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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 14, 1906

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 n  boundary Mines Pio-  iuced $17,500,000 in  value witbtn six years.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  am*^4)   '���'���������,��� .' **���������   m "��� ' i ���'���'. t'.'-Vl' .'   ': '-S',1 r"i  $ i'(\'\{}  Phoenix is the Centre^  and.,lading;  Mining  J<2ampl or Boundary.  Sk.vkntii Yhak.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY 14, .906.  No,    34.  mg^jmmmMMzmffl^mm  &3  Big  THE  Store  SHIRT WAIST SUITS  t4  \\'\' luve jusl  n' iced in slock a  ��� hipincnt of 1 lie  ve y 1 le��'(.:���> 1 things  in Sliirl W'iiist  Sun. The styles  .Hi- all n.iuy and  iIil' |i.i:iL'in:-i picas-  nj. We art: aKo  ilum'ing some  . ,-ry il.tiniy things  in wh:U: Shin  Waists with hoth  lung ami short  sleeves.  STRAW HATS.  We now ha'.c ail the new styles in Straw  Hals. Tliry are Ih-' coolest thing to wear  and 'ire always 11c: l.  SUMMER SUITS.  A two piece suiivncr suit would be very  comfortable lot ihe next few months. They  are in great demand at present run we think  we can supply all comers.  &TO��?H^  Hardware Dcpt.  Our stock of  Tabl e and  Pocket Cutlery  is now larger  1 han ever.  We give especially good  value in all  lines of Piatt d  ware.  CARPENTERS' TOOLS.  Our line of Disston Handsaws and P.ailey  Planes is very complete We have now in  stock extra handles for liailey   Planes.  BAR GOODS.  Cut  Glass Chaiiipagner''.  "     Liqueurs....  llotlom Whiskies   .  Ales.  Beers  l'lai  "      Crystal Beers  n .. i*  11 Whiskies       Cut  Plat  Stem  Sherries   "     Licpieurs   Crystal Cocktails. .  Straight  Beers   Bell Shaped  Beers  Stem Beers   Pony Beers       "     Whiskies....  Bitter Bottles. .  S.00  per (  lo/  -150  (.  l*  '���75  '*  "  2.00  "  2.50  (t  2.00  '���  2.50  "  u  4.00  "  "  5.00  "  "  1.00  4*  l'-5  ''  '*  2.00  ''  "  '���5��  "  3.00  "  1-iO  *k  1.5c  *'  "  2.0O  u  '���25  11  11  ���7S  '���S��  t-ach  orriti ^tottti^QfrvC^  rs��ri  INCREASE OF  50 PER CENT  Boundary Output So Far This  Year.  iMUM  THE     BIG:    The  Value for Six Months is  $3,000,000.  I'or the first six months of 1006,  the output of the mines of the boundary show a total of 033,526 tons,  with an estimated total valuation of  more tlun $3,000,000. I luring the  same period of 1905 tlie mines of this  section, practically the same properties,  shipped 45S, 103 Ions of ore, valued  conservatively at a little over $2,000,-  000. In the absence of definite valuations of the products from  all the mine managers, the  average per ton is placed at the low  figure of $5.  These figures show that the output  of 1906 thus far, as compared with that  of 1 905 for the same period, is an increase of nearly 50 per cent, which is  not a bad record, even for the Boundary, where things in a mining way  are, as a matter of course, on a considerable scale.  Herewith is appended a table showing the tonnage output of Boundary  mines for 1905 and 1906, by months  for the first six months v.i each year,  for purposes of comparison:  Month 1905 1906  January    ... 68,074 lo4i3/S  February  72,671 105,429  March  00,047 112,638  April     80,102 107,798  May  80,044 100,694  June  67,255 102,5S9  COMING AND GOING  Totals 458,193    633,526  Good Record For June.  The ore record for June is slightly  larger than for May, notwithstanding  thc fact that the British Columbia  Copper Co.'s smelter is out of commission, owinj to extensive enlargement in progress at the reduction  works. Granby shipped nearly 12,000  tons more in June thin ir. May, .-.ad  Dominion Copper sent out about 2,000  tons more than the previous month.  Following are   the   figures   from each  property:  Mine  Granby mines   B. C. Copper Co.:  Mother Lode. ..  Emma.   . 1  '.V  ���"��  4  528  291  Pons  7^,4  3,8  Dominion Copper Co.:  Brooklyn - Stem-  winder    Rawhide   Mountain Rose.  5��9  '4'  196  253  Providence  Skylark   Saflv   20,079  160  S5  20  H. A. Munro visited Spokane Wednesday.  F. W. Guernsey, of Trail, was a visitor in camp last Monday.  Dr. Robert Matheson is making a  several weeks' lour of the Similkameen  country.  James McGregor, of Nelson, provincial mining inspector, was here  Thursday.  Dr. J. 15. Spankie and Arthur M.  Whiteside, of Greenwood, came up  the hill on business Wednesday.  Mrs Donald J. Matheson and little  son went down to the coast last Saturday, where they will spend several  weeks.  J. C. Gillice and Roy A. Cook, of  Nelson, representing the Allis Chalmers-Bullock, Ltd., of Nelson, were  in camp Wednesday.  John W. Hannam, the dairy man,  went over to the Lardeau this week to  secure a number of cows, the demand  for his lacteal fluid making this necessary  Archie F. Berry, formerly secretary  of Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8, but  now employed at the Josie mine, Rossland, spent se\eral days in camp this  week.  O. B. Smith, Jr., superintendent of  the Granby mines, returned from a  trip to Massachusetts Monday, bringing Mrs. Smith and daughter, who  spent the winter with her mother, near  Springfield, Mass.  Frank, Andy and John Keefe, employed by the Boyles Brothers on the  diamond drills at the Granby mines,  left this week on a trip to Sherbrooke,  Que., by way of Iowa, where they  have friends.  W. C. Thomas, superintendent of  the Dominion Copper Co.'s Boundary  Falls smelter, made a trip to Franklin  camp this week, and made examinations of the Franklin, Maple Leaf and  other well known claims.  Chief Engineer Kennedy, of the  V., V. & E., accompanied by Engineer  Hastie, of the Spokane Falls & Northern, tramped over the hills around  I'hoenix one day t'uis week, but as  usual, had-little to say about the object  of the tramp. Mr. Kennedy does not  do this sort of thing for pure fun,  however.  L. A. Campbell, manager of the  West Kootenay Power and Light Co.,  came in Wednesday evening. Electricians are now installing some of the  machinery in the large sub-station of  the company here, and the work of  surveying and building the short lines  to Summit and, Deadwood camps is  under way, with another to run to the  Boundary Fallsstnelter.  PYTHIANS HAD  BIG INDUCTION  Three   Lodges   Install  Officers.  New  Boundary Mining Notes  Was  Held at  Greenwood on  Wednesday.  June total     102,589  Sued tor Professional Services.  Wednesday evening the case of Dr.  Gordon vs. Thomas Iluk, for professional services, came up in the small  debts court. Iluk was employed at  the Brooklyn mine, and was slightly  hurt in March. He was examined  and the presence of a fatty tumor discovered. Iluk agreed, according to  the testimony of a witness, John M.  Beattie, to pay the regular fees for the  operation, which was successfully per  formed, and which did not come under  the $1 per month medical fee paid by  each miner. Failing to make payment,  he was sued for $75, the fees paid to  assistants in the operation, anil his  wages garnished. Both Dr. Boucher,  and Dr. Spankie testified that the  tumor was undoubtedly one ot long  standing, and judge Williams gave  judgment for plaintiff. It is understood that the case will be appealed.  Iluk is a foreigner, speak-; English  poorly, and for some reason was not  represented at the trial by counsel.  Death ol Willis Hudson.  Clifford Willis Hudson died Tuesday morning in Spokane, lrom blood  poisoning, brought on by overheating  before going in swimming. He would  have been 18 years of age in September. The family lived here several  vears, aud have the sincere sympathy  of Phoenix friends in their bereavement. J. H. Hudson, the father, of  the Granby mines, anil J. S. Hudson,  employed in the Pioneer office, went  to Spokane Monday, being notified of  the serious condition of the young  man, arriving before he passed away.  The funeral was held Wednesday at  Greenwood cemetery, near Spokane.  Rosslaiid's   Celebration.  Next Monday and Tuesday Ross  land Miners' Union and citizens gen  erally will celebrate the eleventh anni  wisary of the founding of the organ  i/.ation, and special vales have been  granted on both railways. A good  programme of sports has been prepaied  and the Greenwood band will be in  attendance. (Juite a number will  doubtless go over there from the Boundary country.  MEADOW LARK  AT $20,000  Phoenix Syndicate To Operate Property.  Adjoins the Well Known Skylark Mine.  This week the papers were finally  signed in a deal by which the Meadow-  Lark claim, in the high grade belt, is  taken on an eighteen months bond by  Dalby B. Morkill. of Phoenix, for a  syndicate which is now about complete. The figure named in the bond  is $20,000, tlie first payment of $3.-  000 10 be made in live months, the  vendors being Win G. Mc.Mynn, Daniel |. Sullivan and John J. Caullield,  of Greenwood: N'els [. Laplaut, of  Marcus, Wash., and James McNicol,  of Vancouver.  Mr. Morkill has formed the Meidow  Lark Mining and Development Syndicate, including besides hiimself, G. W.  Rumberger, W. J. Porter, W. J. Mc.Mynn. J. J. Caullield and others. It is  the intention of the syndicate to be-  L;in work on the claim at once, spend  ing several hundred dollars each  month in development, and it. is confidently believed that in a short time,  comparitively. the property can be  placed on a shipping basis. The headquarters of the syndicate will be in  Phoenix.  In location the Meadow Lark has  everything in its lavor, adjoining the  Skylark claim in Skylark camp. The  latter has proved to be one of the best  high grade p'/opeities in ihe Boundary,  and is today looking belter than at any  time since the present company took  hold of it, not two years ago.  It is a steady shipper and is more  than paying its was as it goes. It is  believed that the Meadow Lark has  the Skylark lead, in fact, ore having  been found within do feet of the Meadow Lark side line. There would seem  to tie every chance of making a profitable mine ol the Meadow  I,ark.  Wednesday evening there were more  Knights of Pythias gathered together  in Greenwood than ever before in the  history of that place, it being the occasion of tbe installation ceremonies  for tbe officers for three lodges, those  at Greenwood, Midway and I'hoenix.  Alter the opening by A. F. Thomas,  the retiring chancellor commander of  Greenwood lodge, and the exchanging  of fraternal greetings, the installing  officers, consisting of Grand Chancellor Wm. Irvine, of Nelson, acting  grand vice chancellor, Wiri. Brown,  of Phoenix, and Chas. Dunn, of Green  wood, proceeded with the work of  induction.   The officers installed were:  r.REKNWOOD   NO. 29  C. C, Martin Anderson.  V. C, Frank Steele.  P., Al.   Morrison.  M. of W., W. M. Rowe.  K   R. S., A. D. Hallett.  M. of 1C, K. C. B. Frith.  M.ofA., Fred Hoar.  I. G., Wm. Thompson.  C. G.. A. F. Thomas.  MIDWAY   NO.  36.  C. C, Ed. A. Allen.  V. C, C. E. Melville.  P., Foyle Smith  M. of W., J. C. Luscombe.  K. R. S., II. R. Stevenson.  M. of F., H. Eldridge.  M. of E., S. A. Crowell.  M. of A., E. Bunting.  I. G , Fred Hilbert.  0. G., P. Heilschmer.  PHOKNIX NO.   2S  C. C, E J. Smith.  V. C, A. Kobloth.  P., Wm.  Searle.  M. of \V., Ii. Ii Jackson.  K. R. S., G. L. Elkins.  M. of F., J. A. Morrin.  M. of E., 1. N. Campbell.  M. of A , G. M. Pratt.  1. G., D. A. McLeod.  O. G., Jas. Peacock.  Followiug the installation ceremonies an address was given by grand  chancellor and a number of speeches  made by several members of tlie order,  the evening concluding with refreshments served by the Greenwood  lodge. The visitors say they were  royally treated by the Greenwood  lodge. It was hoped to have the  officers of the Grand Forks lodge  there also for induction, but for some  reason they were unable to come.  ODD FELLOWSi~  HAD INSTALLATION  Two Lodges'Did It at Grand  Forks.  Thursday evening several loads of  local Odd Fellows went to Grand  Fords where a double installation of  the Grand Forks and Phoenix lodges  took place, the installing officer being  Walter S. Cook, of Phoenix. The  following officers were inducted to office on that occasion :  GATEWAY   I.ODi'.K NO.   45,  I'.KANl) FORKS  N. G., David  Whiteside.  V. G., George Chappie.  Rec. Sec Frank Rowan.  Per. Sec, A. L. Clements.  Warden, Walter Haddon.  Treas., Richard Frache.  Conductor, Donald McCallum.  SNOWSTtoE I.Ol 11'.I-". NO. 46,   I'HOI-.NIX.  X. G., Richard Silverthorne.  V. G., John   Mclver.  Rec. -Sec, George 11. Mead.  Per  Sec, Waller S. Cook.  Treasurer,   Thomas Johnson.  Warden, I Livid Speare.  Conductor, William S.arle.  After thc ceremony,  addresses were  made, and refresinents served.  Death ol M. W. McKenzie.  Thursday    morning    Murdock  W.  McKenzie died of pneumonia at the  Phoenix General Hospital, after an illness of but eight days. The funeral  will he held from the residence of his  brother, D. W. McKenzie. Granby  place, Sunday afternoon, at 1 '.30, Rev.  Samuel Lundie officiating.  The late Mr. McKenzie was employed at tbe Rawhide I'nine wht.-n  taken down with a slight cold, which  developed and the physician ordered  him to the hospital last Saturday.  Everything possible was done for him  but he passeil away day before yesterday. Deceased was $2 years ot age,  and a native of Richmond county.  (Quebec. He came here abcut a year  and a halt ago, and accepted employ  nient at the Granby minis, alierward-  going to the Rawhide. He lived two  or three years in California before coming to Phoenix. The family have the  deep sympathy of many friends. Deceased was a member of tne Miners'  Union.  The owners of the Skylark expect to  get out about three cars of ore this  month  At the Biritsh Columbia Copper  Co.'s smelter the new machine shop is  now being used.  President Miller, of the Dominion  Copper Co., Ltd , is expected to visit  the companiy's properties here shortly.  At the 315 foot level of the lilkhorn  mine, where the shaft is being sunk,  excellent values have been encountered.  According to a Boston report the  Granby directors, at the August meeting expect to declare another dividend,  payable in September.  The pumping out of the Crescent  mine has been completed, and timbering is being done preparatory to active  development. W. H. Jeffery, M. E.,  is in charge with 15 men.  This week E. J. Wilson, representing the owners of the Grayhound, in  Deadwood camp, was arranging for a  bond on the properly with the repre  sentatives of New York capitalists.  On Wednesday an important ore  strike was made in the workings of the  Strathmore mine, near Greenwood, a  vein of high grade silver being broken  into, greatly pleasing the management  of the property.  A depth of 475 feet has been reached in the sinking of the main shaft at  the Mother Lode mine, and some ore  is being shipped each week and stored  at the smelter. About 125 men are  now on the mine  force.  Contractor McArthur has completed  the work of hauling the machinery,  which was loaded at the Sunset mine,  from the C. P. R, station in Phoenix  to the Dominion Copper Go's. Idaho  mine, where it is being installed.  An official of the Dominion Copper  Co. says that the National Trust company of Toronto is receiving satisfactory returns from stockholders' subscriptions. He adds that all but a few-  hundred thousand of the $1 shares  have been exchanged for the $10  stock.  A force of some thirty men is now-  employed at the Granby's Gold Drop  mine, the daily shipments being about  250 tons. More ore bins are being  erected at this property, and later it is  likely that another huge ore crusher���  the fourth for the Granby���will be installed at this outlet.  The credit for sharpening the steel  for the winning team in last week's local Dominion Day rock drilling contest  went to W. J. Pierce, one of the best  men in this line in the employ of  the Granby Consolidated. Morton's  English steel was used, for which E.  G Prior &: Co., of Victoria, are the  provincial agents.  WILL START  UP JULY 23  So Says   Manager   Biesel, of  Snowshoe.  ! W. S.  Macy to Have Board-  I ing House.  Latest Prices in Metals.  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $18.-  -'���s@*18.75; hike. $18.75f<i $19.00  Bar Silver.   (55 ^  Le��d . $5.75 to *5 SO.  Charles   Biesel,    of   Rossland,   ihe  new manager of the   Snowshoe   mine,  was a visitor   in camp  again early this  week, and made the necessary arrange,  merits to reopen the   property and begin active work  thereon.    It is the intention to  have   work starled   at   the  Snowshoe   on or about   a   week   from  next Monday, July 23. and Mr. Biesel  will be here, himself to look after matters  generally.     While   he   was  here  Tuesday he saw W. S. Macy, of W. S.  Macy & Co., Ltd., and Mr. Macy will  1 open the Snowshoe boarding house on  ! the 23d   inst., and   have  charge  of it  j from that time   forward.    This makes  , four mine   boarding houses controlled  j by Mr.  Macy's concern, the others be-  | ing  the  Granby,  Skylark   and  Path-  j finder.  I Just how many men will be employ-  j ed at the Snowshoe is not now known,  j but the force will probably approxi-  j mate 50 or more when things are in  1 running order. When it was operated  I last by the Snowshoe Gold & Copper  1 Mines,   Ltd.,   there   were   from 75 to  100 men employed.  ,      Mr.    Biesel   went   to   Spokane   this  week,   after   being   in   Phoenix.     He  1 did not know yet just where the Snow-  shoe   ore  product would be disposed  I of.    Some of it is likely to be shipped  to Trail    smelter,   owned   by the new  Snowshoe   owners,   the    Consolidated  Mining and Smelting   Co., of Canada,  Ltd., and some of it may go to a Boundary smelter.  The Rossland Miner of last Tuesday, had the following appreciative of  Mr.   Biesel:  "Charles Biesel, who for a year past  has been the chief accountant and  purchasing agent of the Centre Star  and War Eagle mines, left yesterday  for Phoenix for the purpose of taking  charge of the Snowshoe mine there.  The Snowshoe was lately acquired by  the Consolidated Mining and Smelting  Company, and Mr. Biesel has been  placed in charge of its operations. Mr.  Biesel is a graduate of the mining department of a German university, has  liad a great deal of practical mining experience, is an able man and should  make a success of the Snowshoe.  Duiing Mr. Biesel's residence in this  city he has made numerous friends  who will rejoice to learn that he has  been advanced to a more lucrative position. All of Rossland will join in  wishing him the greatest possible success and commend him to the good  graces of the people of Phoenix, for,  he is, indeed, a jolly good fellow.''  *a^p<a>-t*&+**p&a*A**!��&&a^B>f&a>ia^^  ? BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS. J  S' A M K 0 F CO M VX N V.  AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL.  -Z Cariboo-McKinney���KoUl ; $ 1,250,000  2 liranbv Consolidated��� copper i    15,000...-o  '�� Providence-���stver I 200.000  S :AltF.S.  DIVIPKNDS  Issued     ; Par:  Paid  1906  1,750.000      $1   \   1,^50,000   l$ICO;fS10 OOO  40,000 i $5 ;....,   Total  to  Date  Latest  Date  Ain't  Per  Share  $5.16,837   Kel>. 1904 I       .o��  943,630. May, 19061    3.00  22,224   Oct.. 1904 i       .10  '���astf****'**5*;******;**^^^*^;*^ m�� -#����<�� :<r******>*��**^��4:��**4-��;��*  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Die (ullmvuiK taMe gives tlie  ore shipments   ot   llouiularv   mine*   tor  1000,  isioi. fur 1903, for  IQ04. for 1905. ami 1 ���>'>���>, as repn led  to the Hhoemx Pioneer ���  1901          1^02        1903          t<*>4          i*>5  331,762    3'j^,S5S    393,71a    5W-703    05,1 .isyj  ;  1,731       1 woo      71. in        99,034    U'.i-Jn    UV��~9    i7-t.-i9*    '74..S07  Mink.                   Camp.  1900  C��ranhy Mines ...Phoenix  64.563  Snowshoe I'hoenix  297  B   C. t.'opper Co.  Mother L,o*le l)ea*.iwoo��l  f��.3-t��  Bonnie  Belle t)cail\vooil  Dominion C<��ppci Co,  Uroukl vii-Stem wmh.. ['hoc nix  Kawhule Phoenix  Sun -it-1 Dead wot hi  Mountain Ko-f Siinmitt  Athelstan Jackpot.. Weil until.  1.200  Morrison  Deadwood  19.494  Jti.\   i 4. 06 ,  for   o.tM. 1. r X  I'aM    ��  lwo6      Wei-k ^  jt.yj    i;*|o a    i  SO 2  550  .155      15.731  t.759  4 ,5*v(!j  J.S.IOS  V>50  4,747  .-enator   Brey l'otfle   No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur King  Winnipeg   Golden Crown  King Solomon  Ltig Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paiis....  Jewel   Carnii   Sally   Katnbler     Butcher Boy   Providence   Klkhurn   Strathrnote ....  Preston   Prince Henrv .  Skylaik "....  Last Chance....  U. T. U. Mine..  Ihty   Mavis      Don Pedro   Ciesctiit   Helen    Ktihy   Republic   Miscellaneous.   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit   Wellington   Wellington   W. Copper  .... W. Copper   Central   White's   I��oiik Luke   West Vork   West l-'ork   West V'oik  .West  Fork   Providence    Providence   Providence   Skvlark   Skvlark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylaik   (Ireenwoocl  Boundary Hulls  Boundary Kails  1.070  1.04c  2,250  bo.S  2,00c  too  3S'    .",.040  150     isst      47,40.^      tl.Sn       W.305.          <.rio        050       a.530      J2.9J7 ilrf-o          "5.5JT 16,400              jt>3 3,450               ill    304  :*s      '.435       "*s      9.1S5  J.'��7  1 .SA5  .V!  150  -074  6,4.4  .,'...,���    ���   ���  -t  ::::::��� ���   ���  1 ,<<yo  ,->90  99.S  400  b'  300  Mi  =-35  J55  7J  ���  Total, tons   Smelter treatment���  limn by Co....   R. C. Copper Co....   Dominion Copper Co    Total reduced...  DJ.3&7    j3o,Sj&  ...... .      117.011  0,0,419 ��.'���>,M>rt 9.'��'v.>4> K>; ,-v-ny .'1 , V'O  iul.921 ?i-,U,J.S-' t>>7..*->.���> .;',.S,v",*i K>,t_'   ���<  IO." 413 210,4^4 il'VUo ��*,"; + )      t  13^.570 jo.gjo    M,uj4 I:1'..', a 4.;.-o  'T'' I  m  -.    M  '?: ��������� 1  OJ-J��9    34-VU9   46o.+��o    607.4.U    ���',J7,tA'    9"1.s77  '���;,-'49   ��',or��. THB PHOENTX PIONEER  11  r  Li  ���  I *r,  i  i  ft  mi  Ah  1>m  ?1  i  ,1/ '*  i km  .if  ul  I mi  MM  ft  riU.  MM  m  m  M  5 Vs.  'jf  i %  If  11  Ik?  SIS  # 1  oil     ! i  i*i>  ���"���,4  ,(*���  8tA��f  # ft  ���to* IIP  mi  iliPhf  & ^ ��  ii  ���������^"���������^ ������������*������������������ ��������������������� ��  ���-  FRANKLIN   TQWN5ITE   COMPANY,    LTD.  LOTS NOW ON THE   MARKET  I   PRICES RANGE PROM $65.00 TO $135.00  TERMS : One-third down, balance in ^0NDrH1s  ���  ���  1  I      This town is beautifully situated, 42 miles from Grand Forks, on the banks of the North Fork of Kettle River, and is surrounded on all stdes by the largest and nchest ���  ��� Copper showings in British Columbia: namely, The McKinley, Gloucester, Banner, Jumbo, Maple Leaf, M. S., Victoria and many others.  f       The townsite streets are cleared.   The Government Wagonroad has just reached the town.   The Kettle Valley road is now rushing construction to tms camp  i  The t  ��� The townsite streets are cleared.   Tlie Government wagouruau xaao juo. *<,��*,*��,��. ������� .,�������    *~�� ���     ^     ~ f  * Great Northern surveyors are in the field and it is definitely announced that sixteen miles of the road will be built this summer. ���  a . FOR FULL INFORMATION, ADDRESS \  i       A large hotel and store buildings are now in course of erection.   A water works            ^   ERSK,NE SfUTH  &   CO., G^nd   Forks, B.C. |  ^^^������^ ������������ ��>^^<l^ ���������"^������-^ �����"����� 0<K><K>^^* ��������������������� ^.^ ^  J       A large hotel and store buildings are now in course ui oioow^.   ^ w��u0*   ���^~~  ��� system is being installed.    From one to two through stages leave Grand Forks daily.  It is an incomplete .grocery  indeed, that has not a good  supply of our old favorite drink,  ^aaaaawamaaaweawawaaaaaaaaaav aa^waaWaawaaaWaaamaaaaaWaamXWaaWaaaaaww  TEA, on hand.  take off still another,   the whole of 'it'  remains.    If you take off another it is  Takes Whll e Bear at $50,000.  A dispatch from Grand Forks states  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  IS9UKD OK SATOKDAVS BY THK  PrONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOENIX. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  r-i.���!,������-. I Business office No. 14.  Telephones j Mat,aKer's residence. No. 15.  80B8CB.IPTIONS IW   ADVANCE.  Per Year   Six Months...   JJ.00    '.��5  Ifyou ��re not asubscr ber to thla  paper, this  an invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising; rates lurniabeo on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  ��� Jvert-slni,  1906       JULY.  1906  Siin. Men. Tuei.  Wed.  Thu  Fr,  Sit.  1        2     3  4  5  6  7  8      9  10  11  12  *3  14  15    16  17  18  19  20  21  22    23 24  25  26  *7  28  29    30 31  For several weeks the people of the  west generally were wishing the wet  weather would let up. Finally it did  change, and last week it daily grew  perceptibly warmer, even in Phoenix,  the coolest place in the Boundary.  Each day after that it seemed to grow  a little hotter, though rain threatened  to cool things off the latter part of the  week. While residents of Phoenix  thought it a trifle warm when the mercury reached 85 to 90 degrees, they  can imagine the feelings of residents  of Grand Forks, Midway, Cascade and  Greenwood at 100 to 104 degrees in  the shade, Spokane showing about the  same, Portland, Ore., 105 degrees,  and some Oregon towns as high as  114. '1 he climate of Phoenix has its  advantages.  The Dominion postoffice authorities are beginning to sit up and take  notice of the miserable mail facilities |  between Phoenix and Greenwood, as  well they might. They are now keeping tab - on the amount of mail matter  sent between the two cities, and it is  to be earnestly hoped that it will result in a contraet being speedily let for  the handling of the mail by stage, so  that prompt daily service may be enjoyed. Another thing is that it is not  the quantity of mail that should cut  any figure in letting the  contract.    A  It is understood that Angus K. Stuart will handle a number of the Seymour Arm copper claims, better  known as ihe Cotton Belt group, which  have been attracting considerable attention during the last year or two.  There are now some 38 claims in the  district and the owners have succeeded in getting government aid to build  a wagon road to that section. Mr.  Stuart was a resident of the Boundary  eight or ten years ago, and was well  known here. Among other distinctions, he enjoys that of having been  the first subscriber to the Phoenix Pioneer, when it was launched, going on  seven years ago.  to show that if you want to get rid of  habit you must throw it off altogether."  Result���He won it.  not totally used up, all of which goes that papers were signed for the bonding of the well known White Bear  group of claims in Franklin camp to  E. A. Colquhoun of London, England,  who will pay $50,000 for the claims.  By the terms of the bond development work will be carried on continu  ously and payments made at stated intervals during the life of the bond,  which is rS months. This group consists of five claims called the White  Bear, Black Bear, Big Cub, Little Cub  and Lucky Jack. They are copper  properties and are owned by G. M.  Fnpp, H. C. Kertnan and half a dozen other Grand Forks citizens. The  bonding of this group by an English  company is regarded as the forerunner  of more English money being invested  in Franklin camp this year.  Ore shipments from Rossland mines  last week were 5,098 tons, making  1 73,239 tons for the year to date.  Last week mines of Yale and Kootenay shipped 20,031 tons of ore, making a total of 871,742 tons thus far  this year.  Le Roi No. 2 has declared a dividend of a shilling a share and proposes tc pay a similar dividend quarterly.  The foundations for the new Heber-  lein roaster at the Hall Mines smelter  have been completed and men are at  work making excavations near the car  tracks for other additions to the plant.  Seventy dollar ore is now being  shipped from the Iron Mask mine near  Kamloops. It is so rich that concentrating is not required, and the concentrator has been closed for the present.  A record output was made by the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. in the  month of June, the coal output having  been 91,325 tons. In the same month  21,000 tons_ of coke were manufactured.  William Yolen Williams has been  making an examination of the' California mine and other properties in Rossland camp, it is said with a view to reopening the properties and putting  them on a shipping basis. Mr. Williams had charge of the California in  early days, it being owned by what  was known as the Miner-Graves syndicate.  James H. Hawthornthwaite, socialist member in the legislature from Na-  naimo, will speak at the Rossland  Miners' Union anniversary celebration  on July 16th, after which he will speak  in the Boundary at Grand Forks,  Greenwood and Phoenix.  Nelson's regatta, for which extensive  preparations have been made, occurs  July 27th and 28th.  There is a vein of quaint humor in  the composition of Olivia Dahl, the  great Norwegian singer whom Manager  C. H. Gibbons is to send through the  interior towns of B. C, including  Phoenix, this summer. She even is  able to give a new touch to the time-  worn jest of the slow railway train. It  was on the Esquimalt & Nanaimo division of the Canadian Pacific,   which  connects   Nanaimo,    the  coal-mining  dozen letters  daily might be more 1.-11- centre of Vancouver Island, with Vic-  portant to the business men concerned  than in other places where a dozen  sacks are handled. In the meantime,  we will have to get along with a letter  requiring two whole days, under favorable circumstances, to go between two  places of say 1500 population each,  only five miles apart, and having railway connection.  How long will it last?  P. F. Roosa, paymaster for the Dominion Copper Co-, was here this  week, distributing the monthly cheques  to the employees of the company in  this camp, a welcome visitor, by the  way. Asked as to how the company  liked the present mail service between  Phoenix and Boundary Falls, he said  that it was all that it should not be.  "Why," said he, "do you know that it  actually takes four to five days for  mail to make the round trip between  Phoenix and Boundary Falls, places  that are only eight or nine miles apart,  and connected by a railway on which  passenger trains are operated every  week day ? That is the case, anyway*  and it makes it most inconvenient for  us in the transaction of important  business between our offices in the  two towns. It is simply fierce, and  the sooner it is changed the better for  trade conditions generally."  toria, the provincial capital. The  train was in a hurry and running fully  fifteen miles an hour to make up lost  time. Miss Dahl also was in a hurry  and even this terrific speed failed to  satisfy her. She proved to herself that  the train was actually moving by  watching the progress of the shadow  of one of the telegraph poles on the  plush-cushioned seat opposite her.  Then she hailed the conductor.  "Conductor", she queried with a  smile, "will you tell me what motive  power you use on this line?"  "Why steam, Ma'am," replied the  man of blue and buttons, "did you  think this was an electric road ?"  "No", was the prompt response, the  smile still lingering, "but then \  thought someone might have made a  mistake and coupled on to a  glacier".  A schoolmaster once said to his pu  pils, To the boy who would make the  best piece: of composition in five minutes on "How to Overcome Habit/'  ihe would give a prize. When the five  minutes had expired a lad of nine  years stood up and said: "Well, sir,  habit is hard to overcome. If you  take off the first lettei it doe:s not  change 'abit.' Ifyou take off another  letter you still have a 'bit' left.   If you  baved His Comrade'* Life.  "While returning from Grand Army  Encampment at Washington City, a  comrade at Elgin, 111., was taken with  cholera morbus and was in a critical  condition," says Mr. J. E. Houghland,  of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy and believe saved his life. I  have been engaged for ten years in immigration work and conducted many  parties to the south and west. I always carry this remedy, and have used  it on several occasions." Sold by all  druggists.  HE DUG.  He wanted a job and, likeevery one else,  He wanted a good one, you know ;  Wlieie his clothes would not soil and hia  hands would keep clean,  And the'salary mnsn't be low.  He asked  for a pen but they gave him  a spade,  And he half turned away with  a shrug,  But he altered his mind, and, seizing  the spade���  he dug.  He worked with a will that is  bound to  succeed,  And  the months and the years went  along.  The way it was rough and tfie labor was  hard,  But hia  heart he  kept  tilled  with a  song.  Some jeered him and  sneered  at  the  task, but he plugged  Just as hard as he ever could plug;  Their words never seemed to   djstnrb  him a bit���  as he dag.  The day came at last when they called  for a spade  And gave him a pen in its place.  The joy of achievement was sweet to his  taste  And victory shone in hia face.  We can't always get what we hope for  at first,  Success cuts many queer jigs,  But  one   thing   is   sure,   a  man   will  succeed���  if he digs.  By L. E. Thayer.  s@t^��viOS��sftxi!��A^<AiA^^ I. II. IIALLLTT  P. 0.  Box 56.  Phoenix Market. 'Phone ,2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants,  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meals.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All     Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Uakuisi v.v., Soi.icitok,  N'OTAKV   K,  I'lil.li  ,\   <lns* ; II.U.r.KTT.  ( lli-ilftilil M'.N'i- l'<  Coilc-s \ Mi>'r|iiK N.- Nail's  ( I., il.u  (ireaiwaod, II. C  liTUCK    COLLINS.  SHAVING PARLORS  R.  Boaudary Cujtoras Receipts.  R.   Gilpin,   customs   officer   at  Grand Forks, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts at  the various sub-customs offices, as re  ported to the chief office for the month  of June:  Greenwood $2,754.29  Midway    2,321.27  Phoenix     2,112.58  Grand Forks    2,090.04  Osoyoos        382.66  Sidley       222.00  Carson        110.09  Cascade  S6.06  Keremeos  1 70  Total $10,080.69  Cheap Rates East.  The Great Northern will sell excursion tickets to the East good for 90  days return as follows: To Detroit  and return $79.10, Buffalo $90.60,  Pittsburg $87.60, New York $102.60,  Toronto $91.40, Montreal $ro2.60, Ottawa $102.60, Quebec $109.60 Monc-  ton $r20.6o St. John N. B. $120.60,  Halifax N. S. $129.60, Boston $103.-  60, Indianapolis $76.60, Cincinnati  $82.60, Louisville $82.60, Cleveland  $83.60.  Tickets will be sold   August 7, 8 &  9th and September 8 and 10th.  M. M. Stephens,  Agent  Old Cbroole  Sores.  As a dressing for old chronic sores,  there is nothing so 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  sore nipples Chamberlain's Salve has  no superior.    For sale by J. B. Boyle.  Tbe Plkey Printer.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midwnv,   Klioltiind   all   the  utliei  principle Cities and Towns in 15.C, Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters: Headquarters for Homidnry:  NELSOX,  B.C. GKUKNWOOl). H.C  ��;j and HATH ROOM.  @ i Hotel Hnlmorul ..  (���;{ Car. l'lrslMc Knol> Hill Ave     ' HOKNIX, H. l_\  >������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Phoenix-  \U  Gteenwood ^L**��;��   LlllC ���  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. 111  '..30 p. m  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. K. und A. M.  KcKlilai cotniii 11 ntcntloii S j��. in       s,-%  oiul 'riiuisdiiy of ench mouth.  \'-,  'A    HmerReiii meetinn>c nsciillr<l;M��,..m,<-  V/    \        Hull, Mcllnlr Ulock.  U. II.MOHKII.I., K. It.   IlorClll'.K, M.D.,  Sivrt-latv. W.Al.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSIIOK I.OIKIK N(i.,r.  H.. II.  - Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S- McCAGUE, Proprietor.  ���  ���  ���  ���  ��� !  ��� <; Control nn<l  Umpire ass;t\ in^ n si>rci;0ty  Meets every Mondny Kvciiing   at Minrr  Vieliiittf hrethrcu cordlnlly hiv"e<l.  Chas. McCagne, N. *i.  Uko. K.Mkad. Kcc.Sec'y.  Marcus Martin, J'trr. Kin. Hcc)  HARRY   HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAVER.  j pk-s rt-vt-lveil   by  ni.nl  or cxj.ir.-^ ..   -.,  m^f ���������������>���>* ' ��"<l returns mailc next il.iy. i'i,ii,-|,i.!f  I solicited,    Ore .'.llipiKrls i��i;clit.  Gfi-etf  BEGINNING FEB. 15, t0o6.  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPERS  EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR BETWEEN  SEATTLE and CHICAGO  via the  Great   Northern   Railway  "The Comfortable Way"  Route of the famous Oriental Limited  For detailed information apply to  M. M. Stephens, Agent,    or S.G.Ykrkks, A.G.P.A.  Phoenix, B. C. Seattle, Wash.  UKKKNWOOIi.  H. ('..  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Time Inured rfirS.  F. & N  (lll^li Cl:i-.s floods  always  ill Stock J  Grand Fo'ks. fi. C.  OREGON  Shoi^t Line  Tramping printer came to town,  (Said hia name was lkey),  Put him on an eight-point case,  Asked if we had "Pikey."  Up in Bumville, where I worked,  (Speaking now is lkey),  Set ten columns every day,   "  All in good old Pikey.  Pikey is the type I set,  (Quoth the tramping lkey)  Locals, ans and gen'ra\ news,  Alb went up in Pikey.  When I die, as die I must,  (Mournfully speaks lkey)  Set iny obit, up in type  That justifies with Pikey.  When you put ray tombstone up  (Hopefully talks lkey),  Grave on it in ;etters deep,  Grave in twelve-line Pikey:  Neath this sod a tramp print lies,  (Epitaph for lkey),  Wasn't much in eight-point type,  But simply hell on Pikey.  ���Inland Printer.  2L.  banking business entrusted to our keeping  receives the most careful attention.  EASTERN   TOWNSHIPS   BANK  HEAD    OFFICE:  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  CAPITAL,  RESERVE.  Vifty-Thre ' Branches in Canada.  Correspondents in nil parts of the World.  S3,000,000     I     Wm. Farwei-l, President.  Si,600,OOO     I     Jas. MacKinnon, Gen'l Mgr.  Savings  Department.  J  A. B. HOOD, Manager  Phoenix Branch.  and Union Pacific  ON'I.V  LINK   KAST   Via  Salt  Lake and  Denver.  Two Trains   Dam.v.  Stciiiiifhip tickets to Kurnp'  foreign countries!.  ml ulliei  Leaves  Daily  Spokane Time Schedule.  Klftclivc Nov.  21 !<>< j  Arr-.v...-  Oailv  ?.*Sn.ni. VAST MAIL���Ti. and from  Or-iii <!'Alene district, Xnrln-  lliKlim Carfield i olfax Pull,  man, ���MoKinr, *l'olneroy,  WiiUsImiik-, Dayton, W alia  Walla, Pen I etrm, (taker City  and all points I\asl  .S 1,0  \:y< p. in. l-t.XPKUSS���1-01 l-'armliigtoii  Garfield, Colfax, Pullman  Moscow, Lew is ton, Portland  San Hrnncisco, Maker (Jity  ami all points KAST.  HXI'KHSS��� From all points  Knst, Hater City, San Frnn-  cisco, Portland. Collax, Garfield and !-'armiii|;tnii n.^oa in  ���Kxcept Sunday.  SIIOKT LINK TO CALIFORNIA.  .Sim iMniicisco-I'Mi-tlimil Route.  Steamers sail from Alnswortll clocx,   Portland  atS p. 111. and from Spear Street wliarr, SanVran  Cisco, at 10 a. in. every five days.  1'or  fm'tlier infoi niation   as  to rates    time  trains, equipment, etc.. address  GEO. J.  MOIH.KK.Geiieral Agent,  Uivcrsidc Ave.. Spokane. Wash  NOTICE.  Tknpbbs fob the Purchase ok a Mineral Claim which has Reverted  to the Government for Unpaid  Taxes.  SEALED TENDERS for the purchase of the  "Quien Sabe" mineral claim, Lot 1^67, situated  in the Rossland Assessment District, will be received by the undershjned up to 4 p. m. on Tues-  esday, the 31st day ofj'tlv, 1906.  No tender will be entertained for less than  the upset price, viz : $51.50  Falrview, B. C, July sth, ico6.  C. A. R. LAMBLY,  Assistant Commissioner Land.* and Works.  c  i,��k>i    \'f:.','.;-ift yv'f'.''W"n_r-ife;.  xJROi")  ��  :/&  ���  Phoenix Livery Stable  B.   JL   McDonald,    Prop.  FvPrvthlfKr New carriages   and  other  rigs  Z. & l"vW   HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  ������-���-1���-"���   "^HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY  WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  Up far: #*&**&  AsK%  yoixr %  Hospital Dona lions  Liet of Diinatioiia received   since .fun.  1st, 1905,   to the Phoeuix   General   Hoh-  pital:  C��"i;J'��  R. Hoirell  ��a'blJ5 j. It. Macaulay  ft'sh*5 -  A. I', llerrv  Hook Case  A   y   u   c]���r^  Bed Linen./dox Hospital  LmliV Aid  J;"8'1 *5�� K  T. Hank  J:as|1 }'�� Jas   McCreath  i-RS 1 }35 Canadian Rand Dtill Co.  SpriiiR Lot A.���   lloo<|  Maple syrup    A  Vric,���,  Oeiitleman's Dressing Cowii Mrs. J. II. Koyle  "i"1 '���,"c", Mrs   L Crawfoid  lllox Hooks Mr.. H. A. W. llodKf.  tnsh Jjo...       A i;rnn,| i;orks Friend  nonunion Copper Co F���u Set lloilci Tulic-  Cord Wood j,   |juc|j|c,H  Average Prices ol Copper.  ���New York���  Klrctrolytic. Lake.  Month. 1004    j 1105       i<i(,.|       j ot ^  Jiuinaiy 12 410 15.05    12.55.'! 15.1^  J'cliiuaiy. . ,I.2.0(i.'{ 15.010 1:1.245 15.IMI:  ���M'"'''!' 12.2UH  15.20S 12 250 15.045  '\|"'il 12.1)22 14. Dig 18.120 15.010  Way 12.758 14.027 13 000 14.820  ���Jl,lle 12.2(1!) 14.073 12.301) 14.812  J"ly 12 270 14,888 12 500 15.005  AiiRliflt 12.342 15.70    12 408 15.73  fceiiteinber..12.404  15 005 12.020 15.078  October  . ...12.004  Ui.XH    18.117 10.44  November ..14.283 10.080 14.455 LO 85  December . .14.000 18.400 14,850 18.28  sJr-  ~>  o<*fi^^fe  ^'^^vwds^r? made horn ferine Sugar, grown on ourown plantations  And rryst&b'zed to nsserrtble Rock fendy.The grains sfwklelike uncut-diamonds-'  Ii 15 i he x 0i\' deliciy us .Sugar made for Tea or toffee:��� Soid Every whpw> U,J  yi'ar 12.820 15.020 12.000    15.78  fim_ cmim.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  N.BW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  Provides a Christian home Tor students of both sexes at moderate rates,  lias a preparatory class for junior students, doini: Kradt! public school work.  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches nil branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  Ub Collegiate Course and in tbe Ladies'  Couree for M.E.L.. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which tho college is in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A..B.D t Principal ;or Key. J. P. Bowell, Bursar.  ���K%vOTarorairc!<��wvipj,��^**rfffi!^ THE PHOKNIX PIONBER  I  aijft/!att/WW"mt"'<u" 'iiwi����"'�����"!��   ������ i Ti\l*  WINES  AND   LIQUORS  W'c. Imy in cui'liiiids direct from die Distiller :  W;ilI;er's Rye in kinds mid half barrels  "       Ciuiadiai) Club, Imperial and Baronial in casus.  Guoderlinm & W'or'.s' in barrels.  " ' " Special and ordinary in cases.  Brandies���Jules I'nadi n & Cie,   Charcnte,   France,   Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Scotch ��� Robertson, Sanderson ��.V  Co.,   Lcitli,   Scotland  Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes.  Greenwood    Liquor   Co., qrkenwood. ii. c.  Q*  PROVINCIAL.  ������ o  \  o ���  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURDOCH MclNTYRb", I'rop.  25   Morses,    Full    Livery   l^qinptiicnt,  In<:huli.r.j 'I'hi'ei. New IJuyyies.  A-. tin !'���'�����   ii"   llauirss   Shnj;   in   cithrt   eiieui-  \v.,.a1 w   ��.'.     i.d l-'cuks, have ,.locVcii up  W Ull    II.il MCSS    I'.ilU.   Smelter Luke Ice   Delivered lo Order   Jii iii'/l   AlU'tit ion   lu    nult'i'S  lit any  limir  ol" tiny ur uixht.  KnoiTHilTAve.        ��i!i��Ll!:2        Phoenix, B. C.  nossMrs ��nd  Uiiioii ceieDration  inder   u'isiiices  ,f  ih-   Miners   Union,   ;uid   tlie Mayor,  Council and   Citizens.  Two Days Carnival of Summer Sports  Monday, Tuesday, July  16,   17/06  Racing.   Lacrosse and   Baseball,  iiimninu and Jumping Races ol  a'l  Ruck   Drilling   G>:r..--N's.    Ilor.-  S.iu'in^ ami Choi>;i::i : (! 1 itesis,  .-    kinds, T11.4 of W'.ir, Ti 11/ ��� and Slack Wire    Performances,  Baloon  Ascension, 1'ire \Voik-. and Mineral spoils.  A programme wich will outrival in its variety and excellence  any heretofore witnessed in  Britisli f'olumhia.  $3,000 ��� IN PRIZES ��� $3,000  l-.t lulh-i |u lii-u.ur* ripply w��  J. R MORRISON, Secretary.  Twenty-five mills is the rate  struck  by the city of Vernon for this year.  Robt. Kelly and other Liberals of  Vancouver, intend establishing a sugar  refinery at Prince Rupert, the terminus of, the Grand Trunk Pacific.  The Baptist church in British Columbia will hold its 1'irsl annual assembly in Nelson commencing Wednesday morning July 25, and closing on  Sunday August 5. The assembly will  include delegates from Alberta, Manitoba and Washington, as well as from  all parts of this province.  �� Church Services Tomorrow f  ***��->>*���>#>**�����.#:******)*��*#���.�����.*:*  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.   Wesley  j Miller, supply.  1 St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Preaching Service tomorrow at 11 am  and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:00 a. 111. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.��� Divine Service  every 2nd and 4U1 Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father ]��� A,  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  Church of Kngland���Services 1 stand  i."d Sundays each month, 3:30 p. in.,  by Rev. Leech-Porter of Greenwood.  Modest Claims Often   Carry Ihe   Most   Conviction.  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his gun before a committee of judges, he stated its carrying  power to be much below what he feii  sure the gun would accomplish. The  result of the trial therefore was a great  surprise, instead of disappointment. It  is the same with the manufacturers of  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will ac  complish, but prefer to let the users  make the statements. What they do  claim is, that it will positively cure diar  rhoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach  and bowels, and has never been known  to fail.     For sale by all druggists.  Have you seen the newest in print  ed stationery, linenette? It is the  best yet. Stock Just received by the  Pioneer job department.  SALE OF THE  ORO DENORO  Circular Issued to the  Shaie-  holders.  PE-RU-NA KEEPS THE  IN THE BEST  LY  ALTH.  Details  of Transfer  to B. C.  Copper.  Latest Mining   Stock  Quotations.  ASKED  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  11  e;i-i|  an 1   necessary    to  ami   its   language   is  <;.  .1 u' .t.-i i. ul h.i.ii; of ni'a'ly a th 1:1- ml |iiue-. u-i-tul   i'i  a  ' HI 'l i' 1 -:li" I  ill .in V ll-tl'l "1 -if I    " ��� ' i|ij> ������   In I l-tl v.  luu.-l.- ��i|l  |i;is-   muster u-tii    I In-   inline.1   srictitists  nil I'T-iu ��� I by 1 In; every -la1' in   11.  Ii i- h >!������/.,.' 1 h lutes in on". i'.-,-i-ri- ���_'   1 lie   llis'iiiv, I.���>-'��.    r.TiiiinoIok'  iii|iliv, t li'ul-n.'v, t.'liems-ti y, M iner.il'i^y,   .\leta In my,   Kiiiaiu-es  uinl   .Statistics   of  l'o|i|i- r  ll^jiv'-s 1 In; |ilain ftn't-1 in I'l.iin Kn^li-h without lV;ir or iuvor.  Il li-l -'uinl ili'Si-i -iliea M.Slil .'n|i|i..i mines ini'l companies, in al! parts of the  ��iii|.i, .h'seiinlions rilimini;   l'r 1:11 r. vi  ii.ie.�� 10 12 p.i^tfj,   according  to iuiportaiii'e  <ii die pmpert v.  Ihe ail'I'Ki;   HANDBOOK is euii.eded to he the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper  The miner needs the bunk for the t'ai-ts il gives him ab nit   mined, minins: and  metal.  The in v. stor in-e !.�� Ihe hook for tin- f.iets it give? him about, Minim: Inveat-  iii-iils ;ind 'op|ier Statisties.    llunilre.U   of   Swindling   Companies:  are   exposed  in plum KnifliKli.  I'i ii-c is |5 .in Buckram, will, git top : $7.50 in full library morocco. Will  hf simil fullv prepaid, on approval, In'anv a 1 Ii ess ordered, aud may he returned  within a weekni rive.ipl if not fonid fully  su'i.-factory.  HORACE  J. STEVENS. 36  Post Office Block.  Hiuehton   Mich.. U. S. A.  American Hoy           lien ll'ir    Hlncl- rail    B.C. Copper   Cniiadian Golil Hields   Carilioo, Cain)) McK (cr-itiv.)....  Center Star   Crow's Nt-sl l'ltss Conl   c. m. & s;. o. orcmi   Denoro Mines   Dominion Copper   Hlkliorn-Boundary   Fairvieir   Fisher Maiden   Iliant    Granby Consolidated.,  [titernatiouul Coal. ..  Jnnibo   Morning Glory    Mountain Lion   Pathfinder   North Star, (K. K.)....  I'ayne   Quilp   Rambler-Cariboo      San Poil    Sullivan   St. Kucelie   Tom Thumb   Waterloo (Ass. Paid)  White Bear   atn  o-v;  . 5S 50  JS 00  7W  6'A  .1  ��� =K  46  ���10  .13c 00  no 00  9  S  .. 3-'S  2.90  3��  M   Jll 00    30  '..'.'.  23    I  I10 7J  <5  5!:  4  5  -.6  2��  Hi  3M  2��  2  t o.-  mmsmmmim  fcs*J  Buckless   Brothers  'rompt  Atlelltioll  -���^���S^rM^H^' -; ���'������ ���. 1 ��� y-  to all  :^!^  Orders  THE COHFORTA8UE WAY.  S. F. &  N. RY.  Daily  Leave  PHOENIX  , Spokane,       SenUle,  , Uvcrett, Belltngham  9:00 ti.in.; Vancouver   Viciorin,; 6:25 p.m.  , ami        all  points   Coast  j Spoknnc  l?eniie,  Express and Baggage Transferred to   and  from all Trains.  4  Heavy Draying���Furniture Moving.  Tilephnne No. 17  or xr3O-0.*C5^^:^.;  l'hoenlx, Ii  sm��^^S3SSB^ssassse^�� ^  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, B.C.  B   TOMKINS, Manager.  Ihe Leading Hotel ol Ihe Kootenay  Spcciiil  Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  q:oo   a.m  0:00   a.iu  | Winnipeg.  .St.  Paul,' 6:25 p.m.  I Minneapolis ]  lirtnid     Hoiks.    Ke-  publi.-, I'nrlcw.Mar-  6;25 p_m_  Daily  Arrive  9'-��"   n'" ; Nelson .  ~o:ix>  ii.in.T Kasle.  Kx.   Sun.'  mid   Kerry (Mid-  wa��)  :   Nuttliporl, Ko<sla:id  satuUm  6:25 p.m  ' 6 25 p.m.  V.x. .sun.  Coni.cctin^ at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  2--DAILV   OVCRUKD   1R��INS-   2  From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul,  Minneapolis, St. l.ouis Chicago and all  points east.  For complete information, rates, berth  reservations, etc.. call on or nddiess.  M. M. STKPIUCNS. Audit.  Phoenix.  S (1. VHKKK.S, A   il. P. A .  Seattle  Appl'calion to Transfer Liquor License.  Notiee iH  hcrehy given tlnii. I   hip'"''  to   apply   lit   the   next.   ineetM'H   "'.   '  "'  Hoard ov I.ieeiiHe Coininissionei'-i  "I   H'1'  (I rponilioii of theCitv  of   I'hoenix, "���  O., for Hit- InuiHt'er to fell   li'l>��"' ,l,..r'"  tail, nl, the preinise? UnoiMi  is lie  * ','''! ;"' ;.'u',,M-i oil he ptemi-c  till!.- Hotel   Dpmli.inii  itv-iii";-, l:lll,::",'iX.'I I'onmiioii ll-.i.-l. I'M Ironsides Avenue  s...  J * ��� ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  !(3ft~Thc most peileclly appointed Health  and Plcasine Kesoit in the West, vfith n com*  plelesyslem of llaths-~incUidin.i; 'rurkish and  KuHsiiiu. Open the year round. The curatlv:  properties of Its waters nre uucqualed.  I'or Curing all Khcuuiiitic. Nervotin nnd Muscular Troubles.  For IfealiiiK all Kidney, Liver aud Stomach  ailments.  Foi Klituiiialiii^ all Metal'.i^Poisalis lrom tin  System  The ^riiudrnr ol the scenery Is unrivalled  Mountains.snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfall?  .Boating, yachting, fishing, shooliitK. exctirsirn,  Venn!^. Its winter cliiuatr is unsurpassed fo*  mildness. IlnRSY MctNTOSH,  pioorietor.  Application lo Transfer Liquor License.  Notiee is htiel.v "i.eii that. 1, II. A.  \Vi'i��hl, intend in np.iU l" the Hoard of  License (.'oniini- ion. i- of ihe Corpor-  iilinii ol the City of I'lo'iniw iii it h next  nieetiliL'. lor I lie linni-l r ol the license  I liipi't-nt i ct nil iio�� held hy me,  ��� -: en known iih   the  to se  I!. C. now held hy me. io .1   C lv;he I-  Dated at I'hoeiiix, B.C., thi��   ir��lh   <^y  of June, 11)00.  (Sinned)  I'KUCV Wll-KINeON.  WitneBB: M. H. Kano.  ,��� William II    l'nvid<on.  Hated at I'hoenix, B.U.,thi9bcl Day of  June, 19U0.  Thc llesl Cignrs sold in  llic  Province  "Kurtz's Own"  "Kurtz's Pioneers"  "Spanish Blossoms"  For snk: hy ;ill ooml dealers  KURTZ'S   PIONEER  IGAR   FACTORY,  I-13 Cordova   St. \V.,  VAN  CUVER    .    .    B    .  Corporation of the CltV  of Phoenix.  N'OTICK.  Notice in lieii'liv i:ivi-ii Unit tin- liist siltinc ol  the Annual Couil "I krvi-ion oftlu- Miniicipalitv  ol Ihe Cilynf Pllui-nix. It. i: . will he held in tin  Council Chamber, eily leill. on Sat ill da v, the iStli  day of Anniist, ig.^1, at tw" o'clock I' M .for tin  ipirpose of heaiiuj; coinpltiints in;aiie-t the us  Hcsstm ut made by the assessor, and for revising  and conecline the assessment roll.  I>. J. MATltlFO;!,  C. M.C  l'hoenlx  B, C��� (illy6, 1906.  The following circular was recently  sent to shareholders in the Uunoro  Mines, Ltd.; by thc officers of ihe  company. It gives some details rc-  Kurding the recent transfer of the Oro  Denoro mine, Summit camp, io the  British Columbia Copper Co. Ltd..  and also particulars of the work done  on the properties of the company during the pieceeding year:  To the Shareholders:  The annual meeting was not finally  held until 1st June. Notified that the  British Columbia Copper Company,  Ltd., would not take up its option on  the Oro l.)enoro mineral claim because  exploitation was not satisfactory, and  the rei. >rt of the meeting was held  pending negotiations. From an inspection of diamond drill cores and  from assays from 1,745 feet of drillholes it was realized there would be  no sale without a marked reduction in  price. To-day a price of 15,500 of  that company's shares fully paid up  was agreed upon. This was the very  best price that could oe got.  That company is now installing  splendid smelting and converting plant  three limes the capacity of its old one,  capable of earning a profit of one million dollars yearly. After completion  of plant, making large expenditures on  mine development, and paying for several new properties of large prospective value, its outstanding capital will  not exceed 380,000 uhares of $5 each,  leaving the company free from debt  and with 20,000 of its shares in its  treasury. It may, therefore, be expected that its shares will in eight or ten  months advance to $15 or $20 each,  and that, taking into account the other  assets of the Denoro Company, Denoro shares should within that period realize iSc to 20c each. 13.^00 of the  shares paid by the purchasing com pa  ny are to be pooled until 1 si November next, when a distribution of them  can be made. Notice of a genera!  meeting to confirm sale is forwarded  herewith.  At the annual- meeting the audited  accounts for the period from August  1st, 1904, to 1st May, 1906, were received and adopted. These showed  cash on hand in the Bank of Montreal  of $1 5,91 3.50, whereof $12,045 's'n  the savings department. The company has no debts except a very few current accounts, about equalled by the  realisable accounts owing it. During  ihe last half of 1904 and all of 1905 a  small force carried on purely development work, and the cost of it was  hardly covered by the ore taken out  and sold. The tonnage shipped during the last five months of 1934 was  1,857 tons, during the whole of 1905  was 2,85s, and during the first three  months of 1906 was 6,320 tons. The  last showed a very fair margin of profit.  Work was carried on during the  winter on the Hungry Man claim, and  the title obtained to one-half of it. On  account of the vein Deing in the bed  of a creek the cost of the shaft sinking  was much greater than expected, due  to seepage, and it became necessary to  install a steam hoist and do over 100  ieetofdead work, cross-cutting from  another shaft and then cntting through  adyke so as to drift on the vein, which  is a contact one with well defined  walls. The ore has been proven to a  depth of 45 feet. It is 1 1-2 to 3 1 2  feet wide on the hanging wall, carrying  gold values of about $20. The exposure of ore on the surface puts a considerable tonnage in sight. Further  work, is of course, necessary to prove  the property, but" that done so far is  encouraging. After obtaining expert  opinion, a line of action as to dealing  with and developing the property will  have earnest consideration.  The directors elected were Messrs. I  Charles R. Hamilton. K. (."., Charles!  I'".. Ciillan. barrister, Duncan J. McDonald, merchant. Smith Curtis, mining, all of Rossland. 1'.. C: J. A. I..  McAlpinc, M. !>., of Vancouver. H. C,  and Angus MacNish.of Vankleek Hill,  Ontario: Thomas S. Oihnore, ol Rossland, H. C. was elected auditor.  At .1 siil>set|iienl   meeting   of the directors,   Mr.   Hamilton    was    elected  president,    Dr.   Mi-Alpine,    vn-e-presi  dent, and Mr. Curtis  secretary-treasurer.     Bv order of the directors.  Smith Cruiis,  Secretary.  Nelson's annual agricultural and industrial exhibition lakes place this  year on September id, 20 and 21.  Bowel Complaint In Children.  During the summer months children  are subject to disorders of the bowels  which should receive careful attention,  as soon as the first unnatural looseness  ol" the bowels appears. The best medicine in use for bowel complaint is  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I >iar  rhoea Remedy, as it promptly controls  any unnatural looseness of the bowels.  Sold by all druggists.  Don't Be llackwitrd.  Do not hesitate to ask for a free  sample of Chamberlain's stomach and  Liver Tablets. We are glad to give  them to anyone who is troubled with  biliousness, constipation, or any disorder of the stomach. Many have been  permanently cured by their use. Fur  sale  by J. B. Boyle.  This is Only One of  a Million of Homes  in Which Pe=ru=na  Has Been a Bless=  ing. Read This  Family's Glowing Testimony.   ^  BABY  GERALD  8^  PA  MRkT. H.kX: CAMPBELL,  Mr. Henry S. Campbell, 1737 S. Williams St..   i  Denver, Col., State Deputy of Modern. Wood-   J  men,   Montana,   and   Delegate   of   Builders   i  Trades Council, writes:  "Perunu. has 110011 a    *"  blessing in our home.   My wilo was in poor health for  several j-ears and nothing but Peruna helped her.   She j  gradually recovered her hoal ill and beeamo the mother of f ��� , . ��� , .-, 0 , , ,.  a boy which blessed our home. "We call Gerald our Peruna boy. lie is in f  tbe finest of health and his mother has never enjoyed such excellent health-   j  "I have personally found Peruna of great value to me while traveling. T  Getting irregular meals and often poorly prepared food ruined my stomach, J  but Peruna toned up my digestive organs and brought fine health to me.      \  "We are never without Peruna In our home and know by experience 1  that it keeps us all In the best of health." I  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 2S months, wo have another  son, still larger for his age. Ho is notv  ten months old and is always healthy.  "His mother says Peruna has surely , ^   made both of our children as healthy us ' Peruna is the remedy.  Peruna���   Used In The  family, Becomes  a Permanent Fixture.  they are, helped, ot course by Colorado's  healthy air.  "A bottle of Peruna is at all times a  welcome visitor to our home.''-  A multitude ot families have discovered that Peruna is their standby.  In all the catarrhal ailments v.'iiich  aro likely to bc-sel: lho various members  of the family, Peruna is (he remedy that  brings quick rc-iicl'  No matter whether it he a catarrhal  condition of the head or lungs, or a derangement of the stomach and bowels^  GROT NORTHERN  SIMMER  EXCURSIONS.  ��� SEE  [Nature's Wondrous Handiwork  Phoenix to Chicago, St. I uiii��, St.Paul,  Minneapolis, Dulnth, Kansas Oity, St.  Joseph, Leavenworth, Omalm, Council  Kllitis, Sioux rii.v ami Fort. William at  first class fare pins $11) tor the round  trip. Selling >Uiles .Inly 2n.l and Unjust  7th, 8th and 9th. and Sept. Sth and 10th,  good for 00 days, hut not afler October  31st. J90ti Ten days wil. he allowed  from date of sale 011 goim: portion of  tickets. Stop-overs will he allowed  west of Missouri river, tit. Paul, Oiiluih  and Fort William.  Dkn'vkk,  C01.0,  .Ioi.y   17th   to  19th, l'.IOG.  Selling dates, July 10th and 15th. Go-  ina Transit limit, July li)th. Final return limit, Sept. 30ih,"l',K)<>  l',I,KS,  Sept.           . Go-  Final   return limit,  Odd   Fellows,   Toronto,   Ont.,  12-23, 1900.  Selling dates, Sept. Sth and 10th  ing limit, Sept. 22     ":���'  Nov. 30th, 190G.  Knights op Pitiiias, New Ohlkans,  Oct. 15-2Sth. 1900.  Selling dates,Oct. 7th and Sth. Going  limit, Oct. IClh. Final return limit,  Nov. 15th.  For the above meetings. Ii rat class fare  plus $10.  Children of half age will take half the  above rales.  S. G. Yehkks, Asst.-Gen. Pass. Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  M. M. Stri-hens, Agent   Plmenix, B.C  I Fresh  Vegetables  Direct From thc Farm  to Your Table.  Wil! visit Phoenix every Tuesday and Friday with the freshest  and latest productions of the  Kettle River Valley. Rhubarb a  specialty.   Fruit in season.  A.. Galloway,  Columbia, R. C.  THROUGH    UTAH    AND     COLORADO  Castle Gnte. Canon of the  Grand  Black  Canon, Marshall atul Tennessee   Passes,   and    thc     World  - Famous Koyal Gorge  i-'or   Descriptive  atul Illustrated    Pamptets,  write to  W. C. McBride, General Agent,  124 Third Street PORTLAND, OR.  "THE   MILWAUKEE"  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOT'CK.  "Sovereign" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Vale District.Where  loci ted:    In Providence cam p.  !     TAKE NOTICK  that 1,  Isaac   H.   HaUett.  as  '��� H^ent for George   W.   Rumberger,  Vree   Miner's  t Certificate  No.   ��191423, and   Harry   Nash.   Free  , Miner's Certificate No  B9157S, intend, sixty days  1 from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining   He-  f eurder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  i purpose of obtaining a Crown Oraut ot the above  j claim  And further take notice tint action, under sec-  . tion ^7    must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of 'miirovements.  Dated this 10th day of Aurit, A.D   1006.  1 I   II. HALLKfT.  ���THE    PIONEER  LIMITED"  CHICAGO.  ST.    PAUL    TO  MliNERAL ACT.  90-day Round Trip  Excursions  East  WINNIIM-X;.   1'  PAUL,  '.    AR III UK.  DUl.UTIl.  Through  Excursion  Fares  Toronto. Montreal, Miiratime  Provinces, Now I'ln^latul on  application.  .   .   Dates of Sale   .   .  June 4, (>, 7, 2;,, 25;  July   j.   ;,: Au^.  7, >S, y: Sept. S,  1 o.  Tickets subjects to the usual variation of route and include ineais and  berth tin Canadian Pacific steamers on  Great Lakes.  For rates, folders  and  tickets  apply  to local aaent or to  A. W. Mm.kv, K. I. Covi.k,  Ai;eiU, "A.G.P.Al;!.,  Phoenix, B.C.     Vancouver, H.C.  J.  S. Cautek. 1). P. A.  Nelson. R.C  'Overland    Limited"    Omaha     tO    Chicago.  '���SOUTH-WEST  LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY   TO  CHICAGO.  No trains in the service on anv railroad in the world equals in equipment ;  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.!  Paul Rv. Thev own and operate their j  own sleeping and dining cars and uive '  their palrons an excellence of service j  not obtainable elsewhere. ]  Berths in their sleepers   are   longer, i  higher   and   wider than in similar jars  on any other line.    They protect their  trains by the Block system.  R. I.. I'OKD.C.initmTctal Airent.  Kui.m 2, Mnrblr H.mU H..li;., .->j>. .k.:viit- Wash.  U.S. KOWK.r.i-tiriul Asi'iil.  l.M   Thilil Strrtrt. I'm tlaml. otc;;ull  Certificate o( Improvements.  NOTICK.  '- -Ul Hircl" Mineral Chum, .situate in the  Green-  wuuil Mining Division of Yule District.Where  located,    in l.oni: Lake Camp  TIKH   NOTICK  thai   1,   Isaac   11     llalletl.  as  :t;.;etit fur  William   1,. C. Ourdon, Free  Miner's  ' t-rtincate No. Rstii;^, intend, sixty days from Ihe  date liereot, 10 avp.y lu the Mining   Recorder for  a Ceiliticate of !in;::uvemeiits, for Ihe purpose of  obtatniim a down 'irant of the above claim.  \nd fur!he! take uotic   that  HCtiou, under section ;,7. niusL be  commenced before the issuance  ,'l such 1 elt'.iicuU of 1 m;>l o\ elliellts.  Dattil '.his .list .lav of April. A.D. !<;c"  I.  ti. 1IA1.I.ETT.  ���II  A pi'iuril murk here _.  is 11 reminder Unit vnm-tuili-  Hcriptiiin to tliis paper is  now piiBt due, and ihe ptili-  liHlier will iipprccinto your  prompt ntteiition. �����-�����-  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS   HANK.  Dividend No. *M.  Notice is hereiiy irivcn that a Uivi- i  dend at the rate of eiylit pet cent, per i  milium mi the I'nid-iip fapitiil Stork!  ol this Bunk lias lieeti ikvkued lor tin  quarter ending "(Hli .lune. lSUti, ami that  the same will lie payal'le at the head |  Otliee uinl Branches on ain't after Tiles- .  ��� lay, I'.nl   day ol .Inly in-xl.  The TranM'er Books will lieelosoil from  the 15th to the :'.0th .Line, lioih days   in   j  elusive. !  By order of the Boaid.  .1.  M ACKINNON,  1 it-nerii! Manager.  Sherlirooke.'J'.ith .May, l'.mii. j  THIS IS THE TIME      j  to order your   supply   of   Lire    Wood,  either   for   immediate   use   or  lor  tin-  future.     All orders promptly tilled.  C.KS'KUAl.    SAN'ITAKV     A M >    si   \\ I -\i .1- K  W'lllJK   1" INK  ON   SIUMM'   Ni ' 1 111 .  D. L.  Mclntominey  TKL. No. B;>_v lMlOKXIX,  I!.< V  MlNlilWL  ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  sot 1 CM.  iniy l*i ;u*ti< ���11:11" Min-rnl Chuni, sstiiMte ill  ,!iei;:rfiHM.i,.-l .\*i:i!*!j; Di\i-.un i.t V;iU- Dis-  mct When- !,C.Hci! * Ml V\;ili,iCt- Mitunta Ii.  T vKK NOTICK t!u>i I. I-iiiu' 11 H-:llcit. u'rvc  piei'- C< : titic.it-- V-. I' .: ; i". l-.-i m>>vl!, uml as  .;r ut I'--: UiMiiKi- T. Iltu.ifi >"ii l'':tf Mtuer'-*  t ���. ..111*a:������: No, ]'���-���."'���,, Mitt Mi!, mm*, (i.ivs from  .,\ livuo!, In iii-i.'.i t)'.liT' N'uivhl; lU'Coitlri fur  C' : f.tic.ilc (.{* I !:r.-M i\ vim*; n'.", t'.r t lie put i><.��c uf  '���i miiiiv ;t Ci'.u". C.r <ul i.l'ilu- al- ������ t rl.tiiii  n*.i tuitiu:  t:irif iiotii.'r.'   t'l.u   ;ii-tin;i iiihU-i   -rc-  ��� 'i'   ���;. niti-t !'<��� c- 'ii* ni   net il   Sf[, ���: t-   thc J   sua nee  : -'iL-'li i <-i titif n t��.* "I 1 ii. ; -t -. i' ��� incuts.  O.itctl ihv- i   th >la\' "j" M.ir.���):   A   I)   Hj.^6.  I. II    HAI.I.KTT.  MIMICAL  ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Mine!-:.  ii lax l-i;tuti-.'na!" nud '���Hilly Vi actional" Mm-  i ra: Cta 111-. Ml\ialc in t hr (",i e t.-iuv..i. :<,\ Mitiuii*  !";visiuiii,l'V;t!e I>:-tIK*t. U'llCIc '.iCUtf'l. In  -V. , lark Car.'.*,-  '���.UK M "TIC1*. Unit 1 Isa.to II. llalU::. Kite  , !'-<.'t-t tilic.tt-- No. l;.,;.t r . t'": t:i \ -.r-;!'. a n>! .i s  :-��� J r A'.'a-.it I'i A-lici-'II. Kwc .\ii!i..-:'^ LViti-  ' .   N.i.    Iwiyi-j,    ii'tcin!.    --:xt\    <ia\ ->   !i i-tn    thf  )\r: v<  t, t i .i ;���('���>   l<' til'-  M :ni l^    Kt'O a t'lT  t"'  : ��� :icat��'-i   ct l:n ;>:i \ vim nt-, l< ��� r tlie put \i< 'S.-* i > t  ���' 'iitiii  Cii'tin -.'. r.*iit- ��� ���!" t !:������ .ihnvc claims.  ii 1 Im tin ;  t;iM' <i< tic    Hi a I   act; m, miil-.r xv-  ��� V, ii'.a-1 !���<��� culam���- i:c. -'��� '��� < I. >: t-   the   i-miancr*  '    ii \.'*-i litical* ���*  ��� 'I  l::i;-: *���*. en  i-iil-  a'".| III*- icllt <!.iv -  f At'lli. A   I'-   :  /:6.  I    H    II,\I(|,KTT.  .a;:   i'a  vj-.iali  V.ik- I  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  M in vr��iI ( laiiu"-  NcTlCK.  ..n.i "LiltV Uatlf   , t!-.t- Cie nuotu! .Mining   I>ivirion  ;:ict       U'litrc li'cultil:   111 (Jrceiiw*ti  ;��� \ ;:i-; N' )TK'!{ ��� hut I, Ham:  I(.   HuUt-f . h^(-nt  V  :     .in     J      I'Mftrr.    l-'i.c     vtiici.   Critihcatc  ..,-.,.   f.U:i-'   M.xty*ia>i    imii!   -\u tv |u*rc��l.  -; ;���:>��� ti> *. !if Mining   CfCfnIc:   foi    Cc  tificalt!*  ; r - ��� '.'iiif ills, for   t h-    j -u') - >--t < >i'  nhta : iiinj;  'i. ���.. m < Jraiits o(  the al" p.-'- ci.iin.>  ' iiiiiher  la kf iiotu-f : li.tl .icl'oii, umjrr ��rc-  , ���   m.i**t 1"' aimiiii'iu'cil hrfurr.* thc   is .-i.i ticc:  1 -.icM i "L'rtitjciitct t f Iiiijirovciiientn.  Datrti thi.s j;th tlttv ifSovcmkr, A.D    igo-j.  i. H. HAl,I,KTT. ��?1  THB FHOENTX PIONEER  in m<  mm  w ?*/riff*  ill Mil  \ rill  iim  rim  m  ill  33  J:  fil  i��f  ii  m  i{  Nil  ��� J !*���  8��\  4f  J!  0  - tm  ��  iff  mm  Si.  J?f fytfj|j  FBI  if!  h*il*S4  Invest  ir  Money  In Such Legitimate Shares  as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW. Real  estate was never so low, and money will be made in buying business and residential property. Every residence  in Phoenix is rented. Business is good. Buy now, and  get the advance.  WINING CLAIMS \W STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Sloths will Bring oulcK Returns.  Will Sell Today;  , Granby ��� _.....  Dominion ���...~_...........  International Coal   Albambra (Coeur d'A.)..  Copper King   Oro Denoro���   Burke. _   Bullion   Happy Day_ _   Heckla    Idaho Mont. S      Sonora (Coeur d'A.)��� ���  Snow Storm-   Furnace Cr. (Cala.)   Sullivan    J.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B. C  533  If  181  leading Hotel of Boundary'* Leidlnf  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  1. A  HcHASTER  Proprietor.  IE  ^^Jj ^^^ ^^^ ���--^J ka^U- ^M/ ^U|U ^UaU \UUJ ^H. ^umf ^U|^ ^mmmmff\ ^UMS^^M*'-tmm^^^M*'almM^ammt^'^mM^tf'^mMmtS ^LM^ ^Ug^^^y lu.UWj  aWat a&K  ^Dominion Iftotel I  ��It) Sronstoes Hve.,  ThU U tbe Largest Hotel in the City  and has been Unproved and refitted,  being well adapted for mining and  travelling men. Bathroom. Bar well  stocked with choice goods. Dining  Room undei personal charge ol tbe  proprietress.  Ipboenif, B.C.  Mrs. P. L. McKELVEY, Prop.  ��� TtLCPMOMt No. 77.  jftiRttftg&g^^  THE   ONLY   FIRST-CLASS    AND    UP-TODATE  HOTEL   IN   PHOENIX  Ibotel Brooklyn  MtW  r��OM   OfLUM    TO   MOO'  ���OT SlMcn.1   MWI la TMS  ���otmoMtv  oefOSiTt  aaiAT   NoaTHKn  RATIO*  ��ATM��OOttS    IN   OONNCOTIO.  JAMES MARSHALL, Proprietor  pboeniy, B.C  i.~  KODAKS  :A PICTURE:*  constantly adding to our  We   are  stock   of  CAMERAS  and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES,  and can furnish anything wanted in  this line, for the amateur or professional.    Call and see our lines.  Also large stock   of local   views   to  send to friends.  McRae Bros.! Smith  LIMITED.  Stationery,    Wall Paper,  Fancy Goods, Etc.  Agent for   Mason   &   Risch   Pianos.  A SUN DIAL  records the exact time.    Men  of affairs  reqnire promptitude in keeping engagements?.  TIMEPIECES  that, keeg exact time are a  part of our  jewelry offerine.  You won't lose a train if your watch is  bought here. We show a fine assortment and at extr*jnWy low prices. Call  and see them.  *��  GEORGE E. DEY,  JEWELER,  Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.' n��i to foot hiii cafe  of^ the place where  values are greatest would be a  picture of this  store. We claim  without fear of  controversy, that  here can be purchased  WATCHES  of surprising good  quality. U'e make  that our strong  point. We don't  try to tempt you  with extremely  low prices���for  that generally  means extremely  low quality. What  we sell is good.  E. A. BLACK  .-:THE JEWELER:.-  Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  | In and Around Phoenix  fa  fa  fa  BRIEF  TOPICS  OF   LOCAL  AND   GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  Lowney's chocolates at Boyle's.  The old reliable, Boyle the Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers no addition  or subtraction.  New and second hand goods sold  by R. J. Gardner.  Miners, attention. If you want  solid comfort, stay at Hotel Brooklyn.  For Sale.���Old Miners' Union hall.  Apply to John Mclnnis, chaiiman  Board of Trustees.  Active development is going on at  the Helen mine, where a considerable force is at work.  Archdeacon Beer will hold services  in St. John's mission of the Church of  England, Sunday evening, at 7:30.  When feeling like having just a  wee drappe Scotch, call at the Brooklyn and have a wee taste NfcCallum's  Perfection.  There are stores which do lots of  business without newspaper advertising; with the aid of advertising they  would have to move into larger quarters.  Thomas Finnigan, formerly ol Phoenix, but latterly of Midway, left this  week for Toronto, accompanied-, by  Mrs. Finnigan, for expert medical  treatment.  Born, July 2d, to the wife of W. B.  Hilliard, at Vernon, a daughter. Mr.  Hilliard was formerly a resident of  Phoenix, being employed in the Pioneer office.  Matters in connection with the recent  Dominion Day celebration having been  closed up, Secretary McEachern ' expects to have a full financial report  for publication next week.  Narcisse Lemieux, who is" understood to be a cousin of the new postmaster-general of Canada, and "is a  veteran employee of the city, struck off  for the Similkameen this week; to look  after some mining interests.      ��� r  It is the enterprising business man  who advertises. People know that if  they want to find the largest stocks of  the most up-to-date goods, they must  go to the store that is a consistent, persistent user of newspaper space.  City Clerk Matheson wishes license  holders to remember that all city  licenses, of whatever kind, expire on  the 15th, which being Sunday, renewals are due today, Saturday.. Mr.  Matheson will be at the city hall all  day today, to grant renewals.  At the ice cream social and impromptu concert held by [the Ladies'  Aid of the Presbyterian church Thursday evening, a large audience was present���one of the largest of the season  ���and seemed to enjoy the mental and  physical feast. Over $40 was taken in  by the ladies.  Rev. Prof. T. B. Kilpatrick, of  Knox college, Toronto, will visit Phoenix on July 25th, being in Greenwood  the Sunday before. His object is to  see the country and get a knowledge  of the west. The Presbyterians are  arranging for some kind of a gathering  to meet the distinguished gentleman.  No one should miss hearing him.  Danny Deane is the embodiment of  hope. He now has faith that he will  be able to move into his new hotel by  the first of next month, notwithstanding the annoying delays from broken  promises by lumber dealers, lath-  makers and a few others, which have  postponed his occupation of the new  building about two months.  D. J. McDonald, who was formerly  in the livery business at Eholt, and is  thoroughly, conversant with it, this  week purchased the" outfit of the Phoenix Livery Stable, on lower Dominion  avenue, and has taken possession,  from William R. Matheson. Mr.  Matheson expects to take a trip back  east in a short time...  Early this week Proprietor McMaster  stepped out of his Balmoral hotel for a  moment in the middle of the day. In  that time some one of no little nerve  went behind the bar, pried open one  of the locked mahogany drawers and  helped himself to $510, mostly m silver. Police notified, but so far no  clue to. the thief. A small safe now  stands in the office of the hotel.  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  Boyle, the Druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Purity first consideration by Boyle  the Druggist.  Special attention given to Miners'  Dinner Buckets at Hotel Brooklyn.  Prescriptions a specialty at  Boyle's.  Riding, driving and work horses for  sale. Stooke Bros., Land arid Stock  Dealers, Midway, B. C.  A cloudburst was reported between  Grand Forks and Cascade last Saturday, doing some damage to railway tracks, electric and telephone wires,  etc.  The Dominion fruit inspector estimates the probable fruit yield in the  Kettle valley near Grand Forks for  1906 as plums and prunes, 760 tons,  apples, 4,500 boxes, and two tons of  cherries.  Al. Almstrom has received a new  stock of stationery, including the finest  writing materials, Holland Linen, Eng-  glish Linen, Irish Flax, Swiss Lawn,  etc. Also, Moore's Non-Leakable  Fountain Pen, the "Clean to Handle."  Ramsey's and Webb's Chocolates, that  melt in your mouth. tf  The C. P.-R. has issued a handsomely printed and illustrated pamphlet descriptive of southern British  Columbia. In compact form it contains a lot of valuable information and  properly distributed should prove a  splendid advertisement of "The garden of Canada."  July 23 and   24   a   moving   picture  San Francisco eathuuake and fire show  ��&S^&i<$V-.<!/Sltt<$��?JZ^  at   Miners'   Tnion   opera.jg  will appear  house. j Sj  \V. f. Prendergast has accepted a;S  position at the B. C. Capper Co.'s Oro \ S  Denoro mine, and moved his family,��  over there this week. j i|S  Pumping out the B. C. mine i* be-1 ��  ing done by the B. C. Copper Co., 1'.?  but it will probably require another j %\  month to unwater the extensive work- p$  ings of the property. j J  The C.P.R. is making? special rates | %  foi the Winnipeg Exhibition, from j ��;  luly 20th to 27th, return till Aug. 2d., <��    '$  Our clearing sale of  . . . C O U C HES...  ���rin��o fourlii-H mi' ii<'t tdiop worn aoods but lli'-y   must   ��ive  place  lo  iilorent deHiiriis.    The fuM ���wins: puces will nitereM. yon.  liisliily  No.  No.  No.  No.  erem (leHlKll.".  A line wide couch lu IksI quality civtrr   I>nnK i'Jk��.- !>l"in  ton. will soon cU-nr m..���.....-��� :    ������ ���   Willi Irlni-c; :ill ariMiiiil. l"---l iip>i��l-li-rniK "; ��"<'���! vrlmiii.  inaltrrss.tufted ��p inK.ck;t-    d..,..   v.iluriit $17      ....  A plain ti>J> coucl-, silk plu��li uan'l. excrlli-iit viiluc al   fi;,  but cli-iirii'B ��t ���   A stroiiK tliciipcouch, i" lapcslrv, worlli ��iu, to clmr al...  $20.00  15.00  J3.00  7.50  TERA1S: NET CASH.  See our Bed Lounges $15 to $25  .    .    BINNS    .    .  FURNITURE.  UNDERTAKING.  Most   Cod- I��,  Total Payroll About {200,000.  The total payroll of the mines and  smelters of the Boundary for the  month of June was approximately  $200,000, including the railway men.  Most of the mines and smelters had  the monthly, payday this week, the  cash being distributed about as follows :  Granby Consolidated   B. C. Copper Co   Dominion Copper Co   Smaller mines .   C. P. R. and G. N. men.  $75,000  35>000  33,000  l3>  000  42,000  Total.  $200,000  The Sullivan. mine in East Kootenay is making a good profit each  month, extracting and putting through  its smelter at Marysville six carloads  of silver-lead ore a day. The lower  levels of the mine, which were recently  opened up under the direction of R.  H. Anderson, are developing in a most  satisfactory manner, new and valuable  ore shoots having been uncovered.  The shoots are so large and contain  such large quantities of ore that they  are said to insure the mine a long lifetime of profit.  Boundary Side Lights  CE CREAM  Fresh made  Bread  Draisey's  Candy  Kitchen*  First Strati.  Quite latterly it appears to have  grown the custom again for a few to  attempt to jump their board hills on  paydays. One individual was chased  to Greenwood this week by Chief of  Police Flood, and agreed to disgorge  rather than be run in on a vagrancy  charge and permitted to work for the  government at the Nelson jail for a  few months. The chief says that will  be the program for the next offender.  Some Base Ball  Recerdi.  Following is the.record of thc Trail  base ball team on its recent tour, as  given by the Trail News :  Colville at Trail    r- o   L  Nelson vs. Trail, at Kaslo...   3- o   L  Nelson vs. Trail at Nelson..  6-10 XV  Rossland at Trail 5- 3   L  Trail at Northport   9-4   L  Northport at Trail    6-10 XV  Trail at Rossland  5-4   L  Trail at Colville   10-11   W  Colville at Trail    1- 2 W  Northport at Trail    1- 3 W  Trail at Phoenix   i- 3 W  Trail at Chesaw   j-12 W  Trail at Greenwood      3;- 4  W  A Labor Day celebration is already  announced for Greenwood  this  year.  Greenwood has a church trustee  who has gone into the brewery business,.  An average of 60,000 feet is the daily cut at the Yale-Columbia Lumber  Go's sawmill at Cascade.  During the last six monthe the city  of Greenwood received $16,147.89,  and paid out $14,668.17.  Three pupils from Greenwood, Dolly Yates, Leila Rowe and Ray Parker,  were successful at the high school examination recently held there.  F. L. Underwood, of New York,  president of the British Columbia  Copper Co., Ltd., arrived at Greenwood Wednesday, to spend a few days.  The Greenwood Ledge says that  one joyful thing in the Lord's Day  Ohservance bill is that boss printers  will no longer find it necessary to pay  price and a half for Sunday work.  About the first of the month the B.  C. Telephone Co. will be actively at  work rebuilding the company's system  at Greenwood, all the preparations  having been made for that purpose.  Mrs. Mary Blythe, formerly of  Phoenix, and who has a ranch at  Westbridge, was recently married to  David McBride, a rancher of that section, by Rev. M. D. McKee at Greenwood.  Faulds Brothers, of Greenwood,  won the rock drilling contest at Nelson, Dominion day, making 35 inches  flat, against 31^ inches by Robert  Walters and A. J. McGillivray of Sil-  verton.  James Donohue, of Chicago, president of the Helen Mining Co., and  also interested in the. Strathmore and  other high grade mines in the Boundary, arrived in Greenwood Wednesday,  and expects to spend several weeks in  this section.  Frank Hartinger, brewer, of Grand  Forks, is having an interesting time  with the city fathers of that town. He  claims the right to sell his beer on  Sunday, under his Dominion license,  and the council thinks otherwise, The  outcome is awaited with interest there  as elsewhere.  The C. P. R. recently sold 10,000  acres of timber land near Westbridge,  on main Kettle river, being in block  3637. This makes about 25,000 acres  that F. W. McJ^ane, the agent, has disposed of in this section for the C. P.  R. in the last year. The land brought  $3 per acre.  Modest Claims Often   Carry the  vlcllon.  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his gun before a committee of judges, he stated its currying  power to be much below what he feit  sure the gun would accomplish. The  result of the trial therefore was a great  surprise, instead of disappointment. It  is the same with the manufacturers of  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will ac  complish, but prefer to let the users  make the statements. What they do  claim is, that it will positively cure diar  rhoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach  and bowels, and has never been known  to fail.    For sale by all druggists.  Facts About   British Columbia.  British Columbia is Canada's largest  province.  British Columbia is 400x700 miles  in area.  British Columbia is equal to 24  Switzerlands.  British Columbia has produced 100  millions in gold.  British Columbia's gold yield, 1905,  ��������SX5iSX^5<^<5^  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R.  V. Chisholm, Prop-  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating   goods.  Special attention to dining  room.  Uirge,   airy   and  well   furnished  rooms.  Mhucnlx, I)   C.  -���-���-���-���-  ���-������-���-���-  ��� ������-���-���-  ���   ���  ���  5^1 millions.  British    Columbia's    fishery   yield,  1905, 5^ millions.  Of this,   2*�� millions   in salmon; 1-  167,460 cases packed in 75 canneries.  British   Columbia's   Alpine   regions  cover 200,000 square miles.  Swiss Alps cover only 16,000 square !  miles.  British Columbia has 7000  miles of]  coast   line���equal   to   distance across  Canada and back again.  British   Columbia's  population estimated at 230,000.  British Columbia received first prize  for fruit at London exhibition, 1905.  1  T Phoenix Bee*  ��� ���   1  i  11  '?  T  T  1  1  1  T  1  As made by the present brewer is admittedly' ilic  Best Beer in the Boundaiy. With the Best Mali  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled loi  quality.      Insist   on   having   PHOKNIX   BEKK.  Spring Water Ice for Sale. Bottled Bker and Poktf.k.  Hotel For Sale.  The Central Hotel, Old Ironsides  avenue, Phoenix, for sale. Any reasonable offer will be considered. For  full particulars apply to D. J. Matheson, Phoenix, B. C.  Phoenix  Brewing Company  . BINER & SONS,   Proprietors  Office and Brewery,   Banner St.  -���>-������  -���-���-���-���-  -���-���-  ���-���-���-���-���-���  PHOEN'i;  i.  B.C.  0  >  0  a  �����  .>  e  'j  ���  A  9  9  ���  0  J  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  Clothing!  T  Corporation of the Citv  of Phoenix  DOG TAX NOTICE  Notice is hereby ^Iveti that all dogs found  within the Phoenix city limits by the 31st day of  July, on which the taxes have not been paid for  the year 1906, will be impounded and destroyed  if not redeemed.  C. K. Flood,  Chief of Police.  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T. TURANO, Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  proof.  First Street - Opp. Knob Mill Hotel  Phoenix, B. C.  We can save you money  on your Laundry Bill,  and do the work  promptly in First=  Class Style. .  . .  Wagon calls in   any   part   of  Phoenix  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and   Saturdays, and we make a specialty  of Short   Orders   when  desired.  PHONE 59,   GREENWOOD.  Greenwood   Steam    Laundry  GREENWOOD, B. C.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. Ifyou 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 Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  BIRN1K   III.OCK.  KNOB 1I1LI. AVE .   I'HOENIX.  anJ***ai)**a1aM*taM+*X&t***a,*^^  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in al  leading mines bought and sold.  Hie  G.W. Rumberger  Information   about    Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  *& Phoenix, B.C.  Dominion   Ave.  Telephone No. i  PALACE MEAT MARKET  DOMINION  aVK, rilOKNIX,   H.C.  Fresh and   Salt  Meats.  Tei. No. 12. Fish,   Poultry and  Oysters.  D. J. Matheson  Snsurance Boent  FIDHI.l'I'Y     IIONDS,  KIUK.      . I.Il-'K  AMI  ACOIIIKNT.  ���I.ATK    CLASH'  COM.MISSKIXKH  "OU    TAKINti     Al'I'IDAVIT.S  PI-IOKNIX,   B.C.  Ifuttter (Uri. *��tb.  3iimitunu Auriiur.  Men's Suits  Hats  's Shirts  ra's Shoes  &r and Children's Goods  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in onrline of men's stylish clothing  for   spring.    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 Mack and Jirown, also a nice range of  straw 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 StlitS   A new iot of perfect fining nurfolks   and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Undenve^r. Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  mi  The  WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD,

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