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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 25, 1905

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Array Boundary Mines Produced $J2,500,000 in  value within five years.  MOV 28 1905  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary,  AND  BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  |     Legislative Library    tt-ot .       '.  Vol. VII.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER   25,   1905.  I  \^&h^^Sf^SlkWaW^isSSaW^  No.  I  HOLIDAY  DELICACIES  ?���*  Just look over the following:  English Peels, 35c. lb.  Shelled ;ind Unshelled Almonds and Walnuts,   25c. and  50c. lb.  California Raisins, Grecian Currants, 16 oz. pks. 2 for 25c.  Four Crown London Layer Raisins, 25c. lb.  Sweet Apple Cider, $1.00 gal.  Whetey's Mince Meat, 2 pks, 25c.  Arabian Figs, 25c. lb. .  Heinz Dill  Pickles, 6 for 25c.  Fresh Celery, 3 bunches for 25c.  Barllett Pears,  2 lbs. for 25c  Northern Spy Apples, Extra Fine, $2.50 per box.  Fresh Hazebvood Eg^s, all ihe time, 50c. doz.  Cape Cod Cranberries, 25c. per quart.  Bananas, Large, 60c, per doz.  Give us your Christmas Order.  ===WE CAIN Fill IT =  SEE OUE  Large and Imported  Stocks of Chinaware  Just what you want for Xmas Presents. -   Nothing more  acceptable thaif China. V-���������"- ;   ,������-       a  No trou'ue to show Goods.  THE    BIG    tSTOFZE,  We have just opened up the  largest and most Complete Stock ot  Silverware ever shown in Phoenix.  m  DIVIDENDS  FOR GRANBY  Predicted by the Boston News  Bureau.  Following Raise ,in Par Value  of Shares.  m  As noted in the Pioneer last week, a  meeting of tlie shareholders of the  Gratiby Consolidated Mining, Smelting &. Power Co." is called for next  Friday, December i, to raise the par  vwlue of shares from $10 to $100.  The reason for the change is that  brokers on the Boston stock exchange  charge $12.50 for buying or selling  100 shares of Granby, exactly the  same commission they get for buying  or selling 100 shares of railway stock  of $100 par value.  The'Boston News Bureau says:  "When the Granby company increases the par v.ilue of its shares from  $10 to $100 and reduces the number  of its issued shares,from 1,350,000 to  r35,000 shares, it will probably imme-  diatelystart dividends at the late of  $6 per share per annum.  "The company is now earning at  the rale of about $1 per share upon its  present 1,350,000 shares, or'$10 per  share upon its proposed new capital of  135.060 shares.  "On the present 111:11 ket value ofthe  shares, g}4, ihe new stock would  have a market value of 95, and Gian  by interests claim that the present  earnings of $10 per shaie justify lliis  price; that as a matter of fact when the  company is -able to operate its full battery of eight furnaces uninienuptedly,  it should be able to show earnings on  15 cent copper ol between $13 or $14  per share.  "The Granby company has this year  increased its mineral area in British  Columbia ovei 100 pei cent and has  started in to sj somatically open up its  new [iroperties, which show coppei  bearing rock from ihe grass toots, as  do most of the Boundary district copier properties.  "When its propei tieis are thoroughly  opened and the company's power facilities are increased to prevent any recurrence of the troubles incurred this  summer by reason of insufficient power  to operate its smelter full force, it is  not unlikely that the Granby company  will again materially increase its smelting capacity and the comuany will  have 15,000 shares of treasury stock  which it can dispose of for this purpose, probably at new pat value of  $100 per share. This, however, is  something for the tu'.ure."  Referring to die 'December :st meeting of the Granby lo change   ihe  par  value  ol" the shares, ihe Boston Com  inercial of last Saturday said :  "It is understood that all the largest  stockholders are in favor of this ex-  cli��nge,and it will undoubtedly be carried  through. The Granby is getting things  in shape to run all e:;Jit of its furnaces  continuously. It is doing this a part  ol the time no.v, and is smelting ap  proximately 2,500 ions of ore daily. It  is therefore turning out at ihe rate of  more than 20,003,000 pounds of copper annually, and must be earning,  with copper at i6>4 cents, at the rate  of $1,600,000 annually, or more than  $t per share on its outstanding stock.  "After ihe change in par value,  Granbv stock should sell above $100  per share, as dividends at the rate of  $4 to $6 per share annually will begin  in the near future. The Granby has a  very progressive and economical manage ment. It has added heavily to its  holdings of mineral lands, opened its  mines on a broad scale and doubled  the capacity of its smelter within a  short time and it is understood that  this policy will be continued. Readers  of these letters will recall that I have  persistently advised the purchase of  Granby stock since it sold around $3  per sjiare."  George C. Rose, the new owner of  the Kelowna Clarion, was in the city  Wednesday. Mr. Rose lias just given  up bis position as customs officer at  Cascade, where he has been located  for some seven years or more. His  successor is Angus Cameron, whose  face will hereaftu become familiar to  all who cross the boundary line at that  point.  PUTTING THEIR  .FEET IN IT  Ser-  Regarding New   Mail  vice to Phoenix.  ��� The postoffice department of Canada has at last listened to the petition  of the residents of P| hoenix, and is now  asking for tenders for the carrying of  mails from the G. N. station in Phoenix to Greenwood, and return. This  is not what the last petition from Phoenix asked for,,but of itself it does no  harm. What Phoenix residents wished for particularly' is the carrying of  Phoenix mail from American points  direct on the G. N. to this point, instead of being put off at Grand Forks,  as at present, whije the same train  bringing it from Spokane comes here  direct. \  In this connection, McIntyre & McDonald, at present contractors for  carrying the mails to and from the C.  P. R. stition in Phoenix, have been  notified this week by .Inspector Greenfield, at Vancouver, that their contract  will be terminated! in three months'  time. There is but one interpretation  to be placed on this,' and that is that  no mails will be brought here over the  C.P R., but that they will be thrown  off at Grand Forks and brought here  on the G. N. with American mail.  Whether the same' thing applies to  Greenwood, deponent sayeth not.  In other words, instead of receiving  Canadian mail at Ihe usual timej" it  will not arrive here till the G.N. train  arrives, two or three,hours later. And  if the C.P.R. changes time again next  spring, as is likely, all Canadian mail  for Phoenix and Greenwood will probably be held over'a day in Grand  Forks or elsewhere.  If ihe postal authorities think the  people of Phoenix will stand for'this,  they are much mistaken. We want  mail on both railways, just as Rossland, Nelson and Grand Forks have it,  and there is no reas<m why we should  not have it.  WILL BLOW IN  NEXT MONDAY  Smelter    of    the    Dominion  Copper Co., Ltd.  Making  Third in   Operation  in the Boundary.  Two  WAR IS OVER AT MIDWAY.  Railways    Awaiting   Decision   of   tbr  Courts.  There have been no new developments this week in the railway construction war. between the C.P.R. and  the V.,V. & E., or the Great Northern,  at Midway. Some time.last week the  former daid off the hundreds of men  who were getting from $3 to $5 per  day for holding ��� possession of block  No. 2,703, some five miles west of  Midway, as the C.P.R. now has an injunction, and . the Great Northern is  moving to expropriate the land needed.  It is said that there were some men  on the payroll of both companies at  the same time.  In the meantime, the Great Northern contractors are proceeding with  work at the tunnel in Meyers creek  canyon, but are put to considerable  inconvenience in not being able lo  dump their rock as before, as the material has to.be put where a place can  be found.  The C.P.R..has certainly been successful in delaying operations of the  Great Northern slightly, when it was  desired to make all possible progress  during the favorable weather. It is  also rumored that when the contract  is let for the Midway & Vernon, as  expected almost any time, the C.P.R.  is likely lo again be in the game of  blocking construction gangs.  \V. C. Thomas, smelter superintendent for the Dominion Copper Co.,  .Ltd., advises the Pioncor that the reduction works of the company will be  blown in next Monday or Tuesday.  Today was set for the start of operations at this smelter, but the delay in  the arrival of some castings put back  the opening date a few days.  At first but one of the two furnaces  will be blown in, the second to follow  ,in due course, when preparations at  the company's mines and reduction  works are finally completed. - The C.  P. R. agent has received orders to prepare next Monday to handle ten cars  of ore daily from the Brooklyn, Stem  winder and Rawhide mines in this  camp���about 300 tons each 24 hours  ���which is expected to be the average  output until the second furnace is  blown in. Eight hours will prevail, as  at the Granby smelter.  Manager Drummond has been  steadily getting the company's properties in shape to ship for several months,  steadily doing development to this end.  The force of men has been gradually  increased, and now that steady ore  shipping is about to be inaugurated,  the number of men employed is expected to be considerably augmented.  Already several hundred tons of ore  have been shipped.  The Boundary Falls smelter was  blown out May r7, 1905, by the Montreal & Boston Consolidated, which  was managed by H. T. Pemberton,  that company having subsequently  been absorbed by the Dominion Copper Co. The previous owners had  treated ore as follows :  Boundary Mining Notes  '903   1904 .'.......'.  1005 (to May 1 7  j !:���.'.'���  Tons   152,570  .....   30,930      71.433  Total    254,933  Boundary  Side  Lights  Annual Hospitil Dance.  The Hospital Ladies' Aid will give  its fourlh annual ball for the benefit of  the hospital at Miners' Union hall on  American Thanksgiving night, November 30th, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. These  dances have always been attended widi  unusual success, both social and financial. The ladies promise all who attend good music, a fine lunch, excellent fruit punch and a royal good time.  That the patrons of the hospital may  see the need of a special effort at this  time the secretaiy has furnished the  following general statement of the  finances :  Bills payable:  To car coal, etc $  To Interest (due last May).  To Nov. running expenses.  To Mortgage    2  180 00  T40 00  400 00  ,000 00  Cash on hand.  $2,720 00  37   '9  Total liabilities $2,682 Si  To whom   it   may   concern:    Send  lyour check.  Midway is to have a second drug  store in a week or two.  There was skating in and around  Grand Forks this week.  Engineer Hastie, ofthe Great Northern staff, was in camp this week.  The Greenwood skating rink -has  been leased by Capt. Swayn'e for the  winter.  Midway has been added to the  Southern British Columbia theatrical  circuit.  The Grand Forks aldermen and  mayor all voted themselves salaries  this week, amounting to about $1,700  for the current year.  C. Scott Galloway, of Greenwood,  has sold the Victoria hotel on Copper  street in that city, to J. N. Bishop, of  Calgary, the purchase price being in  the neighborhood of $5,000.  E. W. Thompson, one of the best  known newspaper men of Canada, was  in the district last week, in the interest  of the Boston Transcript and a syndicate of prominent newspapers.  From now on Eholt will feel the  effects of the increased ore traffic, due  to the starting up of the Boundary  Falls smelter of the Dominion Copper  Co., as the railway men nearly all reside in Eholt.  One of the Grand Forks hotels, the  Union, was put out of business last  week by Mayor Ham mar, the proprietors having failed to take out a permit, as the other saloon keepers did.  It was conducted by Bell & Kopec.  On or about December 15th the  statutory semi-annual meeting of the  Boundary Creek license commissioners  will be held. Applications for renewals  or new licenses are expected to be  filed with the chief license inspector  previous to the meeting.  H. H. Spinks was badly injured at  the Granby smelter last week Friday.  He was tending the smalt ore crusher,  when a bar of iron became lodged  therein. In attempting to get it out,  the bar was hurled with great force  against the side of Mr. Spinks' head,  crushing the cheek bone. He was  taken to the hospital and did not recover consciousness till Monday, but  is now improving somewhat.  After some repairs, the full battery  of eight furnaces is once more in blast  at the Granby smelter.  It is expected that work will be  prosecuted on the Rathmullen group  most of the winter, in Summit camp.  The last car of Skylark ore yielded  $125 per ton, with about $12 of this  in gold values, the balance being  silver.  Neil Morrison and a crew of men  have got work under way at the Sunset  in Deadwood camp, for the Dominion  Copper Co.  Drifting on the 500 foot level of the  Providence mine is now in progress,  and excellent ore is being taken out of  the mine daily.,  Fred Hesselwood and Robert Hal-  crow have completed their sinking contract on the Helen, it being now 210  feet deep. The mine is improving  steadily with development.  The eight hour shifts were put into  effect at the Granby smelter last Monday, in accordance with the arrangement recently arrived at between Supt.  Hodges aud the employees.  E. H. Thruston, of the Carmi mine,  on the West Fork, is reported as stat  ing that he has just made arrangements  for adding five stamps to his mill,  making it a ten stamp mill.  Mike Callahan and Dan Bresnahan  finished their sinking contract on the  Preston last week, making the shatt  107 feet deep, and finding better ore  in the botton than ever. This week  they are expecting to start on another  contract.  At the annual meeting of the Mc-  Kinley Mines, Ltd., just held, the foi  lowing officers for the ensuing year  were elected : President, B. Lequime;  directors, C. R. Hamilton and A. B.  McKenzie, of Rossland, W. H. Warrington and D. Whiteside, of Grand  Forks. M. O'Brien, of New York,  has been appointed general manager of  the company.  Peter Costello, W Spokane, has  taken a bond on the Black Diamond  and Standard claims on the" West Fork  of Kettle river, for $27,000," payable in  one and two years. Work to the  amount of $300 per month is to be  done each month till the final payment  is made. The owners are P. J. Kennedy, G. O. Guise and Jos. A. Devlin,  the claims being located near the Rambler on Wallace mountain.  DECISIONS  REVERSED  In Litigation Over the  Rich  Providence   Mine.  Full Court Is Against Chicago  Men.  Information was received in the  Boundary this week that the two more  or less famous Providence mine suits,  appealed from the decision of the  county court, held at Nelson last summer, had been reversed by the full  court sitting at Vancouver. The cases  were entitled Rudolph vs.. Macy and  Madden vs. Dimond, and grew out of  a struggle for control ofthe Providence  mine by Chicago shareholders on the  one side and Boundary and Spokane  shareholders on the other.  At the Nelson sitting in August  there were five cases, all of which were  decided against the local shareholders.  Two of the five were appealed, as  stated, and the Nelson decision was-  reversed. This settles the cases, unless they should be appealed to Ottawa. An important feature ofthe result  is that the losers of the appeals must  pay costs, said to be something like  $5,000, in this long fought legal battle.  The mine has been steadily operated during the litigation, and is said to  be a bigger and better proposition than  ever, with greater ore reserves, and  more and better ore.  CURLERS ELECT  NEW OFFICERS  Tea Inches of Snow.  Saturday afternoon and Sunday snow  fell sterdily here, after having four or  five weeks of almost ideal fall weather.  While the valleys of Kettle river and  Boundary creek had fogs and mist  most of the time for the last month,  this altitude, nearly 5,000 feet, has  been like Indian summer. The snow  this time fell to a depth of ten inches  or thereabouts, and will undoubtedly  stay this time for the winter, being of  great assistance to those who are employed in the timber of the Boundary,  r-nd making excellent sleighing here.  So far the Great Northern and C.P.R.  have not experienced any trouble in  keeping the heavy ore trains in opera-  lion, as usual. Should an unusually  deep fall of snow occur, the traffic  managers of both railways will doubtless be prepared to cope with it.  Proposals to  Increase Size of  Rink.  Wednesday evening a reorganization  meeting of the Phoenix Curling Club  was held in the city hall,' the attendance being large and enthusiastic-  The following were chosen as officers  for the ensuing winter season : President, George L. McNicol; vice-president, C. E. Reeves; secretary-treasurer,  A. B. Hood; executive committee,  George E. Dey, A. Strachan and John  A. Morrin.  Committees were also appointed to  investigate the feasibility of lengthening the rink and making another sheet  of ice, and to secure new members for  the organization, which has been so  popular here in past years. The suggestion of the Rossland club that the  Phoenix club adopt twelve foot rings  was favorably acted on. As in the  past; the club will probably send rinks  to attend the annual bonspeil of the  Kootenay Curling Association.  An adjourned meeting of the club is  called for next Monday ac the city hall,  to consider enlarging the rink.  Latest Price. In Metals.  Nkw York���Copner. electrolytic, $16.-  75@$17.00; Irtke. $Hi.87>i'@ 17 25  Bar Silver, 04?g  Lead. J5.15 at $5.55  t  ; BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines  lor 1900  ' 1902 for 1903 for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  Mine. Camp.  Grauby Mines- Phoeuix  Snowshoe.- Phoenix  B. C Copper Co.  ��� Mother Lode Deadwood  Bonnie Belle Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stemwiuder_ Phoeuix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athelstan-Jackpot Wellington  Morrison Deadwood  B. C. Mine Summit  R.Bell Summit  Emma '. Summit  . Oro Denoro Summit  ��� Senator Summit  Brey Fogle Summit  No'. 37.... Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  tNo. 7 Miue Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel Long Lake  t Carmi West Fork  Providence Providence  Elkhorn Providence  Stratlnuoic Providence  Skylark Skylark  Last Chance Skylark  E. P. U. Miue Skylark  Bay Skylark  Mavis Skylark  Don Pedro Skylark  Crescent Skylaik  Helen   Greenwood  Ruby." Bouudary Falls  Republic...- Boundary Kails  Miscellaneous      3.230  Total, tons    g6,6oo  k Smelter treatment���  Grauby Co     6*.387  B.C. Copper Co ~.  Montreal & Boston Con...  Total reduced.,.,,.. ,   63,389   348,439  :' -*^|  t- ii}-*"!  -to Kl  f >: V-T r  ��^.. - ���  & Y W  . oSAil  ; Ktl  iv^Ml  t^rr<!^^S^7s!^^^^^^^^^ iut  li'l  km  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  KM  ' ��� - ���*  -*>.; >; ���  i- C  %' rg'T  up  ���res-  are good at first.  TEA is ^.lways good. Which are you going  ,    . to have.  Hootenay Engineering' Works  NESON, B. C  Pounders and Machinists. Repairing and jobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Crawford ltoi'in.E Hopjs Akiiiai/Tkamway Syntum, "Limitkd.  Mining ami Mill Mnrliinery, Oie Cars, Buckets, Tanks, ��-ti\ Iron ami Hnwrf Civating/*. A hiryt' mill iinii|>li*t��. flock  of Shaitin��r, Stinplies, Sittings, etc., always on luiixl. I'ulleye. Flnum's, etc, minii' t�� order on Fhort imiico. All  break-down unci repair work rushed through without di'litv. K-rinnites for nil classes of work furnished upon uppli-  c.uio:i.    Special attention given to mail ordeis.   Scrap Iron biiuglit by the cui l<��ul.  Oflice and Works, r>   /-   TDAVIs   Mitinrror    !'��� 0. l-ox 41W,'  Koot of Park Street. B. U   I l<AVI^, manager, .\���|����i, B. C.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  The 'Phoenix Pioneer  And.Botradary-Mining Journal.  a reasonable  basis���which  has been /^ XRIBUXE TO  A. B.W. HODGES  , IHDID ON HATOKDAYS BV TUB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at ruomntx.��. c.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manage*.  r.,,.!.,,, t Business oBce No. 14.  Telephones j Man,ler's resldtnce, No. is.  sr/BscsjrrtoKs jw advance.  fir/gear ���\|i.oo  Sis Months �� .'. - 1.33  If you are not a subscriber to this paper, this  Is an Invitation to you to become one.  the unbroken record of this greatest of  British Columbia mining corporations.  Itis also furtljer evidence ofthe good1 p10m   Canadian   Mining   Re-  feeling ^hich has always   prevailed between Mr. Hodges, thesupeiintendent  of the company, and his several   hundreds of employees.  view, Montreal.  In the November number of ihe  Canadian Mining Review, ot Montreal,  the leading mining journal of eastern  Canadn, we notice th i following de-  seived   tiibute   to the ability of A. B.  of   the  Fonnclfil 1802���Iiii-orpnrated ISM.  NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.  Advertising rates furnisheo on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  airjrt .tor  ' {ONIONfj^nTABt'O  part of the construction part of the  time. Nevertheless, the Great Northern V., V. & E. extension will be built  .���n due time, after the aid of the courts  has ence more been invoked. It made  Midway an additional center of interest for,a few days, anyway, and gave  one or two correspondents plenty of  matter, to work on and embellish.  r           Victoria has been having trouble in  the public schools, and Miss Agnes  Dean Cameron, for twelve years principal of one of them, and acknowledged  Provides a Christian home for students of both sexes :it modcrutc rules.  Has a preparatory class for j inior students, doing grade public M'liool work.  Does hijjh school work, confers nil liurli  school privileges, anil prepares for teachers' ex.iii:iiwit ions. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and jrivet  Diplomat. Gives a liberal education in  its Colli \,'iale Course and in the Ladies'  CoiTFe.fJr M.IS.L.' and M.L.A ' In University wo>k. can take students tlnonuli  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. cun be obtained from Tor-  "Hfo.Univijr-ity, which the college ;j in  lut afljliat.ion'.  For fuller in format ion and terms wiite  ���O  Latest Alining   Stock Quotations,  Probably the C. P. R. people are  within legal  rights in the obstruction  tactics being pursued at Midway,   and V.    Hodges,   supeiintendent  they will probably succeed in delaying ^ Grauby Consolidated :  "The report ofthe directors, of ,tlie[ I^VT.w":J7sVpVe��*H,"��.AV,'B\T)'/Prii><:Y  Granby company for the year ending P'dw R-v. .1. P. Bowell. Birw.  June 30th last, makes very ��� pleasant  reading, and it affords us great sitisfac-  lion lo be able to offer the board most  hearty congratulations on so.excellent  a showing. The directors, it i�� true,  could have exerted little effect in influencing the maiket price'of copper,  to which the increased profits are  partly attributable, but they���with, of  course, the loyal co-operation and  assistance of a highly efficient mine  to be one"ofthe best^ instructors" inThe' a"d s'ne,,.er stafr���^ directly respon  province,   has   been   summar'ly  discharged, as a matter of  "discipline"  19��S  ��� �� t  N0y.  ��3��5  is*. ���������. Tats. *������.  TH11. Fr..   Sit.  .5  12  .19  26  t6  ,20  7  -1.4  21  28  I  8  t  *5  ,22  29  ,3  I     1  ��7  3��'  9  x6  4  1  11  .18  ���*5  k*S.~&.~J K^l  t^        !������ 9-i   ��t '     I \^  There can be no  rui  .doubt  now  that  sible for ihe noteworthy economies in  administration and production by  Without going into the merits of the w*ich ^ese costs have been reduced to  case, it' is dollars to doughnuts that 'he extraordinarily low figure of about  Miss Cameron will be remembered $3-��4 per ton of ore mined-a record  long after'.ihe school board of Victoria <whlch two ��' lhree >ea,s aS�� woul11  hasten entirely forgotten. "Discip-' have bee" reSi,rded as '"nging on the  Une"-may be neces-ary, even for teach-!'mi)nss,bIe' Nor under ''^ policy  .era. but a little  give  and   take   heIps | ���w being mljowcd  by   the  compiny,  ���,,- ���,,,. I do we be! eve th it the limit in ihis re-  , spwt   ifi  h.ive yet been reached, since  01 smelting fhn^es may vet be   1 wered.  things wonderfully occasionally.  fr  winter? has arrived, in Phoenix to, stay,"  as we are now blessed with excellent  sleighing, something still lacking in  other parts of this section.  It is understood' that the Dominion  Copper 'Co., when it blows in its  smelter at Boundary Falls shortly, will  put in force the eight hour day at those  reduction" works���which is another  sign of the friendly relations existing  between'Boundary mining and smelling men and their employees.*   '  -STRICTLY BUSINESS  Advertising means a whole lot more  than words pi in ted on paper.  Don't worry over the other fellow's  advertising; look out for your own.  * The right- sort'-of advertising for  your business may be a kind you have  ,neyer even considered.  ,. Every legitimate method of advei-  tising deserves' at least a respectful  hearing by every general advertirer.    ,  The best kind of "direct returns" is  increased sales; it doesn't matter how  the busii.esscome<=, just so it comes.  v :In,at day or two the Dominion -Copper Co.'s .Boundary Falls smelter will  be blown in, making three smelters in  operation in the Boundary, and increasing the,daily pre output of this  section tp considerably, over 3,000 tons.  This is another good vindication of  progress jp; this,sjectipri7���prpgress.tljaf,i  wre believe, will.continue. ' >  v ^.Last Saturday's Vancouver Province  had a whole page devoted to the Great,  Northern-CP.R. construction war at  Midway, with several large alleged  illusfrationt���we say alleged advisedly,  as they were fearfully and wonderfully  printed. If the,little war was half as  bad as the illustrations, it must have  been a terrific affair, indeed.  Russia continues to be deluged * in  blood to such an extent that the recent  disastrous war. with Japan is nothing in  comparison. All over the empire the  people are rising, and the entiie coun-l  try is in revolt. The end no man,cap  accurately foretell, but it seems as  though there would be a general overturning of the present powers that be.  A New aid Unique Newspaper.  The Vancouver World says :  Impelled by a"desire for the idea of  journalistic independence and fairnes-,  ,a number of local men have banded to  publish a weekly newspaper to present  both sides of public questions.     The  paper, which will be launched with the  New Xear, whl be appropriately named  the "Two Voices" and its leaders will  be written by two'men, one a  Liberal  and   the  other  a  Conservative, each  giving  his "own   party   view,   though  neither will be absolutely  hidebound.  An' effort   will   be made to avoid the  expression of extreme patty views, and  tb fuither delineate both' points of yiew  the best editorials appearing during the  week  in   the  papers supporting both  patties  will   be  reproduced,  with the  best speeches from both sides  of  the  house  when the legislature is sitting.  No advertisements will be solicited and  it is a fundamental principle that it is  to be free to criticise everybody, even  tljpse contributing to its support.  I Railway'wiseacres are now asserting  that James J. Hill and.his friends have  practically obtained control of the  Canadian Pacific, and proceed to,give  their reasons. We have not heard  from the other side definitely yet, and  until we do such reports will be token  cum grano salis. Mr. Hill is a remarkable railway man, but does he propose  to control all the railways in the west ?  ORIENTAL   LIMITED.  as a result of the fu thei iicreasj in  the capacity of the works which U now  being made. '   "'  "We have referred to the general  efficiency ofthe staff .11 I!ritUh Columbia, but it is only fair in this connection to make special reference to the  debt the company owes to the administrative abilities and technical skill  which the general supeiintended, A.  B. W. Hodges, has displayed in the  discharge of his duties. As we mentioned in a previous isstif, the use of  the automatic chargers in the smelter,  a labor-saving device of great ingenuity  invented by Mr. Hodges, represents n  saving of many thousands of dollars a  year, and this is but one instance of  many of his very considerable capacity  and devotion to the interests he serve.  " The output of ihe mines during the  period reviewed has   been   miiniained  at practically the same level as in 1904-  but the amount of rnpp��r,   silver   and  gold   recovered   appears   to ��� be   less.  This, however, does not imply that the  values in the ore have decreased,   but  is  explained   on   the ground that ,no  foreign   matte    was    treated   at   the  smelter.    It \*, in fact,  interesting   to  note that at the average price at which  copper was marketed this year, namely,  14 36 cents,  realized on a recovery of  2.41 per cent. Cu, a return of $6.05 in  this metal was realized alone.    Meanwhile  the  company has materially increased its holdings by the purchase of  several valuable adjoining properties in  Phoenix camp, and has a cash surplus  in hand of $1,554,875 27. A few more  showings like this, and who shall have  the- temerity  to  question the mineral  potentialities of British Columbia ?"  -  ASKRU  am  A in el ten 11 Hoy     ,    iii  t  Hen H-ir   *x  2  BlacL- Tail    I  2  11. C. Copper   Canndiau (jold Fields     JS 00  J7 w  3  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-uiv.)..  Center Star   28K'  s7  Crow's Nest 1'as.s Coal   Denoro Mines   Falrvieir   3  1  Hisher Maiden   3  2  Grauby Consolidated   ... J8 5; .  }S os  International Coal..:.   30  "9  Jumbo   51  50  Morning ulory  .-.   I  Mountain T.ion-   4  2  Montreal & Bo'-ton   North Star, (U. K.)   2  1  Payne :   Mi  3  a��tip   18  2%  3*  7   '  War Eagle Consolidated   13  12  >'A  White B*��r     3Ji  3  Phoenix Livery Stable  William Mat lies on, Prop.  FvervtliinF Wpw CA1!KJAGKS and othkr rigs  LrYWl J tlllllg,  H&W   HORSES. AND SADDLES. SUVISKAL  ���. ���T-r-77^^nuNI)RED C0RDS QK ,JRV   WOOI)  Duhvered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.     Thone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR.  BANNER ST., I'HOENIX,  U. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGKN-J,  FIRE, LIFE, ACC.DENT.  Commissions f���r tiiUug Aill.luvlu.  Phoenix, h.  TUCK   COLLIJss  SHAVING PARLORS  amu HATH ROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  C��r, FlrttStKuoblilllAve.   1 HOENIX, 11. (^  ' P. Burns & Co.; =  HEAP OFFICE FOR MOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOO,  13. C.  HEAnQUAKlERS, NELSON, II. C.  .... Wholesale and Pefail Meaf Merchants.  Markets at Nelsoi., Kaslo, Three'Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Vuiir, Salino, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  $ Ml  orders receive prompt attention.  KingEdwardLod��c,.\'o.36  A. V. and A.M.  Sec  Mftfonic  j!'<i\     K 'K'.'lin ccnuiiiiiiicniluii S i). ii,  Ck��Jft     ��,ld ri'uiMliiyorcacliiiioiiih.'  ���f   Kniergent niruiiiKH ascidlcd-  \     Hall, McIIule Mock.  A. HIU.1HR,  Secretary.  '���liO, H.ni:v  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  SN.)WS1IOH1.0I)OKN0.4  Meets every Monday livening nt Hardy ||���n  Vlkilhig tirclli> i ii voidinlly invited.  '1'hoa. JoIiiiboii, N. (i.  Uxo. R. Mhau, Kec.Uee'y.  A.S Wiiranisoii. I'er. I'in. Seey  llospiu! Donations  Lii.t of Donations 'ret-eive'l  sini-e Jan.  1st, 1005,  to the Phoenix  General  Hospital:  Cashjio R  Hu-rell  Ca--h$25 J. ii. Mi.CHU'ay  Cash $5 _  A. V. Gem  l!ookCa��e A  I��  II. �� lark  Bed 7.1uen.4 <lo/     Ilo'piial I..idt-ii Aid  Cash $50 H T. Bank  Cash Jio jaj  McCnath  Cash $2S Otiiadiau Uuud IJrill Co.  Spring Cot A. U   Hood  Maple =yrup _.��� ...A Vriend  ���ientleman's Dressing Gown Mrs. J   n   Bi.jle  O.d r.inen Mrs 1. Crawford  I Box Books Mrs B. A. W. Hodees  Cash $20 _ A Grand Korks Friend  Dominion Copper Co Full Set lioilei Tube  Pabst  ���MMIMNNMMK  BEER  ShqutLine  aud union Pacific  ONLV LINE EAST   Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Sti-aini-liip lirkets to Kiiiu|>cuiuI olliei  (ori'ivtii coni:tries.  Leaves  Daily  S|uikatie Tune Scl e lnle.  i-.llectlve Nov. 22 190J  ' Air:v..���  Daily  Seoleoce Sermoas.  WHEN VVORKINS  AROUND MACHINERY  a man requires  jumpers that fit  like a nlove.  Overalls of light  weight but  great strength.  The kind that  will shed grease  like a duck's  back sheds  water.   .    .  Buck  Brand  o.ve rails in  short. They  co.itain none  but 'he be<t of  materials    an.1  findings and are as carefully  ,finish>'d inside and out as a pair  of trousers   Ask your Dealer for the   ....  "BUCK. BRAND"  they always bear the Union Label  Manufactured,11y  Wm.J.McMas.er&Sons,  Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  After trying all' other kinds of beer - those who  want the best come back to the Old Reliable  ���I'ADST.  Made in the largest Brewery in  .ts sales exceed that of all others.  Beer, and ALWAYS PURE.  the   world.  The  only  Jas. McCreath,  Boundary Agent       -       -       ���      Greenwood, B. C.  SC*ii*+mmi��e**H\  f  I  I  I Phoenix-  Greenwood  Kf-&<&-& >^0-^^^^^4  Stag^-' Line I  7.aiH.iu. VAST At Alt.���Tn and from  Cocurd'AIcticdlstrict,! ar.11.  iliKton Garfield 1 olfujt Full,  man, *Mokcoiv, ���I'omerby;-  WaitnliiiiK, Duylou, Wa 11 a  Walla, Pen.l eton, Baker City ���'���  and nil imints l^ust _ $ 00  1:30 p. 111. KXPKJJhS��� I'oi KaiiuiiiKlou  Gmfictd. Colfnx. Pullman  MoKCow.I.ewliitoii.I'orllaud  him l'rauci��co. Maker Glly  and nil point* KAST.  HXI'KK.SS ��� I'roin ult points  Hast, Maker City, Sun J'rHii-  'cisco, Pol tl.unl. Colfax. Gar-  field and FariiiliiKtuu... n.<,.�� ���,  ���Kxccpl Sunday.  SHOUT MNli TO OA I.I FOli.N IA.  Han FianeisL-o-Portliiml Kontc.  SteHineraaall fioni Alusu-ortli docc. I'oitlmid  11I S |i. in. and from Sjicar Street wharf, Saiil'riin  Cisco at 10 a. in. every five days.  Kor fuither information as lo rates, tune  trains, equipment, etc.. address  GEO. J. MOIII.KK.General Agent.  Riverside Ave., Spokane, Wash  ��� Leave Phoenix  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. 111  1.30 p. in  - Standard  Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight,  I. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  *��� -jr ^������-^00;��. O *.^0^������������-*������<��>����� ���-��-0-����^^^ ���<������<���  ��� ^���������4  COPPER  n.. ii.-��-edition of theCOi'i'HIi IIANDHOOK liata mid .liiscrihes  3.311 <-od-  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All  Work Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  FINE MOOTS AND SHOES  MADE   TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  A  NO PROS  PECTORS' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Slion   on    lloiiimioii Avtini'.  Averatc Prices ol Copper.  ���New Yoik���  Electrolytic. Lake.  iRefc  Us.co,1  Fl/iaiiceB  ' the niib-  Ihere aiealso firtuen miscellun-om chapters,  devoted to the Historv  IerminoloKy,   Geography, ticolony, Cheinictrv, Minemlopv, Metallnriry, Fl  and .Siiiti.-tics of Copper, render nK the volume 11 veritable "encyclopedia of ti  ectolCopper and everythingpeicamiiigto tlie metal.  It Is the World's Standard Rsferanoo Book on Copier  Every Miner, Pronpector, Investor, Banker, am! Broker needd the book. Price  iBto,m Buckram binding witk gilt top, or $7.50 in full  library  morrocco, and the  book  111 either binding, will be sent, fullv prepaid-on approval/ to any adrlreca in  the world, to be paid for if found satisfactory, or mav returned withiii a week01 re  i-eiptanJ thecharge cancelled.   Address the Author and t'ublieheiy   ^y  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block. Houghton   Mlch.^U, S. Ai  Month. 19.14    1005       1004  Junuary U 410 15.05    1X.553  rel>riiary...la.UG:i  15.010 V2 245  Murcli 12.208 16 20rf 12 250  April 12li22 14 018 13 I2l)  May 12.758 14 027 13 0d0  ���'"lie 12.209 14.073 12.:-ii)ll  July 12 270 14.888 12 50O  Angjiai 12.J42 15.70    12 408  -entijiiibcr.. 12.404 15 ��'J3  12.020  October 121)04      13 117  ���  Xqveinber ..J4.283     14.456  December .. 14.0t>0     14,850  Year .12.820     12,990  . 1005  15 128  I5.|::0  15 045  V 0 I)  I4 81'0  14.S12  15.005  15.73  .16.1(78  WANTED. ���MEII AND WOMEN WITH  common-ssljool education, tbnr'are lind of  workmjr lor small wages, to qualify as salaried  oa writers or.show-^art. wr/tern through our  instruction by mail. Prices low; terms easy: no  books to buy. Send for circular. Fluting where  i you saw this ad and which position vou want.  'IlmiBNATlONAI,    COKRKSPO.VDENCi:   'SCHOOLS.  Dcranton. Pu.  The inauguratiop of the eight hour  day at the Granby smelter this week is  another indication of the willingness of  the Granby Co. to meet employees on  ������������������(������������������t������s*��((a((s��  It Isn't the oppor-  | tuflities you miss that  ��� woil you harna half as  ��� much as itis theoppor-1  I tuflities the other fellow |  I grasps ahead of ym.   |  eeo��oo��f>������ooeeee����o9��o��0o>-  LasBrioas Passenger Service Jnaajarated by  Q. N. Railway tompaoy.  In the Oriental Limited, the new  service inaugurated by the Great North  em railway company, on its main line  between St. Paul and Seattle this week.  a new standard has been fixed for luxurious accommodation for pussengers.  The whole equ'pment of the sleeping  and parlor cars is greatly improved in  every respect. They are richly and  beautifully furnished and every possible convenience for travellers has  been attended to. Each train has a  library f >r the use of passengers, con  taming all the standard works in the  English language, as well as the latest  works of fict.on, and all the best maga  zines, academic and popular.  But the i h-ef feature of the Oiiental  Limited is undoubtedly the obseiva-  tion car seivice. The open cais formerly in vogue on the line, and sliil  used on other transcontinental lines,  entailed a great discomfort to passengers from the cindeisand giit fiom the  locomotive, and the dust of the road.  The new observation cars will be enclosed with plate glass, combining im>  munity fiom dust, wind and cold with  an uninterrupted view of the natural  beautjes of trje ,coqntry traversed.  Truth needs no tinsel.  Weakness cannot-wait.  Friends never come in flocks.  Love is the great human loadstone.  Labor is the noblest of all prayers.  ,    Every sin would like  to  syndicate  itself.  The  world   needs   kindness   more  than creeds.  All saints  are homemade but none  are self made.  When religion is only a  thing it   is  jworse than nothing.  Enough is as good as a feast; more  .leads but to famine.  Even a child knows  the  difference  ,between piety and padding.  No man can be an infidel who   has  ,some faith in human nature.  The day of rest is never the  better  ,for making it a day of rust.  Look to your works and your wings  twill take care of themselves.  It is for him to forgive the man who  has wronged the other fellow.  The "cloth" is an effective insulator  between men and the ministry.  Too many hope to bull their own religious stock by bearing that of others.  The top notch of sentiment is gained  more  e.isily   than   the   lowetf step ol  service.  Many times do we get the names of  our  troubles and our treasuies trans-1  j posed. .  And Boundary Mining Journal  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in theJDominion  of Cairada.  In five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have: been mined and  smelted here, with a valuation of over $r2,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at ��� Phoenix���not one or five  miles distant, but iu front of, behind aud beneath the''Pioneer office. Consequently, from our-vantage point we believe tlie Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable news ofthe mines and smelters of the Boundary.  I  The   Pioneer   is  worth #10  per  year���but  it costs  only  $2,   if the  coin comes with the order.    Make all orders  payable to the  Pioneer Publishing Cov  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager. a* * Phoenix, British Columbia  k'  K"'  r  1  -  i  t  11  ^k^^'^LZSSSSSSBES^SSSSa^^ OtBE053P?a:(5!fiJN65? HONiBBKl  If  To make the best Bread  you must h  best Flour.  When the dough is flat, sour, heavy  will not rise,���when the bread is  soggy, tasteless, indigestible���then  you have -cheap and inferior flour.  You may use pure fresh yeast,  faithfully adhere to the old-time successful bread making traditions, the  methods usually successful���but the  baking turns out badly���simply  because'-'ybti have not used the right  kind of flour.  Royal Household Flour is purified  and sterilized by electricity, it is therefore uniformly pure and wholesome.  And because it is thoroughly purified  it will yield a sweet, wholesome, light  spongy, that will bake into-flaky, deli-  ciously flavored, nourishing bread or  pastry.  It is really the only absolutely pure  flour )'ou can get.  Guaranteed by its makers and  Branded  OgiTyie'3 Royal Household Flour.  MINING  INVESTMENT  La  rge  Profits     if     Properly  Conducted.  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Tilkkii op at  iioukami klbp..v1ii.kk  Judgment,     Experience  Stamina Needed.  and  EASTER!  ��� v/wvywy/v-y  WNSH  Capital $3,000,000.00  Reserve $i,500,000 00  Fortv-Scven Offices in Canada  The Most   delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  I'-rough Salt Lake City, olenwoo<l Spring, l.i-u.lville, 1'iiuMo,  "     Colorado Springs ami 'Denver.  A DdyiigbrRiife Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee I'll**,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  3 Fast Trains Doily Bet, Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment and Service Second lo None  SEKK  NO FURTHER,   FOR BETTER CANT  HIvFOUNU.  For Detailed Information, address  W. C.MeBKIDK. General A,-,nr.  1-JIThird .Street. I'Olt I'l.AN 1>. Ollh'.OV  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  .Then buy the.  ���  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  w|lil.|,KivwIVrfwlWorkii8|-cM,"._t.-M  liino Willi th�� |jri-i-��t��t=t .-iiso ff   p.-iati"!'.  Write for Cnlalcgt  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents. Phoen.��, B. C.  Gait Coal  delivered to any pari of  the city.  <��  Oats. Wiikat, Fkkp.ktc.  (j  Large stock. <j  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,        OW.'r^M        Phoenix, B. C.  Addition  Q&&G  Il has mort; ihun once been pointed  out that the tine ciiieiinn of success  in Ihe ir,vestment woild is the quality  of "stick lo-il-ivencss"; in oilier words,'  that in nine cases out of Un it is the  man wiili courage and perseverence  who wins, ami the "q'uitiei" who loses.  A majority of failines in business invest men is may he traced to the fact  that loo many men expect too much  for ton little. They make an investment, and if it does not begin to pay  large dividends within a few weeks or  months, they' throw up the sponge and  denounce the enteiprise and everybody MMinected with it in unmeasured  terms.  It is because of these "squealers"  that the impiession lias obtained that  a niiij'iriiy of hiisincs and mining ventures are faiiihes and that the losses  arc meater than the piofits in such  piopiy.itions, taking ihem as a whole.  Nothing could bo further from the  tiuth. Take mining as an example :  One is .-n accusioined to hear complaints fiom those who have been unsuccessful in theii mining ventures  that it was long ago deemed unneces.  saiy lo refute the cliaige that mining  was a gamble. As a matter of fact we  hear more about the losses than we do  ihe profits.  The investor who lakes down profits  in Irs mining 'ventures is ��� the most  s.ili'.fiel pet si .ii in the ivoiid, for the  reason that ihe dividend payments are  inn lly laige in compniNon with the  .'iinoum investei'. These successful  iiiveslms do not, however, go about  at'veilising their good lurk with the  aid of a brass band. Il they made the  welkin ring wi'h their lejoicings at a  ratio equal lo those who have met  with f.iliue, the murium ings, the  "knockings" of the latter would be but  a feeble ecno in comparison. The fact  remains that tlie picfits in mining and  in most business ventures are so much  greater ihan ihe lossus.that it sounds  childish to hear people make the con  tention that more money is lost than  is made in speculative ventures.  The country is full of evidences of  successful speculations in mining and  oilier legitimate ventures. Throughout the west there are scores of men  who have made their millions in mining operations; who have made '.beii  iniliio'is where thousands only have  >eeii invested and expended. 11 may  he s.iid without f-.ir of successful contradiction that the foi tunes distributed  to lominate and successful investors  exceed, ten lo one, ihe losses that have  been sustained by tho^e, who through  lack of judgment, cxpeiience and sia-  niiiia, have been overtaken by failure.  The secret of all success lies in the  ability to understand that "all things  come to him who waits." Foi tune  can be wooed but not driven. The  man who cannot afford lo wait cannot  niToid to speuilate.���Chicago Mining  Wt.-ild.  The superstition is so stiong that in  none of the hotel-, in Spokane is then*  a mom nunbcied 13. Hotel managers long ago found out that a gieat  maj nity of tiaveleis were tender on  the subject of 13,   and a   room   with  that number was hard to tent.  ���it  Some time ago the ladies of Moyir  gave a dance to raise funds To pay 101  some hose that was purchased by the  local fire brigade. In referring to'ii  the Vancouver World used this heading :    "Moyie   Ladies Danced to 1 ay  for Their Hose."  '  ���������  A Boston girl who has been tiying  to find out why automobilesso oiten  run into objects which the operator  tries to avoid, thinks she has got next.  She says : "It is hypnotic influence  of concentrated attention, rendering  the movement inco-ordinate, so that  the operator becomes the victim of  perverted reflexes, of purposeless effort  and the abject subject of an optical delusion."    Perhaps she is right.  Geologists who ought to know, claim  that North America will entei a glacial  epoch in 110,000 years from r>ow.  That's the way with- these pessimistic  scientists, tiying conjure up approaching disaster, says the Nelson Econo-  inosi. Why didn't they extend the  time a few centuries so that those of  us who are alive now would have no  dread ?   .  I)i. King, a Winnipeg eye specialist,  snatched a kiss from a married woman  who was consulting him with regard lo  her eyes. He was fined $20, which  shows that the magistrate placed a  rather high estimate on kissing.  MONTREAL ALDERMAN  Praises Pe-ru-na as a Household Remedy  Alderman B. A. Lapointe, Is now, arid  has been for several years past, a member of Montreal's City Council, also a  leading member of the Finance Do-  partment,besides being secretary of tho  licensed Vitnallors Association. He  writes as follows:  "I have pleasure in recommending  Peruna for severe colds, and as an excellent tonic generally. It Is a medicine  that should be in every household."  The similarity of climato between  Canada and the United States makes  them practically one from a climatic  standpoint.  The rigors of winter, - alternating  with the heat of summer, produces a  variation of temperature which makes  catarrh an everpresent affection.  This is why Peruna is so popular  throughout tho length and breadth of  Canada and the United States.  Peruna has become recognized as a  standard remedy for catarrh in Montreal and Quebec the same as ia New  York and San Francisco.  WINTER  SCHEDULE  Double Service  Main  Line  Kootenay section   east   and  west connects with  IMPERIAL    LIMITED  Sheperservicewest Standard  and Tourist sleepers leave  Rfvelstoke        daily for  SF.AITI.K and VANCOUVER    :    :     :      :      :  EAST  Standard   Sleepers  Leave Kootenay Landing for  Medicine Flat connecting  with cars for St.Paul,Toronto  Montreal:       ';':       . :���'        :  Tourist Sleepers  Leave Medicine Hat Wednesday and Saturday for Toronto  Monday and Fiiday for Mon-  , treal, Friday for Boston- and  Tuesday for St. Paul:     :    :  ATLANTIC S. S. AGENCY  Through tickets lo and from  England. Ask for Christmas  Sailing-.All line represented.  Spokane   Falls  Northern Ry,  , Tlit* oiilv-all rail ronte hetuppii poSui*  east, west aiul sou id 10 linK-lsmi], "vi-  son. Grand Forks and Republic.  Buffet cirs tun between Spokane mid  Nor hpoit.  K/PFrcTIVK MARCH  s   1905  Leave.  10-00 a. m...  945�� i�� ..  11.05a. 111...  7 20 n. ill....  11*30 a. m.  700 a. in..   Phoenix    bpokunc   ...._Ko*o��laiid    Nelson    Gt~.t<l Korku..   Republic.. .  j.rrn*   6 00 p. m   6 20 p   m.  .. ..5.15 p.m.   8 45 P  '"���   4 251..KI-   6 30 p 111  Save   Time all the time  By USING  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,  Vancouver  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or to  A. \V. Haley, E.J.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, 15. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Kelson. B.C.  Palace and Tourist .Sleupora, Buffet  Library Care, Modern day Coaches, Dining Cars, Meals a La Cafte.  Best Meals on Wheels.  2 Fast Trains  Daily 2  jn eaith���in  him that the  -that they arc  M-iftSM-SM^fM"^^  Don't Be a Kicker.  If there is any chance to boom business, boom it. When asked about a  competitor tr his business, don't change  countenance and act as if you had a  sudden pain in the stomach���smile  and tell the K"'"* points. There is a  lot ufi;ii<id in the woist of us. Hide  your liule haiiiuit'i and speak well of  all, no mailer how small you may  krow yourself lo he. When a stranger  drops in, jolly him. Tell him I'hoenix is the gieatest rily  many ways ii is. Tell  business men do things  )!oa<l    U!!:ii;eu    and  ")'  I  I.     M ite   him   believe  he   has   at   last   siiu k   a   place where  white li��l'��s M'.v.  I icin'l kit k.  | ;.-l|i voiici'll' along by boosting, and  |iu-.!i Miii t'lirnds wiili vou. It's easy.  \y, m.m cvei h Ip-'.I himself by knock-  in" oilier pdiple down in character or  budiies". No iii"11 l"Vl'r rlot litn ,,v  tiying tn m.ike othets believe he was  the best man in bis line in town, or the  only man who could -el ti listed. You  cannot climb ihe ladder of success by  Heading no other men's coins, keep  off the coins and ��� Don't Knock.  You are not ihe only man. There  ���ue others, and most ol them are  honest, brainy, cnc^-iic and anxious  ,o succeed as well as you. "Of mind-  i,m you own business/' says Frank in.  "there is no end." It makes .ither  people like you. Nobody gets "stuck  on a "knocker." Don't be one-He  Good.    Hustle and be an optimist.  B. G MINING  The White Bear mine and mill, at  Rossland, are expected to be in full  opeiation soon.  Rossland's ore shipments last week  weie 5,480 tons, making 2^3,435 tons  for the calendar year to date.  The outlook this winter for the Ains-  worth mining division is much better  than it has been since ihe early days.'  Home and foreign, capital is'now be  ginning to be had for the development  of its mines.  Ore shipments from Silverton, on  Slocan lake, for the months of August,  September and October were 326 tons.  Of this 142 tons were dry and the balance silver-lead. Nearly the entire  amount was sent out by lessees.  The huge lend furnace now ordered  from and in process of manufacture by  the Kootenay Engineering Works, ai  Nelson, for the Trail smelter, is naif as  big again as the I truest now in opera-  don nt Trail. Il is 24 feet long a':d  5/4 feet wide and wi I have ilurty-  three wing openings. It is expected it  will lake beiwten il r.-e and fuu:  moi ths to complete.  A Toionto despatch says that the  diiectors of the War lCagle and Centre  Star mines have decided on amalgamation. They a^ree that it would permit ol a more profitable working ofthe  mines. They have decided to sell the  War Eagle stock to ihe Centre Star at  a ratio pf ten shares of Centre Star (or  fifteen of War F.agle. There was to  be a general meeting on November 23  to sanction the deal.  HOLIDAY  NUMBER  OF PIONEER  Will   be   Fully   Illustrated  From   Cover to  Cover*  In keeping with a custom inaugurated by the Pioneer three years ago, this  paper will issue-a Holiday Number  this year, and an endeavor will be  made to make this number better than  any that have qone before.y- Arrangements for the carrying out of this plan  are now nearly complete, and we have  every confidence that we shall be successful in publishing a number that  will be a distinct benefit to the Boun-  ber that every resident of this section  will be only too glad to send away to  capitalists looking for investment or to  friends already interested m this much  favored section. ���'������  The publication or such an'.issue  here is an undertaking of no small  magnitude, and aside from the actual  mechanical work, all .of which' will be  done in Phoenix, means a great amount  of work.     In view of this fact and the  EAST AND H EST.  For rateB and folders and full information regaiding tiips call on or addresa  any agent of the S. F. & N. Railway or  S. G. Yebkeb. C. W. Mahoney,  AsBt.G. P. A., ��� C. P. &T. A.,  Seattle,       701 \V. Riverside,  Wash. Spokane, W11.  M. M. Stephens, Agent  Phoenix, B. C.  Grand Hotel  Corner Howard and Main Sts.  SPOKANE.  Phoenix People  and British  Columbians  generaHy will rind a home in Spokane nt  the Grand Hotel. Recently remodelled  and refurnished. Under the management of E. E. Phair, late of Hotel Phair,  Nelson, B.C:  All British Colombia papers on file.  European plan. Rates 50 cents to $2.00  per day.   Free bus meets all trains.  dary as a whole���-as  we  have  ample | further fact of the acknowledged  use-  evidence previous numbers have been.  This year there will be about 50  pages of reading matter, with a cover,  halftone engravings, etc., the whole  realistically depicting the mining and  smelting industries of the Boundary  country. No important part of the  Boundary will he overlooked, and no  effort will be spared to publish a num-  fulness of such 1 publication in making known the Boundary to the outside  world,we bespeak in advance the hearty  co-operation for the Holiday Number  ofthe Phoenix Pioneer for 1905-06 of  those who really have an interest in  seeing this stxtion forge ahead as one  of tbe really great mining districts on  the American continent.  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  Tie leadiii; Hotel of tlie Kootenays  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  >ei i.iliy '.h'i-<   i!l V '"    ''ne   are   to   :>  man   il.e   npia'csi   wm   ever  met���as  tod a* v 'in  Newspaper Men Need Eadoreen.  It is u common saying, that the  newspaper man will get his reward in  heaven. Well, perhaps, but the trouble  is that too many of them are not traveling that way. Still, the question of  reward does not bother them. Some  have been fortunate enough to get  their businesses ji.iid for, and perhaps  own a home. Some, in towns that  have developed rapidly into large  cities, have accumulated small fortunes,  lint there is not one in five hundred  who could get a note cashed at the  bank for $1,000 without good endorsers, and we don't know of one in  Uiitish Columbia. But it is a pleasant life. One always has staunch  friends, and ihat is a lot in this world.  Take it all together, il we get past Si.  IVter, no doubt we would be happier  if we 1 oil Id have a chance to woik at  the same business through eternity ���  Cranbrook I Icrald.  On Boundary Conrtacls  At the Rossland Engineering Works  the contract f^r furnishing 18,000 insulating pins lo ihe West Kootenay  Power and Light Company for its new  Boundary pole line is about half finished and will be completed by the end  of the month. It will take seven car  loads of one and one-half inch round  and angle iron to make the 18,000  pins. At the works twelve ore cars  for the Centre Star and twelve for the  Dominion Copper company's mines at  Phoenix are now being made.  NOTICK.  Notice is hereby tiven that. 30 days  after dale, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lund and Works  for a special license to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands, on the West Fork of the North  Fork of the Kettle river, about 56 miles  from Grand Forks:���marked "A. C.  Fraser, S.E. Corner Post," running 80  chains west; thence 80 chains north;  thence 80 chains east, and 80 chains to  place of commencement; containing 640  acres.  Paled .Iulv 17th. 1905.  "A. C.'FRASER,*:  H. A. AIXES, Agent.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that,-30 day?  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lund and Works  for 11 tpecial license to cut and carry  uway timber from thefollowingdesuribed  IiiikIp, on West Fork of the North Fork of  llii! Kettle river, one mile south of A. C.  Frusei'a claim :���Commencing at a poet  planted on southeast corner, running 80  chains west; thence 80 chains south;  tliLince 80. chains oast, and 80 chains to  place of commencement; containing 640  acres.  Located the 17tb dav of Julv, 1905.  K. It. GILPINl  IL A. ALLES, Agent.  NOTICE.  N'OTrCE IS HEREBY GIVENT that an extraordinary meeting of the shareholders of the  GraDby Consolidated Mining, Smelling &. Power  Co., Ltd , will be held at the company's office,  No. si Broadway, New York N.Y.. on Friday  December ist, IQ05, at 11 a.m., for the purpose ol  adopting new by-laws, authorizing the application to raise the par value of the stock to $:oo.oo,  increasing the number of directors from twelve  to fifteen, and the transaction of any other busi  ness that may properly be done at an ordinary  general meeting.  Dated this 15th day of November, 1905.  NORTHXOP FOWLER,  Secretary.  MINERAL ACT.  Cerlificate of Improvement!.  NOTICE.  ������Dexter   Fractional,"   -'Pilot   Fractional"   and  "Log Cabin Fractional" Mineral Claims, situate in the   Greenwood  Milling  Division  ol  Yale District    Where located: In Greenwood  Camp.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, agent  tor Thomas Roderick, Free Miner'! Certificate  No. BS5476; James Marshall Frte Miner's CertiS-  catj No. B91550; James McNulty,  Kree Miner's  Certificate No   B85<75, and Daniel Bresnahan,  Kree Miner's Cei tificate No. BS5S5S, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Milling Recorder for Cettificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Orants ofthe  above claims.  And further take notice that act!on, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate ��f Improvements  Dated this ind d!>y of November, A.D. 1905.  I. H. HALLETT.  J. 6. MACAIM  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  jtjtjt         PHOENIX, B G.  VISIT   TO  OUR  FACTORY  would prove a revelation to  many boot dealers as well as  boot wearers. It is equipped  with the most mrderate machinery. Every department is  under expert supervision, and  none but No. 1 leather and find  ings ever enter the doors.  In this age when all is substitution and alteration, we confine ourselves strictly to the best  materials that money will buy.  Is it any wonder that prospectors, loggers and miners far and  wide, insist on getting"LECKIL'2  BOOTS"? They are a WESTERN product for Western  people.    Accept no  .substitutes.  WHOLESALE    BV  ��������  VANCOUVER, B. C  . '*���  1 ii  *   1 11 -  :! il1'  \\l-  'ii  V11&  61  ' 1  'li '  ,��l '  0  lt>  r:  ft   ~. THE PHOENIX PIONEER.
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Phoenix, Bf C
city and
Old Ironsides Ave,
This is the largest hotel in  the
has been improved and refitted, being well
adapted for mining  and  travelling men.
■ Bar   we'L stocked   with   choice   goods.
Dining Room  under personal  charge of
the proprietor,
Telephone No. 77        Mrs. P. L. KcKelvey, Prop,
►oO-O-OOO-O-
COMING AND GOING
J. E. McAllister, superintendent of
the li. C. Copper Co.'s smelter, is expected back from a nip to New York
this week, wheie he went to cousult
the directors of I lie company.
Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading
Mining Camp
Taken
saddle mare.
Mare Taken Up.
up   in   Wellington
C. A. Desbrisay, of the Great North
em right of way staff, was here Sunday.
David Whiteside, the Grand Forks
solicitor, was registered at the Hotel
Balmoral Wednesday.
M. H. Murtha, trainmaster of the
Spokane Falls & Northern, was up
from Spokane early this week.
William Anderson, of Cascade,   in «jx»»3®CiX3©S)^^
in    Wellington    camp,
Owner can identify and
secure same  by  applying at Pioneer
office and paying charges.
Hotel Balmoral
Comer Knob Hill Ave., and First St
PHOENIX, B. C.
New and Up-to-date,
Centrally Located,
Good Sample Rooms.
J. A. McM/tSTER
Proprietor.
In and Around Phoenix
BRIEF TOPICS  OF  LOCAL   AND   GENERAL
INTEREST   TO  PHOENICIANS.
■ The Druggist is Boyle.
See art Chinaware at Boyle's.
,    Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all   repairs.
Infants' sleigh for sale. '  Inquire at
. this office.
'''    See our new imported China ware.~
Boyle the Druggist.
;    The mercury r»ot down as low as 15
above zero this week.
Phoenix is the only town in the Bouri-
' dary enjoying good sleighing     ' -   -
■   Prescriptions properly prepared from
pure drugs.—Boyle, the Druggist.
Largest and best stock of Cut Glass
„ in the Boundary.—Dey the Jeweler    •
"'For prescriptions putup a; the doctor orders, take them to the Thomas
Drug Co.        ;       .
Joe Trombley has about completed
his contract for furnishing cedar poles
-    for the Bonnington pole line.
Prendergast & Munro have- been
working on the flooding ot the skating
rink all this week, and hope to have it
open for the use of,the public by',Dec.
ISt.  v" ^ ".,'     , .
-."    Many, of those  who attended  the
\fifth annual ball given last week Friday
, ,by the Eagles, say that it. was  one of
the  best affairs of the kind ever given
in Phoenix. " • -.   \" .   \\   ,\
■ Fine English Jardinieres at. Boyle's.
J. L. Martin will  buy International
Coal shares.
your order  to  Boyle,   the
Balmoral
of
The Phoenix Brewing Co., Biner &
Sons,  are continuing  the.making of
.improvements to  the plant  they recently acquired. They intend to make
it the best in the Boundary.
H. H. Shallenberger, manager of the
Crescent and Don Pedro mines, went
to Spokane with his wife yesterday.
He will proceed east on a two or three
weeks' trip to confer with his,partners.
G. T. Rogers was .elected  the  first
mayor of-the'city of*Cranbrook last
Wednesday, and J. . C.   Fink,   D.   E.
Murphy,  James  Greer,   H.  .Hicken
botham, G. P. Tisdale and J.-Jackson
■ we're elected as the first aldermen
This" week   the city  completed   repairs to the sidewalk on School street,
which should have been done a  year
and a half ago by the Great. Northern,
< under the agreement with the city.   It
, will -now  be charged  to the railway
.company. >l '       •
Information has been received here
that W. B. Hilliard/for'iierly an employee of the Pioneer, but now of Vernon, was recently married to Miss
Ruth Graybill, of Berlin, Ontario," and
that  the newly - married   couple are
■ making their home in Vernon.
• The Victoria Colonist announces
that the provincial department of mi'ies ]
is about to engage in an extensive
campaign of publicity in Great Britain, j
Mining reports, bnlletins and maps are
to be distributed through the igent
general's office on a large scale.
Elliott, Woodard & Logue, who
cleared and built some ten miles of
" the Bonnington power line from Greenwood to Hardy mountain near Grand
Forks, have completed the contract,
and now have two and a half miles
more, from Hardy mountain to the
crossing of the North Pork of Kettle
river.
Phone
Druggist.
Dr.- Simmons,    dentist,
hotel December "0 to 12.
Just received  a' large  selection
fine Cut Glass.—Dey the Jeweler.
y.Buy your Chinaware early and get
first choice.—Boyle, the Druggist.
The best is the cheapest—especially
in drugs of all kinds. See the Thomas
Drug Co..
Mrs. A. B. \V. Hodges • came up
from Grand Forks with 'Mr. Hodges
this werk, returning Friday,
Prescriptions quickly and carefully
compounded from freshest drugs by
Thomas Drug Co.
- Wedding invitations and announce
ments promptly executed in the latent
styles in-the PioneenJob Department
., William Davidson, M.P.P./of Sjn-
don,"was,,calling on several old Slocan
friends ihPhoenixon Thursday. Mr.
Davidson is the only independent-
labor member, of the legislative assembly.       •
Lorne A. Campbell, manager of the
West Kootenay Power & Light Co.,
was over from Rossland Tuesday, inspecting the progress on the company's
big sub-station here, as well as that 01
the power lines.
In North York, Hon. A. B. Ayles-
worth,' postmaster general, defeated
McCallum (Conservative) by 501 last
Wednesday, and in Antigonish, Chis-
holm, (Liberal) defeated Girroir (Conservative) by 284.
, J. Cosgrove; advance agent for the
Polmatier Sisters Concert Orchestra
Company, was here Thursday, and arranged for the company to appear here
December 20th under the auspices of
the Phoenix Curling Club.
- J. P. Graves, general manager of the
Granby Consolidated, returned last
week from a several weeks' trip to the
east, where he attended the annual
meeting,of1 the company. On his re-
turn*trip he visited the great copper
mines of the lake district in Michigan.
charge of the Cascade power lines, was
here Thursday on a \isit of inspection
Joseph S. Carter, district passenger
agent  for  the  C.P.R., from Nelson, j
was registered at the Hotel   Brooklyn 1
Friday. I
S C.'IIolnian, superintendent ofthe
Mother Lode mine, „ was in the city
Th ursday, enroute to Spokane for a
few days.
D. J. Uarraugh, chief license- inspector, was up from Midway Thursday, being registered at the Hotel
Alexander.
A. R. T. Lackie, chief engineer of
the Midway & Vernon railway, is expected to return from a trip to New
York this week.
Neil McCallum, of Grand Forks,
representing the Mutual, Life of Canada, spent a couple of days or more in
the city this week.
Mrs. L. Y.'Birnie and liitle daughter
Dons will leave for Seattle next Tuesday to spend three or four months with
Mrs. Birnie's sister.
W. C. Hall, of Northport, having
change of the tanks and pumps for the
Spokane Falls it Northern railway,
visited the camp Thursday.
R. W. Coulthard, travelling representative of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal
Co., was here Tuesday, and appointed
M. M. Stephens local agent for the
company.'
M. M. Johnson, consulting engineer
and managing director of the Dominion
Copper Co., who arrived from Salt
Lake last week, will spend some little
time in the Bounda.y. ' This week he
went up to the Camborne section to
look at some properties.
OF INTEREST TO SUBSCRIBERS.
In case any of the subscribers
to the Pioneer have a cunosity
to learn just how they stand with
this paper, they can merely
glance at the address label and
it will teil the story. If the label
reads, for instance, 10-05, it
means that your subscription ex
pired on or before the las', day
of September, 1905, and that it
would give the editor pleasure to
have you renew at once. If it
reads 11-05 or any higher figures, you are paid up to the
month and year indicated.
A few subscribers are in arrears, and this notice is intended
as a reminder. We trust that
they will look after the matter
without further delay, as we need
the money in the business, and
it requires cash to conduct a
newspaper in British Columbia.
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Stylish
Rabbet
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MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK
"Rtx." "J.A.T. " "Monte Ctijio Fraction*!" mid
"Toothpick Fractional"  M'nernl Claims, sit
natc in  the (Greenwood  Mining Division of
I'ritiuli Columbia.   Where located:   "J A.T "
in Summit Camp mid "Hex." "Monte Cri&to
Fractional" aud "Toothpick Fractional"
Greenwood Camp*
TAKE  NOTICK  that I, J   L.   Martin. Frte
Miner's Certificate No 1191,507, intend, sixty dojs
f.om the date hereof, to apply to tlir- Mining Record r for Certificates of Improvements fur the
purpose of obtaining Crouru Grants of the above
claims
Am further, take not-ce that action, iind«r sec*
tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance
ol such Certificate oflmprovctnents.
Dated this 17 h day of Novtmber 191-5.
.      . J. I.   MARTIN.
The new Maple Leaf
samples include models
for French, Cuban and
Military heels. They are
a little neater and daintier
than you ever imagined
Rubber Footwear could be
made.
Ask your dealer for the
Maple Leaf
Brand
They cost no more than
the ordinary makes.
ay Announcement.
We   wish
to announce to the people of Phoenix and vicinity
that we arp opening up the largest line of
Jewelry, silverware, Cut Glass, Fancy
Goods, Novelises, ele.,
ever shown in Phoenix or ihe Boundary, such as
7-piece Tea Sets
3-piece Tetea-Tete
Sets,
Coffee Sets,
Mai lieu 1 e Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Watches,
Clocks,
Diamon Is,
Souvenirs,
Cut Glass, and
General Jewelry,
Our   prices  are  the  lowest   possible.      Orders  filled   from
Montreal and Toronto Jewelry Catalogue houses.
Goods  not  satisfactory promptly replaced  or money cheerfully
refunded.
Also Webb's and Ramsay's CHOCOLATES in fancy boxes, all
sizes and price*.
TRADE at HOME and SAVE YOUR POSTAGE STAMPS.
Shaving Sets,
Jewel Cases,
Puff Boxes,
Collar Button Boxes,
Silver Novelties,
etc.
all
J. Leckie Co. Ld.
VANCOUVER. B. C.
ma***p&00&*0&*a&**.9******)$.
VIMNMIftl
j  Church Services   i
I Tomorrow.
Methodist—Class meeting at 11 a.
m., Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. even
ing service 7:30 p. m. Tuesday evening at 7:30 Junior League. A cordial
invitationtoallthe.se services. Rev
C. Wellesley Whittaker.
St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,
Preaching Service ' tomorrow at
7:30 p. in. Sunday school and Bible
class at 2T30 p.m. A cordial welcome
to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.
Catholic—Church of Our Lady of
the Good Counsel.—Divine Service
every and and 4th'. Sunday of each
month. Ho'.y 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.,
Application to. Transfer Liquor Liseaae.
Church of England—Services,   ist
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
lo apply tit the next meeting of the
board of License Comniisoionera of tbe
corporation of tho city of Phoenix, P.O.,
for the transfer of the license to sell
liquors at retail on the jireinises known'
as the Central Hotel, corner of Second
street und Old Ironsides avenue. Phoenix, B.C., now held bv me, to John Anderson and fills HeniickMMi.
Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 17th day
of Oc.ober, 1905.
(Signed)
AuaubT Jackson.
The
Billiard
R<
Loyal   •
Parlors
R. H. KARATOFSKY; P**.
E. A. Black, Jeweler J
FIRST ST..  PHOENIX, B. C. ■
Real Estate and Mines
Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all th
leading mines lought and sold.
G. W. Rumberger
■ •..
SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.
*MkW Tin- moil p-rfcety appoluled rifa th
and Pleasure Resort in" tlie West, with a cum
pletesystem of Baths—including Turkish an I
Uussian. Open the year round. The c iraliv*
properties of "Is waters are uuequaled.
ForCurinpr.il! Rheumatic. Nervout aud M i»-
tularTrouhUs        «, r
Voi He.iluiK a\\ XiJney, J,iver aud Stomach
niliiifiits.
For K'iiiiinatiii^ all MelalliePoisous from" th<-
Syateiu
The giaudeur  ol   the scenery   la uurivalW
Mountain*, snow peaks, forests.lakes.water'alls
Snnrisiv    in   'nidi mndil,'   « „_       '     u       boating, yachting, fishing shooting,  excursi- uv
ounaa)    111    eacll month,  2 30 p m. by ' tennfe.     IU winter oHim te   is ..n.i.rno.wd  lo
Rev J. Leech-Porter of Greenwood.       "»•<*•■■*»• h^ary Mcintosh,
- * . Pioprietor.
If you want to enjoy a
good smoke, come to the
Royal Billiard Parlors.where
you will find a Full Line of
Imported Cityirs and Tobaccos, a.id the Finest
Line of WebbN Chocolates.
At the same lime you are
!ikc!_. to find your friends
here enjoying billiards or
the bowling rooms.
Information- about' Phoenix   and   the
Boundary country given on application.
Dominion Ate.
Telephone No. 28.
<# Phoenix, B.C
m*mi+m*****e1am0m**aiaimeaie*ei*
So!«'
I  R.  H.  TRUEMAN
THE WELL KNOWN
Photographer
of Vancouver,
will be in
B. C.
Agents   for  Hazelwood  Ice
.ream.
7   Knob  Hill Ave.
Pho«nlx, B. C.
Under New Management
Hotel Alexander
R. V. Chisholm, Prop-
Conducted in First-CIass shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.
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1 Views of
1 Phoenix
On Your Writing; Paper
Special attention to dining room.
/ ,-"     well   furnished, roohis.
Dominion A venae • -
Urge,
J. T. Wilkinson, of Vancouver, probably the best known correspondent in
the province, is once more in the
Boundary, after several years' absence,
spent m globe trotting. "Wings," as
he is l:nown, has deserted the fourth
estate, and is now writing life insurance when he can find subjects.
Not;oes are out asking
for carrying  msdh   from
Greenwood, and   return,   connecting
with the Great Northern trains, the service to be six times a week.     No reason i.s given,  however,   why Phoenix
mails  should  not he brought here on
the Great  Northern   trains at   once.
The tenders are to be in by December
22nd, so that it will be after January]
ist,   j906,  before the new service is^
put into effect
for  tenJers
I'hoenix   to
BOWLING CLUB
ELECTS OFFICERS
Arrangements    Making     for
Another Tournament
Tuesday evening a raetting of the
Phoenix Bowling Association was held
when the following officers were elected: President, J. L. Martin; vice-
I president, C. D. Hunter; secretarj-
| treasurer, R. H. Karatofsky; executive
committee, the officers and \V. S.
Macy, G. E. Dey, G. L. McNicol and
I. Crawford.
The first tournament now closing
has created a good deal of interest in
the game, and another will be arranged
at once, with appropriate' prizes for the
contestants.
Bowling ffc-raits.  •
The following table gives'the games
won and lost by each  team  and  the
percentages upto Thursday night, inclusive:
Teams High
Martin.    2115
Crawford . ......2078
Smith 2020
Birnie 2137
Stephens 2062
DeVoin 2105
Oxley -.2115
Boucher ..- 2087
Strutzel 2032
Dey 2252
THIS   WEKK'S   OAMES.
Monday—Strutzel 2is2,Oxl(-y 1932
Tuesday—Crawfo-d 2 203, Dev2C33
Wednesday—Oxley   2071,    Manii
2017.
-Thursday—Birnie
1956.
GREENWOOD,  B.C.
DECEMBER 1st FOR ABOUr TEN DAYS
This will be your only opportunity for some tim.; to obtain
firstclass photographic work, as th; visits here of artists of-Mr.
Truemans standing are very rare. Mr. Truenian's work i, too well
known to require any special mention. '   '
•   Remeiiuer the dates—Dec. ist ten days.
_ STUDIO OPPOSITE WINDSOR IJOTEL '
COPPER STREET.
A new stock with sev-
eial different views,~just
received. 'lake a look
at it, just what you want
Also a-
New Line of
f -Souvenir Postals
Our stock of Souvenir
Postals Cards is immense and must be
seen to be appreciated.
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Phoenix Beer
Made fiom the BEST MALT and PU REST
SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist
on having it'      '
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J BINER AND SONS,  Prop.
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Painter and
House  Decorator."
PHOENIX,  B. C.
Sign Writing on short notice,        •       Estimates promptly furnished.
• Stationers,    Niwsdealers,
J        , ,3^-kscconists.
g, Knob Hill Ave Phoenix, B C.
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The BEST, Cheapest
and most satisfactory.
^^^^^^^^^^^^   Clothing in Phoer.ix.
WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied
customers. If you don't 'oelieve it come
and examine goods.
A Fail Line of Underweat, Shirts,SJioes, Ties,etc,
iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old
and Cheapest prices.
THOMAS BROWN,
Men's Wear Exclusively. knob i„I:;.ranvS..bi'SSkkn,x.
FIRE TESTED.
Games Games Per
Won    Loftt   Cent
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TIME TRIED.
D. J. iViathe^son
'■ - PHOENIX, B   C.
Agent for the Strongest Fire  Insurance
Companies m  the  World,
mssissm
THE
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Wm. Hunter Co., Ltd
DOMINION AVENUE.
Royal Insurance Co.
-Norwich Union.
National of Ireland
London & Lancashire
Western Assurance Co.
Uhion Assurance Co.
Queen In-urance C >.
Phoenix of Hartford.
Respectfully    Solicits   a   Share    of   Your    Business.
2076,    Stephens
STYLE
Miss M. McDonald cordially invites the ladies of Phoenix   to
inspect the latest styles in Hats at her new store.
Lower Town • - • Pominloo Avenuer
Men's Suits
Men's Hats
Men's Shirts
Men's Shoes
Ladies' and Children's Goods
If Yo« WaJtlt a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will
find a choice selection iu our line pf men's stjlish clothing
for   winter.   We sell the kind that weai well and look well.
Men's Shifts You will find it hard tn duplicate oui 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 those new
fall blocks, in Wack and Brown, also a nice lange of
straw and linen hats, •
Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is comp'ite, you should
see them before purchasing. Our patent call dress shoes
and oxfords outshine them all.
Boy SttitS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks  and   three
piece suits, stylish.
See our line of Ladies' Wnisis, Ladies' Shirts, I adie?' Collais,
Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Childien's
Wash Dresses.
Girls' and Boys' waists.
Wm. fitintor* Co* Liisiited,
US
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