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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 22, 1905

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 Sje&toto1*  U&iwT ***r~?.  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  #  tottee  Phoenix is the Centre  |n3TH^ading Mining  Camp  of ^Boundary,  AND   BOUNDARY   MININfJ JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  - K  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLU^|iA; SATURDAY,^ JUJ.Y 22,  .905.  No.'37  at ���      ���     ���    ���  Headquarters For  Hot Weather Delicacies  Such as-  Swift's Summer Sausage, per lb..350/"  Ashland Hams ready to eat, per lb. 25c.  Pickled Pigs Feet, per lb. sec.  Lunch Tongue, tin 35c.  Chicken, tin 35  Turkey, 35c.  l>ut:k 350.  Australian Rabbit, tin 40c.  Chipped Dried Beef, tin 35c.  Heinz Pork and Beans Sauced  "     Celery Sauce 40c. bottle.  ���"     Buli. Sweet pickles 35c. quart.  Arriving Daily 5:30 p. m.  Blackberries,    Raspberries, *  Cherries  Watermelons,. Canteloups, Etc., Etc.  Do Your Shopping  The Coolest Place  m Town  THE    BIG    iSTOttE,  ��M*fftf��*p  We have made arrangements  for a full supply of Fruit for preserving.  You  will be   safe in  placing  your orders with us for whatever you intend to preserve.   If  it is obtainable we wil1   have it.  We guarntee prices.  Raspberries, Cherries, Peaches,  Plums and Currants are  coming in plentifully  this week.  On the Preston the shaft is down  55 feet, and drifting is being done at  this level.  Boyles Brothers have been opeiat-  ing a diamond drill for the Granby Co.  for more than ten months:  Shipments are starting from the  E.P.U. once more, as repairs to thCj  tramway have been completed. Drifting is going on at the 200 foot level.  Three shifts of men are now at work-  in the main shaft of the Crescent,  which is down about 80 feet, and will  be deepened to the_ 100 foot level,  when drifting will be done.- Rich ore  is being taken out every day.  Development at the Mavis continues to show up that property better  than ever. In the bottom of the 40  foot shaft the vein is now about 14  inches wide, and is literally sprinkled  with free gold. Several tons of good  ore are now on the dump.  Exactly two months ago today the  last man was laid off at the Brooklyn  mine pending reorganization. The  only employees have been Foreman  Callahan and Master Mechanic Crawford, who kept the water out of the  Brooklyn and Stemwinder.  W. V. Williams returned Thursday  from a trip to the Dividend and Lake  side groups on Kruger(mpuntain, Oso-  yoos, on which the Gnnby Co. has a  bond. The drift ou the Dividend is  now in 126 feet, with as much more to  drive to strike the.-ledge. Foreman  Rogers has 15 men at work. Mr  Williams went right'On lo Spokane.  Last Saturday, when a new head  feeder was . put to,' work at the B. C.  Copper smelter at Greenwood, the  feeders quit work without notice. The  furnaces were drawn^by Supt. McAllister and assistants,'f&hd. the union did  not uphold the men. in quitting work.  Monday the furnaces>,were placed in  blast again, and are^running as usual  once more. ��� . The' ?#ork at the company's Mother Lode,; mine was not  affected. ;    '  ' j:'''���/  Frederic Keffer, manager of the B.  C. Copper Co., who has been spending some weeks in tie east, returned  over the main line J^ist week, his wife  meeting him at Rev.elstoke. He. then  went into the Similkameen via Spence's  Bridge, to examine'Hhe work being  done by the company on the Sunset  group, Copper mountain, where a force  of some thirty men: is at work under  Foreman Morrison. v./lne company is  also looking into some of the coal  measures at Otter Flat, it is said, and  has obtained an option on some copper claims not far from Keremeos.  '����������������������������������������������������������������������������  i DOMINION -7-  j     TO START]  HIS LIFE WAS  CRUSHED OUT  James  McGregor   Killed  Granby Mines.  at  PHOENIX MAN WINS MININQ SUIT  Robert G. Mack   Will  Oct  Profit  Fran Ibe  Will  Oct  Profit  Atheistaa.  Fatality Occurred in an  Chute.  Ore  A sad fatality occurred Monday  afternoon at the Granby mines, resulting" in"tlie"'"death "of James "A. McGregor, who had been employed here  for less than a mo uh.  McGregor was under Shiftboss John  Miller, and was mucking at the 19th  chute of the third level. In common  with all men at the mines, he had been  warned not to enter the chute, because  of the danger from ore suddenly falling  from above. Like ihany, however, he  took chances, and went up into the  chute, evidently to dislodge some ore.  It came down without warning or time  for him to escape, and when found a  few minutes later McGregor was dead,  with a piece of rock weighing many  hundred pounds pinning him against  the walls, his life having evidently been  crushed out instantly. It required six  men to remove the rock. Dr. Boucher  was called', but the poor fellow was beyond human aid, and the remains was  taken to Clark & Binns undertaking  parlors.  Constable Darraugh was notified, as  well as Dr. C. M. King ton, of Grand  Forks, the coroner, and Tuesday afternoon the coroner's inquest was held,  the jury empanelled being David Oxley, foreman, Alex McRae, H. A.  Munroe, Alex Greig, Murdock Mcln-  tyre and A. S. Williamson. Those  examined as witnesses were Hemy  Haughton, Norman McLeod, John  Miller and Dr. R. B. Bencher. The  jury rendered a verdict of accidental  death, with a recommendation that  the company make ore chutes as safe  as possible.  The funeral was held Thursday  afternoon from Miners' Union hall, interment being given in the Phoenix  city cemetery, Rev. MacColl and  Whittaker officiating.  The funeral was attended by Supt.  Smith, Foreman Swanson and over  100 miners.  McGregor was a young man, not  more than 20 or 21 years of age, a  native of Nyanza, Victoria county,  Nova Scotia. He leaves a father and  mother, with brothers and sisters, who  were notified of the fatality. Before  coming to Phoenix McGregor had  been employed at log rolling at a sawmill near Ymir. He had joined the  Miners'   Union   only   last    Saturday  night.           Pint Dirt is Thrown.  This week a start on active work towards the building of the new opera  house and hall by Phoenix Miners'  Union was made. Work was started  on the necessary excavating and from  now on it is expected there will be no  let-up. The first lumber is on the  ground, and the order for the lumber  for the entire structure is being placed  this week.  The opera house will be 45x100 feet  in size, large enough to scat five hundred persons il desired. It will probably have a metallic ceiling and will bo  down to date in its appoi iitiiients.  The entrance will he on School street,  with an extra lire exit or two. The  committee state ihat they have been  much delayed in getting started by not  being able to secure the exact grade  of either Knob Hill avenue or School  street from the city officials.  By the receipt  ot< a   telegram   this  week   from   his attorney in Spokane,  Robert G. Mack, of Phoenix, was noti-  -  J  fled that he had won; the suit   against  his brother, John Mack, and the Athel-  stan Gold & Copper^Mining Co., and  is adjudged the owner of 33,333 shares  of    Athelstan    stoctc,   and   that   his  father's estate gets 5&000 shares.  The suit has been! before the courts  of Washington stated for about two  years, and has nows^been decided by  the courtrofhighest-ri?Jiort, the opinion  rendered bemg a reversal of the superior court of Spokane county.  In 1896 John Mack was prospecting in the Boundary, with the understanding that Robert G. Mack should  hai-e a half inteiest in what might be  located. W. J. Poiter showed John  the present Athelstan ground, which  was located. Later Robert and William, another brother, did assestments  on the Athelstan, and they agreed that  William should have a third. In 1898  John bonded the claim to Loring &  Crane of Spokane for $15,000, ten per  cent down. This bond finally lapsed  In 1900 the claim was sold to the  Athelstan Gold and Copper Minint.  Co., consisting mostly of Huntington  Quebec, men, for $3,000 cash and  350,000 shares. John gave his  brothers their share of the cash, but  sold the stock to W. J. Morrison for  $14,000, payable in 12 months.  John Mack declined to divide the  sales of the stock with his brothers,  c'aiming the cash he gave them was in  the nature of outright gifts. The  Supreme Court of Washington gives  Robert G. Mack all that he asks for.  In the meantime, Morrison and  Mack made a deal with the Athelstan  syndicate to sell a control, or about  520,000 shares, the syndicate consisting of Messrs. Slawson, Collins, Hunter, etc. After working the claim this  syndicate sold the control they held to  the Montreal & Boston for something  like $60,000 or $8o,ooo. The Montreal & Boston has since sold the  Athelstan control to the Dominion  Copper Co.  Robert G. Mack is receiving the  congiatulations of his many friends in  Phoenix. John Mack is operating the  Spokane claim, a high grade property  near Greenwood.  Financial End is Now in  Best of Shape.  M. M. Johnson and T. W.  Drummond Here.  . Max Kuntz   has   received the con-i     It is said that Midway is to have a  trac^ for watering the streets of Grand j weekly newspaper in the near futuie.  Faulds Brothers, of Greenwood, won  first   prize   of $150 last Monday in a  Mrs. McKelvey is refurnishing and  repairing the Dominion house, on Old  Ironsides avenue.  Last Saturday night the Miners'  Exchange hotel was closed, the license  having expired. M. II. Roy, the proprietor, took possession of the Butte  hotel,, which lie had previously purchased. Robert Barr, who had the  Butte, is looking for something in the  .Similkameen country. Mr. Roy is  making a number of improvements in  the Butte.  James McRae, of McRae Bros. &  Smith, returned Sunday from a two  months' trip into the Similkameen  country, and was much pleased at  what he saw while absent. Ho carrietl  his line camera along with him and  took a large number of the best photographs of mines, buildings, towns, etc.,  ever seen in that section. lie says  there are about 15 men employed at  Medley.  M. M. Johnson, chief consulting engineer of the Dominion  Copper Co., which recently ab  sorbed the properties of the  Montreal & Boston Consolidated  in the Boundary, accompanied  by T.W. Drummond, who will  be the local superintendent, arrived in camp yesterday noon,  for the .purpose of looking over  the properties, preparatory to beginning actual work once more.  Horace T. Pemberton, manager  ofthe Montreal & Boston Consolidated, was with them and  showed them around the Brooklyn, Stemwinder, Rawhide and  other mines owned by the company. :  Mr. Johnson was seen by the  Pioneer representative, but said  he was not yet ready to talk for  publication regarding his plans.  Operations would be resumed  shortly, however, he stated.  From other sources the Pioneer  man is informed .that all the preparations for extensively exploiting the Brooklyn group of mines',  have now been definitely completed. There were a number  of complications that took time  to straighten out, but this has fin  ally been accomplished, and the  financial end of the company is  without question. The $700,-  000 bond issue was more than,  subscribed, and the debts ofthe  old company are being taken  care of, leaving a large working  mnd.  T. W. Drummond. the new  local manager, has been for yeais  in the employ'of Mr. Johnson at  the Highland Boy-mine,-at Bing---  ham, Utah, where he was assistant superintendent. Mr. Johnson himself is on the new board  of directors, and lie will have  entire charge of the operations of  the company. He expects to  remain in the Boundary two nr  three weeks on this trip, and will  be here frequently in future. W.  C- Thomas, the new smelter  superintendent, will arrive in a  day or two.  It is the intention, we are informed, to start the mines and  smelter at once, on the old lines,  the new management picking up  where the old management left  off. As soon as possible, Mr.  Johnson will formulate his policy  of extensive and vigorous development and enlargement, which  it is believed, cannot but redound  to the benefit of the Boundary  as well as to that of the shareholders of the company.  The Untermeyer - Newhouse-  Guggenheim interests are a strong  combination, and their introduction to the Boundary, with their  records of success in the mining  world, is thought to be a good  thing for this section.  Forks.  Thomas Patker, of Grand,Forks,  has heen gazetted inspector of weights  and measures for the district of Nelson.  E. Spraggett, road foreman, has a  force of twenty men busy on the extension of the wagon road to Franklin  camp.  Judge Andrew Leamy is' still very,  ill at his home in Grand Forks, and  his oldest son has arrived from St.  Catharines, Ontario.  , ��� In rebuilding its Boundary line, the  B. C. Telephone Co. gang has reached.  Grand Forks, and is now coming up  Boundary mountain.  Duncan Ross, M. P., is expected to  return from Otfiwa next week, and it ���  would not he surprising if the residents  of Greenwood tendered him  a  reception.  A total: of;fourteen pupils from the  Grand Forks public school has passed  the high school examination in the last  year, four of them at the recent examination.  William McBride, appointed alderman in- Greenwood to take the place  vacated by the resignation of Alder  man McNeill, has declined to accept  the position.  Holders of retail liquor licenses at  Grand Forks were given a permit for  one month .to August 15th, by which  time the new license bylaw is expected  to be m effect.  W. A. Harkin, for years a well  known correspondent in the Boundary,  is now at the coast, and is said to be  holding down an editorial chair in.the  office of the Vancouver Province. ���-:  A. W. Strickland, formerly with the  Greenwood branch of the Bank of  Montreal, arid latterly manager of the  New Denver branch, has been made  manager ol the new branch at Nicola  Lake. .     .    . -.,  rock drilling contest at Rossland.  There wnre six teams entered, and the  winners drilled 35^ inches in 15  minutes. -  Owing to the continued illness of  Judge Leamy, the Liberals of Grand  Forks are making an effort to have W.  H. P. Clement, of that city, appointed  deputy county judge for Yale and  Kootenay. '  In another week or two it is  expected that the ntw Greenwood  water works will be ready for use, the  water being taken from Lind creek,  and the system also supplying the adjoining town ol Anaconda.  Next Monday the license   commiss���''-'  ioners   for Boundary  creek- will hold  a special meeting at Grand Forks, and  on August 4th another  special   meet -  ing will be held, the latter lo considei  the application of B.   Lequime for  a  license at Midway.  Charles H. Thomas is talking of rebuilding his Cascade hotel, which was  burned to the ground last week, together with several other buildings in  Cascade. The total losses from the  fire run up to about $20,000. Mr,  Thomas had only$i,ooo insurance.  The bridge over Kettle river at  Hall's ferry, seven miles below Cascade, known and crossed by all old  timers in the Boundary for years, went  out last week, and wagon communication between Boundary and Marcus or  Bossburg is a thing of the .past���for  the present, at least.  J. Callayhan, C.P.R. engineer from  Winnipeg, is reported to be making a  reconnoisance up the North Fork of  Kettle river, and on into the Nicola  country from there. This makes the  third survey of the kind for a railway  line up to Franklin camp, the Kettle  Valley and Great Northern each having run lines to that important section  of the Boundary.  (���������������������e����0**o*��e*9��*��*e��  LITIGATION OVER  PROVIDENCE MINE,  Cases  Now  Being  Nelson.  Tried  at  This week the several cases of litigation, involving the control of the  rich Providence mine, near Greenwood, were on trial at Nelson. The  cases all grew out of attempts made by  both Chicago and Boundary shareholders to gain control of the mine, the  friction between the two parties having  grown more acute for several months  last past. Mark F. Madden represents  the Chicago men, while W. M. Law,  J. J. Caulfield and ���Duncan Mcintosh  are among the Greenwood men interested, together with W.' S. Macy, of  Phoenix. Sonic of the best legal  talent ol the province is engaged on  both sides of the cases, with ten or fifteen lawyers, more or less, which are  being heard by Mr. Justice  Irving.  The first case was that against Caul-  field, 1-aw and Mcintosh, for $294,  paid through a dummy to settle Caul-  field's expense to Chicago. The testimony was extremely sensational, and  while the justice reserved decision till  the cases are all through, he indicated  how he might decide.  The second case is Ihe celebrated  Diiiiond fraction case, the company  having bought that claim, and Madden  seeking to nullify the s;(  give the local men, it was t  controlling interest.    The  to lie paid for 111  company.  1,6(1  c, as it would  bought, the  1 linioiid was  lares   of   ihe  Grand Chancellor W��i Here*. t  George Johnson, of Nanaimo, grand  chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of  British Columbia, was a visitor in the  city last Tuesday, and was given a reception by the local members of the  order at Hardy hall. Mr. Johnson  made an address, being introduced by  Chancellor Campbell, of Phoenix  Lodge No. 2S. Refreshments were  served, and the evening was much enjoyed.  In speaking about the condition of  the order in British Columbia, Mr.  Johnson said that the order was very  prosperous throughout the province. In  the British Columbia jurisdiction there  are 28 subordinate lodges with a membership of about 2,485. Vancouver is  a stronghold of Pyihianism, having  three lodges. Victoria has two lodges,  and every leading town in the province has at least one. The lodges are  all fairly well off financially.  Contractor Fisher, with his six men,  is making progress on his work of finishing the grading of upper Dominion  avenue for the Great Northern railway.  Joseph Ingram, of Phoenix, passed  the high school entrance examinations  at Nelson with flying honors. Out of  22 that passed the Phoenix boy was  second in the entire list, there being  twenty behind him.  " LoachtHIIIier Wedding.  Thursday Miss Amanda Losche and  Abner Hillier were married at the  residence of the bride's parents, Grand  Forks, by Rev. J. R. Robertson, pastor of the Presbyterian church. Mr.  Hillier is electrician at the Granby  mines, which position he has held for  a number of years, while Mrs. Hillier  has also been a resident of Phoenix  for some time. The happy couple  will settle down at housekeeping on  upper Knob Hill avenue.  In Memorlam.  Whereas, our esteemed brother,  Frank Loster, has been by accidental  death removed from our midst, we the  members of Phoenix Miners' Union,  No. 8, W.F.M., do hereby desire to  express our sorrow and sympathy to  his relatives in their season of affliction, and order that a copy of this  resolution be spread upon the minutes  and published in the Miner's Magazine and the local press, and that the  charter be draped in mournihg for  thirty days.  Phoenix, B. C, July 18,   1905.  Wkhstkk Rooers,  AKCHIK  F.   IiKRRV,  JOHN Ml'Gl.VNIS,  Committee.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives tlie ore shipments  of Boundary  mines   lor 1900,   for 1^0] to  1902 for  1903 for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer-  X  Mine. Camp.  Granby Mines Phoenix  Snowshoe Phoenix  U. C Copper Co.  Mother r.ode Deadwood  Ilonnie Belle Deadwood  Montreal & Iloston Con.  Hrooklyn-Slem winder Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose S.iuitnit  Athelstau-Jnckpot Wellington  Dominion Copjxrr Co.  Brooklyn-Stem winder d'mp..l'hoeuix  Morrison Oeadwood  II. C. Mine Summit  K.Bell Summit  Hnuna Summit  Oro Dcuoro Summit  Senator Summit  ISrey h'ogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Sum m it  Sulphur King Summit  A Winnipeg Wellington  A Oolden Crown Wellington  t Ring Solomon    ...... W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Palis White's  Jewel Long I.ate  Carmi West Fork  T Providence Providence  ��� l-;lkhorn  Providence  $ Skylark Skylark  t.ast Chance Skylark  H. P. U. Mine Skylaik  A liny  Skylark  * Ruby Boundary Palls  Y Republic lloumlnry Vails  T Miscellaneous   1900  ��4.SJ3  297  1901  331,762  '.73'  1902  3W.S5S  20,Sou  1903  393.71a  71,212  1904  5-19.703  1*5  33��.Sy6  I'm SI  WYck A  ",3-12 ('  5.3-10  99,034  14l,326  13-1,079  174,298  92.6.S6  2.1,12  S02  55��  150  15,731  5.6|6  2S.9.SO  3.0-u  3,250  1.759  4,5����  4.1.1/9  23 305  ��55  4.7-17  '9,494  1.076  2,250  I  47,405  ���50  14.Hn  560  S.530  3.339  19.305  650  22,937  '5,537  S<<S  37.tfo  l6,4uo  3.45"  364  33  1,040  7S5  625  482  2.-U5  875  665  350  2,W*>  890  219  993  ' 400  726  325  52  So  167  So  00  1,833  33  150  3,2.1"  3.45"  J'JU.SlHP  y^,.K-o    tjyo,.)iy  cWv.SnS  Smelter treatment���  (Jrnnby <'o        62.3*7  2JO,SjS  jw,M��    -toi.yji  ;,uO,J.S .���  H. C. Copper Co    ���. ���  11 7,611  Mil, boo    I0���',yi3  ;no,.|S|  MonltealtSt Hoston dm     -.     MJ .VO  s��.w  Si")  2'S  ii  ",Sll     l|.'  t  ��� ���  .,2       2...... A.  1.11     4.      !><2       1.;  042   ��  m  ��i*    WAV  m  i '  ' ml  i *;  ;   15  il  4'tf  i ��  j  m  I  0  fvfrl  r.<  Total reduced..  ju��ii��iaiii��ai��CTiuiinMa����M��mMMUB��BMB  mmmexossmmm?*^-,' THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  ���J!  \'J:  It Takes Jbess Tea  to the cup when  is used, because of it's unusual purity aud strength.    Results are better, too.  Most people prefer the Red Label.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  IMUKD ON SATURDAYS ��Y THK  PIONEER PUBLISH IN(. CO.  AT mOENIX. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  ��� ,     .. I Business office No. 14.  Telephone.* j M.nager', residence. No. is.  (OBDCKimONS IN   ADVANCE.  ftrYur   ail Months..  ..t2.oo  .. t.as  If you are not a subscriber to thi�� paper, tliia  1* an Invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates lurnisheo on application.  Legal notices 10 aud 5 cents per line.  Pour weekly insertions constitute one month's  ��� trert slue.  ��  '9��5  JULY.  i9��S  Sun. Hon.  rues. Wed.   Thu. Fr..  Set.  2       3  4      5      6    7  1  8  9     10  11     12    13  14  '5  '  16     17  18    19 '  20 21  22  23     24  25    26    27  28  29  3��    3i  The Nelsqn Economist is entering  its ninth year, and boasts that it has  ever been a'staunch advocate of Conservatism���which nobody will deny.  Here's lony- life to the Economist.  The municipal hilarity continues in  Nelson, and as the Greenwood Times  remarks, the all-absorbing question is  whether the mayor -is it or it is the  mayor. Particular people can take  their choice.  This week all of the dirty linen in  connection with the rich Providence  mine is. being washed in court. It will  be a good thing when the cases are  finished and Boundary's banner high  grade property is once more placed on  a dividend paying basis.  After numberless delays and exten  sive preparation, it now looks as though  the work of ex'ending the Great Northern westward from Midway would  be in active operation by the first of  next month. When it begins, there  ��� will be lively times orice more.  The tendency of the times in parts  of British Columbia to reduce Ihe  number of retail liquor licenses is one  that has been lonjf obtained in Alberta  and has been found to work well there.  In the past there has been altogether  too many of these licenses granted���  too many for the public and too many  for the dealers themselves. ,  Col.iLowery, of the Fernie Ledge,  threatens to resume publication of the  Claim, this time at Nelson. It will be  remembered that the Claim was at one  time barred the use of the .mail because  of its questionable contents but the  genial Crow's Nest sage promises to  tame the revivified Claim down  somewhat, and hopes to make it a  financial success.  Today the ballots will be cast and  counted in the by-election in Alberni.  Both parties claim to have the victory in sight, and both have had men  in the field for two or three weeks.  The chances fo,- the return of Ex Mayor  Mansrm, of Nanaimo, the Conservative  candidate, are more than good, however, and such a return will give the  government a more workable niajoiity  at Victoria. ,  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Gravk Matter.���Greenwood will  celebrate Dominion Day, 1967 The  intervening period will allow sufliciene  time for the resident corpses to be decently buried.���Greenwood Times.  Looks Good in Movie.���There are  no "ifs" or "ands1' about it, the lead  bounty has been a complete success,  and hai had the desired elTect in putting the silver-lead industry in Canada  on its feet.���Moyie Leader.  Have Faith.���It is generally be  lieved that the Conservative candidate  in Alberni will be elected. The reasons for this belief are many, but the  principal one is that the voters have  absolute faith in Premier McBride and  his government.���Nelson Economist.  PROVINCIAL.  A new Presbyterian church is being  erected at Cranbrook.  The sum of $5,000 has been paid  for a federal building site at  Fernie.  British Columbia coal, from Fernie,  may displace the Pennsylvania article  on the C.P.R. prairie division. \ :  Contractor Kelly, of Winnipeg, .put  in the lowest tender for the new federal  building at Vancouver, which will  cost nearly $400,000.  Maxwell Smith, Dominion fruit inspector, thinks fruit growing will become the chief industry of British  Columbia. He evinently has not seen  the mines of this province. :  It is the intentention of the government, due to a request of the C. P.  R., not to issue liquor licenses indiscriminately along the line of the new  railway to Nicola lake, construction on  which is just beginning for 45 miles.  The Similkameen Star has-"gleaned"  from outside channels of information  that overtures are in process of form  ulation whereby the townsite of Princeton will shortly be acquired by  President Hill, of the Great Northern.  O���  OLLA PODRIDA  o*  No matter haw ugly a baby is you  would never offend the mother by saying it looks like her.  There is so much devil in the best  of us, and so much angel in the most  of us that it does not become any of  us to say much about the rest of us.  Don't neglect your penmanship. A  man in New York got $64,000-from a  banker for being a good writer. '' It, is  not yet known how many years he will  get.  m  A San Juan miner who has been  prospecting in California has found a  whole forest of petrified trees with petrified birds sitting on the limb's sinking petrified songs.  . fc  A Quaker's advice to his son on his  wedding day: "When thee went a  courting I told thee to keep thy eyes  open; now that thou art married, I tell  thee to keep them half shut."  How's ThlaT  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any  cane of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's  Catarrh Cure.   F. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo, O.  We, the undersigned, have known F. J.Cheney  lor the last 15 years, aud believe him perfectly  honorable iu all business transactions andfiiiaii-  cialty able lo carry out any obligations made by  bin firm.        Walking, Kinnan & Makvix.  Wholesale DruggLts, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting:  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol  the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c  per bottle.   So'.d by all Druggists  Take Hall's Family's Pills for constipation  B. C MINING  The payroll at Rossland mines for  Jnne was $83,000.  Rossland's miners' union celebrated  its tenth anniversary last Monday.  Last week's Rossland ore shipments  were 6,260 tons, making 181,888 for  1905.  About 3,000 tons of coal per day is  being mined, by the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Co. at present.  The shaft of the Centre Star at  Rossland is to be deepened 200 feet,  requiring two months' time.  ������ The new 30-drill air'compressor is  expected to be in operation at the St.  Eugene mine by tht first of August.  '' A representative of a New York  syndicate is now looking over the  ground on Cold water creek, Nicola,  for a smelter site.  An effort is now said to be in progress for the merging of the White  Bear, California Giant' and other  properties at Rossland  Ore carrying $131,134.60 to the ton  in gold values is rich even for British  Columbia. That is the result report  ed of one assay of ore fiom the" new  discovery on the Swede group at  Poplar. -  Fifty tons of pigiead daily will-soon  be turned out of the Trail refinery,  now that another lead stack has been  blown in at the Trail smelter. A  large portion of the output will be  marketed in Japan and China.  Wm. Fleet Robertson, provincial  mineralogist, is making a thousand  mile horseback tour of the northern  pait of the province, through territory  to be traversed by the Grand Trunk  Pacific. - His report should be ol  great interest.  The ore crushing machinery at ' the  big Biitannia mines, Howe Sound, was  started up last week, the ore  crushed  being stored in the bins at the head of  >>  the tramway by which it will   be   con  <-  veyed to the beach for shipment t'�� ihe  company's Crofton smelter.  . During the fi-cal year just closed,  the Hall Mines smelter, at Nelson,  treated 16,411,070 lbs of lead, which  was sent by 84 mines. The r total  amount ofthe ore received was 36,611,  422 lbs., from which the amount of  lead given above was obtained.  Some i.f ihe Liberal papers of this  province have quite gone the limit in  their criticism of Honorable Richard  McBride, the premier. At least he  thinks so, and ���i.opo'ies to invoke '.he  aid of the courts to put a slop to the  matter. Accordingly, suit has been  entered against the Victoria Times for  $10,000 damages. A free press is a  good thing, but there is a difference  ibetween liberty and license,  Popular and Picturesque. '  The only thing necessary to make  the Denver and Rio Grande the most  popular, as it has ever been known the  most pleasant and most picturesque  way to cross the continent, has cbme  about. This is the establishment of  through sleeping car service.  In connection with the O.R. & N. a  through Pullman Standard Sleeper is  now run from Portland to Denver,  leaving Portland at 8.15 p.m., arriving  at Salt Lake at 8.40 a.m. the second  morning,' leaving Salt Lake at 3.50 p.  m. and arriving at Denver 4.20 p m.  the following day. This schedule  gives passengers sev-.n hours stop over  in Salt Lake, affording an opportunity  to visit the Mormon capital as well as  a daylight ride through thu grandest  scenery in the world.  For reservations in this car and for  illustrated booklets picturing the seen-;  ery contiguous to the Denver & Rio  Grande, proving it to be the ''Scenic  line ofthe World," write to W. C. Mc*  Bride, General Agent, 124 Third street,  Portland.  A Busiaess Talk.  The time to'advertise, observes the  f Fernie Ledge, is when business is quiet  and   when  you need money; yet how-  few advertisers realize this.   Ordinarily  i  j when times are slack the first  cutting  1 down of expenses 'is the printing bill,  and with rent'in arrears, notes falling  due, and the shadow of the sheriff on  the doorstep the advertisement is  stopped and the advertiser vainly ima-  i gines that he cannot afford tbe expense.  !     This is folly.  On the other hand, 'when business  is brisk, when thi storeis'so crowded  that the customers fall orer each other  in the mad rush to purchase, and when  the merchant has not time to eat his  lunch, its then he wildly grabs his hat  and scurries off to ihe printer and  spreads his business in the paper,    rt  This also is folly. ,    :  When you have more business than  ryou can attend to, why do you waste  'your money in bringing additional  crowds to your store when your doors  are so blockaded that they cannot get  in?  ���  Isn't this folly? ;.  On the other hand when your clerks  are idle and the flic* are playing tag  with the spiders and you don't kn6w  where, to turn for money, wouldn't it  be wise to call around and spring yourself on an advertisement that would  j help you out of your difficulties.  We'll write that kind for you.  This is wisdom.  Are you going to get wise ?  To accommodate the present he^yy  travel from the Kootenays to Vanco'u-  [ ver,' Victoria,   Seattle,   Portland, etc.,  I the C.P.R. have established sleeping  car service, on the Imperial Limited  between Arrowhead and Vancouver,  leaving   Arrowhead   on  Wednesdays,  I Fridays and Sundays, and leaving Vancouver on Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays.    For birth   reservation ap-  .ply to local agent.  1 Farmer*, Mechanic*, SpcrUmenl  To heal and soften tbe skin and remove grease  oil and runt stalus, paint aud and earth, etc., use  the "Master Mechanic'*" Tar Ooap. Albert  Toilet Soap Co. Mfrs  Kootenay Engineering WorKs  NELSON  founders and Machinists.  ,, B. C  Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  Manufacturers for the Cra^  ' Mining Mill M^  S^aSfiSO   woKKi:^ nil classes of work furni.hed upon .ppll-  ���^" stfaltentid'.Blvento.n.llor.Je.s. Sera,, Iron bomiht by th. carload.                                    .  office and works. B. C. TRAVIS, Manager, J ��� ��'^J;X c.  ' Foot of'.Park-Street./ ��� -         ���   D. J  MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  , ��� KIKE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  ' Ooiiinilsiiloiier for takluB Afndaviti.  Phoenix, B. r  An Atlas tor $1.00  : the Great Northern Railway has  issued an Atlas of 56'pages containing  up-to-date! maps of Iowa, Wisconsin,  Minnesota;1 North and South Dakota.  Montana, Idaho, Washington, British  Columbia, Oregon, Kansas, Missouri,  Neoraska,Wyoming, Colorado, Alaska,  Hawaii," Tapan, Philippine Islands,  China,   the   United   States and of the  World.  In addition to. this the Atlas contains valuable statistical information  relative "to the states named above, is |  printed on the very best quality .of j  paper, shows the lines of the Great j  Northern Railway, and is in every way.  a commendable work. |  This Atlas will be distributed at the j  &-  Phoenix Livery Stable  j William Matheson, Prop.  *  Fvprvth-irur N^w'(^^~c^  t'XVCI.jUllllg'-.nPn .horsks AND SADDLKS. SKVKRAL  i HiiiiiaauiiiMHii H (j N D R j.,} C()R ns 0 j, j, R y . w00,,     J  1     '     .        . Delivered to any part of t|ie city. I  I Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public     . |  ! patronage solicited.     'Phone 37- j  [    DOMINION AVE., COR.  BANNER ST.,        ' PHOUN1X,  H. C'j  actual "cost of production and wi  sent to any'address   upon   receipt   of:  $1.00.      Address, F. I. Whitney, Passenger Traffic Manager, Great   North-  envRailway, St. Paul, Minn.  The Illinois Cenlral  Maintains unexcelled service from  the west to the east and south, making  close connections with trains of all  transcontinental lines. Passengers are  given their choice of routes to Chicago,' Louisville, Memphis a. =d New Orleans, and through these points to the  far east./  Prospective travellers desiring information as to tlie lowest rates and best j  routes are'invited to correspond with j  the following lepresentatives: B. H.  Trumbull, "Commercial Agent, 142  Third St., Portland Ore.; j. C; Lind-  sley, Trav. Passenger Agent, 142  Third ; St., 'Portland,-X)r-i.; Paul B.  Thompson, Passenger Agent, Coleman  Building; Seattle, Wa-h.  P. Bums & Go.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  ���<KAI> OKKICK KOK IIOUNOAKV CREEK, GREENWOOD,  li. C.  II KAIiQUA R I'KRS, NELSON, II. C.  v...Wholesale and Mail ileal llerctals.  Markets at Nelsor,, Kaslo,'Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Sahno, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  KISH,  OYSTERS AND  POULTRY  IN SEASON.  All orders-eceive prompt attention.        ,-������,-.-.���  18  -���-���-���-������  - ���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-��T��-c��~  C P.R. Rates lo  Portland Fair.  'The C.P:R. have placed on sale at  Nelson, Rossland, and all stations on  Boundary sectijn return tickets to  Portland- at :$23.75, good for 30 days  Corresponding^rates are made from all  Kootenay points. 'Tickets are good  via either-Columbia river-or. Slocan  routes. -Also good via Vancouver and  the superb new .steamship, Princes  Victoria, to Seattle. For beith reservations and>furiher particulars apply 10  local agent-or write to j. S.; Cart-.-r, D.  P.A.,;Ne!son:  DRINK  Phoenix Beer  Made horn the BEST MALT and   PUREST  1 SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for   qua]- '  ^ ity.    Ask for PHOENIX   BEER   and   insist  1 on having it  I     PHOENIX BREWERY,  T J. MUELLER, Proprietor.   .  1     Standard Avis, and Banner Si. :-: PHOENIX,  B.C.  Canadian Pacific Railway Summer'Excursion  , Riilrs East. 1  The Canadian Pacific Railway announce low return rates to eastern  points account following conventions :  Imperial Council Mystic Shrine.  Niagara Kails, N.Y., $76.25; International Sunday School Convention, 'Toronto, $76.65:'.International Turnerfest,  Indiar.opolis, Ind., $67.65; National  Educational Association, Asbury Park,  N.J., $85.35; Christian Endeavor Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, $81.25;  American Institute of Instruction, Portland, Me.. $02.70; Annual Meeting B.  P.O.E., Buffalo, N.Y., $76.25. All  tickets good for 60 days. For dates of j  sale, particulars Of routes^ and berth;  reservations, apply to local agents, or  write, T. S. Carter, D.P.A.. Nelson  B.C.   "  tloipua   Donations  I.-inftif P ������'11111 ion*   rt-i-f v.-il   ynii-r . I:i> .  1st. 11105.   to tht- I'h.M'liitf'  Ufiii-nil   Hi.*-'  '    *    ���     ���   : .' '.''   i  P'ttil: .    ;  jOI.UPRINTING,    *     -   -  JOB  PRLN TING,  [OB PRINTING.  cri!$^:3z::.:.:h::'::;:z:::::v:::j'*v:.^Ji";,^" uv ^>tlie k,ni1 you've always been in  Cash $5... : A. '���'. Ilcrriv  ���_ajm >5 .-\.  -.i��cri*v, .'   - '    t.  Bookcase .....������.. ..........a K ii   i laruj      -y- search of���and do It ri"lll.  Bed Li.i��i. 4 .lu/ Hik i��ihI  l.-.uh-r-i   A .1 K     -t     if :,     v ���'<. ',  ��.               .;  h S^o..............  .....-..'.-....;....H  T. Hunk   V,.:-:    *'     ';'   ..      " /���.   ;-' ...         '          J:  ',_  l.jfo Ja*   McCrcmh     I. i->KKI.Iir VVU. Co., -,   PlIOENIX, U.C  h J:5  ilnia��t'H:i Kuiul Drill Ou. 1   '  ''  ash $50................  Casl  Casi   Sprint* Cot........;;.. ���A   H    HimhI  Maple ��yrup /   hrten.l  Latest Mining   Stock  Quotations.  ~ Distinct Innovation.  A distinct innovation will be inaugurated ' this season by the Northern  Stramship Company, wlrch operates  the magnificent steamships the "Northwest" and "Northland" on the Great  Lakes and which sail between Duluth,  Chicago and  Buffalo.  Heretofore   ihe   service   on    these  boats has entirely been Emopean plan  ut   this   year it has been arranged to  place in effect an  American   plan   service  on   both   the   "Northwest"   an.lj  "Northland."      I he first sailing of the!  "Northwest" from Duluth will be June  27th and the'"Northland"   from   Chi-,  cago June "24th. j  American Boy .......   Hen Il'ir   Blacl- Tail   It. C. Copjxr   Canadian UolU Fields ���  Cariboo, Camp McK (cx-div.)..  Center Star   Crow's Nest Pass Coal   DetiOi-o Mines..   Fairviei*. -   Kisher Maiden   (tiant   Granby Consolidated   Inter national Coal   Juno   Morning tilory  ���   Mountain Lion.. .'   Montreal & Bo-tor.   North Star, (H. K.)   Payne :   Quilp   Kamblcr-Cariboo   San Poll   Sullivan   St Ewjeiie   Tom Tlitiiut..   Wai- Kagte Consolidated   Waterloo (Ass   Paid)   White Bear-. _   ....57  *4  *i  3  3  *     1  50  to  40     '  xK  3  2  16  'i  3  j-  3  1  2  1:  00  ��5  5*  21    ,  JI  5  4  8  ���5M  3  I  *H  It  5  4  17  ���4  >��  'K  9  7  4��!,  45  2  J  ��.1  II  i!4  1  IK  1  WANTED.���MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, that arc tired of  working for smnll wages, to qualify as salaried  ad writers or show-card writers through our  Instruction by mail. Prices low; terms ensy: no  books to buy.   Seud (or circular, stutlni; where  ?ou sbw thl3 ad and which position you wnnt  NTERVATIONAL     COHRKCFONDENCli    SCHOOLS  Scrantou. Ha.  JliMIJLAI  my SCAVENGER  Leave Orlers at City  Clerk's Office.  ����& %&** ^J**  PHOENIX, BG.  NOTICE.  In the mutter of the   "I.a  il Registry Act," and  in Ihr mailer (.fthe title to Lot in.  Block   17.  Map. 60, old Ironsides Add'tioli to the City of  Tliwciiix.in Ihe 1'ro.ince of I'ritiilK oliiuibia.  WtihKI'.AS the certificate of I tie of John ilex-  .indcr Minrny. bciins certilicate of title numbered  U7J�� lo tliriitanc herciliiuniniU, has lieeu lost or  ile.troyed and application has been   nlada to lilt  for a duplicate thereof;  NOTICK IS IIK KHV OIVKV that a duplicate  certificate o; title to the above hereditaments will  be I.H-ued nt the ezpiiatioii of one month ft om  ��� 1'ile hereof unless In the meantime valid objec  tion to the con.rirv i�� made t. me In writing.  W    !l. HDMDNllS,  District Registrar of Titles.  I.sud Keiiistry   Office.   Kamluops,  II   C. April  38. 1,os  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLOUS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral .,  C01. Virst& Knob Hill Ave.   IHOENIX, B, fj  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F.and A. JI.  Regular comiiitiuiciilioii 8',, ���,     ,.  ond Thursday of each iiiontl, '  Kinei-Keiit meetings "scalltd-Mii,.,,,.,  Hall.MclIalc Hlock. u""oiiic  A . lill.I.IKK,  ttccrctarv.  Oi:o. K.Uliv  r W..\i.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWS1IOK MIIIOKM, ,  \leeu eveiy Monday Kvciiinc   at   IU,dy   na(l  Visiliuit liietherii cordially invited.  Thns. Johnson, N.U.  Uko. K. Muai>, Ktc.Utc'y.  A.S Will aiiisou   I'er. Hiu. JtC).  PlIOKNIX Aim  NO. IU.  JIcetliiKi 011 KriiU.  at Vjop .���,., Ui���cr;.  Union Hall.  Visiting   urftl���ru  cordially invited.  DAN DOCKSTKADKK. Pres.   M.II KOV. Scc��  UHKJI\  PiCIFIC  AND  ^OREGON  Sho^t Line  Union Pacific  Announce m\t lo Portland Fair  Krom Spokane, $14.95 round iriji;  ���tnxl' 30 days. I'artyof ten or more  of wit-ticket, $ 1 i.20, limit 10 da\>.  'I i'J��eis on sale May 29 to Octoher 15.  In addition occasion-1 daylight rou-li  Cvcuriions will he run at less than out.-  fare for round trip. Full partial an, .a  O.  R. '&' N. OFR-lCli,  ..'  43O. RIVtKSIDE; AVH.,  SPOKANK,   WASH  Remember  we've the Short Line  rickets on ��a.��-Kt all S. 1'  Sl X. Station*  Var fut-thcr  .uformattuti   a��  to, iHtv*. tinic  trnliiH.cqiilpmetit.'rtc.. aililrcsLH     ~  OFO   j. MOIII.KK.Ceiicittl Ajfci't,  Phoenix Shoe  Shop.  All  Work  (luaraiiicii.  Imported Gooih.  fINE HOOl-ri AMDillOKS   .  MADE   TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'   A   NO   IK us  PECTORS'SHOES   A   SFKCIAl.n.  Shop    oil     Ihilllliiiull   AViMinc.  Avcraje Pricca ot Copper.  ��� New York-  Electrolytic. ���    Lake.  Month.  11)04    1U05  HH)4  11MJ5  Jmmarv...  .12 410 15 05  1��.653  15 l'.'S  Kitliruary..  .12.IMKI 15.010  12 245  I5.i:iti  March..;..  .12.211S 16 2��S  12 250  16 045  April   .12 1-22 14 !U8  IS. 120  15 010  Mav   . 12.758 14 027  13 01K)  H.S-.'O  June   .12.2011    I2.:l'.l!l  Julv   .12 2711   12 500  August   .12.342   12 -K',8  .-eutt'inber.  .12.411* ......  12.020  October . .  .121MI4   |:l 117  November .  .14.2WI   14.455  Ueeeinlit'!'.  .14.01.0   14.860  11' '-'_  Year 12.820  12 016  And Boundary Mining Journal  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.  Iu five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined aud  siiiel 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 miiiesand smelters of tlie Boundary.  ft  The   Pioneer   is   worth  #10   per   year���but   it costs  only; $2,  if the  coin comes with the order.     Make all orders  payable to the  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager. .* * Phoenix, British Columbia  . ��*..���� i. *il.r. *i*u.ih*n\e!'BJW\  ?&����*. jtfadV/i ^S^^fim^^T^^^^^^^vl  f&iliM^^^i^ ��  gives mm  Rich Property  on   the  Fork.  West  Is "Royal Household'  Really the Best Flour?  Thousands of women who do their own baking  know it is the best, by results���they don't care about  tlie reasons���but those who have not tried it may want  to know why it is the best.  Of course any maker of flour���with the same  experience���the same facilities for selecting the best wheat  ���-the same tremendous plant equipment for milling, and  the same process for Eledtrical Purification of flour  . could make juit as good flour as ROYAL HOUSE-  HOLD-=if he had the fjenius for flour making.  But no other flour maker iri Canada has all these  requisites and facilities, therefore no flour equal to  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD "is made i.i." this country.  In these talks we shall give you good reasons why  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD is the bcFIbur and why  it is the cheapest flour for you to use.  1  Qgilvie's "Royal Household" Flour  k  That District Rapidly Coming  to the Front.  1  .fV������-f Wat,--'-'  mnK  RAItROAD  c.iiup,  ��>ii   ' op-  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  f .ron^h Salt Lake City, eilemvuod .Springs, Leadville, luiuwlo,  Colorado Springs am) Denver.  A Daylight Ride Thpougn Naiure's Art Gaaiery  I'aBsiujf Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee I'a-a,  Marshal 1'us? and the Royal Gorge.  3 Past Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment xnd Scrvic* Second to None  SKEK. NO  FURTHER,  FOR BETTER  CANT BE  FOUND.  MINERAL AC1.  * Certificate of Improvement*.  NO IKK.  ' Stiiniifchtun Fractional" Mineral I'laiiu, situate  tit the (Vrtciiviood Miuiii�� Ir.vision of Yulr  I>i tdci.  \* lurclitchlt-d:   In * I.O'tic K.  *:cr C:cck  T\-K NOTICK thai I. I-iiac II. ' h.Uu. a��  atfciit for Willi.-.in f'w it* y, X:cc *' iiiri*-*Certificate  ���.so. l>K^43i(Ctrutk c VI KuiuIjci t;cr Hrrc M titer**  ���trtificiit. So, K*o-V��>( Jhuick ,\ hrshn'l, hec  Mti cr'a Certificate No. I&*i.<t. Altx uder  SlruchHU l-'icc Miner** Certificate Nu fcjtfji. and  James K Macuulay, Hrec Mmei'�� Certificate No  8805^*9, intend, sixty days from the ilate hereof,  to apply to the .Mining KcCordtd for a Certific��te  of Improvements, for the puructr ol obtaining; a  (Jrotvii Omul 011 the a hove cl����;m  And further take noiice ihat action, under section 37, mu��t br cmnii i.c d before the msuaucc  ofsuch Certificate uf [mpf*vriiiciit*  D��Ud this I9U1 d��y of Au^u.tt, A.I). I9J4.  7-1 -J I.   II. IIAI.LHTT.  MINERAL ACT,  For Detailed Information, artdreps  W. O.MoBfifDE, UtfiiKr.il A*<iiit. 124 Thir.l Street.. PORTLAND, OREUO.V.  CUKTiriCATB   O/ IltPROVKUKNTS.  I Do Vou  ty Want A Copy?  There arc a few copies left of tlie Midwinter-Number ot  tlie Pioneer. They were held for a special order, but were  never claimed, and will be disposed of to the first comers.  The issue contains 32 large pages and cover with nearlj  100 illustrations, thoroughly describing the large mines and  smelters of the boundary.  Just the thing t j send to friends (ar away, telling them of  the lioundary and of Phoenix.  The Pioneer spent a thousand dollars in publishing this  number, but you can get them, while they last, at 25 cents  each.  ADDRESS,  The Phoenix Pioneer,  ��  sb  St  w  w  w  w  IMONKKK BLOCK,  'IMIONK NO. 14.  PHOENIX, B. C.  NOTICK.  Summit, Miyflowe-, H��P��wolI. Halism Krac-  tlonal, Cabot Fractional ��Dd Mayflower Fractional Mineral claims, situate la the Greenwood Hitting Dlrlslon of Yale-District.  Where located���in tiunuilt camp  Takr Notlre that I, Issac II. llallett, as tgeut  lor Dougsld Molnnls, Kree Miner's Certificate  N'i>. H74591; George W. Rumberger, Kr����  Miller's Certificate No KHO'ilH; and 'I boiuti  Roderick, Free lliuer's Crtllioato no BSU40I,  Intend, sixty days trom the date here"! to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates ol  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  1 ntwii O.aitts for the above claims.  And further take notice that action, undei  section S", must be commenced lw fore the issu<  ance ol such Cei tificates of Improvements.  Dated IbU'.rath dayot e'epteniber, A. D. 1904  -r��� I. II. HALLKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  rlh!  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Pilot mineral claim Kittiate in the (.Ireenwood  minini: division of Yale dutrict.  Where located���in Providence en in p.  Take notice that 1, Isaac II llallett, as agent  for Thorn a* kod crick, Kree Minei's Certificate  No. Bllcuot. and Jamra Marshall, Free Miner'*  Certificate No. B80439, hiteiid, aixty days from  Lher.nte hereof, to apply to the Mining.Kftcorder  for a Certificate of Improvement*, for the pur*  pone of obtaining a Crown Grant of the ��l>ave  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the '����u-  auce-'ofsuch Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 35th day of January, A. D. 1905.  I. H. HALLKTT.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  KouiK'eil 1S92���Iiifi>r|>oratt'(l 1893.  .NEW WESTVUNSTKK. B.C.  >���<  Phoeiiix-  G*eenwood  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix    -     9.00 a. 111. "|  Standard Time  Leave Greenwood      1.30 p.m.J |  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor. }  4  I'rovidfs 11 Christian home for stuil-  ���-nt* of hoth Mixes ut moderate rutes.  Hits a preparatory t-laas lor junior student.", doini; jirade public school work.  Hues Iiinh Bcliool work, confers all hijrli  school privileges, anil prepii'-es for teach-  bi's' exiwniiuitioiis. Teaches nil branches  of a I'rticticnl Business Course nnd jjivee  Diploma*, (lives a liberal education 111  its Collegiate Con rue and in the Ladies'  Course for M.K.L. ami M.L.A In University work, can take students through  Ihe complete Arts Course, mid tbe decree of H.A. can be obtained from Tor-  uHfo University, which the college is in  lilt altiliiwion.  For fuller information nnd terms write  Rev. W J. Sipperell, 15.A., B.I) , Principal ;or Kev. J. l\ Botvell. llurHiir.  ���><$> ^*><8>4>^^4> ^���^^���^������^���^���^4  A pencil mark here  is 11 reminder that voursiib-  scription to this paper is  now past title, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention. ���~  Last week Ral| h Suiailes received  from the Trail smelter, a cheque^ for  $4! 143.50, being net smeller returns  lor 20 tons of oie from the Sally mine  011 the-West Fork of Kettle river, says  the Greenwood Times. One car ol  ore k now at the Midway station ready  for shipment, and another" has been  hauled as far as Westhridge, a total  of about 50 tons of an approximate  net value of $10,000. ,,  The mine or rather, group of mines  is distant from the terminus of the  Columbia and Western at Midway  about fifty iniU-s. and sixty from Greenwood. The property is owned by the  Vancouver and Boundary Creek Mining and Develop.oent company, the  principal shareholders being residents  of Greenwood.  Tlie.group, is located on Wallace  mountain at Beaverdell, near the junction of Beaver creek with the West  Fork of Kettle river. 'I he ore now  bt-in^ shipped is taken from a tunnel  tapping tlie .lead at a depth .of about  135 feet. ..The paystreak is 30 inches  wide and very little sorting is. required  All th-j leads in the group,' with the  exception of No'2, arc in granite.  At present 27 men are-:employed  under Supt. Vacher, who has had  charge of the work since the company  commenced'.operations. Besides development work being done on the  No. 1 and No.2 leads, his force mines  Irom 20 to.,30; tons uf shipping ore  per week running about $260 to the  ton.  The first shipment waSjinade from the  Sally in April 1901, when 16 tons  were sent to the' Nelson smelter and  ruturned gross values of $95 per ton.  The second shipment was in February,  1964, when "a car containing'42,820  pounds, s-ent to the Trail smelter returned 3,519 ounces of silver valued  at $1,876. The following month a  second car was shipped to Trail. The  lot weighed 43,4*4. pounds, and contained 4,778 ounces silver and 2.086  pounds of lead, together valued at  $2,627. This carload netted $2,318  above cost of railway transportation  and treatment. In April, 1904, 32,206  pounds were shipped, containing 3,175  ounces of sil\er and 840 pounds of  lead, from which the gross amount realized was $1,698. -  At that time'there was'"-no wagon  road between the Sally and Beavrr  dill, so shipments could be made only  during the winter sea-on, the ore being  rauhided down Wallace mountain to  Beaverdell and hauled from there in  sleighs to the railway station at Midway. As a consequence no further  shipments were made until last Feb  ru.'ry, when 41,829 pounds, were sent  to Trail. This gave 3,994 ounces silver and 2,761 pounds lead,and having  a gross value of $2,376. The fifth car  lot shipment was made in March last.  This contained 42,577 pounds, giving  4,79s ounces silver and 3,108 pounds  lead, and having a gross value of  $2,690. This ore averaged 225.40 oz.  silver to the ton and 7.30 per cent  lead. The railway and treatment  charges on this car amounted' to  $311.76, leaving $2,378, from which  must be deducted the cost of mining  and hauling to the railway, the latter  amounting to between $15 and $20 a  ton.  The Sally is at an elevation of 4,350  feet above the level of the sea, and is  nearly 2,000 feet above the valley of  the West Fork. The Sally group was  located in 1897 by Stewart and Felto,  who sold it to the present owners.  In all about fifty claims have been  located on Wallace mountain. The  only other property that has shipped  to any extent is the Rambler, situated  about a mile from the Sally in an easterly direction. It is claimed that the  Sally leads run into the R.ambler.Stan-  dard, Black Diamond and other claims  on Dry creek. On the Rambler two  mm are taking out a ton of shipping  ore weekly from a 3-foot lead.  With the building ol the Midway  and Vernon railway, which is now assured, Wallace mountain will become  the greatest silver producing camp fn  British Columbia. The leads have  been uncovered and shipments made  from the Sally on one side and the  Rambler on the other side of the  mountain, which proves that the leads  are continuous for between two and  three miles east and west. This alone  means that some forty claims will become shipping mines. There are also  the silver gold claims of Carmi, Cranberry, China, Kelly and Beaver creeks  and the large bodies of lower grade  ores some distance up Beaver creek.  LEAD HAS STURDY  RIVAL IN COPPER  Latter is the Admitted  Mainstay of the Mining Districts.  The lead industry is not the only  one that is looking up in the Kooten-  ays, although events have conspired  to give it special prominence, says the  Nelson Tribune.' Copper is, alter all|"  the mainstay ofthe mm n^ distric',and  has been the chief source of altiactibh  to capitalists. ::The cause is riot far :6  seek. Copper finds 'a much,/.larger  market, and in West Kootenay and  Yule it is being produced on ��� a con:  siderable scale, cheaper than anywhere1  else oil the continent. . i   '....��'  This result at the Granby   works   is:  due   to  a   lombination   of   favorable  circumstances���an   enormous   deposit  of selffluxing ore, so  disponed   that   it'  can be quarried ou: at a. minimum costV  unlimited-,' capital,    and    conditions  would have ensured 'the"'same' results  a'most anywhere.    The Granby   properties are not; the .only   ones,   by   any  means, that   promise,, splendid results,  although in re.rpect of cost   ot   mining  the ore they; are ' unique."-''.' The   Montreal and. Boston, just   taken   ovcr   by  the Dominion Copper Co., the leading  mines in the Ko sland'camp, and   the  copper properties of-the'...Similkameen  nmy be classified with the latter.  ���   That all these  are  about   to  enter  upon an:era t-f.economical   and   profi  table operation there can lie nt) doubt,  this is the branch of mining  on which  the future of southern British Columbia  mainly     depends.      It     is    already  attracting .the alteniion   of the leading capitalists   of   the  east,   and   any  developed  copper  property    of .merit  can find a   ready   purchaser.     During  the last month thcTribune has received  applications from tluee reliable sources  for properties of this class.    Buyers ol  prospects may be scarce; buyers of developed, or-partly  developed,   copper  claims of merit are plentiful.  SAI>TE ROBINSON.  Prttty'Girl Suffered From Nervousiusx  ���. and Pelvic Catarrh���Found Quick  Relief in a Few. Days,  Spokane Falls  &  NofthemRy,  - The only all rail route4h*iu-im*�� jhmmIb  tiast.' went ami''wmili to Hunt-laml, NY1-  ati.i. (-iraiui Forks atml Uepuhlir.  BnifVi mr.s inn be1 w����pii Spokane m;<l  ���VHmui.  KVKKCTIVK MAKCIf  5   'u-3-  Leave. .��rnvr  10:00 a.ni - I'hoeiiix.......... .',...,.<;%t> p in  <)-45��   ni|.. r>l>ofcHiic................ o ?o \>    in.  : u-h. m ;. K<**w.lmi<1........ ...j 5v;��.tti  9 10:1. m N     on...  6 35 \*. 11.,  ...��:5i)i.ii��. ,  6'-.;���� .#. tti   x  i:oo��   hi ....Grujtl Vork*....  7:00 a. iu.. .Republic  ..  Save  Time all the time  nv USING  **-  THE OBSERVATORY  THixes Talkkd ok at  HOKI AND KLSKWHKH  More and Stronger   Premiums.  More and stronger premiums are offered this year by the Spokane Interstate Fair, which meets October 9 to  15. The premium list is out and can  be secured by addressing Robt. H.  Cosgrove, secretary and manager. All  prizes offered are as strong or stronger  than before and new premiums have  been added. The premium list, including the race program, is a neater  piece of work than ever before, and is  illustrated with views of last year's successful fair. Farmers, fruit growers,  stockmen, mining men, dog fanciers,  lovers of art and those interested in  horse racing should send for the premium list, even if they have nothing  themselves to exhibit.  J       THE ADCCDVATADV      (  ���     A Home and Klskwhkhi 1  The Nelson Tribune says that Fox  Sc Rossv stock brokeis of .Toronto, are  running the following advertisement  in eastern newspapers:  . ' COPPER   GOLD  MINKS.  A. F Hfgue, Mining Engineer, (for-  .ii'erly   manager  of  the  great   Bioken  ill Mines of Australia, from which  Hundreds of millions pounds sterling  weie taken by iis fortunate Kiigiish  shareholders) reports : The showing  on the KiiiK Edward Mines in the  Boundary District (about 8 miles from  the Graniiy, the Mother Lode shipping  about' twenty thousand tons weekly) is  almost an exact counterpart of the  Broken Hill Mines of Australia.  Send for full report, etc.  First offering of Fooled   Promotion  Syndicate Shares three cents per share.  Fox & Ross,  Stock Brokers, Toronto, Ont.  ��� ��� (Established 1887.)  M��  Fox & Ross may know so much  about the Boundary country tha: they  are acquainted with the output of the  Mother Lode mine, but it does not look  like it from the above effusion. As a  matter of fact, the Mother Lode minel  is outpuuing from 3,000 to 4,000 tons  per *eek, and it requires all the  shippers in the Boundary, including  the giant Granby, to bring the weekly  output up to 20,000 tons of ore.  The King Edward mines, wherever  they are located, may be meritorious  properties, but to persons familiar with  the Boundary, statements like the  above are silly in the extreme. It is  more than doubtful if any mining  proposition in the Boundary can be  made profitable by selling shares at  three cents each. That day has long  gone by, and F'ox & Ross, if they are  reputable and reliable, should know  this fact.  NERVOUSNESS AND  WEAKNESS CURED  BY PEJU-NA.  Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Bind street,  Maiden, Mass., writes:  " Perona. was recommended to me  about a year ago as an excellent remedy  for the troubles peculiar to our sex, and  as I found that all that was said of this  medicine was true, I am pleased to endorse it.  "I began to use It about seven months  ago for weakness and nervousness,  caused from overwork and sleeplessness, and found that In a few days 1  began to grow strong, my appetite Increased and I began to sleep better,  consequently my nervousness passed  away and tbe weakness In the pelvic  organs soon disappeared and I have  been well and strong ever since."  Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President  of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,  C, for free medical advice. \\\ corres-  Dondence strictly confidential.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate ol Improvements.  To Seattle,  Tacoma, Victoria,  Vancouver  \XI) ALL fACIKit; iki'aS'I Tul.vrs.  St. Paul, Chicago,  A Nil ALL  I'UI NTS KASI.  Tickets    to  Portland"  Fair   and  return  $22.50  good  for  30   days.  I'ttliu-e sinl Tou-i.-l SU-KiM-rs', I'.tinVi  l.ihravy fare, Mtxlcrn ��hiy Ci>:icli<'t>, I ��� "-  iit|f Cms, Mt-al.- a I .a Curie.  Best Meals on Wheels.  2 Fast Trains  Daily 2  ���*" KAST AND WEST. ������������'  Kor rates anil folder;- mid full inforit'ti-  ti'iti rPttitrilitie trips rail on nr mlilri'sa  iuj atrt-iit "f Ilic S. F. A X. Knilwav ��.r  H.   A.  .I.UKM'N, II.  Urinijt,  i.   !���'. A I*. A., C. I". .tl. A..  J-piikiuie. 701 \V.   ISiverVidt-,-  \Va����li "--|>iil;;iiit-   U n.  M    M . &  rrKiMiKX.>  Ai;i nt  iMiMi'iiix.  B.  C.  NOTICE.  'Little C' icV Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwootl Mining Divi ion ol Vale Distiict.  Where located: Skylark camp.  NOTICE IS HEKEBYGIVE.V that I. John P.  McLeod. as axeul for William M. Ilaiiua, Kree  Miners'Certificate No 89:577, intend, sixty days  Tom the date hereof to appty the Mining Recorder lor a Certificate of Improvements, for the  pn* pose of obtaining a Crown Grant ofthe above  claim.  And furthet take notice that action, undel   sec  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  ofsuch Certificate of Improvements.  .  Datei   this 5th day of June, A.D. 1905.  I. P   McLEOD.  5���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  __ The most perfecty appoiutHedea th  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with a complete system of Haths���including Turkish au 1  Russian. Open the year round. The curative  properties of its waters are nnequaled.  Kor Curing all Rheumatic. Nervout aud Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, IJver aud Stomach  julmtnts.  Vor KliirjuiatiuK all MetallicPoisans from the  Syitem  The gtaudeur ol the scenery ts uurivall��-d  Mouutaius. snow pea If d, forests, lakes.water'ulls,  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursu ns  tetini*.     It�� winter climate   is  ituMitrnassed   lor  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  .  .Tlien  liny the.  .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada.  A Standard Visible Writer.  wliicli jrives IVrlVvt \V  ���ime Willi the ��ri-f:iti'!-t  rk .1: 1  ���are    ''  Write for Catuli /:  PIONEER PUB. CO.. Agents, Phoen.x  [���sliori>-:-l  p.'rulii.n.  B. C.  Premier Afks $10,000 Damages.  A dispatch from Victoria states that  Premier McBride has entered an  action against the Times for $10,000  damages for an editorial in which it  was charged that his government was  conceived in treachery and maintained  in power by even viler tactics, and also  charging him with conniving with the  returning officer in the Fernie election  ca.-.c to steal a seat rightfully belonging  to the Liberals.  The paragraph is as follows :  "The government of Hon. Richard  McBride was conceived in treachery of  the blackest character and it has been  maintained by tictics of an even viler  character. Finding himself practically  in a minority in the legislature of the  province, the premier connived with  the relurnini�� officer of Fernie constituency to steal one seat from the Lib  eral party. That conspiracy was daringly and brazenly executed. The  returning officer was a partner in business with the minority candidate who  was declared returned although he had  received but a minority ol" the votes I  cast by the electors of Fernie.'' '  Ieastern  townships  bank  Summarized    General    Statement.  QUICK   ASSETS.  Gold and Silver Coin and Dominion Governmei.t Rills in Bank Vaults  $ 939.50* 19  Deposit with Dominion Gov't for security of general Bank note ciiculatiou       ico.oco 00  Amount due from other banks iu Canada. Great HrUaiu ai-d the United States in-  clucliui; bills aud cheques, all ppyable on demand    1,278,702 49  Dominion   P. ovtncial aud other marketable Bonds, Debentures and  Stocks  held  for investment aud reserve      5S2 S39 62  Call loans, repayable on demand and specially .secured by Bonds aud Stocks _     3o:.079 14  QU'CK  ASSETS   HEiD  FOR   IMMEDIATE   DEMANDS ;3.:or,2l5 44  Loans and Discounts   ���  12 27: 740 60  Overdue loans and debts (loss provided for)          73.J31 '-M  Rank premises aud furniture, reduced from co>t to meet present value       4"i>,:4S 90  Other real est te aud 1 ssets        79,331 44  Total Assets I 11^,034,705 .;S  LIABILITIES.  JS) To the Public $ 11,77..',^-' *��  S Balance, surplus over liabilities to  tbe public,  represented  in  Capital,   Keserve  and unused profit 5 4.2f\t.��>7- 5S  J.    MACKINNON.  15th May, 1905. General Manager.                     %  @) Gait Coal        Hay, Grain,  delivered to any part of  the city.  Oats, Wheat, Feed.ktc.  Large stock.  <��        Good Dry Wood. ��g  PALACE LI VERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,        "VJSStt." Phoenix, B. C.  The nt-wrdition of the COI'l'F.K HANDBOOK Hats mid .leseribes 3,31! rop-  pt'r itiiuesi mill cupper niiiiini; I'Dinl'Hint'.i, in nil parta of tin? worlil, covcrinj; the  jlulm, t.liesu ilfsi-i unions ntntriiitf from two Iti.e.s to 12 |imkpb in length, according to  importance of the mime. The descriptions are not padded, hut give [nets in the  inont conileiiHed and trel-at-able form.  There uie also lifleen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the Historv, Unes,  rerininology, (ieoeraphy, (.ieoloiry, t'liemiHtry, Mineralnj;y, Metiilliirjry, Kinances  nnd Stittisti'cs of Copper, rendering the volume 11 veritable encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  It is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copier  Kvery Miner, I'rocpectiw, Invistor, Hanker, and Hroker needs the Ixiuk. I'lice  i." Tf> i" Unekrain hiinlini; w itli v'ilt lop. or jJT.fH) in full lihrarv morrocco, anil the  book, iu either binding, will be scut, fullv prepaid, on approval, to unv address in  Ihe world, to be paid for if found nut is factory, or may returned within "u week of re>  ceiptand theehark'C   cancelled.     Addreas the Aiitlmr and I'tlblislier,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. k.  tl  rlri  mi  ���Jul  ml  , ��*|  11 '< '*  \?-  ' \ .'5  1.  m  th  y m  th  m  .1  i.*|  4  s  *  p  V  ^s  -A  \ 1 i  1  it  f���  4>i  fy\  &  if��~>  ft,  ��f  t's  f  "A  M  '''irSf  I-.''*  l':&  I  ���^(rWinstfflSfiBBWSrfflfflBCfflSlftJffifflSBfflB  iMmMMsaati^^ mm  ^  ii;  m  ���"J  "J  lii  >  ;f|i.  ��� *" 1  si  J  li  'i��,   fflSt'  m  f  Hi  m  wi it'tra.  m  >-i  mi  m  $mmi  m  lr<)  THE PHOENIX PIONEBB.  Leading Hotel olBoundary's Leading  ''������ Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  New anil Up-to-dutei  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Kooiiir,  dirtier Knob Hill Ave.,''���.ami Flml St.,  PHOKNIX, B. C.  J. A. McMASTER  Proprietor.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIlCf  TOPICS   OF   LOCAL   AND   GKNKRAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  wwBswmmwiwmw^wmi  The old reliable, Boyle, the druggist.  Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all repairs.  Quality first, price .next; Boyle, the  druggist.  Dey, the Jeweler for Enamelled  Souvenirs.  J. L. Martin will buy International  Coal, shares.  Prescriptions our specialty, Boyle,  the druggist.  August 10 to 14. 1>- Mathison,  dentist, Bank block.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Balmoral  hotel August 9 to 12.  For prescriptions put up as the doctor orders, take them to the Thomas  Drug Co.  This week the new Brooklyn hotel  has been entirely closed in by the car  pe.nters.  ' Reynolds and James will give a ball  at Miners' Union hall next Wednesday evening.  Prescriptions quickly and carefully-  compounded from freshest drugs by  Thomas Drug Co.   ,  The subject for the evening   service  " at the Methodist church tomorrow will  " be, "A Definite Aim."  - '���'    Just   received, i namelled   Souvenir  ���Brooches. Hat Pins,  Sash   Pins,   and  others.    G. E. Dey, the jeweler.  '��� Wedding invitations and announce-  ��� ments promptly executed in the latent  -styles in the Pioneer Job Department.  Joe Trombley has a gang of ten men  getting out poles for the B. C. Telephone Co. and for the West Kootenay  Power & Light Co.  Phoenix Socialist League meets  Tuesdays,. 7.30 p.m.,. Miners' Hal!.  Readings from Socialist authors given.  ^Discussion invited.  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.  Ticket No. 17 won the Chambers'  Enclycopedia at the raffle Wednesday,  and the owner can secure same by-  applying to J. L. Martin, secretary of  the board.  If you wish your friends in the east  to know what is going on in the Boun  dary, just send them the Pioneer for a  year, and you will completely cover  the ground.  Thetopics in the Presbyterian church  tomorrow will be, in the morning:  "Breaking the News," and in the evening: "The Battlement on the New-  House."  Did you get a copy ofthe Midwinter  Number of the Pioneer for that fnend  in the east? If not we have a few left  that can be had at two bits each, ready-  wrapped for mailing.  R.V. Ghisholin, piopiietor of Black's  hotel, has changed the name of that  place to the Hotel Alexander. The  front has been painted, and the hotel  has been jienerally redecorated inside,  greatly improving it.  The Sweet Sisters having been i-o  successful with their entertainment in  aid of the. hospital, it is now announced that the Sweet brothers will give  an entertainment next month for the  same worthy cause.  During the warm weather Phoenicians can congratulate themselves that  they live in such a moderate climate,  it being from five to ten degrees  warmer at almost any other point in  the Boundary than it is in Phoenix.  City Clerk Matheson this week took  in about $150 from some 50 business  concerns, for. semi-annual trades  licenses. Eleven retail liquor sellers  placed $1650 in his hands also, for  licenses for the ensuing six months.  Last Monday evening a senior  Christian Endeavor society was orgsn-  _ ized at the Methodist church, with Jay  Cramer as president and Miss Annie  -McKenzie as secretary. The other  offices will be filled Monday evening,  the regular meeting night.  Last evening the Good Templars  gave a social at Hardy hall, being in  the nature of a farewell to . Miss Kate  Noble, who has lately resigned as secretary, and "ill shortly leave for Victoria. A programme was given after  which refreshments were served.  The entertainment and dance given  Wednesday evening for the benefit of  the hospital was a success in every  way. The Sweet Family appeared  apain, Reynolds and James rendered  excellent music, and Messrs. McCur-  rach and Whiteside gave a duet. Dane-  was  Bovle is the druggist.  Souvenir Jewelry at Dey's.  Old newspapers for sale at the  P o.ieer office.   .  The best is the cheapest���especially  in drugs of all kinds. See the Thomas  J)rug Co.  *���*����������*������*  COMING AND GOING  H. L. Brazell has been taking in the  Portland fair this week.  Cecil D. Martin went to Spokane  Sunday, intending to visit the Portland  fair.  R. E. Sutton, of Grand Forks, official administrator, wss a visitor in the  city Saturday.  Mrs. Clark, mother of J. A. Clark,  is spending a few weeks with her son  here, coming from Trail. ,   ���  Mrs. P. J. Dermody and children,  of Greenwood, have been visiting; Mrs.  J. J. Strutzel this week.  Miss Rosie Horrell, daughter of  Robert Horrell, is spending a .few  months with her sister in Winnipeg.  Thomas J. Hardy ha? returned from  a several weeks' trip to Calgary, Edmonton and other Northwestern towns.  Mrs. J. F. Morkill, of Sherbrooke,  Quebec, mother of Mrs. A. B. . Hood,  arrived here Wednesday, on an extend  ed^visit.  Supt. S. C. Holman, of the Mother  Lode mine, with his father, mother  and sister, was a visitor in the camp  last Sunday.  James McGregor, provincial mining  inspector, with headquarters at Nelson,  was a visitor in the city Tuesday, accompanied by-Mrs. McGregor.  George W. McAuIiffe returned from  Wauconda, Wash., on Tuesday, where  he had ; taken- his wife and son for a  month's recreation. Harry Baxter accompanied him on the trip.  Alex Grieg returned Sunday from a  trip to ihe Nicola country, coming in  by" way of Vancouver, Seattle an) Spo  kane. Mr. Greig likes the appearance  of Nicola, and exDects to return' to  that section before long.  Patrick Welch, the contractor, who  will build the extension to the V., V  & E. when the final word arrives, was  iri the city Monday, having spent Sunday at Midway and Greenwood. He  had little to say regarding impending  construction.  E. L. Rice, of the E. L. Rice Company, Spokane, spent several days in  the city this week. He is introducing  the Iroquois patent folding seat. for  theatres, and interviewed the building  committee of the local miners' qnion,  with a view to placing that seat in the  new opera house.  H. M. Adams, assistant general  traffic manager of the Great Northern,  who recently succeeded John C. Eden  in that position, came in on his private  car Ai 7 Thursday evening, it being his  first trip to Phoenix. He was accompanied by H. A. Jackson, of Spokane,  the company's agent at that point.  John Kirkup, government agent at  Rossland, and Alex Lucas, occupying  a similar-position at Kaslo, wergMii  Phoenix . this week, on the annual assessment trip. Ranches and farming  land generally will be assessed in good  weatnt r and mines and town property  at other times, in the making up ofthe  provincial rolls for the year 1906.  ���wi  <m*..  Canine Actor*.-* >  When Cozad's California Dog, Pony  and Monkey ciicus appears here it will  be discovered that  a complete "entertainment   lasting  over two  hour's can  be given wholly by animals instead of  human actors.     These carefully trained pets perform the principal   roles in  dramas and comedies and in addition  give a complete vaudeville programme.  First comes the grand military drill in  which   one   hundred   pretty   prancing  ponies take part, led by the wise pony  leader, "Rosebtrry."  They march and  countermarch and go through difficult  evolutions with the precision of highly  irained"soldiers."  Then comes the joyous May-Pole c"ance  when  clustered  around the saw-dust arena, some dozen  children mounted on   the  diminutive  Shetlands, go through the mazes of the  dance.     The   demure   ponies   enter  heartily into the  festive spirit as well  as the youngsters and no prettier sight  has ever been seen.  Then comes the sagacious dogs who  perform the parts   of fire-laddies.    A  i.iiiimiui.6��h.����m^.  , minature house is in   flames;  the in-  ing was kept up till late, and the net' trepid firemen rush to the  rescue with  proceeds were $100.95. their tiny hose-carts, and  soon have a  stream playing on the burning building; a baby is Rescued from flames; a  patrol filled with dog policemen dashes  up and assists the ,dog firemen, etc.i  the clown dogs, ponies and monkeys  all the while furnishing lots of; hilarity  for the little ones. This is But an outline ofthe many startling wonders to  be seen with Cozad's California  Equine, Canine and Simian Pi.radox,  when it appears here on Thursday  next..' , ��� .  THE  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  The Leadinf note) of the Hootenays  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  Grand Hole!  Corner Howard and Main Sts.  SPOKANE.  Phoenix People  and British  Columbiana  generally will And a home in Spokane a'  the Grand Hotel. Recently remodelled  and refurnished.'Under the management of E. E. Phair^ late of Hotel Pliuir,  Nelson, B.C:  All British Columbia papers on file.  European plan. Rates 50 cent a to $2.00  per day.    Free hns meets all trains.  Admlal��tr��t(u-'�� Nollce  In the Mutter of the Estate of Thomas  Ber>t, laUsrof the City of Phoenix; B.  -.... C, Hotel keep- ^-deceased. ���:������   '  NOTICE in hereby jtiven that all creditors and others havingclaiinsHgainst the  estate of the said Thomas Berfi, who died  on or about the llth.day.of May, 1904,  aie requireu, on or before the lst'dny of  A^ugiut, 1905, to t-end by post prepaid or  deliver to the undersigned, Administrator of the ppr-ohal estate of the paid deceased,; their,Christian and snrnaim-p,  a.jdresaes anil descriptions, the full particulars of their elahifr; the statement of  tljeir accounts and the nature of the  securities, it;itny, held by them.  'And further take notice that after audi  last mentioned date- the said Administrator will'proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among'the parties entitled theret '/��� as far as the said  assets will extend, having regard to the  ciaims of wliij-h he. i-hall. then,have, notice, and the laid Administrator will not  be liable for the said assets, or any part  thereof: to 'n'riy, person - or j persons . of  whose claims notice afiall not have been  received by. him at the time ofsuch distribution.     -'  * J ated the 23rd day of June, A.D. 1!Hl5.  ���V Ai.bi.n Ai.mstkom,  Administrator of the "personal  estate of  'j   Thomas Ber?. deceased.  !  Closing Out  SALE  Retiring   From  Business  [ Having decided to close out  : , my business in Phoenix,.! will  ���'- sell my entire stbck: at COST ;  -J or   UN D E R   for the ' next  : 30 days.  Watches, Clock*-, Jewelry, Sil-  ivcr   Ware,   Fancy Goods,  ; Rings, / Brooches,    Pins,  '.������;' Chains, Spectacles, Eye  i      Glasses, Guff Link *,  f       Charms, Bracelets,  Lockets, vStuds,  :j ^Pipes Etc.  This is a Bohafide Sale  a^id Goods Must Go.  i W* Zimmerman  Lower Town  Dominion Ave.  ':        Application for Liquor Licence.  ���| NOTICE ii��.ht rt-bv >ji.ven that I intend  to apply lo life Wi-.-fd ��f License Com-  iiiicMonerB"of the Corporation of the City  of Phoenix, at its next meeting, for rhe  lef-untitif; "f a license' for permission to  sell liquors at retail on the premises  known as the Ne,w Hmoklyn Hotel,  southwest corner oi>I>ominio!i aver inland Phoenix at.., known as Lots, 10 and !>  Block 1, Ttmnhereers au>-dixisioii, in the  City of Phoenix. B. C.  (SiKiied)  'Jambs Marshall.  Dated nt Phoenix, B. C,, this  15th   dav  of June, 1905.  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICE iillerebv given thjit the 00-  nartership herelofore existing between  Alexander Greig and Hugh McDonald,  unaer'theJstyle andtitle of Greig & Mc-  ifcinata; as proprietors of the Beilevne  Hotel, at Phoenix. B.C., is this day dissolved bv mill mil consent.  All bifis.owiinz-the said '���"�� ,inU8t, l,f,  paid to the said Hnt;li McDonald an< all  accounts due' bv the s��nl li" will-be  settleii hv said Htmh McDonald.     .-  All bills owinp the said firip must He  paid on or before Ihe 15th day of July,  11K15.  (Signed)  *       Al.KX.   (iKKIG.  Hugh McDonald.  Dated at. Phoenix, B.C., this 17th day of  June, 11)05.  Application For Liquor License.  ��� Notice is hetebv given that I intend  to mnUe application at the next meeting  of the board of license commissioners ot  ibb Citv of Phoenix, for a license to sell  liquor at retail on the premises known  as theDominion House, Old Ironsides  tivenne, Phoenix, V>. C,  (Signed)  II. A. WltlGHT.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C. this 30th day of  June, 1005.  Application lor ..Transfer of Liquor License  NOTICE is hercl'v given that I intend  in applv at ihe next meeting 01 the  Board of License Commii-sioneis for the  Corporation of the City of Phoenix for  tbe transfer of the 'license now held by  me to sell 'liquors hv retail on the premises known.ns thu Central hotel, corner Old Iron��ides avenuu'and Second  street, Phoenix, IU'., lo.-Vugust Jackson.  ., (Signed)  Hl\SK   Andkkson.  Dated at Phoenix. B.C., this 19th day of  :   June, 1005.      ;, '  SPECIAL LICENSE MEETINd NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HKHKUV GTEN that a ip��cial  meetii'iK if the Hoard of L'eense Coiiiuiiisipiier  for the Boundary Creek License nistrt t will be  held nt tlie Government office, Grand Forks, B.  C, on .Priday.the.4tl1 day of August,. 1905, tocon-  aider the rollowlnie Application   _  B. Lequimf.Railway Hotel,'Midway, B. C.  D.-J. DARRAUGH, -���;  -j". - Chief Licence Inspector.  For Sale Cheap  ' 'Bravo'v Diamond Drill aud  Sinai 1 Rand com pressor pi an t.  Apply to  ^SSEX GRIFFITH,     . V  ; Rossland, B. G.  Leckic Eob's.iiil a Umu felt  want, itiui iliat want is "Better  Boots lor the same money." The  Logger, the- Prospector, the  Miner, the mm: who works out  o'dors, will find these ALL  LEATHER1 liuois the best that  money can buy.  Every pair have .the Trade  Mark stamped on the sole.  All dealers.  V      WHOLESALE  BY '  1. inflt (o. it  VAXCOUVER. n. c*.  J  For Sale  Lot 21, Block 19,  Knob Hill Avenue  Ivisy monthly terms   or a  bargain for   cash.    Make  - '- me an offer.  Address the owner,  Mrs. L. NEUKUM  940 Howard St.  ?��� 'San Francisco, Cal.  t ��  Go*adfs    Famotis  California    SHows  Will Exhibit on the Baseball Grounds in Phoenix  THURSDAY,   27TH    OF   JULY  Under Mammoth Waterproof Tents.  Taken up For Tresspass.  One sorrel horse, white face. 3 white  feet, branded 15 on left shoulder. Will  be sold 30 days from date if not taken  away and expenses paid.  A. D. MrLusSAN  Rock Creek, B.C., July 4  11)05.  &��  -IK  Stationers,   Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B C  $   We Carry :-  'c|i- 'J'he, finest line of inipdr-  iXf ted and Doin estic Cigars,  W Toba<cos. Pipes and Smo-  kers' Supplies.  The latest styles in Stationery for every kind of use,  with views of Phoenix.   ���"  The latest Newspapers,  Magazines and Periodicals  of all kinds  Souvenir Postal Cards in  almost endless vaiiety.  $       GIVE US A CALL  *    .������'���'.:        -^~ ' ���"  McUaeBros.&Smtili  Fine Silverware  is a life long possession. It will pay you to take  pains in the selection of any New Silverware. Iarri  showing at present some new and very-handsome  designs in Sterling and.Plated ware. For a.wed-''"'  ding present nothing is niore suitable than a handsome set of Spoons and Forks.  Ed. Black,   Jewele  FIRST ST., PHOENIX, B. C  George Evaiis  mmMSMaasassaMStsMsaMMBMamJswsasssmwMWSSMaawssMm  Painter and  Hoilse" Decorator,  PHOENIX.  B.  C  Sign Writing on short notice.        :        Estiinates promptly 'furnished  G.W. Rumberger  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mines I ought and sold.  Information "about    Phoenix   and   the   .  Boundary country given on application.  <# Phoenix, fi. G  ��XSXsXs>s)��<a^����Si(��5��^^  The Royal  I   Billiard Parlors  and  Bowling  All  j&  I B?st Bowling Alleys in  I tKe Boundary new in- |  I stalled ahd in us?.. ..  R.H. KARAT0FSKY, PnP  McHalc   Black,   Knob   Hill Avi.  UnderiN"ew Management  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.    ^  ���:! .'Special attention to dining  room.     I^rge,   airy   and  ������     welT furnished rooms. WJl  Dominion Avenue -    . .���'���-.'' - Phoenix, 8. C.  w^w^ww^wvy'w^wwwywwy mmmi&Vrfy.  ���   Just    received    direct    .from  Scotland a large shipment ��.f  . "Peter Dawson's Scotch"  GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  Boundary A^ems fur "I'AKSr PKLKBKA *KP! RKKlr."  Wholesale Dealer in Winea, r,**quors~ and CigarM.  Telephone ortlerH rece'vt prompt attention.  Gkkknwood, H. C.        %'        JAMES McCREATH, i-kop.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm\  ws��&s��e��^^ i��^9s&s^&B^s&&ssee&i^s^s^  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoer.ix.  WHO SAVS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shifts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Ciik.ai'kst prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. iJo^if^^VvK^^.o^.x.  i  i  !���)  (���)  I.)  ft  i.)  (���1  ^^fM^.^^^^1  Wm. Hunter Co., Ltd.  DOMINION AVENUE.  Watch fox* Our Big Street Parade.  Performances Afternoon and Evening.   l  Prices: Adults, 75 cents; Children, 50 cents  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection iu our line of men's stylish clothing  for summer. We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shirts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  spring blocks, in Hlack aud Hrown, also a nice range of  stiaw and linen hats.  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 Sllits A new lot of perfect fitting not folks and three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Wnis.s, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collar?,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  THe Wn&o Hunter Co. Limited.  swBswM  ��

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