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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 17, 1907

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 AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Year.  PHOENIX,  BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 17,  1907.  fit  No.   37.  ?_?______?_r.*   <*l  \At  r  i $  ft  1  *4*  1  i  is  &  �����  ,'iV  $  m  to  to  to  to  to  4IS  /ft  /ft  /ft  to  to  to  /ft  /ft  *  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  AS  Big  AT THE  Store  TODAY =====  You will fin d everything  you may require in the  line ot STAPLE GROCERIES, WHOLESOME  FRESH FRUIT and NEW  VEGETABLES  Royal Household Flour  $1.85 per  sack.  Pure Cane Sugar  20 1b. sack $1.50  Grand Forks New Potatoes  per sack $2.50  Brandon Creamery Butter  14 lb  Boxes $4.50  Hazelwood Fresh Eggs  40c. per dozen.  Fresh Raspberries Grand Forks  Royal Ann Cherries  from Myers Falls  Hot House Tomatoes  from Frache Bros.  Yellow Transparent Apples  from Yakima  Peaches, Plums and Apricots  Daily by Express  li ter-Miik Co.  LIMITED.  Eva Fox recently purchased a residence on Banner street from L. A.  Manly, and it is reported that the J.  B. Boyle residence, on Gospel Hill,  has been sold to a local man.  This list probably does not include  .ill the transfers and improvements  recently* made and in contemplation,,  as some have not been reported to the  Pioneer. The amounts of the con-  *'derutic)ns for the properties transferred are not given out, but it is  known I hat they range all the way  Irom $250 to $3,000, while the cost of  the new buildings will probably reach  $25,000.  JULY SHOWED  NEW RECORD  For Ore Tonnage from  Boundary.  Boundary Mining Notes  w  w  viz  viz  s��  i��  BROOKLYN MINE  HAD CAVE-IN  From Surface to 250-  Foot Level.  &__   J?  l^s^saaasaaaasi^^^  Grocery Depi  Morreii's Hams and Bacon:  You will never know what a difference there is in Cured Meats until  you try MORRELL'S SUGAR  CURED, CORN FED MEAT.  Hams at 25 cents a 11). Bacon at 30  cents a lb.  Garden Valley" Fresh Creamery  Butter:  Without exception, the finest butter  in town. Made in the morning and  delivered here the same evening,  thereby retaining its natural flavor.  This butter we sell at 40 cents,  and it is easily worth the difference  over ordinary Brick Butter.  We have tbe exclusive sale for  these two lines, and if you once try  them you will want no other.  Took   the   C. P. R.  Tracks  and Ore Bunkers.  ��  ware  Hot weatfter Necessities:  $2.75, $3-����  cents.     Wire  Screen Doors,,#2.00, $2.50,  Window Screens, 50 to   75  Screen any width from 24 to   36  inches.  Ice   Cream   Freezers,_"The   Gem," 2   to  8 quarts.  Last Saturday evening at 7.15  o'clock, a serious cave-in occurred at  the Brooklyn mine of the Dominion  Copper Co. Most fortunately, as it  happened, not a life was lost nor was  any one even injured by the falling of  the thousands of tons of ore from the  surface to the 250-foot level "or' lower.  The cave took place under the ore bins  and two C. P. R. tracks running past  the bunkers sank, the whole covering  a space some 75 to 100 feet in width  by perhaps 400 to 500 feet in lenth,  and while not expected at just this  time, was not entirely unanticipated at  some time, for the reason that the ore  bodies had been gouged out by a  former management of the mine, without leaving sufficient supports.  At the time mentioned a carman  came running into the engineer's room  from the ore bins, saying that something was the matter out there; whereupon the engineer, John Picthal, went  out to ascertain the trouble. Putting  his head out of one of the windows of  the ore bunkers, he felt the structure  begin to quiver and ran back for his  life, two-thirds of the bunkers going  down into the mine with a crash. He  did not have a second to spare to reach  safety.  The news soon spread throughout  the city, and hundreds went up to the  yawning chasm in the rain to see  where the cave took place, and the  next day the vicinity of the slump was  thronged from early morn till dewy  eve. One C. P. R. track was carried |  down by the massive timbers of the  ore bunkers, the other still remaining  suspended in mid air, held only by  the fishplates and the spikes in the ties.  And yet, across this abyss, taking his  life in his hand, one man���perhaps  more���had the temerity to go, and  that without need of doing so for any  purpose whatever, except to say that  he had thus dared death.  All day Sunday enterprising photographers, professional and amateur,  were on hand in force to get snap  shots of the unusual occurrence, and  already dozens of photographs have been  disposed of. John McRae secured  three excellent views of the cave-in.  On learning of the slump, a few  minutes thereafter, Supt. Rundberg, of  the Dominion Copper Co., at once  ordered warning signs posted all around  tbe cave, and also built fences around  the railway tracks, on both sides, to  keep the curious ones at a safe distance. Nevertheless, many went to the  very brink of the chasm���probably to  see just how far they would fall if the  sides happened to cave in some more.  Early Sunday W. t. Thomas, the  manager, and M. M. Johnson, the  consulting engineer, drove up from  Boundary Falls, it being also one of  Mr. Johnson's regular visits of inspection. Seen by the Pioneer representative, Mr. Thomas said:  "When notified of the cave last  night, our first thought was of the men,  and we were immensely pleased that  not a soul was injured in any way.  The cave is not as serious for us as it  looks, as our shaft is intact and the  hoist is running today as usual, in the  best of shape. While our ore bunkers  are gone, and that is a loss, we will  merely ship a little heavier from our  other mines here, the Idaho and Raw  hide, and in a few days will have  chutes built at the' Brooklyn mine  again and be able, to ship from that  property once more to some extent,  till we can put up new ore bunkers."  As a matter of fact, there are thousands of tons of ore broken down in  the lower levels of the Brooklyn that  can be immediately shipped as soon as  the surface facilities are provided���ore  that conld not have been readily  reached before because of the danger  of caving. For a' time it will be  comparatively cheap '. mining at the  Brooklyn.  For some time work has been going  on in the driving of the drift on the  350-foot level of the Brooklyn under  the city to the company's Idaho mine,  the two being already connected on  the 2 50-foot level. This lower drift  will be continued with no loss of time,  when more ore than ever can be taken  out of the Idahp?,shaft, which is  equipped to handle,a*'large tonnage.  Hid.: the cave ~*^rjehed^three*oV  four hours soonerthan it aTd'"itwoiffd  have taken in one of the C. P. R.  engines and train crews, which, about  4 o'clock that afternoon, took out  eleven cars of Brooklyn ore. As it  happened the C P. R. did not lose an  ore dump even, nor did it have a car  tied up on the east side of the cave.  Among the Railway Men.  ERECT MANY  NEW BUILDINGS  Business and Residence  Structures.  List of  a Number, of  Transfers.  Recent  Supt. R. C. Morgan, of this part of  the Great Northern, was here Tuesday  in his private car.  This week the C. P. R. extra gang  began the work of laying the steel on  the new extension to the Rawhide  spur, for the use of the Dominion  Copper Co. j  G. T. Moir, C. P. R. agent here,  who is to go to Grand Forks, does not  expect to be able to get away till next  week, to take up his new duties with  the same railway.  After several delays, Porter Bros,  bridge men arrived this week, and  began the work of putting in the 532-  foot trestle on Great Northern Victoria  shaft spur for the Granby Co.  A new Boundary railway story is  going the rounds, namely, that the  Kettle Valley lines���which is supposed  to mean the C. P. R.���has acquired  the Midway & Vernon charter, will  build from Curlew to Midway, and  thence over the route of the M. & V.  Boundary Side Lights  Thomas Newby, a Grand Forks  pioneer, was badly injured last week  by being thrown from his horse. An  operation was performed by Drs. New-  combe, Truax and Dickson.  R. Gardom, a 12 year resident of  Midway, who recently resigned to remove to Vancouver, was banqueted by  his friends before leaving. He was in  charge of the custom house at Midway.  Custom receipts in Grand Forks  riding for the month of July are reported to have been as follows by R.  R. Gilpin: Grand Forks, $1,655; Phoenix, $1,653.77; Carson, $65; Cascade,  $35.72; total, $3,40949.  Greenwood Typographical Union  No. 358 was reorganized Monday  evening at Greenwood with the following officers: President, R. Mathison;  vice-president, A. M. Davidson; secretary, J. VV. Grier; treasurer, VV. B.  Willcox; executive committee, F. Sherwood and G. A. Evans. R. P. Petti-  piece, international organizer, was  present from Vancouver. Mr. Petti-  piece also organized a new union, on  the.way he,rei,j��t..Veriion.  Improved conditions generally in  the Boundary are perhaps reflected in  no more striking manner than in the  transfers of realty that have taken place  in Phoenix in the last month or two,  and which are taking place almost  every day. Another -feature"is the  fact "that, in nearly every instance, the  property is purchased for purposes of  improvement as soon as possible. Not  only will there be a number of new  business structures erected here this  summer and fall, but the addition to  residences will be of considerable importance, especially to those who will  occupy them���for the reason that none  are to be had now, so great is the  demand.  Following is a list of some of the  transfers that the Pioneer has been  able to learn of, among others:  Lots r and 2, Block 28, Old Ironsides sub-division, to John Kieniemi,  a Seattle man, who, it is said, has  plans out for a good sized two-story  building, and has ordered the lumber.  J. L. Martin purchased Lot 21,  'Block 18, Old Ironsides sub-division,  on Knob Hill avenue, from Ed.  Brown, a short time ago, and is having  plans drawn and is asking tenders for  the erection of a three-story business  block that will be an ornament to the  avenue.  Danny Deane purchased Lot 14,  Block 18, Old Ironsides sub-division,  on. Victoria avenue, which he expects  to improve later with a three-story  structure. Mr. Deane also purchased  two lots on Knob Hill avenue, east of  the Bellevue hotel, and has given a  contract for the erection of an S-room  house thereon, work to be started immediately.  Some time since John Mcintosh  purchased Lot 3, Block 4, on Old  Ironsides avenue, and erected thereon  a comfortable cottage.  Dan Rankin purchased Lot 8, Block  4, Old Ironsides avenue, and improved  it also with a residence, lie also purchased the west 20 feet of Lot 19, in  Block 8, in same locality.  A. J. Campbell bought Lot 7, Block  4, Old Ironsides avenue, and is just  completing his house.  Peter Tenetti bought Lot tS and  the east 10 feet of Lot 19, Block 8,  Old Ironsides avenue, and will build a  story and a half residence at once, the  contract having been let.  Annie Walters bought Lot 15,  Block 26, adjoining the Walters residence on Victoria avenue, near the  hospital.  Matthew Crook and Andrew Julili  purchased Lots 12, 13 and 14, Block  31, Spion Kop, for purposes of improvement.  has operations well  erection of a resi-  Block 2, Old  Iron-  Today shipping is expected lo be re  sumed at the Brooklyn mine.  Some diamond drilling is expected  lo be done at the Carmi mine.  A force of 20 men is now emloyed  at the Mountain Rose mine of the  Dominion Copper Co., Summit camp.  This week's record of treatment by  the smelter of the Dominion Copper  Co. is a new one for that concern,  6,649 tons> ar*d nexl week's is likely to  be still larger.  The force at the"CarTr5oo:McKinriey  mine is now close toJ3o mdn,' and it  begins to look like old times in Boundary's oldest mining camp.  A bunk house, to accommodate 70  men is being completed by the British  Columbia < Copper Co. at the Oro  Denoro mine, Summit camp, and will  soon be ready for use.  Boundary smelter managers unanimously say that local C. P. R. officials  do everything possible, in their power,  to supply cars and to forward coke  enroute, but the trouble is up higher.  B. C. Copper's treatment for this  week totaled 9,471 tons, as follows:  Mother Lode, 5,093 tons; Oro Denoro,  8S0 tons; Napoleon, 70 tons; Emma,  29 tons; Lone Star, 73 tons; custom  ore, including Snowshoe, 3,326 tons.  The annual meeting of the Dominion  Copper Co. is to be held in a few-  days in New York, when the report for  the fiscal year ending July 31st last  will be submitted to the shareholders,  and some think there may be something heard of  dividend action.  Two or three cars of machinery  arrived a few days, ago for the .Snow-  shoe mine, and the machanics are now  busy installing the second half of the  3o-drill Rand air compressor, and also  in putting in the rope drive, so that the  machine can be operated by electricity.  The Dominion Copper Co.'s smelter  is the only one of the three in the  Boundary, that is not having trouble to  get coke enough to operate at full  capacity. When President Miller  made that coke contract with the  International Coal & Coke Co., it was  a good stroke of business.  One of the three furnaces at the  B. C. Copper Co's smelter was blown'  out last Saturday, leaving two in blast'.'  Lack of coke���the old story���is the  cause. This week it has been nip and  tuck to keep two furnaces in operation,  banking having been resorted to more  than once, when cars of coke were  known to be within reasonable distance.  The fifth giant ore crusher to be  purchased by the Granby Co. from  the Jenckes Machine Co., of Sherbrooke, Quebec, is now on the way  here, for the Gold Drop terminal of  the company. This little machine,  when installed, weighs a matter of  some 50 tons, or about 100,000  pounds, the freight bill on one car  being about $2,000 alone.  Over  150,000   Tons  of Ore  Were Shipped.  Delayed details of the ore tonnage  sent out from Boundary mines for the  month of July show that the, total of  over 150,000 tons of ore shipped from  the district producers���and treated in  district smelters���establishes a , .iiew  monthly record for the Boundary Output, being several thousands of tons in  excess of any previous month.  In the appended table, it'..will be  noted that the B. C. Copper Co.'s  Mother Lode mine shipped oyer 20,-  000 tons, and the mines of the Dominion Copper Co. over 23,000 ..tons;  but the Granby's output of 80,'oop  tons, although gratifyingly large, is not  up to that company's high water mark,  by any means. The Snowshoe mine  also exceeded all previous ore shipments for one month.  Following are the figures from the  several Boundary mines in detail, for  July, in tons:  Granby mines      .:.  80,216  B. C. Copper Co.:  Mother Lode   ..  21,040  Emma         35��  Oro Denoro  4,556  25,946  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn   6.799  Rawhide   9,422  - Idaho          1.913  Sunset         5.158,  (  Mountain Rose  5U  23,806  Snowshoe       ...  20,840  Providence  ..  3��  Skylark           ...  20  Sally          25  July total    ...  150.883  Pratt-Fergtison Weddlo_.  Monday morning  at   eight   o'clock  George Wallace Pratt and Miss   Aliz-  abeth Ferguson were united   in   marriage at the Brooklyn  hotel, and  took  the Great Northern train for a  honeymoon trip to Spokane.    The wedding  was private, and according to the rites  of the Catholic  church, the only  witnesses   being   Mr.   and   Mrs.   James'  Marshall,    with    Rev.   Father   J.   A.  Bedard, O.   M.   I., as   the  officiating  clergyman.     Mr. Pratt is   well  known  in camp, having been   here for several  years one of the  head  machinists in  the Granby machine shops, while Mrs.  Pratt has been a resident  here ' but a  short time, both having many   friends.  Bank dives $3,000 la Prizes.  The Eastern Townships Bank, the  head office of which is at Sherbrooke,  Quebec, is again offering cash prizes  and six medals for prizes on butter  and cheese at the Dominion and provincial exhibition, to be held at Sherbrooke, September 2d to 14th. The  cash prizes this year given by the bank  amount to $600, makng a total of  $3,000 given for tbe same purpose in  the last five years by this bank.  ��� �������������������������������������������������  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. *"*" 7 ��7 ;  The following table gives thc ore shipments of Boundary  mines tor 1900,  for  1901. lor  1902. for 1903, for 1004, for 1905, for 1906, aud igof. as reported 10 tbe Phoenix Pioneer���  Past     1  Mink.      Camp.  Granby Miue.<t..Phoeuix  Snowshoe Phoenix  $ B. C. Copper Co.  ���     MotherLode Deadwd  B.C. Mine Summit  9      Kiuma .Summit  Oro Denoro ...Summit  Bonnie Belle Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  BrookIyii-Stem..Phnix  Idaho I'hoenix  Kuwhide Phoenix  ! Sunset Deadwood  Mouuttl Ro.se Summit  A thelstaii. Welling ton  Morrison ...Deadwood  R. Bell Summit  .  Senator Summit  T Brey Fo.le Summit  A No. 37 Summit  ~ Reliance Summit  Sulphur King....Summit  Win. nipeg,... Wellington  GoldenCrowu Wellugtu  King Solomon W.Coppr  3ig Copper W.Coppr  No. 7 Miue Ceutral  1900  04.553  *97  5.340  19.494  1901  231,762  1.731  99.034  47.405  650  1902  309.S5S  30,800  141,326  14.S11  ��,S3o  1903  393.718  71,212  138,079  19,305  22,937  15.537  1904  549.-03  IOf>5  *53.8��9  1906  801404  8,426  1007 Week  ;S.i 776 16,773  07.605     j,.(u>  174,298    174,567  37.��oo  16,400  9,485  3.007  105,000  ������P.773  I.4SS  1.3-0  11 > -4  ���1.837  3.1^7  0.3.SI  7,455      15,731           5,046  3.339  150  560  1,076  2.250  t  875  665  ^ City of Paris White's           2,000  ��� Jewel .....Long Lake '^~  Kiverside...Kock Creek  A Carmi West Kork  35o  Frank Johnson  under way on the  dence on Lot 7  sides avenue.  George Rogers  Lot     io,    Block  recently purchased  2, Old Ironsides  avenue, and will immediately improve  it with a residence for rental purposes.  Deminico Mussatto this week purchased from Mttrdock Mclntyre Lot 5,  Block 15, Knob Hill avenue, adjoin  ing McRae Bros., Ltd., and is now-  having plans drawn for a two or three  story building, probably 30 x 100 feet,  for business purposes.  Sally West Fork  Humbler  West Fork      Butcher Boy ..West Fork      Duncan West Fork ......  Provide nee...Providence      Klkhoru Providence      Strathmote .Providence      Preston Skylark      .   Prince Henry ....Skylark.      A Skylark Skylark      _, Last Chance Skylark      J K. I'. U. Mine...Skylark       ��� Bay Skylark      A Mavia Skylark       T Don Pedro Skylark      V Crescent Skylark      A Hcleu Greenwood   Ruby Boundary Falls      Republic Boundary FUs      Miscellaneous  3.230  Total, tons  96.600  , Smelter treatment���  Granby Co  62,387  B.C. Copper Co   Dominion Copper Co   785  625  482  2,060  "890  303  3.450  390,800  230,828  117,611  325  50s .S76  "2, M"  148,600  993  400  167  32,350  55.731  140,6X5  'J.960  3.070  25,108  26,032  3.250  3."S6  48,390  1,759  4,747  3.556  4,586  3.450  1,833  222  304  33  33  150              566  30  145  79  loo  70  37,'' I1*  8,9...-.  4I,J,-'l  19..-.2S  720  325  52  50  300  770  t>o  535  6��w  255  73  20  40  90  So  lb  ,140  15  589  500  690,419  401,921  162,913  132,5.0  60 20       75�� 500       829,80s 93,1,M.S 1,161 ..S.17  ���.I4,isi    .w,Mc��>  596,352   6��7,.>S8 S1N.S79 l-'.u-'  210,4S4   2li��,S3o    123,74U 210.67J  30.930    84,059   21S..S11   lo-.,5>;.'  ���".' 'MimaMl  ������'MMMm  ��� ������:��� ;y'!#f.5_|_.l  : -���'���WTjj'ftHSl  \imbm  iipil  "���' &��BiPY\  ; :.*'27?:-&Vt|  ; Af$fc{.!gs01  : ^tp'M  - '-���'iWiML'tft?.  ���- ���-���*.i#*;;-v-  ���mm  ���A��'^  ��� M$$  fli  ,<S>p!\ _  :':-Sfil!  AW:  Total reduced...   62,389   348,439   460,940  697,404   837.616 0SJ.S77 1,171,431.72.i.3-:6    ;i,hi A  n-^awaiMimiMtii^ It    _!v3is ts  wMf JBirTi_,afs  3? iffs  '.I!  w ������  'H  ni  s  '.)  r* -  ^HE  PHCWDtflX  pioneer.  , <+ c^ftfT*_>���<����� M<�� ��^.<-��  _���>.��.<�� ��^,o<�� ��-v_ur�� o��<�� �����*���  ? OUR COPPER CORNER J  * ���.-������'���������  The favorite Tea of the  West.  Blended to suit conditions and tastes  right here in the West���not in England or away: down East, where the  water, etc., is very different.  Sold in Lead Packets  Only 50c. lb.  MATTERS OF   INTEREST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED    IN    THE  COPPER   MINING    INDUSTRY  | ITS PURHTY  ITS FLAVOR  ITS FRAGRANCE  ITS RELIABILITY  ��  ������������<* t-����^�� ��_>���<<_��� ��_>���<�� o��-k_�� ��_*���<_. ��_>��;_�� ��^��^_�� #_*���<_��� ed;  Some Dividend Payers.  According to   The   Mining  World,  104 mines and ore treatment works  declared dividends aggregating a total  of $59,799,332 for the period from  January to July   this  year.    Since or-  to $10,679,209, making a total of  $120,716,401 on an outstanding capitalization of $187,983,392. Sixteen  of these properties", led by the Bunker  Hill & Sullivan of Idaho, with $10,-  026,000 in dividends to date on a capitalization of $3,000,000, have already  Are  responsible   for   its  enormous sale of 16,000,-  000 packets   annually.  !!  .     -.        -     <      ���   j       ���   | .���..^uun ui .pj,__<_,<.__, nave  atreauy  ganization these 104 companies have  distributed profits in excess  of their  , ���!!!"���"!C^i^end^of$5IO'n638'339, j capitalization.    The great   Homestake   ���������TJ--1-J-U0V1  showing a return of almost 93% on the  issued capitalization of $549.7.89,592.  Of these properties no less than 34  have paid dividends in excess of their  capitalization. Of the $59,799,332  declared in dividends this year, 27  copper mines contributed $38,176,214  gold mine in the Black Hills, S. D.,  which for 28 years had been paying  dividends until the recent underground  fire made it necessary to temporarily  discontinue the division of profits, has  declared to April 25, 1907, a total of  $16,086,350 on a capitalization  grad-  ��� T E A  THE PRINCE OF TEAS  Sealed Lead Packets Only.    Highest Award St.Louis, 1904.  At All Grocers.  bmce their incorporation these copper tially increased to $21,840,000. The  properties returned profits of $329,-! last monthly dividend was at the rate  429.704 on an issued capitalization of! of   6%   per,  annum.    Thirteen   zinc  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  IUOID CBBATORD-Vg B. TH>  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT FHO��!��IX, B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaoih.  ���.i.ni,.._ (Business office No, 14.  Telephones J M__,ger., residence. No. 15.  .___cjuptzo-s 11* aovakcb.  Per Year...   Six Months   To the United States, per year.��� _������  ...*...$a.oo    ".as  ...... 3.50  j that this bottling-up process will work.  Local CP.R. telegraph   operators   are  usually accommodating but the men in  charge in Vancouver should take a day  off and see where they are   making a  mistake in this treatment of the  press.  We know of what we are talking, as we  have run  into   that  bunch  ourselves.  If, .after a mile of red tape to the head  offices of the  company  is   unwound,  the chief officials know of these doings,  we are  very   much   mistaken.    Little  whippersnappers   of   underlings    are  usually responsible for it.  $174,502,250. Fourteen of them have  repaid their capitalization. * Fifty-eight  gold, silver and lead properties declared dividends this  year amounting  properties have paid dividends so far  this year of $1,193,124, making a total  of $12,124,639 on an issued capitalization of $14,982,000.  I The BEST, Cheapest  f and most satisfactory  ���     Clothing in Phoenix.  Clothing  I. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary P.,  CableAildress:       HALLBTT.   '  e lintford M'Nelf.  Code* " M iieiii. * Neal'a  <��������� �����-**���&  I.viber'a.  Gkkknwood.B.c     V h  TUCK    COLLIN  SHAVING PARLORS *   "  and BATHROOM.  Hotel BalmornI ��� .  Cor. First & Kuob Hill Ave.   "HOENIX, B f    *  PROVINCIAL.  W'rhour Monty and Welcome.  ITyou are not a subacr ber to this paper, this I       T_ .        ,     . . -    ,  ll an invitation to you to become one. I      It IS refreshing   to   find   SOOie   One,  ^ (now   and   again,  who   believes  that  Advertising rates turnishea on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Fonr weekly insertions constitute one month'*  t Ivert sine  1907  AUG.  1907  Sun. Men. Tut*. Wed. Thu. Fr<. Sit.  4 5  ir ra  18 19  25 26  6  *3  20  27  I  7  8  r4/r5  31 22  28 29  9  16  30  3  10  Y\7-:'.  24  3i  Personification of the Cinch.  there is something worth having in this  old world of ours besides filthy lucre:  not that the wherewithal is not an extremely useful adjunct in fighting the  strenuous battles of life, but that then-  are some things thnt are without price,  and that all the wealth of the Indies  cannot purchase���in fact, are not in  the market at any figure.  One of the magazines that is worth  while for any manor woman to read.  ���and one of the really useful publications, that must suffer from the new-  second-class postal regulations���is  Success. The following from a.recent  issue of Success, on the above subject,  shows how a bright, sunny disposition  is one of the best umbrellas in this vale  of tears:  There are some characters. wHo.  carry their wealth with ���therri,_who are  rich without money. They do not  need palatial homes or a large bank-  But there are others, ,'t account. They.are welcome everywhere because/ they have that which  money cannot" buy���a genial, helpful,  sunny, cheerful disposition.  Of course, everybody   wants   them,  because it is a joy to  be  with them  Everybody  loves   the   sunshine   and  I hates the shadows and the gloom.  !     There is no bank account that can  balance a  sweet, gracious  personality:  no material wealth can match a sunny  heart, an ability to radiate helpfulness.  and sweetness.  But such.graces and charms never  live with selfishness or self-seeking. It  is the people who have something to  give, not who are trying to get something, that are wanted everywhere.  HAD AN AWFUL TIME  Moyie had  a $45,000, payroll last  week���the best yet.  Ranchers around west   Robson are  organizing trailbuilding "bees."  Hediey is offering $1500 in prizes  at the Labor Day celebration.  Cranbrook is making extensive preparations for celebrating Labor Day.  Hon. H. L. Borden will tour British  Columbia from September 24th to  October ist.  Notorious Bill Miner, the C. P. R.  train bandit, who escaped from the  New Westminster penitentiary last  week, is still at large.  A recent meeting of the Western  Canada Immigration Association Executive was held in Winnipeg to decide  the question of including British Columbia in the work of the Association,  in addition to the three Prairie  Provinces.  Vancouver's new court house will  cost $400,000, the contract going to  McDonald, Snyder & Wilson; About  $100,000 will be spent in extras.  The remains of the  wife of Postmaster Nicholson, of Camp McKinney, I  who was drowned in the  Similkameen |  river,   were found last  week  in   that  stream.  The total cut of logs on the coast of  British Columbia for the fiscal year  ending June 30 was 339,343,662 feet,  according to the books of the Government supervisor of scaling. I  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fell Line of Underwear, Shifts, Shoes, Ties,etc..  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.       . . KNObhi_l\Nv��.^Sokkn.x.  KingEdward Lodge, N0.3  A. F. and A. M.  i&>'i     R^BU'arconjmunlcatloiiSp.n,    c  &?* <���"*��"* �����"d Thursday oreach inc.',?'   S  >\VAy\  Kmergent meetings ascalled.M..  XX  X      Hall. McHale Block. a'M"��n  J. J. STR.T7.u_  *V.Jt,  M.M.&TKPHKNS.  Secretary.  I- O. O. F,  8NOWSHOKI.ODG1CN0  Meets every Monday Evening  at Miners' 11  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  J.F.McDougal,   N. G  W. S. Cook, Rec. 8ec'v  Wm, Plckard, Per. Fl'  Secy.  0.0.00:0 o:Qoo"o'o"o"o-0'o-o'o-o"o'o'o"cro:o:o:o  P. 0.  Box 56.  Phoenix Market.  'Phone 2.  ��  P.  BURNS  &  CO.,  Ltd. I Phoenix Shoe a.  Stomach Troublei and Constipation.  No  one  can  reasonably  hope  for  good digestion  when   the  bowels are  constipated.    Mr.   Chas.   Baldwin,  of  Edwardsville,   III.,  says:   "I   suffered  from chronic constipation and stomach  troubles for several years, but, thanks  to Chamberlain's Stomacb and   Liver  Tablets, am almost cured."    Why not  Set a package of these tablets and get  well and.stay  well?    Price   25   cents.  Samples free.' For sale by all druggists.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Lioe of Fresh and Cored Heats.  Poultry, Fish aad Quae io Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt Attention.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER _e OPTICIAN  Local Tims Inspector f.r S. F. _ |)  (High Clans Goods always In Stock.)  Gkano Fobkh, B.C.  .'8  Jl   f  1  -A  r  t  i  I  11  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,  Eholt anil  all  the other  <���  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon  Headquarters.  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Bnuudarv :  GREENWOOD, B.C.  fex_X_X��)t-->��c_X_X^^  The average person is apt to t ink  first of the Standard Oil or some similar concern when the word cinch is  mentioned  may be remarked, and in their own peculiar way they have all the "lead  pipe" and "dead immortal" features so  often associated in the mind of the  public with the, company of which  John D. Rockefeller is the head.  Foi a concrete intance, take the so-  called  C. P. R. Associated  Press service furnished to the papers of the west  by Canada's greatest railway.    We say  so-called, advisedly, for it is admitted  by any one who knows anything about  the matter, that this   press   service  is  about  the   worst  apology  imaginable  for the Associated Press of the United  States.    In fact, it is not in   the   least  what it purports to be, but is  a miserable hodge-podge gathered together by  some $40-aimonth clerk   in   an   office  of the  C. P. R.   telegraphs���a  clerk  who evidently does not know the   first  thing about what is real news.  If a newspaper in British   Columbia  wishes this service, all well and  good;  it can take and pay a big price for  it,  or go without entirely, as the C. P. R.  has seen to the   matter   of opposition  in this line.    Now comes   the  Nelson  News, the most progtessive daily in  a I  town of similar size  in   Canada,   with  the statement that the CP.R. has announced that  the antediluvian   press  service heretofore furnished that  daily  will hereafter cost three times as much  as in the past.    Just  think   of it���an  increase of $3,000  per annum   to a  paper that has its hands full at best to  to make ends meet,  and   to a  paper  , materially assisting in building up   the  territory of the CP.R.    If the service  was   resonably   decent,   F.  J. Deane,  theowner of the News, might think   it  worth     while    to   , run    his    credit  to have it.    But to treble the price on  a commodity that is the poorest of  its  Nelson Fruit Fair  f PHo  ���*���*"*--��-���-#-  A. T. TTJItANO, Prop.  Sept.  IS, 19, 26,  1907  if^E,  LARGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. SOME- .���''".,  ..   THING    DOING EVERY MINUTE.     ::::::  Tree 5how Twice Daily   Horse Daces  Cheap excursions rates   on all transportation lines.    For information or prize  Greenwood OL&g'C LlHC  Standard Time  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.00 a.m  ���������*���'������������''       lower town,   Q.3oa.m  Leave   Greenwood      - 3.00 p. m.;  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  PHOENIX OFFICE, WITH H. JAMES, KNOB HILL AVE.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  <m^*mmtma^0mmim^mam*iaa*g*0mt0*0t0**a0*am  list write  C. W. BUSK,  President.  Bui Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him.  It is with  pleasure  that I give you  this unsolicited testimonial.    About a  year ago when I had a severe case of  measles I got caught out iu a hard rain  and the measles settled in my stomach  and bowels.    I had an awful time and  had it not been for the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy  I  could   not  have  possibly  lived but a few hours longer, but thanks  tr> this remedy I am now  strong and  well.   I have written the above through  [simple gratitude and  I  shall  always  speak a good word for this remedy.���  Sam   H.   Gwin,   Concord,  Ga.    For  sale by all druggists.  D. C. McMORRIS,  Sec, P.O. Box 95,  Nelson, B. O.  i@_��____l��_0i  That Counts  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  biecialty. guaranteed water  yrr.f.  First Street - Opp. Kuob Hill Hotel  Phoenix, B. C.  ypilonpiiii;;,:  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  1  i  1  t  U  1  3  m 1  Belated Machine "Despatch."  A Machine "despatch" from Ottawa  attempts a long delayed defence of two  of the gravest scandals exposed during  the last session, the Ross Rifle deal,  and the Blairmore Townsite steal.    By  the first a company, making very generous profits from the subsidized manufacture   of. a rifle which experts have  repeatedly declared to be unsatisfactory,  has been   paid   in   full fcr every rifle  delivered, a largf proportion in advance,  and, on the Machine's own showing,  paid in   full   for  some  rifle-i  not   yei  kind in the  civilized   world, is  surely Iddivered* and is now 8rante"J a further  rubbing it in, and then some. extension of time on rifles which have  t���,,���i    .u    xt        , lono been   more  than, half paid   for  Latterly  the News  has been   most IJy the second a forged claim, support-  justly complaining in print of  the  ex- ed by perjury,  which has   been   con-1  ecrahle   qua'ity  of  the   press  service fJt-lnr>ed  by a government official, \\-.\A  furnished   by  the   (.','. P   R   and   well USL'd to inva'itl-,te an bonest claim  in  it might; possibly   this   threaien.d   ir.-   fT ��f a fVemrl,ent "Worter,  wb���  '' \ "��c_i_ii__   in    j,ad securtcj an assignment  oflli.for  crease of rates is intended as   a gentle Ury.    The Machine is   wise after ...  hint   to   tbe   News   that   the service  kind in delaying its defence until th  ,^WiWiW_V.V^^^  OPERA    .*    HOUSE  Monday and Tu?sda/  August   19 and  20  s:THE FAMOUS =====  JUVENILE  BOSTONIANS  In Standard Operas and  Musical Comedies  3J)=CLEVER CHILD ARTISTS*  This Will be the Greatest Musical  Event Ever  in Phoenix.  Seats on Sale al THOS. BROWN'S Store  Sale opens to Subscribers FRIDA Y, AUG. 16th  and to the General Public SATURDAY, AUG. 17.  5" and to the General Public SATURDAY, AUG. 17.   jjp  A creditable iob of printing on the stationery you use,  is like a good suit of clothes when one is doing busiuess  ���first impressions  count.  If you use a rubber stamp on your letter heads or envelopes, you will be put down as of the rubber stamp  calibre. If you are a business man, and use no printed  stationery, it is natural to suppose that your business is  not of sufficient importance to require it, and your credit  likewise.  If you wish Modern 'Stationery, gotten up by competent  workmen, worked on the best of stock, imported or  domestic���stationery that does not have the earmarns of  the Cheap John printery, we can furnish it from the only  piint shop in the Boundary operated by electricity.  We know that business men of Phoenix have sent to  Spokane,  Chicago,  Detroit, Hamilton, St. Louis, Omaha  and  other  places,   in  the   past, for printing that  could  have  been   done   right   here���and   probably  in   better  style.      We'd charge a little more, of course,  just as the  merchant must charge  more  than   Cheap John Tim, of  Toronto���and  its worth  a  little  more.     Besides, if you  speud   your  dollars   here for printing, you have a chance  to get them back some day through the   Pioneer and   its  employees.     If you spend them in the East, you'll never  see them again.      We have print shop facilities that no  other office in this section possesses.    Come and see us.  ____.The most pcr!ec!lv _nnoi*^ttd K:s'"  aud Pleasure Resort in the*We_t7~witif ��"com  plete system of Baths���including Turkish ��td  Russian. Open the year round. The curiln  properties or its waters are unequaled.  ?��"-CurIujf all Rheumatic. Nervoiu and Mo>  eular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver add Stornich  ailments.  For Eliminating all HeUUIcPoisana from Ik  System  The grandeur ol the scenery Is unrlvalW  Mountains,snow peaks, forests.lakes,-atcrUlk  Mating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excuriimi  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed [ot  mildness HARRY McINTOSH,  Proprietor  MINERAL ACT.  (PORH   F.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "T'B��" and "Custer   Fractional"   Minttil  Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where loco ted���In Greenwood camp.  TAKB NOTICE  that  I, Isaac H. Hallett, u  agent for Daniel Bresnahau, Free Miner'sCtr  tihcate, No B 10117. intend, sixty days from di t  ���"'-eof.   'o apply   to the Mining  Recorder fo  I ''��rt;n��>tes of Improvements, for the pi'rpose ol  I obtaining Crown Grants ofthe above claims  T    And further take notice   that action,  undt  section   37,  mutt   be   commenced   before   the  issuance or such Certificates ol Improvement!  Dated this ist day of June. A.D., 1907.  39���  I. H. IIAI4.BTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Cetlfi.ate of Improvement*.  NOTr"R.  ������WOODSTOCK"   M.neral    Claim, situate i:  Whl^'T00? _Ilnins- Division of Yale Dl.tris  Gr��,nJ��j��S?J*e.d -Greenwood   camp,  in the  Ta^nottoS*.?-^'0" of Y��le District.  Mln^K?o?,����IC? '_!at_r> AdolpheSercu.FKf  from rtf.- iTt'fic^te. No- B*��". intend, sixty day.  rrom date hereof, to apply   to the  Mining Ke-  PurpoU^fVlif *, i?CO,e �� I***P'��v"men�� toY !.<  I claim obtalnlae a Crown Grant of the abo��  s-c��?n��� fu,r,her t��ke notice that   action, under  SSn!in~57'   ,n.US,t.    b,'i  ��"��-<nenced  before the  D����h ,_. B.l'l>ertIfcate of Improvements  Oated this 8th day of October, A. D. 1906.  5 ADOLPH BERCtl.  r  w��  E--S  will be shut off enliiely if it does not  take its medicine and smile. But we  are much mistaken if Editor Deane is  that kind of a man. He dererves support, even by the C. 1'. R., and not  the contrary, in making a creditable  daily in the.interior. We do not believe  scandals are partly forgotten by th.  general public. Its present mistake  is only an error in calculation. It didn't  wait quite long enough.���Canada.  Encycloypaedia Britannica 26 vols,-  for saleat less than half cost.    Inquir.ei'  at Pioneer office. �����������'���  PALACE UVERY STABLES  MUHDOCK MclNTYRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Livery   Equipment,  Have taken  over  the  Lumber  Yard  and will carry a full  stock.  Pioneer Publishing Co.  Pioneer B.il.ing, PhOeniX, B.C.  Hoipllal Donation.  */idt of Donations received since J��".  lBt,'-'9051 to the Phoenix General Hospital:  Cash fio R. Horrell  Cash $35 _ J. B. M/icauW  Cash $5   ..   A. V. Bern  Book Case ��� A. E. H. Clsrk  Bed Linen,4 dos Hoopital Ladles' AiJ  Cash fco _ ..��� K. T. Bank  Cash fio Jas. McCrestb  Cash ��a$ Canadian Rand Drill Co.  Spring Cot A. B   llo^  Maple Syrup   A Friend  Gentleman's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. B. Boy''  Old Linen _.��� Mrs. I. Cr8��[o"l  1 Box Books ���..__Mrs. B.A. W. Hodge*  Cash $ao A Grand Forks FrienJ  Dominion Copper Co- Full Set Boiler Tu����  Cord Wood.. F.Buckles!  AVERAGE PRICES  OF COPPER  ���New York-  Electrolytic. Lake.  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  rronipt Attention to   orders  at any hour of day or night.  1  BOUNDARY DrVID]_SS&^^'^  Month. 190tj  January.... l_._i  February.... 17,'gfl  March  18.36  PHONE 34.)  Phoenix, B. C.  NAME OF COMPANY.  9 Coriboo-McKluney-J-gold   Consol. M. & S.���gold-copper.  Granby Consolidated���copper.  Providence���-silver  A.THOK-  IZBD  CAPITA!..  $ 1,350,000  5,500,000  15,000,000  300,000  April   May   June.    .  July   August....  September  October ..  November,  December..  Year.....  18.37  18.45  18.44  1907  24.66  24.��3  25.07  24.27  24.15  22.82  1906  18.41  18.11  18.04  18.68  18.72  18.71  18.19   18.58  18.43   18.61  19 14   19._!��  21.27   21.71  21.09   22.34  28.03   23.38  \��.an  !P��n  1,350,000  48,338 {  '35.000 )  .oool ��*5 !       16,000  r ���         ���     j'>��~i *. 1      111,0001       _8,3_4ISept 1006I     10    S  A pencil mark here ____T"  in a reminder that vour subscription to this paper is  now past due, and tbe publisher will appreciate yonr  pi-omptattentlon.       __Sfr~  ��� m  m-_ I,,.,, i_, wiw^imh,,,^,^! m m ,M,  Ts^iimm&^m  Jt_lvVVi,V!rim','r*f-81',S"'   *.._���*������-'.    ���_*       -1- _   --. .  ���      -. , ,��,t' hi win ���-������;  !5""!"S!?*"3EE""-"3_-_"^^  Kfl^J  _*  i *jJK  ,.A_|  Secy. ,_}  rf       Jg  f'4n. ;,|i  11  1  rl  H  1 nig��� 'pwd&fowr pkxwese.  THE OBSERVATORY  -TniNUB Talkku or at  HOME AMD BLIKWHBM  Beware of imitations and substitutes.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 18H2���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home lor student, ot l>oth sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior stud-  enip, <loin_ grade public school work.  Does high school work, coti'tira all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations, Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course anil givee  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Qillegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for J1.I2.L. ana ALL.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be- obtained from Tor-  ��.iifo ITniversiiy, winch the college is in  bit uttiliatioii.  Kor fuller infiiriuation ami term, write  K.-v. W. J. Sippurell. B.A., B. D , Princi-  |..|l-  nf Rev. j.  I*.  Kou-.'l'    Itnr- * r  NOTICE.  In Hie- mailer of the Land K-Frinlry Act, and in  the matter of the Title to Lot 8. Block II .iiueion  Miiiciat Claim (Mapsy) Cilv of l'hocuix   B.C.  Whereas the Cert>6cate' ol Title of Aup.i.  Tromblev, being Certificate of Title, No. 510m  to the above hereditaments hus been lost or destroyed mid application hHS been made for a  din iicste lliereol.  NOTIOK IS HItRKBY CilVHN that a duplicate  Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments  will be issu d at the explrntion of one month  from the date hereof. unlt-ss in the meantime  valid objet tion to the contrary is mule to me in  writing  W. H. EDMOND-.  District Registrar ol Titles.  I.aud Registry Office.  Kamloops, B.C.,  Juiy 4th. 1907,  NOTICE.  J- -TICl.; ii hereby Eiven that the Vancouver  Victoria ana Railtvav and Navigation Company  ho e deposited in the Offic: of "the Registrar of  Titles for tlie l)lstri.-t oi Yale, at Kamloops. a  plan, profil' and book of reference showing the  proposed location of a brunch of the line of their  railway lo connect the main line with the luier-  iiBti.ual Boundary, near Myucastcr. on Lot 43"  and that it i* the intention of thc Vancouver .Victoria and Ka-tcm Railway and .N'avlgation Company to appi;, 10 the Hoard of Railway Commis-  aioiifis ft.r Canri ia pi Ottawa, under section 322  of the Hallway Act, four weeks after the first  publicat on of this notice for the necessary  authorization .utder the p ovi ions of the Railway Act, for the construction of such branch line  of railway in accordance with the plan, profile  and book of reference so filled.  Dated this 4th day of July. 1907  A   H. McNKILL,  Solicitor for  he Vancouver Victoria and  Kustern    Railway    and    Navigation  Company.  This adreitiscment was nr��t published in thc  Phoenix Pioneer on the Mth day of July 1907.  To American   Subscribers.  On account of the increase in second  class postage rales between Canada  and the United States, on and after  May 8, 1907, the subscription price  of the Pioneer to residents of the  United States will be $2.50 per annum.  This includes new and renewed subscriptions, and is merely the additional  postage that must be paid for American delivery.  L _.. -_J  John Sampson is foreman at the  Brooklyn mine, in this camp, where  the extensive falling in occurred last  Saturday evening. So far as known,  however, he is not a lineal decendent  of Sampson, the gentleman of Biblical  times, who by main strength lore out  the pillars of the temple, thus peimit-  ting the walls to fall in.  It is indeed a pity that the foolkiller  does not visit Phoenix occasionally.  Last Sunday one or two men, evidently  with extra wheels in their heads,  walked across the yawning chasm at  the Brooklyn mine, made by the cave  in, on the C. P. R. track and ties, the  whole being suspended perhaps 50 or  100 feet in the air, and only held together by the bolts and fishplates, for  a distance of about 75 feet. And this  was done, notwithstanding the fences  and warning signs put up by Supt  Rundberg of the Dominion Copper  Co. An enterprising amateur photographer snapped one of the wheel-  headed ones, who can now see just  how many kinds of a jackass he was.  The lid was pushed down a little  tighter than usual last Saturday in  Phoenix���when the Brooklyn mine  had the extensive cave-in. And Saturday was the monthly payday in camp,  too.  Throughout the length and breadth  of this great province of British Columbia, there is but one municipality  that has more than the regulation  number of three police and licensing  commissioners; and that favored city  of Phoenix, which, according to the  official government organ, the British  Columbia Gazette, now has four of  these useful officials. There is nothing  like being right up to the minute, but  presumably there has been a miscue  somewhere in the attorney-general's  department at Victoria.  It is understood that \V. R. William'-,  for so many years police magistrate of  Phoenix, intends shortly to return to  this city, after staying in Regina for a  time. Seemingly, the prairies are not  all they have been cracked up to be, at  least for some people, and the judge  will hie himself back to the Boundary  ���as so many have done before him���  to see what is doing here these days.  It will be surprising if the judge does  not get into some political game, for it  is pretty well understood among the  knowing ones that a Dominion election is not so very far off.  "PERUNA WORKED WOND  Says a Weli-Known Canadian.  -**5*_S**S'-*5**5ES2S*^^  MR. P. BKICN.  Mr. P. Brion, Accountant, residing at 28 Third street, Limoilou, Quebec,  writes:  "The fatigues entailed by my duties as accountant began to weaken my  system about a year ago. I felt that I would not long be able to withstand  the severe strain upon my nerves, as, a thing unknown to me before, I  would long for office hows to be orer In order tc rest.  "I gradually grew weaker aad a tew months later my sight was Impaired. 1 then broke down completely and was obliged to take my bed. 1  waa also suffering from palpitation ot the heart  "After a few weeks' treatment by a local physician, I was in the same critical condition, and a* the doctor held oat no great prospects for me, 1 decided to experiment on myself.  "I took several remedies advertised as tonics, bat did not dartre any  benefit.  ������Peruna waa then given a trial, and before I had taker. It a week I felt  my condition Improving. After a few weeks more had elapsed, during  which time I followed the directions carefully, my shattered nervous  system became firmer, my sight stronger and I hoped to be out soon again.  "My expectations were realized, for in three weeks I assumed my dattes  as accountant at the office.  "Peruna. certainly worked wonders on my system, and for persona rundown from overwork, I believe It Is the moat efficacious tonic "  Pe-ru-iia Is a Systemic Catarrh  Remedy, Especially Adapted  to Cases of Nervous Prostration, Caused By Overwork, Mental Strain  Or Extreme Summer Heat.  IN DIGESTION  CAUSES  WEAKNESS.  Assistant War Correspondent Recommends Pe-ru-na.  -_��.. H. B. Manley, assistant War (.orient during the War in China,  1 "-Black and White," 688 Craig SU,  ifcreal, Canada, writes:  "When a man travels in extremely hot  or cold climates, he realizes how valuable a friend lie has if he carries a Dottle  of Peruna.  "I know of no article in my traveling  outfit which I have learned to praise  higher.  "It yon are suffering with the es-  tnme heat. Pernna restores vou, or if  you are afflicted with a cold, la grippe  or bronchitis, Peruna restores you in a  short time.  "Or if yon asfler with sleeplessness or  if your appetite 1b poor, again Peruna  acts as a good, true friend and is the  tonic needed.  "I have tried it for months and am  only too glad to acknowledge it as a  true, loyal staadby in times of trouble.  I do not hesitate to recommend it  toaU."  _*or free medical advice, address Dr.  S. B. Hartman, President of the Hart-  mam 8a_a_��-uwn_ Columbus. Ohio.  IK latitudes where warm weather is of  long  eontinuance,  the  inhabitants  become more or less accustomed to it.  In Temperate Zones, however, where  the change from winter to summer is  great, the system is sometimes poorly  prepared to meet the exigencies of hot  weather. This is the cause of much  sickness.  Stomach catarrh, indigestion and dyspepsia are not among the least of summer ailments.  When the digestion is disturbed, the  assimilation is also  affected, and as a  result the body does  not receive the  nourishment it should. Lassitude,  weakness, brain fag, loss of flesh and  nervous' prostration are the natural  results.  What is needed is a remedy that will  restore the digestive organs to their  normal condition.  Such a remedy has been found in.  Pernna. It has proven itself of priceless value In thousands of cases of thla  kind.  Its action has been seemingly miraculous in restoring some patients who had  given up all hope of reeavery.  But there ia nothing strange about  Peruna's action. It simply tones up  tbe mucous membranes of tbe organs  involved restoring  them    to    their  PERU-MA'S  BENEFICtAJ.  EFFECT.  normal conditions and lea-ring Nature  to perform ber duties unhindered.  That person who has sound, healthy  mucous membranes lining tbe entire  digestive tract is well-guarded *_-*'-fft  the usual summer ailment*.  Peruna is the means whereby to attain this most desirable condition.  If you suffer from any of tbe above*  mentioned symptoms, try a bottle ot  Peruna.  One bottle of this remedy is sufficient  to convince any one of ite merit as a  safe and reliable re-nedy for all ca-  tarrhal eor__tt_e__s.  We have mamy letters of gratf-afe w  calved from pe_se*_s wbo basse  ieneed its  These  that Peruna ham ma* failed ia tbe ���__�����  sion for wbseb 1* -was intended, t__* _f  -inatl  TIMBER NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE that 30 clays alter the first  publication of this notice. I intend to apply to  the Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works, at  Victoria. Tor a special license to cut and carry  away timber fiom the following described land  in the Sliulllcameeu Dlvis.on of Yale District, viz:  t'ommcticiu. at a post on the north side of  Sutherland Creek, about three (1) miles East of  Christina Lake, marked A. J. Anderson's Northwest Corner Post, thence South 80 chains, thence  East So chains, llienee North So chains, thence  West io chains, to point of commencement  A. J. ANDERSON.  Dated Tuly 6th. 1407  MINERAL ACT.  (Form H.)  Certificate ol Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Aurtrnlla." "Fiji." "Rot Fractional," "Raven  fractional." and "rnrnntutn fractional," Mineral Claims situate in the Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located���  between dveenwood and Wellington Cninps.  TAKE NOTICE Hint I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  Agent for F.aic E. Jackson, Free Miner's Certificate No. II 10056, Intend, sixty days from date  hereof, to apply lo the Mining Recorder lor Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose ol  obtaining Crown .rants of the nbove claims.  And furtln-r Take Notice that action, under  section it, must be commenced before the issuance o'f such Certificates ot  Improvements,  Dated this 15th day of July, A.D., 1907.  44_ I. II. HAI.LHTT.  THK  STRATHCONA  NKI.SON,  H.  C.  R. a. WEBB, Proprietor.  The lead in? Hotel oi ihe ttootcnays  Special Rates to Commercial Men  Good Sample Rooms.  J. Peck McSwain, the near poet and  printer laureate, who disappeared from  East Kootenay recently, insists on remaining lost���up to the last account.  MS  Saturday and Sunday the party of  British journalists, who have been  touring Canada and British Columbia  as the guests of the C. P. R., were in  Rossland and Nelson���but nary a  squint did they hayeof the Boundary,  Canada's greatest copper camp. George  Ham, of the C P. R. publicity department was in charge, and that  means they all had the best possible  time. But George himself seems to  have left the Boundary from his itinerary when playing the part of host tc  parties of travellers. Perhaps Mr.  Ham or some one of the other thousands of employees of the railway that  makes $22,000,000 profit per year, can  tell why this is thus.  MS  The Alberta Press Association will  shortly do something out of the ordinary, even for newspaper men. The  members will meet in annual convention at Cranbrook, B. C. This happens because "Old Man" Simpson, of  the Cranbrook Herald, and who is not  a resident of Alberta, is president of  the association. On September 13th  this energetic aggregation of pencil I  pushers will foregather at Cranbrook  and inspect the "Old Man's" banana  belt in the neighborhood of that town,  at times when they are not discussing  how to round up the delinquent subscriber, or the best way to boost for  one's own town. It is no small compliment to the fourth estate in this  province that the annual convention  for another province should be held in  British Columbia. Those editors will  have a jolly good time, however, with  Fred Simpson to pilot them. And  Cranbrook will lose nothing, one* may  be sure, through the energy of the  Herald proprietor.  MS  Some tons of Uncle Tim's fall catalogues have been dumped into British  Columbia in the last week or two, and  of course the Boundary was not forgotten. The average man in this  province (or his wife), as he turns over  the publication and reveals the bargains  (?), should think twice before he buys  something a few thousand miles away  chat he cannot see, and compare it  with the goods his local dealer sells,  which can be examined, compared and  exchanged if desired, without extra  expense; and not only that, can usually  be had on credit. Though the cost  may be more, is it not worth it in the  end?   The intense itching characteristic of  salt rheum and eczema is instantly  allayed by applying Chamberlain's  Salve. As a cure for skin disease this  salve is unequalled. For sale by all  druggists.  Ore Tonnage lor Southeast Kootenay.  The following are the reported ore  shipments and smelter receipts in  Southeastern British Columbia districts  for the week ending August 10, 1907,  and the year to date, in tons.  SHIPMENTS.  DISTRICT.  WEEK.  YEAR.  East   of Columbia  River         26,041  79.35��  Rossland       3.673  165,671  Boundary      3I.S60  706,794  Total   37.S37  qs'.sis  SMELTER  RECEIPTS.  SMELTER.  WEEK.  YEAR.  Grand Forks  I5.843  381,086  Greenwood   8,976  204,470  Boundary Falls ...  5.797  104,489  Nelson           ?5  10,048  North port      ���35  61,762  Marysville   600  19,200  Trail   4.974  138,961  Total   36.37o  920,Ol6  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea  Remedy, Belter Than Three Doctors,  "Three years ago we had three  doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed in  vain. At last when all hope seemed to  be gone we began using Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  and in a few hours he began to improve. Today he is as healthy a child  as parents could wish for."���Mrs. B.  J. Johnston, Linton, Miss. For saie  by all druggists.  - Summer -  Excursion  Rates  EAST-  From PHOENIX, $54.65; to  WINNIPEG,  PORT ARTHUR,  ST. PAUL, DULUTH,  SIOUX CITY.  ST. LOUIS, $62.15;  CHICAGO, $66.15;  TORONTO, $80.65;  OTTAWA, $84.70;  MONTREAL,   86.15;    ST.  JOHN,   $96.15;  HALIFAX,  $103.95.  OAT SALE  JULY3, 4, j, AUGUSTS, o, io,  SEPTEMBER ii,  12, ij.  First-Class  Round    Trip,  90 Day Limit.  Corresponding Reductions from all  Kootenay Points. Tickets available  for Lake Route, including Meals and  Berths on Lake Steamers. Through  rates quoted to any station, Ontario,  Quebec or Maritime provinces on  application.  J.S. Carter, D.P.A. Nelson,  B. C  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Land Registry Act, and in  the matter ot the Title of Lot 6, Block ia and L ot  3, Block 13, Old Ironsides subdivision (Map 60),  Town of Pnoenix, B.O.  WHEREAS the Certificate of Title ol John C.  Bradley being Certificate of Title No. 4535a has  been lost or destroyed, and application has been  made for a duplicate thereof. NOTICE IS  B.KEinr GIVES u__t ��� duplicate Certifiote of  Title to the above hereditaments will be issued  at the expiration of one Month from the date  hereol, unless In the meantime valid objection to  the contrary is made to me in writing.  W. H. EDMONDS,  _*nd Registry Office, District Registrar.  Kamloops, B.C.,  July 26th, 1907.  Canada's largest copper mine is the  Granby, at Phoenix, in southern B. C.  One of the largest collieries in the  world is at Giace Bay, N. S.  Remedy (or Diarrhoea, Never Known to Pall.  "I want to say a few words for  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used this  preparation in my family for the past  five years and have recommended it  to a number of people in York county  and have never known it to fail to  effect a cure in any instance. I feel  that I can not say too much for the  best remedy of the kind in the world."  ���S. Jemison, Spring Grove, York  County, Pa. This remedy is for sale  by all druggists.  BIO THINGS IN CANADA.  Canada will have the longest bridge  span in the world at Quebec.  Canada has the largest lock in the  in the world���at I'etcrboro.  Canada has the largest zinc smelter  in the world, at Frank, Alberta.  The G. T. P. will build a 12 millon  bushel elevator at Fort William.  Canada's largest freight vessel, The  Midland Prince, is 4S6 feet long.  Canada has, on the Yukon, one of  the richest gold fields in the world.  Canada has the largect silver-nickel-  cobalt deposits in the world at Cobalt.  Canada has one of the largest single  canal locks in the world, at Sault Ste.  Marie.  The thickest known coal seam in  the world���47 feet���has been found at  Stellarton, Nova Scotia.  Canada has the largest elevator in  the world at Port Arthur���capacity  seven million bushels.  Canada has the most prolific and  extensive sea fisheries in the world, as  well as some of the greatest salmon  rivers.  THE  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New Edition Issued Novembar 15, 1906.)  Is a dozen books in one, covering the  history, geography, geolcgy, chemistry,  mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology,  uses, statistics and finances of copper.  It is a practical book, useful to all and  necessary to most men engaged in any  branch of the copper industry.  Its facts will pass mutter with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English  withcut fear or favor. It lists and describes 4626 copper mines and companies in all parts of the world, descriptions running from two lines to sixteen pages, according to importance of  the property. The Copper Hamdbook  is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  'I'he mining man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines, mins  Ing and metal. 'I'he investor needs  the book for the facts it gives him about  mining, mining investments and copper statistics. Hundreds of swindling  companies are exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  Horace J. Stevens  Editor and Publisher  36     POSTOFKICE     BLOCK,     HOUGHTON,  MICHIGAN.  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews'   Presbyterian  Church  Preaching      Service      tomorrow     at  7:30   p. m.   Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:00 a. m.  A cordial welcome  HOME MADE ICE  Having installed, at large expense, tbe only ice making machine in  the Boundary, we are prepared to make delivery of this fine  product, made from PURE SPRING WATER. Also, natural  ice in anv quantity.  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER Ac SONS, Prop.  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  Phoenix, B. C  i   Drink PHoenix Beer and have the Best.  Ih-s-'shs-.s^^  DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION  Sept. 2nd to Mth, 1907 = Sherbrooke. Que.  SIX HlMmCD DOLLARS  AND EIGHT MEDALS  GENEROUSLY DONA.TED  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  FOR PRIZES ON  BUTTER AND   CHEESE  This makes a total of over $3000 given bv the Eaatern'Townahips B-.ink for  the above purpose during the past Five years to encourage the Farm -  ere and promote the Dairv Industry of Canada. For oarticulars  governing competition, apply to W.M.TOMLINSON',  Exhibition Secretary, Sherbrooke, Que.  VVe  have   a large stock of the  celebrated  Pabst Beer  And can Promptly Fill all Orders  THE BEST BOTTLED BEER ON THE MARKET  Write, telephone, telegraph or call on  Greenwood Liquor Gx  JAS. McCREATH, Proprietor.  Dominion Ave.  Cor.Banner St.  *���� PHOENIX, B.C.  t  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Atttention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Shar. of thc Public P-tronage Solicited. 'PHONE 37.  B U UI__4S TT I f^J"  Great NQrliiern Railway  Offers  Special Rates East  Midsummer Tourist Excursions on  Aug. o, 9,10, sept. 11,12,15.  Fare Round Trip  Halifax $103.00  St. Johns    96.20  Quebec,    91.20  Ottawa, 86.15  Toronto 66.20  Chicago $66.20  St.  Paul 54.70  Winnipeg,  51.30  Port Arthur,  56.30  St. Louis,  66.20  Long limits with stop over privileges.  For particulars as regards rateB and routes, address,  W. X. PERKINS, Agent, Phoenix, B. C.  _a��� ___*___&______  Canada has the largest nickel  mines ! to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor  in the   world,   and   the   largest   single j     Catholic���Church of Our   Lady of  nickel   producing    mine    is    in    the  Creighton,  The largest grain mill in the British  Empire is   in   Montreal���the  Ogilvie  flour mill having a capacity of 4,400  I barrels in 24 hours.  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, io a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7=3�� P-m- Father J. A.  Bedard, O.M.I. Pastor  -:s7-;_sr:_7-,:_r  Is acknowledged by those who read it regularly to be the  leading journalistic exponent of the Boundary District of Southeastern British Columbia.  It is published in the centre of the great Copper Mining  Industry of British Columbia, and prints the news of the Districts while it is news. It plays no favorites, but aims to give  everyone a square deal.  i'iie Pioneer costs $2 per annum; to American subscribers,  $2.50, and more than one of its readers subscribes for two,  three and even five years.    Address, with remittance,  Pioneer Ptab. Co.,  i'hoenix, B.C.  NOTH���W.-have.lew Copie�� of the last PIONKKR ANNUAL left, price   1$ cenli  c-ch, or a copy will be sent free to i new subscriber.  'Ml   1  Is -*  v>$s"*R&'i!*<S5;_  :!WI  iA$mm.  A0Z0M  ' *AMiWSf$  &'-&*V��"$'4"'  %:M$YM  &:>';i3.'-j6*tl'.'.'J'iV!  :-:*'.\'a'-,i..v.'-i_  . ;��� $%ml  'SBigS  ��� ,:A^��?AY'1  ; -Awm?  AmMAm  :.'Ytw:&Si  : :'.-��-!."��i;;:iv--i  ifBff'  AV%Am  ���mm  wmmmmmmtmimii ii ii'l',,  Skits I  �� lf(       4  ��_mi '  Vt  HthnA  If #11  4  >_���$  Ff r�� j.  %\S'Y' 1  _���*"$!!  fell:  r-IMs  I*  IV-i-i  |lTgf4��''fSrrl  ?   ��  K  .15  VHE   PHOENIX   PIONEEB.  SHARP ��, IRVINE CO.-PW  I In and Around Phoenix ll  Member of Spokane Stock Exchange.  I OS Wall St. Spokane, Wash.  We offer for sale the following stocks  subject to market fluctuation, and  prior sale.    If vou wish to buv at tlie prices named, use the wire.  30 to '500 li. C. Copper   30 to   600 Dominion Copper  .'v   100 to 1000 International Con!    100 to 1000 Albeita Coal   200 to 1000 Galbraitli Coal.    500 to 5000 Nicola Coal Mines, Ltd......   500 to 5000 B. C. Amalgamated Coal   500 to 2000 Rambler   Coeur d'Alene Stocks���Will Sell  1000 Copper King         .08 .OOO Reindeer.?.'   1000 flappy Day 06 1000 Missoula Copper..  lOOOMonoitor... 27 .1000 Charles Dickens ...  \nrJ.   .���;        , ,��� 1000 Idora.   1000 Alameda        .12 lOOO Oom Pau'.   1000 Snowshoe        .28 5000. W.-st Nine Mile.  $9.00  5.85  .95  .45  .27  .05  Bid  .25>_  BRIEF  TOPICS   OF   LOi:AL  AND   GENERAL _p  INTERKST  TO   I'HOENICIANS. ���** j_S  COMING AND GOING  Vie;believe now is the best time to buv all stocks  below tbeir real value. ....   '  .06',:  ���12>_  .13*.  .41  ���033-.  for  they are   selling far  -a.  iBidlnr Hotel of Bouodary'i Leidlnf  lllnln. C*mp  Hotel Balmoral  Dr..Mathison, dentist, Bank Block,  September toth to 14th, inclusive.  Dry. wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Before buying your furniture else  where, call, on R. J. Gardner.  Woodchoppers wanted. Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Junction.  Prescriptions carefully prepared at  Thrasher's Drug Store-���'Phone 16.  Sewing.Machines from $10 up, see  Miss McDonald.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For sale, dresser and washstand, in  good order.    Apply at Pioneer office.  Born, to the wife of Patrick J. Der-  mody, at  Vancouver, August   16th, a  son.  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good sample Koomi.  >'��� '& ���*; ii's  Comer Knob Hill Ave., and Klml Bt.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  ' J. * Monaster  Proprietor.  See our beautiful display of Mission  Chairs and Rockers.���N. Binns.  Second-hand Sewing Machines of all  makes, for sale, see Miss McDonald.  The best kept and coolest glass of  beer in town. Chas. & Ed. at the  Stemwinder.  :s:  8 Hotel Brooklyn  For bachelors, we have Iron Beds, ,���___ ,��� _-n_enix, nas gor  Springs, Mattresses, Camp Cots and j jewelry business in Seattle.  Pillows.���N. Binns.  Subject for Sunday evening at the  Methodist church will be, "The Art of  Enduring."  For sale cheap, two five-foot showcases with tables to match. Apply to  E. A. Black. .  Encycloypaedia Britannica 26 vols,  for sale at less than half cost.    Inquire  I at Pioneer office.  . The Methodist ice cream social, to  have been held last Tuesday, has been  indefinitely postponed.  R. H. Karatofsky, formerly in business in   Phoenix, has  gone  into  the  Miss Helen Hawkins will render  solo,  "The  Plains  of Peace," at  The Only First-Class and Up-Tov  Date  Hotel   in  Phoenix.   New  from cellar to roof.    Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  -Pteam   _���*"��� Heated  JAMES HARSHALL, Prop. Phoenix. BC.  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,  airy  and  well   furnished rooms.   Don-'-'oiiAveii-. . . .    . Phoe.ix, B C. " ~ '  Andrew's    Presbyterian    church,    -_  morrow evening.  Next Tuesday evening Grand Chancellor Hammer, of Grand Forks, will  make an official visit to Phoenix  Knights of Pythias.  R. Harvey, of the staff of the  Hunter-Kendrick Co., has gone to  Edmonton, his place being taken by  John Schell, of Pincher Creek, Alia.  Wm. Delahay and wife, on a vacation trip'to South Wales, expect to set  sail on the return trip from Liverpool  on August 23d, reaching here about  September 4th.  I The social dance for Miss Howe  Thursday evening had a good attendance, and Miss Howe's friends presented her with a purse of money as a  testimonial of esteem.  . C. M. O'Brien, Socialist speaker,  had a full house in Miners' Union  lodge room last- Sunday evening, to  hear his ideas in regard to a change  from the present "system."  ;:.Miss Annie Markley, the newly  selected matron for the hospital, will  not be able to reach Phoenix till early  in September, according to information  received1 b'y Secretary V. M. Sherbino.  ...For,j,Sa'er_-iWhQie. . or,. part ;,best  Li very, Heavy Transfer and Lum ber  Yard business in ,Boundary; town with  $ico,ooo monthly payroll. Apply  without delay to M. Mclntyre, Phoenix, B. C....'  For Sale���First-class milk cow, with  three months' old heifer calf, $75. A  bargain. Apply to T. Hardie, Hartford Junction, B. C.  For family use, our Draft Dennis,  Mounie Brandy, and Robertson's Draft  Scotch are the best. Try them.  Chas. & Ed., Stemwinder Hotel.  Ye Olde Time Concerte at St. Andrew's church, Friday evening next.  Songs, solos and recitations. Ad-"  mission, 50c.    Watch for hand bills.    \  Found, in front of the Pioneer office, |  bunch   of keys.    Owner  can   secure |  same by identifying property and paying   for   this  notice     Apply  at   this  office.  Those who do not secure their seats  for the Juvenile Bostonians by tonight,  will not have the best choice df seats  for Monday and Tuesday's entertainments.  ���  MRS. CRITICAL-What a delicious aroma,  what is the name of that Cigar?  HUBBY-Why, dearie, that's a  Flor De Aromatic  MRS. C���Where did you get that kind of  CIGAR in this town? ,.  HUBBY���Prom  JAMES phoive 6*4  Try one and be convinced-���15c. or two for 25c.  Manager Pickard, of the opera house,  states that, from appearances, the  houses to greet the Juvenile Boston-  ian'sp next-Monday���on d TrjresrlayJ" will  break all records in the Phoenix opera  [ housed   . - ��� ;.���������.-������'���'.  Legal details having been completed, the corporation heretofore  known as McRae Bros, and Smith,  Ltd., now has the title of McRae 1  Brothers, Ltd., with stores in Green-'  wood'and-Phoenix.  William Cole, the young man who  was injured by falling some 30 feet in  the Granby No. 3 terminal ore bins  last week, and who had a piece of his  skull removed,' is improving as fast as  could be expected, at the hospital, his  back also being in bad shape.  R. D. Mitchell, one of the contractors in the raise in the Curlew-  Gold Drcp tunnel of the Granby, had  the misfortune to fall head first 15 feet  from a ladder last Saturday afternoon.  Fortunately no serous .damage was  done, beyond some bruises, etc., and  he was able to get to work again this  week.  L  oenix Jteam Laundry Co.,  LIMITED. " -  More or less heavy rains for the last  week or two have effectually quenched  the bush fires that were beginning to  get a hold in different parts of the  Boundary.  Lost���Between Idaho mine and  Granby glory hole, large bunch of keys  on ring. Reward of $5 to the finder.  Bring to the Pioneer office without  delay.  Last Sacurday was payday for the  Granby and Dominion .companies for  July, and Thursday of this week for  the Snowshoe mine. Altogether something in excess, of $100,060. was paid  out within the week to the mine  workers in Phoenix camp.  The interesting information comes  by wire from Toronto that the Con-  sojidated Mihiri'g /&-.?Smelting-^Cooiof  Canada has purchased the War Eagle  group and other claims in this camp���  all of which was published in the Pioneer, with full details, several weeks  since, and is now officially  confirmed.  , John McDonald, a bridgeman, arrived Wednesday night from Oroville,  Wash., where things are free and easy.  Inside of 24 hours he had a great jag  on, tried to make a rough house in  the lower end of town and, after much  trouble, was jugged; by Assistant Chief  Stephens. Before the. beak next day,  he was fined $20 and costs for being  drunken and disorderly and resisting  an officer, and warned that the next  time it would be hard labor.  The concert.given by Miss Helen  A. Hawkins, of Seattle, at the opera  house Monday evening was appreciated  bv the fair audience that was present,  Miss Hawkins being'assisted by local  talent.    Miss   Hawkins   has   a   clear,  sweet voice and  her  pieces, although  ��������� 1���j  -   - - ���'  Mrs. Chas. Biesel returned Thursday  from a week's visit to Spokane.  A. D. Morrison, of Grand Forks,  was here over Sunday, looking ''f'er  his local jewelry store.  Mrs. Walter B. Cochrane and little  son, of Grand Forks, are spending the  week end with Mrs. W. J. Porter.  ';Mi'ss Myrtle Noble, of Vancouver,  arrived Monday to visit a few weeks  with her sister, Mrs. D. J. Matheson.  Mrs. Newman, daughter of R. Horrell, arrived from Winnipeg last Saturday on a visit, accompanied by her two  children.  G. A. Evans, editor and financier of  the Grand Forks Sun, was looking at  the big glory holes in tin's camp last  Monday.  O. B. Smith, Jr., superintendent of  the Granby mines, returned Wednesday from a trip lo Rossland and  Spokane.  Archie F. Berry, an old Phoenician,  but now of Rossland, came 1V on 0  visit Thursday, looking after business  interests.  George H. Collins, formerly of  Phoenix and Greenwood, but now of  Vancouver, recently made a trip to  Prince Rupert.  N. A. Brown, representing the Technical World Magazine, of Chicago, who  is visiting the mining districts of this  province for that publication, wav in  camp Wednesday.  Fred Richmond, manager of the  Salt Lake Hard ward Co., of Salt Lake  City,   Utah,   made  his   first   visit   to  I Phoenix last Sunday, coming   in with  1 M. M. Johnson.  Messrs, James Anderson and James  McArdle, of Grand Forks, owners of  the Anderson-McArdle building in  Phoenix, were here early in the week  looking after their business interests  Mr. Anderson now has a business in  Spokane also.  ���Maurice M. Johnson, consulting engineer for the Dominion Copper Co.,  arrived in the Boundary last Saturday,  spending several days in the district,  and incidentally inspecting the big  Brooklyn mine cave-in. From here he  went to Banff with Mrs. Johnson and  daughter.  R. P. Pettipiece, of Vancouver,  organizer for the International Typo  graphical Union, was iri camp Monday  and Tuesday, on an official trip through  British Columbia and the territorial  provinces as far as Winnipeg, where he  will be delegate to . the annual Do  minion Trades Congress, to be held  September 16th.  Just Arrived  Large assortment of Ladies'  and Gentlemen's Umbrellas,  prices from.$2.50 to $15.00  each. Also we are clearing  out odd pieces of Hand  Painted China at a special  discount to make room for  new stock. Calls of inspection invited  E. A. BLACK,  ��! The Jeweler >  Knob Hill Ave. '       Phone No  mfwrntakimtm  <<&  \r   1  nat HOTEL    UNION  EI-IOLT,   U.O.  *&  The   best  conducted   Hotel   in  BAR ANO TABLE FIRST-CLASS.  the  most   important  Boundary.  w.   S  railway   town   in   the  .   TOUNKV,   I'hoi.  !_]___ [__����!___  Carney Coppei*  Capital 1,500,000 Shares.        Par Value f 1.00.  Information   Upon   Which   YOU  ==rCan Rely ============  L_j  ���  Ham and E_��� Money Wasted.  Boys who take part in a charivari  should be treated to a good old fash-  t/_n_i_^ankingj-y their parents when  they go home. Tfiefe~is rib'"reason  why a band of hoodlum kids should  hammer tin cans in front of a citizen's  house until the groom comes to the  front and shells out a five dollar bill,  money which he probably needs to  buy ham and eggs for his newly made  bride.���Moyie Leader.  n  1. Expert .I.F.Rice, of Spokane, says, "Tli" Carney Coppt'i- Group  hiw, possibly th--best surface showing of Cupper ore in the Dis-  trirt. [Coiiur d'Ai"iH'H.]  2..The Eminent ExDert, Geo.Uewson, of New York, in hi.i report  on the Coeur d'Alenes, savs, "A fair nirfuce hlimvin^ in place,  has never yet failed with depth,"  3. The Carney Copper nas more than 30 feet of ore opened up at 10  feet depth.  4. The Carney Copper Co. owns 8 claims and .'i frtital. ns  5.The Carney Copper Co. owns water power a.id rights worth $25,000.  0. A test shipment of ore is being made.  7. A 1 drill gasoline compressoi has just been installed anil 4 feet  more will be made per day.  8 The Northwest corner of the group is within 250 feet of the  Northern Pacific railroad.  9. Snpt. Carson expects to etit ihe ore chute on the 500-foot level  in September,  10. The best people in the Coeur d'Alenes are promoting the Carney  Copper.  11. Only 25,000 shares to bo sold at 17!' cents per share.  12. The   management invites  prospective   investors   to    visit   and  thoroughly examine the property.  ���  J.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix   B  C  -���-���-���-���-���-���-��-.-������  ~3E18I1[  fcwn  A*~0  znmz  Best Slock of  >-���-��-  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a  position to handle the  largest or  smallest orders  with dispatch and nt tlie lowest possible prire..  I she had a cold, were much enjoyed  Harry James states that the instru- Harry James was the able accom  211 ts recent.v nrH-arpr.   fmi-r*   WKnU.. i        -  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  r  Phone No. 25  Patronize Home Industry.  Dominion Ave,,  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D.McKENZIE/, Manage..  merits recently ordered from Whaley,  Royce & Co., Ltd., Toronto, for the  new Eagles' band, are expected to  arrive here about September ist.  Arrangements are also about completed for an instructor for the band,  correspondence: in this respect now  being carried on by Mr. James.  Next-Monday-Rev.-J.   A.   Bedard,  O. M. I., will  leave for a  holiday of 1  three weeks, which, he   will   spend  on  the  coast,   visiting  Spokane,   Seattle,]  Victoria   and   Vancouver.     Father J..  Hartman, O.   M: I., will  take  Father  Bedard's   place   on   Sunday,   August  25th, in the services at the Church of  Our Lady of Good Counsel  panist, while the local talent, as noticed  in last week's programme in the Pioneer, came in for its share of applause.  BAKERY  Having secured a first clas.<-  baker, I am prepared to delivci  promptly the .best. Ukkad, t akk  and Pies. Satisfaction guaranteed; trial solicited. Family and  hotel trade get special attention.  'Phone A55.     W.J.Prendergast, Prop.  Juvenile Boitonlsns Coming.   ,  'I'he famous Juvenile Bostonians are  to appear here  for  two nights, commencing   Monday, August   19.    This  remarkable organization . is  composed  entirely of children, who have received  the   highest   praise   from   the  critics  throughout United States and Canada.  They   will   present   the   comic  opera,  "The Gipsy  Girl," and   the   musical  comedy "Tips "    This, it is  believed,  will be qrje of the very best attractions  ever playing in  Ihe . Boundary, a guar-1  aritee of $200   for. each   performance   *.,_ .,511; u  having been given to have the company  is reserved,  visit the Boundary.  .  Bogtonian Juveniles In Bade.  Those who took occasion to visit the  Broadway   were  most  agreeably  surprised by the cleverness of the children  appearing under the appellation of the  I Juvenile Bostonians, in a simple little  musical piece called "Dorothy," says a  Butte Daily.    The hit of the company  is the less than diminutive seven-year-  old Halcyon Martin, a child possessed  of much more ability than many a full-  fledged   professsional   who   is   played  upon   three  sheets  and   in   advance  notices.    'I'he youngster did not have  any part in last night's piece but gave  two   specialities   that   convulsed   the  audience.���At Phoenix opera  house,  Monday and Tuesday, August  19 and  20.  Good  Diamonds  Even after every one has had  his say about Diamonds, the  quality of our gems still remains  unsurpassed. For purity, brilliancy and reasonableness of  price we cannot be outdistanced.  Personal selection from the best  sources, small expenses and no  duty account for our splendid  values.    Try us for diamonds.  A. D. MORRISON,  JEWELER and OPTICIAN.  Phoenix, B. C.  Time Inspector fpr G. N  Ky.    ������"�������������� i'rnt, O'-Jirtv OI  _.  FURNITURE, RUG*, Etc  ever shown in Phoenix  With our additional .Store House we can now  show  and   more varied ntock than  before  ..BINNS..  larger  �����-���-���  ��  1  a  0  9  ��  9  1  Paper=Type=I n k  ��3_te^-&2��__5 The Phoenix" Pioneer  We can furnish any  combination   of  McRae Bros. & Smith,  Ltd.  01  The  Knob Hill Ave.  STATIONERS, KTC __=___.  Fishing Tackle  Kodaks  Hammocks, Etc.  Latest and  Best in  All  Lines  I'hoenix,  P,. C.  Th  William Hunter Co., Limited.  Tenders Wanted.  Tenders will be received up to  Monday, August 19th, 1907, for the  erection of a three story building and  basement, 30 x 64. ��� Plans and speci  fications can be seen at my office.  The right to accept or reject all tenders  J. L. Martin.  HIIK,       IJFU  A XI1  ACCIDENT.  P.'JL iViiatfoe-sor!  *--nE,.TY no.vns.  ^ngurauce-agent      p  COMMI8SIONKR    KOtt    TAKING   AFFIDAVITS        Gt"VSS  JP3B[OJ__]VIX-   B.C.  & Co  ��  MINING and INVESTMENT BROKERS  NELSON, B  We Wij__ Sell.  lil'AWKR 1082.  W'j- \\ ill liny.  5000 B. C. Amalgamated Coal       ofler  10 Cons. Smelters       115.00  2000 Colfax Coal 30  100 International Coal......       ,8��  1000 Alberta Coal  3000 Galbraith Coal'."  2000 Rambler Cariboo.!  5000 Sullivan. ���  2000Tel-kv?aMin.e_'.;:  .27  .25  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  EUimhiinti Aumuu*.  If Yo0 Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for summer. We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee   with   attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats    A large assortment,  just   in,   of  those   new  stylish blocks, in Black and Brown,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy SditS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks and three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Wnisis, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  *  t  1  I     *  ���  4  *  The  WILLIAM HUNTER CO.   LTD.  ___T?"r." fig*"���.ii'-'������    ^W-sfi**��� **gi miwiiri ��,  ��� n... Ml   , ��� d  . *h__.       ..11     t *  -tTlYtak


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