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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 20, 1905

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 Boundary Mines Produced $J2,56b,?G00 in  value within five years.  AND  tone  ���c-. if  ', i  , Pli,pehix is tfec, Centra  and   Leading lining *  Camp of 'Boundary,,  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  VL. -O   ,  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,  BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1905.  No. ��3  THE  te Store  .Something Good to Eat  Here i�� where you always find it.  Fruit  Hi&bd.    river    Straw-  1 n *  r  '        berries" ' -  f California    Cherries  Ripe Bananas  Oranges,    25c   Dozen  Blood Orauges5oc^ Doz.  Coccanuts, etc.  Vegetables  Hot House Lettuce  Asparagus  ..'�����"    '    'Rhubarb  Florida Tomatoes  Radishes  New Cabbage  Parsley, etc.  GT. NORTHERN  LET CONTRACT  For 22 Miles of Similkameen  Road.  D. OXLEY BOUGHT  SUMMIT HOTEL  JAMES J. HILL'S  MININCMEN  Twice a week shipment of fresh mountain  ''���'���' '     trout.  ' New laid eggs Hazelwood butter-  Link From Midway Not Yet  Settled.  take of Woods  5 RosesFlour  We have just received a carload  of this famous flour that all our.  customers have  been asking, for  ,- Wp sell it at the same price as you  pay for second rate flour of. an.un-   ~  known brand.  -j   ,-    phone orders given pronipf attention;  THE    BMG    aSTTOIZE,  *m0**0***H*0*0i**  ****************  Grocery Dept,  Special Announcement.  Every friday during the summer  months .,  we will have one five gallon freezer of  Hazelwood Ice Cream  to sell by the pint, quart or half gallon.  Get your orders in early on Saturday  morning so as to avoid dissapointment.  Every Thursday during the trout season  we expect to have a shipment of fresh  trout from the. Kootenay river. This  will be here in time for Friday's; b/eak-  .<- fast. Try U> have your orders in Thursday evenings so as to catch last delivery.  Last week contracts for building 22  miles of the Great Northern's Similka  mecn valley extension, between' Oroville, * Wash., and the international  boundary line, were let to Spokane  men. A thousand laborers will i e  employed for a year, as the work is  unusually heavy. Material is being  rushed info the field, and operations  will be in full swing within a month.  L. E. Shields, of Sims & Shields,  general contractors for .the Great Northern, arrived Monday from St. Paul  on his way to Oroville. His firm, as  usual with new Great Northern work,  has the general contiact for the work.  He said to a reporter:  "Subcontracts have been divided  among Winters, Parsons & Boomer,  Pcrter Bros., Jones & Onsued and  Caughran & Woldson of Spokane. This  particular piece of work was contracted  for now because it will beneeded, regardless of the final, route.  "It is uncertain" whether the road  will be built to Oroville from Midway  or from Republic. The Midway route  is- 45 miles long, with 2}4 per c  grades for 17 miles eastward from Oroville. Then in addition steel must be  laid on the present grade i$}4 miles  long, from Curlew, Wash., to Midway.  The route from Republic via West  Fork and Bona|jarte creeks is 65 miles  long, on a i per cent, grade, and it is  easy'constructionl That route would  not touch Loomis, or any other important points, between Republic and  Oroville. Although longer than the  Midway route, it would be much  cheaper to build.  "I can't say what route will be  adopted in reaching Oroville. I understand that the railway "company is  striving to get some changes in its  charter from the Dominion parliament  at Ottawa, so as to permit it to change  its original project.  "The section from Orovilje north to  the boundary line will run on both  sides of the river, with one important  bridge.  .' "As for the final route of the road  into the Similkameen, I understand  that it is being held in abeyance unli  a further examination of the resources  ���principally mineral���can be made.'  If the road follows the Similkameen  river to Princeton,'it would probably  strike the Fraser river near Pope,  though that is a matter for the future  to disclose."  Were Visitors in Phoenix This| Gold Bug.  Week.  Valuable' Corner Purchased by  The Tenant.  Recently a deal was completed ' by  which David Oxley purchased the  property at the northwest corner of  Knob Hill avenue and First street, on  which is located the Summit hotel.  The price paid was $6,000 for the two  lots, the property being known on the  official maps' as lots 9 and 10, block  15, Old Ironsides subdivision to Phoenix. ���  ; ��� >  This corner,' which is one of the Th:s week ,wo gentlemen who are  most desirable locations in Phoenix, understood to be accredited mining  was purchased by J. A. Munson at the experts for James J. Hill, president of  Boundary Mining Notes  .   The long tunnel on the Seattle mine  is now in about '190 feet.   .,  A distance of nearly , 2po feet; has  been on the tunnel being driven on the  WILL BUILD  OPERA HOUSE  Have Also Been Into Similkameen.  original sale, in.,November, 1899, for  $1,100���$600 for the corner and $500  for the inside lot Mr. Munson im  mediately erected the present hotel  building, putting it up at a time when  rough lumber cost from $25 to' $30  per thousand delivered. For the last  year or two* it has been occupied by  Mr. Oxley and his partner, John Hartman, under lease. The sale was made  through the Eastern Townships, Bank.  Regular shipments of Hazel-  wood Butter at 35c. perppund  till further notice.  New Officers For Oood Templar*.  At the regular meeting of the local  lodge of Good Templars held last week  Friday at Hardy hall, the following  officers were installed for the ensuing  quarter:  C. T., D. G. Stafford.  P. C. T., W. Searle.  V. T., Mrs. M. Knott. -  L. I)., H. Reid. ;  Marshall, J. Si Boyce.  D. Marshall, Miss S. E. Howe.  Fin. Sec, J. P. McKenzie.  Treas., Mrs. A. McKenzie.  Rec. Stc, Miss K. L. Noble.  ; , Asst. Sec, W. Reid.  Guard, D. Draisey.  Sentinel, 0. Lindberg.  Sale ��l Black's Hotel.  Negotiations are under way for (be  sale of Black's hotel, on Dominion  avenue, to R. V. Chisholm, who has  conducted a hotel at jDenord for some  years.     The owner of the Black property is J. B. Macaulay, and Mr. Chis  holm  expects, to take possession on  June 1st, when'the present lease to  W. S. Doyle expires.   Black's hotel is  a three story structure on two lots, and  was erected  by  Ira XV. Black, in the  winter 1899 and 1900.   Mr. Chisholm  has leased his'Penoro hotel to M. W.  Ludlow.  PtwcaU Is HetUct ky Stsft.  Since last Sunday it is possible to  go direct to Hedley in the Similka-  mten by stage from Phoenix. J. F.  Royer, who has been operating a stage  line-.between-Vhoenix--and Chesaw  since the Great Northern commenced  operating passenger trains to Phoenix,  March 6th, has extended the line up  into the Similkameen camp, near  which the notable Nickel Plate mine  is situated. The connection is three  times weekly from Chesaw, that is,  Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and  daily between Chesaw and Phoenix, as  heretofore. The building of the Great  Northern into the Similkameen will  make considerable traffic over the new  stage line for a number of months.  *����������**>������>������>������*>-  LOCAL JOTTINGS  1��  Full line of screen doors and windows  all sizes.  Consulting About Mine Merger.  Winnipeg, May 17.���Regarding the  proposition to consolidate certain British Columbia mines, a meeting was  held' at the Empire hotel, here on  Tuesday, May 16, between Messrs.  Waterlow, McMillan and Astley, representing the Le Roi and Snowshoe,  James Cronin, representing the War  Eagle Centre Star interests, and Prof.  R. XV. Brock, who had been agreed  upon' by the' respective companies to  place relatives values upon their mining properties.  Mr. McMillan opposed the consolidation upon the basis of Professor  Brock's report.  ;, Messrs. Waterlow and Cronin agreed  to recommend the acceptance of fro-  Last week's dance given by the base  ball boys netted the club almost  exactly $100.  Miss Green, of Greenwood, gave a  concert at Eholt 1 hursday evening  that was well patronized.  Mrs. Thurber left for southern Oregon Tuesday, being called by news of  the serious illness of her brother  The rubbish at the site of the old  Brooklyn hotel, which was burned last  winter, was cleared away this week.  Frank Oliver, Minister of the Interior at Ottawa, thinks the establishment of a department of mines is  likely.  Wm. Pickhardt will act as secretary  of the local Miners' Union in the ab  sence of Secretary Berry at the  Salt  Lake convention.  Mrs. W. D. Parker came up from  Chewelah, Wash., this week, to look  after Mr. Parker, who had his collar  bone broken in a runaway last Sunday.  Mrs. H. W. Smith and son, Mrs. L,  J. Smith and Mrs. Eddy cameup-from  Spokane Thursday to spend a few days  with H. W. Smith, who is engineer on  the Great Northern passenger train  running to Phoenix.  At the assize court at Greenwood on  Wednesday, Mr. Justice Martin presiding, the grand jury returned "no  bill" in the case against Louis Johnson,  lor alleged stealing of timber from a  mineral claim.  If this should meet the eye of a  reader of the Pioneer who is aware  that his subscription to this weekly is  past due, attention to the matter in a  substantial manner will be appreciated  by tlie editor. Strange as it may seem,  drafts for stock come due regularly at  the bank, and printers have a way of  desiring to eat regularly.  As Rev. Mr. McColl goes to Eholt  to dispense the ordinances at the  Presbyterian mission tomorrow, ' Rev.  \V. T. H tmilton will occupy the pulpit of St. Andrew's church, morning  and evening. The choir will sing an  anthem in the evening. Mr. Hamilton  has lately located at Eholt as mission  the Great Northern railway, were visitors in Phoenix, and while here were  registered at the Hotel Balmoral. They  were W. N. Merriam and J. Keller-  schon, both of Duluth, Minn., and are  understood to be mining engineers of  considerable reputation. They also  visited the Mother Lode, in Deadwood  camp, while in the Boundary.  About three weeks ago President  Underwood and XV.. H. Thomas, con  suiting engineer of the B. C. Copper  Co., went into the Similkameen country, accompanied by Messrs. Merriam  and Kellerchon, the latter gentlemen  being left at Copper- mountain,--where  the Sunset mine is located, to pursue  their researches. After spending a  couple of weeks in that section the  Duluth gentlemen came back to the  Boundary to visit the mines that have  already made this section famous,  before continuing their trip to the east,  to make up reports to be submitted to  the president of the Great Northern.  As is usual in such cases, the * mining engineers were not looking for  newspaper reporters, and when they  did meet one they were willing to discuss almost any other subject than that  which brought them to British Columbia.  The annual general meeting of the  Montreal & Boston Consolidated is  scheduled to take place in New York  tbis week.  Good ore is being found in the Gold  Finch, work on which was recently  started by Mark F. Madden, of Chicago, the owner.  The new incline shaft on the Emma,  Summit camp, is down 130 feet, and  is to be continued to about 160 feet.  Shipments were resumed tbis week.  The new oo-horse power boiler, is  now in position at the Providence  mine. An eight drill air compressor is  also likely to be secured at no distant  date.  Members  of   Miners'   Union  Endorse Project.,  Maud  were  and  Ntwperl-Cook WeMlaf.  Wednesday morning Miss  Newport and Walter S. Cook  married at the residence of Mr,  Mrs. R. D. Hall at Republic. The  ceremony took place at seven o'clock,  and was witnessed by friends of the  contracting parties. The happy couple  arrived in camp last night and received  thecongratulations of numerous friends.  Mrs. Cook was a resident here for a  long time and Mr. Cook has teen employed at the Granby mines for a number of years. They have begun housekeeping in the Knight residence on  Knob Hill avenue.  Dolfzt of the City Conacll.  At Wednesday's meeting of the city  council Mayor Rumberger and Coun  cilmen Brown, Carson and Roderick  were present. But one account was  presented and paid, that of Chief of  Police Flood for $22.80 for taking  petty larceny prisoner to Nelson. The  council decided to open the ailey between Dominion and Brooklyn avenues,  and passed the Curfew By-Law. Aid.  Carson gave notice of an amendment  to the Trades License By-Law, and  chief of police was directed to see that  streets and sidewalks were kept clear.  fessor Brock's report to their respective  companies as a proper basis for amal-1 ary,  having charge there and at Cas-  gaiTuition.  cade and Boundary Falls.  C. P. R. LETS A  RAILWAY CONTRACT  From  Spence's    Bridge  Nicola Lake-  to  A depatch Irom Vancouver Tuesday  states that it was announced that  the Canadian Pacific Railway company  had let a contract for the construction  of a line of railway from Nicola to  Spence's Bridge, a distance of 45  miles. While the present contract  calls for only 45 miles of railway, it is  announced that it is the intention to  run the line ultimately through the  Similkameen and on to the Boundary  country. In the meantime the new  branch will give the people of Nicola  an outlet with direct communication  with the coast.  Construction will begin immediately  and is to be carried out during the  summer. It is expected that a large  business in oonnection with coal mining and other industries will be built  up by the new line.  On account of water, Fred Whitwell  has stopped work for the time being  on the Maori group in Providence  camp, where the shaft is down about  60 feet.  Crosscutting is going on from the  bottom of the 100 foot incline shaft  on the Reliance in Summit camp. It  is said that five feet of good ore have  been encountered.  A.report from Greenwood is to the  effect that trie Montreal & Boston  Consolidated will recommence shipping ,ore from the company's Sunset  mine in Deadwood camp. '  A foot of high grade ore has been  encountered in the face of the drift on  the Mavis, which is being worked by a  Phoenix syndicate, the memebers of  which feel much encouraged at the  outlook.  Randolph Stuart, J. C. Haas and  W. H. Norris have given a bond to C  J. McAithur, Duncan Mcintosh and  others on the Trilby for $12,000. It  adjoins the E. Pluribus Unurn ciaim,  and will likely be worked through that  property.  Supt. Hodges states that everything  is moving as smooth as. clockwork with  the battery of six blast furnaces at the  Granby smelter, with every prospect of  May being a record month in tonnage  shipped and treated and in values turned out.  Owing to an over supply of ore at  the Boundary Falls sinelter,<the Brooklyn, Stemwinder and Rawhide mines  were idle two or three days this week.  About 40 cars of ore were awaiting  unloading at the smelter in one day,  and could only be unloaded as they  were used, owing to lack of adequate  ore bunker room.  ' Col. John Weir,�� of New York, a  director in the British Columbia Copper Co., after spending a week or two  in a trip into the Similkameen, inspecting the Sunset on Copper mountain, in which he interested, arid other  claims, took the Great Northern for  home last Monday, Manager Keffer  accompanying him part way. Col.  Weir has been interested in the Boundary for seven or eight years.  Central   Location   and  About   $8,000.  Cost  Percy F. Goodenrath, one of the  best known correspondents in the province, and repiesenting The Week, a  bright Victoria paper, arrived here  Saturday in the interests of that publication. He expects to spend a couple  of weeks in the Boundary, and have a  special descriptive illustrated article on  this section in The Week early in  June.  * For some time Phoenix Miners  Union, No". 8, has had in contemplation the erection of a new hall and  opera house, the old building, at the  lower end of the city, having heeno  outgrown. .The matter has been thoroughly discussed by the menders of  the union, and last Saturday a vote  was taken as to whether the trustees  should be authorized to proceed and  see what they can do in the way of  securing a suitable site for the new  building. The vote stood 127 in favor  and 28 against the proposition, which  practically assures of its being carried  through at an early date, when the details have been ananged.  The committee in charge of the site  selection consists of D. Mclntominey  J. F. McDougall, D. W. McKenzie,'  John Mclnnis, V. Ingram, who are the  trustees, and the secretary, .A. F.  Berry. Several sites are under consideration, 'one being on Dominion  avenue opposite B'ack's hotel, another  hear the corner of Dominion avenue  and school street, and still another at  the corner of School street and Aetna  avenue, almost'adjoining the Pioneer  building. The lattet is by far the  most, central location in the chy, and  if the ground tan be obtained,at a" satisfactory figure it may be decided on.  In the consttuction ofthe hall, it is  proposed to have it fitte-1 up with all  modern" conveniences as an'-ooera  house, with a gallery and a total seating  capacity of some 500. The opera  house will likely be on the ground  floor, while up stairs will be the hall  for lodge and other purposes. The  bu'lding will also contain living rooms  for the secretary of the union. ���,.���'  If the present idea is carried out,  which seems more than probable, in a  few. months the. Miners' Union will  have an up-to-date opera house costing  in the neighborhood of $8,000, where  the best plays that cotne into the  Kootenays can be presented.     ���  W.  Broke His Collar Bone.  D.   Parker,  proprietor   of the  Phoenix dairy, was in a runaway Sunday^ the horses starting from the C. P.  R. station. Parker and his man both  jumped, and Parker sustained a broken  collar bone, and was carried to the  hospital, where he'is getting .along as  well as coaid be expected. It seems  that the bridle of one of the horses was  loose, and when they started to run  they coiild not be controlled, resulting  in the fracture referred to. The victim of the accident will be laid up but  a short time, fortunately.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following tabic gives the ore shipments of Boundary miueo  lor 1900  , 1902 for 1903 for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  Camp.   Phoenix   Phoeuix  Deadwood    5,340    99,034   I4',3j6   v..Phoenix   Phoeuix  ......Deadwood   ,v..Sjinmit  I.*...Wellington  Latest Prices ta Metals.  Nsw Yobk���Copper, electrolytic, $15.-  00@$15.25; lake, $15.00�� 15.25  Bar Silver, 67  Letkd, $4.60 at ����.G0.  Mine.  Cranby Mines..   Snowshoe   B.C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode '.  Montreal & Boston Con.  Brooklyn-Steniwinder.  Rawhide   Sunset   Mountain Rose   Athelstau-Jackpot......  Dominion Copper Co. -   ':  Brooklyn-Stem winder d'lup-Phoenix  Morrison Deadwood  i-B C. Mine��� Summit  K.Bell... Summit  Kmma ....Summit  OroDenoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Fogle- Summit  No. 31 _ Summit  Reliance.. Summit  Sulphur King ..._ Summit  Winnipeg ., Wellington  Golden Crown., Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  No. 7 Mine _ Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel- Long Lake  Coxmi West Fork  Providence.- Providence  Hlidiorn Providence  Skylark.: Skylark  Ln9t Chance Skylark  K. P. V. Mine Skylaik  fBoy Skylark  Ruby Boundary Foils  Repubtic.... Boundary Falls      Miscellaneous      3>23��  1900     1901  &4.5J3 33r,76a  397      1.731  1902  319.858  20,SOO  802      7.455  550       150  '9,494    47r4��5  650  150  14,811  560  8,S3��  1,076.  3,350  1,040  875  665  2,OCO  3S��  7��5  ��25  482  160  890  ....:.._  519          80      3.456  Total, tons    96,600  390,800   506,816   690,419  ' Smelter treatment���  Granby Co.     62.387  B. C Copper Co -���������  Montreal & Boston Con  _            Total reduced   63.3��9  3.1S.439   4<*>,94o   <*.'7,4"4   8J.7.606   tyo.W   su.5*  i;jo,8}8   312,540  401,921  5-J6.252  7--ft.||l  '3..'5 '  117,611    148.600  1112.913  jic,.|i|  r-' 635  4 2bJ  13=57��  .1" S3"  71.43.1  2.9J-I  .As    rt&cJfe  ' -lj Mm  -.?!���   \r%ff!  '       '       it  Cjif?Ef!  I'  4*  M  --i.''  'h!vi.-  immwSHBHIia^^ r r-v-  THE PHOEUIX PIOKEBB.  a"-? > v .  "  *  h-3  8*^   '     /  1^ ',    <���  >. j, *������  r     . /  :j - ���  1'  <'  xV'<*-%  i'"-:';  II   l'.'(   v  II   v          1*  Perfect in Flavor  rich, strong and delicious���and at the same time  moderate in price.  Tea is the ideal beverage for Canadians.  .-.    (*-���  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  USCBD OK ���a.TOKDAYS ��V T��B  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  a>TraK>N(ix.K.&  W. ���. WILLCOX. Man��)��n.  _ :   ..        (���itatntai office No. 14.  Tetepkoaes ] K5sger-a naideacc, Mo. is.  _ I  LI  I    "I,"    ~    ���    '      '     "  ���UMCsUVTIOIlS 1st AUVAstCB.  ferT��*r...- ~. -   ���UXoaUu ��� -   _..H.oa  . i.a*  iryoa arc not a subsctiber to tbis paper, thla  is an invitation to you to become one.  AdTCrtistti rates furoubeo, on application.  , ttsrertawUees 10 and aetata per line.  Foot weekly IsumttonseoneUtate one month's  sAtwt alii. -  THE OBSERVATORY   j  Tames Taucbd oc at  HOaf K AND ELSKWBBXS  i9��5 >      MAY.  1 -'  190  tie. Mas. Tms. ����������� Til  Fr..  Sit  '     -i.   ��,    3     4  5  6,  7     8      9 10    11  12  *3  14   15    16 17    18  19,  *>i  " ai    23    S3'24 ' *5  26  27-  28   29    30*31  L  1  ~AmundserC the Norwegian explorer,  claims that he has at last found the  north, pole, but the dispatches do not  state .what he proposes to do with it,  Kootenay papers are taking up the  need of a postoffice inspector for ,thc  interior, as it is manifestly impossible  for one such official to cover the entire  province.   Let the good work go on.  IfTogo.arid Rojestvensky > do not  _come;together pretty soon, the war  correspondents will have a hard time  to get news worth reading. If they do  mix'up, the man with the long name  will wonder what has happened.   m J  A subscriber asks the Pioneer when  the people of tHisj place are likely -to  have the convenience of receiving mail  over the Gt. Northern railway���mail  that now loses an entire day hecause,no  mail is carried to Phoenix over ,the  railway built by James J. Hill. The  query is not an easy one to answer  satisfactorily, for the simple reason  that no one appears to know���not even  the officials of the postoffice department at Ottawa. Here, is the way  such things are brought about.  MS  Before the Great Northern was running regular passenger trains to Phoenix the Board of Trade petitioned in  regular form for a mail service. In  due course of time this was brought to  the attention of Inspector Greenfield,  of Vancouver; in time he communicated with the deputy postmaster general;  then a few more communications  passed and bids were asked for carrying the mails between, trains and post-  office. By this time, doubtless, the  department at Ottawa had communicated with' the department at Washington, and that department probably sent  a communication through the string of  various officials till it arrived at the  one having charge of the mail serviee  from Spokane north over the Great  Northern.  ;. *��� - .  , Thus, . it can be seen that about  three months have been used up in  the interesting' process of unwinding  red * tape, and how mahy miles more  must be- unwound' deponent sayeth  ���not.* jTheyMiiay fighHfc,out;ononis,  line'if it,'.takes alL summer, but no  one .seems to krow just when the  postoffice department ar. Ottawa,  with its fat surplus, will awaken and  grant the petition. In the meantime,  also, it will, require two days for the  transmission of mail matter between  Spokane and Phoenix���a distance  that is travelled every day in the year  by a regular passenger train in about  eight hours.  That Pale. Tires Qlrl.  , 'She"is in society, in business, at  home, everywhere yotf see her, but  always worn and fatigued. She hasn't  heard of Ferrozone or she would be  perfectly welL How quickly it strength-  jens���what an appetite it gives���what a  glow it - gives to pallid cheeks. The  nutriment contained in Ferrozone puts  Kootenay Engineering' Works  NELSON, B. C.  Pounders and Machinists. RqaWmr ��. Jobbiag . Socially.  ,     ,   .,���,����� for the CBAwroBDborBLBRoPBAsBUi. Tramway Systkk. Limited.  cation.   Soecial attention given to mail oruem.   op Tn...Ifi   M*ria��w��r    P. O. Box 493,  B. C. TRAVIS,_2nanager,       Nelson, b. c.  cation.   Special attention giv  Office and Works,  Foot of Park Street.  D. J. MATHESQN,  INSURANCE AGENT,  KIRK, LIFE, ACC.DENT.  Commissioner for taking; Affidavits.  Phoenix, B. C  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  I Hotel Balmoral Piinvrwiv   it   O  Cor. Hirst & Knob Hill Ave.   rltOENIX, IS. L.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Silverton mines shipped 80 tonssof  ore in April.  ���' Preliminary tests have been madeat  the new Le Roi concentrator.  From April 27th to May nth 79s  tons of Slocan ore were shipped through  Kaslo.  The Sullivan mine is now controlled  by the American Smelting and Refin  ing Co.  Last week the Sandon mines sent  out 64 tons of lead ore and 120 tons  of zinc.  A rich sttike of galena ore has been  made on Howe Sound, near the Britannia mine.  The payroll of the Rossland mines  for the month of April reached the sum  of $81,503.  Kossland ore shipments last-week  were 6,300 tons, or 128,114 tons thus  far for 1905.  S. S. Fowler, the Nelson mining  engineer, is negotiating, for a lease on  the well known Whitewater mine in  the Slocan.  A' five-drill compressor plant has  been ordered for the Wilcox mine,  near Ymir, by the Broken Hill Mining  and Development Co.  The La Plata Mines Co, has been  incorporated, to take over the Molly  Gibson mine, on Kokanee creek. ' It  has a capital of $2,000,000. ,  One of the latest attractions secured  for the Dominion Exhibition to be  held at New Westminster from Sept.  27 to Oct. 7 is an exhibit that will be  illustrative of mining _and smelting  operations, arrangements for which  have been made with the Hall Mining arid Smelting company of Nelson.  The Reward Mining Company is  the name of a company of Minnesota  capitalists which has been recently  formed to exploit Netlie L. mountain  on the South Fork of the Lardeau.  The company has secured 19 claims  which they propose to develop by  means of a long tunnel.  Awful PossmiLiTV.���H Togo and  the other fellow don't fight pretty soon  the audience will be making a rush to  the box office to get it's money back.  ���Montreal Star.  Dewey Predicts.���Admiral Dewey  predicts that Rojestvensky will whip  Togo. - He must Jhink the Japanese  fleet is a poorer affair than the aggregation of tubs he put out of business  in Manila bay.���Vancouver World.  Very Best Thing.���The amalgamation of the big Rossland'mines is  the very best thing that could happen  to the camp It means Increased  prosperity for everybody directly or  indirectly interested.���Rossland Miner.  Secret Out.���It is recorded that  when Linevitch ' kissed his troops  many of the soldiers were moved to  tears. Probably, however, if you got  a bunch of Russian whiskers in the eye  you'd do the same thing.���Toronto  Star. "^   $1,000 REWARD  For ��� Case of Incurable Comtlpsilon.  *  To a person who can't be cured of  constipation' by Dr. Hamiltons' Pills,  the above reward will be paid. No  cathartic medicine gives such lasting  satisfaction or effects such marvellous  cures as Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Relief  immediately follows for headache, bil-  liousness and stomach disorders. No  griping pains, no burning sensations,  nothing but the most pleasant relief attends the use of. Dr. Hamilton's Pills  ���others not so good. Price 25c. a  box, at all dealers.  Phoenix Livery Stable  William Matbeson, Prop.  EirariTifslsItT WA^CARRIAGeT"aND   OTHER   RIGS  CVSrytningPieW HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  �����������"'"������"���^'HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY .WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  KingEdward Lodge, No. 36  A. F. and A.M.  Regular communication 8 p. m. Sec  ond Thursday of each mouth.  Hnicrfc-ciit iiieetiiies sscalled:Masoiiic  Half, Mcliule lifock.  . HIl.UHR,  SeLretarv.  OEO. K.��l{Y,  W.M.  ,  .V .  ^��s buApmiy   t\  PH6ENIX  MARKET.  The Slocan Drill has turned up, its  toes to the daisies, the reason being  simple���lack of support. -, Businees ���ul���ulfcl��� ������������.��� r   men of Slocan will miss the visits of strength into anybody. Laughing eyes,  Brother Smitheringale\ bright weekly,  as will every newspaper office in the  Kootenay. But doubtless he, the  Drill editor, will turn up in a place  where his ability is appreciated.  Travellers generally say that Phoenix is one of the best places in the  interior of British Columbia, with its  steady/reliable payroll. Every year  shows some growth in' Phoenix, and  this year three or four large buildings  are projected. Boom days have long  been over, but those of steady business  and progress are with us all the time. '  Duncan Ross, the member for Yale-  Cariboo at Ottawa, has certainly been  doing good work* for the V.V. & E.  railway before die railway committee  at Ottawa, and his arguments for granting what was asked were unanswerable.  Railway communication with the  Boundary from any direcdon has been  a bone of contention for years, and  what has been done in preventing the  building of new lines would aot be  permitted in any other part of Canada  A small contract for extension ofthe  Great Northern into the Similkameen  country has been actually awarded,  but it is, so far, all on the other side of  the international boundary line. Mr.  Hill asks certain reasonable concessions for construction on this side,  without land grant or bonus of any  kjuo'���just permisson to build, as he  ' sees fit, to the coast. And, seemingly,  contracts ate being held up till this  permission is granted at Ottawa. If it  is not granted, Mr. Hill may not build  to Vancouver at all���which would be  4 just retribution to coast merchants in    HB7r��'cat��rrhcqurci. .%k��aJi��}f.���f"^a0d,  ark* co!^ "�������- ��4����SSSBB��2:  much pains to oppose Mr, Hdls line  for'yesats.  rosy lips, bright quick movements all  tell of the vitality Ferrozone produces.  Thousands of attractive happy .women  use Ferrozone���Why not you ?% A box  of fifty chocolate coated tablets costs  fifty cents at any drug store.  OLLA PODRIDA  .  A lot of men go broke just before  the day breaks  P. Burns & Co.  HEAD OFFICE KOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, B   C.  ....Mule and Detail Meat tank.  Z Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  !��        Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Z        Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  | FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  2 All orders receive prompt attention.  8��j.rxr.r.rjjrjrjfj����r������^��������^  I. O. O. F.  SNOW8IIOH I.ODClt, NO 4  Meets every Monday Rveiilue at Hardy  Hall  Visiting brcthcrn cordially Invited/  A. S. Williamson. N. n.  Uko. K. Mkad, Kec.Scc'y.  Wm. Delahay, Ver. Kin. Secy  Phoenix Aim  NO. 1H.  Jeetiugs ou Friday  at 930p.m., Miners'  Oulou Hall.  Visiting   brethren  cordially Invited.  DAN DOCKSTKADKR. I'rea,  M.H ROY. iec��  DRINK  Phoenix Beer  .Made fiom the BEST MALT and  PUREST   v  SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality.    Ask for PHOENIX  BEER and insist  on having it  PHOENIX BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  Standard Avk. and Banner St. :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  1  1  ?  t  i  OREGON  Sho^tLiine  and union Pacific  ADBomice Rate to Portland FilP  i  IC.    A  From Spokane, $14.95 rou"d trip;  good 30 days. 'Party of ten or more  on one ticket, $11.20, limit 10 days.  Tickets on sale May 29 to October 15.  In addition occasional daylight coach  excursions will be run at less than one  fare for round trip. ��� Full particu ars at  O. R. & N. OFI'ICE,  430   RIVERSIDE AVE.,  SPOKANE,   WASH.  A Saccesslil Horsetail  tne aay Dre^Ks. ��� ��� _ v |  A man seldom acts like a fool unless J    Never allows his horse to suffer pair,  he's the real thing. He   always   uses  Nerviline  which is  he can afford to get angry.  The slowest persons seem to be fast  enough to catch a-, cold.  Sometimes you can't drop  even a  hint without breakinc; your word.  Tils Medklie Is Breathed.    .  That's why it is sure to cure Catarrh  You see it goes direct to the source of  the disease���its healing vapor repairs  the damage caused by catarrhal imflam-  mation. "Catarrhozone" always cures  because it goes into those tiny cells  and passages that ordinary remedies  can't reach, goes where the disease  actually is. Impossible for "Catarrh-  ozone" to fail as any doctor^will tel!  you. Don't be misled into thinking  there is anything so good as Catarrh-  ozone,���use it and you'll soon say  good bye to catarrh.  PROVINCIAL.  Kelowna chose its first mayor and  councilmen this week.  . Summerland, on Lake Okanagan, is  to have a weekly newspaper.  Salmon Arm is to hold its first  municipal election election May 22. -  Coleman experienced a bad fire last  week, burning out five business blocks.  Nelson and Fernie will celebrate, the  anniversary of Queen Victona's. birthday.  ' A thousand tons of Coal Creek coal  are used daily on the Great Northern  system.  Fernie's city council is considering  a $30,000 sewerage system and a  $50,000 water system.  The Yorkshire Guarantee Co. have  sold the townsite of Penticton to the  Southern Okanagan Land Co., formed  by Sbatford Bros. v  John Roberts, of Silverton, on trial  for alleged shooting at M. S. Davys, of  the Emily Edith mine, was declared  not guilty by the jury at Nelson.  1- I  Staib or Ohio, Citv or Toledo, j Mi  LOCAH COONTV 1  Frank J.Cheney makes oafi that he is senior  partner of the 8rra of F. J. Cheney t Crf. doing;  business In the city ot Tolei o. County an4 Stste  Bfoie��ld.aud that aald firm will pay the sum of  ONB HUNDRED DOLURb for each anfl every  case ofCa'arrh that cannot be -u��d Vtbeuseof  Hall's Catarrh Cure.        , FRANK J CHUMJSf  Sworn to before me and subscribed ia my.pres-  WOuld  be   ��'��.thi����hdayorDecem^r.vA.Dr;U8��bit(  (Sbal) Notary Public  lnt��r����tt v!   Ai  ,e8y���em.   ��-3^iNKY& CO.,Toledo,O.  ^AWif^fcr^^patlop.  Foops a Care for Indigestion.    .  I use Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets for1 indigestion and find  that they suit my case better than any  dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried  and I have used many different remedies.'    I am nearly fifty-one years of  swellings and strains. Nerviline is just  as good inside as outside. For cramps,  colic, and internal pain it's a perfect  marvel. In the good racing ^tables  Nerviline is always used,���because it  makes better horses and smaller veter  inary bills. Twenty-five cents buys a  large bottle of Nerviline; try it.  Latest MiBlit Stock Qiouilcis,  ASKED  American Boy -       ��W  Ben Htir - -       aK  Black Tail         3  Oies.       1   am   nearly nuy-one years ui j B. C. Copper... ��������������������� ��7 S��  ,. a     A ���-.J���olf,�����   Canadian Gold Fields        tM.  age and have suffered a great deal irom ; cariboo, camp McK (m^it.)_....     i  -    j:. .:         T    .. ��..��-    Al��.Ar.t-    n����,   t Onter BlAr ��        25  indigestion. I can eat almost anything I want to now.���Geo. W.Emory,  Rock Mills, Ala. For sale by all  druggists.  Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  Center Star - -       35  Crow's Nest Pass Coal   Denoro Mines.  �����   Falrview _         J  Fisher Maiden - ���       3  Want -���        '  Granby Consolidated. fa oo  International Coal -..-     *5  Juno        5  Moruine tilory          i  Mountain Lion.        8  Moutreat & Boston    Ji 50  STRICTLY BUSINESS  Softening of the backbone is fatal to  the advertiser.  The man who is forever looking for  a soft thing is pretty apt to find it hard.  A fair, decent running chance is all  that a judicious, business-like adver  rising campaign asks. ^   ;  Be sure that the public does ,not  forget you if you want the trade of-the  public. People, need reminding as  much as they need informing.  A great many people look upon  Publicity as a sort of fairy godmother  who will work wonders while the favored one looks dazedly on. She is  nothing of the kind���but rather a  faithful helpmeet who will do her part  if you will do yours.  Aa Ojfca Letter.  From the Chaplin, S. C, News:  Early in the spring my wife and I were  taken with diarrhoea and so severe  were the pains that we called a physician who prescribed for us, but his  medicines failed to give relief. A  friend who had a bottle of Chamber  Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe*  Remedy on hand gave each of us a  dose and we at once felt the effects. I  procured a bottle and before using the  entire contents we were entirely cured.  It is a wonderful remedy and should  be found in every household. , H. C  Bailey, Editor. This remedy is for  sale by all druggist:  Fsrraera, Oooritnlcs, Sportoroanl  Court of Reivsion.  North Star, (E.K.)   Payne.  Rambler-Cariboo     Sail Foil   Sullirau   8t Eugene    Tom Thumii   War Eagle Consolidated .  Waterloo (Ass Paid) ,  White Bear ������...  2  *a  11  'k  9  jo  3  is  Hi  M  aiD  9  3  1  So 40  3  SO  a  s  1  J5 5��  ��J  4  .    **  Ji w>  1  I  8  U  ��H  7  45  1  10  I  3  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING;  JOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've always been in  search of���and do it right. ^  Pioneer Pub. Co.,   -1 Phoenix, B.C  NOTICK.  NOTICE IS HERHBY GIVEN that the first  annual sluing or the Court of Revision forthe  purpose of hearing all romplsints against the j v ��� rEn.--Al EN AND WOMT 1 WITH  as^smentfortheyearjttosesrajde by theAa. c0niracin.BCi.0o| education, limt u . tired of  ���, , _     ���.   .,    worj,|ns, [0r small wugea to quulify 1    salaried  OJACAIAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  ^>^��        PHOENIX, 8 6.  we've the Short Unc  Tickets oil sale at all S. V IS. .Stations.  For further Information as to rates, time  traiua.equipment,etc.,address -"  GEO. J. MOHI.KIt.Geueral Agent,  Riverside Ave..8.��kane. W����'i  NOTICE.  In the matter of the "Land Registry Act," and  in the matter ofthe title to Lot 10, Block 17.  Map 60, Old Ironsides Addition to the City of  I'hoenlx.in the Province of lirltlsh Columbia.  WIIKRKAS the certificate of t'lte of John Alex-  . ���  atider Murray, being certificate of title numbered   Ma)  . jt. ,. ,L I... . I....I,i.h,.,iIi   h.ili..i,tniil nf     I,,..,  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteea.  Imported Goods.  FINE HOOIS AND SHOES  MADE  IO ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  A NU PROS  PECIORS' SHOES  A SPECIALTY.  Shop  on   Dominion Avenue.  sensor of the City of Phoenix, 1) C , will be held  in the City Office, Phoenix, B. C , c u Thursday,  the 22nd day of June A.D. 1905, at �� p.m. 0*1 lock.  D. J. MATHFSON.  City Clert.  City Office, Phoenix, B.C.,  May 13th 1905.  vrorxinK 101 ttiuMi. ���<ii*i.��- .v mm j ,     ........... ���  no. writers or shov.--r.ird: 'v.rlttrs th >uifli our  mstruclli'n by ro��i! 1'iices low: torim cas>: no  books 10 buy. fcend (or circular, stall e where  icu saw this a J nn��wl.li.h position ^ m want  Jmtekiaiionaj. Coaai ipondlxci: ciiools  ! i-rn    on. " 1  auaerniuTiny, u��ii,��i����.��".��'��"-'-��'������ ���  4178a to the aboie hereditaments, has Men loot or  destroyed and application has been nude to me  for a duplicate thereof: .....  NOTICK IS HKrtltUY GIVEN that a duplicate  certificate ol title to the above hereditaments will  be issued at the expiration oroue mouth fiom  date hereof unless In the meantime valid objection to the contrary Is made tu me in writing.  W   H. EDMONDS.  District Registrar of Titles.  Land Registry  Office,  Kamloops, B. C, April  38,1005.  Averife Prices ot Copper.  -New York���  -     Klectrolytlc. Lake.  Month. 1904   1005     1004      1005  January... .12 410 15 05   12.6"i3   15 ISO  February... 12.003 15.010 12 245    15.138  March 12.208 15 20S 12 250 . 15 350  April  12 022 14 018 13 120 ' 15 010  12.758    13 000    .....  Juno 12.260  12.300  July 12 270  12 600  August ....12.342  12 4(18  Septembor. 12.404  12,020  October .. .12 004  13117  November  .14.283  14.455  December .. 14.060  14,850  Year.  .12.820  12.000  And Boundary Mining; Journal  ; published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.;  To heal and toften the skin aud remove grease  .���   . . ,_.���d and earth, etc.. use  Tar Soap.    Albert  oil* and'rust staliiB.'palnt and and earth, etc.. use  the  "Master   Mechanic's'  StfteftSoapCo. S&ttB.  In five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined and  smelted here, with a valuation of over $12,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoenix���not one or five  miles distant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe tlie Pioneer can give you the  befit, latest and most reliable news ofthe ntinesand .smelters ofthe Boundary.  worth $10 per year���but it costs only $2, if the coin comes with the order.    Make all orders  ,$6 t$  36883153  9SBS  Is^llllllHMlMUBISISttpSS^  im Tma,"'"��Mro�������'"'''s  E$  ��-mtT-��r->f-r��'r^^��Htrrt-r'��1^ir,Ja>-w* t>tsiu^e*w>ir-w����M^*Nri��Mr^^r^^vTtMr^^  "^oraWHTM'f mtv*  M ^ftrswitfkM WArmnrW ���  P  DIVIDENDS  Ten Cents Per Share Quarterly.  Boston  Commercial  Authority;.  is   the  The Boston' Commercial, Viiicli pays  considerable attention, to. copper production; had the following in its issue  of the 6th hist, regarding' the  Granby  -  Co.:; '" '    '''"���'./.        .."   ': ..l- "  "Granby Consolidated   expects  id  blow in the extension to 'its x.netting  phut by tlie first ol July.    At prfu nt  an average of i,8boto I1990 toisofc. e  are goiny through the plain daily;  btii  after the addition is completed its  capacity will be 2,80c tons daily, providing for; a  productionof 26,000,000  to 25,000,000 pounds; of fine copper  . annually.    .;>   ���r:<^:U'y :;u-::;:-,^--i;- ���  "It isjstated officially that tlie Granby is nowrjaying its;;; copper down  in  New York, refined arid sold, at:','��.cost  of between  8  cents and 9 cents per  pounds The company is entirely out  of debt, hits set aside sufficient money  to payifi^lhe increase in smelter capacity and has Ikiught new properties at  a cost, of approximately $i6o,ocp out  of earnings.(f^Inradditidn to thisi it lias  ;a sulistantial^cash ^surplus-on  hand,  and  it is  pianhed to begin dividend  payments this fall at the  rate  of 10  cents per; sharexjuarterly; ;.;  "The ore howbeing treated  by the  Granby is. coming; largely from open  cuts, where it can behlisted down and  loaded on the cars with a steam shovel,  ���' This pre is not.;;isV:rich:.as;'that. found in  the drifts from the. shaft at a d"ptli of  400 feet;    It  yields   an   average..; of  aboutv2(5i pounds^ or fine copper and  ,   approximately; ^1.75; per tptV^ih_, gold  and   silver.    The, management   feels  . that   operations   have ^demonstrated  that, with ihe larger capacity, theaver-  . age cost of handling a ton of ore com-'  plete will not exceed $2.75.     In fact,  this low standard of costs  has already  been reached. ;This> gives basis for  ^ the hope that dividend  returns;1 even  on   a   13-cent   copper   market,   will  eventually; cause; the "stock\ to; sell >t  par, $10 per share." .; "/".''���������:���:'.':-"';  t2^��TO0B8raRH0N55S.;  ���' Pe-nwia Inviforates Mifwl and Body.  Hon. Wm. G, Hunter, Ex-member North Carollaa  JJegUUtitre, wrttei from the Census Offloe Building,  Wa*binKton,��.0.,����ifoUowa: v  "The greatest family medicine- ��vex discovered, in  my opinion, which com���� from.experience as trail  m observation, is Veraam.^^^  "The most common ���.miction to humankind In ��  bad cold. Peruni drives it ont of doors, wards off  catarrh, InvtgoriUs said givas freah strength to  mind and body. I glre Peruna, my unqualified endorsement."���Wm. O. Hunter.  GURE G^RRH  Takes Pc-ni-na  . MIbb Tilly Marr, 4^ Hth 8t^ HUwaukeo, Wil,  writes:-: ������.���'���...������;���-.- ���'.��: i: ������,'.'���:'���'...���.���A'-v?------ -:V,  "I am pleased to endorse Eerun��f��*I:found it  very efficient in ridding my system of ft serere cold  and catarrhal trouble, after Iliad tried many other  " I am pleased to endorse Peruna. liX found it  ifentinr"- .-�����-._���__������.-���  ���1 trot        thoutge D   " I took Peruna for two weeks, when I was mnab  remedies without getting relief.  better.'and In two weeks more 1 was entirely rid.ot  the cold and catarrh.  I shall take It every spring as  a tonic, as I found that it made me asuch better in  SpringCatarrh. l^;:v'^v f<;,;  Almost every one has come to believe  that spring is a season that brings derangements of the: body dependent on  blood impurities.  This belief is an old one, Is nearly universal, and has arisen, not as the result  of the teachings ot tho medical fraternity, but has been learned in the bitter  school of experience. ;''  Nervous Depression;     ;  'Depression of the nervous system at  tho approach of spring is a fertile source  of blood ���impurities/'.'  Thereare gonerallassitude,dull, heavy  sensations, continual tired feelings; with  irregular! appetite; and sometimes loss  ot sleep.   ���.'���:���!.'.....  That Tired Feeling.  That tired feeling, which is the natural' result of the depressing effect of  ?warm weather immediately after the  invigorating cold of winter, quickly  disappears when Peruna is taken.  The Proper Remedy.  : Peruna meets every indication and  proves itself to be perfectly adapted to  all their varied peculiarities. Peruna  invigorates the system, rejuvenates the  feelings, restores tlio normal appetite  and procures regular sleep.  Do Not Delay.   ..���������.;  Get a bottle of Peruna when the first  languid feelings make themselves ap-  parentin the spring. Take it according  to the directions on the bottle. Continue this treatment through the first  months of spring.  This course of treatment is no experiment; it is as positive in its results as  any fact of science can be.  A Spring Tonic.  Almost everybody needs a tonic in the  spring..'.. Something to brace the nerves,  invigorate the brain, and cleanse' the  blood. That Peruna will do this is beyond all question. ���Everyone who has  tried it has had the same experience as  Mrs. Winnifred Power, an artist, who,  in ��� recent letter from 246 7th St., Portland, Ore., says: "^^i  "1 am pioamod to apeak a good word  tor Parana, as 1found It an excellent  took: and spring asodkloe and very at-  focttve m ridding the system ot cold  and catarrh, :^;,v:'';~':'/;/ A t:; .;;;>:  "About two yeMi ago my system was  all run down in the spring and I thought  I would try and see; If Peruna .would be  of any assistance in bringing back my  health and strength.  "I found that it was splendid and all  the medicine thai I needed. In a little  over a month I was well and did not  need to take any more medicine.  "I shall recommend it to every one in  need of: a tonic, and know that I have  only to take a few doacs of Peruna when  I take a cofll and I will soon be over it."  ���Winnifred Power/ ���  Nature's Assistance. W^'a.  Spring is the best time to treat catarrh. Nature renews herself every  spring.; The' system is rejuvenated by  spring weather.   This renders  medt  cines more effective. :'������;.  A short course of Peruna, aaslatod by  the balmy air of spring, will core old,  stubborn bases of catarrh that have resisted treatment tor years,    y^yy'-yyy,  A-- Word ot Advice..'. "y^y^Sj^'  : To those whdhave been afflicted with  chronic catarrh we wish to say that the  spring season affords you a splendid opportunity to get rid of your disease, v',  It may be you have been afflicted for  several years; you may have tried differentremedies.'��������� Perhaps you have become discouraged. :;       ; ���- -o   '���'. .:��� ��� <'���}  Now Is Your Opportunity;  This failure was during the winter  mouths. But nbwis your opportunity.  Nature comes to your assistance at this  season.- '���' -: ���"  Just help her a little and she will  bring you out of the quagmire in which  you have been floundering so long. .Give  Nature a little assistance lest her struggles be in vain. '': -'.'."'::'���':���''- y'i-.  A Typical Cas*.  Geo. M. Fillmore, late lit Lieut. 8rd  U. S. Artillery, writes from 909 L St., N.  W., Washington, D. 0., as follows:  "I brooght forward from winter into  spring a sickening case of catarrh which  was making existence miserable for me,  until I was induced to try a bottle of  .Pernna.::'':';-' > ������  "An immediate improvement gave me  hope,' it not relief.; I kept up taking Peruna and It has so. strengthened and relieved me that I am now confident of a  cure. I heartily endorse Peruna for���ca-  tarrhal affections and as a tonio for their  weakening effects,"���Geo. M. Fillmore.  A snort course of Peruna now will  be just la time. During the month,ot  April you will find the strategic time to  rid yourself ot chronic catarrh, one of*  the moat persistent, stubborn diseases  in the whole list ot human ailments.  After yon have tried it you will say  Peruna is positively the best spring  medicine you have ever used.  A great many years of extensive trials  of this remedy in this class of derangements have demonstrated that there  are no failures.  Thousands of Testimonials.  Thousands of cases might be quoted  in which Peruna has rescued people  from the ravages of spring catarrh, and  put them on a good, solid foundation of  health.  We can give our readers only a slight  glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited  endorsements Dr. Hartman is constantly receiving. No other physician  In the world has received such a volume  of enthusiastic letters of thanks.  If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna,  write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a  full statement ot your case and he will  be pleased to give yon his valuable advice gratis.  Address Dr. Hartman, President of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,  Ohio. All correspondence held strictly  confidential.  Cured His Mother ol Rheumatism.  "My mother has been a suiTirer for  "many years' with rheumatism," says W.  H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At  times she was unable to move at all,  while at all times walking was painful.  I presented her with rt bottle of Cham  berlain's Pain Balm and after a few-  applications she decided: it was the  most wonderful pain reliever she had  ever tried, in fact, she is never without  it how arid is at all;times able to walk.  An "occasional application of Pain Balm  keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with." For sale by all  ...druggists.' "'������.".  Prlies For Sciooia.  New Westminster, B.C., May 18.���  A British Columbia school exhibit is  to be made one of the features of the  Dominion Exhibilion. The educa  tional advantages enjoyed by residents  of this province, with various samples  of results, will be shown to people  from other parts of the world, and in  order that the display may be on as  Urge a scale as possible it is necessary  that teachers and pupils begin at once  to prepare exhibits. Handsome prizes  will be offered for collective displays  and for! individual work. These will  include products of manual training,  kindergarten, brush work, penmanship,  drawing, composition, etc. The minister of education, who is deeply interested in the proposed exhibit, has  been asked to permit the superintendent of education to take charge of it.  m You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER     ���  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  ivliii-li gives Perfect Work in tlieshortest  time with the'greatest eaee of operation.  Write for Cataloruc.  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agenti, Phoenix, B. C.  S��S������  mm RAILROAD  Great strength; long experience and thorough equip-  nient enable this Bank to,offer prompt and efficient service in every branch of the Banking Business.  3 per cent interest on Savings Accounts.  Whooplsi Couglt.  "In the spring of igoi my children  had whooping.cough,", says Mrs. D.  XV. Cupps, of Capps, Ala. "I used  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with thy.  most satisfactory results. I think this  is the best remedy I have ever seen  for whooping cough." , This remedy  keeps the:,cough".loose, lessens the  severity and frequency of the coughing  spells and counteracts any tendency  toward pneumonia. For sale by all  druggists.  Chance lo Redeem Claims-  Owners whose crown granted mineral claims were sold for taxes in November rast should recollect and bear  in mind the fact that they are redeemable up to, but not later than the 30th  of June next, by paying the amount of  'he tax and the costs and interests  thereon at the rate of 12 per cent, per  annum from the date of sale to the  date of redemption. In the event of  the property not being redeemed, the  assessor will deed the property to the  purchaser on payment of a further fee  of ten dollars "immediately after the  expiration of the said period of redemption."  ' MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  '    ?:;''���������������.       '-.NOTICE.,'        -  J'Stirlingliam .Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  : Di-trict.  ; Whcrelocnted: In "LottieP.". camp; on Copper Ctcek. ,  TAKE NOTICE that I.'Isaac It. Hallett, ns  agent Cor Wlllinm Fsrney, KreeMinei'sCertificate  No. BSoo^GeorWW, Runilierger. Free Miner's  Certificate No. B8o533,'James Jrlnrshall, ..Free  Miner's    fertificate    No.   I'Scsjl,'    Alexander  Spokane Falls  ���y- ��� 8c-y ���':  Straclian. Free Miner'* Certificate No. 8<,73*. and  iantes B Macanlay, l'ree Miner's Certificate No.  180509, ilitemi, sixty clays from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorded for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a  Crown Grant on the above claim  And further take notice thataction, under section 37, must beci-ninirnerd bjfore the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements ���     . .,  Dated ihis I9U1 day, of August, A.D. I914-  7-13 " '   I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  CKBTIFICATE OF IMPROVBMKKTa  NOTICK.  Summit, Mayflower, Hopewell, Balsam Fractional, Cabot r*rad tonal aud Mayflower Fractional Mineral clainn, situate in the Green-  w��oil .Mining Division of Yale District.  Where loeated-tn Summit camp  Tftko Notice that I, Isaac H. Hatlott, aa agent  lor Dougald Mclnnis, Free Miner's Certificate  No. H74591; Ooorge W. Rumberger, tree  Miner's Certllieat'e No. HK0M3; and lJjon>����  Roderick, Free Miner's Certificate No. BS040I,  intend, sixty days trom tho date here-��f to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates ot  Improvements, For the purpose ot obtaining  Crown U.ants for Ihe above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ol such Cei tIBcntcB of Improvements.  Dated thlalMth dayof September, A. D. I9��4-  _6_ I. H. HALLETT.  The only all rail route between points  tuiet, weet and south' to Rossland, Nelson. Grand Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane: and  Nelson.  UFKKCTIVE MARCH j. 1905.  Leave.        ��� ������'.' Arrive  10:00 a.m '. Phoenix 5:30 p. m.  9 45 a. 111 Spokane 6:30 p. m.  .i.oja. m ..;.���.Rosstand_. 4:55 p.m.  9:10 n. 111 Nelson 6 35 p. m.  11:00 a. m Grand Forks 3:500.ra.  7:00 a. 111 Republic 6 30 p. in  Save Time all the time  BY USING  MINERAL ACT.  Certlficato of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Pilot inineralclaim, situate in the Greenwood  mining division orYalc district.  Where located���in providence camp.  Take notice'that I, Isaac II Hallett, as agent  for Thomas Roderick, Free Minei's Certificate  No BSoiouand James Marshall, Free Miner's  Certificate No, ?8a|.��9.,.|nt��>i. ^ <layS rr��'U  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,  Vancouver  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  EstabliiheJ 186��.  b?^^^^Gttt^G-V&��tt  ���) Gait Coal  9 ������-������  delivered to any part of  the city. .  HaytG?am,  ���   Oats, Wheat, Feed, etc  Large stock.  Good Dffy Wood.  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE e& McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,       oldAdrd��t.,one'       Phoenix, B. C.  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  I'nrough Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springe, Leadville, Pueblo,  ������'.'.������'!.'.'  Colorado Springe and Denver.  F^k,^ T^, mck��>c  R^nt  I * wyiijirt wft iiipcugii Naioirs API Gallery  Casrern   1 ownships DanK 1    . p���,ntc.,.hG.l..c.���.���.,m.G������d,T�����,,.��eP..,  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  ^ Pqsf Trains Daily Bet, Ogden and Denver ^  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  Palace and Toariat Sleepers, Buffet  Library Cars, Modern day Coaches, Dining Cars, Meals a La Carte.  Best Meals on Wheels.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  ���*, EAST AND VVKST.  EllfiSS^Ent^?^'    For rates and folders^I foil inforina-  L��.r.? ���>"hi,,!,,!,,., n Crown Grautof the above  tj0n rfgarditig trips call on or address  pose or obtliliihiK o Crown Grau  claim.  And further take notice that ������">      .  section 37, must be commenced before the issu  anceofsuch Certificate of improvements.  Dated this astli day of January, A. D. I9��5  I. II. HALLBTT.  Ilotpltsl Doutions.  LU of Donations received since Jan.  1st, 1005, to the Phoenix General  Hos-  Pjtttl: ..r. Hoir.il  Cashjio "j lt_ Macaulay  Ca>h|25 ��� J    A. l'.Berty  CnsliJS  a. K. H. Clark  Book Case Ho-D'ital I-ndles' Aid  Bed Linen,* do* llo-pua. R T Bgnt  (lash $5�� jas. McCreath  SprlnuOot ' A Kriend  Maple syrup   der Mtny agent of the H. F. & N. Railway or  II. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  G.F.&P.A., C. P. AT. A.,  Spokane,        701 W. Riverside,  Wash. Spokane. Wn.  M. M. Stephens, Local Agent.  Phoenia, B. C.  A pencil mark here |_  is a reminder that vour subscription to this pnpt-r is  now past due, .and the publisher will appreciate_vour  prompt attention.       ~~  The new edition of the COPPER HANDBOOK lista and describes 3,311 copper mines and copper mining companies, in all parts of the world, covering the  globe, these descriptions ranging from two lines to 12 pages in length, according to  importance of the mines. The descriptions are not padded, but give facts in the  most condensed and get-at-able form.  There are also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the History, Uses,  Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances  and Statistics of Copper, rendering the volume a veritable encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  It Is the World's Stindird Reference Book on Copier  Every Miner, Prospector, Investor, Banker, and Broker needs the book. Price  ib f& in Buckram binding with gilt top, or $7.50 in full library morroeco, and the  book, in either binding, will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address in  the world, to be paid for if found satisfactory, or may returned within a week of re-  ceiptanJ thecharge cancelled.   Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 38 Post Oftce Block, Hotifhton, Mich., U. S. A.  ^^���������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  ���'.',.������'��� ��� For Detailed Information, addrees  W. C.McBRipE, General Agent, 124Third Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.  An Unprecedented  to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Leave Phoenix   -  Leave Greenwood  9.00 a. m.  -2.30 p. m.j  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  j. S- MeCAGUE, Proprietor.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One  ytar .--..  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year .,   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  ..������,,   /Including Handsome Portrait^  yoCSrl    ^of King Edward, 17x21 inchei../--   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Stat,  both one year   Subscriptions received to iill Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Seind all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX pioneer;  PHOENIX, B. C.  Ifejv*._  '���"   1*'' >*'!, .  r<H. ���"IM  -^   'Mm  s a A i  in  ? tug  ��:-Ff i  (' 'f/ffi  J  fill  &{'  '���i.i'  51'"  ���ill'  '5'  ftl-  fcWM-  ��i-mnii!Miiuim  wtmLMunm zm
THE PHOENIX PIONEER
For Men Only
Razors, Razor Strops, Shaving Mugs, Shaving.. Soaps.
We keep everything for shavers at shaved prices.
PHONK
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SSSgiWS^S:
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In and Around Phoenix
BRIEF TOPICS OF (OCAL AND GENERAL
INTEREST TO PHOENICIANS.      , -
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,'* Dr. Mathison, dentist. -
' The old reliable, Boyle, the druggist.
J. L. Martin will buy International
Coal shares.      l     ' .
Quality first, price next; Boyle, the
druggist.        ' -"   ■"
Prescriptions our specialty, Boyle,
> the druggist. " »      p
'   Dr. Simmons,   dentist, .Balmoral
hotel June'Q to 12.
< Tom-Pickhardt reiumed Saturday
from a trip'to Oroville. >
• .For sale cheap, a child's folding go-
cart.   Inquire at Pioneer office.
j-A representative of the Winnipeg
Free Press was in camp.this week. "
-\David Whiteside, of ".Grand Forks
was in town over Wednesday night."
Deeds, Mortgages and Bills of Sale
made' out, and recorded. , Ed. ^ H.
Mortimer, Notary Public
» P..Burns & Co, are now shipping
Jive stock to Pnoenix'for airpoirits in
,vthe Boundary except Grand >Forks.'     '
Surveys on the proposed extension
of the "Hot Air" line from Republic
to Spokane, are,nearly completed.
,S. C. Holman, superintendent at the
Mother <Lode- mine, was in the city-
Thursday, on his way to Rossland.
v HXs. Cayley, solicitor, formerly
located at Grand Forks, is now a resident of Hedley in the Similkameen.
.Have you a shipment that wants
'clearing through the customs? If so,
get Mortimer.the broker.to attend to it.
' Wedding invitations and announcements promptly,executed in the latest
styles.frTthe Pioneer Job Department
Phoenix Socialist League meets
..Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m., Miners' Hall.
Readings from Socialist authors given.
Discussion invited. .       v \ ..' '
' T. W. Hodgins returned Wednesday from a several weeks' trip to the
Kamloops section, on a land hunting
'expedition, but did not locate any real
estate.
One of the attractions at the entertainment for the benefit; of the hospital, to take place on the 24th inst.,
will be a couple of boxing contests by
members of the Phoenix Athletic Association, ' 0
It is said that Burns & Jordan, the
contractors who did all the Great
Northern work in Phoenix last year,
have been awarded the 1100 foot tunnel on the 22 mile section from Oroville to the international line.
McRae, a graduate of sthe
Dental;: University  of
;o, was in the'eity last:Saturday,
Sand thinks drbp^ng^ office) ihere.
'^yM^^y^MWPPW^ :'tp£:,coastl ,:passingthe
S@ t^ ^P^^ft^i^ bc^cVlpF^cle^tal^e^mine^^
MSSi'^The'iC^
iiVV ^1p;&iiWctoria^^ P°>nts
'■%?§;^a1opgVrh£rnaiii ;..lihe'and;the':''infcrmed-.
'''"'"'" M:J^^wTjmdj0i^on^-M\^^? .*"!/*<>
W«Fhe;first■ctnaft;.of. the.v'appointments
Bovie is the druggist.
f
Any of the local mining
sale.   E. H. Mortimer
j    -     - -- ,
"Dr. Arthur, of Nelson,-'
an office in Grand Forks.
shares for
is opening
George A. Fraser, M.L.A., of Grand
Forks, was, a visitor here* Wednesday.
Hugh' McDonald, of the Bellevue
hotel, went over to Rossland Tuesday.
Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his
office^"Bank, bloc,; from "June 10th
to 14th.   "       ; ■ '. jt_    / r
Dr. Mathison is taking a two weeks'
professional trip into the .Similkameen
country. 1   > - >    , ,
Thomas Finnigan went to Halcyon
Hot Springs last Monday to spend a
week or two,
:,%, ^A.     .
7f^Northwestern)
(JlilSSBS'JiV
ysent
C.'W. Whittaker to
Magee. to'Green-
year. - Rev.
goes to Ross-
|^^^SliS|!|land^D;;M: Perley toMoyie,'and;G.
No change
Grand F^rks
Spariciii.Iahidinthe vicinity of Grand
gJiS^s^seeras to be: selling readily this
' $>ml0$2;Il., Covert sold off. mcf t of
|f?i^;e^ye|sorrie ■ weeks' ago, and ^last
e^0ci:§fei:jaMe^ another  sale; of ten
Burt Jewell, a
Grand Forks the
,360 acres was
t Wanted at the Pioneer officej'^clean
cotton rags.- \ Bring them'along' and
getyour>money. ■.< r,4,<*.,., V* '
'. J. S. Lawrence, CP.R," superintendent for Kootenay and Boundary, was
irf the city Monday.*?"* ' ',,  '
Descriptions and prices of-Mason
& Risch pianos can be had from
Mortimer, the agent. '
A chimney fire at the Montreal &
Boston office caused the ringing ofthe
fire alarm Saturday night.
Saturday night Charles^ Nelson lost
a log cabin, near the lime kiln,- by fire,
the damage being small.»*
< On account of Mr. and Mrs. Libby
being out of town, their photo studio
will be closed till May 25th.
F._'W. Hart; proprietor of the. Granby. Exchange, has opened his branch
furniture store at Greenwood.
The'Great Northern " is spending
from $75,000 to $100,000 in the work
ot4 ballasting the Phoenix extension.
" George B. Paul, accountant at the
British Columbia Copper Co.'s smelter,
was in the city Tuesday, en route to
Spokane.
This week the actual work- of construction on the new brick flue dust
chamber and iso-foot smokestack at
the Granby smelterwas'started.
I'rainloacVof laborers are already
going into the American Okanagan by
way of Republic, to work on the Gt.
Northern Similkameen extension.
•IT   " ^
May 24th wilt be celebrated in
Grand Forks this year with a firemen's
celebration and ball, for which' special
committees have been appointed-.
H. A- Baxter returned Saturday
from a five months'trip to California.
He says the climate of Phoenix is infinitely superior to
cisC^y^;:^.x:j;.'H^;;^
^ For ^Ai^^ood three^
nished /itous^
el&tnc:light, good wellarid woodshed;
AppiytaE.^
bffic£.?;iv'£;;:f^K^
f.':H;''^.VMa^
.Greenwood,' has; ereptetl a small builds
.'inj;%xQrp.Y^
business' withf the thirsty; denizens; of
fhat:lo<aiityr;S^V
; ;C.y■'$.; yShawi tormerly IpoateySai
Greenwood, was recently: badly 'injured,
in }ai runaway at Voight's camr^vnear
Princeton, where: he hasr been ''&>ing
spme;s]iiwey|in^>;v^ s-:-':-
:■ ■:'.:' Miss Grayi"^rfio, has-been | bnji the
nursing i staff pf .'the', hospital foivspme
months, left for 'Vancouver by the Gt
Northern train Tuesday,, where;:ish%
will visit with ''relatives'.   :      ;   .".?
Mrs. John Griffith, the wife of an
employee at the Granby smelter, who
was operated on for'appendicitis ten
days previously, died in Grand Forks
last week Friday, aged 62 years.
Wm. Yolcn Williams", formerly superintendent at the Granby mines, has
returned to Spokane, after spending
the winter visiting his relatives in
North Wales and in, taking a trip
through Europe.
■ The JNelson Tourist Association proposes to employ a good newspaper
man, at a salary of $roo per month, to
write special,aYtieles about the attractions of that place and vicinity. The
idea is an excellent one.
Brown & JMcKie, owners of the
•Boundary Iron WOrks,- Grand Forks,
are turning their business into a joint
stock company,' with a capital of $25,-
000. Three years ago the firm started
with a foundry on a small scale.
r Great Northern operating engineers
were in the city Tuesday, laying out
the upper part of Dominion avenue,
where there is considerable work to be
done yet on account of the changes
made by the construction depaitmcnt
last year.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Dontenville, of
New Westminster, will be in Phoenix
on Sunday, May 28th, morning, to
confirm a class of some half a dozen at
the Church of Our Lady of Good
Counsel. In the evening of the same
day he .will be at Greenwood. •
Tuesday evening a car of coal got
away in front of the C.P.R. station and
wn down ^ the grade about a mile, to
the end ofthe Brooklyn 'spur, where it
piled up in kindling wood and scrap
iron in short order. It was consigned
to the. Montreal & * Boston Consolidated.
Art hie F. Berry, secretary of Phoenix Miners' Union, No. 8, started yesterday for Salt Lake City, as'delegate
to the annual convention of the Western Federation of Miners which begins
its sessions next Monday. Mr. Berry
expects to be   absent from'Phoenix
about three weeks.
. ■-/
■HughnMaguire was in the city Tuesday en route to Oroville, Wash., where
he is starting in the saloon business in
a mammoth tent, with the intention of
putting up' a -building at once. It
see'ms settled now that Oroville will be
the warmest kind of a plac2 during
railway construction into the Similka-'
meen. >  , r>
E. F. Boyles, of the firm of. Boyles
Bros., spent last Sunday in the city.
The' firm has been doing diamond
drilling here for the Granby Co. for
the'Jast eight or nine months. They
are also doing similar,work at' the
marble qnarries-at Barstow, this side
of Marcus, for the Kettle River Marble
Co.' .,;,-....
Albert G. Irving, in the' employ of
the Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., was
drowned in Kettle river near Midway
last '"week Friday. He" was driving
logs on the river when he fell in. With
a brother, J. G. Irving, he had been
living on their ranch near Midway, and
was 26 years of age. The remains
have not been recovered.
Monday afternoon engine No. 723
on the Great Northern ran off the track
two miles below Hale, a station about
half way between Phoenix and Grand
Forks, completely blocking all railway
traffic for a day. The wrecker^was sent
from Spokane," where/trie,engine nas
taken for repairs, passengers, express
and baggage being transferred at the
scene of the trouble for one day.
t Found.
Found between postoffice and Great
Northern depot, a watch. :> Owner can
secure it by proving same and paying
for this notice.        „-     s r       ; v
**  ' ' .  '" Pioneer Pub. Co.
G. M. Fripp, "manager of the British
American Trust Co., Grand Forks,
was.in the city yesterday.       , •
Church Services
Tomorrow.
".
"St. Andrews' ^Presbyterian Church,
Service tomorrow at   11   a.   m.   and
Sunday school and Bible
7:30 p. m.
E.
• C.' W.
cordial
D. M.
class at 2:30 p. m. Rev.
MacColl, B. A., past&r.
welcome to all.
Methodist—Services at 11 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.
Perley," B. A., pastor.       ,,»
Catholic—Church of OV 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.', Paitor.
Dozens of
Phoenicians
are, delighted with ihe
Spring and. Summer suits
which they ordered in this
shop ,    . '
It is Not too Late
1 ■•      *■ t
for YOU to place an' or- -"
1 der for one made ol   the
choicest" imported  IiTsh,
.   English or Scotch goods.
We  know   you   will   be
pleased with the first-class    '
finish' and fit  wliitli  are '
guaranteed here.
We can suit you with a fitor
fit you with a suit that-you
will be proud oi.
Large range of the Latest
Stylesjp HATS and CAPS
from 50 cents to $5 each.
*   Call and examine.
R. HORRELL
"Bob" the Tailor.
Knob Hill Ave. : Phoenix, B. C.
X
New
Papctcrics
Special attention is called to our
new line of Phoenix Tablets,
[ "in note and letter size, with several views of the Phoenix mines.
We also have an immense variety of Souvenir Postal Cards,
with Phoenix and other views.
See our new stock ol w riling
papers, recently received. All
the latest novelties.
1
X
Stationers,
Newsdealers,
Tobacconists.
•'     KNOB HILL AVE.
t
The SEST. Cheapest
and most satisfactory
Clothing in Phoer.ix.
Clothing I
WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied
customers. If you don't believe it come
and examine goods.
A Full Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,
just arrived.   All new seasonable goods at old
and Cheapest prices.
THOMAS BROWN,
Men's Wear Exclusively. D0A5iacl?S!1^KolEKN1x
«*!MtftfkMM*M*»
Real Estate and Mines
Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the
leading mines I ought and sold.
G.W. Rumberger
fANADIAN/-)
y pacific ft
,ow Settlers Rates
Westbound
HOSPITAL BENEFIT CONCERT
It was expected that the case against
J L. Graham for securing" money,under
false pretenses would be heard lhis>yeek
in court at Greenwood; but it was postponed .titlnex't month.^. '• 4.;. .'■ 'j; :'fc:;:*v
H. T, Pembertoh, manager of. tjfie
Montreal & Boston Consolidated, re-
turned:this week from an extended
Next Wednesday Evening at Miners' Union
Hall. _' '
The Bachelors of Phoenix will give
a concert next Wednesday at 8.30 p.m.
at Miners' Union balL.for the benefit
ofthe local hospital, which will be followed by a social dance. Spokane ice
cream will,be served, and cards provided for those who do not cjarice,
The safe" of tickets,- adults 75 cents
and children 50 cents, has already
been large, and the excellent program
arranged promises to bring out a full
house.   The program is appended:
1. Piano Solo ^^. .H. James
2. Quartette, "Robin Adair," Messrs.
. McCurrach;.Crawfdrd,' Brown and
?£;)iWWtesideV^
: ji Phoenix^Quintette;; Jnq^McCoyv
;;;; iy Jack ■■■• Vi viah^i:H. ';;James;;^ CJ'i'^HS
;"^;FlQbfJand'fe
Reading, Selected.;..J. L. Martin
Piano Duet;..H. James ahd:C. H.
Flood;it;; :.'.'?':,;::;:?;^-r;'-H :• >fe/-p
;r<the/.Petr^^'^fy^:.Messre;vM^
GurrachandTurner^ /    ~
Vocal Sblb:;U W,^^:G. Hi*Flood
>'Will^ejNQieome:Bac|c:: Agajh,!;,
;J ;:;;;';.;\fesrS;^5^Cnrra^
£i::ifBjrpw.ri\and-WWtesid'^
ijrjii; Sketch; I'Escapfed From the A^y-f
.':'.'.- luhi,";^Messrs. Lewis'arid Jarries,
16. Solo;^Sweetest.Stor^EverTbld,?
:   , GebrgeD. Turnen    ' ;-"'!;\"'''v
iT.;^elodyCpverture, Seotchf Melb-
■^•.';'dies^
12. fPhbenix Qfliiuette. *■'"^"^v;-^';:;;^*
12. Boxing Contests..., H. A; Muhroe
'0^vs.-ijalraer C<^k;a.nd:PhiltMcC^s-;
''i:-s*ktU'$Si ?H. ':HS; BrdwnT: '/^;? '\M%
TRADE MARK
TRADE
MARK
Indelibly branded
of'all "LECKIE
stands for "better
the s=mie money"—
on   the  scle
noo rsi" It
footwear for
-honest  west.
ern footwear- made by * western
people for western trade. 'I'hey
ate all leather and built for ser-
vice, without sacrificing appearance: . Ask ,your .dealer for
\LECLIE BOO rs," and look
for the above trade mark on the
sole.        ::        ::       ::        ::
MANUFACTURED BY
From
Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime
Provinces,    hew    England
United States Points.
To
T
Kootenay   and  Pacific Gust
Send for your friends while
low rates are in effect. Prepared tickets delivered by
mail or telegraph without additional cost.,,
Information   about   Phoenix  and the
f
Boundary country given on application.
Dominion Ave.
Telephone No.-28.
■MM***
■oi Phoenix, B. C.
•***em$mmp%*um*e*$MM*aM
amps
vea^SMieB**M*n*a
Phoenix Branch
ofthe
Greenwood Steam Laundry
DAN DOCKSTEADER, Mgr.
Having opened a branch ofthe above laundry we Solicit a shate
First class \»uik at living prices guaranteed.
Spec ialty of short notice work.
Only Union Help Employed.
Domlnloa Avenue
■wiwswtsa
»^»*»»j
of the public patronage.
Goods called for and delivered
Olllce aJJoiilif Black's Hotel
•**■*
*a0M0*m
Ed. Black,
WATCHMAKER
AND
JEWELER.
Westbound Tourist Cars
Leave Montreal Sundays and
1        , Thursdays. ^ '
'"   Leave Toronto Tuesdays and
Saturdays.
Leave St.'J'aul daily.
, For rates, folders, and tickets apply
to local agents or to
A. W,
Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
Fine line of seasonable jevelry always on hand,
FIRST ST..
'HOENIX, B. C.
Haley,
Agent,
Phoenix, B,
E.J.Coyle,.
A.G.P.Agt.
Vancouver. B.C
J. S. Carter, I), p.
Nelson. B C.
GRANBY
EXCHANGE
Complete J Iousefurnishings.
VI-
S.:
9oeo»»ooeoooooeedeeaeooeoo
FonnHed 1802—-Inrorpoitited 1893.
NEW WESTVIINSTER, B.C.
An
Elgin
Watch
nnd keep
up    Ullfl.
I lie time.
The onlv
reliable watch to ratry.       -   '
Watch repniiing a specialty.
George Evans
Painter and
House Decorator.
^,, PHOENIX. B. C.
Sign Writing on short notice.       :      Estimates promptly furnished
'Mmrnmmfflmb,
Grand Hotel
Corner Howard and Main Sts.
Phoenix People
nnd British
<'(ilutnl>i»n8
generally will find n home in ^pokaiieR1
the tfrawl Hotel. Ree/mlly remodelled
aiul rt'lnrnif-lied. Under the management of R. E. Phair, late of Hotel Phair,
NeUon. 15 C. - ■,
All Briti?h Columbia papers on file.
European plan. Rates 50 cents to $2.00
per dav.   Free bus meets nil trains.
-oPruvides. a Cliriatian l>oirie forstud-
sntajpf both'sexea. at ;'moderate rateB.
Has a preparatory class.for junior': ^tud-
:eiite,'dpiriK giadeir'public, school work.
Does high ;st:hf>pl; work;, confers allliigb
school priyileges, aiid prepares for teaqli-
ei-s^examinationB. '.Teaches all-branches
of a Practical Business Course and gives
BiplomaR/^Gives/a liberal education in-
its. Collegifite Cou«-Be and in the Ladies'
poure>.,for;M.E.I>i"ahd M.L.A In University wiirk.'ckn take students through
the complete Arts Course, and tlie degree of B.A. can be obtained from Tor-
imfp;University;1'which tlie' college is • in
ltit affiliation.   .   :; '■::■ :'';i;- ;
: - For fuller infonn'atioh and terms write
Rev: W, J. Sipperell, B.A., B.D , Princi-
pal;o6jtev>' J..; P. Bjwell. Bursar.
HospltBl Oooatibas. ■■." ■'•'■'"      ;...,-•':-.
.':''Xii<tpLDoiiati6ni8:-Teceiye(l:'''siiice-Jati^
let, 1905, to thePhoenix General ^Hospital: ■ '...';':-' '•:"',"';':>.' ;'
Cashjto.^.;.;.. „;....;.■..„„•.  R. Hoirell
Cahh $23......  ....„ .J. B. Maeautay
Cashfc.^;.-.:........^....,..;,.. ;...■.„;...; a/. t»,'BeriV
JJdolc:Ca«r..:......i..„-.. .;.i;......'...i...-:;.A. fcH.-G'Isrk
Bed Linen,4 do*. —Hospital Ladin' Aid
Cash Iw...   —    '
Cash
Cash S50...
$10....
E T.Baot
Jas. McCrtfRth
rArrow Lake, B.C.
tripfshto'the Similka^
^:inthecit^Wedji^d^
VtSw The most perftcty appointed Hn th
and Pleasure Resort hi the'West, with o^com-
pletesysteni of liatlis—Including Turkish aii I
Itusslaii. Open the year romid. The curative
properties of Us waters arc unequaled. s •
. For Curing nil Rheumatic. Nerrout and Muscular '('roubles. '
For Healing all Kidney, I.tver and Stomach
ailmeiite, -.:...       .■;.'i.-,'i ,:.•:'■,'..'•, .;-..
■', For'«iluii'iiatlug all Mtfalli'ePois»ii8 froiu the
Sy»teni-      . v..
^jThe grandeur ol the scenery  is unrivalled
JHouulalns.snow peaks, forests, takes.water'alls,
boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursir ns
teS3"*   "* wi"ter climate is aoanrfasswt for
latUIipQs,   , .,_ '.N. ....
"THE
TRATHCONA
B
NELSON, B.C
TOMKINS, Manager.
The Leddin? ilofei of the ilcofecays
Special Rates to Commercial Men.
Good Sample Rooms.
K Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit y ou will
find a choice selection, iu; our line of men's stylish clollnng
for summer. We sell the kind that wear well and look well.
Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.
Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of thrjse'new
spring blocks, in Black and Brown, afso a 'nice range of
straw and linen hats.''..'.'•'•'
Men S ShoiJS Our line of 6hoes is complete, you should
see them before purchasing. Our patenbcalf dress shoes
and oxfords outshine them all. ,' '   ' 1       .
Boy Stfits A new lot "of perfect fitting norfolks and   three
piece suits, stylish. •'■'■':',
See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies'Collars,
Indies'Shoes, Ladies'Linen Underwear, Children's
Wash Dresses.
Girls'and Boys'waists.
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