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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jan 26, 1907

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 mm  ���^uiatzx^i'XiX.'..  i*x*iLi&teli&jmtaziM&w&1*��Xz ^Wiww/��<M��^t^^waa^.iui^  '���WNHrawwwfwm'i' jwtt  PIONEER .' ANNltAI* -  Holiday   Number   for   1006.  6|,000   COPIES  Fully IHosirated Price 25 cento.  i^WaHve-Librwry    ��i-��5  JAN 30 1907  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Pioneer Annual for 1906.,  BETTER. THAN EVER  150 Illustration!. Price 25 cents. ~  si  m  IV-���!  A-^l  Eighth Year.  PHOENIX," BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1967.  No,   10  * S^S9^S^9��^8'9]8^'9^S^^  f ~m..,.Uj.;.:.:.:,.\L��:.--K  THE     BMG  &TOMXE,  January sale  is now on. Ssive money by  taking advantage of some of  the many bargains now of.  fered.   The following   lines  MUST   BE   SOLO   OUT  before the end of this month.  Ladies' Dept.  Ladies' Skirts,        Regular  $7.00  11 << �� 6.50  "     '   " '        " 5-5��  " " " 4.00  '.i5and.i7^  .20 and. 25  ������75  3-75  ���3��  �����s.-  ,    1.50  65  1.25 to 3.00  1.5010 2.50.  ���Fancy Wrapperettes  White. Bed Spreads  11        ii        ii  Turkish Towels  Huck  Ladies' Felt Slippers  Childrens "     , "  Corsets  Ladies' Waists  Ladies' Jackets must be sold at less than  Sale $4-So  " 4-25  ".      3-��S '  2.75 ;  "      I-.4S.  "     ,2 95  "        .22^  "..    1.00  .50  "        -.70  "     "1.00  cost.  Men's Dept.  Men's Shirts,   Regular $1.50 to 1.7 s, Sale $  Cloth Caps  Fancy Vests "  Shoes "  Duck Coats "  WoolUndwr"  "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 1.50  ,$25.00  i 6.00  1.00  1 00  4*5  '���35  '2.00  1.00  1.00  19.00  "'.50 >  ~:??**'*l-V%-?Z  COAL AND COKE  ;   STILL SHORT  1       ^ ���*  District Smelters Operating at  �� Half Capacity.  Hand-To-Mouth   Conditions  ! / Prevail.  3 (&~.  SEE   OUR  ONE   DO&AR  WINDOW-  RECENT   A-RKIVAlLs  TARTAN CANNED  GOODS  These goods retain their usual  grade of exceellence,   and    are  recognjzed  in  Phoenix  best to buy. \ ,  as the  Quaker Canned Goods  We have a lull line of these well  known  goods.  We have added this brand of  flour to our wall known Anchor  Brand stock. Its hard to say  which is the most popular, anyway we have both brands and  you are getting the best if you  buy either kind.  Ws  nave just* unloaded a car  ��s   which we  are  $2.00 psi- box.  o{ very  selling at  fi  me  ( For the last week or ten days the  smelters of the Boundaryhave been  pperating from hand to mouth, as far  as coke, coal and ore supplies are con  Cerned. *At the- Granby works four  furnaces have been kept in operation,  While at the British Columbia Copper  fand Dominion Copper;- smelters .but-1  one furnace has been in blast in each  place. In fact, the smelters are fqrtu-i  hate to be able to do even that much',  jvhich is less than half, the respective capacity- ">of - the'' combined  smelting works." ". .     .i.l  | As for some time'������ .'past,':thei^".trouble  is with the railway companies, which.]  find it exceedingly difficult to-get coal  enough to operate the.itrains-cthat,;are  being run, there being ho>reserves.i  whatever in the bunkers at the various  storage points.,. The supply.of 26,000  tons which the G.P.R. had on hand at  Nelson and in. the Boundary>;hen.the  coal miners' strike took place last fall  in East Kootenay, has long been used  upland not enough;additional/ecejved;  tp-take its place/; '''.'"'' ' '/',-'"  ; Doubtless, the railways Are-, using  efforts"to'' better the conditions, as it  stands- them in- hand to/do so from  their o.wn viewpoint, but -'hus. far: they  have not: been able to/make "much  progress, and not only are the mines  short of coal but the shelters are short  of coke most of the ti ire. It is a peculiar state of affairs,,to..say the least,  when there is plenty cf coal and coke  at .the mines, and thsre is a big de:  mahdforit, and yet the consumers  cannot get-it in sufficient quantities for  operating mines and smelters at normal capacity,, to say no'hmg of :'the  supply, forjdomestic purposes..     ;  f ^G^rge^i^rnbergef ^aHe/a "bus?  ipe's's trip .to Spokane:;this week:     ., ;.  | -Noble Binns,-of Trail, was here lhi>  week on a business visit; returning yesterday.. ."-..' -. ,-'  ' J: A.'. McMaster, proprietor of 'be  Hotel BaTmbral, went over to pdcyon  Ilof "Spring's Thursday,, for ' w  treatment for rheumatism.  Alderman W. J. Porter^ wife leftj  Thursday for- a  triD tc Spokane andi  the coast ci ties,: which/,'Vbe'eattended  tpV.Los^AngeJes'^ occupy thiee  months. :  since the last session of parliament  terminated, Bill has has) only been out  ofthe Slocan three times���-once when  :,he went to Vancouver���rat his own expense, with Wm. Cantfell, a miner who  was strcken blind here. Once he  went to Rossland to help organized  labor in Rossland ceieUrate the anniversary of establishment of their union,  and lastly when he went as delegate  from this union to attend the recent  Labor Conventjon at Vancouver.  Three weeks absence would cover the'  whole outfit.      .:- ^  When the eight hour/trouble started  in Sandon, over seven years ago, Davidson had 1 .bank account, but he  spent the greater part of it supporting  the cause he was upholding and the  class that he belongs to. From that  dayto this he has not been aide to;  reconstruct it, and anyone who cares  to examine the payrolls^ of the Hope-  arid Mountain Con riiines here, can  gather abundant evidence that lii<s.|  election to parliament has not relieved  himvrof-;the, 'necessity.\'of earning his  ���bread by-the sweat of His brow. .,  We are all of us yery^grateful'to you  forgiving us1  an  opportunity to nail  this, lie  about  Bill ; Davidson, not ori  'bis' account   al5hef^byt   because we  know bow quickly<an^ac5ept at party  political tactics|wofildrtikie';:-advanta;;'i  of the fact/that it .wasffibt authbri.tivdy  denied, jtp. .injure..^'the^candidature of  ^others who- are fightings/or election on  the'platform',that   hejjdhas   espoused  Such cowardly uhfoun'^d slander) will  reboand^ the -head|ef the political  party thafcounteriahceistor penrJits employment.'   k ;,:^.:.:;;',,.^;:^.';,.,/',  Wherie^eryou .corrie'.j.acrbss the rumor that  Wm.'Pavidsph- made  ore  cent of illicit .dishbnestj capital ou^ of  his.political position, you can bra-id it  as alie with perfect saflty.    He'jcarn*  into this district fifteehfyears ago .w*h  the constrvction of theiroad  that'^on-  nects it with .the  outs^ie world- He  has'been a  resident. ot  this   iistnct  and   a   citizen of thef proving  ever  GREGORY ON  THE PLATFORM  Macdonald, Dsane, Miller and  Mclnnis.  Liberal^ Held Rally on Thursday.  since, entitled to ally.he ripts and  privileges that his cittzenshif entails,  (arid one of these rights|is thahe shall  be a'dju_dged ah honestfrnan'itil proven otherwise. It worries sor< ��f those  opposed to him that they cinot lrf>ve  hirn"dishonest, and it ^wiiiontinue to  worry them for all et|rri  something they wilt.^  to^do.^      v ���.:">: "-cj^Lireiy,  ..:':".5.i A-S^v-;TOHNSTON.  ������:.���.!���'���" . Pet ���>���������.-  for  oe  nt��ie  SM0PC-1U  M.B0UCBER  Citizens .Join   ins Expressing  I   ���. -"    Regrets :  iH^WVl1  ;:        Phoe^j B. C, Jan. 24th.  Editor PhoenijPioneer:���  : Will you giv us spice  in the Pib-  rieer for a sho/ letter le the provincial  election camjaign, now in progress in  this: ridingr  .Until a few days ago the  campaign/hac.'been fne.from personal  slarwer and*abuse, lut how   for the  purpose of injuring kr. John Mclnnis,  theSocialistiandidae, a malicous lie  is being indistrious^  circulated ��� by a  few^of the so-called- Labor Liberals,  and'the folbwing is the story which is  being .peddled:   That * Mr. Wm. David-  sonyi.the Socialist member of tbe legislature fcr the Slocan, was-at th; time  of his election in 1903 a compartively  poor/man, but is now 'living in lixury  on -a'ten-thousand  dollar  ranch near  Victoria, B. C. . Now Mr. Editor,iot-  withstandihg  the fact  that  we krow  that you are not of the same opinbn  .politically   as   we. are, we  also  knew  j that you are at all times animated by a  spirit of  fair   play  and  justice, so  in  that spirit we ask  you   to  publish the  ennclosed letter, which explains itself.  Yours'truly",  J. Chas. Halsev,  R. D. Mitchell.  Sandon, B. C, Jan. 19th.  Dear Sir:���  We are in receipt of yourletter ofthe  16th, which through delay in transmission did riot reach here until this  morning. We have wired you today  a straight denial of the rumor that  Davidson since his election to parliament had acquired property on the  money to acquire it with, and the telegram is signed by a batch of the oldest  timers in the camp. To say that  Davidson owns a $10,000 ranch or  any kind of a ranch whatever in the  province is a: malicious slander and a |  lie so damnable in conception that the  cowardly degenerate who originated it  does  not  dare   to   openly  avow the  deed.  The sole property that Wm. Davidson possesses consists of a lot situated  in the outskirts of this town and unttl  thfe recent fire burned down his unpretentious residence, he lived there exclusively during the time that the legislature rested from its labors.  To say that Bill Davidson is not a  resident,of Sandon .is a lie of such a  rediculously irresponsible character  that it   hardly needs  refutation,  but  Genial  Medico  to  many.  Visit Ger-  - Wednesday evening a citizens'  smoker was given.in Miners'-Union  hal.1 to Dr. R. B. Boucher, who, after  ,a residence of more than saven years  in Phoenix, will leave shortly to take  up special medical and suigical studies  in G-ermany, intending later to locate  in Vancouver. The most prominent  men of Phoenix were present to show  their appreciation of the doctor, and  while they were at it they had a good  time.  Judge W. R. Williams presided over  the informal proceedings, and he  did  it in the most satisfactory manner imaginable, mingling the humorous with  the serious in such a way as  to please  every man present.    In fact, it would  be difficult to find one who could have  performed his duties with more  '"'���  faction.    Short addresses were  songs were sung, and midnight, the hou  for closing, arrived all too quckly.    ��  course, there   was   plenty   of smi  G. S.  J.E.  Ernest Miller,  satis-  made,  r  Ol         , moking  materials, with lunch and something to  wash it down with.  Among those who spoke were His  Worship, Mayor Matheson; Dr. '  Gordon, Dr. W. H. Dickson, Dr.  Spankie, William Spier,  W. X. McDonald, Martin McHale and  Rev. R. A. Heath. George D.Turner  Robert Thompson and C. H. Klood  favored with songs that were much enjoyed, Mr. Flocd making a decided  hit also with a character song. (..has.  King and Harry James did good service at the piano, and the violin was  also well taken care of.  ., In all the addresses that were given,  the prevailing note was one of genuine  regret that the doctc and his wife  should have found it necessary to leave  Phoenix, and thus sever, for a time, at  least, the warm friendships that had  sprung up here with residents of Phoenix.  Judge Williams, at the beginning of  the proceedings, presented the doctor  with a splendid solid leather suit case,  the finest that could be found in Van  couver, with remarks that were most  appropriate. In replying the doctor  was at first non-plussed,tnit soon found  his bearings and warmly expressed his  appreciation of the token of friendship.  Thursday evening iherLiberals held  a rally at the opera house, and their  candidate in this riding,,Herbert' W.  Gregory, of Grand Forks; appeared for  the first time 011 this or any oilier platform. Others that spoke were'J. A.  Macdonald, leader of the ^opposition,  F. J. Dearie, proprietor of theJ&Json  Daily News, l.rnest Miller arid John  Mclnnis," *��� _-.    ���  '   P...PL   Cos-rove,  president ;ot   the  I 'hoeriix Liberal; Association, occupied  the cliair, and introduced Mr: Gregory  a-filie  first  .speaker.      Mr. IGregoiy  niade a pleasant talk, saying ;that   he  was a laboring man  pure and siiriple,  and as a member of a lab6r organization asked -for the votes of the laboring,  cla'ss,i;afKl   stated   that,   if elected, he  wou!<J always be found supporting any  legislation that tended   to, benefit   the  laboring "niau.     lie stated that rumors  ,."iad been current that, having been- an  'employee of the  Granby smelter, he  had   rsked . permission : oP the; local  manager to run.    This he denounced  .<�� false, but said that he had asked a  month off from his.foreman, which had  been granted.   -Later, a   message  had  asked rum to go to the Crabby smelter  office, but  he had not done so, and he  did  not suppose that  he  would  ever  work for the Granby Co. again.'  Mr, Gregory was followed by Francis  J. Deane, ofthe Nelson >"^s. a paper  more widely read   thP"   any   other   in  the interior of Br"-','sri Columbia.    Mr.  Deane attack-^'Ine record of the Mc-  Bride^'ernment. and used the usual  ~ock arguments as a  reason   for  the  a^ernment being   turned down at the  polls, he evidently thinking'���' thV pres-'  ent  government was'.all   that it ought  "Ot .t.O be;-and   tW���^St.T_i,��ie.iu_^.2-.i.;  "merit at Victbna>woaTaJber"TOC^tnBr7'.  ; Then came EnieitMillevof' Grand  Forks, the Conservative candidate, who  defended the McBride goveifimerrt in  everything ' that it had dcose, and  showed how the province is^ioday in  better condition than ever rjeiore in its  history ; had a school system that could  not be successfully assailed, tlie people  paying direct less than in afmost any  other province, and showed how the  railway taxes had been raised 500 per  cent, and that every cent ithat was  legally due had been collected from  the railways.  Mr. Miller also paid his;; compliments to Mr. Deane, the previous  speaker, referring particularly to his  record on one of the Dominion royal  commissions, and to the fact that Mr.  Deane was a member of the legislature  and voted for the payment ot: the Columbia & Western land subsidy, of  which complaint is made by the Liberals. Mr. Miller said that he himsell  hadalways been in sympathy with the  working class, and would consistently  support legislation for that; class, if  elected, of which he had not the least  doubt.  .' The chairman then introduced John  Mclnnis,-the Socialist candidate, who  was received with great applause, Mr.  Mclnnis pitched into the Liberals particularly on- their record, and scored  both parties as belonging to'ciapitalism.  He defended James H. Hawthorn-  thwaite for his stand in the house in  supporting certain measures' to which  the Liberals took exception in the  campaign, and drew a sharp line between socialism and individualism.  He asserted that the record would  show that in 110 part of the world had  a Socialist ever gone back on the labor  ing class in any legislative body, and  he thought this was a record to be  ud of.     He defended the bringing  in his audience. His record on the  ei^ht-hour smelter bill was gone over,  and he thought that he wa* justified in  refraining from voting for" the measure  the first time, owing" to the conditions  prevailing in the province, but that he  had given the jiiealure his support  since then, conditions having chartged  for the heiter.       _  The speaker looked for a sweeping  Liber.il victory;;6rr February 2d, apd  ,a- ked the electors present to support  'the Liberal ticket at the polls.  Lasfevening as the Pioneer was be -  ing printed, Gedrge Goebel, a widel y  known orator in,Socialistic circles, was  'delivering an address in the opera  bouse, in the interest ofthe candidacy  of John Mclnnis. Mr. Mclnnis himself also being present.  ONLY A WEEK  M0RE4FW0RK  Br  Candidates  For   Political  Honors.  AH Three Say They Expect  '   to Win.    ,  Mifriiig Notes  R.,Dafby Morkill ii now'business  manager'of the Providence mine, with  headquarters at the property.  The Dominion Copper Co.' has run  an. electric line tq the Brooklyn mine,  where a 56-h.p. electric pump will be  operated; instead of a steam pump, as  heretofore.  George A. McLeod, who has a bond  on; the Grant group, near Chesaw, is  shipping ore to the Granby smelter.  He is not a little encouraged at the  development and results thus far.  ��� On account of lackof coal, the Dominion Copper C��- wa-c forced to close  the Brooklyn mine this week, and it  probably will not resume operations  till the first of February. The Rawhide is still running, but shipments are  not heavy.  A New York report is to the effect  that the directors of  But one week of the provincial political campaign remains, the voting to  take place on  Saturday, February 2d.  While the  past seven days have been  pretty strenuous for'the.. candidates in  .this ridingi the  next  arid   final   week  will  probably be even more so.    The  man who possesses a vote and has not  had the  glad   hand   from   either   Mr.  .Gregory, Mr. Miller   or   Mr. Mclnnis,  is a curiosny���he  must  be- either  in  jail,   in   the  hospital   or   in   another  country or  district.      Fortunately for  the candidates and   their workers, this  riding .u  not so  widely.scattered  as  some in the province, there being but,  five  polling  stations,   namely, Grand  Forks, Phoenix, Carson, Cascade and'  Bannock, the latter up the North Fork.  So the  candidates can reach them all  with-little. trouble.     And  it -is quite -  apparent  that' they are doing so, and  losing no-time'in doing.it.        ,    ,  il/  From   a  party standpoint, it- seems  an assured thing that the government  candidate will be  returned, * as  everything at this writing^points   that way.  WKile Mr. Gregoryi the Labor-Liberal  candidate, ^fleets   to   believe   that he  will head the poll, it is apparent  that  the  British   Columbia Copper Co. are to meet on Jan- he-will do well if he beats the record of    Mr. Clement three years ago, who was  atUhe foot,    The"Socialists expect  to  poll a larger vote than-atv the last pro-'  yincial election, and they will probably  do so; but-there are  more  voters  in  the riding than before, and more votes  will be cast.    Returning officer H. C.  Kerman will have more ballots to count  than :were, cast - in , the  last provncial v  election.     The   voters'  list  is  being  closely studied,   and  everxiavailablar-  kr-^ "  uaiy z6th to take dividend action  The annual meeting of the,company  will be held on or about February  15th. '  At the  Snowshoe a  force of about  35 men is now employed, which would  be doubled twice were it possible for  the ^smelter to run in full blast. Part  of the Snowshoe ore goes to the British Columbia Copper Co.'s smelter at  Greenwood   and ; the-balance to the  '^.iJ^Xtf^I^^^y^Wi^pv-if^ep"?:'  ' resigned ras ��� soperintendentr" of" the  Providence mines, has with his associates taken a bond ^on the taejl* kViown  Riverside group of galena claims at  Rock Creek, from Benjamin F. Per  kins. The proposition is well thought  of. by mining men, and the amount of  the bond is understood to be in the  neighborhood of $50,090. - ���>. ���  Three cars of ore have, thus far been  shipped to the 'Granby ?melter from  the Grant mine, eight miles from Chesaw, by Supt. McPhee, and shipments  will continue regularly in future." The  ore runs, about 5 per cent copper, with  total values above $20 per ton. The  mine is located at an elevation of  4,700 feet, about the same as Phoenix,  arid has nine men employed.  tartest:Prices .ir-��eu����:'^ '"���-  Nkw York-���Coppeiyelectrolytic,>?4"-  25ia*24 50:i lake.: i24:60% ��25.0uV '"Sv.  ��� Bar Silver, 67% ��� r ?  ���i'l^nil. *600to��6?5.  'A. D. McPhee, superintendent of  .therGront group, near Chesaw, Wash.,  was here yesterday.  R.:H..Karatolsky returned Saturday  from a trip to Spokane;���the train not  getting in till 1.30 a.m.  "Mrs. L. Y.-Birnie returned Sunday  from a month's visit- with .her sister at  Seattle, Mrs. H. E. Kennedy.  W; H. Ude, of Spokane, travelling  passenger agent.of the Northern Pacific, was a visitor here Thursday.  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS  KAMI OF COMPANY.  Cariboo- McKinney���gold���  Grauby Consolidated���copper.  Providence���s-Irer  CAPITAL.  $ 1,350,000  15,000,000  2CO.OOO  Issu ed  1,750,000]  i35.����o  31.000I  Par  $ico|  ��'5  DIVIDENDS.  Paid  1906  Total  to Dale  Latest  Date  $1,620000  !$ 5-16.8371  1.753.63"  38.224  Feb.  1904  I9o6!  Sept 1906!  I'ec.  Amt  rer  Sli  50  rm>p-+p&*��'t>  1 1 1  X  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Hie IoUuxvuik table gives the ore shi  ivoa. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905. for ��9<��. *"  ipmctils  of BoiiudHrv  niMtes  tor  1000. tor   n,o  a \^T. as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  F  other side of  m of speakers from the  the lint; to assist in the campaign, and  stated, as had the other candidates,  that, when he went down to Victoria,  lie would always be found on the side  of the working man. :  Opposition Leader Speak*.  J. A. Macdonald, the leader of  Liberal   opposition,  stage, it   being   the  gentleman  1 lis   first  the  the  that  then    took  first   speech  had -ever made in   Phoenix.  work   was to take up'the re-  eed to  marks of Mr. Miller   and   proc  eces to his own satisfac-  Liberals in the  X  1,076  1.350  teai them to pi  tion and that   of the  audience, giving his version of the sev  eral issues that have been   brought up  by the   Liberals   in this campaign, in  eluding  the  school question, the Col  umbia &   Western  land  grant, better  terms, etc.     The   Kaien   island   deal  was not referred to by Mr. Macdonild.  Mr. Macdonald stated that he c; me  from a   mining   centre, like   Phoe: ix,  his home being in   Rossland, and t at  he had been   elected   three years  with the help of the   labor   vote  had no doubt  but  that he  chosen again in the same way  the statement seemed to amuse some  Mink.     Camp 1900  Grauby Miiic��..Hho��uix   64.553  Suowshoc Phoenix ��J7  B  C. Copper Co  Mother Lode Deadwd 5.34��  U C. Mine Summit 19.4SM  Kmma Summit    Oro Ucnoro ...Summit    Bonnie Belle Deadwood  ���  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyu-Stem..l'huix      Idaho I'hoenix      Rawhide Phoeuix      Suiwet Oeadwood      Mouutn Roue Summit      AtheUtau.WeUinglon      i.aoo  Morrison ...Deadwood      R. Bell��� Summit      Senator Summit      Brey Foulc Summit      No. 37 Summit      Reliuucc Summit      Sulphur Klng....��unimit  Winnipeg.��� Wellington  GoldeuCrown Wellugtu  King Solomon W.Coppr  3ig Copper.���.W Coppr  No. 7 Mine Ceutral  i City of Pari* White's  T  jewel Long Lake  Carmi Wat Fork  Sally West Fork  K ambler ..... West Vol k  Butcher Boy-West Fork  Duncan WestFork  Providence-Providence  Klkhoru Provideuce  Strathmoie .Providence  Preston ..Skylark  Prince lleury....Skytark  Skylark Skylark  Last Chance Skylark  B. P. O. Mine.-.Skylark  Bav Skylark  Mavis - ��ky,lBrt  Dou Pedro Skylark  Crescent _..Skylaik  Heltn Greenwood  Ruby-... Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary FU��  Miscellaneous -   loot  J31.76J  1.731  99.034  47.4��S  650  1903  3=9.858  30,800  141.3*6  14.8H  ��.S3��  -.1903  393.718  71,111  138.079  19.365  H.937  15.537  1904  5*9-703  174,198  37 9*'��  16.400  1505 1906  65',889 S0MO4    8.4-16  174.567 '��4 11��    I.M 1  9.,Sj 12.8S1  3,007 6 40J  3i.350    .65 731  801       7.455     '5.73'  "iJo     '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.        5.646  3-339  875  665  1,000  350  150  5��>  785  AlS  4S1  1.060  890  363  1.435  3070  3.150  :.759  4.586   ���/������  3.450  ill  SUA  33  25.IOS  3.056  4.747  141 MS  2 yfco ���  .b.��i>  4SJ9i>  .1.555  ���907  l ,296  3-12'J  10 963  "561  5 403  1.ill  3. ''35  Past  w.-.-k  S.H5  1.210  3 071  Iftj  ' 379 '  '03  993  400  167  ile  would '��e  thou^ti  3.130  06.000  Tclal.tons   ' Smelter treatment���  Granby Co....-     01.337  B.C. Copper Co   Dominion Copper Co.  Total reduced  '���������������������  So  3456  390,000  130,818  II7.6H  79  716  315  Si  50  300  60  .���50  1.833  .u  150  30  145  535  6S9  255  73  20  40  9��  80  500  Si*  ..30  ��6  76  9  iS  140  20  ���5  589  45  30  joS*7t    690.419   bi9,ho8 933.54s 1.158.991   4H.134    14.S17  i'i uo  ub.boo  401,911  162,913  i31Ji70  5-.i.25i  110.464  30.930  687.9SS S2S S;o  2lo,��V) 121 031  84059   2lS,8ll  26,121  11 210  9.'3'-'  ��,OLO  2.2.SI  67^^48.439   460.940  697^04   837.6C6 9S1S771.168.t2:   47.50S    i5.��i    ;f)  mm  %  1  'iPl  ���'��� '!�����"���*  mm  Ife  mm  S&'r'S  ss.-.w:5  :  tii  lit  lis  ^Jtf^jSJ^flCBM'yBiijw^'^BJT^^ lit;  I  id  U  If  I  dtl  If'  'I  t  I-  f  fi  ?  u j  i:   A Si.  I  if  m  |:  1  K,  $  1  fii  ��#  ?fi  f$  ���V  ^  Mi  M  ���vi*  17 if  !l,  &  ���m >  l#$  �����f  m,  -?���  rtrt  }'���  m  if  IrsM  M?  i  Ls1  ft  1  If  $  I  1$  s f <  r  ii  n  ! iS '  f!  - W**5*l<iiliwv wmufn  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER,  ���m  QUALITY SHOULD ALWAYS  be the first consideration, price  the next.  Remember this if you  are ever tempted to buy goods  which do not bear the brand  The Phoenix Pioneer  And'Boundary Mining Journal J  I��IO��DO����*TDBD*YS BV !����� .  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PBOBKIX. B. C  W. B. WILLCOX. M*N����".  _.���, fc-_.. I Buelneaa office No. 14. *  . Telephone* .j M,nlRer., residence, No. is  ���DBacurrioH* in advarcb.  r*r Tew......  Bfx Month*..  ..Ii.oc  .. i.as  T/YOU are not ��� (ubtct ber to ,tbi�� paper, thl*  li an Invitation to von to become one. >  AdvertiMBK rate* lurniaheo ou application.  Legal notice* le and 5 cent* per line  Fomr ��ecklr Inaertlona constitute one month'*  ��� t��ertataiv  ���  ^07. .   JAN.,  igd'  Sub. M��. Tyii. Wid.,Th��. Fr..   Sit  13    3      4  -   5  f  ,6.     7 ,    8      9 10,.it.  12  1 1j    14    ��5    16-17  .18  19.  ". 20    ai . aa    23 .a*,  as .  . a6  ..r.��vr   28   <2Q - 30-3*' ���  election, and is gaining strength   every  day.  '- Another bunch of politicians invaded Phoenix this week, on a' more  or less still  hunt' for votes.    And, of  Some  two years or more ago, when       *  ���"��   �����'�����    -fiou, 01  a Dominion election was pending the  course, they all claim that they have a electors were told that'under Laurier'.s  CI1TV��   thlfirv T. IU. I"* _'_  when he takes all this trouble to run  once.^mote. He alr'eady<has J. Fred  Hume, the Liberal candidate lor Ymir  riding, guessing, and over his own sig,  nature says he was not prompted to  run by James H. Schofield, the Conservative candidate. John will'(have  his amusement, and this is one of his  .methods.of getting it.., ..   ."  Some way or other, the laboring  men of .Grand Forks,, riding do noi  take, kindly to the nomination of a so-  called "Labor-Liberal candidate here,  one who did not have the endorsement  of a single laborf organization in the  nominating convention.   , .*,  'In the last provincial election Candidate Clement, running,on the Liberal  ticket, .received in .Phoenix just.i31  votes out.of .a possible* 262. -Men  from-the other patties here say they do  not think that Candidate.Gregory, running on the.l abor-Liberal ticket, will  get any more, if he receives as many.  ( The Grits,, are .not now giving so  much attention to the "Better Terms",  issue as a campaign cry, ami jt is well  so,-.for it actsilike a> boomerang. They  the ' Liberal government .at. Qttawa  largely because this provincial govern  ment is not Liberal itself.  British Columbia and its credit undei  make  the dygd-in-the-wool Grit,, wht  Reports from Greenwood are..that believe* the.goVernmemVmus^ he roti  E. G. Warren is  now almost  sure of l,en  because(.it r is  Conservative, take'  HIGH PRAISE  FROM ABROAD  For. the   Existing   Provincial  Government.  London Financial News Deprecates a Change.  The article in the London Financial  ;News on the present British Columbia  .���elections, which has been transmitted  over the Assocociated Press wires,  should be readi and carefully weighed  ,by every business man in this province  by every man interested in the orog  ress ;:l the country, before he decides  how he will mark his ballot on February 2. 'No more able or reliable financial publication than the News ex'sts  jn'. Great Britian,-'and its intimate  lcnowledge of. conditions in the colonies is a guarantee of the soundness  of any advice which it may undertake  to offer.  "The policy," the News says "that  was decided upon when Mr. McBnde  came into power in 1903, namely, a  policy of parly government, has been  most beneficial to the province in ev  ery respect. This is more especially  true as his government set about placing the finiinceVoT the province, which  were badly out of joint, in order by a  thorough and ju'dicious adjustment of  taxation, which had not been possible  under previous uncurtain governments.  Great increase of revenue was brought  about, mmy economic:, m the public  service were efTicted, |.nlil c works  were cut down to .iciuiil n.q lirenu'iu-,'  anti by a geneia'ly careful cmuhici ol  the business of the counir), nu (,n^  has the revenue bet 11' l>ruunliL 'u, ;i  condition which'had been unknown 'n  the"pfevions hiMory of 1I10 provinc ,  but there have of late been MiliMannal  surplusses instead 'Of annual deficits.  Practically every'branih of industty in  the province U' in a prosperous cont;  tion There have been few if an\  changes "in lTws affecting investment.  Labor disputes, which formerly well-  nigh'ruined themining industry, have  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  1  Issues  Drafts  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere.  [. H. HALLETT .ii   ;M   : >i  Barrister, Solicitor,     Notary Pij oZ c.  Cable Address:    - HAI,1,KTT.  VBedfoidM'Nell's   '  Codes < Moielng .t Neat'ii ������  (telber'a.-... . \ .;-..,. ,.\.   \  :',. 'I , ,    Gbkenwoop, B.C.  Savings -  Department  - Deposits of $i.00 and upwards received. Interest  credited twice a year.  3RANCHES  IN  CANADA  CAPITAL  $3,000,000.66  RESERVE  $1,600,000.00  ESTABLISHED  1859.  3    P. 0. Box 56. Phoenix Market. ���   'Phone 2.   <S  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants..  Choice Line of Fresh and Cored,Meats.  Poultry, Fish and flame in Season.  All    Orders   Receive Prompt Attention.  TUCK   COIXINS,  SHAVING PARLORS ,.  and BATHROOM.: ;  Hotel Balmoral r,  _    _  Cor. Flrst& Knob Hill Ave.   PHOENIX, B. C.  Kin^Edward Lodge, No.36  A  F.and A. M.  //ri\     Regular conimiiiilcaUon 8 p. ni.    Sr  I B ���    w"���" t>.r4   fit ������ p<J._  a I* i. ���      . ��� * ��  Regular conimiiiilcaUon 8 p. ni  ond Thursday of each month,'  Kmergent meetings a*c��lled,Ma��oinr  Hall, McIIale Hlock.  H#[lHO[)f)IHip::.'  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  1 CfliLThe must pcrlectly appointed Heal.ti  ��� lid Pleasure Resort iu the West, with a com  pielesystem of llaths���including Turkish ami  Russian '  The curaltv  Mmket8 at Greenwood, Gnmd.ForkM, Midway,  Eholt and. all  the other  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Ih'ndquarter8: Headquarters for Boundary:  NELSON, B.C. ' GREKNWOOD, B.C.      Open the year round   properties or !ts waters are uuequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Mu>  cuiar Trouble*.  Fot Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomacl  iiliuruts  For Kliniluatliig all MetallUFolsaiis from th  System  The grandeur ol the scenery is uurivalln  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,water'alla,  Mating, yachting, Sshiug shooting, escursi. nr  lenu!'. Itajrinter climate ,U unsnrj<a��sed In  mildneiv. ������ HrSLKV .'IcINTOSH   :.   ���  P.oprfHr***  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MUKDOCKnlHclNTYK^ Prop.  35 Horses,   Full   Livery   Equipment,  i, Have taken   over   the   Lumber   Yard  ai d will carry  a  full  stock.  ".fa"      ��W...W��       ...V.        f, -.. ��� ,,   been largely eliminated, and when they  do occur, are  easily   adjusted.    Land  <,���,..���. .. -���. .p.  -..-y   v-ilues  liavc  advanced   tremendously,  know full wellthat British Columbia is  while iv>�� timher industry is experienc-  hot receiving half what it should from  lrtS. an   unP"oedented   era   of pros-  *h*�� ' I .ihpral    crnvprnmpnt    at   Ottawa.    "  . "At this important ^eriod in lhe  history of British Columbia ...|len an  election is coming 'on, when everytir..,,  ; ..-���;    (. ���; ������ '  is-on such'a  sound  and  saiiafor-tory  [, On another,page willibe.noted what  basis in business and  financial circles,  .l!i1 3 .T?^ '. ^_1   XY-......     ,L!.1.n    ..I   'll   .^  nn]n   riaturnl    tHf)t  t  r ... UcUllS   111    uuoiuwa    ��;.\*     i...^..v..��.   ~.. ,  thei London'Financial News "thinks ol'' it is only natural that there shoiild be  ,r  a great  deal of- concern   manifested  snoTncTUe another changein the poht-  ical complexionof  the government or  the province.' - -  another think ���   The -I nf,^���""' ���'~   ���' c"-1' is imP0Ssit>;e, perhaps, for Brit-  fcf **      i Paper -S  ���sh.,nv��a'ors to appreciate all the local  tar enough awav not rn h�� Oo^���.,.j C. -|K���<,-BV.:, .-_���'- ..���'.,'���   ,    .        .     locai  �� enough away not to be affected by, -issue^^^ *$?g��Z^ 52  local politics^ ' ���' tion, but they car, very well appreciate  tharduring the past  few years the ad  UU.Y   WOOD   IN    ANY - QUANTITY  rrotnpt Attention  to   order*  at any, hour of day*or night.  GJvO. K. DHY,  Secretary.  J J. STKL'IZHr..  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWfaHOK LODGli NO ,  Meets e\ery Monday Uveulng  at Miners' Hal  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  John   Mclver,    N. O.  ��*��lt.in Conu, Kec. Sec'y  Win    I'icarU. Per. Fin. accy  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  FuiiiK'ed 18i)2 ��� Iiii'<ir|Miaicd !8!C{  NEW  WE-TMI.NSTI'.K. li.C.  A.   HARRY   HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAVER.   .  'Control and Umpire assayings specialty.   Sam-  1-.     pie* received  by mail or.express, assayed  ... ^    aiid^returns made next day. < brr<.��uodeiice  --  *oliciled,   Oreohippers agent.  GREENWOOD. B. C.  A. D. MORRISON  " JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Time Irurcct.rfor S. P. Sc. N  -  (High Class Goods always in stock )  Gn.i.vn Fok'kk, li.C.  (pHQNE"->       Phoehix, B.C.  Sirt  DrinK   Dry   Gin  \  and.  ^���Dawson's Whi&feey^  \ .  '- S--S   ���  Gree  vrood Iviquoir Go:,Greeuwdod,B.c,  I'rovidt-s a Clirijliun liomt- !��� i hum  snte of !>oth bt'xt'8 Ht miHli-ratr- i��n��-t-  Has a preparatory class for juuiiu hiiuI  enip, doirnj giade pulilic cuIick>I work  Does high school work, confers all lii^l  school privileges, and prepares for teach  era' examinations. Teaches all liranclief  of a'Practical Business Course and give^  Diplomas. GivesVlibe'ral^cducation' n"  its-.Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Coarse for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work-, can take students, through  the'.,complete Arts Course, and tin*'degree of B.A' can be obtained from Tor  onfo Univereity, which the college is ii  lut'affiliation.  ! For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A., B.D , Principals Rev. J. P. Bow"ll, Buraar.  NOTILE.  To'the Board of License Commissioners,  ! �� Phoenir, B. O,  ' NOTICEis hereby given that the undersigned will at the next meeting of the  Board ^'"f Incense Commissioners for tin  Avertfe Prices ot Copper.  ���New York���  Klectrolytic. ' Lake  Month. li)()5    lUt!G       1006       Ii)0C  January...    15 008 I.S.310 15;J2,S 18 410  Hclnuaiy .���   15.��75 17 801)  I5.-I50 18 n��  March     ���< .  J5 2<is 18..J01 J5 360 1S6JI  \l'"l N��I8 18 375 1.--010 18<h8  XIr>' U lil'7 Ift-n?  14.820 IH 7U4  ��"* ���   ��� If ���! S 18 442  14��13 18 710  [n>y    I-i 8��8 18 l.'IO 15 005 18..'85  AngiiHi .  ...  lo(i��i4 18-430 15.468 IS M0  -entfiiiher     16 9iJ5 10 140 15.07 10-'uo  OctohiT   10.270   lti;<32  November ..  16 6!)0      10 758    December... 18 328    "    ..18 308  Year J6.500  15.699  -        MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���   ,   ,        '    >otic   '  ni???��0rE?ela^.d' ^nk of England Fractional,  Black Bear 11 actional Minerar Ola.-m*. situate.  Columbia" k8 M   iug Dlra,���� ol British  Where located���Greenwood Camp  o���I^.K? N?,TIC5 ,h"' *��� Dav'd Whiteside, as  SSf-w forothe. t,rtt,lby Consol dated Mm.ug,  Smelting & Power Conipat.%. Limited tree  mri"e? ��rtlfica'e No. B 9 or3. Intend, sixty days  alter date hereof, to apply to the Mid ng'Recorder for a Certificate ol Improvements fof the pu?.  ??ff...       taml��* ��� Cr����'�� Oraul ofthe above  And further take notice that notion, under stc-  sure thing.  Kingston, Jamaica, was -visited by  a terrible earthquake. That is not a  patch, however, to the shaking up and  Liberalgoverninent prosperity .was as  sure'd, and, therefore the Liberals  should .be returned to power. The  same argument should hold good in  the present provincial election. British  shaking down the Liberals will receive IA ,     .-    in the province today week Columbia-was never so' prosperous as  under. the���present .McBride Conserva  tive government..  The Nelson News continues to publish, all kinds of outlandish rumors of  how the election will go. But, knowing the source, they are discounted in  advance by the thinking public.  Provincial papers are now filled w"ith  election .-natters, but in another week  the country will be saved once more  from the hands of the spoilers, and  business in generalwill settle down' in  the old prosperous groove  At the last Dominjon election the  Liberal candidate in Grand Forks riding, William Henry Pope Clement,  only saved his deposit' through .the  liberality of the Conservatives when  the ballots were counted. This time  the Grit candidate is not hkely to do  as well as Mr. Clement did.  If W.-.W.^McInnes is correctly  reported from Rossland, he stated on  the platform there last week, that he  did not need  the  labor vote  in  this  campaign  anyway,- and  d-d -not care  whether he received it  for the Liberal  party or fiot.    If ,his ;s a Ir|Ithfu,  re.  port, there is little doub^lW "that the  labor voter 'will-bear Uis'-in"-mind  ���when going-to the-polls-next Saturday  ���in Rossland a��r=wellas in the rest or  the province.   ,.      -   <  ministration of the country's affairs has,  been conducted-oh'sound and successful lines, and that this fact alone constitutes a strong argument in favor of  leaving well alone, I��� all conipeten.  and well informed 'business and financial circles, there is agreement that no  change should take place at this m'o  ment, when so. much, depends upon  Uie settled and prosperous conditions  Much   attention is,   ,in  continuing:  '<s/iX&��h  If You Do NofciRead 'if,e,  PHOENIX PIONi^R  ,   4nd}Boundary Mining Journal  .City vo;f;Phoenix^ppl>,.f..r-a transfer of ��^%��&^^������:M e*"""  a retail liquor licensti'irraiited in/i-cpect I Dated this 99thday ofnovmhIh r. a r> 1506  ofthe Knob'Hill Hote', First Stieet.- A���.,��� /-���,. ... ^ k ��� " w��iTtsn>K;  Phoenix.'-B  O. from-W.J   M���rri-.,t, a.wl   A,wSiiS7. '"I Sl?"^���.Con^��''����'.1 ."Minn,  Phoenix,;B O. from-W.J. Moni-oti and  Jatnesi Aliderson toMarnes'MeAidre and  James Anderson.  Dated at Phoeiiiir, B. C, this 5th day of  ���   - Novfinber, 1006.  ', \V.   J.    MORKI'-ON,  i . . Jajiks Andkhson-.  ����@&��sm  (^N^DIANvH  :V'1>A<3FJt"m  bmeltnig  & Power Com puny, Limitid,  r        .       T��     ,   ���V"J   �������������"=��nun   is,   ,in   -?  ������   11       _| .j ��  &&!$rS��rte ���t I  Y��U ^""���P update on.the..pPgresa j  prises ai-e being set on. foot in .London   I, OI the, ' |  Great Boundary,1 Mining District?!  In British,,Golumbia.'  Some newspapers think it good politics and good'policy to continually  and persistently misrepresent meetings  that take place in the campaign. Such  antics do not fool the voters a litilibit. The views of an extremely parti-  zan daily or weekly are always dis-  In an effort to make a showing in counted anyway. A dignified report  thisndmg, at the bidding of Duncan of the meetings just-as they occur  Ross, M. P., the Liberals sent for the; wh��her favorable or .otherwise to rii/  prises ai-e being set on, foot in.Liindon  looking to "the further "extensive devel  qprrent   of-.its" resources.'      Without  1 knowing a���y reason why   ilie.govern-  ���ment with^a good record of three year-  should bUremo^'d, it ��ould   -eem   to  be a great   mistake if it   were not returned to'power with ^largely inCre��i,  ed majority. .In   this, way t|le  Kreai  hopes which are entertained in  Great  i-Britain for the prosperity and  success  of the provmce'will be arsured.    One  hears a   great deal   more about  thi-  northwest   provinces   of   Canada   in  tnese days than about' British Columbia  owing ' to the rush of settler, and  Bri,&��r ,"��� 'tnd%,,Ut the "guns for  ;Bruisli Columbia show most remarkable advances.  '' "The product ofthe mines in 1006  was approximately ��26,000,000 0/18  perceilt OVer tgo^    Jn ���  Columbia, for the first lime in the history of Canada, led all   the provinces  .in the value of its fisheries.    The out  put.of timber and  agricultural   i���dus  .tries  ��>�� a ed   even   more   remarkabl,  .expansion      The revenue of the prov  ince. u-.ln^h ��,n.   <r. t~, .   - r"uv  The boundary has produced oie valued at nearly  $20,000,000 ��� in a little oven six yeirs, and in ,7906 its  output is expected .to. be, $6,ooo,coo.    It  lias   three  modern smelters���one of them thelargest in Canada   and about zo shipping mines, serding out some 4,000  tons of copper-gold ore> daily.  The Pioneer is entirely.. different from -any other paper.f  It is published in the ,hart of this marvellous  mineral belt at only $2 per annim. To any one interested here it is worth five times as much. Make all  money orders pa>able to  PIONEER  PUBLISHING  CO.,  o���     , PHOENIX, B. C  bample copy sent on application  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ,,    . r-OTicK.  'MoiitioiiePrartioiiRl ' Mint-n.1 e'n m.riilml. in  tlie Oi.emvocxl Mini  y. U i i^ion    ' Vn c l)i��-  " r   i?i* ^t"e lo"t*d' DeAduoo-  rftinu.  MmerN   Ortlficnte.No    190-.. o    intnit   slxv  R o r<Ur r.r n Cntifiviite of    mpr. v.,��  ,,t    f ?  ?i.oreu?;���cf �����"��':"��'�������� c,.,wj, 0���,,. ���f &  ' And rnrtiicr takciolit-c 11. t net f>i, lt,i,!er fer-  1I0.1 j'. limit 1 e con mere .1 l,rf���r. h" ^u " e  >ir*ncli i-ertifirHte of Improveni- ::l.  Oat, d this :9i|i day of li. c. ml) r.     D   1506     '  5" -lOKliIJS  M.  KUKHY.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  IMPROVED  PACIFIC COAST  SERVrCE ,  l.-ave Nels- n 7:30 ji m. t!.,ilj  Airive V.mmuvei 1 1:50, r.oor  S. S. PRINCESS VIC! ORI A  Arrive Victoria 6 j> 111 ,  OKE NJCHT K.V |. OU'IK  Connecting viiili ....������  S. S. PRINCESS BEATRICE  VICTOKIA-.^Ai'Tt.-r'  Board for- Hoys mid Girls from ��  3fo   6 years old $ jo a month: %  over 6,  $8.                                 - <&   ������ w  The Church Home for   Children,   ';,  307 Empir! Ave.,  Lldgtrweod I  w SPOKANE. WASH.   *  Phoenix Shoe Shop  titular leader of the  opposition, J. A.  W^'s politics,.will win more respect   ln.?fvW,ich w'*s $',606,000  in   ,00,   ���  Macdonald,   of   Rossland.    there  is and carry ,nore;"��>nvjctioif:-; Take^the ^--e ?PP^xima,eIy  $3.ooo,ooo  fo7   ~  .   ../���Iv.i,��--n.:,.,"��'-.-,-'      K.eifte the current year. , Lands  and  forests  for the present fiscal year will   turn  ,n  |^p,ooo,   as  against' $200,000   in  little reason, however, to think that his  Nelson' :Daily :News>J for   example  visit in the Boundary helped the cause -WhJ,e.'������ edi.toriaiopiriions may������'be re  to any material extent. ppected, its ;political: news  is--'.utterly' ���-  When Ernest Miller was nominatewS*"^'^ ^hk^ '"^'& the ; "British Columbia has had so many  atthe Conservative conventi���:SfcZi^tt '^^ ^^V^Jl^J-^: ^ Si  ���tding, there were some   who Jhoufiht'       ' '  STANDARD SLEEPING CAR  NELSON FU CAN   CITY  Berths, $1.00; can be occupied 9 p. ni.  A. T. TTJRANO. Prop.  ,- .Boots and Shoes made to or  der, first-class work guar-  'anteed,   ^Miners'' /Boots   a    ���>������  specialty, guaranteed water  '���-'proof; ��'-  FlKtSireel . 0pP; Knob Hill Hotel  Phoenix, B. C.  D. J. (A^IatlTi^soo  SIRE, ���   MFEll  AIXD  -����,�������� durance .noent ACt?roE--  FIDI-.UTY ��� BONDS, p      "  COMMISSIONER   FOR   TAKING   AFFIDAVITS^   G^B&  he would have a hard time getting  ��� lected. But in the last week or two  Miller stock has been going up, and  there is now little doubt but that he  will win out and sit'with the increasing  majority at Victoria-on March 7th.  John Houston, 'the stormy-petrel  ���AnrBr??'^ ���'*-">��'-of the Pioneer  Annjal to.ypur distant, friend, you'll  gve 4i,m an adequate idea of the  .Boundary tcountry.���  allintereMedinitsAvelfare.Snregre  to,seeanv change'politically, or other  wise,.that might check thii splendid  economic progress," f.��iuiu  PHQENlXy/Bia)  For.rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  A.!\V;.Halev, E^JVCoyle,  ,.     Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  ,-.���. Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C  .Ji SXarter, D.P.A   Nelson. BC  Httepttal Doaatioog  Lidt of Donationaireceived sint-f Jan.  let, 1905, to the Plioenix-General Ilot-  pital: "."'".".'.'  caRhiio....1...'.:.'..;...; ��� ���     ,,  Cash fs.....���. ..." -"-"��������� J- ". Macaulay  Book'&ie ::.::::t.z:'" "'"A"w'iT'rfrrv  Ca��h fro..   Cash. Jas:  Spring &  Maple av  ^rtnyc'ot:::::::.'':;:"'"''' C">ad>*n-K����* ^m co..  apleqyruri "���""������' '���A'B' Hoed-  -pic. yrup���.���.��� ���; -A__.���.A Friend  A Jama,can,K ����'|S^^  Mrs. ,^jiael.":Har^:wtfe.';of''-tfle  superintendent of the.Cart Service at  KinaefAh      T;^.: .     .*%�� _     .. ���       MV  of Nelson" politics, has come ,\l ih> ^Per,"tent^nt of theCart S  way (rem Go^ Nev., to tl anfe^��^'hS ^ *  oth^fall  out  of the political  game, N��d Chamberlain's C^i^ISmedSg  andjys nominated as an independent I co"sbs, croup  and "whooping cojU  candidate in the Ymif riding.    John is 11    i";.^? it v?ry Kenefirial!    She  a fighter from away back, and he cer-S'��?Sout"?K,Sw'^'W  tainly^must, have old scores to payoff, lhome.^13^ aH 5^^" .'\ her  M    '^ w?�� are a con*Mt care in  FJlWrWrnter. weather.     They ��� Jfi  . catch cold.    D0        tnow flW gj. **��  Onsu^on Cure, the Lung T^Zl  What* ha* done for ��, many?   h U S3  J.   McDonald.    Ptop. |  S35S&WA'3|J EverytWiig New  many?   It is said  _   ��� m.= umy reuaole remedy for al  l^e, of the air p,^^ i��� ^children I ���  h �� ab*>Ju,ely harmleTLd pleianMo   f  ^returned     The pnee is 25c. '     '     ���'  ond all dealers m medicine sell  ..El**   ', v. Thj^ remedy should be In ��v��y U....I-^ I \  CARRIAGES    AND    OTHER    RIGS  HORSES .AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  HUNDRED; CORDS OF DRY WOOD:;  I Delivered, to any 'part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A stare of the public  I patronage solicited     'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  Application to Transfer   Liquor License  NOTICE ie hereby given that I intend  (to apply, at the next meeting of the  Board of License Gommissionera of the  Corporation of the City of Phoenir, B I  O.i for;the transfer o' the license to self  Jiciuorevat retail on the premises known  as. the Central Hotel, corner of Second  street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix. B. 0., now held by me, to Axel Lil-  Dated at Phoenix, B..O.,'tliis 20th dav  of October, 1900.        ; y  5t   (Signed)  AUGUST /ACKSON.  o!a,r:?nne!,"'"DreM','^'6��"a"^^   : ��� F. Buckles*  THE  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, ^Manager.  . A pencil mark here m/mw  is a reminder that voureub-  ocription to thla paper is  now past due, and the pub-  lislier 5will appreciate your  proinptattention* ���.<   ffi8p"  The tcddia? W of i loofeup  Special Rates to Commercial Men  ���   Good Sample Rooms*    -  i����HJ��W).*��W��W��|ltfSA,1,0W.jCM^(VnftyWM[,Mj  'tew^jMi^ffl!^^  fS3  ��  -<i  i<  F   '1  -a  r  t>  r  I   I  ������1  f   #  i  1 ?  i i  !���.  r  ^1  1  1  "1  M  !  1  .i  \i  r     1  t  f :i  i  $  1  M  3  i  3  i  1  1  '1  1  afiBewtetefe  WB&^ssBwmikmnmBi s  ���  r  H  \  li  Si  3  [1  ��� ^  ^i  ���  i  -��  i  *  Neglected Colds ^ Consumption  GRANBY, 1906,  19,779,000 LBS.  Copper   Fine     Production  The   Company.  of  Manager Hodges Gives Interesting Details.  MRS. ADDIE HARDIN!  PROBABLY every case of consumption boglns with a cold.  Consumption la generally clasBcd ns  a hereditary dlseaso, but consumption  la not hereditary.  A constitutional weakness is inhorl led  which renders ono li.ablo to consumi>-  tlon.  Even pooplo -who havo strong lungs  may acquire consumption from a cold.  Mrs. Addio Ilarding, 121 W. Brighton  Ave., Syracuse, N\ Y., writes:  "I have been a user of Peruna for the  last twelve years and can truthfully  say that theru is uo better medicine on  earth.  ' >'With mo it is a cure preventative for  colds and many-  other ills. In my  home can always  bo found a   bottle  MRS. MARY MEYEB.  | Mrs. Mary Meyer, Thomson avenue,  ncar.Shell Road, Wlnfleld, L. I,f N, Y.,  writes:  "1 have been annoyed with a cough'  for yonrs.  "Of Lou it waa so bad that I could not  sloop    half    the p-aMawa.  night.   Manypco- I   CONSUMPTION  plo thought I had'B   WAS "FEARED.  consumption. l*^^^������m_hi  "A woman recommended Peruna to  mo two years ago. I began to take  Poruna and now I am perfectly free  from a cough.  ���f.    "A SURE  PREVENTATIVE.'  of Peruna.   Two or three times a year I  am troubled with my throat.  "I always bad to have the services of  my physician two or three times in each  case.  "Although a user of Peruna, I never  thought of taking it for my throat until  about two years ago.  "I tried Peruna to check it, and to my  great delight I'wad not troubled with  the smothered and choked feeling and  never h����vo since.  ;��'I   ca��i   check   it  every   tlmo   with  Peruna.  "I certainly -.rould not bo without |  Peruna one minute."  "I am glad to say that Peruna cured  me entirely. I take Peruna occasionally when I do not feel well and I also  give it to my children.  "Peruna is tho best medicine for  coughs and colds. I have told many  people how much Peruna has helped  me." '  A neglected cold Is a well-worn path  to consumption.  Many a person catches cold and pays  no attention to it.  He scarcely, recovers from the first  cold when ho takes the second.  Still he gives it no heed, and possibly  takes another cold, and bo on.  Ho doses himself with bromides,  quinine and various expectorants.  His case is catarrh, at this stage, and  his case should be treated as catarrh.  A common cold is acute catarrh.  Finally, if the cold 1b allowed to con-  MRS. FRANCES WILSON.  ' Mrs. Frances Wilson, 82 Nelson street,  Clinton, Mass., writes:  "Had yon seen me at the time of my  Illness and now, you would not wonder  that I take delight in sounding the  praises of Peruna.  , "My ailment was a severe cold which  attacked the bronchial tubes and lungs..,  : "I followed your special directions and 1  after using six bottles of Peruna I was  on my feet again. " '''  "I think Peruna a wonderful medl- '-i  cine." \ :;���.'  ��� All colds, coughs, bronchitis, laryngl- -  tis and tonsilitis should be treated as'  catarrh, as they are in reaiity catarrh.  .'��� The success of Peruna in relieving  these cases entirely depends upon the-:-  fact that Peruna is a catarrh remedy.  ���f It relieves catarrh wherever located  In the system.   Whether in the throat,  bronchial tubes or lungs.  It    has   saved   a  I tinue, it becomes chronic catarrh.  Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1967.  CONSUMPTION'    multitude of peo-  PREVENTED.       plo from eonsump-  "���"���������������������J tion  by  eradicating catarrh before it reaches tlie lungs.  ' The tendency of catarrh of the throat  or head is to spread downward to the  lung's. '-.���' ��� . '   .     ������'������'''.  ; If taken in time, Peruna will prevent  these cases.  : We have in our files many testimonials from  people  who  thought   they  were .victims of consumption, but have.f  been ' permanently    relieved   by   the'  faithful use of Peruna,  thus showing,  that catarrh was really the cause of,  their ailments.  Only Perfect Emulsion!  Any well made emulsion of good Cod Liver Oil is  good as far as it goes, but if it lacks Iron it is not a  perfect emulsion, because Iron is even more necessary  and more valuable-than the oil.v  Ferrol is not only made of the best Cod Liver  Oil, but it combines with the oil Iron and Phosphorus  and is the only emulsion that contains Iron at all.  Moreover  ERR O L  is finer, more palatable and easier to digest than any  other ^preparation of Cod Liver Oil. Anyone can  take Ferrol; few can take Cod Liver Oil in any  other-way.         /;.;   -  Every intelligent person knows that three of the _  greatest remedial agents; known to science are God i  Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus.   To get them in   " |  combination and.;in; proper proportion you must have i  Ferrol.- There Is no other way.  Sufferers   from    Anaemia, " Bronchitis,   Chronic j  Coughs and Colds. Lung Troubles of. any kind,  Nervous Prostration, Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia,  General Debility, Loss of Weight, Whooping Cough,  Croup, La Grippe or any of the ailments known as  wasting diseases, can take Ferrol with the confident  assurance that it, will cure them if a cure is possible.  Dangers of a   Cold and How to Avoid Thsm.  ;���' Morqfatalities1 have their origin in  or result from a cold than from any  other cause. This fact alone should,  make people more careful, as there is  no danger whatever from a cold when  it is properly treated in the beginning.  For many years Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy has been recognized as the  most prompt and effectual medicine  in use for this disease. It acts on nature's plan, loosens the cough, relieves  the lungs, opens the secretions and aids  nature in restoring the system to a  healthy condition. Sold: by all druggists. _______  ! Your friend in the east will appreciate a subscription to the Pioneer,  and just now it win include the 82-page  illustrated Pioneer Annual.   All for $2.  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 sote  nipples.    Sold by all druggists.  A. B. W. Hodges, local manage* ol  the Granby Consolidated, was recently  applied to by an eastern financial paper, for details of the last year's pro  duction,' etc., of his ; company, and  furnished the following interesting par  ticulars:  ':, "The   copper   production   of   ili<  Granby Co. for  1906 was  19,779,000  pounds;'   This is considerably short ol  what'we  ought   to   havefproduci-d, a>  during  the   months  of October,  November, and December, our 'tonnage of  ore smelted was.cut way down, on nc-  count of the coal strike of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal Co., and although this  strike was settled in   December, ii was  of su<h a long duration   that  a   great  many of the coal 'miners  went  awaj  arid   they are not  able yet to give   us  sufficient for our wants, but hope to do  so by the first of January.  j   "We have eight^ blast furnace?, and  two   of them- are   large ones; that is,  they are 48 inches  by 208  inches  at  the tuyers, and the six are 48   by 168  inches.     We decided   last   summer 10  enlarge all  the: six small furnaces by  the simple addition of one more jacket,  which' makes   thelFurhace 48  inches  by 208 inches long.    We have three  of the six furnaces^ now enlarged, and  hopeto have the other three enlarged  some  time  in- February,   which   will  make our daily capacity anywhere from  3Jodo.tons   to   3,300   tons, or  about  1,000,000 tons a  year,-which will give  us   a  copper  production of from 25,-  000,000   to    30,000,000   pounds   per  year.  "Of course, with, the enlargement  of the furnaces, more blowers will be  necessary, and we are installing two  large ones, of the Connorsville type,  each having a capacity of 30,000 cubic  feet per minute. These will be operated by electric motors.  "We have also increased our converter plant by another converter stand,  having three now, and it gives us a  converter capacity of 30,000,000 to  35,000,000 pounds.a year.  , "We have also under erection a steel  furnace : building which we are just  about completing, which is about 90  feet across and 300 feet longl This is  to replace the , old! wooden furnace  building whiclV we have torn; down.  ; "At the mines, while we tiave shafts  and tunnels sufficient.for mining and  crushing 3,500 tons a day, we have  been sinking a new three-compartment  shaft in a more central position which  will be in operation in about a month.  This will give us; additional capacii)  for hoisting ore."       ...  Ross tins Not Time.  The Great Northern have been hampered hi the running of trains between  Mo! - . 1 il Midway because of the  neg.uct cf the Ottawa government to  make provision for placing collectors  of customs win re required along the  boundary line. Possibly Duncan Ross  hasn't"tlmo to bother with these in-,  significant matters pertaining to his  constituency, being more engrossed  with the .weightier affairs of his party,  such as the removal of p. pioyincial  government in'���";. British Columbia that  is not just to: their, liking.��� Hedley  ���G.izelttv. ....-: : . ������''.  Cut this 1 u and lake 11 to any drug  store and get a tree sninp'c of Chani-  beil.n'iVs Sti'inaeli and Livi-i Tablets.  ' 1'hese tablet'; aie far supeii -r to pills,  '> i..'u e.isiei 10 lake ffnd -nr.io plia-ant  in effect. They correct disniders of  ihe ftoiiiaeli, liver:and bowels". Sold  by alT'd'tiitiuists!' V  3   '.':���  The Ufarsii Block  is how I'.pcn as." a Fu.->i Class  Rooming House'. Panic, 'desiring quiet comfortable rimnis  will do well by applying at once,  ! said the cook;  *'As I go * by the book'���  I said  lit  J. V. O'Loughlin  I  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your   supply   of   Fire   Wood,  either   for   immediate  use   or'for the  future.    All orders promptly'filled.  I    Greenwood StagC  LlIlC  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  Standard Time  CKNKUAI.    SANITARY    AND    SCAVENGER  WORK DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.  Prompt" Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S�� McCAGUE, Proprietor.  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phber.ix.  D. L. Mclntomincy  City Scavenger,  TKf .No. H32. PHOENIX, B.C.  MINERAL ACT.  Cetificate of Improvements.  NOTICE^  "WOOnsTOCK" Mineral' Claim, situate in  the Greeimccxl 'Miiiiiig Division ol Yale District  Where locBt A ��� Grrriiwood camp, in the.  (Jrceiiworcd Mining Division' of Yale Distiict  TAKE NUTICE that I, Adolplie Sercu, Free  Mlnei '6 Certificate No. Bto7,s, intend, sixty days  from date herfoi. to apulv to the Mining Re  corder (or a ' ertificate of Improvements, lor the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above  claim  And  further take notice that   action, under  section    37.   must    b��   commenced  before the  issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.  :   Dated this Sth day of October, A. D. 1906.  5 AD ;LPH SERCU.  MINERAL ACT.  The Grip.  ��� Before we can sympathize with  others, we must have, suffered ourselves. . No one ..-an realize the suffering attendant upon an attack of 'lit  giip, unless he has had' the actu.il experience. There is probably no disease that causes so much physical am:  mental agony, or which so succes-fu'U  defies medical aid. All danger i'iom  the grip, however' may be avoided, h  the prompt use of Chambeil.iin'!-  Cough Remedy. Among the tens ot  thousands ol" those who have used this  remedy, not one case has ever been  reported that has resulied in pneumonia  or that has not. recovered. For sale  by all diuggists.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "May" Mineral Claim, situate in Uhe Green.  ivooti Mining  Division of Yale District.  Where located ��� Greenwood camp, In the  flrtremvood Mining Division of Yale District.  TAKE NOTICE that T, Adolplie Sercu. Free  Mil er's Certificate ,No.. B2075,>lor myself and  Joseph Heflg-s as agent, Kree Miner's Certificate  No Rk��8-intend. MXtv.dai.s .from date hereof,  to apply to the Minii g Recorder for a Certificate  ol Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown  (Iraut  ol  the above cla m.  And.lurther tak;"n- tice tbac acton, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Da'ed  this 8th day of October  A   D  1906.  5 '   AliOtl'H SKRt U.   '  tn^m^n *r^��*r�� o��<*�� o>��-<* o��^�� ��r>����<�� ��^>��  REMEMBER  Each dose of Ferrol contains a full medicinal dose  ; of Iron and in no other way can Iron be properly  administered.  Ferrol holds the record for increasing the weight.  Ferrol contains neither alcohol,." dope " nor dan-  j gerous drugs of any kind.  1 ' Ferrol is the Ideal Infant Food.    If your baby is  not thriving, give it Ferrol and watch it grow.  FERROL is not a patent mystery.    The formula is freely published.    It is prescribed by  the best Physicians.,  It U endorsed' by the most eminent Medical Journals,  prominent Hospitals, Sanitarium*, etc  S OUR COPPER CORNER?  MATTERS  OF   INTEREST   TO   THOSE  COPPER   MINING  INTERESTED  INDUSTRY  IN    THE  J. B, BOYLE, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, PHOENIX, B. C,  TE1VTII  A.NNTJAL  j<| ���>���<�� C^��<* ��^��<^   ti^��0  1 Lasl Year's Copper Oulput.  j     Estimates of the copper production  1 during 1906 show an increase over the  1 figures of the  preceding   year  for   the  North American continent  of slightly  in excess   of 100,000,000  pounds, or  about   10   per   cent.    Fuel   famines,  floods and  other   unusual   conditions  operated   lo   reduce  production quite  . -   (Considerably,    especially   in    Arizona,  It is used in.   whjch( however, shows an increase of  45,000,000 pounds, divided as follows :  Copper Queen,   15,000,000;  Calumet  & Arizona and allied   properties,   12,-  000,000; Old  Dominion,   10,000,000;  United Verde, S,ooo,ooo.    The totals  for the several states and territories, as  compiled by the Boston News Bureau,  are as follows :  SUte producing.        1996. lt>3- I��c. lbs.  Montana 360,000,000  ^,248,935  Arizona 285,000,000 44,523,000  Michigan... -225,000,000 *4,000,000  Utah    60,000,000  iva  FIVE   DAYS  8fei>�� 12,8 3, 14,15 and 16  S Oraud Trophic sand $>,ooo la Prizes,        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-ot-Wor and other Interesting cvcnLi.  Reduced railway rates on all Hues For further particulars apply to  J.8. C FRASERi God SaTe the King. E, ADAMS,  PHIMSDBNT. Shchbtabv,  California ���  Tenn. and So.  States    Colorado ....  Ida.,Nev. and  Wyoming...  New Mexico,-  20,000,044  17,006,000  10,000.000  3,000,000  4,633,000  2,345.������  595,000  500,000  6,500,000  -6,ooq,ooo. 300,000  Alaska     6,ooc,ooo     1,000,000  Total U.S. 995,500,000 78,856,935  Mex. product r4o,ooo,ooo 20,000,000  Canada ....    50,000,000    2,500,000  Produced.. 1,185,500,000 108,857,000  ���Decrease.  Only 5 Per Ceut Copper Increase.  P. A. O'Farrell, a newspaper man well  known in the Boundary and in the  west, and also well versed in the copper situation, recently made the fol-  statement    regarding    the   probable  5  ��Lf��<3   ��>���<>   O'SO   0-*^�� ���!>���  increase in product for 1907:  '���The world's production of coppet  for 1906 approximated very tinsel)  1,500,000,000 pounds, of which North  America produced all but 500,000,occ  pounds. The world's consumption o:  copper was greater in 1906 than tin  production, thereby causing a fa.-niiu  at the close of the year.  "The 1907 output should inca-aM  about 5 per cent over that of thu )v;r  just closed, while all industrial devel  opments promise an increase in con  sumption of at least 10 per cent. In  other words we shall have an increase-  of 75,000,000 pounds in production  and a consumptive demand 150,000,-  000 greater than in 1906.  "In the face of such startling condi  tions copper, the metal, must sell higher than a: present. It is unfortunate  that it should be so, but until the new  copper mines of Nevada, Utah and  British Columbia come into the field  as producers, a famine will continue.  ^"Butte Coalition ought to double its  output in 1907; and Davis Daly should  be equipped and become a great pro  ducer before the close of the current  year; so ought the Balaklala. Heinze's  Ohio mine in Utah should multiply its  production five-fold in 1907, but I can  see no possibility of the present copper mines supplying the demands of  the world for the next three years  "Many European furnaces have already closed down through their inability to secure copper. It musl, however, be remembered that the cost of  tin, zinc, and lead has also doubled and  trebled in recent years, and it is idle  to attempt to place a limit on the prices  to which these metals and copper will  eventually go."  r THAT  NASTY   TASTE.  In your mouth, and the dull rundown feeling, with occasional  headache,  MEANS  Indigestion  Your stomach and liver are out of  order, your blood is being filled  with impurities, and worse will  follow if you neglect this advice :  TAKE  Mother Seigel's  Syrup  60c. per bottle. Sold everywhere.  A. J. White & Co., Montreal.  Clothing I  - 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. KN0B HiLLRAvi.BpuoENix.  ���  ���-���-���  * Phoenix Bee*  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 foi  quality.     Insist  on   having  PHOENIX   BEER.  Spring Water Ice for Rale. Bottled Beer and Porter.  Phoenix Brewing Company  ���   BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery, Banner St. PHOENIX, B.C.  ��� ���-����-���-������:.��� ��� '0'���-���-���^���in', ��� �� ��� �� ��� m-0-9r��-��-e-��-  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  !  1  t  i  1  I  ill an 1   necessary  1. ���  anil   its   Ian-may?   i.c  X  A practiral lmV-5 of tifar'y 1 tln-i^ui-l paae". n-sofnl   to  iiiuat men uii^ii^u.I.in any b a.n-ii <ii t  c Cjppii' in liitry.  Its fii'-ts will pass*   intiptt'r with   the   trained  scientists  pas-i|v uniW=tO')il"by the every-day mm.  ft i* a iloze'i 1) i-^Us in <>ui>, coveriug   the   Flis'ory, Usps,   Terminology,   Go-  raphy,'tjeology, Chemistry, Mineralogy^JVfetallurgy,   Finances anil   Statist it &  :  i'opp" r  It iiivi'S the pla:n f;ii:t.- in phiin ICngli-li without iViir or favor.  It. list.-* 'inil ilfsrrilies 3.819 nipper mines ami companies, in all parts of '  tvorM, ilfserintioMS mnnins: fr >ra tw > lines to 12 p.i^e.s, acconlin^ to imporhi :  >f the proper!v.  The CWl'i'KI;  IIANIilti'OK is con.-e.le.l to lie ihe  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  The miner needs tlie hook lor the facts it give-3 liiiu abuut mines, minii g a  metal.  . The investor nee !s the hook for the facts it gives him   ab>ut  Mining  love-.:  mentp and ��'oppiir Statistics.    Hundreds  of  Swindling  Companies  are  CKjts  in plain Knsilish.       ���  friue is $5 .in Buckram, with gilt top ; $7.50 in full library morocco. W  be sent fullv prepaid.on approval, toanv address ordered, and may be ret'.nn  within a-week m rPTsrrrtrifiiot fonn 1 fully Hati-sfartory.  HORACE J. STEVENS,  36  Post Office Block.  Houehton    Mich.,  U.  S.  A.  Nominations For Provincial Election of February 2d, 1907.  OjNSTITUEnCY-  ���vlT RINO   MEMBER.  Allm���\)r.  Vounj: (C"H.)   AUifini���Win.   Mitrieon    (Con.)....  Caiihoo���J. Mm pin (l.iti.)   2 1 S'.-U! ���II.   I'liu-S   (l.ih.)   Chilliwhai k���C." W. Mumo (l.ih). . .  C.lumbia���W. ('. Wells  (l.'k)   C in x���R. G-ant (C n )   l.'.>w:ch:u:���J    N. Evaiis (I .iii.)   ....  C' .nhriiok ��� |)r. Kit>'_; (l.ili.)   D-.-lt.i-|oh:i O.iwi (l.il.)   D'wdiuy��� R. M-'Uiiilc (Oui.)     . . .  I'.-ij liin.il:���C.   lv   I'liuh-y  (Con)....  Feinie���W   R. Ross (C.n.)   Giand I-'niks���George l-'ras-r (Con.)  Greenwood���f. R. Brown   (Lih.).   . .  M.inds���T. W. I'ateison (Lib.)   Kamlof-ps���F. J. Fulton (Con.)   ....  Kaslo���R. F. Green  (Con.) {John Keen.  libekai..  John Irving   H  C. 13-ewster. . . .  II .Jones   f.  Yorston      i'.   W.   Mumo . . .  W.  C.   -Veils   J.    li.    |},-lllielt   J. N.   Kvans      Dr.   King         John Oliver   R.  Jardine........  John Jardine   Wm. Dicken   H. W. Gregory   George R. Naden .  T. W Paterson ..  J.   I).  Swanson   Lillooet���A. McDonald (Con.)   Manaimo���J.H.Hawihornthwaite(Soc)  M.  H.  Eagleson..  Sheppard.  CON'SERVAriVE.  SOCIALIS", LABOR OR INDEPENDENT.  Nelson���J. Houston (Con.)   Newcastle���P. Williams (Soc.)....  New Westminster���T. GifJTord (Con.)  Okanagan���P. Ellison (Con.). .. .  Revelstoke��� I'. Taylor (Con.).. . .  Richmond���F. L. Catter-Cotton(Con.)  Rossland���J. A. McDonald (Lib.)  Saauich���31.  Tanner (Lib.)   Similkamecn���L. W. Shatford (Con.)  Skcena���C. W. 1). Clifford (Con.)....  Sloan���Wm. DaviJson (Lab -Soc.)...  Vancouver i���R. G. Tatlow (Con.)...  2���C. Wilson (Con.)   ���J. F. Garden (Con.)....  -W. J. Bowser (Con.)...  -A. H. B. Macgowan (Cn)  L. Diury (Lib.)  , G. Cameron (Lib.). ...  D. MeNiven (Lib.)  Hall (Lib.)   Yale���Stuart Henderson (Lib,) jStuart Henderson.  Ymir���H. Wright (Con.) J. Fred  Hume   3-  4-  5-  Victoria i ��� R  2 ���W  "      3���J  4  -R  Dr. G. A. R. Hal  F.  W.   Howie.. ..  Dr.K.C. McDonald  Robert Caley   J.   W. Weart   J. A. McDonald....  John Piercy   Smith Curtis   Dr. Kcngan   A. 15. Dicksteader.  R. P.   McLennan...  T.   F.  Neelands   Judge I Ienderson..  J. \V. D,-B. Farris.  W. W. B.   Mclnnes  R. L. Drury      XV. G. Cameron....  Richard  Hal   J. D. McNiven   Dr. H. K. Young  Wm. Manson . .  Chaiies Wilson...  F. R. Campion...  R. H. Cairns . .  II. G. Parsons .  Robei' Giant . .  XV. H. Hayward  J. A. Harvey . .  F. -v Mackenzie  R. McBiide . . .  C E. I'ooley . .  XV. R. F.oss . . .  E.  Miller   E. (J.  Wai ren . .  A.   E.   McPhi  F. J. Fulton  \Teil K. McKay  A. McDonald .  Dr.  O'Brien   ..  A. Kirkpatrick .  Jamec Cattwiight  (S cialisi)  Dr. J. W. Curry (Soc.)   C. A. MacKinnon (Ind.) . .  i   ! Thomas   E. Kelley (Laliot).  ips .  W. II. Moore  (Socinlisi)   John Mclnni, (Socialist. . ..  Edgar W. Dvnes (Sui ialist). .  W.  J.   Lt-diiigluin   (Socialist) .  j.   H.   H irthonilhwaite (Socialist)  II.  Shepp.ird   ( Liberal-Lahoi). . , .  Frank   T:iilii)s (S icialisi)  J. B. Cairns jl\Williams (Soc), H. Fulton (Lib- Lai)  Thomas GirTord  Price  Ellison ....  Thomas 'Taylor . . .  F. I..  Caiter Cotton  Lome A. Campbell j Archie   1  D.   M.  Eberts ....  L. XV. Shatford . . .  W. R.   Lord   William Hunter   R. G. 'Tatlow ....  Jas. F. Garden . . .  A.H.B. Macgowan .  W. J. Bowser ....  Dr. G. A. Mr.Gtiire.  Richard Mc Bride..  H. B. 'Thompson...  K. W. H. Bjhnsen.  -"rederic D.ivis . . .  Chas. A. Semlin...  J. H. Schofield   J. S. Rainey (Lubjr)  J.  XV.   Logie (Socialist)   T. I.efaux (Socialist)       Robt McBiide(Ind.)Geo. K'lby, (Soc)  Berry (Socialist)   J.   W.   Winkler  (Socialist)   R. Sargent (Soc)   Wm. Davidson (S.-L.)A.G.Perry(L-L.)  E. E.  Kingsley (Socialist)   R P.Tettipiccc,(Soc.) J. Williams(Lal\ i  A. R. Stelibi-igs, (Socialist)      J. H. McVety, (Socialist)   J. E. Dubherly, (Socialist)   Dr. Ernest   Hall  (Independent)   A. Johnson (Labor)   W. H. Marcon (Soc.)   3P4  mm  mm  mm  kirn  ���Mi  \ K'r'V.tl  ffS'l  wm  ���CL-S  ���it-v.'  : t$m  &:  mm  v'<5' -V-L  John Houston (Independent)  '.w  .r---  1*^  n^mmlum.UUW.UWlMIPgg'li  ggRSS^JW^-^^^ I  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER:..,  "3:  Leading Hotel of Boundary'* Leadlnt  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Eocated,  Good Sample Rooms.  Corner Knot) Hill Ave., and First St.  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. A  MoMASTER  Proprietor.  The Only First-Class  and Up-To-Date Hotel  In Phoenix .. .;..,  JJJ Brooklyn  Jas. Marshall, Prop  ' PHOENIX, B-C.  STEAM HEATED  New from cellar to  roof. Boat Sample  Room* I-i Boundary  Opposite G .N. depot.  Modern BathroomB  In arid Around Phoenix  BRIEF  TOPICS  OF  LOCAL  AND   GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  *  . .Dearie's Motel..  DANNY DEANE, Prop.  Jhis new house is now open  for inspection. Everything new  neat and clean. Heated by hot  water.  Meals at all Hoars, served in  the style which lias already  made this house famous. Try  our Sunday dinner, of which  we make a specialty. If you do  you'll come again.  First St.,, on the Bridge.  Phoenix. B. 0/  Steam Heated  Telephne A24.  %^%*^%^%^%^%^%^%>+^%*^%^%^%^*%*/%*i  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  ���~\  '   s -" - well  furnished rooms.      .' i���   */   y)        r~���  Domlaloa Avena* - - - Phoeaix, 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.  Burton's and Bass'Ale on draft ta  the Hotel Brooklyn.  Woodchoppers wanted.    Inquire of  j; J. Bassett, Hartford Tunction.  ;   See Miss McDonald,   milliner,   for  sewing machines and supplies.  Judge XV. B Cochrane, of Grand  Forks, was in the city yesterday.  Sewing machines to rent at $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald, milliner;  Duncan McDonald is putting up  several hundred tons of ice at Loon  lake for "Phoenix custointis.  Don't fail to attend the opening of  the Phoenix Business School on Monday evening next, 8 p.m.  This week the mercury has been  getting down ugain, being around the  zero point in Phoenix on Thursday and  Friday.  Mrs. Duncan McDonald went to  Spokane Thursday for a month of 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 & Co.'s.  - The I'hoenix Business School will  have^'its initial opening on Monday  evening next, in the Senior room of  the Public School Class work commences 8 p.m. Everybody interested  cordially invited.  The local Eagles have changed the  date of their annual bail from February 141I1 to < February 19th. The  Grand Forks and Greenwood aeries  had each announced a ball for the  14th of February, and the Greenwood  birds'have also decided to change their  smmmmmmm^  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.  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.  Phoenix Aerie No. 158, Fraternal  Order of Eagles, announces that that  it will give the annual ball, a masquerade, on February  19th.  James "McGregor, provincial mining  inspector for this district, came in  from Nelson Tuesday on one of his  periodical trips to the mines of the  camp.  If you send a copy of the Pioneer  Annual to your distant friend, you'll  give him an adequate idea of the  Boundary country.  Presbyterians   Held  Meeting.  PALACEHEAT MARKET  -      DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  Fresh, and Salt Meats.'- ���       -     -      *���   ��� ���  Tei. No. 12. Fish,  Poultry and Oysters.  date.  The hockey team returned from its  trip to Nelson and Rossland lastSatur  day, and reports having had a good  time-at both places, being weU treated.  In Nelson they lost by 13 to 3, and  in Rossland by '5 to 4. The boys  hope to have a return game with Nelson here next week".  More Than 100 Candidates Nominated.  More than 100 candidates were  nominated last Saturday for the 42  seats in the British Columbia, legislature. The returning officers now have  in their possession over $10,000, part  of which is sure to go into the government coffers, because any candidate  who fails to poll half as many votes as  the lowest winning man in his riding  forfeits the deposit. Every election  sees some unfortunates. Up to this  year the deposit was $500, but last  season, owing to the efforts of the  Socialists and W. J. Bowser, Conservative, of Vancouver, the amount was  reduced.  The parlies in the field are the Conservatives, led by Premier Richard  McBride, and the Liberals under Jas.  A. Macdonald and former Yukon  Governor Mclnnes; the Socialists,  whose head is J. H. Horthornthwaite,  and the Laborites and Independents.  The ministry claims that the province  is sure to remain loyal to it, whiie the  Liberals are eqit-lly certain they will  win.  ST. ANDREWS  NEW BOARD ffl  Annual #  k  . Last-week Friday the annual meet- fj\  ing of St. Andrews Presbyterian church j j/ji  was held in the church building, when >j^  reports for the past year were received ���������  and a board of managers chosen for  the current year. Rev. S. Lundie acted  as chairman, and G. E. Dey was secretary. The report of the treasurer  showed that receipts had been $1,-  297.52, while the disbursements were  $1,344.46/ and that - a balance of  $41.06 was then on hand.  The report of the Ladies' Aid, read  by Mrs. A. O. Bouterious, showed receipts of $293.05 and disbursements  of $155', with a balance of $149.63 on  hand. The report of the Sunday-  school was also read/by Mr. Lundie;  receipts, $49.30; disbursements, $29:  balance, $20.30.  The following were chosen as a  board of managers for 1907: Alex  McPherson, John Swanson, D. W.  McKenzie, George D. Turner, R. G.  Gordon, J; J. Dewaiy A. O. Bouter-  iovs. G E. Dey, J.' S. Bbyce.       .  Refreshments were served by: the  members of the Ladies' Aid, and a  pleasant social time was had. The  church, it is noted, is in ��ood financial shape, the note of some $400 at  the bank being cut down to $175, and  provision is now being made to take  that up, if at all possible, and the managers think the sum can be raised with  a little effort, thus wiping out all the  floating debt of the organization. Under Mr. Lundie the church is growing  and a hopeful spirit generally prevails.  WATCHES  LAST  CONSERVATIVE  RALLY  OK   THE   CAMPAIGN,   AT  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE  Thursday, Jan. 30,1907  As  lit  &  /is  ���  w  m  ]Vc have a larger assortment than ever in  all'grades in such well known makes as,  Waltham Elgin  Rockford        Illinois  and Omega  with  cases to suit in. 14k!. gold, gold filed  and nickel,  every' one absolutely guaranteed.  Your careful inspection invited both as to  goods and prices.  E. A. BLACK,  ��I The Jeweler I*  Knob Hill Ave.  Phoenix, B. G.  .-��Oa*����a*%**MM*J>*��4**��  B*******  Invest  Your  Money  In Such Legitimate Shares as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW. Peal  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 \W STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Slocks will Balng Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  .'  1  ���  CUT GLASS  OCCASIONS  S^wwvkVWWiV��wwtftfwwvywi^w^i��wvvyMWi^  Start the Year 1907 I  Right in your business 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  i7     your order..   ,-  s  McRae Bros* & Smith* Ltd.  STATIONERS, ETC. _.  Phoenix, B. C  ��� ,    Annuals Gold* Out in Slacks;  Since the publication of the Pioneer  Annual a week ago the office force.of  the Pioneer has been e\tra busy binding up the edition and getting it into  the mail or express. Every day quantities of the publication have been sent  but in various ways, and the work still  continues. Orders have been received frOni all over the conntry for copies  and continue to come in by every  mail���fortunately accompanied by  the cash, or they thay could not be  filled, as the edition is now all  spoken for.  His Majesty's post office depart-  meui at'Ottawa still demands sixteen  times as much postage on the Annual  as on the regular edition of the Pio-!  neer, for some inscrutable reason:  Postage on copies is 4 cents each, and  the Pioneer has already bought' out  the stock/of two-cent . s'amps' here)  necessitating'a new supply on short  notice. The postage bill for the 6,006  copies will be $240.  VOTE AT. THE  LAST ELECTION  Grand  NEW COUNCIL  WAS SWORN  IN  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.  Latest Mining Stock Quotations.  Follow ing are th��' approximate pi ices  of mining stocks for this week  'American Boy   B.  C. Standard   Belcher Mountain   B.  C. Copper...':  12  Can. Om   M. and 8.. 138  California   Cariboo-Mi'Kiniicy   Copper King   Dominion  Copper ....    7  Denoro Miiif.M   Eureka Copper   ......  Fiflier Maiden   Granby Con   la  Giant   International Coal   Jumbo   Nicola Coal Mines   North Star   ! Pathfinder '.   Piivno '..  GEORGE E. DEY;  FURNITURE  Carpets in the piece.  Cotton Ingrains and  Tapestry Squares.  'Japanese Matting.  Linoleums and Table Oilcloth.  FULL LINES OF BEDDING, jg/g  PRICES RIGHT.     A CALL INVITED.  R. J. GARDNER,  HAUDYBIOCK       ,    "PIIOVNIX, D C  Referendum   Rambler Cariboo ... .'������..  Sullivan .':.;.  Snowstorm......   Sonom ....... .;...'   Slewart..   TfimuirtckArCliesapcake  White Bear.'..........  BID  2  ASKED  0:i  20  25  45  50  25  12 50  00  145 00  07  09  04  .    00  27  28  00  7 60  10  13  ���  10  02  03  CO  14 00  01  02  05  00  10  20  00  09  23  27  OS*  04M  02  04  05  06  28  29   ���  CO  08  f'5  3 00  04J,'  05  00  2 55  30  1 35  07  08  Frederick Keffer, engineer for the  B. C. Copper Co., has received the  sad news/of the death of his father,  John C. KefTer, :at Cleveland, Ohio,  death taking place- December 31st  last. Deceased had visited the Boundary several limes.    ;  Last Saturday the official nominations for the provincial election in  Grand "Fords Riding took place at  Grand Forks. Herbert Watson Gregory, machinist, of Grand Forks, was  nominated as a Labor-Liberal; Emeu  Miller, barrister, Grand Forks, as a  Conservative, and John Mclnnis,  miner, of Phoenix, as the Socialist  candidate.  Birnie and Dey for Police and  Licenses.  Last Monday evening the new  city council held its first meeting,  there being present Mayor D. J.  Matheson and the following aldermen:  L. Y. Birnie, W. J. Porter, A. D. McKenzie, Robert C. Carson and G. W  McAuhffe. Councilman Jacob was  absent. After the members were  sworn in, the council proceeded to  business, the city clerk pro tem, W.  R   Williams, .having arrived.  The mayor announced that his rec  ommendations foi members of police  and licensing boards were Alderman  Birnie and George E. Dey, and the  clerk was instructed to write to the  government at Victoria to this effect.  The following standing committees  were also appointed by his worship:  Board of Works���Birnie, Porter and  McAuhffe.  Finance-^-McKe'nziei Carson and  Jacob,-' -::s:':;:-'-':'.'^:.c'A- '���"��� '-.-  Board of Health���Porter, McAuliffe  and Carson.      -x  The council decided, on motion, to  defer the appointment of a city clerk  till further applications were made for  the position to the council.'  Clerk Williams, in reading the minutes of the last meeting of the old  council, held January 16th, gave the  information that the outgoing council  had ordered $1500 paid to the Bank  of Montreal on the loan ol $10,000,  and that there is now nearly $2,000 in  cash in the city treasury. The council  thought that the city debentures of  $15,000! and which hme been hypothecated with the Barak o"f Montreal! a^  security for the loan, gou'IoI b.a said  to advan'age, -and the oky ��w��,uM  then be paying but 6 per cg-im imteroat  instead of 8 per cent; The council  meets again January 30th.  Con.  Soc.  Total  ��7  O  20  12  2 '  19  18  226  73  '5  55  r6o  50  398  264  Results   Obtained   in  Forks Riding. -;  Political experts have estimated that  the vote at the provincial election next  Saturday will be about 900 in Grand  Forks riding, out of a registration of  dyer 1200. Of this amount some 350  votes are expected to be polled in  Phoenix if the full vote is gotten out.  Somewhat more than this will be polled in Grand Forks, and the balance  will be scattering. .  In this'connectibn it is interesting  to note the results in the last provin  cial election, when George A. Fraser  won out over both Liberal and Socialist candidates, the former barely saving  'his.���������deposit. Here are the figures,  showing a total vote of 751, which was  cast on October 3, 1903:  rolling Place   Clement   Fraser   Riordan  .7        ������''    Lib.  Bannock....     3  Carson... ...     5  Cascade.....   17  Grand Forks 117  Phoenix.....  31  Totals....   173       364      232    751  Endorse Former Phoenician.  Archie F. Berry was formerly a resident of Phoenix and was secretary of  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8. He  is now the Socialist candidate in Rossland, and has many friends in Phoenix  who would like to see him win. At  the last meeting of the Phoenix Miners'  Union, the following resolution was  passed :  "Whereas, brother Archie Berry, a  former member of Phoenix Miners'  Union No. 8, is the candidate of the  Socialist party to contest the Rossland  riding for the provincial legislature, and  "Whereas, Brother B;rry is a man  of the highest integrity, a true union  man, and one who thoroughly understands the aims and objects ofthe  Socialist party,  "Therefore, be it resolved, That we,  the members of Phoenix Miners' Union  No. 8, tender to Brother Berry our  moral support in his efforts for the  betterment of his class."  t Hir  Conservative Candidate  AND  MARTIN BURREU  WILL ADDRESS the ELECTORS  Opposition Candidates Invited   .  . Seats Reserved for Ladies  r  s��z.v��/ jfzjrfr rfr._rfc_rfzjri* v��z i5r-"  The Harsh Block  is now open  as   a First   Class  Rooming  House.     Parties  desiring quiet  comfortable  rooms ���>  will do well by applying at once.  J.V. O'Loughlin I  Grauby _...  Dominion -   International Coal   Alhambra (Coeur d'A.)..  Copper King   Oro Deuoo   Burke.   Bullion   Happy Day :..  Heckla   Idaho Mout. S   Souorn (Coeur d'A.)..  Snowr Storm   Stuart   Furnace Cr. (Cala.)...  Sullivan   Skylark _  J.   L.   MARTIJV,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C  MWM  ��JWM  1907  We have a splendid stock of  FURNITURE  to select from.  UNDERTAKING.  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your  supply  of Fire  Wood,  either  for  immediate use  or for the  future.    All orders promptly filled.  general sanitary and scavenger  work done on short notice.  D. L. Mclfltominey  City Scavenger,  TEL. No. B3a.        PHOENIX, B.C.  The  t  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all  leading mines bought and sold.  the  G.W. Rumberger  ���  6  Information   about   Phoenix':and  the7-  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion  Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  J  v  ^e William Hunter Co., Limited.  Sum in Inn Aurttur.  I Church Services Tomorrow  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir.practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Welleslev  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.���Di-vine Service  every and and 46b Sunday esf each  month.. 'Moly Mas% .1.0 -a-.m, S.uwday  5.ohool, -2:g<s j).m. .^espops and $imsi  i'teticfn, 7:30 p.!*]. )]?a*an ]L ,&.\  fteotard. O.M.L PasiHar  Church of Englaratl���Services -if -a. |  w. and 7:36 p. ML.Rev. R. A. 'Jf.raj!i!a.j  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  's Shoes  If Yo�� 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 welland look well.  Men's Shirts 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 SoitS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks  and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's    ;  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  \  HUNTER CO., LTD.  535  ��  i. 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