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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 18, 1905

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 ^.  Lt'oiJi^l/'l'c,'  FEB 21 igo5    ��  Bouatey Mines Prd-: Reduced $12,500,000 in  valuewithin five years.  Iwttecr  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Bound ..ry.  AND  BOUNDARY eWHWNG JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of tike Bojmdafy Mfouafc District  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA', SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1905  *������ '      *   f ,,���.   *  1  No. 15  I  The Proof of the Flour  Is In The  Baking  We wont �����y aiiviriinjj altoiit the Quails* ol Kv.)sd Hous-hoM Klmn just now  hut let you find out for \i mself. Just  buy a small ��s��rk and uv some experiment*. Y'���� know the ri-suhs you get  from the flour you are using at the  (Hresent time; now observe the kind of  loaf you get from  icoyal Household  How much whiter it is, How much  mote aatiny. Notice that it wilt not dry  up, to quickly, that it will stay fiesh longer, observe its flavor, look at its crust.  What ii your opinion no*?  *=,^4Hrt Gl W.  ���^q^WS^��8^W<36^^��^^g  We've just put in stock a car of  White  BurbanK  They s�� exceptionally fine  Also a car of  The proof of the popularity of this brand lies in  ,he fact that we have sold 7 cars of this flour during the  past 13 month*. It is positively unsurpassed for general u��e.  in fact cur whole grocery stock can safely be said  to have as its fi��t principle, QUALITY.  - Wesolicityour confidence and co-operation to the  end, that we roa* make this store more than ever-  ;The House, of Quality.  DAMAGED $15,000 IffIRE  Brooklyn   and   Phoenix Hotels ijCompleielx  Wiped Out*     "j ., v"  Lower End of City Saved by Reserve Water Supplyf- Magnificent Work of Volunteer Fire Brigade.  GUGGENHEIMS  WANTM.&B.  Properties Recently Examined  ���On Their Behalf.  Tuesday morning about ten o'clock  both mine whistles gave the dreaded  alarm of fire throughout the city; both  hose companies and nearly the entire  balance of the population responded,  and before the fire was put out the  Brooklyn and Phoenix hotels were in  ashes, with pretty close calls for the  postoflice block opposite, as well as  the Mint hotel and other buildings on  the same side of Dominion avenue.  As nearly as can be learned the fire  started   in   the  second story  of   the  and is considered  to be one of the  - i ���. '  best comers in the pp.  The Phoenix: hotel, owned by G.  W. Rumberger, was built nearly six  year's ago, and was1: the first structure  erected on Rumberger|s subdivision of  Phoenix. ��� It was ,1*0- and i^iialf  stories in helghti and plastered  throughout. W..LI Dunn, who has  had the bar for two or three, years,  sustained a totaUoss. j The Phoenix,  during the first year'after building, enjoyed one of the largest trades of any  - - j; - 4 ' -': -  BROOKLYN    HOTEL,   BURNED DOWN   TUESbAY.  Brooklyn hotel from a  heating stove, [hotel in the Boundary, as for months  it was the only licensed house in  Phoenix. -,< -  The new sheathing1, placed on the  side of the Mint hotel, by J. H. Graham, the- .��wrier, Wst summer, .undoubtedly helped materially to save the  building. As it is, the building was  badly scorched, although the insurance will doubtless coverall loss.  W. J. Cramer, who occupies the  one-story barber shop adjoining the  Mint, has now been in three fires here,  and says he is getting used to it. He  was doing business again the afternoon  of the .fire.  Following are the estimated losses:  1IC     illjllll-   t . .  a Brooklyn hotel, building $3,000  nent danger of an extensive connagra- ���        ���      mrniture ,j000  3,000  where Mrs. Wall was in charge. In a  twinkling the house was ablaze, the  flames going both up and down stairs  and into the Phoenix hotel adjoining.  With such great rapidity did the fire  spread that a dozen or more men, off  work from the night shift at the mines,  had barely time to escape, and some  jumped from the second story windows, and another was rescued from  third story windows by ladders.  Smoke and flames rolled up to the  heavens as the fire gained headway,  and not a spectator would have given  a dollar for all the buildings on that  side of the street.     When  the  immi-  tion was appreciated, many willing  hands began to remove furniture and  valuables from the Mint, Butte and  Norden hotels and other buildings.  As is always the case, much of this  was ruined m moving.  Both volunteer hose companies responded quickly to the alarm, and  while there was a little delay in getting  water fumed on, owing to a defective  hydrant, splendid work was done by  the fire boys when water did begin to  Howl At first the streams were piaying  on the pos'office block, which would  undoubtedly have gone from the intense heat, as it was smoking, but for  the water. It was so hot that while  one gang held the nozzle, another  threw blankets over them, and then  heaped the blankets with snow���and.  then. Ihe first gang, would be relieved.  But the postofnee block was saved, as  was also the Mint hotel, right in the  path of the fire. No one, for ii time,  thought there was the barest possibility of saving the Mint, but it was done  by the most strenuous and dangerous  of work on the part of the fire fighters,  although the side of the building was  practically ruined and the flames got  through into the lower floor at one  time.  When the alarm was sounded, Manager J.L. Martin, of the water company, at once hurried to all the valves,  and saw that they were open in the  water system, so as to draw on the reserve tanks at the Granby mines. Had  it not been for these tanks, no one can  tell where the fire would have stopped.  Very likely, it would have taken both  sides of Dominion avenue.  The Brooklyn hotel was purchased  last summer from F. J. Finucane by  James Marshall and E. P. Shea, since  which time they have spent a-^considerable amount in repairing the building. So rapid was the spread of the  flames that almost nothing was saved.  and about 35x65  feet m size.    It was  built five years ago by W. T. Kaake,  "     stock   Phoenix hotel, building and fur  ���   niture  5,000  Phoenixhotel, MrsMcCormack 500  "       "    W.L. Dunn,stock 500  Mint hotel, general damage ... 1,000  Postoflice  block, .Wooster   &  Martin  400  Morrin Thompson & Co  100  B. C. Telephone Co  50c  Phoenix Brewery, beer pumps. 250  Other damage  500  $15.75��  Insurance was as follows :  Brooklyn, Canadian on furni-  tnre ...'..��� .��� ���. $    600  Brooklyn Union on stock     1,000  '���       Atlas        500  "       Guardian        500  Phoenix, Western        1,500  "      Atlas.............       500  "      Guardian         500  Mint, Atlas...,.,...        500  "   Guardian .   .        500  $ 6,100  In  addition,   nearly all the small  losses were covered by insurance, but  there was considerable loss of clothing,  money and other personal property.  Cinders.  Almost every window in the front of  the postoflice block suffered in the fire.  Nearly all the insurance was carried  by  the  D.  J.   Matheson and  J. E.  Mills agencies.  Alderman Marshall has expressed  the intention of rebuilding the  Brooklyn hotel better than ever.  Ou the night following the fire both  mines were short of men, owing to  celebration of the victory over the  flames.  Forty tons of ice, just stored in the  basement of the Brooklyn hotel, are  still smouldering from the sawdust  covering it.  The last large fire in Phoenix occurred just five years ago; (when the  Wm. Hunt* Co.'s store, the Imperial  hotel and the Baldwin block were  wiped out.  Plate glass windows in the store of  the Thomas Drug Co., owned by G  Propose to Rival Granby Co.  in Copper Output.  It now appears that the Guggenheim  Exploration Co., one of the strongest  financial concerns in the United  States, and extensively interested in  mining propositions, was behind the  examination recently made by M. M.  Johnson, M.E., of the properties ofthe  Montreal & Boston Consolidated, and  the prediction is made in the east that  the Guggenheims will shortly take a  large interest in the company, as a result of the examination. Mr. Johnson  was most favorably impressed with  what he saw .in the Boundary, and  thert seems to be no question but that,  on the whole, his report to the Guggenheims will be a favorable one.  Here is the way the story comes from  the east: '  Samuel Untermeyer, as counsel for  various New York Stock Exchange  creditors of Munroe & Munroe, arranged a settlement whereby creditors  will receive 100 cents on the dollar.  The Guggenheim Exploration Co., of  which company Mr. Untermeyer is  general counsel, has secured an option  on a large block of the stock of the  Montreal & Boston Co. at $1 per  shaie. A Guggenheim expert is now  examtng properties and if he reports  favorably, the option will probably be  exercised.  The settlement provides for a cash  payment on the part of the underwriting syndicate of $100,000 and the de  posit of 225,000 shares of the Montreal  & Boston stock- taken at $1 per share.  In addition is the Guggenheim option  on the above stock and other stock in  hands of the brokers, which option is  good for 20 days.  With the Guggenheims in British  Columbia, with the vast wealth of the  Exploration company back of them,  an effort will probably be made to rival  the Granby company in copper output.  The Montreal & Boston company has  good mines, well equipped, and a  smelter with two furnaces The Montreal & Boston troubles have been on  the promotion end, not the property  end.  Boundary Mining Notes  GT. NORTHERN  HAULING ORE  Sent First  Train   Out   Last  Wednesday.  From Granby   Mines to the  Granby Smelter.  .       W. Rumbereger, w-ete broken, as were  The building was three stories high, aiso the wjn(jows in the store of the  Wm. Hunter Co., Ltd., by the intense  heat.  Last Wednesday, for the first time,  the Great Northern railway began  hauling ore from the mines of Phoenix,  the shipments going from the Granby  mines to the Granby smelter. The  cars used for the traffic are made of  steel,and of are somewhat different construction from those in use so long in  the Boundary by the Canadian Pacific.  It is the expectation, for the present,  that the Great Northern will take out  about ten cars of Granby ore daily, or  about 500 tons, which amount will  later be.increased. The ore shipped  all comes from the No.. 3 tunnel level  of the Granby mines, being hauled to  the new ore bunkers by an electric  locomotive, recently installed at that  level, and which operates with the  greatest satisfaction to the management.  The new giant ore crusher at the  No. 3 ore bins, is not yet in working  order, but is likely to be ready for general use in the course of two or three  weeks, wheh the shipments from this  level may be somewhat increased.  During January the Elkhorn mine's  50-ton shipment netted $147 per ton.  Considerable free gold has been encountered in the tower workings of the  Last Chance.  Last week an ore body was encoun  tered in the Barbara that ran $153 to  the ton,'of wnich $112 was gold.  List Monday the work of placing  ore in the No. 3 ore bins from the  Granby Mines, for shipment over the  Great Northern, was started.  It is said that the automatic electric  feeding device, now being installed at  the Granby   smelter,  will   save   the,  labor of some-So men, or $So,ooo per  annum.  t  Returns from the last car of ore sent  out by the Skylark, to the Nelson smelter, gave $93 per ton. The new boarding house at this mine is being completed this week by AiexStrachan, and  wi.l soon be occupied by the increased  force.  Martin McHale, of Phoenix, has  been awarded the contract for a 300-  foot tunnel on the Gold Bug, there  biing some eighteen bidders. As soon  as he gets his boiler on the ground he  will start work. The proposed tunnel  will lap three leads at depth, and probably half a dozon men will be employed.  Six men are employed on the Wol-  ford group, on Fourth of July creek,  near the Belts and Hesperus. The  property has an immense showing of  iron ore, and there is considerable  talk of the owners arranging for the  erection of a smelter m the near future,  after the property has been proved  further with development,  It is understood that the increasing  demand for electric power in the  Boundary has impelled the Cascade  Water, Power & Light Co. to look into the matter of adding another unit  to the generating plant at Cascade,  which will then be 4,000 horse power.  There is no doubt but that this would  be entirely taken up as soon as available.  The dumps of the Brooklyn and  Stemwinder mines, which were not  sold with the mines to the Montreal &  Boston Consolidated, have been bringing cash to the coffers ofthe Dominion  Copper Co. Since last fall about  6,600 tons have been shipped, mostly  to the Trail smelter, and some cars  have given particularly good returns  in both gold and copper. The dumps  were estimated to have between 10,000  and 20,000 tons of ore.  J. E. McAllister, the efficient smelter superintendent for the B. C. Copper company, has gone to New York  to lay before the company's directorate  the plans for the proposed enlargements  of the company's plant at Greenwood.  If the present plans are carried out  more furnaces will be added sufficient  to make the daily reduction capacity  of the plant 1800 tons. The excellent  condition of the company's mines and  the high price of copper doubtless  stimulates the management to hasten  the improvements.  WINNIPEG MINE  WAS SOLD  Was Taken by W. T. Hunter For $2,500.  Something of History of  the  Property.  Late last week the assets of the  Winnipeg Mines, Ltd., were sold by  A. Leamy, county court judge, ,to satisfy the labor leins against the property of the company. The property  consisted of the well known Winnipeg  mine, in Wellington camp, known as  Lot 599, Group 1, Osooyos division,  with mine buildings, compressor, etc.  W. T. Hunter, of Greenwood, was the  purchaser at $2,500, ten per cent, of  which was paid down,the balanc* to be  paid in six months. The sale was -1 ,  accordance with an order of the cuuit,  asking for tenders for the projierty,  and the tender of Mr. Hunter was tho  only one put in.  The labor leins against the Winnipeg amounted to $3,4oc, besides other  leins and judgments. The court costs  were about $160, so that the 27 labor  lein claimants will have the sum o'  $2,340 to divide between them.  It is understood that Mr. Hunter  represents a s 'tid'^ate composed o;  himself, his b all 1 -, Charles D. Hunter and James H ,n-��r, W. S. Macy,  and A. B. W .-'edges,'and k i: the  intention to w.,rk the property in .he  spring. Old mm ;>." believe that ihe  Winnipeg has a ^ig-. xxty of iron .nv,  which is desi.abie ror smcl.mg  purposes, having -liso some go d  values.  Probably no mine in ;hc Poundaiy  has had a more checkered ca ci ^hin  the Winnipeg, and at one time i wa  one of the best thought of mines in  this section. The.^.Winnipeg was  located 111^895^ ano^hiS shipped all  told over 5,000 tons af ore to the .different smelters. ��� A corporation, called  the Winnipeg Mining & Smelting Co ,  was organi7ed in 1897, which operated  the Winnipeg for some years. Fin illy  the company was reorganized' as the  Winnipeg Mines, Ltd., and'mauager  Richard Plewman made a valiant effort  to put the property on a paying basis.  Fire overtook the company, however,  in May, 1902, destroying severa'ofthe  mine buildings, the property being idle  for a year and a half after that.  In the fall of 1903 the charge, ior  freight and treating the ore Hiving  been reduced, Mr. Plewman made an  other attempt to save th'e property for  the shareholders. In this he wjs not  successful, however, as action was be  gun by the -Bank of Montreal .ur an  old debt of tho company, and the  mine ceased operations in Nov-anntr,,  1903. The bank eventually, wa - no:  successful in: establishing the priority  of its claim,. though -the case dragged  through the courts.for months. Nearly  a year ago an attempt was made by  order of the court 10 sell the assr ts ol  the company at auction, but there were  no bidders;      ..  The Winnipeg-has some 5,000 lineail  feet of development work done, including a 350 foot shaft and much driving.  It has new'buildings and a service ble  complement .of machinery, incliid'nj  air compressor, hoist, pumps, etc.  1900 1901 1902 1903 1904  64.553 231,762 3"9,8s8 393.7'S 549,703  297 1,731 20,800     71,212    5-34�� 99.0J4 141.326 rjS,o?9 174.298  7.455  550    25.950    3.��70  I5.73r 3.250    ".759  5.646 4,586  ���9.494  Luteal Prices in McinU.  Nbw York���Copoer, electrolytic, $15.-  37@$15.UO; lake, $15.28�� 15,50  Bar Silver, 61,%  Lead, fS.BOat $4.70.  ! BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following rable gives the ore shipments or Boundary mines lor 1900  1902, lor 1903, for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Mine. Camp.  Granby Mines.... Phoenix  Snowshoc.. ........Phoenix  B C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwood  Montreal & Boston Con.'  Broolclyn-Stcmwinder. Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mouutaiu Rose Sjtnmit  AthcU, tan-Jackpot... WeUington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stemwiuderd'mp..Phoenix  Morrison Deadwood  B C. Mine Summit  R.Bell Summit  Emma Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Fogle,, , , Summit  No. 37..,.. Summit  Reliance... Summit  Winnipeg.., ��� Welliugton  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Palis White's  Jewel Long Lake  A Carmi West Fork  Providence.- Providence  Elkhorn Providence  Skylark Skylark  Last Chance Skylark  K. P. U. Mine Skylaik  Bay -J Skylark  Ruby Boundary Palls  Republic Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous ;   150         IS*      3.339  47.405    14,8n  '-19.365  ......... 560    ��� -  650       8,530     32,937     37.         15,537      16,    363       3.  1.076  2,250  160  1,040         7S5       2,435   625       875  ...'..: '....-  665     482   2,��X>         3SO         890        - 219 993    400  3,230  So  3.456  J25  Totat, tons... , ,    96,600   390,800   so6,8i6 690,419 SsS.SoS 109,539 1S341'  , Smelter treatment��� y  Granby Co    62,387   230,828   312^40 401,921 ,j6,2j: 67,15 io,;06 *  B. C. Copper Co...     117.611   148.600 162,913 21c 1S.1 23,159 3'wV  Montreal & Boston Con  132.570 2".,3u WAM 1,6    ^  '    'WWM  '������vfl!  mi  ���Mi  , ' ' *&"������  -p.  r    SV,fc>        I  -,Ki?*  "Ir-  m  11  ���in  if -Hj  t'V '��������'  J. ^ .  IvJ  <   ��,  i>    if, *e  ^.BJ-J...irajji|.iJJJMiM,t,l!llll.|llliia.l^m)��Mm!B'J!WjBHM��JiaiW ��'4 Si-**  ��   '"  !&''.<'  ,'     v  ;t��    l  hM'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  People Notice Tne Difference  when they change from some ordinary tea to  There's something about Blue Ribbon that no other tea has. That "something" is just quality, put there by methods of manufacture and blending  the most perfect yet devised.      Try the Red Label and judge for yourself.  Kootenay Engineering WorKs  NELSON, 5. C.  !   . Founders and Machinists. .     Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Crawford Dopblb Roj��e Aebtal Tramway System, Limited.  Mining anil Mill Machinery, Ore Cars, Buckets, Tanks, etc.   Iron anil Brass Castings.    A large and complete slock  GlmMnn   Crtnlios   Fitlinaa. ��*t.n.. ulu-iiv* nn hand.     Pullflvt   *" ' ...    .���.._       .11  Pulleys, Flanges, etc., made to order on short notice.   All  mining ami otiii iuhuuuici.v, mo \juib, uui*cw, *  OI Shafting, Supplies, Fittings, etc., always on hand.     1uncvn. fiuuges,   ou;.,   lii&ut;   iu   uruer  uu   enuri.  nuutc,    oi  bieak-down and repair work rushed through without delay.   Estimates for all clauses of work furnished upon appli  cation.   Special attention given to mail orders.   Scrap Iron bought by the carload.  SS?��?8r?&t. B C TRAVIS, Manager, *  0. Box 41)3,  Nelson, B. C.  The*    Phrwuw  Pfnr\t>*r IRoss win ,ook out for his constituency  i nc  jrnocnix Pioneer while he is at 0ttawa> and that is more  And Boundary Mining Journal.  than W. A. Galliher did for the Boundary when representing this section.  moao ok a A-roaDA ys a-.- tub  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ��r rHOsiciz, a. c  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaocic.  TeleDhbBH 1 Buaineaa office No. 14.  Teiepnonu j jun.ger'a residence, No. ls.  auaacRimoKS in advanci.  tn Year���.'....��� fi 00  Six Monttaa t.js  If youare not aaubac- bet to thla paper, thla  la an Invitation to you to become one.  Advertiaing rate, furnubed on application,  tegal noticea 10 and 5 centa per line. '  Fonr weekly Inaertiona constitute one month'!  ��� l.-rt ting.  Now that the legislative assembly is  in session and doing business at the  old stand, the pack   of   Grit organs  throughout the province is in full cry  after it, telling what awful things it pro  poses   to   do.     According   to these  much biassed  critics,   there   can  be  nothing good about the McBride government, no matter what it does, but  if  a Liberal government   should do  exactly the' same things, it would, of  course, be all right    Consistency is a  'thing they   seem  to know little of,  especially in politics.  THE OBSERVATORY   |  Things Talxkd op at I  Houk and Else where I  Air Compressors    :     Rock Drills  D. JMMATHESON,  t    w INSURANCE AGKN-l  >     TIKE, UFE.ACCUtM,  CoBBt^&ftbr jrtW Afnua,|U.  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. Firat& Knob Hill Are.  PHOENIX li P  r o^i      j\ '    ' V..  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  P.sslNy Vwr Wife.  Dosen't look so young and -pretty  as she used to. If her cheeks are  hollow and pale, if she is tired and  nervous she needs Ferrozone, which is  noted for restoring the bloom of health  to sickly girls and women. Complexion  quickly becomes rosy, spirits rise, and  strength increases daily. Health and  vigor will soon return to your wife or  daughter if Ferrozone is taken. It's  the best tonic made, and costs 50c. at  druggists.  George C. Hodge,  oi Nelson,r district   superintendent for the British  Columbia Telephone Co., was in  the  city Tuesday,  and  looked none  the  worse for his troubles with  the brand  new mayor and aldermen of the corporation of the city of Fernie.   The  telephone war is   ended   there,  Mr.  Hodge's company retiring in favor of  the other monoply,  the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Co., though Mr. Hodge is  putting in the telephonesyslem for that  concern.    Fernie will shortly have one  of the best local systems in the Koot-  enays, all by its lonesome, and if the  revenue does not meet expenses, including that of the  coal company's  own twenty or thirty phones, it will be  a simple matter to raise the rates.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Hranch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREKNWOOD  AND*"<  VANCOUVER, II. C  B. C MINING  1905l  FEB.  19��>S  Sun. Mea  Tun. Wad.   Thu. Frl.  Sit.  }  /         123  4 '  5   6  7      8      9    to  11;  n 13  14    15    16    17  18  ro 20  21     22 \23    24  25  26 27  28 ,  L_  If the report be true that the Guggenheim Exploration Co., of New  York, is ' taking an interest' in the  ' Montreal & Boston, it should be a  ��� good thing'for them, a good thing for  the M. & B. and a good thing for the  Boundary. They seem to know when  a good thing is in sight.  An old lady who died in Montreal  at the age of 104 years, had smoked  habitually since she was nine years of  age. This, says the Nelson Daily  , News, recalls the comment of the Englishman on Che demise of an aged total  abstainer: "They may stand it for  years, but it is bound to fetch them at  4"Iast:." '    ,  Rossland's ore shipments last week  were 7,130 tons, or 37,^81 tons for the  year.  .Preparations are being, made to receive ore at the new Sullivan smelter  at Marysville.  Work has been resumed at the Sullivan mine, East Kootenay, with a  force of 30 men.  The Marysville smelter will use the  Huntingdon-Heberlein process for the  treatment of its ores.  With the removal of W. L.Germaine  from Grand Forks to Vancouver the  Boundary loses a good business man,  one who has made many friends in  this section during the six years he has  resided here. But what is the Boundary's loss is Vancouver's gain, Mr.  Germaine will have charge of the head  office of the British American Trust  Co., a concern officered by A.'C.  Flumerlelt and H. N. Galer, who are  both also well known here from their  former connection with the Granby  Co. While "Jerry" was a resident 1 of  Phoenix for about four years, with the  Hunter-Kendrick Co., the residents' of  chis place learned that he was one' of  the pleasantest of men to do business  with, and everyone will be pleased to  hear of his advancment.  A Bloated Stomach.  Distensions and pains fiom indigestion are cured quickly by NerviPne  When you get an attack of stomach  trouble take a stiff dose of Nerviline,  which is perfectly harmless but marvellously quick in effecting a lasting  cure. "I was once taken ill with  stomach trouble" writes Edward Row-  ell of Rochester. "I was in great pain  and distress but half a teaspoonful of  Nerviline fixed me up in a few minutes. I can recommend Nerviline for  sick headache and cramps and consider if an invaluable household remedy."  Try it yourself.    Price 25c.  THE MILWAUKEE  " , A familiar name fur the Chicago, Milwaukee & Ut. Paul Railway, known ail  over the Union us the Great Railwav  running the "Pioneii Limited" trains  every day anil night lietween St. Paul  anil Chicago, ami Omiilia anil Chit-ago,  "The only perfd-t tiauis in the worl I."  Un<Iert>taiid.- Con nn Hon* are mad*  with All Transcontinental Linus, assuring to papsenjiVrs the best service known.  I.uxuii"ii8 roaches, dearie light*,steam  heat, of a veritv equaled by no other  line. >'  See Unit jmn ticket reads via "The  Milwankei " when goinir to anv 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. Rowe,  K.S1AI1USHEI)   1859.  EasreriffownshipsLMK  -1. *  1 OR l \-TWO   IIRAMCIICS  AND AOKXCIES   IN  OAVAIM  KXl'l.NSIVE   FOREIGN  CONNECTION'S.  STATEMENT.  .Ian. 2ml. I!)('5.  LIABILITIES  Capital paid up  Reserve  Undlvlde I protl'.a etc    .  BIIIh In circulation.    .   .  l>epoBits In curreiiiitccourii        2,'wt,7Si 81  J'eiMialtain Savings department- 7.9'nj. 02 47  ��J, 177,9 rilHICu-.il nit httinl  I.'iflO.IKIU.OI "  JIS.4I8 4I  l.tKUlUOiM  IM-NOUKCK-  *l��,lli6,-l 27.72  line from oiher bnnks '. '. '.. 1,'hU ��'ii7 f��*  iiepoili ulih,t omiiiliiii jjnv'i . Wuoo M  Oincrnireiit, 'iuiiil(>lp��l mid t, hir  1>ii.iIhmi.) securirior      si'nc  J*"* , ,         M.yy.-.;.uM  Ken Uhtntc, miirUuKe-i, Imtik prein-  Neaaiul utlie aveis 5 8, IS I 9)  ��lii,l80,l.'7~7l  JAS. MACKINNON, General Manager.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A.M.  4.HII.L11-.K, .    ' "  7 ..bcirelarv.  W'lt.  ^i��^tj*�� O. O. F,  ��,'??��i!?r��*WM ^r"*B �� "����i�� ion  vt,!lJ^l'SB&����U��r'fiV>'��'��W  ,l"V.'        /���s;WIUaiiinou, ^  ..'  t'ko K  Miui.   Hf'c.Stc-V  w'"-l'tlah��}.IVr.H���.^cr  THE  1'HOJ Nix AtRj��  Ml. I Si.  ���'"���I 11.11  U||  l,|j,y  ��   Sj'W  '" . Mlilci.  Oliifli llall  v'��'t'ii(!   I.icll���rll  (���"���Uhll)   li     |U  PAClFiKI  I ������A8!-'?  DAVEINPORI  Light Locomotives  Trav. Pas*. Agt,  SPOKANR, WM  General Agen ,  PORTLAND OkB  Who would not be the water  man  i  ..���-..�� .��v��  ww    mi.    nwn.1     man  On February 20th the Reco, in the these days? Well most of us would pass  Slocan, will pay a $20,000 dividend, Up the position, surely.   Manager Mar-  While John Houston is attending to  his'legislative duties���not to say muni-  -cipal and editorial���he has left his  Nelson Tribune to the tender mercies  of William Blakemore, who is almost  as versatile as Nelson's first and last  mayor, being mining engineer, preacher and editor combined. But there is no  danger, at least, of the Tribune falling  into a Liberal rut.  making a total of $300,000 so paid by  this mine.  Patrick Clark has struck a 20-foot  ledge of $175 free milling ore on the  Kootenay Belle group, near Salmo.  which he recently bonded.  During the last year the Le Roi  mine shipped 160,000 tons of ore,,  that averaged $10.94 per ton. For the  last six months, under general manager A. J. McMillan, who has recently  been re-elected to the position, the  mine has been steadily making money.  Por the second time m its history,  Phoenix had a serious baptism of fire  this week, destroying property estimated to be worth at least $15,000.  It was a fortunate thing for property  owners that a reserve supply of water  for fire purposes was kept on hand for  just such emergencies. Every one  unites, also, in saying that those who  fought the fire did the very best of  work.  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.  tin has certainly had his troubles this  last fall and winter, in endeavoring to  snpply customers and the C. P. R. together, when there is not half enough  aqua pura to go around, and at the  same time see that there is a reserve of  in case of fire. It was a most fortunate"  thing that there was water last Tuesday,  or the disastrous fire would have done  twice as much damage as was done.  Mr. Martin is growing grey in the  water service, and no wonder.  Chamberlain's Stomach and   Liver   Tablet*.  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.  For All Purpose*. 'I'.  For niini'i. iiiHidcHroiithidewnrlrV, Jor  1^'Kirintf KoaiIh. fur ('������nunc ��r-.   C011-  . .   .���.. ���      ... venient in opeiate, quick ami powerful,  quick delivery, fully guaranteed, any size, anv required tvpo, anv width of e.iuce  with or without tenders. ��� BU1LTBY��� e-'URe,  ���DAVENPORT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Davtnport. Iowa. ���  These engines may be seen in service at the mines of Granby Co. Phoenix, B. C  ^OREGON  SHoip Line  and Union Pacific  ONI.vlLlNE EAST VIA  Salt Lake and rDenver.  -it ��� ..*.,\v,' ...       ,A  1 wo  I rains IMii.v.  '"*St��"��iVi?lrif> riVkelK 10 l.nn.piMiinl otliu  uwam.\m air.--  Lcm.c��  SDally'  Spokane 1 line ��cliT<liile.  ^KliuKc Nov   sjivij  An \  I-lhlh  PHOENIX ���  MARKET.   3  I P. Bums & Co.  PROVINCIAL.  Premier McBride has succeeded in  showing a balance on the right side of  the provincial ledger for the first time.  But one is not surprised to note that  the   Liberals pick the statement to  pieces and endeavor   to prove  that  there  is  a   deficit.   Mr.   McBnde's  position, on assuming power, was anything but enviable, so deeply had the  province been plunged into debt by  previous adminstrations.     He should,  at least, be given credit for what he has  accomplished.  Fernie is to have a militia corps of  two companies.  The Okanagan Herald, Vernon, has  discontinued publication.  The New Westminster city council  is figuring on a system of sewerage.  A public school has been establish-  ad at the Nickel Plate mine, Camp  Hedley.  The C.P.R. intend to greatly improve tbe Sandon and Nakusp branch  this year and will employ over 250  men the coming summer.  There has been a big increase in the  assessed valuation of the property of  Cranbrook during the past year. This  )ear it is about 100 per cent, more  It has been stated that Ross Thompson, the founder of Rossiand," has gone  to Tonopah or Goldfields, Nevada; and  will endeavor to gather together another fortune. Mr. Thompson is , remembered by many of the old timers  in the Kootenay and Boundary. From  the sale of lots in the Rossiand townsite  in the boom days he was made coin:  paratively wealthy, but unfortunately  it did not stay with him long. Then  he took a flyer in stocks of various  kinds, and is a large holder in Oro  Denoro, among others. Mr. Thompson's friends hope to see a turn in his  foi tunes soon.  nt  D. R. Young's townsite, eight miles  from Vernon, is called Larkin. If<D.  R. is as successful in this as he was in  floating Ashnola 'Smelter, Ltd., and  Similkameen Valley Coal Co., Ltd.,  etc., etc.. he will doubtless make a  wad from Okanogan dirt. Lots' of  people all over the Kootenays and Yale  will remember Mr. Young and his 'en-1  terprise.  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING  " fOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pioneer Pub. Co.,   -  I'HOENrx, B.C  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  .... Wholesale and Retail Heat flerdiauls.:  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Salmo, Rossiand, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All oiders receive prompt attention.  7-aja.m.VA6T MAII.-Tii and Tioiii  ., <. .'.Coeiird'AlcnedlKtiitli'l iirni.   Iiigtoii ��ai field ��� oinfjt, pun.  ��� .   /  iiian,   ���Moacfiw.  ���I'oineroy,  WatOibiiig, Dayton, Walla  Walla, Ptnd eton, llaLer City  ��� -     and all points ��a��t . ,  .goo  �� 30 p. 111. KXPrfKss-Por I'aniiliiKton  1  -i''1    Garfield, Colfax,   Pullman  ^ .��� ,.   . .  *,os��,w.I-e��l��ioii.Portland  J'h l*au l'raiioaco, linker City  , ��� -andall point* HAST.  '   KXPKKSS-Prom all point.  Kant, RokerCllv, sail Pran-  ..Lt..~   -c'*S>. Portland, Colli*, Car-  SHORT LINE TO CALIKOUNU.  '. \ San Fnrnnsco-I'oitlaiii] Koute.  8te�����er*<��ll fcoiii Alimwortlidot.-. Portland.  Atl J?'", from b|*2r Slrett wl>��f f. Saul-ran-  cfaco, aj ip a. 111. jevery five dayi,  .-Tlck'elaou aaieatall S. K t N. Station..  For riirther Information ai to ratea. tune  traiua. equipment, etc. addreas  GKO. J. MOHI.liK.Geiieral Agent.  Rlveralde Ave..Spokane. Wa.h  Phoeaix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed,  Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  MADE TO ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS' AND    PXOS  PECTORS'SHOES  A SPECIALTY,  Shoo  on   Dominion Av<jnim.  Farmers, Mechanics, SparUman!  To heal and soften the skin and remo��e grease  oil nnd rust stains, paint and and earth, etc.j u��  the "Master Mechanlc'a" Tar Soap. Albert  Toll.tSoaoCo. Mfra  J.H  CITY SCAVENGES  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  DRINK 1  PHoeiiix Beer j  Made horn the BEST MALT and   PUREST "        '''I  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for qual- I  ity.    Ask for PHOENIX  BEER  and  insist 7  on having it '  "<-      ���?  PHOENIX ^BREWERY,    !  J. MUELLER, Proprietor. \ J  Standard Avis, and Banner St. :-.- PHOENIX, B.C. <,  >-a>_a>-.�� -��-0-fr-+B-a��  % fl  ���-���-0-��-aV  Spokane Falls  ' -<    -l   -    r  .Tljf ,o.nly alf tail ionic hetufiMi iminln  east, went ami noulli 10 Kom-IhihI. >>!-  son. Oraml Koiks ami JiepubliV.  Buffa eiirs run hetWii Siiokmie ami  NOrttiportt '   ��� - <  UKFKCTIVKJUNKm  ioc3.  ���f leaves,,,    i ���  ..rrlvc  ^y*-pf. ,,.;>>". . .Spokane _, 0 ��� ���. m  7 7oa*1nVag,  ��o-3sa. iiiSK'  8 10 a, 111  KoKclawJ  .. Nelaoii    .  ...  Oranil forka.'  .Uepublic   .   .  4 35 V-ni.  7 30 p. n,.  4 o* D. It.  6.ts p. 111  S��ve Tlitte-all the time  .rfa. -King?   T��_fi.  Gait Coal  delivered to any part of  the city.  Hay, G#al% ~;  ml'>��aaaTamMaVtltVQHHPjaHnpaMMrn  Oats, Wheat, Feed,etc,  I^irge stock.  J��J*��*  PHOENIX, B C.  An Automatic Story Told.  Sleepless nights, suffocating sensations, difficult to even" breathe.    "I  10*504,000. anaugh   of colborne.     "Spasms   of  coughin�� would come on that   made  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  t;';ATo. Rattle, Tacoma,  'AND ALL' PACIFIC CO AST  POINTS.  ,$t Paul, Chicago,  -' AND ALL TOINTS EAST."*  I       '    Buiret  D111-  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,      0!dA^f0?l"       Phoenix, B. C  Cattrrh Cannot 13s Cured  Duncan Ross,  M.P., is an entertaining writer, and his fiist letter from  the Dominion capital in his paper, the  Greenwood Times; ,s readable, even if r,dJB^edffr"it tS?ESSS3 B'  he did use up.a lot of space in relating Kl^Vp^ito^W^si  what he thought he knew of the Mc-' %^^��^^*��*mnst, ,���...,-  Bnde   government-three   thouLand VS&fiSSSSSE^ My cure i  miles distant from him.    If he is a,   *",#r5hrm5S,d��5I.,?Jin,aBlBll,ft��' | Pry Catarrhozone, it  �� tw.������ ,w M. I     sA&igg^^^'*^0-    asthma.    Complete.  Z . 'rS1 "Jf^'ca"0"- aa they cannot reach the  scat orth- dlseaK. Catarrh la a blood or coiiitl-  tuUonal diasaip, aud in order to cure it you jnuat  tJktlnterxialremedlea. Hall's Catarrh Cure is  lakciiuternally and acta directly on the Wow?  I ?1.<1.���ilc?.u-s,?.u.r&��".'.  Hall'a Catarrh Cure iaiun  by one or  ycaraaud  , :-1-.--��7'���, ^"-^iih"".   �� ii composed of the  1 ^tte^���*?.?���/""^ w'��l�� thVbeat Wood  mucous suifaccs.  f Jjbetal, however, we believe that Mr.'     \$&$S%$ffi!^  forconstlpatton.        size 25c  me weak. Nothing did me any good  until I used the fragrant, healing  Catarrhozone. I am delighted to re-  cornmehd this remedjptjvhich cured  nvoi chronic asthma after scores'of  good physicians had given* me up.  Catarrhozone is better for asthma,  give quicker relief than any remedy I  ' '    My cure is a perfect one."  .   -j  hozone, it never fails to cure  J asthma.    Complete outfit $1.00; trial  We do the kind you wan  but which you rarely see ���  the kind that is Neat, Clean,  Original and Effective.  This the only completely  equipped Printing establishment in the Boundary occupying its own building.  Can we print for you ?  bwffl, Props.  Pidace ami Tourist Sleeper*, *  I.ijirarv Car?,;M6dern duyCondies,  Ing CahK JMtfaWu Caile.  Best Meals on Wheels.  A,,-.-ft   2 Fast Trains Daily 2  ���   _        hasTiand WK&r. **  ,?or rates nnil fiilders und full informa-  tion wgaiding- trips call on or address  any agent of the S. F. & N. Bailway or  H. A. Jackson,  '��� G.F.AP.A.,  Spokane.  Wash.  H. BraM>r,  C. I'. AT. A.,  701 \V. liiverside,  Spokane, T.'n  Everythiiig New ucfZft^LZ^ RIG*  ,,      ��,    P        ^'HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY WOOD  Delivered to any part of the'eity! ' '"  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.   A share of the public  a      . patronage solicited.    'Phone 37. .   ,.  !    DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., '     PHOENIX, B. C.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  Phoenix  B. C.  WANTKD.-MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, that are tired <t  vrorkloe for nraal! waccs. to qualify as mlarled  nd writers or show-enrd writers through dur  nstrucllon bv mall IMccs low, tcrmn casj ��� no  ���00V4 to buy. Svnd lor circular, Ftntlne when  'ou ��r..�� ' ' -i I ��l h-h posit oi \ m wmil  .-.til. r>>i v��-��:    '   ���'r>L:.c.   ..vI.ools  i.Ts-.3too, I'm,  Phoenix Bakety.  PhoeulxStreet.  'Pfcouesj,  We make good bread,     Try it,  ���T^.'.B* C* Assay t **&  Chemol Sipply Co., ltd.  .   VANCOUVER, B. C.  'Hired'Importers of Assurers' Supplies.  Sole Agents in B. C. for the well-known  Battereea Crocihles-. Pconiiers. MiifHen,  etei.Selllnrj: B[tont8/or the F. W. Braun  \Xi'B Specialties Carv Fu rnnces, Burners,  etc. Merrks' Pure Cheniicals, AsuavMa-  l��r, Platinum, Quicksilver, C. P. Acid",  Borax  Glass and all Heavy Chemicali  Spcolslty���Sllvsr' Free Lead and Litharge.  W."GREER. Phopbummib,' J^PleVA-'eBa/ Qattito   furnished   at  wmk, eropribtor        flhort'n6ti<*oy8atiBfaction6uaraiite9d.  ��� j. 1' ,l  M  to  r.iS an  The nt w��dllii?j.��tf Hit-t.lJUlM'AKl 1 ( CK .linn i d ('uoilii? 3;u ,,,,,  tier mimes and topper niniirv u iii|-a"Hi--,ii) all jsiip of ihe world, loveiiiiii I'lif  jdotie, - there ihwtl'pHona ranging fnni two lines to 12 pj-jit e in 1< iiuth, acconJiiii; to  .important?:of ihe mines. The <i< wiptione aie not r-ac'drd, but giva facia :il tin  most condensed and get-at-able fafvn, 'v *  J t- ., There greats'* fifteen miscellaneousThapters, devoted to the Iliulorv. Usib  OVrihiiiolojty, Geography, Geology, Chemistry; Ujue'rHlogv. Metallurgy, Finance?  and Sta'ticlicaof Copper, rendering the volume n veritalile i>ucvcl6|ii*dia of the s-uh-  j��ct of topper unit everything pertaining to the metal. ���       ,  '       .s-   It |�� tie Wa'rld'iStandard Reference Book on Copper.  '   Every Miner, Proapectorj Iriv.-Htor, Baiilw, ami Broker heolM the book   I'i ire  is$5 in Buckram binding with gilt top, or $7.50 in full  library uioiioivu, and the  : t hooWj, In either.bltitlitig, will he sent, fully prepaid, on approval, -to any address in  ���������-��� the world, to be. paid for if found satisfactory, or iriav returned within a weekoi re.  ;ceipt��n J the charge cancelled.   Adiirets tlie Author amiPublisher,  HORACE J.-STEVENS, 86 Post Office Block, Houghton; Mich., U. S. A,  WHAT THEY  THINKOFIT  Comments on Pioneer's  winter Number,  Do yo\i want to add  $320 to your income ?  It will o��Iy rtqulnt a f��w niinutea of four time erary day to earn $j�� avur,  ���a It with a Chatham Incubator.   A No. a Chatham Incubator will hold from  You can  loo to lao  ccc>-aocordine; lo alza of ea��>.   Eighty diickena ia a low average hatch-uteri of Cliatliam  lacabatoro will tell you ��o.  Chicken, are always in ilcniund and the aupi.il>' is always. Imrt,  . Boiftycenl.1. Uioavcrag. price jecurtjl.   II you only take off eight hatchea In a year, that '..  gi��.�� you an Income of fjaaoo.   Wouldn t that extra amount be useful to you ?  H Hot of  all, you can buy a  Friendly Remarks by Press .of  the Province.       ^  Chatham Incubator without one cent  % "���������J::'% 7'Pi. '?.*���!*iuilvt,,: October,' 1905   "T;,  ������ ' TU�� machine part for itaelf many timei over before that time. There couldn't be a fairer  offar tbaathia. We .hip a Chatham Incubator to you at once, freight prepaid by in, nnd  your firat Mynmt la not du. until October, 1905. Write ua to-day for full particular.. '1 he  Chatbaaa lacaifcatofa aad Broodcre have every new improvement worth while in an incubator  or brooder. The incubator,  ara made with .two walls,  caw. within cahe, of dry material that has been Masoned  in our lumber yard.. They  ; are built solid a. a rock and  will stand any amount' of  usage foryears. !ThcMioner  you accept ourofler the sooner will the Chatham" Incu- ..  bator b��.earning profita for  you. ': .���' ;  ..���������". i-.;-,' THE  ���������  MANSON CAMPBELL   :  CO., Limited  Dar-T.225  Chatham, Out. '  1  Manufacturers of Chatham  Incubators ' and Brocdera,  Campbell Fanning Mills,  and Chatham l-'arm Scales  Distributing; Warehouses at  Montreal.- Que., 'Brandon,  Man.. Calgary, Alta., New  Wentminster, B.C.-, Halifax,  N. S. .   .  ;'.'���'���"���      "''''.V.        ��� 9  THe; Mpst L Pelightf ujT Way To Cross The  Continent  '���^U'hrougl^Salt^ke.City, .Gjenvrood Springs, Leadvillc, Pueblo,  :   ^  '."'';'��� '/]��� "���;"' \. Colorado Springe ami Denver.  tide A  :  '^; ���;.; v :iV..8 it njr ~C!aptie tiat e, Canqii of;/I'llet.Gran(.1, "Tl- I'ase, - ..  -  -.r- ?���:,�����;;..'���   Marshal I'ass ami Ihe Royal Gorge.-  ��Y Post Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and DowelF-a  '.'." V' v?'J..3-'.'?.'. .*.'��� \;-M" ->;:Equipment andServiee Second to.None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'I' HE FOUND.-".  For Detailed Information, addi-eps  W. C.McH'UDE. General Agent/ 124Tliir.l Stree'. P.OItTf.AXD, OREGON  An Unpreccdentec  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  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  ���*'.'   VraQ-n   /���Iiicluding HniKlHome Portrait\  ye8r   ^ofKing Edward. I7XJJ Inches.^   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  eWorld, Thrice-a week, both  for one year..........---   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Stat,  both one year   SubBcriptions received to all Magazines anil 1'i-ri  cala at .publishers lowest rates.  The following are a few of the cdnv  menth" made regarding |ilie. Pioneer's  MidwinterNuniber/'^  hv ihi: [iress of (he |Mi>vinee.'' It'; will  lie nolal.ilirtt unc note runs through  thein iti|, naindy, ihtuthe issue wasan  excellent advertisement'-for' I'hoenix  and the entire IliAiiKlary: J ;.  ' I'o'gres.* ir tlie I) titulary.  '.'���: Always   \Ve.'come ;t<��:the, 't-xchange  able i.-i ihe  1*11<��tiiii\   Pioneer.   'Tjiiii.  ��� 'L-A.-iKijer' serve.- a'tno-i excellent |>ur  :iu.-c in lit -Iliinniijiry iviiinlry and ii  nas jtisi issued ;i.ha:)..I.<<iiiie.v\I.i(.hviniiit  .S'uiiihcr ut',-;: |>.tfs( riitiek luil of-fe-  ,:<:.ri>;tiiii;'.i"i!a'til.'r .\i'onbt''r);i)i tlie iiimi-  u... snit'liin^. .'.ml ���'ineri--ai.i.iilc: -intiire's^'  in its rejciui'i. 'I'ho iii.itnnutiuh ij,  ���)ri>'!ir,li't.''ri^ii'i:ini "'dale,and is '.of. es-  |it:cial .value to any pcrMiiis who 111a)  li.: !hinl:iivi of itiv^esiiii-j ill,oiie of the  most iirginisin^j dirtricis of the [iro-  ���vince. ���   ;.' . 'y-': :.;.. ';']���'''  'i'iiitt v.!.,".: is ��� alletl "die llounilaVy  CoiiiUryv;-di.-^L'r\vj-i the .special alteniion'  ���lay"s'lC'.l oir it is 'siniwii hy the fact  |'Ch:'it.;.oi'vr..;i,'ioo''.tneri.art: on'the iiiines.-  shiiiiters ttntl r.-iilroaij;. payrolls there.  T,lie'- I'itiiieer ^ives;iaiid,..;mleresliiiy  l ibl'e sliuii-ing wliijro;' this liule-ariiiy :ol  ���tyurlc'nieivi's euiplbyed. -I'liis is splendid testiiiKihy to the . impnriance of a  eaiij), whose ag'ij.taiji yei-iOe numbered  on tiie'lingurs of oim's hand.--Vancciu-  verrDaily^AVorlii.^..'^ '���:^:\.;::- y  '���',"��� '/; .". ���"'.- ���   ." ���  ~~T' , ���' ���     -; '-.   ' '���������'I.  ���..;. "���; >..i';;.-A"Spleii(lld."l*soe..���''.  The Holiday .Midwinter Number of  the. I'hoenix Pioneer' and Uound.ary  Mining Journal, published by W.'.B.  Willcox, has been received at: this  office. It is particularly \yell gotten up  printed on book paper'and elaborately  illustrated with excellent cuts Iii addition to a review ofthe early times in  the Boundary, .i comprehensive sketch  is given ot the Boundary of today and  many valuable figures are supplied,  which cannot fail to Be of use" to mining men, and all those interested in the  industry. A number of interesting cuts  are given of the principal mines and  smelters and of the men most prominently connected with them. Space is  also devoted to local institutions outside of mining, with good illustrations  and written matter. Altogether the  edition is one which reflects the greatest credil on its publisher and compiler and its circulation will go a long  way in making known the resources of  the Boundary country.^���Nelson Daily  News.    ���   -  camps on the continent is graphically  illustrated. Editor Willcox has surpassed all previous efforts and is entitled to cbniiiiendatiph for his public  spirited ehterprise.-4-Greenwood Times.  ���''"������::" Tie Great Boundary' 'v'.-:  The Midwinter ^Number of the  I'hoenix Pioneer is just to hand. '1'ht:  big mines"aiidi snielters of the Boundary are fully de'reribed and the many  illustrations .add much to the value and  interest of tne-*publication. The me*  chanical work on the paper does credit  lb the Pioneer orifice and the scattering  far and wide of Brother Wilcox's  Midwinter Number should result in  good to all I he" Boundary; and will, we  irust/repay tlie editor for all .e'xjieiid-  itu'res <>f Uitite," eheriiy and iiioiny -  Grand Forks News-Gazette. :  lates to Boundary industries,^ and i;|the  illustratibt s niake the reading rnatter  more plain.   'J'he   liiechanicai ; wbrk  . . .���' ���=)' ;������.������.  '    - :���,���:     :     .-,..���.��� �����..-, -;..;:. ',v.;j��'.;.'.-.  was,done in ihe Pioneer pfFice,,' and "is  good, much belter than tli^Work'ilphe  iii siine.of the Kootenay special editions printed. at rW'ihnipegVahd/':'IT<;t-  onto. JudgingJby: the "fstateiiieiits in  the edition,;'' th-j jBquiidary') country  must he in a heiitthy coiKlitibir.---Xel-  son Tribune.   : 'i"^':';-��-:^:?:.  Orril Value a* an Adverliier.  Thel'hberiix Pioneer is out 'with' - a  p'endid Htiliday-.Midwiiiter Number,  :....���!���.��������� Mniti With KesdasheJ;. ���-,4.1'^-  ���.'People"' often get blinding iie��dap|ieji  that suffer frani coristi[Mitio:i..;' Siiiipjeiit  rerncdy.'iyr)r.;Haiiiiltoh>:Piiisbt'Alanr  driike.'and,lJutt'eniutV'.'',.Theyi.'are:mjlirl,  certaiii aiid safe, ;' For headache^ and  liilliousness use only ���'\)r: Haniilton's  j'ills; -,'.''J,rists'-2S��--"' "���.���.-''������"���"-. :^-:-V.;.,''-..'-. .f.;'7--;1  !' .    ���  - "V' ;". .,    ",... ������;/. [���������!.-���/������������.'!. '��� ';/>  ���'.. ;,���'������    Old Fishifiot-il Si��eial.'-       .'���':���;-"'.���','  ��� Wcdni'sUay everting,' FeH.22 the Iiad!:.  ies' Aid uf ihe IVe-iliylerian"church tvil;  .ive an'Old- .Fashioned Social vat, \litf  i:buK'li. and 11 is ilic intentjohio' hitVtV  :tn i> il "liuhioned '.'���joi'id   tinie  for: alls  vith  which is a decided ciedit to ihe' enler-j '.vl11' a  ��� ��� ���  reshiii  ���liiirt-'  n't's."  po^raiii, games and:re'  lulies will  devfitt-,  piiseof theieditor,- and will l-e of great j th7^i^s io'V'cur^^ \,<^M:  value as an advertiseiiient of the  ni-.n- i'f.ir thecli.ir of ilil-  ch'ircli,   and   \\-ill;  ura! resources;bf the Iloiitulary countn'. | charge rlie -'��� nail ajln'iissioii.'Ol*'25c.���'}$*.  The niiiivbercoiuains'32 nages,  prblu  selv illustrated ^vith exceiieiit ha.fiinie.s  ''Liie��i".'l>t :...ij!    Sl.i.k .i)'i'.'lnVi(n?,':  mmm\  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX. PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  Wanted.  Men and women in this county and  .'��� adjoining territories, to represent and  i: adyertise an old established house of  solid .financial   standing.   Salary   to  : men $21 .weekly, to women $12^0 $18  ,'��� weekly with expenses advanced: ?ach  ���! Monday by check direct from head-  ' quarters.    Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  1 Address, Blew Bros. & Co.,  Dept. A,  Monon Bldg., Chicago, III.  Perfect Confidence.  Where there used to be a feeling of  uneasiness and worry in the household  when a child showed symptoms or  croup, there is now perfect conhdence.  There is owing to the uniforn success  of Chamberlain's Cough . Remedy in  the treatment of that disease. Mrs. i\!.  I ISasford. of Poolesville, Md., in  speaking of her experiences in the use  of that remedv says: "I hayca world  of confidence in Chamberlain s Cough  Remedy for I have used it with per cc  success. My child Garland w .subject  to severe attacks of croup and it always  gives him perfect relief." tor sale by  all druggists.  Interesting from Cover to Cover.  The Phoenix Pioneer is to be  congratulated upon its excellent Midwinter  Number which has just come to hand.  The issue is replete With'interesting information of the Boundary gold-copper  centre.    It  deals  in detail  with  the  mining and  smelting history of that  section and also devotes some space to  the mercantile establishments of Phoe  nix itself. < The number  is a regular  font of knowledge for those seeking information of the mineral resources  of  that   promising  section.    It  is   filled  with statistical facts and   is  interesting  reading ifibln   cover  to  cover.    The  edition Ts profusely illustrated, entirely  a  home production and  gives  great  credit on the enterprise shown by  the  bieezy   boundary weekly.    The Midwinter Number of the Pioneer will do  much towards attracting capital to the  mining centre ih which   it was   published.���Sandon Standard.  :iiiii contains ah exceedin :iy iiiier'estiiig  and iiuist ' cbmprvheii;sivel:writc-iii)  tiie principal thine.-: of the:'district.-; a>  ���veil asxfu!!'description,of ihirsbi-'a!,:  educational aiid���:��� i'lisiiurss. interests ol  I'hoenix, tDgfth.'r wtt.li. aO��ii;..vt.;.ry'.t*��iM!-  pleie tabularistalistics, iiiineial iiutcUt,  etc!���Vernon. News. :  ; ilaAn tfye Opener. - ���;   ���  The il'hpehix. ,Pipi)t:t-r's7Midwinlci  Number is,tovhand. .The; ]!iiblislH-r,  Mr.1 Willcox, ha>i; done  himself- proud,-  aiiil i)erforiiied a most va'luable service  . ,��� ., * ,._ . .,.- - v.1.,..    ..       ,:''.  .for the BouhUarydistrict. The '"riujn-  ber, is replete with statistics of the pro  gress of minng in the;.. IJoundary, and  is an eye-opener 'as to the eiiorinou^  scale on .which, mining; Operations are  now being carried on there. The de  seriptiye articles are all good; and altogether this;. Mixta inter Ntimlur of the  Pioneerisone.that the. publisher may  well be"proud.of.���-Hedley Gazette. ���.  -The Phoenix Pioneer has issued one  of.the best special numbers produced  in the. west:^���-Revelstoke Mail.  The'Midwinter-Holiday Number of  the Phoenix Pioneer is a credit to that  enterprising journal and a good advertisement .for the country in which it is  published.' .  ��� ��� "'  .The Midwinter Number of the  Phoenix Pioneer has been received. It  is an exceiieiit publication and shows  that Editor Willcox has : enterwrise,���  Kettle River Journal.  Oil     CI. llVi^.:,..  ��� ; iiii't;.!j  .-I--..-111.,  1 Mk'K-f  x-.ti.-.J..,.-...  owi.!!i."!{'r.'.���'..  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'������.,; For rbur-;d;,,i^ipf.^'.: ;���  0;i :��� a UA tihruury 15, 16 ail J:. liili^  - J;tifd kj h'cfurn I cb.; 2flth. ���:  ���;J-.'3'-'  ���'.' "-.3,-,  ���'������  2 -u  ��� J5 37.;.  ��� '������":  ��� -5"  i -. ���  .'.'"��� '8'  . f l .".u  -. a;'  :;  v,i  I!  :'; J.-'��7'-v  .������<-'. .-^i  --:"'.-'-;9;  .-,,v5��i:  ���;i��;','|i\  ���    53  J5 90  ���:-,- ij,  'til*  -  ��M  :'"-.l��;i  .";";":'  ���' 14  .  :';;;ii ���  Hi  Is Your Breath Bad?  Commodore Sdmerrino' Kicliolson; c ���  theTJnited States Navy,l:i;a kl!cr-f:o:u I p'L^.; - - i^'.��:^,l, !--. f ��:V��4-^-/ r.  ^mmzm wShinsto. p. ocf-1 Gliaii]0!ons!i!O:lontesiS:  says:'.' .;���.-,/-.. '..'';.,'.:-;.'-;:":;';���':;'"',-.'.,:,,..!-.-.   .    .-:'.:���*':������..:.''..s;.-;.;:! *,:.;.'���-.. !:-;..;.:.-. ,..'���:' : '"'.  "." 'rXour Periiria.; has been and}-ir, :iov |  ;iia^v.4)y^sbJmany'of:::niy-.fr:ciid��;';i::i;'-j '  acquaintances as aspro curofor .catarr!.'  that I am convinced of Its enratira !  qnilltieaf and I urilieSitatirigly rocom- j  mead-it*t�� all';pcrsbn's sufiorlng from j'.  .that complaint."��� S, Xicholbori.:,     >      I  ' 'The highest men in our nation"have i  giyen Peruna a strong  endorsement. !'  >f :.Mea. of all. classes   arid   stations are I  eqna01y:rcpresjentcd.";.-.t,  ::..:,.:., :'i\[?--^r'^-\  If yod do not derive prompt and 6atis- J  factory results from the use of Peruna,  write at once to'D.r. HartmaM, giving, a  full statement of your case and ho will  be pleased to give yon his valuable advice gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman, President; of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O  Calculated lo Impress.  The Holiday-Midwinter Number of  the Phoenix Pioneer has received a  'flattering reception from the press and  public. It comprises 34 pages with  colored covers. The issue is very artistically and profusely illustrated, the  views embracing typical mining scenes,  and portraits of leading mining men  and prominent pioneers.  One or two of the pictures, notably  those of the glory holes at the Knob  Hill and Mother Lode, are well cal-  cu'ated to impress eastern people with  the magnitude ol the operations now  being so successfully carried on  throughout the Betindary district. The  descriptions of the various camps and  properties is very complete, the statistical information being up-to-date and  especially invaluable to prospective investors, The transition cf Phoenix  from a howling wildefnes.s.i.c!jts,ui^qiie  The Phoenix Pioneer is to be congratulated on its Midwinter Number,  issued last week. sThe issue contains  a write-up of the mining conditions in  the Boundary country and is copiously  illustrated.: As a home production it  reflects great credit oil the Pioneer.���  Slocan Drill.  The''Midwinter Number of the  Phoenix Pioneer is a .beauty. It is  about the size: of the Ladies' Home  Journal and its" genera!. makeup and  appearance is very attractive. The  Boundary district will receive an immense amount of good advertising  from it.���Moyie Leader.  The Midwinter Illustrated Number  of the Phoenix Pioneer has come to  hand. It is a creditable publication,  indeed, containing a great deal of use  ful information regarding the Boundary country, and is , an improvement  over the special number issued by the  Pioneer last year.���Grand  Forks Sun.  The Phoenix Pioneer has been delivered of its annual special edition. It  is the best yet, giving a vast amount of  valuable information in regard to mining and other resources of the Boundary district. The editor of the  Pioneer is to be congratulated on the  excellence of the publication.���Fernie  Ledge.  The Holiday-Midwinter number of  the Phoenix Pioneer just received is a  most creditable production, containing  in its 32 pages a comprehensive write  up of the Boundary district and its  great mines. It is profusely illustrated  with half tones and is printed in clear  type on good paper,���Kahiloops Sentinel,  The Holiday-Midwinter Number of  the Phoenix Pioneer is to hand. It is,  as .usual, a specially fine production,  containing a comprehensive write-up  of the mines, fraternal societies, business men, etc., of the district, as well  as a large number of fine cuts. In  short, it is a credit to the publishers.���  Armstrong Advertiser.  Tho Phoenix Pioneer has Issued a  Midwinter edition that is a  creditable  Bad lircaili is one of the* early svnip-  tp.-iis of cat'iirrh which should be checked 'af'-ohce'and not allowed -to-' un into'  consumption;- The surest ciire is frag  rant healing;'Catarrhozone which cure1-:  Catarrh by: removing its jcause./ No  case is too chronic���even the 'most  stubborn yield in it short time to the  balsamic' vapor of Catarrhozone. ; ;It  makes cures that last, for: once-cured  by Catarrhozone you stay: cured.; Ca  tarrhbzohe is pleasant, convenient aiid  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.  oa*����*a�� '���>�����������*������  A pencil mark hern'gj&"  is 11 reminder.that vour subscription to this pap.-r is  now pa8t<lue, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.      statT"  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 painful spot���not much rubbing because  Nerviline has more power than ordinary remedies. You won't suffer long  alter Nerviline is applied for it relieves  almost ins-antly. ; Mr. Phillip Adams,  of Oakland,, says: '-If I hadn't used  Neniline I guess my back would be  stiff yet; A few application's'bf Nervi  line! took out all the soreness and  stiffness. I can recommend Nerviline.  for any kind of muscular pain, also for  rheumatism.",..��� Price 25c.  1ft: (oil heels;  THE   HO.MI!  OK  HigjvGdss  vrHcieKKY^I^  >S.:<-y :^JSNJp.)VSllO:I>,l'N',..;>.;.;; ���.;;;  :CCii'pli.:e !'!��� U'1'ii.-ii'.e r-l'���' 'iiiiiiilinii::  .���:. :...:;':;.' \'\Vi;.u-r.Spirits;������^:'_ '���'���'���:.:,,:;  '    WINEHAt  ACT.  :    Certificate of Improvements.    -  ���;'>���'^'"Notice.' ���..;.'":'';'-  COLLIES  ; We niake a specialty of breeding the  best working stiains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices.-,'O.ur  Collies give satisfaction toflockmasters  everywhere.    Write us your wants. .  :      Thos. S. Griffith,  ~P. 0. Box 1907./ Spokane, Wash.  sail aiid ji 1 iv -ViiiVrnl i laiiim. liliiule in 'tlie,'  i.-.r��r��<.-" ������'-Uiiiwic Oi*.')*'" of.,Vale.District.  ���iviiti'el��.c!.ti-��l. iii l.i'iiK V'1:t'':T,"l,>���..,r.  \J  fiike iiot-o   il.��t  l; Allien;li.;Aslic.oft.nc-  ���iiKas��i:r'itror.lie Jiive'. tii'.l.l Wiik"   '-.�����  "u.  l"nc    Minci'=. ���..i.ei'iTiiniV... -No.- .���������n-5 647. mun.  .ixiyrinvfilrcin ll-.r .���������!<: liu../. t;-. >il;.l> >   "/.i'T,  Miiisni!. H'ttorUci.   or�� Cert-i/'alu nl hnpioif.  mints'lor Hie 1 < rpoa    uf oi .!��� iiiiik �� Cio.vj. .  ��� n.iitof tlicab'vcciaiii-  ,     /nil hirtlicr ml e mu'iicc Hint acl.i. imd^r ��-.-  I   io��� 37,miisl lie cuniinenccil lwli.retl.t- .������atia.iir. . 1  I .tic-hCer'tificatcul Improyi-niciilK.  Iiiit'i'ii Ilii��l5lli.<la> o( AiiKlWt. '<��4v ��� "  ;;.  AIJIHKTK. -A^lIC'.K.fM'T    I'    I  '.. S ���  ":;;::"-:MINl:UAL-ACl.;":'  ���\'"i       CBK-riFlCATE OF iMPSOVKMEKTf. :;  - '    NOTICE.  Summit, M'.yllowe-, "PeHliviVn^ v���?-  ��� in'iml caiiotlrad 01ml and Mayllower vmu-  u'Smii' M"er-a cliiinH. Htuate^in .he r.ree,.-  w< ort Mihinu Division of 1 f-le 111"tnei.  U here locateil-lii biiniinlt com .      ���  Takr Notice tnat I, ls��ac H. Hal et|. "�����''*..  uoderick, Kroe Minor's C��rlMl '*'�� *��������. ���*��';  intend, m'xty days vrom tj��eaate here' r. to^an  V.H- in ihB MlnluK Recorder for ceriiiiia-ioa ui  rmVrovemenS for tbe purpose of obtaining  . ruwnu.ants for Ihe above claim*.  And further take notice that action. u idtr  section 37, must be commenced b�� ��<>��������� issu'  Alice ol such Ce. tiBcates of "mP,r��ve!"e",*'t:-1  Dated thisaSth dayor (September, A. D. 1904.  _r_ I. H.1IALLE1T.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPE WRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  i-i w���'���'������  If You're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  position as one of the greatest mining puolicatjonr   The reading  matter re  Boundary  You should read the  Pohenix  Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and .Freshest  News of Boundary's Mines  and Snielters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  ADDRESS:  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  '   PHOENIX, B.-C-  ���i |.  iU :n iIt -i orli'^t  ���itfe ������!' ti|..-iulii!ii.  �� In- h a-vi-> :'  ' iinc �� ilil ill..'  Write foiCatali y ���-.'.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C,  Gteenwood  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. 111. j  Standard Time  ^.30 p. ill.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McGAGUE, Proprietor.  *S\JS'\/^f  Grand Por^s7  Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J. F.. ROYKR       r       :        :        :       Proprictoi  HeKiniiltifr lune 1st,leave Urceiiwowl at 6 a.in  and Phoenix at 7:30 a,m ; arrive al Grand fork  1030a..m.,leave Grand FVvi-a.ms p. m���arrivinp  at i'hoenix 7 |), I,)., nnd Oreenwonil nt 8. p. in  Connects hotlt ways withOreafNortli-m Iraim.  Hare���Orand MofUs to I'hoenix, %tho\ Phoenix  to Greenwood, 50c; lireeuwood to I'hoenix. $1.01  Grtewood to Gland Forks, $3. Offloe in Oreen  wood.Ot Nofllieru Teleiiraph otFioe. In l'hoe  nix1. McRae Broa, K( Smith. In Grand Fork-.  Gt. Norther olficea. For expresa ratca, uqulre  ���t either office,  "Tliat's Our Business"  The Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer  i.-. fully equipped to turn out the Best Quality of  Stationery for any kind of business. Special  attention paid to work for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS,  pionkki; T.l.OCIC,  -WI'llONK N<>. 14.  PHOENIX, B. C  -v-->';''=:;: ,-.���' 'i;?fevl|^;v!#s  vJVi.'ii-'.. '.'.;.'���"���'. ���:���Si'^sfe^*a!|:R  -\:-';,^.:.^>;v,v;v:|f|f|l  -. -..'���;.-....-;';-,���|.,'.'<^',K'|^!:|S,fi��y  -,..''.    ,    - ;���'.,: .;.' .1.4"A?. (WiM  ���.���..vt--,.r.^.'..-'-.?ffi4i��'f''i:fiiP|  .--���������.,-.  ':,'';'''":'.,-SW.U-i3,vf  ;���:;������������';> ���KVis&ty^fo  ^'"'-^llllll  ;:.;'.;,:.-:::';;.si|S||?i.i  '-.;-��� - -. ,-.-.-   .���.-..���':..',��� ..V.'.-.JK *.--'.4If 4La  V':::'::-K^feiA-f!  ��� 1--' :vm:-m��&  .'���::;'.-^-^ii  mm  ,���>������,���' :^i '-a a  MMl  il  Is  .';     . ,-,-7,7-���. ���,.-,,.,���,.���^ ,-~F-TsrrYT������ "j,i '     ���  ' ��� . i-* A     '',.-"��      ���   -,,\u-'<-- .-.-'.'t-i     .   M.1.V    ..    1   . ���.t    t.   '       -       .��� ; -     .       ���''   ,'i'or,,-,,      j, .'.,.���. .1    -    ..   :      '.'.'   ,���    ��� ��� *,    '   n -<.���"������*   ,,   "'  L\    A  a* tm* -  * ,    �� THE PHOENIX PIONEER  > ' y- ������  *Ji  St V  A1-  SB"  <*'  -��   - \  ?����-���  !Kj r.' l  lis-' r.  .*��<*.  START YOUR FOOD RIOflT  The digestive process is a process of the solution of food. The  greater surface you present on the substance to be dissolved, the more  rapid and perfect is the solution attained. Therefore the more you  grind your food the more you aid digestion;.so  Get.our Grindersio Good Condition  And Keep Them So by Using  Pearladent Wash     Pearladent Powder  25c   Euthymol Paste   25c.  __        YOUR DENTIST WILL ENDORSE THESE.  Thomas Drug' Co., Ltd.  leadlnr Hotel of Boundary'* Leading  Mlnlni Camp.  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., aud First 8t.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. A,  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms,  SKATING CARNIVAL NEXT THURSDAY.  Last Muqacrxde ��f Winter Seaaoa���tint e!  Prizea.  Next Thursday the last masquerade  carnival of the season will take place  at the Phoenix skating rink the following being the list of prizes:  Best Lady's Costume,  Work basket, value   -   -   $4.00  Best Gent's Costume,  Skate smoking set, value   - 4.00  Best Girl's Costume,  Work basket, value    -    -    2.00  Best Boy's Costume,  Brush set, value   -    -    -    3.00  Best representation of any character, Jewel case, value   -   4.00  Best Comic Costume,  Gold plated mirror   -    ���   " 3.00  Best Lady Shater,  Cruite stand       -"        -       4-����  Best Gent Skater,  Shaving Set        -"     -       4'����  Gent's Race, 3 miles, *  Shaving set        -        -        7.00  Ladies' Race, # mile, -  Jewel case        ���        -        3.00  Boys' Race, under 16 years,  Fountain pen       -       ���       a.oo  Boy's Race, under 12 years,  - Kodak       -       -        -       2.00  Girls' Race, under 14 years,  Work box      ���      -      ���     2.00  Consolation race prize on exhibition.  All prizes on exhibition at McRae  Bros.'  store.    "No  skating  without  I masks before 9.30.     Doors open 7  o'clock.  Elxbt Hour Smeller Bill.  Representative Hawthornthwaite, of  Nanaimo, this week introduced a bill  in the legislative assembly at Victoria,  establishing eight'hours as the legal  day for employees; of smelters in this  province, with penalties for its infringement. The bill has not yet received  its second reading; and lias met with  considerable opposition already. At  present the smeltermen are employed  ten and twelve hqurs per day, with a  relief at times.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OF  LOCAL AND, GENERAL  INTEREST TO PHOENICIANS.'  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Purity first, Boyle the druggist.  No meeting of the city council was  held this week.   ,  -" The old reliable, Boyle the druggist  J Take your prescriptions to Boyle the  druggist.  I have a   good Piano for sale or  rent.    E. H. Mortimer.  ���TTor International Coal stock see J.  L Martin. <   '  The quality is right if bought from  Boyle the Druggist  - Hugh S/Cayley, formerly located at  7  Grand Forks, has opened a' law office  at Revelstoke. ---*,-*-"  -'   The'Grand Forks police commis-  ��� sioners have closed professional gambling in that s city. ' ���>  Grippe and a few other complaints  1 t>f a like nature have had a hold on  ^ many hereabouts" lately.  .    Grand Forks had a representative at  , -the meeting of school trustees, held at  Vancouver on the 16th.  ��It is reported that the Kettle Valley  ���, railway is pushing the surveys on to a  ". connection with Spokane.     '       , _s  According to official advertisement,  the election expenses of Duncan Ross,  M.P. for Vale-Cariboo, weie$i072.is.  1 Masquerade suit's to' rent at rink.  Ticket   to carnival given  with every  suit ^'rented for use.���Prendergast &  Munro. -    ,  Rev. E W. C. MacColl  went over  to Nelson this week to attend the an-  Boyle is 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, March 13 to 16. ���' -  Ice has been coming into Phoenixof  late over both of the lines of faifway.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.^will be at his  office, Bank block, from March- 10th  to 14th.  Agent Steven, who will represent the  G.eat  Northern  in Phoenix, arrived  here yesterday.  Deeds, Mortgages and Bills, of- sale  made out and recorded. Ed. H.  Mortimer, Notary Public.    ' '  For- large returns and good divi  dends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C,  A winter, carnival was held at Ross-  land this week'^but comparatively few  went over from the Boundary, owing  to the lack of advertising.     ;  George C. Cunningham, 'formerly  police officer at Greenwood, has been  appointed timber inspector for the  Boundary, vice Hugh Murray,  Martin Burrell,1 of Grand Forks, was  recently re-elected a director of the  Royal Agricultural and Industrial  society of New Westminster.  A telegram was sent to G. W. Rumberger, at Tyrone, Penn., on Wednesday, appraising him 'of the total destruction of the Phoenix hotel by fire  Broke the Record.  This week the Montreal & Boston's  mines in this camp broke their ship-'  ping records, sending out some~4,3oo  tons of ore. One day over 900 tons  was sent out. The company's smelter  also beat all previous records for treatment���over 4,000 tons.  StattoUM tkc New Railway.  The names of the stations on the  Great Northern extension to Phoenix  have been given out. One of the stations is to be named after John Jordan  a member of the firm of Bums & Jordan, who was contractor on the new  line.  The correct list of stations, with  their locations, is as follows:  New Grand Forks yard, west of the  present depot, "Weston;" yard at smelter, "Granby;"Spencerj"Hale;" "Deborah;" "Glenside;" "Jordan;", "Phoenix." The Junction between the main  line and the spur to the smelter at  Grand Forks will be called "Smelter  Junction." The junction at Phoenix,  with tracks to the ore bins will be  called "Knob Hiil Junction/The only  station building so far erected is at  Phoenix.  The Editor's Knife mi file Caitle.  Here we have a Knife. It looks  like a Saw but it is a Knife. It belongs to an Editor, and is used for  Sharpening Pencils, Killing Roaches,  opening Champagne Bottles, and  Cutting the hearts out of Bad Men  who come into the Office to Whale the  Reporters. There is blood on the  Blade ofthe Knife, but the Editor will  Calmly Lick it off, and then the Blade  will be as Clean and Bright as ever.  Here is a Castle. 'It is the Home  of an Editor. It has Stained Glass  windows and Mahogany stairways. In  front of the Castle is a Park. It is  not Sweet. The lady in the Park is  the Editor's wife. She wears a Costly  robe of Velvet, trimmed with Gold  Lace, and there are Pearls and Rubies  in her Hair. The Editor sits on the  front Stoop smoking an Havana Cigar.  His little Children are playing with  diamond Marbles on the Tessellated  Floor. The editor can afford to Live  in Style. He gets Seventy five Dollars  a month Wages.���Eugene Field.  IINERAUCT.  Certificate of lapreieaeeete.  HOTICE.  Pilot mineral claim, situate In the Greenwood  mlolugdivialoii of Yale district.  Where located���in Prarldence camp.  , Take notice that I, ItaacK Hatletl, as agent  forThOmaa Roderick. Free Mlnei'a Certificate  No. B8a4oi. sad James Marshall, Free Miner'*  Certificate No BS0419, intend, alxty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvement!, for the purpose of obtaining ��� Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, und-'  section &, must be commenced before the iv  anceofsuch Certificate orimprovcraeuts.  Dated thla 25th day of January, A. D.1905.  I. H. HALLETT.  metropolitan Cafe    Meals at  i All Hours  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor. "*o.  Open Day and Night. (under summit hotels  Oysters in every style. ^ *  Turkey and Chicken Dinner, Sunday, S to 8 pan  PHOENIX  Skating  Rink  Prendergast & Monro  Black's Hotel<  .Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B. C.  PROPRIETORS.  Now Open for the  Season of 1904-05.  The Erlle el Ceaitlaatlei Are  Well known and the next best thing  is to know a reliable cure. Mrs. W.  Eddies of Stony Mountain, Man. says:  "Dr.Hamilton's Pills are just the thing.  They go right to work at once. I use  only Dr. Hamiltons Pills." 25c per  box.  _  W.  - -, -r,    t  . .���        ~ j      The Grand Forks hockey boys did  nual Presbytery meeting.    Greenwood not come up Monday to'play a return  were also represent- Rame with the Shamrocks; as arranged,  tfl  '   M     -  rf  and Grand Forks  ed by Presbyterian ministers.  County court was in, session Wednesday at Greenwood, Judge Spinks  presiding. The* following persons were  , admitted to full ��� citizenship:   James  Bauer, lames" Haverty, Olaf Pearson,  ��� C. J. Lutidy.    '  - Tuesday's train to Rossiand and  ' -Nelson on~the C.P.R. was delayed  ^ several hours at Fife, on Christina  s lake, lby a derailment. Passengers  ' reached Nelson at ten o'clock^thejol-  lowirig morning.  The balance of the Covert estate.  ���<��� near Grand Forks, has been sold to J.  D. Honsberger, of St. Catharines, Ont.,  for $27,000. , The buyer bas undoubtedly secured one of the best fruit farms  * in the Kettle river valley.  A big hunch of local Eagles and  their friends spread their wings and  flew to Greenwood Tuesday evening,  where they enjoyod the Valentine's  "- Day ball given by the Greenwood  Eagles at the Masonic Hall.  An assistant to Postmaster D. J.  Matheson arrived in the town early  Tuesday morning at the Phoenix Gen  era! Hospital. As yet, however, he  has not taken up official duties. Both  mother and child are doing well.  Arthur Wheeler, representing the  Victoria Times, was a recent visitor in  the Boundary, "gathering material for  an illustrated number of that paper,  which will be issued about July 1st  and will have an edition of 50,000  copies, covering the entire province.  The directors of the Phoenix General Hospital held a meeting this week  and decided upon the following hours  and days for visiting at the institution:  Sundays, 3 to 5 p.m.; Wednesdays, 3  to 5 p.m.; Mondays, 7 to 8 p.m.;  ^Thursdays, 7 to 8 p.m. No patient to  receive visitors except by order of the  Attending physician.  , Notwithstanding that its lines were  destroyed by Tuesday's fire, an hour  after the fire the B: C. Telephone Co.  had the bng1 'distance line to Greenwood working again.   Manager Hodge  Vbrotight a gang of linemen right up  ifrora Greenwood, who arrived before  the fire was out.    The 'next day the  - local lines in the lower end of town  .'-vere repaired  owing to illness of several of the mem  hers..'  ,' Chas.' D. Hunter and James Hunter will sail from,San Francisco next  week for Honolulu, after a trip through  the orange groves "of "Southern Cah  fornia.  Monday evening's fourth annual  dance given by the local Knights of  Pythias, was a success from every  point "of view. Miners' Union hall  was crowded, and the supper served  about midnight by Howard Moore  was done' full justice to. The knights  are good entertainers."  Wednesday evening the Ladies' Aid  of the Methodist church gave a St.  Valentine's box social at the church,  the room being well filled. A pleas-1  ant programme, both vocal and instrumental, was rendered, and everyone  reported having had a good time. One  of the objects of the social was to raise  the annual interest on the church loan,  which was accomplished.' f-  Xm Aapreclatlea.  Victoria, B.C., 8th Feb., 1905.' i  B.- Willcox, Esq., Mgr. Phoenix  Pioneer, Phoenix, B. C.  My Dear Sir,  your Holiday-Midwinter Number and  I   wiih   to   tell you that I consider it a most excellent issue.    It is a  splendid publication and reflects great  credit on every body connected with the  publishing company.  It undoubtedly will be of immense  benefit to your district, and"to British  Columbia in general. I sincerely hope  the monetary reward will be as good as  the publication is. -Yours very truly  E. G. Prior.  Furalahed Reeaa by Diy, Week er Menth.  * , Transient Trade Solicited.   Open all night.  HOTEL HAVANA  510 Front Avenue, ^��l��L..,������  Phone Main 1800!-        " OpOKane.  seism Tickets.  Men's $5.00,  Ladies' $4.00,  Children's $3.00.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  Bar Well Stocked with Choicest Goode  Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 36.  WW  G. W. Rumberger  Real Estate  and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and  sold. Information about Phoenix and the  Boundary country given on application.  COLUMBIAN C0LLt���t  Fonnried 1892���Incorporated 1893.  _ NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  Provides a Chriatian home for students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doinjr grade ^public school work.  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teacl  era' examinations.,,, Teaches all branches  J of a Practical Business Course and gives  I have just received Diplomas. Gives a, liberal education in  its Collegiato Couise and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, nnd the degree of B.A. can be*obtained from Tor-  oato TJniverfity, which the college la in  full affiliation.'  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A., B.D , Princi  r J. "  S"2��HSH52ra[i^  5HSH!^ST-S2SHS?JrH25HSESL-iSl5H5lM  Die bos. i Smith  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  - Special attention is called to our  new line of Stationery, including  everything needful for corres-  pondence or accounting in.the  office or in the home.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  a*     Phoenix, B. O.  Just received direct from Scotland - 4    -  a large shipment of ^        '  Sanderson's  Famous Mountain Dew"  ii  pal; or Rev J. P. Bowel), Bursar.  , Ttaajci?  We wish to thank the fire fighters  for the excellent work done at the big  fire on the 14th. We believe that  their heroic and unselfish work alone  saved the lower end of Dominion Ave.  Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  [  Ch-urcli Services  Tomorrow.  1  Has Been Made Maaazer,  A. B. Hood, who for the last year  has been acting manager of the local  branch ofthe Eastern Townships Bank,  received official notice yesterday that  Gen. Manager McKinnon, of Sher-  brooke, Que., had made him manager  here. This wiil be pleasant news to the  many|friends that Mr. Hood has made  sincecoming to reside in Phoenix, and  furthermore shows the confidence that  the directors of the bank have in this  camp and its bright future.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. rn. Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, B. A., pastor.' A cordial  welcome to all.-  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. nt. at the new church; the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at a .30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. D. M'.  Perley, B. A., pastor..  Catholic���Qhurch.of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd anrt' 4th .Sunday of each  month. Holy MassjTio a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Benediction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard, O-M.L, Pastor.  $450 Buys  You will find it well worth  while to examine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  KNOB HILL AVE.,      PHOENIX  HszszsasasasESHSssHsasasasasESHSEs  asasasEsasasESc^asrisESHSEsilasiiis  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Boundary AgentB for "PABST fiKLFBBATED BEER.1  Wholesale Dealer In Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Telephone ordera receive prompt attention.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH, prop.  Watches,  RESIDENCE PROPERTY  in Phoenix which pays  3 per cent per month  in rentals.  Address:  GEO. L. BRAZES,  Phoenix, B. C  ���fll <ft O left <$} tfl1 flfo <sfy, <1fr <fl' <Jt> *fr <ft <flD <fr 'flj 4$*  U 9 e ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.   The most perreety appoint  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with a  pletesystem of Baths���including Turkish au I  ltossian.   Open the .year round.  The curative  properties of its waters are unequated. ,  Por Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous aud Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, I.lver aud Stomach  ailments.  Por Eliminating all MetalllcPoisans Trots tbe  System       '  The grandeur of the scenery is unrivaled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakea.waterfalls  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursion,  ennis.   It* winter climate la nruurpaaaed Irr  Jewelry,  Repairing,  . We can "Watch" you at almost anv  price, from the good, everyday timepiece  to the expensive adjusted chronometer.  .'Oar Jewelry and Cat Glass Btock  will be found jnat-what you desire to  make a selection from.  In repairing we-are prepared to take  care of anything in th?s line.  Geo. E. Dey,  The Jeweler.  Knob Hill Ave.  iff      4 4   *  " I    The BEST, Cheapest  1   .lArniH Cy I    and most Miiifactory  ^^*Vi,,*"**& *    Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc.,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear "Exclusively.  HAKDY-McKENZlK RI.K.  DOMINION AVK.,-l'HOEMX.  ft****  You Can Get  MaatMMMBaaHKaaiiiHaiHHapjHBaNiHijiiHwawaaHMM  THE- FINEST FRUITS that grow  and THE' FINEST CIGARS and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new  store of1.   Alex McRae,  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc.  Hardy Block,   - Dominion Ave.  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, EC  B. TOMKINSi Manager.  Tie hrikt Hotel oIIIk loofeMfs  Special Rates to Commercial Mer.  Good Sample Rooms.  Do not miss this opportunity  to 25 per cent, off on all j*oods during  Another  Cass   of  Rheumatism - Curad~  Chamberlcla'a Palo Dalai.  WATCHMAKER  AND  JEWELER.  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST., - - - PHOENIX, B. C.  The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain  Balm in the relief of rheumatism is  being demonstrated daily. Parlcer  Triplett, of Gn'gsby, Va, says that  Chamberlain's Pain Balm gave him  permanent relief f.om rheumatism in  the back when everything else failed,  and he would not be without it. For  sale by all druggists. {  Gtanby Exchange  Knows by experience what it means to get burnt out and we  are willing to sympathise in a substantial way. Hence we offer all  the people that w��re  SZI SUKs For feat.  Fashion stable, Knob Hill Ave,, for  lent after 1st of March.   Inquire of  J. E. Mills, Brooklyn Ave '  or suffered loss in tie recent fire a discount until the 1st of March  of from. 25 to 50 per cent oft on all goods.  We have added $1,500.00 to our new slock in the last 30 days in  Complete Hotssefumishlngs*  On all our large varied assortment of handsome Flannelettes, French Flannel  designs. s  On all Children's and  Women's Wool  Underwear,  Women's  Combination  Suits, ptrfect fitting garments.  On all Ladies' 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 Overshirts and Dress Shirts.  On all Men's Shoes-heavy mining shoes, dress shoes and slippers.  ,.���:**  jBWWaW��aMMI��'^^  ,*>��>i��.A  ,<5,V  fim^rcfe1li,*>e^&!Tj?'>-/H^'^r^^^  JWl'i

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