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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 4, 1905

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 16 ���oe^\  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  ,*wV   v  "*-*"*- -v*.  ���^ME^^-  u&sH^'?  AND  BOUNDARY   MINING  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Bound* t;*//  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1905.  No. 17'  mBMk^Lw*mmvmmmBm  3����i  THE  Big Store  SPECIAL  OF   -  Seasonable Goods  75C  For 1 Week Only.  J 75 pairs Boys' and  Girls'school shoes  buttoned & laced  35 pairs Ladies' and)tf| CA  Misses gum bootsJVl��3v  30 pairs Little Folks]  Overshoes, 1 to 3i$|#()(|  Buckle   ��   ���   ��� j  One Week Only.  htattkk (o., Ltd.  y$m&&$����$��&&$8��*  ��� ����6^*����^*8��SS^��$��^*����^��  We've just put in stock a car of  White  Burbank  'otatoes  They are exceptionally fine  .OO per cwt.  Also a car of  The proof of the popularity of this brand lies in  the fa��:t that we have sold 7 cars of this flour during the  past ia months. It is positively unsurpassed for general use.  In fact our whole grocery' stock can safely be said  to have as its first principle, QUALITY.  We solicit your confidence and co-operation to the  end, tliat we may make this store more than  ever���  The House of Quality.  RAISED THE  CITY SALARIES  The Council Does Considerable  Business.  Passed Some Resolutions  Custom House.  Re  Considerable business was transacted at Wednesday's session of the city  council, at which Acting Mayor Marshall presided, with Aldermen Carson, I etc>>  N. Lemieux .,...' i  $72 ����  Phoenix Electric Lighting Co. 172 70  A. O. Johnson.. . '.  8 00  W. Rogers (.,  8 00  Pioneer Pub. Co ".. 75 00  Ii. H. Mortimer . .*.  6 00  1$. C. Telephone Co  9 00  Morrin, Thompson & Co.. .. 4 00  B. C. Gazette. ...Jt  25��  A. Almstrom  1 00  I. Crawford  3  ' 5  Wm. Hunter Co  3 05  Chris Meinel.  ,v  6 00  Erie Jackson  12 00  loe Trombley  18 00  Dan Docksteadet  3 00  Arnold Glaucke  3 00  WINNIPEG MINE  HAS STARTED  .    Total  $406 40  The purchasa of 200 feet of hose, to  replace that destroyed  in  the  recent  fire, together with needed rope, hooks,  for the   fire   department,   was  Granby Co. Has  Agreement  For a Bond.  Property Will Now Be Thoroughly Tested.  Boundary Mining Notes  Roderick and Brown present. A let  ter was load from A. M. Whiteside,  solicitor, regarding claim of Richard  Silverthorne for damages for falling on  School street sidewalk and breaking  his wrist, thereby losing 51 shifts at  the Granby mines. The council is  looking into the matter.  By-Law No. 52, fixing the grade of  First street from Knob Hill avenue to  Victoria avenue, was read the first  time. This where is the bridge will be  raised this spring.  A strong protest was ordered sent  to the premier aud to our member at  Victoria, against lowering Ihe school  grant, as in the new proposed School  Act. And the council also asked for  an increase of the grant for pupils residing outside the municipality.  The city clerk was instructed to  draft a resolution asking the legislature  to pass an act giving all incorporated  cities power to tax railway lands witliin  Lheir limits, and that copies be sent to  thedifferent municipalities, asking their  support; also to the premier and our  member.  The following resolution asking for  tho establishment of a custom house  in Phoenix, and ordered sent to the  Hon. Minister of Customs, Duncan  Ross, M.P., etc, was passed:  Whereas, the City of Phoenix is the  largest and most important town with  out a customs officer in the Province  of British Columbia, and probably in  the'Dominion of Canada; and,  Whereas, the largest metalliferous  mines in Canada, which in 1904 pro  duced gold, copper and silver valued  at more than $2,000,000, immediately  adjoin and penetrate under the City of  Phoenix; and,  Whereas, the mines immediately adjoining the city of Phoenix shipped  more than 580,000 tons of copper-  gold ore in 1904, employing a large  number of workmen, and said mines  paid freights of more than $1,000 per  day; and,  Whereas, great quantities of valuable  mining.machinery and other merehan  dise have been and are still being im  ported into Phoenix by the mining  comjpanies and the merchants of this  city; and, ,   .  Whereas, a branch of the Great  Northern railways-has'just been completed to Phoenix, giving more direct  access to American markets, on account of which the importations to  Phoenix will necessarily be larger in  the future, Phoenix now also being the  nearest receiving point for direct import freight shipments destined for  Greenwood; and,  Whereas, the lack of a customs officer has caused and still causes people  of I'hoenix the greatest possible hardship, expense and annoyance every  day in the year; be it therefore,  Resolved, that the Corporation of  the City of Phoenix earnestly requests  once more that the Dominion Government appoint a customs officer and  establish a customs office in Phoenix  without delay.  A resolution was also passed asking  the postoffice department to utilize the  Great Northern in bring mails to I'hoenix.  Ten Dollar Raise in Salaries.  A letter was read from John Rior-  dan, of the Trades Council, asking an  increase of salary for the night watchman, which was ordered filed.  For some time the council has been  considering the raising of city salaries,  and a motion prevailed Wednesday by  which the city clerk, chief of police  and night watchman each receive an  increase of $10 per month in pay, beginning March ist. This makes the  salaries $55, $110 and $95 per month,  respectively, and with the police magistrate's salary of $25, a total monthly  salary-listof$aS5.  ,A letter was read from the Victoria  Times regarding space in the July ist  50,000 anniversary edition. It received a six months' hoist.  Accounts were ordered paid as follows:  authorized^  Orders were given the health officer  to compel hotel owners to disconnect  with the Twin creek flume and to put  in cesspools.  SURPLUS EARNINGS  WERE $88,922.00  Statement Regarding the B. C.  Copper.  The Boston Commercial says:  British Columbia Copper company  issues a statement of its condition at  the close of business Nov. 30, 1904.  It gives the surplus earnings for two  years as $88,922, which would amount  to about 15 cents per share annually  ,011 its outstanding 315,150 shares of  stock. Within this two years the report says, 73,258 shares of treasury  stock have been disposed of, and  $320,780 have been expended upon  additions to plant and' in acquiring  new mining interest.;. It is not stated  whether or not the cash thus expended  was the amount received for the stock  sold. It is declared that the mines  have quite as much more ore in sight  and proved as at the time of the last  report.  Funeral of John Vernon Hill.  The funeral of John Vernon Hill,  who w;ts killed last week Thursday in  the Gianby mines, was held last Sunday, there being a large attendanc'.: of  members of the Miners' Union. Revs.  Perley and MacColl officiated, the interment taking place in the city cem-  etary.  The coroner's jury returned a verdict  of accidental death, with a recommendation that the company stretch ropes  some distance in front of the tunnel  mouth, to warn ore train brakemen of  the tunnel. ,.  I    LOCAL JOTTINGS   1  * ��  Greenwood Curlers are preparing to  give a ball in the near future.  Thos.. J. Hardy has returned to the  Boundary after a visit to Ontario.  ���Mrs.. J. B. .Boyle, spent several days  in Grand Forks this week visiting  friends.   l  Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. Porter expect  to start in a week or two lor an extended visit in Seattle.  Supt. Hodges, of the Granby Co.,  recently made an inspection ofthe Bay  .mine, in Skylark camp.  The curlers and skaters have not  been enjoying their respective sports  hereabouts this week.  Grand Forks has an attendance ol  65 children at the public school who  reside outside the city limits.  The sixth annual ball of Greenwood Miners' Union will be held  March 17th at Masonic hall, that  city.  P. W. Gordon, of ���Nelson, representing the Imperial Oil Co. of Winnipeg  111 the Kootenays, spent yesterday in  the city.  L. Y. and Mrs. Birnie spent last  Sunday in Grand Forks, where their  daughter Doris has been down wi'.h  bronchitis again.  There is no doubt that Harold Nek  son and his company will draw a big  house next Monday in "Paul Kau-  var."    It's a way Mr. Nelson has.  E. H Tretheway, who has been re^  lieving at Three Forks, Nelson, etc.,  has returned to I'hoenix, and is once  more, for a time, handling the lightning here for the C. P. R,  The city of Greenwood is examining  Providence creek, and having a dam  built, for the purpose of determining  the flow of water and deciding whether  the creek has sufficient supply for city  purposes.  A few days  ago   the   Granby   Co.  made an agreement for  the  bond  on  the  Winnipeg   mine,   in   Wellington  camp, and already has a force of men  at work   tmwatering   the property, so  that it can  be   thoroughly   examined  and i-ampled.    The price of the bond  is not made public, but is  understood  to be in the neighberhood of $15,000.  The property was sold to satisfy claims  for wages by  Judge  Lea my,   of   the  county court a couple of weeks ago to  XV. T. Hunter,   James Hunter, C. D.  Hunter, XV. S. Macy  and  A.  B.   XV.  Hodges, and  these   gentlemen   have  made the agreement with the Granby  Co. referred to.    It is the intention to  thoroughly exploit  the  Winnipeg on  systematic lines, and if it proves  satisfactory, the bond will be taken   up by  the company.  Last Wednesday John Rogers, who  has had charge of the work for the  Granby Co. at the Senator mine, Summit camp, broke camp there, and removed to the Winnipeg mine, wheie  he will keep three shifts busy pumping  out the water A couple of cars of  material were shipped to the mine from  Phoenix, and as 'he work proceeds  Mr. Rogers will increase his force.  The Winnipeg now stands a chance  of being proved by men who have su.-  ficient capital to give it a thorough  test. Heretofore it has always been  handicapped in this regard, and the  property was operated in a hand to  mouth manner on account of lack of  capital. Many mining men believe  that the property has a valuable body  of iron ore, with gold values, and that  this will shortly be proved to the satisfaction of all. The mine has a 350-  foot shaft with hundreds of feet of  drifting, besides a second shaft near  th6 Golden Crown line. It > is  equipped with a small air compressor,  pumps, hoist, bunkhouse, etc.,  From plans now in hand, it is not  believed thai there will be any shortage of power after next fall in the  Boundary at Cascade.  Active work on the contract for a  '300 foot tunnel on the Gold Bug has  been started by the contractor, Martin  McHale, of Phoenix.  Diamond drilling still continues on  the Monarch for the Granby Co , and  in a short time development, in the  way of stripping, will be started.  Four additional ore pockets are being constructed at the No. 3 ore bins  of the Granby Co., where the Great  Northern gets its tonnage of ore.  Manager Duncan Mcintosh is installing machinery at the E. P. U.  mine, Skylark camp, consisting of an  8mo hoist, a 25 h. p. boiler and a No.  6 Cameron pump, with suitable build-  nigs  A 22-ton shipment of ore from the  Rambler mine West Fork of Kettle  river, recently received by J. W. Nel  son, the owner, gave returns of $73.24  per ton, the values being nearly all in  silver.  Another two car shipment of ore  from the Skylark mine is being hauled  to the railway. One of the cars is expected to be of a- pretty high grade.  J^ast night a night shift of eight men  was added to the force.  J. W. Nelson, of Greenwood, has  bonded the Silver Cloud fraction, in  Skylark cam]), to R. R. Penny and G.  H. M. Baker. The claim is believed to  contain the Bay lead, the shaft of the  Bay being but 200 yards distant  Last Monday the sixth furnace at  the Granby smelter was blown in and  the entire battery is now in blast, with  ample power for operating purposes.  The shipments from the company's  Phoenix mines were also once more  increased somewhat over both railways,  as a result.  (LN.PASSENGER  ON SUNDAY  First Regular   Service  New Line.  Over  Arrives  at 5.20 P. AI.,  Leaves 9.50 A. M.  and  SCHOOL REPORT  FORJFEBRUARY  Total Enrollment of Scholars  Was 96.  The report of Principal Thornber, of  the public school, for the month of  February is as follows:  Total daily attendance, 1,378.  Total actual attendance, 1,325^.  Average daily attendance, 68.9c.  Average actual attendance, 66.27.  Pupils enrolled, 96.  The following pupils were neither  absent nor tardy during the month:  Division I.  Edwin Greer Arthur Swanson ,  Glynn Evans Mortimer Lowney  Albert Brazel Mildred Bissell  Ada Pierce Marjorie Martin  Constance Lowney   Daisy Horrell  Division II.  Albert Elmgreen      Gladys Evans  Sigre Elmgreen        Gween Evans  Bessie Heidman      Frank Mueller  Edna Swanson Arthur Walters  Improvement Over Last Year.  Writing from Toronto, Rev. T.  Green, who lived two years in Phoenix, says to the Pioneer about its' recent illustrated number:  "Received the Midwinter Number  O. K., and am delighted with it. You  need to be proud of your second holiday number. It is even an improvement on the first one, which was exceptionally good. I am showing it to  all my friends as a proof of what Phoenix can do in the newspaper line."  A subscriber in New York city  writes: "The Midwinter Number just  received, You have turned out a very  fine piece of work, and 1 think the  work compares. favorably with any  other, no matter where it was done.  It certainly gives a very complete idea  of the Boundary, and its resources."  The announcement has been definitely made that Munroe & Munroe  have severed their connection with the  Montreal & Boston Consolidated by  selling out their interest to the Guggen-  heims. Manager Pemberton expects  to make a trip east shortly to see the  officers of the company in New  York.  Work was defiinitely discontinued  this week at the Senator mine, Summit camp, and the bond on the property thrown up by the Granby Co.  The mine has shipped more than  5,000 tons of iron ore, each ton containing a few pounds of copper aud a  dollar or two in .gold. It was useful  largely as a flux, and most of the ore  in sight was shipped. The owners are  Chris. Tobiasson and R. Hoffman," of  Grand Forks.  This week the new giant ore crusher  of the Granby Co. at the No. 3 tunnel  ore bins, was turned over for the first  time, and run light for a time. In a  few days it will be used regularly. It  has capacity of 1 50 ions per hour, or  3,600 tons each 24 hours, if run full  time. It is a duplicate of the machine in operation a' the company's  Knob Hill mine; thus, giving a total  crushing capacity of 7,200 tons per 24  hours, if operated full time. Both  crushers were manufactured by the  Jenckes Machine Co., of Sherbrooke,  Quebec, and are the largest in British  Columbia, or as far as known in Canada.  Tomorrow evening at 5.20���if the  train is on time���the first 'regular passenger train over the new Great Northern extension to Phoenix will arrive  here, and thereafter trains will run regularly daily, Sunday included.  Monday morning the trai.-t will leave  here at 9.50. running through to Marcus without change, making close connections for Nelson, Rossland and  Spokane, and arriving at the latter  place at 6.00 p. m.- The train is due  to reach Phoenix daily, as stated, at  5.20 p, m. A special effort is being  made by the railway company to secure business between the Boundary  and Nelson and Rossland.  As far as learned, there is nothing  new regaiding the excursion between  Phoenix and Spokane. It is expected  to take place on Thursday, the 16th  inst., and excursionists will have two  whole days in Spokane. Doubtless,  there will be a large number from  Grand Forks, Greenwood and Phoenix who will tike advantage of the  occasion to visit Spokane. The round  trip fare will be $5.00.  BONDED SEATTLE  MINE FOR $125,000  M. &B.Take Well Known  Claim.  It is reported that the Montreal &  Boston Consolidated have taken the  Seattle claim, ten miles up the North  Fork or Kettle river, on a lease and  bond, amounting to $125,000. The  vendors are Robert Clark, the locator,  and Hay &McCallum, of Grand Forks.  The sum of $50,000 is to be paid  at the expiration of one year.  The Seattle has been through a sea  of litigation, and its true worth has  never been shown up on this account..  Mr. Clarke worked for years on il, and  one time had it bonded to the Trail  smelter people.  $88,850,000 In Dividends.  Calumet & Hecla (Michigan) has  declared a dividend of $10 per share  and $5 extra, calling for a disbursement  of $1,500,000. This will make a  total of $88,850,000 reeeived in dividends by the stockholders of this company. Total amount paid in by  original stockholders was only $1,200,-  000. The company's six preceding  dividends were $40 each. It is estimated that the company is carrying a  cash surplus at present amounting to  $65 per share. Its earnings on the  present 15^-cent copper market must  be at the rate of $65 per share annually.  1901      1J02    1903      1904  231,762   309,85s   393,7'S   M9,7<>3  1,731     2o,Soo    71,312       5.340     99.��34   I4',3*6   ijS,079   I74.29S  S02  550  25.950  14,405  3.070  10.712  15.731  3.2S��  S55  1,759  1,305  5,^0  4,5*6     1.076  2,250  150  14,Sn  5*��  65o      8,530  7S5  6*5  3.339  19.365  22,937  ���5,537  363  =.435  6,400  37,96o'  16,400  3,450  222  364  33  I BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  i)       The following table gives the oie shipments of Douudarv mines lor 1900, for 1901. lor A  . . 1902, lor 1903, for 1004, niul 1905, ns reported to the Phoenix Pioneer��� -  i > Mine. Camp,        1900  A Granby Mines Phoenix   64,553  ��� Snowshoe : Phoenix       297  J B. C Copper Co.  Mother I,ode Deadwood  Montreal & lioston Con.  Urooklyn-Stcmwinder Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athelstan-Jackpot Wellington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brook!yn.Stemwinderd'mp..Fhoenix     150  Morrison Deadwood      B C. Mine Summit    19,494     47,405  It. 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 Palis White's  Jewel Long I.ake  Cunni West Kork  Providence Providence  Ktkhorn Providence  Skylark Skylark  I.nst Chance Skylark  K.P. U. Mine Skylnik  Bay Skylark  Ruby....... Houndary Falls  Republic Boundary Kails  Miscellaneous      3.23��  3,o6S  576  1,833  215 1  S?5  665  2,000  3V>  So  4S2  160  890  219  3-150  325  993  400  167  500  726  325  52  50  300  30  130  90  73  >53  105  33  60  750  Latest Prices In Metals.  Nkw Youk���Copner, i-lectrolvtic, $15,'  37@*15.B0; lake, $16.25�� 15.50'  Bar Silver, 60  Lewi, $4.15at $4.60.  96,600   390,800   5o6,S]6   690,419   S2S,SoS  136,401  63.3S7  17.361 '  Total, tons   Smelter treatment��� V  Granby Oo    63,387   23o,Sj8   312.34��   401,921   596,352    90,027   12,276$  n.C.CopperCo     117,611    148,600   162,913   2>o,4&4    31,36;    4 36S ^  A    Montreal & Boston Con    >3'.570    30,930     29,479    3,6j0 ^  ��^^^>-<^<S><>-^^<^^^K^^<M>'^<^^-^^K>^<>-^<^^'<^'^^M><>^>^<9��  "fvV, "'{  m  IS  . rt-  ' '���{  ';3?L1?ff7Cff,-:��-  ���      _ ,-J '^i  'li  * ir  -''    *1P}-  ������>  ii '1  "Pf '  1!;i  p  ft  ft  1  >84  fsji  3K  U"  ������ \f  ' 1  < '',' i >"'-J  ,i    �� i    j  THE PHOENIX PIONEEfe.  A Household Wotd is  Tea. It's a household necessity, too, for people who  care to have the best tea possible, and at the  most moderate price.  The red label seems to be the favorite.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Wining Journal.  IM3BO ON BATCKBATS BY TH*  PIONEEE PUBLISHING CO.  ATraomz.a.c  W. B. WILLCOX. Manmch.  T.i,nkMM l BulneM office No. 14.  Telephone* | *����*�������� retttence, No. IJ.  SDMeumoMi in advance.  Then comes the question, are the  men now receiving fair wages that  work in the smelters? In the Boundary smelters they receive on an average 25 cents per hour for the twelve  hours, whether they work all the time  or not. This is ten per cent, more  than is paid in other B. C. smelters.  It goes without saying that if the law  had been passed they would expect  the $3 for eight hours work, and right  here would come the" trouble if there  should be trouble.  March installment of "Frenzied Finance." Regarding copper mines Mr.  Lawson it requires $5,000,000 and  five years of time to make a good copper deposit, pay profits. Those best  acquainted with the subject thoroughly  agree with Mr.-Lawson. It follows of  course, that newspaper men are not  holders of large blocks of copper  shares.  Kootenay Engineering' WorKs  NELSON, B. C.  founders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Ciiawpohd Double Ropb Aerial Tramway System, Limited.  Mining and Mill Machinery, Ore Cars, Backets, Tanks, etc.   Iron and Brass Castings.   A large and complete stock  of Shafting, Supplies, Fittings, etc., always on hand.   Pulleys. Flanges, etc., made to order on short notice.   All  break-down and repair work rushed through without delay.   Estimates for all classes of work furnished upon application.   Special attention given to mall orders.   Scrap Iron bought by the carload.  SSMMSSk. B-c-TRAV,S' Ma,,a*er'P' a��- *  Per Year....  ....41.N  lie HontlM ���  1.15  ��^^&.^  n.^,^1^.1^  Ifvouiiresioiitaubsciiber to thii piper, thl��  U an Invitation to you to become one.  Admtklnc nice Inrnuhed on spplicatlon.  Legal notice* io ud 5 ctnti per line.  Vov weekly insertion! ooutiUte one month'!  ���irtrt alng.  So far the smelters of British Columbia have not been able to show any  profits worthy the name for the millions that have been invested. They  have been steadily operated for from  four to eight or nine years, and yet  this is the undisputed case���no dividends in sight. Just now the price of  the me'als is in a most favorable condition, and there seems a chance for  some small profits some time this year  if matters run along smoothly.  ���   o  ,���     ���  - - r  I  MAR*  1905'  Sui.' tfu.Titi/Watf. Tfcu  r              t  Fri.  SlL  ,'  1    3  3  4  .    5    6  7     8 '   9,  10  11  '12   13  14    15    16  17  18  19   20  21    22    23  24  25 '  "  20   2 J(  28    29   30  3i '  > ������   THE EKJHT HOW SMELTER MEASURE.-  _____ ,     ,      '  ��� f*        ' 1  A determined effort was made last  . week by, Hawthornthwaite, the Socialist member from Nanaimo, to pass a  ��� bill in .the legislative assembly, making  /eight hours the. legal day's work in the  smelting works of this province.   On  ��� the second reading the bill was .killed  by a" vote of 26 to 12, and tht vote itself brought out some curious things.  , .Brown,   the .Liberal   member  from  ; Greenwood, voted against the bill,  .while Fraser, the Conservative mem-  ber from Grand Forks, voted for it.  John Houston voted for it, while his  ��� paper, the Nelson Tribune, worked  tooth and nail in its favor. < Conserva-  . tives and Liberals ranged up on either  side, showing that it was, not defeated  f Las a party measure, but because tlie  majority behaved it best for the province, that it should not pass at this  time. ,  The bill itself offers much  food for  thought.    It is granted generally that  ' smeltermen are employed about twelve  hours per shift, but this work differs in  different smelters.' In one���like the  , Granby, for instance-^-these. men do  < not work more than an average of eight  , hours out of the twelve, and many of  them less.   In others the work is' said  to be almost continuous, and the hardest kinder labor.   In still another, the  Trail smelter, the men sent a wire to  the coast, saying that they were satisfied with the hours of labor.   And in  all these there is a decided difference  of opinion.  Down at the coast, where so much information that has absolutely no foundation in fact emanates, they have had  strikes going on in'the smelters of the  Boundary since last week, as a result  of the defeat of the Hawthornthwaite  bill. But like the majority of such  tales, there was not a scintilla of truth  in them. They did not realize down  there that, in all reason, before anything of that kind occurred there would  be a demand made, an ultimatum  given and the matter considered in ail  its, bearings ,by both parties to the  matter.' As far as can be learned  none of these steps have been taken  by the unions.  It is also significant that J.H., Hawthornthwaite, the author of the bill,  has no use for trades unions' and has  said as much. , Such is his extreme  Socialism. Then again Socialists are  supposed to believe in making every  effort to adjust conditions through  the ballot box first, and many of them  deprecate a strike. All these things  should be remembered.  It is really amusing to watch the antics of the opposition press of this province. Every one of the Grit editors  know that'up to the date of the McBride administration the piovince had  been running into debt, and every one  was also aware that this had to 'stop  sometime. Premier McBride has stopped il even chough the means seemed  drastic, and taxes were increased. But  at every turn the Liberal editors cry  out���for want of something better to  say. It is an absolute certainty that a  Liberaladministration would have found  it needful to do almost the same as  has Mr. McBride, but of course, that  would be a different story.  Air Compressors    :    Rock Drills \  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head Office aud Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD AND  VANCOUVER,  ,'��^^��^^%^^V%^%^^tt^^��^%%%^%'V%^%^^%%'%V��^^%''  PROVINCIAL.  - There are'many who do not' believe  in legislating for the hours of each and  every industry, but think that these  are matters that should be sett'ed between employer and employee .if. they  can once get together and - reason it  out. In other words, a'little arbitration,  entered into the light spirit on both  sides, will go a long ways towards settling differences. -But neither' side  should think that they have all of the  right on their side, as this rarely proves  to be the case.  Over five years ago an eight hour  law for miners laboring underground  was passed, and many thought it would  ruin the mining industry. In the Boundary there was no trouble whatever,  but in Rossland and the Slocan there  was a succession of troubles, from the  effects of which those sections are only  just emerging. It is safe to say that  there is no danger whatever of that  law being repealed. Mining is dangerous business at best, and with all the  safeguards thrown around the calling  finalities do occasionally occur.  Here is an interesting statement for  the politicians to ponder over:  All the provincial governments east  of the Ottawa river are Liberal, and all  those west of the Ottawa are Conservative, the latter section being the most  populous. "  The Japs still have Russians on the  go���towards St. Petersburg. Thgy  are evidently pounding it into the Slavs  that they meant it when they said they  wanted an indemnity of a matter ,of  $350,000,000 to stop the war.  Vancouver claims a population of  40,000.  A tax rate of 20 mills has been  made in the city of Slocan.  Victoria has the first wireless telegraph station in the province.  After April ist carpenters and joiners  at Fernie will work but eight hours.  Ymir's waterworks company has  declared a dividend of ten per cent.  The Vernon News is preparing to  issue a 60-page finely illustrated issue  for the Dominion fair.  The Kootenay, Cariboo and Pacific  Railway has been given an extension  of five years in which to complete its  road.  On April ist the C.P.R. will take  possession .of the Esquimalt&Nanaimo  railway on Vancouver island, recently  purchased.  Nominations for'the Enderby civic  elections take place on March 6th, the  elections on the 13th. Letters patent  for the incorporation issued on February 24th.  The local elephone company atNa-  naimo, has been absorbed by the B.  C. Telephone Company, which will  build a metallic ��� system and make  the plant first-class in every respect.  A bill has been introduced into the  legislature compelling drummers, sell-  ling goods to be imported into the province, to pay a license. Liquor and  cigar men are to pay $100 and others  $50, every six months.  But this is not the case  with the  smeltermen.   The work is often arduous, and hard in the extreme, and in  some smelters the fumes are certainly  . bad for the men who have to breathe  , them, especially in lead smelters.   But  ��� comparatively speakingr there are few  fatalities in smelters, probably as few as  ' in any manufacturing business, and the  ' same argument regarding the hazardous nature of the occupation, as in the  vassal miners) wiU not hold good.  Last year the published dividends of  the various mining concerns in North  America aggregated upwarda of $90,-  000,000. Which is another way iof  saying that brains and capital can ah'd  do make a success in the'field-of  mining.  Some of those newspaper men at the  coast are artists in their line. If th, ey  had a little more rope they would have  every smelter in the country closed {by  strike���en paper. They hardly stop to  verify the baseless rumors, either.  From tbe report of" the speeches  made last week at the annual meeting  of the associated Boards of Trade at  Ne'son, considerable hot air was in  evidence there. But the meeting Wly  got down to busines, and passed many  resolutions that should be of benefit to  the Kootenays and Yale.  A Favorite Renedv Par BaUes:  Its ple^ant taste and prompt cures  have made Chamberlain'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.  January's pay roll with the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal Co. was $125,949.  The Slocan Star is sending out zinc  ore at the rate of between 60 to 70 tons  per day.  Sandon mines shipped 440 tons of  zinc and 117 tons of silver-lead ore  last week.  Rossland ore shipments last week  were 7,515 tons, or a total for the year  of 53,181 tons. <  LeRoi's profits for January are estimated at $27,000 from an ore output of 10,058 tons.  There is talk of amalgamating the  the White Bear and California mines  at Rossland. The latter is controlled  by Granby interests.  The American Mining Co., of Indiana, has acquired the hydraulic plant  and leases of VV. Cowan, on French  creek above Revelstoke.  It is said that the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Co. is preparing to lock horns  with the C. P. R. for an^ enormous  claim for timber cut from the lands of  the former.  John L. Retallack, on behalf of the  mineowners, has gone to Ottawa to  urge the government to appoint an  expert to report on the zinc resources  of the Slocan.  For the month of January 22 mines  shipped 4,220,711 pounds of ore to  the Trail smelter, containing 1,295,292  pounds of lead. Of this 680,536  pounds came from the St. Eugene  mine, at Moyie.  An option has been given by C. A.  McLeod on the Mountain Con group  to M. S. Logan of Nelson. The consideration is $67,500.of which $2,000  was paid on February 13th and the  remaining $65,500 is to be paid on  July ist.  Phoenix Livery Stable  William Matheson. Props.  Fwrvthiflff NPW CARRIAGES AND OTHER RIGS  HTVIJUHllg HWtT HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  'mmmmmmmmmEmmmmmmmMMmmmmmmrHUNDRED 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.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACC.DF.N'l.  Commissioner for taking Affidavits,  " Phoenix, li, rj.  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. First & Knob Hill Ave.  PHOENIX, B. Q  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A.M.  A.IIILUKR,  Secretary.  ��KO. JtJ.DHV  W.m.  I- O. O. F.  SNOWSHO��tODC��No.<6  ?'"'.' e\ery "��"doy E"��1��K at  Ham,     '  tUitmjr bntheru cordially Invited.  A. S Williamson, N (j  Oeo.R.Miud, Kee.Bec'y.  Win. Delahay, J'er. IM,,. s��v  Phoenix A eri  NO. I5��.  Jleetlnga on Friday  ��;S-jO|>.lii.,Mliicri  Union,Hall.  Visiting   brethren  11 \:m<,  DAN DOCKSTKADKR, JPrea.   M.II ROY, Secy  I P. Burns ��s Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  U flrlppe Coming Af,a[a.  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 'thisv disease who inhales 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 Gripp-i" writes C. P. Mackinnon  of St. John's. "I found Catarrhozone  better than anything else and was cured  by using it." Catanhozone prevents  and cures Grippe, tolds and ;catarrh.  Two months' treatment $i.oo;trial size  25c  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, II. C  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  .... Wholesale and Detail ileal flerdianfs.:  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 IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention. - t >  i  DRINK  Phoenix Beer  Made from 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.  I  1  1  I  1  I  i  1  ?  T  i  T  JOB PRINTING,   -  JOB PRINTING,  fOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pioneer Pub. 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KXPRESS-For I'armiiigtoh  Garfield, Colfax, Pullman  Moscovr.r.cnriitoii, Portland  San P>nnclu.-o, Baker City  and all points EAST.  KXPRKbS - From, all points  East, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland, Coirax, Oar-  field and Farmington 11.40a.ni  ���IUcept Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Itoute.  Steamers sail from Ainsnortlidocc, Portland  at 8 p. ni. and from Speurbtrcct wharf, SanPran.  Cisco, at 10 a. 111, every five dayB.  Tickets on sale at all S.P fc N. stations.  For further information as to rates, time  trains.equipment,etc .address  GEO. J. MOHI.KR.General Agent,  Riverside Ave.. Spokane. Wash  Phoenix Shoe Shop*  , All Work Guaranteed.  "  Imported Goods.  FINE IiOOrS AND SHOES  MADE  TO ORDER.  PRAC1ICAL    MINERS' A ND PROS  PECTORS'SHOES   A SPEC1ALTV.  Shop  on   Dominion A.vo lue.  STRICTLY BUSINESS: j  v**Q^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K  By the way they are being stirred  up,   Thos.  W.   Lawson, of Boston,  seems to be getting at <he root of the~  J matter, regarding the "System" in his  Now is the time to break up the  ground for planting your spring ad  vertislng.  Don't tell other people things that  you wouldn't believe yourself if another  told them.  Even the most obdurate non-adver  tisers believe in advertising���for the  other fellows.  It's the tall man, or the heavy man,  or the man with some peculiarity of  costume or figure, that is noticed in a  crowd. Apply the simile to advertisements.  Every business man has agoodbusi  ness story to tell. His strongest endeavor should be to put that story  before the right people in the right  Firwwt, 8es6i��"lce, Sperttmanl  Tohesl aad soften the skin and remove grease  oil and nut atalna, paint and and earth, etc.; use  the "Kaatcr igcebcate's" Tar-Soap. Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mfn��  And Boosidarv Mining Journ��!  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.  >.  In five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined and  smelted here, with a valuation of over #12,500,000. And the industiy 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 tlie Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable news ofthe mines and smelters ofthe Boundary.  ��BB  The Pioneer is worth $10 per year-  payable to the  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  ESBssmstaesswmm  -but it costs only $2,  if the coin comes with the order.    Make all orders  ���9  &  r.aYifo&7.fiWiWMftfcdll  Phoenix, British Columbia  KSKSHBSHHffiJ  B^msmomamnmmvmiMm^^mma gag  ^  THE PHOENIX PlONEEB.  ESTABLISHED   1859.  EasternTownsMpsiftnk  FORTYtTWO BRANCHES AND AGENCIES  IN CANADA. '  EXTENSIVE FOREIGN  CONNECTIONS.  LIABILITIES  apll��l P��W up   STATEMENT.  Jan. 2nd, 1905.  .12,477,933.00:  1^00,000.00]  m,w.tr  RESOURCES.  Cash on band I 1,3 "0,903 ��  Due from other banks............  J,(S82,557.8fl  Deposi' wltb Dominion gov't-...     i0t>,000.ou  Government, municipal nnd oiher  bonds and securitler      653,439 62  ,^nan�� 11,095,012.81  'Real estate, morHiaues, bunk premise! and orher asset's ...    :    528,183.00  |16,186,��7 72| ������16,18S,427,7'2  JA8. MACKINNON, Gsneal Manager.  COPPER  The n��w edition of the COPPER HANDBOOK lists and deenibes 3,811 cop  ner mines and copper mining companies, in all partu of the world, rovering tlie  ilolx' ther-edescriptions ranging from two linen to 12 pacea in length; acrording to  importance of the mines. The descriptions are not padded, but givo facts in the  most condensed ��nd get-at-able form. p  There are also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the. History, Uses,  TerniinoUkv, Geo({r��phy, Geology, Chemistry^ Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  and Static/ica of fopper, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  ' It It tkc Wirld'sStsndsrd Reference Book on Copper.  Every Miner, Prospector, Invrstor, Banker, and Broker needs tlm book. Price  ;a ��5 in Buckram biiidlR-x with gilt top, or $7.50 in full library morroixo, and tlie  book in either binding, will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any addrebs in  the world; to be paid for if found satisfactory, or may returned within a week of re.  ceiptsnJ lliechargo cancelled.   Address tlie Authorand Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 38 Pott ORee Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. *.  Gait Coal  delivered to any part of  the city.  Hay, Grain, ��  Oats, Wheat, Feed,etc. %\  Large stoclc. /^  Good Dry Wood.       ^     ^  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave,      ^S&tST       Phoenix, B.C.  Oie flood TurnDescrrci Another.  Every man in every town during the  course of a lifetime has to ask a favoi  of an editor���not an exception to this  rule, says an exchange. A man may  escape a doctor, keep clear of the  courts but once in a lifetime at leasl  every man has to go to the newspaper  to have ar certain piece put in���a death  notice, a marriage notice, etc., to have  a certain piece kept out or to have his  name printed in, or omitted from some  item. It is therefore to your interest  to treat the editor fairly. He desires  to be fair: he would rather do the right  than the wrong thing, but if you; give  him a kick the dent of it may be found  in the top of your own hat some day  and you will never know how it got  there. Don't think you are immune;  don't think that providence lias especially favored you. Your time will  come, and when it does come it will  be a fine investment if you have a  friend in the editor's office.  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He was at  the head of a procession in the Strand,  and I was on a bus." During a late  visit to London, Mark Twain was presented to King Edward, when bis Majesty greeted him cordially with: "I  have met you before. You must re  member. It was on the Strand and  you were riding on a bus."  It's When You Have Toothache  That the power of Nerviiine quickly  makes itstlf.felt. Any aching tooth  can be relieved by Nerviiine in a few  moments by filling the cavity with batting soaked in Neiviline. A good plan  is-to rub the gums witluNervilme also.  There isn't a remedy that has one  fourth the pain-relieving power of Ner  viline which acts like magic. Nerviiine  kills 'the: pain outright and prevents it  from returning. You can't beat Nerviiine, for toothache or neuralgia; it's  the best pain cure made.    Price 25c.  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rateB.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  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No one can fail to be interested in the  plofr pr fail to sympathize with the hero  or heroine, or wait the denouement  with feelings of anxiety. The part of  Paul Kauvar, painter and patriot, well  suits Mr. Nelson, and in it he has made  the success of his stage career. His  manager, Mr. G. P.Walker, has given  him a strong supporting company, and  has also, without regard to expense,  equipped the new production with effective scenery and costuming. A  splendid,perormance may be expected  when "Paul Kauvar" is produced here  on March 6th.  One of the greatest blessings a modest man can wish for is a good, reliable  set of bowels. If you are. not the  happy possessor of such an outfit you  can greatly improve the efficiency 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. .  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WANTED.-MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-Bchool education, that tire tired of  wSririne for ��ronll wbitcr. to qualify ns sn ariod  nd wrifcr? or Phow-cnrd writers thrown our  f��lrec"n by ronil. Prices low; terms easy: no  ?ooKo buy. tend lor circular, statlnc where  SusVwtlns ui and which position yj�����ii  ��?EnN*TIONAI.    CORRnSPOND.KNCI'.    fcCIIOOlS  -tiranton, P.��-  Coal Go. Will Output 300,000  Tons This Year.  The settlement of the coal miners,  strike at Coleman, Alberta, was pleasant news to many in the Boundary,  where numerous shares of this concirn  are owned. The men and the management got tog"ther and after several  conferences finally agreed upon a basis  of settlement, to last two years, the  hasp; being practically that in force in  other coal mines in the Crow's Nest  l'ass.  This coal company, while one oi the  youngest in the district, has one of  the best developed mines and the largest and best equipped plant in  Alberta a, id is now in a position to  produce the largest output of coal in  the Pass. Its officials recentl) elected at the annual meeting are: A. C.  Flumerfelt, president; H. N. Galer,  vice-president; W.G. Graves, secretary;  E. E. Reynolds, superintendent and  G. L. Fraser, master mechanic, and  deserve great praise,-not only for the  way in which they have developed and  equipped the property, but also for the  way they have pushed their town  ahead and met and overcome many  difficult problems.  Last year, the first in the history of  this pioperty, it produced an output of  51,000 tons of coal, and this besides  erecting their large plant and building  104 coke ovens, so it is safe to say  that this year it will reach over the  300,000 ton mark with its output.  FEMALE  WEAKNESS  IS USUALLY  PELVIC  CATARRH.  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Winter has decided not to do much  lingering in the laps of spring for the  present hereabouts.  . "Oh, no" the Grand Trunk Pacific  does not want a subsidy from British  Columbia," we were told over and over  in last fall's election campaign. Now  watch them. .  Hereafter Phoenix.will have a daily  passenger train service, thanks to James  J. Hill.  Hedley people want the government  telephone line extended to the Boundary district.  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.  OLLA PODREDA  The busiest man is not always  the  best, but he accomplishes the most.  The man of the hour is not the one  who thinks, but the one who does.  ���'    O  The fellow who wants what he never  gets usually gets what he never wants.  '.    $     '  The greatest man of earth is not tbe  wisest, but   the one who makes  full  use of the wisdom that he has.  How's This?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anj  case ofCatarrh that cannot be cured by Hnll's  Catarrh Cure.   T-\ J. CIIKNEV & CO., Toledo O.  We, tlie undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney  for the last 15 years{ and believe him perfectly  honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by  his firm.       Waldino, Kinnan & Makviw.  Wholesale DruggLts, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol  the system. Testimonials sent free. Trice 75c  per bottle.   Sold by all Druggists  Take Hall's Family's Pills for constipation.  A pencil mark here j_ .  is a reminder that vour subscription to this paper ia  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate j;our  prompt attention.  WOMEN WHO SUFFER  Listen to What Dr. Hartman Pro '  fiosai to Do for You Without  Charge.  DoubUoss hundreds of thousands: of  women all over tho United States have  seen Dr. Hartman's offer ia tho papers-  how ho has undertaken to treat evpry'  woman suffering with any form of  female disease who will write to him,  free of charge.  Io those who have not heard of this it  may ho said that Br. Hartman is a physician and surgeon of great renown in  medical circles, especially in the treatment of those diseases which women  alone have to bear.  He has arranged to answer all letters  that are sent to him' from women  troubled with any form of female weakness, free of charge, giving the benefit  of knowledge which has cost him. forty,  years to accumulate.  The medicines he prescribes are within the reach of any woman, and she can  get them at any drug store.  All she is required to do is to send her  name and address, together with hor.  symptoms, duration of sickness and age.  Address Vtt. 8. B. Hartman, President |  Miss Muriel Armitage b  of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,  Ohio.  Mrs. Senator Koach, of, Larlmorc, K".  Dak.; Mrs. Senator Warren, of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Dclva Xiockwood and I Irs.  General Lonsstrcct, o�� Washington, D.  C.�� are among tho prominont ladies who  indorse Peruna. ���     i-  Miss Helen Rolof, Kaukauna, Wis.,  writer:  " Several times during tho past two  years or moro my system has been  greatly in need of a tonic, and at those  times Peruna has been of great help in  building up tho system, restoring my  appetite and securing rottful sleep."���  Helen Rolof.  Miss Muriel Arniitago, CO Greenwood  Ave., Detroit, Mich., Pistrict Organizer of the Koyal Templars of Temperance, writes as follows:  "I suffered for five years with uterino  Irregularities, which brought on hysteria and mado mo a physical wreck. X  tried doctors' from tho different school*  of medicine, but without any perceptible  chango in my condition. In my despair  I called on en old nurse, who advised  mo to try Poruna, and promised good  results if I would persist and take it  regularly. I kept this up for six months,  end steadily gained strength and health,  *r.nd when I had used fifteen bottles I  considered myself entirely cared. 1 am  a grateful, happy woman to-day."���Miss  Muriel Armitago.  Miss Lucy JI. Riley, 83 Davenport Sfc,  Clovoland, Ohio, writes:  "I wish to add my indorsement to  thousands of other women who have  boon cured through tho use of Peruna.  1 suffered for five years with sever*  backacho, and when weary or worried  in tho least 1 hod prolonged headache.  I am now in perfect hoallh, enjoy life  and have ncithor an ache or pain, thanks  to Pornna."���Lucy M. Biley.  If yon do not derive prompt and satis*  factory results from the use of Poruna,  write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your case and ho will  be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis.  Address Dr. Ilartman, President of  Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, <V  Proper Treatment oi Pneumonia.  Pneumonia is too dangerous a disease for anyone to attempt to doctor  himself, although he mayhave the!proper remedies at'hahd. A physicianshould  always be called. Itshould bebome in  mind, however, that pneumonia  always 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 Remedy has been used, we have yet to Jearn  ofa single case of a cold br 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  druggists.  Spokane Falls  &  Northern Ry*  Tlie only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks ami Republic.  Bullet cars run between Spokane and  Northport.  UFHUCTIVH junk 14- 1903.  I,cave. ,*.rrtvc  8:45a in Spokane 6:15 p. iu.  .0:40a. 111 Kosslaiid i 4:35 p.m.  7:20 a. in Nelson 7.20 p. m.  10:35a. in Grand Vorks..; 4:00 ��. iu  Rttoa. in Republic 6:15 p. m  Save Time ail the time  BY USING  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  l'tirough Salt Lake City, Glunwood .Springs, Leadville, Pueblo;  Colorado Springs and Deliver.  A Dayispi RWe Througg. Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of .The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and tlie Royal Gorge.  3 Fast 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.McBlUDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGOM.  Phoenix-  Gfecnwood  Stasre Line  Leave Phoenix  9.30 a. in.]  '- Standard Time  Leave Greenwood     ^.30 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  To Seattle, Tacoma,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Pnlace and Tourist Sleepers, Buffet  Library Cars, Modern day Conches, Dining Cars, Meals ;i La Cnite.  Best Meals on Wheels.  Fast Trains  Daily  KAST AND W'KST.  For rules and folders and full information regardinc trips call on or address  any agent of the S. F. & N. Kailwav or  NOTICK.  Summit, M-ytl'We ���, ll.-i*��'Cll. r'iilsii-n  !;����� |  tloniil. Cabot Kr.ieiioniil mil Miiylkmor 1-r.ic-  tlomil   Mineral I'Uiim, ,*�������'��<! )n }*? <-���e"-  wroil Mining Division onule District.  Where Wiciite.l���i" Summit wiinp.  Tutn Noil'e Ihitt I, Is-m,. II. Ilullctt. ns ...cent  for DoWjiiM Mclnnis. X--ree Mil'"'? L" nlf'��  No IIT-IWI: Hc'irce ����� Miml>0"ccr. I rco  Miner* Certiorate" So Hsr.;:*:': ..n.1 1 ;���>�����'����� ,  Koilericfc.r-reo.Miner's C.-rtiti.-Ate No 1.SJ.U  Intend, sixiv iliivsiroui tluMliiie nete 1 i'>.tn-i  ply to the SfinliiK Hecrmle: for certuici. cs > .  Improvements, for the piirpo-e of outulmiife I  ' mwii II.ants for the iibovc claiin��. ���  And further take ncticc Unit actio 1. un'-.t  section 37, must be c-imueticcl lu fore tie issuance of such Ceitificatcsof Improvements.  Dated thisU9th dnyof September, A. I>. iwi-  _B_     . 1. II. I1A1.LKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  i'ilo! mineral cltihu  sitt-nlc in thc'tirceinvootl  iniinr*;i'ivi -ion of Ya'.r: c'ititrict.  Where lucaleil���in I'l'ovi.lmtcc camp.  Grand  Forks,  Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE.  J. K.ROYKR-  Proprif-tii  cl:\iiii.  Ami fintli^'r tiiUc notice tlir.t iictinn. uniltrr  su'Clion 37. must b-j ciunim.iic.il before the issn-  .iiicc of such Ceitificate. of inr.iiovcnieuts.  Dated this 25th day of Jamnry, A. D. 1505.  I. It   1IAI.I.KIT.  H. A. Jackson,  G. V. & P. A.,  Spokane,  Wash.  II. Bkandt,  C. P. &T. A.,  701 XV. Riverside,  Spokane, Wn,  lieglnuiliK lune 1st, leave (irecmvoiHl nt6n.ii:  ami Phoenix at 7:30 11,111 : arrive at Grand Kn.-k.  10:30 n. 111.,leave Clmiiil Kor'-sj^s p. iii.,iirrivnie  at Phoenix 7 p. in., and (treenwood at S. p. in  Connects both ways with Great Northern train-  Pare���Grand l'orks to Phoenix, $t S<>: Phoeni.v  to Greenwood.50c; (Jreeuwood to Phoenix, Ji.ce  Greewood to Giaml Korks, J3. (Iflicc iu Green  wotxl.Ut. Norlhein Telcsrapli office. Ill l'lioe  nix, McRae Dros. & Smith. In Grand Korks.  Gt. Norther offices. For express rates, nqiilre  it either office.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  TCSU The most pel fecty appoint'      c ���'!>  and Pleasure Resort iu   the West, wit I  a  pletesystem  of llatlis���liicludiliR' '1 urkish   all I  Itussiau.   Open the year  round.   The curative  properties of its waters are uue(|lia!ed.  PorCuriiiK nil Rheumatic. Xervoui ant! Mus-  eulal'i'l'ouhles. ,    . ,  Vol  Iiealiui; all   Kidney,  l.iver and Moniacll  ailments.  l-'.ir KliiuliiaLiiiKiill MelallicIVisons fiom the  System  The ijiiuidcur of the scenery is iniiivaled  .Moiiutaiiis, snow peaks. Torests. I:\kes.walerfall9  bontiiiR, vaolitins;, Rslitni;. shooting, excursion,  tenuis, 'in winter climate is unsurpassed KT  mlldu -sh  [?i  3E7557iS^  T."r  ^W  ^W\  BBS"7tK  !?3jj THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ;-    -   'Mi |  '��P '  If ?'"  H ^  ft  il ' " -  fv  We Save You  loney  We make the price on all goods as low as  Me possibly can; as our business keeps increasing it enables us to buy our stock at an  advantage and v��e are continually giving you  the benefit. Our competitors have to meet  our prices, so uiiether you bti) from us or  not we save you money, but  Why not Buy from us?  PHONE  44-  Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  Leading Hotel of Boundiry's Leading  Mining Camp.  Hotel Balmoral  New and Op-to-date,  Centrally Located,  flood bainplo Rooms,  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First fet,  PHOENIX, 11, C.  J. A. McMASTER  ���^ Proprietor.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEK TOriCS OF  LOCAL AND GENERAL  INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  The old reliable, Boyle the druggist.  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  Take your prescriptions to Boyle the  druggist. !  I have a good Piano for sale or  rent   E. H. Mortimer.  The quality is right if bought from  Boyle the Druggist  Dr. Mathison," dentist, will be at his  office, Bank blocl, from Match 1 oth  to' r4th. '  J. G. Billings, secretary of the Yale-  , Columbia Lumber Co.,- was a lecent  t visitor in the city.  Mine,time in Phoenix was put back  half an hour this week, being now the  same as railway time.  '. \ -Deeds, Mortgages and Bills of sale  made out and recorded. Ed. H.  Mortimer, Notary Public  For, large returns and good  divi  dends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. C.  Today, March 4th, is the big day at  Washington, D. C, when President  Theodore Roosevelt will be inaugurated.  Mrs.   XV.   B.   Willcox   and    little  .daughter Elizabeth will leave Monday - <���  1-��� ���  ��� ~f���  .  for a several   weeks' "visit   with   her \'ni'' steam laundry in Greenwood in the  mother in Seattle '"'  Boyle is the druggist.  See Boyle's ad in another column.  Any of the local mining  shares  for  sale.    E. H. Mortimer.  Try Boyle's Witch Hazel Cieam for  chapped hands.  Fine weather is relieving many attacks of the grippe.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Balmoral  hotel March 9 to 12.  See Boyle's ad in another column  ���it will int. rest y u.  The Great Northern ore twins now  require two locomotives to bring the  empty dumps up the hill.  F. M. Elkins, or Greenwood, the  New York Life man, spent several  days in the city this week.  Beginning nc.\t Monday there will  be a choice of rai'way routes in reach  ing or departing from Phoenix.  Mayor G. W. Rumberger is expected to return to Phdem\. from his east  em trip"about the middle of Match.  Members of Phoenix Aerie No. 158,  Fraternal Order ol Eagles, are arranging to give their fourth annual bah on  Tuesday evening, March 14th, at Miners' Union hall.  W. J Snodcrass expects to re open  Purity first, Boyle the druggist.;  Wm. Anderson, ��� power manager at  Cascade, came tip on yesterday's train.  William:. Hunter, of Silverton, came  over to Phoenix Tuesday on one of  his periodical visits to his Phoenix  store.   ���'"���..  The topics in the Presbyterian  church tomorrow will be: in the morning, "The Unseen Glory," and in the  evening "The Living Present."  An impromptu dance was announced  to take place at the hospital last Monday evening, but was not held because  of the arrivalof new patients.  At the annual meeting of the War  Eagle company, Rossland, held in  Toronto thi's week, it was stated .'that  from the shipment of 61,000 tons of  ore during 1904, the company had  netted $80,000. :: ������..:  Fifty men are at work enlarging the  plant of tlie West Kootenary Power &  Light Co., at Bonnington Falls on  Kootenay liver, the supplementary  power to be distributed in the company's territory.  The Catholic Indies' Aid are preparing to give an Easter Monday ball  on Apiil 2.11I1. The event will take  place at Miner.-,'Union hall, and will  doubtless be a success, like all functions in the past given by this organization.  L.S.Moullon-llarreU, well known as  one of the owners of the Golden Eagle  mine, up the North Fork, after due'ex-  amination, was sent to New Westminster hospital for the insane last  week, where it is hoped by friends he  will not remain long.  Tie annual congregational meeting  ol .St. Andrews Presbyterian church  will be held in the church on Wednesday, March Sth, at S p.m. Reports of  all branches of the work for the Last  year will be presented. Not only  are members and adherents invited to  be present, but aiso all who appreciate  the 1 (Torts made by the church to promote the best interests of the community will be welcome.  A Few  Ayer's Hair Vigor   .$1.00  Peruna.... P   ���  r-'S  Pierce's Prescription ..',..  ���   1. '.5  Pierce's G. M. Discovery.  .   1.15  Pinkham's Compound....  .   1.25  Liqtiozohe .......   ....  ���   i..'5.  Sarsaparilla   .   1.00  Blood Purifier.   ; 1.00  'Tonic Bitters   . ��� 1.00  Etithyinol Tooth Paste.  '      :'25  .Thymoline Tooth Paste.  ���25  Tooth Powder  '..:   .....  ���25  Notice. 1  ���������'������'. /  Notice is heieby given that all per-j  sons violating, the Street By U.w, hy  piling wood, boxes, etc.,.. on public  thoroughfares," will be prosecuted, unless same is removed by March 4U1,  >9��5-. By Order ol the  - Police Commissioners.  PHOENIX  Granby Exchange  Now \\v have struck it in Mattresses and Upholstered goods.  W  eare  BOYLE,  The Druggist.  PHONE YOUli OH DICKS.  rAN^DIANo  V>>ACIFi���KL  Lowest Rates  . .....Best Time  Headquarters _.,,,_.,..,,  these goods, we carry an enormous stock.from the cheapest to the  celebm..,!  "Osterinoor", 8 kinds ofP a     ' ; '        p  We have cut the $5,00 kind to $3.90 aiid all others in proportion, in couches  and Upholstery  We certainly have cut piices down to bediock as well as  Housefurnishings Complete.  Prendergast "& Munro  |rietropolitan Cafe    Meals at  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor. "     "^ flOUfS.  Open Day and Night, (under summit hotf.iJ  Oysters in every style. ���       '  Turkey and Chicken Dinner, Sunday, ��> to 8 p.m  l'KOl'RllCTOKS.  Now Open for the  Season of 1904-05.  G. W. Rumberger  *     New Millinery  Stock.  1 wish to noti y the ladies of. Phoenix that I have ordered ,i new and  complete line of millinery goods, including the latest shap;.; and styles in  patterns atnd ready-to wear hats, also  for children. I expect to have this  stock on displ iy at my residence by  th ��� first of'April. ,  ��� i6-2t   -        Mrs. A. Almstrom.  -   EftST  -  Toronto,     Montreal,     New York,  Maritime Provinces, and  New England.  -   WEST   -  Vancouver,      Victoria,      Seattle  California Points.  Unequalled   Passenger Service,  Stan  dard and Tourist Sleepers, Coaches,  and   Dining Cais.  Season Tickets.  Men'5$5.00,  | Ladies' $4.00,  | Children's $3.00-  W  gSSHSHS2S2SaS2S2S2SKaS2SHSHSHSE  Real Estate  and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale.  [ Shares in all tlie leading mines bought'aud  sold.    Information about Phoenix and the  Boundary country given on application. :  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  *#��   Phoenix, B. C.  Tourist Sleeper Service  f Leave   Revelstoke   Mon-  V/KST j Wed., Thur., Sat. for   Se-  (attic and Vancouver.  Leave   Dnnniore Jet. for  EAST \ '''oronlo�� N'ed- flnd Sun.  | Montreal, Mon. and Fri  Boston, Friday.  The Evils ot Constipation Are  Well known and the next best thing  is to know a reliable cure. Mrs. W.  Eddies of Stony Mountain, Man. says:  "Dr.Hamilton's Pills arc just the thing.  I'hey go right to work at once. I use  only Dr. Hamiltons Pills." 25c per  box.  W. L. Dunn, formerly of the Phoenix hotel, expects to start business in  a few days in the P. Burns & Co.  building on Dominion avenue.  ,-Mrs. S. A. McCormack, who was  burned out in the Phoenix hotel two  /weeks ago, has taken charge of the  dining room and lodgings at Slack's  hotel.  William S. Macy and wife are the  happy parents of twins, a  boy and a  girl,   the   event   occurring    Monday  . morning at the Phoenix General Hospital.  Owing lo the bad state of the approaches, the new School street bridge,  recently built by the Great Northern,  was closed to team traffic this week,  -till repairs could bj made.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  have decided to change their mill at  Cascade from a circular to a double-  cutting band mill, and have ei tered  into negotiations with the Waterous  Engine Works Co. towards this end.  "The Phoenix Pioneer has just issued  a, splendid Midwinter Number. It is  brim full of information of the Boun-  vdary district and has many good halftone cuts, and is a credit to the paper,  town and district.���Wilmer, B. C,  Outcrop.  C. E. Farquarson, butcher of Anaconda, recently imported 1600 pounds  of beef from Chesaw, Wash , and  forgetting to attend to the matter of  duty, the beef was seized by R. Gar-  dom, customs collector at Midway, and  sold, P. Burns & Co. being the  buyers. j  Prendergast & Munro, proprietors of  near future. In the early days he con  ductea stage lines, running from Grand  Forks to Penticton.  The Methodist manse was moved  this week from the Great Northern  right of way in the lower town, and is  being rebuilt on the church lot on  Knob Hill avenue.  C. E. Lane, bead electrician foi the  Granby Co..  came   up   from   Grand  Church Services   I  Tomorrow.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomonow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m." Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. W.  .MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Seivices at ii a.m. and  7.3�� !>��� m. at the new church, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sun-  Jay School at 2.3 o p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. D. M.  Pei ley, 1$., A., pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the   Good  Counsel.���Divine Service  Atlantic Steamship Agency  Through   bookings   to   and   from  Great Britain and the continent.  ���   For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or to  A.W.Haley, E.J.Coyi.e,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agl.  Phoenix, 15. C.    Vancouver. B.C  J. S. Carter, I). P. A.   "  Nelson. B C.  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  Special attention is called to'our  new line of Stationery,   including*  everything   needful    for   correspondence   or accounting  in the  office or in the home.  *  You will find it well worth  while to examine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  KNOB HILL AVE..      PHOENIX  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  mtmmwm  Just received direct from Scotland  a large shipment of ,  'Sanderson's  Famous Mountain Dew"  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Boundary Ageius for "PABST CTELWBRATED BEER."  Wholesale Dealer in Wines, I.iquor.i and Cigar*. ���  Telephone orders receive prompt attention.  Greenwood, B. C  * *  *  JAMES McCREATH, prop.   _  Wmmfa*w*mw1mmmm  Miners' Union Hall,  One Night only  KoiimVd 18!)2-Incnrpr>in'��il 18!)3  NEW UEVTuiKSThK. B.C.  6  Forks Thursday to superintend the every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  starting ot the new giant ore ci usher at m��ntlV ' Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  the No. 3 tunnel ore Litis.  Hon. Clifford Sifton, secretary of  the interior in Premier Launer's cabinet, has resigned, because he could  not agree with the premier on theschool  question in the new provinces Alberta  and Saskatchewan.  Andrew Hackeit, formerly of Phoenix, and star locator of coal claims in  East Kootenay, has lost another case  in the Spokane courts, this time Edward Covell beingadjudiratcd the owner  of a half interest with Hackett in the  Hackett group of 150 claims.  The semi-annual election of Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8 takes place  today at the hall. Secretary fohn  Riordan, who has held the position  since the union was organized more  than five years ago, has resigned, and  e\pecb before long to take a trip to  Chicago.  Greenwood curlers and skaters are  looking into the proposition of building a large curling and .skating rink. A  committee, consisting of Dr. R. Math  ison, K. C. B. Frith, George Ricluid-  son, W. Sherratt, S. AL Johnson and  Herbert Bunting, has the matter in  in charge  J. V. Royer starts his stage line from  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene'  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J.-A.  BiHlnrd, O-iM.L, Pastor.  Hospital Donations  l.>t of D'Mutlions iTcuivi'd since Jar.  1st, 1905, to tin; I'hoenix General Hos  pilul:  S"1-'1*'0 R.lloirell  J-." ? *�� J. II. Macnulny  V,nsI11 *5 A. I'.llem  Hook Case a K h   Clatk  But I.l.ieu,4iluz : IIOHpilnl f.adiW Aid  P. Walker presents the  eminent actor,  MR.  Iroviili-s si Christian home foroliul-  ,;nts of both sexes at moderate rntw>.  Has a preparnfuiy class fur j mior s-lud-  ciitp, doini: grade public tchool vvoik.  Does high school work, confers nil I.Mi  school privilege, and prepares for lenrli-  ers' examinations. Teaches nil bram-hes  of a Practical Business Course and elves  Diplomas, tiiveaavliberiileihii-ttlion 111  its Collegiate Course awl in the Latitat)'  Conn-c for M.E.L. and MX A l��� rjni.  versify ho It. can tnkpstmlttiita tliroiu'h  the coinpli'te Arts Course, nnd ihe degree of B.A can be obtained iicinToi-  "n'0 IJ.mv<:,'titv> "''it'll the college is in  full affiliation. -  For fuller infoimaijon and terms wiite  Rev. W. J. S.ppereli, 15 A , R.I) , [��rilll!i.  pal: or Rev J. P. Howell. l!nr��ar  f*4      A 4   *��� I    The BEST, Cheapest   '  ^ ^ I OT gl tf rt Ot 1    ���$ .mos* satisfactory,  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? 'Hundreds of satisfied   customers.    If you don't  believe it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties^eto,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Fxrfiisfwlv iiardy-mckenzie bi.k.  lvicua   wear .cjiciuMveiy. dominion Ave., phoenix. .  ���' mid his company in Stuelo Maekny's  stirring dinina of the French  Hi-volntion  Cancellation of Reserve.  NOTICK ia hereby gnen Hint the reservation  ntnMislied 111 iuirnunncc of tl e provisions of the  ���I olnmbiaaud Western Kailtvay Subsidy Act  1895," notices of which were published In the'  Ornish Columbia Gnzette and daicd 7th May  iSso,oiid5th June, 1896, respectively, are her bv  cnncelled. ,, J  Ciown lands sitiiaterl within the area em.  braced by the sa'd reservation will be open to  Mle, scttleniei t lease and other deposition under the provisions of the "Land Ac;" three  months after the date of the first publication of  this notice in the Ifiitish Columbia (iazettc- pro-  lided, however, that iu nil oases where lauds arc  *? IP Pit-einptrd, leased or otherwise alien,  alert by the Govcrninciit piul arc subsequently  lound, upon the survey or the Columb-a and  Meitern Knitw.iyC��mpanj'!,blocks, toliewhollv  or in put within such bbeks, then the persons  so iic-iuirii'c such lauds shall acquire their title  thereto from ih ��� rjilivay company, who have  Uiireeiltode.ilwith such purchasers, pieeinpt  ors. leasees, tic.oii the same terms .ii,d coudi  Do not miss this opportunity  to 25 per cent off on all goods during  The most rompleto Heenie investiture  ever eoen it> lhe West.  Prices, $1.00 and 75c  Seats on suId at Thos. Brown's.  Watches,  jewelry,  Repairing  the Phoenix Skating R,���k,  ��ho bad here to Greentiood on Sunday eve ,in.  postponed the masquerade carnival  from last week to this we_*k Tlunsday,  were compelled by soft weather to can  eel tbe event  for   the   present.   Just  connecting with the firs, incoming  Great Northern passenger train to  Phoenix. He will make double daily  trips between Phoenix and Greenwood,  _  Weenn "Watch" yon atalmoftiwv  puce, from the goxl, evvrydav timepiece  to tlie expensive adjusted  ch'icmometer.  Onr Jewelry and   Cut GIum stock      ��� a��� ....���.-,������ ���,������,.  Wl1 'J�� foimd just what, you desire-to  tionssB the Roverniiient would under tlie provis-   make a selection from.  bThi^oi.^^^^  subject to the regulation-iM.ied by l|,e co.npli.y   0al e ��f a"J<-'"'lK in this line,  r lotive to the cutting of timbei ou the Columbia i ���  and Vi cstern Railway Land Grant. I  W. S. CORK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.  1  I.ai (Is aud Works Oepnrtmcnt, ,,,,      T        . ��,,.-;  vietorin,B.c.,ijrdvebriiary,i905. I he Jeweler, Knob Hill Ave.  E. Dey,  .. - .     - -"i'- �����"*.��-ii ^">-iiiAuiiuv>ieunwooa,  now a small river is wendmA its tor- and also operate the line daily as far  tuous way through the centre of the ��� Ch��aw, Wash., a distance of 32  nn'r' miks from Phoenix.  WATCHMAKER  ano   i  JEWELER.  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST., - . . PHOENIX, B. C.  You Can Get  THE FINEST FRUITS that grow  and THE ' .FINEST CIGARS and  TOBACCOS ever smoked at the new-  store of   Alex McRae,,  Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, etc.  Hardy Block,   -  Dominion Ave.  THE  STRATHCONA  .NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  The Leddin? ilofel of Ifie ftoofenays  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  - ��� Good Sample Rooms.  COEIfiMCO? RIOMg, MmmiJ 25N.  On all our large varied assortment of handsome Flannelettes, French Flannel  designs.  On all Children's and  Women's Wool  Underwear,  Women's Combination,  Suits, perfect fitting garments. .' " '     -. 1  On all Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Ladies' House Slippers.      '" ���  On all Ladies' Waists, Skirts, Kimonos and Wrappers.  On all Dress Goods. ' <���'���  On all Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing and Overcoats.  On all Men's Winter Underwear, derby and ribbed and fleece lined.,. .: ,     '  On all Men's Winter Overshirts and Dress Shirts.  On all Men's Shoes-heavy mining shoes, dress shoes and slippers'.  "'  Remember the place.  ��S'*^  09  Dominion Ave., PHOENIX,B.C.  !BU"ywnKr'  HSBfflaSBSEEiSHKaS53Z3  W^^^^^^^B^smi^^^^^'^MM.

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