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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 6, 1907

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 I  <sSX_tfjr3��J_|  ft;  Special Showing this Week  at the  Big Store  *"%OF'**'  Cushion Tops,  from - ���  "       Cords,   " ���        -  '"       Ruffling, 4^ yards length @  25c.  25c,  1  Art Serge Portieres, something new, per pair  Chenille Portieres, per pair  Tapestry Portieres, from $5.00 to -  Bobinett  Ruffled Curtaining from  Ruffled Muslin Curtaining from  Nottingham Lace Curtains from  Saxony Rugs, from  Angora    "  Door Mats from  Tapestry squares from  ���35 to .75  .25 to, .40  .90 to 6.00  $7,00  6.50  10.00  per yd.  pair.  $2.25 to $5.50  1.50 to   4.50  .75 to   2.00  8.50 to 30.00  See  Window  <_X3@������  THE.  er-Mdriii w.  LIMITED.  s����������  g^^ra..*i_a.aii.��ir.��i  all Pajn>r  We make no idle boast, when  we say that we have the finest selection of WALL PAPER ever shown  in Phoenix, and at prices to suit  every one, ranging from 25c. to $1.00  for a double roll, comprising all the  best shades in Ingrains, Light and  Dark with the new Scenic Borders  in Landscape effects to go with them.  We have them in Silk and Brocade  effects, in Panel effects, Flowered  effects, and the effect they will have  on your Parlor, Sitting Room, Bed  Room or Dining Room will be marvelous, and for the finishing touches  to the wood work, we have  VARNISH   STAINS  in Oak, Golden Oak, Antique Oak,  Dark Oak, Rosewood, Cherry, WaL  nut and Mahogany.  In art enamels we have White,  Sky Blue, Pink, Red, Green, and  Black and a full line of Floor Paints,  and House Paints in all the best  shades.  \^��i  \mm'mm'^  CARNEY CONTINUES  TO LOOK BETTER  J. L.  Martin Returns  Coeur d'Alenes.  From  Joseph L. Martin, president of thu  Carney Copper Co., returned this week  from a trip of inspection to the Coeur  d'Alene country, in Idaho, where he  has valuable interests in a mining way.  While absent he visited the property  of the Carney Copper Co., near Mullin,  and another contract for 250 feet of  tunneling was let, this time to W. C.  Hower, J. O. Church, both formerly of  Phoenix, and their associates.  Manager Greenough, of the Carney,  is one of the most enthusiastic of the  shareholders of the property, which  consists of a number of likely copper  claims in a group, and he insists that  the Carney has today a much better  showing than the Snowstorm, in which  he has a large interest, had at the same  stage of development. As is well  known now, the Snowstorm is paying  dividends at the rate of three per cent  monthly regularly, with the likelihood  of its being increased to five per cent  each thirty days in a short time.  As one indisputable evidence of the  confidence had in the Carney group in  the Coeur d'Alenes, Mr. Greenough  points out that the men who are working in the property have asked for the  privilege of taking part of their pay in  shares of the company at the market  price.  Mr. Martin says that it is the in  tendon to begin making shipments of  ore from the Carney at the earliest possible date. He is satisfied that the  Carney is today one of the best things  in the Coeur d'Alene district, for the  amount of work that has been done in  development.  NEW  TWO ALDERMEN  Nominations Arc Set  for July \\.  City Team to Be Sold-Upset  Price, $600.  $21  Having been passed favorably by  the finance committee, the following  accounts were ordered paid;  M. Mclntyre  Phoenix    Electric    Lighting  Co. ...        ....  McRae Bros. & Smith, Ltd.  W. A. Thrasher    ...  B. C. Gazette  Pioneer Publishing Co.  Volunteer Firemen.:.  E. A. Cusick ...  Jas. Bryson...  M. M. Stephens    ...  Hardy & Co.  Morrin, Thompson & Co  .   218  00  .   .4  00  I  25  5  00  8  5��  9  00  3  ��S  11  00  S.  80  1  86  0  80  JOETAYLOR  PASSED AWAY  At the regular bi-weekly meeting of  the city fathers, held lasjl Wednesday  evening, besides Mayor Matheson, there  were present Alderman Birnie, Carson,  McKenzie and Porter. .The most important business done  The  was  Total  $289 46  End  of Aged   Boundary   Prospector.  Many Friends Did  Honor  The Old Timer.  to  jestic Mining Co.; but has not been  worked for several years, owing to  lack of transportation facilities.  Joe Taylor made his home in Wellington camp, a couple of miles west  of Phoenix, where he was interested in  a number of promising crown granted  mineral claims. He had lived there  practically all alone for several years,  being frequently in town, however. He  leaves two brothers in Missouri, one  of whom is expected to come out here  and look after the estate.  Scandinavians Elect Officer*.  Jack Munroe at Co-slt.  An exchange has the following about  Jack Munroe: "Jack Munroe, the erstwhile exponent of jabs and counter-  jabs in the prize ting, is in Haileybury,  Ont., where it is said he is engaged in  furthering the good of the mining  cause."  Munroe will be remembered by  residents of Phoenix of a few years  ago, when he was employed at the  Granby mines and gave the city police  trouble when he had imbibed too  much of the Stuff thai-cheers and. also  inebriates. Later he'entered the fistic  arena, and challenged some of the big  ones, lasting pretty quick in the halls  of pugilistic fame.  Important Band Meetlnf.  Phoenix, July 4.���A meeting will be  held to reorganize the band on a business basis, next Monday, July 8th, at  7.30 o'clock, at the band room in the  city hall.  Parties employed in or around the  mines are especially invited. Any person having property of the band will  please bring the same to the  city hall.  Ed. P. Johns,  Bandmaster.  setting a  date for the election of cwp new aldermen, to filllne vacant chairs, and the  decision to sell the city .earn.  Communications were read as follows:. From W. H. Dpcksteader, of  Vancouver, asking that the council recommend his appointmapt as provincial constable for Phoenix; the letter  was ordered filled. Frojjn the sanitary  inspector, reporting several places in  the city not in sanitary pondition; the  inspector was instructed to see that  they were placed in sanitary condition.  From the city clerk, recommending, in  case of the council selling the city  team, the purchase of 660 feet of additional fire hose; the city clerk was  authorized to secure quotations on the  cost of the hose. From David Whiteside, giving advice regarding the taxing  of railway property in the city limits,  which letter was filled..  The board of works was ordered to  proceed with the,' necessary work of  widening, grading and Burning Phoenix  street, permission having been received  from the Dominion Copper Co. to use  a small strip of land for this purpose.  The board of works was also instructed  to open up the alley east of Second  street, between Old Ironsides and  Knob Hill avenues.    ,,.  City Clerk Stephens was directed  to write to the provincial secretary,  urging theappointment "of a- provincial  constable here at ��� oncjs, giving the  te_ts6nsJ.n__efo-_'^ -*���**��� T     ��� ������������^^���^~~-  N. Lemieux was placed on the  regular salary list of the city at $100  per month, as general utility man.  A resolution was passed that the  city clerk be authorized to sell the city  team, heavy wagon and heavy harness,  the upset price to be $600. The fire  wagon, harness, etc., will be retained.  To fill the aldermanic places of G.  W. McAuliffe, resigned, and A. W.  Jacob, not qualified, a new election  was ordered, nominations to take place  July nth, and an election, if required,  July 16th, with M. M. Stephens as returning officer. The city clerk was  ordered to do the necessary advertising and post the usual notices for this  purpose.  -NOWSHUB OKK QUARRY, SHOWING MOU l HS OF RAISKS.  SNOWSHOE IS  A BUSY SPOT  Shipping 700 Tons of  Ore Daily.  And  Preparing     For  Greater Increase.  Still  In common with all the other copper  producers in the Boundary, the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. of  Canada, Limited Liability, is making  every preparation to ship the ore of  "the Snowshoe mine on an increasingly  extensive scale. In fact, the mine,  under Supt. Chas. Biesel and Foreman Bob Fraser, is doing pretty well  right now, the average for the last  week being over 700 tons daily.  As fast as possible, the mine is being  operated by electricity, the other half  of the big air compressot having been  ordered some months since and being  now due. The trolley in the tunnel  level is doing the best of work, all of  the ore being shipped just now coming  out of that opening.  Extensive surface work is also going  on at the Snowshoe mine, and raises  have been made from the tunnel level  below, the ore being thus dropped  readily and handled entirely by gravity  and the trolley. The overburden or  waste is being removed where this is  necessary and an immense available  tonnage is being thus added to the  property. Besides this, the old glory  holes, worked two or three years ago  under the A. J. McMillan management, will be placed in use again  before long, thus giving another outlet, as this ore can be shipped from the  original ore bunkers of the property.  In every direction at the Snowshoe  there is the most intense activity, and  upwards of 100 men employed are a  busy lot indeed, giving evidence that  the output from this mine will be  materially increased at-an early date.  1 he ore now goes entirely to the B. C.  Copper Co.'s Greenwood smelter,  under contract.  Ob-ervln_ Ibe Holiday..  There was not much enthusiam  about observing the holidays this week.  Monday being Dominion Day, the  public offices and stores were closed  as usual on such days, but the mines  and smelters worked as usual���probably because the employees had had all  the vacation they desired during May,  when most of them were idle. Grand  Forks had a celebration, with some  races and a few sports, and the base  ball team and a few others went down.  The base ball boys played with Dan  ville, and were beaten. A number  also took in the Nelson celebration,  which is reported to have been one of  the best of the seventeen held in that  city.  Thursday was Fourth of July, and  the neighboring towns of Oroville and  Republic, Wash., both had big times,  getting a few from the Boundary.  Boundary Mining Notes  There are still positions in the  various mines of the Boundary for good  machine men.  In the Little Bertha shaft a depth  of rso feet has been obtained, with a  four-foot ore showing.  Snowshoe's biggest week for shipments is that just past, when the total  exceeded 5,010 tons of ore.  Diamond drilling was resumed at the  Snowshoe mine last Monday by  Knight & Stone of Spokane  f .A(orcepfismen isnow employed  at the * CSn_K30^cl_ir.n^"Tri.n_i���and"  this is likely to be increased shortly.  Ore is being taken out from directly  beneath the C. P. R. track at the Snow-  shoe mine, necessitating timbering for  safety.  A number of options have been given  recently on mineral claims in this camp,  the details regarding which are expected to be ripe in a short time.  This week's Boundary smelting record exceeds last week's and makes a  new high water mark for the three  reduction works���38,090 tons.  Dominion Copper Co.'s smelter has  , a new  record   this   week, 5,845   tons,  and this though  one furnace is down  to permit rearrangement of a settler.  Granby had eight furnaces in blast  one day this week, but for lack of ore,  due to the railways' inability to handle  it, the eighth had to be blown out again.  N. Angngnon, foreman at tbe  Providence mine, has resigned to  accept a similar position at the British  Columbia Copper Co.'s B. C. mine in  Summit camp.  Last Saturday, the Granby Co. paid  its seventh dividend, amounting to  $405,000, being at the rate of three  per cent quaitcrly on the issued capital  of 135,000 $100 shares. This makes  a total of $2,563,630 paid in dividends  by the Granby Consolidated to date.  This week the B. C. Copper Co.  smelter treated 13,226 tons of ore as  follows: Custom, 4,095 tons: Mother  Lode, 5,410 tons; Napoleon, 330 tons:  Oro Denoro, 3,391 tons. The June-  record for this smelter, 44,584 ton;:, is  a new one, but Tuly promises to show  around 60,000 tons treated.  Last Tuesday, July 2d, was the date  of the second shareholders' meeting  of the Phoenix Amalgamated at Sher-  brooke, Que., to ratify the transfer of  the property to a strong concern. No  word has been received yet as to the  results, but the Pioneer predicts that  operations will be started on the properties within two weeks.  Last Thursday the new No. 3 ore-  crusner, located at the Granby's Victoria shaft headworks, was turned over  for the first time. It is of the giant  type, taking a piece of ore 36x42  inches, two of which are now in use by  the Granby, and another of which has  been ordered for the same company's  Gold Drop outlet. The Victoria  crusher is operated by two 75 h p.  electric motors.  Diamond drilling has been discontinued for the present at the Granby  mines, but will be resumed before  long. Meantime Boyles Bros, will do  some drilling at the Holden mine,  Lake Chelan, Wash., on which J. 1".  Graves and associates have an option.  It is understood to be a large copper  proposition, but at present inaccessible  as far as transportation is concerned.  Last Saturday morning Joe Taylor,  the veteran prospector of the Boundary, passed away at the Phoenix  General Hospital, after being there a  couple of weeks, suffering at first from  paralysis and later from pneumonia  complications. His age, 66 years,  made it a foregone conclusion that he  would never leave the hospital alive.  The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the Presbyterian church,  Rev. Samuel Lundie officiating, the  burial taking place at the Phoenix city  cemetery. A large number turned out  to pay the last respects to Taylor, many  old timers being Irere to attend. The  pill bearers were P. J. Dermody, Tom  Walsh, W. J. Nelson, John Myers,  Adolph Sercu, and Tom Kirk, and a  a large number of Phoenicians were  also present.  Joseph Taylor was born in central  Missouri about the year i83r, and  went all through the Civil War in the  rebel army, being in the escort of  General Price, and never being seriously wounded. After the war Taylor  gradually drifted west, being along the  line of the Union Pacific when it was  being constructed. ��� In the early 58os  he reached the Wood river mining district in Idaho, when the gold excitement was on, and did the same thing.  Later he came to the Colville country  in Washington and was one of the lo-  caters of the Bonanza mine at Boss-  burg, a property that was then thought  to be a bonanza indeed.  In July, 1891, he and G. W. Rurnberger, a life long friend, came into the  Boundary, at a time when there was  not even a trail in the country, let  ^lone.a_wagon road or, railway., Joe  was the discoverer of the* Brooklyn  mine in this camp, now owned by the  Dominion Copper Co., from which  more than 150,000 tons of ore have  been shipped. When this and other  claims were sold to the McKenzie-  Mann syndicate, Joe realized perhaps  $20,000 from   the  sale, as   his  share.  j At the meeting held June 23d, the  Scandinavian Brothers elected new  officers, as follows: President, Andrew  O.Johnson; vice-president, Carl Mel-  mer; secretary, Emil Carlson (re-elected); assistant secretary, Frank Peter- ,  son; treasurer, Frank Lundemo (reelected); marshal 1, Oscar Fernstrom;  chaplain, Frank Anderson; guard,'Olle  Nordin; trustee, Gus Johnson.  The above officers will be installed  at the next meeting of the organization,  to de held on Wednesday' next. It is  the intention of the Scandinavian Brothers to affiliate with the Scandinavian  Aid and Fellowship Society, the head  office of which is located at Ironwood,  Michigan. Steps are now being taken  with that object in view.  Mclver-Jobnson W.ddln_.  John Mclver and Miss Olga Johnson were married last Saturday afternoon in the parlors of the Hotel  Brooklyn, the groom being supported  by John Mclnnis, M.L.A., and the  bride by Miss Christina McDonald.  The only witnesses were James Marshall and wife, the happy couple leaving that day for a short -honeymoon,  which was spent at Nelson. They  returned this week and have gone to  housekeeping on lower Dominion  auenue. Mr, Mclver is employed by  the Dominion Copper Co.  Bolldl__ A (food Bridie.  John A. McMaster returned Monday from a week's trip to Gloucester  camp, where he is having development  done, with, encouraging results thus  far. Mr. McMaster states that E;  Spraggett, the government road superintendent for Grand Forks riding, who  is spending $2,000 on the extension of  the Franklin camp road to Gloucester  camp, will'be done in anotherweek^or  two, the new extension being of great  benefit to those interested in Gloucester. The bridge which is being  built over Franklin creek is a most  substantial affair and a credit to Mr.  Spraggett and his force.  finishes   there,  Mr.  __.__,        _...., As soon as he  But he never had the faculty of keep-   Spraggett expects to move his   men to  ing his money. Phoenix, where he will do some long-  Rumberger  With Mr. Rurnberger he located  the ground where the Rawhide, Monarch, Snowshoe and Gold Drop mines  are now situated, but it was allowed to  lapse. They also located the Lexington in White's camp, which was afterwards sold to the Miner-Graves syndicate, and is now owned  by   the  Ma-  needed work  this locality.  on  the  wagon roads  in  Latest Prices in Melals.  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $22.-  00 @ $22.50;  lake. $23.25 @ $24.00.  Bar Silver, 61%  Lead. .5 25 to .5.80.  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS. ?  AUTHOR-  IZKD  CAPITAL.  SHARKS.  DIVIDENDS.  I_3U ed  Par  Paid  1906  Total    ;   Latest  to Date j     Date  Am  Per  _h.  Graiihy Consolidated���copper.  $   1,350,000  15,000,000  200,000  I,?_0,000  135,000  31,000  $���  $ICO  *"5  !  *   5l6,837; Heb. 1904  2.563,03o!june 1907  33,22.1 Sept. 1906  $1,620,000  10,000  3-00  0^��<*&a*0'*��^*+&***++*****-i*J*��-*��- r***&i*B**a**&a^m*B^*>a&j**!**i  t  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  July 6.   07  The following  table Kivrs the ore shipments  of Uouudary miues lor  iqoo. (or  isoi. icr  ivo2. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905. for 1900, and 19-7. as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer  t  Mink.      Camp.  GTHiihy Miuc-..Phoeiiix  Snowshoe...... .Phoenix  B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwd  B. O. Miue Summit  Ktuuia ..Summit  Oro Oeuoro ...Summit  Bonnie Belle Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem..I'hnix  Idaho Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountn Kose Summit  Athelstan-Wellington  Murrison ...Deadwood  R. Bell Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Fogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King���Summit  Winnipeg....Wellington  GoldeuCrown Wellngtn  King Solomon W.Coppr  3ig Copper W.Coppr  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paris White's  �� Jewel Long Lake  V Riverside... Rock Creek  Cartui West Fork  Sally West Pork  Rambler _...West Volk  Butcher Boy-West Pork  Duncan West Pork  Provideuce...Provideuce  Elkhorn Providence  Strathmoie .Providence  Preston ..Skylark  Prince Henry ....Skylark  Skylark Skylark  Last Chance -...Skylark  a. P. U. Miue...Skylark  Bay Skylark  Mavis Skylark  Don Pedro Skylark  Crescent ..Skylark  Helen Greenwood  Ruby-...Boundary Palls  Republic Boundary PUs  Miscellaneous   1900  6^.553  *)?  iy.494  1901  231,762  1.731  9��.��34  47.405  650  IQ02  3��9",853  .o.Soo  141,3^6  14,811  8,530  1.076  2.2_0  1903  393.718  71,212  13s .079  19.355  22.937  15.537  1904  549.703  1905      1906  653.SS9   Sol .404  8,426  174,29*    174.567  550  7,455     15.731  5.646  3.339  150  560  785  625  363  3,435  37,9<M  16,400  32,350  3,070  3.250  1.759  4.586  3.450  222  364  33  9.483  3,007  105,000  1 4S8  11 .v\j  Pa.t A  1907    >l eck T  279,740   !7.6.;o T  41.535     5,o o 9  110,988     4.667  55.731   140,685  2.960  35.I0S  3.056  4,747  1.833  33  150  26,032  48,390  3.555  4,22s  6.1 14  3..W1  .11.245  5.Si I  27. -.61  11,860  1,963  1,723  99*  1,760  1.22S  140  049  ��7S  3.330  665  2,000  35o  482  586  890  Total, tons    96.600  , Smelter treatment���  .Granby Oo...._     62,387  B.C. Copper Co -  Dominion Coppez Co   3.450  390,Soo  230,828  117.6"  335  50S.876  '12 340  148,000  ��3  400  167  500  690,419  401,921  I62.JI3  133.5.-0  79  30    .  145  106  76  726  325  770  I_0  20  1,140  40  140  20  55  53  50  300  535  689  355  73  20  40  90  80  ���5  5S9  45  60  75"  500  829,808   933,548 1,161.537 536,.;I9 J''.54_  596,252   687,988 828,879 2;9,01.) 1S.019  210,484   210,830    123,740 I7,s,rvlf> 11,220  30,i}30    84,059   2lS,8u    76,. 72 5,845  Total reduced...   63.389   348,439   460,940 697,404   837,666 982.877 1,171,430 s.".9'S  .lh.090  ^  llii  i?zms  -- "jji._   Sill  mm  ���    -      '"V,1,   !&���'���'   _"'��"'  *Y^*I'  ���r. if-���;������<&.���  ":.i_#*'L  "i.'-  yfc--  tsmmsmmgmm, f.  r  Tea That Never Varies  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  f  I  THE OBSERVATORY  THINU9   TlLEKD  OK   AT  Hum a and Hlsi'whkjh  ���  Because Always Selected From the Same  Plantations*  Not picked up here  there and everywhere,  as so many  teas  are.  Sold in Lead Packets Only 50c.  j  [    According to the published  report,  the C. P. R.'s net profits for the month  of May were $2,519,358.    It  is just  possible  that  the odd $8 would have  been knocked of! if this great  railway  had made connections   both   ways at  Ebolt during May,, and thus  made it  possible to travel or transmit mail by  rail between Greenwood and   Phoenix  in   one  day���something   that   cannot  now be done.    This poor  corporation  probably needs the $8 in  its business  to help buy more ore dumps, or something of that kind.  tion that counts  for the good  of the  country.  ���Ml  If any one thinks that the big deals  in the Boundary have all been made,  j idt watch the columns of the Pioneer.  ONLY A CUP OF TEA  But. if it's from a Sealed Lead .Packet of  PROVINCIAL.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  1___U>Cm SATtJIlDAVH av Tit  HONKER PUBLISHING CO.  _T PHOXXIZ. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaocn.  T.i.nkn.�� t B__lne__ office No. 14.  Telephones }������.������., reMldei><x. No.  ��_���  iiT__carpriOMS iir advakck.  Ttr ftar. _. _ _    SI* Month*.. _   To the United States, per year _..  _^^^^^^^^.    .      *l.   ��        I.       I     ���!���    ������    !">��      ���    ���        ������.'������    "III  ...Ij.oo  .:. 1.1s  _ 3.50  If ron are not a subacr ber to thl*. paper, this  la an InTltatlon to you to become one.  little, and they have been gradually  shading off from 25 and 26 cents per  pound to 22 and 23 cents.  The metal selling agencies, however,  point to the fact that copper production is not keeping up with consump  tion, and, therefore there can be no  great cut in the prices of the red  metal for ihe present. As there was  no considerabe demand for the metal  for immediate use, the market has  been sluggish.  . Now, however, some of the big consumers must soon come into the  market and get copper for whatever it  will cost, to fill contacts they have on  hand, and it will be known before long  Grand Forks is attaining distinction  as the automobile centre of the Boundary, there being no less than four of  these chug-chugs in that burg. We  have not heard of any one of the  owners tackling the hill up Boundary  mountain to Phoenix, yet, however,  but it will come in time.  "~S~21~.        T~~.      7" 7T~T,    *"*  which way the market will  go.    It  i:  Advertiatng ratea (urniabeo on application. / 6  rml ./A^ ,...H i ���I. ~-u  I-lim.lI���   .- __  ' r_    -���   ���  lAfl noUcec io and _ ceata per line.  four weekly insertions conatltate one month'.  < l*sft'-ln_  '9��7    JUI_Y-  1907  Sin ���������. Tim. Wt..   Tb��. ft..    Stt.  I  2  3  4  5  6  ���7 8  9  10  Tl  12  13  14 IS  16  17 -  18  19  20  31 22  ��3  *4  45  26  *7  28 29  30  3*  -  interesting to note, in this connection,  that all of the dividend paying  copper  producers have been holding large cash  reserves,  and  if copper  stays  at  or  around  20  cents per pound,   to  say  nothing of a  higher  figure,   they will  keep up the present divident rate,'with  a continued healthy cash reserve.    In  other   words,   double   the dividends  could have been paid that were actually  distributed.    Though copper may sag,  there is reason  to  think   that  it  will  continue   at  a  satisfactory  price  for  some time tp.come. ���  Early day residents of  Phoenix will  remember J.  F.  Hemenwuy, who was  in charge of the earliest operations at  what are now called the Granby mines.  Mr. Hemenway has fora year or two  been connected with a prominent bank  at  Portland, Oregon,  and  his   many  friends will be pleased to hear that he  has been promoted to be cashier of the  First Bank of Joseph, at Joseph, Oregon.    Mr. Hemenway came to   Phoenix when i^ was like the forest primeval,  along about 1897.  Penticton is putting on airs.    It has  a baseball club.  Installation of the sewer system at  Fernie is under way.  !Thisyear'scrop of British Columbia  apples is assured.  Rossland has contributed $1,100 to  the provincial anti-tuoercolosis fund.  About 2,000 Japs are now.en route  from  Honolulu to British  Columbia.  Physicians;in Nelson are; talcing steps  for the formation of an interior medical  association.  Vancouver's,bank clearings in. June  were fifty per cent more than the same  month in 1906.  Ralph Smith, M.P., may be made  superintendent" of Indian affairs in  British Columbia.  A new market for British Columbia  fruit has been found, New Zealand being anxious to get some of it.  Vancouver lawyers are complaining  of the congestion of legal business  and want another judge appointed.  It   has   been  announced that   the  Eastern Township Bank will establish  a branch at   Cranbrook   in the  near  future.  Good progress is being made on the  mill at the Blue Bell mine on Kootenay  lake,   which   will   shortly be   finished.  TEAS  the teapot results will be unequalled.  BLACK GREEN MIXED  At Your Grocer's. '      Highest Award, St.Louis, 1904.  oe��_x_x_x_x_5����(_x_x_x_x_^  rThe BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  Clothing  0  I. II. HALLbTT  Barristkk, Soi.icitou,  Notary Pi,���,,-,.  Cable Address:       HA_,J_KTT,  1 Iledfoul M'NH! n  Code* \ Molting  . Neaps  ( I.eiber's.  Grkknwood, m:  TUCK    COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral t,  Cor. FIr��l& Kllobllill Ave.   PHOENIX, li. (J  f    KingEdward Lodge, No.36  Js^ A. F. and A.M.  //{^���\      KeKMlnrcoiimiuiilcaUoiiSp. ,,i     s,  Vr-MM?    ond Thursday of each month '  rq^jA   Kmergent itiectin__ a��CBlled-M��Mni,  V  \     Hall, Mcltnle Block. ���n,������i��  fa  '���ii  GHO. !���:   WHY,  Secretary.  J.J. STkl'TZHf.  W.11.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Ftfll Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  0<_X_X_X_X_X-X_X_X_X_X_^^  HTKNIK HI.OCK.  KNOB HILL AVE., IMIOKNUC.  B U LLETI M  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK LODGE N0..6  Meets every Monday ..veiling  al Miners' u��|  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  John Mclver,   N.Ci.  Gaki-ton Cook, Kec. Sec'y.  Win.  Pickard,  Per. Pin. a__>.  A. D. MORRISON  JKVELER __ OPTICIAN  Local Time Impcctor for S.' F. _ N  (lli_li Class Goods alwnyn in Stock.)  (���K..NU FOIIK.S, 15...  NoB  usiness neccs-ion  Ye..  Ben Medldae ia Ibe  World  for Colic and  Diarrhoea.  "I find Chamberlain's Colic Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best  remedy in the' world/' says Mr.'C  L. Carter, of Skirum, Ala. "I am  subject to colic and diarrhoea. Last  spring it seemed as though I would  die, and I think I would if I hadn't  taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and    Diarrhoea   Remedy.     I haven't  Last week   the   Pioneer  referred to  an  unusual   occurrence, that of subscribers   sending along   the amounts  due for three years in advance for this  g. f. j.   . Since.Y.then   we. have a, case  that beats those referred to.   A gentleman who has' read the   Pioneer   from  No.   ij Vol.   1,^ to-the- present,' sent  along a draft for $10 for subscription  ���an appreciation of the Pioneer that  was appreciated by the publisher.   We  merely   mention, this   in   passing,   as  some one may wish to follow the excellent example.  Some financiers are figuring on  whether the world is soon to experience a  business  recession, following  ,.     .   the  unusually   prosperous   years that   been troubled with it since  until   this  have  prevailed  of late.    They'point   week, when I had a very severe attack  ,      , .,    and took a half a bottle of the twenty-  out that lean, years   must  necessarily  five   cent size   Chamberla]Vs  Co,��  follow the years of plenty, and that Cholera and Darrhoea' Remedy, and  signs are more or less visible that the I thl"s morning I feel like a new man."  turn is about to begin. . | For '^'"V a" Agists.  Certain it is that prosperity all over  this continent has not been as evident  in a decade as it is today.    Wages and  Nowadays people are, looking for  profitable investments, some in one  field arid some in another.   Some take  a flyer in mining .stocks/often ^pure, :lgainst the.World  Printing..&>ubl._b..  speculation and   sometimes an invest-!;,_�� ���r_r,o���.. -<��� ���"���������-������        '      ���*���   ' ���  The  transfer  of machinery from   the  Pilot Bay smelter is completed.  Plans for the development of the  greatest waterpower on the. Pacific  coast on the Cheakamus river, about  100,000 h.p., at the head of JHowe  Sound, are now being perfect by a  number of Vancouver business men.  Messrs. Macdonell and Gzowski,  engineers and contractors of Vancouver, were last week awarded the  contract for the; deviation Tine of the  main line of the C. P. R. at Rogers  Pass, the price approaching $100,000.  The final step in the'land deal between the. Metlahkatlahs and the'G.  T. P. was consummated, when Indian  Agent Morrow handed to Chief Councillor Joseph Leighton, Metlahkatlah,  a check for $50,000, being half the1  purchase price; to be distributed among  Indians, male and female, aged twenty  one and over.  . Former Commissioner of Lands and  Works, R. F.Green, is pressing his suit  *��  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T. TURANO. Prop.  Castern Excursions.  Reduced round trip rates to all points east of and including  Minneapolis, Winnipeg, St.  Louis, Omaha   and   Chicago,   dates  ;sale July 3-4-5,  August  8 9-10,   September   n:i2 13.    Liberal  stop overs, long limits.  For particulars as regards rates nnd routes, address,  W. X. PERKINS, Agent, Phoenix, B. C  Short line to Victoria and Vancouver.  Boots and Shoes made to or  der, first-class work f/unr-  anteed Miners' Hoots a  specialty, guaranteed water  ���rzof.  First Street - Opp. Knob Mill fluid  Phoenix, B. C.  ���.J   _'  _K$  m  I**  *.is.  :*\  %i  vM  L!^  I'.'?  '&'<>  _.ij  ��  if  tt.  %'  m  THE  '&  STRATHCONA  NELSON. B.C.  B. Or. WEBB, Proprietor.  The Pioneer Wohders-  salanesin almost every line of effort have  been increased, manufacturing has  grown to remarkable proportions, and j  to crown it all, the crops of the country  have never" been" in better condition'  nor at better average prices than at  present.  .   While the stock market has suffered  a relapse and much of the water  has  been squeezed out of many stocks and  bonds, including railway,  mining and  and  industrial   securities, the largest  concerns report a continuous  increase  of   business,   and    are   pretty    well  pleased at the outlook,  as   well  they  may. be.    The universal prosperty has  been discounted in the share  marjeet  in the advanced price, of securities,  following   which  they  dropped to  a  lower  level.    While  there  is a   tendency in  financial  centers   to curtail  loans to some  extent,   there  is  little  reason to  think   that   we   have   yet  reached the turn of the financial road,  but that the  present  prosperous conditions will prevail for  some  time  to  ��� come.  At the same time it is well for those  interested to set their houses in order,  for sooner or later there will be a re  cession that will be marked, even if  prosperous conditions do continue for  a year or two, more or less, before the  real shrinkage begins. He who is forewarned is forewarned.  How long it will be before Hon. C.  S. Hyman resigns again.  .   Why celebrations ate not as popular  as formerly in the Boundary.  If many of the Cobalt boosters  got  hurt when" the boom brokei  ment.\ YOne thing seems-.o-have^been  overlooked here, and  that   is  trie' demand for rentable houses in   Phoenix.  Tt is next  to, impossible   to   secure a  living place here, when a. new  comer  arrives.     Property   can   be   had   at  reasonable figures, and houses  costing  say from $500 to $800 each can easily  be rented for $10 and $15 per month,  netting, after paying all fixed expenses,  from   12   to   20  per   cent   annually.  This should make an attractive investment for one with the money to spare,  and an investment that is   reasonably  safe���as   safe   as   the  mines  of the  Boundary, with   their   many  years" of  life.    Fifty    such   houses. could be  rented tomorrow, beyond a doubt.  ing company qf; /.Vancouver, for $20,-  ooo'dam��g--.fijr alleged libel conta.ii.e(_,  in the pre-election Caron timber land  grant article of January 22, with its ppn-,  derous heading, "Bribed Green with  $37,000 in Syndicate Stock."  A syndicate of New York capitalists  has engaged Charles" J. Roney, a  prominent mining engineer of Los  Angeles, Cai., to go through the Cariboo section of British Columbia and  closely inspect the placer and mineral  possibilities of the country. If a favor-.  able report is made, a large amount of  capital will be invested in deep grave!  mining.  Greenwood ot&ge Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.00 a.ra."|  .,,:'..'''   ";""������    lower town,   9.30 a.m. j-Standard Time  ..Leave Greenwood, "���..-      < 3.00 p. m. J . .  Prompt Attention to Express and P c ight.  PHOENIX OPFICE, WITH H.JAMES, KNOB HILL AVE.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  Tfie Leddin? Hofel of Ihe Hoofenays  Special  Rates to Commercial Men  Good Sample Rooms.  lip?)-.,  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  When the Midway & Vernon rail-       Attempts have' "-been  made  in  the  iy will be galvanized  into  life  on��� past  to  establish  magazines   in Van-  way  more.  What the C. P. R. is really doing to  relieve the ore dump shortage in the  Boundary.  Who will succeed  Duncan Ross as I  the  member- at,. Ottawa .from # Vale-  Cariboo. v  Who will put up the funds for the  construction of that long-mooted  Greenwood to Phoenix tramway.  Whether there is really to be another  fuel famine next  winter, with   the experience   of last  winter   to  upon. Sl'.-l   ���  couver���ill-advised attempts, for the  most part. The result .has been an  ever increasing journalistic bone yard  in the Terminal City. Not every man  who can handle a "mill"-is able to  conduct a magazine, and there must  be a field, anyway, with population  sufficient for subscription and "advertising patronage. So, mariy good men  have been,parted from their monej^in  these efforts. .-,..'.  Don't Be Backward.  Do not hesitate to ask for a free  sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets. We are "glad to give  thenjrtojsurtybn'e who, is "troubled' with  bilh^usness; -constipation, or: any disorder ���������of. the stomach. ���, Many; have  beenr^ermffiently cured by their use.  For/sale^by all druggists.  That Counts  . ���, The most perfectly appointed HcRhh  ��|id Pleasure Resort In the West, with a com-  pletesystera or Baths���including Turkish and  Russian. Open the year round. The curativ;  properties of its waters are uuequoled.  KorCumig nil Rheumatic. Nerrou. and Muscular Troubles.  For Healing: all Kidney, r.irer and Stomach  iilmeuts.  For eliminating; all M��t��lHePoison>i from tl.  system  The lirandeur of the scenery is unrivallnl  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes.wBtcr'alls  soating, yachtlne. fishliip. shooting, excursi. n��  tennl��. Its winter climate is un��tirr-a��sed for  mlldnesa H. RHY ItcINTOSH,  Pronrletor  improve  WillC  opper frices  GoD  own.  Why John Houston is trying to  break into journalism again in British  Columbia, if he made good in Nevada,  as reported.  Why the government officials at  Grand Forks do not look after road  repairs in the neighborhood of Phoenix  as well as the officials from Greenwood  do.  in  Consumers and producers alike have  had unusual  interest  of late   in the  probable prices of metallic copper  for  the last half of 1907.    For a month or  so past comparatively little copper has  been sold to the large consumers, ihey  having  placed  orders  earlier  in  the  year for their needs up to midsummer.  With the general  shrinkage in  securities of all kinds that has  been   prevalent since March, when the New York  stock market went to pieces, there has  If there are two other places ...  Canada or the U. S., as important and  close as Greenwood and Phoenix, and  connected   by  rail, where  it   requires and   is   particularly   devoted  two days   to   transmit- mail   between  them.  Why a man like Orchard, who  claims to have accepted pay from the  W. F. of M. officials to commit murder  by wholesale, would not be just as  likely to accept pay from others to  swear away said officials' lives if  possible. '  Now, however, another attempt is  being made under auspices that augui  well, the first number of the'Westward  Ho magazine having appeared at Vancouver.    William   Blakemore, a  man  of parts, ability and experience, and  who has made the Victoria Week one  of the readable weeklies  of the  province, is-editor of the' venture, and P.  F. Godenfath, known as a  rustler all  over   British   Columbia,   is   business  manager.    The first issue is distinctly  creditable, and is an earnest of what  may be expected in the future.    Westward Ho  is  standard  magazine  size,  to the  western part of Canada, being illustrated, of course. One dollar brings  it to the readers for a year.  -.-An Editor's Gain and Loss.   .  . ��� A^Missouri yeditor hak taken  time,  de_pj&;'hj's',:heaVy:^utie_ as a   "moul  der.of public opinion" to keep track of  his material aihd mental  progress dur  ing the year, and  offers the following  summary of his gains arid losses.   Been  broke  300   times^     had    money  62:  praised by the puBhc,  6;   damned by  the public, 134; asked to drink,   918;  refused, o;  been -roasted, 432; roasted  others,   62;  taken for a preacher,   ri;  taken for  a  capitalist,   o;  missed,   o:  washed   towels,   3;  found money,   c;  laken baths, 6; delinquent subscriber-  paid, 27; did not,436; paid in advance,  o; got whipped, 3; whipped other   fellows, o; cash on hand at  beginning of  year.   $1.47; cash on hand at present,  60 cents  The 150,000 club of Spokane and  the Mysterious Order of E-Nak-ops  are again preparing plans for a night  carnival to open the Spokane Interstate Fair. It is said plans for thi?  year's Carnival are far more elaborate  and extensive than they were last year.  Further particulars will be announced  later.  Old Chronic Sore..  As a dressing for old chronic sores  there is nothing as good as Chamberlain's Salve. While it is not advisable  to heal old sores entirely, they  should  F. J. Smyth, proprietor of the Moyie  Leader, is off on a jaunt to   Montreal  and other cent   belt  centres.    Meantime,   Peck  McSwain   will   make  the  j Leader scintillate in   bis usual   breezy  been a feeling among large consumers jbc k��Pl in a g��od condi't'ion, for which  of copper that the high prices prevail ' th'S saIve is "P"'^ valuable. For  ing for'tlie metal should come down'a��� S0^p,PPles Chamberlain's Salve has,  e aown a no superior.    For sale by all druggists ;J  ,      ���w., ...   <X '-rouidn't marry you  if you were  I fashion. 1 ,he only man in the world!"  "Well, considering the opportunities  xr     ,_,* ���,     , j r.shouW have for selection under tho��;e  Nearly^ $50,000,000 worth of cash j circumstanc/-., I quite agree with you "  and effect's were brought into Canada'  "Yes," said Stormington Barney  "I'm going to retire to private life."  "You'll be missed when you leave  the stage," replied his friend, Walk.r  Ties.  "That's just the reason I'm going.to  retire," explained Mr. Barnes; "I'm  tired of lining hit."  A creditable iob of printing on the stationery you ttse,  is like a good suit of clothes when one is doing business  ���first impressions count.  If you use a rubber stamp on your letter heads or envelopes, you will be put down as of the rubber stamp  calibre. If you are a business man, and use no printed j  stationery, it is natural to suppose that your business is  not of sufficient importance to require it, and your credit  likewise. -  If you wish Modern Stationery, gotten tip by competent  workmen, worked on the best of stock, imported or  domestic���stationery that does not have the earmark-s of  the Cheap John printery, we can furnish it from the only  print shop in the Boundary operated by electricity.  We know that business men of Phoenix have sent to  Spokane,  Chicago,  Detroit, Hamilton, St. Louis, Omaha  and   other  places,   in   the  past, for printing that  could  have   been  done   right   here ��� aud   probably  in   better  style.      We'd charge a little more, of course,  just as the  merchant must charge   more   than   Cheap John   Tim, of  Toronto���and  its worth  a  little  more.     Besides, if you  spend   your  dollars  here  for printing, you have a chance  to get them back some day through  the   Pioneer and  its  employees.     If you spend them in the East, you'll never  see them again.      We  have print shop facilities  that  other office in this section possesses.    Come and see us.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM  F.)  Certificate of Improvements.  ���  NO tick.  Cl'aini^'iMint^n l,'uCuAter   Fracti��'"i! "  Mineral  ofY���. District       C Gr��uw����<> Mining Division  TAKH NOTICE that I, Isaac H Halted i,  agent lor Oaniel Bre-nahi,; FreeMiJ"e ���_ Cer"  ��.��..��� ?n�� ���B_',"7- "��"��� "'"* da^-a from date  &rtl_Li-_ ��rP'y '�� ,he M��'I��K Recorder for  certificates of Improvements, for the ouruose of  And fSSTT g���"�� "he ��b_S_ SalST  aeciu.il   37    mmt   be   commenced   before    the  ���ssua.ice of such Certificates of I_,pro7eme,!!!s'  Dated this istday of June. A.D., 1907.  39_ I. K. nAIXETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Cetiflcate of Improvements.  NOTr "(/  U.eG?e��enwo��,C57 ,M"Zr��l Cl��'<"<- �������" '"  WheJe l��2. ��'"'"�� division of Yale District  ,...51?. J^?.,ed-.prcemrood    camp,  in  llie  I  claim      ��r��b">'��f"_ n (.Town Oram ol the above  .ecUo���r''.7tl,ern_"(ke_,oli" '�����'   ��e��loii, under  Inuatiee _<'..��_ A    ?.��  co"����"ced  before the  Ilnled thlATh ! erti?cn,r ��r "nprovements.  "nied this 8th day of October, a; D. 1906.  5 ADOLPH SKKCU.  I.  1  Hospital Donations  Lidt of Donations received since Jan.  1st 1905, to the Phoenix General Hospital:  I Canhjio   Ca.��hl_<        * R.Horrcll  I Cash I_  ��� J' n- Mnconlay  Bookcase" :��� A- 1'. Berry  Book Case  Bed I.Inen"j'_n��" V: A- H- H. Clark  Cashf--  HocDltal _.��_!��  Aid  Cash 1  >iso....'.��� ;.'..'.���;���."."���  IJIO   ���Hor.pltal LadlTH Aid  ,.V.. T. Hunk  no  last year fy settlers from the United  States, according to returns from  Ottawa.   That in the kind of emmigra-  J'atroni_. a/jy_rt.Kcr��; as a rule they  are the most p/ogretsive and enterprising ana vhat they'have for x&lais ihe  fre-hest and f^si to bn procured.  Pioneer Publishing Co.  Pioneer Buildino, PhOeniX, B.C  Cashi.e  ' /,' ;���, J��s- McCrcnllt  Spring Cot Canadian Hand Drill Co.  MapleSyrup A-B- Ho0<!  oTl^T" d;-^=::etYS     Mrs. I. Crawford  ���Ira. B. A.-W. Hod-e��  Grand Forks Friend  loller Tubes  F.JIucklens  C_S'^^P"^"���P" Set Holler Tube,  average Prlceg ol Copper.  ���New York���  ���     Electrolyllc. _,���_e.  1005 IflOC 1005 inofi  15.008 18.310 15.128 18.416  15.375 17.8(ii) 15.150 18. HO  15.268 18.301 15.350 18.011  14.018 18.375 15.010 18.(188  14.627 18 457 14.820 18.724  .1-__5 18.442 14.813 18 710  An_.���_,- Ji-IS818-10015005 I8-c85  August..���,, 15.604 18.430 15.408 18 (110  September.. 15,065 10 140 15.97? 10.21)0  10.270 21.270 10.332 21 710  ?o-^ ll 9"�� !����� 768 22.340  18.328 23.039 18.308 23.380  Month.  January ..  February..  March   April.   May   June ...  July..  October  November  Decemlier.  Year 16.6W) 1__8_0 16,699 19 600  ^J^sS^ex&SSSSSHf  ;&F^j!?ssZi��s&!^v^  "Hfl-Sr"     Ii* mt*i ,r r_,_.____. *��� * ������i 4     ��" '  _���L   fl'l        r*      ��� *��� " a*"   irtM.      **' ��       ' , p���  "'*(      " *    *_������������   ^��   __    tji-hj     i**^    * .    if���** i. * I  , J        ���    i-   fi -����i   w-i-biw    iff   ���      -     ri ���..   l-r.    ^1- r, -_ y ����� _. ��� -.    i  .|>.   a. iwt.i"^nir_rrwr_n|T|n] *_'4HIM49(nnXM3niSMrMMHl___^n_n_______i  3i��K��--<__-i__-ffl_-^ Ij&HB  iOBBU  n<��&f  ?__3S_!S-!-_^  /r��e yfii#*WRt ����h_>ne__i?.  4  c8  "v-fj  14  ill  $_#  I  F  a.  v_  1  1  I  RETURN FROM  TRIP TO ENGLAND  Danny  Deane   Glad  Back.  to   Get  I  l<ii  zM  Ha  l^  1  Uanny Deane, the well known Phoenix hotel man, returned Monday from  a two and one-half months' trip to  England, the land of his nativity,  which he had not seen for twenty  years. While absent Mr. Deane made  the most of his time, going not only to  his old home in Sussex, but also to  other parts of the Tight Little Isle.  He returns to Phoenix better satisfied  than ever that British Columbia is the  place to live, and he would, not make  his home again on the other side of  ihe water for any consideration.  Mr. Deane travelled both ways  across the ocean via New York, going  by the White Star line and returning  by the Cnnard line. On the trip back  there were about 4,000 people on the  steamer, 3,000 of whom were in the  steerage, and to get accommodations  one must speak one or two months  ahead. Rut for that fact, Mr. Deane  would have taken one of the new  C. P. R. Atlantic liners.  While on the other side, Mr. Deane  went to the great Derby races, where  he says it was estimated that about  i,ooo,o_o people were present. He  iilso visited Buckingham Palace and  Windsor casilc, and among oiliei  niiltililt'S ihM Ik* saw were Kim; Ed-  x.'ird nnd I.ily l.an^liy. Speaking ol  travelling, Mr. Deane s;i\s that the  l.njjlish railwii).s are the thing for  speed. From London lo Liverpool is  204 mill's and the train covered the  distance at better than a mile a  minute, and does it regularly. The  accommodaiions are generally very  good on ihe railways.  Speaking of conditions in England,  Mr. Deane .aid that it is growing  harder, and harder eacli year for a man  with any ambition to get ahead in that  country. Wages are very low, and the  great concerns are steadily crushing  out the smaller ones, so that it does  not surprise him to see the thousands  that are coming to this side of the  water, so much so that the capacity of  the steamship companies is constantly  taxed to the utmost.  Compared to the eastern part of  Canada or the United States, Mr.  Deane says the west is far ahead in  every way, according to his idea. The  heat when he was in New York city  was terrific, there being three deaths  from it that day. with dozens of prostrations. He was glad to get back to  the Boundary, in short, bringing his  sister and her husband with him from  the old country.  MEETING OF  SNOWSHOE CO.  Held  in   London  June 13.  on  Ore Runs  .08 oz. Gold, .3 oz.  Silver,  1.4% Copper.  The report of the Snowshoe Gold  and Copper Mines, Ltd., for the year  ended 30th September, 1906, to be  presented at the meeting on 13th inst.,  states that during the greater part of  the year the Snowshoe mine remained  closed down, pending the completion  of satisfactory arrangements for dealing  with the property, and consequently  the accounts show a further loss, says  the Critic (London). As the shareholders have already been informed,  an agreement was signed on 23rd June,  1906, leasing the mine to the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company  of Canada, Ltd. tinder this agree,  ineiit, rather n?ore than 6,ooo tons of  ore had been sen. to the smelters at  September 30th, averaging approvi-  mately .08 or., gold, .3 oz. silver, and  1.4 per cent copper. The1 total royalties received have amounted to ^1,-  997 upon the shipments made under  this agreement.  Since the close of the financial year  the original lease has been cancelled  by mutual consent, and a new lease  substituted, the terms of which the  directors consider to be more advantageous to this company. During the  recent months, the exceptionally severe  winter in Canada and the strikes of  coal miners have considerably interfered with operations at the mine, but  the lessees hope to be in a position  shortly to maintain a regular output of  more than 10,000 tons per month.  Numerous improvements have been  made on the property, and the company's representative in British Columbia reports that the lessees are  carrying out all work in a very systematic and thorough manner. . For  the seven months to 30th April, 1907,  the output has amounted to about  25,000 tons, over half of this tonnage  having been shipped during the months  of March and April Since 30th  September last, the liabilities have  been reduced by approximately $7,000.  MBS. EMMA. M-TCISSNER  Suffered Over TtuoYean���Hialtk Wat  In * Precarious Condition���Caused  Jiy Pelvic Catarrh,   .  Tbe Doctor Away from  Home when  Most Needed.  People are often very much disappointed to find that their family  physician is away from home when  they need _ his services. Diseases like  cramp colic and cholera morbus require prompt treatment, and have in  many instances proven fatal before  medicine could be procured or a  physician summoned. The right way  is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy. No physician can prescribe  a better medicine for these diseases.  By having it in the house you escape  much pain and suffering and all risk.  Buy it now; it may save life. For sale  by all druggists.  ��2SHsr__r__^_r_j��_n__T_^^  SNOW8HOB l-I.KCriUC HOIST.  j-S, ..:>, ___^ __s_.-__&.._&._^Q  $��"Z&r"~^9' "10 ~~!Zr"~j0 "~jjf 'Z& q  m  ��^_lili^S_-TI���rvk. mil���>NV>a   Ol_Sr","J_S/'Z_^r"Z_J'"  New Explosive.  An explosive costing considerably  less than dynamite, says the Western  Mining Woild, which was experimented  with in the constuction of the Simplon  tunnel, is made by soaking meal or powdered charcoal in liquid air or liquid  oxygen, the powdered carbon being  first packed into a case made of stout  paper and covered with an asbestos wad,  through which passes a paper tube to  the bottom of the cartridge. Just before firing, the liquid air is poured into  the tube, and the firing is as usual by  means of a fulminate cap. As the  liquid air gradually evaporates, the  period between rilling and firing is limited to below 10_mini.es. A missfire is  not dangerous, because at the end of  half an hour the liquid has entirely disappeared and the cartridge may again  be handled with safety. The use of  this economical explosive had to be  abandoned in the tunnel by reason of  the quantities or carbon monoxide  which is produced in the constricted  space.  Take Ibe PoBtmnsler'i Word (or It.  Mr. F. M. Hamilton, postmaster at  Cherryvale, Ind., keeps also a stock of  general merchandise and patent medicines. He says: "Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is  standard here in its line. It never  fails to give satisfaction and we could  hardly afford to be without it." For  sale by all druggists.  rw-~_n  Is acknowledged by those who read it regularly to be the  leading journalistic exponent of the Boundary District of Southeastern British Columbia.  It is published in the centre of the great Copper Mining  Industry of British Columbia, and prints the news of the Districts while it is news. It plays no favorites, but aims to give  everyone a square deal.  The Pioneer costs $2 per annum; to American subscribers,  $2.50, and more than one of its readers subscribes for two,  three and even five  years.    Address, with remittance,  Pioneer Pub.  Co.,  Phoenix, B.C.  NOTH-^'e have o tew Copies of the Inst PIOXERR ANN'UAL left, price   35 ceuts  ���. acli  cr n copy will be sent free to a ucw subscriber.  ���  HEALTH AND STRENGTH  RESTORED BY  PE-RtH-A.  Mrs. Emma Floissn.r, 1112 Sixth  A.vo., Seattle, "Wsifch., Worthy Treasurer Sons of Tenipeninco, wi-liex s  "I suffered over two years with /r��  regular andpainful periods. 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In one day last month the Washoe  smelter at Anaonda, Mont.,-treated  10,600 tons of ore, the record for  twenty-four hours. The average for  April was 9,700 tons, of which 8,100  tons were concentrating ore and 1,800  tons fiistclass. The smelter consumed  an average of 16,000 tons of material  daily, including ore, coke, lime, rock,  and coal. During the first two weeks  of May the smelter produced 300 tons  of copper daily. The smelter can now  treat ore carrying less than one-half the  copper that, the old plant needed to  realise a profit.  It is stated that if the ore could be  mined and delivered the new smelter  could make a profit from ore containing only 0.65 per cent, copper. The  old smelter lost 1.5 per cent of the  values, although the plant was torn  down llie loss had been reduced to  0.69 per cent. All the tailings, dust,  and some of the slag at the old plant  have been run through the smelter at  a good profit since copper reached 20  cents per lb. Ten per cent of all the  copper turned out by the new smelter  is made from the slimes, which formerly went to waste. Sulphur alone  gees to waste now, which, were il  saved, would be equivalent annually  to six times the world's consumption.  One of the economies at the Washoe'  plant is to wash the coal ashes, thus  effecting a saving in fuel cost of about  $400 per day.  The other smelter of the Amalgamated Company, situated at Great  Falls, has a monthly output of nearly  8,000,000 lbs. of copper, not quite  one-half the quantity of the Washoe  smelter.  Both smelters are being pushed lo  their utmost capacities, and the Great  Falls is being enlarged so that  INTERESTED  INDUSTRY  IN    THE  mined so that the earnings of the  various companies would not be reduced.  Copper Output of Canada.  Consul A. E. Smith of Victoria furnishes statistics showing that   the production of copper in British  Columbia  has increased Soo per cent during the  past ten years, while the remainder of  Canada has increased but 50 per cent.  ,��� The whole of  Canada   produced 13.-  300,802 pounds in   1897, British Col-  j umbia's share  being   5,325,180, while  of the  estimated   55,000,000  pounds  I total production in   1906   British Col-  , umbia's output was 43,000,000 pounds.  {A Canadian editor states that the dividends   declared   last   year  by   Brttish  | Columbia mining companies amounted  j to between $3,000,000 and $4,000,000  To  American   Subscribers.  On account of the increase in second  class postage rates between Canada  and the United States, on and after  May 8, 1907, the subscription price  of the Pioneer to residents of the  United States will be $2.50 per annum.  This includes new and renewed subscriptions, and is merely the additional  postage that must be paid for American delivery.  it   wil  be able to treat next year about 1,500  tons per day more than it can now  take care of. Tho capacity of the  Washoe smelter is also being gradually  increased. Of course, the copper production is net keeping pace with the  output of ore from the mines, because  it is the policy of the Amalgamated  Company to treat as low grade ore as  possible while the price of copper is  high. Should the price drop materially  a much higher grade of ore would be  Copper Mining In Peru.  The Cerro de l'asco copper properties in Peru, which are controlled bv  J. B. Haggin, J. Pierpont Morgan, H  McKay Twombley, and other wealth)  residents of New York, has probabb  been the most expensive copper proposition ever developed. This company was organized in 1902, with $10,-  000,000 capital, to develop copper  properties in the Cerro de Pasco region  of Peru, which have been worked for  years by natives, and which are said to  contain a copper tonnage estimated all  the way from 2,000,000 to 25,000,000  ions.  To date $17,000,000 of American  money has gone into this proposition  without the return as yet of a single  dollar. A magnificent smelting plant,  erected under the supervision of Frank  Klepetke, has been built near the  mines at an altitude of 15,000 feet,  but after building, it was discovered  that the altitude was too high to per  mit of operation, and the present plant  will have to be removed to a new  location.  Eventually the Cerro de Pasco may  prove to be an important producer of  copper, but, notwithstanding the expenditure of $17,000,000 to date in j  mining development, building reduction works, railroads, etc., more millions will have to be spent before  profitable copper production is possible. !  The value of pure tea as a nerve  nutrient is conceded by the eminent  scientist, Dr. Jonathan Hutchinson.  He takes issue with those who contend  that tea drinking is injurious to people  with weak nerves, and states that a  long serious of experiments proves that  tea direct from gardens, packed in seal  lead packets, such as "SALADA" Tea,  is extremely beneficial to those of weak-  nerves. Such teas build up the nervous system.  HANDBOOK  (New Edition Issued Novembar 15, 1906.)  Is a dozen books in one, covering the  history, geography, geology, chemistry,  mineialogy, metallurgy, terminology,  uses, statistics and finances of copper.  It is a practical book, useful to all and  necessary to most men engaged in any  branch of the copper industry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English  without fear or favor. It lists and describes 4626 copper mines and. companies in all parts of the world, descriptions running from two lines to sixteen pages, according, to importance of  the property. The Copper Handbook  is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The mining man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines, mining and metal. The investor needs j  the book for the facts it gives him aboui  mining, mining investments and copper statistics. Hundreds of swindling  companies are exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  Horace J. Stevens  Editor and Publisher  36     POSTOFFICE     BLOCK,     HOUGHTON,  MICHIOAN.  Issues  :���   Drafts ^  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received. Interest  credited twice a year.  3RANCHES  IN    :  CANADA  55  CAPITAL  $3,000,00(1 Oi)  RESERVE  , $1,600,000.1).  ESTABLISHED  1859.  We   have   a large stock of the  celebrated  And can Promptly Fill all Orders  THE BEST BOTTLED BEER ON THE MARKET  Write, telephone, telegraph or call on  Greenwood Liquor Co.  TAS. McCREATH, Proprietor.  _t-U���:SJ  P. 0.  Box 56.  Phoenlx Market.  'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh anl Cured Heats.  Poultry, Fish and Game io Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,  Eholt and  all  the other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary  GREENWOOD,  B.C.    ��  .����_X_XsX_X_X_X_X_X_Xs^  Dominion Ave..  Cor.Banner St.  NOTICE.  TESDHKS for the purchase of the ''Twin  Sisters" mineral claim, Lot Ml*, which reverted tc th? Crown lor unpaid taxes.  Good value, it is the very best advertisement ever issued, but there is nothing like printers ink to let people  know where they can get it.  Mrs. Shears (in a j.-u-elei's shop).���  I wish my husband were here.  Jeweler���Is In: an authority on  diamonds, madam?  Mrs. Shears- Not exactly; he is an  editor and knows paste whenever he  sees it.  Full informatii'ii in regard to the  prizes offered by the Spokane Interstate Fair, and also the race program  for 1907, is contained in a ii.-page  book, which has just been published.  This will be mailed entirely free of  charge on request to R. II. Cosgrove,  Secretary, 310 Lindellu Block. Spokane, Wash.  Buster's I'hilnsophy-  K.E_OI.vkd,   thai  -IV.  now I know whs-  grandpa Grouch is so cross and unhappy���he is idle. Idle folks have an  awful time being happv. "Blessed is  the Man who has found his -Work,''  the work he loves, and some one he  loves, to share the fruits of his work.  That's happiness. Health is a matter  of being too busy to think about yourself���and eating, sleeping, breathing  right. Grandpa isn't there with any of  it.     Poor grandpa.  Encycloypaedia Britannica, 26 vols,  for sale at less than half cost. Inquire  at Pioneer office.  SEALED TKKDKKS wju be tecelved by the  under.isrned up to i p m ou Saturday, the :oth  dayof Jt't-v, .907. for the purchase of ihe "Twin  SiSTMts" mineral claim, r.ot 1412, situatrd in  the Greenwood Mining Division, Rossland Assessment District, at the upset price of $61 2s,  belnij the amount due at date of Tax Sale, with  tnt-restat 6 per cent, together with taxes du;  since the date of sale Crown Grant hee, and cost  of Advertising.  JAMES R.   BROWN,  Asst. Commissioner of I.aud< and Works  Fairvikw, B.C.  �����93 PHOENIX, B. C.  e����  Carnages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Atttention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Share of th�� Public Patroalge Solicited. 'PHONE 37.  ET THE BEST  mtaina  25,000  New Words  New Gazetteer of the World  with mum tliun -.I.Oui titles, based on the  latest i unsus return..  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DRY   WOOD    FN    ANY    QUANTITY  rrompt  Attention to   orders  nt any  hour of clny or night.  (pH0NE"->        Phoenix, B. C.  o^*^ww*~*^~*~*o I corporation of the City  9 Church Services Tomorrow J|  d ^_.<_t^-*^.-fc^'^v<_^.'v^.'V%. o  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. in.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church  Preaching Service tomorrow at  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:00 a.m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of i  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4U1 Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  of Phoenix.  COURT OF KI.V1..ION  NOT10K  NOTICK is hereby given, llint llie first slttin..  of the Annusl Court of Revision of the Municipality o! the <-'ty of Phoenix will be heiit in t!o*  Counril Chamber. < 'ity Ibitl, Dominion Aveinu.-.  Phoenix, It.t\, on Monday, ji'l.v 15th. iw; at u>  o'clock, a m., for the purpose of heating Com-  p alnts nyainsl the Assessments nuiile by the  Asse sor, alii! for revising ini'l con ecliuj. the  Assessment Roll  JI.   M.  STKI'IIKNH, City ClelU.  Phoenix, II.C, June 7U1, 1907.  Reward Offered.  If any one knowing anything of tin:  effects of Walter Jewsbury, formerly  employed in the mines of this camp,  will notify A. Jewsbury, Victoria, B.C,  he will be suitably rewarded.  mm  MwmM  ���;_4f .-���_*._  l'#ii  m  !;���&���!_  mm  "��� '* 7-'-j  ���'���.'1'>L'.  i&:  ���fife  1 -��  Il f f  J?/  .jl  B#5  I' J  ��&  V:  i.n  _.'��..  C  ft, i  i  fl  ��*.  111  8W  _3*  ?M  _**  W  55'V.i  w*S|  .  THE   PHOENDC   PIONEER.  SHARP <& IRVINE CO.  Brokers,  Wall St. Spokane, Wash  108  A._ul,li__e others, make big profits in the world-  famous Ooeur d'Alene Mining District, Idaho.  Write for Copies of Our Mining Engineor'a Report and Map. Free.  WE W1?H TO SELL  100 to lnuO International Coal   100 to 2000 AI tier I a Coal ..Coke   TKX) to 6000 U. C. Amnlgamaied Coal...  600 to 5000 Nicola Coal Mines Ltd ....'.  100 to   300 Snowstorm 'C.D.A.)   100 to   500 Stewart ."    1000 to 6000 Copper King    "    20 to   2J0 Dominion Copper.  20 to  J.00  .11  Bi<t  .06  3.00  2.15  ���09>'_  Market  NONPAREIL  COPPER  NOW  __EnC   PER SHARE  Jaqu/sh & Carlson  Meuubme-m Spokmnm Mining ��_.oA_ui_w  601-602 A, Rookopy, Spokane, Wash,  Thomas Roderick  and   James Mc-  Nulty are looking after  their   mining  interests in   the Similkameen district, I  not far from the Nickel Plate mine.  J.  Morice    Wright,   of Vancouver,  agent   for   the  New  Scale   Williams  piano, was here yesterday, and took an  order from Marry James   for three   in  struments.  3��0 B.C. Copper...    Market  If you are in the n.arket to buy or sell mining stocks write or wire us, We  make a specialty of Alberta and British Columbia stocks. We sell stocks on the  Monthly Pay itaent Plan.    We loannioney on nil active stocks.  "X  let.Iif Hot-I ff ---.diry'- l.t.l-t  ���1*1-1 C*��p  In and Around Phoenix  j, BRIEF  TOPICS  OK  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL ��-  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS. ** __E  Boundary Side Lights  Hotel Balmoral  Newkod Up-_o-_���t��,  Centrally Locmted,  Good Sample Rooms,  Corner Knob Bill Are., ��ud Flnt St.,  PHOENIX, H, C.  ^ I. A  HcMASTER  Proprietor.  IE  Hotel Brooklyn  Best job printing extant at the Pioneer Office-  Dry wood  in   car  lots.     Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Prescriptions carefully prepared   by  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  See Miss  McDonald,   milliner,   for  sewing machines and supplies.  For sale, dresser and washstand, in  good order.    Apply at Pioneer office.  A man is known by the time he  keeps.   Morrison, the Watch Adjuster,  Sewing machines to rent at $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald, milliner.  Collector Whittaker reports that  $1,685 was taken in at Phoenix office  for customs during the month of June.  Perpetual results cannot accompany  I occasional advertising.    It is   the  persistent advertiser that reaps  the  large  !     Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Hannam's milk suffers no addition  or subtraction.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Bank Block,  July   1 oth to 14th, inclusive.  Before  buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. f. Gardner.  The tax rate for the city of Grand  Forks for the year 1907 has been  fixed at 25 mills.  Castings for the Trail smelter are  being made at the Boundary Iron  Works at Grand Forks.  Greenwood's band furnished the  music for the Yankees at the Republic  Fourth of July celebration this week.  George Clark, of Grand Forks, and  Miss K. Campbell, of New Westminster, were married in the latter  place on June 20th.  Latest Mining Stock Quotations.  Reported by B, B.   Mich ton  Nelson.B.C. Corrected to Jn  Woodchoppers wanted.    Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Junction.  Alberta Coal and Coke  Alameda   B.C. Copper  Bullion   California   Cariboo McKinney 04  ���. r      Copper King 08^  on account of the rain, and an enjoyable Cone. Smelters  115.00  time was had by the children and their | {��&��� $����;;::;:;     6$  For sale cheap, two five-foot showcases with tables to match. Apply to  E. A. Black. vv  Monday's picnic by the Methodist  Sunday school took place in the church      & Co.  ly 3, 11)07.  ��� IO AHKftll  3��W        .40  We are now in a position to make up  RINGS, CROSSES,  LOOKBTS,     CHAINS,  etc., on short notice. Persons having  old gold keepsakes can have them  made up into new and beautiful articles of .Jewelry. All work, done right,  hero in Phoenix, ami it will stand  comparison will) like products of  eastern   mnnufa.liirors.    ::      :.      ::  E. A. BLACK,  ��1 The Jeweler J*  Knob Hill Ave. Phone No. 68.  17  8.75  elders.  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  Steam   >    Heated  JAMES HARSHALL. Prop. Phoenix. B.C.  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  ���ft  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.. , Choice stock of Irrigating -goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large, ~ airy  and '  well   furnished'rooms.  Doaiat.g Aveiac  Phttaix, B < C.  loehix dteam  LIMITED.  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a   position to handle the  largest or smallest orders  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  Phone No. 25  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  Patronize Home Industry.  results  Phoenix Lodge No. 17, Daughters of  Rebekah, held their semi annual installation of officers this week at the  lodge hall.  All outstanding debts of the Phoenix  Base Ball Club for the season of 1907  should be presented as soon as possible  to E. A. Black.  Dan Rankin is clearing ground for  the erection of a residence on upper  Old Ironsides avenue. Some of the  lumber has been delivered.  The I-adies' Aid will serve ice  cream and cake in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, on next Friday evening, July 12th, from 8 o'clock.���25c.  I have taken over the Phoenix  Bakery, arid will redeem all outstanding bread tickets of J. C. Cashen till  July toth only.���W. J. Prendergast  For Sale ��� Lot 3, Block 15, and  Lot 6, Block 12, Knob Hiil avenue.  Owner of this property, best in the  city, will sell cheap for spot cash. D.J.  Matheson, Agent.  Last week Friday, the members of  Phoenix Aerie No. 158, F. 0.,E. put  through three candidates and held a  smoker afterwards, which��� was���much  enjoyed by those present.  Greenwood's ball tossers failed to  I put in an appearance last Sunday here,  as previously arranged, to play with  the Phoenix Yteam. Greenwood has  beaten Midway twice this year.  Invitations have been received here  for the wedding in Portland on the  x 7th inst. of two young people formerly  residing here, namely, Miss Lavina  Anna Moser and Eddie Elias Andrew.  The wedding will take place at the  ���j residence of Mr. Andrew's parents.  Duncan McDonald moved his stable  into the new quarters on Dominion avenue, near the city hall, this week, and  now has most convenient arrangements for carrying on his extensive business. Last week he made a trip to  Spokane with Mrs. McDonald, and  some rigs, including an up-to-date  bus, will shortly arrive and be added to  ;his equipment. : :  An exchange puts the editor's characteristics into poetry . (?) thus: Who  weeps when you are' sad, and laughs  with you when you are glad, and smiles  with you when you are mad���the  editor. Who has to be both kind and  wise, and never (hardly ever) lies, and  when he does, creates surprise���the  editor. Who owns a heart as well as  cheek, possessed of spirit, yet is meek,  and lives on 40 cents a week���Ibe  editor.  I uesday evening the Dandy Dixie  Minstrels appeared at the opera house  to  an   excellent  audience.    It was a  typical colored minstrel show and gave  as much satisfaction as such shows  usually do, having all the accompania-  ments and trimmings for such cases  made and provided, including brass  band, etc.  Granby  115.00  Gertie   International Coal..  Nabob   Oom Paul   Panhandle Smelter.  Rambler-Cariboo...  Sullivan   Stewart   Snowstorm   White Bear   18>_  .80  .29%  .37  .09j_"  .28  .10*.  2.00  2.96  .04  .18  9.00  .09.4  .06>_  .00  .08),  130.00  0.00  .09  130.00  MX  .92  ���31 %  .42  ��� _(.>_���  .30i_  .10%-  2.12>_  2.98  .07  ^ HOTEL    UNION .*  EHOLT,   JJ.C.  The  best  conducted  Hotel   in  BAR AND TABLE FIRST-CLASS.  the most   important  Boundary,  s  railway   town   in   th_  TORNISY,   Phoi-  COMING AND GOING  m~\  Dan Martin left Wednesday to visit  in Prince Edward Island.  John R. Cassin, a Spokane mining  man, was in camp last Sunday.  Mrs. J. F. Cotton left Thursday on  a visit to her old home in Ontario.  Alderman William J. Porter returned Saturday from a trip to Vancouver.  John Graham, of Rossland, spent  Sunday here with his mother and  sisters.  Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  NOTICE.  Prompt, attention to all orders  A.   D.   HcKENZIE;   Mana^r.  Dominion Ave., -      ��� - - Pfioenfac, B C.  THE  FINEST  QUALITY  IN  MILK and CREAM  THE  OAIRV  PHONE  STBICTI-Y   KHKSJI   EGGS  J.   W.   UAMXAM,   PHOPBIIiTOR.  Wanted.     -  A live, energetic, ambitious agent  for The Mutual Life of Canada; full instructions with liberal contract offered  to the man who can deliver the goods,  experience not necessary. If you believe you are the man, write a personal  letter, stating your qualifications and  references, to Wm. J. Twiss, Manager,  Vancouver.  For Sale.  One-half or whole interest in the  Phoenix Skating Rime. A snap.  Apply to W. J. Prendergast or H. A.  Munro, Phoenix, B. C.  George E. Cole,, of the office staff at  the Cariboo-McKinney mine, was here  last week Friday.  Alex. McRae went over to Nelson  Saturday, and took in the Dominion  Day celebration there.  Mrs. O. N. Galer left Tuesday for  Denver,. Colo^..where she will visit Mr.  Galer's mother for a time.  Mrs. Forbes Kerby and daughter  came up from Grand Forks Wednesday to visit Mrs. L. Y. Birnie.  James Marshall and wife went over  to Oroville, Wash., to take in the  Fourth of July celebration this week.  Tom Kirk, of Colville, who came up  Saturday to attend the funeral of Joe  Taylor, was accompanied by Mrs.  Kirk.  Miss Clark went to Trail Saturday,  returning this week Wednesday with  her mother, who will visit here for a  time.  Patrick J. Dermody and family left  Greenwood Thursday, to make their  home in or near Vancouver in the  future.  Harry P. Dickinson, of Rossland,  the Giant power representative for the  interior, was in camp this week, on a  periodical visit.  Mrs. John McRae, who has been  spending a month with relatives at  Cran brook, returned Monday, bringing  her little neice.       ;  C. H. Reeves,' manager for the  William ' Hunter. Co., Ltd., returned  Wednesday from a. month's well-earned  vacation, spent in the east.  Mrs. Daniel Draisey and children  left on Wednesday for New Westminster, where Mr. Draisey is in the  employment of the B. C. Electric Railway.Co.  John Mclnnes, M.L.A., started  Wednesday on a visit to his old home  at Hartville, Prince Edward Island,  and expects to be gone about six  months.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Sturgeon, sister  and brother-in-law of Danny Deane,  came in with Mr. Deane from England  on Monday, and will make their home  here in future.  Notice is hereby given to the electors of the  municipality of thf Corporation of thi City of  Phoenix, B. C, that I require the presence of the  electors at the City Hall, on the nth day of July,  A.D., 1907, at 13 o'clock noon, lor the purpose of  electing persons to represent them ln the Municipal Council as Alderman for East Ward, and  Alderman for West Ward.  The mode of nomination of Candidates shall  be as follows:  The Candidates shall be nominated in writing:  the writing shall be subscribed by two voters of  the municipality as proposer and seconder, and  shall be delivered to the returning officer at any  time between the date of tbe notice and 2 P M.  of the day of the nomination, and in the event  of a poll being necessary, such poll will be open  on the 16th day of July. A. D., 1907, at the City  Hall, of which every person is hereby required  to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Persons qualified to be nominated for and  elected as Aldermen for the Corporation of the  City of Phoenix. B. C, shall be such persons as  are male British subjects of the full age of  twenty-one years, and are not disqualified under  any law, and who have been for the six mouths  next preceedlng the day ot nominaUon the registered owner, in the Land Registry office, of land  or real property, in the city of the assessed value,  on the last municipal assessment roll, of five  hundted dollars or more, over and above any  registered judgment or charge, and who are  otherwise qualified as municipal voters.  Given under my hand at Phoenix, B.C., the  4th day or July; 1907; , --.-.���   M. M. STEPHENS.  Returning Officer.  P_me for Sale.  Having installed a range of larger  capacity, I have a 7-foot John Bull  range for sale, at a bargain. In first-  class condition, apply to James Marshall, Hotel Brooklyn, Phoenix, B.C.  yooo%<xxxxx>i  Millions Are Being Made In  The   Coeur   d'Alene   Mines.  Carriey   Copper  A     WINNING     PROPERTY  Capital 1,500,000 Shares     Par Value $1.00  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. O.  Pres.; W. D Greenough, Mullan,  Idaho, Vice Pres. and Mgr.; CD.  Miller, Mullan, Idaho, See.; Jas.  Carson, Mullan, Idaho, Superintendent. Mr. Carson developed  the Morning Mine, being in charge  11 years.  The Company is developing 8  claims   and 3  fractions,  4 miles  from Mullan, on the Northern  Pacific railroad nnd a valuable  water right.  There are30 feet of shipping ore  in sight. An 800-foot tunnel is being driven to cut the ore at the  500-foot level, with 300 feet more  to run. A limited amount of  stock will be sold for a short time  at 17^ cents per share.  Do not allow this opportunity to pass unimproved. The money you invest goes  into development for your benefit.  J.  !_..   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  ^8<K><><>o<><><yo~<>p-o^  Tried in the  Crucible of Time  is our WATCH REPAIR  DEPARTMENTAL  SYSTEM  When doing your Spring House Cleaning and making changes, do not  forget that we have that odd piece of  furniture:  that you have been wanting���or will   furnish entire seta. In the Latest Styles.    ::   :: ::    ::  RUGvS  BINN $  No details get away from ns.  The work is well executed, the  prices moderate and the returns  made promptly..  A. D. MORRISON,  JEWELER and OPTICIAN  Time Inspector for G. N. Ry.  MX  Having secured a firstcla's  baker, I am prepared to delivei  promptly the best Brkap, Cakk  and Pies. Satisfiaction guaran  teed; trial solicited. Family and  hotel trade get special attention  'Phone A55.     W.J.Prendergast, Prop.  House For Sale.  Five room   house    for    sale,  modern conveniences.    Apply  to  J. Portek, Phoenix, B. C.  All  Page Boyles left Thursday for Spokane, thence intending to proceed to  the Holden mine, in the Lake Chelan  country, to do-some diamond drilling.  He sent his crew and machine ahead.  Joseph Lancaster, formerly engineer  for the Dominion Copper Co. m this  camp, but now connected with mines  in the Belcher district in Washington,'  was here early this week, looking for  miners.  Just  Received  UNDERTAKING.  >?*)��W.[_. Ml *��>!">_]��  CAMERAS  We have ihe best stock of  CAMEKAS and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES in  the Boundary, and can furnish  anything along this line for  the amateur or professional.  Calls of   inspection   invited.  & Smith,  Ltd*  .S, KTC  Th  William Hunter Co., Limited.  Snminimt Aurttur.  JL iViathe_sor_-  3nsurance agent  A.Vf.  ACCIDKNT.  FIDELITY    BONDS.       -���������������-���-_____________,  COMM__.8IO.VK__   F08    TAKING*   AKFIDAv'.TlT   ^^  MINING ond INVESTMENT BROKERS  r.RAWER.q__. L.D. phone no.  Subject to market fluctuation and confirmation  JPHOjENIX,  BoC.  "  Y..\Vic V. n,_ sell.  300 Alberta Coal {F'ree)....        .38  100 B."Cic<>��>per  9.25  C000 California Rossland 00'_  10000 Cariboo-McKinney .  .04>��  5000 Denoro Mines.......;... .08%  100 Dominion Copper.  6.26  Wb Wil. Sum,.  1600 Internatknal Coal...  6000 Nicola Coal Mines...  2000 Rambler Cariboo.  5000-Sullivan  '.','.'.  5000 Panhandle Smelter.  8000 Yale-Kootenay Ice.  (Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  |Ladies' and Chi_-  Goods  If yon will trade at price* named please use the wires at our expense.  J  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will I  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing |  for   winter.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  fall    blocks,   in   Black and Brown,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing, Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy SttitS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks and three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' l.inen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  The WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD  ~saws_s___  i f_i *       *p-��-       _  _���   ������ _m___    _���_���_��� ������_ Hart ��  ,%Tir_^M^iJ_K___i'-_ft$_i  ,��5��33SWSaE��F*P^^  !  fr (  11  i4  I  m  ��  mmmm  m  m  gw

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