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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 17, 1906

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 plONJEEli   ANNUAL  ,,,,,..,,..,=_..,.~OR��� ���-���������- ���    '     .  Holiday    Number   for   1906.  5,000   COPIES  Fully Illustrated Price 25 cents.  ���'yfyi  yj;i  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL  NOV 211906  WCTOR^^uS  ORDER COPIBS^R^Y^  -rr���������-��� For the ���---.��� -���,--  oneer Annual for 1906.  BETTER THAN EVER  100 Illustrations. Price 25 cents.  Sk.vknth Year.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1906.  No.  mpm09j^t9>^m^9j0t09��tm^0t0t09m9^9\  TtlE     JESJTG     &1^<ZP����JE>  MEN'S   FURNISHINGS  DEPARTMENT  COMING AND GOING  The snow has arrived and with it  the cold weather which compels us to  purchase warm clothing. Below we  'give you a few reminders:  Men's Mackinaw Coats    -  ." " Pants  "     Heavy Canvas Coats  $5.00 to $7.00  3-75  $2.50 to   4.50  Overcoats, New Styles $1 2.50 to 25.00  Underwear $2.00  to   2.50  "        Extra Heavy     $3 to   3.50  Monarch and Knit-tofit Sweaters all styles -        $'-50 to 4.00  Heavy Cloth Caps      -      75c to 1.50  Heavy Wool Mitts and Sox at all prices  Our stock of men's Rubbers, Overshoes and  German Sox is now  complete. Quality and  prices   Guaranteed.  m*^n*pm*9t^9**  *waana*^aaaaa-*taa^aaa��a��*a>Aa-4fa��ata>a��a  ^r^r^r  Mayor Rumberger went to Spokane  on Thursday's train.  L. A. Campbell was over from Rossland again this week Wednesday.  Jeff Davis, Grand Forks merchant,  spent Wednesday night in the city.  Dan Thomas, one of ihe Rossland  old timers, was in the city yesterday.  T. J. Gallagher, V. V. & E. contractor, was here Sunday from Midway.  Supt. O. B. Smith, Jr., of the Granby mines, went down to Grand Forks  Thursday.  C. E. Lane, head electrician for the  Granby Co., came up from Grand  Forks Wednesday.  HA. Munro and wife, formerly Miss  Dunlop, returned Monday from a wedding trip to Spokane.  Andrew Willey and bride, of Cascade, were registered at the Hotel  Brooklyn early this week.  W. Y. Williams returned to Spokane  this week from a month's trip to old  Mexico on mining business.  Alex McDonald left Tuesday for a  trip to San Francisco, intending to  stop also at Portland and Astoria.  Harry E. Silke and wife were up  from Midway Monday, Mr. Silke  being connected with the Great Northern survey.  Mrs. J. E. Bell returned Sunday  from a trip to Kaslo, and left this week  with her sister, Miss Cameron, for a  visit to Spokane.  Supt. S. C. Holman, of the B. C.  Copper Co., Mother Lode mine, was  here last Sunday, and early this week  he visited Spokane.  Judge W. R. Williams left Thursday  for a trip of a month, which will take  him to East Kootenay towns and possibly as far as Winnipeg,  John A. Miller, wife and child, who  have been spending some months at  his old home of Storm Lake, Iowa, returned to Phoenix on Wednesday.  CHANGING ORO  TO B.C. COPPER  Boundary Mining Notes  Important     Notice     to  Shareholders.  Oro  Basis  of Transfer About  To One.  J 00  11115! 5ME5! STOVES  Alhough we have been blessed with  unusually fine weather this fall, you  must not think it will continue forever.  So make up your mind that we are going to have our usual amount of cold  and winter and when sodoing, also make  up your mind to buy your new Stove  from us. We have them in great variety,  and never before has our stork of  Stoves and Rans-.es been so complete.  This is a partial list of the lines we  have in block.'*        ::        -        :: ::  Heating Stoves  Air tight Queens, from  Air tight Cottage, from  Premium, its a   beauty,  Best," from  Coal Heaters, for those  burn coal, from  Cooking Stoves, Iroin  $ S-����  16.00  'Our  who  20.00  15.00  1S.00  to $12.50  "     17-5��  23.00  20.00  23.00  Sterling Ranges  This is Where We Shine  Our Marvel, with  Reservoir  Our Wayne, with high warming closet  "   Superior '   "   Stewait   "  Beauty"  high wanning closet     & $36 ����  11 1. "    and  (a:     ,\Q OO  ("    43-����  (a,     48.OO  ��  Our Souvenir, with  high  'Our Best One"  warming  closet  @  55-00  65.00  Our stock of Granite Ware was never  mor.e complebe, and we have also  just received a line of Aluminum  Ware, comprising Tea Pots lea  ' Kettles, Rice Boilers, Stew Kettles,  etc'.The lightest thing in the way ol  cooking utensils you ever used  h  eh  e*>  fa  fa  eh  fa  (f  I  \/  \)  fa  e*>  eh  fa  ���  fa  T  r\^  4*  ���f=#=#^��=#=#oo#=#s#=##^  A. B. W. Hodges, local manager for  the Granby Consolidated, who has  been east for the last five weeks, returned to  the   Boundary   Wednesday.  John Kirk'ip, the genial gold coin  missioner, assessor and government  agent at Rossland, was here Wednesday making assessments for the 1907  roll.  H. F. Libby, who has been looking  after his mining claims at Bonanza  siding, and incidentally took a bunch  of horses lo winter at Shield's Landing,  returned on Thursday.  L. Y. Birnie returned Monday from  a trip to the Cariboo, Camp McKinney, of which he is one of the lessees.  He was accompanied by G. L. Mc-  Nicol, and they brought in a deer with  them.  Harry Nash, who conducted the  first regular hotel in this camp, over  seven years ago, called the Phoenix  hotel, came in this week from Molson,  Wash., near which place he has a prosperous ranch.  W. P. Kenny, assistant to Benj. F.  Campbell, 4th vice-president of the  Great Northern, was here Monday in a  private car, accompanied by P. H.  Burnhani, the district agent of the company at Grand Forks.  W. C. Thomas, of the Dominion  Copper Co., was up from Boundary  Kails Thursday, accompanied by W.  C. Cummins, the purchasing agent,  and made a trip to the cbmpany's  Athelstan mine, Wellington camp.  WET WEATHER  IS A GODSEND  Smith Curtis, secretary-treasurer of  the Denoro Mines, Ltd., owner of the  Oro Denoro mine in Summit camp,  and oiher properties, by order of the  board ot directors, has sent an important notice to the ahareholders of  the company, regarding the sale of the  mine to the British Columbia Copper  Co.  On the 30th of June last the sale  of the Oro Denoro mine was authorized at a shareholders' meeting, the  consideration being 15,000 B. C. Copper Co. shares. After payment ol expenses the distribution of B. C. shares  will be at the ratio of one B. C. share  for* about roo (probably 97) Oro  shares. As'several of the shareholders  of the old King Mining Co., succeeded  by the Denoro Mines, Ltd., have never  had their shares transferred, the exact  proportion cannot be determined until  an official audit is made. The following suggestion is made regarding the  transfer : Holders of Oro Shares entitled to five or more B. C. shares will  receive the same in due course on depositing their Oro shares with the secretary of the Oro company. Fractional parts, above or below five, can  be turned into cash, through the Oro  company, the secretary of which will  have them, or their combined equivalent, sold on the New York curb, the  charges for such sale in considerable  lots being much less than if each fractional shareholder sold himself. No  sales will be made until reasonable  time for all interested to respond to  the secretary's notice.  There will be a charge of 25 cents  for each B. C. certificate issued, to  gether with the New York state tax of  two cents for each B. C. share, to be  deducted fcom the cash distribution.  B. C. shares are now;^eeling around  $14 in New Yoik, which gives a total  valuation of the B. C. Copper Co.'s  property of nearly six million dollars.  Ferml-if New Company.  The secretary's notice also states  that it is deemed advisable to wind up  the affairs of the Denoro Mines, Ltd.,  and to form a new company with  modest capital to take over the other  mineral properties of the corporation,  the chief of which is a half-interest in  the Hungry Man claim, not far from  Nelson, a copper proposition with good  pay ore, and whioh is equipped with  steam hoist and pump. The Denoro  company has already contributed an  excess of $1,000 in development work  on the Hungry Man over its co-owners,  and expects to acquire for the new  company more stock so that it may  maintain a control in the new corporation. The winding up of the Denoro  Mines, Ltd., is thought best for the  protection of the investing public.  Meetings of the company were called  for Nov. 15th and Dec. 3d, to confirm  the proposals.  At the E. P. U. the long tunnel is  now in about 175 feet.  Excellent ore has been found in a  winze from the 140-foot level of the  Elkhorn mine.  Work is now proceeding on the  Prince Henry under contract, to a  point below the 200 foot level, when  drifting will be started.  The 20 h. p electric hoist for the  Bay mine, is expected to arrive daily  by E. G. Warren from Denver, having  been shipped some weeks ago.  This week the Granby smelter has  been operating four and five furnaces,  according to the celerity with which  the Great Northern could deliver the  heavy shipments of coke from the east.  The force at the Mother Lode mine  is now kept up to about 200 men, in  preparation for the heavy shipments to  start when all three furnaces at the  company's Greenwood smelter are  blown in.  COAL STRIKE  SETTLEMENT  Agreement Reached Between  the Parties.  But Union at Fernie   Awaits  Mitchell's Word.  Paying City Taxes.  City Water Supply Again in  Good Shape,  While repoits fiom many points are  to the effect that the wet weather and  rains of last week have wrought havoc  and great loss of property, the result in  I'hoenix has been a Godsend. Up to  two weeks ago the main supply of water for domestic purposes in Phoenix,  Marshall lake, had gotten down to a  very low ebb, and conditions were beginning to look serious, with winter  coming on, when little moisture in this  climate might be expected. 'In some  localities the springs that had been relied on by householders had dried up  almost entirely, and no little anxiety  was felt for the future.  The rains and damp snow, however,  which have been with us in abundance for a week or ten days past, have  served to fill Marshall lake almost to  its brim, placing il in better shape than  in years to begin the winter and  ing weather. It would now appear  ceitain that there will be ample water  for all ordinary purposes for this winter. The skating and curling rinks,  seemingly, can also now be supplied  with aqua ptira, whereas, the managers of those concerns did not expect to  e able to get water from the city  mains on account of the then severe  shortnee of the fluid in Marshall lake.  Thursday, November 15th, being  the last day in which city taxes could  be paid to secure ad vantage of the one-  sixth rebate, the city collector, D. J.  Matheson, was kept busy that day  writing receipts, more than $3,000 being taken in on that day alone from  municipal property holders and those  outside the city limits, but in the  school district limits, from whom taxes  were due. After January 1st delinquent  taxes will carry eight per cent interest,  according to the amended Municipal  Clauses Act, instead of six per cent  per annum, as heretofore. The total  tax roll for the year amounts to over  $6,000.  Nine four-horse" teams are at present  employed hauling Napoleon ore to  Boyd's for shipment to the B. C. Copper smelter. As soon as the aerial  tram is finished, ore hauling will be  done away with. r>  Returns of $132 per ton were received from the car of ore sent out  from the Duncan on the West Fork.  The owning company, the Wallace  Mountain Mining Co., has had 75,-  000 shares of treasury stock underwritten in Montreal.  It is expected that the West Koote-  nay]Power& Light Co.'s high tension  power line branch from Phoenix will  be completed to the Emma mine, Summit camp, in the course of a month,  when the new compressor can be  placed in commission.  Last Saturday was payday in camp,  and about $70,000 was distributed in  wages here. Altogether, throughout  the Boundary the monthly pay for October for miners, smeltermen and railway employees engaged in hauling  coke, ore and bullion, was about $200,-  000.  At Boundary Falls the Dominion  Copper Co. is now operating part of  its machinery, including one of its  blowers, by electricity, taken from the  lines of the Cascade Water, Power &  Light Co., and before long will have  discarded steam entirely for motive  power.  Unwatering of the Cariboo, in Camp  McKinney, began this week by the  lessees who lately took over the property, and will continue now uninterruptedly. The wagon haul for the  concentrates is but five miles against  about thirty miles formerly, owing to  the  construction of the V. V. & E.  Several days ago at the Granby  mines one of the largest blasts yet set  off here, as far as results go, was fired.  It was at the No. 1 level of the Knob  Hill, and 24 holes were drilled, being  loaded with something like 500 pounds  of powder. A couple of pillars were  knocked out, and perhaps 25,000 tons  of rock came down, most of which was  ore, and which had to  be dulldozed.  A dispatch was sent out from Fernie,  the center of the East Kootenay coal  miners' strike, last Monday night, announcing that the strike had been declared off, as follows :  The strike at Fernie is off, the coal  company having all their contentions  conceded. Mr. Buike called upon  General Manager Lindsay at his office j  at 8:30 last night, and after a  conference it was announced that Mr.  Burke unconditionally conceded that  all the contentions made by the company were correct. The following is  the statement which was drawa up and  signed by General Manager Lindsay  and Mr. Burke :  Tbe Houfe Tbai Jack Balll.  In the Pioneer office it was not  thought that Ihe coal miners' strike at  Fernie would affect the motive power  for the machinery in this establishment, but such is the case, and strong  arm work has lately been the rule as a  result���as in former times. And  this is how it happened.  Because of an alleged grievance, ihe  miners struck: and because the miners  struck thc coal supply was short; be  cause the coal supply was short, the  Great Northern could not run its ore  tiains from I'hoenix regularly; because  the ore trains did not run regularly,  the No. 3 tunnel at the Granby mines  could not be operated steadily when  the ore bins were full; because the  No. 3 tunnel was quiet the electrical  locomotives were not used, the current,  which the Pioneer buys from ihe  Granby Co., was not available continuously; and therefore the recourse,  temporarily, to the one man power  on the generally electrically driven  presses of the Boundary's leading excitement.  Night School.  For the benefit of those who desire  to obtain a practical education or  further their studies, and more particularly for those who wish to take up  commercial work, a night school will  be opened here early in December,  conducted under the personal direction of W. D. Lav.-son and C. L.  Thornber. The subjects receiving  special attention will be, bookkeeping,  penmanship, arithmetic, spelling, English grammar and correspondence.  Mr. Lawson, who is an honor graduate of the McLachlan Business University, one of the best business schools  on the continent, is a first-class accountant, as well as a fine penman.  As for Mr. Thornher, our public school  principal, no further introduction  should be necessary. In bookkeeping  the famous Budget System will be introduced, the most thorough and practical business course now in use. For  further information regarding tuition  fees, etc., consult Mr. Thornber, or  Mr. Lawson of the E. T. Bank.  MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT.  I, Thos. Burke, acting for President  Mitchell, and sent to Fernie by him to  settle the strike, find that the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal Co. were promised by  the conference committee which framed and signed the agreement of May  23d, 1906:  (a) That there would be no refusal  to work with non-union men.  (b) That the issue of the closed  shop would not be raised.  (c) That President Mitchell would  not permit a strike for any such purpose.  (d) That it was relying on the faith  of these promises that the discrimination clause in the previous agreement  was omitted from the agreement of the  23d of May, 1905.  I further say that President Mitchell,  had he been advised of the aforesaid  promises, would not have ordered a  strike nor sent .his telegram dated September 1 ith, 1906.  , It is therefore agreed between myself and Mr. Lindsay, acting for the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.:  1. That there shall be no discrimination by union men against nonunion men or refusal to work with  them.  2. That all men who joined the U.  M. W. of A. since September nth,  1906, and signed to deduct dues under article 5 on or after the said date,  are released from the said agreement  and their signatures to such orders  shall be and are canceled and they  may re-join and re-sign at their option.  3. That the monies collected for  the union by the company for dues  in October from the September payroll  shall be paid over to the union. j  4. That inasmuch as the present  checkoff order does not last for the  life of the agreement a   new   check  off order is to be prepared and   substituted   for it which will last   for  the  life of the agreement  and  this, when  signed, the committee will accept.  5. All  men are to go back-to work.  (Sgd.)    G. G. S. LINDSAY,  THOMAS BURKE.  Witness : R. W. Coulthard.  Dated Fernie, Nov. 12th, 1906.  SETTLEMENT    HANGS.  'I'he next day the following was sent  from Fernie :  New developments have occurred  today in the strike situation. *���**".  [ At a meeting of Gladstone local  union held this afternoon, it .was "decided not to accept the settlement  signed by General Manager. Lindsay  and Representative Burke last night,  and not to return to work until instruc.  ted to do so by President Mitchell.  Messis. Burke, Sherman and Patterson left for Indianapolis tonight to lay  the whole matter before the president  of the U. M. W.  of A.  The local union disputes ihe authority of Burke to finally settle the strike.  Latest reports from Fernie are to  short ,he effect that, notwithstanding the orders of Sherman to the men not to go  back to work, on the strength of the  decision of Burke they are flocking  back to the mines daily by scores.-'I he  mines at Michel are now in operation  and those at Coal creek will probably  be in operation today. Word has not  yet been received from ' President  Mitchell, of the.'United Mine Worker's  of America. The Michel miners by u  vote of 99 to 44, decided to resume  work. ��� ���  .'. -  J.L.MARTIN EN  COEUR D'ALENES  Bonds  Group of   Claims  $100,000.  foi  A report from Wallace, Idaho, states  that the Iron Mountain and Bald  Mountain mining claims, owned by  Edward O'Brien of Mullan, and the  Fleming, Castle Bar, Tialee, New Port  and the Ballina claims, owned by D..  E. Cosgrove of Mullan, W. A. Jones  of Wallace, Timothy O'Brien of Butte  and the Edward Fleming estate, have  been sold to J. L. Martin * of Phoenix,  B. C, for $100,000, the agreement  of sale having been filed with the county auditor this morning.  By the terms of the sale $50,000 of  the amount must be paid on or before  July 1st, 1907,and $50,000 on or before  January 1, 190S.  Mr. Martin agrees to have the claims  surveyed for patents forthwith and to  put at least two men at work upon  their development prior to or on November 7, 1906, and one or two more  by December 1, 1906, and keep them  at work continuously until the first  payment is made. The property lies  at the source of Gentle Annie gulch,  near and west from the Snowstorm,  near Mullan.  Latest Prices io Metals.  I     Nkw York���Copr-er, electrolytic, $21.-  j50@$22.00;  lake.  $2175 @ $22150.  I     Bar Silver, 7l*'6  Lead. *fi.75 to *5 95.  BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.  NAME OF COMl'ANV.  Death ol Daniel Morrison.  Daniel Morrison, until about a  month ago the trusted foreman for the  B. C. Copper Co., at the Emma mine,  died last week of turbcrcolosis at Tucson, Arizona, whence he had gone to  get relief from the malady. The remains were brought back to Greenwood, at which time the company's  Emma, Oro Denoro and B. C. mines  were closed. Mr. Morrison was a  native of Nova Scotia, coming to Nelson in 1900, and was well known and  esteemed in the Kootenays and Boundary. A widow and little daughter  survive him.  At the funeral, which was held yesterday, there was an unusually large  attendance, several loads going from  I'hoenix, Denoro and Eholt  Tonight the Greenwood Dramatic  Club will appear in "Our Boys" at  Grand Forks, for the benefit of the  Catholic church  Cariboo-MclCinney���gold j S 1,250,000  Uranby Consolidated���copper j    15,000,000  �� Providence���s-.lver j 200,000  DIVIUhNUS.  Tom!  to Date !  Latest  Date  Ain't  I'er  Sh.  I.350.000  31,000  51*5.S37, Feb. iw|!  .3;S,fi3o: Sept io��6j  33,224. Sept. 1906 j  =<^#*��^"*M-aS#^aSr^^*^^**^-*-��^-*l�� ^^^^^^^M**********:******-**  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments  of Boundary  mines   lor 1900,  for  150J  ( 1902, for 1903, for 1904, for 1005, and 1906, as reported to the i'hoenir Pioneer���  Mink.      ' Camp.  Crauby Mines Phoenix  Snowshoe Phoenix  B. C Copper Co.  Mother I.ode Deadwood  B C Mine Summit  Kmuta. Sum in it  Oro Denoro Summit  Bonnie Belle-...- Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  Brookl y 11.Stem wndr.. Phoenix  Idaho I'lioeulx  Kawhide Phoenix  Sunset Dead wood  Mountain Rose Sum 111 it  Athelstan Jack pot- Weil iiKtn.  Morrison  Deadwood  K. Bell Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Foglc Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  I King Solomon W. Copper  ��� 3ig Copper W. Copper  V No. 7 Mine Central  4 City of Paris White's  A Jewel Long Lake  ��� Carmi West Fork  V Sally West Fork  V Rambler  -.West Folk  a Butcher Boy West Fork  T Duncan West Fork  ��� Providence Providence  Klkhorn  Providence  1900  64.553  ~97  5.34��  19.49-4  1901  '3L70'  1.731  IQ02  309.85s  ao.Soo  141.336  14.��ll  1903  393.7l*>  71,212  13S.079  19.305  1904           1005 1900  549,703   65j,;>Xy 730 060  "   o,<-/6  174,29s     174.567 ul Uo  Strathmoie .  Preston   Prince Ilenrv ...  Skylark   Last Chance   K. P. U. Mine...,  Bay   Mavis   Don Pedro   Crescent   Helen    ..Providence   -.Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylatk  ...Greenwood  Ruby Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Fulls  Miscellaneous.  050  8,53"  ".937  ��� 5.537  37.9* 0  J'..';0  R02  550  7.455  ��� 5.731  5.H46  3339  3.J5?  ":.75-'  ISO  560  363  3.450  111  ."��������  1,040  -85  625  ',135  2,250  87s  4��1     60s  2,000  3V>  2,060  890  99.1  400  219  7-"^  107  So  JOO  So  OO  9,4*-5  3.W7  6,404  7. .906 J  ,.'"���  I'm SI A  Week ���  11,512 $  " -���  I .Sou t  .9. ���   '.?.'���  55.731   127.1.>>7      3.M6  >.vli��h    J.'.i.u  1.833  544 k  ���54$  33  '5a  5S6  t  I  ���*>  ���  ��y ')  s-t  it  3  f,'     I-  I'll'  '*-.*7 ��,  h  y  1  H*  I  p  i!  !tf  Silt  !  fftv  II:  rans ����H2Jffi*?r* kcwser  Theire is No New Tiling  under the sun, but there are  many good things; and one of  the best things is  R. W. BROCK  ON FRANKLIN  Survey    Officer's   Views  Pixrrnising   Camp.  on  Tea. Try the Red Label.  Conservative   Report  Recent Visit.  on  The Phoenix Pioneer  And BotracUry Mining Jotcrnal.  natrso ox *atdxdat8 ��t ram  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  **r raoKirrz. a. c  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaocr.  -r.i~_t.___ 1 Bualneaa office No. i��.  Tclcp����-a | ,!.���.,���.. residence, No. !&.  able to accomplish great good for the  Boundary and their own town in particular, and if the organization keeps  up as it has started ont, it will certainly accomplish much, if every legitimate  means of advertising the country is  taken advantage of, as we believe they  will be.  ���caacairnoirs nt advakck.  rnTar.  MsMaaUl-u.   jfatfOO   x.*S  IT yarn are not a aubaer ber to thia paper, Uala  la aa iavttarjos ta yon to become, one.  aV��t*erea��usc ratea fimuabea on application.  *Lca*al notices is aad 5 ceatts per Use.  gear weekly inautloua conatttatc one monUs's  ���tlrcrtiatac.  Says the Cranbrook Herald :  Never in the history of British  Columbia has a political scheme fallen  as flat as has the "Better Terms " play  made by Premier McBride. It was to  sweep the country like wild fire, but  instead it died abomin".  Of course, doctors have the privilege of disagreeing, and they avail  themselves of it, as do politicians. It  is well to remember, however, that the  above appeared in a Liberal paper, tbe  editor of which is also Liberal organizer for the interior.  J9o6   NOV.  1906  Sia. ���������. Tim. Waa*. Tki. Fr..  Sat.  .���I ��� 2  3  4  5 fi  7  *  9  10  ' ir ii 13 14 15 16  *"7  18 19 20 21 22 23  ��4  25 36  27 28 25 30  The great Grit organs of the province, the Vancouver World 3nd the  Nelson News, have announced provincial elections as imminent something  lite forty-seven times, more or less, in  the last six -Bombs. They hare kept  at it so persistently, that they will one  of these days hit the nail on tbe head,  as, of course, they are in the confidence of Premier McBride.  ActWhsng the Boandary..  In the issue of March 31, 1906, the  Pioneer had the following under the  above caption:  "In the opinion of many the time  has arrived when it is advisable to take  concerted meastires to make the advantages of the Boundary mining district better known to the outside worid.  Not only is it a fact that publicity re-  garding a particular town, city, dis**rict  or section is in the air, and that many  such efforts are being pat forth, but it  is a feet that the people of the east are  today more than ever looking towards  the *��*est as places for new homes and  for investment. They are, in short, in  a receptive mood, and will give sach  matters a fair hearing.  ���This being the case, the time is  ptropitioas for all residents of tbe Boundary to make a long pull, a strong pu.IL  and a pull altogether for this section,  and to make it in such a way as wis  cany conviction to the audience that  may be Hsiening. Never was there a  better time to present seen a story, |  and we believe that there -was never a  better country anywhere abon: which  to talk, personally and aiso in print,  when the chance happens- Tberefore,  i* is the pan of wisdo-n to t2ke advantage of it, many think.  ���. "Tbe Pwaeex is of tbe ��panica tbat  the teas is prc-pitkes for  the Sanaa-  tiara  of an orgzsxz&5on   wlnca  shall  mate iz its bnsEness to "!e2 ibe storv of  tbe 3srr*cia*nr in the hssz rrtapner px-  sJbfe and at al dmes.    CsxiztaHsts are  already ksoHn*; ziis way, and  are ia a  recepare mood, >s wesl as  becnest-ek-  sss.    The? disne jas: the inf*ysnanao  w-fcjds soda aa arssi��zzzxx2 code zrre  tbe-s���sead  ginsa  ia this   way h  waE  hen the scamp o�� aadienrk-sy and se-  eare * Sk-vce&ble bearing."*  Las: tPttk tht Seadias r-zs&  Clupaet* Haze's.  Wash your hands with warm water,  dry with towel and applyChamberlain's  Salve just before going to bed, aad a  speedy cure is certain. The salve is  also inraJcable ibr sore nipples, itching  piles and skin diseases. For sale by  all druggists.  OLLA PODRIDA  "skia��*�� astf Skiafoc.  The poor benighted Hindoo,  He does the best he Hndoo;  He sticks to his caste from first to ias-t.  And for trousers he makes his skindco.  But it would be a coid  rroposirfoa  for this country.���Grand PoVfcsGazette.  Now Martin BarriS  Takes a whiruli  At the benighted Hindoo  Which ought to make him shindoo.���  Fernie Ledge.  Said the shoe to the stocking;  "TO wear a hole in you,"" "  Said tbe stocking to tbe shoe:  "111 be darned if von do."  SELLS MOKE Of Ca4.��lBE_1.4iys  Co��s_ SeasetfT Ths* ��f A3   tkt Others Part  Tiftftsr.  Mr. Tnomas George, a merchant ai  ML Elgin, Ontario, says z "I have bad  the Jocal agency for Gsambertain's  Coagb; Remedy ever since at -sras in-  trodocsd .into Cartada, sad I sell as  ntocb of it as I do of all others lines I  have ��n **bv sselres put together. Of  tbe many doxen so>5d -sneer snarantee. I  baTe.no: had one t^^Se retsmed. * I  czs personally rscosaaend tins rosea-  cine as I have z&sd h myself 2nd given  ���a to my cbiJdren and ai��2T? ��-hh die  ? best rssaks.*'"   For sate by all drcg^sts.  r��aaHT nsen oi Grxad Forks he-id aa  escbssaastjc caestEa-- and took steps to  carry jmo eSezt whxi *��*as r*cc>a.siesd-  t�� by tat Pkoeer e%b: zzocihs ago.  aawi fecsrn the rsiMcts of the tnesair-g  tne js,ooo dub of Grand Forks -aiU  sa-en in -a-ab go->d prospects of deeng  tborocgsJy tbe -arork hid oat for it.  Tbe vie-as eipresped aboTe are even  more appScabk: today than tbey were  tea. sp-iug, aisd the opp-srtnnides for  the disseniin*ition <rf rebabse and accurate information to those who wish exactly tbat data are growing greater  every day.  If a club could be formed, as ibe  Pioneer suggested, in March, to Jake  ro the entme Boundaiy, with member  ship froca each locality, it would be  better still, as tbe interests of tbe  Boundary are practically identical. But,  if not. then good luck to tbe people of  Grand Forks in their endeavor. There  is no reason why they should not  *The miser is as much in -wzn: of  zb&z -which a- has, as of tbat which he  has noc7" A merchant who can adver-  ��se bci: fears the expense is in dzsza  __   .   of ioszc*. a>e coert-uniry and means be-  aix-* - Jbre be Joses the tiaaksirv.  In 1900 Reginald W. Brock, of the  Geological Survey, whose name is so  well known in connection with the  geology and mining industries of the  Kootenay district, made an examination of Franklin camp, situated on the  North Fork of Kettle river, about 40  miles from Grand Forks. After describing the gold-bearing rocks of the  district, Mr. Brock gave particulars of  the more promising claims, especially  the Banner and the McKmley, and  spoke encouragingly of the prospects  and possibilities.  At the time of Mr. Brock's visit the  camp was considerably hampered by  two difficulties���first, that of transportation, being three days from Grand  Forks, and, second, that bug-bear,  which is so often the reason of delay-  in development in mining camps,  namely, the ridiculous prices put on  their ciims by prospectors, who seem-  to think tliat because a lode happens  to contain a valuable mineral it necessarily contains it in paying quantity.  Mr. Brock lately returned from a  visit to this camp and his views on it  will sliortl)* be included in the summary report of the Geological Survey  whose director has, we understand, decided to bring the report out as soon  as posslhle after the return of the field  officers, instead of publishing it in June  or July of the following year, when it  has losr half its value. Meanwhile we  learn that Mr. Brock is very well satisfied with the progress that has been  made in the camp during the past five  years. The McKinley, which has  probably had $30,000 expended on it,  and tbe Banner axe still two of tbe  principal mines, and are under development by a company, while the Gloucester, which at the time .of Mr.  Brock's -.1511, -was only down fifteen  feet, has been taken over under bond  by tbe Dominion Copper Co.  In general the ores carry only aj  small value in gold, although the Gloucester ore is reported to carry nearly  $6, a proportion surSciendy large to be  treated as a by-product if there are no  chemical difficulties.  Several companies are doing a little  work on the Maple Leaf and other  groups, and a number of prospectors  are busy on their cbirrts.  The two above mentioned initial dif-  nculries have disappeared or at least  are disappearing. The camp can now  be reached in a day from Grand Forks  and a railway is be*mg ootsstuscted fhxn  that place, which will naturally considerably reduce raining esyenses.  Moreover, the prospectors have  brought their ideas of prices and values down to a business basis, and have  realized that the mine purchaser of today wants something more for his  money than a bole in the ground-  Mr. Brock sums up bis views of the  camp in the foGowmg words:  '"'While none of tbe claims are yet  past the prospect stage (though tbe Mc  Kinley is developing satisfactorily), and  none have been proved tn any consid-  erabie depth, the camp possesses some  of the ear-marks of a mme-rai-bearmg  district Addinonai discoveries are ex-  tresnsJy probable, and there seems to  be a reasonable prospect of something  in the camp derekjpuig into a mine.3  C*-r*aaitT la Hgarcs.  An arithmetical curiosity now going  the rounds runs thus;���Take any number bt tween nine and one and add  one. Mnltipiv by nine. Drop tbe  leit hand cs first figure of the two comprising the result. Add fourteen. Add  the origins! number. Just why the  answer is always 23 irrespective of the  number originally selected is not obvious, but the stubborn ��act remains, it  is invariabJy 33. Vou can take one,  two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight  or nine and the answer is always the  same.  NOTICE.  CEYLON   TEA  The cry of all who have tasted it.  A trial will convert you.  T.-P1AD PACKETS ONLY.  ALL GROCERS.  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  I  Issues  Drafts  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable 'Everywhere.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $1.00 and up- i  wards recei\ed. Interest j  credited twice a year. j  BRANCHES rr  CANADA vv  CAPITAL  $3,000,000.-91  IESERVE  $i,too,ooo.oo  ESTABLISHED  1859.  Phoenix Livery Stable  D.  J.   McDonald.    Prop.  Fvervthimr Sp-w carriag��S and other rigs  1/TWl/lllHlg HEW  HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  ^mmmmmm^m^mmm^mmmmrHUNDRED 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 AVF~, COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  1  ���XTOIC O O 0:0 OJO C�� OCl O O O OTO O OO CfOXDX)X>  ?. 0. Sai 58-  Paoe-i. Mark��t.  ���Pbooe 2.   g  EAST.  $83.45  Phoenix  .   to   .  Montreal,     Toronto  and all points west thereof in Ontario,  and Quebec.   Quebec, St. Johns,  Halifax, Maritime Provinces,  rates   on application.  Tic Rets On Sale Daily  November 24 to December 31st  ROUND TRIP FIRST CLASS  THREE MONTHS LIMIT  Old Country Rates  $94.45  Return,  or  St.   lohn   Return   Ocean  Halifax  TUCK  collin7  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM  Hotel Bataiord  Cor. Ftpat& Knob Hill Are.   PH0Enix fi  KingEdwardLodge,N0.3<i  ���*���- F. and A. M  Regular commuoic��tlnn ��  Kmergcnt mc*:u��'."c,,V���?'i'��'.  Hall. McH.le Bhi"C,llttl.M����)��l,  O. B.  MOBUK.U  aevrrfar  R. B.  BOL'OHKH.m,  *.ii.  l- O. O. F,  S.NOWSHOKI.ODCKN0.,,  Meets erery Moiidmy Evening at Mln    .  Viaitiat- bretfcreu cordially iu��lttd. *'il  K.Silrartborae N.��  Ca��xto�� Cook. k��.' (�����..  Marcu. Marti,. Iv" %��*  ����J  Saloon  $95.00  John  Rutes.  Second  $76.00  Steerage  $54-co  and up according to steamer.  For rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  A. \V. Haley, E. J. Coyle,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C.  J. S.Carter, D.P.A. Nelson.B.C.  Application ta Transfer   Liquor Licama.  NOTICE is hereby given vhat I intend  to apply, at the next meeting of the  Board of License Corn 111 issionera of the  Corporation of the City of Phoenix. B.  C., for the transfer of the license to sell  liquors at retail on the premises known  as the Central Hotel, corner of Second  street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix. B. C, now held by me, to Axel Lil-  jen berg.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C.this 20th dav  of October, 1906.  5t   (Signed)   AUGUST JACKSON.  BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  C&ice Liic ef Frei aid Cored Meats.  Poultry, Hsh and Game in Season.  AH    Orders   Receive  Prompt  Attention.  MirkeU ��$ Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midwav,  Ehol: and all tlie other  principle Giles and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters: Headquarters for Boundarv :  "SELSON, B.C. GREENWOOD, B.C.  NOTUE.  To the Board of License Commissioners,  Phoenix, B. C.  NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned will at the next meetingof the  Board of License Commissioners for the  City of Phoenix applj- for a transfer of  a retail liquor license granted in respect  of the Knob Hill Hotel, First Street,  Phoenix, B. C. from W.J. Morrison and  James Anderson to James McArdle and  James Anderson.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C-, this 5tb dav of  November, 1906.  W. J. Mobbison',  Jambs A.vdkrbon.  A.   HARRY  __     HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  Control and Umpire ��am,1db , ���,;*ci.���v   .  plea reccired by mail or tip",, .-*���'  and returaa made next d��y |W,~'?M  elicited.   Ore ahlpper, agent.    t,p*-��,��  GREENWOOD. B. c.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  L��caI Time Iiuptclor'., S. P. J )(  (High Ctaaa Good* alway�� in Stock.)  Gkaxo Fokxi  USIOH  PiCiflC  ^OREGON  Sho inline  ano Union Pacific  ONLY LINE EAST VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Enropeandothii  foreign countries.  Leaves  UaUy  Spolrane Time Schedule.  EBectire May jo 19c 6  Arri��c  D��Uy  "TBE  MILWAUKEE"  ���THE   PIONEER  Q***~*********+��*+��***44f+'*^^*+*+*+++*+*+*+��***4f4*.4[4'9.   "����erl����'i   United"    Omaha    to  i  Pkoenix-  G^^ood Stage Line  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. m.  I  Standard Time  -2.30 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  LIMITED"  CHICAGO.  ST.   PAUL-TO  ���SOUTH-WEST LIMITED"   KANSAS  CHICAGO.  Chlcafe.  CITT TO  o*******************���***^**************************  No trains in the service on any railroad in the world equals in equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  own sleeping and dining cars and give  their patrons an excellence of service  not obtainable elsewhere.  Berths in their sleepers are longer,  higher and wider than in similar cars  on any other line. They protect their  twins by the Block system.  *- r��� FORn, Commercial Agent.  Room a. Marble Bank Bids., Spokane Waah.  H.S. ROWH. General Agent.  ���SB Third Street. rorUand. Otegon.  7.35 a.m. FAST MAIL���Tu and from  Coeur d'Alene district, Firm-  in Hon Garfield l*oir��r Pull.  man, ���Moscow, ���Pomcrov,  WaiUbuig, Dayton. W a 1 l"a  Walla, Pendleton. Maker City  and all points East ; 1.  4:30 p. ru. E-XPRKSS��� For Farmiiigto'u  Garfield. Colfax. Pullman  Moscow.Lewiston. Portland  San Francisco. Baker Citr  and all points KAST.  KXPRESS ���From all poiutl  East, Baker City. Sail Fran-  Cisco. Portland. Colfax, Gar-  field and Farminvton- ��� o.ui.a  ���Except Sunday. "M  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  For further information as to ratra, timi  trains, equipment, etc, address  H.  C. M'UNSON, C. T. A.  Spokane, Wash,  PALACE MEAT MARKET  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  and Salt Meats.  Fish,  Poultry and  SEE  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork  Your Doctor  r. ���    .   .    Can rare yoar Codgn or Celt  to qnes-don about that, but���  yhy go to  aB the trosbfe asd  TaCQBTfsnPtXe Of iooiing rrir^ Ep#  and t&ea ��fearing; Ksp-neseriptko  *S3ed.*wnea joa cam step into an-jr  drag store a Canada and obtain  a botas of SHILQH'S CURB  for a qaaa-ter.  Why pay fa*o to fire dollars  when a twenty-five cent  bottle of SHTJLOH will core joa  asaajskjj-?  Why not do as hsrndreds of  ^oosEads of Canadians hare  done for tbe past thirty-fooT  yeaxs: Jet SHTXOH be*foar doe-  tor -whenever *. Coogfa or CoJd  appears.  SHUjC  drc  witn a pos-trre g-aaranree.  The next   time voa have  Cough or CoSd core it with  attlLOH win cure yoo, and all  raggists back ap tins statement  '"th a poatrre p-aaraxiii=*��  NOTICE is hereby erren that tbe  Vaaxwrw, Yicioria. avnd Eastern Eiii-  w��.t jj>d Nirjpa-tk��a Compaar h*re deposited in tbe oSos of tbe ��egistr*Lr of  Titife ior U>e Di��trk*J of YaJe ait Kxzn-  tvszff. a p?��a proSSe *nd book of reference tbowinft tbe proposed locatSoa of  s brsi>ci> Mn-e of railway to Ibe Victoria,  shaft a: Piioenir, avn4 tbat it is tbe in-  je-atkin of tbe V��n��>arer, Victoria. ��.nd  East��ra Raiiwiy aad Na.Tiz��uiori Compter to applr t-5 tbe Board of Railway-  Cosjsiefi^oers ior Cfintdi, avt Ottiwa,  6wr week* jaiter ibe firsi pabJicatioo oi  tbis notice, ior th* necessary amboria,-  tion aixier tbe provisions of tbeBailway  Act, Jor the coastroct>?D of srxh braneb  fine of i-2.!l*"iv in sorordance -with tbe  plxn  proSIe and  book of  reference so  Dated this 2&tii <J��t of October, 19*:��S.  a. h. McNeill,  Solicitor lor ibe Vsjscoarer. Victori��.��cd  E&ftera    Bailwsy  and   Naviication  Conip*��ny-  TbisadTertisement waa first pabliebed  in the Pboe-nix Pioaeer on the 3d day of  November, 1906.  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your  supply  of  Fire  Wood,  either  for   immediate use  or for the  future.    AH orders promptly filled.  GENERAL   SAXITARV    AND   SCAVENGER  WORK DOSE ON SHORT NOTICE.  bej  L. Mclntommey  City Scavenger,  TEL No. B3S.       PHOENIX, B.C  Arcrage Prices ot Copper.  ���New York-  Electrolytic Lake.  Month.           1905    1906      1905     1906  Jannarv 15.008 18.310 15.12S IS 418  February....  15.375 17.8tW 15.150 13.118  March   15.2t>3 18.36]  15 3J0 18.MI  April   14.918* 18.375 15.010 18.681  May 14 627 18 457 M.S2A 18.734  June       14.675 IS 442 1-1.813 18.719  July   14.888 1S.190 15 005 1S.585  Anpusr.   15.664 18 430 15.-(i58 18.610  September.    15.965 19 140 15.971 19.1X  October   16.279   1C-.332   November.. 16.599   16 758   December... 1S.328    1S.398   Year.  .15.590  15.699  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T. TURANO. Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  proof.  Flrai Si reel - Opp. k'aob Hill Haul  Pboealx, B. C.  Hospital Donations'  Lidt of Donations received mnc-e Jan.  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General Hospital :  Cash $10 R. HofrtU  Cai.il $�����   J. !!. MitiiM  Cash fc..   ~  A. F.Btrrr  Book <5aae A. K. II. CUrk  BedLlutrn.4doa  Hospital Lsdltii����  ���'������h Ijo.   ..��� K T. Bs��k  Cash lie ja. McCksI��  C����h hi C.nadlan Hand Drill Co.  Spriuu Cot ��� .A. ���.��}�����  Jsaplesynip  ��� ....A W'i  I'eiKleman'a Dreaaing Gown Mrs. J. B. flop'  Old Lluen  Mrs. 1. CrawJerJ  1 Boa Books  _..Mra. B. A. **'. Hodi-J  Cashjjo _ A Grand Vorks HrlrM  Dominion Copper Co. _..FuIl Set Boilti ���������  Cord Wood....!?  ��*��� "���":l,lrt'  THE  STRAT  a preparatory class for junior stnd-  ,iTc"u8: ?ni<le public gchool work.  s high school work:, confers all hich  school privileges, and prepares for teach-  era examinations. Teaches all branch**  of a Practical Basiness Course and eires  Dipbma��. Givea a liberal education in  its Collegiate Coarse and in the L*die��'  Conree for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In Uni-  rereity work, can take students throus-l.  the complete Arts Course, and the degree ol   B.A. can be obtained from Tor-  ??.0a?i",v?|,*,tT' which the colle��e ���� '��>  lut affiliation.  P.��0rw 1ITer^,f�����>'*tion and terms write  B*v. W. J. Siipperell, B.A..B.D .Priwi-  NELSON. B.C.  B. TOMKTNS, Manager.  Tleyie;ifeloflkM#  Special Rates to Commercial Men  Good Samol* Rooms.  ogf^tfmnimpmvirivQ&im  KfW*,'?/i��t-vl4<?*'ift5l'!v.' V' J<Mlhs&iYai'2^$>&AhjE  rli lVV$"ir*$}J&rtfi��fffi THE*  PHOENIX ' !>IONEER-  7  'A  r  ���s*  V-i  V-  frtl  "*==  rroTiCH.  -N'otioe is hereby given that 30 days  from data I tntend ,to apply to the  HoDorabl* ths Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license  cut and carry away timber trom  the following described lands on Cast's creek in Tale district-commencing  at a post, planted about 30 chains  north of the water tank on the Columbia and Western railway: thence  1S8 chains east: thence 40 chains south:  tnanco IS* west: thence 40 chains north  to placa of beginning.  S.  DUNDEE  per C Dundee  Agent  Located 24th September,  1906;   HOPE  FOR  THE  SIOK.  NOTICH.  No i_Notlce is hereby glvsn that  M days from data I Intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from tha following described lands on  Moody creek. Tale district, commencing at a post about three miles northwest from the S. end of Christina lake:  thence 80 chains south: thence ��0  chains eaat: thence 80 chains north;  thance S8 chains west to place of beginning. a  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located  21st  September.  1��6.  NOTICB.  No. J���Notice is hereby given that  JO Says from date I Intend to apply  to ths Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from ths following described lands on  Moody creek in Yale district, commencing at a post at the N. W. corner  post of No 1: thence 80 chains north;  thence 80 chains east; thence 80  chains south; thence 80 chalna west to  place of beginning.  S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located Slat Septembre, 1906.  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talxko op at  HO MS AND EUS^atltK  a������  i  IMS.  HENRIETTA  MARSH..  A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE.  Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh, 7t*9 W.  16th St., Los Angeles, Cal., President  Woman's Benevolent Ass'n, writes:  ���'/ suffered with la grippe for seven  weeks, mnd nothing I could do or take  helped me until 1 tried Peruna.  "I felt at once that I had at last  secured the right medicine and I kept  steadily improving. Within three weeks  I was fully restored, and I am glad that  I gave that truly great remedy a trial.  1 will never be without it again."  In a letter dated August 31,1904, Mrs.  Marsh says: "I have never yet heard  the efflcaey of j?��runa questioned. We  still use It. I traveled through Kentucky and Tennessee three years ago,  where! found Peruna doing its good  work. Much of It Is being used here  also."���Henrietta A. S. Marsh.  Address Dr. Hartman, President of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,  Ohio,  NOTICH.  No." S���Notice  is  hereby��� given  34 days  ~that  from date I Intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special license to cut and carry away Umber from the following described lands  on Moody creek, in Tale district, commencing at a post planted at the east  side ot No. 2; thence SO chains south:  thence 80 chains east; thence SO  chains north; thence 80 chains west  to place of beginning.  3.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located 21st September, 1906.  When You Feel  Run Down  and generally ont Of sorts, with  no appetite for food, and perhaps an uncomfortable feeling:  wh'en you do eat, your digestion  is out of order.  TAKE  NOTICE.  No. 1���Notice Is hereby given that  M days from date I Intend to apply  to tha Honorable the Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  Ilcensa to cut and carry away timber  from tha following described lands on  Sutherland creek in Tale district: Commencing at a post .planted about 120  chains east from Fife railway station  on Columbia and Western railway; at  the N. E. and S. E. forks of said creek;  thence 80 chalna south: thence SO  chains east; thence 80 chains north;  thence 80 chains west to place of beginning.  S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located 22nd September,  1906.  NOTICH.  No. 2���Notice is hereby given that  M days from date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of, lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands on  Sutherland creek, in Tale district:  Commencing at a post planted at the  N.W. corner post of No. 1; thence 80  chains north; thence 80 chains east;  thence SO chains south; thence 80  chains west to place of beginning.  9.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located 22nd  September,  1906.  NOTICH.  No. 3���Notice Is hereby given that  30 days from date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands on  the S. E. branch of Sutherland creek,  in Talo district: Commencing at a  Post planted on tho east side  line of No. 1; thence 80 chains south;  thence 80 chans east; thence 80 chains  north; thence 80 chains west to place  of beginning.  8.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Locate* 23rd September, 1906.  ��� a   course   of   Mother   Sdgel's *aj  ��� Syrup ; the result will astonish ���  ��� you. Taken immediately after Ml  ��� meals it  banishes indigestion, ���  *��� weakness and depression ; res- ei  ��� tores good health ���  i    MOTHER    i  Seigel's Syrup  6��c per bottle.   Sold everywhere.  A. J. Wnrra at Co., Moj.-ra.sjLi,  NOTICE.  No. 6���Notice is hereby given that  30 days from date I intend to apply  to the Honorable tha Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands on  the south east branch of Sutherland  creek, in Tale district, commencing at  a post on the east side line of No .4;  thence south 40 chains; thence east  160 chains; thence north 40 chains:  thence west 160 chains to place of beginning.  Located 23rd September, 1906.  S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Only those who were conversant with  conditions in the Boundary district  four or .five years ago, and have recently visited its various communities  can fully realize how rapid has been  the development ot its general and  special interests. While, perhaps, that  growth has been more marked in  Phoenix than in any other section of  the district referred to, owing to the  tact that here is located the great mining industry the success of which has  vitalized and enthused every other interest, other communities have not  lagged, and all in all the general progress of the Boundary has been fc. matter of pride and gratification to all of"  its citizens, and still is.  MS  A few days since, the writer, a citizen of Phoenix at present, but having  previously   been     absent    from    the  Boundary   two   years   or  so, made- a  sortie, going as far  as   Christina lake.  We were, to say the least, surprised at  the many evidences of thrift and advancement.     Gliding  down   the   hill  to   a   point   where   the  great    Grand  Forks valley spreads before the vision,  one looks, contemplates and concludes  that here, taken in connection with the  already known   mineral   wealth   of its  surroundings, are the   most   favorable  conditions for a center of great activity  and population.    The  city   of Grand  Forks, at   the junction   of   the  north  forks    and     main   Kettle   river,     is  already a   notable   railway center, the  Kettle Valley   Lines, Great   Northern  and Canadian  Pacific railways passing  through its limits.    The great Granby  smelting works there have  heretofore  been largely the main stay of the city,  but   aside from this, it now has  additional   stays  of no  little  importance.  The development  of the agricultural  and horticultural districts adjacent to  the   city,   is   rapidly   strengthen?   its  standing at home  and  abroad.    The  Structural Steel Works recently  established there, is a great enterprise���one  that will help Grand Forks immensely  and the whole Boundary country not  a little : and even   the  great   Similkameen, when it   begins   to   need, as   it  will soon, the products  of the works,  will find it to its advantage to look to  Grand Forks for its supplies rather than j  over the mountains to the coast. Then  again there are the re-established iron  works and foundry on a   much   larger  scale  than   ever   before.    These  two  important industries a: that point will  attract others, which in turn will draw  population, population will beget commerce, and so on, till Grand Forks becomes oqe the prides of Southeastern  British Columbia.  Ma  Passing on to Cascade, we find here  enterprises indispensable to the Boundary's welfare���electrical works that  supply light to whomsover may desire  within a radius of fifty miles���The  Cascade Power, "Water and Light Co  These are extensive works, and without  them up to a very recent date, the  Boundary would not have made much  headway in developing its now world-  famed mineral resources. Here, too,  is located a great sawmill industry, with  an up-to-date equipment and a capacity  of 65,000 leet of cut lumber per day.  This affords conveniences to the citizens and captains of industry through  out the Boundary they could hardly  dispense with.  (jctcr-uats aa-aj ivst Act.  The Granby Consolidated is the  first mining and smelting company to  begin the sharing of its profits with  its employees. Recently, on the recommendations of J. P. Graves, its.  vice-president, the board of directors  ordered $25,000 distributed among its  more faithful employees. About forty  of the employees were participants in  the bounty of the company, al! of  whom had been in the employ of the  company for five years or more. The  payment was not based on a percentage of salaries regularly received, but  rather on faithful and vigilant services.  By this generous action tbe Granby  company will unite to it the services  of its best and most steady employees  with strong bondsvand the increased ,  interest  which  the  recipients of   the !  RAWHIDE IS  A BIG MINE  Has Enough   Ore    to   Retire  AH Stock and Bonds.  Athelstan Group to be Operated Soon.  " A Boston report has the following :  Advices from British Columbia  are  that the installation  of the   new   machinery and   the   big   furnace   at   the  company's generosity will take in build- j sme*ter plant of the Dominion Copper  ing up its industnes and making them |Co_ ;3 pasheQ with the customary vigor  profitable, will more than compensate wfa-ch Samuel *N*ewhouse aDpfie-s to  the  company for  its  outla).     Many | properties wilh which he is connected.  jround or in  j The entire plant is on the  transit. M. M. Johnson is superintending the installation of the machinery and furnace  and  directing the de-  large companies in   eastern Canada, in  Europe and in the United States have  adopted the plan  of sbanng in   their  profits with their employees and found I  out that it works   to  their  advantage, j velopment work, so tha: the mines will  As the companies ot" Bntish Columbia!-*^ aoic to (urnhh the tonnage of 1,200  grow stronger and wealthier, doubtless }  quite a number  of them will  imitate j  the good example of the Granby Con  HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR IT.  or 1,500   tons  per  day which will be  demanded for the smelter  by January  , 1.     Mr. Johnson is  giving   almost his  sol-dated.     The value ot steady, faith- entire a:tenljon to   Dominion   Copper  ful, reliable and energetic  employees, j qq_ af-f^-p;  whoare faithful tp every* trust imposed j     The" Dominion   Copper   Co.    has  taken over control of the Athelstan  properties, and will commence devel-  j opraent work on them at once. Several thousand tons of ore from these  properties have passed through the  bTi smelter of the Dominion Copper Co.,  showing gold values alone at between  "You are responsible, and you alone, j $7 and SS per  ton.    The   control  of  for the importation of American Shoes \ these properties is expected to prove a  into Canada." Mr. Slater was surprised j valuable asset.  when this charge was   hurled at  him I     In developing  the  Rawhide  claim  by an indignant shoe   man.    He  had -��� the great value of this big body of ore  opposed   the   supplication    of   other  is being further confirmed, day by day.  Canadian Shoe Manufacturers, for  an   It is estimated that, with copper at 1S  This Ch*rft Is Hurled at lie SUter  a Dealer.  Shoe  IMPROVED machinery  ���*��� will not. o1** itself, produce good Hour,  1 ou in-iv be -in excellent  cook, but you cannot produce light, wholesome  baking unless the Hour you  use be the kind that permits  such results.  So in the milling; machinery alone eanaot produce  Royal Household Flour  out of the wrong kind of wheat any mors than you  can make the right kind of bread or pastry out of  the wrong kind of flour.  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour is made from  haid spring wheat���a wheat that is rich in nutriment,  that grinds fine and white, and produces bread and  pastry that are wholesome and nourishing as Vfoil as  light and crisp���it's a flour that begins to be good in  the wheat fields, not in the mills.  Your grocer prefers to  sell you Ogilvie's Royal  Household Flour because  he knows the value oi a  pleased customer.  Ogilvk Hoar Mills Co., LU.  MoattrtsL  "0*iivie"*�� Book tor a Ccoi." coa-  t-iins ISO pagw of McetUfni: recipe*,  ,_, socie cover Dublished before,   "ioai  io4 grodjrcanitllyouhowtogttitFBSa  ^mg$m^&^mm��immm;mmm-mim  increase in the Shoe Tariff, and stoutly  and ably opposed it, his competitors  admitted. But his opposition, he maintained did not favor the foreign shoe.  "1 his is the way the charge against  the Slater Shoe Company was ar^ed :  "You give exclusive agencies for the  Slater Shoe. Only one man in a town  or city can have the agency. What  are the other dealers in the town to  do ? Sit still, a-.d allow the Slater  Shoe to get all the trade of the people  who want fine shoes ! Not much, sir.  We know that the only shoe that can  stand up with your shoe in style and  workmanship is the American Shoe."  And they have to have it. The buyer  pays the duty, too."  Hunter-Kendrick Co., are exclusive  agents for the Slater Shoe in Phoenix,  cents, the profits in this body of ore  alone will be sufficient to retire the entire capital stock and bonds at par.  The large holding of cash in the  treasury of the Dominion Copper Co.  should enahle this company to increase  its producing capacity equal to that  of any company in British Columbia,  and that without increasing its present  capitalization of $5,000,000 stock and  $1,000,000 bonds, which is less than  half thc capitalization of the Granbv  Co.  The phenomenal advance in the  price of copper the past three months  is illustrated in the following statement  made by a director of the Dominion  Copper Co.:  ''During July we produced about  375,900 pounds of copper. Under  the terms of the contract by which our  company sells its matte, it receives  qo% of its matte value at the prevailing price for copper on the day of ship-  healthful glov  care whether  troubles.  NOTICB.  No. 4���Notice Is hereby given that  W daya from date I Intend to apply  to the Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of landa and works for a special  llcenso to cut and carry away timber  rrora the following described lands on  tho south east branch of Suthorland  creeU, in Talo district, commencing at  �� Dost at the N.W. corner'post ot No.3;  thence 80 chains north; thence 80  chains east; thence 88 chains south;  thence 80 chains west to place of bo-  Blnhing.  B. DUNDEE!  per C. Dundee  Affent  tteeatod ISrd September, M09.  NOTICH.  No. 6���Notice Is hereby given that  30 days from date I intend to applj  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenao to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands on  tha south east branch of Sutherland  creek, in Tale district, commencing at  a post on the northwest corner post of  No. 5; thence 40 chains north; thence  160 chains east; thence 40 chains south;  thence 160 chains west to place of beginning.  S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located 23rd September, 1S06.  NOTICE.  No. 7���Notice Is hereby given that  30 days from date I Intend to apply  to the Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands on  th�� north east branch of Sutherland  creek, in Tale district, commensing at  a post on the east side line of No. 2;  thence 160 chains east; thence 40  chains south; thenco 160 chains west;  thencs 40 chains north to place of be-  innlng.  S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located 25th September, lDOti.   NOTICE.  No. 8���Notice is hereby given that  30 days from date I Intend to apply-  to the Honorablo ;ho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands on  tho north east branch of Sutherland  creek, in Talo district, commencing nt  tho N. "W. comer post of No. 7; thence  160 chains cast; thenco 40 chains  north; thonco 160 chains west; thonce  40 chains south to place of beginning.  9. DUNDEE,  per  C.  Dundee,  Agent  Located Mth  September, 19M.  Although Cascade has suffered in  the past from seveal disastrous fires,  her citizens are now prosperous and  happy. The tributary country about  the lake is being developed, and when  the mines at the lake and on Shamrock  mountian come under control of capital and the next Boundary smelter is  located there, as it is liable to be, the  long-waiters down there will be frenzied  with delight.  MS  At Fife the Jackson Bros, have put  up a substantial and commodious hotel  building, and are satifactorily catering  to the wants of the traveling public in  that vicinity.  at*  The C. P. R. is filling in the long  approaches to the high bridge over  Kettle river at Cascade, and it is estimated that it will take at least two years  to complete that work, along with the  filling in of several smaller bridges between Cascade and Gladstone.  M��  We also had the pleasure of attending a citizens' meeting called for the  purpose of devising ways and means  to keep Grand Forks and its advantages more conspicuously in public view.  It was largely attend and many prominent citizens participated in the animated discussion of the various propositions brought forward. A 20,000  club was organized and officered, and  a liberal subscription and membership  list resulted. When the enterprising  business men of that smelter city undertake any project in dead earnest  the) accomplish their purposes in com  mendable style, and you can"bet your  boots" this 20,000 club will not fail to  be heard at home and abroad. E.  Krskine Smith and J. A. McCallum  were the original promoters of this  movement, and from the enthusiasm  displayed at this meeting, they have  thc backing of the whole community.  Trouble is of three general kinds:  The trouble you have had: the tiouble  you have: the trouble you are looking .  for.    The fact  is most of  us  are too i ment, the  remaining   10% being held  busy chasing   the   phantom   of happi-1 in  abeyance   until  the   time   of final  ness, and   getting into  a healthy  and j shipment, which is  90 days from   the  with the   exercise,   to I date of shipment.    At the end  of the  you   have or  have not S 90 days, the then prevailing  price  for  copper applies to the entire shipment  of the 90 days  previous, any advance  or decline in the price of copper being  figured on the total shipment.  "The July figures, then, of the Dominion Copper Co., which showed  about $32,000 net, are being increased  by '.he difference between iSJf-j cents  per pound, received then, and 22 cents  per pound, which the company is now  receiving in its final settlement. On  375,000 pounds   of copper, this  adds  Cut this out and take it to any drug  store and get a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For  biliousness and constipation they are  unequaled. They improve the appetite, strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowels.  Church Services Tomorrow  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian "Church,  Preaching Service tomorrow at  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at io:og a.m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rer.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our I.ady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor  Church of England���Services   11    a.  m. and 3:30 p. M.,Rev. R. A. Heath.  DrinK   Dry    Gin  .. ...ai\d   P. Dawson's WKisKey  Greenwood  Licjxior Co.,  Greenwood, B C,  ���^���^���^���S<a^o>SopKO^*��^-  > V* -r~V-. ���N-S, /\t  mmmsm&sm&Bszmmk  all and   necessary  ,   and  its  to  language  ia  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  A practical book of nearly a thousand pages, useful* to  most men engaged in any bran.cn of tie Copper Industry.  Ita facts will pass  muster with   the   trained  scientists  easily understood by the every-day man.  ft is a dozen books in one, coveriug the History, Uses, Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Fiuauces and Statistics of  Copper.  It.gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.  It lists and describes 3,S4i> copper mines aiui companies, in all parts of the  world, descriptions running from two Hues to 12 pages, according to importance  of the propertv.  Che COPPER H AXDBOOK is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper  The miner needs the book for the facts it gives him about mines, mining and  metal.  The investor needs the book for the facts il gives him about Mining Invest-  :��ents nnd Copper statistics. Hundreds of Swindling Companies are euaposed  in plain English.  Price is fo ,in Buckram, with gilt top: 47.50 in full library morocco. Will  be sent fullv prepaid, on approval, toanv address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if uot found fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS. 3S Post OSes  Slack.  Houston   Mich..  U.  S.  A.  over  $13,000   to   the  net    earnings,  $45,000    per  of 725 tons of  bringing them up to  month, on an output  ore per day.  The company is rapidly pushing the  installation of its addition to the smelter, and by January 1, it is expected  to produce over 750,000 pounds of  copper per month at a cost to the  company of about S cents per pound."  la Time of Peace.  A pencil mark here ,_  is a reminder that vour sub-  scrip tion to this papt-r ie  now past due, and the pub-  Usher will appreciate your  promptattentioit. ~"  In the first months of the Russia-  Japan war we had a striking example  of the necessity for preparation and  the early advantage of those who, so  to speak, "have shingled their roofs in  dry weather."' The virtue of preparation has made history and given us our  greatest men. The individual as well  as the nation should be prepared for  any emergency. Are you prepared to  successfully combat the first cold you  take ? A cold can be cured much  more quickly when treated as soon as  it has been contracted and before it  has become settled in ihe system.  Chamberlin's Cough Remedy is famous  for its cures of colds, and it should be  kept at hand ready for instant use.  For sale by all druggists.  > T-r r>r *r^Jr?r���T^r-r^  The Marsh Block  Latest Mining Stock Quotstions.  I  is now open as a First Class  Rooming House. Parties desiring quiet comfortable rooms  will do well by applying at once.  ). V. O'Loughlin  I  ���:- ~c-t-<j.- k*  ��� <-����->���<����� cr>9T9 r>oo c>o-**-�� o��-=^�� ��r>��-o�� ������>��-<--�� ���*���>���<*�� <r>��  ' OUR COPPER CORNER ?  yp l.0.fyifl?5::-|lli  .5* !     Following are the approximate  '���> ! of mining stocks for this week:  -A ' B>r>  r* ! American  Bov  2  :*��� : B.   C.  Standard  'M  't. ! Belcher  Mountain  45  "-*  I B.   C.   Copper  U* oil  ���> 'Can. Con.   M.   and   S..1S0 in*  ���t.    California  07  [f    Can.  Gold  Fields  W-.i  g I Cariboo-McKimiey .... tM  Copper   King  '!ti  Pom in ion   Copper  ... t" 00  LVnoro  Mines  07  Deer  Trail   Con  tlll.j  Knteka  Copper     ���  Fisher   Maiden  Granby Con . .  prices  mull Coal.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  *-**;ajV.Tric aiost pertectly appointed Hrnlth  srnl Pleasure Resort iti the West, with a com-  pletesystem of Kaths���iuc1i*!iu�� Turkish unit  Russian. Open the year round. The curasiT-  properties of !ts water* are unequaled.  Kor Curing all Rheumatic. N'ervoti, aud Muscular Troubles.  Kor Keallns all Kiduev, t.lver nud Stomac��  tilments.  Kor Kliuiiusliug all Metallicl'oisons front  th  'ystcm  The icraudeiir ol the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, totests, i.ikes.water*atls,  Kiating, vnchliiiK, tiAhiuK. shoot mc, r\cursU m  tennis. Its winter climate is nn*i.rou<wnJ ror  M��IWne/s. H/.RK.Y UclNTOjaH,  tVo{>rt��Jc��  Nicola Coal  Mines  North  ?tar   Pathfinder   Payne    ...      Kefcrendiiin   Rambler CarilMO   Sullivan   Sll.lWStOMll   Sotioru       S: e w a 11     ��� ���  Tit 111 a rack .*< Chesapeake  White    Bear   Wa>liins:ti>!i   M.-u-or. . ,  t _'  ol'  01  07  Iti  1ft  IV.i,.  oV..  02  0ft  :;i  10  00  O-T..  aSKBD  03  25  50  lo 7ft  ISO IV  0!>  07  00  :'!>  0 fto  OS  02  10  0;;  (Hi  02  70  20  20  oW  04  06*  3*1  12  14  Croup.  A reliable medicine and one that  should always be kept in the home for  immediate use is Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. It will prevent the attack if  given as soon as the child becomes  hoarse, or even after the croupy cough  appears.     For sale by all druggists.  MATTERS  OK   INTKRKST   TO   THOSK  COPI'KK    MINING  INTERESTKK  INDUSTRY  IN     THK  of Reviews  Speare   dis-  c  9*zS  i>lOi>��<Jt>t<a ��*^-��<J  C"*^  &>������<*  -s>*<j 1*-|<J t>o  The  Klnicsblp of Copper | eventually  an over-supply will   inevit-  Largc sales of refined copper have U'oly be produced This possibility is  been made for foreign delivery from ; recognized by Charles F. Speare in a  now on up to April of 1907. The j very interesting "Story of Copper,"  metal for early delivery is very scarce. ! published in the Review  The consumption in this country is in- 'or November, but Mr.  creasing very rapidly, the imports going , counts it by saying :  up and the exports falling off. When ! "It is well that science has made  it is considered that the production such strides in the matter of squeezing  this year will be at least 50,000 tons in : out all of the copper that the earth  excess of last year, and that notwith- gives up in a conglomerate form. For  standing this, the trcdeis easily absorb- the outlook for future supplies is none  ing 32,000 tons per month, there need , too promising. The electric zones of  be no stirprie at the appreciation in the ' various transmitting agencies are wiil-  pricc of the metal. In this ccniu-c-: ening with too great rapidity to allow  tion it is interesting to note that since of any wastage of the metal. If elec  1902 there has been a steady rise in tricity is to continue as the leading  copper, the quotations being $205 per medium for generating power, trans-  ton higher now than then. , mitting sound and doing many ol the  It might appear, from the fact that services that enter into the day's work,  the production of copper has expand-1 copper will have to be mined in even  ed   470   per  cent, in   20   years,   that I larger quantities than now.''  *:t een-  >.';,.    in    Ihe  I'ls'llCl.  >:'!cu. Hiee  !!i\srlt su.l  -, CerTitic.i',0  l.ilr lietrof,  .1 Ce!titi.,it.-  o!,latum,: ,1  StYXikane.        Scuttle,  Hverott. '������������isih.uu  ��t��  a.m., Va*��:ouT��>r   VkMsirlit,  aad ��U        Coast  pokita   ��:.*��  ! Spokane,        I'rrnir,  . Winnipeg,  St. r.uil,   c ;;, p,m  : \l inueapolis     lirnlul Hoiks, lie-  put.Wc. t'nrlew. M .11 ���  ens nml   Kess*- (Mid-  j. "���������")    _    .   ���       ' Northport, Kosslulul  S'35  n.til.l Knslo.  Sandon      9��f��   a.m.  r 1 's   C-.-I tl!:.'M  !o*cp'.'.   !U-i!^^ -. A^  N.��. Hj,j.\ m'.r [id . si', t  U> .ipj.'v !.' the Minn i:  ol l:n :*: ,'vt im m-.��, Um t  ('town   Otwu:    nt   111-   .,'.'   \ :���   v'aiu.  An.'. Im'lier Uk-- n�� li.-r t'.'.it i.li.m, luulrr  section ;:. must iu- comment-.^l l-cor.- the  issuance ol   such  i'e: ttliciu- .���!'  I nip: ovcinrnts.  luted   this  -itti d.n-ol  Oclo'-ei     V   It   r,..-,.  s Al'iI-.I-II SKKi C.  I*-  s ���'.������ !>���  f, i<, p 111.  !��������.  t*m\.  Kjjj".   Usui  Conncclini: at Spokane with the fuino  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  a -DAILY   OVIflOND    TR0IISO-  Prctti StMikuue for \Vlniu|>��c. St. 1  J Msnnesp.'Us. St. I^wols Cluas:u iuu  [ points rnr.1  For complete   kafoffinuHoJl,    r*'"-'.  | rcaers-steon-.. etc., omM ou or ...KrinM  M. M. STI'l'lll'N'S, Ak  MINl'K.a  ACT.  Cclificutc of Improvements.  :i,f  tiertli |  ;     "\\ 1-iiiIir.TOCK"  ' the 1'. I r-rnw.iu.l  M I  !     wiit-tc   i.icnt-.l  I'lrri.u ocd M mm.:  TAK K NOT1CI'  Miii--i -s Ct-ttiin .i!<  ti .,111 d.iti- hri r.'l.   t  conic:  I..| ,i i-.-i hl.c  pin p.'se i I ,,ti:i.iiiiii  S  H. YKUKK-*". A, >���'. 1'  PtUMMllSt.  A..  Sc��B!l!e|  Mm  in/ I  no:.  i-.i  ",.,.111.   Minute   ill  i ,.: v.iU- im-Iik-i.  I     coup,   ill     thr  ,,.,,il .,1  V.ile IM-lll.t.  :   I,   \ l.'lpli.- Satin, r'ire  I'.-'. .. nil. I'd, sixty days  |,;,U    ���-'   til.-   Mining   Kr-  i I nl ;,i ''. illlll>ln. I"' thr  i   ,,i. ti i,runt "I tlie .ih..ve  \ti,'.   ftntliri   t.iki-  notice  tii.il    in-limi,   midm  ection    .;;.   ino-t    '><���_  .'..in.u.'ii. :���,:  i.-l   tlie  .sitiuii-e ol  such l 'tillllont*- ol  Im J.t i'i I'lnrnts.  Illled this sh diiv  1.1   ucp.hrl-. A    I), i,,*.  AI>"t.l'tH- M-KCI'. ��*m  TUB THOTfflf PTOJ-TBEK.  | In and Around Phoenix  ER1EF TOPICS OF   LOCAL  AND  GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  Hotel Brooklyn  Jas. Marshall, Prop  PHOENIX, B- C.  STEAM HEATED  New "from -cellar to  roof. Bfcst Saruplr  Rooms i:i Boundary  Opposite U jn. depot.  Modern Bathrooms  Ss-fMKssBWBS*''^^  ���Deane's Hotel.  DEANE, Prop.  This new house ia now open  for inspection. Everything new  neat and clean. Heated by hot  water.  Meals at all Hours, served in  the style which lias already  made this house famous. Try  onr Sunday dinner, of which  we make a specialty. If yon do  yott'll come again.  First  on the Eridge.  Phoenix. B. C.  Steam Heated  Telephne A24.  %%��A��%%\%%��%^%%%��%%%%Vf>��%%%��%%*V%J  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mines bought and sold.  G.W. Rumberger  6  Information   about   Phoenix   and  the  Boundary country given on application.  9  ���  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Fresh eastern oysters at P. Burns.  Don't forget Boyle is the Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers no addition  or subtraction.  New and second hand goods sold  by R. J. Gardner.  Prescriptions properly prepared by  Boyle, tbe Druggist.  Woodchoppers wanted. Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Junction.  James G. McKeovrn moved into his  new residence on Old Ironsides avenue  this week.  Last Sunday there was skating on  Marshall lake, and a score or more  took advantage of it.  Go and see Jerry from Kerry at the  opera house Nov. 21. It is the greatest laughing treat of your lifetime.  Don't miss it.  Monday evening the Socialists gave  their second annual ball, which was  much enjoyed by the hrge number  that took advantage of the occasion.  Don't fail to see and heat the uniformed band and orchestra of solo  musicians with the Jerry from Kerry  company who will be here next  Wednesday.  Contractor Desrosiers is pushing  work on ihe new Burns building as  rapidly as possible, having it enclosed  and roofed, aud being busy with the  inside finishing.  David Nicholson, who has been in  the grccery department of Morrin,  Thompson & Co. for tbe last two  years, left this week lor Vancouver, via  Spokane, where he expects to locate.  Rehearsals are going steadily along  for "I'he Deacon," which will be given at the opera house by the Phoenix  Dramatic Club on the evening of  Thursday, November 29th. The  piece is a farce-comedy, and will doubt-  ltss draw a large house.  The subject of Sunday evening's  sermon at the Methodist church will  be "Character," being the 5th of the  series, "Manhood in the Making." The  choir will render "Come to Me" and  "A Sunbeam." Public baptism before  the sermon.  As soon as carpenters can be obtained, the store of the Hunter-Ken-  drick Co. here will be altered, placing  the private office in the extreme back  part, and giving that much more room  in the store proper for the display of  goods. The change was necessitated  by the increasing business of the company.  In presenting to the many patrons  of the Phoenix opera house Jerry from  Kerry, it is doubtless true that no company of players ever came more highly  recommended from nearby cities. The  company is said to be bright and  clean, and the music exceptionally  catchy. Their entertainments are devoid of tiresome waits. Their superior  band and orchestra are a feature.  They will be here next Wednesday.  Railway   Matters  ]  Boyle, the Druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Bank Block,  J Dec. 10th to 14th, inclusive.  Miss Boffey, of the staff of the Phoenix General Hospital, who has been  away on a vacation, has returned.  Don't fail to see the great acrobats,  Campbell and Fletcher with Jerry from  Kerry Company at _ the opera house  next Wednesday.  Harold Nelson Company is billed  to appear at the Phoenix opera house  en December 3rd and 4th. The Mc-  Ewen company, will be here on the  10th and nth of December.  Local wood dealers have been a  busy lot for several weeks past, having  almost more than than they can do for  the time being. The price remains at  the reasonable figure of $4 per cord.  Beginning next week Friday the  Phoenix Curling Club will give a series  of monthly dances during the winter.  James and Biner*s music has been engaged, and everyone is guaranteed a  good time.  Last week the Pioneer stated that  several Italians were mixed up in a  cutting scrape and were fined by the  police magistrate. It is said the men  were not Italians, but were Austrians,  and we gladly make the correction.  Rev. Heath, the new Church of  England clergyman, moved into the  basement of the church this week, and  wishes those interested to bear in mind  that, until further notice, services will  be held at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.  When the postoffice moves from the  present location to the new building  now being completed, Morrin, Thompson & Co. will probably use the present postoffice space, to give more  room for showing goods in the crockery or hardware departments.  It is reported from New Westminster that M. H. McQuarrie, who was  sent there from here some weeks ago,  is endeavoring to kill himself by starvation, he being forced to take nourishment. The hospital authorities state  that it is one of the worst cases of melancholia they have ever had.  Mechanical   work   was   begun   this  week on the Pioneer's Fourth Annua!,  or Holiday Number, and will be stead-!  ily pushed till the issue appears about j  Christmas time. !  Phoenicians were mueh put out ���  Thursday by the fact that no mail was j  brought in by the C. P. R. train,!  probably due to the fact that the clerk j  on the mail car forgot to put off the j  Phoenix sacks to make the connection I  at Eholt, but carried them on to Mid- j  way, to be brought back the next day. j  Noilce. i  Notice is hereby given that Mur- ���  dock McIntyre has purchased the re- >  tail lumber business of the Vale-Columbia Lumber Co., Ltd., in Phoenix.  All accounts due said company must  be paid on or before November 30,  1906.  Dated November 1, 1906.  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., Lm  Golden    I  >HoteI  'B��r Wi,  incs   Liquors  an'  A   Ciga  ' Close to C. P. R. Depot. Electric)  Lighted. Dining   Room   in  Charge of R. Rundell.  Patronage of the Public Solicited (  GEORGE SCrlULLI, Prop.  S^S25H5BSZSHSZ5Z5HSZSZE2S2SZSrlSHSH  SHFSSZ52SrlSHSHSr2Sa5HSZSH5rlSiSHSZSr!  Phoenix    Opera   House  "WALTER MORRISON, Mgr,  Jerry from Kerry  Company.  One Night Only  Invest  Your  In Such Legitimate Shares  as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW. Pea-  estate was never so low, and money will be made in buying business and residential property. Every residence  in Phoenix is rented. Business is good. Buy now, and  get the advance.  MINING CLAIMS AW STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Sfocfts will Bring Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  Granby   Domkiiou .^..H   Internattonol Coal   AUiambra (Coeur d'A.)..  Copper King   Oro Denoro.-   Burke.   Bullion   Happy Day.-   lleclcla   Idaho Mont. 8    Souora (Coeur d'A.)   Snow Storm   Stuart-   Furnace Cr. (Cala.).'."..  Sullivan-   Skylark       _  J.   "L,.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phtnix, B. C.  BINNS' FURNITURE STORE  Carl   ad   Shipment  General    Furniture  Expected Daily.  Latest Styles and Designs���Cheap and   .Medium Priced  Odd lot of Window Shades to clear out at  extremely low prices.  UNDERTAKING.  Boundary Side Lights  Dominion Ave,  Telephone No.  28.  ��* Phoenix, B.C.   ^  D. J. Matheson  3nsurance Hgent  FH1ELITY    BONDS,  URE,       LIFE  A*V��  ACCIDENT.  PLATE   CLASS  COMMISSIONER   FOR   TAKING   AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop-  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy  and  well   furnished rooms.  Dominion Avenue  Phoenix, B C.  lAUg  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  Extension of the V. V. & E. eastward toward the Boundary from the  coast is now beginning near Clover-  dale.  The first shipment of rails for the  extension of the Kettle Valley lines up  the North Fork, has arrived, and track-  laying is to start at once.  The long postponed announcement  of something doing in Midway & Vernon railway affairs is still anticipated  to be forthcoming any time.  Once or twice this week the G. N.  had to borrow coal from the C. P. R.  at Grand Forks, it is reported, to operate its passenger trains in this section.  The C. P. R. winter time table,  which was expected to go into effect  last Sunday, was postponed till tomorrow, the schedule being substantially  the same as last winter.  Last Sunday the V. V. & E. trains  began running through from Marcus  to Molson, Wash., a distance of 31  miles beyond Midway, and that point  now has regular daily passenger service.  Work on the Victoria shaft extension ol the V. V. & E. line in Phoenix camp, should begin before long,  and the heavy work will keep a large]  number of men employrd for several  months.  The Grand Forks Knights of Pythias are considering the erection of a  lodge hall.  More Hindoos are reported to have  arrived in the Boundary, securing work  in and around Grand Forks.  Tbe Anaconda News, Robert Kef-  fer's bright little weekly, is preparing  an elaborate Christmas edition.  W. A. Harkin, one of the best  known newspaper men in the Boundary, who has been spending several  months in Franklin camp, has accept  a position with the Rossland Miner.  James C. Dale, the Carmi murderer, had his preliminary examination  Thursday at Greenwood, for killing  Peter Godereau and Joseph Celle on  October 14th, and was committed to  stand trial at the spring assizes, which  will probably be held at Greenwood in  May.  Last week the 20,000 Club of Grand j  Forks was organized with a good deal  of enthusiasm, with the following officers: President, H. C. Hanington;  vice-president, A. D. Morrisonj secretary-treasurer, J. A. McCallum; executive committee W. K. C. Manly, J.  Hammer, N. McCallum, L. A. Manly,  A. B. Sloan, P. T. McCallnm, A. E.  Smith, Wm. Spier, A. L. Clements, I.  Stephens, C. Brown and D. McCallum. Many speeches were made to  the effect that the Boundary district  needs more publicity to do it justice  on the ontside, and the concern starts  off with a large membership, the fee  being but 50 cents.  Wed.,Nov.21  The funniest show since time  began, a show that will amuse  the young and old, a show  that is recommended by the  clergy, press and public of  countries, a show that carries  a superior Uniformed Concert   Band    and   Orchestra.  DON'T MISS IT  Admission $1.00 and  75c  Seats on sale at Tom Brown's.  iSZSZSSSiSZSZ52S2SS52S!SZ5ZSiSSSS5  ' Phoenix Bee*  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the  Best Beer in the Boundary. With the Best Malt  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for  quality.     Insist   on   having  PHOENIX   BEER  Spring Water Ice for Sale. Bottled Beer and Porter.  Phoenix  Brewing; Company  BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery,  Banner St.  PHOENIX, B.C.  ���  0  i  f  J  Souvenir  Postals  A SUN DIAL  records the exact time. Men of affairs  require promptitude in keeping engagements.  TIMEPIECES  that keep exact time are a  part of our  jewelry offering.  You won't lose a train if'your watch is  bought here. We show a fine assortment end at extremely low prices. Call  and see them.  We have recently received a tiig stock of  Souvenir Postal  Cards. They are print-  in seven colors, the  work being done in  Germany especially  for us. They include  views of the big mines  of Phoenix ' and of  the city,just what you  wish to send to to  friends.  Besides, we have air  extensive line of other  Souvenir Postals.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oclieve it come  and examine goods.  A Ftfll Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties.etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. knob inML^&.x.  Bead fti  The   "I  AND GET THE BOUNDARV|  MINING NEWS. $2 PER  C. P. R. WINTER EXCURSIONS.  Io tbe Mcriil-ne Provinces, Ontario, Quecec  and Ibe Old Country.  The C.P.R. announces series of low  round trip rates, first class three months  limit from Kootenays to all points in Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces and  the Old Country. Rate from Phoenix  to Toronto Montreal Windsor and intermediate points is $83.45, Halifax  or St. John in connection with ocean  passages $94.45. Tickets will be sold  daily November 24th to December  31st. Corresponding rates will be  quoted to all eastern Canadian points  from all Kootenay stations.  This is an unusual opportunity to  visit Eastern Canada or the Old  Country at Christinas at a low rate.  Detailed information sailing lists, for  ocean steamers, first class or tourist  sleeper reservations, on application to  local agents or write J. S. Carter, D.P.  A., Nrlson, B. C.  A Pioneer reporter last week visited  the metropolitan jewelry  store  of A.  D. Morrison, now located on the south  side  of Bridge street,   between   First  and Second, in  Grand  Forks.    This  establishment is justly a local pride.  The store is capacious and  carries a  $10,000 to $12,000 stock of diamonds  and gold and silver wares.    Mr. Morrison has added three immense "silent  salesmen," and now has  a  show-case  space of 116 feet covered with beautiful and valuable  wares  in his   line.  He recently called to his assistance an  expert optician, Lome Bricker, of Berlin, Ontario, and provided a dark room  to facilitate optical  work.    His new  cash and account register, and original  lighting system mark Mr. Morrison as  one  of Boundary's   leading   business  men.  GEORGE E. DEY,  JEWELER,  Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  Agent for Mason  Risch Pianos.  &  : The Direction  IWftDifciMli  LIMITED.  Stationery, Wall Paper,  Fancy Goods, Etc.  you should take  if you want every  thing in watches,  jewelry, etc., is  right towards our  store. We have  a large line of  watches just arrived in standard  makes and sizes,  which include  Waltham, Elgin,  Omega,Rockford,  New England and  Swiss ' watches  and is a pleasure to us to show  the goods.  ����* *��*  Rooms to let over Morrin, Thompson & Co.'s. Entrance next door to  post office.  E.A.BIack  ���si The Jeweler I*  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix. B. C.  Barney Mallln vt. Jack Rellly.  A  twenty-round glove contest has  been arranged between Barney Mullin  of Prince  Edward   Island,  and Jack  Reilly, of Seattle.    It will take place  at Phoenix opera house  next Monday  evening, November 12th, and promises  to be an interesting event to lovers of  sport.    Mullin, it will be remembered,  put up a good contest with Kid Parker  here about a month ago and is known  as the  champion   welterweight  of the  northwest,  while Jack   Reilly also has  the reputation of being  pretty  handy  with  the gloves.    Mullin is   training  here in Phoenix and  Reilly is  doing  his training at Grand Forks. i  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for  winter.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shirts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  in,   of those  new  J_  Men's Hats    A large assortment,  just  fall    blocks,   in   Black  and Brown,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes "is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy Stilts  A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks   and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waisis, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  The  WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  ggn��a^��'ffi��KgiMH'ri.M


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