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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 1, 1905

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Array Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  JUL 4_ 1Q05     cz,  Mmttt  Phoenix is the Centre  **%���   and  Leading Mining  Vol.. VI.  ^'^mrf0  AND  BOUNDARY  MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  ?S   ^ of Boundary >  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY i,    1905.  No. 34  Is For the First Comer  We invite you to come at once and  select your requirements from the  following:  Ladies'Shirt Waists I New Wash Neck wear  ���������'.. '1 ���������-���:������.-  We are showing much    j just received 10 doz-  the finest line in the above I en of the above in the very  we have ever had in-stock j newest     designs,    selling  ranging in price from   ..,.:���. ;j rapidly at   25c.  to. $1.50  .    75c. to $4.00 || each.                    '.'..'  ENGINEERSSAW  OUR MINES  Noted American Body Here  Thursday.  Shown  >1-.*.-'':Jf  Courtesies  Citizens.  By    the  THE    GIG    iSTOFtE,  Silk Parasols  This season we are showing a  much larger range of Parasols  than hitherto,in the very latest"  creations ��� plain colorings,  Navy, Black, Erown, Green,  also Persian designs. Price./  within., reach of everyhnriivC.  frSn $2.00 to $6.00.  -������;���* o  /&  In'our 'Gents*" Furnishing' Dept*  the stock is complete and up=to=date���  See our Show Windows.  #  If  m  i  GriglfDepi.  Swift's Premium Bacon  4"-:'z-  Swift's Rooked Ashland Hams.  Swift's Summer Sausage  Swift's Pigs Feet  These are particularly appetizing.  Summer Drinks  Sovereig nBraiid  * Lime Juice  Hiie's  Root Hecr  Regular shipments of Strawberries, Oranges, Bananas,  Lemons and Lettuce, Spinach,  Onions, Rhubarb, and Turnips  direct from the growers.  Fruit Jars ail Sizes.  Silting in tlie compartment  of the  private Pullman coach Olympia,,which  {las* been  occupied  by  the mat tyred  president, William McKinley, and also  by Prince Henry, cf- Prussia,..on  his  trip through America, the Pioneer man  learned something of the  trip  of the  American   Institute   of Mining Engineers last Tuesday, .while the special  Hrain  of solid   Pullmans was bringing  .them   up  from  Grand  Forks to  look  at the Granby mines for the first time.  cAfter. leaving Spokane the parly had  spent a day in Nelson, and  had   been  taken up Kootenay lake and down  to  'Bennington   Falls,    and  banquetted.  Then    on    Wednesday,    they    went  through a similar performance .at Rossland, seeing the mines and  the   Trail  smelter, and having another  banquet.  Thursday was devoted to the  Granby  smelter and mines���with the  banquet,  left ouUand ample refreshments and a  social:, time  provided   instead,   somc-  ^Jrlng; that   was   appreciated   by the  travellers. . :;:iv  Thursday morhing^ne train arrived  at Grand Forks^&rid;'Syas run around  to to the Gran by,;:'smelter, where it  was'met by Supt. Bt^ijjes and a committee of citizens'of Grand Forks.  The visitors were shown through the  various department^ of the reduction  works, including the sampling, briquet  ting, smelting and hessemerizing  rooms, and much interest was taken  in each', especially with the automatic  charging device, now infull operation.  The'engineers were surprised to see so  large and complete a plant as was  found.  At noon the parly was served a sub  stantial and delectable- lunch in the  offices and mess house of the smelter,  Mr. Hodges and Mrs. Hodges looking  personally and particularly after the  coinlorts of the 150 or more guests  who sat down 10 the bountiful repast.  About two o'clock the entire party  boarded the coaches at the invitation  of ihe Granby Co., and sta-ted up the  hill on the Great Northern to Phoenix.  Here they were met by local officials  of the Granby mines, beaded by Supt.  Smith and re-enforced by a number of  the ladies of the city, and were welcome d to the camp. The members of  ihe party, including the ladies, were  taken to the No. 1 level of the Knob  Hill mine, where they could s:e the  gigantic ore quarry, note the steam  shovel at work and go into the No. 1  tunnel. They also visited , the ore  crushers and compressor building, and  had a chance to fee the ponderous  machinery that furnishes power for all  purposes at the mines.  Following this the party proceeded  to ihe Granby office, which, under the  skilful hands of the ladies of the town  and the Granby office force, had been  transformed into a bower,with festoons  o bunting, etc., the entire room being  taken up with with tables and bojths,  where a delicious lunch was served to  all, the ladies ofthe party being welcomed by the ladies of I'hoenix���the  visiters evidently appreciating the  courtesy. A social time was spent  here, and it is believed, most enjoyably  10 all, the train pulling out on the return trip about 6:30, and leaving Grand  Forks the same evening for Victoria,  where the sessions of the Institute will  be held. After that a trip will be  taken to Dawson, and the return to the  east will be over the C.P.R.  Before the party left Phoenix the  members were presented with a special  photographic souvenir, consisting of  three large views of the Granby mines  i and smelter, a copy of th-. last illus-  j trated souvenir number of the Phoenix  Pioneer and souvenir postal cards ol  I'hoenix. Besides this a supply of ore  samples of high and low grade mines,  was on hand for visitors that desired  them.  Personnel of the Party.  Among those who travelled with the  American Institute of Mining Engineers on this trip to the Boundary and  coast were the following: Dr. R. XV.  Raymond, secretary of the institute,  and wife, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Theodore  Dwight, assistant secretary, New York;  XV. P.Agnew, NewYork;Mrs.M.B.Ayres  and Mrs. B. Ayres, Bound Brook, N.J.;  Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Aldrich and Mi'ss  Aldiich of Washington, I). C; \V. S.  Ayres and wife of Banff, Alta.; Miss  Pearl Browning and Miss Elizabeth  Browning, ol" Syracuse, N. V.: Joseph  G. and Mrs. Butler, of Youngstown,  Ohio; George D. and Mrs.Barron, with  the two Misses Barron, of Rye, N. Y.;  Mr. and Mrs. Briggs,   Chicago;  S. M.  iiamberger, Salt Lake City,  Utah; W  B. and Mrs. Cogswell, Syracuse, N. Y.;  F. Clymer, Reading, Penn ; E. 5. and  Mrs. Campbell, of Denver Colo.; A.E.  and Mrs. Carlton, Cripple Creek, Col.;  J.    B.    Cullum,    Pittsburg,     Penn.  and 1J..V. and Mrs. d'Invilliers,  with  Miss d'Invilliers, of Philadelphia; 11. F.  and Mrs. Fackenthal, Easton, Pa.; E.  L.   Ford and Master  Ford, Youngstown, Ohio;  D. G.  Forbes, Shilling-  stone, Blandford, England; R. L. and  Mrs. Foucar, High Bridge, N.J., \V.  H. and Mrs. Harrington, and Arthur  Harrington, Philadelphia; L. and Mrs.  Holbrook, New York;'R. XV. and Mrs.  Hunt, Chicago; Mr, and  Miss  Holt,  Macon,   Ga.; Mrs.   J.   R.   Howard,  Brooklyn,   N.Y.; S.  F.   Kirkpatrick,  Kingston,  Ont.; Paul F. King, New  York; Mrs.  James F.  Lawson,  New  York; John and Mrs. Lilly and Wm.  Lilly, Lambertville, N.J.; Major Chas.  E. Lydecker, New York; F. W. Lyman  and George Lyman, New York; Wm.  R.   and   Mrs.    Mcllvain,   Reading,  Penn.; C.T, Clcott,  Miss Anna Ol-  cott,  and  Master Mason Olcott, New  York; VV. S7 and  Mrs.   Pilling,  Miss  Mary  B.  Pilling and Jos. R. Pilling,  Philadelphia; I. P.  arid   Mrs.   Pardte  and Jas.  L.  Pardee,   Hazelton,  Pa.;  Gen. and Mrs. Chas.  F.   Roed,  New  York;  Miss  Ross,   Macon, Ga.; Dr.  Joseph  Struthers,   New   York;   Miss  Florence Starr,  Brooklyn, N.Y.; Miss  Ella Sealy, Galveston,   Texas; Miss  Velasquez, New York; A. E. Vaughan,  Brooklyn, N.Y,; Walter Wood,   Phila  delphia.  MAKING OF  THE TRANSFER  Boundary Mining Notes  M. & B. to Dominion Copper  Company.  $700,000 in Bonds Only to Be  Sold:  ������*����������������������  CONING AND GOING  ��**������>�������>>����������  ���������*���*��<  I  J  Percy Wilkinson went over to Ross  land this week to get his family. , .  Dalby B. Morkill returned from a  several days' visit to Rossland last  Monday.  Supt. T. H. Rea, of the Belts and  Hesperus, was a visitor in the city  Tuesday.  Ernest Spraggett, road superintendent for Grand Forks division, was in  the city last Saturday.  Supt. O. B. Smith, Jr., of the Granby mines, went to Spokane Monday,  returning Wednesday.:  ; Mrs. William Spier, oTG'rand Forks,  spent several days this week as the  guest of Mrs. A B. Hood.  Sydney R. Almond, gold commissioner at Grand Forks, was registered  at the Hotel. Balmoral last Saturday.  Albin Almstrom, wife and children  left Thursday to visit her sister at  Wallace, Idaho. Mrs. Almstrom will  be gone for a couple of weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. A. G- Pease, of Spencer, Mass., the parents of Mrs. O. B.  Smith, Jr., arrived in the city Wednesday to spend a couple of months.  Ralph Smailes, of Greenwood, went  down to Victoria last Sunday on busi  ness connected with  the  Midway &  Vernon  railway,  in which he is interested.  Robert Denzler, one of the original  locators of the Snowshoe and other  prominent claims in this camp, but  now of Spokane, was in the city this  week.  F. W. Guernsey, in charge of th��  Bonnington pole line survey, was a  visitor here Thursday, being a member of the American Institute of Mining Engineers.  E. G. Warren, manager of the  Greenwood Electric (.0., who has just  returned from the grand lodge meeting  of the Masons, at Vancouver, was here  this week.  MartinBurrell, of the Grand Forks  Gazette, G. A. Evans, of the Grand  Forks Sun, and W. A. Harkin came up  from Grand Forks on Thursday's Engineers' special train.  G. L. Woodard came, back from a  trip to Oroville this week. He says  about 800 men are working on the  new railway near there and that the  town itself is just as lively as reported,  with its 14 saloons, two banks, etc.  Capt. Harry Johns, for years foreman at the Mother Lode and later at  the Sunset, who has been spending  some weeks in the Boundary, went 'o  Spokane early this week. For a couple  of years he has been mining in California.  J G. Gallagher, the newly appointed  Boundary roadmaster of the C. P. R ,  in succession to H. L. Johnston, who  is now located at Nelson, will make  headquarters at Eholt. Mr. Gallagher  comes here from the Nakusp & Slocan  branch.  R. M. Barnhardt, manager of the  Second Relief mine, near Erie, in the  Ymir district, spent Sunday in this  city. The mine is one that is doing  very well, with its own ten stamp mill,  and employing 17 men. Last month  the property cleaned up a net profit of  $3,000. C. E. Legg, of this city, is a  large shareholder in the Second Relief.  Latest Pricei lo Metals.  Nkw Yobk���Copucr, electrolytic, $15.-  00@$15 25; hike, $15.0G@ 15.25  Bar Silver, 58%  Loud, $4.50 at $4.60.  The Montreal & Boston Consolidated has issued a circular to its shareholders, explaining in detail the trans  fer to the Dominion Copper Co. of its  properties, and giving the basis of the  same.     The circular also relates the  causes that led up to the necessity for  selling the1' mines and smelter of the  company, most of which are fr miliar lo  the readers ofthe Pioneer.    In brief  the Montreal & Boston Consolidated  was unable to secure  the capital for  development and improvements needed at the properties and for making the  balance of the payments due on the  Dominion   group.     The   circular   is  signed by the president,  Warner Miller, and by the full board of directors,  namely, Warner Miller, Frederick W.  Brown,  Alexander  Davidson,   A,   J.  Diltmar,  Leopold  Herrmann, Robert  C. Miller, Wm. R. Sainsbury and Mor  gan C. Mann.,.  With the above circular is also "sent  a copy of the report of M. M.Johnson, mining engineer, on the properties  of the company, which will be found  on another page of this issue, and a  copy of the agreement made between  the company, the Dominion Copper  Co. and the National Trust Co., Ltd.,  of Toronto, as trustee. This agreement  is signed by the president and secretary of the Montreal & Boston Consolidated; by" I.). D. Mann as president,  and W. H. Moore as secretary, of the  Dominion Copper Co., and by Z. A.  YLafjh as president and VV. T. White as  secretary of the National Trust Co. It  is dated May 11, 1905, while the other  circular is dated June 15,'i'905.  Briefly, the Montreal & Boston Consolidated found that it owed $186,789  to the Dominion Copper Co., being  four installments due on mine and four  months' royalties; $90,000 to two trustees for moneys advanced, and other  estimated liabilities of $43,000, making a total of $320,000. This the officers say they were unable to raise by  sales of stock or bonds, owing to the  condition into which the company  found itself from previous manipulations. So the arrangement was made  to sell out to the Dominion Copper  Co., exchanging shares on a basis of  one of the Montreal & Boston for one  of Dominion. These shares were to  have been received by the trust company for exchange by June 30th (yesterday)  There are 1,242,724 shares of the  Montreal & Boston outstanding, which  will be taken by the Dominion Co.,  share for share, through the trust company. The Dominion Company also  agrees to assume and pay debts of the  Montreal & Boston, and to do this  and provide working capital, will issue  $1,000,000 in bonds, bearing six per  c>;nt interest and running ten years.  Present shareholders ate given preference in purchasing these bonds, but an  underwriting syndicate has agreed to  take all bonds not subscribed for by  the shareholders. Bonds are in denominations of $1,000, $500 and  $ 100.  It is intended to issue but $700,000  ofthe bonds at present, the balance  remaining in the treasury of the Dominion Copper Co. Shareholders who  subscribe for the bonds, will get therii  at 90% of the par value, and in" addition be given a bonus of two shares of  the Dominion Company. That is to  say, the buyers of $700,000 in bonds  will also secure 1,400,000 shares of  Dominion Co.  As to how soon matters wilt be in  shape so that operations can and will  be resumed at the mines ol the company���a matter that is of intense interest locally���nothing has yet been given  ouf, nor in regard to the new local  officials of the company.  Water is still being kept out of the  Brooklyn and Stemwinder mines.  The force at the Skylark has been  reduced somewhat for the time being.  Five parallel leads have been exposed on the Gold Finch, where work is  progressing.  Efforts are still being made to lease  the B. C. mine, but the owners wish  to sell for cash only.  Improvements are still being made  at the Mother Lode, and the boiler  capacity is being increased.  FALLING ORE  KILLED LOSTER  in  J ��2  ti i' >|  ' VM  nip  I  ���yfl  K 'H  j ' h  \itibf  1 &i  In  a Raise at  the Granby  Mines.  A new' find is reported from the Oro  Denoro, pietty well up the hill. Ten  men are employed at the mine.  Ore that runs $300 per ton is being  taken out of the Providence, and one  car is expected to return $9,060/  The diamond drill, is showing up  some excellent copper ore on the Wol-  fard group, on Fourth of July creek;  The tunnel in the McKinley mine,  Franklin camp, is now in a distance of  135 feet, and the property continues  to improve  Reports from the Mavis, being operated by a. Phoeiiix. syndicate, are to  the effect that a solid body of ore," 18  inches wide, carrying feje^gold, has  been found in the workings of that  mine. ���'���.'������������ ��� &{.  :.-.- :     ���-.'.'��� ' ���..:  The main tunnel on the Betts and  Hesperus is now in 550 feet, and will  be driven 200 feet further to strike  the main ore body. Some excellent  ore is being obtained from the bottom  of the 70 foot shaft also.  Leaves a  Widow and  Children.  Phoeiiz Woi at Bowleg.  Thursday evening tearnsTrbm Grand  Forks and Phoenix bowled at the new  alleys, the local team winning by 95  points. The, following was the score  by games : ���  PHOENIX :V  *--  ��� ��� ���   o-  ,���:  Total  Crawford..  ...��23  149  101  373  DeVoine..  ...142  ��47  154  443  Strutzel...  ...120  131  nr  362  xMcColl...  ...146  175"  141.  462  Leckie. ...  ��� ���    135  133  137  4<5  Total  666,  GRAND  -735  FORKS.  644,  2,045  Sweezy....  ...Il8  146  112  37<5  133  i5*  410  138  ��58  426  McCallum.  ...148  IOI  104  353  Fripp.....  ... I 22  135  128  385  Total...  ...644  653  653  '.95��  Paul Johnson a Visitor.  Paul Johnson, formerly for three  years superintendent of the B. C. Copper Co. smelter at Greenwood, but  now of the Brown Alaska Co.'s smelter, at Hadley, Prince of Wales Island,  Alaska, was in Phoenix this week.  He came to meet the American mining engineers, and states that bis company will start operations with its 400  ton smelter in September. J. L. Parker, formerly superintendent of the  Brooklyn group here, during the Jas.  Breen management, has charge, of the  mining end of the Brown Alaska Co.  The ore is copper, carrying three to  five per cent in value.  Dermody Workinf the Providence.  Foreman Dermody is once more  working the Providence mine, after  the mix-up of last Saturday, and will  probably continue to do so until the  courts have decided who should be in  control, the Chicago or Grreenwood  directors. On the sixth of July the  injunctions prohibiting the Greenwood  and Chicago people, respectively, from  taking control will be heard at Van-  cover, when there will be a pretty  fight among the lawyers. The real  point, however, that will decide things  is the Diamond shares, which is lied up  by the court also, and which case will  be tried, it is expected, at no distant  date. In the meantime, the mine  itself is looking better than ever.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. I  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines  lor 1900,  1902 for 1903 for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  for 1901 lo  I'll Hi  WVefc 1  U.6S0 .  1*5  594,01.1   :���  35* ���  Mink. Camp.        1900      1901        >9��2      '9��3        '9<M  Granby Mines Phoenix   64,553   231,762   309.858   393.711   549.703  Snowshoe Phoenix       297       1,731     20,800    71,21a       B C. Copper Co.  $    Mother I,ode _Deadwood    5,340     99,034   141,326   13V79   174.29S    84,052  Bonnie Belle Deadwood  20  ^Montreal & Boston Con.  "  Brooklyn-Stemwinder. Phoenix        25,950    43,179  Rawhide Phoenix         3,070    23.305  Sunset Deadwood     S02      7,455     15,731      3,250        S55  Mountain Rose Summit         1,759      4,4i"  Athelstan-Jackpot Wellington    1,200 55��           5,646      4,5So       Dominion Copper Co.  Brootlyu-Stemwiiiderd'mp..rhoenix    150  Morrison Deadwood     B. C Mine.. ....Summit   19,494     47,405  It. Bell Summit     ICmma Summit  ���. 650      8,530    22,937    37.960      4.^73        '*7 '  Oro Denoro Summit        15,537     16,400     2,163        '32 *  Senator Summit     Urcy Fogle Summit     No. 37 Summit     Reliance Summit  ..'   Sulphur King Summit    Winnipeg Wellington    1,076  Golden Crown Wellington    2,250  King Solomon W. Copper    No. 7 Mine Central     City of Palis White's    Jewel Long Lake       160  Carnii West Fork     Providence Providence  --  Hlkhorn Providence     Skylark Skylark      Uist Chance Skylark     1-:. P. U. Mine Skylark     Bay Skylark    Ruby Boundary Falls    So  Republic Boundary Falls     Miscellaneous     3,230      3.456  Total, tons    96,600   390,800   508,876 690,419 829,803 459,421    16,5s  Smelter treatment���  Granby Co     62,387   230,828   312,340 401,921 596,252 301,207  B.C. Copper Co  ~��� -   "7,6"   148,600 162,913 210,484    97,21,,  Montreal St Boston Con ���  132570 30.930    71,433  1,040  875  665  2,000  350  150  14,811  560  8,530  3.339  19,365  22,937  15.537  363  37,9&5  16,400  3,450  364  2.435  33  7S5  625  482  890  219  993  400  726  325  52  167  300  325  500  60  750  6,400      1,720  4.373  2,163  1,833  33  150  30  200  i-o  353  569  165  33  Total reduced   62,3*9   34s.439   460,940   697.404   1*37,066   470,^50  3.9*5 $  it, 905 &  v4  Mi,   vrf  V'' i-'m  Four  Tuesday morning about nine or ten  o'clock an accident occurred at  the  Granby mines,  from  the  results   of  which Frank Loster died two or three  hours later.     Loster,'with his working  partner, J.McKenzie, were operating a  drill in a raise between the No. 2 and  No. 3 tunnels, an upright hole  being  put in.    The ground had been examined previously and such material as  could be thus loosened was barred  dovyn, as usual in such cases.    With  out warning, while Loster was looking  up at the working drill,  he doing the  cranking,- a piece of ore weighing perhaps 500 pounds, came down, and  pinned him  to the floor.   It was so  heavy that, it bent the steel rods of the  drilling machine.     McKenzie fortunately escaped. .  Being taken at once to the hospital,  it was found that Loster's hip had  been crushed. to a je'ly, his left arm  broken, and he had received internal 1  injuries that were fatal. He died  about noon of the same day.  The case is, a particularly sad one  for several reasons, chief of which is  that Loster leaves a widow and four  children, the oldest about six years of  age and the youngest, only three or  four weeks old. Mrs. Losier herself is  not in good health. She and the children were taken at once to the dying  man's bedside, he being conscious till  the last. Father Pecoul, the Catholic  priest, of Greenwood, was notified to  come up the hill and give the dying  man the last rites, and the reverend  gentleman made a record ride, taking  just 30 minutes to reach 'the hospital,  which he did before only four minutes  Loster passed away.  Deceased had been employed in  and about Phoenix for five or six years,  working at the Snowshoe and Granby  mines. For several months he was  employed at the Mother Lode, and  had been in present position but a few  months. He was a member of Phoenix Miners' Union, No. 8, was sober  1 and industrious, and was well liked by  all who knew him. His taking off is  an exceedingly sad blow to the dear  ones he left behind.  Result of Inquest.  Wednesday afternoon Dr. Kingston,  of Grand Forks held an inquest, the  following jury being empanelled:  Robert G. Mack, R V.Chisholm, Chas.  L. Thornber, Dan Martin, Tuck Collins and J. McDonald.  The witnesses examined were John  McKenzie, Dr. R. B. Boucher, John  Swanson and James McGregor, mining  inspector, and after due consideration  the jury returned a verdict of death  from accident, no blame being assigned.  The funeral was held under the auspices of the Miners' Union yesterday  afternoon, the cortege marching from  the hall to the Catholic church, where  services were held. Interment was in  the Phoenix cemetery. ,,���7'-  *  -.t- I  ! 1 "!  <i l  "*!  h  7f. THK PHOENIX PIONEER.  ^MWMMUMM  Some Teas  are good at first  Tea is always good. Which are you going to have.  W  The Phoenix Pioneer  ''And Boundary Mining Journal.  VALUE OF BEING CHEERFUL.  -',*,/i'-' -,���;���-.  '*  '/<...���  ^77  7f7f"ii  PS7S7'  .     .      IR8UKDON��*tUKDAY8HVTHK  PIONEER PtJBIilSHrNG 00.  AT I'llORNir, B. C.     '  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  -,.���,.��..��� (Business office No.! 14.       '  Telephones | Mauaijer'i.resldeiice, No. 15.     .  . SDBSCHIPIIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year....:.;..��".���.��........ ���������..��������� ������������������'������ ������-"���*��.��������  ;SI��Mouth!t.........,.,.............^....::.:.........��-,".. >'.��5  Ifyou are not ajubsctiJier to thin paper/this  ii an invitation lo you to become one.    ,.,-���.������  Advertising rates 'fufnuiheci oil application.  '.. r.egal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  1    Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  * Iv.irt Unit.���;' -''"���'���':������.''' .'.���'���'���  ��� The gentle art of being  cheerful is  one that  is>'practiced none too much  in this^ajiand generation,   but  it  is,  nevertheless,   an art that is well worth  cultivating to the highest state of perfection. ,j   In   these sjjentious thnejgisn  attempted  not go to  apt to" 1  fact  to   the cdnlmy^^^tW^ii^^^. ^^%  Sifetuard tbe Children.  Notwithstanding all that is done by  ooards of health and charitably inclined  persons, the death rate among small  children is very higly,during the hot  weather of the summer months in the  large cities.   5i|iere  is  prohahjij, not  one case of bowel eoinplaint^SaBjyii-  dred, ho��veveiv0i'ju .catu^.4!S.^.^si.lnif'  go6d result cari'^lrj5!sibfv{fe'crue from  a hlue standpoint. J .Keening a stYfl'  upper lipVand having a cheerful expression is 'half the battle, and nine  times Out of left things .will not prove  to'be.as bad.as we thought, when we  look them squarely iri the face.  7  We once knew a minister that made  it his rule to invariably have a smile  on his countenance,, no matter how  discouraging things looked, :either in  his'own;work or;in that of those he  came in contact with. And theeffect  of that 7 smile was remarkable. It  cheered all  he met, no  matter   how  ]nd it expedient to have a sup-  ^jnherlain's   Ccilic,  Cholera  lidWiSr^g&r^eiiiedy ,bn  hand.'-  It  .as'bej!" a lii'ii^y *;a|"egi';Kd and 'wliile  J.V  espenavl) beneiici.il to children, it is  etjuallyjjjood in adult eases. I recom  mend A>t cheerfully and without leser  vaiiOiT     1'or sale by all diuggists  Kootenay Engiileeriiig Works  ��    NELSON, B. C  Pounders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Mn'iiufiicturers for tlie Guav-foki) ihu'w.K Uoi-k Akki m. Tu.vmw.w Symkm. I.imitki).  1 Mill Miii'liiiifir, Ore Car*, liiicket.s, Tanks. ������(.���.    Ii-��n an.I llru^'Oiisting.-'.    A htrsji' i��|<l ���������mi|.|.;ii- sim-ls  K-liiiiitti'H i'.ji- mII cla-'Sfs of  Mitlifli^ ftlld Mill ..lliriiin.-i ,��,*-'u *-'*' -'1 ��"*��"'��-��  ......��������� - - .....n..      .       . .    .  olSliiiftiiii.'. Suix.ii^, I'iitingH, flc. iilwHVsmi Imtxl.    I'lillByf.'KliiiiB.-f,  .-I.-.,  nuiof  i��- ortier��� <���"  I''"'"- n-tiie.    a i  01. 111111 ni)., ^u|_ij        ,. h       ,.   , ., ,      .., ,   ,    .      ,.,.,.       .. ...   .,,.., , ���f tt.or|. fHr���,s|K.,l ii|,(,ii   -j|i;il|  liieak-ilown iili'l'ii'i-aii-wirU nislieil tln-uiiu'li without ileiiiy.    K-nnimte* i.ji  Cittioii. 7Spet!iiil iiiteiitiun given to mail opIuis.    Siirap Iron buie'lit. liy ihf rurloml.  onh-tMin.nvo.-kP, ',,, B. C. TRAVIS, Manager,  Knot of I'nik Street.  1'. 0. "ox J!)3,  NcIhi.ii. U.C  D. J. MATHESON,  icitis is constipation.  quire physic don't use cheap diaslic ��� 1  pills���ge't Dr.Hamilton's Pills which ; J.  strengthen the stomach, regulate the ' f  bowels and prevent any, tendency 10 j  appendicitis.'- In one day you'll feel -1  the tremendous benefit of Dr. Ilaniil- J  ton's 'Pills, lly purifying the blood f  and cleaiising the serein they-prevent j  headachi's, lift-depression anil .driv^A  -away weariness. No uUrilici'it! so, sii<;%ij7  ^essfiil as Div Hamilton's' Pills, sold j |  everywhere in 25 cent boxes wiih!(|  vellow coyer: gel llit-g.-niiiiie. '���  What Causes Appcndlci'l?. j ��  The commonest  cause  of append-'!  When   you  re-' 1  William M^iiiesoii, Prop.  *.r:- -..  r)-  ���M$��  } GiVrvM^yi^, AND    OT^HR  ^fiS^^VN'I) SADDI.I'^''^ic\,KUAI.  RIGS  :kai,  001 >  ^^^^yW^), CORDS OK DRV -\VOC  '^' '^������^^ir^''  DelAWal to any part <if the.city.  Hntiiv Outlit/New and Up-todale.   ^\ share ofthe public  Mfttr'<"��ingo solicited.   .TlKfjiu 37.  N' aCi^, COR,  IJANNl'Rl  DOMINION  Some Fljures About Canada.  Cayuida's wheat growing area in the  west isj according to rof Sjundeis'  estimate, 171 million acres in  extent  Canada has less than 5 million acre-,  of this area under cultivation, 01- onlv  3 p-r cent.  If one-fourth ofthe 171 million acres  ��9?s'';:(^JIJLYw'' ;j:  i'905  Sun. Mon. Tuea. Wed.   Tha. Fr..  ,"Sist;'-  -'7;?:;;'':'''-3;-:i4^:7^S::.;776-v.77  ���������';'1 ';"  ��� :.:&���������':���'  '-\';i'9"i c.io;;7;ri;;;,:;.:i2':';..:i.3-i47  ,-ISV.F  ;7:::6 ;7;'i j'.;7'18 ;,."'-;i9'-' : 20; ,'2 r"  '���'22 ���.'.;���  7!23".,'..:2.4.;'' 25  726    27 28  29  ;>3��)-3*..^7";;7;;''';'7-7;77 v;7 7  ���} VISIT OF MINING fiNfilNfiERS.  pfmbre; than ordinary importance to  theTBpundary country was the visit of  the A)iiericanlnstitute of Mining Engineers this week.; The coming of a  body of men who are acknowledged.to  be at the.bead7of their profession,  \;; technical'men who are obseiyant to7 a  7degree that counts,'should be .fraught  , with good to the country and undoubtedly willbe in due time.'Having seen  in the course of their travels and pro-  fe'ssibnal duties,; the greatest metal producers and metallurgical works of all  ;kinds--r-and many of: therii 7 being  di-  .rectly connected'with 7 the  proiriinent  '; inihes and7 reduction works ; Of  the!:world������ these gentlemen Were  in a position to judge impartially.;.of  what they saw, in the Boundary dis-  trict-rrand that is all that could be de-  .;'lsired.;:7 -'���' ,;- v:7-'^7"77 .: "7' 77;;-   ���;'..y.''��� \  :    The plain truth, the 'wholeMruth and  .nothing but the truth;is, what -should  be'made khown; of' the .Boundary ���^  ��� nothing . niore or less.; It ��� is good  enough tobaiik o,nJ'and if statements  made and con^J.si6ns, presented  even-  ; tually7'>iiir8ired;7taij;iie otherwise, that  factHvo'ujd come out. But the Boundary can safely be left to stnnd on its  own merits.  That body of technical men saw.  conditions just as they exist. '-They  saw some of the.cheapest .mining, here  that is done anywhere in tlie world;  and'at the same time witnessed some  of the most economical reduction of  ores that has yet been accomplished.  That these.-Hm'ple nnd pregnant facts  were more or less of a revelation to  them is already self evident, although  they are not men who are given to air-  ing their .views to any extent in (be  press at large.  , Of vastly more importance is the  visit of men of this stamp to the country than that of the repr-senta-ives  of  any other calling.    Editors may come  ,       .   -, ., ��� ,, , ,,      ...... were under   wheat  it  would supplv  down in the mouth-they felt, and was -^^ t])ree [imfcb QVer an(] t])e h^  like a tonic to most of them.     It was   market as well  a valuable asset for 'bat preacher.  By 1915 there will,   it  is estimated,  ���In the far west there are; many  ups ,be ]0 ,ni|fl0ns 0f acres  under'' wheat,  and downs,  and as a rule they seem yielding 200 million bushels,  worse;to individuals than  they really]    Thc Canadian   west  is capable of  are. 7, \Vhen they   occur,  instead of producing 3 billion bushels  of wheat  talking, 'acting/and  feeling gloomily, J     Canada's wheat crop in 1904 was 80  how much better it' would-'be "for everyp-million bushels, 60  million  ol  which  one to be cheerful, and make! the liest .was produced in the west  of conditions   then obtaining.    Were |    Canada   ranks   tenth    among   the  this rule adoptedrmore^ generally,  life. w0,,d^ wheat P'��ducing countrts  syould   be  much niore worth living to I     Canada's wheat ciop is nearly double  thousands o^.;those7 who are all- too'that of lhe Umted Kingdom  ,������������.������.���' ���   ; ,', .'   .-   ���   i  ready to feel discouraged at the least! Western Canada's gram crop, 1904,  little thing that does'not happen to go');idded 75 million  dollars to  25,000  "'.''���"' ~ ,'���'������������ ������-, 7'J' ������:-������    .:���������'. ���������-. : ������ .farmers  m.expected. ,���������������...���������.,.-,,���..������',���.-;.������.��� ���. ������ 7;;.���'--���.-.��� . -    r.'A"4;f9^.^Pe^i:^..-^?:^ of! thll|g Prove Fa,a,  being cheerful is one of the best-thai'     1r      '   ,       , , .  ��. 1     If warmth and  circulation are   not  can possiply.be cultivated by young or prompt|y restored, chills result in fatal  oldJn this'..hum druni, work-day world pneumonia I his necessitates keep  of burs.'     It is better for the one who ing nemhne on hand     Taken in   hot  practices''W'iand better for those  with w'lter  ll   breaks   UP  a  chl11   '"   trt"  ,���       , -    ,   .       .���     ,, minutes   By rubbm" freely ov. r throat  whom he comes in contact continually       ,   ,    . / ��     ,/     ..    ,  '������:���''" ,      ���.        . . '-.    . and chest it pie\ents colds     No  lini  r-whether  in   .inning  or  farming, or ment so itl01lft bo pt.llelrat)ngi sossufl  manufacturing or business districts.        to kill pain and inflammation     Neail\  . ;    '���;'������,'     .;���'''��������� .';'' ' ���;'. . fifty years' record has proved the value  The city of Winnipeg now claims 'a' ��f  Olson's  Nemhne     you   should  ,' .  -    f '   >,;, get a bottle to day.  population of roo,ooo.     I here   seems �� J  to be nothing like making claims, and'.  ��� Tlie llliiiol.s Central  Maintains unexcelleil  service fi  the west to the east and south, makliig  close  ronneelmns    vi.li   li i ns   of/ all  i  PHOKNIX,  I). C.  Vl.ll    li  I  IIS  nn-    l'.u-c-n.^trilaie  tianstnntmi nt il  g'\en then ehoKeoi 1 mie-. to Chicago, Louisville, \h mphis 1 d New 0-  leans, and tnio i^h Uksi point* to the'  fai ea-t.  Pro��|ie( ti\e tr.uellers desiimg information as to the lowol riles and Ixsl  routes fire united to (oriesjiond with  the following lepresent >tl\es B II  Tiumbull, ComiiRKiil \i^ent, 1 12  I'lind St , Poitland Ori , [ C Lind  sie^, 'lia\ Passeiut 1 \genr, 142  I hud St, Poitland, Oi -, Paul I!  Thompson, Passenger Agent, ( olem.ui  Building, Seattle, \\.i-h  I P. Burns ^ Co.  ���.��^V-*^'��**��^*'<'>#**^*^*^^^40  PHOENIX  MARK El'.  J iikah rn nei- hoit iioiiNiiAiM cki i k, ckh-nwook, 11 c  * IIIAIKJUAKI I RS, \U SON, I'    C.  I .... Wholesale d Belail Heat NerchaRfs.  ^ Maikets at Nelsor., kaslo,  1 luee I'o ks, Sandon, Slocan City,  J Siherton, New Denver, Vmir. Sahno, Rossland, I'ranT'Cas ade,  y (.land l'oiks, Oieenwood, Midwaj, Eimn and l'hocni\  I   FISH, PYSTKR3 \XI)  POULTRY IN SIJASO^f.  J \11  oiders -et cue piompt attention  as Winnipeg is growing  so  fast  there  is noway of disproving the latest.  An Alias for $1 00.  The Great Northern Railwa) has  .issued art Atlas of 56 pages containing  ���'���'.-- ���-;'-���;��� ���--::-.': ~~"��� -'���.���'. ���������-.,,v 'up-todate 'maps of Iowa, Wisconsin,  It is to be hoped that the warring Minnesota, North and South Dakota  Providence mine directors-will be able Montana, Idaho, Washington, British  to agree pretty soon and work the Columbia, Oregon, Kansas, Missouri,  richest and best: high grade property ! Nebraska, Wyoming Colorado, Alaska.  r ,--, & ,,.',..- , Hawaii, Japan, Philippine Islands,  inthe. Boundary; lighting in the chma, the United States and of the  courts is poor business, if it  can  pos- World    _.  sibly be avoided. v |     Iri'lsfldition to tlns^ the^Atlas  con  - "-��� ���'.".'   "     ' ' '    ���   - ��� ranii, voluab),-^f��'.isticiiiojnf.)rm..tion  , ,    ,-, ���' ''''"',',    lT .7!5w,^T-ii'#ja,i> fo "thc states narh'ed above, {<���'  ;-..John:.Houaton,--oftheNg^j^^^in'led on  lhe very  liest qUality^r  une has repeatedly pri'ntedahe^ateineht" "paper, shows the iines; of the Great  that tlfe@Viinby Co. nev<^paidahiglie/-.NTorthern Railway, and is in every way  ore freight rate than 50 cents per  ton. a commendable work,  i,:    ,    .      r ''���     .,   '���,,    ���'. 'I his Atlas will be distributed at the  Hundreds  of men  in   the Boundary ���   .    ,       .    r">      ,    .��� ,    ������ ,  . ������-,   , ��� '',',,', actual  cost of production and will be  know better, and John should get  the sent t0 any  address  upon   receipt  of  C; P. R. to revise his copy. For $1.00. .Address, F. I. Whitney, Pas-  ino:)ths, after starting shipping, the senger Traffic Manager, Great .North-  ratewas 75 cents per ton. -ern Railway, St. Paul, Minn.  Cured of Chriitiic Diarrhoea  After Ten Years ,0-  1 1  ol Suffering 10)  i 1  "I wish to sa) a few wouU m'piai'.e;*  of Chambei lam's Col.i,   Cholera  audio  Diarrhoea Remed\," sa\-> Mrs   Mattit'^  l.urge, of Martiiuville, Va   "Isuffirtd  1  from chronic dianhoea   for   t-n   > ear-. | 1  and  dining   that   lime  tried   \arious1 *  nedicines without obtaining  any  per '*  111.ment relief.    last  summer  one  of'*  ���n> ehildien 'was  taken   will   choleia 0  morbus, and  I  proem ed  a  bottle  "' I i  tins  remed>.    Only  two  doses  w  reauired to give  her  emu.,  lehef.  ��� ��� ��� ��� o ���-��� o-a Sj-m} ���-���-e-��-��-��-*-  ��� ������-���-���  I  then decid-d to iry the medicine m)-  -.elf, and did not use ill of one bottle  hefoie I w.is well and 1 ha\e never  since been troubled with that com  plaint Onr cannot sa\ too much in  favor ol thai wonderful in;dicine"  1 his remedv is lur stle by all dru���r-  "isUs  DRINK  PHoenix Beer  Made horn the Br.bl  M \LPane   1'L'KESI    ,  SPRING WAIT.R, it is une\< eiled  for  qual  ity     Ask lor PHOIiMX   IJEEK   and   insist  on having it  PHOENIX BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  Sivnimkd Avi   and Uavm k Si ��� PHOENIX,  U.C.  ���-��-��� ���-��� ���-���-#-��� ��� ��� o o ��-u o �� ��� ���-���-���-��� ���e-��  ' llospua   Dunaliuq��  1  1  r \. .   ..    .  I..I.I of l> >niilliiii4 m ������ v. il/^im't   l.t  I 1st,   liK)"),    III  till*   I'lxil lll\     ���ll-IIM.ll     llil"  101!  PRIN'I ING,  |OIi  PRIN ll\C  1011 PRIMING  Maple Sn��P  SANITARIU \1, A tow Ulo, B.C. $!&�� e  H��' : �� irn   , <ltiy  I '   isll $,1  4S3_ 1 'il mo-i pel l��.t> nppalntnl Ufa ill | C 1-I1 J.u  mill I'lc 1.111 c Kc-mt 111 tin. Wcsi Willi �� com Cusli }*-,  plelest-.ciu of Muhs ���ii.cUk!int. luikii.li un I '-prilik ' 11  lilissmi Open t'le yci.r rmin I lhe iiiriluc "  pri pe lll-OI    l-H 1 ri,  irr innqll.ilc.l  I'orCiii-"'!; rill K'leiim 11 c   Vmiirn and Mus  cul..r I tutihlt s  Fin  lleil 11^ .11  kuliii>.  l.i cr nml ycuiwcli  tlhtit ill-  Tor !��� 11111 1 .mi, all Met ill'd'oi-oiH from the  System  lhe (.lamlciir  nl   ihe -cincrv  h  mini illrd  Mount mis -now |enk- fore-ts 1 ikn nuler'Hllh  hoatuig yaitititig fi*h njf -liuotini:    excur-.Kn��  leillll".      It- .vintrl   i||m��lr    If   iiii-im a-KTil   |oi  V   '.lien.  \   I     II    l laik  Ho i   l.l  t ��� li .   A il  I'   r   I! ink  ,      Jin   M v.re��lli  ��� n <nl un Kind lln'l Co  \   II    Mix. I  /  1-ri* ii I  V|;���'"   u<-' do the kind voti've a'\<a\s been in  se.rch ol���and do it ritdii  I i  Ni 11< I'll'  Co,    -    PlKil ni\, U.C  Laical Mining   Stock Quotations.  Aiueiiciunoi  Hen liur  HUck l.ul  n  C Cnpptr  C.iliailiau tiold 1 ,,t.ni<t  J? 5=  COLUMBIAN Wim.  Koiiih'iiI I8<)j>-lii(-iirp iinttil 1803.  >   \NK\V WE-TviINSrhll. B.C.  Larihoo Ci'i-i, ";Icli (ex .In ) <.'  Ccntei; Slnrt   . _s "l                     \. nr  Cti\v\\1si    s-'ess Coi.1             . < *���  l)eiu .o'Minei                        v     " >.-  t" lo  .MI1GAI1LAY  CITY SGAyE.1C-ER t?  IN.Sl'KAKCK AOI-.Nl,  KIRK, I.IKK, AliC HH'N-1.  I'liitiiuiiiK'liiiifr liji- iiil.iiii: vinilmiik.  Pi.<'��Kix, J:, rj  GEORGE .-.GUXSO.N  SIIAYINC PAKU/I'.S  and DATllROOiM.  Ilotii Balmoral ,,  Coi.'l'iisl&'Kliobbill Ave.   I HOI-.MX, li. (J.  Kin^Edward Lod^crs'o.;^  ... A. F.itnil A. M.  Regularcollilliiuiicnliuii S p. ni Sic1  onil Tliurwlay nl incli inonlli  KmerKint liietllnuij iiscallc.l:.Mn.���mt.  Half: Mcllnle lllock.  A. II1I.UHK,  Sc-iretarv.  <!l-:t>. H.Iil-V,  VV.M.  I. O. O, F.  SNOVV'SliOK l.llliWiM,,  Mi-els every Moiulay Hvenliij; at   llij.-.f;   ]|���n  Viniliiit! Iinllicrn coutlally iiivilnl.  A. S, WilliiimMlti. N   '-.  Gko It. Mkak   Kic .-ti-v  -.      ' ��'��. Deluliay, I'tr. j.-(i,. s,fv  T- n. _.,...,,.. PlIOI-.NIX AlKI  J&Z\XT^>Z ^ NO. 158.  I Tl ^''rS- '.:.-���') '..  ..lieliiiKS on 1'iiilav  \'^\   W';>    /���'; i'"i.Vi|>.in.,.MIiiii.''  ,7v5,\,^:i  ,/;���/ uni,ii iimi.  \'" ] .' .' luiliiif,   l.iellii.n  '   i'i conlialij iiiviu-il.  IMN IH>< Kin.ADrK. ITCH     M   II   1��IV. s.ci  AND  ^Oregon  Union Pacific  Announce mt (o Portland Fair  I'rom .c|'okunc, $14 y^ Kiii'ni ti-ij.;'  ^ood 30 da)s Partv i>l Un nr mon;  un one ticket, $11 jo, lini 1 10 i!;u>,  'I it J>ets on bale M.15 29 to Oi to rr 1 ^.  In addition occasion I divh.ht c. in h  excursions will be run at I -s nm i.r.e  fare for round trip Pull twi ��� u a:> ai  O. K iV N. OFMCi:,  130 Kivi usiUL  vv]  ,  SI'OkAVI ,   WASH  Remcmtrer  we've ihe snort itne  riek(_ls on snle ��t rtl! S  V   \ \     ��� dii i ��-  For futthcT ttifoi iiiatluii   hs  ii* ti.tr-.   i>uir  11 Hin** cifiitpnicitl.ctr   nikirc-  (,K()    j     MOIII   I   '< UciiU 1!   ^>.rn;.  "m ri��*t ft    Au     si   u,  . ���   -  feESl  nmik  (.iur.iijai;,<;  Pisoeaix  Shoe  Shop.     7 >  f ��� 1 i-h'.rpfo���  /\ i\- V ��� - ���  ^lNif HOO|//AMI sliOtb  If. .K.r'.ed Goods.   Vf  i 1'' '/"   "  KairitcH  Kt-lier Maiden  t.iant  Granby Coiisolulated  International Co il  Juno  Morning i.lory  Mountain r,iou  VIout real 8. Uoiio i..���  North Slur, (]���;. K.)   Payne   Quilp.......... :   t Rambler-Cariboo   ......  . . . ��*  ^\  fss*  I  Chamberlain's Col'c,   Cholera and* Diarrhoea !  Remedy. !  Coushers, Hawkers, Spillersl  Public expectoration is against' the  -ri- i   ���   ��   . ������   .   i j   ,'common'law, ajjaihst the laws of health  I his remedy is cer am to be needed    ,        ,���,    ' .,fa   ,   ���       . ,,       ,    ,  ��� ���   \ ���    ���< i i   r       i a so.    When the throat tick es,   thats  in almost every home before the sum- ,,    ,-, -.   ,ir. .     .    '      .  .  t. i        iii   'he time you need  "Catarrhozone ; it  mer is over.    It can always be depend-       ., ., .,   ��� '  ed upon even in the most  severe and   I00th.e  awa>' lff ,rr,tatl��"' .c"ts fou/  dangerous    cases.     It   is   especially J^e phlegm and loosens the light  fee-  valuable tor summer disorders in chil- ,nB' f ' ouf "��� ^if1' cure that xatarrh  dren. It is pleasant to take and ^d throat double with Catarrhozone  never fails to gie grompt relief Why {t&&^.^����%- .S  not buy  it  now?    It  may  save  life.  For sale by all druggists.  Distinct Innovation.  ;,cuies catarrh forever and for all time  "to come. Don't take our word for it,  ���try Catarrhozone yourself. Once used  you'll be delighted with its. pleasant  and helpful influence.  Provid"s .i Clin ti.in home for students of 'xilli i-H\it ,it Hindi into i.ttcc  Has a preparatory rliisa I'U- } iniiir >linl-  enlH, ildinc "j��rHilc\ |inl)iii: Miliiml, ivnrk.  Docs hijih ffi-hnul wnrk,-ctiiifcrs nil lii^li  srlionl priviU'ui'H, nnd prcjia.-i-s for icncli-! siTiVpoii.  I'ls'exilllliliiili.illH. Ti'ilcllt'CillI lumii-lii-.- I Sullivan....  of.n.Practical;ltin-imi-HP C'ltioc ami e'lvc-  DiploiiiiiK. 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Mitiintr where  rou saw this rid and which position ymi wnnt  NTKkNATlOKAI.    COUBEOPONDIi.VCi:   .SCHOOLS.  Scrantnn, Pa. .;  In the mutter of the   '!I.n <l It-i-htry'Act," ami  iu lhe innltcr i.rtlie title u�� I.i.t:.,,   Hlock   17  Mil). 6ti, lll.l Ironsidei* Ail.l-'lli.ii lo the I i-v of  I'liueuix.iii lhe Province uf I'litiili- i Iinnliia  VVIIKKKAS lUecertificiiti-ort Hi-i.r Join. ���|.x-  .niili-i- Murray, b^init certilirnte oflilli- ii.iiulered  I47��a to tlieiibme lieieilil[ilueuu;iiiiHl.ecii lout or  ilcatroycri nnd up, licntioii Inm lueii ui��d�� lo me  rurndtiiillcilelliernif;  NOTICK IS 111'. I!IIV(!II'��S Hint n ilupllcnte  ccrlificnleo: title to llienliove liernliuineiiu will  be is<m-(l at the criiiinlioii of one iiiontliYioiii  lilts hen-, i; Milieus in the Hiritliliuir valiil ifMtv.  Hun to the coiiirari- i�� made t, iur Ip writin/ii~-^i  W   II. KDMONiis. \r'0-  ,'...'. Oistri��-t t��eKi��trnr of TIlWii/  1.11111I Ki-ejstiy   Oflice.   Knnilouus, II   c. Awril  ....,,. ;S, i.i.i ..._;���.    -.   ' \^  ,   tiA'fV: \-,  MAnt   10 OKDtR.  ^\  PRACIICVf,    MINKKs'   \   MK   IKu.s  PtCIOKh'SHOFS   A   SI'rCIAI.'IV.  blio;/  on    Doiui i on Au'iiuc.  Average Prices ot Copper  ���New VoiK���  Kiectrolylic. Lake.  Month.         11)04   ii)05 VMH  .lanimry 12 -J10 15.05 lii.fjV!  February... 12.0(i:-l loiOH) [^ 245  March 12.20K 15 2(!S 12 250  April.... ...12!'22 14 !HK l.'l 12(1  May 12.758 14(127 l.'l OHO  12. fill!)  June I2.2(it> .  ���July.. 12270 .  Annual I2..'!42 .  Septe��iher..-12.4SH- .  October^,.... 12 ��i(4 7  -Novemh{-r..M.2J\.  ueceinhe'i-. .ll.titiOr,  HK'5  15.I2S  IB. I.-iii  15 045  I' II.0  ll.Si'O  Year......12,820  12 500  12 4(18  12.020  l:t 117  14.455  14.850  12 OHO  and.go, and represent the  most  influential journ.:is on the globe: capitalists  A distinct innovation will  be  inau-j   ! ���^ :   gura'ted  this  season by the Northern ' Cflnadian Pacific Railway Summer Excursion  Steamship Company,  which  operates Ratrs East.  the magnificent steamships the "North-      ,,,,    r 7   ,. .    .  .nay come and see for themselves, and  west" and   "Northland" on the Great! _,��� ^^"f'!!!, f'"c: Ka,,way.- aP-  thev are W welcome-but the editors ! Lakes ��d which sail between Unlutlv nou'Ce   loW    f ��li .rates   to   ea.stern  tnev are also welcome, out tne eaitors- n���<r���i��� points account following conventions :  i .1 ���   i ; cincago and Jsulfalo. ' . ,    ���       .,     ,"    .       _.,.  may. write, and the monied  men   may:     He^ofore   (he   service   on   thratf'Imperial    Council     Mystic-., Shrine,  be     so,   convinced     of   the .'rich-"boats has entirely been European plan ^-agara falls, NV., ^6.25= vJntema-  ness    of    the I count-y   that     their j" ut  this, iyear it has been arranged to t,onal Sunday Sch��o1 Lonyehtton, I or-  ' hands   almost   yoluntarulv  re/ch   for. place in e(Te"t an American  plan  ser-  onto, $76.65; International' Turnerfest,  vice on  both  the   "Northwest"  their cheque books, yet, after all,  the ���e ��n  Dom trie    Northwest     an.l  Kducati^nal^  -,���- .     '   r.        .     .      .      .        ���   /Northland.        I he first sailing of the xt T    *0  business or investing in mines is really  ..Nor,hwesl��� from Duluth wi��� ��e jUIle N.J., $8535;  .[' Indianopolis,  Ind.,  $67.65;  National  Association, Asbury Park,  Christian Endeavor Con-  done, as it should be, on the advice of 2ylh and",'ne "Northland"  from   Chi" V:e"ti0.n, Baltimore> Maryland, $81.25;  ,i,en versed in metallurgy-men   wh -,  cago June 24th. i fmf���' Inst.tuteof Instruction Port-  ;,-..:   -.     , r ���-i ���   ,-, i-j ' ���' Hand, Me.. $92.70; Annual Meeting B.  -although they are fallib.e, like mankind i   -  _ _ { P.0.E.,   Buffalo,' N.Y.,   $76.25.    All  : in.genefal, nevertheless possess the ed- How's This? j tickets good for 60 days.    For dates of  Plication    and     knowledge    that   the' ' sale, particulars of routes, and   berth  ":,H'-v.'.���������'.���;. '���:���..        . ,    . ' , ���    VVe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any   .ocon/Tfinnc     nnr.lv   tn Innl oirpntc   <ir  7 capitalist   niust rely  upon to  a   large  case of;criinrrii that cnmiot |>e cured Uy; Hall's reservations,   appi)  tojocai agents, or  And -B6'undorV Nioing Jourrial  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of, Canada.  7;K .  ^���t-=:-���-.-���       ,.      , ���    ,. , catyrrhcure.  i'. j.C11KNKY&co. Toledo,o..'write,   J.  S.   Carter,   D.P.A.. Nelson  extent: 111  Spending   lllS   thousands Or      VVe, tlie undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney   ,,  y-  ' .,;C    ; ?v                 .   . for Ilia lust 15 yeurs, nml  bellrve liim perfectly   li. C  ,'million's In tllC mining   field.     And SO    honorable In nil business transactions andfiiititi -  'v't'' �����   '^ ��� -     cially nlileto carrv oiitany obligations made by  ;. vve pelievd that the visit of the  Amen- his firm.     WAt.D!N<jlKiNMAN & Marvin-.     '  VVliolcsale nrui'gLls, Toledo, O.  Cure is taken internally, actinV  directly upon the blood ami niiicoussurrnces oi  �� ...      Can JjlStltUte.of Mining Engineers was       Hall's Calarrh Cure istakeu internally, actiii;  ���7;-���:'-','������'''^'���'���'ii^'J'���5,,���cVvV''���-���;l���'''���'������'���'������'���1'/;i.:-:������'������,' directly upon the blood ami mucous surfaces oi .   ��"��������� ..��.��..����.����--.-���..-.���.-.�� t.^..D^  ':-:4.'i;7v'.'-;-VOne,.;Ot.;tne.oesti'tninfi:s'-',that ever   hat)- the system.  Testimonials sent free.   I'rlce  75c ollond rust ulaluii, paint and and earth, etc., use  ^^''^a^-i*-'^;"1 :-   . ���*' -1 ��� r per bottle.   Sodl by all DnigKists the   "Matter   Mech��nic'��"  Tar feoap.    Albert  v-l.-^^-va-Sv OWed'-'ro-thfe'JioUnfln'rvi-'---....  ��� Take Hall'n Pamilv's Pills for eotistlnnllod. Toilet 8o��n Co.  Mfr��  Farmers, Mechanics, Sportsmanl  To heal ind lofleu the skin and remove grease  kl  m  In five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have -been .mined and  sine]ted here, with a valuation of over #.12,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy.  The greatest mines of the Boundary, are at Phoenix���not one or five  miles distant, but iu front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point,we believe tlie Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable news ofthe mines and smelters of tlie Boundary.  (!  V ���;'. '���  'rf  The  Pioneer  is  worth #10  per year-  >'able to the  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  -but  it costs  only  |2,   if the  coin comes with the order.     Make all orders  Phoenix, British Columbia  ltlMWIMlMMI,MJIJll��mmJlllum.tTTa ���ts ���*���������;<(  pit  MR  ���a  ft  Ife  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  'HE-BROOKLYN  EmLi nt .Metallurgist  Makes  Report;      .  BEST FRIENDS �� PE-RU-NA  ARE  THE  HILDREN  When Sickness Comes to the  Little Ones  It Is the Mother Who Chiefly  Suffers.  0  co! dated.  ���in1.  le  ,in ,i:iitiKSv:!Ti,l|iO r I.---H' t'  ,; j r.��� fvt.-;���-'--.   vi ' ��'���>��������� '. MV>ii'(i7:i  ,    i (l.|,'i')-.(ia-!eii-i!,'''.he !'*'<V]]i n  inn i"|'l cr <"��  l.tt  lie j.-.���).'or  (.|i\.M-.  on I1  n.;i(l  ���)i'il>o!i., oi S.ili I.iti^C'i-i^f'VjIi.  K. ,���iiH-., .1! (lie ���kirii\Cr''llii'.>pi--'\\ii;  ���   ������        ��� !v ,,|||   .sl.'ftk   ';,  in n;  i r-. m  ul      ;i  I li.-  a.'U1  jii-l  lis   I"-  Si. in>v ri.ii-'f.  She snfferB oven more than tba child  Who happens to bo tick.  Her sympathy in deeper than that of  '   fVi   Rr R   f or��l   8n>'otller member of tho family.  lOpei'ti^S O. tvi. ex. .-a. v-uix |      The mothers look forward with dread  to tlio torrid heat of summer, thinking  oUhetr children and the many liabilities  to disease that are before them.  Spring and summer are Bare to bring  ailments, especially among the little  folks.  Itdoos not take a mother very long to  discover .that Peruna is the best friend  she has In time.* of Illness among the  children-;  This doctor* way come and go with  their iliffcj(,"nt theories  and constant  changed rci-awlion.  i^hic-j/   Tho doctor of years ago gave entlroly  -    11:11    dllTerontremedtuH tliau ho does today.  Koch year llnds Bomo change In his  pre-scriptlons and in the drugs he relies  upon.  A Multitude of Mothers  ilavo discovered that Peruna Is the  stand-by, and that in all the ailments  of spring aud summer to which the  children are subjected, Peruna Is tho  remedy that will most quickly relieve.  ,-)Whether it Is uprlng fever or stomach  'drrangoment, whether il is indigestion  tvli.  Oi  ll.t!,,'  -. .ni:;'.  ;il.:i.r  r;.li-.f  Hi Ia  ���4  irOrflll  ftfyi tin M.-"s!,y:, >  ill 4'i; in.lie 1 ir)i l,  ll.i- -'i.  1 CO?  "<(: ,  !..- i.ir.:    w.hut  |i;:n.'i!;.n-() Fei'iii.iry I >  ;'. .!,;!.,  ':>���>  !'>.-' *iZ!' "'   ,!''���  .���   \|:-.  |. iii,,-i!.-ii ;.;ii.i  '.h-it..  II'... |,i;..;i. f! I'-* . 0<t!a;?H,il    ^  i',,;.; hJ:  .n-uriiix^'t.aniiv.II/^pjv'yVi  In.- nivii-  iu.-i;y>  Kavviiiiie,' Mi  ���%;{W^i  '^t\^\*UM*h<v.xfr *#i^M%^���* dIsoase^cal"rh'llconeos��on  ' ' .".,,.    .'.,,,   .���. i-'-iKwV.'tr,--1-;-'**' ,ho ��*>������o"�� surfaces ia tho caTise.  3-1   .'icfev;  Mull  ta-'n  ,.              iao���* ��runa quickly relieves this condition  huiuiliit    ciinip,   ^Hii^d-o, the muc0UB membra���eSi   Its opota.  Ko^y'.'ind    lull (iiiV-'^vfe1..��� ,        '^���Y,  !.;llu"  . -iinr.  ���i; I���;i>s"i,7'i,:itcies;. 1 '<.-;��j.1 -vVt>t,t.  p<--s|\]5'tlon Is prompt, the children do notdis-  StMi.-t-'t, C. O.' -1.) , (Jti>w IJ;; $iH  "'"' - :u.-ri-.<'  '���/-  piny  I'...:-.  iiniii  17  c  can f  .....in UVi-lit <'  ���, i-.vi.i limine'-  ,in- ^ivcn!ii.M--.,  05 f  Itiirjit'.-s !.) liit-^ooiii-  ���ini.-i:er,'ii r.i.ii'i'nia'Mt,  r  ii,i  Imcii x ';tnil'ti'ii.i.ii'"i! caii.i;>^i.>.d  '"KtfiMA.  .; i   like to take tlie medicine, it has no dele  jjt<'rlouB effects In any part of the body.  .   It simple  eemoves tho cause  of the  diuagreeablo Bymptomu and restores the  health.  Peruna is not a physic.   Peruna is not  pels'.  Vali  tt'ilV   ll'tini  'SS^ytdftiTit;  m.  'anervlno nor a narcotic.   Peruna does  not produce any drug habit, however  ' '|>.-;.Iii-ookl.v\\) '<ii-ve'!t>puK-nt  c<msi>l.��  (���fii shiii'i 350 fet-t!ei-p tiiul .VSoolQJiL  nl i:iidt-rgrouiul||Vo;k."tiiis.   'lhe iiideiC'"  ;i���(.le-'uih i/l" 250 f^jho��-.s a   fcielch   ol  .joli.it Irom-rtiti.-.'.^itre t" inis"depti',  mil lias I'.i-en'tii-ve'iniied. lo'-.thw'  soul1  ol ihe si.aft :.!<ii'ijr ihe.^lr.'ke :il the 150  ami 25o"'l'v'oi-lvyL-is..-fe.r   eoo   le-'i-t,  al.  in uvemyeyood or<!,...  .'l-lleven  .'���ahipk'.'-  on the 250 (Vol k.v--!,' i-;ir(.'fui!y   taken  aioii" the -entin.- 'il^iii'nci!  awin-e���'as|  Copper; i.4j%:'K<>-ifr'$'lv'^; si'Vei, ..  iron, i.;.j%; isiiicn, '3^.v>^v; 111 iif, 17%V  - 3.-.  :>/,;..i-\  tin  I ���  an(f  All of the ore ink tin nut I  minion C<i|)[vr C<'. froin liu:  250 foot levy!-;, ,-w'ii.s,'jjliti'eti un the  dump. Of ihiKj .y',264 ions snieheil  un to November, 190.1, gave. 1 he foll-  o'viiii; iivern'^c-s:-, Goppe'',  ;;i,(i(V/.: L,o!d,  $��'/..   .". .:    ���  ,':;.,   liv-.-lht  "$  In 11.11 ih.- 1 5 . n'nil .'50 Ion: \.\j%  ol.n.vln-j   tivera. e-   mus   nliiiij^ed  .M  jj; silver, .25. . ";��!,  l-'roiii 26,530.''tons   Viiifl'lVt  Mdiiln-aroi' ll<i>.lou:.^i>.;. iiu- 1 iu:  laki-n Ir  tin-   I  (...ppi-r,   \Mi/J. 'p>;i!;   $i-%��f^'-UT-<  .:v.  iron,   i.^X: Mlxa,   /ff/1 S  \<m>\  '���''"'���    ; '     '���".   \ff���>���&���  '   ''..  \'|Mi\v'��/ o"r,r :iv-  ;r-Mi.tii.i��l4   'ii-fJ/i-'.^',:   I5.0i)i;l>i  is 26:,ooo tuns, whrh ��V'SHfunitt!n 01''  ' >ali: Inures' 1.43^ c:i.| pe -, $1 Ji j;.":i1-  .25 silver per ton. ('upper at 15c. pc:  II). gives this a i;ross vulue-ol- $5-S��  per tovi.' I-le esiiniateii with reason-  abloJJ|rfeiniy   an adiliiioiial' 150,000  '..twns/ipff"feet dee[)er, vvhere stitTicieni  dev^-yjineiil has oce'tirreti to   indicate  long it may bo taken.   Peruna is not a  stimulant.  Peruna la a specific remedy  for all  catarrhal ailments of winter and summer, acute or chronic.  ;-vTlie mothers all over tho United States  are the best friends that Peruna has.  I'he Mothers Hold Pe-ru-na in High  Esteem,  Not only because it lias cured them of  their various ailment*, butbecauso It  always rescues th�� children from the  throes and grasp of catarrhal disease's.  n Wc have in our files bushels of tostl-  Wonlals from mothers whose children  itayo been cured by Peruna. Howevor,  tho large majority of mothers who use  'Pcn;na, we never hear from.  cBut>?.'jj.do hear.from a great ntimbor  C;f mothers who aro so overjoyed at  some special good they have received  from Peruna that they cannot restrain  tholr enthusiasm. They aro anxious to j  ���hare these benefits with other mothers. I  Pe-ru-na Should Be Kept In  Every Household  Where IVre Are Littl*  Children.  The Benefit Which the Children of  the United States Have Received  From Pe-ru-na Can Never Be  Pnt Into Words.  The chronic ailments it lias prevented,  the suffering it has mitigated, will  never be fully recorded.  . But at least this much can bo said that  the noming generation owes a great  debt to Peruna, for it is in the tender  years of youth that slight aliments are  liable to develop into lasting disease,  thus blasting tho whole career of the  individual. ,  The mothers who aro bringing up their  children to-day, to believe in Peruna  are doing a great work,for humanity.  These children brought up to believe  in Peruna from the start, will, when  they become heads of families themselves, use Peruna with unquestioning  faith...   :'\  Pe-ru-na Protects the Entire  Household.  As soon as the value of Peruna is  appreciated by every household, both as  a preventive and cure, tens of thousands  of lives will be saved, and hundreds of  thousands p�� chronic,.lingering- cases of,  catarrh willbo prevented. I  Mrs. Thresa Booke,258 X. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111., Treasurer Ladies'  of the Maccabees, writes:  "In our homo Peruna is the only medicine wo have Grandmother, mother,  father and child, all have used Peruna. ltisour great remedy foi cjtauhof  the stomach and head, colds, and female complaints of which ithn-> cu'ed mo  "Wo find it of great value when my husband becomes worn out or cateiit-,  cold.   A conple of doses cure him.  "Iftlie baby has colic, orany stomach disorders, a dose or two cures her.  "I consider Peruna finer than any doctor's medicine that I have ever  tried, and I know that as long as we have it In the house, we will all be  able to keep In good health."..Thresa Rooke.  No Doctor Eequired.  Mr. Edward Otto, 927 De Soto street,  St. Paul, Minn., writes:  "I cannot say enough for Peruna. It  lias done great work in my family, especially for rriy oldest boy; We had  doctored With three or four different  doctors and they did not seem to do him  any good.   .',......  "We gavo up hopes of cure, and 10 did  they, but we pulled him through on  Peruna.  ������We had several doctors and they  said they could do no more for him so  we tried Peruna as a last resort, and  that did the work.   Since then we keep  It In the house all the time, and no) Peruna contained nay dru.  doctoris required.".-EdwardOtto.      lcoticnature.  Po-ru-na Contains Ko Karcotica.  One reason why Peruna has found permanent uso in so many homes i.-i that it  contains no narcotic of any kind. Peruna is perfectly harmless. It can be  used any length of time without acquiring a drug habit. Peruna docs not produce temporary results. Itis permanent  in.its effect.  It has no bad efTect upon the system,  andpradually eliminates catarrh by removing tho cause of catarrh.  There are a multitude of homes where  Peruna has been used off and on for  twenty years.  Such a thing could not be possible if  of a nar-  .\. .ii.ti farmer, New Martinsville,  W. Ya., -writes:    .     ,.  "Our little son, Harry, is well and  healthy now and we think if we do as  you directed us, he will keep his health  and grow strong.  ������We know thai ot:r little son's life  was sa ved by your wonderful medicine,  Peruna, and we shall always praise  Paruna and use it la our family when  needed. .  "Should we have any more catarrhal  trouble in our family, we shall always  write to you for treatment."���G. H.  Farmer.' ���������������,������  Mr. Howard Andrew Sterner, Muddy  Creek, Pa., writes:  "I have Peruna in my house all the  time and won't be without it. It is good  for children when they take a cold or  croup. It cured my baby boy of croup.  "I have introduced Peruna into six  familiessinccl recoivod your last letter,  and four have seVn^relief already."���  Howard Andrew Sterner.  Peruna should be kept in the hooM  all the time. Don't wait until the child  is sick, then send to ii drug store. Bnt,  have Peruna on hand���accept no substitute.  Childrenare especially liable to acutr  catarrh. Indeed, most of tho affection*  of childhood are catarrh.  ' All formsof sore throat, quinsy, croup  hoarseness, laryngitis, etc., are but different phases of catarrh.  Mrs. Amelia Sailer, Menasha, Wta.,  writes:  "I have used Peruna for a number of  years. It cured me of chronic catarrh  which 1 suffered with from infancy.  "When my three children were born  they all had catarrh, but I have given  them Peruna and find it very effective  in ridding them of this horrible trouble.  I find that it is also good to give them  as a tonic and a preventative of colds  and colic.  ������In fact, 1 consider It a household  blessing. I would not know bow to  raise my children without It 1 am  pleased to give It my recommendation."���Amelia Sailer.  Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President  of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.  All correspondence held strictly. 1  fldontial.  Mi. Johnson's e\'...#i).i\v tn  i-l"i;r->-ii-.eii.i>'k   MrfJltf.^V  c<)im'ihii.V;'-v,.ol' ore..' In I'diiitiun Hie  Granny Oo^'ias proved ore lo .1 depth  of .500* feet By actual work, and an ad  diticmal 100 feet by diamond drill.  \lr., Johnson saw no reason why the  Hrooklyn lode should not continue to  same depth'.  lie found the Steniwinder devel-  ed to a depth of 200 feet and about  1,200 feet of underground workings,  the lode being paral'el to lhe Brooklyn, about'1,000 feet east. An average  of samples taken at the ti.( loot level  tftve the following values: Copper,  1.4'/.'; gold, .$1.00: silver .25. He  allowed'no availa.ble tonnage hen:, but  expected the lode to develop and return  a large number' of tons. It can be-  easily and cheaply opened.    . . 7  lie found little work "done on the  Idaho except on lhe surface, luit the  Giiinby Co. is taking out close to 2,000  tons daily from the adjoining claims,  and he*''expected larre deposits ol ore  would be shown by systematic, (level  opnii'iu. The Great Northern had  just completed a track across the north  end 01 ihe claim, and had exposed ore  for mote tliitn 25 feet in width. Hi'  would only take the claim into account  prospectively, bm certainly Uiought;-it  would prove a very valuable one and  warrants 'expenditure to thoroughly  prospect and develop it  iind treated books show ail average  i-inyf.rviiliie of $7.67 in gold. Would expect to find sulphide ore below the  oxidized zone and would be disappointed if it did not contain good copper values. Consider this a very good  prospect.  Al the Sunset he found a 200 foot  -iiafl wit1; in 1 viirk below 2CO foot  ie-ve-l, and eon--.idi-i-ai.le' work at ico  foot level, shoving 11 laij.e tonnage of  ore fiom surfiice dnwn. Ore value le  nv.inly for fluxing qualities is obtainable ai this mine, containing o 6% cop  per;, .Soc gold; jcc silver; 2A,i 'r<'n;  2T,'/0 siiica. and 1 1% lime. It can he  mined at low cost, and there is sufficient available to answer' requirements  of the sme-her for a long period. j  Mr. Johnson cone-Hided his report  as follows:  "With present method of mining  and smelting it is costing the full value  of the ore to pay expenses. The -equip  ment of the mines is not of the proper  type or of sufficient power for. economical work; the mines are not developed  far enough ahead and no development  is now being done. The prospects ol  obtaining a very large tonnage of ore  on the several properties, particularly  the Dominion and Rawhide groups,  seem most certain.  'in order to put  the   mines   on a  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?j  Ai th.  hide Mr. Johnson fmind  untkiground workings of about 600  feet m:\ depth of I So feet, the ' n being taken out of a airi'ace quarry at  the'rate of about 300 tons daily. lbs  average ��� sampling gave the following :  Copper, 1.4 per cent; gold, 9oc-' sl1  ver, ->5rr'.;; gross''' value. $5.3.=;. '''''  figured 239,000 tons of ore' available  from the .small amount of work done,  and after proper development be vvou d  expei t to mine an additional 1,000,000  tons from tlie Rawhide.  The Mountain Rose he found to  have a'vein 20 to 25 feet wide, and  explored for a length of 150 foet._..Ore  contains from 40 to 50 pet cent iron,  30 per cent sulphur, and about $1.00  in copper, gold and silver; is valuable  only as a flux for ores from the other  mines. The Lancashire l.ass bus a 50  foot shaft, .and the vein, from 10 to 15  feet wide, has been stripped for 5����  feet, showing continuous ore, with  from 2,000 to 3,000 Inns on die  dump. Same character and metallic  contents as Mountain Rose.   .  At the Athulstan lie found'no equipment and little work that could be  closely examined. Outcrop shows  large body of oxidized ore, containing  gold and a little silver and copper.  From 4,060 tons shipped to  smelter  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  L'aruuidi Salt Luke City, oli-nwoo-.l Springs, I.eadville, Pueblo,  Colorado Siii-in^s ami Denver.  A Daylight Ride tiipou^ retire's Art Gallery  I'assinjr Castln Utile, Cmion of Tin: Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Mmshiil 1'nss aiul tlie Koyul Gorge.  3 Fast Trains Daily Bet. Ogden ond Denver ^  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEER NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER .CAN'T'HE FOUND.  .  .'I hi n buy-the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  cainp, on ('op-  CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER  Koi- Detailed lnfoi million, address  \V. C. McBKIDE, General Aijent.' 124 Tiiir.l Street. PORTLAND, OREGON  '   "** W?/^  P�� ^ ^...ffL  Myyyy vyyy^r'C'C'c ^ ^ ^  production  ol  1,500 tons per day and (Jh ,  keep tlie cost of production down to a | ^f  point   that  would 'make the operation j kjlJ  profitable, there should be an expendi |   ||  lure  of $j.s��.ooo   for additional fur-  ��W  naces, conver.'ing plant, electric power  equipment, compressor and   mine  development.    1 am satisfied that if this  he dune a profit of $1.25 per ton am  he obtained, based on the selling price  of copper at 12): cents per lb.      The  result,   however,  can  be assured only  upon competent, skilful and   economi  cal  management,   with modern equipment-and improved methods   both  in  mining and smelting."  The Source of Neuralgia.  It runs hand in hand with poor  blood and weak neives. Health runs  down, nerves get irritable, neuralgia  trouble follows. For the moment applications may relieve���but to thoroughly cure, the system must be strengthened with nutritious blood.  What can equal Ferrozone? It increases the appetite, forms abundance  of rich life-giving blood, supplies nutriment and building material for worn-  out nerves. Ferrozone completely  cures neuralgia. Every root and branch  ofthe disease it kills. Absolute success  in every case. Stop suffering���fifty  cents buys Ferrozone. Fifty chocolate  coated tablets in a box at any drug  store.  MINERAL  ACT.  Certificate 0) Improvements.  til*  M  t)  m  Do You  Want A Copy?  There are a few copies left of the Midwinter-Xuinber of  the Pioneer. They, were held for a special order, but were  never claimed, and will be deposed of to the first comers.  The issue contains 32 large pages and cover with near!)  100 illustrations, thoroughly describing the large mines and.  smelters of the Boundary.  Just the thing tj send to friends far away, telling them of  the Boundary and of I'hoenix.  The Pioneer spent a thousand dollars in publishing this  number, but you can get them, while- they last, at 25 cents  each.  ADDRESS,  Great strength, long- experience and thorough   equipment enable this Bank to offer   prompt  and   efficient  service in every branch of the Banking Business.  3 per cent interest on Savings Accounts.  Eastern   I ownship  Kstiilili-il'.eil 185H.  ��w����T<?S��&i*S���'A>'��):��e''' ���  IMONKEI! liLOCIC,  T1I0NK NO. M.  PHOENIX, B. C  NOTICK.  sitmlc   in   Uic  (i,��m���o.lMi"i^'��wVio;.'o<V��l<;I>iSt.ict.  Wi",Ju.a.ti-<l:   Hkylnrk com,..  ���Utile C- icf". Mit'.ernl. Claim  ; tlml ncjioii..",'!^ s��  pip pose  S,,r��^,'*��^i^*^���l',,e'M, "  ofsni-'  But'  :li Certificnte of Iniinovi-itn-ntn.  ti-t tills 51I1 <lny ofjuiif, A.I). 1905.  I. P. Mel.  KOD.  Pliocnix-  ttceawood  Leave. Phoenix    ���  Leave Greenwood  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Norio.K.-  'Stii-lingliaill Vrnclional" Mineral I'laim, Mliinte  ]       111 the (Ireeiiwooci. Mining Iiivimou of Vale  I)i tricl.  1    VVIitrelocalcd:  In ��� I.oitie K.!  1 nt-r Creek  ; TAKI-: NO'riCK Dixit 1. Irl.-nic li. lilllit-tl, tit  ' n.i;clit Un- W'lllhini Kririi, y, 1-iee Mill el's Certifica In  No. 118043.1,OeotL'C VV Kinntiergi-r l-'ree Miner's  I'irlilicaU- No. H"-oo.i:'>, Janus .\ ^rsliall, Kiee  Mii-er's ' erlificatc No. ISc-5.1l, Alex.mler  Slraclian Vn-eMinrrN Certificate No. S..733, ami  James K MacHiilay, Kree Miner's Certificate No.  U80509, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  ito apply to tlie Mining Recorded for a Certificate  of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant on the above claim  1     And further take notice tliatnclioii, tinder slc-  uM.-li -iivi'S IVif.-ct Work ill l! e&horlett ] 0111137, nmstbtc-inintiicid btfore the issuance  j of such Cerlific.-Ue of Iinpr. venieiits  Dated ill is 191  A Standard Visible Writer.  ii:ne Willi the.greatest case  Write for Catalogi  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoen.j, B. C.  ion  7-13  ate oi Iinpr.venieiits  nil day of August, A.D. I934.  i. 11. HALunr.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Gait Coal     .. Hay, Grain,   g  delivered to any part of  the city.  Oats, Wjiicat, Ficeh.etc.  I-irye stock.  Good Dry Wood.        ^8  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,       iM$:iWr        Phoenix, B. C.  9.00 a.  3.30 P- ni.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S- McCAGUE, Proprietor.  Tiie new edition of tin-COIM'Ki: IIANDItOOK list> nml ileserilii's :!,:-{ll cop-  uiT iiiities aiul cupper niinini: eompiiiiii'.-', in nil pitrts of the vvorlil. riivfi-inj; the  L'lulii*, tlii't-eili'sci-iPtions nuieini; in.in t\\.. lines to 12 pnyes in l.-niilli, iii-i-orilinir to  iinportiiui'tMif the mines. The il.-sniptiims are not piuldeil, but give fm-ts m tlie  most eonilensed ami i:>-t-at-able i'nrni.  Then'aie'alrt i lii'tei'ii iniri.-elhinn.iis .-liaptt'i-s, devoted to the liistorv. Uses.  T��Tiiii��iiilcijry, (ifO'.'i-npliv, lieoloe'v, (.'hiini-tiy, Miiiei-aluu'V, Jletallurcy, KiiiniH-es  mitl Slutisli'es nl ('iip|-n-i-,'r.-niii-r.i|7 the volume a veritiitili' encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everytliinirpeilainine't'i tin- metal.  It Is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  Kvt'i-y Miner, Prospector, Investor, Hanker, and ihoker needs tlie hoolc. Price  is^oin Biickraiii'hiiii)iiif;vvitli trilttop.oi-!f7..r'0 i" f��H libi-ary niorioi'co, and the  book, ineitliur bindin-, will ho sent, lullv prepaid, on approval, toanv addresa in  tlie world, to be paid for if found xatisfacmry, or may returned wit Inn a week of receipt and tliecharne  cm ceiled.    Adding the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  NOTICK. ,-  Summit, Mayflower, Hopewell, Balsam Fractional, Cattot Israel iouat aud Mayilower Fractional Mineral claims,, Hituate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���In Summit camp.  Talio Notice that I, Isnac H. Hallett, at agent  for Douuald Mclnnis, free Miner's Certificate  No. B7-I59I; George VV. Rumberger, Free .  Miner's Certilicate No. B805;B; and Thomas  Koderick. Kree Miner's Certificate No. B804U1,  intend, sixty days trom tho date here"! to apply to the Minim; Recorder for certificates ol  improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining;  Crown Oiants for the above cialms.  .And rurtlicr take notice that action, under  Hcctiou 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Cettifjca ten of Improvements.  Dated this29th dayof September, A. I). 1904.  -r>- I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  l'itot mineral cl ni in, situate in the (ireen wood  uiiuiiiK division of Ynle.Mslricl.  Where located���in l'ruvidi-nce camp.  Take notice Hint I, lane II Hallett, as agent  fur Thmiins Roderick, l-'it-e Minei's Certificate  No. 1180401, and James Marshall, l-'n-e Miner's  Ceiiificiue No. HSo^iq, inti-nd, sijly days from  lhe ur.te htreof, to npplv tu the Mitiinj; Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Oraut of the nl>ove  claim.  And further lake notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the i��su.  ance of such Certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 25II1 day of January, A. I). 1005.  I. II. HALLETT.  If You're Interested  - IN  THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  Plioerkix  Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest  News of   boundary's  Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  address:  Pioneer Publishing Co,,  I'HOKNIX  15, C.  ... ..in muui�����lM��U��MHIW.WUiW��ll  TTPS^;��F51P'B-r*,T!7Sf,r.T!rPTraii��5  TS^r'  3SI��  1!  |JT-I F  THE PHOEfrEE PIONEER.  It  I  a v0  B' '  K*  3-  &'���'  Leading Hotel of Bouodnj's Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Kooh Hill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, I!. C.  J. A. MeMASTER  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Proprietor.  Annual Public School Report.  Total daily attendance .   ...13414  Total actual attendance  V,  In and Around Phoenix  11KIEK TOPICS  OF LOCAL  AND  CIEMCRAL  IKTRKKST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  mwmmmwmmmwwwmmi  &  The old reliable, Boyle the druggist.  Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all repairs.  Quality first, price next; Boyle, the  druggist.  J. I* Martin will buy International  Coal shares.  Prescriptions our specialty, Boyle,  the druggist.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Balmoral  hotel July 9 to 12.  Dr. Matheson will he at his dental  parlors, Bank block, as usual, from  July 10th to 14th.  Tust received, Knamelled Souvenir  Brooches, Hat Pins, Sash  Pins,  and  '   others.   G. E. Dey, the jeweler.  Wedding invitations and announcements promptly executed in the latent  styles jn the Pioneer Job Department.  Phoenix Socialist League meets  Tuesdays, 7.30 p.m., Miners' Hall.  Readings from Socialist authors given.  Discussion invited.  Miss Howe, matron of the hospital,  will probably leave today for a month's  vacation, which will be spent in Spokane and Nelson.  Don't overlook the fact that the  Phoenix Pioneer makes a specialty of  fine job work���the kind that you,  mayhap, have been looking for.  W. R. Matheson, who was  thrown  from his horse on the road to Green  wood some tvio weeeks ago and  badly  ��� bruised, is able to be around once  more. -  Bovle is the druggist.  Souvenir Jewelry at Dey's.  Dey, the Jeweler for Enamelled  Souvenirs. >  Donald McCallum, of Grand Forks,  was in the city last Thursday.  Jupiter Pluvius has been favoring  this locality in no small degree of late.  No gathering in weekly session was  held^ by the city council hst Wednesday.  Isaac Crawford is taking his daughter  .Irene on a week's trip to Nelson and  Sandon.    J  Lloyd A. Manly, of Grand Forks,  came up from the Forks with the mining engineers Thursday.  The water and light company has  begun work of putting in a four inch  main on Old Ironsides as far as the C,  P. R. depot.  Airs. McKelvey lias leased the Dominion house, and is having it repaired. H. A. Wright is applying for a  license to open the bar in the same  house.  .i3��'4;-  Average daily attendance ...  66.07  Average actual attendance ... 64.10  Pupils actually attending during the year 145  LIST Or PROMOTIONS���DIVISION I.  (a) From Primer I. to Primer II.:  Bessie Heidman, Alma Hendrickson,  Florence Svvanson, Ruth Swanson, Arthur Watkins.  (b) From Primer II to Reader I. :  Harold Bell, Sigre Elmgreen, Annie  Graham, Hazel Hudson, Annie McKeown, Lauiel Pickard, Jessie Pierce,  Edna Swanson, Arthur Walters.  (c) From Reader 1. to Reader II.:  Maxine Blass, Albert Elmgreen, Gertrude Knott, Albert Watkins.  ROLLS OK HONORS���DIVISION I.  Proficiency Albert J. Bra/el  Deportment Nellie G. Ingram  Regularity and Punctuality  Arthur Swanson  DIVISION 11.  Proficiency Hattie Graham  Deportment Gertrude Knott  Regularity and Punctuality     Arthur Walters  PUPILS   NEITHER   AIIShNT  NOR   TARDV  DURING JUNE���DIVISION I. ^  Mildred Bissell, Kate Bell,'Hazel  Blass, Irene Cravviord, Gladys Pickard,  Grace McKenzi;, Mabel McKeown,  George Heidman, A. S. S'vanson, Arthur Swanson.  DIVISION 11.  Albert Elmgreen, Sigre Elmgreen,  Bessie Heidman, Annie McKeown,  Gordon Shepard, Edward Svvanson,  Florence Svvanson, Ruth Svvanson,  Arthur Walters, Alvine Hendrickson,  Selnta Hendrickson, Helen Quimivan.  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICE in hereby giver. U'at tin- co-  p.irtership heretofore cxipt'nir helween  Alexander Greijr ami llnph McDonald,  niuler the stvle anil title of Hreiit <S. McDonald, as "propriet.n- <>f the Bellevne  Hotel, at Phoeniv, B.C., is thin day dissolved bv mutualroiisciit.  All bifis on ing tlie raid firm must be  Iiaid to the said Hinih McDonald ami all  at-coiints due bv the paid firm will be  settled by eaid Hugh Mi-Doniihl.  All billHoviiiiK'be Kin1 firm mutt he  pan! on or before the I5ib ilayof July.  1905.  tSigneil)  ' AI h\.   (iUEIO.  Ilt&ii Mc Dovald.  Dated ut Phoenix, B.C., this 17th day of  June, 1005.  Aopllcatlcn for Transfer of Llqoor License.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend  10 apply at the next meeting of the  Board of License ('oniiiii-sioiiers for the  Corporation of the City of I'lioorux for  the tiansferof tlieliriT.se now held by  me to eell liquors hv retail on thb premise? known 118 the Central hotel, corner Old Ironi-iile* avenue and Second  street, Phoenix,l< C, 10 August Jackson.  (Signed)  Kit IMC Akdkiimiv.  Dated at Phoenix. B.C., this 1 SirJj day of  June. 1905.  fWk  Application far Liquor License.  NOTICK in luri-bv pivcii Ihat I intern!  to apply to the Ho id of l.nni'-e Cuin-  niirtMoneia ol the Coipoi::lion ofthuCitv  of Phoenix, at itp next meeting, for the  uritnlinj.' of a liceiiH- foi permission In  sell liquors at retuii on 1 In- iireini.uee  known as the Now Itp'oMyn Hotel,  ���xmlliweM (inner of Dominion avenue  and I'hoenix st.,knoun a". f/ot".J0 and !)  Bloek 1, ltwiihPrici'rH �������� 1 (Iiximoii, in the  Citvof Phoenix   I! C.  (SiBl.l'll) n  ���ItVIPh   AIaHMIUX.  Dated at Plioenif, K.C , this 15th dav  of June, 1005.  Stationers,   Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  Knob Hill Ave.'        Phoeaix, B C.  ��   We Carry:-  ^Jv The finest line of iiiipor-  \ti ted and Domestic Cigars,  yf Toba< cos. Pipes and Snio-  ���W'.Kers' Supplies.  }fr The latest styles:, in Sta-  V|i tionery for every kind ofuse^,  with views of Phoenix.  The latest Newspapers,  Magazines and Periodicals  of all kinds.  Souvenir Postal Cards in  almost endless variety.  GIVE US A CALL  Mcltoe Bros! Smith  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoer.ix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ttes,etc.,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. B*SP���**xa* mi k.  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  ������ leading mines bought and sold.  G. W. Rumberger  EAGLES HAD CROWDED HOUSE  , James Marshall has decided to heat  his   new   Brooklyn   hotel   with   hot  water.   The   building is now begin  7 ning to assume shape with   a large  force of workmen.  Did you get a copy ofthe Midwinter  Number of the Pioneer for that friend  in the east? If not we have a few left  that can be had at two bits each, ready  wrapped for mailing.  J James McGregor, of Nelson, provincial mining inspector, came into  camp Wednesday, and examined the  place where Frank Loster was killed  at the Granby niines'the day before.  "   l Supt. A.B.W. Hodges, ofthe Granby  Co., and wife, went to Victoria Tues  day with the miningengineers'party.and  will be gone a couple of weeks, taking  in the Portland fair before returning.  . William Fleet Robertson, provincial  mineralogist, was here Thursday with  American Institute of Mining Engineers  returning to the coast the same night.  It was his first visit to Phoenix in three  years. \f    '  _' Jack Dale, an employee of the  Granby mines had the misfortune to  fracture his leg Thursday evening while  riding to Greenwood. He was taken  to the hospital where the injured member was reset.  The Miners' Union, through its  building committee, having settled on  the location, for the new opera house  and hall, is now looking into the best  kind of plans for the erection of the  new building. Something will doubtless be known about it before long.  Prof. Buell will give one of his spectacular entertainments on the evening  of July nth, at Miners' Union hall.  It will be given under the auspices of  the Catholic Ladies'Aid society, and  Prof. Buell's "Tour Around the  World" is well spoken of by the press  wherever he has been.  Rev. C. N.rWhittaker, pastor ofthe  local Methodist chnrch, arrived last  Saturday to take charge. Mr. Whitta-  ker has been stationed at Dawson for  the -.last two years, and has an interesting fund of reminiscences of that  much advertised gold ramp. He  preached for the first time in Phoenix-  last Sunday.  W. H. Fisher started Monday on  the grading to be done on Dominion  avenue for the Great Northern, to  c omplete the work l^ft undone for the  city last winter. His teams worked  for several days but stiiking some  rock, Mr. Fisher is now consul 1 ing  with Engineer Hastie, of the Grea.  Northern in the matter,  i John Jordan, of the firm of Burns &  Jd'rdan who spent several months Ik n  last year, was in the city yesterday on  ill Over the Boundary  Geo. A. Fraser, M.L.A., of Grand  Forks, went down to Victoria this  week.  It is reported that Grand Forks is  to have a warehouse of the Standard  Oil Co.  The members of the Odd Fellows  lodge at Grand Forks, with their  friends are taking an excursion to Curlew Jake today.  The Anglican people at Eholt held  a Sunday school picnic Wednesday,  Rev. Steele, of Grand Forks, being in  attendance.  The Grand Forks Conservative Association held a meeting Monday and  passed some resolutions regarding  southeast Kootenay coal licenses.  Midway people are much excited  over the probability of immediate' railway construction at that point. And  there seems to be reason for the excitement.  Mayor G. R. Naden, of Greenwood,  is reported to be out west of that city  with Great Northern right of way  agents, securing property needed by  the company.       > *A  Judge Andrew Leamy, ofvtl^ county  court, h.rs been confined to his home  at Grand Forks by a complication of  diseases, since his return'fiom New  Westminster.  Miss Ethel, third daughter of Chas.  and Mrs Hay, was married on Thuis-  day at Grand Forks to L. XV. Hale,  the ceremony being performed by Rev.  J. B. .Robertson.  J. F. Royer is considering making  the Chesaw-Hedley end of his Phoe  nix-Hedley stage line daily instead ol  three times a week, as at present. He  will also probably extend the line to  Princeton, 23 miles beyond Hedley.  The survey for the Bennington Falls  high tension pole line from Rossbnd  10 Greenwood, has now reached Fourth  of July creek, and will soon reach  Phoenix. The contract for clearing  twenty  miles from  Rossland )o  Ladles'   Nlfht   on   Friday   Was   ���   Great  Success.  Last   Friday  night   the Eagles  of  Phoenix gave their Ladies' night,   being an  entertainment and dance, and  its populaiity was attested  by the fact  that  rarely  has there been such a big  crowd in Miners' Union hall.    D. Oxley was the chairman, the programme  consisting of eight numbers.     Rey  nolds and James gave an   overture,  Mrs. Danny Deane a mandolin  solo,  and   Lewis   and" James lepresented  Phoenix   Policemen;   Albert   Brazell  rendered a vocal   solo  pleasingly,, and  Percy   Wilkinson  in  costume gave a  sword dance and Highland fling.   The  Royal German band of iS pieces, with  Herr Spoopendike as leader, entertained the audience with sweet (?) strains,  and a sparring exhibition  by  Danny  Deane and Percy Wilkinson was also  enjoyed  One feature of the programme was  a sketch called, "Razor Jim," in which  William Fleming, Harry James, Leslie  Walters and Johnny Lewis took part.  For the sparring J. Marshall was the  timekeeper and \V. Callahan the  referee; and W Ludwig acted as floor  manager for tho dance, which lasted  for several lu urs after the programme  was fjven. The eve'it was generally  voted a great success, and was much  enjoyed.  Application for Transfer of Liquor License.  Notice is heieliv jsiven thnt I intend (������  npplv at^the next meetmir of the h-niul  of l.iii'iipe Coniiiiighioiii'rs of tht* Cot  po'iitmn of the Citv of Plmenix, for ll.i  transfer ol t lit* liicn<-i> tu fci-ll limior Ik  leluil on the |>it'iiii��i'��f.m>wn as Hliu-k'-  Hntfl, Htn.-ite on lot* II nml 12, hlm-l* 5,  of Uninlii>nc<'i'iiHiilKlivi-iiuii of Phoenix,  fiom mvfcelf to It V. Clucholin.  (Sijinwl)  J. B. ]M VC.VUI.AY.  Dated nt Phoenix,  B   C. this  loth ol  June, 1!)05.  ���?��iXSG��SXs)��iXS��^^  The  Billiard  Royal  Parlors  Information   about   Phoenix  and  the  Boundary country given on application.  & Phoenix, B; C.  Dominion Ave.  ;"'   -Telephone No. 28  B  anc  owlihg  Alleys  &  Just as a man if known  by the company he keeps  so he is known by the  clothes he wear?. If  therefore behoves him to  wear the hest when lie  c 8n Imy them aa he  ehimhl���<>f the best iva-  terial and workmanship.  Bob, the Tailor, has  been making clothes in  Phoenix for the last four  years, and has given universal satisfaction to his  long list of customers.  It makes no difference  whether you wish a top  ..notch Dress Suit-or one  "Tor everyday business  wear, or-; something out  of the 'ordinary, in the  latest Jimported goods.  He can fit you with a  suit or Buit you with,, a  fit that you will be proud  of.  He also has a nice line  of Hats and Cao�� that  are worth looking over.  Knob Hill Ave!    '  Under New Management  BlacK's Hotel  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating goods.  Special attention to dining roo.m.    Large,  airy and  well  furnished rooms.  Ed. Black.  PhtKBii, a.  WATCHMAKER  AND  IEWELER.  "BOB"  The   Tailor.  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of seasonable jewelry always^-on hand,  FIRST ST..     .      - 'HOEN1X, B. C.  George Evans  B?sr; Bowling Allfys in  the Boundary how installed and in us?.. ..  Liver  the  Cascade has been let to \V. P. Uarber,  and has been started on.  Charles H. Thomas, proprietor of  the Cascade hotel, at Cascade, won  out in the strenuous fight before the  license commissioners for the only  license in that place. The defeated  applicant was J. A. Bertois, the question being decided last Saturday at  Grand Porks, at the meeting held for  that purpose.  I  The owners of the McKinley mine  in Franklin camp, have offered to  build three miles of road if the government will build the remaining six  miles, to connect with the existing  wagon road from Grand Forks. Tlie  Grand Fotks Board of Trade endorsed  the matter strongly as did the city  council of that place. The McKinley  people have started work on their end  ot the road.  What Are They?  Chamberlain's Stomach  and  Tallets.    A new remedy for stomach  troubles,  biliousness and constipation,  and a good one.    Price 25 cents. For  sale by all druggists.  For Sale Cheap  "Bravo"  Diamond  Drill aud  small   Rand   compressor   plant!  Apply to  ESSEX GRIFFITH,  - Rossland, B. C.  Application For Liquor License.  Notice if heieliv >��iven ih.it I intend  to imike upplit'iition at the next iiieetiti):  of theboiuil of liu'iit'e 1-nminii.sioiierH of  thb City of I'hoenix, for u lu-unee to n,.||  liquor ut lutiiil on tin: premiss known  as the Dominion House, Old Irons dec  avenue, Phoenix, B, C ,  (Signed)  H. A. Wkioht.  Dated nt Phoenix, B. C. this 30th day of  June, 1005. ���> '  *3T  R. H. KARATOFSKY, Pr9p.  McHalc   Block,   K-iob   Hill Av<.  V.. V. & B. Bill Passed.  Press dispatches this week state that  his way from Oroville to Spokane jthe much discussed V., V. & E. bill  .The firm has one of the best  pieces1 of l���hich ,,as been   before commitJee J  the  I'ou>.e of Commons at Ottawa for  - work on lhe Great Northern extension  The tunnel they are starting to  drive  . Jhas^een increased in length to about  r,#oo feet, and means a year's work  for the iirm.    At  present they  have  ' 150 men on, and ex-pect to have 1  a compressor plant to furnish power.  Altogether, nearly "a thousand men  are now employed on that piece of  railway.  some weeks, has at last passed the  committee and reported favorably on,  notwithstanding the warm opposition  put up by the C.P.R. Politicians assert that this means the bill will undoubtedly pass the house, and the  senate also.!  AdmlnUtrator's Notice.  In thu Matter of the Kstale of Thomas  Here, late of the City of Phoenix, 1$.  O., Hotelkeep r, deceased.  NOTICK is hereby given thatall creditors and othera having claiint)gainst the  estate of the said Thomas Kerjr. who died  on or ahoiit the 11th daj of May, 1904.  are required, on or before'the iat'cluy of  Atigutt, 1905, to ^nd by post prepaid or  deliver to the undersigned, Administrator of the per-onit! est ale of lhe miid deceased, their Christian ami surnames,  a Idreeces and dt-icriptionii, the. full particulars of theii cliiiiMf, the utatement of  their accounts and the natiiie of the  securitiep, if any, held by them.  And further take notice that after aurh  last mentioned date the mid Adminia-  tiator will proceed to chslribute the iis-  pets of the said dece.ieed among tlie parties entitled thereto, as far as the mud  a sets Kill extern), hiivinir legaid to the  i-lniiiiti of vihit li he pliall then Imvt notice, and tlie said Administrator wih not  be liable for thecuid assetn or any pari  thereof  to any  person  or   persons of  w hose cliiiinf notice (shall not have been  leceived  by him at the time of eucji distribution,  i ated the 23id day of June, A.D. 1906  A mux Almstkom,  Administrator of the peieonal estate of  Thomas Berg, deceased.  ������st  CANADIAN/-)  Low  Return  Rates  TO  Portland, Oregon,  Exhibition  ��� ���t  ��� ���  Phoenix    and   all   Boundaty  Points   '      *  PHOENIX.  Sijm Writing on short notice.       :  Painter and  House  Decorator.  B. C. '  Estimates promptly furnished  fV*��.V^fWMYiV^^  Just   received   direct   from  Scotland a large shipment cf  "Peter Dawson's Scotch"  23.75  30 DAV LIMIT  Via Vancouver, Victoria  Corresponding rates from all Kootenay  GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  Boundary Agents for '���I'AnSP fKLKBHA I'KP BKKH."  Wholesale Denier in \T(ne��, I.iquorj ami Cigar*.  Telephone orderi receive prompt attention.  Grkenwood.B.C.       V       JAMES McCREATH, i-ROP.  Cornkr Howard And Main Sts.  points  For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or to  A. W. Haley,'       K.J.Covj.e,.  Agent, A.G.I'.Agt.  Phoenix, ��. C.   Vancouver. U.C  J. S. Carter, J). P.-A.  Nelson. B.C.  Phoeni^Peoplc rlSi  uelierally will Mini a home in S|M��kaiieH<  theliran-l lintel. Kei-enllv reiiKKlellid  ai'd refillnihhed. Under ihe hiuiiHjtti-  mentof K. E. I'liair, line of Hotel I'hair,  Nelcon. IM!. .-���'  Ail Riiti!-h Coliiinhia papers on tile.  European plan. Itul��ft.50 e��mtn to $2.00  peidav.   Free hiiHineeia all trains.  THE  NELSON, B.C.  B TOMKINS, Manager.  The Leadiof Hotel of the Rookidys  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  Complete I lousefurnishings.  For Sale  Lot 21, B!ock 19,  I  Knob Hill Avenue  Easy monthlv terms  or a  bargain for cash.    Make  me an offer.  Address the owner,  I Mrs. L. NEUKUM  f __ 940 Howard St.  *��� San Francisco, Cal.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies'/and Children's Goods  li Yo�� Want a nice nobby and U|>-to-date suit you''will*  find a choice selection iu our line of men's stylish clothing  ^_   for summer. We sell the kind t hat wear well and look well.  Men's Skirts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with  at-  .     tached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men S Hats   A large assortment, just  in, of those new  spring blocks, in Black and Brown, also a  nice  range of  straw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Oiir patent calf dress  shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy Stfits A new lot of perfect fitting noifolks and   three  piece suits, stvlish.  See our line of Ladies' U'ais.s, I.ndies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' J -inen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and -Boys' waists.

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