clifford Lane  Bruce and their supporting company  will be welcome news to the theatre  goers of Phoenix. This year the company is by far the most talented and  will present here lor the first time an  elaborate and costumed production,  "A Soldier of Fortune." This is a  romantic drama, with stirring scenes  and just ample comedy  Sir Rupert, around whose adventures the play is woven, the gay, careless, fearless freelance, and upholder  of the poor and oppressed, is a very  lifelike character in Mr. Nelson's  hands. Those who saw Mr. Nelson's  "Prince Otto" last season may feel  sure of another treat when he appears  in the great romantic role.  On Tuesday night that famous historic drama, -'The Virginian," with  Mr. Bruce in the title role, will be  played. This is a beautiful love story  of the cowboy country, and is filled  with dramatic action. With the picturesque costume of the cowboy as a  background, the audience can almost  feel the breezy atmosphere of the  West coming over the footlights. Mr.  Bruce, possessing, as he does, good  looks and a fine physique, is particularly adapted to this style of play.  The supporting company is large,  including Wm. Yule, Geo. Dayton,  Pearl Reesor, Gertrude Thomas, Victor Traves, Bryce Desmond, Jackson  Rigby, and many others.  m>A4mam.   \3____W_S  -��k.ow*"  ���itt.tl.H6  JSrS^flJ^gl  Wwrfm v>0-  f/  i<  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  Issues  Drafts  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $1.00 and upwards recehed. Interest  credited twice a year.  BRANCHES  IN  CANADA  55  CAPITAL  $3,000,000.09  RESERVE  $1,600,000.00  ESTABLISHED  1859.  No other distribution will be made, and it will be necessary for you  to come early in order to be sure of securing a large size  bottle of FERROL"ABSOLUTELY FREE  "*4--j5_^-  RE_t__C.V_.ppR. only ONE bottle will be given to each family.    Tell your friends of this Wonderful  ��"* Offer for fear they will not see this advertisement. '' y--^  '���?'  WHAT IT IS AND WHY  YOU SHOULD TAKE IT  No Opium in   Chamberlain's   Cough  Remedy.  There is not the least danger in giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to  small children as it contain's no opium  or other harmful drug. It has an established reputation of more than thirty  years as the most successful medicine  in use for colds, croup and whooping  cough. It always cures and is pleasant to take. Children like it. Sold  by all druggists.  nalcyontlotSpringSr::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  V^_Th_ most perfectly appointed Health  and Ple_.su.re Resort iu the West, with a com-  pletesystem of Baths���including Turkish and  Russian. Open the year round. The curaWv:  properties of its waters are uuequaled."  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ailments.  For Eliminating alt Met&lllcPoisons from the  ..ystem  The grandeur ot the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterlalls,  Itoatlng, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursir ns  tennis. It�� winter climate is unsurpassed for  nUdnexs- HARRY KcINTOSH,  P*opri*fto_*  DrinK   Dry   Gin   and   P. Dawson's WKisKey  Greenwood Liquor Co.,  Greenwood,BC,  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S. F. & N. RY.  THJC _.__R_.OI_ CO., Limit*!.  OlTT  May 2_th, 1905  "___��� bottl. of FERROL I secured from  you, I have found to do great good. My  ���on used it for a. bad cold, and it cured  Him. I know it to bo an excellent remedy  for a bad cold and for building a person up  *-t_. sickness. I might say that it w��b a  prominent doctor friend of mine in tho  ��ty, who uaed it for his son, and spoke to  bm ot it. I have since recommonded it  to ft great taapy of my friends to try.  .-��.. Tours truly,  <$_<.:.'' ..  , J. B. TumiNo  -^      ��� ���" 9. F. MI.  WHAT FF.RBOL DOES.���A careful perusal  of tho foreRoinK will readily suggest to the  roiulor what FKHBOL-does.  It build, up the run down constitution as no  other preparation can. .������,���  .,,.  It cures Anrriiila. no matter how chronic. I>>  supplying Ihe blood with jlist what It retimr. ,  In the only form In which ImpovorlHhcd bloo.l  can l.o so supplied. .        ,  It prevent* consnmpllon by fortifying the  constitution against Us nllncks.  It roJ.tt.ros Nervous Vltallly In a manner  little Hhortof marvellous. .  It cure.. Cornells. Colds, Hronctiitts and kindred dlspa._rby Imil.lInB up tho constitution  "o that the system will throw off the disease by  vatiJI.A-, rl-ocifs-a very different thing from  tho is.i.il mot hod of treatment by atlinin ister-  Kcolli, medicines and other drugs which arc  sn^o to impair digestion and arc always do nil-  toting I ii tlioir cllects. I'KUBtH. on the other  wind  w.  e removing tho disease, at the sumo  time "iNt-.KASRH   THE WKIOIIT.   KNIUCHKS   the  moot, and improve- the patient in ovory  "unssists in the dovelopmont of dolicato infants and children and It ����p����"��u��;S_jalji.  ablo for boyB and girls at the perloa or  transition Into manhood and woninntoood,  wh?n  the"   aS .0  Hkolr  �� outgrow^ their  ttrongth and the system I�� ronderod peculiarly  susceptible to the attacks of disease.  It strengthens the muscles, tones up tho  nerves. Improves the vitality, strengthen, tho  action of tne heart, and builds up the whole  systom so that the genus of disease can obtain  no foothold.  It has a wonderful recuperative effect on tho  nniln-bringing to It In proper form Phosphorus, tho ltratn's chief constituent; attacks  of depression and morbidness, "brain fag,  oto., arc dispelled���the cure is basal, constructive antl complete .,.���,,  WHAT IT IS NOT"���It is not a "Patent Motll-  cine "���tho Ingredients are freely made known,  only the method of manufacture being . ecrot.  KKMKmiKB���Thero is only one hmulsion  of ��'od Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus, anil  tlmtonois KKUROL.  It von feci the nood of a Kcstorativo see that  you got FKKKOIj and do not bo put off with  something "just as gopA "-there u nothing  half so good-nothing "just the same.      Pro-  ^cJ_0Liv_r'Oil, Iron and Phosphorus aro not  now remodlal agenW; for ages their merits  havo bean known nnd recognised.and for many  roars physicians havo indulged tho hope that  some d_r �� satisfactory comb nation of theao  remedied would  bo  perfected  and   the   full  bonoflt of  tholr  lifo-glvltvg properties  made  available.  In "Kerhoi." that hope has at last been  fully realized, nnd tho practical benefits  resulting from its use have far exceeded the  most sangl-ino ex nictations.  These ngonts am combined in a scientifically  prepared Knititsion so palatable that even a  nursing infant caii and will tako it readily,  oven greedily : so easily assimilated that the  most delicate digestive organs will dispose of  it with less <IIIU<-ult> than thoy would experience in tho digrwiion of the plainest food.  WHAT IT ISl���'��� FtvlCKOl,," as its name  implies, is composed mainly of Oil and Iron-  It is.in short, a Pkkkkct K.mimjsion" of Cod  Livkr Ott. ami Ikon, with a modicum of  Phosphorus added, and is positively tho only  preparation combining thoso ingredients.  The' apparently extravagant claim that ft  has no onual in it-- peculiar sphoro is based on  tho following common sense reasons:  It combines in palatable form Cod Liver Oil,  tho greatest -issue-builder and flesh-produoer  known to medical scieneo, with Iron, tho one  and only agont which willsupply Impoverished  Blood with Che red corpuselm whioh it must  hare in order to insitro a hotUthy condition,  and Ph��Hph��irns, which has no equal as a  Nerve tonic  PALACE MEAT MARKET  Fresh  Tel. No. 12.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  and Salt Meats.  Fish, Poultry and Oysters.  FIDELITY    1JONDB,  Matheson  3..0urance Haent  KIUK,       LIFE  ,VNT>  ACCIDENT.  FI.ATK   r.t,,-SS  COMMIHSIONKR.   FCJR   TAKING   AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Daily  Leave  Sijj a.m.  8:35 a.m.  PHOENIX  Spokane. Seattle,  Kverett, Belllngham  Vancouver Victoria,  aad alt Coast  points _   Spokane, Kernie,  Winnipeg, St. Paul,  Minneapolis   i��5  j'-rnnd     forks,   Ke-  1 ptv.^z, Curlew, Mar-  cw->>.ud Ferry (Mld-  8:35 a.m.  .fort, Kosslaud  :.son _   Kaslo, Sandon.  Daily  Arrive  6_45p.ro.  6:45 p.m.  6:45 P-m.  6:45 p.m  8:35 a.m.  Kx.  Sun.1            Connecting at Spokane with the famous  'ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  2'-DAILY   OVCHLANO   TRAIMa-  From Spokane for Winnipeg. St. Paul.t  I Minneapolis, St. Louis Chicogo and all [  (points east  Kor complete information,   rates,   berth I  I reservations, etc., call on or nddress,  M. M. STKPHKNS, Agent.  l'hoenix. |  S O. YKRKKS.A. O.P.A.  Seattle I  -^���**____-:.-ff-^_  P. 0. Bex 56.  5(2������_>����_X__a>C_X_^^  Phoenix Market. 'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cored Heats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  MarketB at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,   Eholt and   all  the  other  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta anil Yukon.  ��  ��>  Headquarters:  NELSOX, B.C.-  >orao:o:o:oooo:arao:o��.o.o.o.o:o_OLo:<  Headquarters for Boundary :  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  )^__X�����X__X__XjX_D��__X_^^ .*)_,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "Mny*' M inernl I'lnim. situate In the Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale District.  Where located ��� Creenwood camp, in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Adolphe 8ercu, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B2075, lor myself and  Joseph Hedges as agent, Free Miner's Certificate  No. BJ03S. intend, stxtv days from date hereof,  to apply to the Mini, g Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant ol the above cla.ra.  And further take uctice that action, under  section }7, must be commenced before the  Issuance'of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 5th day of October A.D  1906  , AbOI__>H BHB.CU,  Phoenix Livery Stable  D*   J.   McDonald,  J Everything New  * ___������_ Ill      II ���!��� II       ���HIIM-MI-MnMIII      Ml  Prop.  <_>.  CARRIAGES    AND    OTHER    RIGS  HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL I    HUNDRED CORDS OF DRV   WOOD )  Delivered to any part of the city. |  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public |  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37. |  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX,  B. C. I >.  uf  V h    ]   !  _ f  . _. ji  _.__<_  ���? r  1  _i|  ti  ll I  II./'  B  I1!.  ft  Iii  1/  11  !*_  I'  _&  if  V  if..  > ._  _ i't  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER  Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel. Balmoral  \  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St..  PHOENIX,***- C.  ;*  New and Dp-to-dute,  Centrally located,  Good Sample Rooms.  J. A  McMASTER  Proprietor.  "O"  .0.  i����8_*i^^  I dominion Ibotel I  ��Ib 3ronsifce-3 ave.,  Tbts Is the Largesl Hotel Iu the City  and has been iuipioved aud refitted,  being; well adapted for mining and  travelling men. Battarocm. Bar irell  stocked with choice goods. Dining  Room unde. personal charge ol the  proprietress.  fthoenfo JB.d.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS  OF   LOCAL  AND  GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  ��_fc_te_______^  Boyle, the Druggist. .  Fresh eastern oysters at P. Burns  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Bank Block,  Dec. ioth to 14th, inclusive.  A dance will be given by the  Knights of Pythias on Christmas night.  Rooms to let over Morrin, Thompson & Co.'s. Entrance next door to  post office. -  Keep an eye on McRae Bros, and  Smith's Holiday announcement next  week.    Stock  larger than ever before,  Mrs. P. L  McKElVEr, Prop.  Tclcphonk No. 77.  lll___l8IK___iS_Ml_S  ^*"<^,^w*^^^^'l^,*nt'i_^fc^^^l-_^P-._fc/pi^l^'T^i%^,_,K^,_,_^.'W,^_.Wr. ^JiHammirw^^^amiairaiKat^^^Kram^r^^^n^^rr^aM^a^^-rt^^atf^^a^r^^*,  e >>^��a___m��__S-a&^^ &  g: ii  __  ��  ��.  The Only First-Class  and Up-To-Oate Hotel  In  Phoenix   K1 Brooklyn  Jas. Marshall, Prop  PHOENIX, B: C.  STEAM HEATED  New from .-ellar to  roof. Best Sample  Rooms iri Bouudary  Opposite <i >. depot.  Modern Bathrooms  f.... .Deane's Hotel.. '���*  DANNY DEANE, Prop.  This hew house is now open  for inspection. Everything new  neat and clean. Heated by hot  water.  Meals at all Hours, served in  the style which lias already  made this house famous. Try  onr Sunday dinner, of which  we make a specialty. If 3?ou do  you'll come again.  First  St.,   on the Bridge.  Phoenix, B. C.  Steam Heated  Telephne A24.  0%^%^'%^%^_k��^%^^%^%^^%^_^^%'%%^%/%^%^/^%^%^'%^%^%^^'%^0  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  See Boyle's china sale.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  China sale at Boyle's.  Don't forget Boyle is the Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers no addition  or subtraction.  New and second hand goods sold  by R. J. Gardner.  Prescriptions properly prepared by  Boyle, the Druggist.  Nothing nicer than china for Christmas.    See Boyle's sale.  Woodchoppers wanted. Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Tunction.  See Miss McDonald, milliner, for  sewing machines and supplies.  Sewing machines to rent at $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald, milliner.  The work of making ice for the  winter, at both the curling and skating  rinks, was started this week.  Judge W. R. Williams got back-  Wednesday from his trip to Edmonton  and other Northwest parts.  Cliflbrd Lane Bruce, with the Harold  Nelson Co., was taken down with appendicitis at Kamloops last week.  Alterations were begun at the city  hall this week on the second s'.ory, for  Fire Chief Docksteader and family.  Mayor Rumberger returned Wednesday from a two weeks' trip to Spokane and the  Coeur d'Alene country.  Christmas night Phoenix Lodge No.  28, Knights of Pythias, will give its  fifth annual ball, and it promises to be  quite an event in society circles  Machinery for the Phoenix steam  Laundry was to have been shipped  from Toronto Nov. 22d, but it is now  said that it will be January ist before  the carload is sent out, the makers .being so crowded with orders.  James H. Schofield, of Trail, grand:  master of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of British Columbia,  will make a visit to King Edward  Lodge No. 36, next week Friday, being  at Greenwood Thursday and at Grand  Forks Wednesday.  In Praise _f Chau-orlaln'i Couth Medicino  There is no other medicine manufactured that has received so much  praise and so many expressions as  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is  effective, and prompt relief follows its  use. Grateful parents everywhere do  not hesitate to testify to its merits for  the benefit of-others. It is a certain  cure for croup, and will prevent the attack if given at the first appearance of  the disease. It is especially adapted  to children,-as it is pleasant to take and  contains nothing injurious. Mr. E A.  Humphreys, a well-known resident and  clerk in the^store of Mr. E. Lock, of  Alice, Cape' Colony, South Africa,  says: "I have used Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy, .to ward off croup and  and colds in my family. I found it to  be very satisfactory, and it gives me  pleasure to recommend it." Sold by  all druggists.  Nolle* I* Skater*.  Notice is hereby given oy the Phoenix Electric Light Co., Ltd., that skating on Marshall, lake is strictly prohibited. "���"'"'       ���������-������  ;  ''"  J. L. Martin, Sec.  . MINERAL ACT.  Certificate-'*f Improvements.  NOTICB  Bank of England, Bank of England Fractional,  Black Bear Fractional  Mineral  Ula<"ma, situate  *-___. rfr-rt._rfi_rf_ rf��j��z_s_x_r__ \��z.j-._  The Marsh Block  as  ���j is now open  3  Rooming  House.  -j; siring quiet  comfortable  rooms  ^ will do well by applying at once.  4  a First   Class  Parlies  de-  I J, V. O'Loughlin  _$_ /jt-z^st^i-zyr/js-Tjx-^x-z^r  <*"&  A  SUN,"h_'AL  ct tune. ' Mei  records the exact tune.' "Men of affairs  require promptitude in keeping engagements.  , TIMEPIECES  that, keep exact time are a part of our  jewelry offering.  -  You won't lose a train if your watch is  bought here. .We show a fine assortment and at extremely low prices. Call  and see them. ,  GEORGE E. DEY,  JEWELER,  Knob Hill Ave, Phoenix, B.C.  Next week will be a busy one at the  opera house, with the Harold Nelson  company here Monday and Tuesday  evening., and the "Out in Idafio" company with twelve persons here Wednesday evening. The following Monday, December ioth, McEwen, the  hypnotist, will be here with his company.  Alex McDonald, who left Phoenix  some time since,on a visit to Portland  and San Francisco, was one of the 200  passengers marooned at Le_ vonworth,  Wash., by the washouts on the Great  Northern. He sends the Pioneer a  copy of the Cascade Sidetrack, issued  at the local printing office by the passengers, the sheet having the name and  address of every passenger down to  the porters on the Pullmans, with  other matter of a spfcy nature.  in the Grand Fork* Mining Division of British  Columbia.  Where located���Greenwood Camp  TAKE NOTICB'that I, David Whiteside,' as  agent for the Granby Coosol-dated Mid ug.  Smelting & Power Compaiv, Limited, tree  miners certificate No. B 92013, intend, sixty days  after date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder Tor a Certificate ol Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Croivn Grant of the above  claims. .  Aud further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of November, A.D.  1906.  O. Whitbsidb,  Agent for   the   Granby   Consolidated  Mining  Smelting  &  Power Company, Limited,  ��S��_-_XS����S^^  The BEST; Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHICH  MAKES BUSINESS GROW.  All  to  .    WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of satisfied '  customers.    If you don't   oelieve  it come  and examine goods.  A Ft*Il Linte of Undctwcar, Shirts, Shoes, Ties.etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  ���V-'���:������-.:- -������-.. and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  _>_X_X_>_X_XSX___X_X_)<_X^^  BIRNIE  BLOCK.  KNOB HILL AVE., PHOENIX.  Article Mnct  bave   Superior Merit  Back ap Publicity.  "Our business for the first six  months of 1906 shows an increase of  over $200,000," says Charles E. Slater, president of the Slater Shoe Company.  It was Mr. Slater who asserted positively at the beginning of the year  that he was opposed to any increase in  the tariff on shoes, and he held that a  good shoe which made its goodness  known need-have no fear cf American  competition. This substantial increase  for the first half-year in the sales of  Slater Shoes would go to prove his  contention in his own particular case.  The Minister of Finance, Hon. W. S.  Fielding, asked a shoe man : "Why  don't you advertise like Slater does?"  Mr. Slater says, "Why don't you make  shoes like Slater does?"  Hunter-Kendrick Co., exclusive  agents, Phoenix.  Jb-hoeriix   Opera   House  WALTER MORRISON, Mgr.  One Night Only  Wed/Dec. 5  We have recently received a big stock of  Souvenir Postal  Cards. They are print-  in seven colors, the  work being done in  Germany especially  for us. They include  views of the big mines  of Phoenix and of  the city.just what you  wish to send to to  friends.  Besides, we have an  extensive line of other  Souvenir Postals.  Agent for Mason   &  Risch Pianos.  McRae Dros. S Smith  LIMITED.  Stat.__.e_7, Wall Paper,  Fancy Goods, Etc.  Phoenix   Opera    House  WALTER MORRISON, Mgr.  An adaptation of Bret Harte'a  Famous Stories of Wsstern Life  ���W+SZS?S?SZSZSi5Z55SZ5SS2SSS3SSSi!5Z5l>]  WALTER MORRISON, MGR.  2   Nights Beginning'  Mon,, Dec* 3  HAROLD  NELSON  _visri>  Clifford Lane  BRUCE  nnd llicir ..iipportii g ninipnnv,  '���    Notice.  All persons indebted to the Reco  Laundry are requested to pay on or  before Jan. ioth, 1907. All bills not  paid by that date will be placed for  collection.* A. D. McKenzie.  A Word Picture of the Golden West.  A Play True to Nature.  2 Nights  Commencing  MON.,JEC. 10  Mr. C. P. Walker Presents -  THE GREAT  McEwen  AND HIS COMPANY  Replete with tragic, thrilling  incidents  of the days Bret Harte new so  well.  Seats on sale at Tom   Brown's.  S5S25ZS3S^SdSZS2SSSZ5:SSiS2SiSZS2Si  _-_-_-__?__ffiS_S_S_____i__________^5_S___?S  Cbrl-totNS  Excursions.  Excursions to Eastern Canada,  $83.45, including all points in Ontario  west ol Montreal and south ol Graven-  hurst. Corresponding rates to all (joints  in Quebec and the maritime provinces.  Tickets on sale Nov. 24th to December 3rst. M. M. Stevens,'agent G. N. i  R'y, Phoenix, B. C.  & "A Soldier of Fortune"  TUESDAY  "The Virginian"  Prices - $1.00, 75c, 50c  Seats on sale at Tom Brcnon's  O&tkatSL  Supreme Master  MAGICIAN  15,000 Dollars Invested in Illusions  aid Magical  Equipment.  World's Foremost  HYPNOTIST  A Scientific Demonstration of the  Wonderfully Mysterious  Hypnotic Force.  HIGH CI.AS.S VAUDEVILLE  PRICES 75c and 50c  SPECIAL SCENERY  CHANGE OF BILL N_GHTLV  Seois on.salt al Tom lirmvtt's  noLFDAT mniounanmi  We wish to announce to the  people of Phoenix and vicinity that  our Xinas stock is arriving daily and  that when complete will be most up  to date. You will find everything  in the line of Jewelry, Gold, Gold  Filled and Silver. Also a large line  of Fancy China and Toilet Articles,  quality above question and prices  that will stand comparison. Calls  of inspect ion invited.  E. A. BLACK,  *| The Jeweler l��  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B. C.  ft_MA_**tfWM*<  ;w%w  *m***s*s***��  0�� **m  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  iftho Stocks will Bring Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  G rati by .���.   Dominion _ __ _   International Coal   Alhambra (Coeur d'A.)   Copper King:   Oro Denoro���   Burke-   Bullion   Happy Day.-   Heckla   Idaho Mont. 8   Sonora (Coeur d'A.).   Snow Storm-   Stuart-   Furnace Cr. (Cala.)   Sullivan   Skylark    jr.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attentioa to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phenix, B. C  a*a*********0*a******M**.  I  **********  a**a*****am*C<  BINNS' FURNITURE STORE  Carload  Shipment  General  Has Arrived  Furniture  Latest Styles and Designs���Cheap and   Medium Priced  SPECIAL���Iron bed, good spring, three-qnarter  and  ���each.   This is big value.    Uome and inspect.  full   sizp, I8...0  UNDERTAKING.  t  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares, in all the  leading mines bought and sold.  G.W. Rumberger  c  Information   about    Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  ���  ��  y      Tel'-phon"  No8'28.      *_��     _Ph06___LlX,   -B.C.        J  �����j^@-<^C^��-<������____^��-<J.^-��-^Cj $  (3V  HtUtaitt %mxin (Exl Uift  fiotninlott Atmutr.  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the  Best Beer in the Boundaiy. With the Best Malt  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for  quality.     Insist  on   having  PHOENIX   BEER.  Spuing Water Ice for Sale. Bottled Beer and Porter.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  PfroeDix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery, Banner St. PHOENIX, B.C.  g_:2_na____j_5_s___z_r__i___r-^^ it-^-M-*^ o o o o-o>-��-��_>-__-��_r-��-^H_i _>_>���<_����� _��-��_H_��-o-^-^j  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for  winter.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs-plain and pleated bosoms.  Men S Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  fall    blocks,   in   Black  and Brown,  Mens Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy Suits A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks   and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  _&*  The  WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  7!7^,W''M��^3S  flMPWWWWWW

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