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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 10, 1906

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Array #/i::i-::'  1  VI'  9t#i  m  I'M  a  i  k  %  ���Spt  Boundary Mines Produced $17,500,000 in  value within six years.  o,v .   N  //  R 14 1906'  JPlioenix is the Centre  0 and   Leading Mining  roR,A, ^^��amp. of Boundary.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Hi  "*!-^%iif  Vol. VII.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MARCH   io,    1906.  No.    17.  The Big Store  New  Spring  Clothing  In the stock of clothing which we  have placed on our tables this week,  America has contributed her very best  productions in style, fit, quality, patterns  and workmanship, at prices which will  stand the stress and strain of modern  competition.  ffiHSfc (    Men's Suits.  Men's all wool tweed  suits checks and  stripes    -    -     $15.00  Men's navy and  black serge suits all  wool       -       $18.00  Men's all wool tweed  suits double breasted  coats -        $20.00  Men's fancy worsted  suits quiet patterns new  cuts      -       $22.00  Special  Values  in  Boys' Clothing.  Our  Spring  Hats  have     Arrived.  See Them.  $5,000,000 CO.  FOR PHOENIX  Called Phoenix Amalgamated  Copper Mines, Ltd.  Consolidation of Eight Claims  of Merit.  pated in securing a most favorable  smelting rate, as overtures have already  been made from Boundary reduction  works along these lines.  Mr. Buck was the first president ol  the Knob Hill Gold Mining Co., in  which he became interested 11 years  ago, one of the four original companies  consolidated into the present Granby  Co.   CITY SPENDS $250  ON THE BAND  2,000 MEN  NOW EMPLOYED  Hi 11  ^  w  3  /  PI  THE     JBIG     tSTOttE^  For.**  Saturday  Cauliflower       Lettuce  Green Onions   Radishes  Spinach, etc.  Fresh Ranch Eggs daily, 50c tioz.  Remember our  APPLES  are still in first-class   shape,  varieties,   Sjj^��.��>0   box.  All  lartfware Pcpt.  Sewing Machines for Sale or Rent.  We are putting in  a full  lint- of  Wall  Paper and   Window Shades.  We   expect   Stock   in   about   t��vo weeks' time.      It  is bought righl  from   Factory,  so  prices will  be right.  Another five million dollar company  to exploit Phoenix mines, is the good  news which the Pioneer has to lay before its readers this week���and the  company will, as soon as all details are  completed, begin the work of developing some of the most promising claims  in Phoenix camp.  Last Saturday F. P. Buck, a well  known business man, of Sherbrooke,  Quebec, was a visitor in Phoenix, and  also during the week, and the result of  his visit here at this time is the organization of the Phoenix Amalgamated  Copper Mines, Ltd., with a capital of  $5,000,000, divided into 500,000  shares of $io each. The claims included in this amalgamation are the  War Eagle, Red Rock, Bald Eagle,  Lulu, .Missing Link No. 2, Pinhook,  Dandy and World's Fair, eight claims  with an area of about 250 acres.  This group is immediately contiguous to the Granby group on the south,  and the claims adjoin each other.  Development done on them shows that  they have an immense mineral showing of the ore common to this camp���  not a high grade ore, but one that can  be made to yield a satisfactory profit  when operated on a sufficiently extensive scale. And this is the scale that  it is the intention to work them on.  Mr. Buck is no stranger to Phoenix,  having been here several times in the  past. He is president of the War  Eagle Copper-Gold Mining Co., Ltd.,  which has a five drill air compressor  plant on the War Eagle, with a shaft  down too feet and several hundred  feet of drifting. He is also president  of the Red Rock and Bald Eagle Copper-Gold Mining Co. and of the Lulu  company. C. H. Fletcher, a wealthy  resident of Sherbrooke, Quebec, is  vice-president of the three companies.  Mr. Fletcher has always had a most  favorable opinion of the Phoenix properties, agreeing with President Buck in  holding the claims until the right time  arrived for their extensive development.  C. A. French, \V, W. Bailey, F. Mc-  Rae and R. H. Pope, all prominent  men in the Eastern Townships of  Quebec, are largely interested in the  War Eagle.  Thus far about $50,000 has been  spent on the War Eagle alone. The  Red Rock has a particularly favorable  showing, and the Missing Link No. 2,  Pinhook. Dandy, World's Fair, bought  from G. R. Naden, of Greenwood, J.  S. C. Fraser, of Rossland, and others,  are claims that have been acquired this  week by Mr. Buck for the new company, it being understood that they  cost in the neighborhood of $40,000.  In the early days of the Boundary  the War Eagle was actively worked,  but for the hist live years it has been  idle. In 1900 its owners were not  encouraged by the then low price ot  copper. Now, however, that the red  metal is selling at excellent figures, and  with the Granby Co. paying regular  dividends, there is every encouragement to holders of good mining property in the Boundary to place it in the  producing stage.  Before leaving for the east this week,  Mr. Buck said to the representative of  the Pioneer.:  "I am not at 'liberty yet to state who  will be on the b >ard of directors of the  new amalgamated company, but Boston, New York and Sherbrooke capital  will be represented, and it will be a  strong company. We shall have  $2,000,000 in shares in the treasury,  and there will be no difficulty now in  financing the project. Five years ago  the Granby was not heard of in New  York. Now it is as well known among  financial men almost as the C.P. R.  Capital is willing to listen, and is even  anxious to look into the Boundary  mining projects in a financial way.  We propose to build up an important  mining proposition here, and will  make a start just as soon as all the  preliminaries are completed. I am  now going east, but expect to return  in May with Mr. Fletcher and possibly  others, and by that time we will have  our plans formulated for undertaking  extensive devlopmenr.  "As to facilities for shipment, that  has already been looked after, and we  shall have no trouble in securing the  very best of accommodation in this  regard. The C.P. R. could readily run  a. short spur from Hartford Junction  to the War Eagle, while the Great  Northern now has its track���-being the  tail ot the present line to Granby No.  3 tunnel���within a mile of our property. Our people have held their  property for several years, and now,  when the lime is propitious, they propose to operate il extensively."  Regarding the treatment of the ore  from the new company's mines, when  ready to   ship,   no   difficulty is antici-  Instruments to be Property of  Corporation.  At Wednesday's bi-weekly meeting  of the city council, there were present  Acting Mayor Marshall and Aldermen  Kane, McKenzie Oxley and Carson.  It was decided to build a ditch for Twin  creek from Second street to Church  street, the flume to tie three feet wide  by four feet deep, the ditch to run on  city property and no further without  the consent of owners of other property. The city clerk was instructed to  advertise for bids for the work, to be  in by the time of the next meeting of  the city council which will be March  28th.  The application of the Phoenix Fire  Brigade band for financial assistance  in securing instruments, was favorably  acted on, the aldermen voting $250  for this purpose, the instruments to  become the property of the city and  to be in charge of the chief of police.  A motion also prevailed that the city  purchase a team and wagon for city  use, and that the chief of the fire department and chief of police report  their success in securing a suitable  team.  Upon the  favorable   report  of the  finance committee, the council ordered  the following accounts paid:  Phoenix Electric Lighting Co $ 93 00  By  Boundary   Mines, Smelters and Railways.  Boundary Mining Notes  Making  Monthly   Payroll  $200,000.  of  ...    84  00  21  95  C(                  it                           It  >5  C. P. R   5��  Morrin, Thompson & Co..  ��� ���     14  75  W. H. Docksteader   . .     2S  90  ��� ���     3��  00  . .       2  IO  S  5��  Total '.   .-$292  91  GRANBY STOCK  IS ADVANCING  Talk of  Dividends at 12  Cent.  Per  If So, Would  Pay $1,620,000  Annually.  According to carefully prepared estimates, more than  2,000  men   are   directly   employed   in the mines of the  Boundary or in the three district smelters and two railways  directly  dependent on the mines and smelters for the  greater part  of  the tonnage.    In the  mines themselves over a thousand men  are  given   employment,   the   smelters  have about 6jo  men and the railways  in 1 be Boundary some   400   men   on  their payroll.      In  the preparation  of  the following table it   was   found that  the   number  of men employed at the  mines varied from  time   to   time,   according   to   the needs of the smelters  and according to ihe amount of development work   being   carried on in advance of immediate ore   requirements  to keep up the average output of about  4,000 tons daily.    The forces employed   by   the  smelters and railways do  not vary so much.    In nearly all cases  the figures are believed to be approxi  mately correct in the tables appended:  Employed in Mines.  Granby mines    :  Mother Lode   Brooklyn-Stemwinder .,  Rawhide   Sunset     Emma      .  Oro Denoro      Pathfinder   Betts and Hesperus. ..  Jewel   Providence   Skylark    18  Last Chance        8  Elkhorn      5  Helen-Strathmore .... . .. .   15  Prince Henry      5  Preston     5  ���425  130  '5��  20  25  ��� 25  .   25  20  -     5  ��� 5  35  About 50 men are now employed in  the mines of Summit camp.  It is reported that the ledge on the  110-foot level of the Presion is steadily widening, high vanies being encountered in the ore.  About 100 feet of drifts have been  opened up in the Rambler, up the  West Fork, and several crosscuts made.  Values run as high as $185 per ton.  In about another week the new  mammoth ore crusher at the Granby  mines, to take the place of the one  burned down in December, is expected to be ready for operations.  This week the diamond drill that  has been opeiated at the Mother Lode  mine was taken to the Emma, where  the B. C. Copper Co. is putting in  some holes at the'lower levels.  Today is payday at the Granby and  Dominion Copper mines, when not far  from $60,000 will be distributed.  With the amounts the two companies  will pay also at the smelters, the total  will be about $r00,000 for February.  This week the Dominion Copper  Co.'s smelter made a new record for  a week, reducing 5,514 tons of ore.  The B. C Copper also did well, but  the Granby smelter, with one furnace  under tepair, did not handle as much  as has been the custom of late.  The special bill has passed the  legislature, amending the Granby Co.'s  act, by which the par value of the  shares will be raised from $10 to $100  each, and authorizing the directors to  declare dividends without authority of  the shareholders.  FEBRUARY A  BIG MONTH  District Mines Exceeded January Output.  Total Shipments Over 105,000  Tons.  Figuring by the month, for the first  two months of 1906, the producing  mines of the Boundary are keeping up  the'record^of shipping ore at the rate  of about a million and a quarter per  annum, the total for January and  February being close to 210,000 tons.  Notwithstanding the fact that February  is three days shorter than January, ordinarily giving a tonnage ic,ooo less  than for the previous month, from detailed figures compiled, the total for the  second month of 1906 is slightly larger  than for the first month. Both the  Granby and B. C. Copper companies  shipped a little less than in January,  but the Dominion Copper sent out a  little more ore than in the previous  month. In detail the output of each  shipping mine in the Boundary for  January and February are given as  follows:  Mines Tom  Sally  15  Rambler  5  Washington-Idaho  5  North Fork mines, about  25  West Fork mines, about ��� 25  Various    small     properties,  about  50  Boston, Mass., March 7.���New  Yorkers have been heavy buyers during  the past few days of Granby stock in  both markets, advancing the price to  $ 11.50, its high record price.  Accompanying the advance is a report that Granby will go upon a 12  per cent dividend basis, dividends  payable quarterly. The Granby paid  a 3 per cent dividend in December,  but there was no designation as to  whether it was quarterly or semiannually.  It was generally accepted as a 6 per  cent rate.  It is generally understood that the  company's copper now costs 9 cents  per pound, which would indicate net  earnings of about $175,000 monthly  on an 18 cent market. On this basis  it is showing net earnings of about 1 5  per cent on its 1,350,000 shares. Par  value of shares is $io.  New York, March 3.���Copper stocks  in the Spokane country have been  booming. Here are some typical  transactions for one day this week.  British Columbia Copper Co., 2S00  shares $8.62 1-2(^8.87   1 2.  Dominion Copper Co., 5500 shares  at 40 5-S@43 3-4.  Granby Co.,680 shares at $9.62 1-2  ��9-75-         V., V. & E.   Construction.  Grading on the V.,V. & E. has been  prosected continuously west of Midway and has now reacbed a stage that  permits a reasonable estimate to be  made of the time of road's arrival at  Hedley.  A great deal of work had to be done  at Midway, principally in preparing the  large yards, but the eighty-ton steam-  shovel which was at work there made  short work of that, and also of the  various heavy cuts west of the  town. At Myers' creek canyon a tunnel over eight hundred feet long has  to be constructed. About half of this  has been completed.  Charles 1). Hunter went over to  Nelson on Wednesday.  II. II. Shallenberger, manager of the  Crescent mine, returned Saturday  night from Spokane with his wife and  son, George Rumberger Shallenberger.  Mr. Shallenberger recently took a trip  into east Kootenay among the coal  camps.  At The bmelten.  Granby smelter -35��  B. C. Copper Co. smelter ...100  Dominion CopperCo. smelter 150  Railway Employees,  c. v. R.  Track maintenance  150  Station help  25  Bridge men  30  Train and engine cresvs.... 30  Eholt shops, yard, etc..   .. 30  Other irain crews running into  the Boundary  35  GREAT   NORTHERN.  Track maintenance  50  Station help  15  Bridgemen  10  Train and engine crews. ... 25  Grand Forks shops, etc., .... 10  1,046  600  Boundary Side Lights  300  120  Total mine, smelter and railway employees in the  Boundary   Estimated monthly payroll of  above $200,000  2,090  CONVENTION HERE  ON MARCH 20TH  Annual   District   Meeting  the W. F. of M.  of  Members of Phoenix Miners' Union  No. 8 are beginning to make preparations (or the eighth annual convention  of District No. 6, Western Federation  of Miners, which will open its sessions  here Tuesday, March 20th. The district comprises the province of British  Columbia, in which there are 19  unions, as follows : Camborne No.  194, Grand Forks No. 180, Greenwood No. 22, Kaslo No. 69, Kimber-  ley No. 100, Kamloops No. 112, Lar-  deau No. 1 19, Mount Sicker No. 215,  Moyie No. 71, Nanauno No. 177,  Nelson No. 96, New Denver No. 97,  Phoenix No. S, Rossland No. 38, Sandon No. 81, Silverton No. 95, Slocan  No. 62, Texada No. 113 and Ymir  No. 85. The president of the district  is Frank Phillips, of Nelson, while W.  B. Mclsaac, of Ymir, is vice president,  and A. Shilland, of Sandon, is secretary-treasurer.  The meetings are held once a year,  and this is the first one that has been  arranged to be held in Phoenix. It is  expected that there will be a large  delegation this time and local members  wish to show the visiting delegates all  the attention possible. It is more  than likely that the convention will be  welcomed by the mayor or acting  mayor, and there is talk of the business men tendering them a social on  the evening of the 22nd.  Born, in Grand Forks, February  26th, to the wife of Edward Ruckle, a  son.  R. A. Brown intends to apply for a  hotel license at Volcanic City on the  North Fork.  W. H. Covert, the Kettle Valley  rancher, alter spending the wintei in  California, has returned to the Boundary.  Frank W. Hart formerly in business  in Phoenix, and for the last year at  Midway, has sold out his Midway busi-  to T. M. Gulley & Co.  Since the lid was put on tight at  Grand Forks two or three weeks ago,  it has been double rivetted, padlocked  down, and the key thrown away, according to reports from that place.  J. C. McDonald and A. J. McDonald are establishing a plant in Grand  Forks for the manufacture of steel furnace jackets, ore cars, spouts, receivers, etc., for use in mines and  smelters. They are asking the city of  Grand Forks for a bonus of $1,000 in  cash and free power for a time.  Boundary Customs Receipts.  R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at  Grand Forks, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts at  the various sub-customs offices, as reported to the chief office, for the  month of February :  Grand Forks $ 4,406.91  Greenwood      2,750.32  Phoenix      1,696.7s  Midway          1,090.69  Osoyoos  54-^5  Carson  47-92  Cascade  4 2.84  Sidley  26.00  Frt.  J����.  73.814  74,995  9,824  10,496  Brooklyn-Stemwinder  12.345  9,920  784  1.635  3.73'  3.702  5'2  1,683  1,324  2,010  1,700  414  172  75  i95  Skylark   ��5  50  Elkhorn     . .  - .  15  ....  15  !5��  150  Total i  [��5.3<57  104,378  Total $11,116.31  ���' HMSCcleaniaf Dascc aid Caacert.  Whoever heard of such a dance?  No matter who. Everyone knows that  April is housecleaning time ; and after  so long and hard an encounter with  such a virulent type of typhoid fever,  the hospital should be cleaned "and  calcimined. Fun and plenty of it  ���makes the raising of the necessary  funds easy for everybody.  The matron and her staff, assisted  by the Ladies Aid and the F.O.E.,will  give a dance and concert April 4th,  which is sure to be the hit of the season. Card tables will be arranged for  all who do not dance. Buy a ticket;  buy two; nay, buy several; wear your  Easter bonnets and have a hi-u time.  Watch the Pioneer for the programme.  School Report for February.  Following is the report of the Phoenix public school for February, furnished to the Pioneer by Chas L.  Thornber, the principal:  Total daily attendance 1,279  Total actual attendance 1,263^  Average daily attendance. . . .63.95  Average actual attendance ��� 63.17  Pupils actually attending during the month 73  Latest Prices In Metals.  Nkw Yobk���Copper, electrolytic, $18.  12/4@$18.50; lake. $18.37>,@ $18.60  Bar 8ilver,(J4>i  Lead, (5.35 to *5 46.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  MAKCH   IO,  Tlit: following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines   lor 1900, for  1501, 10-  1903. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905, aud 1906, as reported to the Phoenix Pioueer���  Mi.ii. Camp.  Granby Miues Phoenix  Suowshoe Phoenix  B  C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode ���Deadwood  Bounle Belle.  Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  BrookIyn-Siemwndr..Phocuix  Rawhide- Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athel��tan-Jaclcpot_Weilngtn.  Morrison Deadwood  B. C. Mine Summit  R.Bell Summit  Emma Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Fogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance... Summit  Sulphur King ..._ Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Welliugton  King Solomon W. Copper  Big Copper W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel Long Lake  Carmi West Fork  Providence Providence  Elkhorn Providence  Strathmoie Provideuee  Prince Henry ��� Skylark  Skylark Skylark  Last Chauce Skylark  St. P. U. Mine Skylark  Bay    Skylark  Mavis Skylark  Don Pedro _Skylark  Crescent .....Skylark  $ Helen  Greenwood  A Ruby Boundary Falls  Y Republic Bouudary Falls  7 Miscellaneous   X Total, Ions   Y Smelter treatment���  ���     (Irauby Co....-   k     B.C. CopperCo   Y Dominion  Coppel Co    1900  04.S53  297  1901  >3i.?63  1.731  99.034  1901  309.858  10,800  1903  393.718  71,212  Total reduced    02.3a*   J48.4J9 , ^^^^.^.^^^  <9.<s^Kn��~0~W~Q<&^<S>*>*W<W> ��������������������� ^* If.  TrTTC PTTOENTX PTOKREff  WM  m  ��,;-*p  m  m  111  mm  |r.'.i'''.''>, f':'jl:'  1 v v*  Mm  Ii  ���vji -.--ii.  ���Se  |v.&  ill  ���fc-?v-.>5..-":.-.i:ii-Jti.-  I Cfev*.1'^--'*���*�����������'0-5  |'.-r*':iV-V- - : ��;*���.!***.$  1 "--.>-������>' ���;���-' -, ��.i , iw;^.  liiSSfiiff'  fsS?  fe-u  ���tt.$  111  'Jiff  ���is!  WV:-i-;--!!,.-.i j";;;S  ;:;ir  !��:&��  There are a great many kinds  of teat and many are good,  but none so pure and  wholesome  as  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  isooan on m��tordays by tb��  PMrNKRKIMIUIilSHINGdO.  ST PDOXNIX. B.C.  WILLCOX. Manager.  - VM. B.  relephont*  Business office No. 14.  Manager's residence, No. 15.  S0BHCB1PTIOMS IW  4DVAKCI.  er Year ��� ���� ����  Six Month* ���  '-25  If you are not a subset jber to this paper, this  Is an invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rales lurntsheo on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one mouth's  a tvtrt una  1.906   MARCH.  1906  Sua. ���������. T��b��. Wed., Thu. Fr.  Sat.  1       2  .3  4,5      6"     7       8    9  10  .11     ia    13    14    15  16  17  18    19    20    21     22 23  24  ,s 35    36.   37    38    29 30  3i  , ,, AnotW Big Boundary Company.'  This week steps were taken  for the  .., organization of another large incorporation for the development of some of  the most important properties in the  Boundary���a company that will operate right here in Phoenix, and that  will, when  finally  at ,vvork, give em-  ,��� . .ployment to a .considerable number of  , men in the.development of its mining  claims.    We refer to the amalgamation  of the War Eagle,   Red  Rock,   Bald  Eagle,   Lulu,   etc., properties that im-  .', mediately adjoin the Granby mines on  the south. The new company, will  have a capital of $5,000,000, of which  $2,000,000 will be in the treasury.  It is plain that this is but one of the  sequences to be expecied from . the  definite and positive knowledge of the  success by the Granby Co. in making  that great concern a profit paying one.  It took years of time and almost unlimited capital to succeed in this endeavor, and one result of that success  is the attraction of capital to develop  other good properties in the Boundary.  Five years ago the War Eagle was  operated here, but with the low price  of copper then prevailing and the consequent hesitancy of capital to take  hold at that time, it was thought best  to wait awhile. Now, however, the  conditions are all that could be desir-  ���ed.    Low grade ores have been made  .    profitable and  the price of copper being 18 cents, with a likelihood of staying in that vicinity for some time,there  is every incentive for taking up devel  opment again.    Boston and New York  Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy  In His House. ,  "We would not   be without   Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy.      It is kept  on    hand continually   in   our  home,"  says W. W. Kearney, editor of the Independent,   Lowry City, Mo     That is  just   what   every   family   should do.  When kept  at   hand ready for instant  use, a cold may be checked at the out-  capitalists   who   a  few years ago had  set and' cured in much  less  time than  The Grand.Forks Gazette had the following about Mr. Stanton :  "The death of John Stanton in New  York   last   Friday  removes one of die  best known figures in the copper worid  and probably   the   foremost   authority  on copper mining.      Mr.  Stanton was  in   his seventy-sixth year.     He was in  his office the previous week, but grippe  and   heart   failure. brought   the  end  quickly.    "Honest John," as he  was  called   widely,   was   a   director of the  Granby company, and was   president  of  the   Baltic,   Wolverine,    Mohawk,  Michigan and Winona properties  and  treasurer of the Atlantic copper mines  at Lake Superior. He had been actively engaged in copper mining for more  than fifty years,   and   his   opinion carried   perhaps more   weight   than   any  other copper man on the continent.  "Two years ago last September Mr.  Stanton paid his first visit to the  Boundary, coming to Grand Forks  with a number of other men who are  now directors of the Granby. As far  as we are aware, this was his first  visit to the province, and he expressed  the strongest desire to see more of the  countrj, the mining possibilities of  which made a deep impression on him.  In an interview at that time given to  W. A. Harkin, editor of the Gazette,  Mr. Staton said : "The Granby ore  body is the largest sulphide ore deposit I have ever examined, and my  mining experience. has extended to  every variety of copper ore. I don't  know of its equal on the continent."  $40,000 BOND  ON WEST FORK  On Well Known Washington  and Idaho.  Collins    and    Hunter     Now  Working the Claims.  Kins  Eczema,   Tetter,   Salt   Rheum,    Itch,  Worm, Herpes, Barbers' Itch.  All of these diseases.are attended by  intense itching, which is almost instantly relieved by applying Chamberlain's Salve, and by its continued use a  permanent cure may be ellecied. It  has, in fact, cured many cases that had  resisted other treatment. Price 25  cents per box.   For sale by J.B.Boyle.  PROVINCIAL.  Victoria's city council has appropriated $4,000 for the Tourist Association.  Fernie wants a $20,000 public building and thinks the government should  stand half.  It is stated the C. V. R. will spend  $30,000 in yard improvements at  Revelstoke this season.  A new railway from Fernie to Calgary is being talked of, and James J.  Hill gets the credit for backing it.  N. Hanson, of Wasa, intends building a $35,000 hotel in Cranbrook. It  will be ready to open in October.  The Dominion government is arranging to take over Darcy Island  Lazaretto from the Provincial government.  New Westminster has now another  paper, The Daily News, R J. Burde,  formerly city editor in the. Coumbian,  being editor on the new journal.  The Okanagan ice crop was a complete failure and those who must of  necessity lay in a supply are paying as  high as $15 per ton for ice from the  mountains.  hardly heard of the Boundary, are now  intensely interested in consequence of  the. good record made by the Granby  Consolidated.  It is preity safe to say that the organization of the Phoenix Amalgamated is but one of several new mining corporations tint will be doing  business in the Boundary at no distant  date.      . .   Honest John  Stanton.  after it has become settled in the sys  tern. This remedy is also without a  peer for croup in children, and will  prevent the attack when given as soon  as the child becomes hoarse, or even  after the croupy cough appears, which  can only be done when the remedy is  kept at hand. For sale by all druggists. .   A Pavorle Remedy lor Babies.  Its pleasant taste and prpmpt cures  have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a favorite with the mothers of  small children.     It quickly cures their  As   readers of  the   Pioneer   noted  coughs  and   colds  and prevents any  from   these  columns last   week, John  danger of pneumonia or other   serious  consequences.  It not only cures croup,  Stanton, probably the most prominent   but when  given as soon as the croupv  man in the American copper industry,  cough appears will prevent the attack.  recently died at his home in New York.   For sale by all druggists.  An important deal was recently put  through by which two well known  Boundary men, residents of Greenwood, have taken a working bond  on two properties up die West  Fork of Kettle river, for $40,000.  The properties are the Washington and  Idaho, and the bond was taken by  George H. Collins, formerly superintendent of the lirouklvn group in  Phoenix camp, and W. T Hunter,  manager of ih: lltmier Kcndrick Co.,  in Greenwood, for themselves and  associates.  The Washington .tint Idaho are  located on Wallace mountain, iu-arthe  town of Ueavertlell, winch is ali.uit 50  miles from Midway, die nearest railway point at present. The survey ot  the' proposed Midway \- Vernon rait  way, however, goes through ihe town  of Beaverdell, and whenever that line  is completed the camp will have good  transportation facilities. Mike Callahan, formerly foreman ai the Brooklyn,  has been sent to the property with a  force of miners to start systematic de  velopment work.  "The Washington and Idaho claims  are owned by the Boundary <& Beaverdell Mining Co., in which the hue R.  E. L. Brown, better known throughout  the Nor:hwest as "Barbarian" Bro wi,  was the moving spirit. The company  is now in,,.liquidation, the Bank ol  Montreal', being, largely interested.  The property lias a hyist and boiler,  with a shaft down 100 feet, sunk between two parallel ledges, some 60 or  70 feet apart. Values so far are said  to run from $20 lo $60 per ton, mostly  in silver, but the property is clcse to  the SaJIy, which is steadily working 15  to 20 men, and taking out $200 and  S300 ore The Rambler is also in  close proximity to the Washington and  Idaho, which latter have a!wa\s been  regarded as among the best claims in  the camp, development having been  retarded owing to 'ack of sufficient  capital. The le<ids are from eight to  ten feet wide, and of large size, with  the strong probability, when the shaft  is unwatered and drifting =tatted, of  striking some of tht high grade veins  of that locality.  the Pioneer has paid more  than   $100  in postage.  '        - ��*i  Approximately, there are 2,000 r-er-  >ons empl. yed in the mining industry  in the Boundary or in the three district smelters or by the railways hauling the ore to those smelters. Which  means that the steady payroll of the  Boundary from the mines, smelters and  railways is about $200,000 per month.  No wonder that the Boundary is fairly  prosperous and that things look bright.  it*  There are not a few in the Boundary who rememoer John Dorsey, who  some five or six years ago promoted  t.vo mining companies in Summit  camp, the Blue Bell and Mountain  View, the latter claim adjoining the B.  C. mine Dorsey's friends and  enemies alike will recollect how he  took them down the lino, and suddenly left between two suns, as it were,  for other and gre^'-T pastures, where  the crop of suckers was still coming  up. Unci Dorsey was indeed down  on his hi-'-;, and tramped the streets of  Seattle wiiimut a 'ollar he could call  his own. I! it he went up into the  Bulkl y valley country, in northern  British Coin nbia, and through all  kinds of discouragements made and  disposed of some locations of copper  and coal that are said to be valuable.  Occasionally he is found in Seattle,  Vancouver, Victoria or Spokane, giving the papers a goodly story about  the riches of his new eldorado. Dorsey was smart, if he did lack education,  and if lu did take in all the friends of  his youth in the town of his birth back  in Wisconsin. He is likely to make a  big winning yet, with the growth of  newer portions of the province.  It will not cost you a cent to try  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets, and they are excellent for  stomach troubles and constipation. Get  a free sample at J. B. Boyle's drug  store.  *-  T#-  -#  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talkkd op at  iiOMR and Elsewhere  For 33 Years  Shiloh's Consumption Cure, the Lung  Tonic, has been before the public, and  this, together with the fact that its sales  have steadily increased year by year, is the  best proof of the merit of  Shiloh  as a cure for Coughs, Colds, and all  diseases of the lungs and air passages.  Those who have used Shiloh would not  be without it. Those who have never  used it should know that every bottle is  sold with a positive guarantee that, if it  doesn't cure you, the dealer will refund  what you paid for it.    Shiloh  Has Cured  thousands of the most obstinate cases of  Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles. Let it  cine you.  "Lsjt winter I coughed for three months sod  thought 1 was going into Consumption. 1 took all  sorts of medicines, but nothing did me an/ good  until I used Shiloh i Consumption Cure. Four  bottles cured me. This winter I had a very bad  cold, was not able to apealc. my lungs Were sore  - on the tile and back. Six bottles of Shiloh made  me well again. I have given it to leveral peopk  -and every one of them have been cured.���D.  Joseph, St. Hyacinthe, Que." .    6��i  vSHILOH  25c.    with    guarantee    at   all   druggists.  banking business entrusted to our keeping  receives the most careful attention.  EASTERN   TOWNSHIPS   BANK  HEAD    OFFICE:  < HErBROOKE,   QUE  VIITV-TllKl! '   IIHANl I1KS  IN   OitNADA.  CorreHi.onue.its In all parts of the World  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIKK, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  tO(immlrinloiii>.r for taking Affldiiviu,,  CAPITAL,  hESEhVE,  $3,000,000  $1,600,000  Wm    Kakwuxl, rresideuf.  Jab.' Mackiw.non, Gen'l M��r-  Savings  Department.  A. B. HOOD, Manager  Phoenix Branch.  Pahst  BEE  Af'.er Irving all other kind.- of beer those '.vim  waul ihe n.'st come back lo the Old Reliable  ��� IWliS!'.  Made in the Largest lire very in the world.  ;ts sales exceed that of all others. The only  Beer, and  .M.WAV'S  I'URIC.  Jas. McOeath,  Boundary Agent       -        -        '      Greenwood, B. C.  *3.  Phoenix Livery Stable  William R. Matheson, Prop.  Fvprvihinff Npw carriages   and  other   rigs   [  L/Y&l VUllHg,  HEW   HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL     J  mmmm~m~"HUNDRED CORDS OF DRV   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., PHOENLX,   13. C.  ���) Gait Coal       \ Hay, Grain.   ���  delivered to any part of  the citv.  Oats, Wiikat, Fkkd.ktc.  large stock.  In an hotel in Montana there is a  sign that reads : "Boarders taken by  the day, week or month. Those who  do not pay promptly will be taken by  the neck."  MS  An exchange informs us that   men  have   various ways of carrying money.  Grjcers, butchers and  millers carry it  in a wad, bankers in   clean   bills   laid  full length in a pocketbook.      Brokers  always  fold   the   bill   once���doubling  the  money,   as   it  were.    The young  business man   carries   it    in   his vest  pocket, while the sport carries it in his  trcusers    pocket.      The   farmers   and  drovers in their inside pockets, whether  it be $50 or 15 cents.     But publishers  usually  carry  their   money   in   other  people's pockets.  **f  The Pioneer has just been informed  that the U. S. customs authorities have  held up 40 copies of the Holiday  Number of ihe Pioneer for $3 or $4  duty, the copies having been ordered  and paid for by a man in Spokane,  whence they were shipped by express.  The same copies could have been sent  through the mails and no duty collected or charged, but simply because  they happjned to be sent by express  they are subject to duty. This is  surely a fine distinction that we are  certain the authorities at Washington  even will find it difficult to explain,  namely, that periodicals can be received into the United States by mail and  not subject to duty, but if they go by  express   they   must   pay  the customs  tariff.  ��������  We labored under the idea that we  bad found the acme of official stupidity  when the Canadian postal department  raised the ratt on holiday numbers to  just sixteen times the ordinary newspaper rate, but Uncle Sam seems  determined���or at least, some of his  officious officials so decide���to go the  Ottawa subordinates of tbe'Honoiable  A. B. Aylesworth at least one point  more. Taking it all in all, it is not  very encouraging to those who are doing their best to build up the country.  On that Holiday Number, for instance,  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK.  Dividend No. 93.  Notiet! is hereby given that a Dividend at Ihe rate of eight per cent per annum upon the Paid-up Capital Stock of  this Hank lias boen declaied for the  quarter ending March 31st, 1906, and  that the .trn'me will be payable at the  Mea'l OfnVe and Branches on and after  Monday  2nd day of April next.  The Transfer Books will be closed from  the 15th to the 31sr March, both days  inclusive.  By order of the Board.  J.  MACKINNON,  General Manager.  Sherbrooke, 27th February, 1906.  5 "palacelivery stables    S  Good Dry Wood.        ^      ���:  MURDOCK McINTYRE, Prop.  Knob Hill Ave.,        0UAIX'is^es Phoenix, B. C.       C#  ��������� ��������������������������������������������� ������ ��������������������� ��.^*^a>^.^��.^  !    Greenwood 013.^6   Lltl�� \  Leave Phoenix    -     9.30 a. m.]  Leave Greenwood      ^.30 p.  111  - Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.      ���  7. S.: McCAGUE, Proprietor.  t  >�����-���-��>�����>����.��>��.<��4*v.��fr..*..��>4,.��> 4  ro  HOLIDAY    NUMBER  OF  TUB  PHOENIX    PIONEER  PRICE.25 CUNTS.  GET   \  COPY   AND    SEND  YOUR   FRIENDS.  ALL ABOUT THE   BOUNDARY.  -   THE  STRATHGONA  NELSON. B.C.  B   TOMKINS, Manager.  The Leadin; Hotel of the Kootenayi  Special  Kau-s to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  S* a a  oat  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.   The nioit perfectly appointed Heal.h  rml .Measure Ke-ioi t iu the West, with a com*  tilde syaleiu of ��� -j��tlis���Including Turkish and  K'jHsiHii. Open t'e year round. The curative  properties' of 'is waters are unequaled.  Voi Curing nit Rheumatic. Nervoui and Muscular TrouliUs.  Vox Healing M Kiduey, Liver and Stomach  lilnifiits.  Vot KlimhiBtiiiji all MetalHcPoliana from the  ���ivttetn  The K'audeur ol the scenery U unrivalled  Mountains,aiiow peaks, forcstd,lakes,water'alls,  do all 11 g. yachting, fishing, shooting, excursif m  icimt*. ft* winter climate is unstupaitaed fo  mildness HaRRV McINTOSH,  Pioprietor.  Phoenix, ]{, c  TUCK   COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS        '  and HATH ROOM.  Hotel Balmornl ,.  Cor. Hirst St Knob Hill Ave.    "HOENIX.l,. Q  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A. M.  R egular coiurauMfciitloii 8 p. i,, u,  oiid Thursday of each month '  Kmerijeiil meelliiKK iiHeullcil-Masnni.  Hall, Mclliilc lllock. '���'"��M>nlc  I). H.MOItKIU., K. II.  IIOI'CIIKK   M ���  Secretary. '  W..M.  I. O. O. F.  8NOWBH0KI.OIK.KN0.,  Meets every Molality l{vciiiii|c hi Miners'Hall  VihIIIhk brethren cordially Invited.  Chns. McCaKne, N. CI.  (Iko. K, Mkaii, Rec.Hcc'y.  Maivtis Martin. Per. I'in. Secy  OREGON  ShghtLine  and union Pacific  ONLY LINE  EAST   Via  Salt Lake and  Denver.  Two Trains  Daily.  Steamship ticketa to Europiumd ulliti  foreign countriea.  Leaves  Dally  Spokane Time Schedule.      Ainv..  Hfleclive Nov. 23 1903 Daily  7.35a.m. VAST MAIL���To slid from  Coeur d' Alcnc di.itl let, I'arm-  int-toti Garfield t olfttx Pull,  man, ���Moscotv, *Poinerny,  WnitshtitK, Dayton, Wall a  Walla, I'eiul etou, llakcr City  ani.! all points Hast h.4,0  1:30 p. 111. KXI'RKSS���>;or l'armiiiKtou  Garfield, Colfax, Pullman  Moscow.Lewiston, Portland  Sail Hrancisco, Maker (.'ily  and all points HAST.  HXPRHSS ��� 1'roiil sll points  Kast, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfax, Garfield and Kartniti|.toii ii.iuh.ui  ���Kxcept Sunday.  SHORT LINK TO CALIFORNIA.  San FranciHro-l'ortlanil Koniw.  Steamers sail from Ainswortli Hoc.-.  Portland  at 8 p. m. and from Spesr Street wharf, SanFno  Cisco, at 10 a. 111. every five days.  1'or   further  information   as  to rates, time  trains, equipment, etc.. address  GKO. J.  MOHI.KR.General AKeiit,  Riverside Ave., Spokane. Wail,  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All  Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  MADE   TO   ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'   A  NUHK0-  PECTORS'SHOES   A   SPECIALTY.  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  t'nrough Salt I.ake City, t-ilH.iwood Springe, Leailvillc, Pnclilo,  Colorailo Springs ami Denver.  & ftayligM Ride Through Ndiure's ah Gallery  Passing faille linn-, ('��nnii of The Grand, Temii'Haee Pn��f>,  Mii"sh;il Paw imhI  Hie H'.vhI Gorge.  ^% Past Trains Daily Bet. Qqden and Denver _"\  Equipment andS:rvice Second to None  ___SEEK_NO   FU KTIIKR,   FOR BETTER  CAN'T HE  FOUND.  Fin  Delaili'il Inforiiiatifin, aildreap  W    C. VtVirtri.K. 1; ...|.mmI A ..."is.  PMTiiir.Mt.n...|. POR T|, \yr>. ORKfiOV  ISlioii  on    Dominion Avenue.  Average Prices ot Copper.  New York���  Electrolytic.               I.a  le.  Month.  1904  1005       1004  1005  Janiiarv...  .12 410  15.05    12.553  15. Ii��  February..  .12.0(33  15.010 12 215  In.inn  March....  .12.208  l5.2(iS 12 250  15 lM��  April   .32 922  14 01S 13.12(1  15 010  May   . 12.758  14 027 13 000  1-I.JS20  June ....  .12.20!)  14.K73 12.3011  H.t*l'.'  July   .12 27!)  14.888 12 500  15.1'05  August   .12..S42  15.70    12 408  15.7:!  >ei)tfiuber.  .12.4SJ-I  15 005  12.02(1  15.1'7-i  Oclobi-r  . .  .12 !>!M  Mi. 88    13 117  10.44  November  .1-1.283  10.08(1  14.455  10 S.i  December .  .14.0U0  18.400  14,850  I.Sl'S  Year   ...  .12.820  .    12.000  EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR  BETWEEN  SEA ITLE and CHICAGO  via the  GreatNorthern Railway  "The Comfortable Way"  Route of the famous Oriental Limited  PVir detailed Information apply lo  M. M. Stephens, A.cnt or s. G. Yicrkes, A.G I> A  1 h~' B- C battle! \tl,  A busines man's rainy day  or Waterproof Boot without an equal.     Ask to see  them at your dealer*.  L 169. Men's Tan  Chippewan  Veal   Kip  Waterproof Boots  Hand made rind brass rivetteil.  have single sole and slip, celluloid eyelets and hooks. Tlii*  Boot will   give you   satisfaction.  MANUFACTURED    IIV  J. LECKIE CO., LTD.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  WANTED.-MEN AND VVOMKN V. ITH  common-Bchool education. Iliat arc 0"'",��  working; for small wanes, to ounllly as ����]��"'"  id wrltera or show-card writers throne" oui  instruction by mail. Prices low; terms easy; n  :.ooks to buy. Send for circular-, stnllni: "'"',.  .ou snw this ail and which position yi.11 w"1"-  '.VTBRNATIONAL     CORBESPONOKJICli    bCUOOJ.*  DcrantoDt Pa.      ��� J  d  <>���  #1  u4'f  THB pHOHOTX--plfypmk  (���AiXl*i^'^A<JX2XsX5l(^^  p. 0. Box 56. PhoenlK Market. 'Phone 2     |  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. $  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt Attention.  Mm keta at Greenwood, Grand Korku, Midway,   Eholl and all  (lie other   %  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon. %  Headquarters for Boundary-  (iKKKNWOOD, B.C.  II end on art era:  NKLSON,  li.C  <?  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  .   .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  mIhi-Ii jivi-r- l'i..f.-1-i   Work  in I    |.hlnirh't<l  I i in i' �� ii 11 lilt; ���:r<':! 11'* l i-ii-c ��� -f    11 .^ i nl Inn.  Write fur CalAli k>  PIONEER PUB. CO.. Agents.  Phosn.n,  B. C.  COPPER  The ni-w fililion of the COP I'lilt HANHMOOK lints ,tn.l dosc-ribes Si.SI I copper mines ninl copper minim; coniimiiifH, in all partH of tint world, eoveiiii}; the  (fliihc. These deseiintioiis raniriiit; from twi. lin..* in 12 finucH in length, <uvor lim; to  importance of ihe mines. The ilcHi-ripl ions- nt-f mil piodled. Inn j;ivr' I'.iels in tin*  timet condensed and jjet-al-iilile form.  There aie ids ��� lii'leeii miscellaneous c:i.ipt.M-<. il.-vuied lo iln; Ilisorv, Uses,  TertniiioUyv, (.ieotiraphy, (ivoloiiy, Chemistry, Miner, tluiry, Metalur-y, Finances  and Statistics of t'opp-r, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the Mih-  j.'ct of Coppi'i' ami everylhinp peilaiiiin^; to the nielitl.  It Is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  Kveiv Miner, Prospector, Invi-stor, B.tuk.'i, and Broker needs i!im l,o..k.   Price  ii��45,iii Biiokrani binding with jj.ll top, oi :f7.50 in full   lilnarv   moi roc-o,  and the  hook   in either bindiiii:, will he Men l, fully prepaid, on niijioval, loauv address in  the world, i���� he paid for if found satisfactory, or may reiuiind within a iveekoi re  eeipi an I thecharue   cancelled.    Address II.e Aullior ami Publisher,  .    HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block.  Houehton    Mich., U.  S. A.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Foiini'i-d 18.12���Incorporated 1811...  JS'EW  U K-TMINSTEH. B.C.  Provides ii Christian home for sttid-  o-uts of 'mill sexes at moderate rates.  Iln* a'preparatory class for junior student-, il.lin,: grade puhlie school work.  Hoes hiidi school work, confers all hijrh  school privilege", and prepares for teaeh-  eis' examination?. Teaches all liranchet  of a Piaclical Business Course and givef  IHploiiiii". Cives a liheral education in  its CClli-ginlP Course and in the Ladies'  Conrte fur M.E.L. and M.L.A. In Uni-  \ersity wo k. can take students through  Ihe complete Arts Course, and the decree ol B.A. can lie obtained from Toronto I'liivei'itv, which the college is in  hu attilialion  For fuller infm-iiiation (uid tonus write  Kev.W .1. Sipperell, B.A., B.I) , Principal :or FW. .1. P. It .w-..||. Bursar.  lit iwntr  "Pioneer Limited"  St. Paul to Chicago;  "Overland Limited"  Omaha to Chicago,  "Southwest Limited"  Kansas City to Chicago;  No train in tne service of any rail  road in the world equals in equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee &' St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  o��n sleeping cars and give their patrons an excellence of service not ob  tamable elsewhere.  Ittiths in  tlun   sle.-pers are  Longer       iRher  and   Wider   than   in siiutlur cars on othci lines.  They proteel their trains by the Illock System.  H   S. RoWK. General Axeiit.  134 Third Street, rot tland. Oregon.  Our Registered  ..Trade Mark..  WHEN buying Overalls see that  they bear this label. It is a  guarantee of their quality . .  Overalls bearing the "Buck Brand"  are Union made, hv your own  countrymen, and as nearly indestructible as it's possible to make  them. They are manufactured by  the pioneer workintfinen'8 out-  filters of ihe west. Ask for -'Buck  Brand" Overalls and take no others  Wm. J. McMaster  and Sons, Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS  VANCOUVER,     -     -      B. C.  EY AWAY  THE SET I INC HEN���Her failures  have discouraged viatiy a poultry raiser.  You  can   make  money  raising chicks in the right  way���lots of  it.  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has created a New Era  in Poultry Raising.  The setting Hen as a Hatcher  has been proven a Commercial  Failure.  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has always proved a  Money Maker.  .Vo ono d.mlitsi lut tlierclisi money In niisimj    A   Uliht.  Pleasant Olid Profit-  sliiokuiid willi UK-.U.1 iiiculmtorandlJrootlur. . V     i��       ��"-*���-"  No. 2���120 Eggs  No. 3���240 Eggs  THE CI IA THAM INCUR A TOR���lit  success has encouraged tunny lo make  wore money Hum thev ever thought  possible out of chicks.  cliiukuns Willi a K>'">i tiirui'inyittiiuijiuwiti. ��� < - -.,  UhomoC lliolMiiitliiiiiilnoiibatorandJlrooder   able  OUSineSS IOr WOUien  imcciiumioiiii.n.y.  if yi.u sun ciin*t..,t..i<i    Mi,���.. ���.���, ���.��� t(1.,u>. ,,uMnK an i���dc; Every Farmer Should  , I uiii to iiniii->-.    ii yiiu ami ciiiib imiiu ,    ,,.���,���.���  ���,...  l.itl���aylmc������.ucee��st,.llyrunapo,.lKy   ,�����;,:,  um uu.i HtJiL you im. i nuccewumiy rum* pumw j "   V;'",   i;,���;,,,, ,,iwi   i.-i**;i"ir  i.v   tiiiiiifv  rviTV  hk.t;;;.^::^!;!'.^"6 a "atc,,cr' wo wouU ^"1^^-'Xti&SL V,,^. Raise Poultry  itctMu I-C.L.-.OU wuii you. ;��� ,  ,;  In llu Hint lilti.. wu can provo to yon that   D-".ui.  Juur.ictu tl o:i-,h li��u. in CKK". wliioh tho91 lions  aiiiialil hiy diiiihir tliu tiinu ) oil keep tliom  ll.lle.lll K.lllll lil-.ludilllf. will bo ciioukIi to P iy  I'jr a I'n.itli.ii'i Iiu-iib;itoi- and llroodor in tlvo  or six li.ii.Ill's, tn buy noililii). wliuturor of llio  l.ii-Kur ami l.uttcr results ailiiine.l by tlio usu  ���if Ulio l.'lialhiiin lin.ut.alut-and Uroudor.  If you allow a lion  lo srt, 3-011 lose nt loant  oi^'lil  weeks of  Iityini; (tlni-o weeks ImleliiiiK:   pmlits came to tlicui.  and live weeks t:ikinir care of the ehiekensl, or  ��n>- in Hie eiifht weeks she would lay at least  three dozen vkk*.    Let the I'lialliiua Incubator  mi tlio hitlohlug, while tho hen ko��i ��" layinif  Ot'tfS.  (Jar No. 3 Incubator will hatch iminany circs  an twenty setliiiif hens, and do it better. Now,  beru is a <iucstiou in arithmetic:���-  If you keep 20 hens from lavim?  for 8 weeks, how iiiueii ensb do  you lo olf eiu-h hen would I111T0  luiil 3 ijiizi'ii ectrs. and OKirs arc  worth 15 ccntrt tier duzoni      Ans.- ?!1.WI.  Tlierefoi-o, wlien the Chatham Incubator is  liatcliiiarllio number of cki-'s Unit twenty liens  would hatch, it Is really ennilni; in rush for you  SW.UO, besides piodueinu for your tnuiit chicks  by the wholesale, and beinK ready to do lliu  �� one IIiIiik ovurafcatn tho niomentcach hatch  is o.r.  Huit't you think, therefore, that It pays to  keep the liens luyintr "ml let tlu Chatham  Incubitor do the liiitcblm;!  Tbeio are many other reasons why tho  Chatham Incubator and flrooder outclasses  tho sottuiff hen.  Tho lien sets when she is ready. The Chatham (noiibalor is always ready. Hy plauiiinic  to Uike uirn, hatch at the r.trhl time, you may  lino iihinty of leoilci'S tn sell when hrnileis  ai-o scaieu und prices at I lie top milch. If you  ilopeii.t on tbe ben, your chicks will crow lo  broilers ,i 11st. when every olher hen's chicks are  belli* iii.ukeled, and when the price is not so  aliir.  Tho hen is a careless mother, often leadinirhcr  chicks limontrHt wettfrass, bushes, nod In places  where- rut* can contlsc.itto her- younir-  Tho Chatham Ilrooder behaves itself. Is a  perfect mother mid very rarely loses a chick,  and is not iufested with lice.  AltoKi-'ihur. there is absolutely no reasonable  reason for coniliiuln)r the use of n hen as a  hati.-h.-r anil every rciiMin ��hy you sJiould  Iiiivb a Cliathnm Incuhali.i i.nd lliooilcr.  U'o ai-o iniikliii; a very special oiler, which  It will pay you to investitrate.  Small Premises Sufficient  For Poultry Raising.  Of coursn. If you havolots of room, *o inin-li  tho belter, hut manv a man and woman are  curryliiuon iisiu-cessfui anil prolilable poultry  husiiicsK in a Hinall city or town Int. Anyone  with a fair sized Klabla or shell and a small  yard cull raise poultry profitably.  Hut to make money i|iiickl.v, you must cot  nwny from the old Idoa of Irylne lo do business  with selfint; hens as hatcherx. You uiiistlfiit ft  Chatham Incubator and Ilrnoder.  To onablo ovei-ybody to tr��t<i fair start in tho  Hirht way In tbe poultry business,  wo make  \ny woman with a little leisure lime at her  disposal can, wilhoul any previous expenenco  or \.itboilt a cent 01' cash, licwin tl.e poultry  busine.-d and iu.,ke money ri|;iit 110111 the start.  Perhaps yon have a friend wlm is iloinir so.  If not we e in tfive von the ii.imisor many who  (.tailed wnli much misciviiii; only 1.1 be siir-  ]ii-;���,1 bvt lie ease o.nd rapidi'y with which the  Of course, suoces- depends on i;ettinir a  riirht start. You nie--t bc-iu riKht.  never make any considerable money as a  poultry raiser with liens as hatchers. ^ nil  must have a uood Incubator and Hi-imhIci-. but  this means in the ordinary way an investment  which, peihaps; mi are not prepared U iko  just now, .-..vl  ibis is just  where our special  oiler conies In.  If von are in earnest, wo will set you up hi  tho "poultry business without a cent of cash  down. If we were not sure thai the ( hiithaiii  Incubator anil Hi-ooder is the best and that  with it and 11 reasonable amount of elturt on  your part you are sure to make money  would not make the special oiler below.  wo  WE WILL SHIP NOW  TO YOUR STATION  FREIGHT  PREPAID  A CHATHAM  You Pay us no Cash  Till After 1906 Harvest  "Centleniun, Your No. 1 Incubator is all  rUht. I am perfectly salisllcd with it. Will  eet a larifor one from you next year. II. M.  LoOKWOtin, Lindsay, Out."  "tientlemcn, I Ihink both Ineiihntor and  Ilrooder is all rlttht. I trot 7.1 jier eiiiil. out of  tlircc liatches.   U.S. Ki.kmis.., I'lattsi llle. tint.  Cicnllenien.-I had never seen an  incubator  until I received yours.    I was pleas,  prised lo ir.t over W per cent., and tl:  all   Hl.roiiK  and   bealt ;y.   sfully.  '.I and sur  e chickens  A child   could  J as. Day, Hath-  Almost every farmer ���'keeps hens, but.wbite  be knows that there isaeeitnin amount or prollt  i.i the business, even when letlinfr it take euro  of itself, few- farmers aic aware of bow much  they are losing every year by not (Xctlintr into  Ihe poultry busim >s in such a way as to make  real itiouev out ot it. .  The setting hen as a hatolier will never be a  commercial success Her business is lo lay  irirsand she should  be kept at it.     I be only   ��� ..   way lo raiso chicks lor prollt is to liecm nii.il.  You ciin bviiistallliiflruCliatliaiu Imnbaloiaiai Hrooder.  Wilhsiich a inachine you can betfin baU'liiiii;  on a lai'KO scalo at any time.  You can only jret one crop oil your I.elds In  a vour. but with a I'ballinui Incubator and  Ilrooder ami ordinary attention, you can r.i se  chickens from early Spring until �� inter and  haven crop every month.    Think of it !  Ignite a few farmers have discovered that  there is money in the poultry business ami have  found litis branch of mi-miui; se pi-utllahle that  they have installed .-evorul l'l at ham lliclit.a-  l.irs andllioodei-s nlicr iryinu li e l-i>t.  i'ei-lnips you tliitik thai it re .cirei. a ureal  de il of time or a ureal deal of I ...uie.il know  lcd���-e to raise ebii-kea- wllh a i 1. illnini Incubator and Ilrooder. If so. > on tire ureally mistaken. Your wife or iluuirlitcr can atter.il to  the inachine and look after the chickens without interfering with their regular household  duties.  The market is always good and prices are  never low. Tbe demand is nlwiiy.- in i-.\�� c.--. of  the supply and at certain times of tho yen-> ou  can practically get any pr'n cyou cue lou.-U tor  gniKl broilers. Willi a Chatham Incubator .a ml  Tlroodcr you can start hatching at the r glit  time to bring Ihe chickens In inai kelan.c  broilers, when the supply Is very low and llic  lirices accordingly high. This >ou could uev er  d.i with liens a.s hatchers.  Wo know thai there is money in the poultry  business rer every farmer wlio wir, g . about it  rii.'lit. All you have lodo i.-. to gel a Chatham  Incubator and llroo.ler and sluri it. Hal perhaps you me not prepared just now to spend  the money.   This is why we maket.u  IS THIS FAIR ?  Wo know there is money in raising el  Wo   know    the   Chatham    Inctibat  r.rootlur has no equal.  We know that with any reasonable el.net on  your part, you cannot but make money out of  i.ho Chatham Incubator and Uroodcr.  Wo know- that we nnule a .similar oiler last  , car and that in every case the payments were  met cheerfully and promptly, and that In many  cases money was accompanied by letters expressing satisfaction. .  Therefore, wo h.tve no hesitation m making  this proposition to every lioncsl, earnest jiian  or woman who may wish to add In I heir y daily  prollts with a Hinall expenditure of time and  money.  This really means that wo will set you up in  I ho poultry business so that you can make  money right from tho start, wilhoul asking tor  a single cent from you until a fur l!��1i harvest.  If we know of a fuircrnmsr, we would make it.  Write us a post card with your name ami  ndilress, and we will send you f ii.l uuitif ulars. as  well as our beautifully illiislraled book. " How-  to make money out of chicks." Write today  to I'hut ham.  cial  and  in notiltry bUHiiiesr,,   >," i.m����...   ���-���--    . .._ .,.........-.-  a  very   Hpccial olfer   wfileh it is worth your   ,uKjratou...ch.no success  while to Investlgiile. ��"  ��� '       ' edgary. Ilrandon, Heglna. Winnipeg, New Wostmlnstor. H.C., Montreal.  Halif^m^^ .     ���T      OOR      mmmMlkma    ���,uA���  The MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited, Pept. No,225, CHATHAM, CANADA  Let us quote you prices on a good Fanning Mill or good Farm Scale.  Most housewives judge the purity  of a flour by its whiteness. White  somehow signifies purity. But while  pure flours arc alwiiys white, white  flours arc not always pure.  Royal  Household Floor  is the whitest flour that b milled.  It is also the purest. You may think  the flour you are using is about an  white as flour can be. Yet if you  place it beside Royal Household  Flour it will look yellow by comparison. Ask your grocer for Royal  Household, and make sure that h��  understands that you mean it.  Orjilvie Flour Mills Co., Ud.  Montreal.  "Ogilvie's Hook for a Cook," contains 130 paKes of excellent recipes,  uotiie never published before. Your  grocer can tell you how to get it KKEB.  162  GREENWOOD  MAN IN SHASTA  W. ��� S.   Keith   Now  Located  in   California.  CAUGHT BY THE GRIP-  RELEASED  BY PE-RU-NA,  ������������ o ����� ��� ��� ��� ��������*���* m m ���-��� �����������  Produced  $7,000,000 in Copper in 1905.  W. S. Keith, formerly connected  with the Boundary Falls smelter, and  well known in Greenwood and the  Boundary, bul who is now in the same  line in Shasta county, California, gives  the Pioneer some intercstini< details ol  the great low jjr.idc ,,rt. r,odies of thai  section. From what he says, Mr.  Keith is evidently of the opinion that  Shasta county is one of the oreatesl  copper producing regions of America.  Appended is his letter:  Kennett, Cal., Mar.  i, 1906  Fijitor Pioneer,���  One of the great copper producing  district of the west is Shasta county,  California, the value of the red metal  produced for 1904 being $7,000,000.  Twelve   years   ago   the   Mountain  Copper Co., owning the famous   Iron  Mountain   mine,   built large reduction  works at Keswick, which wete operated  uninterruptedly  until the spring of  1905, when they were   closed   by   an  injunction procured by the people vs.  Mountain   Copper Co., on account of  the innocuous   fumes   from   the roast  heaps damaging vegetation.  Last week  the company,   before   the court of appeals, succeeded in having the   injunction   removed.      While   the case was  being   fought   in   the courts the plant  was partially dismantled, only the mechanical   roasters being   in  operation,  and a new plant was erected   at   i*. ar-  tinas  on San   Francisco   bay,   which  consisted of three large   reverberator)'  furnaces,   and   was placed   in   operation in  December,  1905.    It   is   now  authoritively   stated that the old Kes  wick plant will be rebuilt and operated  within a year from date.  At Kennett, the Mammoth Copper  Mining Co. have erected and are operating a 1000 ton smelter, the most  modern equipped plant in the west.  The ore from the Mammoth mine is  taken to the smelter ore bins by an  aerial tramway three miles in length.  The ore is a heavy sulphide analyzing  10% silica, 33% iron and 43% sulphur,  with about 5% zinc, and carrying  precious metal values of 5% copper,  $3 gold and $1 silver. The silicious  ores necessary for fluxing purposes are  obtained from the Tonapah and Gold-  fields districts of Nevada.  Fifteen   miles   from    Kennett   ihe  "The World  of Medicine  Recognizes Grip  as Epidemic  Catarrh ".  Medical Talk,  a>>a��aaaasaaaasaesa<ss��sssssaasa ��sas<assissassssssis*<  Bully Hill Mining Co. have a 500 ton  plant, which has been in operation four  years. The ore is very similar to the  Mammoth except that it runs much  higher in zinc, and carries greater silver values.  At Ingot the Great Western Mining  Co. has a 150 ton plant which has  been in operation a year. The ore for  this plant, which is obtained from the  Afterthought mine, resembles ihe  Bully Hill ore but carries a still higher  percentage of zinc.  Probably the greatest known low-  grade ore body in the west has been  encountered and partially opened up  in the Balaklala mine, owned by Utah  and Boston capitalists. This property  has been developed by tunnels, and  the ore body has been crosscut for Soc  feet with no walls in sight, the ore  carrying values of 3% copper, $3 gold  and from $1 to $3 in silver, with a  small percentage of zinc. Ground is  now being cleared for the erection of  large reduction works, consisting of  both blast and reverberator)'  furnaces.  Within five years Shasta county will  rank   next  to   Butte   as a copper producer, and as yet is  almost   unknown  to the prospector of low-grade ores.  Very truly,  \\. S.  Kkith.  A Southern Judge Cured.  Judge HoratlO'J. Gobs, Hartwell, Ga.,  writes:  "Some five or six years ago I had a  very severe spell of grip which left me  with systemic catarrh.  "A friend advised me to try your Pe-  runa, which I did, and waaImmediately  benefited and cured. The third bottle  completed the cure."���H. J. Goss.  Cured In a Few Weeks.  Miss Jean Cowglli, Grlswold Opera  House, Troy, N. Y., is the leading lady  with the Aubrey Stock Co. She writes  the following:  "During the past winter of 1901, I  suffered for several weeks from a severe  attack of grip, which left a serious  catarrhal condition of the throat and  head.  "Some one suggested Pernna.   As a  last   resort, after wasting much  time  and money on physicians, I tried the  remedy faithfully, and in a few weeks j  was as well as ever."���Jean Cowgill.        I  Crip Resulted In Catarrh.  Miss Alice Bielko, Treasurer Young  Women's Society of tha Lutheran  Church, Menasha, Wis., writes:  "1 gratefully acknowledge the good  that Peruna did me after I had been  sick with la grippe which left me in a  very weak and emaciated condition,  with catarrhal trouble of the head and  ears.  "My mother suggested that I take it  to build up my strength and rid myself  of the troublesome catarrh, and it  acted with wonderful speed.  "1 was able to resume my work inside of two months and I am in splendid  health now."���Alice Bielke,  One reason why Peruna has found  permanent use in so many homes is  that it contains no narcotic of any  kind. Peruna is perfectly harmless.  It can bo used any length of time  without acquiring a drug habit.  Peruna does not produce temporary  results,���it cures.  LaGrippe Is Epidemic Catarrh.  IT spares no class or nationality. Tho  cultured and the ignoraut,the aristocrat and the pauper, the masses and the  classes are alike subject to la grippe.  None are exempt���all are liable.  Grip is well named. The original  French term, la grippe, has been shortened by the busy American to read  ' grip."  Without intending to do bo, a new  word has been coined that exactly  describes tho case. As If some hideous  giant with awful grip had clutched us  in its fatal clasp.  Men, women, children, whole towns  and cities are caught in the baneful grip  of a terrible monster".  "  Have you the grlpf Or, rather, has  the grip got you? If so, read tho following letters.  These testimonials speak for themselves as to the efficacy of Peruna in  cases of la grippe or its after-effects:  Saved by Pe-ru-na.  Bon. James K. Guill is one of tho oldest and most esteemed mon of Omaha,  Neb. He has done much to make it  what It la, serving on public boards n  number of times. He endorses Peruna  In the following-words:  "I am 68 years old, am halo and h oar t y  and Peruna has helped me attain it,  Two years ago I had la grippe���my life  was despaired of. Peruna saved me."���  J. R. Guill.  " A Relative of Abraham Lincoln.  Mr. Silas S. Lincoln, who resides at  913 I street, N. W., Washington, I). 0���  has the honor of being third cousin to  Abraham Lincoln.   He wri tea:  "I had la grippe five times before using your medicine. Four years ago I  began the use of Peruna. since which  time I have not been troubled with that  disease.  "1 can now do as much work at my  desk as I ever could in my life, 1 have  gained more than ten pounds in  weigh t."-S. S. Lincoln.  Pe-ru-na Not Only Cured La Grippe but  Benefited the Whole System.  Miss Alice M Dressier, 1813 N. Bryant  Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., writes:  "Last spring I suffered from la grippe  and was partially enred, but the bad  after-effects remained through the  summer and somehow I did not get  strong as I was before.  "One of my college friends who was  visiting me asked me try Peruna and I  did so and found it all and more than I  had expected.  "It not only cured m* of tho catarrh  but restored mo to parfoet health, and  built up the entire syetem."���Alice U.  Dressier,  Address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, President  of The Hartman Sanltaxium.Columbus,  Ohio.  (WM NORTHERN  SUMMER  EXCURSIONS.  Pltoenix to Chicago, St. l.ouis, St.Paul,  Miiuiea|>olis, lJulutli, K.iusas City, St.  Joseph, l,e:ivt'nwortli, Omaha, Council  BIulls, Sioux City and Fort William tit  first class (an- phis $10 tor the round  trip. Selling dates July 2tnl and Almost  7th, 8lh and Dili, and Sept. Sth and 10th,  <;ood fur ,)0 days, but not sifter October  olst, 1906. Ten iltiys wil. he allowed  from date of sale on i;.iin<: portion of  tifketa. Stop-overs will ho. allowed  west nf Missouri river, St. Paul, Duluth  and Fort William.  Knights  of  Columbus   Mektinr, Nkw  Haven, Conn., Ji'nb 8ri> to 9th.  Si'Ilint: dates May 24th, 25th and 26th.  Going   transit limit,   June  9th.      Final  return limit, August 31st.  Elks,    Denvkk,  Colo,  July   17th   to  19th, 1906.  Selling dates, July 10th and 15th. Go-  inst Transit limit, July 19th.     Final return limit, Sept. 30th." 190(3  Odd   Fellows,   Toronto,   Ont.,   Sept.  12-23, 1906.  Selling dates, Sept. Sth and 10th.  Going limit, Sept. 22.    Final   return  limit,  Nov. 30th, 19iG.  Afflicted Wllh  was and  Rheumatism.  vet  afflicted  am yet aitlicitxi with  rheumatism," says Mr. J, C. Bayi-ie,  editor ol the Herald, Addin^ton, In  dian Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's l'ain Balm am able once more  to attend to business. Il is the best  of liniments.'' If troubled with rheu  mutism cive Bain Balm a trial and you  are certain to be more than pleased  with the prompt relief which it affords.  One application relieves the pain. For  sale bv all druggists.  ' i'tihas,   New  15-25���. 1906.  'ati's.Oet. 7tli and Sth.  .   16;h.      Final   return  Orleans,  Going  limit,  Knights  ok   I  OrT.  Selling il  limit, Oct  Nov. 15ih.  For ihe above meetings, tirat class fare  plus $10.  Children of half age will lake half the  above rates.  S. G. Ykiikkh, As.-t.-Gen. Bass. Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  M. .M.S-kiiiKNs. A sen!   Phoenix, B.C.  OB  1'RINTING,  JOB  PRINTING,  [OB PRINTING,  do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do ii riyht.  I'loNKKR   I'UH. GO..     -     l'ltOKNMX. B.C  vVe  4''����4'*#e^����e<^tttt'��4^Vr 4^*444*  2 2  i Church Services Tomorrow ?  Methodist���Class meetitm at 1 1 a.  m., Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m. Tuesday evening at 7:30 Junior League. A cordial  invitation to all these services. Rev.  C. Wellesley Whittaker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Breaching Service tomorrow ai  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p.m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.��� Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard, O.M.I. Pastor.,  Church of England���Services, 1st  and 3d Sunday in each month, 3 p.m.,  by Rev. J. Leech-Porter of Greenwood.  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S.  F. &  N.  RY.  Daily  Lrave  11.til.  S:is   n.m  S:is  Kx.  CANADIAN 0  '1>AC1FIG K\  Daily  Tourist  Sleeper  service  Effective January 1 st.  WEST from Revelstoke  To Seattle, Vancouver.  EAST from Dunmore Junct.  To Toronto, Sun., Tue., Wed  Montreal, Mon., Thur.  Boston, Sat.  St. Paul, Daily.  Latest Mining   Stock Quotations,  American Boy    Ben H'ir ���   Black Tail    B.C. Copper   Canadian Gold Fields v.......  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-dlv.)_  Center Star   Crow's Nest Pass Coat   Denoro Mines....   Dosainiou Copper   stUchorn-Beundary..   Pairview   Fisher Maiden ...  Giant  3  l9 5��  ��  4U  37  35  9  5��  30  3  3  a  Granby Consolidated. $10 oo  International Coal..-   Jumbo   Morning Glory    Mountain Lion-   Montreal & Boston   North Star, (E. K.)   Payne   Quilp   Rambler-Cariboo      San Poil   Sullivan   St. Eujtena   I Tom Thumb   ; War Eajle Consolidated...  Waterloo (Ass. Paid)   White Bear _   ���ID  iK  2  $9 oo  3  33  45  IS  1  S�� 75  3"  3��  J  5  6  tl  2W  3K  3  4  13 ,  ��K  5  75  i  ��  I  3  Fri.  Standard Sleeper  Vancouver Train  Slocan  Route  Can be occupied 9 p.m.  For rates, folders and  to local agent or to  tickets apply  A. W. Haley, K. J. Coyi.e,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  Phoenix, B.C.     Vancouver, B.C.  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  Hospital Donation  List of Donations received since Jan  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General Hos  pital:  Cash $10 R. Horretl  Cathfas _  i  Cash $5..  Book Case   Bed Linen,4 doz   Cash $50   Cash J10   J. B. Macaulay   A. F. Berry   A. E. H. Clark-  Hospital Ladies' Aid  .._ ..E. T. Bank  .Jas. McCresth  Cash J35 Canadian Kand Drill Co.  Spring Cot ; A. B. Hood  Maple ��yrup  A Friend  Gentleman's Dressing Gowu Mrs. J. B. Boyle  Old Linen Mrs. I. Crawford  t Box Books Mrs. B. A. W. Hodges  Cash Jio   .  A Grand Forks Friend  Dominion CopperCo Full Set Boilei Tubes  Cord Wood F. Backless  Application to Transfer Liquor License.  Notice is heieby given that we intend  to apply to the Boaui of Licensing Commissioners of the C01 poration of the  City of Phoenix, at the next meeting,  for "the transfer of the license, now- held  by us, to sell liquors at retail on the  premises known as Summit Hotel, Phoenix, B.C., to Oxlev & Hartman.  (Signed)  Marshall & Shka,  Dated at Phoenix, B. C.  this  24th day  of January. 190(5.  Spokane. Scuttle,  Hvcrett, llellin^haiu  Vancouvei Viciorin,  a ml all Coast  points  "----i^1  Spoknue, i-eniic,!  W'iniiipeK,  St.  Paul.i  Minneapolis   liriitul Forks, Republic, Curlew. Mar-;  ens ami Kerry (Midway)    Nortllport, Kosslantl  Nelson !  a.m.! Kaslo,  ^nmlou   ..  Sun.i  Coni.t-L-tiiiK at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL    LIMITED"  2��� DAILY   OVCRLANO   TRAINS���2  Imoiu    Spokane   for   Winnipeg,  St.   I'liul,  Chicago   anil   nil j  berth I  M inm-npolis,    St.  Louis  I points rust  Kor  complete  information,    rates.  I reservations, etc., call on or nUdtess,  M. M. STHI'HKNS. Agent.  1'hocnix  S  Ii   VKIIKF.H, A.  li. P. A.,  Seattle I  When You  Smoke���Smoke ihe   Best  "Kurtz's Own"  "Kurtz's Pioneers" or  "Spanish Blossoms"  The choicest cigars made. Ask  your dealer for them. Manufactured  under the Blue Label by  ��Lvttzf$ Pionee*  Cigaff  Factory,  U8 Cordova Si., W ,  VANCOUVER     -      B. C,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  notice.  "Four Piiw"Bii(l "t.ittle Dalles" Mineral'Maims,  siluatein the l.recnwooii Mining  Dirision of  Yale District     Where located: lit Greenwood  Camp.  TAKK NOTICE that I.Isaac H.  Halletr. agent  William    J     1'orter.    Free     Miner's   Certificate  No. U915S9, intend   sixty days  from date hereof.  to apply to the Mining  Kecorder for  Cctliflcates  of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the alxive claims.  And further take notice that act'ou, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such OertiScalcs i f Improvements.  Dated this 27th day of November. A.D   1905.  I   II   HALLHTT.  Application for Transfer of   Liquor License.  Notice is hereby i��iven that I intend  to apply at the next meetimr of the  Boanl of Licensing Commissioners of  the City of Phoenix, for the transfer of  the lioe'nr-e to sell liquors at retail, in  respect of the premises known us the  Cottage Hotel, now held by me, to  Perev Wilkinson.  Ou'ted at Phoenix, B.C., this L'-tth day  oi January, 1906.  (Signed)  M. H. Rank.  Witness���W. SaMmo.n.  Application to Transfer Liquor License.  Notice  is   hereby   yiven that I intend  to apply to the Board   of   License   Com  missioiiiTS f.ir the City of Phoenix   for a  transfer of the   Lii-en.-e  held bv me for  ' the Maple Leaf hotel to Charles Hunan.  I      IV.ted    at     Phoenix,   15.C,   this    Hist  ' January, 1!HW.  F. Andkkmon,  'i'iil  p  aamaKSOTWWM'awkrsfw&ftCTa i:J"  ���'fei.r  M  ���:f|i-  .0! ���  m\  !>:Pl  mm  'if.?;''$  Kffi"  .���.,...���'���; seir;.'.'--'-St  - it1?  - ill?  an.  -iim  B  wmmi  wmm  ���If  1  Iff  ., ,.|M  .. .Jill  llltif  msm  'if,V'f.;��.;:'.'"-Hj'iV'v^'  ���ill  llilflf  ^A?;s.'.v-:ifBij^}-  ^r^S,'-';!K$vtgE  llll*  Riitfllpf' ������  wm^  Wmm  .':ft!^V--":..3K!<,ife:  *J&  :A��.  .liU'  ;j-*'H-r.:;-a-i iSjil-  ^aa'S-'St'W  ffi'^^ifgfe'  ^tS  Jl'r.C'-'  fill:  313  it  if  iillll  itiil  llltlS  ���PS  ^.!il  'iMV*  ���';.>.;,-  '-->,: j-ll-lij  W-  tivM  -.-.1 ;-.&.-{.  ���-.'i ;������',��  '-.���.'(,���;,-: ���.-  ���->;��':."-'.-���?*  '."v''! i;;''  :; fc-m  ^;r��sa  :;'l|;i*  ^������iiSt  Y;jjj;  ;^M  Ki;���.?:  'Wi-0-  ?:fe;-  mm  #5^-  Mm  w'ft  4m  THE PHOENIX PTONEEB.  BOVRIL  Try it with a dash  of  Cold Milk  I In and Around Phoenix  5�� BRIEF   TOPICS   OF   LOCAL  AND   OKNKRAL ^  ^J ������* INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIAN'S. ^  x  Utdi��g Hotel of- Boundary's Leading  Mining Cirop  JS���  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., mid First 81.,  PHOENIX,  II. C.  J. A  ��  New and Up-to-date,  (-'���rurally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  HcMASTER  Proprietor.  :s:  ��  START  190<3  RIGHT  BY    GETTING  YOUR  ^Dominion Ifootel f  Account  Books,  Stationery,  etc.  This is the Largest Hotel in the City  and has been improved and reitted,  being well adapted for mining and  travelling men. Bathroom Harwell  stocked with choice goods. Dining  Room unde personal charge of the  proprictrf**.  flbboenij, JS.d. m  Mrs. P. t. McKELVEY, Prop.  Trt��pwoNE No. 77.  m  m  m  FROM  Ikh Bros, i 5mi  Knob Hill Ave.  Phoenix.  THE    ONLY   FHST-CLASS    AND    UP-TODATE  HOTEL     N    PHOCN X  f)oteI Brooklyn  ��tv r*OM  oilu>��  to moot  ���ear ��amh.i mem iw tm  JAMES MARSHALL, Proprietor  ���TATtOM  m oonhsotioh  pbocntr, B.C.  WALL  PAPER  LARGE  AND  VARIED   STOCK  TO  SELECT   FROM.  FOR   IOOG  ���ftJ��i��iAa*M***a)0��fta��^^  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mines bought and sold.  If you want the best and  ....latest in the line of...  Wmt  G.W. Rumberger  Information   about   Phoenix   and  the  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  & Phoenix, B.C  DANCING SCHOOL  H. A. Munro and Harry James will start  a Dancing School on or about April 1st, at  Miners' Union Hall. Those wishing to join  will please apply to Mr. Munro or Mr. James.  gfjb  Printing  Lowrey's chocolates at Boyle's.  Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all repairs.  The old reliable, Boyle the Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers  no  addition  ior subtraction.  New and second   hand goods   sold  by R.J. Gardner,  i     Dr. Mathison, dentist,   at his office,  Bank block. March 10th to  14th.  Largest and best stock of Cut Glass  in the Boundary.���Dey the Jeweler  See Miss McDonald, milliner, for  Singer sewing machines .and supplies.  Miners, attention. If you want  solid comfort, stay at Hotel  Brooklyn.  Another Benefit. Vou benefit both  in "quality and price at Thomas Drug  Co.  Subject for Sunday evening at the  Methodist church : "The Elder  Brother."  A Good Thing ! What ? The line  of couches, from $j up, at Binn's Furniture Store.  Supeifatted soaps, containing borax,  just right fur hard water, at Thomas  Drug Co.  It is understood that the Midway &  Vernon bill, before the legislature, will  finally be allowed to pass.  Wedding invitations and announce  ments promptly executed in the latent  styles in the Pioneer Job Department.  Seven Sutherland Sisters' hair demonstration, commencing Monday,  March 5th. See our window. Boyle  the Druggist.  It is said that the new telephone  company is about to replace its antiquated directories with something  more modern.  Something to eat at the Big Store :  Letiuce, Rhubarb, Spanish Green  Unions, Sweet Potatoes, Pineapples,  Asparagus, Cauliflower, arriving semi-  weekly.  Perhaps you do not know it, but  the Job Department of the Pioneer  can and does turn out anything that is  manufactured with paper and ink.  Remember us on that next order.  Boyle, the Druggist.  J. L. Marlin will buy International  Coal shares.  Purity first consideration by Boyle  the Druygist.  Just received a large selection of  fine Cut Glass.���Dey the Jeweler.  Special attention   given   to   Miners'  Dinner Buckets at Hotel Brooklyn.  Prescriptions a specially at   Boyle's.  Royal Household flour, Five Roses  flour to be had at the Big Store only.  Sewing machines to rent, $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald,   milliner, j  Your doctor writes his   prescription  right and   we fill   it    right.    Thomas!  Drug Co.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his)  office, Hotel Ualin.iral, from March!  gth to 1 2th. j  i  Ostennoor mattresses, the kind you  read ai.out. Will last a life time.���  Binns' Furniture Store.  Paul Fisher, who recently sold out  his Phoenix Bottling Works to the  Phoenix Brewing Co., is now in San  Francisco.  Save one date���FYiday of next week  ���for that is the date of the St. Patrick's ball by the Catholic Ladies' Aid.  Supper will be 50 cents.  Have you seen the newest in printed stationery, linenette? It is the  best yet. Stock just received by the  Pioneer job department.  On or about April 1st H. A. Munro  and Harry James will statt a dancing  class in Miners' Union hall. See announcement in another column.  ARar?JeVve|  deserves an appropriate set  ting and and we can recoi,,"  mend all our rings as works  of Art, as you will readily sec  if you look them overjwe have  them in all ihe latest styles  and combinations and t|le  way they sell convinces us tl,al  the values we are offorin  being  appreciated.  ue  NO TROUBLE TO SHOW THE GOODS.  E. A. BLACK, the Jewele  ST.  PHOENIX, B.  c.  *^S3fc��'  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating   goods.  Special attention to dining  room.     Lirge,   airy   and  furnished rooms.  Pboenli, B C.  m  ���-���-���-���-���  -���-���-���-  -���-���-���-���-���-���-  -���--���-���  ' Phoenix Bee*  1  Fhe city of Nelson won its case  in I ���  COMING AND GOING  business  Remember that no otfcce in the Boundary  or elsewhere can give you better satisfaction than the JOB DEPARTMENT of the  PHOENIX PIONEER  ��m  NEAT ....  CLEAN . . .  ATTRACTIVE  PRINTING  That is the kind that pays  That is the kind you want  That is the kind   WE  DO  imOP   IX   -A.>fl>   SEE  PIONEER PU13 CO.  -    PHOENIX, B. C.  Special Terms to Ladies  Phoenix, B. C.  PIPES!  The finest Assortment of  Pipes and Smokers' Sundries in  the Boundary Country, for select  Presents, to be found at  AS. MMSTHOftfS,  Dominion Ave.  CALL AND SEE!  t  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  IN THE COUNTY COUK T OV YALE, HOLDEN  AT GRAND FORKS.  NOTICE U hereby given thai on the Mth day  of February, 1906 it wan otdercd by His Honor  Judge Clement, that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator in aud Tor the Grand Forks and  Greenwood Electoral Districts, be administrator  ol all and singular the estnte of Krucst Sxnberg.  formerly of Phoenix, B C , deo-a-. d. intestate.  Every pcrf.ou indebted to said deceased is inquired to mnlce payment forthwith to the undersigned, and every person having in possession  effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver same over to the undersigned.  Every creditor or other person having any  claim upon or interest in the distribution  of the t state of the deceased is required before the 24th day ol March, 1906, to send  by 1 centered letter addressed to the uudersignei ,  his name and address and full particular* of his  claim or in 1.rest and a statement of his account  and the nature of the security (if anv) held by  him.  After Hie said aith day of March, 1906, the  administrator will proceed with the distribution  of the estate, hnviiifc regard to thos- claims only  of which lie shall then have hud notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B C , the 21st day of  February, l<��6.  A. C. Sutton,  Official Adiu'nistrator, Graud Forks, B c.  Shoe  Dealers  Attention!  Our travellers will call on you  in a few days with  the   New  Samples of  Maple   Leaf  J.  They are the most handsome  line of rubber goods ever  shown in the West. Don't  think of buying until you  have seen them.  Leckie  Cov   LtcL  Vancouver, B. C.  Selling Agents For The West.  Delivered free to any part of  the City.  City  Prompt   attention  rs  to all   orders.  Telephone B32  D'ssolutlon Notice.  NOIT'K is hereby niven that Iln-  partiieri-liip lifieliifori- exi-iiiiijj liewei-n  .lanr Olurk iiiul Noble H'rins, curryiii"  on biiMiiear! at Iln; Citie�� of I mil unci  Pliocii:X, in the Province of British l'o-  Inmliiii. miller ihe. Blyltt ��>f "Clark A  Biinip," liite Ih'F dtty lifen dissolved by  ninlliiil consent.  All iiiik'hteilnegr! title Hie lute firm if  to lie paid to Nol)!c Binns, and nil out-  Ktaiiiliiiu a ceo tints' of the Mtiid linn will  lio p.iiil liv tin- Hiiid Noble Binns.  I luted t"ire 22ud day of Feliniiiry.llKG  Nobi.k Binkb,  Janb Clabk,  Found.  On Monday, March 5th, on C.P.R  track between station and Granby No.  2 ore bins, silver watch. Owner can  secure same by proving property at the  Pioneer office and paying for this  notice.  ,4v G.  L.-.\V"oodard   made a  trip to Rossland this week.  Harry P. Dickinson, of Rossland,  the powder man, was here Thursday.  Miss Clark arrived back from Trail  Tuesday, where she has been making  a visit.  Mrs. Joseph J. Strutzel is spending  a couple of weeks with her sjster, Mrs.  P. J. Dermody, in Greenwood.  Mrs. George Fraser, of Coleman, arrived Wednesday on a visit with her  daughter, Mrs. George D. Turner.  C. E. I.ane, head electrician for the  Granby Co., after spending several  days here, returned to Grand Forks  Thursday.  Engineer Hastie and Richard C.  Morgan, of the Spokane Falls &  Northern, came up in the latter's private car Thursday.  Supt. Hodges, of the Granby Co., is  off on a short trip to the smelters, etc.,  of Utah and Colorado, expecting to  return shortly with Mrs. Hodges.  H. F. Libby returned this week from  a trip to his claims on Grenville mountain, near Bonanza siding, the claims  being under option to New York capitalists.  S. A. Swanson, foreman at the  Granby mines, returned from Spokane  Saturday, bringing back Mrs. Swanson  and the family, who have spent some  months there.  William Hunter, of Silverton, chief  owner of the Wm. Hunter Co., Ltd.,  spent a day or two in the city, leaving  on Sunday over the Great Northern  for the coast.  James McGregor, of Nelson, district  provincial mining inspector, spent a  day or two in the city this week on  official business. He was accompanied  by Mrs. McGregor.  F. P. Buck, of the Phoenix Amalgamated, after spending a week in the  Boundary, leaves for his Sherbrooke  home today, intending to be back  in two or three months.  Rev. C. Wellesley Whittaker returned Wednesday from spending several  days with Cecil D. Martin at his camp  near Curlew, where he is developing  some of his father's mineral claims.  W. G. Gaunce, the rustling real  estate and insurance man of Greenwood and Midway, was here Monday,  having recently returned from Spokane, where his family is now located.  J. C. Haas, M.E., of Spokane, was  in the city Tuesday, and left Wednesday for the Central group of copper  claims, near Nelson, on whice he has  a bond, and where he is working a  force of ten men.  Frederic Kcffer, consulting engineer  for the B. C. Copper Co., left Greenwood Wednesday, on a trip of inspection to the Apex group, near camp  Iledley, on which his company has  a bond. The last several miles of  the trip were taken on snowshoes.  i:  the supreme court this week over the  West Kootenay Power and Light Co.,  Mr. Justice Morrison presiding.  Miss McDonald wishes to announce  to the ladies of Phoenix and vicinity  that she will have her spring millinery  opening on Saturday, March 10th, and  invites an inspection.  From the large number of tickets so  far sold, the St. Patrick's ball, to be  given next week Friday, bids iair to be  a better success than ever before given  by the Ladies' Aid of the Catholic  church.  R. V. Chisholm is seriously considering the adding of .an addition of  some 25 or 30 rooms to his Hotel  Alexander on Dominion avenue. This  is made necessary by the large patronage accorded the hotel.  Hon. Wm. Templeman, minister of  inland revenue, as expected, was elected last Tuesday at Victoria in the by-  election, over both Conservative and  Socialist candidates. He had a majority of some 700 votes.  David Oxley has announced his intention of at once erecting a building  30x60 feet, three stories high, adjoining the Summit hotel on First street.  It will be leased to Danny Deane for  a term of three years, the order for the  lumber having been placed this week.  H. A. Wright has the contract for the  building.  Tuesday evening Thomas Oxley and  Miss Beatrice Grenfell, both of Phoenix, were married in Nelson at the  Strathcona hotel by Rev. G. W. Dean.  The groom was supported by Ed.  Allen and the bride by Miss M.  Gouinan, both also of Phoenix. Mr.  and Mrs. Oxley returned to Phoenix  on Thursday, and have taken up  housekeeping on the New York town-  site.  At the meeting of the trustees of the  Presbyterian church this week, it was  decided to hold the annual meeting of  the organization on Wednesday evening, March 28th, when a special  program will be given by the Ladies'  Aid and refreshments will be served.  No collection will be made, no admission charged, and evtrv one interested  in the work of the church is invited to  be present. By that time it is hoped  to be able to report the amount of ihe  floating debt of the church, $650, a  subscribed.  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the  Best Beer in the Boundaiy. With the Best Malt  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for  quality.      Insist   on   having   PHOENIX   BEER.  ��  <  0  I  I  I  1  Si'KiNi:  Watkk Ice for Sale.  Bottled Bf.kk and Portkk.        a  t  i  *  1  PHOENIX, li.C. ,  ��� -��� ��� ���-��� j  If Phoenix  Brewing Company  ? BINER & SONS,  Proprietors  1     Ofk"ick and Brkwerv,  Banner St.  w  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  Clothing I  WHO SAYS SO? , Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  jfftL  BIRNIK  III OCK.  KNOB HILL AVE..   I'lluKNI.V.  A. S. HOOD,  Notary Public,  Insurance Broker, and  General Agent,  Bank Block, PHOENIX, B.C.  Rents anil Account* CullrcteJ.  Spccinl nttctition tn Coiivrjanc-ni;  Mr. Howl inteml.s to K-.vc ti't>  matter eutrtistcu tu linn iiri.ni;'.  nml direful attention, .-oi'i ^���<]'i  a share of pub'ic favor.  m  m  , /si  Tel.  A54.  P.O.   Ilox jj.  PALACE MEAT MARKET  DOMINION  AVR., PHOENIX, B.C.  Fresh and  Salt Meats.  Tei. No. 12. Fish,   Poultry and  Oysters.  George Evans  Painter' and  House   Decorator.  phoenix, b. c.  .Si^n Writing on short notice. :        Estimates promptly furni>ln|l  D, J* Matheson  3nsurancc Hoent  I'lDBUTY     IIO.M1S,  ,\C(  I'l.ATK    C.I.Af  <;o.\IMISSIt)Ni;ii     KOI*    T4VKI.NCi    AKi'IDA VITS.  PI-IOKNIX,  satm Jt js js jt \& j* ^/-"^n  THE  Wm. Hunter Co., Ltd.  dominion avenue.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  It Yot< Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection iu our line of men's stylish clothing  lor   spring.    We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shirts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with ai-  tached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  JVlen S Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  spring blocks, in Black and Brown, also a nice range of  stiaw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasim;. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  ��Oy SttitS  A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks   and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line ���f Ladies' Waism, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses,  ('ills' and Boys' waists.  The  Wm. Hunter Co. Limited.  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