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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 18, 1905

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Array ��:V  v  s��-  w  uVd dasff  d��  20l��^  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in \  value within five years.  SJ^CTOBtfc  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Gamp of Boundary,  -PS'1  AND  BOUNDARY  JOINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Vol.. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1905.  No. 19  ���$$&9����$&i e��������8�� s������*����������  BS��GX!X3������������^^  THE  Big Store  SPRING  is forthcoming and with  it comes the anxious  questioning of one's mind.  "Where will I buy my new SUIT....  Where will I buy my new HAT ....  Where will I net my new SHOES...  Where will I do best, on  CARPETS  and SQUARES...!   .Where is the best place for LACE  /    ,    CURTAINS   ' Where can I buy my. hoy a good SUIT  Where will I buy fashionable DRESS  GOODS and SILKS   - Where will I buy an up-to-date SKIRT  Where    will   I   get    my   children's  '-���  DRESSES "  Where do they  keep new  PRINTS  and MUSLINS   Where will I buy  the latest SHIRT  WAISTS .'   Upon visiting our, store,  you will immediately solve  the problem, as we carry  the markets' best productions.  &3)����<!Xs)���������S^^  JAS. BREEN  IS CONFIDENT  Says'Copper Price Helps the  Boundary.  Granby in High Favor in New  York.  �����$M#S4^��$$M*$$^3��A����&e  James Brcen, formerly manager of  the Dominion Copper Co. until that  company disposed of its Brooklyn  group'to the Montreal & Boston Consolidated, recently wenc to New York  with Mayor Rumberger of Phoenix,  Mr. Breen does not talk much for  publication, in fact when he sees a reporter heaving in sight, he generally  turns the first comer, and gives the  curions scribe the slip if possible. In  Spokane last Monday a reporter cornered him, and, as is usually the case,  he said something worth hearing.  This is the way he is reported:  "The recent failure of Munroe &  Munroe as a result of their speculations  in Montreal & Boston stock, has not  hurt that company. Munroe & Munroe were merely trying to unload stock  on the public at $3.50 a share that was  only worth $1. When their scheme  was nipped, the men of money in the  Montreal & Boston flotation came forward to save the day. Payments for  the properties are being made. The  newspapers which gave so much space  to the failure were interested, not in  Munroe & Munroe, but in the expose  that the vice president of the City  National bank���a Rockefeller institution���was helping Wall street plungers. The most that the City bank  loaned them at one time was $60,000,  which is a drop in the bucket for such  a big institution, but the papers took it  up because it gave a chance to dig the  City bank.  "Boundary copper properties should  be doing well at the present prices of  copper. If the mines could make expenses when copper was 11 cents���  and I notice that they kept running  then���those same properties should be  making a clean profit of 4. cents a  pound more, with copper at 15 cents.  "Granby is in high favor in New  York. The easterners who put their  money in that concern are well  pleased."  MAVIS BONDED  FOR $15,000.00  Phoenix Syndicate Takes Skylark Camp Claim.  This week an Jther Phoenix syndicate  took a bond mi a properly in the high  grade belt near Greenwood, and will  shortly undertake the active development of the same.  E. T. Wickwire, ' of Greenwood,  bonded for the sum of $15,000 the  Mavis mineral claim in Skylark camp.  The local syndicate taking hold consists of D. B. Morkill, J. A. Hanna,  Jos. J. Strutzei, C. MV Campbell, W.  X.McDonald and George L. McNichol  --all employees of the Granby Co.  here.  The Mavis is one of mose claims  that is in the best of' company, being  located adjoining the Bay claim, from  which such larg^ values in gola ore  have been obtained, and on which  machinery is now being placed for  more extensive development. A fifty  foot shaft has been sunk on the Mavis,  and it is believed by those familiar  with the locality that the Bay lead iuns  through the Mavis. In another week  or two a force of men will be set at  work on the' Mavis on development.  ORGANIZING  THEL0.G;!.  Templars. Lodge in  Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Boundary Mining Notes  Order Now Has Over 750,000  Members.  -4 **-******-�� .**-**  LOCAL JOTTINGS  ***�������������������������������������������������'  ����*������������������*-���+  Descriptions and prices of Mason  & Risch pianos can be had from  Mortimer, the agent.  Have you a shipment .that wants  clearing through the customs? If so,  get Mortimer,the broker,to attend to it.  Jack Northey, who was at one time  forerhan at the Jewel mine, in Long  Lake camp, lecently died at Vancouver.  E. H. Mortjmer has made arrangements to look after the customs brokerage as soon as the office is open  here.  John McGill sustained painful but  not serious burns at the Granby smelter last week by stepping into ,a slag  pot filled with molten slag.  Early this week the large tipple at  the Coal Creek mine, near Fernie, was  burned down, entailing a loss]of $150,-  000, and throwing several hundred  miners out of employment temporarily.  We have to thank our old friend Jas.  Dewar,, of Phoenix, for a copy of the  Pioneer issued in that town. The  number is profusely illustrated and  does great creait to western journalism.  ���Alexandria (Ont.) News..  Any one coming into or going from  Phoenix over the' Great Northern can  be said to be going to the other side  of Jordan. That is the name of the  first siding out of Phoenix, and was  named after John Jordan, the contractor, rather than after the river in  Palestine.  For the second time Frank- Taylor  has been found guilty at Colville,  Wash., of killing B. A. Mclntyrc at  Bossburg during a saloon quarrel.  Mclntyre was well known in the sevs  eral towns of the Boundary, having  resided in Phoenix for several months  four )\ars ago.  Monday, April 24, is the date selected by the Catholic Ladies' Aid for  the Easter Monday ball, to be given at  Miners' Union hall, and for which  tickets are now on sale. The ladies  are working hard to make this an even  greater success than the last one, and  that would be saying not a little.  - Four Cars Derailed.  Monday afternoon four "battleships," as the heavy steel Great Nor  them ore cars are known in railway  parlance, were derailed ' about three  miles from Phoenix, and as yet the exact cause of the accident is not known  One of the cars was turned upside  down, the train being loaded and consisting of 17 dumps of Granby ore.  Traffic was suspended for the day, and  the wrecking crew from Northport, 85  miles distant, worked a'.i night to clear  it away. No passenger train came in  till the regular-hour on Tuesday. No  one was hurt in the derailment.  HONORS DONE  BY SPOKANE  To  J 36 Excursionists From  Boundary.  To Celebrate Opening of Gt.  Northern to Phoenix.  As far as heard from, Thursday's  Great Northern excursion from Phoenix to Spokane, to celebrate the opening of the extension of that railway to  Phoenix, was an unqualified success.  Plenty of comfortable coaches were  supplied, and 136 excursion tickets  were sold in Phoenix and Grand Forks,  86 of which were sold in Phoenix. Of  these, Royer's stage line and special  teams brought 30 or 40 from Greenwood, and four came 32 miles from  Chesaw, Wash.  The night before the excursion the  secretary of the Board of Trade received a telegram from Secretary L.  G. Munroe of the Spokane Chamber  of Commerce, that a committee from  the chamber would meet the excursion  at Hillyard, six miles out of Spokane.  This committee consisted of W. E.  Goodspeed, L. G. Munroe, H.G. West  and H. R. Mann, and provided the excursionists with badges.  The committee on reception, which  included every member of the chamber  met the guests at the depot, and yes  terday gave them a lunch at the Silver  Grill wh.re the silvertongued orators  were doubtless heard, after being welcomed by Mayor Boyd and others.  After lunch a trip around the city under the auspices of th; chamber was on  the programme, and today a trip up  to..Lake Coeur d'Alene is on the bill  of fare.  There can be no doubt but that the  excursionists will have had a most  enjoyable trip by the time most of  them reach home, tomorrow evening.  Among those who were noticed as  going on the excursion were:  Mrs. O. B. Smith, Jr., Mrs. R. B.  Boucher, Mrs J. L. Martin and daughter Marjorie, Mrs. W. J. Porter, Mrs.  John Miller, Mrs. J. H. Hudson, Mrs.  Joe Gation, Mrs. L. V. Birnie, Mrs.  W. J. Cramer, Mrs. Parks, Miss Smith,  O. B. Smith, Jr., L. Y. Birnie, J. H.  Graham, and daughter, John Graham,  J. L. Martin, F. W. Hart, N. Palorcia,  W. R. Williams, R. Horrell, W.. J.  Porter, Geo. Evans, John Lewis, W. S  Macy, and others.  Jonas Bushell, of Seattle, organizer  for the Independent Order of Good  Templars for this province, wound up  his several days work in Phoenix last  week .Friday by organizing a branch of  the"order here, with a membership of  26, with the following as the first list  of officers:  Chief Templar, X>.G. Stafford.  Vire Templar, Mrs. F. Knott.  Chaplain, Rev. D. Al. Perley. -  Secietary, J. W, Reed.  Treasurer Miss Ida Hill.  Lodge Deputy, J. D. Boyes.  Supt. Juvenile Templars, Airs. Silas  Smith.  ��� Guard," Miss Dalglish.  Marshall, Oscar Lindberg.  Past Chief Templar, Wm. Searle.  The lodge intends to meet weekly,  and is now arranging to secure the use  of a hall for the purpose, the organization having taken place in the  Methodist church.  Saturday Air.Bushell went to Greenwood, and Monday night the Greenwood lodge was instituted with a  membership of 32 and the subjoined  list of officials for the first term:  Chief Templar, Thomas Rowe.  Vice Templar, Mrs. ]. W. Parker.  Chaplain. A. H. Clark.  Secretary, L.J. Cramer.  Lodge Deputy, Airs. Minnie E.  Green.  ���  Supt. Juvenile Templars, Airs. Thos.  Rowe.  Guard, Airs. B. F. Petch.  Marshall, Earl Parker.  Past Chief Templar, Frank Steele.  Mr. Bushell also visited Grand  Forks on Tuesday, with the intention  of organizing there, but was called  back to Seattle by illness of his wife.  The Independent Order of Good  Templars, the object of which is temperance as well as sociability, was organized at Utica, New York, 111 July  1852. The order now has over 750,-  000 members, with lodges in almost  every country on the face of the earth.  The largest number in any one country  is in Sweden, where there are over  100,000 Good Templars. The greatest progress of late has been in Germany.:   ;   _ '���,-..'  In British Columbia, the .lodge has  made no small amount of progress  since January of this year. In less  than three months, 12 new lodges have  been organized by Air. Bushell, with  401 members, making a total now of  21 lodges and 684 members. The  grand chief. templar ot British Columbia is John N. Evans, AL P. P., Of  Duncans, B. C, and the grand sec  retaryis A.J. Bell, of Somenos.  A deal is on for more prominent  properties in this camp.  Considerable ore at a number of  Boundary high grade properties will be  sent out as soon as the wagon roads  permit.  ;\, A 25 h. p. boiler and pump are being installed at the Bay mine, for the  purpose of continuing the sinking of  the shaft.  This week Boundary's mines shio-  ped over 20,000 tons and Boundary's  three smellers again treated over 20,-  000 tons of ore.  BOARD TRADE  REORGANIZED  Useful Organization is Much  Alive.  ANNUAL REPORT OF  ST. ANDREWS CHURCH  Figures Given for   the   Past  Year in Pulpit.  Last Sunday evening, Rev. E. W. C.  MacColl, pastor of St. Andrews church,  came some details of the work of the  church for the past year, which were  of more than general interest to members and attendants. During the year  to Alarch 1, 1903, the total receipts, as  icported by the treasurer, Isaac Crawford, were $977.25, ail of which was  expended, "except $4.25 on hand. The  liabilities of the church are $2,137.55,  which includes a total of two mortgages on the church and manse  amounting to $1,575, and a note at  bank, carried forward forward from  previous year, amounting to $360. The  assets of the Church are estimated at  $6,35��-  During the year the efficient Ladies'  Aid took in $412.33; all of which was  used in the work of the church except  $20 on hand. This report was submitted by Mrs. J. A. Alorrin, treasurer.  The Sunday School collections were  $71.80.  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $15.-  37(g'*15 50;'ln.k(��, $15.25�� 15.50  Bar Sliver, 58^ .  Lead, $4.46 at $4.00.  It is understood that the Betts and  Hesperus mines, about three miles  from Phoenix, will begin to ship some  ore in the course of six or seven weeks.  Returns of $36.80 per ton were received by the Skylark Development  Co., from the shipment of a car of  third-class ore sent to the Granby smelter last week. The first-clnss ore sent  to Nelson smelter, gave $132 per ton.  . J. H. Wells, of Chicago, who left  Greenwood for his Illinois home last  week, after inspecting the big low  grade and important high grade mines  of the Boundary, will probably become  interested in this section, as a result of  his investigations.  This week the hoist used at the No.  4 Granby tunnel during the driving of  that bore, was taken apart, and is now  being repaired at the Granby machine  shops. It will be used on the hill in  connection with taking ore to the No.  1 crusher, according to the plans of  Supt. Hodges.  Supt. Hodges visited the Winnipeg  mine this week, and found the water  out down to the 200 foot level. It  will probably, require another week to  complete the unwatering, when the  mine will be thoroughly sampled and  examined. Foreman Rogers now has  about eight men at work there.  Frank Coryell secured the contract  for supplying 800,000 brick for the improvements at the Granby smeller, and  Geo.. S Hill secured the work of- laying the same. Hardy Bros will supply aoout 150 tons of lime. About  400 barrels of cement will be used in  the foundations, giving employment to  a dozen masons.  Officers for the newly formed Boun-  dary-Elkhorn Mining Co. have been  chosen as subjoined: President, Phil  McDonald; vice-president and manager, Jas. Sutherland; secretary-treasurer, W. G. Gaunce. The first two and  T. Hardy, Dr. Spankie and I.'. V. Fuller are directors. It was decided to  market 50,000 shares at 50 cents to  provide for installing machinery.  I. Crawford, President,  Mortimer, Sec.  E H.  1 CUSTOM HOUSE SOON  Wednesday evening at a well attended meeting of the business men of  the cily, held at the most central point,  the Pioneer building, the Phoenix  Board of Trade was reorganized with  no little enthusiasm. |. L. .Martin was  chosen chairman in the absence of the  old president, G. W. Ruinberger, and  W. B. Willcox acted as secretary. The  special committee on membership reported 38 names on the list and more  to come.  On the election of officers, the result was as follows: President, Isaac  Crawford; vice-president, R. B.Boucher; secretary treasurer, Ed. H. Mortimer. Air. Willcox was snggested as  secretary, but he did not wish to monopolize all the good things, especially after five years' service, and he retired in favor of Air. Mortimer, who  was unanimously elected. The council of eight was elected by ballot, consisting of A. B. HoOvl, J, A. Atorrin,  O. B. Smith, Jr., Wm. Delahay, C. D.  Hunter, G. W. Rnmberger, J. L. Martin and W. B. Willcox.  Letters were read by the secretary  from Senator Bostock, Hon, Minister  of Customs and Duncan Ross, AL P.,  acknowledging receipt of resolutions  re custom house for Phoenix: also a  second letter from Mr. Ross stating  that thepetition.had been granted, aud  that William Delahay had been appointed customs officer.  On motion, the dues for members  were fixed at $1 per quarter and the  membership fee at $1.  A motion prevailed appointing a  committee, consisting of J. L. Alartin,  O. B. Smith, Jr., L. Y. Birnie and  F. W. Hart, to meet a committee of  the Spokane Chamber of Commerce  on the Great Northern excursion from  Phoenix to Spokane on the Alarch 16.  The committee was given power to  add to its numbers.  Adjournment was taksn to Wednesday, Alarch 29th, when it is the intention to consider by-laws and a number  of impoitant resolutions.  Mr. Delahay Sworn in��-May Do  Business Next Week.  Wm. Delahay, who   was rec-  I ently appointed collector of cus.  toms !or the new sub-port of  Phoenix, went to Grand' Forks  Thursday and met Inspector  Clute of New Westminster, and  was officially sworn in.  Air. Delahay will visit Grand  Forks again Monday, and expects that the customs office will  be open here by the middle or  end of next week.    The neces-  [ sary books, papers and documents for the office were  receiv-  \ ed  this  week  by  Air.  Delahay  from.the department at Ottawa.    <���>      The editor would like to look at your  g&S��S������<s^^ yo��r subscription is due.  Typos Elect Officers.  At the regular meeting of Greenwood Typographical Union No. 358,  held last Saturday night in the Pioneer  office, the following officers were  chosen for the ensuing term: President,  H. A. Falconer, of Greenwood: vice-  president, J.��� W. Ellis, of Greenwood;  secretary-treasurer, G. A. Evans, of  Grand Forks; sergeant.at-arms, \V. B.  Hilliard, of Phoenix.  PlISl   <  Cam*.       1900      1901        1902      1903       1904 .-��'    Wivfc ,   Plioenlx   04.553   211,761   309,858   393.7'S   549,7��3   109,405   13,385,  *97  5-34��  1,731       20,SoO       71,112         99,034  141,326  138,079  174,298   31.996   3.168 '  802  "550  150  47,405  7.455  5,646  3.339  19,365  19,494  150  14,811  560  8,530  650  22,937  1,040  363  1.076  2,250  785  4S2  2.435  875  665  2,000  3W  160  25.950  3,070  3,250  1,759  4,5��  6,400  37,900  16,400  3.450  222  364  33  2,289 <  1,949,  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. j  The following table give* the ore uhipmeuts of Boundary milieu lor 1900, for ncj. Iu- /  .t90j, tor 1903, for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer  Mine.  A Granby Mines.... ,  ��� Snowshoc Phoenix  ABC. Copper Co.  T    Mother Lode Deadwood  T Montreal & Boston Con..  Brooklyn-Stcmwinder Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Atlictstau-Jackpot... Wellington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyii-Stcmwiuderd'inp..Phociiix  Morrison Deadwood  B C. Mine Summit  R. Sell Summit  < ��� Emma Summit  < ��Oro Denoro Summit  (> Senator Summit  <, Brcy Foglc Summit  < > No. 37 Summit  . Reliance Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  ��� No. 7 Mine.. Central  wCity of Palis White's  & Jewel Long Lake  A Carini West Fork      �� Providence -. Providence      Elkhoru : Providence      Skylark Skylark      Last Chance Skylark      K. P. U. Mine Skylaik      Bay Skylark    $ Ruby Boundary Vails      Republic Boundary Falls      Miscellaneous      3,230  18,636  14 341  855  1,737  3,495  705  1,833  217 (  99 ,  S90  219  993  400  167  726  325  52  50  So  3.450  30  130  no  133  153  105  33  325  Total, tons....    96,600   390,800,   5o6,Si6 690,419 SjS.SoB 176,723 20239'  Smelter treatment��� '  GranbyOo    62.3S7   330,818   312,?4o 401,921 51,6,252 116,014 1.2,^43 (  B.C.CopperCo     117,611   148,600 162,913 2ic,.|S4 40,292 4423*  Montreal & Bonton Con  132570 30,930 37,75 4,368 <  ".   ,4 THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  i*  iTti  ������  F  '    |  aft  Ll  5  -w  Why Feel Blue  It's not necassary if you can buy a packet of  A cup or two properly made aud steaming hot, will quickly chase  the blues away and not affect the nerves.  Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea to-day.  Kootenay Engineering' Works  NELSON, B. C.  founders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Ciiawfoud Iiopui.e Rope Akbmi. Tiiamway System, Limited.  Mining and Mill M.-n-hinery, Ore Cars, Buckets, Tanks, etc. Iron and Brass Castings. A large and complete stock  of Shafting Supplies, Killings, etc., always on hand. Pulleys, Flanges, etc., made to order on short notice. All  break-down and repair work rushed through without delay. Estimated for all classes of work furnished upon implication    Special attention given to mail ordeis.   Scrap Iron bought by the carload.  ^Titift^ B C- TRAVIS' Onager, *��� ��-��3b; 0.  0%1%^%%��%%��������M��%^%��^^V��%%����%%M^��%%����V%%%%%��%��%%%M  J  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Bouodary Mining Journal.  IMDKD OR SATURDAYS BV TH*  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATTBOKKIX. B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaqkr.  v.i.ni,.���.. 1 Bu��lnea�� office No. u.  Telephone. } MBniRer.g reridence, No. ij.  (DBSCSIPTIOKS IX AOVAKCE.  Per Year _ ���� oo  Six Montbi ~ i.��5  If you are not a aub*: ber to thl�� paper, thU *  It an invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising ratei lurnished on application  Legal notleea 10 and 5 cent* per line.  Four weekly Inaertlont constitute one month'*  a Irert Hat.  them a Ian J grant for doing what ihey  have already agreed to do without said  grant. It remains to be seen whether  they will be successful in bamboozling enough of the solons at  Victoria to accomplish their ends.  tf���  I  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Taejckd op at  Home and Klseiviikkk  Air Compressors    :    Rock Drills  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  The necessity for public encouragement of a tubercolosis sanitarium can  be appreciated when it is known that  S,ooo deaths occur yearly"in Canada  from consumption To bring it nearer home, in the city of Vancouver  alone one out of every n;ne deaths is  due to consumption. Too much agitation on this subject can hirdly t;e  siven.  ILABEL>  1905 .  MAR.  1905  Sun. No*.  Tmi  Wed. Thu, Fr.  Sat.  i.a  3  4  5, 6  7  8  9 10  11  12 13  14  15 16 17  18  19 20  21  22  23  24  *5  26 27  28  29 30 3r  Recently some wealthy men of Spo.  I kane decided to start in the powder  manufacturing business, as there seems  to be all kinds of money in it. The  enterprising citizens of Greenwood, according to the Times, of that city, have  the same kind of a bee in their bonnets. They think the price of explosives is altogether too high and  would like a part of the rake-off. If  this thing keeps up, there will be sev  eral kinds of powder to burn in this  neighborhood.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Great Time.���II somebody could  only get Kuropatkin to stand up and  light instead of luring the Japs on,  wouldn't there be a great time!���Vancouver World.  The Russians now say that they propose to fight the Japs to the bitter end.  It begins to appear as though the  bitter end is.nearer than the Slavs  think.  Granby shares seem to be a growing  favorite on the Boston stock exchange,  the latest quotation  being $6.12^.  Eaters of Boston's favorite vegetable  ' appear to appreciate a good thing.  Sure to Co.me ���The average man  is downcast these dajs thinking of that  Easter hat that is sure 'o come. Not  that the hat will distress him, it is the  bill that wilf follow'.���Cranbrook  Herald. -       ^  Lowery remauks in his Lsdge that it  will be about 7,000 years befere the  coal isall dug out of the mountains of  East Kootenay. Something like (he  copptr mines of Phoenix.'  The opposition is still trying to  worry the government at Victoria, and  with but little success. On the first  division of this session Mr. McBride  had a" better majority thun usual.      <  Well Skinned.���Letting the tail  go with the hide is what the Czar of  Russia appears to be going to do in  his war with Japan, as he has been  pretty well ^skinned already and proposes to still stay in the game.���Blair-  more Times.  I Dr. Osier, of Baltimore, has elicited  no end of adverse criticism by his  I statement that men over 40 years of  age weie useless and should be chloroformed. Professor Fitzsimmons is ihe  latest celebrity to attack the theory of  Prof. Osier. "  "I'm over forty," Fitzsimmons is reported as saying in Zanesville, Ohio,  "and I would like to have the professor meet me on the lecture platform, or  anywhere else and explain to me why I  ain't any good. I would ask the professor ,what he means by referring to  me and all other men "past forty as big  polizoons., Now, I don't wish no  trouble with this professor, but he has  got to stop calling me names or else  consider a, challenge. I would just  like to see anybody chloroform > me  ��hen I get to" be sixty or seventy.  There would be considerable fuss be  fore I became t"unconscious. ( I have  always objected to going to , sleep ex  cept when I was tired. I can convince this Osier that he has made a  big mistake about men of forty."  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  Branch Offices .and Warehouses:  HI IF R0SSLAND,-GREENWOOD AND  UUI- VANCOUVER, B.C.  O ����^%%'%^%%'%^^^��^^aV^k��V%.%^5k^^��V%'V%'%^%%.'%^%%'��V%^��V%%1  B. C. MINING  *o,��r  ���s*  No small amount ��� of interest has  been shown over the province over the  new school act in the Legislative As  sembly. It is generally acknowledged  that the public school system of this  province is good, but at the same time  it has directly'cost the people less than  in any other province of the Dominion. Here are the figures of comparative cost:   ��� . '  Scholastic Eyeopener.���The fact  that in British Columbia the government has hitherto provided nearly 80  per cent, of the funds required foi  education, while in the majority of the  other provinces less than 20 per cent,  comes from the provincial treasury,' is  in itself an eyeopener.���Kamloops  Standard,  Percent.      ��� Prr Cent,  borne hy Gov't borne I,y people  Ontario......... 8.83  Quebec 10.83  Nova Scotia 28.09  New Brunswick .30.59  P. E. Island ..   74.37  Manitoba 12.70  B. Columbia ..   78.40  From these figures it will  89.17  71.91  69.41  25 63  97.28  21.60  - Once again "Wullie" is talked of as  governor for the Yukon. Can it be  possible that the Laurier government  has a grudge against Mr. Mclnnis, and  wishes to get him well out of the way  in the fastnesses of the icy north?  Our delightful orange belt weather  tried to get away last Saturday  and Sunday, but the attempt di J not  pro*e very successful. More that one  person in Boundary's chief mining  camp has already started gardening.  "Solid Seven"���It has long been  known that the number 7 was a favored  one in the scriptures. In seven days  the earth was created; there were seven  wise and seven foolish virgins; the  tradition is kept up today by seven  Liberals at Ottawa from British Columbia and their lamps seem to have gone  out. How about that lumber proteo  tion?���Nelson Tribune.  Sir Wilfred Laurier has been having  everything but a bed of roses at  Ottawa of late, with the autonomy bill.  There are even well authenticated rum-  orsthat thereare other and more serious  differences between the premier and  members of his cabinet.  PROVINCIAL.  If report be correct, inside of sixty  days there will be a decided impetus  given to the affairs of the Montreal &  Boston Consolidated, which is already  doing good work in mining and smelting in the Boundary. The adven' of  the Guggenheim Exploration syndicate  in this company will evidently be  favorably  feK  With the coining of the robins there  are indications that we shall also have  therai'way graders' merry clatter in  the Boundary once again. Docs this  medn that Tom Shaughnessy and Jim  Will will ncc for the traffic of the Sim-  ilkameen? There are not a few that  think" so, and for each one these are a  hundred that hope so.  Grand Trunk' officials are still  The close season for trout ends on  the 25th.  Kaslo is making preparations to celebrate the 24th of May on a large  scale.  A telephone system is to be installed  at Vernon by the Okanagan Telephone Co.  The C.P.R. is giving the Shustvap  & Okanagan branch a daily train service once more.  The annual meeting of the teachers'  institute will be held at Revelstoke on  April 25-26.  About 300 men are to be employed  this summer in improving the Nakusp  & Slocan railway.  'I he Similkameen division of Yale  district has been established as a separate land recording division.  Revelstoke proposes to improve its  electric lighting system at an expense  of $15,000 for which debentures wul  be issued.  be seen,  that while in all other provinces of the  Dominion the average proportion of  the co��-t of education borne by the  people in direct taxation;"is 72.43 per  cent., in British Columbia it is only  21.60 per cent. In view of this fact  it must be readily recognized that the  British Columbia government ��� is only  following the example of the other provinces, when it seeks to make the people more directly interested and responsible for the upkeep of the  schools.  vm  It is said that a Victoria man, who  must have borrowed a leaf from the  Yankees, is preparing to build a factory to utilize for commercial products  the carcasses of whales, every portion  of the leviathans to be turned to ac  count. Now", if that man had coiivj  from the mining distrcts, and intend  ed to utilize discarded wildcats, he  would have little or no trouble in se  curing a goodly.supply.  So far this year Slocan mines have  paid $100,030 in divid.-nds.  Both furnaces at the Marysville-  smelter are to be in operation next  month.  Rossland mines sent out 7,200 tons  of ore last week, making 68,156 tons  for the year.        ,  The work of installing the machinery  at the Rosebery zinc works began last  week. Charles Culvei has charge of  the work. . ,- '  A dividend of two per cent, amount  ing to $64,040 was paid by the St.  Eugene mine on the 14th inst. This  brings the total amount paid to St.  Eugene shareholders, up to$338,o8o.  A force of men are now at work  clearing the site and getting out rock  for the foundation of the zicc smelter  at Frank. Nearly a year will be required for the completion of the smelter.  . The Sullivan mine at Marysville during February brought down 800 tons  of ore from the mine to the smelter,  The ore is being Brought down at the  rate of four cars daily. It is estimated  when the smelter'" is running it will  earn $100,000 a .year from the lead  bounty.  Phoenix Livery Stable  William Matheson, Prop.  FvPrvthinff  NPW CARRIAGES    AND   OTHER   RIGS  IvTW J tiling  UWff   HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  -mmmk^mmmm���^"������������'HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY  WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Commissioner for Inline Affidavit!.  Phoenix, B. C  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  Cot. I'irst& Knob Hill Ave.   J H0EN1X, B. C.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A. M.  Kcgular communication 8 ii ,���     ,.���  oncl Tlimaday or each mouth '  A.IIII.I.1HR,  ;.,���-., ...,'.���,:,'���.  Secretary;  ''���KO.'k.dky  :: ���������':������::.    w.��i.  I- O. O. F.  SNOW6HOKr.ODGKNo.46  Meet* every Monday Kveulii* at Hardy  Hall  Visiting brel hern cordially invited. '  A. S. W'ill'nii'aon. N. r;. '  Oeo.R. Mbad, Rec.Sec'y.  Win.Delahiiy, Per. Kin. Secy  Phoenix Alri  NO. iu.  Acetiug* oil Vrl(!��y  al S3np.n1., Miner*'  Unl.n Hall.  VIkUIiik   bielhren  cordially Invited.  DAN DOCKSTKADER, Pres.   M.II  r6y. Secy  ����,  i P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  ���   W. W. B. Mclnnis  is again  being  "boosted" for   the   governor hip   of  en- j Yukon.   It is said that the resignation  Chunks of wisdom will be found in  the following from a man who knows:.  After you get angry and   make   up  your mind to "stop"   your   paper   to  make the editor feel  humiliated, just  poke your finger in water and look for  the hole.   Tl e yon will know how sadly you   are   missed.   The   man who  thinks a paper cannot survive without  his support, ought to go off and stay  awhile.   When he comes back he finds  1 hat half his friends did not know that  he was gone; the world at large hadn't,  kept any account of  hi-;   movements  whatsoever.    Vou will find things you  cannot endorse in every paper.    Even  the bille is rather p'ain and hits some  hard licks.    If you were to get  mad  and burn your bible, the hundreds of  presses would go on printing themjand  if you were to, slop your paper and call  the editor all sorts of ugly names, the  paper would still be, published.   And  what is more you will.look around and  secure a copy of it  every   week   from  jour   neighber.   It   would   be much  better for you to keep >our vest pu' ed  down, and your   subscription   jia'd a  year in advance.  Proper Treatment of Pneumonia.  Pneumonia is too dangerous a  disease for anyone to attempt  to doctor  himself, although he may have the proper remedies at hand. A physicianshould  always he called.   Itshould beborne in  mind,    however,,     that    pneumonia  always results from ?. 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 learn  of a single case of a cold or attack of  the grip having resulted in pneumonia  when this remedy was used.    It is also  used by physicians in the treatment of  pneumonia with the best results.    Dr.  W.-J. Smith,'of Sanders,   Alta./ who  is also a druggist,'' sa\ s: "I  have  been  selling Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy  and prescri' ing 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.  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B. C.  .... Msk and Mi Neat Merchants.:  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Yrnir. Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cas ;ade,  ' Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  '     JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  fOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right.  Pioneer Pub. Co.,   -   1'hoe.vix, H.C  DRINK  I Phoenix Beer \  9 Made fiom the BEST MALT and ' PUREST 1  Oregon  Sho^tLine  and union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe am! othei  foreign countries.  I.cuves  IJnlly  Spokmie Time Schedule.  Kflective Nov. 22 looj  Arrive  Dallv  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.  in Tana (oi Kennels  THE  HOME  OF  HiglvQass  Phoenix Bakery,  fhoemxStrret.   'I'lioness,  We make good bread,      Try it.   C. W. OKKKR. Propkiujir  Hospital Dona lions  Lift of DoniUions received since Jan.  1st, 1005, to the Phoenix General'Hospital :  Cash Jio...". R. Hoircll  Ca h Jjj _ J. U. Macaulav  Cash $5 A. K.Berrv  Hook Cone A X H. < lark  Bed Linen,4 dor Hospital I.vulits'Airi  COLLIES  We make a specialty of bieeding iht  best vvoikitig strains for sheep-men  and sell at reasonable prices. Our  Collies give satisfaction toflockmastcrs  everywhere.    Write us your wants.  Thos. S. Griffith,  p. 0. Box 1007. Spokane, Wash.  ��#*)��8������e��a)��������������0����e��e��a  J.B.MACAULAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  .*.*.*        PHOENIX, B G.  j.2j a. m. FAST MAIL���To and from  Cueiird'Aleue district, Karni-  iiiClon Garfield < olfxx Pullman. ���Moscow, ���Poineroy,  WaitMiing, Dayton, Walla  Walln, Pen I clou, Itakcr City  mul nil points Knst 8 00  ��:jo p. in. KXTKHSS��� for KnrmiiiKton  Garfield, Colfax, Pullman  Moscow.I.cwiston, Portland  Snii KrnnclHco, Maker t.'lty  andall point* KAST.  KXPRKSS ���From all pointi  Hast, linker City, Sou l'ran-  ciuco, Portland. Colfax, Car-  field and Kariningtoii 11.40R.1n  fKxccpl Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA..  San FrnnciBco-Portlnml' Route.  Steamem nail from Aiimwortli rtocx, Portland  at 8 p. 111. and from Spear Street wharf, SanVran.  Cisco al 10 a. 111. every five days,  rickets on saleat all S. V & N. Station!. -.  I'or further information as to rales, time  trains, equipment, etc., address  OHO. J. MOHI.KK.Geneiat Agent,  Klverslile Ave.. Fpokaue, Wash  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINK HOOTS AND SHOES  MADE TO  OKDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS*  A ND PROS  PECTORS'SHOES  A SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Oo'ni.'iioii Avemii.  And Boundary Mining Journal  1 ' *  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.  l\  Farmers, Hochenlos, Spertimsn!  ��� Iu 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  industry  is  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoenix���not one or five  miles discant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable news of the mines and smelters of the Boundary.  , -j        - -,    To lieal and soMeii the akin and remove grease  deavoring to , hypnotize the members of Mr. Sifton increases the chances of oil oadmstataint, paint and and earth, etc, use  qf the' legislative assembly into giving the member for Alberni. | t^mL "��- "**" Tar ^   A'H  The  Pioneer is worth $10 per year-  payable to the  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  IHKHUttWMI WKyUiAHBiJIBIiUBB  mmmmmmm MRTSOENIX PIOKEBR.  ESTABLISHED   1859.  KORTV-TWO   URANCHES AND  ACIENCIKS  IN  CANADA.  EXTENSIVE  FOREIGN  CONNECTIONS.  STATEMENT.  LIABILITIES. Jan. 2nd. 1UI'5, RESOURCES.  Cash, on hand       $13690345  Due from oilier bantu.........._  iWssvsr,  Deposl' with Dominion gov't-...     lUt'.OOOOQ  .plt-l l^dupr.rr....~.,..v..����2.g7W��  R-i(i��rve.... * * ��*��w,wu.\w  Undivided l>r��HU, ��*������ ���������������������������   ����������,4XiM  mi. in circulation.-......:...; .- 1 ,��itMMII.uu  Peposlti ill curienlacepuiil.....; 2,1193,731 81  I'e|>oalU in 8��viufi�� department- 1,9SU.M 47  tlG,lM,��772  (jov*mn,ent, municipal and oiher  bonds and securltler.........     553439 G2  S,'"!,g -.���  ��� H,995,042,1(1  Real estate, inortKaKeii, bank premises and other aweta ...      5'8,483.90  116,180,427^  JAS.MACKINNQN, General Manager.  Catarrh of the Head.  Is very common, but awfully danger-  iiis because it causes deafness and  cads to consumption.    Cure is as sure  o follow the use ;of Catarrhozone as  day is to follow night.    Vou simply  breathe the fragrant healin,. Catarrhozone which spreads thrcugli the nasal  passages, throat and lungs, driving out  every vestige of catarrh. "I was cured  of chronic catarrh  of the nose and  throat" writes Ernest Mi Wilkinson of  laurenceton "after many years" of misery by Catarrhozone which is a splendid  remedy to free the air passages  from  mucus. Catarrhozone relieved quickly  and my  cure has been   permanent."  Price $1.00 for two months' treatment;  trial size 25c.  T. W UWSON  ON COPPER  cop.  The m-w edition of the COI'PEK HANDBOOK lists and tlt-scribea 3 311  per mtiif*' ����i'l ����l-pier.'iniiaihie companieF, in all iiari* of tlit* world, roverine the  ttlobf, there ilt'wriptioiw raneine fn 111 two linm to 12 ji��BeBin lrngtli, an online to  imporUnte of'he mines. The descriptioiigaie not padded, but givo fails in the  moat (wmleiised Hiid get-at-able form.  TlierBaii'alailiiU'eniiiia.wllanfouacliaiiterH, dcvotod to tli'c-Historv, Vm  Teriiiiiiolo��Y tii'Ojjruphy, tittilufty, ClieiniHtry, Minvralogy, Mutallnrev, Finanree  Hint ,StatlHtic�� "f t'onper, rendcr.ng the volume 11 veritable encyclopedia* of the tub  ject of Copper und everything pertaining to the motnl.  It Ii the World'i Stindird Reference Book on Copper.  Kvfiv Miner, Procpector, Investor, Bunker, and Broker needs the book. Price  l��^5iii Buckram binding with gilt top, or $7.60 in full  library- morroeco,-and the  liook, Jn either binding, will ixj.Hent, fully prepaid,011 approval, toauv uddrete in  the world, i') be paid for if found trntie-faetory, or may returned within a week01 re  i-eiplaiiJ. Ihec'iarge cancelled.   AddreBa the Author and Publisher, .. ,  -'   HORACE J.: STEVEilS, 38 Post Office Block, Houghton," Mich., U.-S. A. ��� ; '  Gait Coal      j| Hayt Grain,  A pencil mark here i__  is a reminder that vour subscription to this paper is  now past due, and the pub-  lishflr will appreciate votir  prompt attention.  delivered to any part of  the city.  Oats, Whkat, I''eeij,ktc.  I-arye stock.  <��       Good Dry Wood.       <��  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,       ^SSViSi"       Phoenix, B. C.  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Cancellation of Reserve.  NOTICE l�� hereby given that the reservation  established in pursuance of tl e provisions oftlie  "Columbia and Western Railway Subsidy Act,  180," notices of which were published in the  British Columbia Gazette and daled 7th Mav,  1896, and 5U1 June, 1896, Tcspccthely, are her by  cancelled.  Croirn lands situateil within the area embraced by the sa!d reservation will be open to  sale, scttiemeit. lease ami otherdl'posilioii, under'the provisions oftlie "Land Act", three  months after the date ofthe first publication of  this notice 111 the British Columbia (Jaietle; provided, however, that in all eases where lauds are  so sold, pre-empted, leased or otherwise alienated by the Government and are subsequently  lound, upon the survey ofthe Columli'a and  Western Railway Camuaiiy'sblocks, to lie wholly  or in part within such blocks, then the persons  so acquiring such lands shall acquire their title  thereto from th* railway company,.who have  agreed to deal with such purchasers, pie-empt-  ors, lessees, etc..on the same terms and coudi-  tionsas the government would under the provisions ofthe "Land Act," except in lespect to timber lauds on the company's blocks.whlcli shall be  subject to the regulation- issued by the company  r lutive to the cutting of tinibei on the Columbia  and Western Railway Land Grant.  ��� ./. W. S. COKK,  Deputy Commissioner of Landa and Works.  Lords aud Works IJepurtineiit, .  ��� Victoria,!). C,23rd February, 1905,  Safety Deposit Vault of Stored-  up Dividends.  But Requires Vast Sums For  Development.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  .': :;yfcar;;--:J;....:.-:...v..;.,...-.-,-.-. ,.,.-  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year ..:.....:..^.......:��� .��� .���  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  Troon*   /Including Handsome Portrait\  ytSal    yofKiug Edward, I7i��lnches./    Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year ..,.;.:.'.:;:.,   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year   $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  2.75  liubfleriptioiiB received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Spokane Falls  No*tlie-mRy.  The only all rail route between points  eH8t. west and south to Rossland, Nelson. Grami Forks anil 'Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and  Neleon.       ���  ������'-.'������'    KFFKCTIVK MARCH 5   1905  Leave. Arrive  0:30 a 'm , Phoenix .....5:20 p. 111  9.30a.iu!.. Spokane 6 ?o p. in.  .0.56a. m Kosslaml..... 4 55 p. m.  9:20a. m Nelson ......630 p. 111.  3:500. in ..Grand Vorks 11:15a. in,  8:00 a. ill..., Republic ..8 30 p. in.  Save Time all the time  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  wliH'heives Perfect Work in the shorten  lime with the greatest ease of operation  Write for Catalogue.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoenix, B. C.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NKVV WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Chriatian home for students of both sexes at moderate' rates.  Han a preparatory class for j'liiior stud-  eniH, (loiiiu grade public school work.  Does high school work, confers all hinh  school privileges, and prepares for teachers'examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  piploma*. Gives a liberal education in  its Ccllegiato Courso aijil in the Ladies'  Course (or M.B.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  tbe complete Arts Course, and the degree; of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  'uH affiliation.  For fuller information nnd terms write  Rev. \v. J. Sipporell, B.A., B.D , Principal; or Ber. J. P. Bowell, Bursar.  Latest Mining  Stock Ouotfllions.  askkd nin  AnierlcanBoy     ���         2\j 2  Ben Hnr ���         2�� J  Black Tail   .     * ,.'  Ii, C. Copper 17 5�� *�� <��  Canadian Oohl Fields         4% 3  Carihoo, Camp McK (��-div.)         2  Center Star ,        J5 J0  Crow's Nest l'aas Coal   Denoro Mines...   Pali-view         3 f  Kiaher Maiden         3 J  ainiihy coiisoVidaVed'."'.:::'.::'.:.::;!::: v> u. ��s &  International Coal       3�� 35  Juno         5 4  Moruinif Ulory          '  Mountain I.lon         �� 5'4  Montreal & no,ton f> jo Ji oo  North Star, (K. 1C.)         ' '  Payne          " 8  QuilP :; '        '.' ���  garobler-Carilioo          >7 '4  San roil        J>' ;��  Sullivan          �� '  St EiiKcno..       5�� ��  Tom Thiiiuli         * '  WnrKagle Consolidated       i> ��  Waterloo (Ass Paid)         'g ��  White Bear       "�� ��  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,  Vancouver  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS BAST.  .Palace and Tourist Sleeperp, Buffet  Library Cars, Modern day Coaches, Dining Cars, Meals a La Carte.  Best Meals on Wheels,  O Fast Trains  Daily 2  ^* EAST AND WEST. ~  For rates and folders and full information regarding trips call on or address  any agent of the S. F. & N. Railway or  H. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  G.F. & P. A., C.P.&T. A.,  Spokane,       701 W. Riverside,  Wash. Spokane. VVn.  M. M. Stbi'iieks, Local Agent.  Phoenix, B. C.  aT THE. BEST.  Thos. W. Lawson, in his "Frenzied  Finance," regarding investment's in  copper mines, says:  "In the commercial world copper  occupies an impregnable position. To  compete, it is first necessary, to find a  copper deposit; then to lock up a vast  sum of money for a long test of years  before returns be^in to accrue. And  new copper deposits are as rare and  few and far between ^as Lincolns and  Roosevelts in politics or Grants and  Lees in war.  "In the last eight years, or since the  metal has been prominently before the  world of capital, but two great producers of copper have been created���  the Copper Range at I^ake Superior,  Michigan, and the" Greene Consolidated in Mexico���and these two mines  have only, at the end of six years, after an immense expenditure of millions  (Copper Range, with a capital of $38,-  500,000, 385,000 shares,' par $100,  which sold in the open market a few-  years ago at $6, now selling at $75;  and Greene Consolidated, with a capital of $8,650,000, 865,000 shares, par  $10, now selling in the open market  at 25,) reached the point of profitable  production. Their combined output,  while reaching the (for young mines)  unprecedented amoun of o:ie hundred odd million pounds of metal per  annum, constitutes but a fraction of  that which Mother Earth has given up  during the petiod of their development  namely, 2,500,000,000 pounds, all of  which has been disposed of arid cannot  again be used to satisfy a ravenous  consumption.}  "It seems to me, then, a curious  anomaly that, while capital was chasing  investments which promised but 4 per  cent, it eschewed copper which yield  ed 16 to 25 per cent, and my investigation! told me that a producing copper mine is the surest business venture  a man engages in, for, by the time ii  begins to produce profitably, it must  be so far developed that its owners art-  certain of ore to work on for decadt>  ahead.  "A good copper mine is really as afe-  deposit vault of stored up dividends,  which ennot be stolen nor destroyed  by fire, flood or famine, Calumet &  Hecla, for instance, though it cost its  first owners but a dollar a share, has  paid out $87,000,000, or $870 per  share or 3,480 per cent, on its par  value of $25, and while it has been  paying dividends over 35 years, it paid  last yeor $40 per share and has more  in sight than it has yet paid. And  Copper Range, though but six years  old, will be producing soon as much  as Calumet & Hecla, and has in sight  now ore to keep  it going   50  or 60  years."   What Is Dvspepjla?  Qualms, nausea, longing for food  yet dreading to eat. You may have  the real thine, but Ferrozone will cure  you like it did S. U. Huntingdon of  Hamilton, who says: "I was frequently  attacked with sucli acute dyspepsia  that I thought it might be heart disease. I used Ferrozone and got relief.  I kept on using Ferrozone and was  cured. My digestion is in perfect order  and I can eat anything to-day."  Nothing is as good as Ferrozone for  dyspepsia and those bothered with  weak stomachs. Price 50c. at druggists.  lllllp  JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COUlfi  Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Gripp^f   f  Cured by Pe-ru-na.  Pe-ru-na  cures  more  cases of  la grippe  than  ad other  remedies  combined.  HON. W. H. PARSONS.  \V. II. Ptrsons la Hx-Stato Senator t.:k1 :::--f'.;>oH::l Jut!;;o ct tho f?uprocio  Court of Texas, also r.risadlor-Goncrul l:t Confederate Army. la a recent  ' letter from 925 II Street, N. W., WashlnKlon, D, C, tlifci prominent gentl��-  maa says:  "Upon tbe recommendation ot personal Mends and many strong testimonials as to the efficacy ��t Peruoa Iu the treatment of the numerous  nymptoms of the grippe wltb wblch I have been afflicted for four cior.i-.s  past, I have been Induced'to undergo a treatment with this justly celebrated formula. I feel a decided change tor the better after using it only  one week. It It especially good la toning, up tho stomach and hes lied a  decided effect upon my appetite. I therefore feet much encouraged that I  am oa the road to complete restoration,  "My numerous friends In Texas, where 1 have hed the honor to command a brigade ot ber Veteran Cavalry In a tour years' war, may accept  this voluntary testimonial to the merits ot Peruna as a sense ot obligation  on my part for Its wonderfulefficacy,"���-W. 11. Parsons.  There J  reaches tho eourco of all disease* of the  mucoiui membranos by its action on the  vaso-motor system of nerves.  Every person who lias had la grippe  during tho last year should take a conrse  of Poruua. No ono need expect perfect  rocovery unless they do so. The grippe  has produced catarrhal Inflammation of  the whole raucous membrane, and good  health is impossible until these aro  restored to a .normal condition. This  Peruna ���will do. A great many remedies have been suggested for this condition from tlmo to tirao, but Peruna  ai>poars to bo tho only remedy that has  any substantial raluo in these cases. It  has never failed to givo satisfaction  during forty years' experience and still  occupies tbn unique position, of being  tho leading (if not the only) specific remedy for tho after-effects of la grippo.  n��mrv Dislin. tho inventor ��nd maker  of all the band instruments for tho  ITcnry IHstln Manufacturing Co..���writes  tho follotving from Hit South .'Ninth  street, l'hllatlclolila, Pa.:  " I had a bad attack of la grippo last  December -which lasted raoro than throo  mouths, and-which left ran with catarrh,  and sovcral of my friends advised mo to  try Peruna. I began with a bottlo tho  first -week In March and It certainly did  mo a groat deal of good. I was so -well  satisfied that I purchased another bottlo  and followed tho directions, and can say  ihat it has enred mo."���Henry Distin.  If yon do not deriro prompt and satisfactory results from tho uso of Peruna,  write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement of your case and he will  be pleased to give you. his valuable advice gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman, President of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.  is no remedy in the world that I soothes while it stimulates, heals as it  meets the conditions produced by .la! expurgates. Peruna is not a purgative,  grippe better than the remedy, Peruna; I or cathartic, or sedative, or stimulant,  Peruna   strengthens   as it  renovates, i nor a vegetable or mineral poison.  It  A reward of $Wi,OpO has been depositedintheMarket'Exchange Bank, Columbus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the above testimonial is genuine; that we hold  in our possession authentic letters certifying to the same. Every one of our tes~  timonials are genuine and in the words of the one whose name is appended.  A Favorite R:medv For Biblei. !  Its pleasant taste and prompt cures  have made Cuairiberlain's Cough Remedy a favorite with the mothers of sma.il  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  cou)ih appears, will prevent the attack.  For sale by all druggists. v  Mlulaz Low Grade Ore.  At a recent meeting of the Black  Hills Mining Men's Association C. \V.  Merrill, metallurgist of the Hoinestake  company, made the statement that ore  was being crushed in the Amicus mill,  240 stamps, operated by the Home-  stake Company, for a cost of 18 cents  per ton. The ore is crushed to 35-  mesh. The Homestake company is  on a gigantic scale and is now treating  an ore that averages not to exceed  $3.70 a ton.  The New and Enlarged  Edition Contains  23,000 New Words  New Gazetteer of the World  with more than 25,000 titles, baaed on the  latest census returns.  New Biographical Dictionary  containing tho names of over 10,000 noted  persons, date of birth, death, etc.  Edited by'-w: T. HAURIS, Ph.D., LL.D.,  United StntosComiuIsslonerof Education.  2380 Quarto Pages  Xow PUtef.       6000 Illuitratlo&s.        Itich Bbdlnff*.  Needed inEveryHome  Also Webster'* Collegiate Dictionary with  iu6Pagcs. 1400Illustrations. Size: 7xio��Jiin.  A Special Thin Paper Edition De Luxe  Inr.nutoilfmintlinminoi.liiti'i m regular Million.   It  li:v*lllit|)Covfr�� mid round comer*.   Hlxo:l>J4��8?t��lK In.  FREE, " A Test in Pronunciation," instructive unci cnlei-tainlnjr.  Also illustrated pamphlew.  G. &  C.  ME.RRIAM  CO.  Publishers, Springfield, Mass.  WANTED.-MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, that aro tired of  working: for small waccs. to qualify ns salaried  nd writers or show-card writers through our  '���istructloii by mail. Prices low; termr. easy: no  'ooks to buy. Send for circular, statins: where  on saw this ad and which position you want  . FUNATir.N'AI.    CORRESPtNDESCr    SPIinniJl  ......ton. P.i.  Schools  O   j STRICTLY BUSINESS  o��� ~-������~o  You can do better advertising this  year than last; will you?  The store with a good reputation  doe* not need to mention it.  Give every advertisement the life  and vigor of your earnest spoken  word.  The advertising of an article carries with it a presumption of the article's worth.  The first advertisement is only an  entering wedge. It must be backed  up and driven home in orcier to achieve  results.  The fact that some business men do  suco.ed without using printer's ink is  no argument against its use for other  businesses.  It should be a matter of local pride  with merchants to give their local  newspaper the lion's share of their advertising expenditures. Good, prosperous looking newspapers help wonderfully in promoting the prosperity of  any community, and what helps the  community helps every one therein,  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  If You're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  PKoenix  Pioneer  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  i'lirough Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Leiulville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Daylight Mdc Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  .*Y Fast Trains Daily Bet. Oqden and Denver 3  Equipment and Service Second to None  .SEEK NO FURTHER,  FOR'.BETTER CAN'T.BE FOUND.  W. C  For Detailed Information, addrees  McRrUDE, General A sent. 124 Third Street.. PORTLAND, OREGOV.  ^����������� ���������������������������������  ;; Phoenix-        Qf ���1 0*P  Greenwood ^kCt^'V  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.00 a. 111. "i  /  Standard Time  .30 p  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  MINERAL ACT.  Ckhtixicate of Improvements.  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest  News of Boundary's Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  ADDRESS:  Pioneer PtAlishing Co.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.  William Shaffer, a brakeman of  Dennison, Ohio, was confined to his  bed for several weeks with inflammatory  rheumatism. "I used many remedies,"  he says. "Finally I sent to McCaw's  drug store for a bottle of Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, at which time I was unable  to use hand or foot, and in one week's  time was able to go to work as happy  as a clam."    For sale by all druggists.  NOTICE.  Summit, M��vl!nwe-,Hopewell, faUnm Krac-  tioiml, Cabot vVflcMonal und Mnyllower Vnic-  tloual Mineral claim*, situate In the c.rcen-  w. oil MiniiiK Division of Yale District.  Where locatcl���In Summit eamn.  Tafcp Notice that I, Isnue H. llallett, as agent  for DoiiKBld Mclnnis, Kree Miner's Certiliwile  No. I)74:'i91; Oeorge W. KiiinborBer, l-rfe  Miner'a Certilicatc \o B��0^��: ami I'homas  Koderick, Kree Miner's Cm-tilicaio No. IWH0I,  Intend, Hlxly ilavs trom tbe dale hereof to apply to tho MiniiiK Recorder lor certificates of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  ��� wwii ti .anta for the above claim*. .  And rurthcr take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced t>< fore the issuance ol suchCcitificatesof Improvements.  Dated tliis-Wh dayof September, A. D. 1504  _!!_ I. II. HAI.LETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Pilot mineral claim situate in tlietlrecnwood  mining division of Yale district.  Where located���iu Providence camp.  Tnke notice that I, Isaac II llallett, as agent  for Thomas Koderick, Kree Miners.Certificate  No 11804m. and James Marshall, Kree Miner's  Certificate No 1180419, intend, sixty days from  thcoatc hereof, to apply to the Minii'K Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  cliiilu.  And further take notice Hint action, under  section 37, must he commenced before the issu.  ance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 25th day of January, A. D. 1905.  I. II. HAU.KTT.  Wanted.  Men and women in this county and  adjoining territories, to represent and  advertise an old established house of  solid financial standing. Salary to  men $21 weekly, to women $ 1 2 to $ 18  weekly with expenses advanced each  Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary: position permanent.  Address, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A,  Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Uke, B.C.  ��� .������    The most perfecty appoint'     c   th  and Pleasure Kesoit in  the West.wilh  n  plelcsystem  of Maths���ilicludiii);  Turkish  an 1  liiissiau.   Open the year round.   The dilative  properties of its waters are iiucqualcd.  Vor Curing all Rheumatic. Nervoni and Muscular Troubles.  I'm  lleuliilK all   Kidney,   l.iver  and   Stomach  ailments.  Vor liliiniuatiuR.ill MctalliePoisjiis from the  System  The ginudcur oT the s; tiei v is unrivaled  Mountains, miuiv peaks, fores.s. jukes,waterfalls  boating, yachting, fishing ..lootirit;, exclusion,  tenuis. Its winter climate ts unsurpassed 'ex  tnddn *a  .���-.���"���.-atf-jj.-s^i  r|.M  1 v  r  WrttTMMWBfflWfliSKH T��E PEOKHIX PIONfeEll  'v:rf  m  >,:  :tf  w.  g* -  -,  "'' iffl  Blood Pf**i��fe*s  A great many of the so called blood purifiers  now on the market are nothing more than  drastic purgatives, which do a great deal  more harm than good.    For a  SPRING MEDICINE  Millinery Has Arrived.  M) new stock of millinery has ar-  rhrd and is on  display at   my   residence, Dominion avenue.    It includes  ladies' trimmed, untrimmed and ready-,  to wear hats; also a full line -of: chil-1  Miners' Union Hall,  y; One Night only  dreti's hats.   A   cordial   invitation is  extended to the ladies of Phoenix and  vicinity to call and inspect. .  16 2t Mrs. A. A1.MSTROM.  Wed.,Mar.29  !we recommend Churchill'sSarsaparilla a thoroughly and  medicinally correct preparation.  PHOSfc  44-  Thomas Drug Cqv Ltd.  An Ordiaarr Pill  Mr. C.T. Walker presents  eminent in tor  the  MR.  A Few  Prices  Ayer's Hair Vigor $1.00  1  Granby Exchange  Is liable to cause griping pain?, but!  1 )r. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and j  Butternut never gripe;or "cause any  pain whatever. The mildest and  most effective physic.: Sure cure for  headache and billiousness. Use only  Pr. Hamiltori's'Pills  leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Cimp.  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave , and Klrst it,  PHOENIX, II. C.  " J. A. MeMASTER  ���^ Proprietor.  New end Up-to-date,  Centrally Located, *  Good Sample Rooms.,  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS OF LOCAL AN'D  GENERAL  ���* INTEREST TO PHOENICIANS. ���**  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For International Coal stock see J.  L. Martin.  See Boyle's ad in another column  ���it will interest y ,u.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, ' Balmoral  hotel April 9 to 12.  Murdock Mclntyre made a trip to  Curlew last Saturday.  Dr. Mathison, dentist,' will be at his  office, Bank blod, from April 10th  to 14th".  Milton Mosher, with Mrs. Mosher  and two children, went to Spokane  Wednesday.  > Deeds, Mortgages and Bills of Sale  made out and recorded. ' Ed. H.  Mortimer, Notary Public  For, large returns and' good dividends buy International Coal stock of  J. L. Martin,' Phoenix, B. C.     r  " A few Boundary miners are' said to  have'acquired the1 fever to seek fortunes at Goldfields, Nevada.  Mrs. Duncan Ross and little daughter passed through the city Wednes  day, en route to Duluth, Minn.  "The Four Mechanics" was the title  * of a lecture delivered Thuisday evening by Rev. Dr. J. H. White, of Vancouver.  Government Agent W. G. McMynn,  with Mrs. ��� and Miss McMynn, are  leaving Greenwood for a trip to the old  country.  W. .K. C. Manly, merchant of Grand  Forks,who first came into the Boundary in 1893, was a visitor in the city  Tuesday.  Mrs. A. E. Ashcroft, wife of the  well known surveyor, leaves Greenwood  today for a trip to England, to begone  several months.  Wednesday the Ladies' Aid of the  Methodist church made a call at the  parson's house, and beautified the interior of his mansion.  See Boyle's ad in another column.  Any of the local mining shares for  sale.    E. H. Mortimer.  This weeks regular meeting of the  city fathers did not materialize  Tames Punch, formerly of this city,  is now in the Lillooet district.  Wearers of the green were in evi  dence yesterday, in honor of St. Patrick.  The Great Northern has been doing  a cood business in and out of Phoenix  this week.  Greenwood citizens are providing a  public ambulance by personal subscriptions.  Last night Greenwood Miners'  Union held its sixth annuel ball at  Masonic hall.  .' Robert B". and Mrs.' Kerr, formerly  of Phoenix,' have gone to'housekeeping  at Oakland; California^ ..    ' J',. ,  A slide along the Columbia river delayed Wednesday's- C. P. R. passenger  train for several hours.  Miss Annie Seaman, of Spokane,  is visiting Mrs. R. G. Mack, of the  William Hunter Co. store.  HIS STROMEST CHARACTER.  Harold Nclsoi At "Rldhellea" With a New and  _    Elaborate Production. j  "Harold  Nelson - was a scholarly j  'Hamlet,'   he was  Superb   as  'Paul]  Kauvar,' but in 'Richlieu,' his favor- j  ite character, he closely attains to great-1  nes."   This was   what   a ���Winnipeg  critic wrote after  witnessing Mr. Nelson's splendid   production of "Richelieu," which  is to  be seen  here on  Wednesday, March 29th.    Mr. Nelson  has made almost a life lom;  study of  the  character of .-"Richeljen," and his  convincing   portrayal . of  the   clsver;  crafty Cardinal reveals the student as  well as the actor.    It is a drama telliny  a story of absorbing ��� interest,  indeed  develops in strength as the plot unfolds  until  a powerful climax is. reached.  Mr. Ncl on has never befo re  played  "Richelieu" under the same favorable  circumstances as this  season,   for his  manager, Mr. C. P   Walker,   has  furnished him with a  scenic production!  of   metropolitan   completeness.   The I  costuming is both elaborate and  his- [  torically accurate,    indeed  no detail  has been overlooked.    Those who go  to see Mr. Nelson and his well balanced  company in   "Richelieu" may confidently anticipate an  excellent performance. ='  ami Ms conumwy in nn'elaborate revival  of itulwer'i.vttuii'ii iitmoiis classic  ���   :   Mr. Nelson's uraitfst character  . '; txirtruyal  A most coin|i|Hle k-t'iiic ami costume  wjiiiiiment.  Prices, $1.00 and 75c.  Pt'itls oil miIu 8i Tli".". Brown's.  Peruna.  Pierce's Prescription  Pierce's G. M. Discovery  Pinkham's Compound. ..  Liquozone   Sarsaparilla   Blood Purifier   i.oo  Tonic Bitters    i.oo  Euthyinol Tooth Paste 25  Thymoline Tooth Paste 25  Tooth Powder 25  ��-'5  '.15  1.15  '���'5  1.00  We have bought 100 iron beds direct from the manufacturer,  to  be delivered as we need them.    Thai's why we cut the price from $7.50 on  iron Beds  to $4.85.  "He sure you are right, then go ahead/' is an old motto. We are sure we are  right, because we ordered the first lot last month and they are all gone. Now  we have another lot to offer at the  Complete Housefurnishers*  BOYLE,  The Druggist.  PHONK YOUR ORDERS.  fletropolitan Cafe    Meals at   ��� ���      AU Hours.  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  Open Day and Night. (under summit hotel.1  Oysters in every style.  Turkey and Chicken Dinner, Sunday, 5 to 8 p.m  . !Smiti  A Serenely Happy Man.  Is Mr. Thos. McGalshan .of North  Pelham, who was cured.of muscular  rheumatism by Nerviline, the most  powerful rheumatic remedy in the  world. "I suffered all manner of pain  for years,"he writes, "and Nerviline was  the only thing that did me any good.  I can heartily recommend Nerviline  for all forms .bfrheuma��ism;* it goes t to  the very core of the pain and brings  lasting relief.' Let every sufferer ^from  lame ba:k, aching joints and swelled  limbs use Nerviline." It's to cureand  costs 25c. for a large bottle.  Stationers,  Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  Special attention is called to our  new line of Phoenix Tablets, in  note and letter size, with several  views of the Phoenix mines.  You will find it well worth  while lo examine our extensive  stock in the several lines.  KNOB HILL AVE.,   " PHOENIX  wmMwmmmm  fANADIANo  V "Pacific m  G. W. Rumberger  Lowest Rates  . ...Best Time  i| Real Estate  s��  and Mines  =o=.-JL  House.s to Rent, City Property for Sale, f;  Shares in all the leading mines bought and f.  sold.    Information about Phoenix and the ���{  Boundary country given ou application.       11  w  I CKurcK Services  I Tomorrow.  Manager Hodges has received an  automobile���the first one to be operated in the Boundary. J. F. Royer  has not closed his deal for an auio for  the Pho< nix-Greenwood stage run  James Anderson, of Seattle, one of  the owners of the Morrison-Anderson  building here, including the Knob Hill  hotel, was a visitor in the city Saiur-  day, looking after the interests of ihe  y.vv-.firm.;, ���.;_���.  ^:v I Joseph Trainner left for Kamloops  \:,>: .^Tuesday, where he has accepted the  :I���:.^position as foreman at   the Iron Mask  ���y ;ininei-:t Mrs. Trainner has' been  living  yat Kamloops for some months, and is  yfy. fehjbyitig improved health.  ":,;'y''^Trie^Methodist pulpit tomorrow will  Jg<��;be: occupied by Rev. Dr. J  H. White,  ^superintendent of missions for that de-  ;V nomination   for    British    Columbia.  ��'^Members are- urged   to   be   present.  i$g:8|gjgg'|5i^ of 'be Lord's   supper  i|i|%SfeC^IS':l;-'w!ipD&;:administered.  styKilij&S^: 1'^^S^pN::^)^ ^.l^'^r-r  ;j'f||Ssgs^nrsday" evening a'  special trains  M^5-wtobk.ab6ut 43 Odd  Fellows over the  8Mlfeim^^K|ft;Gr;^f^orthim to Grand Forks, where  Jmeinbers   of   Greenwood,  Republic,  ^Grand Forks and Phoenix lodges  met  ^M^carried  out some joint   degree  |^TOrk}and ^tod^generargooy-itime.  [K^rt^ nasyJocated the  ���iractionymineral .claim in  :^Phtoem'x)camp,vahd A.E  . :������i^ancesx)f the season was  ^^nyal^iali giveih Tuesday  ^Miners' ;^nion;  hill hy  Fraterual Or-  (. were J spread  [US jf|tlleir; ^friends,.; ��� ��� -vdlves'  .,_ ./ifefJ^0:riUmbersj ^eii-  After spending a week in the city,  looking after his property interes's, A.  F. McMillan left Wednesday for Winnipeg.  At the regular meeting of Phoenix  Mineis' Union No. 8, to be held on  April 1st, the recently elected officers  will be installed.  ' Alderman James Marshall left Spokane fo'r New York this week, whence  he sails shortly for bonnie Scotland.on  a trip to his old home.  Miss Mary Deegan, who has been  visiting with her sister, Mrs. Craney,  for the past six weeks, left Wednesday  for her home in Republic, Wash.  R. C. Morgan, superintendent of  Great Northern lines north of Spokane,  came in with his private car on. Wed'  n today's train on official business.  When Chas. A. DesBrisay, Gt. Northern right-of-way man, comes around,  il means business. He was in town  this week and vsited Greenwood.  L. F. Holt2, president of Phoenix  Miners' Union No. 8, accompanied by  Christopher \V. Greer, left Tuesday  for a trip to Kamloops, where they  will spend some time spying out the  land.  ' Rowland Machin, British Columbia  representative for Benneu's famous  English fuse, whose headquarters are  in Victoria, was in the cit> this week  on one of his periodical trips which he  makes through the mining districts.  C. M. O'Brien; of Vancouver, organizer for the Socialist party of British Columbia, spoke at the meeting of  the Phoenix Socialist Club last Sunday  evening, at Miners' Union hall. He  speaks here again tomorrow evening.  Peter Keeler, Frank Felt and a  friend had an accident last Saturday  to Greenwood. The horses started  up the bank near the Last Chance and  turned over the carriage, resulting in  three broken arms, but little damage to  the rig or horses.      ^      , I  Wm. Yolen Williams, formerly superintendent of the Granby mine3, and  who has been visiting his old home in  North Wales, is expected to return to  Spokane next month. He has recent- j  ly been travelling on the continent,  and visited Rome and other points.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11' a. m. and  7:30 p. m. , Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. \V.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at n a.m. and  7.30 p. m. at the new church, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. I). M.  Perley, B. A., pastor.  ;notice.  SIMILKAMKEK   DIVISION'   Ol'    VaLE    1)187*101.  -   EAST   -  .Toronto,     Montreal,     New York,  Maritime Provinces, and  .    New England.  -   WEST   -  Vancouver,     Victoria,      Seattle  CaIifornia,Points.  Unequalled   Passenger Service, ' Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Coaches,  and   Dining Cars.  'Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  ��*     Phoenix, B. C.  Just received direct, from Scotland ��������� ���  a large shipment of -     *.       ..-.'  ''Sanderson's  Famous Mountain Dew"  Tourist Sleeper Service  f Leave   Revelstoke   Mon-  AVEST 4 Wed., Thur., Sat. for   Se-  [ attle and Vancouver.  Leave  Dunmore Jet. for  EAST -! TorontP> Wed- and Sun.  j Montreal, Mon. and Fri.  [Boston, Friday  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 Benediction, 7:30 p.m. ��� Father J. A.  Bedard, O-M.L, Pastor. ���  NOTI'"E is hereby guen tliat from mid aller  the 30th day ol Iu ,er 1905, the loUowhiz de-  serib��.d portion of ilie O'sovoc Division of Yale  District will be tviihrirawu from thesnid O&0300H  Division, and that the said portion will be es-  tHwlishcd a tepnrme Land Recording Division,  ti be known as the SimiUaineeo Division 01  V4leDj.strict.vir :  Commencing at a point 011 the International  Boundary nhere,it i->*intersected by Pajanon  f'rerk, which is al��> the  south-erast corner ol  Yale Land K<cotdmg Dutric-t, thence following  northeilyiilMiij; the s.iid   1 retk and the South  Fork oftlie Kiniilkanieen Kuer to its junction  with the Tulan.ecn kiver: thence nesterlralou);  the Tulnineeu  River   to the   month of'lhina  Creek; thence northe-ly along China frcelc to  its liiterceitti n unit Hi- south boundary of Lot  969."'roup I, Kamloops, Division of Yale District;  thence due east 10 the eastern hank of Okanagan  River; thence ill a northerly direction, following  the  eastern   slu.re   of Okanagan   River   and  Okanagan Lake, to a point distant 56 miles due  north of ilie International boundary  thence due  east lo the western boundar   rf the Kootenay  Land Recording District; thence southerly following the said western boundary of Kootenay  District to Ihe 49th Parallel; thence west along  49'-h Parallel to place of commencement.  W.S GORE,  Deputy Cpramiwiouer of Lands and Works.  Lauds andWoi k�� Depat tmcut,'  -   Victor'a, B C..l5iMarehr'ioos.  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.Coyle,.'  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.    I  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver. B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  1  Boundary Agents for "PAKST CELEBRATED BEF.R." ~  Greenwood, B. C,  Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Telephone orders receive prompt attention.  *  mm  JAMES McCREATH, j-rop.  ]^''Jm>'<^'<^'^9f^9*^mF^9r^Wr^nyfg^  Clothing!  The BEST, Cheapest  arid most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  George Evans  Painter and  House Decorator.  WHO SAYS SO?   Hundreds of satisfied     ���  customers.    If you don't  believe it come ���     .  and examine'goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc.,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  HARDY-McKKNZlE BI.K.  DOMINION AVE., I'UOEKIX.  ^^.^^^1.%^.%:.%^^:^:^;^^  ���^<3>��>���><&ie><^S><&<^><S^^S^S.<��'��'S^>-J-S <  and keep  up irilit  the time.  The only  reliable watch to carry.  ,    Watch repairing a sneoialfy.  GEO. t DEY,  The Jeweler.1 : KnobHilMvc  THE  STATIONERY  STRATHCONA  111**  nnocr   n*   tr��n * W  The finest in the  land.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Sign Writing on short notice.       :       Estimates promptly furnished  WATCHMAKER  -AND  JEWELER,  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of seasonable jewelry always on hand,  FIRST ST.,    -���������-��� - - PHOENIX, B. C.  LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS���They embrace a large assortment of styles,   the latent deijifms  and colorings.    New shaped sleeves, neatly trimmed.  How's This?      ,  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for ai y  case ofCatarrh that cannot be cured by Ball's  Catarrh Cure F. j. CHIJNEY & CO., Toledo, O  we. theundtriigned,ha*e known y, j. cheue\  lor Hie hist is \eara, and believe hira perfectly  honorable iu all business transactions andfinan-  Ci.W able to car^-y out any obligations made frv  liisfirm;       WAtDiwo;KurxaK & Mabvut.  W i���"n'���'.     , VVI,olesa,eDruegt.ts,Toledo,O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of  the system. Te��Unw)iiials sent free. Price We  per bottle.   Sodl by aUPniKpists  Take Hall's Patuily's Pills for constipation.  The Job Department of the  Phoenix  Pioneer  is fully equipped to turn out  the  Best Quality of      iT  Stationery   for any  kind , of  business.      Special -  ^attention paid to work for Mines.    Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS,  Cigars, Tobaccos,  Newspapers,  Magazines.  AlexlMae,  Hardy UlorJ.  Dominion  Avenue.  NELSON, B.C  B. TOMKINS, Manager.*  Ilie Win? Hotel of tie 'look says  Special Rates to Commercial Men. -  Good Sample Rooms.  A line we are sure will please you, in light and dark colors,  MEN'S HATS���Just received our new line of Hats for Spring and Slimmer.    Now hhapes InY  Black, Brown and Grey Felt.    Also a nice range of Fedoras, Grurcos nnd Still' Hats,  MEN'S SHIRTS���This is one of the finest and nicest lines we have ever carried, ns toatyles  v   patterns, and completeness, detached cuffs to match. ���   '  MEN'S SHOES���See our new line of dress shoes in black and tan.  BOYS  AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING���A handsome line  sorted patterns, light and medium mixtures, well made.  ol  Norfolks  in Tweed, as>*  See our New Line: of Laces,

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