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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 13, 1907

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 ���HBHUHBIKP  BDWMinwnpi  . -oJ-iirj, uvi ui1.',  je3��2!?s��Eex^p^  ���'4  .'���I  ���*r  ��� ''%  r3  ["���!  'ri  * .1  ���������4  1  ���4  1 fl  ���w  1  r J  ii  ^ URislative /Q%  Jul; jc 1907  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  Eighth Ykak.  i    =  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. JULY j3.-.'9��7-  No.  34  ��(?��(3/S��^  Special  Showing this Week  at the  Big Store  %^OF  Cushion Tops, from  Cords,   "  "       Ruffling,  \%  yards length @  TAKES IN WENTY XLAIMS  Consolidated Co* Buys the Phoenix  Amalgamated.  Active Work at Once-Will Install 20-DriIl  Air Compressor.  MILTON WHEATLEY  WAS FOUND DEAD  Art Serge Portieres, something new, per pair  Chenille Portieres, per pair  Tapestry Portieres, from $5.00 to  35c. to $1.00  25c.  to 75c.  75C-  $7.00  6.50  10.00  Bobinett   Ruffled   Curtaining from  Ruffled Muslin Curtaining from  Nottingham Lace Curtains from  ���35 '��  .25 to  ���75  .40  per yd.  Saxony Rugs from  Angora    " "  Door Mats from  Tapestry squares from  .90 to 6.00 pair.  $2.25 to $5.50  1.50 to   4.50  .75 to   2.00  8.50 to 30.00  See  Window  rleodri  LIMITED.  (111111111111B11  SUP?  I  W  W  SO��������  ss^^Sllaaaa&aaaaill^I^^  R^  WeH  ave  But TK  ey  For the reason that they  are the goods the people  want, andat the right prices.  Grocery Dept.  Stocked with the freshest and  best assortment to be had   in   Canada.  Shipments of Seasonable Fresh  Fruits and Vegetables received daily���  from the growers to your table.  Hardware Dept  The most important deal made in  the Boundary this year, was brought to  a successful issue this week, when the  Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co.,  of Canada, Ltd, secured control of the  properties of the Phoenix Amalgamated  Copper Mines, Ltd., by purchase outright, and also secured options on a  number of other mineral claims in this  camp, the entire lot aggregating something like 20 claims.  Supt. Chas. Biesel, of the Snowshoe,  wits seen yesterday by the Pioneer  man, and asked for particulars, but did  not care to say very much about the  matter. "We have taken options on a  bunch of wildcats," said Mr. Biesel,  "but what they will amount to we cannot tell as yet. We shall do some  development on them at once."  The Phoenix Amalgamated group  consists of eleven claims, the nucleus  of which is the old War Eagle, one of  the early Phoenix locations, which was  operated by the War Eagle Copper-  Gold Mining Co. seven yeats ago.  These claims immediately adjoin the  Granby group on the south, and considerable ore was found on them by  the old company. The War Eagle is  equipped with half of a ten-drill compressor and other machinery. Some  of the other, claims acquired by option  are the Battle Axe group, the Cliff  group and the Bay Horse group, which  adjoin the big Granby group on the  east and the War Eagle group on the  south. The entire twenty odd claims  I constitute a large mineral area, most of  which is undeveloped ground, though  many ot the properties are crown  granted or surveyed.  Put On SO Men'at Once.  It is understood to be the intention  of the Consolidated, company to put  a force of 50 men at once on the War  Eagle, and in a few days the work of  prospecting the newly acquired ground  of the company will- be'Started -iri  vigorous style, for which Mr. Biesel,  who will be in charge, has already  made a record since coming to. Phoenix a year ago and taking hold of the  Snowshoe.  W. S  Macy & Co., Ltd., will  have  charge   of   the   War   Eagle   boarding  house, and supplies are being sent to  the mine, and the old bunkhouse is  being prepared for temporary use.  Meantime, plans have been drawn lor  a two and a half story bunkhouse, with  accommodations for 50 or more men,  something like the bunkhouse at the  Snowshoe mine, and no time will be  lost in erecting the new building as  soon as the lumber can be procured.  An air compressor of 20 drills  capacity will be installed at the War  Eagle, having already been ordered,  and will be driven by electricity, a 250  I h.p. motor being used for that purpose. The foreman for the mine had  , not been selected yesterday, but will  be appointed shortly. Telephone connection will also-be made.  From the above it can be readily  rioted that no time will be lost by the  Consolidated Co. in getting to work  and in proving up the worth of the  new acquisitions as soon as may be.  Putting la' Much Money.  The price paid by the Consolidated  Co. for its new properties has not been  made public, it is understood, however, that the Phoenix Amalgamated  will receive some'$5o,ooo in cash and  the balance in treasury shares of the  Consolidated Co., which are now  quoted around $,.125 and $130 per  share, par $100. On the other claims  acquired a payment of about ten per  cent has been made, to bind the bar  gain, the total amount running up into  six figures, all told.  The Consolidated Co. has thus  shown its faith ia the camp by putting  in a good many thousands of dollars  in cash, and will now proceed to spend  many more thousands in development  ���all in addition to the program me mapped out for the Snowshoe, which it  hason. lease andbond. JTheie.are also  those who firmly believe that the entire  deal is" but the prelude-to the-announce-  ment later that the Consolidated Co.  will build an. up to date smelter in the  Boundary for the treatment of ore  from the many mines which it now  controls. In any event, it means a  largely increased payroll that will be  distributed right in Phoenix.  An Austrian Killed by Fall at  Granby.  Mike Spodvirvyk, an Austrian, was  instantly killed at the Granby mines  Tuesday evening, by stepping into 11  chute or shaft at tlie aoo-foot level of  the Granby mines, falling sheer for 50  feet and rolling another 50 feet to the  300-foot level. lie was about. 23  years of age, and had worked for six  or seven shifts only, having few friends  here. He had been shoveling for  several hours into the hole into which  he fell. Not being a member of the  miners' union, he was buried by the  company on Thuisday, Rev. Whitiaker  attending, the interment taking place  in Phoenix cemetery.  COKE TROUBLES  ARE SETTLED  By Control of Largest  Producer.  $100 shares being held at about $350  each. ;;  The securing of control of this company is a good thing for the Boundary,  as it assures- a supply of coke for the  largest district smelter,;. thaU. of the  Granby Co., because the Graves and  Hill people are in the business of mining and transportation, rather than'... in  that of fighting labor unions. ��  Claimed Granby Has  Interest  In Crow's Nest Coal Co.  The same evening Milton H. Wheat-  Icy, a man of about 40 years, was  found dead in an outhouse at the  Cottage hotel, presumably from heart  failure, as he was seen and talked to a  few minutes before. The funeral was  held also on Thursday under the auspices of Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8,  Rev. C. W. Whittaker officiating, and  the burial taking place in the Greenwood cemetery, where Mr. Wheatley's  mother, Mrs. George E. Breakenridge,  was buried some years ago.  Wheatley had lived in this camp for  the last six or eight years, and at the  time of his death was employed by the  Dominion Copper Co. at the Brooklyn  mine. Mr. Breakenridge, his stepfather, who has been in Tucson, Arizona, and Guadalahara, Mexico, for  the last several years, was notified by  telegraph.  Some years ago Wheatley's brother  died from burns received in a fire at  the family home, on the New York  townsite, of which Mr. Breckenridge  was then agent. His mother, Mrs  Breakenridge, died here from cancer.  His father was killed in the Indian  massacre at Fort Fetterman, Wyoming,  nearly 40 years ago, being the only  civilian killed in that massacre. He  has a little daughter, Irene, who is now  being educated down south by her  grandfather.  Among the Railway Jen.  COMING AND GOING  Our Stock of Hardware is heavy  and most complete, including anything  and everthing needed in the Home,  the Hotel and the Mines. Let ns  figure on your order; and remember  we also have Screens, Screen Doors,  Wire Netting and other things for hot  weather.  A. C. Sutton, solicitor, of Grand  Forks, spent a couple of days in camp  this week.  A. U. Morrison, of Grand Forks,  was here a couple of days this week,  looking after his local store.  J. E. McAllister, manager of the B.  C. Copper Co., was called to Toronto  this week by the death of his father.  Dr. W. Howard Dickson left Sunday  morning for Vancouver, and expects to  return next week with Mrs. Dickson  and child.  Dr. J. A. Briggs, of Vancouver, arrived Saturday, to look after the  practice of Dr. Dickson while the  latter is absent at the coast.  R.D. Mitchell, delegate from Phoenix Miners' Union No. S to the  annual convention recently held at  Denver returned late last week.  James McGregor, of Nelson, provincial inspector of mines for this district, spent two or three days in the  city this week, on official business.  W. H. Docksteader, formerly chief  of police and fire chief in Phoenix  came in from Vancouver yesterday,  having spent the last few months  there.  Frederic Keffer, engineer for the B.  C. Copper Co. with .Mrs. Keller and  son Rbert, went down to the coast last  week, to see Seattle, Vancouver and  Victoria.  T. F. Struthers, chief time inspector  of the C. P. R. west of Winnipeg, was  in the city Saturday, conferring with  the Boundary time inspector for the  system, E. A. Black. Hereafter Mr.  Black is to have his territory extended  from Nelson to Midway.  Three Seat To Nelson.  Sunday there were   doings   in   the  police circles of the city, a bunch of  men having   had  a  rough   house on  Knob hill avenue.    At the same time  seven Hindoos, railway laborers, were  run in for committing a nuisance in the  lower end of the city,  the city bastile  having   eleven   guests   at   one   time.  After a good lecture by the judge,  the  Indians   were    permitted   to    depart.  Jack   Davis,  Michael   Owens   and  Owen Jones pleaded   not  guilty, but  were sentenced to two months in Nelson  jail.    One Roberts pleaded guilty and  was fined $20 and costs.    They had  assaulted Chas. Linn, and he was the  complainant, after being patched up by  Dr. Briggs.  Police Magistrate Hood also had one  or two other minor cases ibis week,  which were dealt with.  Aldermen By Acclamation.  Thursday was-rrrew-datcr-^ct for the  nomination of two aldermen for seats  at the city council board, with an  election on the 16th, if a poll was  needed. Only two names were pie-  sented, that of Thomas Roderick for  the'West ward and Arthur W. Jacobs  for the East ward, and they were,  accordingly, declared duly elected by  M, M. Stephens, the returning officer  This will give the city a complete  aldertnanic board once more.  Announcement was made in Spokane this week that the Granby Consolidated interests, represented by the  manager, J. P. Graves, and the James  J. Hill interests, had secured control,  of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. in  East Kootenay, thereby insuring in the  future a steady supply of coke for the  Gianby smelter and a much needed  supply of coal for the Great Northern  system in the west. Mr. Graves declined to affirm or deny the story,  when asked about it.  Mr. Hill and friends have controlled  from 30 to 45 per cent of the Crow's  Nest stock for some years, and the  statement is now made that they have  secured a total of 55 per cent, or a  control, for the purposes mentioned.  It is further asserted that it required  $2,800,000 to secure this additional I  stock of the coal company.  For the last two or three years there  have been periodical labor troubles at  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.'s  mines, resulting in stoppages at the  Granby smelter, when coke failed to  come forward. The Granby directorate could hardly be expected .to  stand this sort of thing for ever, and  gradually, with the Hill interests, the  control of the concern has been secured. It was known that something  of the kind was in the wind for some  time. When the wealthy Toronto  holders of the coal stock grew tired of  having repeated labor troubles, they  finally consented to part with sufficient  stock to give control to the Hill and  Graves people. F. H. McGuigan,  vice-president of the Great Northern,  is now a member of. the board of  directors of the coal company.  -The Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  controls what are now known to be  the largest and most valuable coal  measures in the west, with thousands  of acres of coal lands and assets stated  to be worth $50,000,000. It has 875  coke ovens at its collieries. The company is capitalized for $4,000,000, the  William Whyte, of Winnipeg, fourth  vice-president of the C. P. R., was here  Wednesday in his private car, and  promised Manager Hodges of the  Granby Co. that additional ore dumps  for moving pre would soon be forthcoming.  Contractor T. J Gallagher has his  grading of the Great Northern Granby  Victoria spur so far along that steel is  beginning to arrive for this piece of  work. It will be laid at once, "'so ih it  the timbers can be brought in for the  trestle to be built over- a branch of  Twin creek, near the Granby stables.  Track has at last been laid into  Keremeos, the temporary terminus of  the V. V. & E. extension of the Great  Northern into the Simi.lkameen  country. Passenger trains will be  operated that far when the side tracks,  ballasting, etc., is completed. When  construction wilt be resumed from  Keremeos to Princeton, has not yet  been announced, but it is expected  that contractors now at other work will  be heading that way before long.  Monster Union Picnic.  W. J. Louttit, president of Phoenix  Miners' Union, No. 8, visited Grand  Forks last week, to attend a committee  meeting regarding the big union picnic  to be held on Labor Day at Curlew  lake. Mr. Louttit states that arrangements are now being completed for the  event, which will be attended by.members of all the unions in the Boundary,  including those at Greenwood, Grand  Forks, Boundary Falls and Phoenix.  There willj��s two or three brass bands  engaged for the occasion, and' special  trains, and it is expected that in the  neighborhood of 2,090 will be present  at the'monster gathering, wbich will be  held on Ihe statutory Labor Day,  Monday, September 2d.  Latest Prices in Metals.  New York���Copper, electrolytic, $21.-  50 @ $21.75;  lake. *2i.S7,W @ $22.I2y,.  Bar .Silver, 671^  l>aH. *5 15 to *5.25  Barrett  will  be  Selling Coast Property.  L. D. Chesman and E. W.  arrived here yesterday, and as  noted from their announcement in this  issue, and will sell some desirable residence lots in New Westminster, they  being located at the Brooklyn hotel  for a week. Mr. Chesman states that  things are booming in the Royal City,  and that property there is a particularly good buy at present, the prices  of their lots being very reasonable  SHARP <a IRVINE GO.  Member of Spkane Stock Exchange.  f08  ofl'er  'Wall St.  We will buy  5000 Tel-Kwa Mines   100 B. C. Copper      i) 00  100 Dominion Copper...   .  1000 Bullion   Spokane, Wash.  We will sell  100 International Coal.  250 Copper King.  "200 Alberta Coal  5.60  .08  .95  .10  .42  2000 Happy Day         .05.}.'  3000 West Nine Mile   100.00  1000 Panhandle        .10  100 Kendall (Pays 3c.per shore      1.5Q  monthly)  10000 Rossland Giai.t 03U  Two New E. T. Bank Branches.  It is understood that the Eastern  Townships Bank has definitely decided  to open two branches of the concern  in East Kootenay, in the two largest  towns in that section, Cranbrook and  Fernie. In Fernie a suitable lot has  been purchased by the bank, on which  to erect a suitable building. These  are the first branches of this bank in  that section, its other branches in this  province being at Grand Forks, Midway, Vancouver and Phoenix. The  announcement that the J. J. Hill  Graves interests had secured a control  in the Crow's Nest Coal Co., although  not yet officially confirmed, probably  had something to do with tbe latest  move for new branches of this con-  cervative banking institution.  PHOENIX PAY  WAS $100,000  Boundary Side Lights  Greenwood's Methodist congregation has purchased a parsonage for the  pastor.  The proposed electric tramway from  Greenwood to Phoenix is still being  talked up in the former town.  The Grand Forks Rochdale Cooperative Association, Ltd., has been  incorporated at Victoria by A. E. Cox,  H. II. Spinks, T. J. Benninger, T.  Dufiy, Ira Gill, XV. H. Miller, E.  Bolton, W. B. Glanville, A. E. Hardy,  to enter into business in Grand Forks.  The number of shares is unlimited,  each to be of $5.  BOUNDARY ORE.  July 13,1907.  Following were shipments from Boundary mines for week to tiau>:  Grtinby  mines  Snowshoe   Mother Lode   Kmnm   Oro Denoro   Brooklyn   Idaho   Rawhide   Sunset   Mountain Rose   Stilly   IS.741  4.!'.'!('  902  320  l,2I(i  805  210  25  Total. . . .: 87,032  Sinelter Treatment���  Granbv    IS,057  I!   C. Copper    1 i.(iiii)  Dominion Copper     :*,5);i  Total  20(1  M. M. Stephens and Alex. Strachan  took three prisoners over to the Nelson  jail by Friday's train.  Distributed Here Last  Wednesday.  Write for our Weekly Market Letter also our folder describing how  we  sell  Calls and how you can buy stocks on the Monthly Payment Plan.  To  1,000 Men   Employed  Our Mines.  m  Last Wednesday, the largest payroll  ever distributed in Phoenix took place,  it being the regular monthly pay day  at the mines of this camp, when approximately $1 00,000 was distributed  in wages to the thousand men employed in the properties here Oy the  Granby, Dominion and Snowshoe companies. While the companies do not  furnish figures of this kind, a close  estimate is possible, from the known  rate of wages paid, which now averages  more than $100 per month per man���  and latterly the minus have been operating on Sundays as well as week days,  owing to the close down during May.  The following are about the figures for  each of three companies named:  ��S��1  %?  -o-  m  Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Kuob Hill Ave., mid First St.,  PHOENIX,  B. C.  New aud Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Itoomn,  I. A  McMASTER  Proprietor.  ���b  m  ��X&X&&X>^^  Granby ...  Dominion  Snowshoe  Men.  55��  .55��  1 sO  Amount.  $55,000  Jo>000  1 5,000  1,050 $105,000  These figures do tint include the  amounts paid to the 150 railway  graders winking on spur extensions in  Phoenix fur several months past, nor  to the large number of railway  ployees who are kept busy in tin  hauling traffic originating in and aiound  Phoenix.  tin-  ore  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. Newborn cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N.  Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  Steam   j*    Heated  JAMES HARSHALL, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  J. Math  eson  3ii3iirance Bijcnt  1'iui:.      1.1  .V.N I >  ,VfCII)l'.N'l  ������!���:  1'IDKMTV     HONKS.        ������ PI..VTK  COMMISSION!-:!!     KOIt     T.VKINfS     A I'l'll t,\ V I IS  J?IIOENIX,   13. C.  mm  Ifpl  ;#��  J .. v t. ;i %.{iflit��ritySff  y^m  m$im  iMf-  ��� mh..  ftp!  wife-  ��� .-(���'('��� &lv'\ ���  '   -���',;;���:.-Mi:-,'���.-  ���p"M'':!  VU!  I* w*  fiw.r  f  '>?l��s if/  J >p-  Mr I it  .A  f  f:  j i  rf - 'i f  1i  *    i 1  ft    ' '"'  ^  'f*l  PI I T"  *Sfl  It  ���sniff!  mm  Ii  f  SSIr*!'  �����  idSi  9��i  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talked of at  HOUU AND KI.9EWHKUB  ��� ���.-,  ���  ���*��*��� 9 -D ��� .   ill HOUK AND KI.SBWHK  There s all the Difference J L ���������  I  between ordinary bulk and packet  teas and the delightful richness and  fragrance and refreshing strength of  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  IMUBD OH UATORBAVH Bv TH��  PIONEER PUBLISHING 00.  AT rBOBIf IX. a. c.  W. B. WILLCOX. NUnaoer.  t.u���l��-.. ) BualneM office No. 14."  Telephones j M,Btjfer., residence. No. is.  ���OMcmmons in advancb.  ttr Year _ ta.ao  ���IxMoatke...   1.15  To the United State*; per year .~. 3.50  I positive that the C. ��� P. R. will not do  [it of its own' initiative, and equally  certain that our member, Duncan  Ross, and the postoffice authorities do  not care a bean whether there is accommodation of a reasonable nature  between these two places of over 2,000  people each, or not.  The Vale Mining Co., operating the  Nickel Plate mine at  Camp   Hedley,  has  posted  a  notice  of increase   in  wages for July 1, on  a  par with that  paid in the Boundary���arid  this, notwithstanding the fact that the increased  price of cor.per does not help the ore  from the Nickel Plate one red cent���  it being a gold mine.    In  British Columbia the Boundary mine owners led  the procession in granting the increase  to miners, after which   Rossland, East  Kootenay and now the Similkameen  followed suit.    It is pleasant to  note  that this all happened without serious  difficulty in any part of this province.  ���������  There are always two or more points  I of view.    Regarding   Duncan   Ross's  present trip up in old  Cariboo, which  many think was for the purpose of feeling the pulse of the electorate before  another Dominion election is called, one  veracious person says it was for the pur-  others. In addition, the Greenwood  people this week sent away an exhibit  of ore to Winnipeg. This kind of  publicity pays arid pays big. May  there be more of it.  MANIFESTING    ITS   VIRTUES  In Millions of Teapots Daily  I. H. HALIETT  Uakkistkk, Solicitor,  One who has observed closely states  that there is now much   more   interest  in Boundary mining claims than there  was a year ago, on   the part  of outsiders.    Almost any day from  two to  ten mining men from the east or south  can be found at some of the hotels of  the Boundary���men not now actively  identified   with   mining   here.    This  augurs   well,   for   it  shows   that   the  steady   work  of  the  last few   years  backed up by the constantly  growing  output figures, and without any of the  boom element, are telling in quarters  where it is worth  while.    Let the interest   continue to grow;  not  all the  good things have been picked up, by a  Notary  Coble Address:       HALLHTT.  Iledfoid M'Neli's  Codes 1 MoieiiiR v Neal's  Pu,...  ( lied fold 1  J Moieiiig  (Lelber's.  Grkknwooh, B.C.  I    /  Have You1 Tried It?  BLACK ,        GREEN MIXED  At Your Grocer's. Highest Award, St.Louis, 1904.  long shot  Tbe Doctor Away from Home when  Most Needed.  Clothing: I  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  TUCK  .COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral ���  Cor. First & KuobHlll Ave.   PHOENIX, B. C  JV  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  M , A. F. and A.M.  /i"?\      Regular communication 8 p. ,���     ,-.  :&������* it?    ond Thursday or each month      bei  ^>< ''YIXmc^'bTc!;"'"^^""^  Gl'.O.U DKY,  Secretary.  J.J. STRutzhl  W.m.  If Toa ��re aot �� subset bcrito thla paper,  la aa Invitation to you to become oae.  thla  ' Advertising rates furauhea on application.  Legal eotlce* to and 5 cents per line.  Four areeklrlnsertiona constitute one: month '���  ���<t*trt-slaa*  Handicapped By Prosperity.  It is certainly a remarkable state of  affairs, but none the less serious, when  there is so much  prosperity  prevalent 1  that railways cannot handle   the   busi-|  ness offered them.   That is exactly the  case    in   the   Boundary   today���the  C. P. R. is unable to care for  the ore  tonnage which mine managers are almost begging the  great   railway  company to handle; and   what  is  more,,  have notified the officials in good time j  People are often very much disappointed to find that their family  physician is away' from   heme  when   _. ..._,,���... they need his services.    Diseases like  pose also of sizing  up  some  timber cra.mP colic  and  cholera  morbus re-  lirnilc rtlj-v���� ���!,"/-��� 1   fP        ,     ,,      f-      I fluirp nrnmnf    ri-onimnn��    n��,i    I    ���  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheas'ust prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively  BIKN1K Hl.OCK.  KNOB HILL AVE.. PHOENIX.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK I.OBG1! NO.,i,  Mccis every Monday Eveutug  at Miners' Hal  Visiliug brethren cordially Invited.  John Mclver,   N. G,  Oarlton Cook, Rec. Hec'v  Wm. Plcturd. Per. Fin. BtCy.  roX5X3DX3XK> OXXOIOX) OX> O O OD a<  , ��������� ���.   aiding   ujj   wine   timoeri     . "iJ >->-"-  *"iu   cnoiera   morotis re-  lirntls along the Grand Trunk Pacific \^une prompt streatment/and  have in  Duncan's own   oaoer. th*   r,r�����n���.^lm'7,lnslances   P��>ven   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 /or 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.  Duncan's own paper, the Greenwood  Times, says that he "is having a lively  time among his faithful supporters and  the festive mosquitoes of the Cariboo  country." Whether this means his  faithful supporters are making it liyely  for him or riot, each must judge.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Tim* Inspector for S. F. & N,  (Until Class Goods always in Stock,)  Gkand Fokks, B.C.  ����o*  Photnix Shoe Shoe    I  On this question the Greenwood  Ledge remarks:  "Duncan Ross, M.P., left early this  week to spend a. few days inquiring  into the needs of his constituents.  The constituency of Yale-Cariboo extends from the 49th parallel to as near   ... 6^u llulc   ������������ "��- *y��' paraiiei to as near  that they would have ready  by now.  the north pole as has yet been reached  An Important Precedent.  - It goes without saying that the angle  of vision of those residing on  the line  of any railway is not the same as that  of the officials of that railway���at least,  for the most part'    Railways are great  corporations, dealing with many, many  -individuals, and it would be surprising  if some of those individuals were not  unreasonable in what they expect from  the transportation  company.    On the  other hand, it is .equally certain that  railway companies are not always disposed to grant eveh^'what entire communities consider  fair   treatment   in  certain respects. ��� As a result, they do  not grant them until forced  to, do so,  as a rule, or unless they are far-sighted  enough to perceive that they may be  brought into great  public odium or  may lose in hard dollars and cents.  It is noticeable that recently in the  state of Oregon,   according to   published reports, the railway commission  established a new ruling���one that will  be far reaching'as a   precedent.    This  is" that a railway company shall give a  . reasonably satisfactory service, whether  it;is profitable for the company  to  do  so or not.    There are  certain   obligations of a   railway company   to  the  The trouble here is the lack of ore  dumps, which the   C. P. R.   asserts it  has been trying  to  get   manufactured  in Canada, but could not because the  shops    are, now   overwhelmed   witb  work, and, like the railways, are more  ore less handicapped by the prevailing  prosperity throughout the Dominion. '  A rift appeared in the situation, however, when William Whyte, fourth vice-  president  of the  C. P. R. arrived   in  Phoenix this week from Winnipeg and  heard the story at   first   hand.    Then  he stated that in three weeks or there  abouts there would be 150 more  steel  dumps here for the   ore   traffic, which  would be manufactured   in   American  shops if need be.    Of all'the C. P. R.  officials, probably Mr. Whyte has   the  respect of nearly 50,000 employees   of)  the system, and the vast number of  patrons, as much as any other C.P. R.  officer; and this statement coming from  him was worth while So there is a  chance for easing things up a little-  soon���which means a heavier tonnage  than ever from the Boundary mines.  On another column will be found  some figures showing what the C P.R.  has accomplished in the 21 years of  its history, and they make interesting  reading. In short, they spell the story  of the prosperity of Canada. An increase in business of sevenfold is certainly a remarkable achievement.  by any discoverer; and from tide water  to east of the Rocky mountains, except  when Kootenay butts in. It is about  500 miles square and would take about  two hundred years riding on a cayuse  to reach all parts of it. Mr. Ross will  not visit all parts of it this season."  ������������ tm .  Possibly Mr.   Ross   thinks  it is no  one's business where he goes  or what  he does, when he is riot drawing down-  his $2500  per year at Ottawa..   But  the genial Duncan must remember that  he is now a shining light and  cannot  be hid under a bushel, even if he were  so   disposed.    When   elected  before,  his* nomination took place more than a  year before the polls were ope^d,_and.  even with all'that time  to work/arid  the powerful Ottawa machine, and the  advantage of a postponed  election to  help,   out  of  something like   3,500  ballots  cast,  a  measly  43   more for  Martin Burrell and that many less for  Greenwood's foremost  citizen,  would  have meant political oblivion   for Mr.  Ross.    It is to the hills and woods for  Duncan.  PROVINCIAL.  There are still four ��� or five feet  snow at the Mollie Gibson mine.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce  has arranged to open a branch at  Creston in East Kootenay.  Strenuous efforts are still being made  in the Slocan district for daily service  by the C. P. R., it now being three  times weekly. ���  After a most successful trip to the  old country, Premier McBride, of  British Columbia, is once more on  Dominion soil.  Some 400 Japs arrived last week at  Vancouver and hundreds more are en  route, supposed to be coming to work  on Grand Trunk Pacific construction.  J. S. Clute, of New Westminster,  custom inspector, has retired from his  ,position;;W. Marcbant of the customs  department in Victoria, succeeds him.  r'T'i'he Kosslaria*" mines are keeping  their averages and shipping between  five and six thousand tons of ore per  week, with a prospect of a considerable  increase before the end of the year.  The construction of fifty-mile telephone line for the private use of the  Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, connecting Prince Rupert and Aberdeen,  was completed last week, and a service  has already been inaugurated.  Eastern 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 ir-12 13. Liberal  stop overs, long limits.  For particulars as regards rates and routes, address,  W. X. PERKINS, Agent, Phoenix, B. C.  Short line to Victoria and Vancouver.  A. T. TURANO. Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  '.roof.  PlrarSlreet . Opp. Knob Hill Hotel  Phoenix, B. C.  THE  <&  STRATHCONA  NELSON. B.C.  R. G. WEBB, Proprietor.  c^ood Stage Line]  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.00 a.m.]  ''   '.    *'        -.lowertown.,   oinc m   I Standard Time  ������ The Leadin? flofel of the Hoo  9.30 a.m.  J  lower town,  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.  bention to Express and BY ight.  PHOENIX OFFICE, WITH H. JAMES, KNOB HILL AVE.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  '5  Special Rates to Commercial Men  Good Sample Rooms.  ff  etor. 1  .     The International Coal & Coke Co.  Two pieces of realty were, advertised  has closed a contract with the C. P.R.  Don't Be Backward.  Do not hesitate ��� to ask for a free  sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets. We are elad to give  them to anyone who is troubled with  billiousness, constipation, or . any disorder of the stomach. Many have  been permanently cured by their use.  For sale by alb druggists.  in last Saturday's Pioneer at a bargain.  Before Monday noon they were snapped up. There is a moral in this little  story for any business man.  Boundary Customs Recipts.  R.   R.   Gilpin,   customs   officer   at  Grand Forks, makes the following de-  public which cannot be overlooked be- tailed report of the customs receipts at  .cause it happens not  to  be  profitable  the various sub-customs offices, as re  for the railway.    In the case  in  ques-  f^ed for the n.dntb of June:  J Grand forks    ._.     ...  $2,720.28  F. August Heinze, the Butte mining  millionaire, has the C. P. R. guessing.  Eight or ten years ago Heinze sold his  antiquated Trail smelter (which has  since been rebuilt) and his Columbia  & Western railway to the C. P. R. at  his own price. The sale also carriedj  a half interest  in  tne  enormous land  for its entire coal output, soon to reach  about 2,500 tons per day. The company has declared a ij4 per cent  dividend, payable August rst.  One hundred members of Spokane  chamber of commerce will invade the  East Kooteney country July 18 and 19,  the occasion deing the nth annual  excursion. They will travel over the  new Soo-Spokane railway, as far as  Moyie, Cranbrook and Fernie.  Preparations for the reopening of  the Lenora copper ; mine and; Mount  Sicker Railway are now well underway  and it is expected that the first pre will  DpriiifSm  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  That Counts   . ���.,^. ... 1.-, cAyccieu mat tne nrst pre will  grant to the railway, but the land was  be taken out by the Vancouver Copper  not tO   llf*     <ze*aroiyn *�����>'*     *-n     *-r-     TT   '  tion, a number of towns along the line  -of the Oregon Railway & Navigation  Co. had been cut off from daily passenger service by the company, because the latter asserted it would lose  money by running a daily train. The  commission ruled that such was no  valid reason; that the railway was  bound to give accommodation whether  profitable or not. ,  This is almost  exactly  the case in  the Boundary  today,, as  regards  the  C. P. R. passenger and   mail service  between    Greenwood   and    Phoenix.  Because it  suits   the railway, in the  summer it is not possible to get   mail  between these two towns by rail in less  than   two   days���and   but   18   miles  apart by rail and five miles   by wagon  road.    The  C.P. R.   prefers  not   to  make connection  at  the junction at  Eholt���^although it is glad to do so in  winter for its own convenience.    And  the people of the Boundary can  take  it or leave it.    If they do not like ir, |  they can walk.  It is time the matter was brought  before the railway commission,-to see  whether it is needful for traffic to be  highly profitable to the C. P. R ,  before it will give the people of the  Boundary   this   service.     It   seems  Phoenix  Cascade  Carson  Total  2,087.19  ���37-3S  92 74  $5,022.45  Old Chronic Sorea.  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  be kept in a good condition, for which  this salve is especially valuable. For  sbre nipples Chamberlain's Salve has  no superior     For sale byal! druggists.  not to be  segregated  till  Mr. Heinze  so elected.    Now, the C. P. R. would  like to have the segregation made, so  that it may dispose of the  lands, and  has  brought suit   to  accomplish   this  purpose.    Mr. Heinze, in   his answer,  says nay, nay; I do no: have to do so.  And there you  are.    It  would   seem  that the astute copper  magnate, who  kept the gigantic Amalgamated Copper  Co. in hot water  for  years, is also a  thorn  in the side of the C. P. R. in  this land grant matter.  Company, the big, English company  which acquired themine, early in the  fall. The Vancouver Copper Company was formed in London, England,  early this year. It is backed by many  of the most prominent moneyed men  in Great Britain, and shares to the  number of 85,000 at a par value of $5,  have been placed on the market.  NOTICE.  The People's  ^   JB <��� _ ���  for Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, Head  aoho. Wind, Dizziness  and pains-in the cheat  and back; the medicine  that sets your stomach  right and cleanses your  blood of all impurities is  MOTHER  Any one wishing to visit Nelson  from the Boundary should not travel  by the Great Northern. Hours after  one leaves this section by the G. N.,  one can take the C. P. R. and reach  the Kootenay metropolis hours before  the G. N. flyer gets there.  In the mutter ot the Land Registry Act, and In  the mutter of the Title to Lot 8, Block II Cimeron  Mineral Clnfra (Map 59), City of Phoenix. B.C.  "���    the   Certificate   ol    Title   of AliBL  One of the best things done in   the  Boundary in many a day is the  effort  being made by the Greenwood  Board  of Trade to send out   compact   infor-  I mation of a reliable   nature   regarding  ' this section.   A small pamphlet is now  in press, of which  10,000   copies   will  be issued for a first edition, which  will  treat all   parts   of  the   Boundary   impartially.    In this leaflet will   also   be  Wherean       ^ ......a...   ������    nuc   01   abbl  Trombi.kv, being Certificate of Title, No. 5101a  to the above hereditaments has been lost or destroyed and application haa been made for a  dm llcatc I hereof.  NOTIOK IS HKRKBY GIVKN that n duplicate  Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments  will be Issued at the expiration of one mouth  from the date hereof, unless in the meantime  valid objection to the coutrary is made to me in  writing. *  W. H. EDMOND-,  District Registrar of Titles.  Laud Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C.,  July 4th. 1.507  NOTICE.  PrfMM��t*  p��r bottle.  SoU      ,  Ev��7wli*r�� I  ' a. t. WHrrc<t 00.. mosthkal.  I j the map of the   Boundary   which   was]  specially   drawn   for   the   Pioneer   by  C.   M.   Campbell,   and   is   the   most  accurate thing of its kind yet published  These pamphlets will largely go to the  J Winnipeg  exposition,  as   well as  to  rroTiCK is hereby given that the Vancouver  Victoria and Rail wo v and Navigation Compady  lia- e deposited in the Office of the Registrar of  Titles for tlie District of Yale, at Kamloops, a  plan,profit, and book of reference showing the  proponed location of a branch of the line of their  railway to connect the main line with the International Houndary, near Myncaster. on Lot 430,  nnd that it ii the intention of the Vancouver .Victoria and Kastcrn Railway ��nd Navigation Company to apply to the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, at Ottawa, under section 22?  of the Hallway Acl, four wteks after the first  publicnt on   t.f  ii..-   --*1���   **--   "  -      .vay        .     . ���.��  publicat on   01   this   notice   for   the   necessary  authorization under the provisions of the Kuif.  _.  uu..w. me provisions ol the Railway Act, ffir the construction of such branch line  of railway In accordance with the plan, profile  and book of reference so filled.  Pated this 4th day of July. IPJ07.  A. H. MCNEILL,  Solicitor for Ihe Vancouver Victoria and  Eastern    Railway    and    Navigation  Company. 1  This advertisement was first published in the I  Phoenix Pionetr on the 13O1 ��tey ��f Jnlyi 1907.     '  A creditable iob of printing on the stationery you use,  is like a good suit of clothes when due 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  stationery, it is natural to suppose that your business is  not of sufficient importance to require it, and your credit  likewise.  If you wish Modern Stationery, gotten up by competent  workmen, worked on the best of stock, imported or  domestic���stationery that does not have the earmarKS of  the Cheap John priutery, we can furnish it from the only  piiut shop in the Boundary operated by electricity.  We know that business men of Phoenix have sent to  Spokane,  Chicago,  Detroit, Hamilton, St. Louis, Oinalia  and  other  places,   in   the  past, for  printing that  could  have   been   done   right   here ��� and   probably  in   better  style.      We'd charge a little more, of course,   just as the  merchant must charge  more  than   Cheap John  Tim, of  Toronto���and   its worth a  little  more.     Besides, if y��u  spend  your  dollars   here for printiug, you have a chance  to get them back some day through  the   Pioneer and   its  employees.    If you spend them in the East, you'll never  see them again.      We  have print shop facilities  that-no  other office in this section possesses.    Come and see us.  Pioneer Publishing Co.  Pioneer Building, PllOenJX^ B.C  i*1"- most perfectly appointed Health  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with a com-  pletesystem of Haths���including Turkish and  Russian. Open the year round. The ciirativ:  properties of Its waters arc unequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous aud Mm-  cularTroublts.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ���Undents.  For Ulimiuating all MeUllicPoissns from th  System  The grandeur o! the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains,snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls,  'coating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursif m  tennis. Its winter climate is unsnrr*assed lor  mildness HaRRY JicINTOSH,  Proprietor  i  MINERAL ACT.  (Form F.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Tiger" and "Custer Fractional" Mineral  Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where looted���In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent (or Daniel Bresnahan, Free Miner's Certificate, No. B 10117, intend, sixty days from dste  hereol. to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And  further taVe uotice   that action,   under  section   37, nvl   be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificates ol Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of June, A.D., 1907.  39��� I. H. HAIXKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Catlflcate of Improvements.  I NOTf~U.  g?a5S��  fr^SS^ ^ted^d^  co^der^orlp ��.',Vto ��PPlv ,0 ��'c Mining Re-  PurDo��e^rnMr.ti?Ca,e "f Improvements, for the  clain? ob"H��ing a Crown Urantof the above  ��ecti,onfU,r,the,r U.ke "<>"�� that action, under  "ssuaZeo?,.,o.U"A    &, "���"'"iced  before the  Dated thl.��,hhiCer,lScate o(" Improvements.  Dated this Sth day or October, A^D. 1906.  3 ADOLI'H BKRCU.  IP  Hospital Donations  Lint of Donations received eince Jan.  let, 1905, to the Phoenir General Hospital :  Cash Jio   Cash Jjs   Cash if..  Caa   R.Horrell  ��� J. B. Macaulay   A. F. Berry   A. K. H. Clark   Hospital Ladies' Aid   - B. T. Bank  .Jas. McCreath  Book Case   Bed Linen, 4 doz'"  Cash $50   Cash $ro   Cash f��  v.- jas. mc\_rcHin  Spring Cot::." Canadian Rand Drill Co  Maple Syrup....: ..A.B.Hood  8?dn&n'"Drei^^^  Ca^^0kS:::::::::""":"Mr.V^A.V:'S^e.  Domlnlnn"rv,��U" "A" A Grand Forks Friend  Cor��� WoodC.��PPerCO- FuU 8et u������ Tu^.    F. Buckless  i  Average Prices ot Copper.  ���New York���  Electrolytic. Lake.  W,    * 11905    1006       iOOC       1906  fclry'--- }%-008 18-810 16.128 18.416  February.... 15.375 17.869 16.160 18.110  5*"Jh J6.268 18.361 15.360 18.6-U  ��P"' W.��18 18-375 J5.040 18.688  ?**      J4 627 18.457 14.820 18.724  Tnl        ���   '    }1-875 18-442 14.813 18.719  I"'?, W-888 18.W0 16.005 18.685  ffV"' }?-mi 18-430 15.468 18.610  September.. 15.965 19 140 15.97J 19.290  October .... 10.270 21.270 16.S32 21 710  fe�����fr * ��� J?/599 21'9U0 16-768 22.340  December... 18.328 23.039 18.898 23.380  T��*r 16.680 1&8S0 16.098 19,600  vm'.mN  T'- iSMA��   HJKCMtS.  :Tl,)i��)'J.,  ?^^f!^^^^^m^^^f^rr-  m  ,JL��-_ K^Wl.J.'^Wj^^Wt&faJu  mm.  C.P.R.ISNOW  21 YEARS OLD  Remarkable Growth of  Great Railway.  Earnings Increase More Than  Sevenfold.  ���   ��tj  5  j!  !  -1  4  i  -a  I  In the twenty-one years of the life,  of the Canadian Pacific Railway, which  were rounded out last week, 4,641  miles of track has grown to more than  13,000, and this is yearly being added  to. Its operations, instead of being  almost entirely confined to Canada, as  they were in 1886, have been extended  10 Europe and Asia, and it is now the  pardonable boast of the company that  Canadian Pacific Railway steamships,  and Canadian Pacific Ruilway trains  make the half circuit of the globe,  there being a regular service between  Liverpool and Hong Kong, and the  distance is covered in 29^ days. The  annual earnings of a little more than  $10,000,000 twenty-one years ago have  grown more than sevenfold, and the  comparatively small battalion of employees has so increased that it now  numbers nearly 50,00.0.  Company's Operations,  The operations of the company have  broadened to include the housing and  taring for the travelling public in handsome hotels from New Brunswick to  British Columbia, as well as on pal  atial steamships and trains. It has its  own telegraph service and express  company���just as it owns its luxurious  sleeping cars. ��� It operates mines and  smelters and refineries, it has large  irrigation works in the West, it is one  of the greatest land holders in the  world, and it is one of the potent immigration agencies whose efforts to  people Canada have met with splendidly substantial results. The amazing  growth of the Canadian Pacific Railway may be indicated by a few  statis  tirs which show how the equipment  has been added lo during the past  twenty-one years:  Mileage       Locomotives       1 st and 2nd class passenger cars and colonist and baggage  cars      ...    ....  Sleepers and diners ...  Parlor and official cars  1meight and cattle cars 8,253  Conductors' vans  Boarding cars, etc.  Steamships  The number of passengers carried in  1886 was 1,899,319, and the tons of  freight were 8,046,195. The returns  for the year just closing are not available, but they will show a heavy increase over last year's, when'7,753,323  passengeis and 13,933,798 tons of  freight were carried.  1886.  4.65'  1907.  13,000  372  1,212  304  1,178  '47  214  27  8>253  178  53  39.987  7 12  71  3  1.952  56  PERUNA KEEPS THE FAMILY  IN THE BEST OF HEALTH.  This is Only One of  a Million of Homes  in Which Pe-ru-na  Has Been a Blessing.     Read This  Family's Glowing: Testimony.,  BABY  GERALD  Lowery'B Remarks.  Now is the time to sell your ice and  buy coal.  The live ad is the best medicine for  a dead business.  As a rule an athletic earthquake will  make real estate lively.  Some baseball players can seldom  catch anything hut a high  ball.  Never drink whiskey at high altitudes. It is liable to make your nose  bleed.  An automobile has one good point.  You do not have to hitch it to a post  when you step in somewhere for a few  minutes.  The great demand for labor has a  tendency to make the Chinamen independent. Something did not suit one  the other day in a Vancouver residence  and he quickly s?id to his mistress:  "Missy, Boss, I resign." Another Mongolian asked a Water street hotel man  what wages he would pay by the week.  Being told eight dollars, he indignantly  replied, "Too cheap. Get a white  man."  Perpetual results cannot accompany  occasional advertising. It is the persistent advertiser that reaps the large  results.  r        'I  --�� *>>*><* r>��^�� *r*m*rt> r>.��-r�� o-��-<"�� cx^r�� ��^��^�� r>.��^�� r>��  6  OUR COPPER CORNER J  MATTERS  ( V   .VIKRKST   TO   THOSE  COPPER   MINING  INTERESTED  INDUSTKV  IN    THE  J  ��� <* o��o c^-��^�� i>��^�� o-*<4  COPPER IN THE BOUNDARY.  Now   on  a   Production   Basis   of   4,500,000  Pounds Per Month.  The three smelters in the Boundary  district, the Granby, Dominion Copper  and British Columbia plants, are now  operating- 14-'furnaces- "and treating  6,000 tons of ore per week, says the  Boston News Bureau. The Granby  has eight furnaces, the Dominion Copper and British Columbia companies  three each.  The treatment of 6,000 tons of ore  per day would give 150,000 pounds  of copper every 24 hours or 4,500,000  lbs per month, figuring on an average  of 21; pounds copper recovered from  each ton of rock, which is about the  average of the Boundary district ores.  This would give a refined copper pro-,  duclion for the Boundary of 150,000,-  000 lbs. per annum or about 75%above  the previous highest annual production.  All of the Boundary smelters have  been put in excellent condition for  steady operation. The British Columbia is an entirely new plant, while  the Dominion Copper smelter has been  remodeled and a third furnace just installed���the largest in the district.  0-*>4* ft^��^�� c^��o o��-<ji *>���  With copper production of the  mines of the United 'Ptales, Mexico,  I and Canada less by jver seventeen  1 million pounds than that of the corresponding period of 1906.it may be  correct to assume that production for  the entire year 1907 will not show an  increase over that of last year. There  are several large properties in this  country, notably in Nevada, in course  of development, but they are not in a  position, and will not be in a position,  to add to this year's production���possibly not, to any great extent, to next  year's. These are facts likely to play  an important part in maintaining high  prices for copper.  RSHSr!?aSr:SHK5HS2SHSHS2525rl5a5a S2KSSr!rc5E5araJr��ni515Mra5a5^  HOMEMADE IG  l':;  Having installed, at large expense, the only ice making machine   in,  the Boundary, we are prepared to make   delivery  of  this  fine  product, made from PURE SPRING WATER. Also, natural ;  ice in anv quantity.  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Props.  Office and Brewery, Banner St.   . Phoenix, B.C.  L  tar*'   Drink Ph.Oera.ix Beer and have the Best.  ��� ���������������������������^���������������<  ��� ��������������������������������*���������*���������*������  "TriKsasp.SrmraszsriSrisasr^^  HIE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  ��� ��>*.����>>  Mr. Henry S. Campbell, 1737 S. Willia,ma St.,  Denver, Col., State Deputy of Modern Woodmen,  Montana,   and   Delegate   of   Builders  Trades Council, writes: "Peruna has been a  blessing in our home.   My.viXe was in poor health for  several years and nothing but Per una helped, her.   She f  gradually recovered her health and became the mother of ]' , .^  anboj which blessed our home.   We call Gerald oar Peran* boy,  tbe finest of health and his mother has nerer enjoyed such excellent health-  "I have personally found Peruna of great value to me while traveling.  (Setting Irregular meals and often poorly prepared food ruined my stomach,  bat Peruna toned up my digestive organs and brought tine health to me.  "We are never without Peruna In .our home and know by experience  that ft keeps us all in the best of health." ;'��� ;  '  iiiiiiii nutiiiiciiiii   ������������  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.  BRANCHES          rr  IN           d3  CANADA             "v  CAPITAL  $3,000,000 JO  RESERVE  $l,tOO,OOO.0(i  ESTABLISHED  1859.      ;  11 it  He is in   1   ninli  A RECENT LETTER.  A recent letter received from Mr. and  Mrs. Campbell is, as follows:  "We still use Peruna and in addition  to our son,  Gerald, who is a fat and  saucy lad of 28 months, we hare another  son, still larger for his age. He is now  ten months old and is always healthy.  "His mother says Peruna has surely  made both of_<iur children as healthy M  Peruna���  Once Used In The  Family, Becomes  a Permanent Fixture.  they are, helped, of coarse by Colorado**  healthy air.  "A bottle of Peruna is at all times a  welcome visitor to our home."  A multitude of families have discovered that Peruna is their standby.  In all tbe .catarrhal ailments -which  are likely to beset tbe various members  of the family, Pertma is the remedy that  brings quick relief.  No matter whether it be a catarrhal  condition of the head or lungs, or a .derangement of the stomach and bowela,  Peruna is j&k+aeme&y.   ROCK DRILLINu CONTESTS.  Copper Situation All Right.  Professor James Douglas   is a   man  who, as would be expected, also keeps  close "tab" on the copper situation says  the Los Angeles Mining Review.     He  is   head and front of all the Phelps-  Dodge copper interests, which include  the Copper Queen.at Bisbee, the united  . Globe and the Old Dominion at Globe,  the Detroit at Morenci, all in Arizona;  the  Montezuma   mines, at   Nacozari,  and the Sierre de Cobre, at Cananea,  both   in Mexico.     Professor  Douglas  recently returned to this country from  a trip to Europe, and when asked his  opinion   on    the   copper   situation���  present and future���unhesitatingly replied that   it   was all   right and would  stay all right.    The fact that consumers  were not at the present time actually  tumbling over each other in their haste  to get in orders was not a suprising one;  so    long   as   consumers   can    safely  and    comfortably    go     along      from  hand to mouth they will do so while  awaiting  the    unexpected to   happen,  which in theircase would be a reduction  in.present prices.    Under   that   head  Professor Douglas does not hold out  much hope to consumers for he rounds  up his opinion by saying that he looks  forward for an early return to a heavy  demand for copper.  Spokane  Interstate   Fair  Is   Offering  Prizes For Them.  Large  Copper Output Falling Oil  The production of copper in the  United States, Mexico and Canada for  last month (May), is estimated by the  Boston News Bureau to have been  98,500,000 pounds. This is a decrease of 5,300,000 pounds compared  with production in the same countries  during the corresponding month of last  year. Following are the figures for the  first five months of this year and of  1906:  Take tbe Postmaster's Word for It.  Mr. F. M.   Hamilton, postmaster at  Cherryvale, Ind., keeps also a stock of  1907 1906 general merchandise and patent   medi-  January.... 84,935,143 97,297,400 cjncS. He says: "Chamberlain's Colic,  February... 85,288,160 89,205,800 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is  March. .. .102,495,230 96,480,081 standard here in its line. "It never  April.....   96,567,700      98,044,400  fails to give satisfaction and we  could  May 98,500,000    103,8.00,000 I hardly afford to be without it."    For  Total, ..467,786,233    484,827,681 ISalc by all druggists.  The Spokane Interstate fair will give  $1,250 to two rock drilling contests.  The money will be divided as follows:  $900- for a double-hand contest, of  which.$500 is for first prize, $250 for  second, and $150 for third; $350 for a  single-hand contest, of which $250 is  for first and $100 for second.  The competition is open to all; entries will close on Sept. 23 at noon; an  entrance of $15 per man will be  charged in each contest, and $:o of  this will be returned to each man who  drills. Anyone entering and not drilling will forfeit the entire entrance fee.  Time allowed in two-hand contests will  be 15 minutes; in single-hand contests,  10 minutes. All tools must be furnished by contestants: drills for two-  hand contests to calipher y& of an  inch a bit and at point three inches  back of bit. Any weight hammer  allowed. One assistant will be allowed  to each team in two-hand contest, and  to each contestant in single-hand contest, but under no circumstances is  assistant allowed to assist in changing  drills. Contests will take place at any  time between Sept. 23 and Sept. 30 at  option of fair management, and will be  put on either day or evening.  A handsome silver trophy cup valued  at $100 will be given for the best general display of minerals exhibited by  any camp or district, variety, quality  and arrangement to be considered.  A silver trophy cup, valued at $25,  will be given to each separate district  represented, which cup will be awarded  to the mine in each camp or district  malting the best individual showing,  variety, quality and arrangement to be  considered.  Diplomas will be awarded to many  meritorious exhibits of minerals not receiving any of the above prizes.  A prize of $25 will be awarded for  the most unique cabinet display made  by any one individual.  For the best topographical map of  any district or camp a prize of $10 will  be given.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home lor students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school work.  Does high school work, confers all hieb  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students th rough  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained froin Toronto University, which the college is in  hit affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W.J. Sipperell, B.A.,B.D.,Princi.  or Rev.  Bowell. Bursar.  As  ::  *S  + S  \t  M  m  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,  ioneer Pub.  Co.,  Phoenix,.B.C.  NOTE���We have a lew Copies of the last PIONEER ANNUAL left, price   as cents  each, or a copy will be sent free to a new subscriber.  We   have   a laige stock of the  celebrated  Pabst  And can Promptly Fill all Orders  THE BEST BOTTLED BEER ON THE MARKET  Write, telephone, telegraph or call oil  Greenwood Liquor Co*  JAS. McCREATH, Proprietor.  o:ox3.oxjo:o��.oo:o.o:o:o.o��.o��.o;o;oq  P. 0. Box.56.  Phoenix Market. 'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line ol Fresh and Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in 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.  5sXs)��sXs)������e^^  Just two kinds of  soap ��� the genuine made from  the very finest vegetable oils  and (lower perfumes���and the  imitations made from chemical  perfumes and chemically  bleached animal fats,. resemble,  as much as possible :u appearance, the genuine  ����  ����  Baby's Own  Soap  Absolutely no expense is spared  to make "Baby's Own" as good  a soap as can be made, yet  it costs you no more than the  inferior imitation. 6*rj  Albert Soaps Ltd. Mlrs.,   ���    Montreal.  NOTICE.  TENDERS   for the  Sistkks" mineral  verted to Ihe Crown lor unpaid taxes  le   purchase of the   "Twin  clafm,  Lot  1432, which   re-  SEAI.ED TENDERS will be received by the  undersigned up to 4 p.m. ou Satubdav, the ��>th  day of July, 1907, for the purchase of the "Twin  Sisthks" mineral claim, I��ot M-12, situated fu  the Greenwood Mining Division, Kosslnud Assessment District, at the upset price of $61.2$.  beliiK the amount due at date of Tax Snle, with  interest at 6 per cent, together with taxes due  since the date of sale Crown Grant Vee, and cost  of Advertising.  JAMES R.  BROWN,  Asst. Commissioner of Lauds and Works,  Fairview, B.C.  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.  CANADIAN/-}  ' vpAjcioE^ Ky:  - Summer -  Excursion  Rates  EAST-  From PHOENIX, $54.65; to  WINNIPEG,  PORT ARTHUR,  ST. PAUL, DULUTH,  SIOUX CITY.  ST. LOUIS, $62.15;  CHICAGO, $66.15;  TORONTO, $80.65;  OTTAWA, $84.70;  MONTREAL,   86.15;    ST.  JOHN,   $96.15;   HALIFAX,  $103.95.  ON SALE  JULY3, 4, S, AUGUSTS, o,  w,  SEPTEMBER it, 12, / y.  First- Class  Round  90 Day Limit.  Trip,  Corresponding Reductions from all  Kootenay Points. Tickets available  for Lake Route, including Meals and  Berths on Lake Steamers. Through  rates quoted to any station, Ontario,  Quebec or Maritime provinces on  application.  J.S. Carter, D.P.A. Nelson, B. C.  Encycloypaedia Britannica 26 vols,  for sale at less than half cost. Inquire  at Pioneer office.  THE  COPPER  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, mins  Ing and metal. The investor needs  the book for the facts it gives him about  mining, mining investments and copper statistics. Hundreds of swindling  companies are exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not tound  fully satisfactory,  Horace J. Stevens  Editor and Publisher  36     POSTOFF1CE     BLOCK,     HOUGHTON,  MICHIGAN.  Dominion Ave.  Cor.Banner St.  *m& HOENIX, B. C. <��*����  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Atttention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Shire of the Public Patronage Solicited. 'PHONE 37.  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURDOCK MclNTYRE, Prop.  35   Horses,    Full    Livery   Equipment,  Have taken   over   the   Lumber   Yard  and will carry   a   full   stock.  DRY   WOOD    IN    ANY    QUANTITY  Tronipt Attention  to   orders  at any liour of day or iiIkIh.  (phone34.)        Phoenix, B. C.  t Church Services Tomorrow t  0'V^'%^--V^--^^''V��-',cV^>%^V'^%.0  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whiltaker.  St. Andrews'   Presbyterian  Church  Preaching       Service      tomorrow      at  7:30   p.  m.   Sunday school and Bible  class at io:oo a. m.   A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, l'astor.  Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  COURT OK  RK.VISION   NOTICE.  NOTICE ia hereby given, that the first sitlliii;  ot tlie Annual Court uf Kcvis-on of the Municipality of tile c'ty of Phoenix, will be held ill the  Council Chamber, City Hall, Dominion Avenue,  Phoenix, B.C., on Mo.ndav. Jl'l.v 15th, 11**7 at 1p>  o'clock, a 111., for the purpose of heating Com-  j> aints against the Assessments made by Ihe  Assepsor, and for revising ami cirrectiiip* tin-  Assessment Roll  M     SI. STKPIIKNH. I.'ily Clerfc.  Phoenix, H.C., June 7tli. n;t��7.  Catholic���Church of  Our   Lady of |  the   Good   Counsel.���Divine   Service j  every 2nd aid   4th   Sunday  month.     Holy Mass, io a.m.  of each  Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bfidard. O.M.I. Pastor  Reward Oifered.  If any one knowing anything of lib-  effects of Walter Jewsbury, lormerlx  employed in tbe mines of thi< camp,  will notify A. Jewsbury, Victoria, B.C. ,  hf: will be suitably rewarded.  ^1  Ht   -  ^ife  i',ir*J j5?V"'"''l  ' .'<'!;-��� wrt"-"'*'.',l  i '^iKfc'Kl  '4'rfS-A;��l  ip.'jMfc,,:.';;!.!  . pi; Jfe  ���::mm.,.it  ;.'-i,ta��-.A;.... .  'lira  ���tfSB-".'-;  'Jfe'f  "������t-'-ii'.'' r x f  ���if    '   |  ill    if  ^Uti  win' ^  tabs  Mi HJ<1  "<��a  P 5+CS  ft1*!   rt  ����  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  ARE   YOU   LOOKJCSO FOR  If So  "HI LLC REST  99  the new Sub-division adjoining the city of New Westminster on the North-sirJf ^m��,o ..���   ��u      i   .     j >       ���������'���" .  Westminster is situated on the North bank  ofthebeaSuF a e^river  ha   Perfect riL.n       fh      K     best ,n^est,me��t in the province of British Columbia today.    New  dustries flourish in its midst.    Saw MH* Shingle M^^^ fr��� -ery point  to   the   river     Over   fifty   in  to the Tradesman and .Workingman every cJass*of employment.    There is an ever increa" ng demand for Zp ' Cannenes' and ,n faCt every kmd of ,ndustr>'  offers  MSIL,IL���lSEgT  EA5TCRLV       MAUF     6r .   - ^_  BLMrnal  Watch Repairing  We made :i specially of this part  of our business and employ an expert workman who has had over 38  years experience in the business  and who has worked for some of  the leading firms in western U.S.A.  He devotes his entire time towards  getting out repairs promptly and  satisfactorily. We carry a large  line of watch material for all makes  ut if necessary  �����a  at uai  *V/S��  t> ��\nIk s|��In  *oao  �� s �� a s  41  ���&&L  IT �� a* a �� B  M  ��7  iSurveyed by  J.H.Brownlec  B.C Land Survpvyor.  CT Saal��.l inoh ��KJ0 feet^-  New Westminster  IS BOOMING. Real Estate  doubles in value every few  months. This is the record for  the past year.  HILLCREST  as the name suggests, lies on the  crest of a hill adjoining the  city limits; overlooks the beautiful Fraser Valley; is only one  minute's walk to either the .Vancouver or New Westminster car  line, and a five cent fare takes  you to the heart of the city, in  five minutes. This property will  surely double in value before  the end of the year.  The owners of HILLCREST  are in the city and will be  pleased to give you all required  information. Call and see them;  there's money in it for you.  E. A. BLACK,  ��! Ihe  Knob Hill Ave.  Jeweler |*  Phone No. 68.  * HOTEL    UNION s  K.C.  If  EI-IOLT,  >est  conducted   Hotel   in  The  BAR AND TABLE FIRST-CLASS  the  most   important  Boundary.  w.  .S.  railway   town   in   the  TOKNKV,   I*,,,,,.  M   W  BROOKLYN   HOTEL  The black square on the map shows you the location of Hillcrest.  PHOENIX,  <><><><^<>0<>0<>0<>-CK>g CK>0<X><><><KXX>-<>Q  A Millions Are Being Made In *  The   Coeur   d'Alene   Mines*  Carney   Copper  i       A      WINNING      PROPERTY  1  Capital 1,500,000 Shares      Par Value $1.00  * J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. G. ,  Pre.s.; W. D, Greenough, Mullan, |  Idaho, Vice Pres. and Mgr.; C. D. j  Miller, Mullan, Idaho, .Sec; Jas j  Carson, Mullan, Idaho, Superin- j  tenrlent. Mr. Carson developed ���  the Morning Mine, being in charge I  11 years. ' ' I.  The Company is developing 8 ii  claims   and 3  fractions, 4 miles |j  from Mullan, on the Northern  Pacific railroad and 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.  i fe  Under New* Management  And, like others, make big profits in'.tKe jrorld-  famous Coeur d'Alene Mining District, Idaho.  Writofor Copies of Onr Mining Engineer's Rejiort and Map. Free.  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Proper   Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy  and  well   furnished rooms. ���  Ooalaloo Avcace - -      _      . Pooeilx, B C.  IIBUY ���_.  NONPAREIL  COPPER  NOW.  4  1p  PER   SHARE  House For Sale.  Five-room   house  -for    sale,  modern conveniences.    Apply  to  J. Porter, Phoenix, B. C.  Jaqvish & Carlson  aaTatmbmrm Spohmnm Mining Exchange .  60t-B02 A, Rookory, Spokane, Wash.  In and Around Phoenix '"  When yon are feeling languid on account of the  hot weather, call on James and get a  BRIEF  TOPICS  OF   LOCAL  AND   GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  \\wmmmmwwm  First-Class  Grenadine,  PUNCH  MILK SHAKE or FRUIT LEMONADE  KING EDWARD pmokes Bensen & Il-dges  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Bank Block, I  July   roth to 14th, inclusive. '  '���:'������-"���~"r~*~:      wanrcar--"���-.-:...  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.  Do not allow this opportunity to pass unimproved. The money you invest goes  into development for your benefit.  JT.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenbt, B.C.  CH><K><>-0<>~0<K>O-rK>^ <  CIGARETTES  I handle them ,  JAMBS phone 64  idenix 3l"eani  LIMITED.  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a   position to handle the  largest or smallest orderx  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  Dry wood   in  car  lots.  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. ]. Gardner.  Woodchoppers wanted. Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Tunction.  Prescriptions carefully prepared at  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  See Miss McDonald, milliner, for  sewing machines and supplies.  For sale, dresser and washsrand, in  good order.    Apply at Pioneer office.  Sewing machines to rent at $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald, milliner.  Last Wednesday Palmer  Cook was  bruised by a fall in the raise in  the  Granby's Curlew   tunnel, but  and about the following day.  H. XV. Brumiit returned from Edmonton this week, and has located  here permanently, having opened a  piano studio over the Thomas store on  Dominion avenue.  A. S. Thornber, principal of the  public school, has tendered his resignation, and the trustees will doubtless  proceed to secure a successor in time  ibr the reopening of the school, late in  August.  A. Haig, foreman, and Hindoo No..  13, as he is known, were badly bruised,'  Tuesday by an explosion while grading  for the C. P. R. near the Granby ore  dump, a bit of powder being in the  rock.    No.   13  lost an eye, and  was  taken to Grand Forks hos]  Haig is in the local hospital  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For sale cheap, two  five-foot  show-  Apply to  cases with tables to match.    Apply to  ' E. A. Black. . ^ y  WATCHES  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 sets, in the Latest Styles.    ::    ::   ::    ::    ::  Mike Dulovich fell 90 feet into a  chute at the Mother Lode Tuesday,  and is at the Greenwood hospital in  bad shape, having internal injuries.  Friends of men who have gone from  the Boundary to Cobalt are much interested in the_ news of the miners'  strike" there this week, where the men,  to the number of 2,000, are said to be  asking a raise.of 50 cents per day,  which has not been granted.  At Monday evening's meeting for  the reorganization of the band, there  was a good attendance, some 18 names  being handed in for membership. E.  was out l P. Johns, the bandmaster, thinks, from  ! the interest displayed, that there will  shortly be a good musical organization,  one that will be a credit to the city.  The fittings in the A. 1). Morrison  jewelry store, on Knob Hill avenue,  are now about complete, making it  one of the nicest stores of the kind in  this section. Mr. Morrison takes a  good deal of pride with his stores,  which are models of their kind and  very attractive to the many customers  that patronize them in both Grand  Forks and Phoenix.  ;  Baoge far Sale.  Having   installed a range of larger  capacity, I  have  a   7-foot John Bull  eye, ana   was ! r'?ngC ior���}e- * a bargain.    In first-  hospital, while I     SS co"dltl��n. apply to  James Mar-  pital. I SHAU'' Hotel Brooklyn, Phoenix, B.C.  William Hunter Co., Limited.  Snmttiioii Aurmtr.  MINING and INVESTMENT BROKERS  DRAWER 1082. T    r,   rtTrn���r,  L. D. PHONE 310.  Subject to market fluctuation and confirmation  Having secured a first-class  baker, I am prepared to deliver  promptly the best Bread, C'akk  and Pies. Satisfaction guaranteed; trial solicited. Family and  hotel trade get special attention  'Phono A55.     W.J.PrendorgMt, Prep  XVu v n,t Buy  2000 Alberta Coal (Free)  .38  ]0 Cons. .Smelters'.       107.50  100 BiC. Copper...........      0.00  1600 Internatu rial Coal 90  3000 Tel-kwa Mines..........        offer  We Wiia Sell.  800 Alberta Coal, pooled,.. .35  100 Dominion Copper...  <j,26  4 Dominion Copper Bonds 85.00  5 Nicola Valley C. & C  1O0.00  2000 Nicola Coal Mines...... .04^  K yon wll!4mde��t pricen named pleaee Me tbe witw at out expense  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Chil  dren's Goods  If Yotf ,Watlt a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for summer.  We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf  and negligee   with   attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats    A large assortment,  just   in,   of those   new  stylish blocks, in Black and Brown,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Eoy StfitS 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' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  The WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  ii  m  m  ^^^agB!Uj-4.iMtyuri*^u��auip^jujM����up��'y.ii^i  pmmjn! lTMMw.A^M^JBtrfa-ftilUkwA.ppprtw|p��rtaAM��ArilniM JtM.i^��s^siaaA^m^^^Sr��^S^^SS^^iSSSIS!fSSl!SSl

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