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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 11, 1905

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 BOB  ;' m u1905 *'l^��*SSW  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years  ,^., PhojmxUs^the Centre  ^   Camp, pi Boundary.  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLOMBIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY n, 1905.  THE  ^^^^11 HOW IT LOOKS  IN BOSTON  Big Store  SNAPS  in Snappy Weather.  White Wool Blankets,  Grey Wool Blankets,  White Cotton Blankets  Eiderdown Comforters,  Pure Wool Comforters,  Cotton Filled Comforters.  Feather Pillows,  Made-up Sheets,  and Pillow Cases.  Montreal & Boston Gompany  Making Money.  And Meeting Engagements as  They Fall Due.  The largest assortment in   sizes,  quality which we have ever shown.  See our window.  widths and  h  ��5  PRICES THAT ARE SNAPS.  ^  Mr-Mid. (o., ltd.  mmty^Mmmmmziimmmi  ���9Gm09999��VS&W&QQQ��QQH&��  We've just put in stock a car of  White  They an exceptionally fine  Price. $2,00 per cwt.  Also a car of  Hour  The proof of the popularity of this brand lies in  the fact that we have sold 7 cars of this flour during the  past i�� months. It is positively unsurpassed for gen-  eta! use.  In fact our whole grocery stock can safely be said  to have as its first principle, QUALITY.  We solicit your confidence and co-operation to the  end, that we may make this store more than  ever���  The House of Quality.  The following regarding the Mon  treal & Boston Consolidated appeared  in the Boston News Bureau of January  25th.  ./���'���;' '"-���'���$.���'���'���'*,  The failure of Messrs.* Munroe &  Munroe, the fiscal agents in New York  for the syndicate which underwrote  706,000 shares of stock of the Montreal & Boston Consolidated Mining  & Smelting Co., at $r per share, has  not directly involved that company.  The facts are that the Munroes, with  their Canadian associates, had sue  ceeded in purchasing the Dominion  group of properties in Phoenix, B. C,  because of a disagreement between the  owners, James Breen, of Spokane, and  Messrs. Mackenzie and Mann. Cash  to the amount of $482,000 was to be  paid for the properties, $266,000 down,  and the balance, or $216,000, payable  in eighteen installments of $12,000  per month. At the same time they  paid $60,000 for the Athelstan property upon which $10,000 is still due.  then the underwriting syndicate, in addition to providing cash for the purchase of these properties was to place  $150,000 cash in the treasury for  working capital. The above would  have required the raising of $700,000,  which was represented by 700,000  shares of stock underwritten a $t per  share.  In addition to. that,. 300,000 . shares  ol'stock in the new company were giyen  to stockholders of the old Montreal &  Boston Co., on the basis of..one share  of- new for two "shares of oid stock;  300,000 shares of stock was also given  for other properties .acquired on ��� a  slock basis, - which' accounts for the  total capitalization of the company at  1,300,000, par $5 or $6,500,000.  i The first cash payments'have been  met and the directors of the com  pany, who are not associated with  Messrs. Munroe & Mnnroe, say that  the payments for the properties will be  met as they fall due irrespective of the  financial difficulties of the company's  fiscal agents in New York.,  The Dominion properties of the  Montreal & Boston group are valuable  and there has teen a desire in Boston  to see them fall into the: hands of the  Granby Co. The property, however,  is well able to provide the remaining  payments out' of its earnings, for in  addition to properties capable of a  large ore tonnage, it has a good smelter with two furnaces in operation and  a third now in course of constiuction.  Operations were only carried on  three months last year and with one  furnace there was produced 900,000  lbs. of copper, 1000 ozs. of silver and  3200 ozs. of gold.  Beginning with the new year, however, a second furnace was placed in  operation so that the company is now  producing about 600,000 lbs. of copper  per month, which should net it about  $25,000. A third furnace is about set  up. It is planned to add a fourth  furnace during the year which would  permit of a monthly production of  1,200,000 lbs. of copper.  Col. Geo. Pope, of the Pope Mfg.  Co., is president of the company, and  the directors include C A. . fish, of  G. A. Kissam & Co.,Alexander Davidson, a member of the New York stock  exchange firm of John M. Shaw & Co.,  and Mr. Loomis, formerly vice-president of the National City bank. This  is an influential board.  Boundary j lining Notes  Work is. to b��? resumed on the' Gold  Finch, near Greenwood, next week.  Native silver ha* come into the bottom of the'75-foot incline shaft on the  Silver Cloud./ !  The-Cascade Water, Light & Power  Co. is furnishing electric lights for the  RawHide mine. ^  Developrnent,' on the June Bug is  progressing the'tunnel being in some  70 feet in good ore.  Preparations fere being made for the  enlargement \ot\ [the glory hole at the  Mountain Kdse^Summit camp.  The new double compartment shaft  beimg sunk^kt the Emma mine. Summit camp, ii down nearly 40 feet.  Net returns from the shipment of 33  tons of ore from the Bay, recently sent  out, gave $3,390.79r or $103 per ton.  Report has it that the new ore body  on the Mother Lode, so far as explored, is 320 feet long and 140 feel  wide.  Upwards of 70 cars of ore daily are  now being .taken out of this camp by  C.P.R. ��� This is likely to be increased  shortly.  This week tbe Skylark sent out a car  of second class! ore, to the Granby  smelter, and will 'probably ship again  this month.  R. C. Longtey, foreman at the Car-  mi, on the West Fork, was in the city  this week, tbe mine having closed for  a few days.  Near Anaconda the St. Lawrence is  being developed by Charles Peterson,  who has s .70-foot shaft and some  drifting done.    >  Wm. L. Austin and assistants, who  have been examining the Granby mines  for some days, completed the work  early this week.  ���J-  -\ i  1  No."  ��4  THREE PRIZES  FOR CURLING  Won by Phoenix Men at Nelson.  j    LOCAL  JOTTINGS  Are Still Keeping up the Good  Record.  Old Fashioned Social.  Wednesday evening, Feb, 2 a the Lad.  ies' Aid of the Prysbyterian church will  give an Old Fashioned Social at the  church, and it is the intention to have  an old fashioned f-'ood time for all,  with a short program, games and refreshments. The ladies will devote  the proceeds to securing new books  for the choir of the church, and will  charge the small admission of 25c.  Lateat Prices la Metals.  Nmv YoKKTCopr>er, electrolytic, %\h.-  35@$15 50; Inlie, $15.25�� 16 50  Bar Silver, 01)^  Lead, (4-00 at $4.70. .  According, to a compilation of the  Greenwood Times, the high grade  mines of the Boundary shipped 270  tons of ore last month.  A Colfax, Wash., syndicate recently invested about $15,000 in shares of  the Strathmore,1o.ne>of the. high grade  mines near Greenwood.      ":""���  . At present the Granby smelter is  operating but five furnaces; but k'is  the intention to blow in the sixth soon  if the power can be arranged for.  Early this week a report was prevalent that. the coal miners' strike at  Coleman had been settled. Such,  however, unfortunately, is not the case.  The British Columbia Copper Co.'s  smelter has been once more utilizing  its steam plant, while there has been a  partial shortage of electrical power from  Cascade.  A deal is about completed for the  Greyhound, a Deadwood camp property, a company having been floated  in the old country to take hold and develop it.  Four West Fork mines are shipping  this winter by hauling the ore some  50 miles to Midway. They are the  Carmi, Sally, Butcher Boy and the  Rambler.  ��� Some rich ore has'" been struck in  the shaft of the Paymaster fraction,  near Mid way v.' This property is being  developed by George R; Naden, of  Greenwood.  A Greenwood syndicate, organized  by W. H. Jeffery, M.E., has purchased  the Simplex claim, near the Skylark  mine, in Skylark camp, the transaction  being on a cash basis.  Yesterday, was the monthly payday  at the Granby and Montreal & Boston  mines. The two companies are esti-,  mated to have distributed about $75,-  000 in wages at mines and smelters.  Corrected figures regarding the  metal output of the Granby Co. for  1904, as published, show that 13,431,-  226 lbs. of copper, 47,96s ozs. of gold  and 180,844 ozs of silver were produced, which at the average prices for  the entire year gave gross returns of  $2,781,637.  Monday morning at six o'clock the  second furnace at \ the Montreal &  Boston's Boundary Falls smelter was  blown in, and no further interruptions  to its continued operation are anticipated. This means an inciease of the  force employed at the Rawhide under  Foreman Dan Bresnahan.  Apparently, it is a warm winter when  the Phoenix curlers do not bring back  a bunch of prizes or trophies from the  annual lionspiel of the Kootenay Curling Association, and this year was, after all, no exception to the rule. When  the stone and besom experts returned  last Tuesday from the Nelson bohspiel,  they were;loaded down with ho less  than three of such prizes, namely, first  prize in the Walkerville open' competition,' which was won by the rink  skipped by Dr. Boucher; first; prize in  the Hudson Bay trophy, won' by ihe  rink skipped by Isaac Crawford, and  second prize in the Consolation, won  by Mr. Crawford's rink.  The two rinks attending from Phoenix Curling Club were as follows:  C. L Thornber, lead     C. H. Reeves  G.E. Dey, second      A. Strachan  G. L.McNichol, vice       J. A. Morrin  R. B. Boucher,   skip I. Crawford  From what the returning curlers say,  they must have had,the time of their  lives, or at least, one of the times.  They had good weather, good ice and  certainly a good time all around, in; the  week they were gone. Iii all the open  events there were 25 rinks entered in  competition, and in the closed events  each club was represented by one rink  ���in the case of Phoenix this being  the Crawford, rink.   .  The Phoenix curlers wish to express  theif/appredftiori^.of.the courtesies.-ax*  tended them .by, the people and. the  curlers of Nelson,.and hope some time  to be able to reciprocate, when the  bonspiel can be held in Phoenix.  Local thermometers almost reached  zero again yesterday morning early.  Born, to the wife of Jacob Luoma,  Spion Kop, February 20, a daughter.  The city council did not hold its  usual Wednesday session this week.  J. W. Stewart has closed his railway  construction hospital at Grand Forks.  Born, to the wife of Duncan Ross,  M. P., of Greenwood, February 9th, a  son.  A man named Nelson, employed at  the Rawhide mine, had his leg broken  on Thursday.  The inspector has been making one  of his trips to take in the public schools  of the Boundary.  } This week'the Great Northern workmen completed the two stall roundhouse at this point.  I. Crawford went to Spokane this  week from Nelson, to accompany h's  little daughter home.  Ice is being received litre over the  Great Northern, for use next summer.  It comes from Grand Forks.  JANUARY,  %m TONS  Shipped front Mines of Boun-  ���> -   dary.  Notwithstanding "the Shortage  of Powet.'  Miss Van Kleek is the new teacher  in the Grand Forks public school, She  comes from New Westminster.  The first regular freight trains over  the Phoenix extension of the Great  Northern, are reported to be started on  the 15th inst.  In the Presbyterian church tomorrow  the topics will be, in the morning  ���'The Untenanted House," and in  the  evening,  duties."  anthem.  "New occasions bring   new  The   choir   will   sing, an  PRESIDENT HILL'S  PRIVATE COACH.  The Spokane Boundary Mining Company has been rtgistered as an extra-  provincial company. The head office  is situated at Spokane, the capital being $100,000 in 1,000,000 shares of  10 cents each. The head office in  British Columbia is at Greenwood,  A. M. Whiteside being the attorney.  E. C. Lane, head electrician for the  Granby Co., returned to Grand Forks  this week, after installing the electric  locomotive at the No. 3 tunnel level.  The little fellow is now operated a  distance of 1,500 fett into the mine at  that level, and works with great satisfaction. The ten-ton steel ore cars are  used.  M. M. Johnson, M. E., of Salt Lake  City, who this week completed his examination of  the properties   of the  Brought Bunch of Gt. Northern Officials.  Last Saturday a bunch of Great  Northern officials came up to Phoenix  over the new line in a special train,  the private coach of President James  J. Hill being one of the cars. In the  party were B. Campbell, fourth vice-  president; F. I. Whitney, general. passenger agent at St. Paul: H.A. Jackson,  passenger agent at Spokane; W. VV.  Broughton, St. Paul; H. A. Kennedy,  assistant superintendent, of Seattle; S.  G." Yerkes, general western passenger  agent, at Seattle; J. C. Eden, assistant  general traffic manager, of Seattle, and  R. C. Morgan, superintendent of all  lines north of Spokane. With the party  as guests were J. P. Graves, manager,  and A. B. W. Hodges, superintendent  of the Granby Co.  For several of the gentlemen it was  the first trip to Phoenix, while the faces  of others were familiar here. They  were looking over the new line, prep  atory to opening it on the 26th inst.,  the date now announced���if it is not  changed again.  Mrs. George L. Elkins and  family returned Saturday from a  month's stay with relatives at Seattle,  Wash., they being glad to get away  from the continuous fogs and mists df  the coast.  An effort is being made by the Grand  Forks Board of Trade to secure thesame  freight rates from the east to Boundary  points as are now enjoyed by points in  the Kootenajs, the actual rail haul being shorter to the Boundary.  The Rathbone Sisters and the  Knights of Pythias will give a "Fan  Ball" in the Grand Forks opera house  on the evening of the 14th of February,  St. Valentine's Day. The committee  is sparing no effort to make this n<  feature a grand success.  At the regular communication of  King Edward Lodge No. 36, A. F  and A. M., held Thursday evening, a  pleasant feature was the presentation  of a past master's jewel to William G.  Fraser, who was master of the lodge  two terms, as a token of esteem from  the members. .  The chief of police informs the  Pioneer that he will carry out to the  letter the instructions received this  week from the. police commissioners  regarding the keeping of minors from  visiting bars and billiard rooms, in accordance with the laws of the province.  The chief says he has received numerous complaints along this line.  The first month of 1905, in point of  tonnage shipped from the mines of the  Boundary, makes 'a creditable showing  when the fact of a serious shortage of  power, due to cold weather, is taken  into consideration. The seveie  weather froze up the streams, and permitted the Cascade power works to  operate but two generators most of the  time, thus affecting to no'sraall extent  the mines and smelters dependent upon those workt for electrical energy.  Notwithstanding this, the total runs  over 68,000 tons for January, and now  that the Montreal & Boston smelter  nas two furnaces blown in, February  should make aa even better showing.  As illustrating the difference made, the  Granby mines alone shipped nearly  9,000 more tons of ore in December  last than in January. The following  are the. shipments from each of the  .mines, as reported to the Pioneer, for  January:  Mine " Tonnage  Granby mines 40,450  Mother Lode 13.696  Brooklyn-Stemwmder 6,849 '  Rawhide    .J. 2,251  Sunset S.     726  Mountain Rose :...'  682  Emma '. r...  1,849  Oro Denoro      .     .           'r.   .     298  Senator      918  Providence  Elkhorn  Skylark .. .4.  Last Chance .  E.-P.-U." - .-  Bay ...\ ...*...  Miscellaneous  5��  5��  39  43  65  33  . "^  January total     > . f S,**.^  Rev. E. Manuel, of Grand Forks,  was a visitor here over Sunday, exchanging pulpits with Rev. Perley, of  the local'Methodist church.  Mr. Steven has been appointed  Great Northem'agent at Phoenix, having formerly been in the Rossland and  Northport offices of the company.  J. E. Royer, the stage man, is; preparing to change his route, now from  Grand Forks to Greenwood, to between  Phoenix and Greenwood, and connect  with the Great Northern trains^ here,  as soon as the railway begins :to operate  passenger trains over the Phoenix., extension.  ...     ���"<���   1i i'lj   '   :l .   ' .;.\  The newly appointed commissioners for Boundary Creek License' -dist-  tict are W. L. Germaine, E. Miller-and  Edward A. Rainey, of Grand Forks,  with Constable D. J. Darraugh,. of  Eholt, as Chief License Inspector.  The commission grants liquor licenses  in the Boundary outside the three, in-  corpated cities.';?..; ^ '���'"���"���  Valentine Social.  A valentine social will be held in  the Methodist church, Tuesday, Feb.  14th, at 8 o'clock, mine time. A good  programme of songs and recitations is  being prepared and an enjoyable evening is expected. Among those taking  part are Mesdames Knott and Thomas,  Misses Martin and Pierce and Messrs.  Horrell, Turner, Brazel, Rogers and  Boyes. Refreshments will be served  by the ladies.    Admission 25 cents.  Montreal & Boston Consolidated, was  much pleased with what he saw of the  mines of the Boundary. It is his  opinion that the Granby mines constitute the largest ore body he has seen  anywhere in his wide experience. He  will probably return here in the spring.  It is believed at the coast that the  highest price ever paid for a prospect  in this province was a few days ago  when the Erl Syndicate, Ltd., through  its local representative, Barclay Bon-  throne, received $130,000 for the Monarch group of three claims in this  camp from the Granby Co. It appears  to have been overlooked, however,  that this group is one of the very best  in the Boundary that has not been  worked in the past, and has a most  remarkable showing. The price paid  was practically cashf  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundarv mines lor 1900, for 1901, for ,  1902, lor 1903, for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the phoenix Pioneer���  1901  23',762  >.73i  5-340    99,034   >4'.$i��  Mine. Camp.       1900  Granby Mines. Phoenix   64,55.3  Snowshoe Phoenix       597  B C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwood  Montreal & Boston Con.  Brooklyn-Stem winder Phoenix  Rawhide. Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athclstan-Jackpot Wellington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stemwiuderd'rap..r!ioenix  Morrison -,.;....Dead wood  B C. Mine.... Summit  K.Bell Summit  Emma Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Fogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon ...��� W. Copper  <i No. 7 Mine Central  CityofPatia White's  Jewel Long Lake  Carmi West Fork  Providence Providence  Elkhorn Providence  Skylark Skylark  Last Chance Skylark  K. P. U. Mine Skylaik  Bay Skylark  Kuby Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Fulls  Miscellaneous     3 23��      3.4S6  1902  3^,858.  20,800'  SO*  55*0  ��50  47,405  1,200  19.494  150  14,811  '560  650  8,530  1,076.  2.2S0  1,040  785  625  ��75  665  2,OCO  3V>  482  160  219  So  325  Total, tons   Smelter treatment���  Granby Co ,���  U. C. Copper Co   Monti eat & Boston Con..  96,600   390,Joo   5o6,Si6  62.3S7  230,82s  117,611  3'2,J40  148,600  i^SSB  i '*'''  ~*i  ��������.;  m  9"P>  Pm  $>*'  i*.  Wm  s *��� ���  ���^ 1hI  ��* "5  i.'jM  |n|  ;Ml  ?4  *5  L   r  h*-p  K ' *  ���a*x��  ��*/ -if-  Hi  )& t  i  i  k - m  h> $  <��� ' ',i-.f  >?.-> X"T  .*].' if  !;-t t-  1.1^.     rf<_;,  i"   1     ! t,  ti ,  it-  /���(*   1  r m  1$  H  *'*!' iM  .-'{     :  f?<s   I'll  5?'   "M  A  if  1 e THE PHOBNIX PIONEER  S*:?.:  Perfect in Flavor  rich, strong and delicious���and at the same time moderate in price���  TEA is the ideal beverage  for Canadians.  nflootenay Engineering Wi^rKs  Founders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for tl|'e" Ceawfokd -I)oi'bi;e Rope AkbiaL'.Tkamway System, Limited.  /..... ..   ,:-;.__L:.<nt;r,.-s:. t��. .i.^>^���^a-etc.   Iron ami Brass Castings.   A. large anil complete stock  1'iilloys, Flanges,  etc., made to order on short notice.   All  'Mihiiigiirit! Mill Machinery,-OreCars; Buckets, Tanks,-etc,  oiSiiaitinK.'SnppliKS, Fittings, etc.,, always on hand. .   , _   ,   .     , ,.-,.,  break-downaii'd repair work rushed, through without deiay.    Estimates for all classes of work furnished upon appli  cation.   Special attention given to mail ordeis.   Scrap Iron bought by the carload  Office'and Works, ''���' ":  Foot of Park Street.  B. C; TRAVIS, Manager, *>'&��% &'  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  PROVINCIAL.  ISSCKD OK SATURDAYS ��V THB  PIONEER PUBLISHING, CO.  at raoEKiz. a. c.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaocn.  -r.i.nhnn.. I Business office No. 14.  Telephone J M.niRer,, ^idea^ No. ,5.  SDUCMPTIOKG IN ADVANCE.  Per Year _ J2.00  Six Months .1.35  If rou are not�� subscriber to this paper; this  U an ln��lt��tlon to you to become one.  .Advertising rites tarnished on application.  Legal notice* 10 and 5 ceuU per line.  four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  al.-rrt <ios.  Mayor Houston, of Nelson, would  like his salary raised to $2000.  Trout lake is frozen and navigation  stopped, but trains still run to Poplar.  A $15,000 corporation, headed by  Fred Simpson, now owns the Cranbrook Herald.  Extensive preparations are being  made for, Rossland's winter carnival  to be held next week.  Grand Trunk Pacific surveyors have  found no less than nine feasible passes  through the Rocky mountains.  It has been officially announced that  the request of the Fraser river cannery-  men for a close for salmon fishing in  1906 and 19c 8 will be granted.  The supreme court has annulled the  decree of the Medical Council removing Drs. Telford and Veeretbrugghen,  i9��s        FEB.  19��S  Sui. Hoi. Tuai. Wed  1 ,  Thu  . Frl.  Sat.  '     J ���  2  3  4  5   6     1     8  "9  10  11'  12 13    i.J    15  16  17  18  19 20    ?A    22  23  24  25  26   27     Bo  il or mines for this province  strongly advocated in more  tan one quarter.     Such a school,  properly conducted, ought to be of no  small practical benefit.  and reinstated them.     The council  willappeal.  H. P. Christie, who has been government agent at Slocan City ever  since an office was established there in  1897, has been appointed government  agent at Ashcroft. ,  The C. P. R. is reported to have  purchased the Esquimault & Nanaimo  railway, about 75 miles in length���the  only railway on Vancauver island.  The Grand Trunk Pacific also wished  to purchase the line.  -About next week the oft-reported  collapse of the McBride government  is due ,once more, according to the  Grit organs. It is a safe bet, however,  that it will be doing business for several moons yet.  Delicate Soys 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.  Work has been commenced on the  zinc smelter at Frank.  The force at the Ymir mine now  numbers about 70 men.!    " ,  Rossland's .pre shipments last week  were 6,690 tons, or 32,321 tons so far  in 1905.  R. H. Stewart has been made superintendent of the War Eagle-Center  Star group at Rossland.  Nickel is being found in the Vankee  Girl mine, Ymir, the first in the province of appreciable quantity.  Tne question of establishing a Provincial School of Mines in British  Columbia is again being urged by mining men in Vancouver.' "���  The Nelson.' branch of the Provincial Mining Association is asking the government to appoint a commission to report on the! taxation of  mines in .this province.  Another lead smeltieg furnace with  a capacity of 250 tons a day is being  built by the Union. Iron works at Spokane for the Sullivan Group Mining  company of Marysville.      ��� '.  The May and Jennie mine, on  Fortynine Creek, 10 miles from Nelson, is being equipped with a Hydryx  cyanide agitator, 12 feet in size, capable of treating 5�� tons a day.  The Lucky Jim mine at Sandon  begun the year by paying the first dividend of $10,000. This property is  owned by George H. Hughes and  others, and is regarded as one of the  richest zinc properties in the northwest.  essors    :     Rock Drills!  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  D. J; MATHESON;^  ':   { iNSURAiy.CE'AGBNT,;,,.;'  FIRE, LIFE.-ACC.DENT.f-^:"  : Coraiufsiloner fnr uiking Afridailu.  Phoenix, B,  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING-PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral "',* '���>-������':'������'"." ~.'  Cor. Kirst& Knob Hill A*e.   rHOENIX, B. C  K'^Ed^rdLpd^,No36  A. F. aiiil'A.Jlv:  5^^ J"* Th"r'd��J' ��f each month  Sec  A.11U.UKK,  Secretary.  ��K0. K.DKV,  :''    W.m.  Head Office and Works.  :  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  o%^^tv%^v^%^"%^v%^%^v^%^v<aytv��>%^%^i  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND  : w Vancouver; B.C./:"���������������:, "'  /4-%^'%*'^'<aV%^aV%^%%-%%'%'V%'%'%^'%%<  TO TAKE IN   :  THESNOWSHOE  LeRoi   Shareholders Vote In  '.    Favor of it.  Capital of New Company to be  ��1,500,000.  ESTAI1L1SHED   1859.  rOIU\-T.\VO   11KANCHK.S  AND  AGENCIES   IN   CANAm.  EMTN'SIVL   rOREIGN  CONNI.CTION"j.  STRICTLY BUSINESS  Some of the Russians are still threat-  1 ening the life of Czar Nicholas.    If he  would make an effort to treat his down-  ' trodden subjects a little more'humarie-  ly he" might riot be in such constant  ' fear of assassination.  Last year was a good one among the  high grade mines of the Boundary, but  from the interest taken so far this year  m this class of properties, it bids fair  to exceed 1904. There is many another Elkhorn, Providence or Skylark  in these hills, and they will make their  mark in due time.  Fred Simpson, of the Cranbrook  Herald, has" been elected vice-president of the Alberta Press Association,  s at a.meeting recently held, at Calgary.  There is no reason in the world ..why  the editors of British Columbia could  not have a similar organization, and it  is to be hoped that they will soon see  it to their Interest to make another  effort to that end, the benefits from  which cannot fail to be mutual.  The statement that is father to the  purchase is daddy 10 the dollar.  Never 'forget that the average person requires a whole lot of telling.  The simplest and plainest way is  the best way to tell your advertising  story.  No business can succeed without  customers, and the way to secure customers is to advertise for them.  No advertisement should be so  worded r.s to leave any possible doubt  as to its meaning, if it is meant to sell  goods.  Do not scatter your energy. A  sprinkling wagon is all right to "lay  ihe dust," but ii's the straight and  solid stream that puts out the fire.  During the month' of January the  St. Eugene mine, at Moyie, milled  12,918 tons of' crude ore and made  2,520 tons of concentrates. ' During  the latter part of the month the mill  broke all records and the daily run was  120 tons of concentrates, or about 20  tons more per day than was ever made  before.  The Pioneer does not think that the  Mineral Act of this province is all that  it should be���far from it.    But we are  of the ��� opinion that it  vas generally  speaking, a good thing that the act has  - been left severely alone for the  last  , few years.   The two per cent  tax  oh  gross output of mines is  not fair nor  equitable, as it taxes indirectly the entire cost of mining supplies, wages, etc.  An agitation is now afoot again to have  it changed, and it should be changed,  but mining men generally should agree,  -to some extent, at least as to the nature of the changes, and how the gov.  ernniejnt will not lose the much needep  revenue thereby.    If the high grade  mine owners of the Slocan insist, when  they know it bears heavily on the low  .grade mine owners, that the Act is all  right and satisfactory, the government  will have good reason to decline to  Jdferit, *  lo Ike.Villain's Power.  Bound and gagged the maiden was  thrust into a gunny sack, and nnable  to move or scream, she feltherself carried rapidly up a flight of stairs from  the dungeon, and then was put into a  buggy and driven down the street at a  rapid rate. ' Ineffectually srie struggled  to release herself from the gag. sAlas!  She was bound too securely: Finally j  the conveyance stopped. She. was  again carried into a building and fajnt-  ing, gasping for breath, the sack was  taken from her head. The villain took  the gag from her mouth, bis-;eyes  gleamed like coals of fire through his  mask, released her hands and hissed  ihrough his teeth: "There my pretty  bird, scream and yell as long and loud  as you like, no human ears will ever  hear you. You are in 'my. power, do.  you hear? Totally within my power."-j  "Where am I?" she gasped. "You  are in a store that never advertises,"  was the cold and cruel response,  "Alas! Alas!" she moaned. "No pow-fj  er on earth can save; no one will look  for me here; no,one comes this way,"  and the poor girl fainted.-���Ex.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  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,"  .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.  ,. Practical Experience.  . Practical, experience, good sound  judgment and common sense frequently win over "book learning."- It is  safe to say that Tames Cronin never  attended a mining school a day in his  life, and yet he stands head and shouk  ders above: most ofthe; "schooled"  mining men in the province. Like Jim  Hill in railroading; Mr.- Cronin has  gained his knowtedge of mining step,  by step, and he is therefore familiar  with the details of every branch of the  business^ He can .neither put the  letters "M:E.!' or "B. A." after his name  but his opinion on a mining proposition will carry more weight than that  of any. dozeii college bred experts in  the country.���Moyie Leader.   .     '  Latest Mining  Stock Quotations,   '  London, Feb. 1.���At a large meet  ingot the shareholders of the -LeRoi  Mining Company, the chairman reported another disappointing year, but  owing to the discovery of more high-  grade ore, it promised better in the  future. The meeting approved the  proposal that the LeRoi Co. amalgamate with other Rossland mining companies with a capilalof^1,500,000  and a working .capital of ,��300,000 or  ^400,000.  This is the outcome of the negotiations that have been in progress for  some months now for the consolidation of the biggest mines in the Rossland camp and one in the Boundary  country in which some of the largest  shareholders of LeRoi are interested.  The amalgamation, if consummated,  will include the LeRoi, LeRoi No. 2,  the War Eagle and Center Star, and  the Waterloo.  Under one management and with  the large reductions which could'be  made in the management of the consolidated properties, it is believed a  new period of prosperity would begin  for mining development in the Rossland camp.  The allusion to the discovery of high  grade ore in LeRoi is a reference to  the result of recent development inithe  lower levels. On the 1450-1 oot level,  where development is being. energetically carried on, the ore- shoot has  widened out to nine feet, and a recent  cable to London stated that the ore in  this shoot assayed $30 to the ton. - '  A good ore shoot has, also been  found in the raise from the 1350-fool  level, the extent of which is'not;yet  known. ��� In the 900-foot level ithe  south vein ore-shoot-is 140 feet long  and has*a: width of 25 feet. Every j  promise is given that with greater depth  the value of the mine will improve, and  that its old reputation willbe- restored.  LIABIMTIES.  CrtjUiiI paid up  Reserve.  Undivided prollte. etc.  ISIUs In circulation  Deposits in cuneiuRecount  Eeposlts In Sovingsdepartment  STATEMENT.  J nu.  RE^OURCK-*.  !i��l. 11)06.  .S2,477,9.'��.O0 Cnnh on hftlid. f l,3V,flOS 41  1,500,1X10 Ou Due from otherbanki _   ],t>8i,5578">  Deposit ultb dominion fc'Ol't lOU.OOO.OO  iiotirninciu, municipal und o'her  1      boiulunml securitior..       551,43110"2  nans U,99j,042sI  Keil estate, mortgages, bank premises and orlier aafets      5*8,483,90  ?16,1R6,427.72 |IG,18fi,4J7.77  JAS. MACKINNON, General Manager.  211,418 14  l.WW.S'JO.iiU  '2,093,731.81  7,950,502 47  1. o. 6;f.  SNOUSI10Hf.oOOKNo.4t  Mceta every Moiid��yvKvci|IU|( 111 Hardy ll��||  VUilliig Urttherii.yorati'iryfiiviicd.  ,': ��� ������:���' '-R:lt:i/*'-s���^ni��m��oii."N. G.,.  v'CV-Aif. aV<mM^t>, Kec.Sefe'y.  Q2 *��� \:Wja- "^^y.ller. Hlfa. 8ecy   ��� ~���; ��� ������������ol__   PHOKNIJcAKRlk  ,',-:. No^i��. ;*'"  deitlng^'oji Friday  -��� ..f:30P4n.,Mlucri  Onion Hi.ll.       ;���-  Vialtiujf -: brelhrjrn  cordiallr iiivitetC  DAN 1)0  KSTHADKK. I'rci.   M. H.ROV. Secy  THE  DAVENPORT  Light Locomotives  For All 1'uiposes  Pro\ minis jnamYoi onlH(Ie-crvice,-for  ]-'>KL'iiik KoiuIh, fin utntiac'drs.   Con-  ,   .. .  ,, \enient lo ouetiite, ijuick anil powerful,  quick (It-liveiy, full} guaiantucu.iiiiv si/e,  miv required tvpp, anv unltliof iram��  uith or without tendera. ��� BL'lJ/r BY ���- '        "�����'i��*uKe,  DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davenport, Iowa.  These engines may be st-en 111 service at the mines of Granby Co   Phoenix, B. C  OREGON  Sho^tLine  aud union Pacific  ' ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Dam v.  Steanihhip tiiketg to I'liropeamlollici  forniifii toiu. tries.  Leaves  Daily  hpokanc Timr Schedule."  KfleclUeNo*   ti 190J  Arriv.*.  Daily   *   P. Burns & Co.  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. C  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, n. C.  PHOENIX   ���  MARKET.   ���  a  .... Wholesale id Mil Heal Merchants. \  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City, *  Silvertoh, New Denver,' Ymir, Salnio, Rossland, Trail, Cascade, J  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix. ���  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON. ���  All oiders -eceive prompt attention. - ���  DRINK  Phoenix Beer I  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  Vitll local application*, as tliey cannot rench the  seat ofth- disease.; Catarrh Is n blood or constitutional disease, hud In order (6 cure ttyou must  take Internal remedies: Hall's Cntnrrh ��-uir is  ���akeu Internally, and acts directly oil tlie Wood  arid mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not  aqoack medicine..,It was prescribed .by one of  the best physicians iu this country lor years and  is a regular prescrlptlom-It iS'roiupoiied of the  best tonics known, combined with the best blood  ?urifiers acting directly 011 the mucous sui faces.  he perfect combination ol the two ingredfents  is what produces shell woiidcrlul results lu curias catarrh.   Send Tor testimonials Tree.  1     F. j CHKNKY & CO.; Props.; Toledo, O.  ;   Sold by all druggists, price 7jc,;  Take Hall's Family Pills ibrconstipaliou.' -  Made horn the WEST A[ALT and PUREST.  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having it '  PHOENIXBREWERY,  j. MUELLER^ Proprietor.  7.35a.til. VAST MAIL���Tu and from  Coeurd'AIene district, farm',  lugton Garfield 1 olfux.Pullman; 'Moscow, *Ponieroy,  Walthbuig, Dayton, Wall a  Walla, Peiid etou, Baker City  and all points Kast.,.:.'..  8.00  4:30 p. 111. KXPRHSS���For Fariilingtoi'i  Garfield, Colfax,   Pullman  Moscowil.ewifltoii, Portland  Sail Francisco, itaker Clt>  aud all points HAST.  KXPKKSS ���From all points  . Hast, Maker city, Sail Francisco, Portland. Colfax, Oar-  -.'   field and Farmlugtoti     .    ,11 40a m  ���Except buuday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Franeinco-I'ortlunil Koute.  Steamers sail from Aiusirortli doc^, Fortlaiid.  at 8 p. in. and from.Spear Street "wharf, SauFrsn.  ciscb, at 10 a: m. every five days'  Tickets 011 sale at ��1IS F S. N. Stations.  ; For Turther Information as to rates, time  .traliis. equipment/etc., address  OHO. J. MOIILKK.Ueiieral Ageut,  Kiverside Ave.. Spokane. Wash  Spokane Falls  &  Nojfthct��nRy#  The onl> all mil mute Iwiiircii itointa  east. ��ppt and south to Kiidfilaiid, Ni l-  aon. Grand Forks and Repulilir. ��  Biiiret curs run hetween bpokane und  Nortliport.  ' KFFKCTIVK^UNK 14-iW.    t  a "ave' ���    ', - -rrWe  s^sa m Spokane  6 u t>   m  10^0 a. 111     Rossland     . ,V. D ,  7��a. m     s;.;.... Nelson '. jSJ^"'  ���o35a.n(   ;. Giand Forks 4S0D  '"�������..- Republic. .     6.ISP  Save  TiimC all the; time  Standard Ave:, and Hannkr St.  PHOENIX, B.C.  ���-���-e-  ��) Gait Coal      I Hayf Gtain,  delivered to any part of  (he city.  Oats, Wheat, FEteb'JETC. Q\  I^irgc stock.  AmericauBoy .;   ;���   Hen Hur .... ....,"  Black Tail      '  B. C. Copper......... "  Canadian Gold Fields....;  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-div'.)l!  Center Star......... .:..,..��� .  Crowjs Nest Pass Coal,..;...,.".'  Denoro Mines........   Falrview   Fisher Maiden......_;......,'..'"  Want ..............u;...,...........,.  Orauby Consolidated. ..,]]"'  Tntcrnationul Coal..��� ;..;,-  Juno.. ."'."  Morning Glory   Mountain Lion. ....;..........  Montreal & Bojton ."  Korth Star, (E.K.)  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This the only completely  equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its ovm building.  Can we print for you ?  <��  ��y  PALACE LIVERY STABLER  :   to Seattle, Tacoma,,  AND ALL PACLFICvC0ASr  ,Vr'-:l'''''-''',p6iNT^^' \  St. Paul, Chicago, '.  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  McINTYRE 8c McDONALD, Pt-ops.  Knob Hill Ave,       0,dASSuo?.ei-       Phoenix, B.C.  .PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  1 Phosnix  B. C  A pencil mark liore fi&T  ia a reiriinder tlistvourmili-  ficription to this paptfr Is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate j'qur  prompt attention.  Palai-e ami Tourist Sleeper*-, .'Bnffot  Library Carp, Modern day CoacliCf,-/-''"  ing Ca^sft/Mfia|8 ajl-a Carle. ��� >;  :" ��� ^Bes^im&B- on. Wheels.'  2 Fast Trains Daily' 2  r"    ��� EAST AND WEST. .:  -;  For rates and folders and full inforirift-  tibn regarding trips call on qv address  any agent of the S. F. & N. Railway or  CARRIAGES    AND   OTHER   RIGS  Everything New H0MM Am SAimES. SEVERAL  HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city..  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.   A share of the public  [wtrotiage solicited.     'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. HANNKR ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  H. A. Jackkon,   i  (i.V.&P.A.,  Spokane,'  Wash.  11. iiitANiMv .-���'���';.  C...P. AT. A.,'  701 W. liivereidfi,  .Spokane. Wn.  ���* B*GAssay���;��*  WAWTKP.-MBN ANO WOMBN WITH  comtnon.wiionl educuilon, Unit are (Ircd ot  working lor diiihII wjum, to fnmlify fl3 ml.tili-d  nd miters </r ���li.nvcnrd wilii-rs llirutirli mi  iiHInicllon \,y mnit. l',|C(;i, )���w; ���,rl||h (1||i...,,,  'jooks If. huy, hind tm rujiilur. Unilnir v/lntr,  you miw Vm *i t ri wl |   , h.mi,,, , ���, w,,  'Tl'HN/  rttn.  Phoeni  nx  Phoeni*street, il'l-iionejj.  We make good bi'pftd,     Try jt,  .... C. W. GREER, Proprietor  ^K^C^ljyER, B. p.  Direct Importers of' Assayers') Supplies.  Sole Aeetitfl in B. C. for the wiOI-kriown  Batteraea Crucibles. Scorifierg, Muffleo,  Borax  Glass and all Heavy Chemical?  Complete Assay Outflta   furnished  at  ahort notice. eaUsfoetipiiG.nwrantead,  sKttl^^  r^��EWPK4f^~.'iSW(ara,W5ffOT#rtfftn*r^ ^PHEPHTQSNIX PIONEER  The new edition'of the COPPER HANDBOOK lisu and describes 3311 rop-  ���pcrn,iiie8,an(l��Jop|M!rmininirrorii|iaiiiet?linal.l parts of the world, covering the  ilobe, these descriptions ranginc from two lines to 12 pages in length, according to  importance of the mines. The descriptions are not padded, but'givo facts in the  most condensed and get-at-able form.  There are also (ifteeHiniscellani-ouschapteiH, devoted to the Hislorv, Usee  TermtnolOKy. ���.'Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  and StatifUCfl of Oppt-r, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia" of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal,  ....-.,j....���.'������--ii'-.It-'* the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  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C,  ���  i  ���  ���  Phoenix-  Gtecawood  e Line I  Leave Phoenix   -    9.30 a.m.  Leave Greenwood     1.30 p. 111.  Following is the report of J. L.  Martin, secretary of the Phoenix General Hospital, as submitted at the annual general meeting of the institution,  held last. week.  The opening of the year1904 found  us in debt $729.41, including interest  due in May of $140. The renewal of  insuiance for three years, for $3700, at  a cost of $236, made a total liability,  above ihe current expenses for the  year, of $965.41.  This year opens much brighter from  a financial point of view as the follow  ing statement shows:  Bills payable.  Interest .:.. .  Cash on hand.  .$ 248.36  140.00  $ 388,36  86.07  Standard Time  I  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  -     J. S- McCAGUE, Proprietor. J  ��� ������������������CxX^ ���  ; i'jirougii Salt. Lake: City, G Ion wood Springs, .Leadville, Pueblo,  ..���������^'���-.^���.���...���-C:-;.-.-,..v.Col9r������ido.SpriiiKs.aiid Denver. , >..-������.   ,  A Dayiitt fUbrough Nature's Art Gallery  ' '/'   Passing Captle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  '. ...,..' :���';���."; u ;... ��� -v.iMarshal Pass and'the Royal Gorge.      " .-���������-  3 Post Trains Paity Set; Oyden and Denver ~*  Equipment and Service Second to None  ;   SEEK7nO FURTHER, FOR 'BETTER CAN'T HE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  W, C.McRfUDE; General Agent. 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON'.  Offer to our Subscribers  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Total Indebtedness $ 302.29  This indebtedness lo be provided  for above the current expenses.  The matron having fully understood  our embarrassed financial condition,  has overcome seemingly insurmount  able difficulties. Too much praise  can not be given the matron and her  staff for their loyalty to the hospital  and their zeal in performing their arduous duties.  The board received and accepted  the resignation of the matron, Miss  Johnson,, on June 1st, and elected  Miss Sarah Howe to succeed her.  The past five months have been the  heaviest in the history of the institution. In order to relieve to some extent the heavy burdens devolving upon  the staff, I heartily recommend that  the incoming board allow the matron  to secure a woman to scrub the halls  and wards as often as necessary.  The friends of the hospital are becoming so numerous as to make it  necessary to regulate the hours for receiving callers by having certain fixed  days and hours for that purpose.  Our equipment has been increased  during the past year at a cost of $128.  The Ladies' Aid has sustained its  reputation by raising for the benefit of  the hospital $359.05. In this connection the hospital staff is deserving  of special mention lor having given a  social at the hospital, the returns from  which netted the hospital $80. The  Phoenix Bachelors gave a midsummer  dance and presented the receipts, $61,  to the hospital. I have the pleasure  to report that the city donated $50 per  month  for the last five months of the  We believe that municipal ownership of waterworks, electric Hunts, etc.,  is a good thing and wherever possible  should be the rule. Telephones, also,  should come under this head, if outside connections���the great thing in  telephony, after all���can be had. But  for a city to run its own little telephone  system isolated from the rest of the  world, as it were; is another question.  In a thickly settled district, with other  cities in the same boat, it certainly  should be done, but as it is in Kootenay, it will he fortunate if it can be  made to make' both ends meet, with  another system in the field.  Mf  Speaking of the coal.city, where certainly one  is supposed  to get a Tail  deal  in coal,   brings  to  mind th.it;,  subscriber to  the Fernie  Ledjje a.ik  Col.   Ixiwery  what   the difference   i  between  a  load  and  a toil of coal  Lowery  says the   difference   is   800  pounds.  Nearly-all the cities and towns in  British Columbia have been having a  celebration of the Chinese, New Year  by the yellow colored inhabitants.  Phoenix is never troubled that way.  m,  Patrick O'Farrell, the confidential  scribe of F. Augustus Heinze, of Butte,  and lormerly of British Columbia, was  a visitor in the Boundary a few1 days  ago, taking a \view of the prevailing  conditions ; here.; Mr. O'Farrell has  the reputation of being one of the best  writers that ever came into these parts  and shortly the. good-���or bad���residents of Butte will ��� be regaled with  some stories of. mining and smelting  in the Boundary���and that may  help  some.  .'.'��������  The Western Clarion, of Vancouver,  has again been resurrected; we cannot  recollect whether this is the third or  fourth coming to life of this publication,  but, seemingly, it is harder to kill than  the proverbial cat. As heretofore, it  staunchly supports the doctrines of the  Socialists, of British Columbia, but  whether those of that political faith  will ste-p in and support it in any better fashion than in the past remains to  be seen. Strange as it may seem,  even Socialist printers have a desire to  see the ghost walk once in a while, at  least. -.'������'���'''���  A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From  Catarrh of the Lungs by Pe-rn-na.  winter  Carnival  Rossland  Feb. IS, 16,17 and 18  fAN^DIANo  v?a.cific'Ky  Single Fare  For round trip  On Sale February 15, 14 and 17th  flood to Return Feb. 2Mi.  "   lilse Florence E. KoDch,-��31 Maria street,Ottawa, Oat., .-writes:  "A few months ago I caught a severe cold, which settledon my  luagacnd remained there so persistently that I became alarmed.   I  took��� ciedlclne without benefit,-until my digestive organs'became  upzsi, and my bead and back-began to ache severely and frequently.  ��'* / was advised to try Peruna, and although I had little faith I  felt so sick that I was ready to try anythlngT It brought me blessed  relief at once, and I felt that I had the right medicine at last:   Within  three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect  health since. '���..'���;   .......  �� / nowhavethe greatestfaith In Peruha.''":} t       EE. KENAH;  T'TT'OMEN should bowaro of contract-1 bought a bottle to ;try.   I am pleased  VV ing catarrh. Tbe cold -wind and  rain, slush and mod of -winter are especially conducive to catarrhal dorango-  menta. Few women escape,  ��� Upon tho first symptoms of catching  cold Perun* should be taken. It fortifies the system against colds and car  fcirrh.    .���.:."-;���  Tho following letter gives one young  woman's experience with Peruna:'  Miss ItosoGorbing is a, popular society  woman of Crown Point, Ind., and she  writes tho following:  "Recently I took a long drivo in tho  country, and being too thinly clad I  caught a bad, cold which Gettledon my  lungs, and which I could not'scem to  BhaUo off. I had heard a great deal of  Peruna  for colds and   catarrh and I  that I did, for it brought Epecdy relief,  It only took about two bottles, and I  considered this money well spent.  "Youhiivoa firm friend in mo, and I  not only adyiso its uso to my friends, but  have purchiscd several bottles to give to  thoso without tho moans to buy, and  havo noticed without exception that It  has brought about a speedy euro whero-  evcr it ha3 beo:i used."���Miss Roe��  Gerbing.  If you do not dorivo prompt and satisfactory results from tho uso of Peruna,  write at once to Dr. Harlman, giving ~a  full statement of your case and ho will  bo pleased tbgivo you his valuable advice gratis.      ....  Address Dr. Ilartman, President of  Tho Hartmau Sanitarium, Columbus, O.  Championship Contests  HOCKEY, SKI RUNNING,  SNOWSHOEINC/   ;  Complete I'lograinme of Canadian  Winter Sports.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������a  fata Collie tab-  THE   HOME  OF  High-Class  With Crick in the Back.  Phoenix'Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  ::^fcar;.........:....;..........-..---.   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  ������� Globe; (weekly) both for One  year .'/:..;....:....::.-- .........  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Djaily; Herald, both for One  Iaov   /Iricliiiiiiifr Handsome portrnllN  y*)Ul    ^ofKiug Edward, 17x13 inches./----   Ph&enix Pioneer and New York  ���^^l|pri��iiV-:'Tlinc;e-a week, both  for one year ..-'-   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  -Family Herald arid Weekly St?.r,  both one year...   . .Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  2.50  2.7  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  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 $31 weekly, to women $12 to $18  weekly with expenses advanced each  Monday by check >> direct from headquarters^-HptW and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  Address, B,lew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  Monon fildg., Chicago, 111.  Perfect Confidence.  Where there used to be a feeling  of  year.  During the year there have been  111 patients treated, with a total of  1 Si 9 hospital days. The average  number of days per patient being a  little less than 17; the maximum number of days per month being 12 and  the minimum number of days per  month 4; the average number of  patients per month being 9^; There  were 39 private patients during the  year. The fees are $r5 per week in  the general ward and $25 in the private  wards. There were S deaths during  the year.  On behalf of the board I extend  hearty thanks to all the friends of our  one public institution for their cordial  support, and earnestly solicit your continued generous corperation, to the end  that we may be thoroughly prepared to  care for our sick and maimed brothers  and sisters, and make easier, if possible,  the last moments of those who must  needs launch their frail barks upon  Eternity's waves. Who knows but  that you may be one of them.;  Respectfully,  J. L. Martin, Sec.  That bright little weekly at Victoria,  called the Week, runs what it styles a  Wild Cat column, consisting of bits of  mining news of the province. The  editor of the Week must have "been  there," and - yet he gets in news about  the,Granby, Crow's Nest Coal, the St.  Eugene and other mines that might  have been "wild cats" once, but certainly are not in that class today.  &"  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 Poolesville, Md., in  speaking of her experiences in the use  of that remedy says: "1 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,  j    THE OBSERVATORY  I TtiiftGS T.n.xisu OK  AT J  1 IlOMK AND ELSEWHKRK i  Fernie has at last an attack of telephone's, according to report, and in a  short time there will be two complete  systems in that progressive city���������something like the Boundary was formerly  afflicted with. The B. C. Telephone  Co. is proceeding as fast as possible  with the installation of its system there,  and at the solicitation of the city council of the coal town, the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Co. is also putting in a system as fast as men and money can do  il. Thus it would seem tq be a battle  of the giants���ijntil que s,ells qiit to  tbe other, after which there is littie  danger of the rates being lowered.  .There is a gentleman living at  Houghton,.Michigan, by the name of  Horace J. Stevens, who is acknowl-  deged to be an authority on the copper industry. ..His home is in the  heart of the famous lake branch of  that industry. He is the author 01  the well known Copper Handbook, an  annual publication, and recently wrote  a review of the copper trade of the  world for 1904, which was published  in the Mining Reporter, of Denver,  and other standard mining publications. Mr. Stephens places the Granby mine as sixteenth in the list of the  world's large copper producers, and  says of it:  ���'TheGranby,Canada's leadingmine,  has increased its output and will show-  steady gains for several years to come,  owing to the possession of one of the  largest bodies of copper ever opened,  though it is decidedly low in grade.  With the Granby the question is  merely one of increasing smelting facilities, as the ore can be supplied  with ease for a reduction plant of any  desired size. The Granby will become  one of the world's largest producers  within ten years, but time will be re  quired to furnish the monstrously  large reduction plant that will be needed to treat the output of 8,000 to  10,000 tons of ore daily that the mine  can furnish."  wt  Coming from such an admittedly  independent and unbiassed source,  these remarks about the leading copper producer of Canada, arc not a little significant. Of coures, we who  have lived here for yeais, have been  aware of the facts all along, but It has  taken time to pound it into the heads  of outsiders. However, they are coming to understand the situation in its  full importance, and such an understanding can do no harm to the Boun-  ary It has everything to gain and  nothing to lose by it. And gain it  will.  ��M  A veracious correspondent tells of a  printing office that was always opened  and closed with prayer. This is only  too well known to be contrary to  precedent, as past records show that  the average printing office is usually  opened by tbe d,evil a.nd, clqsed. by the  sheriff.  You are up against a whole lot of  trouble unless you have.a strong remedy Hke 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 instantly. Mr. Phillip Adams,  of Oakland, says: '"If'I hadn't used  Nerviline I guess my back would be  stiff yet. A (ew applications of Nervi  line took out all the soreness and  stiffness. I can recommend Nerviline  for any kind of muscular pain, also for  rheumatism."    Price 25c.  E. Jacobs Managing Director.  At the  annual  general meeting of  shareholders in   the British Columbia  Record, Ltd., held at Victoria on February 1st, H.   Mortimer-Lamb,   Thps.  R. Cusack and E. Jacobs were elected  directors   for  the  ensuing year.    Mr.  Jacobs, who in Januray succeeded Mr.  Lamb as editor, was appointed  managing director in place  of Mr.   Lamb,  who  has  retired  from active work in  connection   with  the  Mining Record,  though  still  retaining  the position of  chairman   of   directors.     It   is   Mr.  Jacobs' intention   to  change the date  of publication  of the Mining Record  foJm  the   1st of each month to about  the 12th.  Grand Porks,  Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE:  J. F.ROYKR.  Proprictot  IteKUiiung Tune 1st, leave Greenwood at 6a.m  and Phoenix at 7:30 a,m.; arrive at Graud Fork  10:30a. in..leave Grand For^S3M5 !>��� ni.tarrivinj  at Phoenix 7 pi'm., and Greenwood at 8. p. m  Connects both ways with Great Northern trains  Fare���Grand Forks to Phoenix, $i 5o; Phoeno  to Greenwood,50c; Greenwood to Phoenix, $1.01  Greewood to Giaud Forks, $3. Office in Green  wood, Gt. Northern Telegraph office. In Phof  nix, McRae Bros. & Smith. In Grand ForV  Gt. Norther offices. For express rates, uquin  it eitner office.  GOLIilES  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. 0. Box 1907. Spokane, Waeh.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������a**  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  If You're Interested  - IN   THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  Phoenix  la Your Breath Bad?  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsmen!  To heal snd soften the skin and remove grease  oil aud rust stains, paint and and earth, etc., use  the  "Master   Mechanic's" T��r Soap.    Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mfr��,  Bad breath is one of the early symptoms of catarrh which should be checked at once and not allowed to lun 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 uf 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  $1.00; sample size 25c.  Phoenix Fosloffice.  From the postmaster-general's report for the year ending June 30,  1904, recently received, is taken the  following information regarding the  postoffice in Phoenix:  Gross postal revenue ... .$ 2,011.06  No. money orders issued. . 3,��45  Total  amt.   money  orders  issued $49,117.47  No. money orders paid.... 406  Total amt.   money orders  paid $ 6,344.86  Total amt. of postal notes  paid $    726,26  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.  Seth and Jerry Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwoo.- Mining Division of Yale.District.  Where located, in Long Lake camp.        t ������  I'ake notice that I, Albert E. Ashcroft. acting as ngeMt for tlie Jewel Gold Jlines Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B8s.&(7, intend  sixty days from tlie Hate hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder 'or a Certificate of Improvements, for the 1 i:tpc��r of obta.'ning a Crowu  Grant of theabi veel&tm.  t And further tal e notice that action, under section 37,niust be commenced before theij-'suanceci  such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of August, 1904,  ALBKRT E. ASHCROFT. P. L. S  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  A O OR ess:  Summit, Mayflower, Hopewell, Ealsam Fractional, Cabot Fractional and Mayflower Fractional Mineral claiuu, situate In the Green-  wrod .Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���In Summit camp  Talif Nolle c that I, Isaac H. llallett, as agent  for Dougald Mcimils, Free Miner's certificate  No. B71591; George \V. RumberRer, Free  Miner's Certificale No. B805:K; ami Thomas  Roderick, Free Miner's Certificate No B8W01,  intend, sixty days trom thedate here"f to apply to the MinliiK Recorder for I'ertiflcates of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  ' rowu G.anta for ihe above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must becjinmenced b<fore the issuance of such Cei tificates of Improvements.  Dated this29th dayor September, A.D. 1504.  -6��� I. H. HALLETT.  THE MILWAUKEE  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  PHOENIX, 13. C.  CftLUMBIAN_ C0L1KL  Founded 1S02���Incorporated IS',13.  NEW WESTMISSTEK, B.C.  Provides a Christian home for students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public si.'liool work.  Does hicli school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers'examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education 111  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.I,, and M.L.A. In University work, can lake students Hi rough  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  full affiliation.  For fuller information und terms write  Rev. W..I. Sipperell, B.A., B.I) , Principal; or Rev. J. P. Bowell, Bursar.  Blinded With Hoadacho.  People often get Winding headaches  that sufter from constipation. Simplest  remedy is Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut. They are mild,  certain and safe.    For  headache  and  bilhousness  use  only  Pills.    Price 25c  Dr. Hamilton's '  1!  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  Ba?" (ir* tsff*  PHOENIX, B G.  A familiar nnnie for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Hallway, known all  over the Union as the Great Railway  running the "Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and night between St.. Paul  and Chicago, and Omaha anil Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the world."  Understand:. Connection* are made  will- All .Transcontinental l-ines, assuring to passengers I he. best service known.  Luxurious conches, electric lights, steam  heat, ol" a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that your ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee" when going to any point in  the United States or Canada. All ticke-  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets  or  other  infor  ���nation, address,  R. L.-Ford, H. S. Rowu,  Trav. Pas*.. Ari.,  SI'OKANH, WN.  General Agen ,  PORTLAND OkK  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All  Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  KINK HOOTS AND SHOES  MAIIK  TO  ORDKR.  PRACTICAL    MI.YKR.S    AND    PROS  PECTORS  SHOES   A  SPECIALTY'.  \  ���������feSeSfu  WwWM  ��� iiPff!  .jsflw4:  ���'���  'infill  , mm  ������'pfpftfi  ������ ������������ .   H-'wiv.&fiU;.''!  mni  I!  ���������.���������mm\  ������������;-:.���','���#��.��?*  ^:iilli  -Mil!  ���-SHI  mm  Saw   oa   Djrurii)t Aveun. :***fc  pi?  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Good Bye Chaps  Give your chapped hands an easy good bye  by using our  MENTHOLATED  i Cream of Witch Hazel and Almonds I  WITH BENZOIN AND BORACIC.  It is not sticky, does not contain oil, delightful to use.  .Printing:.-  An Eaty Cure in i Good Cure.  Urge Bottle 25 Celts.  Thomas Drug' Co., Ltd.  leading Hotel of Boundary's Uarfiitf  Mlniof Camp.  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob BUI Ave,, and First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  i. a. monaster  ���*^ Proprietor.  New end Dp-to-datc,  Centrally Looted,  Good Sample Rooms.  "That's Our Business"  The Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the Best Quality of  Stationery for auy kind of business. Special  attention paid to work for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade  ADDRESS,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  St! Valentine's eve lias been select  ed as the dale for the fourth annual  ball of Phoenix Lodge No' 28, Knights  of Pythias. The announcement to  this effect was made last week, the  committee in charge being Samuel  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.   : .  PIONEER BLOCK,  'PHONE NO. 14.  PHOENIX, B. C.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL  INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS.  Ed. Black,  WATCHMAKER  ANn  JEWELER.  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST., - - - PHOENIX, B. C.  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 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.  for  Boyle is the druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  The old reliable, Boyle the druggist  I have a good Piano for sale .or  lent.   E. H. Mortimer.  ��� L TaKe your prescriptions to Boyle the  druggist.  For International Coal stock see J.  .   L. Martin.  The quality is right if bought from  Boyle the Druggist.  Grand Forks vs Shamrocks, Monday  night.   Game called at 7.30.  Mark F. Madden, of Chicago, president of the Providence Mining Co.,  arrived in the Boundary late last week.  H. A. Dickinson,  of Rossland, re-  f  presenting the , Giant Powder Co,  Consolidated, was in the city Thursday.  . " Rev. E. C. W. MacColl will attend  the meeting of the Presbytery of Kootenay, to be held at Nelson next week  ��� Tuesday.  It is now stated that the telephone  war in Fernie has been declared off by  the B. C. Telephone Co., selling out to  the new company organized by the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  Last   week's   issue   of  the Grand  Forks News-Gazette was the first under new management.    Martin Burrell  '   is the editor, while Donald McCallum  will look after the business end.  From the well known fact that the  snowfall so far this winter has been  ���many feet less than last year, it appears that there is likely to be none  too much water in the Boundary next  summer.  ' C. A. Stoess, well known in the  Boundary three or four years ago, has  returned to Grand Forks, and will  have charge of the supplementary irrigation system to be put in by the Covert estate.  At a meeting held last Monday afternoon, the Grand Forks Board of  Trade passed a resolution asking provincial aid for the building of the Kettle Valley line up the North Fork of  Kettle river.  Last Wednesday the Shamrock  hockey boys journeyed down to Grand  Forks, and met defeat at the hands of  the smelter city puck chasers by a  score of two to nothing. Next Monday a return game is to be played in  Phoenix.  Police Commissioners Roderick and  McDonald held a meeting last Tuesday and decided that roulette wheels  -would not be allowed in the city, and  that minors should be kept out of  saloons. The chief of police was given  instructions to that effect for pleasure.  Any of the local' mining shares  sale.   E. H. Mortimer.  Try Boyle's Witch Hazel Cream for  chapped hands.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, McMillan  block, Feb. 13 to 16.  Ernest Miller has been reappointed  city solicitor for Grand Forks.  James A. Clark, of Clark & Binns  went over to Trail last Saturday.  The law firm of McLeod & Brown,  of Greenwood, has been dissolved.  Born, February 1st, at Greenwood,  to the wife of H. L. Johnston, a son.  Lequime & Powers' planing mill re  sumed operations at Grand Forks this  week.  Dr.'Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank blocl, from Feb. 10th  to 14th.  Mayor Rumberger is reported to  have left Spokane for the far east early  this week.  H. R, Stephenson has been appointed station agent for the C. P. R.  at Midway.  This week the last boits were put in  the School street bridge by , Porter  Bros, employes.     "~v  Next Tuesday is St. Valentine's day,  when the little god of love is supposed  to have his innings."  S. Carjeton Hoi man, supenntendent  of the Mother Lode mine, was a visitor  in the city last Sunday.  Deeds, Mortgages"and Bills' of sale  made out and recorded: Ed. H  Mortimer. Notary Public.  For large returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix. B. C.  The skating masquerade carnival,  given last week Friday at Grand Forks,  was reported to be a success.  Born, to the wife of E. D. Hall, at  Seattle,. Wash., but formerly of Phoenix, on February 3rd, a daughter.  G. A. Fraser, M. L. A., left Grand  Forks Sunday to represent this district  in the legislative assembly, which met  again on Thursday.  Wm. J. Morrison, of Morrison &  Anderson; owners of one of the largest buildings in Phoenix, was a visitor  here this week from Seattle, where he  is now in business.  The Manitoba farmers who recently  secured tracts of the rich Covert estate  near Grand Forks, through the efforts  of Smith Curtis, bought altogether  about 100 acres of that fine property.  New officers of the Hospital Ladies1  Aid were elected this week as follows:  President, Mrs. R. B. Boucher, vice  president, Mrs. J. B. Boyle; secretary  treasurer, Mrs. W. L. Dunn. The  ladies are figuring on giving a hockey  match about March nth.  The Rossland Board of Trade claims  that the Dominion government has  been defrauded in its selection of the  50,000 acres of coal lands in East  Kootenay, and intends to exploit the  matter at the Nelson meeting of the  Associated Boards this month  Charles D. Hunter, secretary of the  Hunter-Kendrick Co., started this week  on a trip to southern California with  his brother, James Hunter of Rossland,  with the intention of visiting Honolulu before they return, inside of two  months.   This trip js taken   entirety I  Granby Exchange  We are getting in a lot of  chairs again.  This time from the largest  CHAIR  factory in Canada.  We have a special  Diner extra good value in quar-  - ter cut oak at $2.25.  The Complete Housefurnishers*  FOR SALE "EN BI.OC."  Purity first,,Boyle the druggist.  Charles Harkness, formerly employed at the Granby smelter, died at  Grand Forks last Sunday of tubercol-  osis, aged 24 years. His relatives reside at Trail, where he formerly lived.  "Your Neighbor's Wife" drew a full  house at Miners' Union hall last Wednesday' evening, the company travelling  with 16 people. The brass band and  orchestra was appreciated, as was Buster Brown, but the rest of the show-  did not meet with much approval.  rietropolitan Cafe ^��flfcab at  " :-7Tv All Hours.  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  Open Day and Night.   ���   -    ��� ��� ->. - (under-sumjut-hotel,^  Oysters in every style.  Turkey and Chicken Dinner,        -      ,^Sunday, & to 8 pjp.    ������'������ ������������.I.������ s��S^����������������������.��������n���.^ HJliMi '  i Black's Hotels  ......Dominion Avknuk, PHOENIX, U. C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  '     Bar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  G. Wr-Rum^ger    ,   ,   .,*���>"        '-:��� .  SM** * ,-nV  Real Estate  and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and  sold. Information abdut^IMioenifc'aiich-the  Boundary country given on application.  sxsxs����������@��������<^^  Another  Case   of   Rheumatism   Cured  Chimberlain's Pain Balm.  The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm in the relief of rheumatism is  being demonstrated daily. Parker  Triplett, of Grigs by, Va , says that  Chamberlain's Pain Balm 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.  Grand  Winter  Carnival  I.  Rossland  Feb. 15,16,17 and 18  CKurcH Services  Tomorrow.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at n a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. iri. at the new church, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitalion is extended to all. I). M.  Perley, B. A., 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.  SZSHSHS2SaSHSa5HSHSE5HSZ5HSZSHS2SH  5HSaSHSHSS5HSHSE5Z5E5H5H5H5E5H5HSH  Ikb Bros. I Smith  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  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 examine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  KNOB HILL AVE.,      PHOENIX  a5H5H5H5ES'2525H5E5H��H5E5H5H5H5H5Z5  H5HSHSfl5HSSSHSES2SaSHSHS2SHSHSaraS  w  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  <*     Phoenix, B. C.  *m0+**m0m***m*m0*0mm0m*Bm  Just received direct from Scotland'  a large shipment of* \ -  "Sanderson's  Fauno^ Uotmtain P��w*'  *H-tV  Green wood Liquor Co.  ���tsWssWi*  ���tfksssssips*  Boundnry Agent* for "PABST OELKBRAtED BEER." -"  Wholesale Dealer In Wines, llquora ��w> Cigars.      '������' - V  Telcpbone orders receive prompt^ attention.  Greenwood, B. C.'     V <    JAMES McCREATH, prop.  *m*mtmm0m*0ms)$0**mim0*t*m0***m  1  Single Pare  For round trip  On Sale February 15, 16 and] 17th  Good lo Return Feb. 23th.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Pilot mineral claim, situate in theGrceuwood  mining division of Yale district.  ���   Where located���In Frovidence camp.  Take notice that I, Isaac H Hallett, as agent  Tor Thomas Roderick, Free Minei's Certificate  No, B80401. and James Marshall, Free .Miner's  Certificate No. ES0419, intend, sixty days from  the tiate 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 Hint action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 25th day of January, A. D. 1905.  I. H. HALI.KTT.  Championship Contests  HOCKEY, SKI RUNNING,  SNOWSHOEING.  Complete Programme of Canadian  Winter Sports.  Watches,  Jewelry,  Repairing.  The BEST; Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO.SAYS SO? ' "Hunareds.of satisfied '';'-    \    '  customers.    If you don't' believe if come   ��� '*'  ' and examine goods. �� '   ,;-'_���".-* .>.,-v ..     .    ,  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Sfcoes, Ties,etc.,  just arrived.   All new seasonable goods at bid  arid CHEAPEsr.prices.' ;���/ ���" v", -. t *   -*  THOMAS. BROWN,  S  Men's Wear Exclusively.  IIARDY-McKKNZIK HI K.  DOMINION AVK. PHOKMX  Wc can "-Watch'* you nt almost anv  priie, from the pood, evt-rjdav timepiece  to the expensive adjusted chronometer.  Our Jewelry awl Cut Ula->s stork  will be found just what you deene to  make a seleelion from.  In rep.ming we are prepared to take  care of anything in this line.  Geo. E. Dey,  The Teweler.  Knob Hill 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.  *j  :t>  THE  STRAJHCONA  NELSON, B.C  B. TOMKINS, Managed  The Leddiai ttolei of the, Hoofeaays  Special Rates to Commercial Men,  Good Sample Rooms.  IJo not miss this opportunity  10 to 25 per cent, off on all ^oods iifffnig  �����������������>��<�� <*&&&&&&&>  Furnished Rooms by Day, Week or Month.  Transient Trade Solicited.   Open all night.  HOTEL HAVANA  510 Front Avenue,  l'lione  Mala 1899.  Spokane.  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 $18  weekly with expenses advanced each  Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  j Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111.  RESIDENCE PROPERTY  in Phoenix which pays  3 per cent per month  in rentals.  Address: .   -  GEO. L. BRAZEE,  Phoenix, B. C:  ��a^<fr<fr^^>^<fr^ &*&^&&<t>^l' 4**^  lip i Spring:  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B,C.  1D&- Tlie most perfecly appoint       c itli  mid Pleasure Resort in the West, with a  plelesystem or Baths���including Turkish an I  Hussian.   Open the year round.   The curative  properties of its waters are niiequnlcd.  For Curing all Rheumatic, Nervoui and Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ailments.  For Klimiuatlng all MelalliitPoisons from the  System  The grandeur of Uie scenery is unrivaled  Mountains,snow peaks, forests, lnlces.wnterfalls  boating, yachting, Balling, shooting, excursiou,  tcnuK Its ��Inter climate is unsurpassed fir  ouldacss,  On all our large varied assbrtmenVofharids^  designs.  On all Children's and  Women's  Wool Underwear,  Women's Combination  Suits, perfect fitting garments. .  On all Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Ladies' House Slippers.; ; !>  On all Ladies'Waists, Skirts, Kimonos and Wrappers.-   '   -  On all press Goods.   ���.:..'  On all Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing and Overcoats. ''";  On all Men's Winter Underwear, derby.and ribbed and fleece lined.  On all Men's Winter Overshirts and Dress Shirts; .   : / %��� ';���.:/;>"'-"%*  On all Men's Shoes���heavy mining shoes, dress shoes and slippers.   .    ,   -���  Remember the "ffiS'^'c^  Dominion Ave., PHOENBX  BEHJEB3SS3S5S5  MMmHraWMW^tll^^  u, .!��� ...,." ' ,   '��� " A       ��� ��� .       -.     1    ' . ��� ,li       :        "trill",  I. .JL* j . '.. '��  J  <m  "I   -    .��� .'V���  ,i.-f_- > ������    'X.t. ������     ,'���-:-,   nr.   ��� >'\v '$ ���1? .-.:'. ;  *��i v-,.;*'---.  ������{���       ".'   ' -l-     V: ������:���*, -i*  �������������..' ���:* -v<  ���r > > '. -   .-.������. ''.     .   i ��� 1 ���.!..-1      ^   - ���   . .        **. if      .   ��� ������ .    .���,,'������>     *   ,,; .t    1', -,���-.'-..������ ���    , .  ���!        -j, < 11 ���     . ���   ��� ��� ��� -       ,.   .1     . 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