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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 15, 1906

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 $  $  PIONEER   ANNUAL  Holiday    Number   for   1906;  0,000   COPIES  Fully Illustratfd Price 25 ceti/isi  ������I/.'  ANE> BOUNDARY   MINING JOURN  ORDER COPIES EARLY  ;'.'������i^^^-^r.FoT the.-..-,,,,.,,-:-,:-  Pioneer Annual for 1906.  1  BETTER T1IA.N EVER    ;  150 Illustrations. Price 25 cents.  ^-^CTOPU   g-  ss  Eighth Ykak.  :   PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA/SATURDAY,; DECEMBER  15, 1906.  No.   4  SAINT   NICHOLAS'  Advance Agents have been  very busy at the  Boundary Mining Notes  About 20 ineii   weie . .added  Snowshoe foice this week;  to   the  all this week, arranging aUa^gfcran&^w  beautiful as-well as useiul articlesi suitable fbr      .; rz  "-������''"���' ."���        ChriBtmas Giffcs: >��� - ^''��~ '"'���''-��� -       ��� .���-���,/ -  . ���''  ��� ������^��������*-.  For Her  For Him  In November the Dominion Copper,  Co.'s mines shipped 18,634' tons"of  ore.   :    '       ���������������������'  Monday last 'was. tbe. monthly payday in Phoenix, when about' '$70,600  was distributed in wages.  At the Gran by mines the number of  men;employfe'd; is now close to 500,  The largest in'the history   of  the prop-  .'.Coke is not coming in any too freely  at the Granby. smeltery "b"uf' Manager  Hodges rnariajjes to keeji^six furnaces,  ^jn ,blast most of the time, ��� :3j ar-,  j.-. As.llie.buiidingS'at the,Sunset.,mine  of the Pp.minj.on Copper Co. rest on  a good..body of ;ore, the company',is  .arrartging,to mo-ve the structures. ��� '''"  .'Grariby's .������ore- 's'hip'me'rlfs for the  ���montli of November we're 47*461 tons,  the smallest of-any.vmoruh,' this.;.year,  RICH ORE FINI)  Silk and Leather Belts  Fancy Neckwear     ., Silk TJmbrellas.  Silk and Linen Hdkfs.'������' _V��  Beautiful Furs Silk Waists  Silk Embroidered Novelties  Fancy Leather Hand Bags ,     Kid Gloves  Silk and Wool Lined Gloves  Nobby Slippers       Silk and Linen .Doylies./.  Crepe de Chene Scarfs  Japanese Cushion Tops Silk Skirts  Silk and Linen Table Covers  Fancy Hdkfs. Bozos       '.".''   Wool Golfers  Ties a la Mode .. ''-''  Silk   Suspenders  Umbrellas .  Fancy Shirts  Silk Mufflers  \I, House Slippers  .Silk and Wool Lined Glayes  Fancy Veste ��� -.-������������  Silk Hdkfs.  Cuff  Links    -  Suit Cases  , Skating Shoes and Skates  . .,.  On the tables of our Grocery Department will be found a beautiful display of China and Japanese goods which we have  imported Direct.  Come in and see otir stock, we are proud of it.  ^kiMi^m  qj ~ THE     Bi/G     iSTOFZE,  Christmas  Hardware Dept.  im-  can  Shipments   o��   Fancy   Gbma  ported  direct from Austria.   Gifts  be had from this stock that are useful  and inexpensive.  Sterling and Plated Ware.  A   larger   and   prettier   showing  than we had last year.  Cut Glass,  We have a few pieces left which  we wi'l make a special price; Case Carvers, Rogers 1847, Cutlery,   Skates, etc.  .   .  For Hie -..- ......  CHRISTMAS  Grocery  Dept  Almonds   .  Filberts  Walnuts  Chestnuts.  I'ea'ans  Popcorn  Almena Grapes  Malaga Grapes  Table Raisins  "    Figs  "    Dates  "    Candy  Lettuce  Cranberries  .Celery  ���Bananas  Oranges'  Apples, etc.  Be sure and give us a call  this week. We will be  glad to  see you.  orrittwotKp^  .Next Friday the court of revision! King Edward Lodge No. 36, A. F.  for the city voters' list for 1907 will be,and A. M.. has elected the following  held at the city hall at 2 o'clock in the [ officers for 1907 : M.,   J. J.   Strutze  afternoon.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  IN TfIE_COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT GRAND FORKS.  In   the   matter.of the Estate of Cole  Garbraut, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  S. YV., Thos. Roderick; J. \V., G. 1 >.  Turner; sec, Geo. E. Dey; treas., \V.  B. Willcox; tyler, Hugh Reed.  The subject of Sunday evening at  the Methodist church will be "The  Effective Socialism." In connection  with the prayer meeting held every  Thursday  at   7.30  p.m., a Bible class  27th day of  November,   1906, it was or-   wiu be formed   to whlch all are cordi  dereri by Judge Clement that A. C. Sut-  t n be administrator of all and singular  the estate of Cole Garbant, late of Phoenix,-B. C., deceased intestate.  .Every .person indebted to the said  eatate'w" .required to make payment  forthwith to the undersigned and every  person having in possession effects belonging to deceased is required to  notifv the undersigned forthwith.  Every creditor or other person having  am claim upon or interest in the distribution of said estate is required before  the 2nd day of January. 1907,to send by  registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his name and address and full  particulars of his.claim of interest and  a statement of his account, verified by  statutory declaration, and the nature of  the security (if any) held by him.  . After the said 2nd day of January,  1U07, the administrator will proeeed with  tlie distrihntion of the estate, having  regard to those claims only of which he  shall then i.ave notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, the 12th  dav of December, l'JOC.  A. C. Sutton,  "Official Administrator,  Grand Forks, B. C  IN  -   ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT GRAND FORKS.  ���In tbe matter of the Estate of  Charles  Hedberg, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  27th dav of November, i90G.it was ordered b'v Judge Clement that A. C Hut-  t.<n be adniinistni.toK.pf. all and singular  the estate of Charles :H'edberg,.late of  Itibenix, deceived, intestate.'  ��� Every person indebted to the said  estate ,';i's ." required to make payment  forthwith to the undersigned and every  :pel-son having in possession effects be-  ���longing to deceased is required to notify  the undersigned forthwith.  Every creditor or other person li'iving  jiny claim upon or interest in the distribution of said estate is required before  the 2nd day of January, 190?, to send by  registered ietter, addressed to the under-  ,si��ne<l, his name and addresB and full  ���particulars of his claim or interest, and  a statement of his acco-.int. verified by  statutory declaration, and the nature of  1 he sccmitv (if anv) held by him.  Aner the said 2nd day of January,  1!K)7. file administrator v\ ill proceed with  tne' dfsiiibiitii") of the estate, having  n gard to those claims only ot which he  ���.hull then have notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, the 12th  das of December, 190(i.  A. C. Suttok,  Official Administrator,  Grand Forks, B.C.  ally invited. _  At an enthusiastic curlers' meeting  held Wednesday evening, the following  skips were chosen arid elected : J. A.  Morrin, CX B. Smith, Ji., G. L. Mc-  Nicol, P. W. George, A. B,. Hood, C.  H. Reeves, Alex. Strachan and Geo.  E. Dey.  Last week Friday nightChas. Myers,  a cook, was held up and. robbed of  $1.50 on Aetna avenue. Chas. B.reehin  and J. Todd were arrested on the  charge, over $100 being found on  them. They were tried . by Police  Magistrate Williams, and Breehin was  given a year and Todd six months in  Nelson Jail, where they were taken by"  Chief Flood on Tuesday.  Latest Prices la Metals.  Nkw Yokk���Copper, electrolytic, $21.-  50@*22.00;  lake. $21.75 @ *22*60.  Bar Silver, 71?jJ  I .pad, $5.76 to $5.95.  month. .    . . .    . ;,.::.t.qj;_ .,     Jl:i>t   if  At the Mother Lode mine, CjC.the B.  C. Copper Co., 'the' force ���has' been  some 20'or 'moreV thari : before the  late'urtpleasahtnes's, 'reaching 'as' 'high  a'a:'22'6'ih,ien; ; c1 ������������������ ���    .j   .������  ..;..-  .jt is. said" ..that the   Providence Mining Co.,i�� considering the-'advisabLlity  of increasing the) capit��k��tock.;;and do  ing development-work .on, a   more ex-  tensive scale..     ;   _  For the year 1906, the month of  December-being estimated', Granby's  copper production "wilfbe 19,7'53,603  pounds.. Owing to;coke troubles, etc.,  this is about the s;��ne as.last year.   .������  By the end of this month the  Granby mines will-have produced and  the Granby smelter will have treated a  grand total of more than 3,000,000  tons of ore���all in six and a half  years.' -.'������:  ��� George A:"McLeod ancf 'associates','  of Grand Forks, have secured control  nt the Grant.' grou"{? of copper claims,  near Chesaw, Wash; at a price said to  be$4o;poo, and have started work on  development, '  In the first ten-months of 1906, the  Granby, B.;.C. Copper arid Dominion  Diamond Drill Locates Faulted  ������ *.:     -��� :���{���<:. Veio..        c  Values. Show'Upr  Ton.  $200   Per  This wt)tk a strike of nov._ li'.tle importance was macTe "in Hie Skylark  .mine, Skylark camp, through the borings made by the diamond drill'. I")ia  ;moiid drilling has been in progress for  same weeks in the Skylark, and the  nianageinenh,9T the company was very  well satisfied, with results of the explorations made"m this way. '"'Before lak  COMING AND GOING  ,.���    , ,     ,       in" out th'e drill, ho\vever/a hole-   was  due to difficulty, fa.semiring, spk* ]W{mtrLWdMkd   in the "old workings at  ���.she y;5-foot level, where it was evident  jhe.leacj, .had. faulted..' 'After ; boring  about 2,o feet the drill broke into a  fine body of high, grade' silver ore for a  distance' of about' 12 inches, tests of  which gave about $200, per ton. It  will'doubtless runiab.oye $150 per ton  by the carload, and those interested in  the property ar.e much pleased at this  entirely new find of ore.  ; The Skylark never' looked better  than it does today, and the final payment of $3,000 on the bond is expected to be in bank next month. The  mine has practically paid for all development, as well as having met- the  bond payments, from shipments of ore,  'since the present owners took hold of  it, about two years ago. The new  year, consequently, is likely to witness  the beginning of the distribution of  profits to shareholders in the Skylark  Development Co., Ltd.  ADMINISTRATOR'S   NOTICE.  IN  THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOI.DEN AT GRAND FOHKS.  In the matter of the  estate  of William  Nears, deceased.  Notice is hereby given that on tho ;>d  day of July, .1006.ft was ordered by Judge  Clement that A, C. Sutton be administrator of all and singular the estate of  William Nears, late of Phoenix, deceas-  ! ed intestate.  Every person indebted to the said estate  is required to make payment forthwith  to the tfudersigned and every person  having in possession effects belonging tu  the deceased is required to'notify the  undersigned forthwith. Every creditor  or other person having any claim upon  or interest in the distribution of said  estate is required before the 2d January,  1!)07, to send by registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his ' name  and address and full particulars; of his  claim or interest and if/statetnent of h is  account, verified by s'taVufoKv decimation, and the naturu of the security, if  anv. held by him.  After the'said 21 day of .January. 1!>(>7,  j the administrator will proceed with the  distribution of the estate, having legiud  to those claims only of wliich  lie  shall  then have notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, 12th De-  ! cember, 1!)00.  i A. 0. Sutton,  j Official Administrator,  1 Grand Forks, B. C  have produced 25,992,2.33 pounds of  copper, againsti8,58s,4p6 pounds in  a similar.period in 1905.  Up to December 1st, the total of  sinking, raising, drifting and crosscut-  ting done at the Granby mines, exclusive of open-cast work, was 41,845  lineal feet���or not .quite" eight 'miles.  In diamond drilling,' to the same date,  25,637 feet have~been done ,in the  same'property.  Poles are. up'and most of the wire  strung on the branch power line.of the  B. C. Construction.,and ..Distributing  Co.'s high-tension^ electric line from  Phoenix to Summit camp, where.power  will be supplied to the British Columbia' Copper Co.'s... Emma; and. other  mines,  sip i: ; ..��������� ..������ .   .1 .  By the last' of January the new large  furnace, of the 'Giroux- hot- blast type,  being installed at the Dominion Cop-'  per ��� Co.'s Boundary Falls smelter,  should be completely installed and  ready for blowing, in,., giving nearly'  double the present capacity of the  sfrreilter.  ���Messrs. Eckert and TJnklatei,''\vho  have a bond on :-the'-- itlavis; neaV  Greenwood, were surpised this week to  receive assays from A. Harry Hook, of  Greenwood, showing that orS thstf did.  not lock particularly rich gave values  of '$2,90/.p|er!stttri 'iff gbld: Since  starting"Work'.last September they have  taken,o.ut ope c-i.r,.:of, high grade ore  and are working ou another.  ~ By the.-endjoP- the week it was expected that, the -water ; would be taken  out of tbe Garirfoo mine; Cami> Mc-  Kiii'n'ey,Jas Hjr down as" the 2oo-fii6r  .level,, and., be* nearly all eait of property'  by ..the -.first of~fbef rie-w year.' MY.  Steele, a mill 'man, arrived in Phoenix  from .Colvllle, '"Wash.^aricT' has prb-  ceede'cf'to the 'property, t(�� ge' 'flic,  stamp.mill in rcilditiesfrfoi; work. 'He  occupied a-similar position when tbe  mirre and mill w'e'ft! "last1 operated.  By January 1st the British Columbia  C.q^per'Co. expects.jp operate its full  battery of th'fee )argr fuijuaces without  interruption; haudjing close^ to 2,00.0  tons of ore per day. The No. 3 furnace wllt'ch , ffas been in commission  since tli'e settlement of trie strike, is  doinft splendid . viatk, ������ smelting- from  625 to 675 tons each 24-hoiir.Si ��� By  the dateTiTdicated "it is confidently be  hewed1 that, there will- be arnple power  available from the Botinirigton works.  Last Stlhdav the Cascade power was  ���        .   ���*.'������ ���;      ,  cut it.to its own'lines from Greenwood  to Boundary Falls, where it is being  used at the Dominion Copper Co.'s  smelter.' '-'-For some little time past tbe  Cascade ^current has been gcmg|down  to this smelter over the line of the  Greenwood ��� City Waterworks Co.,  which had the line built, but whose  power at the falls on Boundary creek  was not yet ready for delivery. Gilbert  McLachern, in charge of the Cascade  sub-station in Phoenix, has been looking after the building of.t|ie company's  new line to Boundary Falls.  Searle:Carr Wedding.  Before a large assembly ofjriends William Searle plighted his tro'th to Miss  Sarah Carr in the Methodist church  on Wednesday noon. The church  was decorated with chrysanthemums,  carnations   and    evergreens    by     the  Copper   companies   are   reported   tol Ladies'Aid, whilst   Mrs.   Knott   pre  sided at the organ. To the^strains of  Meridlesohn, the bridegroom entered  the church, supported by Alec. T. Mcpherson, and Miss Sadie Siddall supported the bride. Rev. C. VVellesley  Whittaker performed the ceremony.  Mrs. Searle has resided in Phoenix  about'three yeais,- coming here from  B!ackheath,:England, and during thaj  'time has"been a laithful member of  the Methodist Ladies' Aid. The  groom is a native of Ontario and has  been employed at the Granby mines  for some years past. Amid showers of  rice the couple left on the C. P. R.  for-Spokane, intending to take up their  residence on Gospel.. Hill, on their return.  D. D. Munro. the Grand Fri/ks.rher-  chant, was here last Monday^T  Mrs. W. B. Willcoxj with her little  daughter Elizabeth, left Monday to  spend the holidays with her mother in  Seattle.  "W. S. Macy, one Of the lessees of  the Cariboo in Camp McKinney, made  a trip to the property this week, leaving  Wednesday.  Mayor Rumbergcr went over to  Regina on Monday, where he is interested with Julius Mueller in the building of a brewery.  C. H. Breed, circulation manager  of the Spokesman-Review, was a visitor here Sunday, in the interests of  that much read daily.  .V. L.. Austin, of New York, the  eminent mining engineer, was in Phoenix last week, on a return trip from  Vancouver to the east  James Anderson, one of the owners  of the Anderson-McArdle huilding,  and also of the hotel at Franklin City,  was in camp last Monday.  Mrs. V. G. Vounghusband, of Leth-  bridge, Alberta, arrived last Saturday,  to spend the holidays with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Fraser.  Alex. Miller, of Greenwood, who  left for a trip to Cobalt, a couple of  weeks ago, is reported to have been  made a flattering offer for properties  he is interested in there.  William Esser, of Long & Esser,  Spokane, was here early this week, to  see about furnishing refrigerating machinery for the Phoenix brewery and  for P. Burns & Co.'s new meat emporium in Phoenix.  High.Prnise for Polmatlers.  Occasionally a travelling concert  company strikes this city that gives  s'atVsfactionVVut none have been more  worthy of liberal support than the  Polmatier Sisters, who appeared last  evening ���'in the opera house to an audi  ���erice that'fil-Ted it to overflowing. The  stage was 'beautifully decorated, mak-  ing-a pretty" background tor the ladies  in their handsome gowns of pink silk  with-^dy'erdcesse's of net and sequins.  Of the Polmatier Sisters it would be  hard to discriminate, as each one is an  aitist in her own particular line. In  the progratrr'of fourteen numbers there  was sufficient variety to supply half a  dozen entertainments. The program  consisted of overtures, 'string quartette,  tiiosi duetts, cornet solos, trombone  solos, VQCal trios, and readings. She uld  this talented company ever visit our  .city again, it is needless to' -.say, they  .will be greeted by a bumper house.  ���The Young Men's Club ot the Methodist church was instrumental in furnishing this treat last night. ���Brandon,  ���Manitoba,- Cjanada, Daily Sun, November 16.  'libese entertainers   will   be  at    the  Phoenix opera house, under  the   auspices   of the   Phoenix   Curling   Club.  Friday, I >ecember cSth.  ������ Phoenix Lodge No. 17. Daughters  ���of" Rebekah, I. O. O. !���'., has elected  the following-officers for the ensuing  term : N G., Mrs. William Pickard;  V. ' G., -Mrs. Tait: R. (... Walter  Cook; Iv S., David Speare, Treas.,  Miss Sadie Siddall. The installation  will occur early in   [unitary.  A new dam is being constructed by  the water company at Marshall lake,  tu be 1 1 feet high, or some four feet  higher than the old dam, and about  too feet long. Joe Trombleyis doing  the work, and it is expected to considerably increase the supply ol water  next year.  Manager McAllister to Take a Vacation.  J. E. McAllister, manager of the  British Columbia Copper Co., who  has been confined to his bed for a  month or two at his residence in  Greenwood, expects, if able to leave  next week for the east, to consult  specialists in New York, and may be  absent three or four months.  On Monday George F. Beardsley of  New York will arrive to attend to the  duties of Mr. McAllister in the latter's  absence. Mr. Beardsley, up to two or  three years ago had charge of the  famons Mt. Lyell copper mine in Tasmania, which has paid dividends of  over $5,ooo,coo, and where he made  pyritic copper smelting a success. He  is an author of no little note, and of  late has been doing only consulting  work. Mr. McAllister's work will thus  be left in good hands while he is thus  necessarily absent receiving expert  treatment.  Dr. Boucher Leaving Phoenix.  Dr. Boucher, who has been physician at the Granby mines tor seven  years, has resigned, and as soon as he  can close up his affairs here, he will  leave with Mrs. Boucher, probably for  the coast, altnough he states that his  plans are not yet settled. I'he move  is occasioned for the benefit of Mrs.  Boucher's health.  Last week Friday, in accordance with  law on that subject, the men at the  Granby mines voted on the selection  of a new doctor, the name of I>.  W. H. Dickson, o<" Grand Forks, being  submitted, and the result being a majority in his favor. Dr. Dickson also  takes Dr. Boucher's general   practice.  Dr. Boucher has been one of the  foremost citizens of Phoenix, and has  made a host of friends all through the  Boundary during his residence here.  Many regrets have been expressed at  the necessity of the departure of the  doctor and his wife, and they will carry  with them the best wishes of nearly  every resident of Phoenix, wherever  they may decide to make their home.  Posiofflce Moved.  Saturday night and Sunday the post-  oftici' was moved to the new location,  coMier ol School street and Aetna  avenue, and tins week Postmaster  Matheson has been busy in getting  seltleil in his new quarters. For the  present the old fittings are- in use, but  some improvements will be made when  orders now in at Montreal are tilled.  Tne postmaster and his assistants,  Miss Campbell and Miss Mckenzie  now have light anil airy quarters m  which to transact business for the  Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux -something  that is now in existence in Phoenix for  the first tune in its historv.  At "a statutory meeting of the board  of license commissioners for the city,  held Thursday, commissioners M. H.  Kant and W. X. McDonald were present*, nnd transfers were granted to J.  C La Belle, of tlie Cottage hotel, and to  Anderson & McArdle for the Knob  Hill hotel. I  Boundary  Ore  Shipments  For Weel  ; of l)i  e. 15, I'.iOti.  TONS  Oranhv mines. .               I.'!  ".-i;:  Mother I.ode .. .              '2  11711  Brooklyn   ->  ���JON  Kawhide   S3-'  Sunset                  1  1 IL'-I  Mountain Rose.  1 :i:.'  luiiina     L'l.l  O10 1 Vnoro   ....  :\'m\  Mavis      ���_'i>  Weeklv total            'Jl  ,'iSII  "1 enrlv total  lo (hit  1!       ....       1,1-Jo  t s.->  Smell  ���r Treatment.  Ciianbv To.   . .   .                 I,".  ::no  B. C. Copper Co.                    1,  ~S:>  Dominion ('ojipe  ��� Co..  I.  lie'  Weekly  total  ���_':>,���.':7  Yearly total to date     l.LW.'liiO  &&'- If  (       >  fill  p* f!  mm  in  ��fth  Hi  6!  il,  Mi  i|f  I  ii  ri  feii  It!  ��?1  ��'1  rflfl'i  m  hi  (A  II  il  I*  11^  Mh  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  It Is Easy To Imitate  the advertisements of  ROSCUNS IN COH1C OPERA TONIGHT.  Tactful Open  tea, but the tea itself can neither  be imitated nor equalled.  I  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  munsatiTTiBDinnTii  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ���    at notm, ���. c  W. B. WILLCOX. Mamaokn  t.i.���i,���__ I Business office No. 14.  Telephone* J MalJi(rer., residence. No. ij.  Ill��� III I IIIHII IK ADTAHCa.  Fer Year ���   Six Months   MS  ITtou are not a subset ber to thla paper, tala  ia an invitation to too to become one.  AdTerUatac rates furmanea oa application.  Lejsl notice* to and 5 cents per U��e.  Footweekly insertions constlUrt*oae month*  a Ir^rt <in*  1906  DEC.  1906  Sga. Hon. Toss. Wed.   Til. Fr..    Sat.  9  16  30  17  3i  18  25  19  36  6  13  20.  37  7  ***  21  28  8  *9  A few weeks ago  the   Pioneer announced, on- what   it  considered good  authority,, that William   Henry   Pope  Clement, of Grand Forks, county court  judge, had practically received  the appointment for the  vacant   position of  supreme court judge.    Then the Liberal politicians,   especially  those who  would have liked the position,  caused  it to be announced   that the appointment had not been decided on.   Later  publicity was given to a statement that  the position was purchasable, and that  from $7000 to $ 10,00c had been offered  for it by so.roe coast  barristers.    Perhaps the litter settled it in Mr. Clement's la vor," for  the  official   statement  was made at Ottawa a few days ago that  the Bouudary man had been elevated  to the supreme bench.    Mr.  Clement  will undoubtedly do honor to the position,   and   his many   friends   in the  Boundary/irrespective  of party affiia-  tions, will be pleased to know that his  ability has thus   been  recognized, the  coast politicians to  the  contrary notwithstanding.  CMapacy   Will   Ptcmci  tbe  S*M Pajfea.  Tbe announcement that the Roscian  Opera Company, which gave us a finished  and  enjoyable  performance of  "The Mikado" a few months ago, will  be   heard  again  this evening, in   the  latest   comic    opera   success,    "Said!  Pasha,"   is  only  necessary  to   insure!  the cordial welcome and big patronage  to which they are entitled by reason of  intrinsic   merit-      "Said Pasha" is the  latest addition to the company's exten:  sive repertoire, and   its instantaneous  success surpasses even the most optimistic anticipations.    It  is  said to be  a fascinating   stage picture, presenting  the chorus in a variety of pleasing costumes. All the principals heard in'The  Mikado,"  including Miss Lucia Nola,  Frank   Walters,   Miss   Crowley,   Mr.  Dewey, Miss Godfrey, Edward Flavele,  Mi Hoffman and   Miss   Palmer, have  strong roles in "Said Pasha."  On Friday evening, December 21,  prior to their departure on an extensive tour of the ; United States, which  will take them two years to negotiate,  the Roscians will" give a special performance of "The Bohemian Girl,"  Balfe's beautilul Sballad opera, containing those wondrous, inspiring meio-  dies, "I Dreamdt I Dwelt in Marble  Halls," "Then You'll Remember Me,"  and "The Heard.Bowed Down." Miss  Nola sings "Arline" and Mr Walters  "Thaddeus."  Ricfo, Delicious, Pure  Cleanly  Manufactured  99  CEYLON   TEA  IS PACKED ONLY IN SEALED LEAD PACKETS  to Preserve its Goodness _ All Grocers.  BLACK MIXED GREEN  D. J. Matheson  riDKUTV    BOXDS,  Snsurance Hgent  'FIRB,       LIFK  AND  ACCIDENT.  PLATE   GIASS  COMMISSIONKH   FOR   TAKING   AFFIDAVITS  PHOEISnX,   B.C.  Special  GreaV  n ***  At**  Christmas time will, soon be here,  with its good- "cheer, i Meantime the  thrifty and wise are carefully watching  the local press, to learn who among'  the tradesmen think "enough of their  business to invite them, to call- and  secure gifts and remembrances of  Sweater or less degree.  Kl��| if All Cslffc ���frflcfiai.  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'jtried 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  >��� Oplvn ii  Cisaberlila's   Couftt  Rsaedr.  There is not the least danger in giv  ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to  small children as it conlain's no opium  or other harmful /hug. It has an estab  lished 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.  C. P. ft. WINTER  EXCURSIONS.  OLLAPODRIDA  Most would-be hold-up men have  long since discovered that this is not  a healthy locality for them to operate  in. Two more of them learned the!  lesson this week, right here in Phoenix, and will have a. year and six  months, respectively, in which to ponder over the matter.  The city of Kara loops has recently  taken a forward step among the smaller  municipalities of the. province, by arranging for a sewage system.    -Phoenix  "I never, knew such a pessimist as  that fellow. Jenkins." '��Yes. I actually  believe his'idea of heaven .is a."place  that is paved with gold bricks.":  $er fac'��.feU suddenly, and she gave  an exclamation of annoyance. jBut it  was too late to repine. Her I whole  tiodv accompanied her face. 'She had  stepped on a banana peel.  ������" :     ���'���'������'   ��� ���  " An expert opinion���'-What do you  think of,my daughter's execution on  the piano?J  "Good name for it, for she certainly  does murder.the time."  . *  She (despisingly) ���- oh, y(,u men.  All tallrra'nd no deeds. Tell me one  single noble action you've done, or  even one kind one.  He���I've prevented you frorn dying  la the Mari!i*c Provlaces, Ontario, Qaecec  ���ad tke. Old Cagatry.  The C.P.R. announces series of low  round trip rates, 6rst class three months  limit from Kootenays to all points in Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces and  the Old Country^ Rate from Phoenix  to Toronto Montreal Windsor and intermediate points is $83.45, Halifax  or St. John in connection with ocean  passages $94.45. Tickets will be sold  daily November 24th to December  31st. Corresponding rates will be  quoted to all eastern Canadian points  from all Kootenay stations.  This is an unusual opportunity to  visit Eastern Canada or the Old  Country at Christmas at a low rate.  Detailed information sailing lists, for  ocean steamers, first class or tourist  sleeperreservatiOris, on application to  local agents or write J. Si Carter,'I).P.  A., Ntlson, B.C.  'Great Northern Railway  will sell round trip tickets after Oct 25 from Phoenix to  Los Angeles,  Cal.  for $83.70  Rates in preparation to Pasadena, Santa Monica,  Riverside,   San Bernardino and Redlands.  For farther partlculara s��e  M. M. Stephens, Agent,   or S.G.Yerkes, A.G.P.A.  -Phoenix, B. C. Seattle, Wash.  0<H**K><><><><>-0-0<><>-C>  f Golden    t  Hotel  .Best Wines  Liquors and  Cigars  Close to C. P. R. Depot. Electrict  Lighted.  Dining   Room   in  Charge of R. Rundell.  \ Patronage of the Public Solicited {  GEORGE SCHULLI, Prop. 2  ���OhOO  I. H. HALLbTT  Barrister, SounTOk  Notary ]���'  Cable AHclreM:       H.w.r.im  nedroid M Noil's  Moiclng  . SkuVh  loer'a.  GliKKNM,  Codes  (Bed  <Mo  (Lei  ���"���. n.c.  TUCK   COLS  SHAVING PARi.ous  and BATHROOM  Hotel Balmornl  Cor. First & Knobllill Ave.   I'llO  'N'IX,Ii.C  NOTitE.  To the Board of Lii-enee CommiHsioners,  Phoenix, li. C. .        .  NOTICE is hereby jriven lliat the 1111-  dersignetl will at the next int-eiiii^nf iln  Board of License Commi8*iouer.s fur I In-  City of Phoenix apply f.ir 11 I r nsfer of  a retail liquor HcenBe Krante<l in M'Fpeci  ofthe Knob Hill Hotel! First Street.  Phoenix, B. C. from W.J. Morrifoti ami  James Anderson to James McArdle and  James Anderson.  Dated at Ph-.t-nix, B. C, this 5th dav of  November, 1��00.  W. J.  Mohuison,  JaUKS A.NnKltHON.  SEE   s  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork  J Church Services  Tomorrow i  /���vay**V**V*ay��ivO  Cure Ur Sare Nipple*.  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.  0%^*V*V��V��V��V��V*V��av<  i Services 1  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial. invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.        ,  ���--���>*     smelting  &   Power   Companr,   Limited,    Irte  St Andrews'. Presbyterian -Church   ��^a^!^^?p^^!Kft^^  rreacbing-    Service        tomorrow     'at I er for a Certificate ot Improvement*  for tbe pur-  7:30   p. m.  Sunday school and Bible f Sta-f ��bU",ta'f * Crown ^ ��rthe "�������  class at 10:0c a.m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel  Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good sCounsel.���Divine. Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a,m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Benediction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  Church of England���Services  1 v '���*.  m. and 7:30 p. M.,Rev. R. A. Heath.  MINERAL ACT.  Cartifcti*. of Hiarovcant*.  NOTICE  Baak of England, Bask of England Fractions!.  Black Bear Fractional Mineraf Clsrm��, situate  in the Grand Fork* Mining Division ot British  Columbia. ..  Where located���Greenwood <"smp  TAKE NOTICE that I, navid Whiteside, as  agant - for the Granby Coosoldsted ��� M in ng.  Baaeltint  &   Power   Companr,   Limited,    Irte  And further Uke notice that action, under sec-  upn J7, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of improvements.  . Hated this soto day of November, a; D. 1906.  ���*       . ��       . D. Whitksidk,  A��ent for   the   Granby   Consolidated  Mining,  Smelting  & Power Company, Limited,  KingEdward Lodge, N0 3(i  A   F. anil ,\. ^  KeK��lHrcoiiiiiiii,,|cnll,,.,  ond Thursday o" each  ,' "',!"���   St,  KmerKeiit inrellnU.,'  '"''''���  l>. U.MO'HKltL.        R. B.  ��� ' Secretary.  B0L'*-'1I1'��,M|)  w.ii.  I. O. O. F.  SNOU'SIIOI  '���������"���'0��N0.1  Mecu every MomUy Hveni,,,,  ���, Mi      ,  VIsllliiK l'rclhrciicor.llallyi���v|,,.l, "  K.Silvrrthouie ,\   ,.  ��� ���'aki.ton Cw^k. kr,  Maicus Martin, \\���',  >'in..s  A.   HARRY   HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAVKR.  Control and Umpire assaylu,, ��� ��,���..:,���  pies recelve.1  by  mJ��� K���r .'" ,'?}����� s����.  ��"d returns made neit <l���v V.!....".,W  THROUGH U1AH AND  COLORADO  Castle Cute. Canon ol the Grand  Black Canon, Marshall and Tennessee Passes, and the World   Famous Royal Gorgc-==  For  Descriptive and Illustrated  write to  Pamplets  W. C. McBride, Qeaeral Afear,  t*4 Third Street PORTLANn, OR.  solicited,   UreshippersaKcn  GREENWOOD, li  ' o,r��p0iiro��  C.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Time In��pcct.,(Cr s. F. J u  (IIiKh Cln��s floods alwnj, j,i Slwk j  Oh 1 \ 11 |V I,,  "THE  MILWAUKEE"  ���THE   PIONEER  LIMITEO"  CHICAGO.  ST.    PAUL    TO  union  PACIFIC  ^Oregon  Shoi^t line  ���vip Union Pacific  ONLY LINE  EAST   Via  Salt  Lake and  Denver.  Two Tkains  Daii v.  i>tfaiiis]ii|>uVkt't8 to Kiiiipr,.i���l.,il,H  lurvijjti com:triea.  also is looking into this matter, and the   '   ��m~ ^5 pre];e"led y��u,froni: dying  ^    i .u -Mi-ii    j .u-      an ��'d mai0. and ^ you ask me, that's  city fathers..������will likely-,do something j _ pretty he*bic deed.  if the report ever arrives   rrom  the  government  engineer, who  made his  surveys several moons since.  WHY TSE BEST FOR THE WEST.  le  Ike   Mom  Cbrlstaas Railway Rates.  The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  announces the usual tare and one-  ihird Christmas and New Year rates  from and to all locai points on western  lines.. Tickets will-be placed on sale  December 21,-32,'23, 24, 25, 28, 29,  36, 31 and Jan. 1,'good returning until Jan. 3d. For detailed information  apply to local agents.  Lattat Mining stock Quotations.  \    The Marsh Block    I  3 is now open as  a First  Class $  I Rooming  House.     Parties  de- ��  4 siring quiet  comfortable rooms ft  3 will do well by applying at once. P  I       .;���.   :   I  MINERAL ACT.  Certileite ef la��roveaeat>.  NOTJCK.  ,��MByj. MineralOlalaa.JMtuate in the Green,  wood Mining; Diviaiou qf Yale District.  Where located ��� Greenwood camp, in the  Qreenwood Mining Division of Vale District.  JfAKX .NOTICE that Iy Adolphe Sercu, Free  Miner's Certificate No.-B��75. lor myself and  Joaeph Hedges as agent. Free Miner's Certificate  ��o. Bjoj8. intend, sTxtv days from date hereof,  to apply to the Minltg Recorder for a CertiEcate  01 Improvements, for thl^ purpose of obtainine a  Crown Grant  ol the above cla'tn. ->  And further uke nUice tbat action, under  section 37,^ must be <jommenced before the  issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 8th day of October. A. D 1906  5 .'     ADOLPU SHRi V.  'Overltai   Llalted"   Omaht    to    Chletfo.  'SOUTH-WEST LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY   TO  CHICA60.  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 7, Marble Bank Bidg.. Spokane Wash  H. 8. ROWS. General Agent.  I.M Third Street. Tortland. Oregon.  Leaves  Daily  Spolrane Time Schrtiii,  Effective May 20 l>ri  Ali:v;  llnilv  7-JJH.m. FAST MAIf.-Ti. and Itumi  Coeurd'Alcneditti ici, l-'ftim-  ill(��ton GarSelll lolfiii I'nll-  nian, ���Moscow, ���Pumriov,  Waitslimg, Dayton. Wa ll'x  Walla, Pen 1 eloii. Baker Cm  snd all points Kast    '  -13  1:30 p. iu. KXPRKSS���For Farmiiigioii '  Garfield,  Colfax.    Pullman  Moscow.f.ewisloll, HurlUii'!  San Francisco.   Maker *'it>  and all points KAST.  KXPRKSS ���From  all point.  Kast, Baker City, San Kian.  Cisco, Portland, Colfax, Cat-  field and Farmiugtoii  a.Kn.m  ���Kxcepl Sunday. "  SHORT LINE TO CA LIFdliMA.  For further inforniatioii  as to i��ie��. time  traiua.equipmeut, etc.. address  H.  C. MUNSON, C.   I    \.  Spokiii;.-, \\':i-h.  They do say that the Man from  Manitoba is trying to break into politics again in this province. Well, it is  certain that when Toe Martin takes a"*  hand in the political game, there will  be interesting times for a while, anyway���even though he does eventually  come out at the small end of the horn.  Probably, however, he has lots of fun  while it lasts, which possibly repays  him for the efforts'employed.  Last Saturday the Spokane Spokesman-Review had a column notice of a  paper published by the washout-bound  200 passengers on Ihe Great Northern,  at Leavenworth, Wash., the sheet being  called the Cascade Sidetrack. As the  Pioueer had reference to that unique  publication exactly one week previously,  the editor of Spokane's great; daily  must be a close reader of Bonndary's  leading excitement.  Western Palki Flee ihe Beat  EMae-nlcat.  "The freight on each pair of! shoes  from Montreal costs me 27 cents,"  said ��� a shoe dealer in a town in  ;the Far West. Of course he expects  to save the,7 cents when new railroads  .get into thfc country, roads which do  not pay itfividends on soggy stock.  Transportejiion in the West is expensive.      *-*&"���  - But the point is that the freight on  a pair.of cheap shoet is jost. as high  as on a pair of Slater Shoes, and- the  added cost to the cheap shoes j helps  make the Slater Shoes relatively  cheaper. This is one fcood, reason  why they will only have the) best in the  West. For the best costs W more in  the  costly problem of trans'ljortation.  Hunter-Kendrick    Co.,    exclusive  agents, Phoenix, B. C.  The recent settlement of the   strike  of the coal miners   at Lethbridge was  a source of great relief to the farmers  of the northwest, who have no trackless forests to rely on for fuel, but must  import their coal, no   matter what the  cost.    The strike lasted eight monihs,  and  the consumers , who immediately  relied on Leth bridge for eoal were getting desperate with cold weather coming such as is prevalent in the territories..  For once the department  of labor at  Ottawa and its represenlative, W. Mac-J  kenzie King, really did some good in a 1  labor dispute. "   '   I  Dealers say thawhose who have.used  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are quite loyal to th��to and cannot  be persuaded to Uke 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.  Following are the approximate prices  of mining stocks for ithia week :  ��� SID aSKBD  American Boy  2       -   03  B.  C. Standard.......        20 26  Helcher Mountain......        45       ;   50  B.  C. Copper '..._;.. 14 00     14 25  Can. Con.  M.  and  8.138 00   145 00  California   Can. Gold Fields . :'_.  Cariboo-McKinney .".;.  Copper King ,.  Dominion  Copper ...  Denoro Mines .....���.*  Deer Trail  Con -"  Eureka Copper      Ficlier Maiden '..'.  Granby Con   Giant V  International Coal.  Jumbo ..;.-  La  Plata .'.[  Nicola Coal Mines   North Star   Pathfinder '  Payne     \  .Referendum .   Rambler-Cariboo   Sullivan   Snowstorm   ."  Sonora '".  Stewart   Tamarack* Chesapeake  White   Bear   Washington   Metior...  I  J. V. O'Louglilin I  *5�� 'PTP^P ���Z}x--.i$s-z}s-^r7$x-*5s-zjft  if OO  INDIGESTION  Is the most prolific cause of disease  in the human' body. Almost any  ailment > may  follow, in  its wake I  BILIOUSNESS  la one of the most common eaose-  ?[Oences and Is almost certain la be'  ollowcd by  CONSTIPATION  Tea can core theta all with  Mother Ssige^s Symp  ���sc per bottle.   SoM CTtrywhcrc.  A.). WHITB * CO.,   MOXTBJIAL.  MINERAL ACT.  Cetifieste ef Inprevenents  NOTICE.  .������WOODSTOCK;'   Mineral   Claim, situate in  5,?reenwood MininK Division of Yale District  Where   located ��� Greenwood   camp, in the.  T��V1Z?,��JL1��IBP DivW��o of Yale D&trict.  ��TA*^E���??SICE tn"*2��.- Adolphe Sercu, Pree  Minei'a Certiicate No. j&^j, intend, siaty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of JmprovemenU, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above  claim. ��� i- ���"-  And farther Uke notice that   action, under  fecuon   yi,   must    be^ commenced before the  nlf.lS6.?.!   ^I^0"^1!*^* of In>ProvemenU.  Dated thia 8th day of-October, A. D. 1906.  5 ���";      ADULPH BERCU.  ^__9KC\f\cm  WINTER  EXCURSIONS  Average Prices ol Copper  Your little ones ere a constaet care ia  . Fall and Winter weather.     They will  . ctichcoU,    Do you know about SnJloh\  ' Consumpb'ao Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what A has done for so many ?   It is ttid  to be the only reliable . remedy for all  daeases of the air pauses in chiUren.  Uk absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take.  It uguarsnloed to cure or your money  is returned.   The price is 25��. per bottle.  aad all dealeri in medicine teO 3,���  J  T^ seined shooM be in every hoaaefeolq  TBE fifiANBY CONSOLIDATED MINING,  SnaTlNG & P0FE8 COMPANY, Ltd.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is herebv ei'ven that at a  meeting of the hoaid of directors of the  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smeltine  and Power Co., Limited, held this day, >  dividend of three per cent, npon the p.ir  valne of the stock outstanding was declared out of the net earnings of the  <-oiDpftnv, payable December 31st, 1906,  to all stockholders of record at the elope  ol business on December 12th, 1906  Farther notice is  hereby given   that  the transfer books of the company will  be closed from December 12th until the  ����?P,nst ��' business on December 20th.  1806. '  Dated this 4tb dav of December. 1906  (8igned) NORTHfcUP FOWLER,  Secretary.  Fonnded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL   LIMITEO"  ��� '-OSIIV OVtRLANO  TRSIKe-  From   Spokane Tor   Winnipeir. St. Paul I  $nue2��1U'  8t' >V,aU    Ch^�� ��������*����  Jot complete Information,   ratea.   berth  reservations, etc, call on or Lddress. '  K. M. 8TBPHENB. Aeent, ,  8.G.yaBKB8.A.Q.p.AP*)oen,��-  Seattle I  EAST.  $83.45  Phibenix  .   to   .  Montreal,     Toronto  and all points west thereof in Ontario,  and Quebec.   Quebec, St. Johns,  Halifax, Maritime Provinces,  rates   on application.    .  TicKetsOnSale Daily  November 24 to December 31st  ROUND TRIP FIRST CLASS  THREE MONTHS LIMIT  Old Country Rates  ���94.45--��'  Return.  Halifax  or  St.   John   Return   Ocean  Rutes.  Saloon Second Steerage  $95-���� $76.00 $54.co  and up according to steamer.  For rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  A. W. Haley, e. J. Covle,  AKent, A.G.P.Agt.,  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C.  J. S.Carter, D.P.A. Nelson. B.C.  Muntli.  January . .  February...  Mnn-li   .     .  \|'i'il  ...  Mny ,  lime   Inly   Angil.-i   ^euti'inlier  October .. .  November .  I)e<:einl>er.  ��� New   Y-'k-  Eleclrolylic. I <i.-  I!)l'5     HIOlj        I!** !;-V.  15 008  IS.3I0  .'.-' ::������ ��� I Hi  15.375 17>'ii:' '")!"������ ..v.''f>  I5.20S IS.."''   ;'. .;.'.n ..s.lli  U.niS I8.;;7."i 1: ni(i is<s.s  H 027   l�� 4">7   N SIT !s7'.>4  M.675  IS -Ml'  l-l.x!:: !.S7i:��  U HHH  18.1JI0  I ft imri i -^; .S-">  IhGtU  I8 4.'i()  l?..J��S IS Mil  15 9HS-H) ho  15 H7 I'.'.-W  l'i.279    IU :���:-::���      K3iMU      l(j 7.r..-    13 328 ..   is ::!.'>   Year.  ..   .. 15 500       16 ���;��<  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T. TURANO. Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to <v  "der, Ji/st class work gwn  anteed Miners' Hoots ..  specialty, guaranteed wain  proof.  Flrsi Street'  Phoenix,  0pp. Knob II,  B. C.  ..id  Hospital Doaaliom  Liet ol Donations receivcil huh  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix 'lent'iiil  pital:  Csshfio   Ca-b  Cash  Book    Bed T.fnen.4 dor   ''ash J50   Cash jio..  ��"o   |��S J  :Case \\"Z"T.""""'.'.'.A  R. II  .]. II. Mm  A. V. ���   A. K. II   Hospital Lnilir-   K T.  Jas  Met;  . jas  ��ict  Cash J35 Canadian Hand Dri  Spring Cot A. H  Maple ��yrnp A V  -II  ���>y  rv  ���k  ���il  .k  ��� ih  ��������pis.       J* M|Ji.> ..,..,.��.......-���*������* ^     '  tientlemarl's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. B.  Old Linen _ Mrs. I. Cra-  r Bo�� Rooks Mrs  B. A. W. ��!<���  Cash|�� _ a Grand Forku 1 "  Dominion Copper Co Full Set Boilci T  Cord Wood F. Buc-  Provides a Christian home for students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public Bchool work.  Does, .high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teac*-  SAN.TAR.UM, Arrow Lake, B,C.  acuooi privileges, and prepares for teach-      . JB��-Tse most penectiF appointed Heaiih  ers' exam inations.   Teaches all branched S��!^_^^t^_l__VSe, W Z,lh ��� "��-  of a Practical Business Coarse and gives fi^SXE ttaWSSi* tR1"* 'nd  JJipIomas.   Gives a liberal education 111 properties or If   its Collegiate Course and in tbe Ladies'  Conrse for M.E.L. and M.L.A.   In Umi  versity work, can take students through  the complete Arts' Course, and the degree oi B.A. can be obtained from Tor-  onfo University, which.the college is in  Int affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write/  ifiev. W."J7 srpMrell"��.Ay"B3!Ti��ri��l��*  pelyuEar. J. 9. BowaII, "*  ...   ��� iu wSaSTii-.TSSjaf mnUri  alSenU?"0*'" KUa"' Urer ���D<1 Btomacb  |J^��r|8l''n��,i��"n��T����IMetalllaPois��os from the  i. -in���-. habkt McwnroSSr  sfoottotov.  Application to Triatfer   Llsupr License.  NOTICE is hereby given that I in tend  {�� aPPly. at the next meeting of the  Board of License Commissioners of the  Corporation of the City of Phoenix. B.  U, for tl.e transfer o' the license to sell  Iniuors at retail on the premises known  as the Centra Hotel, corner of Second  street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix. B. O., now held by me, to Axel Lil-  }enberg.  ��t^Vuat Pr.,^enix' B- C.thiB 20th day  of October, 1906. '  5t   (8igned)   AUGUST JACKSON.  , A pencil mark here _vur  is a reminder that vour subscription to this paper is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate yonr  promptattention.      _fjg&~  *"*   * " -|| HII     |_   I  THE  STRATIfCONi  NELSON. B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  Ik yin? Hotel of Ik Kootafs  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms. BUB  saata  ���Pfl  HP  'WMglgBWBW'!  SSBS  ,l!i'..ii��i...|..u,nnuju.iimi.  THE   PHOENTX   PTONFt-p  i  i  i  ��  F    ���  CUBAN MINISTER TT�����e U. S,  Recommends Pe-ru-na.  THE CARIBOO^McKINNEY MINE REDIVIVUS  Old Timer Thinks That the Best Days Not Yet  AncientHistory*  He   Tells  of the Property Secured by the   Syndicate of Phoenix  Mining Men.  Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the united States.  Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States, is an orator born. In  an article ln'Tho Outlook for July, 1899, by George Kcnnan, who hoaid Quesada  Bpoalc at tbo Kstcbnn Theater, Matanzas, Cuba, ho sulci: "I have scon many audiences under (lie spell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional excitement, but J huvo rarely witnessed such a scene as at the close of Quesada's  eulogy upon tho doiid patriot, Marti." In a letter to The Peruna Drug M'f'g.Co.,  written from Washington, D. C, Sonor Quesada says:  "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."���Qonzalo De Quesada.  Mr. Will A. Hoffman, Hagorstown,  111., writeB:  "I gladly give my testimonial with  ihe thousands ot others who have been  cured by the use of IVruna.  "/ hmd catarrh of the head and  throat. I took cold easily and was  dlMzy-headed.  �����/ was mil rundown and hardly able  to work at all when I began using  Peruna.  "But, now, after using it about nix  months 1 ant well and strong."  There iJ no remedy in the world  which hii6 proven so popular forcatarrb  as Peruna. H ha*-' been used for more  than thirty years and cured thousands  of casea as proven by our testimonials.  If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna,  write at onee to Or. ilartman, giving a  full statement of your case and he will  lie pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis.  Address Or. Martman, President of  The Hartmuu Sanitarium, Columbus, O.  A FOOD AND A TONIC  What the leading Medical Journal ofthe world has  to say about FERROL.  After making a-thorough test of FERROL in its own  laboratory the London (England) Lancet published an  article from which the following is taken :  F E R R OL  "This is a successful combination of the well-  known valuable remedies, Cod Liver Oil, Iron and  Phosphorus. The formula is no secret, and our  J analysis showed the presence and amount of consti-  ,; tuents as described.     The preparation is a good one  and of distinct therapeutic value. The association of  an easily assimilable oil, in a fine state of division,  with a phosphatic salt of iron which does not disturb  the digestive functions and which is easily tolerated,  determines its success as a food and tonic .in wasting  diseases."  What the London Lancet recommends as a food  and a tonic in all wasting diseases must have very  special qualities.  No higher endorsation is possible. The results  following the use of FERROL for the past ten years  have proved that this endorsation is well deserved.  FERROL is not a patent mystery. The formula is freely published. It is prescribed by  the best Physicians. It is endorsed by'the .most eminent Medical Journals. It U used la  prominent Hospitals, Sanitariums, da.  J.  B. BOYLE, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,   PHOENIX, B. C.  O <*44*4e4to&4f4MHf**Hf4Ht4t44f4*4*a <  | Phoenix-  G*eenwood  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. m.  -2-3�� P  . ���,/  Standard Time  I      Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.      |  * I. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor, j  O*#*���#���<����*"** -aw  ;^a^a^��w<��^��M��^��K)'*<^��*��<-*'*^^  UN*  o  I    P. 0. Box 56. Phoenix Market. ,ph��ne 2-   ��  The last issue of the Hedley Gazette  contains a letter from Postmaster Nicholson, at Camp McKinney, who has  held that position for years and is  thoroughly familiar with the ramp, regarding the Cariboo mine there, which  has recently been taken on lease by a  syndicate of Phoenix men, and is now  being unwatered preparatory to being  worked to the lull capacity. The letter  follows in full:  Dear Sir : The great interest you  invariably take in all that concerns the  progress and welfare of the Similkameen district will, I feel, ensure me a  small space in the Gazette to tell the  good news that the familiar toot of  the old Cariboo's whistle once more  gladden's the ears of the faithful few  who still believe in a prosperous future  for Camp McKinney.  Briefly, this welcome event has been  brought about by the leasing of the  Cariboo group of seven claims, viz :  the Caiiboo, Amelia, Okanagan, Alice,  Emma, Maple Leaf and Sawtooth  fraction, to a syudicate of Phoenix  mining men, and already the work of  unwatering the mine has commenced,  preparatory to active mining operations; an electric plant will then be installed and the mill thoroughly overhauled and repaired for putting  through the extensive body of good  grade ore known to exist in the vicinity of the mill.  The history of the Cariboo is practically the history ot McKinney, the  old mine ever having been the mainstay of the camp, its whistle blowing  with the regularity of clockwork, the  hum of its stamps sending one .to  sleep and greeting you as you awake,  while every month might be seen a  group of smiling miners making their  way to the company's office to receive  the welcome-checks. "Men might  come and men might go," but for ten  yeais (1894-1903) the Caiiboo kept  the even tenor of its way, and during  that period .produced nearly $1,500,-  000, about one-half of which was paid  to its shareholders.  The Cariboo and Amelia claims  were located in May, 1887, by Messrs.  A. McKinney, F. Rice, Burnham and  Lefevre, who started from Spokane to  prospect the head waters of Rock  Creek, stopping en route at the Victoria mineral claim (located in 1874),  on the North Fork of Rock Creek;  the rich showings on that property  determining our prospectors to follow  on up the backbone of the peninsula  formed by the two forks of Rock  Creek, that night camping on a small  p:a:eau in the foothills of Bald mountain. When morning broke it was  discovered that the tent had been  pitched on some ore cropping. A little  prospecting soon revealed the richness  of the find, and two claims, the Cariboo and Amelia, were staked���believing the vein ran with the formation,  northerly and southerly, the claims  were located accordingly, to find on  further prospecting that the vein cut  across the stratification with ���an east  and west trend, and a southerly dip.  Hence the two claims cover scarcely  1,230 feet of the ledge. The sinking  of a small shaft still further proved  the value of the strike, gold being  plainly visible in the rock on the little  dump pile, a specimen given the writer  being literally plastered with the preci  ous metal. It was indeed a poor man's  mine, with pay  from   the grass   roots  down.    The news of the strike quickly  spread, and in a short time   the  little  plateau, now the site of the McKinney,  was covered with tents, and men were  making locations in two feet of snow.  Quattz mining in British Columbia  was very much  in  its  infancy.     Victoria, in   those  days   the  only money  center,  had  scarcely  recovered   from  the disastrous  effects   of the   Cariboo  quartz  fiasco of '78, and  it   may   be  well understood that.the glowing   accounts of this new strike were received  with reserve.    No such untoward   influences obtained on the other side of  the line, where some of the shrewdest  mining men of Spokane and theCoeur  d'Alenes were   not.' slow to realize the  possibilities of this new   mining field,  and lost no time in sending experts to  look over the ground, resulting in the  closing of a deal for the   Cariboo and  Amelia to  James Monaghan, the late  G. B. McAuley, Clem. King and associates, who incorporated the.old company known as   the   Cariboo   Mining  and Milling Company, with a capitul-  , ization   of   $800,000,   in  800,000 $1  shares.    Nothing, however, was   done  to develop   the   property until  the fall  ol '93.    The slump in silver and  the  general bad times in Spokane and the  Coeur d'Alenes would   seem   to   have  directed the attention ��� of the Cariboo  owners to   their   long   neglected   gold  property'in British Columbia*.    When  the  old   shaft   was deepened and  the  gold values increasing   with   depth,   a  ten-stamp   mill was. placed, on   the  property, making its first run in April,  1894.  In i'895 the property was nearly^  passing into the hands ")f the Butte  & Boston Co. Had thdr^superintendent continued his prospecting drift, a  few feet further he would have struck  one of the richest bodies of ore in the  mine, and the history of the Cariboo  would have had to have been written  differently. ���  " When the Cariboo Mining & Milling  Co. was turned over to the Toronto  people, the company was reorganized  and the capitalization increased to  $r,250,000 in 1 250,000 shares of $1  each; and such was' the * demand for  stock that shares were sold as high as  $1.75���I recall to mind an old friend  who had determined to sell when the  shares reached $1, and while the letter notifying his broker was in transit,  the stock-had gone up to $1.25,  It had been my intention to mention  some of the other promising properties J Cariboo   tumbled from its high   estate  n   the  stock market and   took   rank  with some reminiscences of the old  camp, which has been my home lor  many years, but imagine I hear the  Editor exclaiming, "Oh, those old  timers, how fond they are of ancient  history, and they don't seem to realize'  that the public wants real live news  and information, such as the future  prospects of the Cariboo." Well, sir,  though pleading guilty to the garulous-  ness of old age, let me remind you  that the witness- of history, is the  surest guide in human affairs and I  will endeavor to show you that the  past record of the Cariboo is the best  augury of its future succes.  First, as a matter which  affects, not  only the Cariboo, but the whole camp,  I would point to the  changed   condi-|  tions in transportation facilities, anim-J  portant factor in the economy of min  ing. McKinney is now connected with  the V., V, & E. railway by a good  wagon road, for the construction ol  which we are indebted to our euergetic  member, Mr. Shatlord, who realized  the importance'to Camp McKiuney of  said connection���he further secured  tne completion of the Rock Creek-  McKinney wagon rpad, thus affordin(i  the farmers on Anarchist mountain a  good and safe road for hauling their  produce. It is satisfactory to add  that his effort for the welfare of this  portion of his constituency is fully appreciated.  But to return to the mine and briefly enumerate what may be termed its  assets in sight without further development. First, there are the three claims,  the Alice, Emma and Maple Leaf,  upon whfch little work has been done.  Secondly, a body of fair grade ore  under the mill, extending from the  350-foot level to the surface and some  500 feet in length. Thirdly, a body  of ore in the old Moran shaft and,  lastly, a very large body of zincblende  east of the working shaft, the-, extent  of which is not known. Several attempts were made to treat this ore in  the mill, but the mixing of the zinc  with the concentrates so depreciated  the latter that it was finally given up.  Whether this zinc ore is of sufficient  value to make it profitable to ship by  the present modified fieight rate remains to beproved.  One marked   feature in the   former  working of the   Cariboo, was   the   almost   entire   absence   of development  work, with the exception of some diamond   drill   work, which proved   anything but   an   unqualified success,   as  .was   evidenced   by  one  of. the  shift  bosses, who had worked many years in  the   mine, finding   the ore which   the  drill had failed  to ' locate.    Sometime  previous to  the  closing   down   of the  mine, the late G. B. McAuley proposed to sink a 500-foot tripple compartment working shaft south of the present shaft   and   open up   the   mine in  good   shape.    So near was   this   only  effort to properly develop the mine being carried-out, that the   bill,  for   the  .necessary lumber was under consideration, but   at the  eleventh   hour . the  order was countermanded and the old  hand to mouth work of getting enough  ore to keep the mill running   went  on  as usual.    Such obvious want   of con-,  fidence in the property on the part of  the management was most detrimental  and it is not surprising   that   the  old  IF your flour doesn't act-  right whom do you  blame? The grocer? He  didn't make it. The travelling" salesman told him  it was good and somebody  else told the salesman.  When you buy  Royal Household Flour  your protection comes from  us. We make it, know its  goodness and guarantee it  to both you and the grocer.  It is always sold under our  name and trademark, so  you cannot go wrong.  , Ask your grocer for Royal  Household Flour. It's the  key to better living.  Ogilvie Floor Mills Co., lid.  MONTREAL.  "Ogilvie's Book for a Cook," contains 130 pages of excellent recipes,  some never published before. Your  grocer can tell you how to get it FRlili.  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  ANK  Issues  Drafts  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received. Interest  credited twice a year.  BRANCHES  IN  CANADA  55  CAPITAL  $3,000,000 .M  RESERVE  $1,*00,000.N  ESTABLISHED  185*.  with those properties which are but one  remove from wild cats.  These few facts, well known to those  who have watched the career of the  mine, create the belief that with thorough and intelligent development the  best days of the Cariboo and Camp  j McKinney are not ancient history, but  belong very much to the future. The  timidity, so characteristic of the late  management, reminds one of the old  lines :  "He either fears his fate too much,  Or his desires are small;  Who dares not put it to the touch,  To win or lose it all."  Yours truly,  H.  N.  Drink   Dry   Gin  and.  P. Dawson's WKisKey  Greenwood Liquor Co.,  Greenwood, B C,  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at. Greenwood. Grand Forks, Midway,   EJ.olt and  nil   the other   |  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters for Boundary:   1 GREENWOOD, B.C.   0  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  AND GET THE BOUNDARY  MINING NEWS. $2 PER  Ol-BtBOO  STAMP  MILL.  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your  supply  of Fire Wood,  either   for   immediate use  or > for the  future.    All orders promptly[filled.  GENERAL    SANITARV    AND   SCAVENGER  WORK DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.  D. L. Mclntomimy  City Scavenger,      *  TEL. No. B32.        PHOENIT, B.C.  The Pioneer's Annual  The Pioneer Publishing Company  of Phoenix is out with an   announcement relating to a fourth annual  number, which will appear about January  ist    The Boundary district was never  in so prosperous a condition  with   its  mines and smelters producing aud reducing some 4,000 tons of gold-copper  ore daily, and it is certain that Editor  Willcox will keep pace with the  spirit  of the times in publishing an edition  worthy of the  Boundless   Boundary.  This year's Pioneer  Annual will have  many new features profusely illustrated  with half-tone engravings.  Chrlsnag Excursions.  Excursions to Eastern Canada,  $83.45, including all points in Ontario  west of Montreal and south of Graven-  hurst. Corresponding rates to all points  in Quebec and the maritime provinces.  Tickets on sale Nov. 24th to Decem-  Jber 31st. M. M. Stevens, agent G. N.  R'y, Phoenix, B. C.  Municipality of Phoenix,: B. C.  Notice Is heieby Kiven that the fr st sitting of  the Court or Revision for revisinKauc! correcting  the Voters' r,i.it for Ihe yenr 19*7, will be held in  Council Chamtv rs, City Hall, Phoenix, B. C.,on  Friday, the Jist day of Decembor, 1906, at :  o'clock p. 111.  Dated at Phoenix, D. C, this loth day  of   De  eember, 1906.  D.J. MATUKSON,  City Clerk.  (PHONE 34.)  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURD0CK HclNTYRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Livery   Equipment  Have taken   over   the   Lumber   Yard  and will carry  a   full   stock.  BRY   WOOD    IN    ANY    QUANTITY  rrompt  Attention  to   orders  at any hour of day or night.  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  A practical book of nearly a thousand pages, useful to all and nreeaearv to  most men engaged in auy branen of tie Copper Industry.  Its facts will pasa muster with the trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the every-day man.  It ia a dozen books in one, covering the History, Uses, Terminology, '.ieog-  raphy, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances and Statistics <>i'  Copper.  It��gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.  It lists and describes 3,8-ti) copper mines and companies, in all parts uf the  world, descriptions running from two lines to 12 p.iges, according to importance  of the property.  Che COPPER HANDBOOK is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  The miner needB the book for tho facts it gives him abuiit mines, mining and  metal.  The investor needs the book for the facts it gives him about Mining Investments and Copper Statistics. Hundreds of Swindling Companies are exposed  in plain English.  Price is $5 ,in Buckram, with gilt top; $7.50 in full library morocco. Will  be sent fully prepaid, on approval, to anv address ordered, and may bo returned  within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block. Houghton   Mich.. U. S. A.  ���if  Phoenix Livery Stable  D.    J,     McDonald.      Prop.  Everything New �����  RRIAGES    AM)    OTHER    RIGS  IORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  HUN I.) RE I:> CORDS OF DRV   WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share ol the public  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR.  BANNER ST., PHOENIX,  B. C. 1'F    PHOKNIX   PTONFKP.  ���o-  -o.  Leading Hotel of Boandsry's Uidlcf  Wining Clap  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First Su,  PHOENIX, B. C  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good sample Rooms.  J. A  MeMASTER  Provricior.  is:  sn  dominion Ibotel i  &,&-&-9' ���*r-*'-*ir0^r^��--'**''  | In and Around Phoenix |  W brikf  TOPICS   OF   LOCAL   ANH   O.KNKKM. A  WS ���** INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS- '_��  /��\ wM* ���<���>  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Boyle, the Unngist.  Don': forget Boyle is the Druggist. "j     Dr. Mathison, dentist,  Bank Block',  Hannam's milk suffers no  addition- Jan. 10th to 14th, inclusive,  or subtraction. The skating   rink is expected  to be  Before  buvins vour furniture else I open next week.  where, call on R. J. Gardner. !     Next Wednesday   Biner   and James  Prescriptions properly   prepared by j will give a dance at the miners' hall.  Bovle, the Druggist. '     A   dance   will   be   given   by   the  Woodchoppers wanted.    Inquire of) Knights of Pythias on Christmas night.  I. 1. Bassett, Hartford Junction. j     Sewing machines to rent at  $3   per  SeeMISs McDonald,   milliner,   for!month. See Miss McDonald, milliner,  sewing machines and supplies. I     Phoenix   Rebekah   Lodge   No.   17  Loveisof dancing will have a chin�� 'gave a basket social Thursday evening.  Notice.  All persons indd ^   the  Reco  Laundry are requested to pay on or  before Jan. 10th, 1907. AH bills not  paid'by .that date will be placed for  collection.* A, D. McKenzie.  CUT GLAS!  KOK    THE  HOLIDAYS  OFFERING  ��to 3ronsi&e3 Hvc,  This is tbe Largest Hotel to the City  ���ad has been implored and refitted,  txtng well adapted for mining and  travelling men. BsUarocm. Btr well  stocked with choice good*. Dining  Rood under personal charge of the  proprietress.  Ipboetiif, 3SS.C  Mrs. P. L KcKElVEY. Prop.  ci^omc No. 77.  this year to dance the Old Year out  and,the New Year in, as a ball will be  given New Year's eve for the benefit of  the hospitsJ.  Roman Karatopsky   dic-d   yesterday  aftet an extended illness, at his   home  The Roscian Opera Company m  their latest big comic opera success,  "Said Pasha," tonight.  By next week . the curling rink  is expected to be in condition for the  commencement of the season in Phoe-  .Deane's Hotel.  DANNY DEANE, Prop.  This new house is now open  for inspection. Everything new-  neat and clean. Heated by hot.  water.  Meals at all Hoars, served in  the style which has . alreadv  made this bocse famous. Try  oar Snnday dinner, of which  we make a "specialty. Ii yon do  you'll come again.  First St., on ;he Bra%e.  Phoenix, B. C.  back of  Brooklyn  avenue,   leaving  a  nix for the roarin' t;ame.  widow and little child, he having beun       Thfi   MorrislDouglas Vaudeville Co.  troubled with rheumatism. The tuneral ��� have ensaged the opera house for one  will likely be hold today or   tomorrow.  ^^   ^]y>   ^.^.^  January  2Q  Thursday evening's proposed boxing and running till the end of June���21  match   between   Barne)   Mullin   and ] nights in ail.  Jack Reilly did not materialize at the' gtuart q^^o^ a carpenter helper  opera house, lor lack of an audience. at lhe Gran, mineSi fe��� 30 or 30  Mullin savs he is to box in Revelstoke; feet on Wednesday, breaking a leg  this month, and then go to Calgary. and sustainina olht.r injuries. He is  and Edmonton. ; being ��� C3LTed for at ,he hospital.  IV F. Godenrath well known all: Fn-d ��� December 2Sth> the Polma-  thromh the Boundary, was married j ^ sis[ers ���.;��� ;Ve Qne q{ their sp,en.  hist week I nursday at Seattle, to Miss , djd musicaienterta,nments, which many  Lva 15 Puncan. I he happy couple , ^ lookj forR.ard tQ ^ pleasurable  will make iheir homo at Vancouver.^^ ^ .,., CQme un(Jer lhe  where   Mr. Godenrath   has   char- of; ^ of lhe Plloenix Curling Clun.  the office of The Week.    Many friends  wish the couple a long life of happiness.  Sunday evening'an alarm brought  the fire department out, the b'aze being in a small dwelling owned by J. W.  Stewart, of Everett, Wash., and occupied by VV. Hobbel. being off Knob  liill, above. Second street. It was  quickly put out when a stream reached  it, but the building was badly damaged.  At 2:xo the same ineht another alarm  Monday afternoon and evening one  of the worst snowstorms of the year  visited this section, accompanied by a  high wind, making getting about anything but pleasant. Old timers assert  they never saw anything so severe in  Phoenix before. Sleighing now prevails in good shape all .over the Boundary.  McEwen, the hypnotist, held the  . . r r ,, boards at the opera house Monday  was turned in, some one being fearful j and TuesJa evedngs, drawing good  of a blaze on the dump of the Brook-, hcuses ^ nj hts His entertain.  lyn mine, from hot ashes. No damage jments were excelfentt and the majority  or chance of damage.         |of lhoS�� presenl \vere thoroughly mys-  jtified with lis clever work of various  TwWw^-^w-w-w-wWw^w-w-wSgw���..^ j kinds it "was McEwen's .first aopear-  "~ ^~ J ance in Phoenix, but   he  is trying   to  Stesn He*tei  Teltf hue A2*.  >4^%^^>^w>^���>^^%^^^^^^^^^^^^���^/^*/%^^^%',  ll  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop-  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy   and  well   furnished rooms.  ' Phoenix, B  C.  FURNITURE  Carpets in the piece.  Cotton IngTains and  Tapestry Squares.  Japanese Matting.  Linoleums and Table Oilcloth.  FULL URES OF BEDDING.  PRICES RIGHT- ���A CALL INVITED.  R. J. GARDNER,  HARDY BIOCK       -���   - PHOENIX. B.C.  ; S arrange for a return date here soon.  1  i     Friday even-ng, Dec. 21, Balfes ttn-  | mortal ballad opera,   "The   Bohemian  J1 Girl," will be presented by the Roscian  J1 Opera Company.   "I Dreamt I Dwelt  |jin Marble Halls,"- "Then  You'll   Remember   Me,''   'The  Heart   Bowed  1 i Down." "The Fair   Land   of Roland"  ! and ''Bliss Forever Past" will be sung  I in the opera by Miss Lucia Nola, Mr.  t i Frank   Walters,   Mr.    Hoffman,    and  ++.*\mw^.��***0*.a>0*0**^++j*0i*; ' Miss Carrie Godfrey.  ���sMM^ssM  Under New Management     A    IflVCSt    Yottf     MoflCV  Domlstoo A venae  PALACE flEAT MARKET  nOMIXION AVE , PHOENIX, B.C.  Fresh and  Salt Meats.  Tei. X0I12. Fish,  Poultry and  Oysters.  No preseniismcre acceptable  than a choice piece of Gut  Glass.  We have absolutely the finest  assortment ever brought to  Phoenix, including goods from  Hawkes and Gowans, Kent &  Co.   Inspection invited.  GEORGE E. DEY,  JEWELER  KNOB HILL AVE.    PHUEMX, B C.  Afi^l   aj**  $jW*  We are showing a large line of Gold Jewelrv,  such as NECKLETS, LOCKETS, BROOCHES.  PENDANTS, CHAINS, etc, all solid 10 kt. or  14 kt. gold. Different sizes and weights. Also  Solid Gold and Gold Filled WATCHES in all  sizes; and -as fur prices, we are selling a 17 Jewel  WALTHAM or ELGIN . in 2o-ytar Gold Filled  Case for the low price of $12 complete, and you  will find our other'lines priced equally low when  you consider the quality. We stand back of  every article we sell ancl guarantee it to give entirt-  satisfaction.  E. A, BLACK,  ��l The Jeweler I*  Knob Hill Ave. hoenix, B. ('.  m&**o*o*m**orig>o^oW*f*a0m  OPERA   HOUSE,  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER   15  RETURN    OF     THE    FAVORITES  The Roscian Opera Company  IN  THE   LAUGHING   COMIC   OPERA   SUCCESS  66 d��~��3.#"i     r^-^. ^u�� 9��  A   WHIRLWIND 'OF   MUSIC   AND    MERRIMENT    PRESENTED    BY   THE    PREMIER   SINGING  COMPANY.  PRICES   $J.OO   and   75c.  THE PASHA  MARCH IN "SAID   PASHA."  f?    Real Estate and Mines  /        Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  ^ ^ leading mines bought and sold.  t  Information ' about   Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  In Such Legitimate Shares' as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW. Real  estate was never so low, and money will be made in buying business and residential property. Every residence  in Phoenix is rented. Business is good. Buy now, and  get the advance.  MINING CLAIMS AND STOCKS-k SPECIALTY  Idaho Slocks Will Bring Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  Granby    Hcckls. _    Dominion ..���  ��� I      Idaho Mont. S.._ __   International Coal          J      Sonora (Coeor d'A.)     Alhambra (Coeur d'A.)��� _ j         =.���,���  Copper King    j      Snowstorm    Oro Deuoro    i      Stuart : _���    Surke    _ _  j      Furnace Cr. (Cala.)      Bullion    !      Sullivan  _  .  Happy Day.  _  I      Skylark   Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phenix, B. C  FRIDAY   EVENING,    DECEMBER    2 i  ^The  Bohemian   Girl"  "I Dreamt I  Dwelt in  Marble Halls."  "Then You'll Remember Me."  ��� mih^i^ Mss&BffisaraassaB BSSBrasess m ass  _��  ^**4 _ lAJi.'l'*. ._        " ���     fa* BEST, theapest  and most satisfactory'';  Clothing in Phoenix.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  <�� Phoenix, B.C.  mmm  m$YYY::  Hm-,i-'--r- ;������'������ i-v:  t^ti'4 < "'-���  j;|TS;i ;';;'-���.  ;  ���'..''    .      .-       v  rnztY.:.  MWi ���.���'������:"':'  . :- ���'���'.'���.'��������� -������'."���[. y..'S  :' ���.;-:'-" Y'.'/[Y::  if ���;;���'" ������. -v-  -,A'Ai:-':'.\r���'���''' '.'���; ������' "  ,   '    ;    \    ���,-'<    -   '"���'���    "���'���A','   '���:.'������������'  '$f'&YkY-y\  V-vy;v\>^>:^.-i'v'S  |p:||0;&;.;.i;;;  :.':-l-y. yy':. "^''y^M  fit ���;. ;i'i''- .,���'.;.".��� ':��� .'���;.' ���. -  -.";,������','. 'L--:''.'^*>, ���:"''-'' i ;��� .  Lff wi^'.5*- ���:'������������'.f'���.;'..  ��� ��� ��� .���.���;.���  ���;��������� .,��� ;"���*$' .������, .-.'\' 'f,.'*!'  ������i-Y'-Y- ��� "���,*<���.'>���/.-:f^'-Y-''Yr  |^'J;J:Jl:',:.i,~l:.-,- :.;-���:'.  ;;���;!���; ; ;S';.- ���.*>*���'"{Y^. ''���'v '���������;'^.  fflfc^rV-'i''. '���'':'? ���Y%^'  !Y::yC^Y-i: Y^y^Sy *  MBgf ���-,"���'" :';;'--���'���.':'  ���>;���'��� ��� ' -���'.".',-���- ���;.:,.J.��� ���;.''���   ';���' '-���  Hii\i^:>^t';.;.'v.'  ���;;^;;::'''!'';v*,:vS-K'''V-:'::;-''':.:;'  m$YYy.'^-'!  iYY^;^Y::.  SSvU.''i-i'^.f;'-rk  :',;'���'.v'-V..'J'?;-i:z:\ :���:'���'������'--������-  WtYYYY'^'  ���'��� '"'''^''^;.':- ::*'. ��� '��� ';*:-'-v!  m'fik0-'^Y:'  Y^YY^Yii  'TOw.-i':.���;.;;-?>��� -./.'.',..;..;  ������'���/��� "-;'!v^.'    ���",r-��lt'i .rs-'jui-sV ���������::'.-)-���  Iltii  "k^MiM^M"  Slsfew^^^v^rf  *:-Hv;.':'yi',:vv:,';.;:i  BINNSf FURNITURE STORE  Carload   Shipment  General    Furniture  Has Arrived  .Latest Styles and Designs���rCheap and Medium Priced  >PECIAL~Iron bed, good spring, thwe-qnarter and  fall sire, $8.50  each.   This is big valne.    Come and inspect.  .   .   BINMS  .   /  FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING.  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of-satisfied ,.  customers.    If you don't   oelieve  it come "���'_'  _and ^ejtamine goods.  A Ftf 0 Line of Undcrwea*, Shirts, Sfeocs, Ties,ctc,  . . - inst arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices. :\ "  THOMAS BRO#3S^:  Men's Wear Exclusively. KN0B mSfl^^oisix.  s��  I:  Holiday Gifts  SANTA CLAUS IS HERE  and our STOCK is MUCH LARGER  THAN EVER BEFORE.    No need to  send away for Christmas  Present-.     We ^  have them in endless variety, suitable for -  all, old and young*.  Your Inspection Invited.  We know you will find  what } ou  want l   re.  Early Buying Advised to Avoid the Crowds ...cr on.  ie Dros J SiUl  KNOB  HILL AVE.  m imBmsm ��*sjiim�� tf^��^g m  k^^^Mmm^^^^^i^M^m  r6raoToTo:o.o.o.oc>xio.ojo.oj3jo.oooo.ooj  5�����<S��S��2i(?^X5SerS!��S)^  oenix sseet  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the  Best Beer in the Boundary. With the Best Malt  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for  quality.     Insist   on   having  PHOENIX   BEER.  m< William fmtter to. Eft  Bmninion Attrtutr.  Sprinc Water Ice for Sale. Bottled Beer and Porter.  I Phoenix B$*cwmg Company  BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  PHOENIX,' B.C.  -0~C ft 8 8 8 p fr g  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date   suit   you   ��i  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothm.:  for  winter.   We sell the kind tKat wear well and look wei!  Men's S&irtS You will find it hard to duplicate our hand  some 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,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you shouM  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shots  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy StfitS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks and three  piece suits, stilish.  See our line of ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Indies' ColiaK.  ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Undervre*r. Chiidien's  Wash I):esses.  Girls' and Bo\s' waist*.  Th�� WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  m

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