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 St..  PIONEER   ANNTJAL  ^OR-  Holiday    Number   for   1906.  6,000   COPIES  Fully Illustrated  Price 25 cents.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  OR  DEW COP"  Pioneer Ain  BBTTBH THAN :  150 Illastmtfc����. Price 25 cento.  Kichth Year.  PHOENIX*   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. -JANUARY 19   1907.  No,   9  ���^Me��5>?^^^  is now on;   Save money by-  taking advantage of some of g  the many bargains  now offered.    The folio-wing   lines  MtTST   BE   SOLD   OUT  before the end of this month.  MATHESON IS  NEW MAYOR  Beat G.  W. Rumberger By  13 Votes.  Entire Change of City Admin  istration.  Ladies' Dept  I .adits' Skirls, '      Regular   $7.00  " ���' '��� 6.50  " " "    '     4.00  '.15 and .17^  '.20 and .25  '���75  3-75  ���3��  ���25  1.50  .    -65  ��� 1.25 to 3.00  1.5010 2.50  Fancy Wrapper-cites  White   Bed Spreads  11        <���        11  Turkish Towels  Hud-  Ladies' Felt Slippers  Childrens"      .��.'  Corsets  Ladies' Waists  Ladies' Jackets must be sold at less  than  Sale $4.50  '��� 4-25  " 3-25  "      2.75   ,  ��� I2>2  �����5  " 1.45  " 2 95  " .22^  ���I7K'  "       1.00  "        .50  "        .70  1.00  cost.  mtmam  ���MOiMAMMAMMlAMi  Men's Dept.  Men's Shirts,   Regular $1.50 to 1.7��;, Sale $  Cloth Caps  Fancy Vests "  Shoes  Duck Coats ".  WooIUndwr"  FeltSlippers "  Overcoats     "  1.25 to 1.50  5.00 to 6.50  2.00 to 4.50  2.50 to 4.00  1.25 to 1.56  $25.00  16.00  1.00  r 00  4-25  i-35  2.00  1.00  1.00  19.00  12.50  SEE   OUR  ONE   DOLLAR  WINDOW.  Thursday's municipal election, in  Phoenix resulted in a sweep for Donald J. Matheson and his supporters  the entire ticketbeing elected, and the  only one of the old council who t* a*  returned being A. D. McKenzie, who  received the votes from both sides.  All day long there was a good deal of  work going on for the supporters of  Mr. Rumberger and Mr. Matheson,  respectively, and the result was in  doubt till the votes weie counted by \V.  R. Wjlliams, the returning officer, after  seven o'clock,, although both side's  claimed a victory. '..;  The chief issue was the conduct of  the police department, growing out ul  the trouble of a couple of years or  mere ago caused by Chief of I'oiice  Flood. Mr. Rumberger won out iu  that time, and Mr. Flood was, alter a  vacation, retained as chief: till ihe  present. The majority of the citizens  wished a change, and so expressed  themselves at the polls. During the  progress of the polling quite a good  deal of money was wagered on the result. The results in detail were as  follows:  FOR   MAYOR.  G. W. Rumberger.... . . . .. ......  52  D. J. Matheson    .......     ... 65  ALDERMEN (THREE) EAST WARD.  L. Y. Birnie....   . .. . ........ 32  Robert C. Carson ................. 36  Arthur Jacob. 33  Ed. Brown.    '.'.'."   14  M. H. Kane.................. 23  David Oxley  16  'aldermen (three) west ward.  A. D. McKenzie. .'.'���. 52  G. W. McAuhffe...  36  William J.  Porter.... .......... 36  James Marshall...... .... . .;... ��� 3T  Julius' Carson..............   .      23  '.'.".'���"Almost ;every   vote  expected  was  polled.    The new  council   will meet  next  Monday  statute.  evening,   according  to  FOR A GREATER  PROVIDENCE MINE  B. C. COPPER  FOR DIVIDENDS  F.rst Is to Be  Declared This  Month.  Bern* 16 Per Cent on Market  Value of Shares.  GRANBY RISE  22 PER CENT  Tonnage   Output  in J 906 is  Much Over J 905.  HON.McBRIDE  IN PHOENIX  Held Meeting at Miners' Union  Hall.      '        -  Large Attendance at Afternoon  Gathering.  Liberals. It was that great Conservative, Sir John A. McDonald, who gave  the right to labor to strike in 1906,  and not the Liberals, and his hearers  would find that this had been the rec  ordof the Conservative party. He referred particularly to the attitude of the  Liberal party in the great C. P. R.  trackmen's strike severai years ago,  when the Liberals allowed the railway  to!bring in men from everywhere al  most, to break the strike. The experience had been that the labor element  could not trust the Liberals.  He had been censured because he  had introduced economy when he took  hold of the government. He had re-  iduced the government force; and had  recei ved'better arid' more.-'service from  the reduced force. The province was  running behind at the rate of $750,000  per annum, not a chartered bank in  Canada would loan the government  money, and he had also tried in New  York and London.   Finally he secured  President Madden Visits Phoenix This Week.  M. F. Madden, president of the  Providence Mining Co., Ltd., was here  this week, on his way home to Chicago,  having come to the Boundary to attend a meeting of the company, at  which the increase of capital stock of  the company was authorized to $2,000,  000.  Mr. Madden is eminently satisfied  with the appearance s of tbe mine, and  is confident that the property will justfy  the increase of capital in the course of  time. It is the intention to acquire  more properties and enlarge the sphere  of the company in many ways. The  Providence dump has in the neighborhood of 300,000 tons of ore that will  run from $5 to $10 per ton, and the  erection of a concentrator is not unlikely���which would doubtless be a  profitable undertaking.  Today the Providence is in such  good shape that it has reserves blocked  out for three years in advance���that  is to say, ore could be shipped steadily  for that time with little or no more development. Few mill's of the age of  the Providence, especially in British  Columbia, can make such a showing.  It is far and a��ay liic inus-t valuable  and profitithli; mini', out of the low-  grade dabs, 111 ihe Boundaiy, and last  year paid a ten per cent dividend.  Mr. Madden is investigating carefully the proposition lor erecting a  lead-silver smelter, believing that there  is a demand for such works in the  Boundary, to handle high grade ore,  and above all, to secure all there is in  the ore. He will doubtless continue  his.investigations along this line and  be in shape to act when the time' arrives.  The shares in the Providence are  largely held in Chicago, most of the  former Boundary holders having disposed of their interests. There is no  stock on the market.  Hon. Richard McSridcf-prymier of:  the province, was a visitor in Phoenix  yesterday afternoon, accompanied by  his secretary, Mr. McRae, and Ernest  Miller, of Grand Forks, ^Conservative  candidate in this riding. Thursday  night the premier   held  a meeting   in  Grand Forks opera.house, having one  $r,000,000  at    five    per   cent,   with  $100,000 payable  each   year.    Taxes  The Pioneer learns from New York;  iriofticially that the directors of the  Hritish Columbia Copper Co. have  definitely decided to declare, sometime  this monih a. fifty-cent quarterly dividend pavable next month out of earnings of the company. As the capita!  ol the company is $2,000,000 in $5  shares, this means a return of 40 per  crnt per annum on the par value, or  approximately 16 p����r cent on the  market price of the stock, which is  now about $13 per share.  It is asserted that large Wall street  interests are now in this property,  which is beginning to attract more and  more favorable attention in the east.  [With copper at.its present hi^h figure, as soon as the British Columbia  Copper Co. is able to overcome all  power, fuel and car shortage obstacles  and place its ihree big furnaces in  blast, ali residents of the Boundary  know that it will have no difficulty in  making very substantial returns on the  investment, and the beginning of its  era of dividend paying will be wel  corned.  Its Mines at Phoenix Shipped  . 801,404 Tons.  GRANBY MINES  HAVE RESUMED.  List of Prize Winners  night's  Skating  Carni-  At Monday  val.  Best lady's costume, Ada Melville;  best gent's costume, Henry Marr; best  girl's costume, Etta Murray; best boy's  costume, Bud Bell; best representation  of any character, Mary Biner and  Maud O'Loughlin; best comic costume, M. Sullivan; best lady skater,  Mrs. Sherbino; best genteman skater,  Stuart Hudson. Tommy Oxley won  'the men's race; Walter McKelvey the  boys race under 16; Eddie Murray  the hoys race under 12; girls race,  Aidu Pierce.  of the largest audiences ever gathered  in that building, the meeting being  most enthusiastic in every way and  satisfactory to those interested in the  Conservative cause. In order to get  in a meeting in Phoenix, the party  chartered a train on the Great Northern and arrived here about noon, the  meeting being held in Miners' Union  hall at 3 p.m. In the evening a meeting was held in Greenwood, whence  the premier went on into the Similkameen, on his way to the coast.  W. J. Bowser, who is travelling with  Mr. McBride, was so used up that he  went right on to Greenwood and. did  not stop in Phoenix, much to the regret of many friends here.  At the meeting Mayor G. W. Rumberger occupied the chair and introduced the speakers, the first of which  was Mr. Miller. Mr. Miller made a  short talk, and left the main issues of  the campaign to the premier, who was  to follow, Mr. Miller saying that he  would address Uie electors of Phoenix  later. He told them just where he  stood on the labor question and on  the eight-hour question. He had  been a laboring man himself and at  present has two bro'hers laboring in a  smelter. When he went to Victoria  the labor people could depend upon  his doing exactly right by I hem.  Premier's  Splendid Talk.  Hon. Richard McBride w.is t!:en  introduced, and while he was pretty  well used up by speechmaking for the  last two weeks, he gave a talk of about  an hour that was well received by the  audience and was a pleasure to listen  to, touching upon the salient points of  the campaign as rapidly as possible.  The premier was glad to see so large  an audience at the afternoon hour, the  only hour thai he could arrange to be  in Phoenix this time, with a number of  ladies pre.sent. All the way up from  the coast he had seen such evidences  as impressed him (irmly that the government would be returned with a  handsome majority on the 2nd of February. The Liberal press had made  him out a monster of the deepest dyed  hue, but he was there to tell them the  true story of his government, of which  he was not ashamed  Referring to labor matters, the premier said that he had always had the  greatest sympathy with the laboring  man, and his record in this province,  of which he is a native son, would be'  the best evidence of it. When the  first eight-hour bill had come up in the  legislature, he had supported it, and  the records of the house would show-  that this had oeen his consistent course  ever since that time, some years ago.  He could not  say  as  much  for  the  had been raised���they had to be increased, as expenses of government  had to be met. The lumbermen were  asked to pay more taxes and none  of them had gone out oi business  The railways now pay $90 per mile  against $iS formerly. His securing a  special train from the C. P. R. in East  Kootenay to keep dates had caused  the Liberal press to say he was a tool  of the C. P. R. He had paid $263  (or that train, and now today that he  had come from Grand Forks to Phoenix on a special Great Northern train,  they would probably say he was also a  tool of the G. N.  In every by-election, since he took  hold of the government his candidates  had been returned with handsome majorities, which he believed was an evidence of what was thought of the government by the people.  Briefly as possible Mr. McBride took  up the School Act which had been criticised by the opposition, and justified  it comple'ely. It was modeled after  that of Ontario and New Brunswick,  with this difference, that in the latter  province the people directly paid $5 to  schools to every dollar that the prov-  ince paid, and in Briiish Columbia the  province paid the $5  the dollar. A large  island was shown and the deal with  ihe Giand Trunk Pacific explained, the  Toronto Globe, the stalwart of Liberalism, quoted in approval of his deal in  that connection. He said that he dealt  directly with the G. T. P. in the matter. Mining and agriculture were also  taken up and the course of the premier  explained to the satisfaction of the  'audience, as well as the much mooted  Columbia & Western land grant���in  which he merely carried out a bargain  made by a previous legislature, of  which F. J. Deane, of the Nelson  Daily News, one of his severest critics,  was a member.  Following his address, the premier  met a number of his old friends here  of all political beliefs, including a committee of the Phoenix Conservative  Association. About five o'clock the  party left for Greenwood.  After   Partially   Closing    for  Five .Days.  Thursday morning the Grauby mines  resumed work again, after being parti-  ally closed for five days, due to. the  coal shortage- by;th^taiiawt&jrTt&  smelter: was closedidowri-for^the: ssraie  length of time; but was blown in again  on Thursday also, at. abosrt halfrthe.J.  normal - capacity, i. ..JJBnnff* 'the^wieet  about a thousand tons or-Toke-were  delivered 'by the C.P.R. and some by  the Great Northern, but'when more  will arrive is not known.  A. B. VV. Hodges, the local manager,  arrived here yesterday afternoon, and  stated that he hoped to be able to keep  at least four furnaces in blast, but the  coke outlook was none too bright as yet,  though the railways are doing all that  they can. During the closing at the  mines, but 40 or 50 men were kept  busy including, pumpmen engineers,  machinists, etc.  The car and coke shortage is also  affecting the other smelters, but one  furnace being operated at the B.C.  Copper Co. smelter, and also one at  the Dominion smelter.  Official figures of the output of the  Granby mines for the year 1906 are  now available, and show tthat Boundary's largest producer sent put from its  Phoenix mines Soi',^04 tons of on*  during the last calendar year. This is  an increase of about 22 per cent over  the year 1905, when the output was  653,889 tons, and over, J|x> ^per cent  over 1904 when the tonhagfe^was 549,-  703. Following are the ifigures for  1906 by months:  ' "   Dry Toil*    ...   74,995        ....   73,8i4  ... .......   73,'93   .....    68,503  . .. ..    66,817          98,426  .. '.'..'. .. .60,564  ;���    ;'   68,902  September.......' .68,79?  October .-.....  62,335  November.   47,461  December ..............'.".  57,601  January .  February  March.. .  April....,  May   June . . . .  July. .. .-.  August.  Total,   1906.......   .... 801.404  During 1906 the Granby smelter  treated 825,879 tons ore, which increase was proportionate over previous  years with the shipping record of the  company. The" difference in smelting  and, shipping figures is largely due to  the fact that some custom ores are  received. Following -'are��� the figures  for 1906, by months:  Dry Tons  January.  ��� - ���  ���   79,709  February .���''...'������ .  ���   78,S<5o  March . . -.'. i.<. .. -  _.; 77,7 l8  }&pnlttf.'yy.\i. ���. v*���....,-..���....  ,.., 68,064-  ';5lay=-*.-iV.,..-...'.'..'.' . -.  . 70,100  June.  .V.....  .. 78,696  July:: . . .      1;. .���:..; . ..'./'  .64,138  ~'"'i''G9i.70?  September .;3 y3Z��3Sj2��k ~-X  S!y?*&35  October..........   ..'...-  ... 63,375  November .',��� .  ..47,201  December. .'..  . 58,780  Total, 1906........... . ."..  .828,879  Aoauai Hospital Meeting.  Notice is hereby given that the general annual meeting of the Phoenix  General Hospital will be held in the  office of the president, J. L. Martin, in  the Bank block, Thursday, February  7, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the  transaction of general business and the  election of a board of trustees for the  ensuing year.  V. M. Sherbino,  Sec.-Treas.  ���^.��.��.t��!��!a-)��j��j������,��j��j��^^^  and   the  people  map   of  Kaien  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  NAMB OP COMPANY.  Cariboo-McKinney���gold ..  Granby Consolidated���copper.  ! I   Providence���silver   AUTBOR-  irBD  CAPITAL.  SHAKES.  DIVIDENDS.  Issu ed  Par  Paid  1906  Total  to Date  Latest  Date  $  1,350,000  15,000,000  200,000  1,750,000  135,000  31,000  ti  $100  l>5  %   546.837  ��.753.630  38.-I-M  Feb. 1904  Dec.  1906  Sept. 1906  $r,62o*oo  16,000  Amt  Per  Sh.  .04  3-00  50  '��aim0>��a>e>e.mm<mm0.e��00 m��&mjm��0>jm&mjm. m*.m&a*^JMmjm&J*+J*9ym0*'.*mjm]mS'0^  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Jan. 19. '07  l*lie following table' gives the ore shipmeu  . for 1903, for 1004, for 1905. for 1906, and 1907.  At the nominations for civic officers  last  Monday, V. M.   Sherbino ant!  G. McKeown were chosen unaniim  ly for school trustees, to succeed Is  Crawford   and  R. H. Karatofsky.  B. Mood is the hold-over trustee.  J  ���us-  ac  Latest Prices In Metals.  Nkw Yokk -Copper, electrolytic, $2-1  25f��$24.50; Inko.  *24.50 *? $25.00.  Bar Silver, 67^  Lead, $6.00 to $0.25.  Die following tab  100a. for 1903, for 1904,  Minb.     Camp.  G run by Mlnes���Phoenix  Snowshoe Phoenix  D  C. Copper Co  Mother Lode Deadwd  B.C. Mine Summit  Hmma .. .Summit  Oro Oeuoro ...Summit  Bonnie Belle Deadwood  Domiuiou Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem..Phnlx  Idaho Phoenix  Rawhide. Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountn Rose Summit  AtheUtau.Weillngtou  Morrison ...Deadwood  K. Bell.. Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Pogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance.. Summit  Sulphur King���Summit  Winnipeg.... Wellington  GoldeuCrown Wellugtn  King Solomon W.Coppr  3lg Copper.-... W.Coppr  No. 7 Mine.. Central  City or Pails White's  Jewel Long Lake  Carmi West Fork  Sally West Fork  rambler ....WestFotk  Butcher Boy-West Fork  .Duncan West Fork  Providence���Providence  Elkhorn Providence  Strathmoie .Providence  Preston ..Skylark  Prince Henry .-Skylark  Skylark 8kylark  Last Chance Skylark  K. P. U. Mine...Skylaik  Bay Skylark  Mavis _ bkylark  Don Pedro Skylark  Crescent Skylark  Helen Greenwood  Ruby.... Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Flls  Miscellaneous   1900  64.553  ��97  5.34��  19.494  1901 1903  131,761 309,858  1,731 10,80c  99.034 '��'.3*6  47.4��3 U.811  ojo 8,530  ts of Boundary mines lor 1000. for 190], u r  . as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Past"1  1903 1904 1005        1906        1907      Wn'k  393.718    549.703    653.889 80:404    I5.1SJ        3,107  71,111      _ ���       8,4.16     1,900 950  138,079 174.198  19.365  ~.  ".937 37.9*>  15.537      16.400  174.567 104,110    I.MS  9,485 i��33l  3,007 6,404  7.��9t  461  3.950  66  1,300  1.076  3,150  160  803  "550  7.455 15.731  ;"���".: "5.646  ISO 3.339  560        3'J5��  3.070  3.150  55.73' '40.    3.  15.108 ��6  3.056 48  4,747 .1  685  .960  ,031  39��  555  4.H4  ��.'j36  160  5-6  laS  60  1,040  875  665  1,000  3V>  363  *45��  313  S64  33  1,833  78s  615  3.435  ���-"������     ���  150  ���   483  ***"*"  3,060  890   79  30  319  993  400  736  335  77"  167  5��  50  300  3.'^��  So  3456  33J  500  ���60  75o  S.15  689  155  73  10  40  500  586   30  S6  76  .?  1.140  40  140  15  S89  ��o  Total,tons  96.600   390,800 508.876 690,419 839,808933,5481,158.991 33.317 io.<M7  8,G���nVvrCotment- 61.387   ��3��.8��* "* 340 401.911 S^.W   6*7.988813,879 16,794 .,896  BC CoDDeV Co  _.       IW.611 148,600 161,913 310484  110,830    ni.ojt 7 no 2,975  Doinfnio^oppcrCo: ^     JL-. -��;- W>�� 3Q.93Q   84.059  -nB^u ?.*�� 1,^4  Total reduced... 63,389 1348.439 460,940 697.4Q4 837.666 983.877 I.i68.m 31.897 6,755  '1  I1*  ���Ife  m  -,$*�����-' ���.=  . m:������������:������  w  ���'���?&'��� K<3  IF- -  "*. t  }.-���*  * /  I*'  v  I  'jn  YOU CAN'T BUY  tea in bulk because, if not in  air-tight packages, it might lose  some of that delicious flavor for  ���which it is so famous.  _  Thc Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal ,8  t HATO-KDAYS IV TB��  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ��.T VBOBMIX. B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX. MANAacn.  ,. , , ��� I Business office No. 14.  Telephones j M,n��Ker.g residence, No. is.  UHOimom iif advincb.  Per Tear   Sis Months..  ..Ji.oo  .. 1.35  If yon are not �� subset ber to this psper, tills  la aa invitation to you to become one.  AdTertlaiag rates lurnisheo. on application.  Lefsl notices 10 and 5-ceuU per line  Four weakly insertions constitute one month's  a Wert>.��lnc, ,  " ,1       '             .    . .  **   7  ��w '     ���JAN.  *_  r  So. Mai. Tuis. Wtd.   ,Thu  Jr..  s.t.  123  4  ,sJ  >. ,6  ,, 7 *   8 ,   9  10  11  12).  -131   14    is    16 17  18  19    '  30 f.4I    22    23  24  ��5  26  27 ., 28    29.  30-31  *>-*���*-���                                                     i,    * *4.  ���"���              ft  ��� ih&pendence -the  Great Issue. .  ThbsVwho have watched the trend  of affairs politically, and are not hide  bound, mustisdiittiit ' that. .the"/ over-  whelming'jissup;in .this election is that  of , independence for., this province;  whether we shall submit!.tamely to  being dictated to, front Qjtatyafh tljis,  that .and *the other' ,thingV���^railway  grants, among rorhers^-ftr. whether we  shall conduct the'a/Tairs-6f the greatest  and richest province of the ''entire  Dominion as-our* people shall see  fit  to ^^fe-Jfe'Jhemselvesj' - , ^n _t  The-minions^are herevfrom the Dch  minion capital   to  endeavor, So drive  the*yoters into line���the* liberal line  of -{he Ottawa politicians; but we ver^i  much mistake if they have  not  reck-  oned without-their-Jiost. this time.' We  are�� constantly , being    told,   through  thejl Liberal' press of 'the* province, of*  the^, misfortune-factory "wnich"Premler  McBride has been allegedly conduct-  ing for'the last three*'6? '-four' yearsr'at  Victoria, and also-whatVdoll&rstudded-  future there is in/store if* the province,  as a whole, will  only'--.comeVinto the  Liberal fold.    But there is a'gfowipg  surety, that the people of British Columbia will show their;,c(infjderice'iir|  the  McBride government���and   also  their  lack   of confidence in.-.that��-at  Ottawa,   incidentally-^by   giving '<she  present government another lease of  power.'  The %VancWert#roj(u%e ptit$  this Jnattee'.ofc^-wefjejideriia^' ptftty  a-ylyiMfofiows^r!!?.; &;    V.''  !"Xhe greaf oivershadbwing ,c/ueSrjon  in, the coming electioti-Mrie-one which  should dominate all.others-719 whether  we'are to have a^gpv^irtmeht   in this  province in.sympathyo*��*ith the gov��fin-  mentjar-Otcawa,- oftjiie which ���will concern Itself .entireiy'with ifie inler'esti of  British Columbia.-- It can quit-e- readily  be seen that if we prat an administration  in, power which Ijyijl be satisfied to'Be  dictated to and ��cV.lroi)ed by*'the "federal, autiidfTtTes <y.*e wilfsimply"Be handing purseh'es   oVer, bquni-hand and  foofr to,a p1i*er SiiiiHiol^ts fq&tcn yf^rs  -*hoivn itself det'ta-inmea  to make-trie  country.serve.tlifi interests of &' par,ty.  With a |b_Verii5**l*ent "ii: Victoria  province, and take a chance with the  electorate, they will find it needful to  lose no time, for this is the last day of  grace. As there are now candidates  running on eight or ten different platforms���if some of them have any  platform���a few more would do no  harm, but possibly add a little gaity  to the battle of the ballots on election  day.  A perusal of the list of candidates  shows that there are straight Conservatives and straignt Liberals in almost  every riding. Then, there are straight  Socialists in a dozen or fifteen ridings,  or more. Then, there are the members of the Canadian Labor party, who  will have none of the Socialists. Besides these, there are the straight Independents, the Independent Laborites,  the Labor Liberals and Liberal-Labor-  ltes.   .There are also   Socialist-Labor-  1  ltes", among the others, to. afford still  further variety and tp confuse the aver  a{e voter in the ndgings where  ���they happen to be on the  ticket. We have not. yet heard ,of any  Prohibition -tycket, and .it- looks as  Ho'tigh'they nad missed an opportunity  to- be among those who will be classed  asi .'.'also ran.". J' "*     \ ��� 1 "���"������.'}  After election, there, will; be some  JJ5200 deposits that will be forfeited, or  we'are much mistaken, for it is scarce  lyl conceivable that the candidates of  every tad and fancy who can get names  on the ballots, will ,he able to get votes  enough��to save the deposits.  The Liberals are constantly harping  on the Kaien island deal of the Mo  Bride government. Here is a pointer:  The Toronto Globe, that stalwart of  Liberalism that is like a Bible to thousands of Grits all over Canada, endorsed the deal as one of the best that  could have been made, and commended the McBride government for making it.   Who carries the Grand Trunk Pacific sack for the Grits this year has  not been divulged. But the average  voter, who is no fool, is aware that the  manager of the G. T. P. is not getting ready to build across British Columbia for his health. His one unsuccessful attempt to holdup the province is ample evidence of what to  expect in the .unlikely contingency of  the Liberals winning the election.  If the Liberals are straightforward,  why do they not pledge themselves, in  case of election, not to grant a bonus  to the Grand Trunk Pacific or any  other railway ? It will be noticed that  no such pledges are being made by  Grit orators: and if they were made,  is there any reason to think they would  be kept any better than the pledges  made by them in the last Dominion  election ? None whatever, and the  aveiage voter knows it full well.  In case any one in Phoenix has not  heard of it, we might mention that  there was a municipal election this  week in this city, and that night it  snowed. It is the popular belief that  D. J. Matheson will make a good  mayor, and with a strong council to  back him, Phoenix should continue to  advance. The result of the .election  was not a surprise to those who had  come to the conclusion that it was  time for a change in the conduct of  municipal affahs,  TT-TE   PHOENIX    PTONEF.l?  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  Issues  Drafts  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $100 and upwards recei\ed. Interest  credited twice a year.  BRANCHES  IN  CANADA  :55  CAPITAL  $3.000,00U (IJ  RESERVE  $1,600,000.01  ESTABLISHED  :o:o:o;o:o:o:o��:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:oB  P. 0. Box 56.  Phoenix Market.  ���Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All    Orders  Receive  Prompt  Attention.  Mtuketa at Greenwood. Grand Forks, Midwuv,   Eholt ami  till   lli��  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Albertu tui.l 1 ukt^i.  illutr  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters fo1' Bniiiuliu-v:  URKKNWOOn  &xa9��S������^^ &tX^&S��lS^^:^^^  ii.r  '��im im (m *'���*  For any disease of the skin we can  recommend Chamberlain's Salve. It  relieves the itching and burning sensation instantly and soon effects a cure.  This salve is also invaluable for sore  nipples.    Sold by all druggists.  This"was!the coldest week ever experienced by many old-timers in Phoenix���in more ways than one.''  ���  Reports- from Greenwpod are-to the  effect that E.-'G. Warren, the'Conservative*- candidate, "is " winning'' friends  and 'votes every day, and the chances  of ..wresting-.{tjhaf -constit-uency , away  from the Grits-are "-growing brighter as  ,the, campaign weirs on.  Thus far the Liberal campaigners  have* hot found a single truthful criticism'against the present" government,  hardasTthey have triedlind as much mud  as. they have stirred up. In fact they  are hard put to it for campaign argument.   ��� ���   ���,     .._.���_ .   .  *. Recording - to the Moyie Leader,  either Ralph Smith, Bill Galliher or  ���Duncan'Rdss will be the next governor  of the Yfikon. So thafcis the gdme, is  it h IMi-JtRoss has denied that he is  going ~to~Prince Rupert, and a. few  other things.' Here is another chance  for a denial.' "    "    ,  Mr. Curtis Was Opposed to Mclnnes.  iMr. Smith Curtis expressed his  opinion of Mr. Mclnnes in 1903 as  follows : "Mclnnes is absolutely impossible if Liberalisnvis ever to emerge  from the told shades of opposition."  And he added that he "ought not  to be allowed even in the cau  cus of the party." This appeared  in;an interview in the Rossland Miner.  What adds to its present interest is the  fact that Mr. Curtis is the Liberal candidate in the Similkameen.  PALACE LIVERY STABLE  MURD0CK MclNTYKE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Livery   liquipmeiH,  Have taken   over   the   Lumber   Yard  and will carry  a   full   stock.  V-*    1  DRY   WOOD   IN    ANY    QUANTITY  Prompt Attention to   orders  nt any hour of day or night.  Knob Hill Ave.        <r��oNB��o       Phoenix, B.C.  A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the  superintendent of the,Cart Service at  .Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies Islands, says that she has for some years  used Chamberlain's Cou^h Remedy for  coughs, croup and whooping cough,  and has found it very beneficial. She  has implicit confidence in it and would  not be without a bottle of it in her  home.    Sold by all druggists.  '.''EverI^thVBiouTidary--has*-aI- tbuqlii-of  the car and' coal ' famine**.* generally  prevalent in the west,.and it is all taid  at^ the-dborwof/the .railways here  as  acceptable to that at a��ttaw*,-, there''is  danger that we ojTghtjf'have^td; resort  toirafts, and push off��jpto the -���Pacific  ocean as the only possession.left.to.us.'"  ,.    ��� ��� ��� ���      pj"  I,      t  It ���      ��� *���     i? -, '���. *   ...    ',.  j 'If 'there *" are aiiy. ,bji-.jr.6arties or  styles of candidates(w^03risrj,-TO stand  f6rf-election *#n ^ebnrafy-zd in  this-  else-yhere.   * Wet should <0e thankful  <*.* ;���  .'   .N      *.   '.        .        .���ill",  that we have at least some measure of  - * * * ., ��� -.j  relief,*ami-also.well-timberedihillsf..  ���"- *     -.       .�� -���"   '.  . -.;        1.  " Js>unGaiK;.R-0S6 was ' successful -in  aW^^enfftg. the Grits ^faprand -Forks  riding, who nominaJ<at^^tirina-t-.':W.  Gregory - last  Saturdajp*ij38*i Gjegory  is reported to be.a gQpqS-rii'ajirapd'it-is  unfortunate that- hel shi��y(*L<havA.to."be  sacrificed.to" ple"ase. ttJieJ (��rtawa- ooli-  ticians. Such ihings^seejrn, necejss.ary,  Koweverj sometimes������]$-..-p"* ^  Double !. O. 0. P. Installation.  ���Monday evening, Jan. 7th, the following officers of Snowshoe Lodge No.  46, I. O. O. F., and Phoenix Rebecca  Lodge No. 17, I. O. O. Fr, were installed in their respective chairs by D.  D, G. M. Marcus Martin, assisted by  Thomas Johnson, grand marshal; Jas.  Caffell, G. W.; Chas McCague, G. R.  S.- Walter Cook, G. Per. S.; Mrs. J.  L.' Martin, G. T.; Walter Morrison,  G,' I. G.:    '  Phoenix Rebecca Snow hoe Lodge  Lodge No 17. Office. No. 46.  Mrs. Picard N. G. John Mclver  Mrs. Tail V. G.   Wm. McMillan  W. S. Cook, Rec. Sec. C. H. Cook  J)avid Speare Per. Sec. Wm. Picard  Miss Siddel Treas. F. McDougal  Mrs. Searle Warden AlexBethune  Miss Coules Cond. DaVid Speare  Robt. Mitchell   O. G. John Tait  Mrs McMillan   I. G.     A. McPherson  DrinK  Gin  Dry   and.^. ...  P. Dawson's WHisKey  Greenwood Liquor Co.,  Green wood, B.C,  ft  ft  fv  /.-  i  <h><>o<>^o-o^-o-o-9  Golden    g  i Best Wines Liquors. and Cigars y  'Closeto (,. P. /?. Depot. Electric,  Lighted. 'Dining   Room   in  Charge of 11. RunclclL;.,������  1 Patronage of the Public Solicited(  GEORGE SCHULLI, Prop.  rO<K><M><><>-CH> O-O-6  Halcyon M^^  SANITARIUVI, Arrow L-ike, B.C.  j^Tlic iikisi p-i Ircilv H|i|.oint'-ct HrnKh  ami 1'lrnsiur Ktsoit In tin; Wrst, with n com  pletcKVBU-m of I'nllis���.inclml'iiv TnrkUh Mini  Ru����in'n. Open'Ihe venr rii'iml. The cural'f;  propertlenor Us wiilcrs nu- im<-i|UHle<l.  Kor Ciirui). nil KhiSunintic. Ntvoiu mill Miih-  tiilurTroublen. .   ' . .  V01 HchIIiik bII Kltlney. Liver ��ml blouiHCh  ��iliuriiU.  Vor KMiiilimtlnis hII MelBUul'olHaim from th  'yatein  The Kimiilriir til Ihe .��tciie'y In unrlvutlr-ii  llouiiliiiii��.��iio,v leaks, lore*!- (nlces.water'nlla,  jonthi)-. yiichtliW. IihIiIiik slmollii|t,   e*cuiHt> nr  leiltl'^        It* w.lll* 1   rl>.t����l.      -   UHMlrl��H��*����<l   lot  iiiiMne.* Hi <*HV MclNTOSH  P��ODr'r'rr  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Foiiih'lmI 1892 ���Incorpoi-aiwl 1893.  NKVV.'VVE-TVIINSTER; B.C.  ProviJtiS a Cliridliair home Tor mud  ents of both nexcs at. mmlerate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, Joint: grade public school work  Does high' school��� work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examination--.' Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diploma**.' Gives alihern.1.education in  its Collegiate Course andin the Ladiea'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University woik.. can take f-tudentB through  the complete Aris Course, mid the degree of B.A can be obtained from Tor-  onfo University,' which tho college ia in  lut affiliation.:  For fuller information -md terms write  Rev. W. J. fjipperell.B. A., B.D , Principal -.or Rev. .1. IV Binvcll. I'nr->��r.  ��5����S������!!!  If You Do Not Read The  PHOENIX PIONEER  And Boundary Mining Journal  SSXS����������  NOTICE.  To the Board of Lirerise'Comniissioriers,  Phoenix, B. O..  NOTICE is hereby-given .that the undersigned will at the next ineetingof the  Board of License Commissioners for the  City of'"Phoenix apply, for n tri-nsfer of  a retail liquor license granted in respect  of the Knob Hill Hotel, First Street,  Phoenix, B. C. from W.J. Morrit-on and  Jauie-1 Anderson to .lames McArdle and  James Anderson.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, this 5th day of  November, 1906.  W. .T.  Moi-rison,   '  jA.MHb A.NIUiKSON.  fANADIANo  y-?AGJFl���nY  I.1I.BALLEn  Barrister, Solicitor,  NOTARV Pbi.u v..  C��bi<; Address:      HAI.LHTT.  (Bedfoul M'Nell'8  Codes \ Moieinn v Nenl'8  (I.elher'��.  Oihckn>voo'��, U.C.  TIJGK   GOLTbTKS.  SHAVING PARLOUS  ano HA'l'HKOOM.  Hotel Balmornl ''Punuwi^   M   i->  Cor. Kiri>t& Knob Hill Ave.   I HOfcNIX, II. (,.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F.and A. M.. ���  Keniilarconuinililcalioii 4 p, 111.     Se.  ond Thursday of each 111011II1.   .  Hnieruent nieftliiKR n��called Mhmiiiii  Hnll.McH.ile Hlock.  U1{0. U. urv,  SecreUrv.  J J.STKITZ1U..  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSIIOH I.UUI'K Nu.  Meeln every Momliiy Kveulii);   at Mlncm' Hal  VIxitiiiK lireihrcii cordially Invited.  John Mclver,   N. U.  0\klton Cook. Kec. Sec'y.  Wm. I'lcard, Per. Flu. accy  A.   HARRY   HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAVER.  Control mid Umpire iixsnylnn a aprclnlly. vhim.'  pics received liy mall or cxpieHH a>Hnyed  uud rcuirim iiiuoe next day. < orrci>|>o.iciiCe  nolic'ted,   OrehhiiiperKacciit.'  HKEKNWOOD. B. C.  A.D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Time Inspect.rfor S. F. & N  (High Clou Goods always In Stock.)   ���  liii.tvj) I'nitk-*. II.O.  Average Prices ol Copper.  ������.-;".'���New York���;  .Electrolytic.      > Cake.  Monlh. 1005    190(3  "   1906 1906  Jannarv..;.  15 008 18.310 15.J2�� 18 416  Feliruary....   15.375 17.809 15.150 18.111!  March  ....  15.20S 18.801 15 350 18 G41  April    14.918 18 375 15.010 18 H88  May .14 027 18 457 14.820 18 724  June       14.675 18.442 14.813 18 719  July   14.888 18 190 15 005 18.P85  August   16.664 18 430 15.468 18.010  September..  15 rfB5 19 140 15.97; 19.:>90  October   10.279  10.M2   November ..  16.599   10 758   December...  18.328    18 398 T   Year....... 15.590     15.699  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTIC  Bank ofKnglaud, Bank of linglnnd Kr ictijnnl,  Black Bear  Kiactional  Mineral  Cla'nK, situate  in the Grand Forks Mining Division ol  British'  Columbia.  Where located���Greenwood Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Whiteside, as  agent for the C'ranby t'onsoldated Min ng.  Smelting- &; Power Compai.v, Limited, irte  miners certificate No. B 9:013,intend, sixty days -  after date hereo!/ to apply to thc MinUig Record-1  er for a Certificate ol Improvements for I he purpose of obtaining a Crown Grni.t of the above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 99th day of Novembrr. A.D.  1906.  D. Wl'ITPSIDK,  Agent for   the   Granby   Con'olidatrd  Mining,  Smelting  & Power Company, Limited,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of  Improvement*.  You will not keep up-to-date on the progress  of the  Great Boundary Mining District  In British Columbia.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  SwarfuS)  ;i* A-^^r^^3^1pl^:$i  positionu^vith ..L,vtil&-��,Vi5i jiiepji'gjs^ betin  ^<-yk-ing^bhe Ljberalrp;^sg,a:t tjie/.coast  overtim'eV'-wiIrr"- ncco*B*��'t^ >.of'what ihe  --</i      f-n      my    -^y* e ai-ij .      7  ������Muld do -with..tlics5e;itgrr,Dle Tories.  But" Mr.   ^a^dc^a^v^\doi.prfit"tJ.  well' to !t5o> c\^iy%]i&0fe-jSvin%ax\\-  \>itk, if reports frotft-j|&SsJ.4nd*,can be  credited.    Her-r-bJ^ltt-^t'-i^'-rlepdsit.  ........      >t.      *     . %..   v���.���1...j*. (.������ -. ��� .  Little-VVillift," FrotBi-rrUie iTulcon,'is  .   . \      ir"7' <**   -->f ��� 1 '-  biHtd tt>appear in the:JBoundary dur-  mg the ��ext week dm.i^wo, ana. - many  are wondering iOie*will'��teH tne elec-  tors whaf kind of onaers-obe,-received  at Ottawa; .wh*y*-lw* wanted to"'join the  Sociaciisf party "-'St NanalmpJ and. if  he'.lridl!aniij:li' Curtis have buried' the  hatchet, now that they are traveling ii  thejsirrte.band wagon?.  C.McCague R.S.N.G. N.McNaughton  Mrs*F.McDougal      Norman McLeod  L.S.N.G.  Perry Pinker Angus Nicholson  . ' R.S.V.G.  Mrs. John Swanson Dan Vick  L.S.V.G.  Mjss V. Johnson Wm. Hobill  :   ,    R.WS. R.S.S.  Miss O. Johnson Neil McLeod  '   1   -LT.W.S. L.S.S.1  tour Doctor  I Can cure your Cough or Cold,  no question about that, but���  why go to all the trouble and  inconvenience of looking him up,  and then of having hisprescn'ption  1 filled, whenjou can step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  a bottle of SHILOH'S CURE  for a quarter.  Why pay two to five dollars  vs-hen a twenty-five cent  bottle of SHILOH will cure you  aa quickly ?  Why not do as hundreds of  thousands of Canadians have  done'for the past-thirty-four  years: let SHILOH be your doctor whenever a Cough or Cold  appears.  SHILOH will cure you, and all  druggists back up this statement  'with a positive guarantee.  The next time you have a  Cough or Cold cure it with  The Boundary has produced ore valued at nearly  $20,000,000 in a little over six years, and in 1906 its  output is expected to be ��� $6,000,000. It has three  modern smelters���one of them the largest in Canada���  and about 20 shipping mines, sending out some 4,000  tons of copper-gold ore daily.  The Pioneer  is  entirely different. from   any  other paper  It is  published. in  the  heart  of this marvellous  mineral belt at only $2 per annum.     To any one inter- .  ested here it is worth five  times  as   much.    Make ail  money orders payable to  PIONEER  PUBLISHING  CO.,  PHOENIX,  B. C.  Sample copy sent on application.  lO.O.OXJXJJO.OOOO.OOOOOO.OOOOOOOOl  D. J.Matheson  insurance Haent  FIDELITY    BONDS.  FIlll*,      LIFE'  AND  ACCIDENT.  PLATE   GT.AS8  COMMISSIONER   FOR   TAIUNG   AFFIDAVITS  ������,; '    ..,::\/;;. :'-���.;.:. '-    PHOENIX,  ���B.C,  J.  ,P*op,  ��� ���������������'  t; ���  f   FvefvrtlifllP NfiW carriages--'AND. OTHER' rigs  {  : MiIiMlZnlmSiiMlwnli!! H0RS'ES! AND SADDLES. SEVERAL'  I    A-���"���""���"-*-n'���^^ CORDS OF DRY   WOOD  .,.'.,        Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New: and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B.C.  IMPROVED  PACIFIC COAST  SERVTCE  Leave Nelson 7:30 n. 111. daily  A1 rive Viiiicouvei 1 1150, noon  S.;S. PKIXCESS VICTORIA  Arrive Victoiia 6 p. 111 ,  ONE NIGHT EN IvOUTK  Connecting with  S. S.  PRINCESS  BEATRICE  -":    VICrOKIA-S^lTLE  - STANDARD SLEEPING CAR  NKLSON SL'iCAN   CITY  Berths; $1.00; can lie occupied op.-m.  For rates, folders and tickets apply  to! local agent or to  Aj W. Haley, E. J. Covle,  }        Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  ii      Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C.  J;, s;Carter, D.P.A   Nelson. B.C.  NOTICH.  "Montiose Fractional" Minrrnl C!a in. siln��|r In  .- the Orrcnwood MIiim-k Division. 'Vale District.    Where located: Deadwooa cmni..  T..KK NOTiCE tuat r, Kotbed M. Kerny. Kiee  Miner's CrrllficBteyNo Bqooco. iiiln.il >ix y  days rrora date Iierrof to af.ply lo Ihe M'liinif  R cordcr for a Certificate or 'iiiprovein.nl> f,r  ihepurpoH.-of obtaininK a Crown Gran', of the  above ela*m *  And furtner take notice that act on under fec-  Uon 37, must re commenced before Ihe issuance  of such VertlficHte of Improvements.  Dated this J9U1 day or Urcrmb-r.   ..I)   1506.  5��� FORBKS  M.   KKKBY:  Board for Boys and Girls from <9  3. to .6 years old $10  a month; ��  over 6, $8.              - <��. ������    %  The CKurch Home for   Children, z,  307  Emplrt  Av��.,  Lldgfrwsvd ���'  SPOKANE, WASH. #  Pkoetkix Shoe Shop  A. T. TURANO. Prop. '  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed.     Miners'   Boots   a  specialty, guaranteed water  proof.  First Street - Opp. Knob Hill Hotel  Phoenix, B. C.:'"'-'  ��� * Hospital Donation,  Lint of DoiiatiotiB received hiiico J��ti.  1st, 1805, to the Phoenix General floe-  pital:  .Application to Transfer   Liquor License.  NOTICE i�� hereby givun.that I intend  tofapply, at the next meeting of the  Board of License Commissioners of the  Corporation of the City of Phoenix, -B.  Ci, for ihe'transfet- o' t'lie lirense to Bell  li'juora at retail on the preniieea known  as]the.Central Hotel, corner.of Second  street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix. B. O., now held by rue, to Axel Lil-  jejh berg.  ;I)at<?d at Phoenix, B. C, this 20th day  of! October, 1900.  *5t   (Signed)   AUGUST JACKSON.  '1.    ;-: .       --  " ���  ]A,pencil mark here flJfiP"  isfa reminder that vour subscription to this papur is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate Vour  pr,omptattention.      g$&r  ������^~^'"~--1��� ��� 71 -in ~ii.nu~n.."iL> '\\'\ '  CaihJio .:....... .......  Cai-h |��5 ������   Cash $5   Boole Case..,     R.Hoirell  ..J. K. Macaulay   A. ���*". Berrv  ..A. K. H. Clarlr  .........Horpltal Lnrlltn Ad   ~ ������ B T. Bank  ��������������� ���-.- J��s' McCreath  . Canadian Kaud Drill Co.  ..A.B. Hood  Bed Linen,4 doz..  ''ash $50   Cash jio.......   Cash Jas.'...   Spring Cot ,  Maple t-yrup.^.  ��� A Friend  Gentleman's Dressing Gown..:...Mrs. I. n. Movie  OW Linen  M���. t. crawlord  Cash Jso a Grand Forks Friend  Dominion Copper Co���... Full Set Wollei Tubes  Cord Wood F. Buck less  THE  STRAT  NELSON, B.C.  B, TOMKINS, Manager.  The le-adin? Hotel of the ttoofenays  ^mmmim+^m+mmttm&am |  Special Rates' to Gpmmercial Men.  ;. .. Good SampleiRoorm* :  r.rS*f~+ri.*ir w w�� ir-rW-ii* *n>j-ivtun .���--ilnpfiri*   j��" B��Bimg.^  TTTE   PHOENIX   PIONEER'.  4  *  Everybody knows that Cod Liver Oil is a wonderful  flesh producer, IF you can take it.  Nobody doubts that Iron is the greatest enricher of  the blood, IF you can digest it :  It is well known that Phosphorus is the ideal nerve  and brain tonic, IF it is properly administered.  "IF," ah! there's the rub.  But everybody does not know that Cod Liver Oil,  Iron and Phosphorus have at last been combined in  an emulsion so palatable that anybody can take it, so  easily assimilated'that the smallest infant can digest  it without difficulty and so perfectly and.scientifically  prepared that the value of the original ingredients is  enhanced fourfold.  This emulsion is known as  FERRO L  (Iron and Oil)  ������FERROL" has wiped out the "IF."  ��� "FERROL" has brought the wonderful and uni  versally recognized virtues of Cod Liver Oil, Iron and  Phosphorus within easy reach of the multitudes who  need them.  14FERROL" is the only perfect emulsion of Cod  Liver Oil, because it is the only one that contains  IRON and no emulsion is perfect without it  That is why FERROL is an unequalled system  builder.  FERROL is not a patent mystery.    The formula is freely published.    It ii prescribed by  the best Physicians.    It is endorsed by the most eminent Medical Journal*.   It u used in tba  FRIENDS ADVISED  USE OF PE-RU-NA.  pro-afoot Hospitals, Sanitariums, etc.  J., o, BvYLE, UhEMiST  AND DRUGGIST,  PHOENIX, B.  C.  Corporation of the City of Phoenix  Receipts and Expenditures for Year Ending  Dec. 31st, 19G6,  -   Rkckhts.  Cash on hand Dec. 31, 1905.  Dog tax.   School grants ..............  Licenses .....    Police Court FineK     Cemetery lots   V...V. & E. railway acct. .'..  Fire Dept. Equipment.........  School Taxes .11)00   Real Kef ate Tax 1901.   Taxes, 1902 .....  .      >'  "      1903 .........:......  :���   "    ' 1904'.   ..............  ,-   .*'���     1905   '      "     1906.  ........      Interest oh overdue-taxes  Road Tax   Insurance   ..$  (50 38  52 00  1,374 05  5,147 50  6,18" 50  70 00  123 20  '-" 22 00  581 01  18 00  56 65  49 50  154 80  837.'0  S.473 59  6 05  108 00  250 00  $18,071 93  Expenditukks.  Overdraft E. T. Bank Dec. 31.  1905..... S 681 75  Freight .'.  9 24  (leneral Expenses.  98137  School Trustees acct  2.728 85  Lu-hl and Water  1,264 70  Board of Health.  1,258 54  Charity..........:  582 15  Printing and advertising  338 60  Fire department....  389 97  Police         "                ���   .'. 2,807 05  .Salttry, City Clerk  660 00  Fire Department Equipment.. 1,678 42  Public Buildings  432 14  Interest and Discount  834 75  Street Maintenance  706 50  Bridges and Flumes  446 09  Street InprovementB  383 25  Sidewalks  691 91  Contributions  200 00  CaBh on Deposit, (E.T. Bank) 979 65  $18,071 93  Suffered  Much���Catarrh Affected Throat and Nose���  pe-ru-na Proves Highly  Satisfactory.  Mr. Kaoul Pilon, 116 Kuo Notr. Dame,  Lnuliluo,]'. Q., writes:  "/ write you a few worda to **���  press to you my satisfaction at being  cured.  ���'I was afflicted with catarih of the  tit mat and nose and suffered much.  -1 wiu greatly discouraged.  "I had a bad breath and a bad taste in  my mouth in tho morning.  "1 took treatment for some time wlth-  iutobtaining relief.  '���At the advice of friends  I   tried  '.���rum and  the results have been  ..." :>tly satisfactory.  "it th�� end of four months I was  completely cured."  .Vu^luctod catarrh becomes chronic.  Having devoloped into the ehronio  Ktuge.alongerand more persistent treatment will be required to euro It than if  tho disease were treated at the onset.  However, Peruna will bring relief,  whether tho catarrh is acute or ohronio.  if you are wise you will keupF< runaon  hand and tako a few doses at the first  appearance of a cold or cough, and thru  save yourself both suffering and ���*  Dense.  Latest Mining Stock Quotations.  Following are the approximate prices  of mining stocks for this week :  BID  American Boy  2  B.   C.  Standard         20  Belcher Mountain        45  B.  C.  Copper  12 25  Can. Con. M.  and  S..138 00  Balance Sheet.  Assets  Fire department equipment. .$ 4,610 58  Police "'        "'���.*������      ..6625  Public buildings     6,374 49  Siuewalks. :...    6,725 57  Streets improvements.......'; 14,415 28  Bridges and Flumes..........    1,734 20  Cemetery......        730 72  Furniture and Fixtures...'.'... 609 40  Keal Estate taxes, 1901........ 48 90  "        " "     1002.......       105 05  " '*���   1903.        12815  " "     1904.......       18270  "        " "     1905.......;       389 95  ���"���������    " "     1906...        881 05  School Tax, 1906... '...       '187 97  Water Bights     1,000 00  B.C. Government...  .    282 50  Eastern Townships Bank        97965  $39,45241  LlAIJILiriE ?.  Loan from Bank of Montreal   $10,000 00  Net(Japital,Dec.31.Tt,  1905.... $24,153 27  Excess Revenue, ".006   5,299 14  29,452 41  California  07  Cariboo-McKiimey .... 04  Copper  King  27  Dominion  Copper  7 00  Denoro Mines  10  Eureka  Copper     . ���  Fisher Maiden...  02  Granby Con  13 50  Giant  01  International Coal..... 65  Jumbo ���...  16  Nicola Coal Mines  06  North Star  23  Pathfinder  03%  Payne  02  Referendum  05  Rambler-Cariboo  28  Sullivan  06  Snowstorm  2 95  Sonora  04%  Stewart'..  2 00  Tamarack& Chesapeake 1 30  White  Bear  07  ASKED  03  25 ���  50  12 50  146 00  09  06  28  7 25  11  . 10  03  14 00  02  68  20  09  27  04>��  04  06  29  OS  00  05  55  35  08  Value ol American Copper.  As recently as 188S, says the Copper Handbook, the 1906 edition of  which has just been issued by Horace  J. Stevens, of Houghton, Mich., the  value or copper produced by the mines  of the United States was only $33,-  833,954i and for 1904, only two years  ago, was but $105,629,845, the year  1904 being the second in the history  of the country in which the value of  the copper output exceeded one hundred million dollars, yet, at the present  moment, the copper mines of the  United States are produciag copper to  the value of two hundred million dollars yearly, and the Lake Superior copper mines alone are making copper  worth $150,000 for. every day in the  year, or at the rate of more than a  million dollars weekly. So great has  been the growth of this industry, and  so rapid trie increase in price of the  metal, that the production of1 three  counties of the single state of Michigan is as grea! as the entire copper  production of the United States as recently as 1897���only nine years ago���  and double the value of ihe entire  copper output of the United States in  a year as comparatively recent as 1889.  Figuring copper at an average price  throughout the globe, of 20^ cents  per pound, which is 11 trifle below the  average qnotations, the mines of the  world are making copper at the rate of  exactly a million dollars per day, for  every day in the year, including Sundays and holidays.  Compared with copper, ihe value of  the gold and silver production of the  United States is as a minor fraction,'  great as is the output of the precious  metals, and rapid as has been the increase in production of the money  metals by the mines of America..... An-.,  other fact of deep interest is lound in  the surprisinly large percentage of the  gold and'silver output of the country  comes, as a by-product, from the copper mines. The .vast and rapidly increasing value of the copper output of  the United States, which makes more  than half of the copper produced in  the world, is a most significant development.  MADE  MONEY IN B. C. MINES.  Scores  of Spokane People Have Taken Out  Fortunes.  The Spokane Spokesman-Review  recently contained the following interesting story:  A few days ago a number of mining  men'were assembled in an office in  this city discussing various topics relating to the mining industry and ils  benefits to Spokane, when the subject  of British Columbia mines came up.  I. A. Jarnagin,' who has kept in  touch with {conditions said: "I have  a list of 125 names of men who claimed Spokane as their home, that made  fortunes in that country, from $25,-  900 up.   ,  "This only covered the period between 1894 and 1902, the amounts  that have been made since then I have  no account of.  "The districts from which this  wealth was taken included cast Kootenay, the Slocan, Ymir, Camp McK:n-  ney and possibly one or two others,  but there is not a name on the list  from the Boundary country. Had I a  list of the men>who hnve made strikes  in that section, they would increase  the number very materially."  W  ! said the physician; ]  For that run-dow,n  condition���-  said  Liberals In Sore Straits.  ��� The Liberals of this province must  be in sore straights when they are compelled to call upon \V. W. B. Mclnnes  to help out the party in this the hour  of its distress. It shows that the  Liberals have no confidence in their  leader, are weak in rank and file, and  are on the run before a shot is fired.���  Cranbrook Prospector.  $39,452 41  I hereby certify that I have thoroughly audited the Books of Account of the  Corporation of the City of Phoenix, with vouchers produced for the year ending  December 31st, 19.6, and that the Balance Sheet (or Statement ot _ Resources and  Liabilities) appended hereto is a true and correct statement of the condition ol  affairs as dieclosed by the said books of account,  Herein I wish to make special mention of the neatness and up-to-date style in  which the books were kept. . _ _ ....  Damon Lawkon, Auditor.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 9th day ol January, 1907.  TENTH   ANNUAL  Rossland  Winter Carnival  MINERAL ACT.  Cetificate of Improvements.  N OTICE.  "WOODSTOCK" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District  Where located ��� Greenwood camp, in the.  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Adolphe Sercu, Free  Minei ����� Certificate No. Broys intend, sixty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above  claim  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of October, A. D. 1906.  5 ADULPH SHTRCU.  MINERAL ACT.  FIVE   DAYS  Ret). 12, 13,14,15 qnd 16  S Grand Trophie �� and $j,ooo in   frizes.        Two bands In attendance.  HOCKEY���International and inter-Provincial championships.  SNOWSHOEING���Championship of British Columbia.  TOBOGGANING���A mile a minute down the ''ZIP"  SKI-RACING���Jumping and Racing.   Championship of Canada.  SKATING RACES���For Championship of British Columbia.  CURLING���A Provincial bonspiel-  Horse Racing.      Masquerading, Tugs-of-War aud other Interesting events.  Reduced railway rates on all lines  J.S. C. FRASBKi  For further particulars apply to  God Save thc King. IS. ADAMS,  Prkmudknt.  Skcrktary,  COURT OF REVISION.  Rossland Assessment  District.  NOTICE Is hereby given that a Court of Revision and'Appeal, nnuer tho provisions of the  "Assessment Act, 1903," and amending Acts, for  the RoSKland ASBes>ruent District, and under the  provisions of the "Public Seiools Act," for the  Rural School Districts of '*Anacour'a;,��� "Boundary Palls"; "Cascade": Di ndwood"; "Eholt" and  "Midway", will be held ot the Court House,in  the City, of Greenwood, on Saturday, the 19II1 day  of January, 1907, at the hour of 3 o'clock-in the  afternoon, and at the Court House, in the City  of Rossland, on Monday, the aist day of Jnnn  wry, 1007, ot the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon.  C. R. Hamilton,  _     Judge of the Court of Revision and Appeal.  RossW, B.C.,  peeeuber sgta,igo&..   .  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your  supply   of Fire   Wood,  either  for  immediate use  or for the  future..   All orders promptly filled.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICH.  "May" Mineral ijlaim. situate in the Greenwood Mining Divisiou of Yale District.  Where located��� Greenwood camp. In the  Greenwood Mining Division of Ynle District.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Adolphe Sercu. Free  Miner's Certificate No. B2075, lor myself and  Joseph Hedgts as agent, Free Miner's Certificate  No. BjojS. intend, sixtv dav s from date hereof,  to apply to the Minii g Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvemmts, for t.'ic purpose of obtaining a  Crowu Grant ol the above cla-ra.  And lurther take iu tlce tbat action, under  section 37, mint be commenced before the  Issuance of such Oertificn:e of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of October. A. D  1006.  ��; ADOLI'H SERCU.  M7_riz. rftt. v;V j��z_*-J* r"*-_rfr_*^ -*����� *^z -rt7 -*c<$  I  P  The Marsh Block  is now  open   as   a First   Class  Rooming   House.      Parties   de  siring quiet   comfortable   rooms  ���$  will do well by applying at once.  K  ���r  J. V. O'Loughlin  GENERAL    SANITARY   AND    SCAVENGER  WORK DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.  D. L. Mclntommey  City Scavenger,  TEL. No. Bja.       PHOENIX, B<C.  HEADACHE  Is one of the most frequent  and   distressing symptoms  INDIGESTION  The Supreme   Remedy  for this and ail Stomach  Disorders is  MOTHER  SEIGEL'S SYRUP  The cure that always cures    |  60c. per bottle.   Sold everywhere. B  A. J. WHITE & CO., MONTRKAI..      S  Macdonflld's Last Opportunity.  The Miner would like to see Rossland represented by a man who can do  something. That's what counts in this  day and age. Can J. A. Macdonald  point to one single measure on the  statute books or one single act that he  accomplished for the welfare of Rossland. He talks about what he will do  if elected. He had an opportunity.  Why didn't he do it last year.?���Rossland Miner. ��� _  Some Predictions.  A fglance over the political field  gives the following possible Conservative gains, in well-informed circles.  The opposition leader will lose, his seat  in Rossland, Harvey will carry Cranbrook, Warren is booked to win in  Greenwood, Wilson will redeem one  seat in Cariboo, McPhillips the Islands, and Eberts Saanich; while Victoria appears to be anxious to remedy  the blunder made in 1903. Wells'  seat is none too safe in Columbia, and  the same applies to Oliver of Delta.  Of the losses this is left to the side.  We admit two in Vancouver, but they  will raise a dozen more. Anyhow, it  is a safe bet McBride will have a safe  majority ovet all, and the good work  commenced will continue. ��� Nelson  Canadian.  Liberals Resent  It.  The better elements of the Liberal  party bitterly resent the foisting upon  them by the federal authorities of a  political adventurer of the type of W.  W. B. Mclnnes. In 1903, Mr. Smith  Curtis, at a public meeting in Rossland, after paying a tribute to the McBride government, as 'representing  the best elements of Conservatism in  public life," stated that the Liberals  must bring out better men. "The first  step was to repudiate men like Mclnnes and Martin. It would be a  calamity for the province to be governed by such men as Martin and Billy  Mclnnes.���Vernon News.  Dangers of a Cold *nd How to Avoid Thom.  More fatalities have their origin in  or result from a cold than from any  other cause. This fact alone should  msikc people more careful, as there is  no danger whatever from a cold when  it is pioperly treated in the beginning.  For many yeais Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy has been recognized as the  most prompt and eiiectual medicine  in use for this disease. It acts on nature's plan, loosens the cough, relieves  ilie lungs, opens the secretions and niji  nature in restoring ihe system to a  healthy condition. Sold hy all druggist*.  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  '���'V  9.30 a. in.  ���2.30 p. m.  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S-McCAGUE, Proprietor.  V  V  If you send a copy of the Pioneer  Annual to your distant friend, you'll  give him an adequate idea of the  Boundary country.  The   Grip.  Befo'e we can sympathize with  others, we must have suffered ourselves^ No one can realize the suffering attendant upon an attack of the  giip, unless he has had the actual experience. There is probably no disease that causes so much physical and  mental agony, or which so successfully  defies medical aid. All danger from  the grip, however' may be avoided, by  the prompt use of Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. Among the tens of  thousands of those who have used this  remedy, not one case has ever been  reported that has resulted in pneumonia  or that has not recovered. For sale  by all druggists.  An Astounding Threat.  According to a Vancouver dispatch  Mr. Mclnnes stated at a public meeting there that British Columbia would  never get better terms until a Liberal  government was put into office. And  this is from the chief fighting man in  the party which deprecated th'* introduction of "Better Terms" into the  present political campaign. But Mr.  Mclnnes' statement is even more significant than this implies. He has  lately come from Ottawa. He has just  resigned a lucrative office to engage in  the election. He comes with a threat.  He has ventured to tell the people of  British Columbia that the price of  "Better Terms" is the supremacy of  Liberals in local politics. This is  more than we had expected. It introduces a new element into the campaign. The fight is no longer simply for  the return to power of the present  government, but a protest against Ottawa domination. The issue is : Shall  British Columbia be coerced ?���Victoria Colonist.  Cut this out and take it to any drug  store and get a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet;,.  These tablets are far superior to pills,  being easier to take and more pleasant  in effect. They correct disorders of  the stomach, liver and bowels. Sold  by all druggists.  Phoenix Aerie No. 158, Fraternal  Order of Eagles, announces that that  it will give the annual ball, a masquerade, on St. Valentine's day, Februajy  14th.  t Church Services Tomorrow ��  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:3  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m-  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews'   Presbyterian  Church  Preaching      Service      tomorrow     at  7:30   p. m.   Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:0c a.m.  A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor:  Catholic���Church of  Our   Lady of  the   Good   Counsel.���Divine   Service  every 2nd and   4th   Sunday   of each  month.    Holy Mass, 10 a.m.    Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m.    Vespers and Bene  diction,    7:30   p.m.      Father   J.    A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor  Church of England���Services   11   a. j  m. and 7:30 p. M.,Rev. R. A. Heath. 1  **:+*-**<+*<***+:*4  i��W��#����##^��J<'��;WW<l<r<f��*��  Clothing I  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of  satisfied  customers.    If you don't   oelieve   it come     '  and examine goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc.,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. knob hiuTavk."phoenix.  Phoenix Beet  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the  Best Beer in the Boundary. With the Best Malt  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for  quality.     Insist" on   having PHOENIX   BEER.  Spring Water Ice for Sale,  bottled Beer and Porter.  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  PHOENIX, B.C.  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  A practical book of nearly a thousand pages, useful  to  all and  necessary   1  most men en^aaerl in any brancn of t ie Copper Industry.  Its facts will pass muster with the trained scientists, and its language  pasi|v understood by the every-day man.  It is a dozen books in one, coveriug the Hisiory, Uses, Terminology, <.'���_���  raphy, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances and Stntiplid  Copper. .  Itgives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.  It lists and describes  3,849 copper mines and companies,  in all  parts of 1  world, descriptions running  from two lines to 12 pages,   aorording to imporln  of the property.  flie COPPER HANDBOOK is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  The miner needs the book for the facts it gives him about mines, mini; 11 n  metal. .,.,.....���,  The investor needs the book for the facts it gives him  about Mining  liive  ments and Copper Statistics.    Hundreds  of  Swindling  Companies  are  ex-it  in plain English.  Price is $5, in Buckram, with gilt top; $7.50 in   full   library   morocco.     ��� U  be sent fully prepaid, on approval, toanv address ordered, and   may be ret'.:i!:  within a weekof receipt if not found fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block. Houghton   Mich.. U. S. A.  Nominations for Coming Provincial Election for 1907.  if nominations  have  not  actually taken place, there is n  Some of these have  not  yet been nominated; but  question as to who will be the candidate.  CONSTITUEVCY RETIRING   MEMBER.  LIBERAL.  Athn���Dr. Young (Con.) John Irving . .  Alberni���Wm.   Manson   (Con.) |H. C. Brewster  Cariboo���J. Murphv (Lib.) ,H.Jones  . . . .  :d Seat���H. lotu-s (Lib.) J ��� Gorston  lilliwhack���C." W. Munro (Lib) |C  W.  Mun  CONSERVATIVE.  SOCIALIST,  LABOR OR INDEPENDENT.  Ch  Columbia���W. C. Wells (Lib.)   Comr-s���R. Grant (Con.)   Cowichar.���J. N. Evans (Lib.)   ....  Cranbrook���Dr. King (Lib.)   Delta���John Oliver (Lib.)   Dewdney���R. McBride (Con.) ....  Esquimau���C.   E.   Pooley (Con.)....  Fernie���W. R. Ross (Con.)   Grand Forks���George Fraser (Con.)  Greenwood���J. R. Brown (Lib.). . .  Islands���T. W. l'aterson (Lib.) ....  Kamloops���F. J. Fulton (Con.). . . .  Kaslo���R. F. Green (Con.)   Lillooet���A. McDonald (Con.)   Nanaimo���J.H.Hawthomthwaite(Soc)  ro  C.   A'ells..  Bennett iRobert  |W  w  :u-b  1J..N. Evans   . ;I)r.   King       Jjohn Oliver   . R. Jardine   jjohn  Jardine....  i\Vm. Dicken   jH. W. Gregory...  iGcorge  R.   Naden  I'l".  XV.   Paterson   .  11. 1). Swanson....  . John Keen   |M.   Fagleson ,.   . .  D. J. Thomas... .  Dr. H. E. Young  Wm. Manson . .  Chnties Wilson...  F. R. Campion..  R. H. Cairns . .  H. G. Parsons .  Grant . .  H. Hayward  A. Harvey . .  3.  Mackenzie  McBride . . .  E,   Pooley . .  R.  Ross . . .  Miller   (".. Warren . .  E.  McPhillips.JW.  |.  Fulton I. . .  >Teii  F. McKay.... '.. . .  A. McDonald   I Dr.  O'Brien   . .  James Cartwright (Socialist).  Dr. J. W. Curry (Soc.)   C. A. MacKinnon  (Ind.) .  Thomas   E. Kellev (Labor)  iF.  R.  ;c  ;\v.  . E.  !E.  JA.  . F.  W. H. Moore (Socialist)   John  Mi-lnni,   (Socialist). . .  Edgar  \V.   Dynes  (Socialist).  J.   Ledingliam  (Socialist)  J-  f  Nelson���J. Houston (Con.).. .  Newcastle���P. Williams (Soc.)  New   Westminster���T. Gifford  (Con.)jF.  W.  Okanagan���P. Ellison (Con.) jDr.K  Revelstoke���T. Taylor (Con.) jRobert Caley  Richmond���F. L. Cartei-Cotton(Con.) J.   XV. Weart.  Rossland���J. A. McDonald (Lib.)....  Saanich���H. Tanner (Lib.)   Similkameen���L. W. Shattorri (Con.)  Skeena���C. W. D. Clifford (Con.)....  Sloran���Wm. Davidson (Lab Soc.)...  Vancouver 1���R. G. Tatlow (< on.)...  '��� 2���C. Wilson (Con      �� '3_J. p. Garden ((.  i' 4_.\V. J. Bowser (C  " 5 ���A.H.B.Macgow;,  Victoria 1���R. L. Drury (Lib.)  "       2���W. G. Cameron (Li  '<       ^���J. |). MrNiven (Lib.  "      4���R. Hall (Lib.)   Yale���Stuart Henderson (Lib,).  Ymir���H. Wright (Con.)   Dr. G.  A.  B. HalllJ. A. Kirkpatrick   ij. B. Cairns   . .'Thomas Gifford .  .C. McDonald!Price Ellison . . .  rhomas Taylor  ���n.)....  ..!.)...  ,i(Cn)  J. A. McDonald....  John Piercy   Smith  Curtis   Dr. Kengan   A. B. Docksteader  R. P.   McLennan..,  T.   F.   Neelands....  Judge Henderson..  |. W.  Del?.   Farris.  John Kirpatrick   R. L. Drury      W. G. Cameron. ...  Richard   Hall   J. D. McNiven   Stuart Henderson..  J. Fred Hume.....  H.   Horthornthwaite (Socialist) . . .  H.  Sheppnrd  (Liberal-Labor). . , . . .  Frank   Philios (Socialist)      P.Williams (Soc), H. Fulton (Lib-Lai)  J. S. Rainey (Labor)   J.  AV.   Logie (Socialist)   P. Lel'aux (Socialist)   F. L.  Carter CottonJRobt McBride (ind.) Geo. Kilby, (Soc.)  Lome A. CampbelljArchie   F. Berry (Socialist)   D.   M.   F.berts ... J   .J.   W.   Winkler (Socialist)   . IR. Sargent (Soc.)   .|W'm. Davidson (S.-L.) A.J.Perry(I.-L. >  !E. E. Kingsley (Socialist)   R. P.Pettipiece,(Soc.) J. ^ illiams(Lal\ ���  A. R. Stebbiogs, (Socialist)   J. H. McV'et>C (Socialist)   J. E. Dubberly, (Socialist)   Dr. Ernest   Hall  (Independent)....  A.  lohnson (Labor)    \V. H. Marcon (Soc.)   L. W. S hat ford  \Y. R.   Lord   Kvilliam Hunter   R. G. Tatlow . . . .  I Jas. F. Garden . . .  lA.H.B. Macgowan .  I\V. J. Bowser . . . .  I Dr. G. A. McGuire.  jRichard McBride..  H. B. Thompson...  F. XV. H. liehnsen.  Frederic Davis  Chas. A. Semlin....  J. II. Schofiekl   ���'���Hum  :�� mi  m  ���Mm  1  m  "'Iffj'f  p.  ���St'  ���m  s*l  ���Jw  '-#1  11  A  t*.   'I  1  1  ���U  !l  ,**��  1+  I  la  n  u  II  John Houston (Independent) TTTE   PHOENIX   PIONKBR.  m;.i  i'-V  It  u  Let Me Sell You a  Chatham Incubator  ���On  Do you know there is big money in raising poultry? Do.  you know thcro is more money in running a good incubator  than in almost anything else you can do for the amount ot  time and trouble it takes? Do you know my incubator -will  pay you a bigger profit than any other thing, you can have  on your place? .  _ ..  Well, all these things are true, and I, can  prove   It.  Thousands of people all over Canada have proved it  ; every  year for the last five years.  I want to quote you a price on my Chatham Incubator,  ���sold ON TIME.    1 want to send you my Chatham pool-.  ��� This incubator book is tree��� I'll send it to you for just a  ?ostal card.   It tells you a lot you ought to know about the  oultry business���it tells you how to make money ont of  chickens-it tells you how my Chatham Incubator will make  >> you more money than you can ma'-e with hens���far more,  and with less trouble.  This book tells you how my Incubators ore made-why they are  the best ever inventcd-ond why I sell them ON TIME and on a  S"YMv Companyehas been in business in Canada for over 50 years.  ���Top nre one of the largest wo'od-working factories in the country.  We also operate a large lactory at Detroit. Mich. We have the Incubator and Brooder business down to a science.  Chatham Incubators and Brooders will make you money, for a  Chatham Incubator will hatch a live, healthy chicken out of every  fertile egg put into it, in 21 days.  Will you write for my book  today? Do it now while you think  of it. Just say on a postal "Please  send me your Incubator Cook ���  that's all. Address me personally.  Manson Campbell  President  The MaiuoijLCampbell Co., Ltd.  Dcpt.Pj2% Chuthwn, Ont.  NOTE ���I curry l��rso Rtocks and  ���hip promptly Irom brunch house) fit  Ca&nry. AlW.. Montreal. Que.: Bran  don. Min.: Halifax. N. S . Victoria.  B. C, nnd factory at Chatham.  Guaranteed  Five Year*  "Vl  mi~f.  In and Around Phoenix  IIRIKK   TOPICS   OK   LOCAL  AND   GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  MMJVWWf^^  Leidlnf Hotel of Boundary's Leidlni  Mining Citnp  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Comer Knob Hill Ave., and First St.  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. A  monaster  Proprietor.  X  M  The Only First-CIass  and Up-To-Date Hotel  In Phoenix   J^1 Brooklyn  Jas. Marshall, Prop  PHOENIX. B- C.  STEAM HEATED  New from cellar to  roof. Best. Sample  Rooms iti Boundary  Opposite Q*r*. depot.  Modern Bathrooms  . .Deane's Hotel..   I  DANNY DEANE, Prop.  .This new house is now open  for inspection. Everything new  neat and clean. Heated by hot  water.  MealB at all Hours, tervedin  ��� the style which has' already  made this house famous. Try  'our Sunday dinner, of which  we make a specialty. If yon do  you'll come again.  First St.,  on the Bridge.  Phoenix, B. Cl  Steam Heated  Telephne A24.  �����*��>^-%^'%^^^^%^^^^%^^^^^^%^f^^^^%^^%^%^^^^%'%^C  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining  room.    Large,   airy  and  well  furnished rooms.  Dominion A venae  Phoenix, B C.  PALACgnEAT MARKET  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  Fresh and Salt Meats.  Tel. No.,12. Fish,   Poultry and  Oysters.  Start the Year 1907  Right in your easiness by getting a New Line of  Blank Books and Office Needs  We have a large stock of these goods, with labor saving  systems and can fit you out in good shape. Let us have  your order.  McRae Bros* & Smith, Ltd,  >- STATIONEHS, JSTC. ... s  , Knob. Rill Avn.  ��� Phoenix, B.C.      ^  Don't forget Boyle is the Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers  no  addition  or subtraction.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Prescriptions properly prepared by  Boyle, the Druggist.  Woodchoppers wanted. Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Junction.  See Miss McDonald, milliner, for  sewing machines and supplies.  Judge W. B Cochrane, of Grand  Forks, was in the city yesterday.  Sewing machines to rent at $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald, milliner.  Mrs. Duncan McDonald went to  Spokane Thursday for a month or two,  and may visit her sister at San Jose,  Calif., before returning.  An iron bedstead, mattress, spring,  comforts, spreads and two pairs of pillows, nearly new, for sale. Enquire of  Mrs. H. S. Turner, over Morrin,  Thompson <& C'o.'s.  R. FT. Karatofsky went to Spokane  Wednesday to accompany Mrs. Sutton  and her sister, Miss 1-ogle, who have  been visiting here, and who were returning 10 their lion es in  Seattle.  The subject for Sunday evening at  the Methodist church will be, '"The  I Bulwarks of our National Life," "Anthems, "Come Unto Me" and "Soul  of Mine in Earthly Temple."  ; For a change, the Pioneer is a day  late in appearing this week, as far as  outside subscribers are concerned,  owing to the press of getting out the  first copies of the Pioneer Annual.  Jeffrey Ham mar was elected mayor  of Grand Forks Thursday by a majority of 76 over J. D. McDonald. The  new aldermen are P. T. McCallum,  ���H. E. Woodland, James Hardy, N. D.  Mcintosh, S Horner and John Donaldson.  The Phoneix hockey team went to  Nelson this week and on Thursday  met the puck-chasers from that place.  The final score stood 13 to 3. During  the game Hood and Ferguson came  together, resulting in the breaking of  Ferguson's leg.  Today a rink from the curling club  will start for Cranbrook to take part in  the annual bonspiel of the Kootenay  Cnrling Association, which meets  there next week. Those in the rink  selected are George L. McNicol, J. A.  Morrin, Mr. Campbell and Alex  Strachan.  Old Boreas certainly did a good  deal of work this last- week, the mer  cury registering 22 degrees below zero  in Phoenix, with reports from Grand  Forks showing 35 below, Greenwood  48 below, Midway 60 below, and other  places in proportion. It was the coldest weather ever experienced in Phoenix.  -  Next Wednesday evening a Citizens,  Smoker will be given to Dr. R. B  Boucher by the residents of the city,  being a testimonial from his many  friends, here on the eve of his departure to the coast, and thence probably  to Europe, with Mrs. Boucher. The  event will take* place at Miners' Union  Hall, and will assuredly have a large  attendance.  Thursday night W. Zimmerman, a  jeweler, who lived in Phoenix for several years, and since then-has been in  business^, at- Penticton, was found  dead "in the back room, of his  store, having been murdered . with  an axe, his head being crushed in.  As yet no clue to the crime, has been  obtained. Zimmerman was a man of  some 55 years, quiet and inoffensive.  Manager Martin, of the water and  light company, has been having his  troubles with the water system this  week, owing to extreme cold weather.  The system was partly running early  in the week, the frozen intake being  thawed out, but other troubles have  cropped up, and many have felt or are  feeling the inconvenience of having no  w?ier at all other than that from melted "*i;g<v or from nearby springs, which  are none too plenty.  For "Sweel Charity's Sake."  Mrs. Roman Kartopsky, whose hus-  bandrecently died here of tubercolosis,  started back this week to her old home  in Austria. Being left destitute, A. D.  McKenzie passed around a subscription paper and quickly secured $118  among the business men. The Miners' Union gave $67 and the Industrial Workers of trie World contributed  $io, making a total of $195. W.J.  Porter interested himself in the case,  and looked after the poor widow in  seeing that she secured a reduced rate  ticket.over the C. P. R- through to her  destination. The case was an exceed  ingly sad one, and .Mrs. Kartopsky  could hardly speak a word in English  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Boyle, the Druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Bank Block,  Jan. 10th to 14th, inclusive.  The last of my winter hats for sale  cheap.    Miss McDonald, milliner.  Burton's and Bass' Ale on draft ta  the Hotel Brooklyn.  Wanted, to purchase, house and lot  in Phoenix, Address Box 27, Phoenix,  B. C.  Wanted, to purchase several lots in  Phoenix. Address Box 27, Phoenix,  B.C.  William Spier", manager of the Eastern Townships Bank at Grand Forks,  was a visitor here Thursday.  The Intermediate Hockey Club  gave a ball Thuasday evening at Min  ers' Union Hall, which was much enjoyed.  Mayor G. R. Naden, of Greenwood,  Liberal candidate in that riding for the  legislative assembly, was here yesterday, looking after possible voters.  Herbert vV. Gregory Nominated.  Last Saturday the Liberals of Grand  Forks riding held a convention at ihat  lilace, the delegates from Phoenix, R.  Horrell, Wm. Delahay, Rev. Samuel  Lundie, Rev. C. Wellesley Whittaker,  Charles L. Thornber, John McRea,  and John B. Boyle, being present, and  Mr. Boyle was made chairman of- the  convention.  The only name presented for nomi  nation to the convention was that of  Herbert W. Gregory, of Grand Forks,  and the nomination was made unanimous. Mr. Gregory declined "to run  on a straight Liberal ticket, but accepted the honor as a Labor-Liberal. He  is an electrician, employed at the  Granby smelter, where he has been for  several years, and is very "well spoken  of by those who know him best. He  intends to spend several days in Phoenix getting acquainted with the electors in this vicinity.  G.N. TRAIN WRECKED  ON C.P.R. TRACK  SOCIALISTS HOLD  '    A BIG MEETING  Peculiar   Accident    and    No  One Injured.  A most peculiar wreck, fortunately  without serious consequences, occurred  to the Great Northern Phoenix passenger train Monday evening on its way  up from Grand Forks, and the odd  part of it is that the wreck did not oc  cur on the Great Northern track at all,  but on the C.P.R. rails. - -   -  - Being somewhat late, the train was  running at a lively clip near Oro Den-  oio, where a recently built spur connects the two 'railway lines. As it  happened, the switch was open and  the Jim Hill train ran onto the  switch, passed two or three other  switches, passed the Emma mine,  where luckily there were no ore cars  on that track at the time, and on up  the C.P.R. grade to B.C. Junction, and  on to ihe main Phoenix-Eholt line.  Here the engine and train of two  coaches ran off the track, though no  one was hurt. Thus a Great Northern  train was wrecked on the C.P.R. track,  completely blocking traffic on the  C.P.R. line for the time being.  Supt. J. S. Lawrence, of the Koot-  enay-Boundary division of the C.P.R.,  happened to be in Phoenix at the  time, and ordered! his Eholt crew to  clear away the wrack. This was done  and the Great Northern engine and  train taken to the C.P.R. shops at  Eholt. The damage was not serious,  and the train arrived in Phoenix about  noon the next day over the Great Northern tracks, as usual.  P. H. Burnham, of Grand Forks,  district freight and passenger agent of  the Great Northern, was on the train.  CUT GLASS  FOR    ALL  OCCASIONS  Mclnnis, Miller, Simpson and  Wilson Spoke.  Last evening the Socialists held their  first rally here of the campaign, and  the opera house was well filled. Chas.  C. Halsey occupied the chair, and introduced John Mclnnis, the Socialist  candidate for this riding.  Mr. Mclnnis spoke for half an houi,  and leferred briefly to ihe bills introduced by James H. Hawthornihwuiie  in ihe legislature for the benefit  of  labor, showing what could be done there  by sending a Socialist to Victoria.   He  also referred   to   the   methods  of the  Liberals in bringing out H. W. Gregory  in Grand Forks on the so-called Labor-  Liberal platform, saying that there was  not a single accredited member of any  labor organization   in   the  convention  that   nominated   the  Grit   candidate.  Duncan Ross was not forgotten for his  success in stirring up ihe  Liberals in  this riding to putting up a candidate  Again snowing  the   insincerity of the  Liberals in' their professed   attitude of  friendliness towards labor, Mr. Mclnnis  mentioned a bill now before parliament  at  Ottawa, by which it is to be  made  a felony to interfere in   any   way   be  (ween employer and employee in case  of strikes, etc.    This   bill, introduced  and supporied by Libeiuls, was to have  had   its   second   reading  on the 16th  instant.  Ernest Miller, theCon-.erv.uive can  didate, was the next speaker, and devoted most of hi*, time to .showing ilu-  strong financial policy of ihe pru.ieiu  provincial government; how, when it  came into power, the province was  practically bankrupt, and gelling worse  at the rate ol $750,000 per annum,  with no cred't with any of the large  banks of the country; how ihe McBride government had been able,  through wise legislation and economical government, to show a surplus each  year since they came into power. Mr.  Miller also treated of the Kaien island  deal, of which so much has been written and said or. the platfo-m, and justified it from any reasonable standpoint  Following Mi. Miller, Fred E. Simpson, Liberal    organizer    for   the   interior, was introduced.    Mr. Simpson, I  who is owner and editor of  the Cran-  brook Herald, one of the best weeklies |  in   the  province,   proceeded   to   tear |  down what Mr. Miller   had   said, and I  did not think it a credit to the govern-1  ment to have a surplus���forgetting all j  about the  gigantic surplus of the Liberal government at Ottawa.      He told  of  the great needs of the province in  the way of public works, and how his  own riding received only $12,000 this  last year, although it had   paid   $150,-  000 in taxes.  - * Mr. Simpson said he did not intend  to make speeches, as he was no talker,  but his earnestness and sincerity cap  tivated his hearers, even though many  of them did not agree with his statements.  The last speaker.of the evening was  Benjamin F. Wilson, a native of Ontario, though now living, for thev present, in California. Mr. Wilson is no  stranger in Phoenix, having been h..re  twice before, and is an orator of no  mean attainments. He spoke for  about an hour, rapidly going over what  he called the principles of Socialism,  and showing the line of demarcation  between Socialism and Individualism.  He tried to convince his hearers that  the betterment of the present day conditions among workingmen could best  be accomplished through Socialism,  illustrating his points with amusing  anecdotes occasionally. It was evident,  that the majority of the audience was |  in full sympathy with the speaker. j  " WATCHES  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  ���  fa  fa  fa  We have a larger assortment than ever in  nil grades in sucfi well known makes as,  Waltham Elgin  Rockford Illinois  and Omega  with   casts to suit in Jjki. gold, gold filed  and  nickel,  every one absolutely guaranteed.  Your careful inspection invited both'as  to  goods and prices.  E. A. BLACK,  ���81 The Jeweler |*  Knoh Hill Ave.  Phoenix, B. C.  v^-^-C���:^���-^*��*C���:3���^'-r^^^O^^^^^^^���>'������,'���-^^���  <Qmmmmm0m*mrm0^0m0mM  :  Invest   Your  In Such Legitimate Shares as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a so'id basis and MUST G ROW. V eal  estate was never so low, and money will be made in buying business and residential property. Every residence  in'Phoenix is rented. Business is good. Buy now, and  get the advance.  MINING CLAIMS AND STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Slocks Will Bring Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  Oranby   Doiiiiii'iun   Ititeniritioi.nl Coal   Alhamhrn (Coeur <1'A.).. .  .Copper King   Oro Denoo   Burke   Bullion   Hit ppy Day   Ileckln    Idaho Mont. S   Sonurft (Coeur d'A.)   Snow Storm   Stuart   Furnace Cr. (Cala.)   Sulllvai   Skylark _   J.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attentioa to Correspondence. Bank Block,-Pho*r>ix, B.C  ���  FOR    1907  We have a splendid stock of  FJRNITURE  to select from.  BINNS  FURNITURE.  UNDERTAKING.  '*-��  Cnglae Climbing a Tree.  About midnight last night a train of  eleven loaded Great Northern pre cars  got away at the Granby ore bins, the  brakes failing to work avter the train  started. The train rushed down the  switchback, about a mile, to the end  of the tracky-nhere there is a bank.  Here the engine started to climb a  tree, the cars remaining on the rails.  The crew jumped where they found  soft spots, and saved themselves. To  day efforts are being made' to induce  the locomotive to retire from.its elevated position.  Last.might also���: the C P. R. had a  small wreck at the Rawhide ore bins,  a couple of cars getting oft* the metals.  No present is more acceptable  than a choice piece of Cut  Glass.  We have absolutely the finest  assortment ever brought to  Phoenix, including goods from  Hawkes and Gowans, Kent &  Co.  Inspection invited.  GEORGE E. DEY,  JEWELER  KNOB HILL AVE.   PHOENIX, B C.  Pioneer Annual 00 Sale.  The Pioneer Annual���the fourth issue of the kind���was issued yesterday,  and as rapidly as copies can be bound  up the number is being sent 10 all paid  subscribers of the Pioneer as a compliment from  the publisher.    It consists  of   82   pages,   including  cover,   with  about   150 engravings of mines, smelters and other views of  the Boundary, 1  not excepting a number of maps speci-'  ally drawn lor this issue, one of which '  was printed  by   the   Pioneer   in   five'  colors. j  The edition is   6,000   copie��  one   of which   has   practically  spoken for in advance.    The   price  25 cents per copy.  Real Estate and Mil  Lines  Houses to Rent, City Pioperty for Sale, Shares in all  the  leading mines bought and sold.  G. W. Rumberger  every  been  c  ���  Information   about   Phoenix   and  the  Boundary country given on application.  I ><>>i 1 in i' >.i  Telephone  A ��"���  N'.i.  1��K.  %s��  Phoenix, B.C.   *)  William Hunter Co., Limited  Srtmimrm Aumuu*.  m W*4M*fie^'#&4MHf4f4f4tef<fa&4l:&4-e4-*  furniture'  Carpets in the piece.  Cotton Ingrains and  Tapestry Squares.  Japanese Matting.  Linoleums and Table Oilcloth.  FULL LINES OF BEDDING.  J   PRICES RIGHT.    A CALL INVITED.  I      R.J. GARDNER,  g    HARDY BLOCK       -      PHOENIX, B.C  at9im0^mja^mjmm0^mjmjma^m^a^90^mjf^mjmff^&  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for  winter.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  fall    blocks,   in   Black and Brown,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you  should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress' shoes;'  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy Suits A new iot of perfect fitting noirfojlts and three"  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waisls, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls'and Boys'waists.  The  I  WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  i^fi  n  M7i  ��-.*?  '4  t  ,4  "4  tit  1  -j  i  1 *.  n  f ;  r     ���  1 1  4  Hi  *5  4  > "* T-I"��,"i" w; !.-"��* ���r  : ���*��� ���  !W


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