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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 16, 1905

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 yra-Myyr*i?<fflsyjiwiw  &&*����JK  Boundary^, Mines. Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  ������'.?*'  ��*-����  /  ANI?   BOp��>ARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of'the Boundary Mining District  Phoenix is the Centre  and -Leading  Mining  v ^ C'an^'10-^ boundary >  DEC 10 1905  �����**��     5  /  r O*   <-(  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER   16,   190s.  No.    s-  pilaMe Gifts  for xm^s.  JUST L00H 0VKTHEIM.  LADIES'   DEPARTMENT.  J^idies' Embroidered Handerchiefs.  Indies' Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.  Ladies' Fancy>Handkerchief Boxes.  \Y'^YY~      I-adie's!';Kid Gloves.  ;; .;   ! '':     /   :   ; ' Ladies' Neckwear.  \    ''; Y^Y---^ '������>'���  %:.,��� '���-..    Ladies' Belts.  I��idies' Shopping Bags.  ��!">���������" *���;.������'     , '..", Ladies'.Silk  Umbrellas.  Indies  Silk and  Wool Opera Shawls.  . '���   Indies' Fur Collars,.,Muffs, etc.  ... .;__ __ _ ^Ladies' Silk  Waists.  MEN'S  DEPARTMENT.  Men's Neckwear.  Men's Silk  Lined Gloves.  Ven's Silk Suspenders.  Men's  Handkerchiet  Boxes.  Men's Silk and  Wool Mufflers  GROCERY  DEPARTMENT.  Dinner Sets, $18.00 to $?5.oo.  .���.-���.'_ Tea Sets, $8.oo to $15.00.  Y '���" Celery Dishes.  " ,...'.'.''.',/ Bon-Bon  Dishes'.  ������������''���;���'-,:",;'V' . Fern Holders.  Cheese TJishes.  ���'���'..       Chocolate Pots.  .',.., Berry. Sets.  :    ;    ; ��� Cake Plates.  Wine.Sets. Fancy Tea Pots!  Water Sets.  Ornamental Parlor Lamps.  Japanese Curios, etc.  TW0FURNACES  SOONTO SMELT  At Plant of Dominion Copper  Company.  MAIL WILL CONTINUE ;  OVER THE C. P. R.  Second to Blow In About January First.  It will pay you to sob our  Unequalled Display.  PRICES  RIGHT.  It is now the expectation of W. C.  Thomas, superintendent of the Dominion Copper Company's smelting  works at Boundary Falls, to blow in  the second furnace at those works in  about'two weeks', time. Two weeks  agj the first furnace was placed in  blast by.Mr. Thomas, and since then  has been doing very satisfactory work,  it is understood, unofficially. Ap  proximately 350 tons of ore per day  have been smelted, the ore all coming  frorn the company's Brooklyn, Stem-  winder and Rawhide mines in P"hoe-  nix camp, and from their Sunset mine  in Deadwood camp, the latter being  used as a flux.  A number of improvements have  been made by Mr. Thomas,since he  assumed charge at the smelter, and  witn his force Of some" "66" "men" he~is  getting excellent results;. ; The matte  from the Dominion Copper Company's  smelter is Converted at tthe converting  works of the British. Columbia Copper  Company at Grrenwood, a carload  beiug treated every two or three days.  With the blowing in of the second  furnace at this smelter the daily output of the company's mines in this  camp will also be doubled. At, present  the company has about 160 men all  told on its payroll, which number will  be materially increased with the increase of output soon to take place,  lhe monthly payroll of the company  iri this camp, which took place this  week, distributed, about $10,600 jri  wages alone here from the one company." With that of the Granby Company here, which also took place ai  the same lime, between "$50,006' and  $60,000 was paid out h��re to -miners  for November payroll.  And Mr. Ross Will Work for  V.,V.&E.-MaiIAIso.  'As a result of the agitation of the  business men of Phoenix, the postoffice  department will not discontinue bringing mail into Phoenix over the C.P. R.,  as proposed,.when, un additional mail  over the V., V. & E. was asked for.  Our member, Duncan Ross, has sent  the following acknowledgment to J.  L. . Martin, secretary of the . public  meeting held last week over this matter: :   .  Greenwood, B.C., Dec. 7, 1905.  J. L. Martin; Esq.,    ,'"'.  Secretary Public Meeting,  Phoenix, B. C.  Dear Sir: I have yours of the 4th  inst. enclosing copy of telegram sent  to the Honorable Postmaster-General  by the citizens of.Phoenix, in reference  to the mail'service for that  city,   and  CASH ON HAND  IS NOW $115,000  Statement of Dominion Copper  Company.  Boundary Mining Notes  n reply beg to state that I have already wired and written the 'postmaster-general urging that the service  asked for, :by ,your people shall be  granted without further delay. ,  Yours very truly.    Duncan Ross.  Since that letter was sent Mr. Ross  has also advised that he has had a telegram from Dr. Coulter, the deputy!  postmaster-general, from Ottawa, say-;  ing that the mail will continue .to"arrive here via the C. P.R. Nothing is  said about the request to have the additional mail brought here via theV.,  V. & E.,. but it is believed that this  will .also be granted, as there is no  reason why it should not be done.  President Warner Miller Issues  Circular.  Boundary Side Lights  Colin Campbell has been appointed  city auditor for the city of Grand  Fork's.""-'"  THE    BEG    tSTOFlE,  THIS WEEK'S ARRIVALS  \ Car Apples  350 Boxes Butter  ��?*�������*���  Ail   verities.    These  are   by   far   the   best  brought into town this season.  in 14II1S., 28lhs. and 561l)s.from Shcall.ake,  Man., made in Sept. and Oct. 'I'he quality  is unsurpassed.  J 25 Cases Eggs  direct from St, Marys, Ontario. They are  extra nice and fresh.  \ Car Tartan Canned Goods  These need no introduction in Phoenix.  They are the recognized standard of quality.  \ Car Arxhor Brand Flour  This is the 12th car so far sold in Phoenix.  \ Cat Snow White Pastry Flour  This brand is meeting with approval from  all users, it being our second car since  August.  2 Cars Potatoes  You should try a sack of these. Not too  large, just right size for a good spud.  grjrisfanas Qrocenes   arriving   a.lang now-  gome of the qhm&M ������ gf th�� season-  Once again we can we can promise  ydu an attractive   display of  Christmas Novelties.  HO.  There was no meeting; of .the   city  co"uncil���Wedncsday'evenings-bur the  police and licensing boards loregather.r  ed in regular session. At the license  commissioners' meeting ^ there were  pres nt M'avor-Riimberger and Commissioners Roddick   and   McDonald.  The only.-business transacted was the  granting of renewals to the fifteen licenses to sell liquor at retail in the  city. The present licenses expire, as  usual, January 15, and renewals were  for six months at $150 each.  A letter was read at the meeting of  the police commissioners from Acting  Chief of Police Docksteader, asking  that his salary be made $110 per  month from the first ol last July, since  when he has been acting as chiel. The  board, which has the same membership as. the licensing board, decided to  appoint Mr. Docksteader chief, and  to give him die salary of chief from  December 1.  0   N. Excursions to the East.  The Great Northern railway is offer  ing the following low rates on round  trip tickets to points in Eastern Canada :  First class, good for ninety days,  $79.50 from Phoenix to Montieal,Toronto and intermediate points, not including .points on the Grand Trunk  Ry. north it" (Jravenhurst nor points  on the C.P.R, north ol Pembroke,  Out,; Phoenix to St. John, N. B., $94;  Phoenix to Halifax, N.S., $97; Phoenix to Sydney, N.S., $100.60; Phoenix to Antigonish, N.S., $98.25. Corresponding low rates to all points in  Eastern Canada.  Concert Worth  Hearing.  Next week Wednesday a musical  entertainment said to be well worth  hearing will be given in Miners' Union  hall by the Polmatier Sisters Concert  Company, under the auspices of the  Curling club. Of this company the  Fargo, N. D , Herald had the following to say:  The Polmatier Sisters.who appeared  at Stone's Music Hall last night, presented a unique entertainment, which  included all the elements cf a first  class musical entertainment, with a  bright concert flavor. Their program  consisted of soprano, cornet and trom  bone solos, quintettes, yoca! and instrumental trios, and were rendered in  a style quite refreshing and picturesque  garbed in costume, Mr, Charles W.  Hitchcock, in his d-imatic monologues, is worthy of sueci.il mention as  his work is clean and up-to-date in  every respect, and showed tor itself by  the numerous encores he received.  t^^  Richard Mansion,an employee of the  Granby mines, died Tuesday morning  at the hospital of typhoid pneumonia,  after about ton days' illness. He was  a native of Sweden, and a member of  Sandon Mineis' Union. The funeral  took place yesterday by Phqenix  Miners' Union, intenpent b.eing in the  Phoenix city cemetery.  The K. of P. of Greenwood will  give a ball on New Year's night, Jan  uary 1. -.'.?���,  .^Duncan RossjM. P., has offered a  cup as a prize for members of the  Greenwood Curling club.  A force of fourteen Kettle Valley  Idries-s&rveyprs nsticrwworkiiig orr tire  lines to Franklin camp.. ���-.-���  '. Lumber having at last arrived, .work  is now proceeding with the enlargement of the curling link.  ; Tenders are being asked for by the  government for the erection of a  wooden bridge over the Kettle river at  Carson.  Murdock McGillivray, for two years  a Granby smelter employee, aged 40  and unmarried, fell dead on the streets  of Grand Forks Wednesday.  Wednesday evening the serai-monthly dance, given by the Phoenix Tiades  and Labor Council for the benefit of  the new Miners' Union hall, was given  as usual  Next Friday evening the Christmas  cantata, entitled "Christmas Fairies,"  will be given at the Methodist church,  it being the annual Christmas entertainment of that organization.  Police Magistrate W. R. Williams  left, yesterday for Toronto and the  east, where he expects to spend the  holidays with relatives. He will probably return some time in January.  A special meeting of the Trades and  Labor Council is called for next Monday evening, December 1 Sth, for the  purposes of appointing sub-committees  for the opening ball at the new hall.  On. Thursday evening, December  12, Duncan J. Weir of Phoenix and  Miss Wilhelmma Edwarda Olsen of  Nakusp were married in Nelson, at the  residence of J. A. Howies, by Rev. F.  H. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Weir will  make their home in Phoenix.  All miners' wives and ladies interested in the work of the Union are invited to attend a meeting railed for  Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in  the new hall, to arrange for gutting up  the supper for the grand opening ball  to be given by the Union.  Andrew Hackett, formerly a resident  of Phoenix, but who two years ago  earned the reputation of being the  champion coil and oil locator of East  Kootenay, recently had some suits  over the East Kootenay property,  brought by Spokane people, decided  in his favor by the Supreme court of  the state of Washington at Olympia.  This should straighten out tlie tangle  somewhat.  PUBLIC WARNING  Owing; to the prevalence  of typhoid in and about  Phoenix, all are warned  to boil thoroughly both  milk and water.  By order  CITY MEDICAL  HEALTH OFFICERS  Hon. Warner Miller, president of  the Dominion Copper Co., Ltd., has  issued a circular to the shareholders  giving the status of operations, .financially and otherwise, since the'new  management took hold. The contents  ol the circular in full are as follows:  Office of The Dominion Copper  Company, Limited, No. 30 Broad  Street, New York City, November  22, 1905.���To the Stockholders: Pursuant to the plan of-reorganization  under which The Montreal & Boston  Consolidated Mining & Smelting Com-*  pany, Limited, (hereinafter called the  Consolidated Company) conveyed its  properties to your company the new  board of directors was elected on July  28, 1905, and thereupon assumed the  management of your company.  The contemplated issue of bonds,  amounting to $700,000, was at once  consummated. Out of the funds received trom all sources, including the  bond issue, your company has paid-^i)  the balance amounting to $339,158.79  due under the so-called "'Dominion",:  agreement for lhe purchase of stock of  your company; (2) a large an./iint of  debts of the consolidated company,  which were specifically assumed by  your company; (3) the charges incident to the reorganization and the expenses of general administration; and  (4) about $50,000 for equipment, supplies, ��� labor ~and other outlays in developing the mines of the company,  and preparing to start the smelter.  The company now has balances in  bank aggregating about $115,000;-and  has mining and smelting supplies  worth about $30,000.  The assets . acquired , by, your company ^ompris^;^niong;,atrier.. proper.-  Ties,"''a "large   inajoriTyof' ffie capital  stock of the Montreal &   Boston Copper  Company,   Limited,   which owns  the smelter.    After the present   management-assumed, charge of your company in July last,   Messrs.  Munroe &  Munroe asserted against the: Montreal  & Boston Copper Company  a   claim,  amounting to about  $17,000,   for ai  leged services and   advances  to   that  company.    'I'he claim   is   being vigorously defended. 'I'he Crows Nest Pass  Coal   Company  also asserted a claim  against the Montreal & Boston Copper  Company amounting to about $20,000  for coke alleged  to have been furnished to that company   about   two  years  ago.    In addition, there heve been asserted   against   that   company   claims  amounting to about   $7,000  for legal  services alleged to have been performed by Canadian   and   New York lawyers, and other claims aggregating over  a thousand dollars.    A Canadian firm  of lawyers also demands $3,068 70 for  alleged   services   to  the Consolidated  Company.  The assertion of these claims came  as a surprise to the  present   management.    Careful  investigations regarding  them    were   a:   once   instituted.  While claims against the   Montreal  &  Boston Copper Company are  not   liabilities of your company, it is claimed,  they  are  so   far  as valid enforceable  against the smelting property, and may  have to be taken care of in some way.  Your company appointed  Mr. Samuel Newhouse as general   manager   ot  the mining operations of the company  and employed  Mr. M. M. Johnsun as  consulting engineer.      The work of developing the mining properties   of  the  company has been actively  taken   up.  The smelter of the Montreal & Boston  Copper   Company   nut    having   been)  properly cared for was found   to be in  an  unsatisfactory   condition,   and   required extensive repaiis.      It   is   not  properly located or equipped   to   treat  the  ores   economically   lor   any great  length of time.  Preparations have been  made, however, to start it.    About 50  men are now employed   at   the mines  and smelter, and when the  smelter  is  in operatic n about  200   men   will   be  employed.  It is the intention of the management, acting under the advice of the  general manager and consulting engineer, to ascertain as nearly as possible the character and volume of the  ores in the various mines, and thereupon to determine the most expedient  methods of handling and treating the  ores. In order to obtain accurate and  reliable conclusions in icgard to these  matters it seems necessary to operpte  the smelter for some period at least.  The smelter has been put in repair,  and it is expected that it will be blown  in by the first of December, and will  be capable of treating from ftoo, to 700  tons of ore per daV.  ('"roiyi time lo time the stockholders  will be furnished with reports as to the  operations ol   the   company, and   the  condition of its properties,  By order of the directors.  Warner Miller, President.  The Last Chance is now being  worked with a somewhat smaller force  of men.  Some 1,500 tons of Granby ore are  frequently hauled,- in one train by the  Great Northern rail way.  Greenwood people ,are not a little  pleased at the great enlargement announced last week for the smelter of  the B. C. Copper Co  '  An important find of ore is reported  from the Gloucester claim in Franklin  camp, by the Newby Bros., the owners.  If you are in any way interested, in  mining in the Boundary', do riot fail  to secure a copy of the Holiday Number of the Pioneer, which will ;be on  sale; Christmas week; -..'.-:.  The Molson Independent states  that C- B Bash and Mr. Hamilton; of  Greenwood, closed a.deal recently, for  the bonding of. claims near there for  the B. C. Copper Co. '���'" j  The usual quota of excellent ore is  being sent out from the Skylark regularly. The last first class car gave  $120 per ton, and the second class car  gave $55 per'ton.    ���       .;    '     >  The new spur for the Granby Co.'s  Gold Drop shipping will be located on  the C.P.R. near the Snowshoe spur,'  the surface tramway running across  part of the Snowshoe claim.  About 25 tons of. Napoleon ore are  being shipped to the-. B.'C. Copper  Co.Vsmelter daily from tbe mine, near  Marcus, the company having a bond'  on the property, Il is thought that1  machinery will likely be installed at  the Napoleon in the spring.  Two electric hoists for high grade  mines arrived in Phoenix last week  from the Denver Engineering Works.  They are now being installed. at the  Preston and Elkhorn mines by E. G.  Warren, of Greenwood, agent for the  makers.  MILLION TONS  FOR YEAR 1905  Boundary's Output May Exceed It.'  .November     Tonnage  Over 85,000.  Was  COMING AND GOING  "Early this year  it^ was anticipated  confidently   that  the Boundary mines  in   1905   would   pass lhe million ton  mark   in   ore  output,   but. when   the  Brooklyn group closed in May, on. account of the trouble of the Montreal &  Boston Consolidated,  the certainty of  this was less bright.    Since the Brooklyn group, however,   started   shipping  in November,   being   worked   by  the  Dominion   Copper Co., Ltd.- and the  Granby  Co',   is outputting now from  65,000 to 75,000 tons ol ore monthly,  the     1905     output    may   pass  .one  million tons fdrthe calendar year 1905,  if ho unforeseen contingencies occur in ���  the next two weeks, the total now being  over 880,000 tons,  and running  over  3,000 tons daily.  November's output from Boundary  mines was not quite as large as that  for October, there being a difference,  however, of less than 3,000 tons; Following are the figures in detail for November, as reported to the Pioneer :;  Mine . _,    ,'���.'..   . . ".    Tons  Granby Mines.   Mother'Lode.. ...... ....  Brobklyn-Stemwinder ....  Rawhide. ......... '.'".'. .  Sunset   Emma   pro -Denbro   Providence.. . . .... .-. . .  Last Chance   Skylark   Crescent::.'/:..'.'...'.  67,246  "14^524  " 2,830  95��  ���360  .-    380  3��  *'���' 100  , ���   45  .    65  30  November  total  85>"54o  ; Joseph L. Martin'iind wife took; a  trip to .the Curlew section last Sunday.  -fcMrs. W. B."Wilicox lirai daughter  Elizabeth returned last nighf from a  visit in Spokane.  Superintendent A": B:W. Hodges, of  the'Granby Company, spent a 'day or  two invSpokane this week. ';  James Marshall,": proprietor of'- the  Hotel Brooklyn, went up to Halcyon  Hot Springs Wednesday, for a few-  days.  E.:R. Birrn'e, brother, of L. Y.;Birr  nie, arrived from Winnipeg yesterday,  where he represents the Yale-Columbia  Lumber Company for the northwest.  E. Jacobs, formerly a resident of  the Boundary, and now editor of the  B. C. Mining Record, Victoria, one of  the most accurate writers on mining  matters in the province, has been in  the Boundary this week gathering data  for his annual review of the mining  conditions of British Columbia, which  he prepares each year for the Nelson  Drily News.  Provincial Constable Isaac A. Dins-  more, of Grand Forks, spent three  days in the city this week, making a  thorough clean-up of revenue taxes,  more popularly, or rather,  known as poll taxes. Of couise he  was warmly welcomed wherever he appeared. In one or two cases refractory contributors faced the police judge  before they came forward with the  necessary coin.  I        OPENINd BALL ON JANUARY I2tb.  ���������"���. ''���    ���   ������ ��� ���      ���:.'..'  Miners' Union to Use tbe New Hall for First  ]rY;^;:-.:-;:;;.._3fjnev;;.. ' '' ������ ';  -'>;PrroenK��'-Miners*'UhibriNS1. 8''an-  hounce that the opening ball' in the  n^w hall and opera house, will :be held  on Friday,evening, -January Mthi-an.d  elaborate .preparations arejbeing made  for the event. There- Will' be 'a full  orchestra and jl ' hot" luncheon, and  there can be no doubt but that the  occasion will be the most important.of  the winter. ��� Two thousand tickets  have been prepared, the price of w.hieh  is $2"each, the'UnioirTi'opihg to raise  a goodly amount in this way, to assist  materially in taking cafe of' the debt  on the new building.   '  While the building is not completed  yet, .the dancing hall 'will be put in  shape tor use, and every accomnioda-  tion will be aoffrded ihe guests of the  evening. The force of men under  Dan Mclntominey is steadily making  progress with the interior of the structure, and this week the high' cornices,  were put in place.  School Report for November.  Total daily attendance, 1,407;   total  actual   attendance,   1,384_'���<.���;   average  daily attendance.   67:    average actual  ���' uiipopufaVly I attendance, 65.92.    Number of pupils  attending, 82.  Latest Prices  Nkw York���Copr.er.  in Metals.  iectrolytie, $IS.-  25<��$1S.75; lake. *I8.2.r><a! $18.7'  B:tr silver, tio>.j  l.ca.1. J6.35 at J5.S5.  i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-*'���������������  V UKCKMHEK    |6,   '05 A  f BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. X  iv-  I'hc following tabic Kivcs the ore shipments of  lloumkirt' nunc*,   lot   ig<��o,   lot   0,01 iu  for  1903 for 1904, ami 1905. as reported 10 the Phueniz Pioneer ���  1901  JJI.76J  ��.7JI  650  Mink. Cami*.        1900  Granby Mines I'hoeilii   64,553  Snowshoe Phoenix        297  I)   C Copper Co.  A     Mother I.otle Deadwood  v Dotuiie Belle Deadwood  A Dominion Copper Co.  X     Brooklyu-Stemwimler Phoenix      ��� Kawhide Phoenix      A     Sunset Dendwood     Soj  a     Mountain Rose S.immit      ��� Atllctstan-Jackpot W'cllniKton      1.500 550  A     Morrison Deadwood      A B. C. Mine Summit   19,494     47.405  tR. Bell Summit      Kmma Summit  Oro Deuoro Summit.  Senator Summit  Brey Hogte Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crowu Wellington  Y KingSolomoti \V. Copper  ��� No. 7 Mine Central  ��� City of Paris White's  A Jewel Long Lake  A Cnriui West Fork      &\ Providence Providence      A Ktkhorn  Providence      <k Strathmol,e Providence      A Skylark Skylark    ,.  X Last Chance skylark    ,   T K. P. V. Mine Skyllil k   J Bay ���..Skylark      T Mavis Skylark      ��� Hon Pedro.,... Skylark      V Crescent Skylaik       A Helen   Greenwood ,.  "   Ruby Houmiiiry Hulls    ,.. So  Republic Boundary Kails    ,.   Miscellaneous ,       3.J��'��       3.45��  190;  J"9,35!l  20,S00  '9".l  39J.;'S  "l,"��  1904  5.l9.7oi  5-340     99.034    141.326    138.079    >74.29S    i"9..r:j  1.070  2,250  1,040  S75  665  2,000  0^0  7.455  15.731  .�����'. .I-'O  J ".'0  3.250  1.759  5.040  3 339  I9.3"5  '5��  I4,Sll  56o  8.530  ".937  '5.537  303  37.S<��  3.450  364  33  7S5  625  2.435  4S2  8yo  219  993  4uO  7j6  3-5  5'  300  'U7  y'-'ii  ' .53'  n uli  2.|i  '.-'95  60.  4,747  Total, tans.     96,600   390,500  Smelter treatment���  Granby Co      62,387   230,828  H. C. Copper Co....        "7.011  Dominion   Coppei C"   325  ytS.^o  i''.'40  1 p.tou  500  690.419  ICJ.92I  '"-������913  >3^S70  tyO  00  SO  S.-VJ,  \'-\\  S��.o,:i.s:  2ic,4.14  3i'. 'U"  I  Total reduce I  ...    62,389    348,439    .|6i.,9.|'>    '-//.I'M     S.I7.K.1    !>,>S,.K,>     2-3 Sj7 I  WM  mi  a&9  ��$0  ���v ��,,.s*iAy  I/* "S  '.V: 'i'w'JI  mi  m  t  M  "*ir,  '#1  5 *Wk  i   ".' il  ~ St  2-i    ,  'A  Ml  * v  �� ^&*> I  *il  if  *��^>?��j��-0^����g> <> <��<�� ����<<H��<6>-�� ^��^<��^<8^y-y^^ ^^-<>^��j^fP"�� <^5>*i  B^r-imrBjrs  ���(��i*j>n W'fVti,  fJi*rSi��v.<l��.''��* MB  THE PHOENIX PIONBJHBL  ,,../  i*l  &3  W'JE  0  �����  It TaKes JLess Tea  to the cup when  is used, because of it's unusual purity and strength.  Results are better, too.  Most people prefer the RED LABEL.  The Phoenix Pioneer  AndlBoundary Mining Journal.  ISSUBD ON SATURDAY!) BY TUB  PJONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOENIX. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  ,. , _<.._.. I Buaiuess office No. 14.  Telephone! J MBn���jer.g re��|dence, No. 15.  Ifvou are not a subscriber to this paper, this  Is an invitation to you to become one.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  advrt sine.  only live organization of the kind in  the Boundary���succeeds in securing  distributing freight rates to that point.  It is an ambitious idea, and one that  the railways will hardly take kindly to,  as voluntary, reductions in freight rates  by railways are anything but common  ���to the contrary, in Tact. '.'Grand  Forks would like the rates, now applying to Rossland and Nelson. Here's  hoping that she may succeed.  A superstitious subscriber wrote to  the editor cf an exchange saying that  he found a spider in his paper, and  wants to know if il is a bad omen.  Nothing of the kind. The spider was  merely looking over the paper to see  who was not advertising, so that it  could spin its web across the store  door without dangei of molestation.  J1905  DEC.  I9��S  Sun. Hon.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fr..  Sit.  1  2  3  4  5  6  7 8  9  10  II  12  13 14 15  16  17  18  19 20 21 22  23  24  aS  26 27 28 29  30  3*  The editor of a neighboring exchange recently wrote a nice article  describing the belle of the Thanksgiving ball, and wound up his masterpiece  by saying that "her dainty feet were  encased in shoes that resembled fairy  boots," but the compositor had probably been out with the boys the night'  before, and the result of his blunders,  proved disastrous, because in the paper  it read: "her dirty feet were encased  in shoes that  resembled   ferry boats."  been recognized as the most comprehensive and reliable record ofthe year's  progress and developments in the mining districts of the province published  in this form.. It is the; intention of  The Daily News to maintain the high  standard of previous issues and, so tar  as possible, to improve and widen the  scope of the review.  ��� Every phase of the mining industry  is covered arid the story told is based  upon authorative statements issued to  The Daily News by the mine and  smelter managers of the province.  Every year since its first issue- the  demand for this annual mining review  has been in excess of supply owing to  the fact that hundreds of orders lor  from half a dozen to one hundred  copies have been leceived after the  forms have gone to press. This year  The Daily News hopes that all oiders  will be sent in before December 28.  The review is issued at 10 cents a copy  and cash should accompany all ordeis.  Hootenay  ineering  NESON, B. C.  Pounders and Machinists.  Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  I.  : Manufacturers foi'the Orawfokd liorBLE Rope Aerial Tbamway Systkm, Limited.  Mining and Mill Machinery, Ore Care, Buckets, Tanks, etc. Iron and Brass Castings. A large and complete stock  ot'Shafting, Supplies, Fittings, etc., always on hand. Pulleys, Flanges, etc., made to order on short notice. All  break-down and repair work rushed through without delay. Estimates for all classes of work furnished upon application!   Special attention given to mail ordeis. Scrap.Iron bought.by ..the carload..  ,.���;;K>.................  .-,:.,-,������    :~: -   .::  Office arid Works,  Foot of Park Street. ��� ...  B. C. TRAVIS, Manager, p-��-$�����_.c.  Dissolution of Partnership.  Notice is hereby given that the copartnership heretofore subsisting between  the undersigned, us livery stable keepers, under the.linn name"of Mclntyre&  McDonald, at: Phoenix; B. C. has been  this day dissolved by mutual consent:  The business will'', hereafter be carried  on by MnrdockMcIntyre, by whom all  debts of the old firm will be paid, and  to whom all- outstanding accounts due  the old firm are to be paid. '���   .  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, 6th December, 1905.  (Signed.) Alex McDonald.  .Witness: MukdockMcIntvrk. ;  Fkkd Bouchik. '.;  ���       NOTICE.  Notice is herebv t:iven that. 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the'Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Land'and Works  for a special license to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  hinds, on the West Fork of the North  Fork of the Kettle river, about 50 miles  from Grand Forks:���marked "A. C.  Fraser, S.E. Corner Post," running 80  chains west; thence SO chains north;  thence 80 chains ens*., and 80 chains to  place of commencement; containing 640  acres.  Dated Julv 17th, 1905.  A. C. FBASER,'  H. A. ALLES, Agent.  ! P. Burns & Co.  The Great Northern has been.bringing into Phoenix a railway postal car  on the passenger train for several days  this week, arid when it came in the  first time there were those who thought  we at last had'that long desired and  sought for mail service over that line.  But no; it was and is not so���not yet.  The baggage end of the car was being  used while the regular baggage car was  being repaired. It would- be a most  remarkable thing'if the' postoffice department was persuaded to "get any  such move on" as that, after being requested   so to do���even by telegraph.  However, Duncan Ross, M. P.,  gives assurance that he has endorsed  the proposition of - the residents of  Phoenix to give them mail service by  both railways���and has done it by telegraph. Let us hope it will be effective this time.  Never growl because a newspaper  fails to give every scrap of news, sp  long as you take no pains to give the  editor information. We have seen  readers who were much put out at  times because we make no note of the  arrival or departure of a friend visiting them, or of a local affair, or of the  heaven-sent babies that visit their  homes over night. The average newspaper man. is not a mind-reader, but  gets most of. his news the same way  the dairyman gets his milk���by pumping. -     . . ��� .   Surely, the members of the fourth  estate in and about Nelson have acquired, the daily paper fevei with a vengeance. After a fitful and precarious  existence of some months, the daily  Tribuue's ghost refused to walk, and  the sheriff did a little business there  on his own account. At the sale Rev.  W. W. Baer is reported to have bought  the plant and to have announced that  he would shortly fill another long felt  want by launching a daily. Just where  he expects to get sufficient support  from to make it worth while does not  appear, but evidentally the reverend  gentlemen will have some fun out of  it, even if die fiddler must be paid.  ASK  YOUR DEALER  FOR  "Kurtz Own"  . "Kurtz Pioneer"  "Spanish Blossoms"  UNION MADE CIGARS  MANUFACTURED   BY  Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory,  148 Cordova St., W.,  VANCOUVER,. -   - B. C.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that, 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Land and Works  for a ipecial license to cut and carry  away timber from the followingdescribed  lands, on West Fork of t he North Fork of  the Kettle river, one mite south of A. C.  Fraser's claim :���Commencing at a post  planted on southeast comer, running 80  chains west; thence 80 chains south;  thence 80 chains east, and 80 chains to  place of commencement; containing 640  acres.  Located the 17th dav of Julv, 1905.  R. K. GILPINi  II. A. ALLES, Agent.  Livery  William Matheson, Prop, ,'f;"  1JIJ0- WfMV Carriages   and^ othe�� - rigs ^  Ullg HEW   HORSES ANI)rSA;PP^i^|'|MvERAl3|J  ~mmmmmm���"���"���������������"���hundred^ cdRiig-oF y^Jyvgop^Z  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date, j A share of the: public  %Y*\*z}  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37. ���'.''���     ��������>���     -..���  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST.,    PHOENIX, B. C, ,,  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK,  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  ��� Wholesale and Retail M fordid*, li  D.Ji MATHESON^  ... ./INSURANCE';AfeSNiy' ..������!��)���.;�����.'  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.    .'  fe'oniiulsBlouer for taking AmiUvitV.  Phoenix, L.  TUCK   COLLINS   .''r:SHA^INGP^LQ|^     '  ^'    and bathroowlT" "~:  Hotel Balmoral ,  Cor.Flr��t& Knob Hill Ave.- ���l'HOENIX,*Jj.\^:  KingEdward Lbd|��, No.36  A.������FV'ana A. M."  A.HII.tlKR,    ���������" OEO.i.DFY    >  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK LODGK nom  Meetii every Monday Evening at Hardy Hal;  Visiting bretberu cordially invited.  *���< * ?to'.l. -.'.      -   '-"'' 5 3!,    ���'�� ���  S i3r''.v."' ���< Th'opt Johnson, N. O.  ;  Oko. R. MrfAD, Rec. 8ec'y.  A.S.Williamson, 1'er. Via. Btey  U S! 0 H  PACIFIC  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland,' Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  t  l^*#��*i*P(^<^*(��N��^5f<iPf*^*tfWN^M��**��*N^N  An electric motor has been installed  in the Pioneer office, to assist in getting out the big   Holiday  Number  of  this paper, which   is  expected   to  be  ready   for  distribution   by . Christmas  time.   That issue, by the way, is growing in popularity.    The publisher   intended at first to print   3,000  copies,  but he already has orders  booked  for  fully that number, and in order hot to  have  any .one disappmhtedl'he ^will  make the number  4,500.     So do not  be bashful in sending in  your  orders,  gentle  readers,   whether  you   live in  Canada, the United States,   England,  Dawson, the Phillipines or  Norway���  (or we have readers in all those localities.    Regular subscribers, paid up���  mark the words,   "paid up"���will receive  a  copy  free.      If you wish to  know whether you are paid up or not,  just examine the label on your   paper;  that tells the story, giving month   and  year you are.paid tip to.    If you wish  an extra copy,   enclose   25   cents   for  each one so desired.     '  On top of this comes Dave Carley,  of the lively Nelson Economist, and  announces that he also will start a  daily paper in Nelson, but he is in no  hurry about it,'for he sets April and���  wisely skipping the day previous���as  the date for the first appearance of the  Daily Vidette. Dave will certainly  make it interesting for the other fellows, but his friends in the profession  had an idea that he knew better than  to tackle such a proposition.; Meanwhile, the Daily News pursues its onward, way,: and stands an-excellent  chance of being right on deck, no matter what happens  Review of Mining Industry.  The Nelson Daily News will issue  its customary special edition on December 31 devoted to a review of the  mining and kindred industries of the  Province during the past year.  The annual review has  in  the" past  pacific ay:  EXCURSION  RATES  . EAST  $79.50  Round  Trip.     Three   months' limit.  TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  And principal points  ONTARIO AND QUEBEC  Corresponding rates to all points in  MARITIME   PROVINCES,  NEW   YORK  and  NEW   ENGLAND.  On sale daily,  December 4th to 31st.  For detailed- information, fust class  or tourist sleeper reservations, apply to  local agents, or write to  Application to Transfer Liquor License.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the next meeting of the  board of License., Commissioners.of tlie  corporation of the city of Phoenix, B.C.,  for the transfer of the' license to sell  liquors at retail on the premises known  as the Central Hotel, corner of Second  street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix, B.C., now heldby me, to John Anderson and Gus Henrfckson.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 17th day  of Odober, 1905.  (Signed)  August Jackson.  WE CLOTHE  WORKWOMEN  FROM HEAD  TO FOOT...  ���    "BUCK  BRAND"  Working    Shirts    and   Overalls  (our own manufacture)  Splendid Socks and the most  comfortable Underwear    .    .    .  Our Smocks, too, are a little  stronger than anything you have  seen   heretofore   We also handle just as good  heavy Gloves   These lines are for sale retail  by all good dealers   Wholesale By  Wm. J. McMaster & Sons,  Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Pab&t*  EE R  ^OREGON  SHoqrLiNE  *md union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST   ViA.  Salt Lake and Denver.  -���   :       TwoXTrains Daily. ;   :  Steamship ticket* to Europe and olliei  foreign countries.'   ;\.    ���       -*'t  graves  Daily  , Spokane .Time Schedule.  . Effective Nov. 22 1903  Arrive  Dailv  After irying'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,  its sales exceed that of all others. The only  Beer, and ALWAYS PURE.  . 1  Jas. McCreatfi,  Boundary Agent      -       -       -i     Greenwood, B. C.  ���:7��    S ''  T.aja.m. FAST MAIL���Tu ami from:  Coeurd'AleiiediKtrict,Fariu-:  liigton Garfield Colfax Pull-  man, ���Moncow, ���Pomeroy,..  , - WaiUbuig, Daylo'ii, Wa II a  . ��� Walla, Peiidetbn,'Baker City :  and all polntH JJaat....'. ;s.oo  lyop.in.iSXI'RUSS-F.orFarmlilgtoiir  GHrfield.'Colfax,    Pullman-  '   Moscb��v',r.��wiston,Portland,  .    San Francisco, Baker City,  'andall poluta EAST.  HXPKUSS ���From  all uolnti  Kast, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland. Colfax, Rar-  field and Farmington...,..;....11.ina.m  ���KxccplSunday.   -���>'.���'���"   '.v.'-,:  SHORT LINE TOCA LI KOltN IA.  ��� San Francisco-Portland Route.  Steamer* tall from Alusworth docc, Portland  at 8 p. m. and from Spear Street wharf, Sanl'ran  Cisco, at 10 a. in. every five day��.~    :-   -   ;  For further information as to rates', time  Iraina. equipment, etc., address  GKO.'J. MOHI.HR,General Agent,  Ktverside Ave.. Spokane. Wa��h  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix  Leave Greenwood  ���  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S- MeCAGUE, Proprietor.  per mi  COPPER  The new edition of the COPPER HANDBOOK lists and describes 3 311' cop-  mines and copper mining companies, in all parts of the world, covering the  globe these descriptions ranging from two lines tol2pagenin length, according to  importance of the mines. The descriptions are not padded, but give facts in the  most condensed and get-at-able form.  There are also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the Historv, Uses.  Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, iMinerHlogy, Metallurgy, Finances  and Statistics of Copper, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  It Is the World's Standard Referenda Book on Copper  . ��rE.vey Miner, Prospector, Invfstor, Banker, and Broker needs the book. Price  is $6 ,in Buckram bindmg with gilt top, or $7.50 in full library inorroeco, and the  book ine.ther bindmg, will bejsent, fully prepaid; on approval, to any addreus in  the world, to be paid for if found satisfactory, or may returned within a weekof re-  ceiptand thecharge  cancelled.   Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block. Houghton   Mich., U. S, A.  Phoenix Shoe  ShbpEV  '.'-   .  ���"'..      '--���.' \ <*$������ a * ��"'���".*'   '���"  j    L  ' ; .;,.    Ain\VldrJ^Guafartt^ea.  ���    "      ���'-     r- --.i'���.-���--?���*��� 9, Tiri.jrv... �����  ~*f ,  , , .Imported Goods.  FINE BOOtS AND SHOES  MADE   TO  ORDER.:-. ......      -    ..        -,  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  A  MD HKOS  .... r. -PKCTORS^Si^OEs44'^Cf^llT%H  i-liop.on    IJoiiynioir^ytjii.iie..  Average Prices ot Copper.  ���New York���  Electrolytic. Lake.  Month. 1004    1905       11)04 - 11I05  January 12 410 15.05    12.553 15.J2S  February... 12.063 15.010 12,245 15.136  March...., .12.298.15:-2rj�� 12;250 15.045  April 12 922 14 918 13.120 ,15.010'  May 12,758 14 027 13 000 14.820  June ....      12.269 14.673 12.399 14.812  July 12 279 14,888 12 600 15.(105  August 12.342 16,79 ��� 12.468 15.73   '  September.. 12.494' 15 965,-12.620 15 978  October 12.994 16.38    13.117 10.44.'  November,. .14.283     14.455 '.: .'  December. .14.660     14,850 ........  Year 12.820     12.996 ....:;  WAN r-ED.- .ME.N AND-WoSl EN* WITH  comnJo'n-Bjhool ctfooaiinri-'tftat'iiro cir- d of  workirjz (6r small wuccs. to riunlify as salaried  ei writers or show-card writers throuth our  Instruction bVmail.- Prices low: terms rnsy: no  books, to buy.   Send for circular, ntntlnf: wliero  rou saw this ��d nnd,which position vou wutrt.  NTEHNATtONAL    CORRESPONDENCE    .SCHOOLS.  Scranton. Pa.  Think of it, readers all.    The postage bill on the Holiday Number of the  Pioneer will be  over $200, thanks to  a new ruling of   the  postoffice department of this great   and   glorious  Canada of ours.    But you   can   purchase  on the newsstand any old  paper from  any old place, and send it through the  mails at less cost   than this number of  the Pioneer.    That is encouragement  for home industries  with a vengeance,  is   it   not?     Surely,' the vagaries of a  postal department are something wonderful to behold, and no man knoweth  the cause thereof.  It would be a good thing for the entire Fiotindary country if the Grand  Forks Board of Trade���seuniiigly the  THE PHOE  And Boundorv|MB^iiig Journal  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold^pper camp In the'Doiriinion;' of ^Canada.  In five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined and'  smelted here, with a valuation of over #12,500,000. And the'industry is',  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary are  at   Phoeuixr-^uQt one or. five,,  miles distant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office.    Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the   Pio'neercau give ��� you the  best, latest and most reliable news of the mines and smelters of tlie Boundary'  The  Pioneer . is worth #10  payable to the ���  per  year���but  it costs  only '#2,   if the  coin  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  Pioneer PoMiishing: cio  &  ��*  1     ff*  ����� ��*���  *-l   �����      *N     W^<*W     fl**���^.    .  a|rr-i.-.^  : .ki^vUsWrjl-lk-r i mnskNNira  ^i. M-LrtiA:i-i.wi-*hirf5w*.^rf'jli'-'>i*-iS* **&&~>,vlw^z��^&^fi$M -jytv  toff  Royal Household Flour  Is Always Uniform  It is one thing to make flour pure, well  balanced and Strong, it is another thing to  have it uniformly so���to make flour that is  precisely the same in purity and nutriment  on Saturday as on Monday���in May as in  November.  Because the "Royai Household" mills  have the fines! testing equipment available  and unlimited resources for securing  perfect wheat, they can and do  produce���every ;working day in the  "year ��� flour . of precisely uniform  Strength, nutriment and purity.  :-;.^Ttat is why Royal Household Flour  <-..: makes always the very best bread and  ; paslry, year in and year cut. .  That is why Royal Household Flour  is the moSt reliable���the. mo�� successful flour  ���and being scientifically purif.ed by electricity it is the puresl���the best of all flours.  ;      The next flour you buy ask for "Royal  Household"���and try it for yourself.  Ogilvie's Royal Household Floor.  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  *]*** ������  ^���.���Vv''  -Xa--.-  Capital $3,000,000.00  Reserve $1,500,006 00  Forty-Seven Offices in Canada  The Most   Delightful Way To Gross The   Continent  '"'"' i'lirotigli Salt Lake City, iilenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  ''- Colorado Springe and Denver.  A Odgligfii Ride Through Nature's Art Gallery  c Yiissinjr Cattle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  .    Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  i_ Fast Trains Daily Bet, Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment andService Second to None  :     SKEK  NO  FUKTHER,  FOR BETTER CAN'T BEJTOUND-  For Detailetl Inforniation, aildress  W. C. MeBRIDE.GeneralAKe.it. 124Tl.ini Street. PORTLAND, ORbOON .  W8nB^*�����  ��) Gait Coal !'  (���:���: ���  ;!  *$?���.- ^delivered to any part of ,j  fo'      .-.   the city. |  Hay�� Gta,in9  Oats, Wheat, Fkkd.etc  Large stock. 9]  &        Good ^jy?��^L_-JfL  ^PAT ACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  .,    , TT.<i a oldiroiiHiJcs        Phoenix, B.C.  fA      Knob Hill Ave., A.i<iuto.. r"UCUA'  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  ���l,ich Rives Perfect Work in ..U-shorteHl  tilne with the KfcnleHt ease cf   Potion.  Write for Cntnloifi  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents. Phoen.x, B. C.  Christmas Excursions via C.P.R.  The Canadian Pacific Railway announces daily excursion lates, first  class with three months' limit; from all  Kootenay and Crow's Nest points, to  all points in Eastern Canadaii.The  rate from Phoenix to Tororitq and. all  points in Ontario except northi". of  Grayenhtirst and west of Pembroke;  Montreal and any points west in; the  province of Quebec, is $70.50; Quebec  is $4.50: St. John, N.B., $14.50; Hali-  fal, $17.50, higher than Montreal,  with corresponding, rates to other  points east of Montreal. For passen  gers taking advantage of Xmas sailings  to England, especially low rates will be  quoted to Atlantic .seaboard. ; Full  particulars, standard 'or tourist sleeper  reservations, can be. had on application to J. S. Carter, D.P.A., Nelson.-  DOUBIINOTBE  So  Reported  of? International  Goal  Co;  Found a Quiet Spot.  A man went into a store in a neighboring town and asked if he could rest  four or five hours, says a truthful exchange. The:proprietor, who had just  found a nest of new born mice in the  coffee grinder,' told hitrivhe could and  then asked him why hedidhot go to  an hotel. "1 am suffering from nervous prostration, and the doctor'said to  get a quiet place to rest and as I see  you don't advertise I knew I couldn't  find a quieter place." And with that  he settled back in his chair and watched the swallows build a nest in the  cheese case.  Daily Capacity of 2,000 Tons  '������������������of Goal. -'������  "Boy," said a haggard man to an  urchin on the highway, "the officers  are after me.,,." Can you show me to a  place where I can hide and be safe?  Where ho one will ever look   for me?"  "Dead sure," $. said the urchin.  "Hurry.over to that store. It never  advertises."  Latest Minlnt   Stock Quotation,  ASKED SID  AuiericauBoy  _          :J< I  BenHMr: _         jjf a  Black Tail  _ _         3 a  B.C. Copper  JS 00 $7 ��  Canadian Gold Fields...i.^.'.  45f 3  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-<iiv.)_... i}4  Center Star....._'...���.:.^.'.....;  j8J�� rj  Crow's Nest Pass Coal....:   Denoro Miucs  ���   Fairrietr ...  3 2  Fisher Maiden .....��.....'.���  3 a  f*iant  2 1  Granby Consolidated. ...jio 00      $900  International Coal��� _ _..._ 25 19  Jumbo  51 5��  Morning Glory  1  Mountain Lion-   4 2  Montreal & Boston   North Star, (E. K.)  2 1  Payne .  i% 3  Quilp-  5 4  Rambler-Cariboo     20 ia  San Poll.          Hi 2}f  Sullivan..            8 7  St. Eugene  41 40  Tom Thumb _          2 1  War Eagle Consolidated............... 13 12  Waterloo (Ass. Paid)         iX 1  White Bear....  ;          Hi 3  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  Y3ffe_ The most perfecty appointed bea th  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with com  pletesystem of Baths���including Turkis anj  Russian. Open the1 year round. The curative  properties of its waters are unequaled.   .  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervom and Mas-  cular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ailments.  For Eliminating all MetalllcPoisons from the  System  The grandeur of the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lalces.waterialls,  Mating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursirns  tennis. IU winter climate is nnsnmissed for  mildness. HhRRY McINTOSH,  Proprietor.  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  jf.jt.jk  PHOENIX, B G.  Spokane   Falls  &  Northern Ryv  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic.  Buffet ears run between Spokane and  ts'orthport.  EFKKCTIVK MARCH 5. 1905.  Leave. Arrive  8:15a.ra Phoenix 6505 p.m  9:45a. in Spokane :J4S p. m.  11:05a. m Rowland- 5:15 p.m.  7:30a. m Nelson 8.45 p. m.  11:30 a. in Grand Forks 4:30p.m.  7:0011. in Republic 6:30 p.m  io;oo a. m ������������.������������,. Ferry 5:30 p. m.  Save  Time all the time  Increase in the daily production from  800 tons to,. 1,000^tons is th^.cause of  the:rise; in Jhe rmarlcet prici^of?shares  of inl^rnatjq^i/?CoaIa&^CoJfe Co.,  Ltdiy Recording ^to O. Gi>i^beree, one  of the heavy shiwehpldersi ,^iFor the  past few weeks this stock has.been rising, and last week went from about 19  cents to 25" cents, at which price it is  now selling, says the Spokane Spokesman-Review. Steady bidding has  marked the trading. -  Speaking of the mine, at Coleman,  Alberta, Mr. Laberee said : "We are  now supplying the Canadian Pacific  railroad and smelters, and for the last  threeWeeks have been taking out 1000  tons of coal a day. We have a capa  city of 2000 tons a day. We have 100  coke ovens now and will put in 100  more in a short time. These ovens  have a capacity of 140 ions of coke  daily and are running at full capacity.  It requires one and three-fourths tons  of coal to make a ton of coke. The  coal which goes toward to the manufacture of this coke is included in the  total output of 1000 tons a day, previously mentioned. The coal there is  a soft bituminous variety. The finer  material is used foi making coke, and  the coarser is sold for fuel purposes.  "The company owns 10,000 acres  of coal land at Coleman, 50 miles east  of Fernie, B.C. Coleman itself is how  a town of about 1000 people, supported by the coal mines. I am not now  positive as to the force working there  now, but I believe that it is about 150  men.  Estlnate of 6l,M0,M0 Toot.  "Our engineers estimate that there  are 60,000,006 tons of coal in sight  above the level of the valley. This  amount will run us for 50 years. The  coal beds dip at an angle of about 45  degrees, and the mining of them is  purely a tunneling proposition. The  greatest depth we have now is 300 feet,  but by extending the tunnel we can  get a depth of 2000 feet. The coal beds  extend down below the valley, but we  are not paying any attention to the  beds below the valley at this time  The mines have been producing for  the past two years.  "Our output depends entirely on the  demand we have for the coal, and we  expect to have the demand materially  increased  in the next few years by orders for coke from the Butte smelters.  However, I believe the salvation of the  coal situation  of that country lies in  the development of the iron industries.  Discoveries of large iron deposits have  been   made  there  recently,   which  I  understand  contain   60 per cent.of a  good quality of iron.    If these deposits  are anything like they are claimed to  be, I see no reason why  there  should  not be large iron industries established  in there   in   the  next  few  years.    I  understand that an English syndicate  and Pittsburg iron people have  been  buying  large  holdings  there.   These  industries  would,   of course, create a  market for a large amount of coal."  mends Pe-rii-ma.  Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States.  Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States, is an orator born.' In  M article in The Outlook for July, 1899, by George Ken nan, who heard Quesada  ���peak at the Esteban Theater, Mantanzas, Cuba, he said: "I have'Been many  audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional  excitement; butl have rarely witnessed such a scene as at the close of Quesada'a  eulogy upon the dead patriot, Marti." In a letter to The Peruna MedJctne Company, written from Washington, D. C, Senor Quesada says:    i  :;     ,-;',.'      ���. v,  "Peruna I can recommend as a very good medicine. , It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it  is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal  complaint of catarrh.' '���GonzaloDe Quesada.  Congressman. J. EC. Bankhead, of Alabama, one of the most influential member* of the House of Representatives, in  ��� letter written from Washington, D. C,  gtveahia endorsement to tlie great catarrh remedy, Peruna, in the following  word*:  "Your Perona is one of the best  medicine* I ever tried, and no family  whottfd be without your remarkable  remedy. 'As a tonic and caturrh cure  I knew of nothing better."���J. ti.  Bankhtmd.  Llickie Boots  Defy The  Roughest Usage.  They are the staunch friend  of the logger, prospector and  miner, and the arch enemy of"  the custom shoemaker.  I.ECKIE BOOTS can be relied upon to stand the severest  strain that shoe-leather is ever  -put to. They never go back on  a prospector or miner when far  from the busy haunts of men.  How much LECKIE BOOTS  will save you, we cannot say; we  do know, however, that they will  wear 'wice as long as some boots  and a great deal longer than  most boots.  Ask for Leckie Boots your  dealer has them, or can secure  them tor you.  WHOLESALE BY  J. LKRir CO.. LTD.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificcie of Improvements.  There is bnt a single medicine which  is a radical specific for catarrh. It ia  Peruna, -which has stood a half century  test.and cured thousands of cases. ,'...���  If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory resuiis'from the use of Peruna,'  write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your case and he will  be pleased to give you hiB -valuable advice gratis. "-��� ��� " ������-.-''���" " ������������������<���'  ,' Address Dr. Hartman, President of Th*  Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. AH  correspondence strictly confidential.   :;  Hospital Donations  Lint of Donations received  since Jan.  1st, 1905,  to the Phoenix  General   Hospital : ������,���"���'  Cash Jio  R. Hoirell  Ca.*h J25....   J. B. Macaulay  Cash $s - ��� -������ '������' ���'��� A. P. Berry  Book Case..... ��� A. E. H. Clark  Bed Llneti.4 doi......... Hospital Ladies' Aid  Cash J50 _   _ E- T. Bank  Cash $to .*. Jas. McCreath  Cash $25. Cauadiau Rand Drill Co.  Spring Cot ��� :  A. B. Hood  Maple Syrup...���. ......._.....A Friend  Gentleman's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. B. Boy  Old Linen. _._  Mrs. I. Crawford  1 Box Books  Mrs. B. A. W. Hodges j  Cash J20 _..' A Grand Forks Friend |  Dominion Copper Co_ Full Set Boiler Tube* ���  Cord Wood .-.   F. Buciless I  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, B.C.  : B. TOMKINS, Manager.  I lie leai? Hotel of tlie Kootenaysf  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  ;.,.. NOTICE.  Rex," "J.A.T.." "Monte Cristo Fractional" and  "Toothpick Fractional" Mineral Claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  British Columbia. Where located: "J.A.T.'ln  Greenwood Camp and"Rex," "Monte Cristo  Fractional" and -'Toothpick Fractional" in  Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE  that I, J   L.   Martin. Free  Miner's Certificate No. 891,507, intend, sixty days  from the date .hereof, to apply to the Mining Record- r for Certificates of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.'   Ant further take notice that action, under section 37; must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day of November. 1905.  J. I.. MARTIN.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement!.  NOTICE.  "Dexter   Fractional,"   "Pilot  Fractional"   and  "Log Cabin Fractional" Mineral Claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District    Where located: In Greenwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, agent  for Thomas Roderick, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B35476; James Marshall. Free Miner's Certificate No. B91350; James McNulty, Free Miner's  Certificate No   B85475, and Daniel Bresnahan,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85S5S, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants ofthe  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate cf Improvements.  Dated this 2nd day of November, A.D. 1905.  I. H. HALLBTT.  LEROI SMELTER  MAY WORK AGAIN  A. J. McMillan Once More a  Director.  NEY AWAY  BV USING  To   Seattle,   Tacoma, Victoria.  Vancouver  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Buffet  Library Cars, Modern day Coaches, Dining Cars, .Meals 11 La Carto.  Best Meals on Wheels.  2 Fast Trains  Daily 2  ���** EAST AND WEST. "~  For rateB and folders and full information regardinc trips call on  or addreSB  any apent of the S. F. & N. Railway or  .S. G. Ykrkks. C. W. Maiionky,  Asst.G. P. A., C. P. &T. A.,  Seattle,       701 W. Riverside,  Wash. Spokane, Wn.  . M. M. Stephens, Agent.  Phoenix, B. C.  At the annual meeting of the shareholders of the. LeRoi Mining Company, held in London last week Friday, the question of amalgamation was  finally brought to a vote and a showing ��� of hands revealed thac those opposed, to it'were largely in the majority. ., ��� ��� ��� #t.:  By a large majority. A. J. McMillan  was voted to the board in place of  George S. Waterlow, who sought reelection. Messrs. Drayton, Dunner-  dale and Wilson were also voted to the  board.  Sir Henry Tyler, the chairman, and  Rolphe Tyler demanded a poll by  proxies, which are to be sent in by  Friday, December 22, but it is not believed that the proxies will alter the  vote of the shareholders. About 500  shareholders were present.  Chairman Tyler opened the proceedings by advocating the advantages  of Trail as the best place for the smelting of the ores of the Le Roi. The  Trail smelter, he said, had cheap electric power and cheaper coke than  Northport. He said that diminished  ore reserves at the mine at Rossland  entailed heavy expenditure for development and if the amalgamation was  not sanctioned he saw a difficult future.  G. S. Waterlow, director, endorsed  everything that the chairman said.  The abandonment of the Northport  smelter, he said, had been undertaken  solely for economy.  A. J. McMillan, the former managing director and general manager of the  LeRoi, read letters in support of the  contention that he was dismissed as  director, not because his management  of the LeRoi was unsuccessful, but  because he opposed amalgamation.  He strongly denied that ores could be  treated more cheaply at Trail than at  Northport. Then he went into a  lengthy denunciation of what he termed an attempt to dismantle the North-  port smelter by ordering the removal  of poitions of the machinery to Trail.  THE SET J INC HEN���Her failures  have discouraged vta?iy a poultry raiser.  You can   make money  raising chicks in the right  way���lots  of  It.  So one doiibu that there is money in raising  chickens with a good Incubator and Brooder.  Users ot the Clmthnm Incubator and llrooder  have nil made money. If you sliil cliiu> to the  old idea that you can successfully run a poultry  business using the hen as a hatcher, we would  like to reason with you.  In tho first place, wo can provo to you that  your actual cash loss in eggs, which tho to liens  should lay duriup; the time jou keep .them  h.itoliiajr and brooding, will be onouch lo pay  for a Chatham Incubator and llrooder in live  or six hatches, to say nothing whatever of the  larger and tiutter results nltaine I by tiie use  of tho Chatham IneuKitor and Urocder.  If you allow- a hen to set, you lose at le;ist  eight weeks of laying (three weeks h.'itching  and tlvo weeks taking care of the chickens), or  say in the eight weens she would lay at least  three dozen eggs. Let tho Chatham Incubator  on tho hatching, while tho hen goes on laying  eggs.  Our No. 3 Incubator will hatch an many egg-  as twenty setting liens, nnd do it better. Now.  here is a question in arithmetic:���  If you keep 20 hens from laying  for K weeks, how much cash do  you lo-e If each hen would hare  laid 3 dozen eggs, and eggs arc  worth lo cents ner dozen I     .Ans.���SU.W.  Therefore, when tho Chatham Incubator is  hatching the number of eggs Hint twenty hens  would hatch, it is really earning In c.i��h im- you  $U.ln>. besides producing for yoiir proMt chirks  by the wholesale, and being rc.uly lo do  the  same thing over again tl.e moment each hatch  In otr.  Don't you think, therefore, that It pays lo  keep lhe hens laying nnd let the Chatham  Incubator do the hatching/  Thero nro many other reasons why the  Chatham Incubator and llrooder outclas-c-i  tho selling hen.  The hen sets when t-ho is ready. Tlie Chatham Incubator is always ready. By phimiing  to take offa hatch at tl.o right time, you may  have plenty of hi oilers to sell when broilers  aro scarce and prices at tho top notch. If you  depend on tho hen, your chicks will grow to  broilers just wtion every other hen'n chicks are  being markotou, and when tho price is not so  stilf.  Tho hen is a careless mother, often leading her  chicks amongst wet grass, bushes, and in places  where rats can confiscate her young  Tho Chatham llrooder behaves itself, is a  perfect mother and very rarely loses a thick.  and Is not infested with lice.  Altogether, thero is absolutely no reasonable  reason for continuing the use of a hen as a  hatcher and   every   reason   why   ynu   should..  hav�� a Chatham.Incubator nnd llrooder.  Wo aro making a very special oiler, which  it will pay you to investigate.  Small Premises Sufficient  For Poultry Raising.  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has created a New Era  in Poultry Raising.  The setting Hen as a Hatcher  has been proven a Commercial  Failure.  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has always proved a  Money Maker.  A Light, Pleasant and Profitable Business for Women  Many women are to-day making an independent living and putting by money every  month raising poultry with a Chatham Incubator.  Any woman with a little leisure time at l.cr  disposal can, without any previous experience  or without a ctfnt of cash, begi.'i t'.ie pnultry  business u:id make money right i:o::i the start.  Perhaps you have a friend who -.:���> ih>'ng so.  If nut. we 0111 give you the r.aiiu-sof nu.iy who  started with i:i"Wi misgiving only lo be surprised by t !.e en-c uml rapidity with �� hic-h the  profits came to them.  Of course, success depends on gulling a  right start. You must bt_-i:i ritfht. You can  never make any consider..nlu money as a  poultry raiser with hens as hatchers. You  must have a good Incubator and Brooder, hut  this means iu the ordinary way an inve-tmeiit  which, perhaps ;on are not prepared to make  just now, .-..vi 'his is just where our special  oiler comes iH.  if you are in earnest, we will set you up in  the poultry business without a cent of c ish  down. If wo were not sure that the I'h.ilh.im  Incubator and Brooder is the best ;.n-l thai  with it and a reasonable amount of cli'm-t mi  your part you are sure to make money, we  would not make the special oiler below.  2���120 Eggs  S��� 2<0 Eggs  THE CHA THAMINCUBA TOR-IU  success has encouraged many to make  more moncv than thev ever thought  possible out of chicks.  Every Farmer Should  Raise Poultry  WE WILL SHIP NOW  TO YOUR STATION  FREIGHT PREPAID  LOI,  You Pay us no Cash  Till After 1908 Harvest  Almost everv farmer "keeps hens, ' bct.whils  lie knows that there is a certain aim ���nut n'protlt  in the business, even when letting .: lake care  of itself, few farmers are aware oi h v.v much  they are losing everv year by not irelting into  the poultry business in such a way as to make  real money out of it.  The setting hen as a hatcher will never be a  commercial success Her business is to lay  eggs and she should be kept at it. The only  way "> n*1*0 chicks for prolit is to lic^-ni rig.it.  br installing 11 Chatham Inetibaloi ai.u ll:-oodur.  \Vith such a machine you can b.:y,n hatching  on n large scale at any time.  You can only ire u.-.r crop oil your Melds In  a vear. but with a Chail^m tiii-ulmlnr and  Brooder ami ordiuarv altciil. ���>. you can raise  chickens from early Spring ui til Winter and  have a .crop everv mouth.    Think of it I  (^iiito a i'-.'.v farmers have di-'overed that  there isiuonev in the poultry bit-iiii'ssiinilhavo  f d this branch of farming so pmlltable thai  they have installed -cvcral Cliaiiuim IiiuuIhv-  torsandlJiooders alter trying ll..- lit -I.  IVi-liaps you think that  ii   n-..'i:re�� a great  de tint time or a great deal of t. ��� '.ni.'.il knowledge to raise chickens ��iih a ( '...ill,am Incu-  i   halor and Uroo.lc:-.    If s.��. ymi are greatly mistaken.    Your win  il m-htci- un i-.tlcr.d to  the machine and j,i..k title! lhe cli'i-kcns without interfering with their regular h.uisch.ild  dutie*.    '  Tlie'uiarkcl   Is always good and  |-:..-es aro  never low.    The demand i ��� a! v,:- - in c.v c--. i��f  the supply and at ��� ertain tiii'o ������;' '.he year yon  can practically get unv pi ii�� . "';' arc tua-k Mr  good broilers.    Willi a'<'.'.a! ham I ncuh.it or a ia I  Brooder vou can start  Imlchiug at  the right  time  lo bring   the   chickens    to _ maiketahlo  broilers when the --upp!v  c. ve:y low and the  prices accordingly high.   This jou could never  do with hcus ns hatchers.  /.MVa know that there h money in. tho poultry  ?l>Ui)iticss for everv fnru'.cr.wbo will go about it  ���-Hirht.    Alt you have to do is ifrrro'. a Chatham  Incubator and lirim ier and Marl it.     Hut per-  . liaps vnu aie nut prepared jn--t  now to spend  "'tho money.   This is why we make t.ie special  IS THIS FAIR ?  ising chlekons.  Incubator  and  Wo know there is money in raisin  Wo   know    the   Chatham  Iho'.dcr has no equal.  We know that with any reasonable effort on  your part, you cannot but make money out of  the dial ham Incubator ami Brooder,  We know that we made a similar offer last  vear and that iu every case the payments were  met cheerfully and promptly, and thai in many  cases money was accompanied by letters expressing satisfaction.  Therefore, we h.tve nn hesitation in making  this proposition to overv honest, earnest man  or woman who may wisli to add to their yearly    ������  " ���' (1  Of course, if you havo lots of room, so much ������Ccnllcmen.    Your No.   1   Incubator  is  nil  tho better, but many a man and woman aro right.    1   am perfectly s.uislled with it.    Will  carrying on a successful and profitable poultry ,r,.t a larger one from you next year.   H. M.  tmsiliesu in a small i iiy or town lot.    Anyone Lockwooo. Lindsay, Out."  with a fair sized stable or shed and a small ������Ucnllcmen,- I   think   Imili   Incubator and  yard can raise poutlry profitably. Jh-uu.lc. is all right.    I got  T.'i ner cent, nut of  Hut to make   money <|uic,;ly. you must gel ,, r .   |,alchen.   It,*. Ki.kmix.:. I'latl-sville. Out."  away from the old Idea of trying lodn buslnc.-s 'n"-"'                                                          .  with sotting hens an hatchers.    You must got a Cimtlcmeii.-I had never seen an    n.-ubator  Chatham Incubator and llrooder. until I received yours.    I was please 1 and mii-.  To enable everybody to get.1i fair start in I ho prised to gel over 8 per cent., and I he c ilcLens  right way In the poultry business, wo make are all   strong  and   healthy.     A child   .���on d  a very   special offer   which It is worth your operate machine successfully.  .Ias. 1U\. ltatli-  wlillo to investigate. well. -Man.  Wo can supply you .iiilokly from our distributing warehouses at Calgary, Unindon, Uogitia, Winnipeg, New Westminster. B.(  Halifax, Chatham.    Factories; at CHATHAM, <i.\r..  and  Hktiuht. Mich.  No.225, CHATHAM, CANADA  profits with a small expenditure of time and  money. .  This really means that we will set you up in  the poultry business so that vou can mnko  moncv right from the start, without asking for  a single cent from 5-011 until after l!*��l harvest.  If we knew of a fairer otlcr, we would make It.  Write us a post card with your name and  address, and we will siMid you full nai ticuliirs. as  well as our beautifully illustrated Look. ������How-  to make money out of chicks." Write to-day  to Chatham.  Montreal.  512  The MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited, Dept.  I Let us quote you prices on-a good -Fanning Mill or good Farm Scale.  mm^s^^s^s^f^  MM  l��4ik  vm  lY��'jt  in  ��        *VlK?  �� **iv  if    W**'*  ��,-*Ti  I" ^A  I    r V  f       1 *���  f        &  ��t <Y  fa  Vxr  it   ���  W,'^^^^^^^^^Mf^^^^^^^^^M warn  -.'/ft4  ii  THE PHOENIX HOHSEft.  Mi! i  \  181  Loading Hotel of Boundary's leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Samplo Rooms,  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St..  PHOENIX, B. C.  j. a monaster  Proprietor.  ���o-oo  Dominion  Old Ironsides Ave, - -    - Phoenix, B, C.  This is the largest hotel in the city and  has been improved and refitted, being well  adapted for mining and travelling men.  Bar well stocked with choice goods.  Dining Room under personal charge of  the proprietor,  Telephone No. 77        Mrs. P. L. KcKelvey, Prop.  o-ooo-ooooooo  In and Around Phoenix  Brief Topics of Local and General  Interest t�� FhoenicUns.  1  �������������<����������������*����������������*������ ��'�����������  -������������������  THE   ONLY   FI��ST-CLA��S    AND   UP-TOOATE  HOTEL   IN   PHOENIX  Brooklyn  NKW FROM   OEILAII   TO   ROOF  ��� 1ST MMPlf  ROOMS  IN THS  ���OUNDASr  OFPMlTt    <M(AT    NORTHtRH  STATION  SATHROOHS    IN    OONNtOTION  JAMES MARSHALL, Proprietor  jpboenty, ��.&  ������������>i����>i*��l����MMI M������M����*��*��������*������*MIMMMM������*****>��1  ������M����*M��������������lt>��  TIME TRIED.  D. J.  FIRE TESTED.  Matheson  PHOENIX, B  C.  Agent for the3-Strongest Fire  Insurance  Companies in  the  World,  Royal Insurance Co.  Norwich Union..  National of Ireland -  London & Lancashire  Western Assurance Co.  Uhion Assurauce.Co.. ,  Queen InsuranceCo.  Phoenix of^Hartfor'd. J  Respectfully   Solicits, a   Share   'of: Your   Business.  _WQf%1f��vJ'E  Lasting Xmas Gifts  *  When buying gifts for your friends at Christmas time quality should  be your  first consideration and price next  ��M M of fr��! Me and duarantee the  to be exactly as represented and the price as low if not  lower  elsewhere. We might mention a .'few articles from our  large assortment, such as  Rings, Solid Gold $r oo to $175  Brooches \- $2 =5 "$37 5��  Sterling Manicure <Sets, 3 -:  - , $2 00  than  $5 00  $6 50  $8 00  $16 50  Sterling Toilet Sets, 4 piece, extra heavy  Sterling Backed Combs   -  Cut Glass Cream and Sugar, in box -  Coffee Set, 3 pieces, and Tray -  piece, in case  Sterling, Manicure Sets, 5  piece, in case        --  Sterling Manicure  Sets, 7  piece, in leather case   -  Sterling Toilet Sets, 2 piece,  in case  Sterling Toilet Sets, 3 piece,  heavy -  - $35 00  75c to    $2 50  - $5 00  - $33 00  Tea Set, 4 pieces, and Tray $26 50  Tea Set, 4 pieces, without Ti ay $*7 5��  Berry Dishes $5 5��. $7 5�� and $12 00  Butter Dishes $3 00 to    $6 50  Bon Bou Dishes, Sterling and Silver plated     "-  $2 75 to    $5 00  And others too numerous to mention.  Eastern Catalogues on File, Price and Quality ComparisonsSohcited  Toys for the children, at Boyle's.  Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all repairs.  The finest Christmas Presents at  Boyle's.  Alex McDonald was a visitor to  Grand Forks Wednesday.  Buy your Xmas Gifts from Boyle  and please your friends.  Largest and best stock of Cut Glass  in the Boundary.���Dey the Jewoler  Born, to the wife of Angus McDonald, Old Ironsides avenue, December  9, a son;  For prescriptions put up a 5 the doc-  j tor orders, take them to the Thomas  J Drug Co.  New and second hand goods bought  and sold by R. J. Gardner, successor  to F. W. Hart.  Tomorrow afternoon Rev. 7. Leech-  Porter, of Greenwood, will hold services in the Church of England at 3  o clock  Fred Clark, general agent of the  Great Northern Express Co. at Spokane, was hce on a periodical visit  yesterday.  , J. F. Royer has taken off his stage  running between Phoenix and Greenwood, and connects with the Great  Northern at Ferry instead.  Take advantage of the opportunity  and have, the best in photography.  See Trueman, the Vancouver photographer, at Greenwood until December  r8th.  The Pioneer wants clean whjte cot  ten rags, and will pay a /good price for  them.    Don't be backward about com  ing forward with them to the Pioneer  office.- ,    .'���    .'    ..  Grant McAlpme, for several months  employed by J. A. McMaster at the  Hotel Balmoral here, was married, at  Edmonton, on November 23, to Miss  Ruby Hook.  The Western Federation of Miners  is discussing a plan to raise a million  dollars to embark in the mining ~ business on a co-operative basis, each  member contributing ten dollars.,  Last Sunday the new schedule on  the Great Northern went into effect,  Ferry, near Midway, now having a  passenger train also.' The passenger  train now leaves here at 8:15 a. m.  arriving on the return trip at 6:05 p.m  Next Thursday evening the annual  Christmas tree and entertainment will  be given at St. Andrew's . Presbyterian  church, beginning at 8 o'clock, mine  timei The children will also render a  programme.  ( King'Edward Lodge No. 36, .A. F.  & A.. M., will give an at home on St.  John's day, Wednesday, December 27!  when officers for the next year will be  installed.' Visiting brethren and their  wives are cordially invited.  .' For Sale ��� 300 fine Plymouth  Rock and Brown . Leghorn pullets.  Winter layers. Best bunch of poultry  ever offered for sale in the Boundary.  Also fine stock ranch and improvements, on easy terms. Stooke Bros.,  Midway, B. C.      ...^ -'.  George E. Hawkins,'formerly driver  for,P. Burns St'Co. in Phoenix, died  at his home 4t Columbia City, near  Seattle, last Saturday, within 24 hours  of his arrival there. 1 he cause was  hemorrhage. By request of the Carpenters' Union here, that organization's branch in Seattle took charge of  the funeral. Hawkins had lived in  Phoenix for several years with his  family, and his sudden death was a  shock to many friends.  Bovril on the  Dinner Table  Any. meal is the  better for the use of  a little BOVRIL. It  adds so much to the  flavor and nutriment of  so many dishes that it should be in every kitchen.  The mere odor of BOVRIL creates appetite, and it  contains the nourishing element of prime beef that  strengthens and builds up the system.  Here is a BOVRIL-helped dinner dish :  JCt.   J\  lls/iWV^  FIRST ST., PHOENIX; B. C  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK.  DWIftadT~No. 92.  Notice is hereby given that a dividend  of four per cent, for lhe current half year  has been declared upon the paid-up capital stock of this'bank, and that the  same will be payable at the head office  and branches on and after Tuesday, 2nd  day of January next.  The transfer books will be closed from  the 15th to the 30th of December, both  days inclusive.  ' By order of the "board.  JAMES MACKINNON,  General Manager.  Sherbrooke, Sth'Dec, 1905.  BEKF STICAK A LA  ChAIlK.���Cut n Ktoak  of nn Inch in thit-knotig,  and cook In a little tinttcr,  allowing aboiil ion min-  uttM, or more If II It oil well  do i ���. l'*or iiiiounri (if meat  huit. iirilloffrnod jhm tnntt  Bovill -took mixed In the  Ea-i, lifter I lie butter l'Uh  ejn poured oil; pour  round tlio niouliiudborve  with lioi bO-rudiuli.  Bovril i�� prepared only by  BuVMIL LIMITED. LONDON, EM)., and MONTREAL. CANADA  By ipecial appointment 2  Purveyors to His Majesty King Edward VII.  Sava Coupoa ova* sack ol Bottle aod del Baatitlhil Premium Plclura.  BOVRIL  Eight pounds of prime beef !��� concentrated in  four ounce* of BOVRIL.  See Bovle for Christmas gifts.  J. L. Martin will  buy International  Coal shares.  Presents for young and old. Boyle)  the druggist.  Ralph Smailes, of Greenwood, is off  on a trip to New York city. ���  The Best Christmas line in Phoenix.  Boyle, the druggisf.  Just received a large selection of  fine Cut Glass.���Dey the Jeweler.  The best is the cheapest���especially  in drugs of all kinds. See the Thomas  Drug Co.  Engravings make good hojiday  presents. See the stock at Clark &  Binns.'  Prescriptions quickly and carefully  compounded from freshest drugs by  Thomas Drug Co. -  Noble Binns came over from Trail  this week,' to spend a few days looking  after his interescs here.  Mrs. V. G. Younghusband, of Leth-  bridge, is visiting her father and  mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Fraser.  Wedding invitations and announce  ments promptly executed in the latest  styles in tho Pioneer Job Department  For an 'acceptable Christmas present, see the beautiful engravings and  other pictures at Clark & Binns'���  framed or unframed.  lft��rot��> at Miner.' Ualaa Hall.  Three years ago Professor Parkes  gave a- bioscope entertainment at  Miners'Union hall that packed the  roomj'aud it..was most thoroughly enjoyed. ' Professor Parkes'wil!"appear  here again <at the same place next  Monday evening. ��� He was official  photographer, at the Lewis & Clark  exposition, and has some remarkable  photographs of the Iggorotes or head  hunters from the Phillipines, among  his collection. The editor of the Pioneer can say that if the reproductions  are anything - like the originals which  he saw in Portland, they are well  worth seeing. Graphic description of  all views by' Colonel Ward.'  There is no doubt but that the show  is away and" above anything of- the  nature that has been here in many a  day.  *  SEE   THE  IGORROTES  Tbe Human dead Hunters of the  illipines  SEC THEM IN THEIR WAR DANCE  mm DKEitn it  Graphic Description of all Views by  Col. Ward.  You will get Fun and Value for  your Money.  Come Early and Choose  your  Seat.  Admission  i;oc.    Children 25c.  Tickets   on   Sale   at   Tom   Brown's.  V**^-*^-^-****-*********'*'** {  \\  PIPES!  The finest Assortment of  Pipes "and Smokers' Sundries in  the Boundary Country, for Holiday Presents, to be found at  AI. MMSTROM'S,  ' Domlnloa Ave.  CALL AND SEE I  J  li  Rubber  Footwear  There are many kinds of  Rubber -Footwear, but- years of  experience have taught us that  brands recognized as good under other climatic conditions  may prove unsatisfactory for this  province. After testing many  lines, we have selected  Maple Leaf  Rubbers  as the best for dealers to buy or  individuals to wear.  You may profit by our experience by insisting on your dealer  giving you Rubbers with the  Maple Leaf brand.  J. Leckie Co., Ld.  VANCOUVER. B. C. !  Sellloj Areata to tbe Trade. ]  t  The  Billiard  Royal  Parlors  #  I  HOLIDAY CONFECTIONERY.  We have the choicest lot  of WEBB'S FINE CHOCOLATES ever brought to  Phoenix.  It is put up in dainty boxes  "��� and packages, especially for  the Holiday Trade.  TAKE   A   BOX   HO.ME  WITH   YOU.  PIPES, CIGARS  And Smokers' Aiticlc ari;  also most acceptable presents  for men. See our Stock,  which is large and select.  R. ft KARATOFSKY  Knob  Hill Ave. Pho.nl>. B. C.  SIMS  s  for tlie tlolidays  Renault's  1). C.  I..  X  50 Year Old  Brandy  20 Year Old Scotch.  Genuine Peach and Apricot Brandies.  Olorosa Sherry.  Robertson   Bros.  & Co.  Port   Wines.  "Old  Valley "and  "Mount Vernon"  American  Whiskies.  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  Impoktkks,  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mines I ought and sold.-  G. W. Rumberger  Information   about    Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  ���s*.   ** Phoenix, B.C.  Dominion  Telephone  Ell  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. ChishoJm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.   .Choice stock of Irrigating   goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy  and  well   furnished rooms.  ...   Plwepix. B  C.  Domlnloa Aveoae  2$^sr:  -���-���-���-  ���-*-��� ��� ��� ��� ��� 9  drink:  Phoenix Beer  Made (torn the BESTMALT and 'PUREST,  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for  qual  ity.    Ask for PHOENIX  BEER   and   insist  on having it        ..������.' '".���"',-'.'  PHOENIX BREWERY,  I  BINER AND  Standard Avu. and Banner St.  SONS; Prop.  ��� :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� a a  Q  m  9  9  j  0  9  0  ���  0  9  Holldar Railway Rates.  For the Christmas holidays the  Canadian Pacific railway will issue  tickets to and from all stations, Port  Arthur to Vancouver, including branch  lines (and Kootenay steamer lines) at  rate fare and one-third return. These  excursion tickets will be on sale December 22, 23, 24, 25 and December  29, 30, 31, January 1, good for return  till January 3, 1906. For rates, etc.,  apply to.any C.P.R. agent or write J.  S. Carter, G. P. A., Nelson, B. C.  Tbe very Latest and Beat Creations ol tbe Wer'd ta'ay, you will dad assembled fa oar store.  We Know the Best, and SeH the Best.   Every Day a Bargain Day.  George Evans  Painter and  House   Decorator.  PHOENIX, B. C,  Sign Writing on short notice.       :       Estimates promptly furnished,  0:"..'._/;���_.. I The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of satisfied  customers.    If you don't   oelieve   it come  ��� ., and examine goods. :  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shifts, Shoes, Ties,eto,  iust nrrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  .     and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  H'HNIK Kt OCK  KNOB HIM. AVE.. I'HOENIX.  A successful business is established on three tlitu^o, TRICK, QUALITY and SERVICE.  We bought onr stock���import���March last, for- our store in large quantities and at rock bottom prices.   ���  Our PRICES are fully as low as the same Roods can be bought for in the east. You may match the  prices but you can't match tbe jrootie lit the prices.  Our QUALITY we guarantee to be absolutely dependable, and always consistent with our prices.  Our SERVICE is the beat that human effort is able to devise. We are as anxious to suit you as you are  to be suited.   We want to satisfy, and <lo satisfy. ���  Everything in sight, and every article marked in plain figures���one price and an honest deal to all.  New 1905 goods from i-tart to finish. Proereasive people den and the latest. We have none other to offer.  ������#���.#  ook is to Buy, so Don't Loefc if Yo�� Don't  to  Lookers  Welcome.  McRae Bros. & Smith  ); Church Services Tomorrow 4  9 1!  Mettiodis't-^Class meeting at 11 a.  m., Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. even  ing service 7;3'o'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  7130 p. m. -$unday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. A cordial welcome  to all.   Rev.  Samuel  Luridie, 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 p.m. by ���/  Rev J. Leech-Porter of Green wood.      r  Forfeit'of $100.  I .hereby offer to pay $100 to any  person or persons, who can find any  drugs er impurities of any kind in the  milk which I sell to the people of  Phoenix.       1   Signed.  G;. A.' MpWATX,  rJffl. atK.atC��� 0T��, ^...^X.^Z.^n  tw- ^g* ^g" sag" vc sc Ng ^c ^sr p**i  Wirt, Hunter Co., Ltd  ��  DOMINION AVENUE.  Men V Suits  s Hate  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If Yo�� Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit yeu will  find a choice selection iu our line of men's stylish clothing  for   winter.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  MenrS Shirts 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 Hat�� A large assortment, just in, of those new  fall blocks, in Klack and ftrowfij a|so a njee tange of  stiaw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoe? is complete, you slfotffd  see them before purchasing, Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all,  Boy SttitS A new iot of perfect fitting nor'folks and three  piece suits, stylish, :   ���  See our line of Ladies' v\aisls, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes,.Ladies'.Linen Underwear, Childi en's  Wash Dresses.       ��� 7  Girls' and Boys' waists./  Wm. Hunter Co. Limited.  %

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