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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 29, 1906

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Array PIONEER   ANNUAL  Holiday    Number   for   1906.  e,ooo copies  Fully Illustrated       - Price 25 centi.  -^    VirTO^S��  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  ORDER COPIES EARLY  =^.=,For the -i  Pioneer Annual for 1906.  BETTER THAN EVER  150 IJJustrationf. Price 25 cents.  Eighth Year'.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY.  DECEMBER  29; 1906.  No,    6  6*'   *  -*J  i  ~r  >  t  I  S3  .ii  K's  m  m$  IB  ��S^^'9^^^^^^/9^S^9^'4T9/9^^^^^^  The Management and Staff of  The Big Store  wish their many patrons and  friends a very HAPPY and  PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR  1.   MAY IT BE A "BUMPER!"  ���*���.. We trust that with careful treatment and straight  forward treatment during 1907, we may merit a continuance ol the liberal patronage we have had during the  past year;  8  T *-*&     f^r <r-5r     &TO&&  I        K  E  Holiday  Gifh  Hardware Dept.  Shipments of Fancy China imported direct from Austria. Gifts can  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  the  HOLIDAY  Grocery  TABLE  Almonds  Filbeits  Walnuts  Chestnuts  lea-' n*'s  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*  sunset is A  GOOD MINE  Surprise    to    the    Dominion  Copper Co.  Rawhide   Mine   is   Looking  Splendidly.  Two claims of the holdings of the  Dominion Copper Co., among the  others, are showing up remarkably well  with extensive development. Both the  Sunset, which was the nucleus of the  original holding company, the Montreal and Boundary Creek Mining Co.,  and the Rawhide mine in Phoenix  came, 'are Icoking particularly well.  Much more satisfactory results, in fact,  are being obtained from the Sunset than  was ever anticipated by the ^present  management, and the property will  probably be equipped with a small air  compressor.  The following report, regarding the  Sunset" group, Deadwood camp, was  given out in lhe east:  "The Sunset mine of the Dominion  Copper Co. group,of properties; which  until recently was considered valuable  principally as a flux in smelting the  company's other ores, due to the per  centage of iron winch the Sunset ores  carried, is turning out to be a very  valuable property, its ores now carrying in addition to the iron an increasing percentage of copper.  "When the present management  took control of> the Dominion Copper  Co., the Sunset assays showed the ores  to carry .5% to .6% copper, with gold  and silver values enough in addition  to just about cover the cost of mining  and smelting, making this ore very valuable as a flux to the other ores  secured from the company's other  mines, the Rawhide, Brooklyn, Idaho  and Stemwinder, adjoining those of  the Granby Co. mines at Phoenix.  "The Sunset ores are now running  1.14% in copper, and the outlook is so  promising that engineer M. M. Johnson has laid out a system of development for the whole property.  "The Sunset is grouped with the  Crown Silver, the C. O. D. and the  Florence Fraction, all of which belong  to the Dominion Copper Co. and adjoin the Mother Lode, which is the  principal producer of the British Columbia Copper Co. Development  work is now being commenced on all  these properties. They are located on  the Canadian Pacific Railway, within  about six miles of the smelter. The  showing now being made by the Sunset is a pleasant surprise to the management."  Qreat Showing at Rawhide.  The extensive outcrops of ore found  on the Rawhide claim have been  proved at depth by means cf several  tunnels which have opened up im  mense bodies of ore, the limits of  which have not yet been found.  Na. 3 tunnel, where drifting on the  ore deposit is now going on, has  proved the existence ol the ore bodies  to a depth of some four hundred feet  below the outcrops.  In No. 4 tunnel eight hundred feet  of development work has been done,  all of which is in ore, and the size of  the bodies on this level are not yet determined.  Stopes have been started on this  level which will yield hundreds of  thousands of tons, and will in all probability break through to surface,  when the ore will be mined by the  "glory hole" method.  In the No. 3 pit, which is the latest  outcrop developed by the company, ���*.  face of excellent chalcopyrite and magnetite ore is exposed for a length of  one hundred and fifty feet and a depth  of forty feet.  A tunnel is being driven to cut this  ore body at deptii, and it is confidently  believed that this ore body will prove  to be as large as others encountered  on the property, and of a grade which  is fat above the average of Phoenix  ores.  Altogether, the recent development  at the Rawhide mine has proved that  the Dominion Copper Co. has in that  property a most valuable mine, and one  which will hold its own with any claim  in the camp in upholding the fame of  Phoenix as a mining camp of mam  moth ore bodies.  W. R.  WILLIAMS  FOR CITY  CLERK  Termorary Appointment Made  by City Council.  Last Wednesday the last meeting of  the city council in the year 1906 was  held, those present being Mayor Rum-  berger, and Aldermen Oxley, Brown,  Kane, Marshall and McKenzie. Arrangements were made for the holding  of the city elections, and the clerk  ordered to post notices in several  places and publish same in the local  paper. W. R. Williams was appointed  returning officer, and as D. J. Mathe-  son's resignation as city clerk takes  effect on December 31st, Mr. Williams  was temporarily appointed to that position. The nominations will be held  on January 13th and the polling, if  any, will take place on Thursday, January 17th.  Applications from W. D. Lawson  and M. M. Stephens were read for the  position of city auditor, and Mr.  Lawson was chosen to do the work for  1906.  The resignation of D. J. Matheson  as city clerk was accepted- by the  council with regret, and a vote ot  thanks tendered Mr. Matheson for the  very efficient manner in which he has  filled that position for the past three  or four years. A. B. Hood, was appointed as temporary city treasurer.  After approval of the following accounts bv the finance committee, they  were ordered paid :  M. Ii. Kane  $ 75  James McCague...........       3  D. L. Mclntominey.....'. . .      4  D. J. Matheson .    150  N. Binns      50  Pioneer Pub. Co.....      27  ELECTIONS ON  FEBRUARY 2D  Appeal to The People Set For  That Date.  Nominations    To   Be  January  i9th.  Held  Boundary Mining Notes  00  00  00  00  00  25  RAILWAYS ARE  NOW TO BLAME  For  Coke   Shortage  Boundary.  in  the  Output of Three Smelters Being Curtailed.  Unless the railways successfully  make some effort to relieve the car  shortage situation in the Boundary,  some of the district smelters will find  it necessary to materially restrict the  tonnage now being reduced. In fact,  the situation is becoming more and  more acute daily, as it is more and  more apparent that the railways lack  the power to move cars.  The particular shortage is in moving  the coke fast enough to keep the  smelters in blast. All of them are  running from hand to mouth, as it  were. One day this week the Granby  smelter did not have sufficient coke on  hand to last a couple of hours even,  when a little relief was had. It is the  same with the Dominion Copper Co.'s  smelter at Boundary Falls, and the  B.C. Copper Co.'s Greenwood smelter  can operate but one fnrnace on this  account. In fact, the management  finds itself busy to get coke enough to  run one furnace, let alone the other  two, which are now all ready for blowing in. It is scratch, scratch, scratch  all the time to secure coke enough to  do any business at all. The Snowshoe  mine yesterday had 24 cars of ore at  the B. C. Copper Co. smelter, that  could not be imioaded because the ore  could not be used in the congested  condition ofthe smelter as regards ore  supplies. The same thine; applies, to  a greater or less extent, with the other  smelters.  There seems to be coke enough now  at the collieries, but the railway companies can either not get cars enough,  or they cannot furnish the power to  haul the cars. Either way it is working a decided hardship on the mining  and smelting industry in the Boundary,  and should be remedied in some manner at once.  Official announcement has been sent  out from Victoria that the legislative  assembly has been dissolved by Lieutenant-Governor Dunsmuir, and that  an election will be held on Saturday,  February 2d next, the nominations to  take place on Saturday, January 19th,  just two weeks previously. At the  same time comes the statement that  Hon. R. F.Green, chief commissioner  of lands and works in the cabinet, has  handed in his resignation. Writs for  the election have been sent out, and  the battle of the ballots will soon be  on in earnest. In some ridings nominations have already been made, in  anticipation of early elections, and in  others they will be made with as little  delay as possible.  While the Liberal organs of the  province have been saying that they  expected an election any time in the  last year, the announcement of its  being called undoubtedly finds them  unprepared for the fray. However,  they are getting ready as fast as possi  ble, and are reported to have pursuad-  ed William Wallace Bruce Mclnnes,  governor of the Yukon, who has just  been on a trip to Ottawa, to ' take off  his coat and give them some much-  needed help. Mr. Mclnnes is not  new to British Columbia politics, and  along with Joseph Martin, who always  keeps things lively when he takes a  hand, he will likely do a lot of electioneering in the next few weeks. Joe  Martin is leaning towards -the labor  vote, but that does not fool many.  The Conservatives are well organized in almost every part of the moy-  ince, and'tncyioolc i<jf victory, arid an  endorsement of the administration of  Hon. Richard McBride.  FOR CANDIDATE  IN THIS RIDING  First  Hockey   Game.  In the initial game of the season,  Phoenix went down to defeat at the  hands of the Greenwood Hockey team,  the score beiug 3 to 2, wh-'ch is a fair  indication of the play. Considering the  fact that the Phoenix boys have bad  no practice this winter, they did re  markably well. Lafferty at point and  Robertson at cover played a star  game. Wade in goal, stopped some  hot ones, while the forwards, Mc  Queen, Carmichael, McKelvey, Law-  son and Cole played a speedy game.  Greenwood" "Weary Willie" was the  star, and time and again he made  some brilliant runs, only to lose die  puck to I^afferty. Greenwood will play  a return game here next week.  SherMno-Labelle Wedding.  At 6:30 Wednesday morning a pretty  wedding was celebrated, when Miss  Lena Labelle and Victor M. Sherbino  were united, the ceremony being per  formed according to the rites of the  Catholic church by Rev-. Father J. A.  Bedard. Miss Labelle had Miss Edith  Jewell, of Grand Forks, as bridesmaid,  while Joseph Labelle, brother of the  bride, supported the groom, the wedding taking place at the residence of  the bride's parents, at the Cottage  hotel. The bride and bridesmaid were  dressed in white, and after a wedding  breakfast, the bridal couple left on the  Great Northern train for Spokane, on  a wedding trip, and will settle clown  to housekeeping on their return here  next week. Mr. Sherbino is the local  manager for P. Burns & Co., and is  also secretary of the Phoenix General  hospital, anci has many friends here,  while the bride is also favorably known  here to a wide circle of acquaintances.  The Phoenix   Steam   Laundry Co.,  Ltd., has been gazetted at Victoria.  Conservatives   Choose Today  at Grand Forks.  This morning the Conservative convention, to nominate a candidate to  contest Grand Forks riding in the  forthcoming provincial election, will be  held at Grand Forks,  Wednesday evening the Conservatives of Phoenix met and elected officers as follows : President, W. R.  Williams* vice-president, W. X. McDonald; secretary-treasurer, A. S.  Hood. Matters relating to the coming  campaign were discussed, and it was  the unanimous opinion that with a  united front the Conservatives could  win in this campaign in this riding,  and all over the province, as they did  in the last provincial elections. The  following were chosen to attend the  nominating convention today in Grand  Forks: O. N. Galer, W. X. McDonald, C. H. Flood, William H. Dock-  steader, R. B. Boucher, W. R. Williams, D. Oxley, G. L. McNicol, Isaac  Crawford, A. S. Hood, J. O. Church,  Palmer Cook and W. J. Pierce. The  alternates selected were : G. W. Rum-  berger, D. B. Morkill, G. E. Dey and  J. A. McMaster.  Phoenix is entitled to eleven votes  in the convention, and some of the  names mentioued in connection with  the nomination are E. Miller and D.  Whiteside of Grand Forks, and G. W.  Rumberger, of Phoenix. Whoever is  the nominee of the convention, it is  certain that the rest of the delegates  will pledge themselves to give him their  hearty support.  President Mark F. Madden, of the  Providence Mining Co. is expected to  arrive iu Greenwood early in January.  1 he tonnage from Boundary mines  is somewhat curtailed this week on account of Christmas, when most of the  miners were given a holiday.  Granby Consolidated's fifth dividend  is payable next Monday, December  31st, and amounts to $4c 5,000, making a total of $1,753,000 paid to date-,  by this company in dividends.  At ��he Mountain Rose, Summit  camp, ore bunkers are being constructed on the C. P. R. spur, with a long  trestle and tramway, which will entirely do away with the wagon haul which  has heretofore been necessary.  Report comes from the Similkameen district that reprsentatives of  the Dominion Copper Co. have taken  a bond on the No. 14 group of copper  claims on Copper mountain, some nine  miles from Princeton. The claims are  owned by Emi! F. Voight, and representatives of the bonder are'expected  out there soon to make arrangements  for some exploratory work.  ���  D. M. Mcintosh, for several years  shiftboss at the LeRoi No. 2, in Rossland, has been selected as .superintendent of the British Columbia Copper  Cp.'s Mother Lode mine, he having  arrived at the mine this week. S. C.  Hoi man, who has had charge there for  several years, gives up his position on  the 31st inst., and will move to Spokane, where his parents live.  With the end of 1906 Boundary  mines will have shipped a grand total  of approximately 4,645,000 tons of ore  in six and a half years, with an estimated value of $25,000,000, and having an estimated coppei contents of  100,000,000 pounds p.s a minimum.  In 1906 the Boundary production of  copper is estimated at close to 30,000,-  000 pounds, figuring on an average recovery of 25 pounds to the ton of ore.  CONTEST FOR  MAYOR'S CHAIR  G. W. Rumberger and  D.  Matheson in the Race.  J.  City Election to be Held January J 6th.  ence, ,  around  McLeod Held for Trial.  '--> miirnincr -Jaclt    MoPcnllj,  *J, who was under the influ-  116*.yed Norman McLeod  from one place to another,  trying to make trouble. McLeod kept  away from him, but McDonald came  on him unawares and struck him. in  the face. At the time McLeod had  his knife out and made a pass at McDonald, the knife penetrating McDonalds stomach slightly. McLeod gave  himself up to the policej while McDonald was taken to the hospital,  where his injuries are not pronounced  very serious unless some complications  set in.  McLeod was arraigned Thursday  before Police Magistrate Williams, being defended by solicitor McLeod, of  Greeenwood. Testimony of witnesses  was heard, and it seemed plain that  McDonald was the aggressor,' but the  judge could do nothing but hold McLeod for a higher court.  This year there promises to be an  interesting contest in Phoenix for the  mayor's chair, the announced candidates thus far being Mayor G. W.  Rumberger and D. J. Maiheson, who  has been city clerk for several years  last past. Both men are evidently in  the fight to win, and the friends of  both are now busily engaged in taking  stock of the voters' list, which was certified to by the court of revision and  printed and issued this week. The  voters' list has 173 names on it this  year, just about the same as last.year,  in addition to which there are 16  names of those outside the city limits  who are entitled to cast votes for  school trustees only.  Apparently there will also be full  aldermanic tickets in the field in both  the east and west wards, and a canvas  is being made of the aldermanic timber  available. Some members, at least, of  the 1906 council will stand for.re-election, while others do not wish to have  their names put up again. No definite  announcements have yet been made  regarding candidates for councilmen,  and they may not be made till the day  of nomination, two weeks from next  Monday.  On account of the change in the  municipal elections act, by which the  voters' list was closed earlier this year  than last, there are quite a number of  citizens who failed to register and get  their names on the list.  Thus far rhere does not appear/o be  any-cuiiWst for the position of "fihool  trustees.       Sloiln? Christmas Carols.  About two o'clock Christmas morning a party of some 30 Cornishmen,  mostly from the Mother Lode mine,  arrived in town, and proceeded to serenade a number of places, singing  Christmas carols in front ofthe various houses. Foreman Sampson, of  the Brooklyn mine, was one of those  favored in this way at his residence,  and like a true Cousin Jack, it was appreciated by him as well as by others.  It took them back to old times in the  old country when this was a regular  custom.  Latest Prices in Metals.  New York���Copper, electrolytic, $23.-  50@*23.75;  lake.  -523.50 @ $24.00.  Bar .Silver, 69M  Lead . tti.OO to *6 25.  BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.  NAME OF COMPAIf V.  Double Masonic Installation.  ���Thursday evening a double Masonic  installation of officers took place in  Masonic hall in Phoenix, the officers  of Greenwood Lodge No. 2Sand King  Edward Lodge No. 36 being inducted  to office by District Deputy Grand  Master George E. Dey. About 20  Masons from Greenwood were present,  and the lodge room was crowded with  members of the craft. Following the  ceremonies all sat down to a supper  provided in the banquet room of the  lodge, and a most pleasant social ses  sion was held. New officers of the  two lodges who took office on the festival of St. John the Evangelist, were :  {".REKNWOOD.      OFFICE.      PHOENIX.  li, G. Warren...Master...J. J. Strutzel.  fas. W. Grier...Sr.Ward...T. Roderick.  F.W.McLaine... Jr. Ward...G.D.Turner.  W.G. McMynn..Treas.... W.B. Willcox.  J. S. Birnie Sec G. Ii. Dey.  G. Eustis  Tyler Hugh Reed.  . Cariboo-McKiuney���gold _.:....  , Granby Consolidated���copper.  ,' Providence���silver   CAPITA!..  $ 1,350,000  15,000,000  DIVIDENDS  Issued  1,250,000  1,350,000  31.00  Paid  1906  li  fio  *5  215.��oo  Total   j  to Date I  Latest  Date  Am  Per  Sh.  .    546,837   Feb. 1904  l,3lS,63o;Sept tooo  3S,224,Sept. 1906  ���30  ���SO  <**4HW**:**f#**4f&t!*&*+&+*+** ^p****^***************'*'*'*'***  ������������������"��������� ,  DHL*   29. [906  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. ;  for ic,oj, ii,r 4  ���  ���  & The following table given the ore shipments of Boinidarv  mines   tor 1900  a 1902, for 1903, for 1904, for 1905, and 1906, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer ���  J as. C. Dale  J.I. Keeney  ...Chaplain -  ....Sr.I)eac....O. N.  Gal or.  M.I'.Christophcr. [.Deac.D.B.Morkill.  ,V. Flson Steward... R. S. Fraser.  J. Barclay   Steward V.M.Sherbino.  Jas.McCreath...l.G    E.Foyle-Smith . .Organist    A.E.BraithwaiteL>.ofC....\V. J. Pierce.  $% Mink. Cami*.  ���   Granby Mines.. Phoenix  Snowshoe Phoenix  B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwood  B  C. Mine Summit  Km ma Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Bonnie Belle,  Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  Hroolcly 11 -Stumwndr.. Phoenix  Idaho  Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athelatan Jackpot-Wellugtn.  ��� Morrison Deadwood  *      R. Bell Summit  ���.Senator Summit  Brey Kogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King Summit  A Winnipeg Wellington  a Golden Crown Wellington  *  King Solomon W. Copper  ��� 3ig Copper W. Copper  $ No. 7 Mine Central  ^ City of Paris White's            2,0  ^  I'll >l  1900  64.553  297  1901  231.762  '.731  1902  3��9.��SS  20.SOO  1903  393,715  71.212  1004  549.703  1905  ">5.*.!is9  1906  Si.i,v*6  8,420  Week  1 1.141  ovo  5.340  99.034  Ml.3��  1JS.079  I74.*9*>  174.567  104,120  3.450  19.494  47.405  650  14.SI1  8.530  19,305  22,937  ���5.537  37.9*o  16,400  9.4>5  3.007  2c  1..U5  12,^81  5.404  397  !  J  1,076  2,250  ��75  ��5  �� Jewel  A Carnii   Y Sally   V Kambler    a Butcher Boy...  -    Duncan   Providence   Klkhoru   Strathmoie....  I'reston   Prince Henry ,  Skylark   Last Chance....  H. 1". U. Mine.  ��� Bay   Mavis   A Don Pedro   T Crescent   ��� Helen    Long Lake  ...WestKork      ...West Pork      ..West Pork      ...West Pork      ....West Pork      ...Providence      .. Providence      ..Providence       Skylark       Skylark       Skylark       Skylark       Skylark       Skylark      , Skylark       Skylark       Skylaik       Greenwood      Ruby Boundary Palls      Republic Boundary Palls      Miscellaneous  3.230  Total, tons     90.600  Smeller treatment���  tiranby t'o     62.3S7  B. CCopperCo   Dominion  Copper Co   3'o5��  3.070  3.*50  '.759  4.5S6  65.73'  7.455  15,73>  5.646  3.339  3.056  4,747  ��� SO  560  303  3.450  222  364  33  1,833  J.435  33  150  7*5  625  ........  482  2 060  890     30  ���45  79  140 O.^S  J.960  26,03'  4��..W��  .'.555  993  400  720  325  5'  50  300  535  6-Sy  255  73  10  40  90  So  586   u1  Sf  76  9  iS  1,140  40  l.|o  IS  5-9  ���  '���  ���  ������  ������  ���    A  ���  3.456  300..S00  230,.-, 2S  117,611  3*5  5oS.f>;��  "-12,340  14-1,000  o.yo.419   K2M,SoS  9.7,54a l,l".( l;i    22,  401,921  162.913  13*.S7^  S'.o^s--  210.484  .W.M30  O-VS Ji.^Ai,-  \l*i 1 .'Mill  348,439 400,940 H97,4"4 837,6(6 982.-877 I.l��l.M'. 21,63.1 y  ���I-.. THE   PHOENIX   PTONEk^.  I fi��i  i  t''  V.l  m  5t*i  <0  A Coward  is worse than a cup of sack  with lime in it" says Falstaff, or  as���bad as a cup of ordinary tea  after once using  Tlie Phoenix Pioneer  Aad Bot.Di:ry Mining Josa-oaJ.  r ��itcid��t�� st rx��  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  it FWH-arac k. c.  W. B.WILLCOX. Mamaock  TeAej>bo��es * n,^,^, ,  | Basxaes* o��ce Xo. i*.  ��� Ill III I II IM XV lOTUU.  t^rttaz  BtxHoclfe*-.  i. JS  ITtos are ao( a ���afeacr ber to this paper, tala  li u lnvitattoe to too to become one.  Ad��crt*au�� tales) laraiaheo. on application.  Legal notices la and s ceaU per line  Foot weekly InaertJonsconatltirte one taonlh'a  a irert ��tni  1906   DEC.  1906  Sua. Mas. Taa��. Wad. Tri.  Ff.. Sit.  2  ,3  4  5  6  ���9  10  II  12 13  16, .17  18  19, 20..  23 >24 25  2^ 27  1 3�� 3i  1  7  8  14 15  21  22.,  28/ ��9-  So far this winter the Liberals1 bave  not-said much in Grand Forks riding.  If they have a strong man in view for  legislative honors, he is yet to be  named.  Nosr, the Pioneer  is   hself something  of  an   optimist,  and   notwithftanding  the production of 1,175,000 tons   be  foro 1006 is   finally closed, we   hardly  look for an increase of nearly  100 per  cent  in  our  output   in   1907.    This  year showed an approximate   increase  of 40 per cent over 1905, and a similar increase m the year  to come will  give us   a total  of say 1,500.000 for  the next calendar  year.    That   would  do very well of itself, and we shall feel j  that the progress is substantial when it  eventuates.  Christmas Dividends.  j     Dividends   and   interest    disburse-  j ments on Canadian   secumies  durinj-  ] the present month will   aggregate   two  and one-half million dollars, says the  Rossland Miner.     No less than   four-  1 teen of the thirtv five chartered   banks  ' will pay quarterly or   halt-yearly dividends, amounting to upwards of  $i,-'  6oo,coo.    Many industrial  companies  will pay interest on rapital   stock  and  on bonds, while the Granby and  some  of the Cobalt companies will pay dividends amounting to large sums.  Then there are a   large  number  -of  close coiporations, whicn never publish  their divindends, and these combined  will swell the list probably 10 310,000,-  000 for the month.     This shows how  prosperous the country is, and to what  large    proportions   the  financial,   industrial and   mining corporations are  growing.    The   shares   of   these corporations are held by many thousands  of people,   some   owning   a   few   and  others   thousands   of   shares   of   the  stock.    Toe dividends will be a  great  help to all who receive ;hem in   making Christmas pleasant for   themselves  and their friends.  King of Ail Cough Medicines.  Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier 01  Canton Centre, Conn , who has been  in the U. S. service for 16 years, *ays :  ���'We have tried many cough medicines  for croup, but Chamberlain's cough  remedy is king of all and one to be relied on every time. We also find it  the best remedy for coughs and colds,  giving certain results and leaving no  bad after effects." Sold by all drugaisis.  ONLY A CUP OF TEA  But if it's from a Sealed Lead PacKet of  99  CEYLON   TEAS  GREEN  BLACK GREEN MIXED  Highest Award St. Louis, 1904.  2     p. 0.  Box 56. Phoenix Market. 'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cared Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  0<>00<K>0-(><><><K>  Golden    g  >[1otel  Besr Wines  Liquors and  Cigars  [.Close to 6. P. R. Depot. Electric]  Lighted. Dining   Room   in  Charge of R. Rundell.  Patronage of the Public Solicited <  GEORGE SCHULLI, Prop.  ^OOOOOOOOh  Cure for Sore Nipples.  As soon as the child is done nursing  apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipeu off  with a soft cloth before allowing the  child to nurse. Many trained nurses  use this with tbe best results. Price,  25 cents per box. Sold by all druggists.  Sink AbmwI K. oi P. Ball  Christmas night Phoenix Lodge, No  28, Knights of Pythias, gave its sixth  annual ball at the opera bouse���and  it was cne.of the most successful events  of the season, the hail having rarely  had a larger crowd than on .this occasion. The music was all. that could  be desired, furnished, in. the best style  of the James and Biner orchestra.  Some.of the dancers from the outside  were from Greenwood, Midway, Eholt,  and Grand Forks, and they all voted  having a most, delightful time, the committee in charge leaving nothing undone for their enjoyment. Supper was  served at Deane's hotel aboutmidnight  and dancing was kept up "till nearly  four.thenexi-mornVrif;.      r"   F~^~~~0T.  Greenwood Lodge, No. 29,"iC of  P., will give a ball���they call it the  seventh annual���on New Year's eve.  Dealers say that those who have used  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are quite loyal to them and cannot  be persuaded to  take any  substitute.  I Get a free sample at any drug store,  Stick a pin in here.    The man who give-them  a  trial  and  you, too, will  begins the new year by seeing tl at his  subscription to the local paper is paid  up, :can have a clear conscience and a  nicely . gotten up receipt. Both - are  worthwhile. ' Have you tried if? ;  Warm times in the dead of winter  will soon prevail in Phoenix, with hot  municipal and provincial contests' both  on within the next month., .There is  nothing like.having a plenty, of a good,  thing.        ��� ..   ���      ���     ���    . .  John Mclnnis is theiirstcandidate  nominated by either of the three politi-  calrparties in this riding. He was put  up'by the Socialists at their ;convention here last week, and will make a  good fight, but has little chance to win.  After guessing steadily for the past  six months or more, the Liberal organs  of this province hit upon the exact  date for the next appeal to the-people.  It.will be on February .2, and the Grit  papers discovered the fact, like others,  when the announcement came officially fiom Victeria.  D. J. Matheson states lhat he will  run for mayor of Phoenix in opposition  to G. W. Rumberger. Thus there is  certain to be a contest, and more  strenuosity in municipal politics in this  city than ever before. Several dark  horses are understood to be grooming  for the seats at the aldermanic board,  and walk-overs will not be the rule, if  signs count for anything. In any  event, there are likely to be some surprises.  want them in preference to any other,  ���They cure troubles, biliousness and  constipation.  Cbristaaaa Excursions.  ; Excursions to Eastern Canada.  $?3-45. including all points in Ontario  west of Montreal.and south oi Graven-  hurst. Corresponding rates to all points  in Quebec and the maritime provinces.  Tickets on sale Nov. 24'ih to December 31st. M. M. Stevens, agent G. N.  R'y.Thdehix.B. C.���*"  Hlltioi tbe Nail on tbe Head.  The Nicola Herald has a concise  aud lucid editorial on the subject ni  "Better Terms," from which ihe fallowing paragraph is taken. It sums  up the situation admirably :  "The question, of '.eiicr term-; i.-  being thoroughly muddled by the Liberal press of this province. -Tlu-y Miy  it is not a party question, and then  with all their puny miuht they tvvisi  and turn motives and statements to  suit their own ends, and in many cases  make raih statements the very reverse  of true. The statement that the  Premier refused the grant of $115,000  per annum is a gross libel and has  been done purely from political  motives, and it says little for the cause  which it is supposed to represent, when  the Liberal press continue to publish  these misstatements, and try to decry  the attitude of the premier on a question in which he should have the  whole souled support of everyone in  the province."  No Opium in  Chamberlain's   Cough   Remedy.  There is not the least danger in giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to  small children as it contain's no opium  or other, harmful drug. It has an established reputation of more than thirtv  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.  Dear Mother  Your .little-ones are a constant care m  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh'i  Coowmption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it na�� done for �� many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy, for all  <Wa��ei of the air passages in children.  It a absolutely harmless -and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c per bottle.  and all dealers in mrdicirw sell .- 314  Christmas Railway Rales.  The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  announces the usual tare and one-  third. Christmas and New Year rates  from and to all local points on western  lines.- Tickets will be placed on sale  December. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29,  36, 31 and Jan. 1, good returning until Jan. 3d. For detailed information  apply to local agents.  Markets at Greenwood. Grand Forks, Midwav,  Eliolt and  all  the  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and \ ukon.  other  Headquarters:  KELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary.:  GREENWOOD, B.C.  *-.^@:-*����S)<sX2X5*^  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MUKDOCK -MclNTYRF, Prop.  35  Horses,    Full   Livery   Kcpii-rni-M',  Have taken   over   the   Lumber.  Vard  ;i-d will carrv   a   full   stock.  >ltY   WOOD   IN    ANY   QUANTITY  Prompt Attention  tu   orders  at ouy  hour of day or nighl.  (���one 3i.*        Phoenix, B. C.  NOTICE.  To the Board <vf License Commissioners,  Phoenix, H. ('���  NOTICE i." luTi-liy jjivi'ii that llie un-  d��-r8ignt-��l will nl. tin- next mi't-tingnf lln-  Boiii-d "f L'rt'iw C>iiiiiiii8Hi(>Hcrs for 1 tic-  City of l'liounix Hi'plv'fni'11 t.r nafer of  a retail liquor license i��run ted in ii-pped  ofthe K110I1 Hill Hotel. Kirs-t Street,  Phoenix, B. 0. from W..L Morrison nnil  James Anderson to .lames MeAnlle anil  Junius Anderson.  Dated at I'll lenix, B. C, this- 5th (lav of  November, 19QU.  W.   J.    MoKKthON,  J AUKS AN'DKUSON.  I H; HAUbETT  Barrister, Solicitor  Notary I,  Coble Address:       HAI.1.KTT  (Bedford M'Nc-l'a  < Moictnic      Neol**  ( Leiber'a.  Gukknm,  Codes  I'.C.  tuck  cor,j i vT  SHAVING PAR,.(>,-/      '  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. Hirst (k Knob Hilt Ave.   I'llOr  "VII. (J.  KingEdwardLodv-,  A   F. ami A.   |  HeKiilai-Coiiiniiriiiciiii.s,. . ,'  oiidTriur��ln>.0(r|lc|,':    !'  Halt. Mt Hale HI wk*1'  O. B.MOKKILI.,        K.B. iiocli  SetrctHrv.  No.36  mi,  'I.M0  -"till  M.H.,  W.ll.  Eastern  Canadian  Excursions  fi^fc'  "&*#>������  mMmwmmmwemmmmmmmmamm  Nature'jS Wondrous Handiwork  *U0 G^>  W0,^u>  in  THROUGH -U1*H   4ND     COLORADO  Cnntle Cute Cmiim ol llie C.iHiid  Black Canon, Marshall ami Tennessee 1'asses, and the World  r---^-rrF��mona Koyal Gorge--; ^  For   Descriptive and; Illustrated - Pampletn  write to  W. C. McBrlda. Qeaeral Afeni,  124 Third Street PORTLAND, OR.  BUBca-aBaBBBaaBBaaaa-k  cju^  1. o. c.  SNOWSIIOli I.',  MccIb every Moiiilny Kveiiiii|>   al :;  V'i��iliiiK brethren cordl��IIy invlir,;.  K. Sllverthorne N  --  ��� :aki.ton c<k>k. k.-  Mhiciii Mnrtin. 1',  F.  ���;'v*��no ,  ���'��� Mcrs' M,|  ���"ix'y,  '���'b'.-ltC)  A.   HARRY   HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAY! H.  Control and Umpire a.��aylnK a m...,hIiv   c  pie. receive!  by mill or .x,.,',,1' ^","  and returns made next dnv  solicited.   Ore shippers ��(!>'...  :. GREENWOOD. 1:. (;.  rc��|ll>.lriic,  A. D. MORRISON  ,,. I r  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  *    ,   ������ Local Time In��r��ct rfo,s. p. 4 ju  (High Class Goods alwnys in Slock.)  tilt.vNI-   l-VlKKH, II.C,  UNION  PACIFIC  ^ OREGON  Shoj^t line  ;; insist  "THE   MILWAUKEE"  'THE    PIONEER  LIMITED"  CHICAGO.  ST.    PAUL    TO  The Quickest and Most Comfortable Route  to Eastern Canada���To Toronto, Montreal  and Intermediate Points, via Chicago and St.  Paul.    Good for 90 Days.  fiKJ  $83.45  Tickets on sale nntil Dec. 31  The usual Christr-ia�� holi'Iay  Rate of Fare and Oue-.thircl  to Local British Col. points  For 1 urther particulars see  M. M. Stephens, Agent,  Phoenix, B. C.  or S.G.Yerkes, A.G.P.A.  Seattle, Wash  MOTHER  SEIGEL'S  SYRUP  ���Tores  Stomach,  Livur,  BOWBtS  AKD  KEDNBY8.  Cures ,  Dyspepsia,  Bn,IOUSNBSS,  Headache,  Constipations  Tliis remedy should be in every household*.  BANISHES  INDIGESTION  IN EVERY FORM.  6oc per bollle.    Sold everywhere.  A. J. White & Co., Montreal.  Latest Mining Stock Quotations.  Following are the approximate prices  of miDing stocks for this week:  BID A9KED  Amprican   Boy           2 03  B.   C. Standard         20 25  Belcher Mountain         46 60  B.  C. Copper  14 00 14 26  Can. Con.  M.  and S..138 00 145 00  California....  Can. Gold  Fields .  Cariboo-McKinney .  Copper King   Dominion   Copper .  Denoro -Mines   Deer  Trail   Con   Eureka  Copper   ...  Fisher Maiden.  MATTERS OF   INTEREST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED  COPPER   MINING    INDUSTRY  ���*<4* *��-5-<* *>������<* 0(0   l?W*  Tbe Situation.In Copper.  President    Sherman,  of   the    coal  miners'unions in the Crow's Nest Pass  country, seems to be finding his star in  the decendant of late.    He is  being  repudiated by his own people, for alleged sharp practice and   wire   pulling  in union affairs and union elections,  and is  credited  with  being  the  sole  cause of the recent strike in that section.    If these  are  facts, the sooner  he joins the down and  out  club   the  better  for  the  laboring men  in   the  Crow.  There is great interest ,in copper today, because the industry is of great importance in mining and in its effects  on. business in general. Twenty-five  years have passed, says the Mining  World, since the copper industry was  as prosperous as it is today. The  record high prices current in 1906  have been due to the extraordinary demand, which indicates a consumption  in excess of the production both here  and abroad. A suggestion that the  market will continue high indefinitely  is made by producers who have sold  copper for future delivery at prices  that approach the schedule of the famous French syndicate which reached  its zenith in  1880.  In 1906 the extreme quotations for  Lake copper at New York were i8|4  to 23^6 cents per pound. Production  by these mines for the nine months  ending with September is estimated at  168,891,200 pounds, as against 166,-  162,480 pounds in the corresponding  ���-o ��**-*��-<�� rs��*-c�� ��r>-��^*�� �����>���������<'�������������� tr"*-.*--*"* ��r>-��-<=r�� ��->��o ��*>������<-���*�� ��-*-����  ? OUR COPPER CORNER ��  w w  �� MATTERS OF   INTEREST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED    IN    THE A  9  &>���-<*   &>-0<*   0-0*4*   00-4* &>-���  amounted to $11,396,624, bringing  their total disbursements since incorporation to $1371705,948 on an issued  capitalization of $53,781,850.  The electrolytic copper industry has  shared well in the country's prosperity,  and after years of ups and  downs  the  Atnagamated Company's shareholders  again receive dividends at the rate of  8 per cent per annum.    Production in  the Butte district is growing rapidly,  and for the first   nine   months  of the  current year the quantity is calculated  at 279,338,954 pounds.    To be sure,  Montana will again occupy first  place  as a copper producer, although Arizona  is  making a strong fight.     Electrolytic  copper sold this year at 18^   to  22^  cents per  pound   in   cakes, and   wire  bars   f. o. b.   New   York.     Dividend  payments   by   six   Montana, one Tennessee, one  Utah  and one  Wyoming  company, for the ten months to October this year amount to $29,810,403,  making a  total of $96,241,314   since  incorporation on an outstanding share  capital of $260,761,400.  Judging from the payment of $41,-  207.027 in dividends by seventeen  copper companies to October this year  07  04  27  5 40  10  OIK  02  1 iranby Con  13 50  Giant  01  International Coal  65  Jumbo  16  La  Plata  15  Nicola Coa! Mines  00  North Star  23  Pathfinder  03}4  Payne      02  Referendum  05  Rambler Cariboo  28  Sullivan  06  Snowstorm  2 5)5  fonora  04>a'  Stewart  2 00  Tit manurkA Chesapeake 1 30  White  Bear  07  WiiHhingtoii  Meteor... 00  09  07  06  28  6 50i3  11  02  10  03  14 00  02  68  20  20  0!)  27  OJK  04  06  29  08  3 00  05  2 55  1 35  08  10  I    The Marsh Block    ��  j] is now open as a First Class  3 Rooming House. Parties de-  <�� siring quiet comfortable rooms  <i  will do well by applying at once.  I  'Overland    Limited"   Omthi    to   Chicago.  "SOUTH-WEST LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY   TO  CHICAGO.  No trains in the service on any railroad in the world equals in equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  own sleeping and dining cars and give  their palrons an excellence of service  not obtainable elsewhere.  Berths in their sleepers . are longer,  higher., and wider than in similar cars  on any other line. They protect their  trains by the Block system.  R. I.. FORD.Commercial Agent,  Room a. Marble Hank B.d;;. .Spokane Wash  H.S. ROWK,General AkciiI.  I.V4 Third Street, toitlaml. Oregon.  amo Union Pacific  OVI.Y  LINE  K.\ST  Via  Salt  Lake and   Denver,  Two Trains  Daii.n.  ���"ti-ani.-liip lickciH 10 Km<i|n-itii.|,,iiiri  lun-itfii countries.  Leaves  Dally  Spokane Time Sclicilplr  Kffective May jo i?<6  Dailv  <"��������  IAN  -PACIFIC  WINTER  J3X CURS TONS  I I V. O'Loughlin  3-  THE COMFORTABIC WAY.  S. F. & N. RY.  Daily  Lrave  8:3s a.m.  8:35  a.m.  PHOENIX  Spokane. Seattle,  Everett, Bellinghatu  Voncourer Vlciorla,  aad all Coaal  points ���   Daily  Arrive  6:45 p.m.  Spokane,       Fernie,|  Winnipeg, St. Paul, 6:45 p.m.  ���Minnjcapolii |  Re-|   ...  j (irnua-   Vorka,  i.,c , ,_    public, Curlew, Mar-  35 cuaand Ferry (Mid-      i way)   6:45 p.m.  8:35 a.m  I North port, Kosslandl ,  I Nelson _  6 45 Pm  8:35 a.m.  Ki.  Hun.  Kaslo   .-andon.  I 645 p m.  I Rx. Hun.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Koiim'erl 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  '"ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  a--OAlLV   OVCRLAND   TRAINS���  From   Spokane for   Winuipec, St.  Paul,  [Minneapolis,   St. Louis    Chicago aud   all I  I points east [  j   For complete information,   rales,   berlh |  [ reservations, etc., call on or address,  M. M. STEPHENS. Ag.ent.  SO.YERKES.A.G.P.A?0*"'*-'  Seattle |  EAST.  $83.45  Phoenix  .to   .'..  Montreal,     Toronto  and all points west thereof in Ontario,  ' and Quebec.   Quebec, St. Johns,  Halifax, Maritim& Provinces,  rales on application.  TicKetsOn��Sale 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  7.JJB. m. FAST MAIL���To am! li on.  Coeur d'Ale lie diil mcc, 1-t. :,������  itiKtoii Garfield ' olf.tx Pnll.  man, "Moscow, ���Pumrsuv.  WaitsbuiK, Oayion. w u i i'i  Walla, Pell 1 eloli. linker Clly  suri all jwiiulM !->���<(   1:30 ��. ill. KXPKKSS���l-ni Kui'iiiiiiKii,n  G��rficld, Colfax,    I'ultni.iii  Moscow.I.ewislon.PorlliiiHl  San I'rnncisco,   Maker ".i.i  and al! points HAST.  KXPKKSS ���From  all   pomu  East, Baker City, San Hrmi.  Cisco, Portland, Colfax. i*m.  field and Pariniu>jloii..  ���Except Sunday.  SHORT LINK TO CAUKOKNIA.  For  further  iu formation   as  to rates, lime  trains, equipment, etc.. address  H.  O. MUNSOX, C.   I   A.  ?[>okiiric,- \\'u-\\.  Aver��|c Price* ot Copper  ���New Y<>.- k ���  Electrolytic. l.-lc  Month. p.KiS    19(16       iim.'i      I'.Mi  January    15 0(18  IS.'ilO  [.', 12.- IS W  February    15.375 l~.S<*!i  iS I'm ls.l!i>  March    15 2ti-s  L8..'l(!l   I/> :;"U iS Ot!  April    .   I4?��I8 18 375  I" nm lS'NS  May  14 i!27  18 4"i"  14 S-.'C l.-i.7'-M  ���Inne       14.(175 18.412 M si:t IS 7!:i  July.    14 8SS  IS l!H)  I "i l'0"> IS ���'�����'>  August    IB.WM  18 4."n  I'l^i S ISiill)  September.    15 IMS 1!) 14U !.r> '.>:   l'.'.:"Jv  October    Ki.279   It:.:::'   November..  l(i.61ifl     k; 7*s   December...  18.328 ..   IS ::'.'.-"   Year...  ..15.500  lo tiU'l  Plioeniz Shoe Shop  Saloon  $95.00  John  Rules.  ������Second  $76.00  A. T. TURANO. Prop.  Boots and Shoes made tu <  der, first-class  work gif>;  anteed      Miners'   Boots  ',<'   specialty, guaranteed wa'.  proof.  Flr*t Slreet - Opp Knob li  -- Pbaenlx. B. C.  Steerage  $54-=o  and up according to steamer,  For rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  A. W. Haley, E. J. Coyle,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C.  h S.Carter,.D.P.A. Nelson. B.C.  The Rossland Miner ventures  the .  ,   ,.  .       ���        r .u    tj a   period of last year, an increase of 2,  opinion that the mines of the  Bound-1 *"-*-*���-���       ���" tj-a �� '  - 728,720  pounds,   or   2.6    per    cent,  ary  will   produce   2,000,000  tons  of Dividends paid by   eight   Lake  com-  .gold copper  oro  in    the  year   1907. panies from January to October, 1906,  wjifestablish an enviable record  Provides a Christian home for students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade  public school   work.  Does hii-h school work, confers aii high 1 SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake. B.C  school privileges, and prepares for teach-1        __. _, no' u,u  ers' examinations,   Teaches all branches   al)d pS^^^ff'tCT^wii? ,H'cS?  of a Practical Business Course and gives [ -���---��� ����� �����-���--  .���. -      -���"? B C01--*  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college ts in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W.J. SippereIl,B.A.,B.D.,Princi-  pal ;or Rev. J. P. Bowell, Baraar.  pletesyatem or Baths���including Turkish and  Eussiaii. Open the year round. The curally  properties of its waters are unequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all JCIdney, I,l��er and Stomach  lilments.  For Eliminating all MetallUPoisans from th  'ystem  The grandeur ol the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forenU, lakes,woterialls  Mating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursirna'  tennis. Its winter climate Is ansurrsssed fo,  mUdniMs. H>RRY HcINTOBH,  Praoiictar  Appllcatlon to Transfer   Liquor License.  NOTICE: in heiebv given lhat I intend  to apuly, at the next meeting of the  Board of License Commissioners of tiie  Corporation of the City of Phoenix, B.  C, lor the transfer o' the license lo sell  liquor** at retail on the premiacB known  as tbe Central Hotel, corner of Second  street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix. B. C, now held hymn, to Axel Lil-  jenberu.  Datdd at Phoenix, B. C., this 20th day  of October, 1906.  5t   (Signed)   AUGUSTJAOKSyON.  Hospital Donations  l/,nt of DiiiiatioriB receivi-il hi:,  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix Gem-m  pita):  Cashjio K  Ca-hlas _ J. I��. v  Ca��h|j..... A. 1  Boole Case ��� A. K   '���'  Bed I.inen,4dox Hornllal Lai:  ��� ash $50 v. 1  Cash |lo jas  y.  Cash $35 ('anadiau Kami :'  Spririk Cot A. I-  Maple "yrup ��� />  Oeutleman's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. 1  Old Linen _ Mrs. I. Cr  I Box Books Mrs. B. A. W. '  Cashjao a Grand Forks  Dominion Copper Co- Full Set Boilc-  Cord Wood F. ii  THE  Mold  .Ian.  Hoe-  imrell  -.auisy  Htrrv  nsrk  ���<��� A��l  Hank  rrat'i  ���I Co.  Mooil  ���riend  Huylc  -lord  <le<��  ���ieitd  .ubes  A pencil mark here gygf--  is a reminder that vonrsub-  scription to thin pape'r is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate yonr  promptattention.  STRATH  NELSON. B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager  Ike le*? Hotel ol tlie Wxffl  *"****'*������'*���"   ������ "��� -u���tn-^-^wx^^m^mi^m^  ���*^-***,%--*^-rs*,|ta--s<^-s-s-a��jB��a-t>flrak,  Special Rates to Commercial Men  Good Sample Rooms.  *X4;  \tiSS*^*^4m&%LJ  ���Kk-I  XRfrZ&fci THE   PHOENTX   PTONEER.  ..if  '(���^3  r  J  '"I  >  "I Attribute my  Extreme Old  Age to the Use  of Pe-ru-na.  soaped   the   Terrors  any Winters By  Using Pe-ru-na.  of  Mr. Isaac Brock, nj Years Old Last Birthday  ISAAC BROCK, a citizen of McLon-1  nan county, Texas, has lived for 117  oars. "For many years he resided r.t  Bosque Falls, eighteen miles west of  Waco, but now lives with his son-in-  law at "Valley Mills, Texas.  Some time ago, by request, Uncle  Isaac camo to Waco ami sal for his  picture, holding in his hand a stick  cut from tho grave of General Andrew  Jackson. Mr. Brock is a dignilled old  gentleman, showing few signs of tlo-  cropitudo. His family Biblo is still  preserved, and It shows that tho dato of  his birth wan written 117 years ago.  Dom before the United States t  were formed. ��� J  Saw 22 Presidents elected. 1  Pe-ru-na has protected htm f  from all sudden changes. T  Veteran of four wars. >  Shod a   horse   when  99 years  old.  Always conquered the grip with I  Pe-ru-na. j  Witness In a land suit at the T  age of 110 years. !  Believes Pe-ru-na the greatest \  remedy of the age for catarrhal I  troubles. J  IN speaking of liis good health and  oxtromo old ago, Mr. Brook Bays:  "After a man has lived in tho world  as long as I havo, ho ought to  have  found out a great many things by experience.   I think I havo done so.  "One ofthe things I have found  out to my entire satisfaction Is the  proper thing for aliments that  arc due directly to the effects ot  the climate. For117 years 1 have  withstood the changeable climate  of the United States.  "I have always been a very healthy  man, but, of course, subject to tho af-  fccl ions -which aro due to sudden  i hungcd in tho climate and temperature. During my long lifo I have known,  a groat many remodlcs for coughs, colda  and diarrhoea.  "As for Dr. Hartman's remedy,  Peruna, 1 have found it to be the  best, if not the only, reliable remedy for these affections. It has  been my standby for many years,  and 1 attribute my good health  and extreme old age to this remedy.  "II exactly moots all my requirements. It protects mo from tho evil effects of sudden changes; it keeps me in  good appetite; itgives mo strength; It  keeps my blood in good circulation. I  havo como to rely upon it almost entirely for tho many little things for  which I need medicine.  '���When epidemics of la grippe first  began to make their appearance in this  country I was a sufferer from this  disease.  "/ had several long sieges with  the grip. At first 1 did not know  that Peruna was a remedy for  this disease. When 1 heard that  la grippe was epidemic catarrh, I  tried Peruna for la grippe and  found It to be just the thing."  In a later letter, Mr. Brock writes:  "I am well and feeling as well as I  have for years. Tbe only thing that  bothers me is my sight. If I could see  better I could walk all over the farm,  and It would do me good. I would not  be withoat Pernna."  "   Yours truly,  d^V    .elktrefi..  When old age comes, it brings with  it catarrhal diseases. Systemic catarrh  is almost universal in old people, Tbia  explains why Peruna has become so  Indispensable to many old people.  THE OBSERVATORY  TlllNUH Tai.khu op  AT  UnMltANtl  KLHKWIIKKK  Ask vour diut-m'st for free Peruna Almanac for 1907.  FOOD IRON  You need Iron. Everybody does. The harder you  work, the more you worry, the more Iron you require.  But Crude Iron won't do. Iron Pills, Iron Tinctures,  Iron Tonics are useless in nineteen cases out of  twenty. You must have pre-digested Iron or your  blood will not assimilate it.  FERROL  furnishes the Iron you need in combination with Cod  Liver Oil, and so intimately incorporated with the  oil that the most delicate digestive organs cannot  fail to assimilate it.  The value of the combination cannot be overestimated. It builds up and fortifies the system against  Coughs, Colds, Bronchial Affections and kindred  troubles. If any of these diseases have already  been contracted, or if the lungs are affected or  threatened, FERROL cures by enabling nature to  throw off the disease, not by " killing the germs,"  which is a physical impossibility.  FERROL is an absolute specific for Croup and  Bronchitis, and no household where there are children  can afford to be without it.  PERROI. is not a patent mystery. The formula is freely published. It is prescribed by  the beat Physicians. It is endorsed by lhe most eminent Medical Journals. It is used m  prominent Hospiuls, Sanitariums, etc.  J.  8.  BOYIE,  CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,  PHOENIX,  B.  C.  WARM COURT   OF  REVISION.  Some Objection to  Names *on the Municipal  Voters' List.  Last week Friday the first session of  the court of revision was   held   at   the  city council chambers, to consider objections to the voters' list for 1907 for  j the city.     Mayor Rumberger and   Al-  l dermen Kane and Oxley were on hand,  I and a number of others including Revs.  Whittaker   and   Lundie, and   William  Delahay.     Mr. Whittaker objected   to  ja number of names  on   the   list,   and  [one, tint of   Roderick   McLeod,   was  I struck ( fT, as lie had not been residing  ! within the city limits since January 1st.  I     The court  met   again   on   Saturday  land on Monday at the same time   and  ! place, when it adjourned. Mr. Delahay  'objected to the name of   M. li.   Roy,  j an old resident here but who   has been  ! in business  in   Greenwood   for  some  l months.     Mr.   Roy   appeared   in   his  ! own behalf, stated that he kept a room  ! here all the time, was frequently   here  ! to occupy it and   considered   Phoenix  ! as his residence.    After threshing the  j matter out and listening  lo   testimony  j and arguments, the whole tiling seemed  to hinge on the interpretation of what  'constitutes a '���residence" within the  j meaning of the law. The name was  ���finally certified to and allowed to stand  I and the list certified to and ordered  ! printed.  %  2 Phoenix-  -*-,��.��<-j.1-<vj.r.*.-jw<-tf<o.i: �����<-*��������< ���<���<���*  Greenwood  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9*3��  a. 111.  - Standard Time  -2-3�� P* mJ  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor, ?  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  C. P. R. WINTER  EXCURSIONS.  Ilothe Maritime Provinces, Ontario, Quecec  and lhe Old Country.  1     The C.P.R. announces series of low  round trip rates, first class three months  limit from Kootenays to all points inOn-  ' tario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces and  1 the Old Country.   Kate from   Phoenix  1 lo Toronto Montreal Windsor and in-  I termediate points  is   $S;*,.45,   Halifax  i 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  sleeper reservations, tin application to  local agents or write T- S. Carter, D.P.  A., Nelson, B. C.  [__ _ _^  From now on, now that a provincial  election has been announced for February ad, we shall be regaled with a  rehashing of the various things that  the McBride government has left undone, to say nothing of a few that they  have done that they should not have  done. Of course, this will all come  from the opposition press, and those  papers will lose no opportunities to  dish the stories up in new forms. But,  remember, intelligent reader, that these  same papers will forget all about how  the McBride government found the  country in the worst possible financial  shape, with poor credit at home and  abroad, and also that the contrary is now  the case. And for this, lhe Liberals  of the province cannot take one ounce  of credit. Mr. McBride and his advisors have done something that no  government in this province had been  able to accomplish for years. Make a  note of that, while you are reading of  what terrible fellows they are.  �������  Those rainbow chasers who have  had a weather eye on Prince Rupert,  the new Grand Trunk Pacific terminal  town, will not be made any happier by  the announced statement that lots in  that sure to he-boomed town will not  be placed on the market till next September. But, about that time, look  out for a rush to Prince Rupert���it  will be in the line of a record breaker.  �����  Far away mineralflelds have a most  attractive appearance, and the knowing  ones seem to be able to make good  often in those places, among the many  who have failure to the credit, but who  do not advertise that fact, naturally.  In Cobalt camp, that has had such a  sensational rise, a number of old  Boundary people have done business  to advantage while the tide was at the  flood. I. Robert Jacobs, formerly of  Greenwood, is said to have made a  pile there. T. H. Rea, of the Betts  and Hesperus, is spending some time  there, and he is said to be doing so to  advantage, while Alex Miller, who  grubstaked so ne men to go to that  locality, has lost nothing by the deal.  These and others who have been  through two or three British Columbia  booms, will probably be wise enough  to make hay while the sui; shines and  clean up while they can.  ���11  Al McKinney, who was the discoverer of the Cariboo mine in camp  McKinney, was recently in Phoenix  and decidedly down on his luck, being  without funds of any kind and suffering from a cancer in his face. A number of friends and acquaintances of  this locator of one of Boundary's  dividend payers made up a subscription list of something like $150, and  McKinney went on a trip to a point in  Missouri, where he could be treated  and possibly cured of his terrible affliction by one who has been rarely  successful with cancers. It is to be  hoped that the old man will return  cured.  L. A.  KETTLE RIVER VALLEY LANDS.  Doull  Invest  Campbell   and   W  W  $90,000In Them.  Early last month W. W. Doull,  president of the West Kcotenay Power  & Light Co., in company with General  Manager Lome A. Campbell, made  an inspection of the Kettle River  valley, the result being the purchase of  the Topp ranch of some 60 acres for  W..W. Doull, Jr. Mr. Doull has since  fixed up the buiidings and intends increasing his fruit acerage.  At that time negotiations were begun tor the purchase also of 150 acres  lying between Al. Traunweiser's ranch  and that of Matt Miller. This property was owned hy Wm. Chaplin, of  St. Catharines, and purer* lave just  been signed which transfer the ownership to L. A. Campbell and W. W.  Doull, Jr., jointly. This is ihe third  sale of Keltic River valley lands during the past month, involving figure--  of over $30,000���no had testiuinny I"  the value of lhe ranches there. Mr.  Campbell intends 10 impiove nr<l subdivide the properly at an eaily date.  It is also his intention to exp-.-iininii  carefully with a system of irrigation hy  means of pumping, and the woik  which he contemplates doing in this  direction will be of immense value to  the district.  An "AIbo Ran" Liberal.  A. B. Docksteader of Nelson has  decided to contribute $200 to the pro  vincial treasury. He will deposit $200  for the privilege of running in the  Liberal interests in Slocan riding. It  may safely be prophesied the returns  will indicate that A. B. "also ran."���  Greenwood Ledge.  Who Said.  -��  *������?  BOVRIL ?  �� Church Services Tomorrow ��  0*��VV'%^%-'^%^%^%--%^%^^-%^%^^V%O  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.  St. Andrews'   Presbyterian  Church  Preaching      Service      tomorrow     at  7:30   p.  m.   Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:0c a.m.  A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  Church of England���Services   11   a.  m. and 7:30 p. M.,Rev. R. A. Heath.  MINERAL ACT.  Cetificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "WOODSTOCK" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District  Where located ������ Greenwood camp, in the.  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.'  TAKE NOTICE that I, Adolphe Scrcu, Free  Minei 's Certificate No. BE075, intend, si-cty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day or October, A. D. 1906.  5 ADOLPH SKRCU.  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  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.  3RANCHES  IN  CANADA  55  CAPITAL  $3,000,000.00  RESERVE  $M00,000.M  ESTABLISHED  1859.  D. J. Matheson  3nsurance Hoent  FIDELITY    BONDS,  COMMISSIONER   FOR  OTRE,       LIPK  AND  ACCIDENT.  PLATE   GLASS  TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PPIOEIVIX,   B.C.  MINERAL ACT.  The Pioneer Wonders���  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. Ifyou don't nclieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fell Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  hist arrived.     All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  IIIRNIK  HI.OCK.  KNOB HIIXAVK., PHOENIX  If elections were scheduled in January in order to save on fuel  bills.  Who will be the Liberal and Conservative candidates in Grand Forks  riding.  Why McEwen the great, so called,  could draw full houses when the Ros-  cian Opera Co. could hardly draw expenses.  If  delinquent    subscribers   feel   as  happy with the coming of the New Year  as those who belong lo the paid-in-ad  vance class.  Next Monday shareholders of the  the Granby Consolidated are due to  receive their fifth dividend, amounting  to a total of $405,000 paid at this  time, or a grand total of $1,753,000  paid to date in profits by this company.  As a New Year's gift this will, of  course, be welcome���but it is still  more valuable from one standpoint,  because it cements the belief, justified  by the conditions prevalent, that this  company will be able to contiuue this  sort of thing for a long time to come  ���and further, that it is not the only  Boundary company that will be in the  dividend paying class. Think of a  shareholder receiving in one dividend  more than his original stock cost him,  and having had no assessment in the  meantime, either. And that is exactly  the case with some of the Granby  shareholders, who have stayed with  their holdings to this day.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICt*.  "May" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining  Divisiou of Yale District.  Where located ��� Greenwood camp, in the  Greenwood Milling Division of Vale District.  TAKE N'OTICE that I, Adolphe Sercu. Free  Miner's Certificate No. B2075, (or myself a*id  Joseph Hedges as agent, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B202S. intend, sixtv days from date hereof,  to apply to the Minii.g Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown  Grant  of  the above claim.  And further take nctice tbat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Sth dav of October. A. D. 1906.  5 ADOLPH SERCU.  Phoenix Bee*  1  ��  t  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.  Spring Water Ice for Sale. Bottled Beer and Porter.  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  PHOENIX, B.C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  Bank of England, Bank of England Fractional,  Black Bear Eractionat Mineral Claims, situate  in the Grand Forks Mining Division of British  Columbia.  Where located���Greenwood Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Whiteside, as  agent for the Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smelting & Power Compar.v, Limited, lree  miners certificate No. B 93013. intend, sixty days  after date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate ol Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ofthe above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 29th day of November. A. D.  i^?6.  D. WlIlTBSlDK,  Apent  for    the   Granby   Consolidated ��� Mining,  Smelting   &  Power Company,  Limited,  THE GRANBY CONSOLIDATED MINING,  SMELTING & POWER COMPANY, Ltd.  Then, there is the International  Coal and Coke Co., organized by gentlemen who Here at that time active in  the Granby company. This Crow's  Nest coal concern will also pay a dividend next month. While it amounts  to but $2S,ooo altogether, it is an  earnest of what is to come from the  digging of black diamonds. Many  shares of this company were taken up  in the Boundary, and the holders will  naturally be pleased at getting the beginning ol profits. The International  company is doing a large and profitabe  business in coal and coke today, and  will assuredly be one of the leading  producers in its line, and a credit to  the gentlemen who organized and fost-  I ered it.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that ut 11  meeting of the board of directors of the  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting  and Power Co., Limited, held this day, a  divii'end of three per cent, upon the pnr  value of the stock outstanding was declared out of the net earnings of the  companv, payable December 31st, 1000,  to all stockholders of record nt the close  of business on December 12th, li)0(i.  Further notice is hereby given that  the transfer books of the company will  be closed from December 12th until the  opening of business on December 20th,  1906.  Dated this 4th dav of December, 1000.  (Signed) NORTHRUP FOWLER,  Secretary.  DrinK    Dry   and   P. Dawson's Whiskey  Greenwood Liquor Co.,  Greenwood,B C,  fSlfci  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your   supply   of   Fire   Wood,  either   for   immediate  use   or for the  future.     All orders promptly filled.  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  A practical book of nearly a thousand pages, useful to all and rieeessa.T tc  most men engaged in any branon of tne Copper Industry.  Its facts will pass muster with the trained scientists, and its language, is  easi'v understood by the every-day man.  It is a dozen books in onei covering the History, Uses, Terminology, <*<.���-.���������  raphy, Geoloiry, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances and Statistic:. 1.  Copper.  It,gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.  It lists and describes   .1,8-1!'  copper mines and companies,   in all  parts  <>! t  world, descriptions running  from two lines to 12 pages,   according to imporliir. <.-  of the propertv.  l'he COPPER HANDBOOK is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference  800k on Copper  The miner needs the book for the facts if gives him about mines, miuii s: an 1  metal.  The investor needs the book for tlie facts it gives him about Mining Investments and Copper Statistics. Hundreds of Swindling Companies are ex pise.I  in plain English.  Price is !fo ,in Buckram, with gilt top ; $7.50 in full library morocco. W :.  besentfullv prepaid,on approval, toany address ordered, ami may be ret'ina 1  within a week ol receipt if not found fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36  Post Office  Block,  Houghton    Mich.,  U. S. A.  GENERAL    SANITARY    AMU    SCAVENGER  WORK. DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.  D. L.  Mclntominey  City Scavenger, j  TEL. No. B32.        PHOENIX, B.C.   Ja  Phoenix Livery Stable  D.    J.     McDonald,      Prop.  Fvervthimr New (^RRIAGKS AXI) OTH,':R RIGS  L.YW1 J HUl.g  Hl'TT   MOkSKS AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  ���MM�����������-���..riB-ar H uy | )R[,p (-()RI)S ()F |)RV   WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.     A share ofthe public  patronage solicited.      'Phone 37.  DOMINION  AVIS.,  COR.   BANNT.R -ST., PHOENIX,  Ii.  C. II  IS  I  Pi  m  W  s  li  Pi  .#iS  at'siS''*rN  1  PI  J  If  ill  asps  lit*-  ,11  %���  'r'��  t?3  I  iir  I t* '  FN  ��� tu .  ���**% J  PIONFER.  if )tfl^ U^s ^tt�� Mtf�� ^^/ ^^^ Wtf^ \fctftt M-W/ ^-^^ ^M^ \1M^ rt V^kV Utt/ ^^*^ uwj U^/ \)i^Ly \l^kV \^tf^ 'VMAy ^1^�� *yj^> ^j^v vjlm��/  dominion IDotel  ��lo Jrcmsioee Hve.,  Thn Is tlie Largem Hotel tu tlie City  and linn been impioved mid refilled,  being well adapted Tor mining mid  traTclliiiK men. Bnlhrocin. Bnr vv-t-ll  ���locked with choice good*. Dining  Room undei peraounl cliurife ol the  proprlclrtwi.  flbhoeni��, '3B.C  Mrs, P. L McKELVEY, Prop.  Tit-tPHONc No. ,77.  The Only First-Class  and Up-To-Date Hotel  In Phoenix   Jg Brooklyn  Jas. Marshall, Prop  PHOENIX, B- C.  STEAM HEATED  New from i-ellar lo  roof. Host Snmpk*  Rooms In Boundary  Opposite M r>. depot.  Modern IlHllitooin.s  95  ����  S5  Boyle, the Druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Bank Block,  Jan. ioth to 14th, inclusive.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  The last of my winter hats for sale  cheap.     Miss McDonald, milliner.  Patrick J. I Jermody, for the last two  years superintendent at the Providence  mine, has resigned, to take, effect on  January 1st.  Notwithstanding the car shortage���  and it being Christmas week, too���  the Granby smelter reduced over 13,-  000 tons of ore this week.  Duncan Ross, M. P., has been down  with lagrippe since he resumed his  arduous duties at Ottawa, but is now  understood to be recovering.  In the county court last week M.  Mclntyre obtained judgment against  Caulfield and Field for $300. This  was the case of damages for horses  killed in a runaway, and there were  a number of witnesses called on both  sides.  One furnace at the lir'lish Columbia  Copper Co.'s smelter this week averaged 668 <ons of ore daily. Wheu the  three jumbo furnuces are in blast, they  should crowd the 2,000 ton figure each  2.) hours. This would mean 25 tons  of copper per day.  James Davey, who married Miss  McGrnde here three or four months  ago, was in a Great Northern railway  wreck ne-ir Spokane last week, in whicb  two were killed It was his first run  as an engineer, and he fortunately escaped without very serious injury.  ..Deane's Hotel.  DANNY DEANE, Prop.  <%S%^%^%.'%^%s%^%s%^<*%&%sv%,'%^%^%*.'V%,Q  This new house is now open  for inspection. Everything new  neat and clean. Heated by hot  water.  Meals at all Hours, served in  the style which has already  made this house, famous. Try  our Sunday dinner, of which  we make a specialty. If you do  you'll come again.  First  St.,  on the Bridge.  Phoenix, B. C.  Steam Heated  Telephne A24.  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop-  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating   goods.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Don't forget Boyle is the Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers no addition  or subtraction.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Prescriptions properly prepared by  Boyle, the Druggisi.  Woodchoppers wanted. Inquire of  J. J, Bassett, Hartford [unction.  See Miss McDonald, milliner, for  sewing machines and supplies.  Sewing machines to rent at $3 per  mouth.  See Miss McDonald, milliner.  Uncle Jim Hill got his train into  Phoenix exactly on time Christmas  day���an unusual event.  Will Thomas Gardner send his address or call at lhe office of A. S. Hood,  Bank block, Phoenix, B.C.  Christmas day all the hotels had  special bills of fare, which were appreciated by those who partook of lhe  same.  All the mines of the camp were  closed Christmas day, together with  the postoffice, custom house and bank,  as well as most of the stores.  Jas. T. Russell, a resident of Phoenix  for several years, but who took up  ranching on Kootenay lake, intends  to go into the manufacture ol jams lor  the Nelson market.  The B. C. Construction and Distributing Co. are now building their  branch power line from the sub-station  here to the Idaho compressor building  ofthe Dominion Copper Co.  When Danny Deane served supper  Christmas night for the dancets at the  Knights of Pythias ball, hs had music  also to go along with the choice assortment of viands that were served.  As the Pioneer was being printed  last night, the Polmatier Sisters were  giving one of their select musical entertainments at the opera house to an  audience that aopreciated good music.  The Phoenix skating rink was opened last evening for the first time this  season, and it is expected will be in  use regularly from this time forward.  Last night being opening night, there  was no admission charged.  The patients, matron and nursing  staff at the Phoenix General Hospital  wish to express their appreciation of  the flowers sent to the institution on  Christmas day oy Mr. and Mrs. O. B.  Smith, Jr., and also of a cake from W.  S. Macy.  Last Monday night's Christmas tree  at the Methodist church, as well as  that of the previous Friday at the Presbyterian church, was the cause of a  good deal of pleasure to young and  old. Santa Claus made his appear  ance at both places and received a  warm welcome.  Coming 1.   Coming I  JANUARY 2  Opera Housg  THE  his H Douglas (0.  Will plav Phoenix Opera House one  night each week ���villi Kntire Change  of Programme t-ach wi-uk. This will lie  Homething new to theatre goers in line  of Polite and Refined Vaudeville.  Death of Samuel Jonei.  Samuel Jones, a young miner of  2 1 years, died Monday at the hospital,  not surviving the amputation of his  right ieg. About a week ago Jones was  bruised by a car in the Granby mines,  but it was not thought the injury was  at all serious, though he was taken to  the hospital and cared for. Gangrene  setting in, it was found necessary to  amputate his leg in an effort to save  his life. This was done Monday, but  he passed away in a short time afterwards. Jones had been in camp four  or five months, having arrived here  direct from Wales, and having a number of friends here, Wm. Yolen Williams, of Spokane, being well acquainted with the man's family. When  bruised on December 18th, he was  very fearful of the result, though the  physicians did not deem it very serious. The funeral was held Friday,  Rev. Whittaker, of the Methodist  church, officiating.  TEN BIG  ACTS  J. W.���SMITH���MATTIE  Mimical Act  TOM LANGSTER  Ti.e Mou With TnlW.  THE LEAMORE   CHILDREN  AcrubulH,  EDITH���HENRY���LEE, JR.  The Ooll and Tin Soldier.  THE Kb:LEYS  Sketch Ten 111,  J. W.   BROOK  lllmlrmod HoiiKS "Why   Don't   Vun  Try?"  DORSCOPE  "The Grout  Truln Kolihriy."  Prices, 75c,50c,ChiIdren 25c.  Tlckel* on sulcii   Tom Drown  CUT GLASS  FOR  HOLIDAYS  HAPPY  NEW  YEAR  We wish all our friends a happy and prosperous  new year, and thank them for the very liberal  patronage received  in  the past.  In the future our motto shall be, ihe best goods  at prices as low as is consistent with fair profit  I  E. A. BLACK,  Knob Hill Ave.  The Jeweler |*  Phoenix, B. C.  mn*mm\w*nmtH  CONING AND GOING  PALACEflEAT MARKET  DOMINION  AVK, PHOENIX,  B.C.  Fresh and  Salt Meats.  Tei. No 12. Fish,   Poultry and  Oysters.  (?    Real Estate and Mines  e  t  Houses to Rent, City Properly for Sale, Shares in all  the  leading mines bought and sold.  3  9  (j. W. Rumberger  t  Information   about   Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  <& Phoenix, B.C.  1  REED ROCKERS  Owin*; to circumstances over which  the publisher has no control, the Pioneer Annual this year will not appear  till about the ioth of January. All  paid up subscribers to the weekly Pioneer will receive a copy without extra  charge. To others the price is 25  cents per copy.  P. Burns & Co. had something of a  time to get a carload of Christmas tur  keys here in lime. They came from  Ontario, but the C. P. R. being blocked, the car was sent by the Great  Northern. From Spokane the car was  shipped to Phoenix by express, that  little item ol express alone amounting  to about $47.<*. But Phoenix, Greenwood and Eholt had Christmas turkeys just the same, it being easy to  supply the other points by team Irom  Phoenix.  The Morris & Douglas Vaudeville  Co. will give the first ol its shows here  neat Wednesday evening, January 21I,  and weekly thereafter all the winter  and spring. The shows are just what  they purport to be, straight vaudeville,  and a circuit from coast to coast has  been arranged for, with a number of  companies traveling to fill the dates.  The prices will be 75c and 50c. with  25c for children. Seats can be had in  advance, as usual, at Tom Brown's.  FINK ASSOKTiMKST OK I-WNCY UOCKKKSTO CMOOSK KIIOM  FURNITURE.  B INNS  UNDE  SarB He Had No Objections.  St. John's Church,  Phoenix, B. C, 27th Dec. 1906.  Editor Phoenix Pioneer :  Dear sir���Will you kindly permit  mc to correct :ui error through the  valued medium of your paper ? 1 am  represented in yuiii hist issue as having  objected in nrimes on list of voters.  Now, the names <jI the parties objected  to are not known lo me, and it is ob  vious that no person could object to  that of which lie was completely ignorant. I attended the meeting purely  out of curiosity, and to gain information respecting municipal affairs. I  should consider myself guilty of assuming a position lo which I had ho  i.la;iii, as a non-voter myself, to presume to dictate as to the votes of  others Thanking you for your kindness, Yours very truly,  R. A. IIkatii.  John Graham was over from Rossland to spend Christmas with his par  ents.  Dr. and Mrs. Boucher spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spier at  Grand  Forks.  E. G. Warren, manager of the  Greenwood City Waterworks Co., Ltd.,  'was in camp yesterday.  Richard P. Williams, of Rossland,  who is always on the lookout for machinery orders, was here Wednesday.  James W. Grier, manager of the  Greenwood Ledge, made a trip to the  place where the mines are on Thursday.  Superintendent W. C. Thomas and  Master Mechanic Welch, of the Boundary Falls smelter, were in town Thursday.  E. E. Gardanier, superintendent of  the Dominion Copper Co.'s mines in  this camp, spent Christmas day in  Spokane.  Wm. G. McMynn, gold commissioner and government agent at Greenwood, was greeting friends here last  Thursday.  L.H.Cole, ofthe Snowshoe mine, has  been notified of his election as a member ofthe Canadian Institute of Mining  Engineers.  Andrew Larson, superintendent of  Ihe LeRoi mine, Rossland, was a visitor  in camp yesterday, and weut through  the Granby mines.  V. G. Younghusband, of Lethbridge,  Alberta, a former resident of Phoenix,  spent Christmas here, Mrs. Younghusband having been here for a week 01  two.  Geo. E. Cole, of the office staff of  the Cariboo mine, Camp McKinney,  came down from there last week,  spending Christmas with friends in  this camp.  Harry P. Dickinson, of Rosslaud,  whose particular mission on earth is  the selling of the greatest amo' .. of  Giant powder in the least possible  time, was a visitor here yesterday.  Dr. W. H. Dickson and wife arrived last Saturday from Grand Forks,  and moved into Dr. Boucher's residence, whose practice Dr. Dickson  succeeds to, Dr. Boucher giving up  his mine work on January 1st.  Mrs. James Graham and Miss Kil-  dea, and A. f. Kildea, of Coeur  d'Alene, Idaho, sisters and brother of  Mrs. A. W. Haley, spent Christmas in  Phoenix; Miss Kildea and Mr. Kildea  returned home Friday.  **9O909****09t+  MM  Invest  Your   Money  In Such Legitimate Shares   as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  No present is more acceptable  than a choice piece of Cut  Glass.  We have absolutely the finest  assortment ever brought to  Phoenix, including goods from  Hawkes and Gowans, Kent &  Co.   Inspection invited.  Phoenix is on a so id 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 A SPECIALTY  Idaho Slocks Will Bring Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  GEORGE E. DEY,  .je*we*m-;r  knob hill ave.  phoenix, b.c.  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your  supply   of  Fire   Wood,  either   for  immediate  use   or for the  future.    All orders promptly filled.  CKNERAL    SAN1TARV    AND    SCAVENGER  WORK. DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.  D. L. Mclntominey  City Scavenger,  B32. PHOENIX, B.C.  Ormiby   Dominion �� *.��   International Conl   Alhambra (Coeur d'A.)��  Copper King   Oro Denoo   Bur Ice   Bullion    Happy Day ,  Heckla   Iilalio Mont. ���**��   ftouorn (Coeur d'A.J..  <now Storm   Stuart   Furnace Cr. (Cala.)--  SuU'-van..   SleyUrk     ���J.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block,   Phenix, BC  AAWOM^M  ******  ���^-m*  *0*09*m0G  I  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of  Improvements.  NOTICK.  "Montrose Fractional" Mineral Cla*ni, situat-r iu |  the Greenwood Mintrj^ D;vtsiott �� f Yale Dis- '  trict     Where located: Deftdwoo? camp.  TaKK NOTiCH tqat I, Forbes M. Kerby. Hiee .  Miner's Certificate No Boooco, intend six y J  days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining j  R-corderfor a Certificate of Improve tut tit*, f jr ,  the purpo*.- of obtaining ft Crown Grant of the :  above claim  And further take notice th't acton under sec-  lion y, must recommcuc-d before the issuance  of such t'ertificate of Improvements.  Dattd this 19th day of i>c crmh- r,  ...I)   1006.  15-- FORUKS  M.   KKRBY.  FURNITURE f  Carpets in the piece. J  Cotton Ingrains and J  Tapestry Squares. J  Japanese Matting. 4  Linoleums and  Table Oilcloth- f  FUtt LINES OF BEDDING. JgJ J  PRICES RIGHT.     A CALL INVITED.    J  R. J.  GARDNER,      j  IIAKDY hlOCK        -       PIIOI-'NIX.  II C     t  \,y ,:',v.--,^. ,||:, :.^..:,.s,., ..-�����������;���������, ;��� ���  -.r .,      iRh       ���-   *   :   ~in(~IF  3P^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  lind  what  \ 011  want here.  Early Buying Advised  to Avoid  the Crowds later on.  n  Notice.  All persons indebted to the Reco  Laundry are requested to pay on or  before Jan. 10th, 1907. All bills not  paid by that dale will be placed for  collection.* A. D. McKenzik.  lit;

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