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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 1, 1908

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Array KPHH  IH  'jtsMm& m&&!Ai%.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL,  Ninth Year.  P'lOEXIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY. AUGUST  i,   .908  mWlWTtl    "<���!  The Big Store's  Ij MIDSUMMER SALE  of  Ladies' and  Children's Wear  A  Sample   of Prevailing   Prices;  LADIES'TWICKIV  SKIRT.",   Regular,  $', So���S.il.*, $).oo  t-s����� 4-5��  No, 37  < u\-i:itv   vii-:\v "K KMiwrii ik I'lc i". irrv.  "    VICUNA  9.00���   "       5,00  ���'    II LACK VEXET/AN SKIRTS, 5.3c���  "  ������    NAW                  ���'         "���''>". 6 50���  "  <���    SILK  'C.IItSOXW'AISI s 3 00������   "  ������    Sll K   l-.MUROII)KK!':i) 5 ro���  "  " . liKQWN   TAKFEI'A    U'AH''S, .650���  '���  ���'    l'.I.ACK PF.AU DE SOU-; ������ .- 7.oo��� ���'  ������ CHECK:   GINGHAM    SUM"-, 3.00���  "  " 'PRINT SUITS,;. 2.50��� "  ���' CNASII       ���' 650���  "  3.00  ���I 00  1 50  ���?-7��;-  " - 75  3-75  '���75  1.50  4.00  SNOWSHOE AND WAR!  EAGLE WILL RESUME  Boundary Mining Notes  Operations Commence in  Ten Diys^���Will  Employ 150 to 200 Men.  VI- IUisEIJ   MUSLINS.   Rrtiiil.ir price,    20c. and 25c.      .15  TWEED   DRESS GOODS.      "  ALL WOOL SERGES,  LADIES* SILK  SUNSHADES,  75c.   S.ile,  65 c  ���45  ������.-�����:        -4��  65c. -,  " ���        40  $4.00'     "     $2.00  20 per cent.. Discount on All Lines of Summer Waists.  A LOT OF WAISTS TO GO AT 35 Cents  CHILDREN'S DRESSES aND PINAFORES AT HALF PRICE.  20%    DISCOUNT   ON   ALL   SUMMER   NECKWEAR.  "   White   lied "Spreads, ...Regular,  $356;       Sile, $2.60  '     ���"���������      "      '     "....."' In'--''-    '4-50;    "'  "   3 4��    ':  w  *������*-  J  I  'Supc intendent Charles Biesel Returns lo Camp Next Week  ---Ore Will Be Shipped To Trail Smelter.  Tlw: announcement  'hruiigli a phone message t" llii:  Pioneer from 3 ipi-rintrndi nl Ilic-sel at  Rossland, that the S-i<>w��hoe mini.-  would shortly resume opcr.!'ions, after  a close down of nine 'months, has been  the occassion for good ieeling .in  business circles, and it is generally  believed that the last of ihe b'g mines  nn the shipping' list mean�� the final  clinching of, renewed good fortunes  in camp.  Walter H. Aldridge, managing director of the Consolidated company, at  Trail, was called up by long distance  phone .yesterday afternoon. To the  Pioneer he stated.that operations would  commence at the Snowshoe and War  Engle groups between August 10th and  15'ih, and that from 150,(0 200 men  would bo employed     The.ores from  ir!y this wt-el-, f ment last year, andthe property when  it resumes should,be able to maintain  a heavier output than iv<-?. In addition to the expensive woi Icings under  ground, reached by a well equipped  350 foot shaft and the main working  lunnel, a large area ipf glory hole work  was opened up, giving many thousands  of tons additional ore yet available.  AH the mine machinery is electrically  operated. Q  The mine was first prorhinen'Jy before the eye of the public> through the  connection with it of S. yVVaterlow, of  London, the famous Jhead of the  famous paper-making concern which  had interested itself in the Kootenay  as a-place where its extra capital mi^ht  well be invested,       J. ���.'*??  The ores from the-> Snowshoe last  year were shipped to either the smelter  the..mines;jwi!L all.,be shipped'���ianie!W^e.rBriti5b.-C^umbisb^PPer:��coai.  SP3JXIJLA  J  Wl M fUt'M IW K*t M. M MfflM M MHA AA AA ��HUM M Afl.fUl Zt  Hot Weather  Drinks  orange Phosphate wine,  65 Cents per Bottle  RASPBERRY  VINEGAR,  60 Cents per Bottle  STRAWBERRY   WINE,  65 Cents per Bottle  BLACK   CURRANT   WINE,  45 Cents per Bqtflc  QRAPE   JUICE,   40-Cents per Bottle  LIME   JUICE,   65 Cents  per  Bbi'tle  LEMONADE POWDER, 65c. P. Bottle  SOME SPECIAL DISHES ARE:  FILLETS OF MACKERAL, 35c. per Can.  CRANBERRY JELLY, 50 cents per Can  CURLED ANCHOVIES, 50 cents per Keg  CAL. SKINNER'S CHUTNEY, 75c. Bottle.  Fresh Ftuit and Vegetables Arriving Daily  company's big smelter at Trail, where!  another copper-goid furnace wil! rrquire  to be blown in.  Charles Beisel, who has been in  Rossland lor some time acting as  purchasing acent for the Consolidated,  will arrive in camp early next week  to resume the supeiintendency of the  Snowshoe, and will immediately commence employing men.  The Snowshoe was one of ihe important copper producers here last year,  operated under lease by the Consolidated Mining and Smelting .company  ��� ���f Canada, limited, one of the largest  and most progressive mining companies  in British Columbia, operating extensively at Rossland, Trail and Movie.'  An aegreSMve campamn was carried on  at the Snowshoe group (including the  Pheasant, Alma fraction and Fair Play  mineral claims), the ore shipments for  the nine months previous to closing  down being 135,00010ns. Thousands  were spent in development and equip-  pany at Greenwood or to the company's smelter at Trail, about 120 miles  distant. The shipments on resuming  will be to Trail smelter, where the ores,  are a good flux The only ore shipped  j since the   Close   down   Novernjbpr    18,  ! 1907, was 367   tons  from   the  camp  ! during February to Trail.  I     The Consolidated company last year  I purchased  outright the assets   of  the  j Phoenix Amalgamated Copper Mines,  I Limited,  which owns a dozen claims  south of and adjoining ihe Granby, the  nucleus of which   is   ihe War   Eagle  ^roup.     In addition options  were ob  tained on some score of other mineral  claims in the camp near   or  adjoining  the present holdings 01  the   company,  ihus giving the Consolidated company  an extensive acreage in Phoenix.  At the time of the close-down a new  Rand 1 a-drill compressor was being  installed at the War Eagle to replace  the steam plant. The work of installing will be completed when the mine  resumes.  Electricians are now busy connecting up the transformersat-lhe new sub  station at the Mother Lode mine.  Shipments from the new strike at  ihe Brooklyn have averaged nearly  200 tuns per day during the past week.  Only about a' dozen nit-ri are now  working at; the Sunset. The, Dominion Copper, smelter has been receiving  too much of the Sunset,flux.  Dominion Copper stock is now  quoted at $2.25 and Ins been a good  investment to those who got in on the  ground floor a few weeks ugo at $1.68.  Manager Rossa of the Dominion  Copper company was at Fernie for a  few days this week arranging for the  smelter fuel supply which has been  been somewhat uncertain of late.  The B.C. Copper company's smelter  treated 13,696 ions of ore this week as  follows; Molhcr'Lode, 9,76a tons; Oro  Denoro, 36,210; other properties 313.  The Dominion Copper smelter treatment ilus week was 3,096 tons, as  follows: Brooklyn, 736 tons; Rawhide,  1,793; Sunsel, 515; Mountain Rose 52.  The tunnel at the VVoodburn property of the Phoenix Mining, Smelting  and Development company, is now in  a distance of ��0 teei, and the indications of ore are very satisfactory.  Exploratory work on'the Montezuma  claim of the Dominion Copper is pro  ving  very   encouraging,   according   to  Superintendent   Kundberg,   who   ex  pects it will be a shipper within a few.  months.  Four cars of.ore were shipped from  the Athelstan this week, and a test  will be made of the ore at the Dominion Copper smelter before further ship  ments will be made. The' ore was  teamed to the C. P. R. at the Winnipeg by J. McArthur of Greenwood.  K. P. Williams of Rossland, western  representative of the Canadian Rand  company, and H. V. Haight, head  designer for the company at Sherbrooke, Quebec, were in town for a ftw  days this week, installing new and improved in-take valves at the Dominion  "Copper compressor, .y^-y;,������,c._,ly,;^,  The directors of the Skylark  Devel  opment   company,     limited,   held:  a  meeting in town on Tuesday evening.  No   information   has   been given   out  for publication,  but   it   is  understood  me probabilities of resuming operation  at the Skylark  mine   were cunouvivj..  The B. C. Copper  shortly erect a new  their Mother Lode  tank will have a capacity of 35,000  gallons, which with the present 15,000-  gallon reservoir and pumps should give  the mine an ample supply of water  with excellent pressure.  company will  reservoir tank at  mine.    The   new  HIGHWAY MEN  HOLD UP HOTEL  Vendome    Hotel,    Anaconda,  Held up Saturday Night  Anaconda, near Greenwood, has a  new line.of,excitement this week. -The  ���Vendoine hotel was the scene of a  daring, hold-up about 11,30 Saturday  night. J. W. O'Brien, the proprietor  and five men were silting in a room  adjoining the--bar-when two heavily  [masked men entered from a side  [door, and covering the occupants  of the room with big persuasive six-  shooters commanded them to throw up  their h.inds and line up face to the  wall. Introducing some variety specialties in ihe hold-up bussmess the  plunderers operated with systematic  coolness, requiring thr* men to step  hack from ihe line individually while  iheir pockets where searched by one  of the robbers, his pall holding the  guns wilhmuzzels gaping at the quintette ol nerve stricken victims.\O11ly  cash was taken, watches or other identifying valuables were' not wanted.  The nextact in the performance was  ihe. riffling of the bar. cash register and  a general search of the drawers, after  which the highway men scampered, off  to the mountains with about $150 in  cash. The brigands operated with  experlness, making a clean, expeditious  job of it without causing alarm, and  decamped without leaving the slightest  clue as to their identity or revendez  vous. Thisiis ihe firait holdup in the  history of the, Boundary.  On Tuesday night- a robbery occurred at Boundary Falls when J. Haver-  son's cabin was ransacked while the  owner was within a few yards of it.  Nothing valuable was secured, however.  The house of Robert Dempster, Anaconda, was also entered by thieves  this week.  Boundary Side Lights  j T. C. Smith has left   Greenwood   to  riside in Vancouver.  . Greenwood tennis experts are in the  midst ol a tournament this  week.  Faust Is Coming  It will be welcome news to many  theatre goers in the city, the announcement that the famous play of Goethe's  immortal "Faust" will be presented at  Phoenix opera house on Tuesday  Aug. 11 th, by the Porter J; White Co.  No play written in many years has retained such a hold on the hearts, of  ;thi;- publVc.-'. It'has'' proved" to "be" "far  better than the book, for while - the  play has steadily held its popularity,  the book is almost forgotten. It*was"  revived in New York City last spring  and actually drew larger audience than  it did at the presentation of the  prouuctions    years���-ami   v~_���.. ~gu.  This great play will continue to entertain as long as we have laughter  to reward wit, tears for the sorrowful,  and sympathy for the fallen. It is  still as fresh as the newly minted coin  and has the fizz of the sparkling  champagne.  PHOENICIANS AT RSHING  Speckled  weath  of   our  Morrin, Thompson & Co.,  Grocers and  Hardware  Merchants.  Kellle   River   Prospected   fur   the  Beauty Pav Streak.  The recent rains and the coc  er following gave a number  citizens the idea that they were sportsmen of the "dreadnot type" and several parties outfitted nnd hied to tlie  lamed waters of the Kettle river al  and around U'esthridue, with a desire  to show the people lhat they were it  when it came to luring the unsuspecting Irout to the fly. Most of these  parties have returned willi catches  varying from bad to worse.  The writer was one of a party who  left the city at midnight on Saturday,  inking a full complement of all the  latest in fishing tackV, and a supply  of refreshments lhat seemed almost  inexhaustable. When we were not  driving between that time and 5.30  a. 111. we were stopped for refreshments or running behind the rig to  keep warm. About 5.30 a. m. how  ever, we arrived at a point on the  river just beyond Rock Creek, where  we camped and did some fishing, had  breakfast, refreshments, etc., and although we thoroughly prospected the  river and found evidences of fish, we  were unable to lecate ihe pay-streak,  and moved on to a place near West-  bridge where we again tried to induce  the members of the finny tribe to r:se  to our luring bait, but without much  success. We then continued our  journey to Westbridge, wher-j we found  Alex McRae, Ralph (Jilbert and Joe  l-'erner, camped. Their success  apparently not great at this  they offered to buy our  would not sell of course.   When we  were   still   in   hopes   of  who would  sell   their  was  time   for  catch,   which  we  left them  we  finding someon  fish.    We drove on   about  ball a mile  further   to   tlie   hotel   at   Westbridge,  which    we   found   t.->   be   a   veritable  "oasis in   the desert.",    Here we  were  taken in by Mr. Blooirifield and   were  given one of  the  tastiest dinners   we  had enjoyed for a long time, and the  way we showed those people we were  not bashlul was not poor. One of the  party remarked that there was no time  when a good dinner tasted as good as  when one is good and hungry. Tired,  hungry and disgusted as we were when  we arrived at Westbridge, when we got  up from that dinner we kn -w we could  catch fish, and those who were able, so  soon after the meil, made their way to  the river again, where the editor ac:  tually cauglu a fish, and incidentally  told all the parly Hie proper method of  casting, and more especially the way to  land them after hooking them. This  with one oilier catch by the Wm.  Hunter Co., satisfied us that we were  fishermen of nole, and *ve proceeded  on our way home, ihe Scotchman  (doctor) being weighted down with ihe  credit of ihe entire catch. But the  city cl~rk did not return without feme.  Scrambling along the mountain side to  get in close range with a ground hog,  near Midway, several holes were punctured in the air with rifle bullets, after  which the animal blinked the other eye  and was gone.  About the time we were ready  to leave we beard that Birnie and  C.ipt. Smith had been there that  miTiiinsj but had gone to Lynch Creek,  where they heatd an Indian 1 ad fish to  sell. Macy, McNicol and Boyles had  found a market for their catch when  we left. The trip home was one to be  remembered, for although all the party  were tired we all enj >yed the outing in  .1 country where we had not been be  fore and which we think is one of ihe  prettiest valleys we have seen.  Ranches in all their stages from the  small clearing to the well improved,  up to date farm with orchards, fields  of grain, crops of roots hard to beat,  and immense crops of hay all go to  show the possibilities of this wonderful  valley, and made tbe fishermen leel  that while ihey had caught little except  a bad cold, their outing was not in  vain. Most of the party are now able  to be around.  0  0. 0. Officers  At a recent meeting of the Phoenix  Nest, Order of Owls, the following  officers were elected for the ensuing  term: President, David Oxley; Past  President, Danny Deane; Vice President, W. Hughes; Secretary, W. J.  Louttit; Treaurer, A. H. Johnson;  Invocator, L. McKelvey; Warden, VV.  F. Libby; Sentinel, J. Bryson; 1 icket,  C. Hagan.  Greenwood K. of P  Officers  A number of" local Pylhians drove  to Greenwood on Wednesday evening  and attended the installation ceremonies of the officers of Greenwood lodge.  The officers were installed by A. D.  Hallet, IJ.D.G.C, assisted by Past  Chancellors Albin Armstrom, Max  Berger and Martin Anderson, as  follows: J. VV. Qreer, C.C.; W. T.  Thompson, Y.C.; W.B limbree, Pre  late; W. j.awson. M. of VV.; A.D.  l(allett, K.R.S; A. J. Logan, M. of  F ; C. Hierce M. of E ; J. A. Otto,  M. at A.; M. Anderson, I.G.; C. Dag-  man, O. G. After the installation the  Knights adjourned to the Windsor  hotel where an elaborate banquet  followed. The Phoenicians speak very  highly of the warm hospitality ol their  Greenwood brethren.  ' C.hesaw baseball team will play  Greenwood at the latter town to-  mono w;  y        ���   ���  . Greenwood has a constant available  water supply of 380,000 gallons for  fire-fighting.  Supt. Lover ol Denoro mine and  Frank Cuaies landed 100 trout on a  recent trip up the Noilh Fork.  J. P. Kelly has returned from  Watervale, Wash., and will do assessment on his Wallace mountain claim's.  Grand Forks city council has passed  arfirc-liniit by-law, practically embracing the whole of the   business section.  , The electrical storm last week played: havoc generally at Grand Forks  causing considerable trouble at the  electric substation.  Grand Forks has organized a board of  trade with the following officers: Presii  dent, A. B. Hood; vice-president, "W;  K. G;- Manly; secretary S. T. Hall.  ; Miss Oppenheimer, who has been  with her brother, Dr. Oppenheimer*  Greenwood, for several months, left  last-week to join her parents who are  travelling in Germany.  : The Grand Forks   Fruit  and   Nur-  ery  company  has   beenrincorporated-  with a capital of ^25,000.  "The incor-;  poratbrs are Tweddle & Son, W. "^Hill,  Niagara, Ontario, and J. D.[ 'Horisber-  ger of Grand Forks.  Greenwood has organized a cricket  club with the following officers:  President, Duncan   Ross, M. P;; vice-presi-[  dents,   Dr.  Spankie  and   and   E.  G.  Warren; secretary,   HJ   D.   Rochford; |  committee, H. Browning,   E. B. Hill,  G. B. Taylor, F. VV. McLean and O. :.  Hawtry.  During the past week, as shown by  the mining records in the. ..gpyerment'  office at Grand Forks, there were six  locations made 40 certificates of work  recorded and three transfers made.  iEhe;transfers, werea quater interest in  the Blue Grou.se,, Burnt Basin, from  J. McNeely to C. Shearer;, half interest In the .Eclipse in Summit- catrip,  horn J. F. Cunningham to W.T. Smith;  C. C Marsh transferred his interest in  the Jumbo, Franklin camp to his copartners.       . .  ..-....  Eagles' Benefit Dance  The Fraternal Order of Eagles will  give a dance in Miners' Union hall  on Wednesday evening Aug. 12th, the  proceeds of which will go to the fund  forlerecting a sun parlor for miners at  the hospital.  Carney Copper Looking Good.  J. L. Martin, president of the Carney Copper company, in which a  number of Boundary people are interested, has just received a letter from  the superintendent at the property,  near Mullan, Idaho, which says in  part: "We have apparently cut the  vein, and are now into it about five  feet. It is very strong in iron with  some copper in the rock. We are getting considerable red stuff, which may  Be some of that good copper rock."  Latest Prices in Metals  Nbw York���Copper, electrolytic;. $12-  S7>2 @ $13.00. lane. $13.00 @ $is.25.  Bar Silver. 52%  Lead. $4 47>j if *4.f>2.  ��pp|��^r. $4.45 �� *4.5(>  M1NT0 CUP COMES TO COAST..  New   Westminster   Lacrosse   Team  Defeats  Crack Montreal Shamrocks.  The Minto cup, emblematic of the  lacrosse championship of Canada,  comes to the Pacific coast for the first  time in history. The New Westminster lacrosse team has, by defeating the  Shamrocks, champions of eastern Canada, at Montreal, won the Minto cup.  The second game of the series was  won by the New Westminster team on  Tuesday by a score of 7 to 2, also winning the first game last week 6 to 5,  making the victory an easy one for the  coast team. It had been decided previously that the total goals in the  two gamer would count for the cham-  ship.  July 35.   *o8  OKK TONNAGE.  The following table pivejt the ore shiptaeats of Boundary ratucs for 1900,  for 1901. tut  far 1906, aad 1 J  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  table piveji  A 1903. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905  I 1507. an reported to thr Phoenix IMoueer���  t  >s����      1903 1904  Granby Mines..., 64,453 73X<7X" 3��9.*SS 393.718 5*9,703  ' Suowtthoe        *J7      1,731    jo.Soo   71,213       B. C. Copper Co.  1905  65J.SS9  Interstate Pair  Roht. II. Cosgrove, secretary and  mannger of the Spokane Fair, has just  returned from an eastern trip. While  away be visited the Winnipeg and  Brandon fairs, two of the largest of  the Canadian exhibitions.  Partial arrangements have been  completed for the appearance of several important attractions for the Midway and the vaudeville show, which  will be put ����n in front of the grand  stand during the races. A carnival  company will be one of the attractions  for the midway���i company which has  never before made its appearance in  the west, and which will bring some of  the best fair attractions now so popular  in the east.  The vaudeville show will be one of  the best in the history of the fair, as all  of the attractions are headlinurs and  will be seen in Spokane for the first  time. This program, together with  tbe Pain Pyrotechnic Display, portraying the "Kruption of Vesuvius'* and  "Carnival at Naples" for the night  show makes an unusually strong amusement combination. i  Mothert,ode���.   5-34��  B. C. Mine  19.494  Kmma   Oro Ueuoro   Sonuic Belle   Pom. Cop, Co....  Br'klyu-Slem   Idaho.    Kawhlde   Sunset-   Monntu Ruse   AthelBtau     1,300  Morrison -    It. Bell   Senator   Brey Fogle   99.034 '41.336 138,079  47.405   14.S11 19.365  8,530 33,937   -��� 15.537  174.398    147.S/6  650  37.96o  16,400  9.485  3.007  1900  801,404  S.416  105,900  I-��SS  II S<\)  3.177  1907  6:3.537  135 .��0'  aoijJI  1,713  18,374  14.481  190S  624,566  3=7  30,2tU   Z'  7S.623 10,49,  "���  *S.36S       3,440 1  33,350     55.731  803  550  1,040  '"in  665  2,000 ,  350  7.455 15.731  s.646  3.339  '���"I03  150  560  785  625  4S1  2.06Q  "i^o"  3.070  3.350  4.5^6  JS.'o-1  3.056  4,747  I40.6S5  2.960  26,033  48.390  3.555  3.450  222  364  "iVs'u   ���  13  ���50            ���  586  43.295  13.253  64.173  31.270  3I.J58  649  4,430  ' s'.'wo  2,S[S.  230-  120  VJ30.J  So,"  79  993  400  167  3.45=  1'S  500  726  335  53  50  300  60  750  t  *  J Brev P  ft No. 37  a Reliance   ��� Sulphur King   b Winnipeg     1.076  I Golden Crown...     2,250  W King Solomon   3ig Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris   Jewel ��        160  Riveiside   Cartni   Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy   Duncan   A Providence   KUchorn   Strathmoie   Golden Kagle   Preston   Prince Henry.,.. .���....���  Skylark ������.  Last ChRiicv ���"���  K. 1". a. Mine'-]    Bay ���.  ...  Mavis ..:....,. ,    Don Pedrq ,  Crescent ,���.  Helen ���...  Ruby   Republic ,   Miscellaneous...    3,330   Total tons  96,600  390,800 50S.S76 690.419 829,808   933,5481.161.5371,148,337     744,9-13     37.'68  '    Granby Co  02T387   330,83! Jti 340 401,921 596,252     687,988 828,879     637,626     605,362   20 130 ,  ���B C.CopperCa, .         117.6n uS.600 163.7(3 310.484    210,830   133,740     341.952     ioy.140   13.690  Dom. Cop. Co..    - 131.57030930      84.059 218.811     153439       i7,o->,|      3096I  ....30   .  145   jo  106  76  .1  ��s  86  40  77a  1.140  700  ISO  40  20  20  140  55  60  .......  535  689  355  73  20  40  20  300  ���5  589  30  Total reduced- 63,389 348,439 460,940 697.404 837,666 9828771,172.43�� i.i33��"7    727,806  34,923  li Hi  a 'I h-  4 in  i'i  i   "4  if   (UV  \  * '���*  i 4  ���" Wi  *<$  m  i'''!'!-  , -'li!  * *  *u  r  ��*%5Htfji.y USH  ���a  THE PHOENIX PTONEER.  Summer months are BOVR|fc  months. A ciip of BOVRIL  with a biscuit gives all  necessary nutriment when  meat is not relished.  Try a little BOVRIL in your  canned meats.  vStitidy Grant Assiires  : Railway. -  Route  to   be   Traversed   fay   Nicola, ' Peii-  ticton and  Midway  Line.  Mi  m,\  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining lournal.  mm  iiti  ihdu OK iiroiDim it re>  PIONEEE PUBLISHING CO.  AT FKOBHIX. ��. C.  T. ALFRED LOVE. Manager.  Teupkonca j ]!���,������., residence. No. ij.  . itmeurriMi m adtamcb.  Per Tear ......$!.�����  ���is: Months............ ���  i.is  To the Onfted States, per year_.���............ 2.50  If too a. a not a'aubaer ber to this paper, thli  Is aninritttiou to.ron to become one.  Esws*  !<UNION  111111111  In the granting of the recent subsidies the Penticton Press sees the  imminent building of the C. P. R. extension from Midway.- The Press says  in part:���y :...���;���   ���; ���    '..  "Late word from Ottawa to the  effect that the Dominion Government  has seen fit to grant $30,000 for making navigable the Okanagan river between this place and Dog Lake is  welcome news to the residents of Penticton, and an evidence that the member for Yale-Cariboo is alive to the  claims of this important section of his  constituency.  A proceeding vastly more significant  however, was the granting of a subsidy  of $3,200 a mile to the Canadian  Pacific railway company for a line  from Nicola to Penticton, a distance  estimated at roo miles, and for a line  from Carmi to Penticton, estimated at  50 miles.  The full meaning of this move may  not be readily apparent to those unfamiliar with the railway situation in  southern British Columbia.  It must not be imagined   that   the  f south have been abandoned in  favor  of the route via Penticton.  On account of the lower grades obtained through the southern part of  the province as compared with the C.  P. R. Main line, it is likely before a  great time that this will become the  main traffic and passenger line.  The fact that no subsidy was grant-  . ed from Midway  to   Carmi"' indicates  that the C. P. R. has taken  over  the  Mid way-Vernon charter, which carries  Dominion   and   Provincial   subsidies  amounting to $10,400 a mile.. Instead  ; of going through to Vernon, however,  : the C. P. R. will build only about   60  miles of the proposed Midway-Vernon  line.  A glance at the country the road  will pass through should not be with  out interest at this time.  Leaving Midway, the line will follow  the main Kettle River to where the  West Fork comes in, and will then  follow the latter to a few miles above  Carmi at the junction of Wilkinson  creek with the West Fork. It will  afford- transportation to a considerable  culties as there is a drop of 3,750 feet  in a distance, by the trail, of about 12  miles.  On the other end the line will leave  Nicola, the present terminus, and follow  the south shore of Nicola lake to Quil-  chena. Both at Nicola and Quilchina  are important coal fields.  The survey runs south up Quilchena  creek to Aspen Grove, a copper camp,  from which point a branch line will  likely go down Otter creek or One  Mile creek to tap the Princeton district.  From Aspen Grove the main line  will cross by the best obtainable grade  to the headquarters of One and Five  Mile creeks (tributaries of the Similkameen river) to the head of Trout creek,  which it will follow down to Okanagan  Lake.  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  CAPITAL $3,000,000      RESERVE FUND $1,860,000  HEAD OFFICE-SHERBROOKE, QUE.  W.  CTHOMAS ON  BOUNDARY MINING  1908  AUG.  1908  Sll. Mil.  Tut. Wat flu  'ft.'.  Sit.  - 2  3  4  5  6  7  I  8  " 9 10  11 12 13  14  r5  16 17  18 19 20  21  22 j  1*3 *4  35    26 27  28  29 I  30  31  Premeir McBride denies any tnten-'  tion of entering federal politics, but  will tour the eastern provinces in ' the  interests of the Conservative party before the next Dominion elections.  The winner of the Marathon is' a  Canadian. He was born in Ottawa.  Most of the "American" athletes hail  from other countries, principally from  Ireland. When Ireland fails it is  sure shot to draw on Canada.  June's inrrease of several million  dollars in Canadian bank deposits  indicates pretty clearly that the money  pinch is over. The brilliant crop prospects and the optimistic predictions  of the United States steel magnates  point to a decided improvement in  financial conditions.   ���- - ���  The law written or unwritten, forbidding the president of the United  States to leave their "own country while  in office will go hard on Taft or Bryan.'  The former cannot take his holidays  at Murray Bay and the latter will have  to forego his dinner parties' and sleigh  drives in Toronto.   rToo bad.', "   -  " Edinburgh perhaps excepted,   Que-  ' bee may be regarded as the most pic  turesque city in the Empire.    It is also  the most interesting place on this continent from the historical  standpoint.  No more fitting setting could  have  been found for the recent pageant, than  the ancient town with its high enthroned citadel, and its  commanding view  of river and hill and  plain  and  habitant village.  /SETTLE   ftWZft   rj^-n.'in&Dvstr/cii  ��� e   r*io-nttr   Flit lis hmoGk Photn'ix, B.G. �����<*'���  ��NGft��*veo     von  the  With the resuming of the Snowshoe  the last remnant of the  effects of the  depression    in    Phoenix ' disappears.  Next month all the big copper , pro  ducers will again be busy, and Phoenix  is on the eve of a season  of minning  activrty without precedent  in  the existence of the camp.    Rapid  development is going to make  the  Boundary  copper camp    hum.    Each    of   the  companies resumed   with   the  copper  market at  rock    bottom.    Economy  and low operating costs are the head  lights  under  which   they  are   doing  business.    Although    the    Boundary  mines' shipments,have already reached  the hifch-water  mark  of last year, the  mines  are  only  shipping about two-  thirds    their    capacity.     Explorato y  work, however, has  been carried on  and  shipping   facilities   incieased   at  each, and should the pried of copper  go, up a few cents (and there is every  reason  to expect   it   will   shortly) the  Boundary   will   be   shipping  50,000  tons -weekly, employment will be given  many more men, the  companies   will  be  making  money, and  vigorous life  ��rill be restored.  building of this line  was in any way.;' f  dependent   on   the   securing of this  subsidy.    On the contrary  it is  possible that the   C.  P.   R.   wou'd  have  been at work ere  this  had  they  not  known that by waiting a short time the  people of Canada, through their representatives in the Dominion house, give  them a  substantial  bonus  for doing  something that they were compelled by-  stress of circumstances to do anyway.  Thus it is that, instead of a help, our  reprehensible subsidy system  has   become a positive clog on the wheels of  industrial development.  The granting of this bonus  then is  not significant   because   it guarantees  the building  of  this   connecting   link  between Nicola and   the  present  terminus of the Columbia & Western   at  Midway.    The threatened loss of their  Coast - Kootenay     business   through  Hill's competition makes the road an  imperative  necessity to the C. P. R.  The significance of the grant lies in  the fact that'll has compelled the C.P.  R to make public the route this connecting line will follow.    It means that  all alternative routes to the north   or  agricultural community scattered along  the main Kettle   River and   the West  Fork, besides opening up an important  mineral bearing section reaching from  below Beaverdell, the present centre of  the district, to Carmi camp, six miles  further   north   on   the   West   Fork.  These camps have showings  of gold,  copper and silver ores that deserve de  velopment, and, as a result  of railway  construction, will receive the attention  they merit.  The West Fork has  a  considerable  area  0/ bottom   lands   on   which   a  French colony  is   being settled.    AV  though the climate is not warm enough  for the delicate sub-tropicarfruits that  flourish   in   the  Okanagan, it   is  well  suited for most branches of agriculture.  From Carmi (26 miles from here by  trail) the railway will   follow the south  fork of Wilkinson creek and will cross  the divide on to Ellis creek at the elevation of 4,550  feet abor/e sea level.  The grade from Carmi, which is 2,600  feet above sea level, is an easy  one to  the summit and presents no serious obstacles.    The   descent   to   Okanagan  Lake presents greater engineering diffi-  Discusses    the     Greenwood-  Phoenix Tunnel Scheme.  VV. C: Thomas, who recently severed  his connection with the Dominion  Copper company, was interviewed  while on the coast en route to Salt  Lake City, his old home. "The low  prices of copper and the high wages  demanded by the men were the principal causes of the shutdown in Greenwood last fall," said Mr. Thomas.  "Mine owners were paying as high  wages as had been paid in Butte, and  when the price of copper dropped  something had to be done.  Since then all Ihe companies have  been making extensive improvement  for more expeditious and economic development, and have thus been able  to reduce the labor, cut down wages,  and put themselves in a position to  make a little money, so that the situation is now considerably improved.  No work has yet been done by the  Chicago company, which was formed  with the object of undertaking tunnelling operations between Greenwood  and Phoenix, though Dr. Peabody, of  Chicago/and "other mining experts  have been over the ground and pro  nounced the project a feasible one.  Greenwood has an elevation of 2,454  feet, and Phoenix of 4,677 feet. The  company intends to push a tunnel  through the four and. a half miles of  rock and earth separating the two  places in.order to discover whether the  high grade ore deposits, in the Phoenix  district go'd^)r^i,{ to-J any*, considerable  depth. Some'shafts,have already been  sunk from the surface and it is thought  from'.'indications-'>'.that veins bothypf  'silver, and lead go' down F6ir~qixiter��a.  distance andare-not merely shallow  deposits."     :  While unab'e to quote figures upon  the probable cost of the undertaking,  Mr. Thomas ventured the suggestion  that it might/average $60 a foot. This  would mean ah outlay of $316,800 a  mile, so that the whole job at that rate  of reckoning would cost at least a million dollars, r ;.���':'  "Of course if ho signs of ore were  met with after the tunnel had been  pushed some distance," commented  Mr. Thomas, "the enterprise would  probably be abandoned and all the  money embarked upon it would be  lost.    '.'���������'..���'  Of course if this tunnel scheme is  adopted and proves a success, it will  mean a great thing, for the people, of  Greenwood and Phoenix, as a large  field for employment will be opened,  both whilefthe constitution ol the tunnel is in progress and afterwards, when  the company will .require a ;large  number of men to-work their mines."  Although returning to his: home in  Utah, Mr. Thomas will keep in .touch  with affairs in British Columbia', as he  has several interests wrapped up in  this Province. He was three years at j  Boundary Palls.  WITH OVEit SIXTY BRANCH OFFrCKS IN THE  PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  wb.opfbk PACiLrriKB possKssui) by  NO OTHER BANK IN CANADA  FOIi ��� ���  collections and Bankinj Business Generally  IK THAT  IMPORTANT  TKIIHITOKV  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   AT ALL OFFICES  UUAN'CUBS   IN  Manitoba,  Alberta ami  Bi'ir.ish Columbia.    Correspondents:  all Over the World.  NOTICE.  SMOKE THE  UNDER NEV   MANAGEMENT  Hotel Alexander  H,  McGillis,   Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating   goods.  Spt-cial attention to dining  room.    Large,   airy  and  well   furnished  rooms.  Ditir.'r.li-n Avenue . . ��� Phoenix. B C.  v&epuribg,.  And  Patronize   Home  Industry  PRAYING  Of all   killilH   promptly   attorideil  to.    liapid  ExptvHB mill  Hiul'OL'h  ���TiaiiBfer.    Careful ulU'iitiun'ii, a|i  orders. I'lione A05.  JAMES G. HcKEOWN.  8()ilT;fARSiiN,sS'  All kinds of light and heavy teaming  promptly attended lo: A/i/tcn' dray,  i/ig a specialty.        :   ..:    :    .-   .���   ;  JAMES   DONALD,  PAINTER ���  PAPER ���  HANOER  AND   DECORATOR  P.O. Box U9.  PUoenl*. B.C.  TERMS REASONABLE  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Lite and  Qeneral Agent.  Accident  Insurance.  j    Greenwood StSgfC   L111Q j  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. V  " " lower town, 10.00 a.m. r Standard T  '. J .  ime  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoevix Ofkick, With McRab Bkos., Kn*ob Hill Avk.  D. L. McELROY/Proprietor.  I DEANE'S HOTEL!  DANNY DEANE; Proprietor.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  TUCK   COLLIN'S  SHAVING PARLORS  AND   'BATHROOM.  Phoenix, H. C.  N��jcl Poor lo McKaeBrox  Kliob H1I1 />.<>. nue  Matthew's Barber Shop  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH  HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  PHOENIX     LODGE  S. B. and "t F., No.  Meets every WEDNH5DAY Hvcntni! In  Srandinn-ian Hall. OUI Ironside? tvoiue.  VisUliig brethren cordially weh-om:  HP. PKBNSTROM, President.  A   O. JOHNS: O^, Fill. F��y.  This is the Largest and ''���^ey?SF;.Mptel,rfrt.h^-:-cityy-htiated���.py  ^ I PHOENIX NEST   ^   ORDER OF OWLS.  ��=.   hot, water and  well  furnished  throughout for the accommodation ^3  m>~ ������..-__, ��� ���������       -������-,,.. : __________ _ ___               .                       .  _j_  mZ-Y-of the;public.    Everything   NeU/;Clean   and  Up-to-Pate.     Meals ;_���  g^-    served at all hours, special. attention beinn given  the   Diningroom. _��  ��E    '-.���"������ Centrally  Located on  the Bridge,  Fifrti  Street,   Phoenix. ~*  SI      STEAH   HEATED,                  E'.ECTRIC   LIGHTING.                  TEr.EPHONE   48 ' 3  ^UiUuilU(UliiJU^!4iiUiaiUUUuiiinuUUuitUaiUmmiiiR  C    I   -_r    _r / -rf     -a---*. -.        ^ I    ^  Meel< every Thuhsoa v KVKN  INO, at Miners'Onion Holt.  CordUJ Welcome toBrcthren. VUI��inR  DAVID  OXLEY.   Prcil-cnt.  WM. LOUTTIT, Secretary  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from' cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms  Steam   J-    Heated  KingEdward Lodge, No.3o  A   F. anil A. M  Regular communication 8 )>. m.    st  ond.Thursday oTeach month.  Kmergent meeting* H*calle'l:Mn-.otrc  Hall, McHalr Kloclt.  M.SIIHKniNO.  Secrclarv.  T. KOIJKRICK.  VV.M.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSIIOK LODGE Hit. it.  Meet* every Monday Evening   al Miners'  "inltimt brethren cordially invited.  Hi'  W. A. PlCKARD Noble liraitd.  \V. K. H^st.op. Kecoid. S��>.  T. A   Lovk. P r. F nan. fcecy.  3 HJAMES HARSH ALL, Prop^  Phoenix, BC.  P1TOKXIX   ARKIE   NO   l.*>8  %*P  The Phoenix Pioneer is the only  paper in the Boundary that prints all  the news of the Boundary���and prints  most of it FIRST.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1908 ORE RECORD  Shipments and Smelter Receipts Par Year to  Date.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1908 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary 38,107  706,223  Rossland     4,745  155,714  East Columbia River    2,032    55,160  Leid'nt  Hoel of Boundary'! Leidlnf  Ulninf Cifiip  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-dato  Centrally Located,  Good Sample aonmi  Onmer Krioh Hill Ave., and Flint 8t.  PHOENIX,  tt. C.  J. A  Monaster  Proprietor.  ��0F  Meet.* in Unionllall  Tuesday  eveniiiii^.  Viiitivg     brotlictt  alwaya m-c 1 om?  I   Wfik, W. P.  Harry Jamks,  W. Sec  KaOfP.L0DuE.No. 28  { 1'IIOKNIX, B.C.   Meets every Tuksiuv  Evneisn     ":     :     :    :  r-ojourMitt); Ilroth<"�� Cordialy  Wclcoiiied.        :       :  V. C. GKaHA.M o.c.  II. McOHACKI-N.  K. of K.  S.  Phoenix Shoe Shop  THE  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  A. T. TUKANO, Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  ]~roof.  First Street- Opposite  Knob  Hill Hole  Phok.vix.  B.C.  ESTADtlHIIHI)    JN     1NOII.  y'u '   45>I59 9'6(372  SMELTER    RECEIPTS   Granby    2i,8ir 604,305  B.C. Copper Co... .   13,131 91,624  Dominion Copper Co   3,065 11,673  Trail     5>999 '57,885  Northport (LeRoi)..     1,094 47,079  Marysville  5.73��  THE  MOST  PAPER   IN  PRACTICAL  MINERS'  THE   WORLD. & j&  Total  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable-  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every-day mining man. :        :        : :        :        :        . .  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  PKR  YBAR-SA.MPLK  ON   BKQUKST.  45,100 918,296 J Published every Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  MINERAL ACT.  (POKU  F.)  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICB.  "Columbus Fractional" Mineral Claim, a t"��le  In the Greenwood Mining Dii-lslon of Ynle District.    Where located���In Summit Camp.  TAKU NOTICK that I, Isaac H. Hallett. an  Agent for ThomiiB Roderick, Free Miner's Crr-  llficate No. B 14053, Geu-ge W. Rumberger Kiee  Mtner'aCe'tlficalr No. B 14256. nnd Dugnl Mc-  rnnis, Free Miner a Certificate No. B iol.r��9, '"'  tend, sixty days from dote hereof, In apply '�� ihc  Mining Recorder lor CertlficateB of Improvements, for the purpose o( obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claims.  And further Take Notice lhat nctirn. "��flcr  eection 37, niuot be commenced before the '"  suance of such Certificates ot Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of June, A.D., 1908.  LH, BAtSJXtt.  ni'Jt  "TW* rv>rmirifimiBi n��iun.,,.n-���,���,-��� u.._     ��� t%P -*wiMini*l>r �� ti i ffjidlu^-* ^������h.57^1 C^   **    vr..-^1 ,^: --.- ..-1-^'!*^'?1y^w^>arT���iw^T^'���'VT!^t, " ".lIT*VI '" l-r^t.'-T1lW      ~- .-   ���  3b3uidiS3K a-j,:a.i.'j.-..t:i:��^^  Buster's Philosophy.-���XXXV.  Resolved, that we should always  think be'ore we act. I: was thought-  It-ss on my'part, and exlreme thoughtlessness is a sin. I should have  known that deep down in every dogs  nature there's an   intense  hatred   for  cats. J"st as wome" liale m'ce-  Place ihe two in sight and usually  something happens. There is no such  ming as luck in this world. Matches  and gunpowder will always make an  explosion. If you drink too much tonight, you'll have a. headache to  morrow. We. should all do right and  be happy, for real happiness never  hurts.  A Lazy Liver  May be only a tlrod liver, or a starved  liver.   It would bo a stupid as woll as  savage thing to boat a weary or starved  roan because ha lagged In his work.   So  In treating tho lagging, torpid liver it is.  a groat mistake to lash It with strong  drastic drugs.   A torpid liver is but an  indication ot an ill-nourlshcd, enfeebled  body whoso organs are weary with over  work.   Start witli tho stomach and ullied  organs of digestion mid nutrition.   Put  tiiom  in  working order and   see   how  quickly your  liver will   become active.  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical   Discovery  has made many marvelous cures of "liver  troublo" by Its wonderful control of the  organs of digestion and nutrition.   It restores tho normal activity of tho stomach,  increases tho secretions of tho blood-making glands, cleanses tho system from poisonous accumulations, and so relieves the  liver of the burdens imposed upon it by  the defection of other organs.  If you have bitter or bad tanto In the monitor poor oriVartable avpeiHe, coated tontnie,  Ibu'j breath, cohstlpate* or lrreeular bowels,  feel weak, easlli tired, OespondenU frequent  headaches, palnkr dlstresHn �� small of back."  *����lnf'or dl8ferl^XVS^w'C|n  perhaps nausca,Nsuffw#>*NrO>r   risings   in  throat after eating, and klnttttM symptoms  of weak stomach and torpid ll?��ft "Q roedl-  cine will ���n-v�� vou more promptly or cure  Tm. rW.rfi r^lfr-nc-nUy than Docwr rKKS'fi  Goldr-n   Medical  Discovery.    Perhaps only  a part of the above symptoms will bo p.esent  at one time and yet point to torpid liver or  biliousness  and weak stomach.   Avoid  all  hot bread and  biscuits, griddle cakes  and  ether Indlgestiblo food and take the "Golden  .Medical Discovery " regularly and stick to Its  use until you .'are rlgoious and strong.  Tlie "Discovery" Is non-sccreU non-alcoholic, is a glyceric extract of native medlcl-  nr.I roots with a tull list of Its lngredlonts  printed on each bottlo-wrapper and attested  under oath. Its Ingredients are endorsed  and extolled by the most eminent medical  writers of tlie age and are recommended to  care the diseases (or which it is advised.  Don't accept a substitute of unknown  composition for this non-secrat kkdicudi  OF KNOWN   COMPOSITION.  Asks Bodyguard for Protection  Atlanta, Ga., July. 20���Threais ot  dire vengeance and even death were  received today by Representative  Glenn,' among the numerous missives  from indignant women, from whom he  has been hearing in unmeasured terms  daily since he introduded a bill pro  hibiting the ensnaring of husbands b>  false charms. Glenn is in very delicate position at home also, his wife  expressing her indignation at the number of letters he is receiving fnni  women and refuses to accept, his explanation as to th'-ir nature.  Fearing that some fanatical woman  will attempt to carry out her threat ol  death, Glenn has asked the House ol  Representatives to detail a sergeant-a,  aims to constantly attend him as a  personal bodyguard. He says the reil  danger of many of the women who  have made threats against hjm is noi  to be doubted and he fears for his life.  Glenn's bill which stirred up the  tempest, provides that any marriage  resulting from false chnrins of the  bride shall he declared null and void.  He puts pads, false teeth, cosmetic?,  wigs and rats on the list of tabooed  beaulifiers;  THE iP^OBWia?, PIONEER.  ������-. ..������������    . .���  PROVINCIAL.  o  ~ ��  c  plaj  The cost of having us send the Pioneer to any part of the world, lor a  short tune, is only 25 cents per month.  Leave names and addresses at the  Pioneer office.  Phoenix Railway Timetable.  C.  l>.  R.  Leaves (or Eholt and Nelson, 2.10 p.m*  Arrives     .. .. .;..     6 00 p.m.  GKICA'J    NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks arid  Spokane ....    8.50 a.m.  .. ..     6.35 p.m.  Arrives  B. C MINING  Try the Pioneer job  department for  )utir next order of printing.  Ossoys   Land  District���  District of Yale.  T'KK NlflCK   HmL I, Chas.   D7MDBB,   of  RMstjnd. mining, intend to apply for permission  In purchase tlie following dencribed Und���Commencing at a post planted about to chains in a  j.utheily d reclion   from  Fife  StatidliT on   the  Columbia and. Western  Railway, and about 100  fret 011 the cast t.i<!e (:om  the railway track, at  the south west corner of lot 21185, tK'ence north 40  chu n��; theuie west 10 chains; thence south 40  chains; thenc* east ao chains, to place of commencement; and containing   80 acres   more   or  Itss. ���'"'���."  Uhaki.ks Dckdbk.  Dated. 19th June  i��>8  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (Nbw Edllon Issued March, 1908.)  SIZE: Octivo.  PACES:   1228.  CHAPTERS:   25.  SCOPE: The Copper Industry of  the World.  COVERING: Copper History, Geology, Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining, Milling, Leaching,  Smelting, Refining, Brands, Grades,  Impurities,' Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts,  S'.ates Countries and Continents,  Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports,  Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is conced-  edly the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  THE MINER needs the books for  tlie facts it gives him regarding Geology, Mining, Copper Deposits and  Copper Mines.  THE METALLURGIST needs the  book for the facts it gives him regarding copper milling, leaching, smelting  and refining.  THE COPPER CONSUMER  needs the book lor every chapter it  contains. It tells what, and explains  how and why.  THE 1NTESTOR IN COPPER  SHARES cannot afford to be without  it. The Copper Handbook gives  statistics and general information on  one hand, with thousands of detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper mines of the entire  world, and the 40 pages of condensed  statistical tables alone are worth more  than the price of the book to each and  everv owner of cornier mining shares.  PRICE: $5.00' in buckram with  Kilt' top, or $7.50 in full library  morocco.  TERMS: The most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent  you, all carriage charges prepaid, on  one week's approval, to be returned if  unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits.  Can you afford not to see the book  and judge for yourself of its value to  you?  WRITE NOW to the editor and  Publisher.  Horace J. Stevens  39, Sheldkn Building, Houghton  Mich.. U.S.A.  A strike of grey copper and galena  of good showing has been located near  Hazelton.  Another good omen of the reviving  time in mining is the imminent oper  ation  of  the  Last  Chance  mine   at  Sandon.  E. J. Babcock, dean of the School  of Mines, of the State University,  Grand Forks, North Dakota, in charge  of fifteen students has been inspecting  the mines.and.smelters of. thc.-K.oote-  nay and Boundary.  It is not generally realized the  amount of work which is being carried  out at the Trail smelter. A recent  instance of this was the placing of a  order for 20 tons of castings with the  Nelson Iron Works.  I. Robert Jabobs, the Montreal  mining man who amassed a foi tune at  Cobalt, arrived here Sunday, says the  Hazelton Herald. lie was accom  panted by Jack Empey and Bert Mc-  Clarty, two well known Spokane mining men, who are owners of valuab'e  property in the Moirice River country.  Mr. Jacobs will devote the summer to  an inspection of these and other pro  perties which have been submitted to  the syndicate of which  he is the head.  mpiFICI^r:  SUMMER  EXCURSION  :$60.:  ��� FROM PHOENIX TO ���  WINNIPEG, DULUTH,  FORT WILLIAM,  ST. PAUL, SIOUX    ITY  CHICAGO,   *72.50    ST. LOUIS, *07.6O  NEW YORY, $108.50;  TORONTO, $94.40;  MONTKKAL, $108.60;  OTTAWA, $108.50;  ST. JOHN, N.B., $127 50:  HALIFAX, $135 50;  SYDNEY, C.B., $141.90.  Tickets on sale MAY 4 and 18, JUNE 6.  fi 19 and 20 JULY 0, 7, 22 and  23.     AUGUST 0, 7. 21 and 22, 1908.  Kir.1 Class ^Trip^ ^ ^^  ROUTES���These tickets are good via  anv reformed routes in one or both  directions. To destinations east of  Chicago are good via the Great  Lakes. ,  For further information, Rates, Sleeping  Car Reservations, etc.    Apply to  John Mob, D.P.A. C. E. MacPhkbsok,  Nelson, B.0.   G.P.A.Winnipeg, Man.  The British Rugby team   will  at Vancouver Sept   26-.l1.  A cigar factory has opened at Ke'cw-  na, employing nine men.  Victoria's loss by fire for the month  of June was $1,0,000  Kaslo will hold its fruit fair on  September 17 and   18.  Sir John Eardley-Wilmot has purchased a ranch at Crawford Bay.  The remains of a mound builders  villiage has been found near Penticton  There has been almost continuous  rain in Prince Rupert all this summer.  Good cooks are in demand at Prince  Rupert, and are paid from $too to  $125 a month.  Prince Rupert has become the terminal point of the Hudson's Bay company's steamers.  Fred Sharp, an olil-tinier in Rossland, died in Victoria a few days ago  from sunstroke.  A rate war is now on at the coast,  25 cents being the fare from Seattle to  Vancouver via the C. P. R.  A. party of immigrants from Idaho  are on their way to the Bulkley Valley  in piairie schooners.  Nine different parties of settlers  have located in the Lardeau and Duncan valleys, this spring.  It is said that Joseph Martin K. C.  will return from England and; be a  candidate for. Vancouver.  Vernon has appropriated. $2,000 for  its fall fair, which.it proposes making  bigger and better than ever.  ��� ���" On Dominion Day the street cars ol  Vancouver carried 80,000 passengers  without loosing a single passenger.  The construction camps along the  line of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway are now fully equipped with labor.  The new G. T. P. boat, the Distributer, is now in commission between  Telegraph   Creek and Prince Rupert.  The generator of the Nelson power  plant, near Bonnington, was put out  of business for a lew days on Friday  by lightning.  The general hospital at Vancouver  is to be enlarged by an addition costing $80,600. A new nurses home at  cost of $15,000 will also be erected  ���:-Richard' Grigg has been appointed  by the British government as trade  commissioner in Canada, and \V. G.  Davidson, trade commissioner at Vancouver.  The Immigration Department, at  Ottawa, has issued an excellent new  discriptive pamplet of British Columbia, illustrated with maps and photos  and describing the rich resources of  the province. It will be distributed  in Great Britain and on the continent.  Henceforth in renewing timber  icenses the provincial government will  retain the old numbers instead.of using  new ones, thus making the business  easier to keep track of.  Charles Houston, formerly 'well  known as a hotelkeeper in Rossland,  but who has recently returned Irom a  mining expedition in South Africa and  New Zealand, has reached Vancouver  to spend the summer holidays.  The Grand Trunk Pacific raiUa)  has purchased 640 acres on the Bulk-  ley river within two miles of its confluence with the Skeena, and will layout a townsite which will be the distributing point for the railway up country.  The Bulkley Pioneer, published al  Aldemere by Joseph Coyle, has been  merged wiith the'. Ominica Herald,  Dcvoin & Coyle, publishers, the first  issue of the latter appearing on July  11th. It is a newsy five-column  quarto,. covering the Bulkley Valley  and Port Essington districts, and  abounds with land notices.  In the interior of British Columbia  quite a number of Hindus are working  at sawmills for $1 50 a day or less.  They live principally on flour and  water, Once or twice a week they  may get some pork or a chicKun, for  the cow is sacred in India, and they  will not eat beef, which no doubt helps  to keep their teeth from wearing out.  Quite a number of them since coming  to this country have learned to drink  Iquor and use tobacco.  The Sieges of Quebec.  The July number of Canada-West is  a most interesting and timely souvenir  of the Champlain Tercentenary. In  addition to the usual excellent articles  and fiction it contains a special series  on the five sieges of Quebe-, by \V. D.  LeSueur, L.L.D., F.R.S.C., Lawrence  J. Burpee, T. G. Marquis, John Rid-  ington and C. Frederick Hamilton.  Portraits of the French, English and  American commanders, reproductions  of rare old prints from the Dominion  archives and a portrait of Champlain  in colors on the cover of the magazine,  add much to the group of articles  which in themselves are a rather unusual contribution to magazine literature.  'Every family should know the important fact that  catarrhal diseases claim many thousands of victims in  Canada each year.    In spring and summer, catarrh of  the stomach, bowels, liver, kidneys and pelvic organs  is most common.19  ���S.B. HARTMAN. M. D.  ���&&  Men should  look for this  Tag on  Chewing  Tobacco. It  guaranteesthehigh quality of  Black Watch  The Big Black Ping.  P  We can print for you  1%,  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms,  Delivery Books,  Invoices,  Business  Cards,  N  Everything in fact,  T  As cheaply, neatly and quickly  As anyone else.  Ca'l us up   by   telephone  and we will  send around; or   if you   prefer  call on us.  Pioneer  Publishing Co.,  Phoenix, B.C.  PALACF UVERY STABLES  MURDOCK McINTYRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Liveiy   Equipment,  Have taken   over   the   Lumber   Yard  and will carry   a  full   stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  Trombt Attention to   orders  at any hour of day or night.  Knob Hill Ave.        HSii)       Phoenix, B. C.  t PHOENIX    BEER  Will relieve that tired feeling so quickly that it  will surprise you.  With whit is acknowledged to be the bast  equipped Brewing Plant in the Boundary.by far,  we funvsh a really delectable article.  A^K for our Bottled   Beer  Phoenix Brewing Company  Phoenix. B.C.  BINER & SONS, Props  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  Dominion Ave., Near City Hall.  *��-3 PHOENIX, B. C G��e*  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Share cf the Public Patronage Solicited-  'PHONB 37.  P. 0.  Box 56.  'Phone 2.  -     "   "    "-�� 56. Phoenix Market. <di���.. ���>    5)  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  out try, Fish and Game in Season : :  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,   Eholt aud  all the  other  ��  priucipal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon. ^  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary :  GREENWOOD, B.C.  O s��SX3SX5��������S!gXS��SS^  We have the only ICE MAKING MVCHINE In the Boundary.  J. Matheson  (IIIKMTV     BONDS.  insurance Hflcnt  IIUIC,        1,1 FK  AXIi  A.CCIOKNT.  I'LATK    GLASS  C')M��miOVBtt    FOR    TAKISC,     \IT1D.VVITH  PHOENIX,   O.C.  Greenwood   Liquor   Co.  o  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars   ��  As v/a ship direct in Carloads, we   can   make   the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McCteaih & Co.  GREENWOOD, B   C  I JOHN APPLEBY  I Contractor  ai\d   Builder  I  t  i  1  Dealer ia Rough and Dressed Lumber  Estimates Furnished  All   Kinds   of  Repair    Work   Done^  Office and Yard on  Phoenix, B. C  �� Old Ironsides Ave.,  Phoenix Steam Laundry Co.,  JAMES' STORE, UP-TOWN OFFICE.  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a   position to hamlle the   largest  or   smallest  orders  with dispatch iiml at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK  GUARANTEED.  Patronize Home Industry.  Phone No. 25  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D.   McKENZIE,   Manager.  "^  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B C.  nwm:  tjfff-  :'V ';-*:wy  :���) ��&?.  /,.' -;l '&:i  r ��  -'��� -4-1 t,  q  I  msaaawBBm mm  m u  o  '.I  |^V;^*'*),''  f<  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  CONCERT  IN AID   OF   ROMAN  CATHOLIC CHURCH  N MINERS' UNION MALL,  HOENIX, B.C., ON :::::  Thursday, Aug*. 6th  �� In and Around Phoenix %  PROGRAMME  BRIEr   TOPICS   OF   LOCAL   AND   GENERAL  INTEREST,   TO   PHOENICIANS.  SE  wmw^wmmw^  Orchestra...  Poppy Drill.  The MixiMfc  Piano Duet : " Dance of the Demons "     liolst  - ,y   , , ' Maa, D. J. McDonald  Aliss Miev Bisesi  Vocal Solo " Door of Hope "  Reid  R. K. McCajibox   Afcoinpanist��� Miss >j. Bines   Piano Solo " Polka de Coneerte"'   Mas. D. J.  McDox.ald  Male Quartette   Piano Solo " Fantaisie "     ,        '     ' Miss Maev Biker  Vocal Duet " Montana "   Miss Etta Mgubay  ->            Mb. Gkohgk  Bisbr   Accompanist���Mas   D. J. McDonald   Japanese Fan Drill.... By Twelve Young Ladies  Piano Solo   Mis* Ci.aka Rc.sdbkrg   Holit  Baitlclt  .Ley bad i  Boston coolers���the delicacy of the  season���at James'.  Before   buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. T. Gardner.  Miss Florence R Hughes of Spokane  is on a visit to friends in town.  Phoenix- Brewery   has  taken  out a  wholesale liquor license in Greenwood.  Vocal Rolo "Jnne Bugs Dance"   ,   ,                                  Mb. Gsoboe Ro.voeao      >   ;.'.'. Accompanist���Miss M. Bi.vkr   Violin Solo - '. ., Selected  Mb. Alkxaxdkk Stjiutzkl  Vocal Solo ������ Selected  Miss Etta Mobbay   Accompanist���Miss Floicencb R. Hughes   Male'Qoartette "Evening "   First Tenor���Ma. McCammok  1 Second Tenor���Mb. W. K.  Hysixm'   ������   ���  First Baa's*���Ma., BousW  _\    ,   ' 'V'1*"51 ��econd-:BaB8''���Mb. Tu.Vnee   '     >   '  ....'...'....'  Accompanist���Miss Flobknck R.^Hugbks   '../...'''Zenda Waltzes:"  '.   Miss McLaughlin '  Miss Claba Rundbbko   '  Piano Duet.-  V A v\  Vocal Solo.  ,- 1' '  Piano, Solo.  ������:..:...'..,.."Land of the Harp"   ,V;,i  r-"J--', < yMaa. Billows.  'Accompanist���Miss Florence R. Hughes   .'. ...y. ...," La Gazelle" ..:   ". '     s'Miss Florence R. Hughes  , ..Hoffman  Ladies' Chorus.-.,  ,."Roses' Honeymoon"...  "GOD SAVE THE KIXG.  . .Orchestia���Four Pieces  f  GREENWOOD  STEAM LAUNDRY  - NO SAW EDGES ON  COLLARS 8c CUFFS  Wagon calls every'Tuesday*  ��. and   .Saturday. , ��� Ix;ave  orders at    ...'..    .  HIBNER'S BARBER SHOP.  !&&$&��&��&&��.  Lost���A bunch of keys. Finder  will be rewarded on leaving at Pioneer  office.  A number from town attended a  dance in Greenwood on Thursday  evening.  Duncan Ross, M. P., is expected to  arrive in Greenwood today from  Ottawa.  Ed. Davis, one of Grand Forkb'  merchants, transacted business in the  city on  Wednesday. "  Herb. Smith who has been in charge  of the compressor at the Sunset returned to camp on Wednesday  Prof. Marks will give a dance in  Miners' Union hall next Friday evening.    James' orchestra in attendance.  A C. Fraser, who was the guest of  friends in town for a fortnight, left on  Wednesday on a trip to the coast cities.  The Thomas Drug company closed  their store in Phoenix on Monday, removing the stock to their Greenwood  store.  D. McEwen, for many   years   western   travelling   representative   of   the  Toronto Globe, was in town on   Tues  day.  When overheated lake a glass ol  iced "Salada" Tea. It will piove  most refreshing. As deligtful as a  dip in the sea.  See the magnificent and bewildering  scenery in Porter J. White's big production of "Faust" at Phoenix opera  house, Aug. i ith.  Beriies are a bountiful crop this  season and many berry-pickers from  town have been busy through the  mountians, this week.  The long summer evenings are here;  to keep cool and be comfortable you  should have a lawn or verandah chair.  Binns, the Furniture man, has a fine  selection.  Andrew and Charles Keefe, formerly of Phoenix and now located at  Franc's Lake, were in town a few days  ago on business.���Omineca Herald,  IWelton.  A. S. Hoed was in Grand Forks on  Wednesday.  "Utopia,"  clear   Havana  cigar,   at  James'.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trnmbley, Phoenix, B. C.  Chas Hunter   left  yesterday   on  fishing trip to the Kootenay lakes.  Hr. H. B. Rogers of Chemainus  was a visitor in town over Sunday.  I (ouses for sale or rent���apply to  McAuliffe, the  tailor,   Dominion Ave.  Miss Murray of Green wood was  the gutsl of Mrs. L. V. Birnie on  Tut sday.  For rent���Three nice house-keeping  rooms; Enquire of owner on premises  liiner block.    j  Fresh buttermilk from the Curlew  creamery at Jaines'���for sale by glass  or gallon. j  1'. H. Burnham. passenger agent of  the S. F.'& N; was in Phoenix on  Thursday.       '���;  Miss Ada Pierce returned on Monday from a month's visit with friends  in Rossland.  Mrs. D. J. Matheson has been  spending the week in Greenwood, the  guest of Mrs. I. Crawford.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bank block, August 9th  to 15th.    Phone A   r8.  We have the genuine Alwin Go-carls,  also a nice line of Rattan Go-carts and  Carriages���at Binn's the furniiure man  Mrs. E. Parks was called to Salt  l^ake City on Tuesday though the  serious illness of her daughter   Leone.  The   regular   monthly   meeting   of  Greenwood Typograpical Union,   No  35S, will be held in thePioneer office  tomorrow.  I wish to inform (he public of Phoenix lhat I have taken over the lumber  yard and business lately conducted by  H. A. .Munroe, and am prepared to  fill all orders for lumber, brick, lime,  in which lines I cany a full slock.  C. A. Ross.  The game wnidni for the 'West-  bridge district made a hurried trip up  the river a few days agi"1, where it was  rumored thrte men named Boyles,  Macy and Mc.Nicol had murdered a  fine trout. Boyles was charged with  bailing ihe li>h, Ma-y wiih having  >!iot i', an'il McN col is said !���> h.tve  waded into tlic- w.iier ii'iil.iifi.r Jp>un  I'liCk  it into the !>��� at.  Lack fi't-viiinee prevented a cotn'ct-  i'lii.     Tlic Lciienil i.i)'ii:'in is 1 Itn 1 there  j ma Uic niilominatc ipuii 'iitvd.u  a   and tacfe to  raise   it   into   the  wm;..    1 mite y  runior.        ,  foi  ��� n'aiii-ti    lo   ihu  NEW ART POTTERY  WE have just opened up a NEW SHIPMENT  OF ART POTTERY, such as VASES, jar.  DINERES, Etc., Beautiful Finishes and colorings ; also new selections of Cut Glass, just in.  Must be seen to be appreciated. Calls of inspection invited.       . . . . ,  .jglUACfcJh ����-u����..  iwamnwr- -.���wrin?  imp STORE  , NEXT DOOR TO THRASHER'S.  ICE CREAM  ICE CREAM  WE INVITE COMPARISON MADE BV AN  -EXPERT.     FRESH DAILY���SATURDAY,  RASPBERRY;    SUNDAY, BANANA.  s��  Boston Coolers  #ilk   Shakes  FRUIT LEMONADES  GINGER BEER  CREAM SODA  IRON BREW  CHOCOLATES   AND  BON BONS  TURKISH DELIGHT  m ron inn: ON phii owihe.  PHONE  Yosterday was the execution day at  Kamloops 01 Francis Cedio, who on  November, 1906, murdered Louise  KLing by blowing up the Canadian  hotel at Niagara.  xu rent���2 three-roomed houses on  Brooklyn avenue (one furnished); four-  roomed house, New York townsite;  four-roomed house, Golden Eagle,  apply to D. J. Matheson, agent.   ���  David Nowles of Sheridan, Wyoming, despatcher on- the Burlington  railway, has been spending a few days  in town with his old schoolmate, Ed.  Black, i^hile en route to tbe coast.  The concert in aid of the Catholic  church will be given in the opera  house on Thursday evening, Aug. 6.  The program, which appears elsewere  in this issue, includes a varied select-  lion of attractive numbers, and those  who attend are assured of an e njoy-  able entertainment.  Faust contains a large meausure of  moral philosophy, ootb in the actual  words of the players and in the grand  esnemble of its weird light and shadow,  its comed-es and tragedies. Sam  aptly characterized it when he said it  was "better than a sermon." Will  appear at Phoenix opera house on  Aug. 1 ith.  Archie Aberdeen, for nearly half a  century prospector and locator through  the interior of British Columbia, returned on Monday from the Similkameen, where he was doing assessment  work on cla-'ms at Ollala. He states  that James McNulty, a former Phoni-  cian, who until recently has been working at the Stemwinder, Fairview, is  now located at the Nickel Plate, Hedley.  James Donald, well known around  camp, left last week for Nelson  and evidentally lost no time in getting  into tiouble. Wednesday's News says:  James Donald, committed for trial for  thelt yesterday in the city police court,  appeared before His Honor Judge Wilson in the afternoon and elected for  speedy trial. He practically admitted  his guilt but pleaded extenuating; circumstances, namely that, he was in-  J toxica led and unaware of what he  was  doing.    His case will  be disposed of  on Saturday.  There is a big  cinnamon  bear that  has been having frolics with the natives  between  here and Ebolt and is going  to have a tragic demise   one  of   these  fine days,     jimmy   Morgan,".possibly  the most expert marksman  in   British  Columbia, arid who  has specialised in  bear bunting, is now on  its  trail, and  if Mr. Morgan's eagle optic ever gazes  on   Mr.   Bruin   there   is  going lo  be  something ..-happen.      Passengers   on  Thursday's  Great   Northern   reported  having seen the bear down  tlie track a  few miles.    Messrs.   Morgan,   Munro  and   I.ibby   immediately   hied to the  spot with muzzle-loaders and ammunition, but at time of going to  press no  official re.port.of tbe execution has been  received.  Considerable work was done on the  Phoenix-Greenwood road- this week,  the recent rains having left the bill in  bad shape.  Orange wine, strawberry wine, black  currant wine, raspberry vinegar, lime  juice; 65 cents per bottle at Morrin,  Thompson & Co's.  Buttercup ice-cream is perfection���  in daintiness, flavor and richness. Try  it for yourself���at the Phoenix Bakery,  Knob hill Avenue..  For Sa'e���House and all furnishings  on Second street will be sold- very reasonably as owner is leaving town;  appfy to4Mr. and Mrs. J. Black.  - Mrs. G-.'-D.* Turner entertained a  few friends on Tuesday evening at  progressive whist ���'in honor - of her  guests, Mrs. Gray and Mr. Fraser,- of  Sydney, *I. S.    .  James Marshall has just put in a  fine fourteen arm chand'ler.at his  popular hostelry, the Brooklyn. There  is no chance whatever of getting lost  in its vicinity.  Dave Williams, fireman on the G.  N. passenger was called home last  week by the serious illness of his sister  at Renton, Wash. 'At last reports she  was doing well.  Our new store on Knob Hill avenue  is now open with a complete line  of confectionery, oranges, apples,  bananas, and all kinds of | astry found  in a first class bakery. W. J. Prender-  gast, proprietor.  Quire" a number of the church goers  of Phoenix took advantage of the song  service in tbe Presbyterian church last  Sunday evening.. The different selections ��ere well and pleasingly rendered  and the large number"present" appreci-  ciated the t Hurts; of the choir and of the  organist^  Mr. Fraser. y\  A. B. Hood,: manager of the Eastern Toivnsh:ps bank at Giand Forks,  was in town on Tuesday. !Mr Hood  states the smelter city is gradually recovering from the effects of the recent fire, and looks for a much im  proved appearance in the city when  it is rebuilt. The marjority of business places will rebuild, and as a bylaw recently passed by the city council  requires stone or brick buildings within the fire limits, the new structures  wil! be substantial and goodappearing.  Ryrie  " Steady Flow"  Fountain Pen  Our $1.00 Fountain Pen  is a popularly favored  specialty at Diamond Hall's  enlarged Stationery Department.  The point is of finely  finished polid 14k gold  with iricnum tip. The  name "Steady Flow" is  accurately descriptive,  and the pen is guaranteed  for* year.  Larger sizes $2.00 and  ���  ti-so. ' '������������:.-.-  Samples of note paper,  embossing and engraving-  are gladly sent on request.  RYKIE   BKOS.  ���  LIMITED   .  134.138  YONOE ST,  TOBOHTO     -    OUT.  E.   A.    BLACI1,   THE JEWELER  S     Olir    Shf1P��     Are   Wiggling15  C/\lr    OnOeS     TKeir Tongues  m  m  m  m  u  m  To tell you that llieir prices mli: nwuy tin- !a>t excuse f..r  bring well shod. Y >ti know tin: ln-aii'v of most shoes is  only skin deep and tbty soon wrir^oui���ihe Omitty of our  shoes is awfully thick-skinned��� bey wt-ar well What's in  a shoi? That's what a ni;ijnvv i.f p,-ople don't know nil  they wt-ar them���th.us after prdt.<". Om< shrn-s are m.ide  of beat material by skilkd workmen. Vou have.our.''.say  so" backed ..'>v a strong   guarante-: as to   wearing   qualities  n  ��3  "No need lo send out of town for  your printing. The Pioneer can do  anything done with type, ink and paper.  m THOMAS   BROWN  H     GENT'S,FURN1SH1NG5.   .,���,,../          : KNOH HILL AVENUF   &  Phoenix Opera House  ONE NIGHT  ONLY  AUGUST Ilth, 1908.  Porter J. WTfite's  COMPLETE    PRODUCTION  OF GOKTirU'S IMMORTAL  FAUvST  Miss OLGA VERNE  AS MARGUERITE  THE   FOLLOWING  ELECTRICAL   EFFECTS  Will all positively he produced brie  THI! RAIN OF VTKK  THE   MIDNIGHT   STARS  THE   MYSTIC   LIGHTNING   BUGS  '      THK MORKISU GLORIES -  THE   FIERY   NECKLACE  SERPEN T.  The Duel of Death. The Circle of Fir*. Th-  Flower Oardju. The Weirt Skulls Tons  of Speeia! Scenery. Properties and EWctrical  Embellishments Carried.  t  i  t  t  H  crcs a  Fiiht...  BOO KS���- Days.- a growin' leaner ;  Interest in readin' keener��� We say  buy a book���Then hunt a, shady nook  ���lots of satisfaction.  Our Stock of-Fishing Tackle  Is very complete this year���-the sure-  catch kind.   Have  a look before you  .take your nGxt outmg.  McRAE BROS. LTD.   Stationers  9  P  *  ���*  $  t  f  *  + .  *  5  CIGARS  A public duty���not to smoke a bad cigar.     Our ��� igars are  full   of   value���.finest   tobacco���well    made���well    shaped.  CONFECTIONERY  Daintier, Finer Flavored, Ghater Variety and more  attractive in appearance���that's our Candy Story  quickly told.       .-  8��r-  Try  AL. ALMSTOn.  Butter cup ice cream, famous for its  quality, purity and flavor���r-at the  I'hoemx Dakery, Knob Hill avenue.  am*i  ���0M^K��<  rnrim*.^**.'' '���    ��i��>r��q  J  [llifi:,  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  tffl^_Thc must perlectly appointed Hrakn  ��nd Pleanure Resort In the West, with a com  pletesystem oi Kaihi���including Turkish and  Russian. Open the year round. The curatir  pioperties of  t�� waters 're unequaled.  For Curtug all Rheumatic. Nervous aud Mu>  :ul��rTrou::.<-.  Fiji Ilea ��� (t all Kidney, Liver aud Stomach  tilinciitv  For Kllrainalinic all M��.t^lll��Pols��ns from th  jytlcm  T te grandeur ol .he scenery is uiirivallec  MouuiMns.snow peaks, (orcais,fakes,wofer'alls  aoa-.niK. yacm.iiK, fislitna. shooting, c^cursirns  cenuN. Its nrinter climate is unsurpassed for  ���nildncm H>RRY McINTOSH,  ProorMor.  DoiriinLiori Hotel  ~~ OLD IRONS DES AVcNUE,   PHUHNiX  Having taken over the liusin -ss <,f the f) > iiiirmi H -tt-l,  ihe undersigned will i-ndc-avor to kc-t-p the Dominion  ihr Ifadinji hotel in the premier Boundary mining camp.  Choice Liquors and Cigars���Dining Room Under  Personal Direction  Every Convenience   for Commercial  Trade  J. B,  BOONE & MASSEY  #���  BUHERCUP ICE CREAM  If yon want handsome Clothes,  well finished, good lilting'and  properly put together���Clothes  :. that will look well and wear  well from the time you first  put themon nntilyou lay them  aside���you will appreeia'e the  kind of clothing   we make.  .Satisfy both your good taste  and your pocket book by ordering your Fall Suit or Overcoat  from na. We make perfectly���  quickly���satisfactorily, a wide]  choice of line fabrics to select  from ,   ���'..  COLLEGE.  Fotuifit.,1 1892��� Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  R. HORRELL,  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  Provides a Christian  home for students of  both sexes at  moderate  rates  Has a preparatory class for junior stud-  ents, doing grade  public school   work  Does high school work, confers all higl:  achool privileges, and prepares for teachers'examinations.   Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and give.  Diplomas.   Gives a liberal education m  its Cwllegiate Con rue and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A.    In University wo-k, can take stndenlo throng)  the  complete Arts Course, and  the degree of   B.A. can be obtained frurn Tor  onto University, which the college is ir  hit affiliation.   -  For fuller in formation and terms writi  J Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B. A., B.D., Prinofr  pal ;or Bav. J. P. Bowell. Buraar.  The daintiest .of palate plcascrs can be had at the  PHOENIX BAKERY in any quantity. Everybody  says our I{E (REAM is rich and delicious in flavor  ��� You'd say so  loo if yov tried it.      .-    .���    .-    .-    .-  The Phoenix Bakery  BREAD,  CAKES AND  CONFECTIONERY.  KNOB HILL  AVENUE.  * r***^*&*trs^r&&&s^��e&*&&ssHs*r^*^ ������.���**#*  {  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  KAMK  Of COMPANY.  U,0. Coppe- Co ���copper   ' 'Jarlboo McKinney���gold  I Cannot. M  & 3 gold copper  J <lranby ConsolltUied-r-copper.  \ il-orldence-eUrsr jJ.Lii.,  *0>����aW��ea)fiBlltofc&��&lBB&&

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