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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 4, 1905

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 Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years  ��� 3    FEB 9 - I0Q#%22^  <fr  wttecr  Phoenix, is the Centre  and   Leading M��i  Camp of Bot^ilryi  AND  BOUNDARY MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  Vou VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1905.  No. r3  �� , - -' f : ft'  M " &  THE  F61  'CV  S3  SPECIAL  iRANBYBUYS  FOR$!60J0��  Takes in  the Rich Monarch  Group.  Ha  ave  Immense   Reserves  Ore.  of  Boundary Mining Notes  in Snappy Weather.  White Wool Blankets,  ���y\;   Grey Wool Blankets,  White Cotton Blankets  Eiderdown Comforters,    ���  Pure Wool Comforters,  Cotton Filled Comforters.  Feather Pillows,  Made-up Sheets,  and Pillow Cases.  Tlie largest assortment   in   sizes.  quality which we have ever shown.  Sec our window.  widths and  ir."\  PRICES THAT ARE SNAPS.  ita-Ieikrii Co., Hi  ���X?ipSX_3��S��_��gX-5_^  mSflBM^^M^ffiffl^WS��  8S*  >6>  z��  We've just put in stock a car of  They ar-i exceptionally fine  Price, $2.00 per cwt.  Also a car of  The proof of the   popularity  of  this  the fact that we have sold 7 car  s of this Hour during tho  said  past 12 months.     It is positively tmsmpassed   tor   gen  eial use.  In fact our whole grocery stock can safely  to have as its first principle, QUA I,I 1'Y.  We solicit your confidence and co-operation  to th  end, that we 'may make this store more than   ever���  The House of Quality.  Four more of the best claims in  this camp have, been acquired by  the Granby Co., namely, the Monarch,  Tamarack, Tamarack Fraction and  Missing Link Fraction. The properties  are in a block and immediately adjoin  the Aetna claim of, the old Granby  group, and also adjoin *he rich Rawhide, now being successfully operated  by the Montreal & Boston Consolidated, and from which 350 tons daily  are being shipped.  The missing Link fraction was purchased, from George XV. Rumberger  and William J. Porter, and the rest of  the claims in the purchase were bought  from tbe Erl Syndicate, Ltd., a wealthy  London mining concern that has held  them for several years. The Erl Syndicate is said to be interested in 'mining all over the woald, but has 'never  worked the Boundary properties which  it acquired, and which were known by  old mining men to be some of the  best in Phoenix camp.  It is understood that the Monarch  group cost $130,000 and the .Missing  Link$3o,ooo. The owners asked $130,-  000 for the Monarch group 3 years ago.  when the properties were examined by  F. W. Thomas, M. 11., for the British  Columbia Copper Co., Ltd. They  probably have not depreciated in value  since then. ._  Boyles Bros., who bave been doing  diamond drilling here for the Granby  Co. for several months, are now boring some holes on the Monarch group  and testing the ore body. The development workjdone on.this-*' group consists largely of open cuts of several  hundred feet, exposing a tremendous  showing of ore.  This is the most important deal  made for, mining claims in this cam))  in many months, and apparently means  a still further enlarging of tbe scope of  the Granby Consolidated here in the  near future.  At the Strathmore two men are  sloping, 15 or 20 sacks of ore daily.  Fifteen high grade properties are  now being operated around Greenwood.  the Gold Finch and Gold Bug an  expected to resume operations inn  few days.  The January shipnt'ems of iii-h  grade ore from Boundary's mines run  over 200 tons.  The Hay mine is maktinga shipment  to the Trail smelter, and it is expected  to be extremely high in values.  It   is  not  expected  that the Great  TRAINS RUN-   -  MARCH 1ST  On Great  Northern   Phoenix  Extension.  Date   Not   Settled ! ,r   Special  Excursion.  Valentine Social.  A Valentine Social will be held in  the Methodist church on Tuesday,  evening, February 14th, at 8 o'clock.  The ladies are each asked to bring refreshments for two. A good programme is being prepared and all are  cordially invited to attend. Tickets 25  cents.   '  NEW POLICE AND  LICENSING BOARDS  Roderick  and   McDonald for  Phoenix.  A special issue of tlie Official Gazette issued on Monday, gives the  names ofthe government appointees to  the licensing aud police boards throughout the province.  Kossland-���Alderman 1'. R. Macdonald and W. li. Townsend are the  .-.ppointees to the police board, and  Alderman-L. A. Campbell and W. li.  Townsend to the licensing board.  Trail -Alderman Archibald Donaldson and Robert M. 1'erdue.  Nelson I'r.   Rose  and   Alderman  Bird were appointed to both the licens-  ing and police boards.  Ymir���J. A. Dewar, H. Kerns, of  Ymir, and J. A. Kelly of Bogustown.  Kaslo--Licensing and police, Alderman Giegerich and Leander f lanna.  Grand Forks Alderman McCallum  and Duncan 1). Munroe.  I _rnie-~-I..iccnsing, W. O. Robins,  F.dward L. U'riglesworih: police, Alderman Cree and llerchmer.  (treenwood ���Licensing, Alderman  Parker and W. II. Fleming; police, Alderman Mcintosh and James .Sutherland.  Slocan -Licensing, Alderman A. P.  Smith and C. K. Smitheringale.  phoenix���Licensing and poilce, Alderman Roderick and Alex MelMould.  Revelstoke -- Licensing, Alderman  MeCaiter and W. G. Newman; police,  Alderman McLeod and W. J. Arm  strong.  Northern  will   be hauling Granby on  from this camp before March ��� stJ  As boon as the'..improvements are  completed at the Skylark, the force of  men Will be increased to about 20.  The force at the Coro-Canadian was  increased this week, aiid native silver  is now being found in;t!ie workings.  A car load of concentrates from the  rich Carmi mine, up -the West Fork,  has been sent to the Granby smelter.  The June Bug, 'nearj, Anaconda, is  the latest high grade c^iim to report a  good find of ore. Frank Archer is  the owner. ,:  It is said that an estimate of the  ore in sight in the Elkhorn and Providence mines places it,at$i5o,oooand  $250,000 respectively!  About thirty steel ore cars have recently been put into' commission in  the Boundary by the C.P.R. They  were made in Montreal.  Everything at the Rawhide is working as smoothly as could be desired,  and before long the'bre shipments will  be materially increased.  ""About'jft6;6boworth offfuedust will  be made into bricks in the new briquet-  ting machine, and then run through  the smelter again at the B. C. Copper  smelter.  Two cars of ore were shipped this  week from the Skylark, one of high  grade ore to the Nelson smelter, and  one of second-class ore to the Granby  smelter.  A Boston paper, the News Bureau,  states that the Granby Co. has the  strongest directorate, outside the Calumet & Hecla, of any mining company  in the country."  This week the electric locomotive,  recently installed at the No. 3 level of  the Granby mines, has been doing  regular service and is working with  great satisfaction to the   management.  Announcement is made that tenders will be received for the Winnipeg  mine, Wellington camp, which did not  bring a hid when put up at auction  about a year ago, to satisfy labor Ieins.  Development was started this week  on the Smilax group, including the  Sniilax ami a hall interest in the Billy,  which was bonded last week by George  Findlay aud Donald McGlaMien from  A.F. Ashcroft, C.K.. the other half  interest being owned by Isaac H.  I billet l.  C. W. II. Sanson, stales that he has  interested San Francisco capital and  will resume hydraulic operations on  Boundary creek, about two miles below Boundary kails, in the spring.  The building of a dam, two mile pipe  line, hydraulic lift. Hume and penstock are on his program.  When the two furnaces, now being  manufactured in the east for the Granby Co , are installed, the smelter will  have a capacity of from 70,000 lo  75,000 tons monthly, when the copper  production will be from 20,000,000 to  .���2.0C0.000 per annum. Supt. Hodges figures on having the new furnaces  in operation by the ist of July.  It appears to be now definitely settled that the first passenger train out of  Plnenix on the Great Northern, will  leave on Wednesday, March ist, a  new time table having been prepared  to go into effect on all Great Northern  lines north of Spokane, at midnight on  the 28th diy of February. The train  is expected to leave here about 9.30  a. m., returning about 5 p. in. This  was the statement of L. E. Shields,  head contractor for the new liner and  James H. Kennedy, chief engineer of  this extension, who were here on  Thursday. By that time permission  is expected from the Dominion government to operate trains on this extension.  Regular section gangs are being put  all along the line, to put the track in  the best condition. This week two of  these gangs, about 20 men, arrived  here to make their headquarters in Phoenix, under Foremen Boyes  and Gray. One of these gangs will be  kept busy in Phoenix yards, while the  other will keep the track in shape for  a distance of six miles out.  A. C. Dibble, foreman for Porter  Bros., with his 40 men practically completed their work here on the bridges  and trestles, and pulled" out for Spo  kane Wednesday. They have only  to put Jn a few. bolts,, etc., in the  School street bridge.  No definite announcement has been  made as to when the special exclusion  would be run from Phoenix to Spokane. Mayor Rumberger was looking after the matter, and he is absent  from the city.  Today or tomorrow H, A. Kennedy,  assistant generel traffic manager of  the Great Northern, is expected here  in his private car, accompanied by  other officials of the general system,  making further arrangements for the  miming of trains.  JAMES MARSHALL  IS ACTING MAYOR  City May Raise First  Street  Bridge.  . Aldermen Marshall, Brown, Rod-  ��� rick and Carson were present at  Wednesday's meeting ofthe city cnun-  cii thi>. -.>..!.. .ind   :,.   the  .i'i^-ik-..- o:  M.iyr.r i_ iii���-r;  -r   M:.    \!  ���  I-.V    -.���  chosen riiuiriiiiii and up; nun ted .11 tin ,  mayor while his worship i-,  ab-,eni in  the east.  R. H. McCoy, engineer of the  Great Northern, reported that he had  run lines, as requested, and found that  the First street bridge should be raised  eleven feet, to bring it up to the grade,  and the cost was estimated at about  $r,ooo. The work will probably be  done in the early spring.  After the following accounts had  been ordered paid, the council adjourned: D.J. Matheson, $10; Pioneer  Pub. Co., $18; N. Lemieux, $78. ',-  KILLED AT  THE SENAT-R  John  Burns   Struck   Missed  .     Hole.  Foreman  Rogers .was  Injured.  Badly  EXPERTS ARE  EXAMINING  Granby and Montreal & Boston Mines,  Are Said to be Famous  Mining Men. -  LOCAL JOTTINGS  Joseph H. Graham has received  part of the lumber for the addition to  be built to his Mint hotel on   Doinin-  Old Pashioned Social.  Wednesday evening, Feb.22 the Ladr  ies'Aid ofthe Presbyterian church will  give an Old Fashioned Social at the  church, and it is the intention to have  an old fashioned good time for all,  with a short program, games and refreshments. Tbe Indies will devote  the proceeds to securing new books  for the choir of the church, and will  charge the small admission of 25c.  Last Saturday Crawford's and Mc-  Nichol's rinks neat Mallet's and Mc  Mynn's rinks, ol" Greenwood by a score  of 31 to 17.  ion avenue.  Next Wednesday the Shamrocks will  play the Grand Forks hockey team at  the smelter city, a return game to be  pulled off hereon the following Monday.  James Draper, traveling representative of the Nelson Daily News, has  been spending several days in the city  in the interest of that well known publication,  The sidewalk connection on upper  Dominion avenue was made this week  by Porter Bros.' men, after being interrupted for several months during  railway construction.  The second cold snap struck the  Boundary this week, and while no  thermometer in Phoenix was noticed  to register below zero, reports from  other Boundary points were to the effect than 10 and even 25 below was  not uncommon.  Notwithstanding the snow and cold  weather the Kettle Valley engineers  arc making fairly good progress down  the San Poil. They are now in camp  at Cash creek, about 10 miles north of  Keller and about 17 miles from the  Columbia river.  New officers for tbe Greenwood  club, recently elected, were: President, W. G- McMynn; vice-president,  George Williams; secretary, H.S. Stowe;  committee, E.G.Warren, A.M.White  side, W. Allison, G. R. Naden, K.C.B.  Frith, W. Proctor, G. A. Rendell.  R. IL McCoy, who has been the  local enuineer in charge of the Great  Northern work here for the last eight  months, went lo Spokane Thursday,  his work here being completed. 1 lis  assistants, II. J. Hervin, C. Hoard and  A. IL Ransom, also went to Spokane.  Just now there seems to be an epidemic of examining the larger mines of  this camp by engineers who are famous  in the mining industry of the American continent. Both the Granby and  Montreal & Boston mines are being  examined, but there may not be -any  concert of action in this matter���mere]  ly a coincidence.  For several days Wm. Lawrence  Austin, of New York, who has the  confidence of some of the most important metallurgical interests in the  United States, has been heie making  a thorough examination of the Granby  mines, being assisted by L A. McCor-  miek and C. G. Gunther, of New-  York.  At the same time M. M. Johnson,  of Salt Lake City, Utah, has arrived,  and is performing a similar duty at the  mines of the Montreal & Boston Consolidated, assisted by P. W. Livermore.  Mr. Johnson had charge of the Highland Boy mine, Bingham, Utah, which  was sold for something like $13,000,-  000 and has paid $2,586,000 in dividends, last year paying $9oo,oooof that  amount, and making the record production for Utah, 235,50c tons.  The gentlemen above named will  probably be some days in and around  this camp, investigating geological formations, measuring ore bodies, sampling, etc.  Lost Sunday morning about ten  o'clock a terrible accident occurred at  the Senator mine, Summit camp, which  is under bond to the Granby Co., by  which John Burns was instantly killed,  J. Rogers, the foreman, was badly hurt,  and two others, Arthur Marshall'and  Charles Bolt, employed there, were  slightly injured.  Burns was using a pick and struck  some powder that had not exploded  in the bottom of a set of holes previously set off. The explosion nearly  tore his head from his body, and death  was instantaneous. -Roger's is suffering  from internal injuries at the Grand  Forks hospital, but he is now re  covering. Dr. E; R. Northrop and  Dr. Kingston, the coroner, both of  Grand Forks, went to the mine at once  the former to care for the injured and  the latter to see about an inquest,  which it was decided was not necessary  under the,circumstances.  Burns, the victim, was well known  in the Boundary, having prospected  here for years, and owning likely properties up the North Fork of Kettle  river. He has a brother in this camp,  who is employed at the Brooklyn mine.  His funeral was held in Grand Forks  Wednesday and was largely attended.  Annual Hospital Meeting.  Thursday the annual meeting ofthe  Phoenix General Hospital was held at  Secretary Martin's office. Reports  were received for the past year, and"  the following officers and directors'  elected for the ensuing year:  President, C. D. Hunter; vice president,   A.   F.  Berry;  other  directors.  W. S. Macy, L. Y. Birnie, O.B. Smith  Jr., J. B. Macaulay, J. A.   Morrin, R.  Horrell and J. L. Martin.  A complete report will appear in the  next issue.  Mayor Rumberger went to Spokane  last Friday, with the probability of his  going to the lar cast before icturning.  "YourNe'ghbor's Wile" Co.  Those who have  a   fancy  for  the  comedy drama will like this play   with  connecting features and reason in plot  and incident, will  be pleased,   having  been given a good   company   headed  by Master Wilfrid Dunbar as   Buster  Brown and  James T.   McGovem a  Happy Hooligan,   who  are   very capable and likeable actors.    The play is  well provided with a heartfelt   interest  which holds one from the first   to the  last act.    This is a big company headed with a   solo   band  and  orchestra.  Many songs are sung by the   members;  of the company.    The   play   will bo.  here for one night, Wednesday, Feb.S.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. f  The folloivint; tnlilc kivc�� Hit- ore shipments of IIouikIhtv mines tor lyoo. lor  1901, for A  t, lor -.903, For 1904, aud 1905, as reported lo the l'hoenix Pioneer��� Y  CAM!'.   l'hoenix   l'hoenix  ., Dead wood  A 1902, lor -.903  ^ MINI!.  A Granby Mines   A Snou-shoc   A H C. Copper Co.  Y Mother Lode   ��� Montreal it Ilostoti Con  T    Hraoklyn-Su-mwindcr.  A    Kawllide   a    Sunset   V Mountain Knse S.ltumit  A    Athclstan-Jackpot Wodiuntou  A Dominion Copper Co.  A    Brooklyn-Stem winder d-m p..l'hoenix  Morrison   It C. Mine   K. Hell   limma   Oro Denoro   Senator   Brey I _cle   A No. 37   7   1  lyoo  lour          170J       190.I 190-1  ....l'hoenix   oj.sej   231,762 3<-9.SsS   303,718 54W"J   l'hoenix       297      1,731     2o,v>j    -1,111   .Deadwood     5.3-10     99,��il M>,32��   -'aS.OTu 174,29s      13,912  I'ast  Week  So j  550  Reliance   ? Winnipeg-....   ��� Golden Crown..  ��� Kiiic Solomon .  A No. 7 Mine   ACity of l'alis   4 Jewel   A Ciirini   A I'roviiunce   A lilkhorii   ���Skylaik   Last Chniici'   li. I'. II. Mine....  9 Hay    A Kill))-   A Republic   A Miscellaneous...  A   Deadwood       Summit    ly.-ty-j   Summit       Summit       Summit       Summit       Summit       Summit       Summit   .....,,,.   Wellington   Wellington  ...    W. Coj>pfi   Central   White's   Long Luke   West Xork   riovidencc    I'rovideiice   Skylark   Sky lurk   Skylatk   Skyltirk  ...Houmlary I'iills  ...liuumiiny Vails  2,250  1 bo  1 ,o.io  665  2,W'U  3S"  r.455  150  14.SM  56o  As  625  4.S2  Syo  -���ly  15.731  5.046  3.M9  "W05  2J.937  15,537  3*3  M35  =5,950  6037  3.'i'-0  2<M9  3,251  730  1.759  75"  4,S*i  37.900  K,,|00  3.I50  222  364  33  9V3  400  3-'5  5->  3 '-'3->  Total  tons   Smelter treatment���  lirnuby C"    II C. 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''l. lJ  ,. 1.ii,,w" *-. ,'���.;������ *   ������.---V-'''-������"���"-: ���;���   '. ���  ������������"���".... ��� ,���   , '.-'������,���    ��>��    -i- ���!-'�� ���, ��� '.. ���  .'*,���,...���-.���������.   .'���!.,.,   ,���':���-���'��-.. ;�����,.���,���.��� ������.������ii...->i  *:  ���;>._.-.. ;^ v   o ���;���.���..;i0/.yv.-.r ..y.,- ./.,;��� -,.,-.���������,.*   fr'-^* ���<v^l }-};l\- l^-k'w, - ?. ^������-���w .k; ���:;-,;;,-^ .,: :~v.V. -v..:  3f- '���','���* THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sorrte Teas are good at ___���  TEA is always good.   Which are you going to have?  M  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  ��  ISBDKO Olf 8AT0KD A V3 11.' TIIK  PfONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT FBOKNIZ. ��. C  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  ,.>.._.. 1 Builnem office No. 14.  Telephone* j M,naftcr., -,!_������, No. IS.  lUBSCKIFTlOXfi IW  ADVANCK.  Per Year.,..;,..... fi.oo  Six Month*.  i.jj  PROVINCIAL.  If you��reaot�� subsc ber to this paper! this  is an invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  rruol notices 10 and scents per line.  1������- ��*�����<���! ly Insertions constitute one month's  w  <UNi6n|'  '90s  FEB.  19��S  So*. Mor.  Tiei  . Wed.  Thu  Fri.  Sat.  r      2  3  4  5    6  7  8      9  10  11  12 13  14  15    16'  17  18  .  19 20  21  22    23  24  25  26 27  28  .  &*��  It is said that Armstrong is to have  another weekly paper, when there is  none too much room, doubtless, for  the Advertiser that already has its home  Jiera Verily, the reasonahleness- of  '"''' , tf'e ways of the man who can scare up  some kind of a press and a gunny sack  full of type are past finding out.  If the Montreal Gazette considers  Manitoba as the west, ns its editorial  tpinions indicate, what would the versatile editor of that great daily call  British Columbia? Which reminds us  of a recent arrival in this province who  informed his friends that he was about  to visit friends away back east in  Alberta.  Summerland is to ,have a weekly  paper.  Vancouver   now   claims  to have a!  population of 40,000.  Nelson school trustees want $40,000  for a new building.  Telephone connection has been  made between Vernon and Kelowna.  Rossland wishes to secure a visit  from the Dawson hockey team, now in  eastern Canada.  D. P. Kane has   betn   appointed  I postmaster  at  Kaslo in  place of S.  Green, who has served since 1892.  John Houston says that Nelson's  progressive administration has effected  a saving of $2,340 a year in salaries.  The Nelson Tribune has installed a  Mergenthaler type setting machine,  making a decided improvement in that  paper.  The Dominion government has disallowed an Act of the Provincial Legis  lature, applying an educational test to  Japanese entering this province.  Shatford Bros, have made their  second payment of $50,000 on their  purchase of the big Ellis ranch, in the  Okanagan. Two townsites are to be  laid out on the property.  An effort is being made to secure a  place on the supreme court bench of  -I Canada of a B. C. judge, to fill Justice Killam's position. The names' of  Chief Justice Hunter and Mr. Justice  Duff are suggested.  Employed in the Boundary.  From the nature of the case, the  forces of men employed in the mines  and smelters ofthe Boundary, and by  the railways that haul ores and fuel to,  and the metallic products from, the  Boundary smelters, varies from time to  time. From various sources, however,  the Pioneer has obtained data regarding the men employed, and the following figures are believed to be fairly  accurate:  MINKS MBK  Granby Mines  350  Mother Lode  100  Brooklyn  90  Rawhide  60  Providence  40   .���       17  0,0  O  ���O  B. C MINING  ��� This week the Pioneer sent out its  Midwinter number of $z pages, fully  illustrated, descriptive of the mining  and smelling industry of the Boundary  country and of'Phoenix. The information contained (herein is biought to  date, and it is hoped that substantial  good may come to the Boundary as a  result of the publication.  Camp Hedley now has a newspaper  and it is a credit to Major A. Megraw,  the editor. The first number of the  Hedley Gazette and Similkameen Advertiser had eight five-column well  printed pages and gave a good story  of the great mine of that section, the  Nickel Plate. There should be a fine  field for the Gazette, and it will doubtless be one of the interior weeklies that  receives a welcome everywhere.  17  16  10  12J  25  10  12  Elkhorn  E. P. U....  Sunset   Last Chance  Skylark   Emma   Oro Denoro  Senacor...'.  Bay         8  Silver Cloud             5  Betts and Hesperus       12  Lancashire Lass         5  Mountain Rose         6  Up North  Fork Kettle   river,  about 1         20  Up West Fork and main Kettle  river, about       50  Hope No. 2, Coronation, Combination, Strathmore, Barbara, Coro-Canadian, etc.,  about....../....;......      40  Miscellaneous       25  Last week the Sandon mines sent  out 274 tons;of ore.  Zinc ore is moving freely from the  Slocan, four cars a day passing through  Kaslo.  Rossland ore sliipmo��ts last week  were 6,300 tons,,making 25,677 tons  for the year to date.  Report has it that the sump mill at  the Nickel Plate is clearing up $6,000  per day at Hedley City.  The Eva stamp- mill at Camborne  has resumed operations after being  shut down since last summer.  The ore-shoot in the LeRoi on the  1,450-foot level, continues to develop  in a very satisfactory manner.  The Centre Star strike in the lower  levels of the mine, is most promising,  and adds materially to the value ofthe  mine.  The machinery for the Rosebery  zinc plant arrived at its destination  last week and will be installed ax soon  as possible.   -  The Outcrop reports that an important strike has been made at the Del-  phine mine, near Wilmer, another high  grade ledge haying been struck.  Shirley Keeley has been appointed  assistant inspector of the lead bounty  in B. C, and will probably be stationed  at the Sullivan smelter at Marysville,  to be blown -in in the course of a  month.  Kootenay Erig'irieering' Works  NELSON, B. C.  Founders and Machinists. Repairing andjobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Cuawfohd Dopui.e Rope Akriai. Tramway System, Limited.  Brass Castings.    A large and complete stock  made 10 order on  short notire.   All  11 classes of work furnished upon appli-  rload.  P. 0. Box 493,  Nelson, B. C.  oi  break  cation.   Speeia  Office and Works,  foot of Park Street.  B.-C. TRAVIS, Manager,  Air Compressors    Y    Rock Drills.  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD  AND  VANCOUVER, H. C.  T  When You Have a Cold.  The first action when you ' have a  cold should be to relieve the lungs.  This is best accomplished by the free  use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  This Remedy liquefies the tough  mucus and causes its expulsion / from  the air cells of the lungs, produces a  free expectoration, and opens the "secretions. A complete cure soon follows. This remedy will cure a severe  cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a  natural, and healthy condition. It  counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia.    For sale by all druggists.  <)3��  Total   -SMELTER   EMPLOYES.  Granby smelter     275  B. C. Copper Co. smelter.....    no  Montreal & Boston smelter     100  1415  Editor Duncan Ross, M.P., of Yale  Cariboo, can commisserate with Premier Ross, of Ontario, both being  elected by such small majorities as to  take away a good deal of the satisfaction of victory. In the former case 82  votes would have overturned the verdict, and in the latter but 12 votes  would have been required to. accomplish a similar end. But then, both are  good Grits, and just now that seems to  count.  A remarkable state of affairs is reported from the little town of Brewster,  in Washington. A. K. Sawyer .with  his partner published the Brewster  Herald for some years, and now Mr.  Sawyer has sold out and started a  bank. It has never been our lot to  chronicle a case of this kind before���  where a newspaper publisher has made  60 much money that he could enter  the banking business. It is harc'ily  likely that such a thing could happen  in British Columbia,  ���50  30  15  C. P.  RAILWAY  EMPLOYES.  Track  maintenance   Station help    Bridgemen   Train crews, 7 of 3 each       21  Engine crews, 8 of 2 each       16  Yard crew   Eholt, shops, round house and  fueling depot.   Other train crews running into  Boundary points.!...   Great Northern, estimated.  1730  TOO  ..      ���'   183O  C. P. R. payroll, $10,00.0 to $20,-  000 per month.  Mine and smelter payroll, about  $135,000 per month.  Eholt is C. P. railway headquarters  for the Boundary.  Chamberlain's Stomach sod   Liver  Tablets.  Unequalled for Consumption.  Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs, Kansas, says:  "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets are, in my judgment, the  most superior preparation of anything  in use today, for constipation. They  are sure in action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe." For  sale by all druggists,  Delivers High Class of floods  The country editor's calling is not  one that promises vast riches, says an  exchange. He must have devotion to  his work, and, considering what he  gets out of it, he delivers a surprisingly  high class of goods. It is doubtful if  the country editor always realizes just  how great an influence he has and his  oppportunities. As a matter of fact,  he is nearer to *he people to whom he  appeals than any other man who  spreads black ink on white paper.  The country editor may not just exactly come up to the ideas of the editor  of a big city daily, but he suits his own  subscribers, (outside of the died-in-the  wool self-estimated important people)  and even some editors of city dailies  know that is the highest test.  Coro-Canadian.  HE CORO-CANADIAN group  recently acquired on a Working bond by a'Grand Forks  syndicate is likely to prove  one of the best high grade propositions  in Skylark camp. The quartz lead at  the bottom of a 30 foot shaft varies  from four to ten inches in width, re  cent assays of the ore giving returns of  $21, $52, $83, $90 and $164 respectively per ton in silver and gold. Silver  constitutes 85 per cent of the values.  Development work is in charge of \V.  H. Jcffery, M.E., who proposes . to  drift on the vein'after reaching the 50  foot level.  The group lie/; between and adjoining the Last Chance mine on the west,  the Crescent urine on tlie northeast,  the Lake mine on the northwest,  the Preston on the east, the Hope No.  2 and Silver King en the south. The  main lode or vein commonly known as  the Crescent lead had been traced by  open cuts across tlie Canadian, the  shaft being located about the center of  the claim.  No work has been done on the Coro,  lying to the south, as the surface is  covered with wash, but the veins on the  Silver King and Silver. Cloud head in  that direction. The formation consists of granitic rocks covered in places  by metamorphosed rock, which has  been much altered In eruption. The  Canadian is also traversed east and  west by a vein which has been opened  up on the Preston and disclosed high  grade ore. There is an abundant supply of excellent mining timber on the  Coro.  The members'of the syndicate that  bonded the group are Lord Arthur  Raine.y, Dr. Kingston, J. \V. McCal-  lum, \V. J. Cook, Dr. Northrop, Chas.  Brogden, Dan McDonald, Geo.Ruth-  erford, of Grand Forks, and W. A.  Karkin, Greenwood.  ESTABLISHED   1S59.  _<is.ern_ow_sfti[>$B<.nh  -.';;.'.'FORTY-TWO   BRANCHES  AND  AGENCIES. IN   CANADA.  EXTENSIVE   FOREIGN   CONNECTIONS.  -���STATEMENT.--' '  Jan. 2nd. IS)t5. RESOURCES.      ,   ,.  Cash (in hiiiid ......../ $ 1,3'6.90.1'ft  Duo from other banks     ],t">8 .',557.84  tiepnslMvitb. I'ointntaii gov't      jOy.UOO.M)  Oovcrntrenl, munlolpHl Hiid oihor ���'-..  bonds und securitier      553,439<i2  ..'���mis   '      ... ll,;W,'i,'H2.��l  Iie��i pstttte, morimiges, bunk preiu-  ���--���-��� - .,   . 5 8,-183.90  ,   LIABILITIES:.  Capital paid up ��� ,  Reserve... .;........:   Unrlividc.l prollls. etc..   Rills in circulation...,...:.......  Peposits in current account  Dopositsiu S��vin{;sdepartment.. T.9_,902,4'  ......?2(477,<W-).OU!  ...... J ,5O0,UO0.0t)  .;....     213,418.-14  .,.._ I ,��S0.820.l��lj  2.093,731.81  ?lfS,180,-l'J7  itpes ami orlier iiu-'Ots  Jlli,'8(i,427.72  JAS. MACKINNON, General Manager.  Blinded With Headache.  People often get blinding headaches  that suffer from constipation. Simplest  remedy is Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut. They are mild,  certain and safe. For headache and  billiousness use only Dr. Hamilton's  Pills.    Price 25c.  COLUMBIAN^ COLLEGE.  Fonw'ed 1892���Ineurpnratttl 1803.  ,  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.    .  Is Your Breath Bad?  Bad breath is one of the early symptoms of catarrh which should be checked at once and not allowed to run into  consumption. The surest cure is frag  rant healing Catarrhozone which cures  catarrh by removing its cause. ' No  case is too chronic���even the most  stubborn yield in a short time to the  balsamic vapor of Catarrhozone. It  makes cures that last, for once cured  by Catarrhozone you stay cured. Catarrhozone is pleasant, convenient and  safe ..to use, relieves almost instantly  and is guaranteed to cure every type of  catarrh, bronchitis and asthma. Use  only Catarrhozone, complete outfit  $1.00; sample size 25c.  So Say All of Us.  An editor always considers that one  subscription in his hand is worth  five  on the books���Fern ie Ledge.  "Yes,   I am  the mother of three  children, two of whom are living,  The  other���excuse these tears���"  "Yes, certainly, you poor thing|"  "The  other works in  a store (hat  doesn't advertise."  An article now widely advertised is  goat lymph. I know a man who tried  some, and he developed into a butt-  nslcy.���Ex.  .Provides a Christian home for students of !)olh ����xes at moderate ratef.  Has a preparatory class for junior students', doinc grade public school work.  Does high'school work, confers nil liijrh  school privilcuep,'and "prepares for teachers' examinations.. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and give*  Diploma*". Gives 11 liberal education 111  its Collegiate Course and iu tin- Ladies'  Connie for M.E.L. and M.L.A In University work, can take students Miroi_h  the complete Arts Course, and tlie'de-1  gree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  full affiliation.        '  For fuller information nnd terms write  Rev. W. ,T. Sipperell, B.A., H.I) .Principal; or Rev J.-P,. Bpwell, Bursar.  iTHE-  A��_NP0RT  Light Locomotives  For All Purposes.  or lining. in<ipi"ipi-'iiilM.le.-<���!virr, fm  "ViMim Road-, fm i'M|iii||f.'<iru ('nn-  Vfiiicnl In opci'iite. quick uml ���mtvpiful,  quick delivery, fully yum an toed, any pize, nnv required lype, any width of imiii.'",  wit.Ii or without tenders.       ��� BUILT BY ���  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  These engines may be seen in service at the mines of Graniiv Co.   Phoenix, R. C.  ! P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD pmCK f'QR IJOUNUARV CKKEK,-GREENWOOD) li. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B.-C.  .... Wkolesale and Retail fleat tlcrdaik, I  Markets at Nelsor., Kaslo,. Three'Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FLSH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  -���-���-_-  DRINK  Phoenix Beer  Made horn the BEST MALT and PUREST  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having it  PHOENIX BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  X   Standard Avk. and' Bannkr St. :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  Q-/_V��VSN'SV(&^'_VSVSV^,^V9 '^/��vSvS"'���^vSv��vSv��vSv^v��v<p  Gait Coal  Delicate Boys and Girls.  Are altogether too numerous. Our  schools are full of them. Chances are  your own children are weaklings. It's  a shame so many children grow up  without health when they could be  made strong by Ferrozone, the best  tonic growing boys and girls can take.  Ferrozone invigorates the whole body,  helps digestion, makes the blood pure  and rich. It supplies more nourishment than children can get in any other way and soon establishes a reserve  of force and energy Give your children Ferrozone and watch them grow  strong.    Price 50c. per bottle.  delivered to any part of  (he city.  9  Oats, Whkat, Fkkij.ktc.  I^irge stock.  *^       Good D_y Wood.       <g  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave,       "^iJSVwJ-"        Phoenix, B. C.  &v_t^_^^J__^^&��^�����ASt_^  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFEJ ACC DENT.  CommisisioBer for taking Affidavits.  Phoenix, ]}.  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral   ' ���..��''  Cor. First & Knob Kill Ave,  1 HOEN1X, li. C.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A.F.and A.M.  R egiilar coniniiiiiicalloii 8 p. n,     c������  ond Thursday or each uioutli  KH^���_?aet.fe_C',led:M����-��ic  A.IIII.r.IKR,  Secretary.  ��HO. S.DliY.  w.m.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSIIOU LOUCK N0.4C  Mens every Monday KvciiIiije' at   Hardy jiuh  Visiting brethern cordlaily invited.  . A. S. WilUniintoii. N. ��. .  Oho.H.Mkad, Kec.Uec'y.  Wm. Delahay, per. Fin. Secy  Phoenjx Akrie  NO. 158.  .flitting* on Friday  a:Sr3o|Kin.,AliiieiB  Union Hall.  VlditiiiK   brethren  cordially Imitid,  DAN DOCKSTKAUKK. I'ren.   M.H. ROY. Sccv  ^OREGON  ShopjtLiine  and union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Stt'iimphip tickets to Kliropciuiil other  foreign countries.  Leaves  Dnily  Siwkniie Time Schedule".  Hffeclive Nov. 22 190^  Alnv%..;  Ilnilv  7.25��;in. FAST MAIL���Ti�� and Troiii  Coeur d'Alenedislitel.Fprm-  iit_ton Onriield < olfnx, Pullman, *Mokcow, ���I'onicroy,  WnitstmiK, Dayton, Wa 11 a  Wnlla.T'cii I cton, linker City  and nil pnititH Kawt  8.00  1:30 p, 111. KXPRKSS���I 'or Farmitigtou  Cnrfietd, Colfax,   Pullman  MoHcow,i,ewiHtou, 1'ortlaud  San Francisco, Kukcr City  and all points HAST.  KXl'KUSS ��� From nil poiuta  . Kant. KakerCity, Sail Frau-  ci.Hco, Portland, Colfax, (Jar-  field and FKrmiiigtoii... ...11.40a.n1  ���Kxcept Sunday.  SHOUT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Frnncisco-Portluiiil Route.  Stenmcrssnil from Atuaivorth docc.  Portland.  alHp. in. and from Spear Street wlinrf, SauFran-  clsco, nt 10 a. in. every five days.  Tickets on sale at all S. F & N. Slationa.  For riirthcr information as to rates, time  tfnliiH, equipment, etc., address  GEO. J. MOHI.HR.Ceueral Agent,  Riverside Ave., Spokane. Wasb  Spokane Falls  NoiftlietnRy.  The only all rail route lietween (xiin's  cuflt. wept 11111I Boiitli lo RophIhih), Nelson. Gram) Forks ami Republic.  BnrTet cars run between Spokane and  Norlliport.  KFFHCTIVR JUNK 14   1903.  Leave. .'.rrlre  S:4.sa 111....... Spokane ..��� 6:15 p, ni.  .0:40a. in..  Rowland 4.-35 p. in.  7:30a. m.u .v��.Nelson 7.30 p. m.-  10:35a. 111 Grand Forks 4:00 p. ir��.  S:jon. in.-. Republic 6:15 p.m.  Save  Time all the time  I)V USING  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Piiluce anil Totinst' .Sleeper*,' Buffet  Library Carp, Modern day Coacliee, Dining Cais, Meiilf it La Caiie.  Best Meals on Wheels.  Formers, Mechnnlcti, SporUmonl  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease  oil and rust stains, paint nnd and earth, etc., mc  tbe "Master Mechanics" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilet So��p Co, Mfrs.  J.8JACMLIT  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  ������.*.*>        PHOENIX, BG.  Matheson & B_��wn, Props.  Everything New Sn���S?^r^D 0THER RIGS  ^���.���^^_^��_j_LJ__1-H0RSL'S AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share ofthe public  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  KAST AND WKSr. ���**  _ For rates and fold.ura and full information regarding tripH call on or address  any agent of the. S. F. & N. Railway or  H.  A, Jackson,  G, V. & P. A.,  Spokane.  Wash.  H. It HA NUT,  C. P. AT. A.,  701 W. Riverside,  Spokane. Wn.  ��.  WANTED. ���MEN AND WOMEN WITH  comiDon-Bctiool education, that aro tlnd of  vrprklnsr for fimull wnires. to qualify as Enlarleil  nd Writers or show-curd writers ilirou 'li  ( ���  Instruciipn by mall,   i'n'cea low; terms easy: n  books to buy.   Send for circular. Ma!l|p�� v.'lici  -ou f>rt"- Mm;: n-1 r���' ���' '-n vn'<l'. ��� ��-h, v/t i  tNTB'     '.���'<���    -- -..���.v..   ... .|.|;.-  ��� -"aijii  |  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.   ' Phone 53,  We make good bread,      Try it.  C. W. GREER, Proprietor.  .wB.C Assay ��i  Chemical Supply Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER. B. C.  '.'   '        ' I  Direct Importers of Assayeri Supplies.  Sole Agents in B. C. for tlie well-known  Batteraea Crucibles. Seorifiers. Muffle?,  etc. Selling agents for the F. XV. Brann  Co'sSpecialties. Gary Fnrnnees. Burnero,  etc. Mercks' Pure Chemicals, Assaj' Ma-  Iior, Platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. Acidp,  Borax  Glass and all Heavy Chemicals  Specialty���Silver Frco Lead and Litharge.  Complete Assay Outfits   furnished   at  short notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  11111111^  !.WS5Snw.I!.rasrww7Trfflra��oOTj;p^^ copp  The new edition of the COI'PEIt HANDBOOK lists and describes 3 311 cop-  per mines and coptmr minin.iiii tides, in all'partd of the world, covering; tlie  ilobe, thesedescrioMuiis .aiming from two lineis to 12 pn<;H��iii length, .'uvordhVto  importance of the mines. The descriptions are not padded, hut givn facts mi |h-  jiiui'ttaiideiieed and (tet-at-al'le form. ,  There ar�� ale i fli'teen misi'elhin ous I'hiipters, devoted to ih<> IIisf>rv, Uh-p  Terminology, (geography, d'eology, C'iieinidiy, Miueridogv. Metudnrvy, hinann*  und .StiUiMic* of < ��f��p-r, render ng tlin volume a v.-riiaWeciievcluiicdia of tins miIi-  k'Ctof Copperatld everything pertaining to th* metal,  It i�� the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  Every Miner, Prospector, luri-stor,-Itatik.-i, ami Broker neeils th" book. Price  iK$5in Buckram binding with git top, or f7.60 in lull lihiiirv ' liiorrorwi, and the  liook, in either binding, will lie. sent, fullv prepaid, on iwproval, tonnv address in  the world. u> lie paid for if found satisfactory, or mav returned within a weekoi re.  i-cipt and the charge cancelled.    Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  THE 'PHOENIXPIONppt  Granby Co  Ou  ompany  I>urin- the year i9o4 the Gianby  mines shipped more than 40 per cent  more ore than in the previous year,  the total being 39.5,718 tons for 1903  and 549,703 in 1904���both in dry  ions. The following is the record of  shipping by months lc,r 1904  MONTH.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  ���'., .'I hen I uy the. ;  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  whii-li uiyea Perfect Work in Ihesliortei-t  lime with the greatest euse '.'operation.  Write for Calnli ���.������-,.���.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agenls. Phoenix, B. C.  TONS.  ....... 50,940    49."o  ....... 51.300    42.870    46,950    49,199   '������ 34.38o  ....... 42.030    48,000    40,605  November  45,089  December.  49,230  January.. . .  February.. .  March   April. .  May......  June ,  July.......  August. .-.  September .,  October  I'otal  904.  f  ��� �����<  ^wood Stage L1 fl c  Phoenix  G  Leave Phoenix   -  1 .cave G reen wood  9.30 a. 111. "J  Standard Time  t  ��� 3�� P- m]   ���  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight  J. S. McGAGUE, Proprietor  .1   549.703  In the year 1904 there were 5,783  feel of crosscutting, drifting, raising  and sinking done at the Granby mines  ���or over a mile���making a grand,  total of 26,844 feet of development  work done in these mines, or over five  miles. This does not include any of  the work done in the immense ore  quarries.  In 1904 there were 3,148 feet of  diamond drilling done at the Granby  mines, or a total of 4,641 feet to date.  ORANUY  SMELTER.  Detailed and corrected figures have  been obtained showing the exact  amount of ore that was reduced at the  smelting works of the Granby Co. at  Grand Forks for the past calendar  year. The total is a little short of  600,000 tons of ore-���the exact amount  being 596,252 tons. In the year  1903 the same smelter treated 401,921  tons, the increase being, therefore,  about 45 per cent, for 1904 over the  previous year. The following table  shows the tonnage treated by the  smelter for each month of 1904 :  TONf.  January;...-..  February'-;"..  .March'...'..  April .... -.  May .....  June. ..''.  July.......  August.--'.'-.  September..  October,-'...  November -.  December :-,..  Total, 1904..-.  i��,i59  ���^263  19,412  14,475  18,480  ��7,'07  16,303  ,  i7,901  18,254  19-85'  116,624  16,655  210,484  CAUGHT BY THE GRIP.  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Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  ytar   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  ���00���   /Including Handsome l'ortraltN  year ^0rki���k Bdwm-. i7���� inches.,/   Phoenix Pioneer and New York ^  World, Thrice-a week, both 7  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal     *  Family Herald and Weekly Star,     ^  both one year   Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  j:ostw.  January ...  February . .  March .."..���  April .....  May ......  I'une...;'..  July   August....  September.  October .'.'  November .  December .  Total for  In the year 1903 this smelter reduced 162,913 tons of ore, so that  during 1904 there was an Increase of  47,571 tons treated, or almost 30 per  cent. Of the 210,484 ions smelted,  172,753 tons were from the company's  Mother Lode mine, while the balance  of 37,731 tons came from the following properties in the boundary, Rossland, Republic, Ymir, West Fork and  other camps: Gpld Finch, Emma,  LeRoi No. 2, Athelstan, Non Such,  Providence, Senator, Elkhorn, Butcher  Boy, Hunter V;, Bay, View, Gem,  Preston, Silver Cloud, Columbia and  Kootenay, E;P.U., Eureka, Cliff, Che-  welah Copper King, Mountain Rose;  Rathinullen, Lead King, Carmi, Rhod-  erick Dhu, Mountain Lion, First  Thought, Ben Hur and Keystone.  MATTE AND  BLISTER  COPPER.  Total   matte   produced  in 1904......     .    4,978,75olbs  Total blister copper....    2,933,11510s  Above  matte   and   blister   copper  contained:  Copper..  Gold  Siiver....  5,081,743       lbs  .... ,.35>4'3:84? m  118,418.93   oz  57,255  56,986  55,760  47,5'2  48,467  48,641  37,042  47,3o8  49-795  45>7'4  49,411  52,361  904 ...596,252  Of this total there was shipped from  the company's Phoenix mines a total  of 549,703 tons of ore. This leaves  46,54s tons of custom ore that was received during the year, this custom  ore coming from Republic, Rossland,  Ymir, Orient and other mines.  The total production of metals from  this ore for the year 1904, the figures  for December being estimated, as they  are not yet available for that month,  was :  Gold           50,694 oz.  Silver            217,472   oz.  Copper....  ....17,843,399 lbs.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  us  Wanted.  Men and women in this county and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established house of  solid financial standing. Salary to  men $21 weekly, to women $12 to $18  weekly with expenses advanced each  Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  Morton Bldg., Chicago, 111.  Perfect Confidence.  Where there used to be a feeling of  uneasiness and worry in the household  when a child showed symptoms of  croup, there is now perfect confidence.  There is owing to the uniforn success  of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in  the treatment of that disease. Mrs. M.  I. Basford, of 1'oolesville, Md., in  speaking of her experiences in the use  of that remedy says: "I have a world  of confidence in Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy for I have used it with perfect  success. My child Garland is subject  to severe attacks of croup and it always  gives him perfect relief." For sale by  all druggists.  Figuring on the 1904 average prices  for metals, the value of the Granby  Co.'s output for 1904 was as follows:  Gold,    50,694 oz., at  *���      $20 $1,013,880  Silver, 217,472 oz., at  57C       ��� 23,959  Copper, 17,843,399lbs.  at 12.8c   2,283,955  Total 1904 output  $3,421,794  Altogether, since the inauguration of  smelting operations by the Granby Co.,  there has been reduced at the smelter  tons of ore as follows :  TOSS.  I900  62,387  1901         230,8:8  1902     3" 2,3-1��  1903      40,,92"  1904     5l/>.252  Total  ftvv years., .. 1,603,72s  B. C. Copper Co.  According to official figures furnished by the British Columbia Copper Co., the company's Mother Lode  mine had an output during 1904 as  follows:  MONTI! TONS  January  14,842  February  '4,854  March .  16,480  April  12,925  May  15,776  June  14,928  July     i4,��9'  August   15,5 12  September  14,33'  October  '4,593  November .  13,020  December . . .  12,946  Total 1904    174,298  In the year 1903 the Mother Lode  mine had an output of 138,079 tons of  ore, so that during 1904 there was an  increase of 26,219 tons or a lr'"u lm"  der 20 per cent.  SMEI.TIXG   DATA.  The exact amount of ore treated at  the British Columbia Copper Co.'s  two-furnace smelter in 1904 was as  follows, including the custom ore received from 30 different outside mines:  Figured on a basis of an average  price for 1904 of 57 cents per ounce  for silver, 12.8 cents per pound for  copper and $20 per ounce for gold, the  value of the output of the B. C. Copper Co. for 1904 was:  Copper,   5,001,743   lbs  @  12.8c.v;.. ....  $646,623.36  Gold, 36,403.842 oz. @  $20.00...........       72,807.68  Silver, 116,418.93 oz, @  57c. .......... .       67,498.79  Total value 1904... $796,929.83  By years the tonnage treated at the  B.   C.   Copper  Co.'s  smelter was as  follows:  YEAR  I 90 I .  1902     .  '9��3..'p  1904..  Total.  117,6 r 1  148,600  162,913  210,484  736,608  Montreal & Boston.  The Montreal & Boston Consolidated only operated its first furnace about  three months of 1904, putting through  about 30,000 tons of ore, nearly all ol  which was produced by the company's  mines.  The production of copper matte was  about 1,225 tons> ar)d the approximate  production of metals was as follows:  Gold,   3,435 ozs.,at$20 $68,700  Silver, 13,494 ozs.,at 57c. 7,724  Copper, 920,000 lbs , at  12c.  117,760  Value 1904 output . .$194,184  While the above estimate of values  is not official, it is believed to be fairly  conservative, as the average prices for  the year 1904 have been used and the  market prices for the last three months  of 1904 were higher than earlier in the  year, especially as regards copper.  Total  Boundary Values,  1904.  Putting together the figures for the  three district smelters, given above, we  have the following output from Boundary mines for 1904 :  Granby Company... .$3,421,794  British Columbia Copper Co       796>936  Montreal fir Boston  Consolidated       194,184  Total $4,412,914  Output of high grade  Boundary mines, treated at Nelson and Trail  smelters, about      250,000  Total 1904 output..$4,662,9i4  2,507,727 Tons cf Ore.  Following are the totals of the shipments of ore from each of the Boundary mines of importance, for five years,  from 1900 to 1904 inclusive, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer and  Boundaiy Mining Journal:  MINKS TONS  Granby mines  1,549,594  Mother Lode  558,077  Snowshoe  94,040  Brooklyn-Stemwinder 25,200  Rawhide  3,070  Sunset  27,238  Athelstan-Jackpot  11,982  Mountain  Rose.... ',759 ���  Morrison  3,486  B. C. mines  101,075  R. Bell  560  Emma  70,077  Oro Denoro  31,93 7  Senator  3,813  Brey Fogle  222  No, 37     367  Reliance  33  JLV spares no clasa or nationally.''. Tint  cultured aud tho ignorant, tliu aristocrat  and the pauper, tho masses and the  classes are aliko subject lo la -griripu.  None aro exempt���all aro.liablo.  ��������  Have you tin, prlpT Or, rather,' lias  tho grip c<>t you 7 (irip Is well named.  Tlie original ���_ rrsnc.H lurm, la grippe,  has boon shortened by tho busy American to read "crip." Without, lutuiiding  lo do so a now word has "Iwril coined  ihat exactly dem:ril>08 t'10 caso. As If  Bonn) hideous giant with awfr.l Cuir- hail  clutched us In its fatal clasp. M��n,  v-oirn.'ii, children, whole towns and cities  articaught iu tin, tiauufut grip of a.ter-  ritilo monster.  Tho followi'.ii; li>i.u,rM spoalt for them  selves as to tho efficacy of I'enin�� In  i:a.sos of laKrippoor its after ofTectM.  After Effects of La Grippe eradicated  -   by Pc-ro-na.  Mrs. Fred Weinberger, Westnrlo,  A-lhany County, K. Y., writes:  "Several years ago I had an attack of  la grippe which left my nerves in a  prostrated rondltlon. Then I had aD-  blher attack of lagrippo which loft tno  worse. I had tried three good physicians  but all ia vaiu. L gave Pcruna atrial.  In at.liort lime I was feeling belter and  now 1 3111 as well as unyomo."��� Mrs.  Fred Weinberger..  tion. James It. Culll of Omaha.  lion. James TI. Guill is one of the  oldest and most esteemed men of Omaha,  S'el>.     Ho has done  much to make It  what It is, serving on pnblio board* a  number of timet:. He endorses Ferrtma  In tho following words:  "I am C3 years old, am halo and hearty,  and Tcruna has helped roo attain it.  Two years ago I had la grippe���my life  was despaired of. Peruna saved me.''���  J. It. Guill.  A Relative of Abraham Lincoln.  irr. Silas R. Lincoln, who resides at  9131. Street, X. W, Washington, D. C,  has tho honor of being third cousin to  Abraham. Lincoln.   IIo writes:  "I had la grippe five times before  using your medicine Pour years ago I  began tlio t_e of Pcruna, sinco which  tlmo I havo not been troublod with that  disease. I can now do as much work at  my desk as I over could in my life. I  havo gained more than ten pounds ia  weight."���S. S. Lincoln.  Pe-ru-na Not Only Cured La Grippe but  Oenefltcd tbe Whole System.  Miss Allco M. Drcsslor, 1318 N. Bryant  ���Avo., Minneapolis, Minn., writes:  "Last spring I suffored from la grippe  and was partially cured but the bad  after effects remainod through the sum  mer and somehow I did not get strong  as I was before. One ot my college  friends who was visiting me asked ma  to try Peruna and I did so and found  it all and more than I had expected. It  not only cured me of the catarrh but'  restored me to perfect health, built up  tho entire system and brought a happy  reeling of buoyancy which I had,not  known for years."���Alice M. Dressier.  An Actress' Testimonial.  Miss Jean Cowglli, Griswold Opera,  Ilouso, Troy, N. Y., is the leading lady  with tho Aubrey Stock Co. She writes  tho following: ,".  "During the past winter of 1901, I  suffered for several weeks from a severe  attack of grippe, which left a serious  catarrhal condition of tho throat and  head.".  ��� .  "Somo one suggested Peruna.   As a  last  resort, after   wasting much time ,  and money on physicians, I tried the  remedy faithfully, and in a few weeks  wan as wni 1 as ever."���Jean Cowglli.  A Southern Jud��c Cured.  Judge Horatio J. floss, Ilartwcll, fia^  writes:  "Some five or six years ago I had a  very severe spell of grippe, which left  ma with systemic catarrh. A friend,  advised mo to try. your Peruna which 1  did, and was immediately benefited nr.d  cured. Tho third bottle completed tin  cure."���II. J. Goss.  If you do not derivo prompt and satisfactory results from tho ujo of Peruna,  writoatonce to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your case and he will  be pleased to gtvo you his valuable advice gratis.  ��� Address  Dr.   Ilartman,  President of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.  Winnipeg.......  5,33<5  Golden Crown.. ..  2,875  King Solomon. .  875  No. 7 mine   1,147  City of Paris......  2,000  Jewel   5<��  Carmi  .  890  Providence   i,928  Elkhorn   725  Skylark   52  50  E.-P. U. mine :..  467  Miscellaneous....  8,345  Total five, years...  ..    2,506,727  Estimated   value  at  $5 per ton  ..$12,533,605  With Crick in the Back.  You are up against a whole lot of  trouble unless you have a strong remedy like Nerviline to settle pain and  dislodge stiffness from the muscles and  joints. Just rub Nerviline on the pain  ful spot���not much rubbing because  Nerviline has more power than ordinary remedies. You won't suffer long  after Nerviline is applied for it relieves  almost ins'antly. Mr. Phillip Adams,  of Oakland, says: "If I hadn't used  Nerviline I guess my back would be  stiff yet. A few applications of Nerviline took out all the soreness and  stiffness. I can recommend Nerviline  for any kind of muscular pain, also for  rheumatism."    Price 25c.  Feb. 15,16,17 and 18  stetiiiiK  le Fare  For round trip  On Sale February 15, 16 and 17th  Good to Return Feb. 20th.  ������������������������������������������������������������99����*e  Olcn T,na Collie Rennek  THE  HOME  OF  High-Class  COLLIES  We make a specialty of breeding the  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction to flockmasters  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  Thos. S. Griffith,  P. O. Box 1907. Spokane, Warii  ������o*��*��*����������������������������������������������������  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  Seth aud Jerry Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greeuwoo-' Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located, in Long Lake camp.  Fake notice that I, Albert E. Ashcroit. aei-  ingasage'it for the Jewel Gold Mines Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85.647, intend  sixty days from the date hciecf, to apply to "the  Mining Recorder lo- ��� Certificate of Improve  raents, for the pur' OK of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above c_ba.  And further take notice that act.cn under section 37,must be commenced before the issuance ci  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of August, .$04,  ALBKRT K. ASHCROFT   P. I. 6  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Impsovements.  Grand Forks,   Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J. H.NOYHK-  Proprieto  Hegiuniug Tunc Ist,leave Utecnwood at 6a.m  and Phoenix at 7:30 a,in ; arrive at Grand Fork  10:30a. in.,leave Grand Kur'-sjMS p. ill., arriving  at l'hoenix 7 p. nl., and Greenwood nt 6. p.m.  Connects both ways with Great NoriliTii train-  Hare���Grand Forks to l'hoenix, ft So; Phueim  to Greenwood, 50c; Greenwood to l'hoenix, $1 0.  Greevvood to Giaud Forks, $3. OHice iu Green  wood, <��t Northern Telegraph orTice. In I'hot  nix. McKae Ilros. _ Smith. In Grand Fork.  Gt. Norther offices. For express rat-s, nqulir  ��� t either office.  If You're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  Championship Contests  HOCKEY, SKI RUNNING,  SNOWSHOEING.  Complete Programme of Canadian  Wiiiter Sports.  You shouid read the  Phoenix  Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest  News of Boundary's Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  NOTICE.  Summit, Mayflowe-, Hopewell, falf-nm Fractional, Cabot rractional and Mayflower Fractional Mineral claim-!, situate in the Green-  wi'od Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���in Summit camp  Tak' Notice that I, Issac H. Hallett, as agent  for Dnueald Mclnnis, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B74S91; George W. Kumberaer. Free  Miller's CertiHeale No HROVtt; and Thomas  Roderick, Free Miner's Ccrtin>a.te No B8pWUI,  intend, sixty days Irom thednie hereof tn apply to the Minlns; Recorder for certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  1 niwn (J.ants Tor the above i>lalnis.  And further take m.tpce that action, under  section 87, must be cnimencd b. fore thr issuance of such Ce> tificatesof Improvements.  Dated llil.H-tlth dayof .-epteuiber, A. II. 1404  -fi- ,     I. II. IIA I.I.KIT.  THE MILWAUKEE  A fitiniliiii- mime fur the Cliieni:", Milwaukee & St. Pa.nl Knilwny. known all  over 1 lie Union its tin* Great "ailway  riinninir the "I'innecr Limited" trains ,  every day ami nijjlit between H\. I'aul  ami Cliicaeo, mih! Omaha anil Cliintuo,  "The only perfect trains in the wort I."  Understand: Connection* are mads  with All Transcontinental J-inep, assuring to passengers the k'Bt service knows.  Luxurious coaches, electrie lights, steam  heat, of a verity equaled !>y no other  line.  See that your ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee" when going to any point iu  the United States or Camilla. Allticke-  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other information, address,  R. L. Ford, H. S. Kowe,  Trav. Pass. Agt.,  8POKAKK, WN  General Agen ,  I'ORTLANDOhB  M  ���>?.  ilaj  "fffa-r] <��-  f~  1  Sp^  Phoeaix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed,  Imported Goods.  address:  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  FINE HOOTS AND SHOKS  MADE  TO ORDER.  PRACTICAL     MINERS    AND    PROS  PECTORS  SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Shop   on  Dominion Avenue.  ill  mm  Y-fS 'p-firS..  **4zlt��  pji)  .. ��� ��� m mm  �����  M  ���:i<!'j>j:Jiii;.;  mmi  mm  m mm  i  ��� By&y  .������' H'i':,~ ':  ��� Hi  $mnt  mm  f''^:l:;  WM_rMB_T__r_1tffllWWWnTLt���'g��ffl!^<P^  wm^MmM&^u^mmK&m,mhmm\mmmmmmMMMmm -A  ���Ik  ���M  -4m  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ��s\JSP"1  I  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Looted,  Good Sample Rooms.  Corner Knob Hill Ave,, and First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  j. a. monaster  "TKat's Our Business"  ���-���������: The Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer  is fully equipped tp turn out the Best. Quality of  Stationery for any kind of busiuess. Special  attention paid to work for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade  ADDRESS,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  PHOENIX, B. C.  St. Valentine's eve has been  ed as the date for the fourth  ball of Phoenix Lodge No 2S, Knights  of Pythias. The announcement lo  this effect was made this week, the  committee in charge being Samuel i  Stevens, Eric Jackson and John A.  Morrin. The floor committee is composed of James Murray, G. L. Elkins',  James Marshall and J. E. W.-Thompson.-  :t::!rietropolitan Cafe    Meals at  ���-���:  All xiours.  DEANE, Proprietor.  '���-"'        (under summit hotkl.V  DANNY  Open Day and Night.  Oysters in every style.  Turkey and Chicken Dinner,  : Sunday, 5 to 8 p.m.  Black's Hotel< 1  Proprietor.  Ed. Black,  WATCHMAKER  JEWELER.  Repairing-;of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine .line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST., - - - PHOENIX, B.C.  PHOENIX  Skating  Rink  Prendergast & Munro  ..Dominion Avjnue, PHOENIX, 11. C  Commodious Sample Rooms  1  Mist-CLias Dining Roon  in  connection  U.ir Well Stock  ed  wilh Choicest  G  DOlis  Most Convenien  lly  Located  PROPRIETORS).  Now Open for the  Season of 1904-05.  Telephone No. 26.  ^mwiwmmwm  '    '  ' Si  G. W. Rumberger  ! Real Estate 1  NOTICE.  THOSE desiring extra copies  of the Midwinter Number  of the Pioneer' will do well to  place their orders as soon as  possible, as the advance demand  for the issue is so large that it  will undoubtedly be exhausted  in a few days. This demand  coming after the first forms, had  been printed, it was impossible  to increase the edition beyond  the 2000 copies announced.  Boyle is the druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  The old reliable, Boyle the druggist  I have a   good Piano for sale or  rent.    E. H. Mortimer.  t Take your prescriptions to Boyle the  ruggist   .  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  The quality is right if bought from  Boyle the Druggist.  Greenwood contributes $15 per  month, through the city council, to the  free reading room.  County Judge Andrew Leamy is  quite seriously ill at his home in  Grand Forks..  A dance was given last night by the  Greenwood orchestra of eight pieces, at  the Auditorium in that city.  R. B. and Mrs., Kerr will shortly  start for Oak'and, California, where  they will spend the balance of the  winter.  Mrs. A. B. W. Hodges, with hei  sister, Mrs. Taylor, formerly of Santa"  Anna, Cal., came up from Grand Forks  with Mr. Hodges this week.  It is expected that Rev. E. Manuel,  of Grand Forks, will have charge of  the Methodist service here tomorrow,  Mr. Perley taking the service in Grand  Forks.  Rev. Perley has been taking the  place of Chas. L. Thornber in tbe public school this week, while the latter  has been taking in tbe Nelson curling  bonspiel.  The Dominion government has appropriated'$55,000 for the telephone  line from Kamloops via Granite creek,  Princeton, Hedley, Keremeos and  Fairview to Penticlon.  Last Monday evening the Phoenix  junior hockeyists went down to Greenwood, and gave the boys of tbat town  an interesting game, beat:ng them  again, this time by a score of 3 to 1.  Dr. Foster, of Greenwood, is looking after the practice.of Dr. Boucher,  whiie the latter-is helping the curlers  to bring back some of the trophies and  prizes at the Nelson bonspiel of the  Kootenay Curling Association.  Purity first, Boyle the druggist.  Any of the local mining shares  for  sale.    E. H. Mortimer.  Try Boyle's Witch Hazel Cream for  chapped hands.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, McMillan  block, Feb. 13 to 16.  Martin Burrell is now in charge of  the Grand Forks News-Gazette.  .James McGregor, provincial mining  inspector, was in the city yesterday,  For sale, young pullets, at 50 cents  each.    Enquire of Mrs. XV. B. Willcox.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank blocl, from Feb. 10th  to 14th.  '��� For large returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  Born, to the wife of Howard Cameron, Brooklyn avenue, a daughter,  January  30th.  To rent, furnished,-comfortable one  room cabin. Apply to J. E. Mills,  Brooklyn avenue.  The name of the Stemwinder hotel  has been changed by Johnson & Johnson to the Stockholm.  Deeds, Mortgages and Bills of sale  made cut and recorded. Ed. H  Mortimer. Notary Public.  Chas. D. Hunter and James Hunter  will leave Monday for a six weeks'  trip to Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.  Mclntyre & McDonald this week  closed negotiations with,James Mc-  Ardle for the purchase of the Palace  livery stable, which they now   occupy.  M. W. Crane formerly of Phoenix,  but latterly electrician at the Mother  Lode mine, is recovering from the effects or a fall in' the crusher building  at the mint, where he was working on  electric wires. He fell about 20 feet,  making a four inch scalp wound.  Dr. R. B- Boucher. Geo. E. Dey,  C. H. Reeves, Geo. L. McNicol, J. A.  Morrin, Isaac Crawford, Alex Strachan  and (Chas. L. Thornber attended the  bonspiel of the Kootenay Curling Association at Nelson this week. As we  go to press there is no report of their  bringing 'jack any trophies.  Thursday evening the Ladies' Aid  of the Presbyterian church held the  annual meeting at the home of Mrs.  Bowcrman, and chose the following  officers for the ensiling year: President, Mrs. J. E. Mills; vice-president,  Mrs. XV. J. Cramer: secretary, Mrs.  I. Crawford; treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Mor  rin.  Granby Exchange  After stocktaking we submitted our  HARNESS and LEATHER  Department List to different parlies but  GOT NO OFFER  Since that we have been and are now stocking up in this line and  I KUlNiM^-__ND  VALISES.  Also in Shoemaker's Supplies.    We have ihe cut sole, ooblef's set.,- and all the  lest of it.  The Complete Housefurnishers.  season TicKefs.  Men's $5.00,''':.'  '  Ladies' $4.00,.  Children's $3.00.  w  : : and Mines 1  [ Houses to Rent, City Properly for Salc.il  Shares in all the leading mines bought and ,.  sold. Information about l'hoenix: and tlie'1  Boundary couutry given on application.        ���'  W  SZEiHS^Sl_S_l?iHSSS_rHS_raS_r2_S_5_a  5ESE52s_ui5_uis_r2s_ra5Hs_rssEszsfH  HOR SALE "EN BLOC."  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with local applications, as they cannot reach the  scat of th? disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must  take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh ��'me is  ...taken internally .jand acts directly on the blood  and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not  , a qiaclc medii'ine It was prescribed by one of  the best physicians ii, thin country for years and  Js a regular prescription It is composed of the  best tonics known, cihibirierl with the best blood  purifiers acting directly on the mucous su.faces.  The, perfect combination ot tbe two ingredients  Js what produces' such-.Wonderful results iu curing catxuTh. -;Sei:d,f��rJ<.'8limonia1s free. 7  P.-J CHENEY & CO;;-Props., Toledo, O.  Sold b> alt druggists, price 75c.  TBie Hall's Faintly Puis forconstipstlon.  Last week Friday a farewell social  was given to C. Hoard, at the residence of Mrs. Isaac Crawford. Mr.  Hoard has been the organist at the  Presbyterian church for the past four  months, and before the evening was  over George E. Dey, on behalf of the  choir and managers, presented Mr.  Hoard with a scarfpin set with diamonds and pearls.  Another  Cass   of   Rheumatism   Cured  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  '. The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm in the relief of rheumatism is  being demonstrated daily. Parker  Triplets, of Grigsby, Va, says that  Chamberlain's Pain jIBalm gave him  permanent relief from rheumatism in  the back when everything else failed,  and he would not be without it. For  sale by all druggists.  EARN A  Comfortable Living  WITH A "���  Chatham Incubator  Poultry raising with a Chatham  Incubator is a very profitable and  easily managed occupation.. Unless  you want to go into it extensively it  need take but very little of your time.  Government reports show that the  demand for chickens in Canada is  greatly in excess of the supply and  Great Britain is always clamoring  for more. That means a. steady  market and good prices for chickens.  You cannot raise chickens successfully with a setting hen. She is wasting time setting when she should be  kving. While she is hatching and  brooding a few chickens she could be  laying five or six dozen eggs. The  percentage of chickens she hatches is  much less than that produced by the  Chatham Incubator.  It will pay'you'-to.own a. Chatham  Incubator.  Chatham Incubators contain every  improvement of importance in Incubator construction that has been produced. They are made of thoroughly  seasoned wood, with two walls, case  within case. _ Between these walls'  mineral wool is packed forming the  very best insulation. Each piece of  the case is mortised and grooved and  screwed, making the whole as solid  as a rock. Chatham Incubators are.  equipped with scientifically perfect  regulators which are pan ; infallible  means of regulating the temperature.  No cash to pay until  5 ���__��.,  We will start you raising poultry  for profit with a Chatham Incubator  without one cent of money from you  until next Fall. That means that you  can take off seven or eight hatches  and make considerable money out of  the Incubator before the first payment  becomes due.  We couldn't make this offer if we  were not certain that if. you accept it  you will get complete, satisfaction, if  we were) not positive that the Chatham  Incubator will pay you a handsome  yearly income. ;  This is a straightforward offer. We  make it to show our supreme confidence in the Chatham Incubator. We  want you to accept this offer as-we  are sure of the satisfaction our Incubator will! give. Every machine we  have put but so far has made other  sales in the same neighborhood.  Our offer la to send you a Chatham  Incubator at once, freight prepaid by  ua without one cent of cash from you.  You make your first payment in  October, 1606. The balance to be paid  tn October, 1906, or If a Cash Buyer  you gat It cheaper. Could any offer  be fairer or more generous?  Sxrra Falui. Okt.. November loth. 1S04.  Tbe Incubator rod Brooder tbat I toiifrttfrotnTour  _?"�� .?n.Sln"'' !_!"!> now to par the wbola amount  tola fall. If too will dvo mo a ilta-ount. I am Terr  much pleacod with both Incubator and Brooder, and  would not M without them, bccattRn I cleared tali  lesion, more ttttn tho Incubator ami Ilrooder eotit me.  Youri reepertriitlr.  Mits. \v. irmop.  i Write u* to-day for full particulars  of our offer and mention this paper.  i.Doh't put it aside for another time as  this special proposition may be withdrawn at any time.  THE MANSON CAMPBBIX CO., Limited  Dept,225ctiathoai, Ont.  MANITFACTtmEltO OP  Chatham TUnnlnjr Mllu and Ctuitbiim Farm Scalca.  CISTBIDDTIKa WARRIIOUSR-f AT  Montreal, Que., ttnindon, Mnu., Cnlcary. Alto..  Keir WuUnlnater, D.C., Halifax, tf.B.  . r.lLTOaiKS AT  Chatham, Out, aud Detroit, Mich. 11  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Pilo! mineral claim, situnte in the Greenwood  mining division of Yale district.  Where located���hi' Providence camp.  Take notice that I, Isaac IX Hallett, as agent  for Thomas Koderick, Free'Minei's Ceiti fit-ate  No. JIS0401. and Jnmrs Marshall, Free Miner's  Certificate No BS0429, intend, sixty da>s fiom  theonte hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Cerlificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtainiug a'Crown'Grant of the above  claim. .; ,.  ' And further take notice, that action, under  section 37, must be commenced-before the issu,  ance of such Certificate of improvements.  . Dated this 25th day of.Jaiiuary, A. D. 1505.    -  -.'   .���*-'���%]��� -p.;;   ���''���.'vX.'H.HAMjjrr"  Station ers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  i  ) Special attention is called to our  new line of Stationery, including  everything needful for correspondence or accounting in the  office or in the home.  "You will find it well worth  'while to e.\amine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  Dominion .\ve.  Telephone No. 28.  *#     Phoenix, B. C.  Just received direct from Scotland  a large shipment of  "Sanderson's  Famous lVIoimtain Dew"  (freenwii. _ Liqiiop Co.  Boumlary Agpms fti'r '���PARST-flKLl'-BIiATED BERK/'  Wholesale Dealer in Mlnei, T.'quori nnd Cigars.  Telephone orders receue prompt attention.  :u:enwood  The BEST, Cheapest f?  and most satisfactory $  Clothing in Phoenix.  Clothing!  KNOB HILL AVE.  PHOENIX  $450 BK  RESIDENCE PROPERTY  in Phoenix which pays  3 per cent per month  in rentals.  Address:  GEO. L. BRAZEE,  j.   Phoenix, JJ. C  H��_u_E5c__jHSa5_i_r3_ESa5_H__iH_  25_M_n_ZScS_T2Sa5HS_ffiSHSH5_raS_J  Watches,  %  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.    The most pei fecly appoint-     f   Hi  and I'leusuie Keholt in  the West, with a  pletesystem of I'atlts���including-;' Turkish nil 1  Russian.   Open tlie year round.   The curative  properties of its waters are uncqiialed.  Hor Curing all Rheumatic. Nervou�� and Muscular Troubles.  Hor Mealing all. Kidney, l.ivor and 'Stomach  ailments.  Hor Klliliiiinliiignll MeUllicPolsails from the  System  The giiiiideur of the scenery is unrivaled  Mountains, snow f.cal<s, forests, fakcs.watcifalls  boating, yachting, fishing, shyotiiic, excursion,  teiinl". , iu whiter climate is niKiMPssscd Irr  (nil''ii ��� p*  Furnished Rooms by Day, Week or Month.  Transient Trade Solicited.   Open all night.  IIOTEL:HAVANA  .: 510 Front Avenue,     '������.''. C__f,_^_    .'  i'lioue Main i3co. ���'..   OpOKatie.  Phoenix Miners' Union Hall  Mm  One  Evening  Jewelry,  _M��naM_n��Bin(HM���_ai_  Repairing.  "' Wo cuii "Wiituh','you nt almost siny  piict>, from llic uooilj evnydav timi'pii'fe  to the expensive tuljnstetf chronometer.  Our Jewelry titid Cut Ghi^s .��tcn-k  will be loiitui just u lint, vou tloiru to  make 11 select ion from.  In leiuiiiiij: we hip pre|i:iif<] intake  e.tre of anvlliMii: in lira line.  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of satisfied ^ ,  customers.    If you don't   believe   it come  and examine goods.  A Ftfil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  just arrived.    All new .seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. j^���!��-KjJS,,',,!e,!v,x  00  GeOoJE. Dey  i lie Tweler.  Knob lliil  Ave.  You Can Get  THE FINEST FRUITS that grow  and THE FINEST CIGARS and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new  store of   Alex McRae,  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc.  Hardy Block,  -  Dominion Ave. I  THE  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.   ''  The Lcadin? flofel of the llcotenays,  Special  Raits to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  Do-not miss this opportunity  f6 - PEOPLE - 16  Up-to-date specialties, special scenery, beautiful costumes. Hear the  tree band concert afternoon and evening. , Advance seat sale at Thomas  Brown's.  On all ourlarge varied assortment of handsome Flannelettes, Frendi Flannel  designs.- ''���-'������ ���'"'���''��� '���  On all Children's and  Women's   Wool   Underwear,Women's  Combination  ,    Suits, perfect fitting garments.        .  -...���>��.,.,.- ...........  On all Indies'and Children's Shoes, Ladies' House Slippers!''' ''''   .''."''"'"'  On all Ladies' Waists, Skirts, Kimonos and Wrappers.   ���  .:      '��� ���? ; % / ���'/. ���������.  On all Dress Goods. -      ���'���.���'.-,;  On all Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing and Overcoats.   On all Men's Winter Underwear, derby and ribbed and fleece lined.  On all Men's Winter Overshirls and Dress Shirts. . . ..',.-  On all Men's Shoes���heavy mining shoes, dress shoes and slippers.  Remember the cfate���  THE  '09  vj?  Dominion Ave., PHOENIX,B.C  ^  fESSEBSBJS  3_SB___3  gtanmiMiM -��iMM'Mii_��mfti__��ia_a_  ���^Vi*ilJli{jii'fii ryi  1  1,  *i iff1" **"Tf ���*"���'��� ���"   ��� ��� **     j\" ���i r ���!-   ��� -       ��� ~  ��^. -<*""        ��fc^^ "


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