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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 11, 1905

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 ^^atival^X  {%    MAR 16 1905  %S  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  <7^<    ^/      ,  Phoenix is the Centre "  and   Leading Mining  Camp of Bound* r".  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL,  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary lVfining: District  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA', SATURDAY, MARCH  n,  1905.  No. 18  #cS��W����^:������^8��S������������������  j)3Sl��gX5i������g)��S^^  THE  Big Store  SPECIAL  ��� ���������k3aTALL  DOING REGULAR  BUSINESS NOW  Great Northern Passenger Service to Phoenix.  Boundary Mining Notes  OF  ��  Seasonable Goods 1  For 1 Week Only.  175 pairs Boys' and j  Girls'school shoes   ������  buttoned & laced J  35 pairs Ladies' and)d��| rA  Misses gum boots j^1-3"  30 pairs Little Folks  Overshoes, I to 3  Buckle   -   -   =  One Week Only.  Excursion to Spokane   Next  Thursday.  i GUI  ���ss^9$^is^ismsi^^��  Brushes  We have just received a  large stock oi Brushes for  spring trade.  Kalsomine Brushes  from 50c to $6.50  Paint Brushes,  all sizes and prices.  Varnish Brushes,  Mottlers and Stripers.  We shall put into stock  next week a half car of  PilsJiUrtto ii U (Mm,  LOOK OUT FOR OUR COLOR CARDS.  We have two ot three first-class  Sewing Hachines for Rent  $3.00 per month.  THE HARDWARE  MERCHANTS  Another bunch of Great Northern  officials visited Phoenix last Monday,  consisting of R. C. Morgan, superin  tendent north of Spokane; H.A. Jackson, general agent at Spokane;^ C.  Wurtle, general agent at Vancouver,  and K. J. Burns, general agent at Victoria. They came up in Mr. Morgan's  private car and spent the night here,  the two last named gentlemen never  having been in the Boundary before.  Mr. Jackson, who has charge of the  arrangements for the special excursion  from: Phoenix to Spokane, stated that  all the details had been completed, and  that the excursion would take place on  Thursday, March r 6th, the round trip  fare being $5, which is less than the  regular one way rate($6.1 o)to Spokane.  Excursionists will have the privilege  of staying over in Spokane till Sunday,  giving them two whole days in that  city.  A dispatch was received by the  Pioneer yesterday from a member of  the Spokane Chamber of Commerce,  stating that it was the intention of the  chamber to do something in the way  showing appreciation of the presence  of the excursionists In Spokane. Just  what form Ihis will take has not yet  been announced.  Already quite a number have expressed the intention of going: on the  excursion^ arid there will doubtless be  a good contingent from Greenwood  and other Boundary points. The fare  from Grand Forks willbe the same as  from Phoenix. Posters announcing  the,exeursion were distributed by the  railway company this week.  Regular Service Started.  Last Sunday the first regular passenger trains over the V., V. & E. extension of the Great Northern to Phoenix arrived and departed f 0111 this city.  Chas. E. Legg, an old time conductor,  who has been running from Nelson to  Northport for the last eighteen months,  has charge of the Marcus-Phoeniv  train, while H..-W. Smith handles the  throttle of the engine, No. 8, which  hauls the train. Both Mr. Smith and  Mr. Legg will make their homes in  in' Phoenix, as well as the other trainmen.  REORGANIZING THE  BOARD OF TRADE  Meeting   to   Be   Held  Next  Wednesday Evening.  A meeting will i e held at the Pioneer office next Wednesday evening for  the purpose of reorganizing the Board  of Trade. It is particularly desired  that all business or professional men or  those interested in any way in Phoenix, and who wish to see it go ahead,-  will be present and place their names  on the membership roll. In the past,  the board has admittedly .accomplished  much good for the city, and there is  no small amount of work yet to be  done, matters of moment constantly  coming up.  Messrs. Delahay, Horrell, Crawford  and Boyle wese appointed recently ai  a committee on membership for the  board, and names may be handed to  any of these gentlemen.  Miners' Union Election.  Last Saturday at the semi-annual  election of officeis for Phoenix Miners'  Union No. S, the following was the  result: President, L. F. Holtz; vice-  president, John Mclver; treasurer,  William Tatham; conductor, Sam Mc-  Leod; financial secretary, Archie F.  Berry; delegate to district convention,  W.Rogers; delegate lo W. F. ofM.  convention, A. F. Berry.  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $16.  37@ifl5.B0; lake, $15.25�� 15.50  Bar Silver, 60  Lead, $4.45at $4.00.  An important find of ore is reported  from the Strathmore this week.  This week the Providence mine was  closed on account of leakage to the  boiler.  Operations are being resumed on a  small scale on the Rathmullen group  in Summit camp.  Joseph Trainner will shortly accept  a position as foreman-at the Iron Mask  mine, hear Kamloops.  Yesterday   the No.  3 tunnel   ore  crusher started operations with a regu  lar load at the Granby mines.  Ore shipments from the Rawhide  and Brooklyn have not been quite as  heavy for the last two weeks as  formerly. .,  Sixty tons of.ore jire being shipped  from the Skylark this week, part going  to the Nelson and part to the Granby  smelter. f  ; Both of the 30-drill compressors of  the Granby mines are in commission  again, since power became plentiful,  so" to speak.  The new ore crusher at the B. C,  Copper Co.'s Mother Lode mine is now  being operated steadily with much sat  isfaction to the management.  Jay P. Graves,' manager of the  Granby Co., who has been ill at his  Spokane home with grippe, and  threatened wth pneumonia, is con.  valescing.   r >  This week shipments of ore are  again being made from the Brooklyn  mine dump by ihe Dominion Copper  Co., the ore going, as before, to the  Trail smelter.  The two new furnaces now beins  manufactured for the Granby smelter  in Chicago, are expected to be shipped  by the 1st of April* 'l'he makers are  the Allis-Chalmers Company.  It is understood to be the intention  to start active operations on the Stem-  winder mine, at the back door of the  Pioneer, whenever the Granby Co.  can spare the compressed air.  About 400,600 brick will be required  for the new circular smokestack at the  Granby smelter, and will be burned in  Grand Forks. The stack will brj the  same" height as the old one, namely  150 feet.  T. I.'. Rea, superintendent of the  Betts and Hesperus group, about three  miles i'rom Phoenix, was in the city  Thursday, and stated that the long  tunnel being driven was now in 150  feet from the portal.  Finding that the ores of the Rawhide and Brooklyn blend and flux so  well, the Montreal & Boston Consolidated has discontinued ore ship-  meiv.s from the company's Sunset  mine in Deadwood camp.  Yesterday was the monthly payday  at the Granby and Montreal & Boston  mines in this camp. The amount of  cash distributed was in the neighborhood of $50,000, or including that at  the two smelters of these companies  about $75,000.  In a few days it is the intention to  increase the daily tonnage of ore from  the Granby mines over the Great  Great Northern to 700 tons, and in  the course of a month to about 1,000  tons, if everything works out as ar-  tanged. The C. P. R. is now taking  out 44 cars, or 1,300 tons, daily for  the Granby Co.  The pumping out of the Winnipeg  mine still continues, and will probably  last for another week or two, when  the workings can be examined and  sampled. It is anticipated that from  25 to 40 men will be employed there,  and William S. Macy is preparing to  open the boarding house to take care  of them. The boiler from the Senator  mine has been installed there.  CUSTOM HOUSE  FOR PHOENIX  William Delahay Appointed as  , Collector.  Board of Trade Efforts Were  Successful.  Seconded by Duncan Ross, M. P.,  the city council and the Phoenix  Liberal Association, the efforts that  have been made by the Phoenix Board  of Trade for nearly the last, four years  for tbe establishment of a custom  house in Phoenix, have finally been  successful, and the opening of this  great convenience to the business  public at an early date is now assured,  as the following received by the editor  of the Pioneer from Mr. Ross this  week will show:  "You may announce, if you choose,  that customs office will be opened in  Phoenix in a few days with William  Delahay as customs officer, and thai  mail service will be established on die  Great Northern trains."  This is probably the best piece of  news that could come to Phoenix at  this time, and one that gives the greatest of satisfaction to mining men and  business people generally, especially  those who have been up against the  conditions heretofore prevailing regarding importations.  When seen by the Pioneer man Mr.  Delahay had not received notice of his  appointment as customs officer in  Phoenix, but it will doubtless arrive  shortly, when the office will be opened.  Mr. Delahay has been a resident of  Phoenix for over five years, and is a  large property holder here, owning the  three story Delahay building on Do  minion avenue. For the year 1904 he  served the city as councilman for the  west ward, and is president of the  Phoenix Liberal Association.  The Masquerade Carnival.  Prendergast & Munroe, proprietors  of the Phoenix skating rink, advertised  a masquerade carnival for February  23rd, but the weather turning soft it  was postponed to March 2d. Last  week they stated that they still thought  it might take place before the final  break-up of the season. This week,  however, being still warmer, and the  ice going nearly all to pieces in the  rink, there seems little probability that  the snow and frost to come will be  sufficient to permit the carnival to be  held, unless it be on roller skates or  something of that kind,  FEBRUARY TONNAGE  EXCEEDS JANUARY  Although Month Was Three  Days Shorter.  With a total output of 72,671 tons  of ore for the 28 days of February  from the minis of the Boundary, that  record is 4,500 tons more than for the  month of January with its 31 days  By the table herewith, showing the  output of each mine separately for  each month, ' a comparison can be  made. Of the larger shippers it will  be noticed that for, February the  Granby output is slightly,: larger, the  Mother Lode .is smaller, and the  Brooklyn and Rawhide are about  double theoutput for January. The high  grade mines also sent out rather mote  in February than in January:  Mine Toinmee  January   February  Granby mines   40,450 40,822  Mother Lode 13,696 1 r,68o  Hiooklyo-Stemwinder .. 6,849    91262  Rawhide    2,251  Sunset     726  Mountain Rose      682  Emma    1,849  Oro Denoro       298  Senator....-      918  Providence        50  Elkhorn        50  Skylark        3$  Last Chance..'        43  E. P. U        65  Hay        33  Miscellaneous        75  BOUGHT INTO  THE BANNER  Wm. Spier and Dr. Northrop  Interested.  7.29s  T20  6l2  1,104  378  .945  100  40  64  130  60  Franklin Camp Property Coming to Front.  50  ]. M. Jenckes, secretary-treasurer of  the Jenckes Machine Co., of Sherbrooke, Quebec;, was a visitor in camp  this week, accompanied by R. P.  Williams, the company's Kootenay-  Boundary representative. It was Mr.  Jenckes' fust visit here in more than  live >ears. He informed the Pioneer  that the two ore crushers which his  company furnished for the Granby  mines were the largest made for the  purpose on the American continent,  there being none cast as large in the  United States.  LOCAL JOTTINGS  !����)>�����'�����'�����  J. G. Whiteacre, of Nelson, piano  agent, spent a day or two in the city  this week.  The new Public School Act received  its second reading in the legislative assembly this week.  W. D. Parker, proprietor of the  Phoenix dairy, returned Wednesday  from an extended visit to his country  home at Chewelah. Wash.  A number of Phoenicians have an  attack of the land locating fever, and  expect to start for Kamloops next week  to pick up snaps in this line.  latest reports from the far east are  that the Japs have thoroughly whipped  the Russians, and the latter are on the  way to St. Petersburg as fast as they  can go.  Anthony J. McMillan was expected  to arrive in the Kootenays this week  from his recent trip to London, where  he attended the annual meeting of the  LeRoi Mining Co., Ltd.  In the Presbyterian church tomorrow  the topic* will be: in the morning,  "Hope," and in the evening, "Information the Source of Stimulation." An  anthem by the choir.  J. W. Astley, formerly superintendent of the Snowshoe and now manager of the LeRoi mine, was taken to  Spokane last Monday .for his health,  Mrs. Astley accompanying him.  E. F. Boyles, of the firm of Boyk's  Bros., who are diamond drilling for  the Granby Co., came in from Spokane on Thursday, to inspect the work  of his men. They are still boring  holes on the Monarch.  Total, tons 68,074 72,671  Once More lit Commission,  Locomotive No. 1901, one of the  large Shay engines, which has been in  the shops at Nelson since last summer, is again hauling ore on the C.P.R.  Phoenix hill. It will be remembered  that this engine was in a runaway and  smashup in August that cost the C. P.  R. about $50,000. The irain crew  jumped when the train got away and  no one was hurt, when the cars loaded  with Granby ore piled up on top of  the Shay. No satisfactory explanation  of the accident was ever made, although it is said that the company  secured experts from Pittsburg to examine the scene of the crush. No  blame could be laid to the door of the  train crew, as the air was working  properly when the train left Williams  siding. The. accident occurred di  rectly at the Oro Denoro mine, and  enterprising photographers disposea of  about 400 pictures of the unique  wreck.  Organizing Good Templar's Lodge.  Rev. Jonas Bushell, of Seattle, grand  lodge lecturer of the Independent Order of Good Templars, arrived in the  city on Wednesday, and that evening,  Thursday and Friday lectured in the  Methodist church, with a view to organizing a lodge of Good Templars in  this city. Mr. Bushell is well known  all over the province, and has recently  organized lodges in Cranbrook, Fernie,  Nelson and Rossland. After completing bis work in Phoenix, he expects  to visit Grand Forks and Greenwood  and organize branches of the order.  Mr. Bushell was formerly a minister in  the Congregational church, but is now  devoting a large part of his time to the  work of temperance.  There seems to he a good deal of  confidence in the minds of many that  the proposed railway up the North Fork  of Kettle river will receive su istantial  aid at this session of the proxinc'al  legislative assembly. This has turned  attention to a considerable extent to  the mining possibilities of that distiict,  .which for years has been'known to be  rich in mineral.;. Being some 60 miles  from Grand Forks, it is practically  inaccessible for large operations, but  there is reason to believe that transportation will be afforded at no distant  dates.  A recent report from Grand Forks  states:  Frank McFarlane, the original dis-  covnrer of Franklin camp, has disposed of one quarter interest in the  Banner claim to Dr. E. R. Northrop  and William Spier, manager of the  branch of the Eastern Townships Bank  at Grand Forks, for $1,000 cash. These  parties also secured a six months' option on the balance of the claim for  $16,000. The Banner was under bond  to Henry White, of Spokane, some si\  years ago, when several thousand dollars' worth of development work was  done on it, but owing to the uncertainty of transporation facilities the bond  was not taken up. Mr. White was the  discoverer of the famous Knob Hill  mine in Phoenix camp.  Hanld Nelson's Big House.  From the record which Harold Nelson made on previous visits ro Plv.enix,  it was no stirpiise that he had a full  house at Miner.' Union hall last Monday evening when he presented "Paul  Kauvar," a story of the stirring times  ol" the French revolution, 'l'he presentation was probably the bes'. ever given  in this city, and the part taken by Mr.  Nelson fitted him admirably. His  support was excellent, and notwithstanding the handicap of the small  stage, the play was carried through  without a hitch. Miss Helen Scott  as Diane was charming, and shared  the praise given to Mr. Nelson. Taken  altogether, it was an evening of pleasure that is rarely had by tbe theatregoers of Phoenix.  Mr. Nelson will play a return en.  gagement here about March 29th,  when he will nut on " Richelieu."  Burns .'& Jordan, the railway contractors who were located at Phoenix  a good share of last year, have just  bought a piece of property in Spokane  and will erect residences thereon 10  cost $6,000 each.  1901      i*>2     1903      1904  S3'.702   3"9,S53   393,7'S   549.703  1,731       20.SOO      71,212   1'llSl    '  W..k ,  *  5-HO     99.034    >4',326   US.079   174,29s     2S.-2S     3.0,1  1,200  19.494  S02  550  150  47,405  7 455  150  14,Slt  560  S,53"  650  1,076  2,250  1,040  -S5  A,5  S75  663  2,OCO  3">o  160  S90  219  So  15.731  "5,646  3,339  19.365  22.937  ���5.537  363  25.950  3.U70  3.250  ���.759  4.5S6  6,400  16.347  12 392  !>55  1,605  330  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. |  The following tabic gives the ore shipments  of llouiirtnrv mines tor 1900. for 19CJ. In: fo  k 1902, lor 1003, for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoenix Pionecr-  Mine. Camp.        1900  Granby Mines Phoenix   64,553  Snowshoe Phoenix        297  B   C Copper Co.  .     Mother Lode Deadwood  V Montreal & Boston Con.  ��� Brooklyn-Siem winder.. Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Ueadwood  Mountain Rose S.lnimit  Athclstan-Jackpot Wellington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem winder d'mp..rhoenix  Morrison Deadwood  B C. Mine Summit  R.Bell Summit  Emma Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Kogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  .  Golden Crown Wellington  ��� King Solomon W. Copper  & No. 7 Mine Central  City of Pniis White's  Jewel Long Lake  Carmi West Kork  Provid, nee Providence  Klkhorn Providence  Skylark Skylark  Last Chance Skylark  K. P. U. Mine Skylaik  Bay Skylark  Ruby..,,,.. Boundary Palls  Republic Boundary Kails  Miscellaneous-      3 230  993  400  Total, tons    96,600  [ Smelter treatment���  Granby Co    62.3S7   2jo,S��8  B. C. 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Repairing: and Jobbing a Specialty.  Mrtimfiu'turertf for Uio Oimwkord Do"bi.b Rope Akbiai, Tramway Svbtkm, Limited.  Mining ami Mill Mitchiiiery, Ore Card, Buckets, Tanks, etc. Iron and Brass Castings. A large and completo stock  ofShaftinjr, Supplies, Fittings, etc., always on hand. Pulleys, Flanges, etc., made to order on short notice. All  bicRk-rioii'ii ami n-pair work rushed through without delay. Estimates for all classes of work furnished upon sppli-  ciiiion.   Special attention given to mail ordeis.   Scrap Iron bought by tho carload.  B. C. TRAVIS, Manager, 1  ion.   i-ipet  OMieenntl Wotks,  Fimt of I'urk Sliffl  O. Box 403,  Kelson, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIKK, LIFE, ACC-DENT.  Cominb.|��uer for luUiic Aii.,iBl lu  1'hoenix, ]J, rj  GEOKGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and HATH ROOM;  Hole! Balmorul  Cor. Kim & Kiioullll! Ave.   J'HOENIX, ],.' fj  nsniD on matokdavh by tub  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATrBORNlX. B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaocr.  -p.i.��!,����.. t Business office No, 14,  Telepnonta j M,�����Ket.,, Muience, No. 15.  B. C MINING  Of course, the officials of the Grand I ��  Trunk Pacific want all  they can get,  and we do not blame them for making  the attempt.  That is practical politics  But their is no excuse for Senator! Rossland ore shipments last weekI  ���fempleinan and the "Solid Seven" de-jamounted to 7,745 tons, or 90,936!  liberate!)' misleading the people of this; tons for the year  I Air Compressors    .-    Rock Drills I  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A.M.  Ktfgiilnrcoiumuiilcatioii 8 p. 111.    Sec  u.x4iry    olid Thursday of ench month.  '��\*s( Hmergeiit invetiiftrs ����cnllcd,Ma(onlc  V/l     Hall, McIInlc Mlock.  aoaitcairnows in advance.  Per Year ��� Ja.oo  Six Months   province on such an  important ques  tion.    Perhaps they hope for a change  of government here at no distant date,  and look for some of the loaves and i US(J  fishes in the land grant  then.    Hut it'  is doubtful if the people will stand, for  it now, after all that" has been said and  done, and especially after all   that the  people of Canada have agreed  to do  for this new line from the Atlantic to  the Pacific.    If this was not a  bunco  Within 60 days the new ten-ton  e.xperiment.il mill being erected by  the Le Roi company will be ready for  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND  VANCOUVER, B.C.  A-hillihr,  Secretary.  f:,��.��.I)PV  W..M.  <6  Ifyouare notasubsc ber to thin paper, thin  la an tarUatlon to vou to become one.  Advertisingfate* Iitrmshed on application.  Legal notice* 10 and 5 cents per Hue.  Four weekly iuaertiona constitute one raouth'a  ��� If-rrl ��lni?.  1.251 .  1 game, pure and   simple,   there never  was one.   Hut it looks as though the  game had been played once too often,  no matter by \\ hut riarty.  Of course, also, the membership of  the "Solid Seven" should be proud of  the chief method used to get them into a seat in parliament, but they prob- j  The Great Northern Mines, Ltd.,  are making pre|)arations to add ten  stamps to their mill at the Oyster-  Criterion in the Lardeau.  A company of Kansas and Ilritish  Columbia investors has bought from  the Kinch & Campbell' interests the  Second Relief mine near Erie, B. C,  for $75,000.  The War Eagle at Rossland has  yielded $5,843,396 worth of ore. It  shipped last year '61,064 tons, and is  now in a position to more than do.ible  its output of last year.  The Eva mill at Camborne has re-  - - '  ��  ������ ���"������'.".i ^aiuuuriie nas re-  ably will not have  very much  to say sumed  operations  and  forty men are  *9��S  MAR.  190s  Sua. ttei. Tata. Wed.   Thu. Fr.   Sat.  '  1  . I  2  3  4  Vs ~'6  7  8  9'  10  11  12   13  M  IS  16  17  r8  19   20  21  22  23  24  25  . 26   27  28  29  30  31  on the subject, if it can be helped.  The oldest inhabitant is at a loss to  remember a spring like the present in  the Boundary. The orange belt will  he moved up here in the mountains if  this sort ol thing continues  STRAIfJHS LIBERAL BUfCOGAME.  Some months ago in the  Dominion  parliament Senator Templeman put in  an amendment tor the Grand Trunk  Pacific bill requiring the commencement of construction from the w.stern  end of the" line simultaneously with  that on the eastern end.   He doubtless did this in the best of faith, and  at the behest of his constituents in this  province.   But this did not please the  promoters of the railway at aU,   for it  would take one good sized stuffed club  out   of their hands when the   time  should   come   for    construction    in  British Columbia.   So the party whip  was'cracked, Senator Templeman withdrew his amendment, and everything  was alleged to be lovely.'  During the last Dominion campaign  this matter was brought up, and for a  time it was a puzzler for the genial senator how to get aroiind it with any  comfort. But finally he produced a  letter from the manager or president of  the Grand Trunk Pacific, which said,  in effect, that construction would begin at born ends of the new trinscon  tinental line simultaneously. This was  paraded throughout the campaign, and  read from platfrom to platform all over  the province, and thus the question  was seemingly settled and the "Solid  Seven" were sent to Ottawa with a  hurrah.  The news, received this week from  Duncan Ros*, M. P., to the effect that  a customs office would be established  in Phoenix within  a  few  days, gives  the keenest satisfaction to the business  men of this city, who have worked for  this end for something like our yeais.  It is also ano'her evidence of the usefulness that a board of trade can be to  a town.    Mr. Ross has ably seconded  the efforts of the, board in getting the  matter    settled   1V this , satisfactory  manner;  A' out once a month the press correspondents at   the   front send   out  word that the greatest battle of modern  times is about to 1 e or is being waged  between  the Russians and the Japanese,    A great respect has come over  the military critics  for the Japanese  during   this   struggle,   as   they  have  proved   themselves  the  equal  of any  nation on earth as soldiers.   When the  war is  over and  they are victorious  over their Muscovite foes, they will  stand in a different position in  the  world than heretofore.  PROVINCIAL.  That was in   November   last,   less  than four months ago, and what do we  fin-)?   Simply, that the  Grand Trunk  Pacific officials have been at Victoria  lobbying for a huge land grant or cash  from the provincial government, and  finally, when it seems all  but certain  that, to use and expression of the day,  the people of   this  province will not  stand their work, the announcement is  made that   the   construction  will not  commence from  the  western   end at  the same time from the east,  unless a  fat land grant is forthcoming,  as the  company would rather build  fh��oagh  to the Pacific coast from' the east anyway.  Think of it, ye good, old, dyed-in  the-wool Grit electors���just think of  it.   Are you not proud of your party  for such palpable breaking   of  faith?  Right in Phoenix Senator Templeman  reiterated his statements  in this  matter, as above.    We wonder   what be  thinks of his party  himself now and  their ability to hoodwink  the voters.  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  was the slogan  of the campaign, and it certainly did  the business, though in this Yale-Cari-  fcoo district it had a mighty close call  as it fumed out.  Fernie's fust municipal assessment  roll amounts to $543,650.  Greenwood and Moyie are reorganizing their boards of trade.  " The C. P. R. has resumed its Rob-  son-Arrowhead-Arrow lakes service.  A six per cent, dividend has been  declared by the East Kootenay Lumber Co.  An independent Order of Good  Templars lodge was. inaugurated at  Nelson last week.  A ten-car barge may be built by  the Great Northern lor the Kootenay  lake service.  In the New Westminster hospital  for the insane at the end of February  there were 230 male and 94 female  patients, a total of 324.  John GooJfellow of Vancouver is  to be plactd in control of the Esqui-  malt and Nanaimo railway, taken  over by the C. P. R.  Alexander Bell has been appointed  by the Liberal party to the position of  postmaster at Princeton in recognition  of his services at the time of the  election.  The old steamer Alberta sank at  her dock at Kaslo List week. She is  a relic of boom days' in the Slocan in  1893, when travel went in oy way of  Bonner's Feiry, Idaho.  I ' ��� '  ' employed  between the mine and the  mill, and a good-sized gold btick is  being turned out every month.  The output of the St. Eugene mine  for the month of February nas 2,2:51  tons. Water from the flume is again  being used and is furnishing about  half the ppwor for the mill.  Machinery for the zinc separator of  the Kootenay ore company has been  shipped and is expected to arrive, in  Kaslo within a short time. Part of  the machinery comes from Europe  and the remainder from the United  States.  Vast ore, reserves in th-j Sullivan  mine, the new smelter for which isl  jujt starting operations at Marysville, I  are estimated to run 33 per cent, in  lead and 14 per cent in silver. Sili-  cious ore is being received from the  Quilp mine at Republic.  The shareholders of the Sunset  mine, Copper mountain, Similkameen  district, recently decided to give an  option on 51 per cent of the stock to  a syndicate organized by O. N. Scott,  M. E., of Ros:;land. R. A. Brown of  Grand Forks was re-elected president,  and Alex. Miller of Greenwood one of  the directors.  The oldest claim in British Columbia, the Blue Bell, on Kootenay lake,  opposite Ainsworth, is about to be  taken up by American Capitalists. It  is owned- by the iBank of Montreal,  and four men are now at work cleaning out the tunnels and stopes for an  examination. It was discovered by  David Douglas in 1825. It is chiefly  valuable now for the leal and zinc  values  Proper Treatment uf I'neumonla.  Pneumonia is too dangeious a disease for anyone to attempt  to doctor  himself, although he may have the proper remediesat hand. A physicianshould  always be called,   Itshoifid MDorne'i,,  mind,    however,      that    pneumonia  alwa\.s result-, Irom a fold or from an  attack of the grip, and by the proper  treatment of these diseases a threatened  attack of pneumonia may  be warded  off.    There is no  question .whatever  about this .as during the thirty years or  more that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has beeivused, we have yet to learn  of a single case of a cold or attack  of  the grip having resulted in pneumonia  when this remedy was used.    It is also  used by physicians in the treatment of  pneumonia with the best results.    Dr  W. J.  Smith, of Sanders,   Alta., who  is also a druggist, says: "I   have  been  selling Chamberlain's Cough   Remedy  and prescribing it in   my practice for  the past six years.    I use it  in  cases  of pneumonia and have alwaws gotten  the   best  results."   For   sale   by all  I  Phoenix Livery Stable  William Matheson, Prop.  FvPrvfalillff  WfMV CARRIAGES    AND' OTHER    RIGS  aUYPI/UIHig now HORSES and saddles, several  ^"���"���������"���^"���"���'hundred cords of dry wood  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST.,        PHOENIX, B. C. -  ��� 0  j P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  I- O. O. R  ONOW8IIOB I.OBOJJ N��� ���  Meet* ciciy Monday Ktenlim  ���,   ���    ,  W.IM..K hrelher,,^,.,^,*,,^"-^  Hall.  USO.R.MIMO, RecSec.'..  ��'"��� Delahay, J.er.,.ll(^cy  Phoenix Am,  NO. (a).  .altetlMKii on l'rlilav  r,,?30',1,l'1-M,l,"-��'  Unlin Hall.  Vmlllnit   liretlireu.  corclinlly liiviled.  DAN DOCKSTKAIJKH. ��Te��.   M. II KOV. S��r  JOR PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING.  JOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Piiinler Pun. Co.,   -   Phoenix, IJ.C  druggists.  HEAD OrTlCE r'GK BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B, C,  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, D. C.  .... lotoafe did Mi Heat Herctafs.:  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY* INSEASON. ���  All orders receive prompt attention. ' ----���-���J  . ...Best Time  A Favorite Remedy For Babies.  Its pleasant taste and prompt cures  have made Cuamberlain's Cough Remedy a favorite with the mothers of small  children. It quickly cures their coughs  and colds and prevents any danger of  pneumonia or other serious consequences. It not only cures croup,  but when given as soon as the croupy  cough appears, will prevent the attack  For sale by all druggists.  -   EAST   -  Toronto,     Montreal,     New York,  Maritime Provinces, and  New England.  -   WEST  -  Vancouver,      Victoria,      Seattle  California Points.  Unequalled , Passenger Service,  Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Coaches,  and   Dining Cars.  Tourist Sleeper Service  lJjea-ve   Revelstoke   Mon-  WESTJ\Ved.,Thur.,Sat..for   Se-  {attle and Vancouver.  f Leave  Dunmore  Jet. for  EAST -! 'I'oro��to, Wed. and Sun.  j Montreal, Mon. and Fri.  ������    [ Boston, - Friday  DRINK  Phoenix Beer {  i  OREGON  Shoreline  and union Pacific  __  ONLY LINE EAST   Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  StcaiiiPliip ticket, to Kuroptiniul o'tlici  foicigii countries.  Leaves  Dally  Spokane Time Schedule.  Itffcctfve Nov. 22 looj  Arriv.-t  Dnily  Made horn the BEST MALT and PUREST  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having it  PHOENIX* BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  Standard Ave. and Banner St. :-: PHOENIX  B C  t  In la (ol tab" PhoS$LMetY>  THE   HOME OF  Atlantic Steamship Agency  1 Through   bookings   to   and   from  Great Britain and the continent.  For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or to  v  A. W. Haley, E.J.Coyle,.  Agent,   - A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  High-Class  COLLIES  We make a specialty of bleeding tht  best working strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction to flockmasters  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  Thos. S. Griffith,  P. 0. Box 1907. Spokane, Wash.  aeoea*)e��ea>ooeoe��)04a*��o��t)o*o  nix  Phoenix Street.. 'Hiouesj.  We make good bread,      Try it,  ... C. W. GREER. Proprietor  7.3i a. in. FAST MAIL-T11 mid rrom  Coeiird'AleiiedNtrlct.l'nrni-  l.iiKlou - Garfield ( olftix Pullman, 'Moscow, apumeroy,  WnlUlmig, Dayton, Walla  Wallu. I'eiid clou, linker City  and illl [MJiniB Haul .1 8 oo  ^ 30 p. m. KXI'KKSS-For FariiiliiBton  0��rfield, Colfax,. IMIIuimi  _ Moacow,T.e<rls|oii,I'ortl��iid  San Francisco, Maker 1,'ity  and all points IJAST.  XXl'RKSS ���Prom all points  Kiist, Maker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfax, Gar-  .KxceptS,fiu'���yn."d"n,,"{t0" "���<"�����  SHORT UNE T0 CALIFORNIA.  fc-an Frnncist-o-I'ortlunil Route.  Steamer* mill fioiu AlnWOrtli docx,  Portland  HI 8 p. in. mid r.om hpcnr street wharf, Sai'n'ran.  clmo, at 10 a. in. every five days.  Ticket* on Bale at alls. V & N. btntlona.  Kor further information as to ralca, time  trains, eqiiipiiieiu, etc..nililrenH  GKO. J   MOIILKK.General Agent,  Kiveraitlc Are:;Spokane. Waxli  J J. J  a.T SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  jtjtjfi  PHOENIX, B C.  NOTICE.  Siujmcamhbk  Division  ok   Yai.k   Dikuici.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE BOO IS AND SHOES  MADE  TO ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS' AND PROS  PKCTORS' SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avonuj.  How's This?  NOTICE Is hereby given that from and alter  le 30th day ol Tu.ie, 1905, the lollowini; described portion of the Oftoyoos Division (11 Yale  District ivitl be withdrawn from the said Osnyoos  Division, and that the said portion will be established a iieparnte Land Recording; Division  t) be known as the Similkameen Division 01  Ysle District; vii :  Commencing at a point on the International  Itoundary where it is intersected by Payaston  I'reck,: which Is alw' Ihe soutli-cast: conies' of  Yale Laud Recording District; ihence following  northerly along the said Creek and llif South  Pork.of the Similkameen River to its junction  with the Tulameen River;: thence westerly along  the Tulameen River to the mouth 'of China  Creek; thence northerly along China Creek to  Us Interjection with the south bciindary of Lot  969,Group 1,(Kamloops Division 0! Yale District; I  llience due east to the eastern bank of Okanogan |  River; thence in a northerly direction, following  the' eastern shore of Okana'saii River and  Okaiisgan Lake, to a point distant 56 miles due  north bf the International Boundary; thence due  east to the western boulidart ef the Kootenay  Land Recording Distrhjt-.lheticc southerly following the baid western boundary of Kootenay  DUtrict to the 49th Parallel; thence west alone  49tirParallel to place of CAitimencement.  W.8 CORK,  Deputy Commi��sii>ner of Lands and Works  Lands and Works Depat Intent,  '.-. Victoria, B"C,.ist March, tjos.  And Bounderv Mining Joornol  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.  *  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any  casB oftatarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's  t-atarrh Cure.   V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo o.,   We, the undersigned, have known V. l.Chcnev ��������� _  im..���   J?rt.15 f.C.a": a,M M'n,: ,,im perfectly U- ~^-_~^.  Honorable In all business transactions mid finan.  tol^"^^^^*^ *y f ��� A Pencil mark here ^  Wholesale Druggtl��� Toledo' O ' ,8 * rC.,r" "<lor tl,at VOBr SUb-  Hal.'a Catarrh Core is taken internally, acting   WriptlOD  to   this   papiT    is  tiss^gs^xf^rsz '��2^.5 Z! paat-..ue* and-r ',nb-  perbotlle.   Sold by all Druggists                      /SC   llshcr   W>U  appreciate i-our  Take Hall's Family's Pills for constipation.       I Prompt attention    In five years more thau 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined1 and  smelted here, with a valuation of over #12,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoenix���not one or five  miles distant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable news of the mines and smelters of the Boundary.  The  Pioneer is worth $10 per year���but it costs only $2, if the coin comes with the order  payable to the  Malte all orders  W. B. W.ILCOX, Manager.  e^mstmmas  ",&;::- ��� ���.'��**'  ���/  Phoenix, British Columbia  gataaweJWiaBai.^^  ^W^M^^M^^^MM^^S^^^^^mmm^m^m^^m  wmm^miszmmmmsmmssms mm  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  ESTAlll.ISHKD   1859.  FORTY-TWO   HRANCHKS AND  AGKNCIKS  IN  CANADA.  KXTKNSIVE  KORKIGN   CONNECTIONS.  STATEMENT.  Jbii. 2ihI, iOi'5.  LIABILITIES.  ...t2,��7,(ra.uo  ��I,lt��l paldnji  -j-fitWoauuj  lfaTaiPrVH **'    l|'���|W'��'  Undivided profit*, eto.........;........    M*,*MM  II lsiliclrciilatioil....;........... , l,��W.��v��.iw  linos ulncurieiiiaccouiit  i!(u!��,7.HI si  {���OK)sltsinS��vliiB��ilepartineut.. 7,��o.a��2<7  tts.m.tnn  RES0UKCE8.  CaKh 011 hand , 1.3 ouo.-i.ir.  Due from other banks       * i\m>v,ita  Deposit wllh dominion gov't....    \ou'(xjo'n.  Government, municipal and o her  boviilsund seeuritler.........     6.1:1,4:1902  ���^IftllH , ;;  J1 ijnr. qi,. yt"  Kcal estate, mortgagei, bank p'r'em-    '  Issband orher atfets ...     5-8,40300  JAS. MACKINNON, General Manager,  First In Canada.  ; The first map engraved in Canada  iiy the wax process conies from the  Stove! company of Winnipeg. It is a  map of'.Manitoba, in eight attractive  colors, and shows every postoffice and  railway station in the province. The  details are all very distinct, and the  type matter very legible and beautiful.  To add to its value as a vest pocket  convenience, it has a complete alphabetical index, enabling oni: to find  any place on the map in a moment.  It is sold at the nominal price of  fifteen cents.  The new edition of the COl'PEK HANDBOOK liula and tlew'-rilies 3 311 coii  in-r iiiincH ami t-opper mininir comimnit'i'; in nil jiariH of the world, cov-erint; the  Klobc, thei-eilesi-iiptionB ranging fn-in two lint-h to 12 ptujenin leiigtli, at-conliniftu  iiiiiNirlHiiiH! of the mines. The <ienmptioiiHare not padded, but givu fnc-tn in the  iiioHtt-oiideiiBeil and get-at-able form.  There aie ala-i lliteen iniH.-elliiiieoimt-liapterH,devoted to Hit,' llislorv, Uh'b,  TeimiimloKVi Oeotfiuphy, lieuloer, CliemiHtry, Mint-raloitv, Metiilliiruy, Finance"  ihkI .StutiHtic* of lopp>r, render mt tlio volume a veritabluencyclopudia of the mi b-  jeet ol Copper uni.l every tiling pertaining to the metal. ',, - '  It I* tha Worid't Standard Reference Book on Copper.  Bverv Miner, IVocpector, Inventor, Banker, and Broker neeiU the book. Price  it< 45 in Buckram bintlinK with giltu>p,'nr>7.50'iii full library morrows, and the  book, In either bindintr, will be sunt, fully prepaid, on approval, loanv HtMrcs.s in  the world, to be paidfpr if found miti��faetory, or may returned within a week of re  eeipt and thetliorge cancelled.   Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE j. STEVENS, 36 Poat Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  One.of the greatest blessings a rriod-  est man can wish for is it good, reliable  set of-bowels. If you arc not the  happy possessor of such an outfit you  can greatly improve the cfficitncy of  those you have by the judicious use, of  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are pleasant to take and  agreeable in effect. For sale by all  druggists. ���   ���  I Gait Coal  delivered to any part of  the city.  Hay, Grain,  0.vi.s, Wheat, Fkkd.etc.  I-'irge stock,  *&       Good Dry Wood.        <&  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,       oldAadnc"       Phoenix, B.C.  Unprecedented  to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  ytar  .......:.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year  ...........  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  TTQQ-r   /Including Handsome rortraif\  yVtXl    ^ofKing Kdward, 17x32 inches./-- -----  Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year  ....-----  $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  BubBcriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  5end all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX. B.C  Cancellation of Reserve.  NOTICli is hereby given tlml the reservation  established in pursuance of the provisions of the  -"Columbiaand Western Railway Subsidy Act.  1896," notices of which were published in Die  Hrllish Columbia Gazelle and daied 7th May,  18915, and sth June, 1896, respectl\ cly, are her. by  cancelled.  Crown lands situated within the area embraced by the ea-d reservation will be open to  sale, settlemei.t. |ensc and other deposition, under the provisions of the "Laud Act", three  months after the date of the first publication of  this notice in the British Columbia Gazette; provided, however, thai in all cases where lauds are  no sold, pre-empted, leased or otherwise alienated by the Government and .are subsequently  louud, upon the survey of the Columbia and  Western Railway Cmpimy'sblocks, tolie wholly  or in part within such blocks, then the persons  KO acquiring: such lands shall acquire their title  thereto from the railway company, who have  agreed to deal with such purchasers, pieempt-  ors, lessees, etc.,on the same terms and coudi-  tiousas the government would under the provisions of the "I.aud Act," except in lespccf to tlm-  berliiiidson tlievompany's blocks, which shall be  subject to llieregulstioii- issued by the company  r lative to the cutting of tinihei 011 the Columbia  and Western Railway I.nnd Grant.  W. S. CORK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lauds and Works.  Lards and Works Department,  . '  Victoria, B. C.,23rd February i 1905.  COLEMAN AGAIN BUSY.  One Hundred Men Added .to Ihe Force Lasi  ';���;:���.'������: 'Week.; ' .'  This weeic has seen a full force of  miners again at wprk,at the Coleman  mine of the International Coal & Coke  C6., one hundred men being added to  the pay-roll on Wednesday, the first of  the month; says the Ulairmore Times.  A force of men is firing up the coke  ovens, which will soon again be running at full blast, and turning out a  firstciass coke. The big I'i foot  Capell fan is again in motion; the air  locomotive is busy hauling strings of  coal cars from the,mine to the tipple,  where the elevators, picking' tables and  box-car loaders are again kept busy."  This company having now fully installed their plant and having settled  any chance': for a dispute with their  employees for some time to'come, is in  a position to produce a large tonnage  of both coal and coke. The' business  men of the town are also feeling j-.*bi-  lant ancKire preparing to do a largely  increased business this season, and  predict a laige increase in both build-  iug and population for the town.  CHEMICAL ANALYSIS  Jieveals That "Pe-ru-na is Calculated to  Tone up the System, Restore the Functions and Procure Health."  Sp SAYS PROF. L. J. MILLER, CHEMIST.  Spokane Falls  NofttefnRy.  The only all rail route between points  eaBt. west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Kepublic.  Bullet cars run between Spokane and  Nelson.  KFl'KCTIVH MARCH 5   1905  Leave. Arrive  9:50a. in Phoenix 5:20 p.m.  9'30a.'lli Spokane ..6:20 p. ill.  .0:55a. m Rossland 4:55 p.m.  9:70 a. 111 ......Nelson 6 30 p. 111.  3:50 ii. in '..'.....Grand KorkB 11:15a. in.  K:ooii.m Republic... ..fi'30 p.m.  Save  Time all the time  Every Woman in Poor Ifealib.  Has an awful struggle. Lots to do,  all kinds of worry, must contend with  loss of sleep, poor appetite and tired  nerves. Her only desire is for more  strength and better health. This is  exactly what comes of using Ferrozone,  the greatest tonic sickly women can  possibiy use. Ferrozone mak-is the  blood tingle and grow red, the cheeks  grow rosy, the eyes bright. Ferrozone  invigorates the- body, develops new  strength and makes life worth .living.  Ferrozone is the sort of tonic that  builds up, it gives one a reserve of  nerve force and establishes such healthy  conditions that sickness is 'unknown.  Let every- woman use Ferrozone. Price  Z5C-    ��� ���   ���  EVOLUTION OF THE DOMINION.  1867;  1867;  BY USING  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,  Vancouver  AND. ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  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F R EE���"A TeBt in Pronunciation," instructive  und entertaining     ^-j.  for tho whole-family.   Also   / fi^X  illustrated pamphlet. /    w?   \  / WEBSTER'S  1  G. & C MERRIAM CO., WernotonaiJ  PUBLISHERS, ^piCnONAIlV^  Springfield, Mass.  mesmaasss  WANTED.-MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, that arc tired oi  working for small wages, to qualify as salaried  od writers or show-card writers through oui  Instruction by mail. Prices low; terms easy: no  books to buy. Send for circular, stating where  vou saw this ad and which position you wnn  International Correspondence bcuooM  Scranton. Pa.  Progress Made  Since  Confederation, Thirty-  Eltht Years Ago.  The expansion of Canada since confederation, 38 years ago, is briefly  shown in the statement of dates of admission of the several provinces and  their area, following: |  Ontario���Admitted July   i  260,862 square mills.  Quebec���Admitted July   i.  351,873 square miles.  Nova    Scotia���Admitted   July  1867 ; 21,428 squure miles.  New Brunswick1���Admitted July  1867; 27,685 square miles.  Manitoba���Admitted July 15, 1870;  73,732,square miles.  British Columbia���Admitted July  20, 187.1;: 372,630 square miles.  Prince Edward Island���Admitted  July 1, 1878; 2,184 square nvles.  Saskatchewan���Admitted July 1,  1905; *3oo,ooo square miles.  Alberta���Admitted July 1, 1905;  ���150,000 square miles. -. ,'  ���Estimated approximaie area under  bill now before parliament. .  The other territories of Canada, not  yet made provinces, and the date of  their organization as territories are as  follows:  Kewatin���Organized April 12, 1S76;  470,416 square miles.  Yukon���Organized June 14,1898;  196,876 square miles.  Mackenzie���Organized Oct. 2,1895:  562,172 square miles.'  Ungava���Organized Oct.  354,061 square miles!  Franklin���Organized Oct.  500,000 square miles.  The area of Great Britain is only  88,396 square miles.  U Grippe Coming Acsln.  The doctors believe anotherepidemic  of Grippe is. here, and already many  are suffering. The medical men are  not afraid of Grippe since Catarrhozone  was introduced, and claim that no one  will ever catch this disease who in  hales the fragrant healing vapor of  Catarrhozone a few times daily. Catarrhozone kills the Grippe germ and  prevents it spreading through the  system. "Last winter I had an attack  of the Grippe" writes C. P. Mackinnon  of St. John's. "I founj Catarrhozonr  better than anything else arid was cured  by using it." Catarrhozone prevents  and cures Grippe, colds and catarrh  Two months' treatment $i.oo;trial size  25c. _^   Claim of U, C. Is Just.  A dispatch from Toronto says that  the Mail and Empire editorially supports British Columbia's demands for  better terms.    It says:  ���'' It is quite possible that the claim  of the Pacific province is just. No  doubt all the provincial demands of a  financial characier will have to be examined and adjudicated before long.  We are all paying into the federal  treasury many times what we paid at  confederation. There is something  in the suggestion that if the taxes increase at Ottawa the division among  the provinces should not remain  stationary."  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsmanl  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease  oil and rust stains, paint and and earth, etc., use  the "Master Mechanic's" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mfrs  Prof. L. J. Miller, late Professor of Chemistry and Botany of the High School  ' ��f Ypsilantl, Mich., writes from 3327 N. Clark Street, Chicago, 111., as follows:  "As several bf my friends have spoken to me of tho favorable results obtained  through the use of Peruna, especially in cases of catarrh, I examined it most  thoroughly-to learn its contents. '<���  "I found it composed of extracts of herbs and barks of most valuable medicinal-  qnalities combined with other ingredients, delicately balanced, calculated to tono  np tho system, restore the functions and procure health.  "/ consider Peruna one of the most skillfully and scientifically prepared  medicines, which the public can use with safety and success. "���PROP. L. J.  MILLER. . '   ,  "Buflda up the System.*'  Hon.. Joseph H. Ridgeway, Secretory  of the American   Anti-Treat   Society,  writes tho following letter from  the)  Grand Central Hotel, St. Paul, Minn.:  "Itis with great pleasure that I endorse Peruna as  an honest medi- "  cine, competent  to   do   all   it  claims.   I  have -  used it several ,  times and know  of nothing that  cures   so   completely, and at,.  the same   time  builds   up   tho  system.  "I havo recommended It to  a number of my*  friends and always feel that I do them a.  servico for I knew how satisfactory tho  results Invariably are. I only wish  every family had a bottle���it would save  much sickness and doctor bills."���Joseph  H. Ridge way.  " ��� ����� Fe��l Better Than for Mto Yean."  Mr. James B. Taylor, Roberta, Ind.,  writes:  "I am at tho present time entirely  well; I can eat anything I ever could.  I toolc flvo bottles of Pcrana, and feel  better now than I havo for Ave years.  I havo doctored with other doctors off  and on for flf teen yoars, bo I can Tocom-  mond your medicine very highly for  stomach troubles. I tako great pleasure  in thanking you for your free advice  and Peruna."���James B. Taylor.  "I Enjoy my Meala u I Coed to."  Mr. J. W. Pjritchard, Wolf Lake, Ind,  writes:  " I am pleased to say that I have been  cured of catarrh of the stomach by Peruna. I could hardly cat anything that  agreed with- mo. Beforo I would get  half through . my meal my stomach  would All with gas causing me much  distress and unpleasant feelings for an  hour or two after each meal. Bur,  thanks to your Peruna, I am now completely cured, and can cat anything I  want to without any of the distressing  symptoms. I can now enjoy my meals  aa I used, to do, and it is all duo to Dr.  Hartman and his wonderful medicine,  Peruna.  "It has been ono year since I was  cured, and I am all O. K. yet, so I know  I am cured."���J. W. Pritchard.  Dyspepsia is a very common phaso of  summer catarrh. A remedy that will  euro catarrh of ono location will cure it  anywhere Peruna cures catarrh wherever, located. That it is a prompt said  permanent cure for catarrh of tho  stomach tho abovo letters testify.  If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna,  write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your caso and he will  bo pleased to give you bis yalnablo advice gratis. ,..-,���  Address Dr. Hartman, Prosklsnt of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Cohunbru,  Ohio,>  -  ,  It's When Vou Have Toothache ���(��� ���.;r:,  That the power of Nerviline quickly  makes itstlf felt. Any aching tooth  can be relieved by Nerviline in a few  moments by filling the cavity with batting soaked in Neiviline. A good plan  is to rub the gums with Nerviline also.  There isn't a remedy that has one  fourth the pain-relieving power of Nerviline which acts like magic. Nerviline  kills the pain outright and prevents it  from.returning. You cun't beat Nerviline for toothache or neuralgia; it's  the best pain cure made.    Price 25c.  Wanted.  Men and women in this county and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established house of  solid financial ^standing. Salary to  men $21, weekly, to women $12 to $18  weekly with expenses advanced each  Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  Motion Bldg., Chicago, 111.  Every Child's Health Depends  The use of laxative occasionally. For  a mild, safe and certain relief use  Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut. Specially suited to children.  Let your children use only Dr. Hamilton's pills.    Price 25c.  If You're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  Phoenix  Pioneer  KBaraamisaanmBSBrassmxa  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest  News of  Boundary's Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  la^iiHnn 11 Itli nTfl n inw  iBBBMiMjlBi why 111| i&ll/n \ vJB  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  i'iirough Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Daylight Riae Through Nature's Art Gatlerg  Passing Captle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Koyal Gorge.  3 Past Trains Daily Bet, Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  For Detailed Information, address  W..C.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  fevood Stage Line j  f Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. ra.]  - Standard Time  ��-30 P- mJ  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S> McCAGUE, Proprietor.  <&��. ^^���������������^ 4  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  IMlot mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood  milling division of Yale (I istrict.  Where located���in Providence camp.  Take notice that 1. lsanc II Hallett, as agent  for Thomas Koderick, Free Minei's Certificate  No. HS04OI. and James Marshall, Vice Miners  Certificate No. US0429, intend, sixty days irom  theoatc hereof, to apply to the Mining: Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the  pur-  ADDRESS:  Pioneer Pcbllsliliig Co.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.  William Shaffer, a brakeman of  Dennison, Ohio, was confined to his  bed for several weeks with inflammatory  rheumatism. "I used many remedies,"  he says. "Finally I sent to McCaw's  drug store for a bottle of Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, at which time I was unable  to use hand or foot, and in one week's  time was able to go to work as happy  as a clam."    For sale by all druggists.  NOTICl?.  Summit, Mnvliower, Hopewell, Balsam Fractional, Cabot Fractional and Mayflower Vrac-  tioiml Mineral claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���In Summit cam]).  Takr. Notice that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as agent  lor Doueald Mclnnls, Free Miner's Certificate   ,���, ��� ^ _  ,     ��� ���    , .,      ,-  No B74591; (icorge W. ltumberuer, Iree pose of obtaining a Crown c.raut of the aliove  Miner's Certificate. No. BS0MS; ami Thomas ���  Roderick, Free Miner's Ci.rtiticatc No. llWHUi,  intend, sixty days trom the date here;>r to apply to tho Minim; Recorder for certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Cants for the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section S7, must be commenced be fore the issu-  ancc of such Cei tificatcs of Improvements.  Dated tliis2Dth dayof September, A. V. loo*-  _0_ I.H.HAI.LETT.  Grand Forks,   Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J. F.KOYKK.  Proprietoi  HcKimiiiiR Iline 1st, leave (ireenwood at 6 a.111  and Phoenix at 7:30a,m.; arrive at Grand Fork?  10:30 a. m..leave Grand For'-s3:45 p. in.,arriviii(i  at Phoenix 7 p. m., and Greenwood at S. p. ni.  Connects both ways with Great Northern trains.  Fare���Grand Forks to Phoenix, it ��; Phoenix  toGreenwood,50C; Greenwood to l'hocuix, Ji.ol  Greewood to Gi and Forks, $3. Ofiice in Green  wood,Ot. Northern Telegraph office. In Phoenix, McKae Bros. & Smith. In Grand Forks.  Gt. Norther offices. For express rates, uqulre  ���t either office.  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 25th day of January, A. D. 1905.  I. II. HAI.I.KTT.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, 8,C.  ��&- The most pel fecty appoint* "    c ��th  and Pleasure Resort lu the West, with  a  pletesvstem of Kntlis���iiicludillj: Turkish   an 1  Russian.   Open the year round.   The curative  properties of its waters are uncqunled.  For Curing nil Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Troubles.  Vor Healing all   Kidney,  IJver and .Stomach  ailuieuts.  For Kliiiiiiiating all MelallitPoisaiis from the  System  The grandeur of the scenery is unrivaled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursion,  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed "t  tnilrtn-sH  ���&n   ,-,^-7'r,   .-"-V  "17" ���  j�� ���������  ."������Vf-  '."rr ��7>7  '*..!  , f��TM.  r��tf*'  Tl-.7-.-~  -"��!���  ^���Vt y^f^.-.ij'.;.���> "f 7.5, ���������:.��� i ��� ft'j.  ffir'  I    ��  i���  ���If ���  'I;  I  fl  '��rVfr  Hi  GPP  V'.  'li  r  i- V  Bte'.  P1*    ^  w.  SI  THE PHOENIX ttONBEtl  Tou lionex  We make the pi ice on all goods as low as  we possibly can; as our business keeps increasing it enables us to buy our stock at an  advantage and we are continually giving you  the benefit. Our competitors have to meet  our prices, so u hether you buy from us or  not we save >ou money, but  Why not Buy from us?  Thomas Drug Cq.; Ltd.  A meeting of the directors ol" the  hospital was held this week Wednes-  day.  Development on the Helen mine,  near Gteenwood, is expected to be resumed shortly.  R. Hall, who had his thigh fractured  at the Granby mines a week or t vo  ago, is  piogressmg   favorably   at the  New BlaikMiHiu >.mp.  Louis DeFresne ami ?. Dagle have  just opened a blacksmith shop on lower  Dominion :i'.enu<-, m.u the Phoenix  btal.lt.',. The) are pi i. tual men in the  business and will giiepiwnpt attention  to orders for horseshoeing wagon work  and general blacksniithiii".  Proper Treatment of Pneumonia.  Phoenix General Hospital.  The fire department of Greenwood i     Pneumonia is too dangerous  a dis-  is now prepared to answer  calls  from  eo.se for anyone '<> attempt  to  doctor  i       i   ��� ���       -n c a ,    mm     himself altlioii"h he maj Innethe pro-  the atljoining village of Anaconda. I lie ,"IS' "> a_������"r," "/- .   /   ..    .,.'-.,.,  Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp.  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-dale,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St.,  l'HOKNIX, II. C.  J. A. McMASTER  Proprietor.  J*  charge for each call is to be $5.  It is to be hoped that this year  arrangements will be made for the  erection of a city hall in Phoenix. A  building centrally located, and perhaps  with a custom house and other public  offices therein, would" je a great convenience.  .Mayor G. R. Naden and John K.  Jackson, both cf Greenwood, were in  the city yesterday to take the Great  Northern to Victoria, where they will  try to arrange water record matters s>o  that Greenwood can secure a supply  of water lor domestic purposes frcm  Lind creek, which flows through An  aconda.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OF  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL  INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS.  Millinery Openlig Today.  Miss Stiuve will hold her spring  millinery opening this afternoon fiom  one to six, at her parlors in the Post-  office block. l,atest up-to-date styles  and children's ready to wear. Ladies  of Phoenix cordially invited 10 call.  Refreshments served.  nerremediesat hand. A phjsicianshould  alwa>s In- called. I(should beborne in  'mind, however, that pneumonia  alwa.s results from a cold or from an  attack of the grip, and by the proper  treatment of these diseases a threatened  attack of pneumonia may be warded  off. There is no question whatever  about this as during the thirty years or  more that Chamberlain's Cough Rem;  edy has been used, we li.ne yet to learn  of a single case of a cold or .attack of  the gr p having resulted in pneumonia  when this remedy was used. It is also  used by physicians in ihe treatment of  pneumonia with the best results. Dr.  W. J. Smith, of Samli-is, Alta., who  is also it druggist, s.ns: "I have been  selling Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  and prescril ing it in my practice for  the past six )ears. J use it in cases  of pneumonia and haiealwaws gotten  the best results." Km sale by all  druggists.  Notice. |  i  Notice is hereby given that all per- \  sons violating the Street IJy Lr.w, by  piling wood, boxes, etc., on public  thoroughfares, will be prosecute:!, unless same is removed by March'4'h,-  1905. By Order of the  Police Commissioners.  We  ate  Granby Exchange  Now we' hfve struck it in Mattiesr.es and Upholstered .goods.  ",   Headquarters For  these goods, we carry an enormous stock from the cheapest to .the"'celebrated  "Osterinoor", 8 kinds of  We have cut the ��5.00 kind to $3.90 and all others in proportion, in couches  and Upholstery  We certainly have cut pi ices down to bedrock as well as  H usefurnishihgs Complete*  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International Coal stock see J.  ^     L. Martin.  1 have a   good Piano for' sale or  rent," E. H. Mortimer.  '     '   See Boyle's ad in another column  ���it will interest y. u.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Balmoral  hotel March 9 to 12.  Supt. Hodges, of the Granby Co,  was in Spokane early this week.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office,  Bank blocl, from Match 10th  -   to 14th.  . '    Deeds, Mortgages and Bills of Sale  made   cut   and   recorded.    Ed.   H.  Mortimer, Notary Public  '   For large 'returns and good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix. B. C.  Quite a flock of drummers were  callers in the city this week, some who  had never made this point before.  Fred-L. Clark, Jr., general  western  1   agent of the Great Northern Express  Co., was a visitor in the city for seveial  days this week.  It is some years since all kinds of  flowers could be picked" out doors in  Phoenix in the first week in March, as  was the case this year.  Superintendent Broderick,'of Vancouver, of the Scranton International  Correspondence Schools, spent several  days in the city this week.  Oscar Bowen, resident engineer of  the Spokane Falls and Northern, and  W. H. Fortier, auditor lor the several  branches of that portion of the Great  Northern, were visito s in the city  Saturday on official business.  A man named McRac tried to jump  his board and other bills Thursday,  after drawing his time at the Rawhide.  Being given an audience befoie Police  Magistrate Williams, howevc, be  changed his waA, and agreed to settle  all around.  G W McAuliffe returned Saturday  from the east on the first Great Northern passenger train to reach Phoenix. He attended the grand lodge  meeting of th-j Eagles at Bloomington,  Illinois, and also visited Chicago and  points in Missouri.  S. N. Gerry, Jr., manager of the immense water power works at Missoula,  Montana, was in the city last week, accompanied by Mr.McKittrick, his consulting engineer. They were looking  over the electric service of the Boundary, and went from here to Greenwood.  Next Thursday Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46 will leave at 6. p, m. on a  special G.N. train for Grand Fork-, on a  social visit to the Odd Fellows' lodge  there. Members will be present from  Republic and the fust degree will be  exemplified with a joint team from the  three lodges.! The train will return  at 1 a. m.  James H. Kennedy, chief engineer  , of construction on the V V. & E.,  continues to remain in the Boundary,  which many think is significant as regards further, extensions of the Great  Northern Syptem, as the Phoenix  '. branch has; been turned over to the  railway^ operating department.    Mr.  Kennedy was' bete last Monday and  Tuesday^     ' ,  See Boyle's ad in another column.  Any of the local mining shares for  sale.    E. H. Mortimer.^  J. L. Martin made a flying trip to  Curlew, Wash., Tuesday.  This week's regular meeting of the  city fathers did not materialize.  F. W. Hart returned Saturday from  a several days' business trip to Nelson  Mrs. R. G Mack returned this week  fiom a several weeks' visit with friends  in Spokane.  A. L. Elliott, brother of Morris Elliott, left for Port Dover, Ontario, last  Thursday.  John Riordan expects to leave for  Chicago about the 20th of March,  where he will reside for the present.  At' tomorrow evening's meeting of  the Socialist League the subject will be  "What Would Vou Do if You Fell  Heir to a Million Dollars ?"  Joseph H Carter, of Nelson, traveling passenger agent of the C. P. 11.,  was in the city yesterday, on one o(  his official trips to the Boundary.  It is understood that Mayor Rum-  berger has postponed bis return to  Phoenix long enough to enable him  to take a trip to Arizona and New-  Mexico.  Greenwood Typographical Union  No. 358, with jurisdiction over the  entire Boundary, will meet in Phoenix  tonight and hold the periodical election of officers.  W. S. Tomey, who has conducted a  general store at Eholt for five years,  has been succeeded by E. Bailey &  Co. Mr. Tomey- expects to take a  trip to Ireland this summer.  James Marshall, alderman and acting mayor, left on Tuesday for Spo  kane, and says he will proceed to the  east and take a trip to his old home  in Scotland before hut returns.  George Lewis and Gus Schilling,  employees of the Montreal & Boston  smelter at Boundary Falls, died at the  Sisters' hospital in Greenwood last  week Friday, being ill with pneumonia.  Greenwood's Board % of Trade is  moving to arrange for the carrying of  bonded express between the terminus  of the Great NoJthern at Phoenix, and  that city. Duncan Ross, M. P, is  looking after the matter at Ottawa.  Tuesday the Great  Northern  passenger was delayed in arriving here by  a gravel slide at Coryell's ranch near  Grand  Forks.    Wednesday  the C. P.  R. train was delayed five hours   by a  snow and gravel slide at Coryell station.  Resolutions regarding the establishment of a customs  house in Phoenix  were sent   to  Ottawa  this  week  by  Secretary Mortimer of the Liberal Association, before notice of the decision  to establish such an office was received.  A. F. McMillan, an extensive property owner in  the city,   arrived from  the Alberta country on Thursday.   He  -.ays business is quiet  in  the Edmonton section at present, but much is expected on the advent of the new rail  ways.  Royer's stage line has been doing  quite a business in connection with  the Great Northern trains this first  week ol operation. At present the  line runs only to Greenwood, but on  and after April 1st it will be operaie.l  to Chesaw, Wash., 32 miles from here, f  New Mllllnerj Stock.  I wish to notiiy the ladies of 'Phoenix that I have ordered a new and  complete line of millinery goods, including the latest .shap :s and styles in  patterns atnd ready-to wear hats, also  for children. I expect to have this  stock on displ .y at my residence by  th '. first of April. __    ,  i6-?t Mrs. A. Ai.mstrom.  The Evils ol Constipation Are  Well known and the next best thing  is to know a reliable cure. Mis. \V.  Eddies of Stony Mountain, Man. says:  "Dr.Hamilton's Pills are just the thin?.  They go right to work ot once. I use  only Dr. Hamiltons Pills." 25c per  box.  I  Church Services   l  Tomorrow.  Hospital Doiull.nlg  T->t(if P'limiioiis reiened since Jan.  1st, JH05, to the Phoenix General Ilos  pita!:  CnOiJio   R.IIoircll  CVh$J5  J. 11. Macaulay  Casli Js A. V, Bern  Hook Ca��e  ..A K H. Clnrfc  lied l,l.ieu,4 doz      lluspilal Ladits'Aid  NOTICE.  Ayer's Hair Vigor.......  .$r,oo  Peruna................  -  1.15  Pierce's Prescription ,....  .'' 1.15  Pierce's G. M.Discovery.  .   1.15  Pinkhani's Compound....  .   1.25  Liquozone ....... .......  ���   1.15  Sarsaparilla   .. 1.00  Blood Purifier..........  ... 1.00  Tonic Bitters   .   1.00  Euthymol Tooth Paste...  ���    -=S  ThymolineTooth Paste...  .    .25  Tooth Powder   ���    -25  BOYLE,  The Druggist.  PHONE YOUR ORDERS.  Metropolitan Cafe    Meals at  -      All Hours.  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.    ���  Open Day and Night. (under summit hotel.V  .     ;    Oysters in every style. .'.-'"  Turkey and Chicken Dinner, Sunday, 5 to 8 p.m  G. W. Rumberger *  Real Estate i!  W  and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.  Shares in all the leading mines bought and  sold. Information about Phoenix and the  Boundary country given on application.-  S��  blUILKAMRBN   DlWSION   Or    VAI.E    DISIF1CI.  1 St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Sei vice tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school ai;d Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Set vices at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p. in. at the new church, the  pastoi preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.: o p. in. A heaity in  vitation is extended to all. I). M.  Perley, B. A., pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady^of  the Good Counsel.'���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, to a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard, O-M.L, Pastor.  XOTICK is hereby given that from anil after  the 30U1 iluy ol Tu c, 1905, the lollovtins described poitloii of'lit Omimjos DImsIou of Yale  Di-luct will he wiilitlrnn.i fiom the said Osojoos  Diiiwiti, and thtit the s.ncl portion will bees-  tn-liiherl n .-epiraie r.nml HecordmE Division.  t> be known us the fcuniHnineeii Division 01  Yule District.*iz :  Commcncinx at a point on the International  rluimt'ni) uhcre it is -.imrseclcd li> Paynston  'itel., wind! 1" ��l-o the sunth-east corner of  Vale IjiiiiI RicoruiMg District, thence following  ii'iitliL-tt iilungth ��� said 1 rtek and Hi'- South  Fork or l'he Sumlkamccii Iliver to ita junction  ��ith tiie'riil.imcen Kiver, thence westerly along  the Tulaiiieeii Kiver to the mouth of < lima  Creek; tln-uce norllieily along I,hi 11 a Creek to  its liiUriectii n with tin- south boundary ofr.ot  9<i9, iJroupl, Kiinliinps I)i\ won of Yale District;  ihence due cast to the eastern hank of Okniiagan  River, tilt nee in a nortlieilj direction, foltowinu  the t astern shore or Okauaonii River and  Oka' n|iiii< f,-ike, to a yioint distant 56 miles due  north of the Iiilciinltioiiiil lluiindary thence due  east to the western bouii l.irv rf the Kootenay  Laud Xicurdii'g Uistiict, thence southerly following the said western boundary of Kootenay  Dlsfntlt to Ihe .191I1 Pnrallel, tl.elice west along  49II1 I'liralltl to place of c niiiitiiceineiit.  \V.b GORK,  Deputy Coinini'sioiivr of Lauds and Works,  Lands am! \\ ork< Di-tin.itiin.iit,  Victoi'a, H C,, 1st March, 1905.  SHSHSHSHSlSHSHSHHH����iSa5rl5rlSHSHSHSa  SHSE5H5HSHSHSZScl5HSBSE5S5i3SH5HSH5E  Mae Ik \ Mil  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  Special attention is calledto our  new line of Stationery,   including  everything    needful   for   corres- ���  pondence   or accounting  in the  office or in the Home.  You will find it well worth  while to examine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  KNOB HILL AVE..       PHOENIX  E5115^5^SHScl5rl��SSHSHSH5asaraSf!525H5  HSH5HSESasasaSHSHSrl5HS25r!S2Sa5E5SS  Dominion Ave. �� T-vi ��� t-��    r+  Telephone No. 28. *�� JTIlOeniX,   B.  C.  *w^*ft*wiwi��n \+t*\\&*m*+*m***4s+*m  Just received direct from Scotland  a large shipment cf  "Sanderson's  Famous Mountain Dew"  Greenwood Liquor Co.  ���,  Boundary Agcms for 'TAIiST PKLKKKATED BKFR.'-  Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Liquors mid Cigars.  Telephone orders receive jirompt attention.  Greenwood, B. C.  JAMES McCREATH, prop.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Kcmnt'fi! 1802��� Incorporated 18iK{.  NEW WE-TvlINSTEJt. B.C.  mid keep  ll|l     Willi  the titnp.  The only  it'linlilu uuti |i to i.tiry.  Wasi-li it>piihii,g a specialty.  :. DEY,  Knub Hill Ave.  GEO.  The Jew. lvr  Painter and  House. Decorator.  f*4     AA-t I    The BEST, Cheapest  Homing I c"o,Mni'if^s  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it come  and examine goods.  A Full Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,   $  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old S  and Cheapest pi ices. if?  THOMAS BROWN, 8  Men's Wear Exclusively. Mi^o1!?K.,glroIi5J,x.    S  (.Provides si Clniatitin home for bIadonis of both i-i-xes at moderate i-at��.��.  Hits a preparatory elass fur jmior slntJ-  enip, doint grade public ttliool work.  Does ln'uli school work, roofers till hijtki  Bchool privileges-, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all liram-lirc  of a Practical Business Course and jiivtw  Diplomat Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Couise and in the l.adie>'  Course for JI.E.L. and M.L.A.. In University work, can tuk�� students tlirouirh  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A can be obtained from Toronto Univcrs-itt, which the college is in  full affiliation.  For fuller information and term* wiitu  Kev. W. J. Sipperull, B.A., B.O , Principal; or Rev J. P. Howell, Biirnar.  9 STATIONERY  The finest in  land.,  the  Cigars, Tobaccos,  Newspapers,  Magazines.  Alex McRae,  llnrrfy Mock  Dominion  Avenue.  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, B.C.  B  TOMKINS, Manager.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Sign Writing on short notice.       :       Estimates promptly furnished.  The Leodin? flofel of fhe noofenays  Special Rales to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  .CSLfL"'  WATCHMAKER  AND  JEWELER.  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST., - - '        - PHOENIX, B. C.  .g^&USL^ & 0~ 0*  k  r^^r^r^^sr^r^r^" Ttysf'z&'z&'i?  ��&.  W  ��*���  .����  *ji#  W  The Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out the Best Quality of  Stationery for any kiud of business. Special  attention paid to work for Mines. Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS,     ^    ���  The Phoenix Pioneer,  PHOENIX, B. 0.  PIONEER V.LOCK,  'PHONE Sil. li.  ^^^S^^^^^^^Sl^i^^;  ^5#####^2-^r^w^i  -MADIES' SHIRT WAISTS���They embrace a large assortment of styles,   the latest  design  and colorings.    New shaped sleeves, neatly trimmed. ������������'.'.'   '.     '    ���  LADIES' WRAPPERS���A line we are sure will please you, in light and dark colors;  MEN'S HATS-Just received our new line of Hats for Spring and Summer.    New shaoes in  Black, Brown and Grey Felt.    Also a nice range of Fedoras, Grarcos and Stiff Hats.  MEN'S SHIRTS-This is one of the finest and nicest lines we have ever carried as to stvles  patterns; and completeness, detached cuffs to match. .'. y    '  MEN'S SHOES���See our new line of dress shoes in black and tan.  BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING���A handsome line  sorted patterns, light and medium mixtures, well made.  See our New Line of Laces.  THE  DOMINION AVENUE  ���:i.i  ftffas  fJtMWffli^  Ki^^jS,^;"a iw  H^'r, '^?.^^'^^^'7ps-w^,,4':^,3j'.^'-vir/^!rt3r,-��ws.��*:��p s?-r.r  W^^&miWMfM^^mimmmm^im,,  WrSTO^mww'ir'mw'jr.


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