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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 27, 1906

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 w.  ���J  FUSE  I If. OK   fiAUKI*   HOi;ilM" COLSTKHKI)  Will not stiffen up   in  cold   weather.  I'mits no fire when burning.  Absolutely     reliable���water     proof   and  weather proof.  BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  FUSE  BLUB L.A.BEL..   IJOUllLK COt.*NTKRKI>  Manufactured specially for B. C. mines.  Write for samples. The makers of Blue Label  D. C. and ''Maple Leaf Brand" have been established since 1863. c. D. COEPEL  Soli A<tnt for Canada - - Nclua, B. C.  Ny lQPT,f>ni.\>  Skvkntii Ykar.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1906.  No,   49.  COUNCIL OFFERS  REWARDOFS500  For  Person   Who   Set  to City Hall.  Fire  Also $J50 Reward For Howard Martin.  Boundary Mining Notes  right  No. 7. Striped and figured flannelettes!  28to 36 inches wide  10,12��,.15cj  No* 2.   New Kimono   Cloths,   beautiful  patterns, 30 inches wide 15,20,25c ���  No. 3. Ladies'Flannelette Night Gowns, j  Neatly trimmed in pink, blue and \  white shades     -     $1.00 to $3.00 j  No. 4. Ladies' .Flannelette Wrappers]  and Kimonos. Assorted colors j  and sizes ��� $1.25 to $2.50 j  No. 5. The celebrated Watson's Under-j  ���wear for women and children in all i  sizes, styles and prices.  No. 6.    Fancy Tweed Mixtures, just the  thing for girls' dresses 45, 60, 75c  I'he Indies of Phoenix cannot afford to let this opportunity pass.  Drop in and it will give us great pleasure   to  show you these nice   new  fall goods.  Our  For Pri  1  1  MM*^MM*K  ^am0mtm.rrm*+m  t0^am*i0mm  ~m*  ���OMfe^M  ^  ^..>m^ IT Ol  fT   mT��.kTm.  -^r^r^ri:  w  4*  ! srovrs! STOVtS!  Alhough we have been blessed with  unusually Hue went I er this fall, you  must not think it will continue forever.  So make up your mil d that we are going'to have our usual amount of cold  and winter and when ��� odoing, also make  up your mind to buy your new Stove  from us. We have the m in great variety,  and never before has our stot k of  .'loves and Ranges been so complete.  This is a partial list of  have in stock.        "  ihe   lines   we  Heating Stoves  Air tight Queens, from    -     4  Air tight Cottage, from      -  Pieinium, its a   beauty, "Our  Best," from  Coal Heaters, for those   who  burn coal,  from  Cooking Stoves, tmni  5.00  1 6.00  lo $12.50  "     1700  15.00  1 S.00  30.00  2 3.00  Sterling Ranges  This is Where We Shine  with high warming closet  Our Maivel  Reservoir  Our Wayne, with high warming closet  "   Superior "  "   Stewart   "      "  Beauty"  Our Souvenir,  with  high  "Our Best One"  �� $36  nd  (��  (<���'���  40.00  43-����  48.00  warming   closet  (��    55-����  t  ��   65x0  Our stock of Granite Ware wm never  more complete, md we have also  just received a )ine of ^^"J���  Ware, comprising Tea Potsl Tea  Kettles, Rice Balers, Stew Kettles  etc-.TheI lightest thing in the way of  cooking utensils you ever usecL  Last week Friday evening the city  council held a special meeting to consider the jail break by Howard Martin  of a day or two previous, and the setting of the city hall on fire at the same  time. Mayor Rumberger and Aids.  Marshall, Oxley, Brown, Kane and  McKenzie were present. Chief of  Police Flood and Fire Chief Docksteader were also there and were questioned regarding the affair, and told  the circumstances of both events. No  particularly new light was thrown on  the subject, the bird having flown, and  probably being safe on the other side  of the boundary line by that time.  Chief Flood recommended a number  of improvements in the jail, to make  it stronger.  After discussing the matter for a  time the council decided to offer a reward of $500 for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who  set fire to the city hall, and a reward of  $150 for the arrest of Howard Martin,  who broke jail the same night. The  council also decided to take steps to  make it more difficult for prisoners to  get out of durance vile hereafter, by  putting stronger doors on the jail room  and iron bars on the window. The  matter of adjusting the insurance on  the building also came up, the damage of less than $300 being fully  covered. A. S. Hood and D. J.  Matheson, the local insurance agents,  both being present, a basis of getting  at the exact loss was arrived at.  This week, Alex MeLeod, an employee of Morrin, Thompson & Co.,  was arrested, charged with assisting  Howard Martin to escape, by getting  him a horse from the Phoenix livery  stable. From Greenwood, it seems,  that Martin was driven to Ferry, Wash.,  at'4"o'clock the morning of the escape  by Roy Buckless of Greenwood. When  McLeod's case came up before Police  Magistrate Williams, McLeod's evidence showed that he was accosted  on the street by Martin, saying he was  not known at the livery stable, and  McLeod, who was known there, secured the horse for him. The charge  was dismissed.  GLOVE  CONTEST  WAS A DRAW  Was  jp^gr* <sc" vc vac Jf  Parker-Mullin    Scrap  the Real Thing;.  What was universally admittad to be  one of the best glove contests ever  pulled oft in the Boundary, took place  last week Friday evening at the opera  house between Kid Parker, of Denver,  ������nd Barney Mullin of Prince Edward  Island. Sports were present from  Greenwood and Grand Forks, and an  audience of 300 or 400 witnessed the  contest, which lasted for seven rouuds.  As yet the man has not been found  who did not think he got the worth  of his money that night.  After a preliminary bout between  William Biner and Joseph Ingram  which was declared a draw by Danny  Deane, the referee, the principal event  took place. Parker weighed 144  pounds, while Mullin tipped the scales  at 10 pounds more.  In the first three rounds Mullin appeared to have the best of it, but in  the fourth Parker showed up to better  advantage. In the fifth Mullin again  came to the front, but in the sixth  Parker got his ginger up and worked  wickedly. In the seventh round the  fighting was fast and furious, and finally both men were on the floor, and the  match was declared a draw. There is  talk of another contest between the  same men in the near future.  A Muiical Treat.  With the "Uncle Josh Spruceby"  company which comes to the Phoenix-  opera house next Monday is the celebrated Spruceby orchestra of eight  soloists. This musical organization  has a world-wide reputation, and is  under the direction of a talented leader  and composer of note. A very popular programme is rendered between the  acts. A big band is carried by the  company, and a novel and unique  parade is given at noon daily, and includes a concert by the band. A carload of special scenery and mechanical  i.'fleets are used. The realistic sawmill  scene is one of the most startling pieces  of stagecraft ever produced. Twenty  people are in the company, which is  1 lie largest production ever presented  at popular prices.  Latest Prices In Metals.  Nkvv York���Copper, electrolytic, ���'f'^l -  r>0(*$22.00;   lnk��.  *2I 75 @ $22.50.  Bar Silver, 70>.>  Lead, $5.76 to *5 95  Eastern coke is now   arnvu\  along at the Granby smelter.  Development work has been discontinued at the Meadow Lark claim.  When the' gallows frame is completed for the Granby's new Victoria  shaft, it will be over 100 feet high.  Supt. Thomas informs the Pioneer  that 25 men who are willing to work  can find employment at the Boundary  Falls smelter if they apply at once.  Three carloads of materials for the  new furnace for the Dominion Copper  Co.'s Boundary Falls smelter, have  arrived at the works, with others on the  way from the makers.  The Wallace Mountain Mining Co.,  with a capital of $250,000, is being  organized at Greenwood, by the owners  of the Duncan and Bounty fraction  claims, two prominent properties of  the West Fork district.  Since the visit of consulting engineer M. M. Johnson io the Maple Leaf  group, Franklin camp, recently bonded  by the Dominion Copper Co., for  $125,000, preparations are being made  at the property to house the working  force for the winter.  This week several hundred tons of  ore were sent out from the B, C. mine,  Summit camp, to the B. C. Copper  Co.'s smelter, the first shipment in a  couple of years from this old-time  shipper. The Oro Denoro will rejoin  the shipping list soon, also.  Manager McAllister, of the B. C.  Copper Co., fully expected to blow in  his second new blast furnace this week,  everything being ready on his part, the  electrical connections now being finished. Early next waek it should be doing business in good shape.  Mining operations have been discontinued at the Carmi mine, West  Fork, and foreman Geo. Cattnach and  a bunch of his men returned to Phoenix this week. It is said that d small  air compressor will be installed at the  property by E. H. Thruston, one of  the owners who has been looking after  things.  The fifth annual meeting of the  Pathfinder Mining Co. was held Monday at Grand Forks, when the following officers for the ensuing year were  elected : President, W. K. C. Manly;  vice-president, G. W. Rutherford; sec-  resary and treasurer, Robert Petne.  The directors are W. K. C. Manly, G.  W. Rutherford, A. W. Fraser, Robert  Harvy and C. N. Mardon.  Last week the annual meeting of  the Providence Mining Co. was held  in Greenwood, and new officers were  elected as follows : President, M. F.  Madden, vice-president, Dr. F. Byrnes;  secretary, M. S. Madden; treasurer, J.  B. Heeney; directors, the foregoing  and H. J. Fitzgerald, F. Rudolph, D.  B. Scully, W. S. Macy. The president's report showed progress during  the year, with 1.SS2 feet of develop  ment work done, and 1,374 tons of  high-grade ore shipped. The mine  still holds the record as the best high  grade property in the Boundary.  SOME GOOD  FINANCIERING  COMING AND GOING  Miners' Union Is Rapidly Getting Out of Debt.  Has  Paid  Off $7,000  Months.  in  Six  The judgment of the members of  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8 in erecting the costly hall and opera house  last year, is amply vindicated by the  rapidity with which the debt of the  structure is being liquidated. Within  six months some $7,000 in obligations  against the buildinghavc been cancelled  by Hugh Reed the treasurer, and, at  the present rate of payments, it will  not be long before the building is en  tirely free and unencumbered.  When the opera house was first projected, over a year ago, it was the idea  to erect a building that would cost  about $S,ooo. But, when the plans  were drawn it was found that the expense of construction would be much  more than this, and would likely reach  $15,000. As the work was almost en  tirely done by days' labor, the total  ost was not easy to arrive at in advance. It was steadily prosecuted,  however, and to date has cost the  union $21,500. The debt has been  so far taken care of that there is now  but $6,000 in building stock outstanding that the union itself does not  own, and this amount is steadily being  reduced. The stock earns three per  cent interest.  As a revenue producer the building  has certainly been all that was expect  ed of it, and perhaps more. The  various balls given frequently, the opera,  house and the lodge rooms, all pay  well, and in addition to having a  good dancing hall and lodge rooms,  as well as an opera house, all of which  are the best in the Boundary, the union  itself has a membership of over 700,  each paying in his dollar per month  regularly.  The opera house part of the build  ing was the last to be completed, but  it also has paid well, and orders have  now been placed for 200 opera chairs,  to come from Preston, Ontario, and  recently the union purchased 130 ordinary chairs, which with the chairs on  hand, will furnish ample seatirag capacity.  In addition to the above, stage furniture, including carpets, chairs, etc.,  have been ordered, as well as steel  sheathing for the front of the stage  and three other rooms in the building.  Mrs Henry Bradish arrived from  Idaho Tuesday, to visit her sister,  Mrs. O. N. Galer.  Mayor G. R. Naden, of Greenwood,  is attending the municipal convention  in Kamloops this week.  Joseph II. Graham is visiting his  son Stanley, who has taken up some  land near Redwillow postoffice, Alta.  11. P. Dickinson, of Rossland, the  Giant powder man, was in camp Wednesday, on one of his periodical trips.  Dr. R. B. Boucher and wife returned  last Saturday from a month's vacation,  which took them as far as Rochester,  Minn.  Aid. M. H. Kane went over to  Kamloops early this week as delegate  from Phoenix to the municipal convention.  George W. Wooster, treasurer of  the Granby Co., who had just returned  from a trip to the east, was up from  Grand Forks this week.  Joseph J. Lancaster, formerly civil  engineer at the Dominion Copper Co.'s  mines in this camp, left with Mrs.  Lancaster last Monday for Spokane.  Robert T. Ixiwery, proprietor of  the Greenwood Ledge, was shaking  hands with old friends in Phoenix last  Saturday, leaving that day for Nelson.  B. A Isaac and R. W. Hinton, of  the Nelson Iron Works, who are to  start a branch in Greenwood, were in  the latter town this week in that connection.  BONDED THE  DELPHIA GROUP  Dominion Copper Makes First  Payment.  Located Across Line,  on  Fleur Mountain.  La  John Mclnnis started Thursday for  Vancouver, to attend the labor convention which meets there beginning  Monday, being a delegate from Phoenix labor bodies.  Duncan Ross, M. P., is taking another political trip to the Okanagan  district of Yale-Cariboo, before returning to Greenwood next week and  thence going to Ottawa to attend the  coming session of parliament.  Thos. A. Woodruff and F. L. John-  Another group of claims has been  bonded by the Dominion Copper Co.,  this time across the international  boundary line. Tbe claims are known  as the Delphia group, and are located  on \a Fleur mountain, not far from  Curlew, and adjoining the Comstock  group, which was purchased by the  Le Roi Mining Co. seven or eight  years ago, when that company was  organized, although nothing extensive  in the way of work or development has  been done there in years. The property can ship via the Kettle Valley  lines.  The Delphia group of copper claims  was examined hy C. B. Bash, on behalf of the Dominion Copper Co.,  and a bond taken at a substantial  figure, a small payment down being  made this week. R. H. Parks, formerly in charge of the Rawhide mine  here, has been sent to the property to  build cabins and prepare for systematic development this winter.  JAMES  PEACOCK  .FELL 100  FEET  Mine  Car Dumped .Over On  The   Cage.  Thursday morning about 6 o'clock  James Peacock, a mucker boss at the  Granby mines, was seriously injured  in the No. 2 shaft by having a mine  car fall on him while on the cage. He  went down in the cage from the surface  and neglected to close tbe safety gates  after him. When the cage had descended 200 feet, a topman, Campbell,  came along with an empty car, and the  son, of Chicago, w*ho are interested in I gate being open, the car went down the  RARE  CHANCE  FOR THE PUBLIC  Boundary Side Lights  A sleigh road is being cleared from  the end of the North Fork wagon  road at Franklin city to Gloucester  city.  Married at Gr.Mid Forks, October  24th, by Rev. Father Hartmaii, at the  Catholic church, John P. Loftus and  Miss Mary Kennedy.  The funerals of Peter Godereau and  Joseph Celle, who were killed by James  A. Dale at the Carmi mine last week,  were held at Greenwood last Saturday.  D. J. Darraugh, policeman at Midway, who has had such a close call  with typhoid fever at the Greenwood  hospital, is now very slowly improving  The police commissioners of Grand  Forks have been investigating the  charges of gambling laid against the  proprietors of some of the hotels in  the smelter city.  Duncan Ross has purchased the  old P. Burns & Co. shop in Greenwood, and will move the Times office  to that location when the alterations  are completed.  The Grand Forks ba-vd association  proposes to give a minstrel show, and  Greenwood I Jramatic Co. will give the  play, "Our Boys." The latter may  present the attraction in Phoenix later.  Fred Gunderson, who d'ed in the  Greenwood hospital last week Thursday, was buried in Grand Forks on  Sunday, there being a large attendance  of members oi Grand Forks Union  No. 1 So, W. F. M.  Those close to headquarters assert  that matters regarding the resumption  of work on the Midway it Vernon  railway are all but closed up, the delay  being caused by the English capitalists  taking hold through White & Co., of  New York. The first item on the pro  gramme will be payment of all debts  of die Okanagan Consliuction Co.,  something like $100,000. A few days  more should see things moving.  To   Secure   Valuable  At Half Price.  Books  Seldom has the   public   of Phoenix  and other   Boundary towns been   presented with such a golden opportunity  as is now offered them in   the  sale ol  some of the   most  valuable books   of  reference, such as the  New   Encyclo  pedia Britannica, Americanized, Mod  ern Eloquence, works on Science, His  tory,   Biography,   etc.     The   line   of  standard works, is such as Shakespeare,  Balsac,   Cooper,    Dumas, Thackeray,  Eliot and Ruskin, the man who never  grew   tired   of  writing  of   the  Great  Northwest of Canada, and in fact, any  standard publications desired.  Col. J. B. Quin, who is conducting  this sale, has the happy faculty of not  tiring one nor of growing tired in explaining these works. Tbe bindings,  paper and print of these works are the  very best that can be obtained anywhere. They are being disposed of,  under these exceptional ctrcumstances,  at about half the wholesale price, and  those wishing to examine them will do  well to see the colonel at the Hotel  Brooklyn.  Parade of   "Hayseed" Bind,  One of the novel advertising devices ��used by the "Uncle Josh  Spruceby" company to attract attention is the daily parade of the "Hayseed" band. The band itself, while  of much better calibre than the usual  traveling organization, has its members attired as tbe title indicates, in  the usual characteristic dress of the New  England rustic. Some are dressed in  their best, as on "circus day," while  some, attired in stage boots and jeans,  appear fresh from "chores." With  ���'Uncle Josh" himself in the lead, umbrella and carpet sack in hand, ihey  parade the principal streets and give a  concert of choice selections.  high-grade properties near Greenwood,  accompanied by Richard Amstrong,  were visitors in the Boundary this  w-eek, and were shown around by  Alex Miller.  Thomas R. Drummond, manager of  the Dominion Copper Co., who is  slowly recovering from a slight attack  of typhoid fever, has been ordered  away by his physician, and left Thursday for a trip to the coast for a short  time.  M. M. Johnson, consulting engineer  of the Dominion Copper Co., accompanied by F. B. Cook, a mining engineer from the same place, returned  Saturday from an inspection of the  Maple Leaf group, in Franklin camp,  recently bonded by the company. This  week they went over to Rossland before visiting the company's office at  Boundary Falls.  shaft on top of the cage, and Campbell narrowly escaped falling after the  car. George Elkins, the engineer, saw  the car go, and realized what had happened, but was powerless to prevent  the accident.  When the heavy car struck the cage,  the drawbar pulled out and both shot  down to the 300-foot level. Wrhen the  car struck the hood of the cage it  threw Peacock on his back, and when  the cage reached the heavy steel chairs  across the shaft at the 3oofoot level, it-  bent and twisted them, the cage sinking  some seven feet further. Peacock was  taken out through the No. 4 tunnel to  the hospital, and it was found he had  several ribs fractured and a lung punctured, as well as other internal injuries,  the result of which cannot be foretold  yet.    Peacock   has   lived   here two or  three  years,  children.  having   a   wife   and   two  To Settle Fernie Strike.  Just as we go to press, the latest advices from Fernie are to the effect that  tli--re is a good prospect ol" the strike  of the coal miners in that locality being settled. A member of the national  board of tbe U. M. of A. is on the  way to Fernie, and a settlement is  hoped for as a result ol" his visit to the  coal centre.  ? BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  NAME OF COMPANY.  1 Cariboo-McK.it. ney���-gold   1 Granby Consolidated���copper.  1  i Providence���silver   CAPITAL.  $  1,250,000  15.000,000  DIVIDENDS.  Issued   j Par  1,750,000 j $1  1,350,000 j$io  31,000   j  $5 !  Paid  1904  $1,215 ��oo  '+****&&**mf**<4^9^^  Total   j  to Date !  Latest  Date  1 Am't  I'lT       _    _ _S1'_  ;   " " I   ~  ;   S46.S37 ' l-eb. 1901 j     .os  1.3 iS.fijo! Sept 1906      .30  38.5-u!sepl. 19061     .50  i**^***************^**?***-**  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments  of Boundary mine*   lor  1900.  190a, for 1903, for 1904, for 1905, and 1906, as reported  to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Oct. 27. '06  Mink.                    Camp. 1900  Granby Mines Phoenix 64,553  Snowshoe Phoenix 297  B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode ..Deadwood 5.340  B C Mine.- Summit 19.494  K.Bell Summit      Kmma Summit   Oro Denoro Summit      Bonnie Belle- Deadwood      Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem wudr..l*hocnix      Idaho I'liocnix       Kuwhide Phoenix      Sunset Deadwood      Mountain Kose Summit      Athclatnu Jackpot..W'eilUKtn. 1,300  Morrison Deadwood      Senator Summit      Hrcy Kogle Summit      No. 37 Summit      Reliance Summit      Sulphur King Summit      Winnipeg Wellington 1,076  Golden Crown Wellington 2,250  King Solomon W. Copper      Y "Jig Copper W. Copper      * No. 7 Mine Central      ��� City of Paris White's      A Jewel Loug Lake 160  Carmi Weat Fork      Sally West Fork      Kambter  ���West Koik      A Butcher Boy West Fork      Providence Providence      Klkhorn  Providence      Slruthmoie Providence      Preston Skylark      Prince Henry Skylark      Skylark Skylnrk      Lust Chance Skylark      K. P. U. Mine Skylark      Buy Skylark     Mavis Skylark      Don Pedro .Skylark      Cresceut Skylark      Helen  Greenwood      Ruby Boundary Kails      Repuhlic Bouudary Kails      Miscellaneous  3,230  1901  33'.76J  1.731  99.034  47.405  1902  309.85S  30,500  I4I.3*>  U.Sn  560  S.S30  1903  39'.? �����  71,213  I3L079  ���'Wis  11.937  15.537  1904  549.703  1905 1906  65J.S89  6SS.245  ..*        6,606  for  :^oi, It r ,  fast  Wee k  ��� 3.195  174.198    174.507  "i? 091  495  37.9CO  16,400  9.4SJ  3,o<>7  Ii.254  6.404  55"  875  665  ���2,000  31��  7.45S  15.731  5.646  3-339  303  3.070  i.'i*  1.759  4,5*  150  3.450  222  364  33  785  625  1,435  482  2.060  ���,5,711 llS.udS    I.9��-'  35.10.S :s i*y<  3,050 42.:.-w  4,747 '371  150  3.21U  495  J. 104  040  64   '  S90  319  993  400  730  325  Total, tons.     96.610  Smelter treatment���  lirauby Co     63,387  B. C. Copper Co ._  Dominion Copper Co   3.456  390,800  330,828  117,611  515  S��*->7<.  f. M*  14S.6O0  167  52  50  300  500  OyU.419  7 56  3��  ���45  77o  1.-0  >35  OR.)  355  73  90  So  5B0  9  I ,140  ��� 5  M-J  20  15  4-<9  ��� X  ���  ���  ���  500  '���3.' 548  ���* 5��J    -���".���J5I  TotRl reduced.  ���-1  H,  iiaammmMt THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  i M  I  P��  I  V  m:  ,i���� iuro>u'i.��r.wmMB��.  Tea   is guaranteed   to   satisfy  the most fastidious.  i  Try the Red Label-  i  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  ISSUED ON HiTOUDAVS UV THK  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ��T PHOKNIX. H. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  t.i.���!,����.. 1 Business office No. 14.  Telephone* j Man,Ker., rc,ideuce. No. 15.  refusing to accept a paltry million paid  in installments in settlement of all demands, past, present and future.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN  HDVANCK.  Per Vear '. (2.0c  Six Months .'j  1.25  If you sre not a subscr ber to this paper, this  is an invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates luruisheo 011 application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  ���-a iffert slue.  I  1906        OCT.  I906  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed.  Thu.  Fr..  Sat.  1 :   2        3  4  5  6  78    910  11  12  '3  "14 '-'i.s. 16.     17  18  19  20  21.    22   23     24  25  26  27  28     29  30  ��� ��  THE OBSERVATORY  TllINOK   1'ALKHIl   OK   AT  HOMK AND KLSKWIIRKK  ���  J  ' According to-Teport, Vancouver is  to have another: daily paper. That  boom seems to have its attractions for  some one that wishes to become separated from his cash.  The gospel of hard work, if taken  in liberal closes, is a sure cure for many  an ill.    Did it ever occur to you that  ���  way���?.-���  And there's  plenty of work in  the Boundary.  Silver at 70 cents per ounce looks  mighty good to the miners of the Slocan country these days, as well as to  those in many other B. C. camps.  Long may it stay at that notch, or  climb higher.  Spokane   is  getting to be the most  '/dangerous, town in the west, and   the  residents of that energetic city are just  finding it  out.   The  secretary of the  Y.-M.-G. A., Reno Hutchinson, a fine  .young man according   to   report, was  ::' murdered    on   the  streets  there  last  week, and scarcely a day passes   that  deeds of that kind are not  recorded.  A good dose of vigilantes  would help  Spokane. .        ;.r ..........  The influx of Hindoos, or Sikhs, at  Vancouver,   still   continues,   and   the  /residents of British Columbia's first  city do not like it a little bit, as they  dp hot seem to consider the East In-  ; dians as desirable ' citizens���and evidently, they are British citizens. The  Ottawa government will Uke no action  in the matter, and the Terminal City  people are attempting to handle it as  best they can, with little satisfaction to  any one.    It is a serious problem.'  Recent disclosures regarding the  Ontario Bank and the malfeasance of  an official, show that even the Canadian banking system, the best on the  continent, is subject to .the human element in its business relations. . At the  . same time the coming of other Canadian banks to its assistance, so that  depositors will receive 100 cents on  the dollar, shows that our system, in  its workings, is still far ahead of others.  When you are reading all the matter printed in the opposition press  against Premier McBride, as regards  his^ action in the "Better Terms" conference at Ottawa, held recently, remember the following: British Columbia has paid into the Federal treas-  ury'$-24,ooo,ooo more than we have  received from it since confederation-.  Kach year we pay in three times as  muich as we receive, and still the Liberal paper.'! blame Premier McBride for  ������������������������- -i  It pays to advertise, if you do  it right. This has been proved over  and over again, and it has been proved  also that a live local newspaper is the  best place of all to da the advertising.  Here is a case in point. As every resident of Phoenix knows, the Great  Northern passenger train has been arriving here for weeks in the blackness  of the darkness that would shame the  proverbial Egyptian night, Passengers  stumbled all over themselves and the  railway officials in getting their bearings, and the G. N. platform was a  dangerous spot at that time. The  Pioneer repeatedly called attention to  the fact, and kept hammering away at  it. This week there were results, and  now two large coaloil lamps are seen  at the station each evening���and are  appreciated. Show windows make excellent advertising, dodgers are a good  auxiliary, word of mouth is not to be  sneezed at, but for the real thing, for  the ability to talk to a hundred, a  thousand or a million at once, nothing  can beat a live newspaper. Non  advertising business men should 'ponder over this.  ���11  Perhaps few of our readers are aware  that, by an amendment to  the   Municipal Clauses Act, the   time' limit   for  having names placed on the city voters  list has been changed, and that nil applications   must be filed with the city  clerk   before  the first   of November.  The names   of property   holders, entitled to vote are supposed to be taken  from the  assessment   roll: but   voters  of another class   must   make  declaration as  to   their  qualifications   before  their names are placed on the register.  The qualifications are that the person  other than a householder thus enrolled  must have resided in the city since the  first   of January last, and that   unless  exempted oy, statute  or municipal bylaw, he has paid to   the   clerk   during  the year not less than two dollars.  �����  The   Pioneer   is   informed  by that  gentleman himself, that James W. Ellis  has purchased the plant, business and  good   wili   of   the   Boundary   Creek  Times, at   Greenwood, and will here.-  after conduct that weekly.    Mr.   Ellis  has been employed hy the  Times foj"  a number of years in   ihe   mechanical  department   and    thoroughly    under^  stands the business.-   It is to be hoped  that the Times will now take on a new  life and do the work it has always-had  the opportunity to perform in   making  the Boundary better known in tbe outside world.     Doubtless it will continue  to  support   Duncan   Ross, M, P., its  former owner, but it can   be   made a,  power for good   in   its   community, if j  Mr. Ellis secures an editor who thor-'  oughly   understands    the    newspaper  business.    Here is good luck to it.  ROSCIANS ARE SPLENDID.  Will   Appear   81     Phoenix    Opera   House  To-nlglil.  "Vini, Vicli, Vici." Well may the  Roscians repeat that old Latin phrase.  For they came, the-y saw and they  conquered, says the Spokane Press.  It was a well filled auditorium that  greeted "The Mikado" at the Spokane  last nigh', and if there was a person  present who did not thoroughly enjoy  every minute of the evening, it must  have been because they were both  deaf and blind, for never has comic  opera been presented in a better manner in this city.  Each member of the company portrayed his or her part in a most acceptable way, and the only regret that  the writer has is that limited space forbids an extended mention of each member of the Roscians. The theater management executed a master'stroke when  it engaged the company for the summer months, and if the members of  the troupe continue to give such performances as that last night, he nor the  people of Spokane will never have  cause to regret their coming.  The voices of the principals are indeed splendid, and the choruses deserve much praise. The orchestra was  excellent.  Wounds, Brulsea and Burns.  By applying an antiseptic dressing to  wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries  before inflammation sets in, they may  be healed without maturation and in  about one-third the time required by  the old treatment. This is the greatest discovery and triumph of modern  surgery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts  on this same principle. It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly.  It also allays the pain and soreness  and prevents any danger of blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm  in your home and it will save you time  and money, not to mention the inconvenience and suffering such injuries  entail.    For sale by all druggists.  Latest Mining Stock  Quotatlo  iroxlmat  ns.  Following are thu api  e prices  of mining stocks for this week:  BID  ASKED  3  04  20  25  45  50  13 60  14 25  Can. Con.  Al.   and  S..  130 00    160 00  07  09^  0��K  07  C-ii'iboo-McKiniKjy ....  02  03  35  38  Dominion  Copper ....  0 00  7 00  07  01>i  08  02  Eureka Copper   ���  10  02  03  14 00  15 00  01  02  58  60  16  20  La  Plata   15  07  20  11  North Star.   24  30  oa^i  04^  04  06  30  02  05  34^  11  ���3 10  04>2'  12  3 25  05  3 40  4 00  Tanmrack& Chesapeake  1 15  1 75  White Bear   07  08  Washington   Meteor.*..  00  10  HEADACHE  I   Is one of the most frequent  and   distressing symptoms  INDIGESTION  Thk  Supkkmk   Rkmkdy  for this and a**,!. Stomach  Disorders is  MOTHER  SEIGEL'S SYRUP  J  I  The cure that always cures  60c. per bottle.  Sold everywhere.  A. J. WHITH & CO., MOHTRl'.AL.  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  Issues  Drafts  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $1 00 and upwards ^received. Interest  credited twice a year.  BRANCHES  IN  CANADA  55  CAPITAL  $3,000,000.00  RESERVE  $1,600,000.00  ESTABLISHED  1859.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS"  l&o-yal Mail  Service  EMPRESSES  From   MONTREAL and QUEBEC  to   LIVERPOOL,  EMPRESS OF BRITAIN Oct. 19  LAKE CHAMPLA1N   -   Oct.   27  EMPRESS OF IRELAND  Nov. 2  LAKE  ERIE     -       -       Nov. JO  First Cabin $65 and upwards  according to steamer: One Class  steamers (intermediate)$42.50  Second   Cabin   $45   and upwards;   Third   Class $26.50  and $28.75; Apply at once for  our illustrated booklet descriptive of our Third Class accommodation.  FROM MONTREAL TO LONDON  DIRECT  Lake Michigan       -        -       Oct. 17  Third class only, $26.50  Montrose       -       -       -Oct   24  Carrying second class only, $40  Torments of Tetter and Eczema Allayed.  The intense itching characteristic of  eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is  instantly allayed by applying Cham-  berlain.s Salve and many severe cases  have been permanently cured by its  use.    For sale by all diuggists.  Special Limited Train  "OVERSEAS LIMITED"  96 HOURS  Vancouver to Quebec  Oct. 15 and Nov.  12  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.  Always  Ask  for  Peter Dawson's "Extra Special"  SCOTCH WHISKY.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Greenwood, B. c.  *-  Phoenix Livery Stable  D.  J.   McDonald,    Prop.  Fvprvthiinr New carr-*ages and other rigs  UTVIJ Ullll^ nWTT   HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL I  '^""���^HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY  WOOD j  Delivered to any part of the city. j  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public |  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37. j  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C. I  I. II. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Pi  Cable Ai'dirss :       IIALLHTV  t Bedfoid M'Neil's  Codes * Moieinir s Ncal's  ( I.ciber'a.  tj'tKKN'vooi:  B.C.  tuck:  colltn^  SHAVING PARl.oUs        '  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Ilnlmonil  Car. Vlr.t& Knot.Hill Ave.   PhOENix, ll n  36  KingEdward Lodge, No  A- F- and A. M  Regular communication s ���  oncl Thursday ofesch  ������p' "���   St,  KinerKe���t meeting"���*��'    ?"."'���  Hall.McIlrtlen^ct"*11*11!*!  D. U.MORKIU.  Secretary.  lock.  �������. uocciikk.m.u  a��on|(  w.ii.  I- O. O. F.  SNOWSIIOMI.ObaKN0.rt  Meets every Monday Kvening  ���t Ml "  VlHillue brethren cordially invited. '  R. Silverlhoriie N (i  ('AKI.TON Cook, K'ec.' .Src'v  Ma,cm, Martin. I'er. vfu."fee,  A-   HARRY   HOOR  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  Control aud Bmplrc assaying a speciaii*    t  plea received by inall oi ��,,/"*' !""-  and return, made next Zy,' fr" ����>��  solicited.   Ore shippers sKeiil.        '    '"  GREENWOOD. B. C.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Tlm�� In��p��ct;rfor S. F. & N  (H'l-h Class Goods always in Stock.)  GUAM) Ponies, Ii.C.  UNION  PACIFIC  ^OREGON  Shoi^tLine  and Union Pacific  ONLY LINE  EAST   Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe ami olliei  foreign countries-  Leaves  Daily  Spokane Time Scliedulr.  KfTective Nov. 22 19C3  Arrive  Daily  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims*  For   Unpaid    Delinquent   Taxes  in   the   Rossland   Assessment  British Columbia.  District,    Province    of  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, tbe Fifth day of November, A. D. 1900, at the hour of twelve  o'clock noon, at the Court House, in the City of Rossland, I shall sell at Public Auction the Crown Granted Mineral  Claims hereinafter set out of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent tares unpaid by said persons on  the 30th day of June, 1906, and for the costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount  due is not sooner paid,    List Above Mentioned.  GREENWOOD   MINING   DIVISION.  Name of Owner.  Only part of the wheat  berry is fit for food. Yet  much that isn't often gets  ' into flour. You cannot see  it or taste it, but it's there.  It is simply a case of the  miller getting more flour  from his wheat and your  getting less nourishment.  Royal Household  Flour  is so milled that nothing  goes into it except the part  of the wheat that is food.  You get just what you pay  for���the best and purest  flour made. It goes farther  because it is all flour. Your  grocer can supply you.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Co.. Md.  15.6 Montreal.  PALACE MEAT MARKET  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  Fresh and Salt Meats.  Tei. No 12.   - Fish,   Poultry and  Oysters.  I . I  Greenwood -��>t3|��C  LlHC j  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. m.  2.2,0 p. m.  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  Kerby, Forbes M.,   Rutter, R. L.,   Rosenhaupt, Sidney,   Rosenhaupt,   Sidney,   Boundarv Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd...  Hallett, I. H., & Naden, Geo. R. ,   Finucane, F. J.,   Cnmbination Mng & Mlg Co.   Hallett, I. H   Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd...  Boundary Creek Mng& Mlg Co., Ltd...  Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd...  No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd    Montreal & Boston Copper Co   Parry, Evan ; Jaffray, Robert   Smith, W. F.. and Wood, Robert;   Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd...  King, Thomas   No.' 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Vontobel, I   Haas, J. C., and Nicol, James   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd   Vontobel, I   The Repulic Gold Mines of. Greenwood.  B.C., Ltd. (N. P. L.)    Naden, George R.,   McMynn, W. G., and Brown, E. L   Boundary Creek Mng & Mfg Co., Ltd..  Desrosiers, John B ..      Stuart, It., Kerby. F. M., and estate   of  W. B. Paton   No. 7 Mining Company, Ltd    Cameron, J. A., and Cameron,  Donald  A., and Emerson, Seth   Miller, G. F   Spokane-Boundary Mining Co   Republic Gold Mines of Greenwood,  B.  0., Ltd. (N. P. L.)   R. C. (ioldfields Company   Morrison Mines, Ltd., Fraser, J. S. C,  and Crane, G.T   No. 7 Milling Company, Ltd.   Stuart,  Randolph; Kerby,   Forbes M.,  and estate of W. B. Paton   Benermann, Spencer, andClough, E. L.  Rosenhaupt, Sidney   Morrison Mines, Ltd., and Crane, G. T.  Republic Gold Mines of Greenwood, B.  C, Ltd., (N. V.L.)   No. 7 Mining Co., Ltd   Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd...  Finucane. F. J   Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd..  Wren, Thomas  F...'   Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd..  The Republic Gold Mines of Greenwood,  B. C..Ltd.(N. L. T.)   No. 7 Mining Co. Ltd   Finucane, F.J   Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd..  Boundary Creek Mng & Mlg Co., Ltd..  Peterson, Charles E   Crane, G.T   Blackman-Holmes, F.; Coutts,  A.  B.,  and Cameron, Donald A   Johnson, S.   M. ; Newby,  J.; Morgan,  II. L., and Bassett, Joseph   Wren,  T. F   No. 7 Mining Co., Ltd   Name of Claim.  Ajar   American Boy   Arcadia   Astoria   Big Ledge   Bolton Fraction   Barns Fraction   Combination   Commander F'raction.  C.S.&H   D. A   E. C. B   Fanny H. Fraction   Florence  Fraction   Lot No.   Taxes Due    Costs    Total Due  Four Ace   Fred D   G.A. R   Glasgow Fracttion.  Gold Bug   Great Hesper   Helen   Hidden Treasure ..  Hidden Treasure .  Homestake   Iron Pvrites ....  J. A   C   Joliette Fraction..  Keestowe   Lady of the Lake.  Lakeside Fraction.  La Plaza   Last Chance   Last Cli'H  Lewellah  Little Buffalo Fraction...  McGregor   Monte Reco   Moonlight   Morning Star   Alorrison   Nonsuch   Number 7.. ..  O. B   Otis Fraction.  P. II   Plutonia   Prospective ..  Republic   Rob Roy   Scrantoii Fraction  S.  H.   B   Spokane    Spokane    Mt. Genevieve   Starlight .  Toboggan  Toronto.  Tripod Fraction _ j 3147  2307  619  3135  3134  82(5  170C  1281  1458  1708  833  824  827  1C43  1470  2400  830  852  1038  895  1887  1039  890  1019  1892  1390  823  1885  1240  1042  1023  1393  753  044  1251  1717  1041  1242  1528  2570  054  389  023  828  1280  829  88-1  825  420  1153  1279  831  1011  2790  1397  1889  3149  1013  $13.00  13.00  5.50  12.75  13.00  7.00  5.50  13.00  1.75  10.25  13 00  13.00  3.50  1.25  11.50  12.50  13.00  9.75  11.75  13.00  10.75  2.75  13.00  12.50  13.00  13.00  (1.00  7.75  13.00  6.75  11.50  11.75  10.25  13.00  11.50  12.75  8.75  13.00  12.75  8.75  4.25  5.25  12.25  .50  12.75  11.25  10.25  5.25  13.00  2.50  11.00  8 00  11.00  13.00  10.00  11.00  2.75  1.00  *2.00  2.00  2.00  2 00  2 00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0'J  2 00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ��� 2.00  '2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2 00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  $15.00  15 00  7.50  14.75  16.00  9.00  7.50  -15 00  3.75  12.25  15.00  15.00  5.50  3.25  13.50  14.50  15.00  11.75  13.75  15.00  12.75  4.75  15 00  14.50  15.00  15.00  8.00  9.75  15.00  7.75  13.50  13.75  12.25  15.00  13.50  14.75  10.75  15.00  14.75  10.75  0.25  7.25  14.25  2.50  14.75  13.25  12.25  7.25  15.00  4.50  13.00  10 .CO  13.00  15.00  7.2j��.m. FAST MAIL���To ami from  Coeur d'AletietliKtrict, I'arm-  inetou Garfield I'oirnr Pullman, *MoHcow, *I'omcroy,  WaltsliutK, Dayton, Walla  Walla, Pendleton, Ilakcr City  and alt points Ham S.00  4:30 p. 111. KXPRKSS���For I'ariiiiiiifloii  Garfield, Colfax, Pulltmiu  Moscow,r.ewistou .Portland  San Francisco, Maker Cily  and nil points KAST.  KXPRKSS ���From all points  East, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfax. Garfield and ParnttllKton 11.40R.n1  ���Kxccpl Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Franoisco-Portliftld Route.  Steanier.s sail from Ainsi.ortli doc'x,  Portland  atS p. in. aud from Spear Street wharf, SanKrao  Cisco, at 10 a. m. every five days.  For further information as to rates, time  trains, equipment, etc., address  GHO. }. MOHI.F.K.Ceneral Agent,  Riverside Ave.. Spokane. W.ih  Wiite for book, rates, etc.  H. C. MUNSON, G. I*. A T. A.  Spokane, Wash.  Average Prices ol Copper.  ���New York���  Klectrolytic. Lake.  1905    1900       190.-)       m<J  ....  15.008 18.310 I5.J2.N IS 416  15.375 17.80') 15.160 18.116  15.208 18.301 15..*i*() 18 (Ml  Month.  January  February  March...  April    14.918 18.375 15.0)0 18.KS8  May  June   July   August   ���September.  October   November .,  December...  14 027 18 457 14.820 18.724  14.075 18 442 14.813 18 710  14.888 18.190 15.005 13.6S5  15.064  12.-IC8    15 965    15.97:   .....  10.279 If...*':-!'    16.699   16 758    18.328 18 .SI'S    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 wutcr  proof.  Opp. Knob Hill Hold  Phoenix, B. C.  First Street  12.00  13 00  4.75  3.00  RoBHiand, B. C��� October 2nd, 1906.  J. KIRKUP,  Collector Rossland Assessment District.  Hospital Donations  Lidl of Donations receivi'il Hiin-e ���'"�����  let, 1905, lo the Phoenix General Hm"  pital:  Ca��h$io K. lloirtll  Cai-h J15  , j. II. MHcnulny  Cash $5  A. F. Hrrrv  Book Case ...............A. H. H. (:l��,1j  Bed Linen,4 do* florpilal Ladies A��l  Cash J50 _  n T. Hank  Cash jio ,'.," " jf*,'i  McCrmt"  Cash *J5 'iyBii'ii'dVau Kiind Drill Co.  Spring t.'ot A. II. Ho"  Maple ''yrup .'.....'...'..'..... * Frieiul  Gentleman's Dressing Gown'.'.'.'.'..Mrs. J. II. Il">''  Old Liueti Mrs. I. Crawluid  1 Box Books .!....Mrs" B. A. W. Ilodf  Cosh J20 A Grand Forks Frlta'l  Dominion Copper Co Full Set lloilei Tub"  Cord Wood F. Buckles"  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  Tie lead in? Hotel of He Kootenays  Special Rates to Commercial Men  Good Sample Rooms. 1  THE    PT--10FA' IX    PIO\' F.!��� R  1  NOTICH.  Notico ia hereby elven that 30 days  from dato I imteml ;to apply to tho  Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of  I .11Ki>i and Works for a special license  . cut and carry away timber from  Hiu following described lands on Cas-  tio creek in Yalo district���commencing  (U a pout planted! about 20 chains  north of tho water tank on the Columbia and Western railway: thence  ]C0 chains cast: thenco 40 chains south:  thenco ICO west: thenco 40 chains north  to pinco o�� beginning.  S.  DUNDEE  tier C. Dundee  Agent  Located 24th  September,  1900.  NOTICB.  Kl, i���Notice is hereby given that  30 days from date I intend to apply  to tho Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  llce,iso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  Moody creek, Yalo district, commencing at a post about three miles north-  wc'i-i from tho S. end of Christina lake;  thenco SO chains south; thence 80  chains oast' thence 80 chains north:  thenco 80 chains west to place of be-  ��ln"il"'' S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Loiated   21.it   September,   1906.  t    The Marsh Block     I  3 is   now open   as  Jj  Rooming   House.  a First Class  Parties  de-  ���$- siring quiet   comfortable   rooms  *i will do well by applying at once.  %    <�� "* ���     -  i*  4  J* V. O'Loughlin  fr  rz$r /^i iy. z^vAji ijs- ajst-ajs-zjs-^s- Ajiri��i  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your   supply   of  Fire   Wood,  either  for   immediate  use  or for the  future.    All orders promptly filled.  GKNKRAI.    SANITARY    AND    SCAVKNGKK  WORK DONK ON SHORT NOTICK.  NOTICH.  No. 2���Notico Is ��� hereby given that  30 days from dato I intend to apply  to tho Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  ���Moody creek in Yale district, commencing at a post at tho N. W. corner  post ot No 1; thence 80 chains north;  thenco 80 chains east; thence 80  chains south; thenco 80 chains west to  place ot beginning.  S.   DUNDEE  per C.  Dundee  Agent  Located 21st Septembre,  1906.  NOTICB.  jj0_ 3���Notice is hereby given that  30 days from date I Intend to apply  to tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special license to cut and carry away timber from tho following described lands  on Moody creek, in Yalo district, commencing at a post planted at the east  side of No. 2; thenco 80 chains south;  thenco 80 chains east; thence 80  chains north; thence 80 chains west  to placo oC beginning.  3.   DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located 21st September,  1906.  NOTICE.  So. 1���Notico is hereby given that  30 days from dato I intend to apply-  to tho Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  Suthi'i-laiKl creek in Yale district: Commencing at a post jplantcd about 120  chains east from Flfo railway station  on Columbia and "Western railway; at  tho N*. E. and S. E. forks of said creek;  thenco 80 chains south; thence SO  chains east; thence SO chains north;  thenco 80 chains west to place of beginning.  S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  I/ic-ated 22nd  September,   190G.  NOTICB.  No. 2���Notice is hereby given mat  30 days from date I intend to apply-  to tho Honorablo tha Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  Sutherland creek, in Yalo district:  Commencing at a post planted at the  N.W. corner post of No. 1; thence 80  chains north; thenco SO chains east:  thenco so chains south; thence SO  chains west to place ot beginning.  8.   DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located  22nd  September,  1906.  NOTICE.  No. 3���-Notico Is hereby given that  30 days from dato I Intend to apply  t���� tho Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away limber  from tho following described lands on  the 9. 12. branch of Suthorliind creel*,  in Yalo district: Commencing at a  l'"st planted on the east side  Hno of No. 1; thenco SO chains south:  thenco 80 chans east; thenco SO chains  north; thenco 80 chains west to placo  ot beginning.  S.   DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Located  23rd September,  1906.  NOTICH.  No. 4���Notico is hereby given that  30 days from dato I intend to apply  to tho Honorablo the Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  the south east branch of Sutherland  creek, In Yalo district, commencing at  a post at tho N.W. corner post ot No.3;  thenco 80 chains north; thenco 30  chains east; thenco 80 chains south;  thonco 80 chains west to place of beginning.  S.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Locate*- 23rd September, 1900.  D. L. McXntominey  City Scavenger,  TEL. No. B32.        PHOI'NIX, B.C.  IN THE TRAIL  OF A TRAVELER  Brief Notes  of a 7,000 Mile  Journey.  Taken  This   Summer  By-  Resident of Phoenix.  MINERAL ACT.  Cetificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "WOODSTOCK" Mineral (Malm, hituale hi  the Orecnwood Million Division of Ynle District.  Where located ��� Creenwood cnmii, in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Ynle Imtiict.  TAKI* NOTICK that I, Adolplic Sercu, free  Minet'�� Certificate No Hui;;,, intend. sixty days  from date her'-ol. to apply to the Mining Recorder lor a Certificate rf Improvements, (or the  UiirpoHe of obtaining a Crown (jrant ol the ubove  Claim.  And further tnlce notice that action, under  "ection 37. must he ' commenced befote the  issunnceni  such I'cuificnlc of Improvements.  Da led this Sth day of October. A. D. iyi6.  5 ADUI.PHK SKRCU.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "May" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale District.  Where located ��� Greenwood camp, ill tlie  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale Dift'ict.  TAKI', NOTICK that I, Adoiplic Sercu, Free  Mirer's Certificate No. H2075. lor myself nnd  loseph llcdg'S as a^ent, Hree Miner's Certificate  No H?ojS intend, sixtv da%s from dale hereof,  to apply to ihe Minil g Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvtm, n'*. lur Ihe purpose of obtaining a  down   Grant  ol   lite  above  cla-m.  And further take 11 lice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced belore the  ���ssuauce'of such  Ccrtificaie of Improvements  Dated   this Sth dav of October   A. D. 1906.  *, ' ADO: I'll SKRCU.  Application    to Transfer  L quor License.  NOTICK is hereby given that I intend  to apply, at the next meeting of the  Board of License Commissioners of the  Corporation o( the City of Phoenix, U.  C, for the transfer o' the license to sell  liquor? at retail on the premises known  as the Central Hotel, corner of Second  .street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix. B. C, now held by tne, to Axel I.il-  jenberir.  luted at. Phoenix, B. C, this 'iOlh day  of October, 1000.  ot    (Signed)   AUGUST JACKSON.  NOTICH.  No. 5���Notico is hereby given that  30 days from date I Intend to apply  to tha Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  tha south east branch of Sutherland  creek, in Yale district, commencing at  a post on tho east side lino of No .1;  thenco south 40 chains; thence east  160 chains; thenco north 40 chains;  thenco west 160 chains to place of beginning.  located 23rd September, 1906.  9.  DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  NOTICE.  No. ("-^-Notice is hereby given that  30 days from date I intend to applj  to the Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  the south east branch of Sutherland  creek, in Yalo district, commencing at  a post on the northwest corner post of  No. 5; thence 40 chains north: thence  160 chains east; thenco 10 chains south:  thence 160 chains west to place of beginning.  3.   DUNDEE  per C.  Dundee  Agent  located 2*trd  September.  1906.  NOTICE.  No, 7���Notice Is hereby given that  30 days from dato I intend to apply  to thu Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of lands nnd works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  tho north east branch of Sutherland  crock, in Yalo district, commencing at  n post on the cast side lino of No. 2;  thenco 160 chains east; thenco 10  chains south; thenco 160 chains west;  thonco 40 chains north to placo of be-  innlng.  3.   DUNDEE  per C. Dundee  Agent  Locali'il '���'5Mi September, li'Illi.   NOTICE.  No. 8���Notico is hereby given that  30 days from dato I intend to apply  to tho Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of lands and works for a special  licenso to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands on  A resident of Phoenix, who recently  returned from an extended trip east,  traveled some 7,000 or 8,000 miles,  and made notes of the journey.  Leaving Phoenix on July 30th last,  we went straight to Montreal by the  C. P. R., and we might say here that  the most disagreeable part of the entire trip was that from Grand Forks to  Nelson, with the attendent dust and  heat, notwithstanding the excellent  service of tlie C. P. R. From Nelson,  however, the journey could hardly  have been improved upon. Leaving  the ever beautiful Kootenay lake at  Kootenay Landing, we wound up  through the Crow's Nest and were  soon at Medicine Hat, where we took  the Imperial Limited, attached to which  was Sir William C. VanHorne's private  car, which went through with us to  Montreal. "Billy," as the train officials  referred to the chairman of the executive committee of Canada's great and  growing railway, did not show himself  to any extent on the way.  Leaving Winnipeg in a cooling  shower, that night we reached Fc.  William, and were glad, when we saw  the crowds getting off to take the lake  steamer, that we did not select that  route, with the small chance of securing accommodations on the overcrowded boat. Running exactly on  time, we reached Montreal on the dot,  and spent several days in that quaint  old place, where, one must understand  something of French to get along to  the best advantage. We must confess  that we were disappointed in Montreal,  but perhaps, had we tarried longer, we  would have liked it better.  From Montreal our itinerary took  us down to the shores of Lake Cham  plain,' so redolent of American and  Canadian history. Near Burlington  we found a resting spot with friends  for t three weeks, and thoroughly enjoyed the quietude of the locality, far  from the busy haunts of men, and yet  near enough to reach them in a few  hours. We think that our western  lakes are magnificent, and so they are,  but some of the lakes in the east are  but little, if any, less so, and from the  way tourists and pleasure seekers patronize them from al! over the United  States, and Canada, too, they are appreciated. Looking out to the west  from our summer home, we could see  the Adirondack mountains, and seemingly, thousands of miles beyond, the  mountains of our own British Colum  bia. It did us untold good to be there  in the old Green Mountain state, and  we took it in to our fill.  When we started south we took the  route through tha almost incomparable  Lake George, which is parallel to lake  Champlain, and here again we noted  the hosts ol summer sojourners, many  of them now beginning to seek their  city homes. The majestic Hudson  river we traveled from Albany to New  York, on the million-dollar steamer  Adirondack, a veritable floating palace.  Tlie steamer was since wrecked, we  have noticed.  Spending about a month in and  around New York, we had some little  chance to see the place worth crossing the continent to visit. There is  but one New York, as there is but one  London or one Paris, and while we  had been there years ago, we were  hardly prepared for the changes we did  see. One thing we could not fail to  note, and that was the tremendous  congestion of traffic on all the urban  lines of travel. It was something  never to be forgotten, and never will be  by us. Notwithstanding the underground railway, the crush on all lines  in the city at times was terrible, and  we were told this is the regular thing.  The ill-smelling subway we had no  taste for,' but an auto ride down  through the city, stopping to see the  bulls and bears fight on the stock exchange, was worth while: and the hippodrome, where a thousand persons  were assembled at one time on the  stasie, reminded us of the stories of the  amphitheatres of ancient Rome and  Athens. But we could not do justice  to New York in several columns.  Our route of travel soon took us  south to Baltimore, which we reached  hy the Pennsylvania railway, and in  this visit of a few days to the commercial capital of the land of Dixie, where  we had not been for sixteen years, we  found many old and near and dear  friends, notwithstanding the flight of  lime and the changes incident thereto.  We did enjoy the brief look into their  hearts and homes. Since its devastating fire of a couple of years ago, Baltimore is building up greater than ever.  Once again we took the Pennsylvania  railway train, and this time turned our  faces towards home. We reached Chi  eago, hut did not stop, soon boarding a  Chicago, Milwaukee "v St. Paul train  for St. Paul. There we spent a day,  .Hid again clasped hands with old  mentis, who lived in the Twin cities  of the land of No. 1 hard. The ride  fiom St. Paul to Spokane and Phoenix  Chicago to St, Paul it was the Pioneer  limited; and from St. Paul west it was  the Omental limited. In every one of  thei ' ��� ix-rvice was excellent. And  we 11. t say that we were more than  glad to get back to the mountains of  British Columbia, finding that there are  worse localities on the continent than  the Boundary, and in most of them  we would not care to take up a permanent abode. In Ihe east we felt the  extreme heat, and longed for the cooling breezes of the Rocky mountains  more than once. But the trip was  worth while and one long to be looked  back to.  B, C MINING  No special change is reported from  the coal miners' strike at Fernie.  During the close-down at the Trail  smelter, the St. Eugene mine is shipping the high-grrde concentrates to the  St. Louis Smelling & Refining Co..at  Collinsville, Illinois.  Rossland ore shipments last week,  owing to the blowing out of the Trail  smelter, due to shortage of coke, were  2,S75 tons, the smallest of the year,  making 252,753 tons for 1906.  The Alps and Alturas group, near  Sandon, is the only property on the  continent being worked solely for its  antimony ore. It is under lease and  bond to Vancouver men, who will  build an aeriel tramway to ship the  ore.  Ainsworth, on Kootenay lake, is  showing renewed life since the Krao  mine was sold to Butte capital for  $100,000. When the. new Krao company's stock was floated in Butte, the  entire first issue was snapped up at 5c  cents per share.  Nanabhai D. Daru, B. A., S. Sc,  from Surat, India, a mining engineer  of the East India government, who  was recently in the Boundary and  Kootenays, has spent 14 months in  Canada in his metallurgical researches,  visiting every province except Prince  Edward Island.  FOUND RELIEF  BY TAK1NQ  PE-RU-NA  v&gp   ������'**,���*', ?'<&&&}$  y  Suffered Thirteen Years With  Pelvic Troubles, Unable  to Find Relief.  AN OPERATION ADVOCATED.  Pe-ru-na, Taken -as a Last  Resort, Brings Health  and Strength.  Nothing to Fear,  Mothers need have no hesitancy in  continuing to give Chamberlain's  Cough remedy to thetr little ones, as  it contains absolutely nothing injurious.  This remedy is not only perfectly safe  to give small children but is a medicine of great worth and merit. It has a  world wide reputation for its cures of  coughs, colds and croup and can always be relied upon. For sale by all  druggists.  Requlescat in Pace.  An.editor died and slowly wended  his way to where he supposed a warm  reception awaited him. The devil  met him and said : "For many yer.rs  thou hast borne the blame of the bad  spelling that the printer has got off in  the paper. The paper has gone for a  dollar or two, and, alas ! the dollars  have failed to come in. , The printer  has bedeviled thee for wages when thou  hadn't a farthing to thy name. People  have taken thy paper without paying  for it, and cursed thee for not getting  out ,1 better sheet. Thou hast been  called dead beat by the railroad conductors when thou hast shown thy annual pass to their envious gaze. All  these wrongs hast thou borne in silence.  Thou shalt not enter here."  And as the editor turned and walked  away Satan muttered : "Heaven is his  home, and besides, if I let him in here  he would have been dunning his delinquent subscribers and thus created  discord in my kingdom."  MRS. ANNA MUNDEN  Thero can bo no doubt about it that  tho tendency to resort to surgical opera-  lions has been too great in the past and  that this harmful tendoncy is growing  toss every day.  Experience has demonstrated that  many ailments which seemed to require  surgical operations in tho past aro now  being cured by the  SURGICAL 5 aso of harmless rom-  OPERATIONS S edies. ' Peruna has  AVOIDED. ( done as much as any  other remedy to establish this very important fact.  Thousands of people have been condemned to undergo surgical-operations.  Their physicians have told them that  tney must either submit'to such operations or lose their Uvea.  After this they have resorted to  Peruna and found relief.  Other good romedies have accomplished tbo same result, but it is Bate to  assume that no other remedy has  equaled Peruna in its beneficent work.  Many of tho alleged incurable derangements of the pelvis are dependent  upon catarrh.  There is no cure for these except tho  removal of tho catarrh.  Peruna seemingly works miracles in  some of these cases. The explanation,  however, is very simple. Peruna removes the catarrh and Nature does the  rest.  ANNA MTJNDEN, Brinkley, Ark.,  writes:  ���'/ suffered with female troubles for  thirteen years, and tried the best doctors In Louisville, Ky., without relief.  "I spent thousands of dollars at the  Springs.  ���'The doctors desired that I have an  operation performed to remove my  ovaries, which I would not consent to.  "I saw an advertisement of your  Peruna and bought one bottle and before J bad taken it all I could get out of  bed and walk about.  "After taking three bottles 1 was as  well and hearty as ever.  "I gained in flesh. "From 118 I increased to 18C pounds.  "If it had not been for your great and  wonderful medicine, I would now be in  my grave.  ������/ would advise all women sufferers  tolry It  "1 would not bo without it for tha  world."  A WOMAN'S LETTER TO WOMEN.  Mrs. Caroline Kramer, "Fort Collins,  Col., writes:  "The majority of women who are suffering from disordered periods and  other troubles, have such strong faith  in doctors that they allow them to experiment on them for kidney, liver, or  stomach troubles, until they become  discouraged and their money is gone.  "This was my unfortunate experience  for nearly two years, when my attention was called to Peruna.  "1 hardly dared believe that at last I  had found tho right medicine, but as I  kept on using it and was finally cured  I could only thank God and take courage.  "I have had most satisfying results  from tho use of your  medicine and have \ SATISFACTORY  advised dozens of < RESULTS FROM  women who were J PE-RU-NA  suffering with C  woman's ills to use Peruna and let the  doctors alone, and those who have foi"  lowed my advice are better to-day and  many aro fully restored to health."  THE COMFORTAOLC WAY.  S. F. & N. RY.  Daily  Leave  8:3s a.m.  PHOENIX  Spokane. Seattle.  Kverett, Belliugham  Vancouver Victoria,  aud all Coast  poiuts _   Daily  Arrive  6-45 p.m.  1:35  a.m.  Spokane, Ferule,  Winnipeg. St. Paul.  Minneapolis   8:35 a.m.  Grand Forks, Republic, Curlew, Marcus aud Ferry (Mid.  way)   6:4s P-��n.  6:45 p.m.  8:35 a.m.  Northport, Kossland! .. , _ _  ! Nelson I 6:�� P-D  8:35 a.m.I Kaslo. Kandon.  Kx.   Sim.I   I 6:45 p.m.  I Kx. Bun.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  I'-DAIt.Y  OVtB LAND TB��IM�����  From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul,  I Minneapolis, St. Louis Chicago aud all  I points east.  I   For complete information,   rates,   berth  I reservations, etc., call on or address,  M. M. STEPHBNS, Agent.  Phoenix  S.G. YKKKES.A. G.P.A.,  Seattle  "THE  MILWAUKEE"  ���THE    PIONEER  LIMITED-  CHICAGO.  ST.   PAUL    TO  "Overland    Limited"    Omaha     to    Chlcajo.  "SOUTH-WEST LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY  TO  CHICAGO.  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 palrons 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  trains by the Block system.  R. r��� FORD, Commercial Agent,  Room 3, Marble Bank Bidg., Spokane Wash.  H.S. ROWK.General Agent.  Lit Third Street, fortland. Oregon.  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURD0CK McINTYRE, Prop.  25  Horses, -Full   Livery   Equipment,  Including Three New Buggies.  As there is  no  Harness  Shop  in   either Greenwood or Grand Forks, have stocked up  with   Harness   Parts.  Smei.tku I.akk Ick Dklivkubr to OnnEit  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.   The most perfectly appointed Health  and Pleasure Resort iu the West, with a com-  plelesystem of Ratlis���including Turkish and  Russian. Open the year round. The curatir;  properties of its waters are uuequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic, Nervoui aud Mai-  cular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver aud Stomach  lilmeuts.  For Kliminating all MetallicPoisons from th:  'ystem  The grandeur ol the scenery ia unrivalled  Mountains,snow peaks, forests, lakes.water'alls,  Mating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursir us  teuul*. Its winter climate is unsurpaRlted lor  mildness- HARRY HcINTOSH.  PtOOl1����OT  Knob Hill Ave.  P. 0.  Box 56.  Sick Headache Cured.  Sick headache is caused by derange-  of the stomache and by indigestion.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets correct these disorders and effect a cure. By taking these tablets as  soon as the first indication of the disease appears, the attack may be warded off. Get a free sample and try  it.    For sale by all druggists.  tho  north   east   branch   of   Sutherland  creek, In Yalo district, commencing at I ov-cr the Great  Northern, was another  tho N. *vV. corner post of No. 7; thence  Approved Premier McBride's Course.  Winnipeg, Oct. 20.���Premier Roblin  returned from attending the provincial  conference at Ottawa yesterday, and  when asked for his views' on the action  of Hon. Mr. McBride, said :  'T think the position taken up by  him was a strong one. Had any of  the others been placed in similar cir-  cumsaances, the Premier so situated  would have adopted a similar attitude.  The position he' took was that the  legislature of British Columbia never  endorsed the Quebec resolutions of  1902. They unanimously asked for  consideration of their claims, independent oi the reasons given for the res  olutions when they were adopted. 1  agree that he could not have taken  any other stand and b*en able to meet  the legislature of British Columbia with  a report that would have been acceptable to it. That is, unless he had obtained special financial assistance, as  embodied in his request. His action  and conduct were courteous and dignified, but firm in his demands for reference of British Columbia's claims for  special consideration by virtue of her  physical difficulties."  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  AVholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.  ��� Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,   Eholt and  all  the other  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters: Headquarters for Boundary :  NELSON, B.C. GREENWOOD, B.C.  SEE  INature's Wondrous Handiwork!  to  Phoenix Market  THROUGH    U1AH    AND     COLORADO  Castle Gate. Canon of the Grand  Black Canon, Marshall and Tennessee Passes, aud the World  ~-r^-_���Famous Royal Gorges   For   Descriptive aud Illustrated   Pamplets,  write to  tV. C. McBride, General Agent,  154 Third Street PORTLAND, OR.  Z��S��&S��S)����^^ P  A pencil mark here ,_  is a reminder that vour subscription to this paper is  now past due, and tbe publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.  "TKe 5ig'n of the -Slate"  on a  signatures  SLATER  do  on  SHOE means just what the  a Bank note. The paper  may be the right kind���the engraving may be  faultless���but unless the names ot the proper  ofHcials are signed in their proper places���  the note has no legal value. The signatures  make the Bank responsible for the payment.  Sign of the Slate," cither stamped  of a shoe, makes it a  made   in  the   Slater  "The  on    the   sole    or   rewn   on    the   lining  SLATER   SHOE���proves   that   it   was  factory by the famous Goodyear welt process���makes the Slater  biioe  Comr  3 any  resoonsi  1  blc  for  its wear,  service   and   comfort.  An Awful Cough Cured.  160   chains    cast;     thonco     10    chains  north;   thenco 1G0 chains west;  thenco  40 chains south to placo of bee-Inning.  S. DUNDEE,  per C.   Dundee,  Agent  Looated  25th  September,  190C.  pleasant event of the journey, which  was accomplished without untoward  incident and in good time.  On our travels we managed to have  the benefit of several limited trains.  On the C P. R. it was the Imperial  limited; from New York and Baltimore  it was the Pennsylvania  limited; from  "Two years ago our little  girl hail a t  touch   of   pneumonia, which   left   her j  with an awful   cough.    Sh'j had spells  of  coughing, just   like   one   with the;  whooping   cough, and   some   thought  she would not get well at all.     We got l  a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Keiii-^  edy, which acted   like a   charm.    She \  slopped coughing  and   got stout  and  fat," writes  Mrs.   Ora Bussard,   Bine  baker, III.    This remedy is for sale by  all druggist.  "The Sign of the Slate" means that the shoe has been examined���  that factory experts-could not tind a flaw in it���that they deemed  it worthy to uphold the high standard set by SLATER Shoes.  "The Sign ot the Slate" is just as  important to shoe buyers, as the signa-  holder   of    a  to   tl  le  Bank  tures   are  Note.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO, Exclusive Agents, Phoenix  <��� ���- ���' i  i. -J  ;��� *  I  > I >u  ft  PI  ..THE    PHOENIX    PIONEER.  ^  Leadln; Hotel of Boundirj'c Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. A  UcMASTER  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Proprietor.  .0.  ^gMfwro^^  IMPORTANT  &0s^ia^^0is^a^^^a^s��ta����o��atta-o  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  SI  dominion Ibotel I  ��lb 3ronsifces Hvc,  m  This la the Largest Hotel In the City  and has been Improved and refitted,  being well adapted for mining and  travelling men. Bathroom. Bar well  stocked with choice goods. Dining  Room undci personal charge ol the  proprietress.  fl>boenir, B.C m  Mrs. P.  TrtcpMOMf No. 77.  L. MeKELVEY. Prop.  iisi^iatisxaBtaiiK  THE    OMt    FIRST-CLASS    ANO    UP-TOOATC  MOTEL    IN    PHOENIX  Ibotel JBroofcl^n  ?  afw HOH   OILlAa   TO   MOOf  ������IT I��K1   BOOM* !���   TMt  aouNDaav  oppoaiT* oaiar  ���tATiea  ���ATMltOOHa    IN    OONNKOTlOa  JAMES MARSHALL, Proprietor  Ipboenfy, J5.C.  STEAM   HEATED.  I  0-%*^+s*^'%*>s��+^*^^^^^*^+*^^*^^^^%^%s%s%*o  Dearie's Hotel.  DANNY DEANE, Prop.  ll affords considerable gratification to  announce to Pioneer readers and the public in  general, that we have secured from the creditors of the J. E. R. Munroe Publishing Co.,  bankrupt, ofSan Francisco, a limited number  of those handsome, valuable and superbly bound  de luxe books���many of which are limited  editions. The prices at which we are enabled  to offer these works are in most cases less than  cost of binding, and consist o:' the A7EIV luV-  CYCLOPEDIA BRITAN.\TICA, American  ized, Seton Thompson's Natural History, the  most profusely illustrated and complete work  on Nature extant; the New Scenic Library,  that invaluable publication; Makers of History,  Modern and Ancient Classics, Balsac, Bulwer,  Cooper, Cailyle Dickens, Dumas, Motley,  Shakespeare, Ruskin, Thackeray, Voltaire, also  the World's Best Poetry, Modern Eloquence,  and many others.  We have secured the services of Col. J. 13.  Quin, to conduct this sale, and those who  would like to take advanti^e of the sale will do  well to telephone to the Hotel. Brooklyn, and  samples and prices will b ��� submitted tor inspection.  ~^mmmmmmmmmnmmfmmmm^  Dr. Mathison returned- to Greenwood last week from an extended trip,  which took him to Vancouver. lit  states that lie will make his regular  trip to Phoenix on the 10th of Nov.  SrlS*aZSESlS^SrlSH5rlST2Se^iSr!SZSrl5rlSrl  SrlSr^rlS*25HSHS^Srl5H5rl5e^rl5rISrlSB^^  Phoenix    Opera   House  VALTER MORRISON. Mgr.  One Night Only  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  our Sunday dinner, of which  we make a specialty. If yon do  you'll come again.  First St., on the Bridge.  Phoenix, B. C,  Steam Heated  Telephne A24.  **%*>*>%^%<%S9S*%*>%^%^%/%*^*^%-**+SV%'*%,l  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mines bought and sold.  G.W. Rumberger  t  Information   about   Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  <�� Phoenix, B.C.  D. B. LEVIS' BIG PRODUCTION  17th YEAR OF SUCCESS  Uncle Josh  spruceby  Hayseed Band, Grand Operatic Orchestra, Carload Special Scenery, New and Novel  Specialties     :     :     :     :      :  ��0 - PEOPLE - 20  Souvenir  Postals  Seats on sale at Tom Brown's  H5rlSrlSrlSHSrlSHSr!SZ5r^S5HSr!SSSrlSrlSrlS  We have recently received a big 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 cityjust what you  wish to send to to  friends.  Besides, we have an  extensive line of other  Souvenir Postals.  Agent for Mason &  Risch Pianos.  flcRae Dros. *5 Smith  LIMITED.  Stationery, Wall Paper,  Fancy Goods, Etc.  BRIEF  TOPICS   OF   LOCAL  AND   GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  D. J.Matheson  PmUUTY    BONDS,  3naurance Hgent  FIRE,      LIFE  AMD  ACCIDENT.  PLATS    GLASS  COMMISSIONER    FOR    TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Under ISTew 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.  ������sx**��������sx��j-xsi^^  ��  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in F-hoer.ix.  WHO SAYS SO? ��� Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Tfes,etc,  inst arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's  Wear Exrliisivplv birnik hi.ock.  ivieu *> weor j-JictuMvety. knob hih ave., phoenix.  **��*��������.���-��*.��� ���^���'������a"*- "*v*<*""-*<*bv  Don't forget Boyle i.s 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, the Druggist.  TheGreenwood-Phoenix wagon road  is being put in better condition.  VVoodchoppers wanted. Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Junction.  Repairs are under way on the Rumberger block, recently damaged by fire.  Rooms to let over Morrin, Thompson & Co.'s. Entrance next door to  post office.  R. Dalby Morkill has accepted a  position as bookkeeper at the Providence mine.   .  The Socialists of Phoenix are preparing to give a ball on the 12th of  November.  Al Almstrom reports a good fire sale,  but says he still has a few stationery  bargains left. *  This year the American Thanksgiving has been proclaimed for November 29th.  Harold Nelson, who was to have  been here at the opera house in November, has changed his dates to early  in December.  The Roscian Opera Co., which plays  an engagement here tonight, is getting  big houses wherever it has been stopping on its way to Phoenix.  Next Wednesday evening the Phoe-  iiix Eagles will give a Hallowe'en ball  at Miners' Union hall, and will have  James and Biner's orchestra.  ���at  *bsSE& ->-^.."��>. ���"*>������  k-"i-*��'***i-E&  In and Around Phoenix |  to  as  ��s  Boyle, the Druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian  church is rehearsing for a farce-comedy  in five acts, "The Deacon," to be given  some time late in November.  Dr. K. C. McDonald, formerly of  Grand Forks, and now of Vernon, is  spoken of as the Liberal candidate in  that riding at the next provincial election.  Improvements now going on at  Murdock Mclntyre's Palace livery  stable will cost about $600, and greatly  increase the stabling space of the establishment.  Rev. F. W. Goodeve, western representative of the Canadian Bible Society, gave an address at the Presbyte  rian churcn Tuespay evening in the  interest of that organization.  On Sunday e'vening, at the Methodist church', the subject will be, "Self  Control," being the second in the series  of sermons "Manhood and the Making." Male quartette will render,  "Remember Me."  . Franklin Pierce Jolly, the humorist,  gave a pleasant entertainment Wednesday night to a small audience at the  opera house. Ir is a hard proposition  to get out a good house to a one-  man show of any kind in Phoenix.  New stock has arrived at AI Alm-  strom's, and he invites the public to  visit his store and inspect���including  his big display of candies, being the  largest show-case display of confectionery in the Boundary. *  The Hunter-Kendrick Co. is expecting four cars of apples from North  Yakima, Wash., shortly, being the pick  w/rt>i��}��v.,��t*  A SUN DIAL  records the exact time. -Men ol affairs  require promptitude in keeping eiitiagt"-  nienls.  TIMKTIICCl'S  that-keep ex-net time are 11 part of our  jewelry offering.  You won't losoa train if your wateh is  bought here. We show a line, assortment snd at extremely low prices. Call  and see them.  GEORGE E. DEY,  JEWELER,  Knob Hill Ave, Phoenix, B.C.  =: The Direction :=  you should take  if you want every  'hing 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, Rock ford,  New England and  Swiss watches  and it is a pleasure to us to show  the eoods.  4^M     t^*  E.A.BIack  *1 The Jeweler |*  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B. C.  Invest  Your  Monev  In Such Legitimate Shares  as Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW. ]'WI]  estate was never so low, and money will be made in buy-  ing business and residential property, livery residence,  in Phoenix i.s rented. Business is good. Buy now, and  get the advance.  MINING CLAIMS km STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Stocks Will Bring Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  <-.,:,���t,y  !     lirckla   Dominion  j      Idaho Mont. H   International Con!  '      Hoiutrn (Coeur U'A.)   Allininlii-a (Coeur il'A.)  j      snowstorm..                     Copper Kiiik  m���n,-t    BSiiioir.::::.:.  *"���������*���'������   Happy Day.-  Skylark   ��T.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Ph tnix, B. C,  ^P$><t>^4>^^><S^$>^^^<i>^i^t^.i>'f^S^'^^      $*?<">$ <;^-'f'<!--'K��>'iA^?><.Hj^.,>.,.,jxj>j>,5^,j,J  BINNS' FURNITURE STORE  r  VELVET  AND  TAPESTRY   RUGS.*  We have an excellent assortment, all sizes ami s;iailc.j  imported ilireel from England, $!,,r'(i i,, j:iu, ;i(!  coriliii". to size and quality.  BRUSSELS   AND TAPESTRY   CARPETS.*  In Blues, Crimsons, (lieens, lite., (i5e, 75c and .*i 50  per yard.  union carpets:  Nolln'nc better for it ear. They are full vaid mMi-.  50c per yard.  STAIR CARPETS   AND STAIR PADS. ���  I .   .    BINNS    .  %    FURNITURE.  UNDI'RTARl.NC,. ?  -���-���-���-  -���-���-���-���a  * Phoenix Beet*  As made by the present brewer   is  Best Beer in the Boundary.    With the   Best   Malt  and the Purest Spring Water it   is   unexcelled  for  quality.     Insist   on   having  PHOENIX   BEER.  I  I  I  ��  admittedly the J  I  I  i  Spring Watkr Ice for Sale.  Bottleo Bkkr and Portkr.  I Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  ������-���-���-���-������-���-������  PHOENIX, B.C.  ��� ��� ���-���  26 ARTISTS  ROSCIAN OPERA CO.,]?;   In  Gilbert   and   Sullivan's        THP7       TVITlir A T\C%  Famous Opera ��� * "J*-"**-       VI-\-\rkJ!\.MJKJ  Saturday, Oct. 27 in Miner's Union Hall  Positively the largest attraction and only Opera Company travelling in Western Canada. Seats on sale at Tom Briwn's. Prices *l 50 and f  The  Dominion   avenue glory ho e,'<-,.    ������   ���<��� .'i,.,. r���~       r "-.    ���* ���  j   ,    .,      r,     -  .       ��� ��    '   .-.   '  ot  the crop of that famous fruit-raisine  made by the   Dominion  Copper  Co.,, ������������,���,    Ti ��� c   i    ���.  ,   ���  '        ...     C11   ,        \r >. country.     I his concern now finds   it  is   being  rapid y  fi ed,   and  another I ���,������'    ��� ,     .       , ,���  ,     P    ,',     ' ' , ,        ^        ��� i necessary to employ two delivery teams  week  should see the work pretty we    <���,, ,*.,. ui.      ���   i    ��� i  , v     } i tor its Phoenix business alone.  done.  Although the reserved seats were , 'rhe "ew steam-heating plant in the  put at $1.50 each, there will undoubt-! J-)ea"e .ll0te1' recently installed by L.  edly be a big house to greet the Ros-j/' Blrn"v 1S, 81V1?S the. best of satis'  cians  Opera  Co., at   Miners'   Union   fact,.on* lhe building   being   heated at  Bead  The  AND GETTHE BOUNDARY  MINING NEWS. $2 PER  much less cost than with stoves.   This  hotel caters   to   more  guests  steadily  1 than any other in the city, aside from  -  ' the Granby.  .  .     ,.       ...       ... . i5*s|     The order was placed last week for  wintertime table  will  go   into  effect j the machi forl ,h��� phoen  ....   vf November.    lhe!-       - -  chief change in the Boundary will ���,������ about a momh< it is expected, and  likely be the meeting of the passenger n0 time wi��� be ,ost in the *insta���;tion  trains at thoU. and thus giving a better ,h the 0,d Miners' Union building,  inad service in this section via the C.  which was purchased by the companby  J that is being organized.  opera house   to-night, when   the "Mi-1  kado" will be put on by the 26  members of the company.  It is announced that the C. P.  ��� - * *'��-   i'iuti    *vrt.*j   j/iauv<u   laoi  v.    ^ .u .u     r xt -     u      ei,fLCt' tn�� machinery for  th�� Phoenix steam  about the   10th   of November.    1he,,aundry,_    It wi��� arrive from   Toront()  Mtlltam ^unto OI0. *��th.  Oiuntiiinii Aurttitr.  s Suits  s Hats  s Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If xOtt ArVant a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find .1 choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for   winter.   We sell the kind that went 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.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  fall    blocks,   in   Black  and Brown,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our [latent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy StfitS   A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks   and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' J .inen Undenvi-nr. Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  The  WSLLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  "ttW-umJMtaJ-i


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