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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 2, 1906

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Array ���S'.'iilfil  Legislative Library    11-05  i  r,>3  ft  1  1  1  !  Boundary Mines Produced $17,500,000 in  value within six years.  5 _ 190b  OR!A.  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp  of Boundary.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Vol.. VII.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. JUNE 2,  1906.  No.    29.  THE  Big Store  ���#  Soap  Soap  Soap  5  p*  p*  ���  pa  p\  :*  Pa  P*  Pa  Jt  5  Pa.  j*  ��  We   have  just  unloaded the first  straight car load of soap ever shipped  to Phoenix, and we are now prepared to  offer our  custamers the advantage in  price on the saving in freight charges.  Royal Crown Soap, 6 bars forjjfc   ,J>5  Kootenay Queen, 100 bars for   S, To  Mechanics   Tar Soap, 3 for      ,*>o  H.K. Oo. Oatmeal Soap 4 for      .23  Castile Soap���Ivory Soap���Sunlight  Soap.  3&.2* **:.&���  COMING AND GOING  We carry the largest and best assort=  ed stock of groceries intheBoun=  dary Country, and we are  anxious    for     your  business.  THE    BIG     iSTCZFZE,  William M. Law, a merchant of  Midway, was here Thursday.  A. C. Sutton, solicitor of Grand  Forks, was here last Monday.  1). J. Darraugh, provincial constable  at Midway, was in the city a few days  ago.  James McGregor, provincial mining  inspector, was here early in the week  on a periodical visit.  Julius jMueller, formerly owner ol  the Phoenix brewery is building a  brewery at Regina, Sask.  Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Boucher have  been spending the week at Halcyon  Hot Springs on Arrow lakes.  W. C. Martin, of Rossland, owner  of the Martin block on Dominion  avenue, was in the city Monday.  J. H. Fox, of Nelson, travelling  freight agent for the C.P.R., made his  periodical visit here this week.  J. S. Clute, of New Westminster, the  GETS BANK  OF ENGLAND  Granby Now Has 29  Claims  In This Camp.  Boundary Mining Notes  Pays About $12,000 for New  Property.  This week the Granby Consolidated  closed negotiations with the owners by  which the big mining company of the  Boundary will secure title to another  promising mineral claim in this camp,  known as the Bank of England. The  purchase price of the Bank of England  is not made public, but is understood  to be in the neighborhood of $12,000,  the deal being on a cash basis, the  money now being in the bank awaiting  veteran customs inspector, was check-  the bill of sale or deed.  ing up the local office on Monday and  Tuesday.  P. H. Burnham, of Grand Forks,  general agent for this section of the  province for the Great Northern, was  here Thursday.  W. C. Thomas, superintendent of  ihe Dominion Copper Co.'s Boundary  Falls smelter, was a visitor here Monday and Tuesday.  Manager A. Willey, of the Cascade  Water, Power & Light Co., Ltd., at  Cascade, visited Phoenix on official  business this week.  W. T. Jackson, field man for the  Vancouver Province, picked up a number of subscribers for that enterprising  daily here this week.  Horace T. Pemberton, formerly  manager of the Montreal & Boston  Consolidated in the Boundary, is now-  said to be operating in Cobalt mines.  Mayor George R. Naden, of Greenwood, was here Tuesday. He will  shortly take a trip into new British  Columbia, in the Bulkley valley district.  George H. Collins, who recently put  through the Big Copper deal with W.  T. Smith, and who is operating the  Washington and Idaho in the West  Fork district, was here Thursday.  Manager Thomas R. Drummond, of  the Dominion Copper Co., this week  made a trip up the North Fork of  Kettle river to Franklin camp, to look  at some promising mining properties.  R. V. Cbisholm, proprietor of the  Hotel Alexander, is away on a six  weeks' trip, to visit his old home at  Alexandria, Glengary county, Ontario.  He will also take in Montreal, Toronto,  etc.  Charles J. Elliott, who has been  connected with the Pioneer for the  past year, left yesterday for Chicago,  where he will take a course in the Inland Printer machine typesetting  school.  Hon. R. F. Green, chief commissioner of lands and works, was visiting  in the Boundary last week, attending  the celebration at Midway. He was  accompanied by Harry Wright, M. L.  A., of Vriur.  T. H. Rea, of Grand Forks, manager of the Bells and Hesperus mines,  was in the city Monday. In a few-  days he will start for Chicago, and  visit Cobalt again before returning to  the Boundary.  Richard C. Morgan, superintendent  of the Spokane Falls and Northern,  was here this week. He expects to  see the rails going down on the extension west of Midway by or a little after  the middle of June.  R. A. Elkins, a brother of G. L.  Elkins, after spending a week visiting  in Phoenix, left Thursday lor Lebanon,  Oregon, and will then go to assume a  position in the military department of  the Panama canal work.  Henry S. Turner and wife arrived  from San Francisco on Wednesday,  where he was in business at the time  of the great earthquake and fire. Mr  Turner has accepted a position on the  staff of the Pioneer and is glad to get  away from the land ofthe tremblers.  Roland Machin, of Victoria, the  genial and much traveled general Canadian agent for Bennett's fuse and  Caminell's steel, two high grade Fng-  ish products, was here this week on  his annual tour of the province. Since  his visit of a year ago, Mr. Machin has  made a long trip through the mining  districts of old Mexico, placing his  well known goods.  The Bank of England was owned  by J. J. Caulfield, Walter Foster, E.T.  Wickwire, A.W. Wilson, Robert Wood  and Christopher Wood, nearly all of  Greenwood, and XV. M. Law, of Midway, and W. S. Macy, of Phoenix. It  is not a full sized claim, being 29.57  acres in extent. It has always been  regarded as a good property, however,  having excellent surface showings, and  having had some little development  done on it. The claim adjoins- the  Monarch claim of the Granby group,  the Monarch being one of the additional claims acquired by the Granby  Consolidated last fall, costing with four  other claims in that group $180,000.  Development work has been steadily  prosecuted on the Monarch for months  in an open quarry and by shaft and  drifting, and an immense body of ore  common to this camp has been opened up there, from which a large tonnage can be had to augment the present large Granby output, whenever it  may be desired or needed.  The Bank of England also adjoins  the Tamarack, owned by the Granby  Co., and the Rawhide, which latter is  being actively developed by the Dominion Copper.Co. By the acquirement of the Bank of England the  Granby Consolidated is able to get at  the Monarch in good shape by tunnels  from a considerable depth.  The area of the several Granby  claims is as follows :  OLD CLAIMS.  Acres.  Knob Hill    '9-��9  Old Ironsides    20. iS  Victoria    46.60  Myrtle fraction 07  Phoenix    29.94  Aetna    24.91  Fourth of July    29.44  Grey Eagle    33-8��  Banner    47-59  Tip Top. . . .    44.32  Tiiangle fraction 66  Old Ironsides fraction. .   42.12  The Don Pedro, i 1 Skylark camp,  is on the shipping list this week.  A steady demand for good miners  still prevails nearly all over the Boundary.  The Butcher Boy, up the West  Fork, is again making a small shipment. .  Development has been resumed at  the Bay mine, the boiler having been  repaired.  Fred Whitwell has discontinued  work on the Maori group in Providence  camp, for the time being.  Four men are employed at the Sally  up the West Fork, which mine sent  out a carload of ore this week.  That open quarry at the Stemwind  er mine is productive of much of the  blasting music heard in Phoenix camp  nowadays.  On the Brooklyn, Stemwinder  Idaho mines in this camp the  minion Copper Co. now has over  men employed.  With the first five months of  year accounted for, Boundary's ore  tonnage runs considerably over the  half million mark.  It is understood that $100,000 will  be spent in development on the B. C.  Copper Co.'s Mother Lode mine in  the next few  months.  MET DEATH AT  SUNSET MINE  SAILED DOWN  KETTLE RIVER  A.   G.  Inglis   Killed  Explosion.  by   an  Was    Bending    Over  When It Occurred.  Hole  and  Do  200  this  33S.;  Ronsland Should Come.  Phoenix is to have a celebration on  the 2d and 3d of July, and a purse ol"  $500 has been put up for a hose team  and $200 for the winner of the base  ball tournament, says the Rossland  Miner. Rossland should he able to  end teams for both these events, and  to bring home cue, and perhaps two,  of the prizes. Rossland in the old  days used to send hose teams that  brought home the money, and as for  the baseball team, it has not yet been  defeated this season.  CLAIMS ISOUGHT LAST YEAR.  Monte Carlo  51.60  Monte Cristo  22.00  Monte Cristo fraction..     2.50  Gilt Edge  49.So  Gold Drop  35-����  Gold Drop fraction. ... 13 50  Nuggett  46.13  Phillipsburg fraction . . .      1.50  No. 13  22.10  Monarch  51.13  Tamarack     49.60  Tamarack  fraction      2.50  Missing Link      6.70  CLAIM .II/ST ACQUIRED.  Bank of England   354-��6  =9-57  Total Acreage 722.36  Celebration Committee Meeting.  Tuesday evening a meeting of the  Dominion day celebration committee  was held at the city hall, and it was  decided to meet the request of the  band to appropriate the sum of$ic,��  for music for the two days ofthe cele  bralion. Secretary McEacheran staled  that about $125 would be required  for printing and advertising, and the  several committees reported the requirements of each branch of sports  for prizes. The meeting was adjourned till next monday evening, at  the same time and place, when de  cisions will be made, large posters  ordered, and all matters put in shape  for completing details for the celebration. A full attendance is requested  at Monday's meeting.  Train Robbcrt Not Convicted.  Col-  the  The trial of Miner, Dunn and  quhoun al Kamloops, for robbin;  C P. R. overkind passenger train a  few weeks ago, took place this week.  Much legal talent was in evidence on  both sides, but at 12.45 Thursday  morning the jury returned to the  court room, reporting that they could  not agree, a-id were discharged. A  new trial was begun the same day.  For a long time the jury stood seven  for conviction and five for acquittal.  The case occupied three full days.  It is anticipated that when the new-  reduction plant is in running order at  the Carmi, about eighty per cent, of  values will be saved.  fames Sutherland has resumed work  on the Canadian in Skylirk camp, on  which something like $5,090 has been  spent heretofore. It is expected to  join the shipwing list.  Work is si ill under way in the adjustment of the automatic ore bin  feeder, recently received for use in  the Granby mines for the Great  Northern terminal ore bunkers.  Last week's B. C. Gazette contains  notice of the incorporation of the  Boundary Mining and Exploration Co.,  Ltd., with a capital of $200,000,  divided into shares of one dollar each.  At the Mountain Rose the Dominion Copper Co. is running a tunnel,  from which a raise will connect with'  the shaft already sunk. Foreman  Fraser has charge with six or eight  men.  Reports from Franklin camp are  that the diamond drill being operated  there under contract by the Spokane  Diamond Drill Contracting Co., is  steadily at work on the McKinley  group.  Custom ore is being received at the  Granby smelter regularly from the  Jumbo mine, Rossland, the First  Thought mine. Orient, Wash., and  from the Snowstorm mine, Larson,  Idaho.  Next week Saturday will be the  monthly pay day in this camp, when  the total amount distributed should  be equal to if not in excess of that for  the previous month, when about  $65,000 was paid out.  It is given out that the Dominion  Copper Co. has taken an option or  bond on the Newby group of four  claims in Gloucester camp, up tbe  North Fork. Work is to start in a  short time, and while the figure of the  bond is not named, the time runs for  1 S months.  Supt. Thomas of the Dominion  Copper Co.'s smelter, is smiling this  week, over the arrival of the machinery for the company's new smelter  machine shop. It arrived only about  four months overdue. The work of  erecting will proceed with the least  possible delay.  This week's tonnage from the B. C.  Copper Co.'s Mother Lode mine, as  well as die amount treated at tbe  smelter, is somewhat smaller than  usual, owing to the preparations for  blowing out the reduction works in  two or three days, to permit of extensive enlargements.  For the month of May the tonnage  of the Granby Consolidated will again  be a trifle smaller than usual, owing to  a continuation of the various changes  and improvements being inaugurated.  In a short time, however, these are expected to be practically completed,  and the output will be crowding the  80,000 ton mark, making some  2,200,000 pounds of copper each 50  days.  The report has been current this  week, and is said to have some foundation, that an option has been given  on the H. C. mine 111 Summit camp,  which is owned by the li. C. Chartered  Co., Ltd. This property in the past  has shipped about 100,000 tons ot  some of the best copper ore ever taken  out of a Boundary mine, but after  taking it out the Montreal capitalists  owning the properly did not care to  spend any money in developing the  mine, or in looking for more ore A  spur of the ('. P. R. runs to the B.C!.,  which has a full equipment of machinery, etc.  Abont 9 o'clock Sunday morning  Alphonso G. Inglis, at the Dominion  Copper Co.'s Sunset mine in Dead-  wood camp, met instant death from an  explosion. It appears that a hole had  been loaded in the quarry and fired  off. On going back the men discovered that the entire charge of giant powder had not exploded, and another  charge was put in and fired. On re  turning a second time Inglis was bending directly over the hole, when a third  explosion occurred, killing him instantly. The second charge evidently  did hot ignite the original charge left  in the hole from the first explosion, till  just as the unfortunate man got to the  place.  Inglis was a single man of 24 years  of age, and had been employed also  in several high grade mines around  Greenwood, and had two brothers, F.  and S. Inglis, here. He was a native  of Antigonish, Cape Breton, Nova  Scotia. Funeral services were held  Wednesday at the Presbyterian church  in Greenwood, under the auspices of  the Greenwood Knights of Pythias, a  large number of members of the  Miners' Union also attending, in both  of which deceased was a member, and  the remains were taken east to his old  home that day by the brothers. The  young man was universally liked and  last summer had his mother here from  Nova Scotia to visit him. He was  engaged to be married in the fall to a  Greenwood young lady.  The coroner's jury, impanelled to  inquire into the cause of the fatality,  returned a verdict of accidental death.  Phoenicians    Are   Successful  Fishermen.  L. Y.   Birnie,  Ed.   R.   Birnie  and  Capt. George Smith returned Wednesday from a several days' fishing trip up  the West Fork ol Kettle river.     They  went up to Bull lake, a few miles back  in the mountains, and had good luck,  bringing back some 75  to   100 lbs. of  rainbow trout.    The new Acme canvas  boat,   recently   purchased    in   Ohio,  which can be knocked  down and set  up in a few minutes,  was taken along  and found to be just the thing and all  that was claimed for it.   When launched it was christened the Mad Woman,  but belied its name.      Capt. Smith, as  usual, showed his old sea dog qualities.  On the return trip two  of the party  sailed down the Kettle river  some  ao  miles   to   Midway,   making   about   as  good time as   the   third man with the  horses.     On Sunday A. B. Hood and  George  McNichol   went   up   to   the  camp, taking a fast team, and  also enjoyed the  excellent   fishing.    On the  return a number of friends and acquaintances    were   able   to   testify   to the  quality of the   fish.     Doubtless other  parties will try the fishing in that neighborhood in the near future.  POWER WORK AT  BOUNDARY  FALLS  Celebration Committee Meeting.  Tuesday evening a meeting oi the  Dominion day celebration committee  was held at the city hall, and it was  decided to meet the request of the  band to approwriate the sum of $150  for music for the two days of the celebration. Secretary McEachern stated  that about $1.25 would be required for  printing and advertising, nnd the several committees reported on the reported on the requirements of each  branch of sports for prizes. The meeting was adjourned till next Monday  evening, at the same time and place,  when decisions will be made, large  posters ordered, and all matters put in  shape for completing details for the  celebration. A full attendance is requested at Monday's meeting.  To Light Greenwood and Also  Midway.  A. M. Whiteside, solicitor, and E.  G. Warren, of Greenwood, have recently been to Victoria to arrange for  the acquisition and transfer of the  charter held by the Greenwood Water  Works Company, Limited, owning the  water power at Boundary Falls, to the  Greenwood Electric Company,Limited.  The electric company is proceeding  with the installation of a water power  plant at Boundary Falls, for the purposes of supplying power for electric  lighting and commercial purposes, to  the city of Greenwood and the town  of Midway. Boundary Falls, on the  creek of the same name, is situated  about midway between these two prosperous and growing towns.  These falls, when harnessed, will develop 150 !.-.-3C--pc-ver at lo>? water,  which extends for a period of about  two months. A minimum of 300  horse-power is obtainable for the balance, of the year. Owing to the fact  that 150 horse-power, the minimum  output of the falls, will not supply the  growing needs of both places, it is  proposed to install a suitable plant,  using a reserve steam unit and a storage dam of 1,000,000 cubic feet to  carry over the peak of the load. As  the load factor of the system will not  exceed 50 per cent, of the total contracted load, it is not expected that  steam will be needed except in cases  of emergency.  Latest Prices in Metals.  New York���Copper, electrolvtic, $18.-  37,Le@$18.75; lake. $18.75@ $19.00  Bar Silver,   68  r,pad . *5.75 to $6.00.  ? BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  NAMK OF COM I'ANV.  AUTHORIZED  CAI'ITAT.  S 1,250,000  IS.OOO ,000  2O0.OCO  DIVIDKNDS  Issued       Par  $510,000  $5.(6,817; Keb. 190)  943,6jo;May, 1906  I  33,2:4: Oct.. 1904!  3.00  �� C��rit>oo-Mci��inney~gold   to Granby Consolidated���copper.  *Z Providence���silver   1,250,000 j $1  1,550,000 l$ioo  40,000 I $5  Paid  1906  Totnl  :  to Date  Latest  Ain't  Per  Share  ����������-�������������������������� -<*-a>-G-4>~ay<*"a* <  I BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  J;.vk 2  O6     i  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines   (or 1900, for  190J, iu  1902, for 1903. for 1904. for 1905, aud lyoo, as reported  to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  1 M IN K. CA MP. 19OO  Granby Mines... Phoeuix    64.553  , Snowshoe Phoeuix z*)7  B   C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwood      5.340  Bonnie  Belle- Deadwood       Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyu-Siemwrulr.. Phoenix       Rawhide Phoeuix       Sunset Deadwood       Mountain Kcwc. Summit   AthclKtau-Jaekpot_We"dngtn.      1,200  Morrison Deadwood      H, C. Mine Summit    19,494  R. Bell... Summit      Km ma Summit      Oro Denoro Summit      Senator Summit      Hrey Kogle Summit       No. 37 Summit      Reliance Summit      Sulphur King* Summit      Winnipeg Welling ton  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  liig Copper \V. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Pat is White's  Jewel I*our I���ake  Cnrmi , Went Fork  Sally Went Vox t  Rambler  West Fotk  Butcher Buy West Pork  Providence Providence  Kit horn...  Providence  1901  231.762  1.731  1902  309.858  ao.Soo  I9=��3  393.716  71,213  1904  549-703  1905       1906  653.^ 355.50J  Phm   4  W.-ek a  15.75C /  1,076  2,250  ' Strathmoie   Preston   Prince Henry ..  Skylnrk '.....  Last Chance   H. P. V. Mine...  Bay   ��� Mavis   Don Pedro..  ...Providence   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Sk vim k  ....Skylark   Skylark  Creacent Skylaik  Helen   Greenwood  Ruby Hon ml a ry ValU  Republic Boundary Palls  Miscellaneous   Total, Ions   Swelter treatment���  iJranby i'.o   B. C Copper Co....   Doiuir.ioti   Copper Co    3.2JO  9b,wx>  03.3*7  99.034  Wl.JJO  13S.079  174,29$  7,455  3,o'o  i.'i"  1.750  So j  550  '5.73'  5.6(6  3-339  19.305  150  14.311  5O0  8.S30  A7.to$  650  ",937  '5.537  3��3  2.435  37.0/0  16,400  3.45��  222  364  33  7<J5  635  1,040     ��:5  005  483  3 So  2,060  890  79  219  993  400  720  325   io7  52  50  300  So  60  174.507  20  .VS.731  25.108  3.'56  4.747  9.4S5  3.007  ���:833  ���  i  ���  6) 526  6,l.->6  25>5.1  *V4  0,922  6,404  1.947  13  '50  30  '45  if  S35  0S9  255  73  5��o  9  ��.V  '5  '5  33*  ���  40  So  3.450  30o,Soo  230,ri2S  117,011  325  508,876  3U.J40  143,000  500  750  690,419    S29,.Vlft   9tj,S45  '.'iV.tf-'.'fll  -r-.f'-ViJ  wa  ���*'j|  ���> 1 THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  I  ��  >  !���       h  T  i    <���  t f  < -f  II  r Hi  i  -ji  Iff  M  M  it  yes  fISv J'  f  *-i ^  p4*  pi  !  I? 4.4  i  pi  r H  .j  1  Some people say tea is bad for  the nerves, passibly some teas  are, but  I DON'T BE A KNOCKER.        |  If you see a chance to help the town or district, don't let it go by,  says a level-headed exchange. If the chance doesn't come your way,  go out and look for it; it is lying around loose somewhere. "Don't be  - ' '������ "    Throw away your little hammer, quit grousing and don't  , r - r     .    i. _ j   _       . ��� .   ��� _..     . _    ,.  go  a knocker."  mope around with a long face as if you had a pain in your stoinac  Lift up your head, look pleasant and try to speak well of your nek  bors, no matter how small you may really know yourself to be.    U'h  our stomach,  h-  never harmed the most delicate.  en  a stranger drops into town treat him right. Give him the glad hand  and tell him this is the best place on earth, just what he has been looking for, and you'll not be lying. Don't discourage him by speaking ill  of the district and the people who are living in it, hut show him by  your conduct and bearing that he has at last struck a white man's country.     Don't knock���"It's a dirty bird that befouls its own nest."  Remember that you are not the only pebble. There are others;  and they have brains and know something as well as you. There is a  whole lot more fun in minding your own, than in attempting to run  your neighbor's business, if you only knew it. Besides, it makes others  think a great deal more of you.  Don't get mad because your neighbor seems to be doing a little  better than yourself. Boost him some more and he may pull you  along with him.  j Take this little bit of advice and store  it in   the  vacant   part   of   I  Z    your head; it will save you from making bad friends. j  banking business entrusted to our keeping  receives the most careful attention  EASTERN   TOWNSHIPS  BANK  HEAD    OFFICE:  SHERBROOKE,   QUE  CAPITAL.  RESERVE,  FlFTY-TlIKB      J1KAN   HKS   r.V   Ca.VA  ���*.  Correspondent* In all parts of llie World.  Wm, Fa��\vi-:i.l, President.  JAS. MACKINNON, Gen'l M(;r.  S3.000,000  $1,600,000  Savings  Department.  A. B. HOOD, Manager  Phoenix  Branch.  I. H. HALLhTT  Hakkistek, Solicitor,  Notary I'um.n  Cubic Address :        HALLHTT.  ( Bedfoid M'Neil's  Codes I Moieiiic & Neat's  ' Lciber'ii.  Greenwood, R. q  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  ~~~ forehand that the government did not  {getting on   prettv   well.     Here in the       j       i i     j-      .  o       _? uc undertake   :..   settle   disputes   as   to  Boundarv the actual, noi meianhorical i_-       .i_ i ,- .    .l  '       '"ciapiiuin.��ti, ownership���that was lelt to the courts.  man with the muck stick is it decidedlv vt .   ��� i_ .    j        i       .i        -u    .  . i  UCUUCU1- Notwithstanding that, the wildcat stak-  lmportant character, when' it comes to ��� . -. j .i  .. .      ' ing went   on    merrily,   and   now the  mining and  shipping some 4,000 tons  of ore each 24 hours.  /,  stakers affc..: to think they are out and  injured.    ,  Some at Grand Forks seem to think,  j because   the Great  Northern is likely I is little sense in attempting to conduc  PJONEER PUBLISH llN(7 ('(). i,0 bui-Id up the Xorth   Fork as far as  a thousand-dollar daily paper in a hun  J.u-   n-.i./t ,. ��� . . .      I  ���    IIUDBD OH SATURDAYS UV THK  AT PHOKNIX, B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  r.i.ni,A...  I Buaineas office No. n.  Telephone. J Man,Kcr,s rcsicie�����. No. ,s.  JDBSCRIPTIONS IX   ADVANCE.  Fer Year la.oo  SixMonth*  1.35  If you areoot taubacr ber to thia caper, thla  an invitation to you to become one.  Advertlaing ratea furmahea on application.  Legal noticea 10 and s centa per line.  Four weekly inaertlona constitute one month',  a W?rt 4|qe  the Pathfinder mine, at least, that the  Forks will be rcnde a divisional point.  We trust this is so, but from the preparations being made at Oroville, it  seems as if that place would get the  divisional plum.  1906      JUNE.  1906  Sun.  Hon. Tug*. Wed.   Thu. ft..    Sit.  There is plenty of room for a few  more captains of industry to operate  in the Boundary, and if signs do not  fail they will be doing business here in  the not distant future. These copper  zones, even though low grade, have a  decided attraction since the Granby  Consolidated began scattering dividends all over this continent.  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  ib  11  xi  13"  14 15  16  x7  18  19  20  21 22  23  24  *5  26  27  28 29  30  Jupiter Pluvius has been exceeding  kind of late, bnt it is time now for him  to call a. halt.  Upenders of the elusive types in the  printing palace of the Pioneer are be  coming experts in dodging chunks of  ore from the Stemwinder mine glory  hole, a couple of hundred yards dis  tant. "We suppose some newspapers  would be glad to have a working mine  so handy, but occasionally it becomes  a trifle strenuous under such circumstances.       "  Hon. Mr. Fielding stated last week  in the House at Ottawa that the surplus for this year was $12,500,000.  And he might have added with considerable truth that this surplus was  partly made up by the extra penurious  policy of the postoffice department,  which is being conducted solely with a  view to profit, rather than for the benefit of the people at large.  dred dollar town���and   the   Times is  right.    It should know,   as   it   took a  head, there being  fall   out   of  the   daily paper business  running   from   one  about six years ago, and   was glad   to  quit after six strenuous months of that  life     Fortunately, Duncan Ross knew  when he had enough.     There is more  sense,  more   money  and   more ' meal  tickets in publishing a first-class weekly in a small town than  in getting out  a one-legged,   dinkey  daily sheet, that  is foreordained to he a failure.    But as  long  as   the  world lasts, there will be  men   who   think   they   are   divinely  equipped to run daily papers in towns  that do   well   to   support  weeklies'decently.  ���B. C MINING  Rossland's ore shipments last week  amounted to 5,950 tons, making 131,-  565 tons for tlie year.  Yale-Kootenay mines shipped 31,-  624 tons of ore last week, making  693,776 tons for the year.  Good quality asbestos has been discovered only four   miles   from   Arrow  number   of  veins  to   six   inches in  width.  iv.x.OS<sXSX9��S��GXiA?^^  P. 0. Box 56. Phoenix Market. 'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh aud Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game iu Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  TUCK   COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS '  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Kulmorill  Cor. First & Ktioliflill Ave     PlIOKNlx.jj   P  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A. J].  KcKiilai coniiiiiiiilcBlionS ,,  ,���      ���  otid nuirsdHyorei.cn iiioii'll, c'  l{iuei'Kt.'iit Hirelings ascHllr.i \t  Hall, Mi-Hale lllock 1'M,",0U"  I). ll.MOKKII.I.  Sewretitrv.  K. B. UOUCIIHK.  M.J).  w.ll.  Markets at Greenwood. Griuid Forks, Mklwiiv,   F.liolt and   nil   ihe  other  principle Cities nnd Towns in B.C., A Iberia ami Yukon.  Headquarters for Boiindiirv :  GRKKNWOOD,  B.C.  Headquarters:  NELSON,  B.C.  ,     I. O. O. F.  SNOWSIIOJV I.OIJCil- no.,,,  Meets every Monday HveninK   ���l Mj���crs- 1(ll,  Visiiiiin lirelhrcn cordially invited.  Chas. McCnfcne, N. (J  Oko. R. Mkad, Kec.s'ec'y.  Marcus Martin. l'cr. Fin.' Htly  A.    HARRY   HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  Sllll'l'   k.'A(H��T.    Klitire cll��rke Uk.-n ���[ , ,���  ���iKiiuieiiU ol"   ore., Cliecki,,*;,   wc,tl, ,  ���ani|.l|ii|caiKl ������nyinK ol  aamnles      c ���'  ?��,&dSf{��,,,'e,c- M-�� �������'������� P-omptT;  GREENWOOD, B. C.  The city fathers of Greenwood are  to be congratulated on being able to  make the tax rate as reasonable as  17 mills, the figure for the current  year.  ��� Nearly every one is looking for a  fingerboard to an easier street, but  ninety-nine times out of a hundred it  is the man who gets in and digs that  finds it first.  Socialists claim that shutting the  Appeal to Reason from the Canadian  mails has advertised the matter so  much that it is a great boost for  Socialism. Uncle Sam permits transmission of this paper in his mails, but  the Ottawa postoffice authorities cannot see it that way. It is a safe bet  that many copies of the publication  will be read in Canada anyivay.  Tbe Very Best Remedy for 8owel Trouble.  Mr. M. F. Burroughs, an old and  well known resident of Bluffton, Ind.,  says: ���'! regard Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the  very best remedy for bowel trouble. I  make this statement after having used  the remedy in my family for several  years. I am never without it." This  remedy is almost sure to be needed before the summer is over. Why not  buy it now and be prepared for such  an emergency. For sale by all druggists.  WHAT EDITORS SAY I  Prolonging Life.���He who boosts  today will live to boost another day.���  Greenwood Ledge.  The Vancouver mine near Silverton,  which has benn idle for many years,  has been leased and bonded by M. S.  Davys and a large body of high grade  ore is already in sight.  A number of Rossland properties  have resumed operation during the  past two weeks, among them being the  Velvet-Portland, the Crown Point, the  Jumbo and the White Bear. A considerable force of men will be employed in consequence.  f&twooa Stage Line  DEVELOPAIENT AT NAPOLEON  i  Leave Phoeuix  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a.  ��~2>o p.  111.  in.  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor. I  t  Oregon  and union Pacific  ONLY  LINE   EAST   VTA  Salt Lake and  Denver.  Two Trains Daii.v.  Steamship tickets to Europe find otliei  foreign countries.  Right in Stvle ���We recently en  tertained stylish company over night.  He wore a night shirt.���North Vancouver Express.  Hard on C.P.R.���If Jim Hill can  own the railroads of Canada, he cares  not who owns tbe provincial bodies.���  Chicago News.  B. C. Copper Co.  Steadily Developing Orient  Aline.  At the Napoleon the main tunnel is  in over 440 feet, and ha = been in heavy  sulphides since it [xa^sed a point 3S5  feet in, says the Anaconda News. The  The ore on the 60-foot le\el of the  shaft has been crosscut for a distance  of 120 feet, and has been drifted on  some 1 70 feet, all of which work has  been in ore.  The county surveyor has laid out a  new road to the workings on an improved grade, on which work will begin  soon. It is also expected that b..fore  next fall all the buildings for the employees will be moved higher up the  hill along the route of the new road.  This will be-done to get out of the  cold canyon at present occupied, and  will provide more healthful quarters for  the men.  A line for an aerial tram from the  Great Northern railway to the mine is  being surveyed at present, and it is  thought that by fall the mine will be in  shape, both in regard to machinery  and ore transportation, to supply all  the flux necessary for the enlarged  smelter works.  W$baH?.  B*rLW��*  BEG INN'ING FEB. 15, 1906.  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPERS  EVERY DAV IN THE YEAR BETWEEN  SEATTLE 3nd 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.Ykrkes, A.G.P.A.  Phoenix, B. C. Seattle, Wash.  Leaves  Daily  '.jj n. ni.  bpoknne Time Schedule.       Arrive  HftVclive Nov.  22 19c J Dai!%  James Dunsmuir was sworn in as  lieutenant-governor last Saturday. British Columbia can now boast of having  probably the wealthiest chief executive  of any province in the Dominion.  The grafters are having a little light  thrown on their doings at Ottawa, and,  strange to say, they do not relish it a  little bit. The very name of North  Atlantic Trading Co. makes them  shiver now.  A tenderfoot drummer���did you  ever hear of one before?���dropped  into the Pioneer office this week, and  inquired whether it was safe to walk  fiom here to Greenwood. He was  assured that it is as safe to do it as it  to wander among the bluenoses and  fisheaters of the cent belted east. After  a few more trips he will learn that this  is Canada and not the United States.  Sure 1 hing.���As soon as a man  gets the notion that his employer can't  get along without him, he is getting  ready to lose his job.���North Vancouver Express.  Poor old Russia! What troubles  upon troubles she has. Water and  oil   will  not mix,  even in the land of  the frozen  steppes, and   anarchy  and  puunsning a aaiiy or Sunday paper,  it  revolution seem close at hand for both   will   not  affect the Pioneer, but there  It is understood that the Ljrd's D*y  Observance bill will become law, and  that smelters will be excepted, but  Sunday newspapers are barred, among  other things. As we are still credited  with being sane and do not anticipate  publishing a daily or Sunday paper,  it  Toronto, the Wicked.���Rev. L.  E. Skey, rector of St. Anne's church,  Toronto, last Sunday said that "bridge  whist is the most abominable gambling  game in the country" The Star is  glad to say that this fierce gambling  game is not indulged in in Golden.  We only indulge in the innocent games  of shooting craps, stud and a little  draw.���Golden Star.  Unknown Friends.  There are  many people  who have  used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy with   splendid results,   but  who are   unknown because  they   have   hesitated about   giving  a  testimonial of their experience for publication.      These people, however, are  none the less friends to   this   remedy.  They   have   have done much towards  making it a household   word   by their  personal   recommendation   to   friends  and neighbors.    It is a good medicine  to   have   in   the   home and  is widely  known for its cures  of diarrhoea and  all   forms of bowel trouble.     For sale  by all druggists.  Phoenix Livery Stable  William R. Matheson, Prop.  FvPrvfhtnO* N^W CARRIAGES AND OTHER RIGS  L.YWlJUIlllg 116W HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  ���mmmm^mmmmmmammmmmmam���"���'HUNDRED CORDS OF DRV   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,   H. C.  prince and peasant.  There is a scarcity of laborers for  railway work, and there are none too  many men for the work in the mines  that is offering in the Boundary. No  man need go without work in this section where the best of wages are paid.  Some one is itching to start a daily  paper in one of the East Kootenay  towns. It will be good for typographical artists, anyway, for, no matter what  politician has to put up for this kind  of dancing, the ghost must walk regularly in the composing room.  A couple of professional rainmakers  are leaving Vancouver for Dawson,  where they are to receive ten thousand  plunks if they succeed in getting water  enough out of the heavens to help  mining operations in the icy north.  We certainly do not need their services  in this section for a time, at least.  are hall a dozen Sunday papers in this  province that will be forced to print a  Monday edition instead of 011 Sunday.  by a decision of the  supreme court, about 500 individuals,  who had staked coal and oil lands in  East Kootenay, think that their claims    are   declared   invalid.     Claims   were  President Roosevelt has   introduced  staked   over and over again   on   ihe  the man   with   the   muck rake to the  same ground, and  when  licenses were  We clip the   following from an exchange :  "It is reported that the Snowshoe  mine near Phoenix, B. C, has been  sold to Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, of  Ottawa, president of the Canadian Pacific railway. It is understood that  the ore from the Snowshoe will hereafter be controlled by the Canadian  Pacific."  Unfortunatly, the report does not  state just what Sir Thomas proposes, ^r"'^"'"-  to do with the Snowshoe, whether he j Nelson, B. C.  will ship the ore to Trail or elsewhere.  The report is important if true, but on  the face of it, lacks the earmarks of  veracity.  Last   week  C. P. R. Summer Excursions East.  The Canadian Pacific  Railway have  placed on sale at all Kootenay points a  series of low rate  excursion  tickets to  various eastern points.    The following  rates apply from  Rossland, Trail, Nelson   and   common   points   to    New  Haven,    Conn.,   account   meeting   of  Knights of Columbus,  $83.60,  selling  dates May 24, 23,   26.    Winnipeg, Pt.  Arthur, Fort William, Duluth, St. Paul,  Minneapolis, $52.50; Omaha,  $55.65;  Kansas City, $58.25; St.   Louis,  $60;  Chicago, $64.      On sale June 4, 6, 7,  23. 25�� Ju|y 2> 3> August  7, 8, 9, September 8, 10.  On same dates through excursion  fares will be quoted to all points in  Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces,  New York and New England. Tickets  are first class, bear 90 days limit for  return, and are subject to usual variations of route; are also good in one or  both directions via the Great Lakes,  including meals and berths on lake  steamers. Detailed information on  application.    J. S.   Carter,   D.  P.  A.,  Might Contain More.  The  Phoenix   Pioneer   refers   with  pride   to   the fact that the minister of  mines' report for the past year contains  the table of Boundary ore production  as published in its columns.     The report might contain a good  deal   more  than it does of the mining in formation  published    in   the    columns   of   the  Pioneer   with   very   great   advantage.  There is no paper published in the interior of British Columbia that is more  painstaking in its   preparation of min  ing information than the Pioneer. This  paper has a deservedly widespread rep  utation   for   accuracy   and  its  mining  news is copied into  hundreds of news  papers all   over   the   American continent.���Nelson Daily News.  ~��  5T������������  If You Do Not Read The  PHOENIX PIONEER  I     And Boundary Mining Journal  VAST MAIL���To and fiom  Cocur d'Aletie district, 1-nrin-  hiKlon Garfield I olfiix Pull-  mail. *Mo.*o>u-f *Pumeroy,  WaitsliniR. Dayton, Walla  Walla. Ten I etini. linker City  and all point* Hast. .S.oo  1:30 p. in. HXPRKSS��� f*oi I-arllliliKtoil  Garfield, Colfitx, Pullman  .Moscow.I.eivtslon . Portland  San Hrancisco, Maker City  and all points HAST.  KXPKKS.S ��� J'roill nil points  Hast, Maker City. San Vrait-  Cisco, Portland, Colfax, flar-  field and Karniinjftoii- li.4uft.iu  'Kxccpl Sunday.  SHORT LLS'li TO CALIFORNIA.  Stin l-Yaticiaeo-I'ortlHiiiI Route.  Steamers sail Troiu Ainswortli doc. Portland  *t8 p. tn. and from Spear Street u-hnrf, Sanl-'riin  i-isco. at 10 a. 111. every five days.  Kor   fin titer  information   as   to rate*, tunc  Ira in*, equipment, etc.. address  GKO. J. MOHLHK.Geiieral Audit,  Kiverside  Ave.. Spokane. Wa>l,  Hospital Donations  Liel of Donations reeeiveil hi lire Jan.  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General Hospital :  Canri f 10 _  K. Hoircll  Caj-h $25   J. H. Mflcmilay  Cash Is  A. I'. Hcrr��  Hook Case _ A. K   II. (lark  Med I.llietl.4 doi Horpilol  L:idi?��   Aid  ��� ash I50   K  T. Ilank  Cash Jlo Jas   McCreath  Cash $35  Canadian Kami I.��riU Co.  '���prinjt Cot A. II    Hood  Maple cyrup ,   f   Vrirnd  '���entleman's Dressing Cown Mrs. J. B. H,.\le  Old X.ineii Mrs   1. CrawK.nl  I Hoi Books Mm   B.A   W. llodtrj  Cash fo _ A Grand Forks Friend  Dominion Copper Co Full Sit Hoild Tube"  Cord Wood 1-. Buctles.  Average Price", ot Copper.  ���New York���  Electrolytic. Lake.  Month. 1004    1905       1W-I       IfiOo  .laniitii-v J 2 410 15.05    1H.553  Kel)ruaiv...12.0(W  15.010 12.'14b  March 12.21)8  15.20.S 12 250  April 12 !)22  1-1 IMS  13.120  Muy 12.758 14.027 13 000  .lime 12.20'J 14.673  12.301)  .Julv 12 279 14,888  12 500  August 12.342 15.79    12 40S  September..12.494 15.905 12.020  October ....12.994 10.3S 13.117  November . .14.283 10.080 14.455  December ..14.000  18.400 14,850  15.12.-  15.136  15 045  15.01*  14.820  14.812  15.005  16.73  15.��7i  1C.44  10.S5  18.28  Year 12.820 15.020 12.990    15.7.1  Lalegt Mining   Stock Quotations,  ASKKD Rlli  3��  3  Tn  4"  \ Church Services Tomorrow  You will not keep up-to-date on the progress  of the  Great Boundary Mining District f  In British Columbia.  How lo Break up a Cold.  It may be a surprise to many to  learn that a severe cold can be completely broken up in one or two days'  time. The first symptoms of a cold  are a dry, loud cou^h, a profuse watery  discharge from the nose, and a thin,  white coating on the   tongue.  Methodist���Class meeting at 11 a.  m., Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m. Tuesday evening at 7:30 Junior League. A cordial  invitation to all these services. Rev.  C. Wellesley Whittaker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Preaching Service tomorrow at  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p.m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month.    Holy Mass, 10 a.m.    Sunday  , , 1 o ����� **.."   ".j^u   n<-ciiot;�� were   ��� �� i_    , , . .1      ��� *-.��j^im.*^.  ._/w ��,^.wo,  iaiam  world, and that individual seems to be I issued   the holders were informal ����. ' f" 3      ^    Y ?ondltlon within a ' 3d Sunday in  each month, 3:30 p.m.  L mf0rmtd bt- d^ "r '*���<>���    For sale by all druggists,   by Rev. J. Leech-Porter of GreLwood  _   ._..���__      When  Chamberlain's cough remedy is  taken | School, 2:30 p.m.    Vespers and Bene  every hour on the  first appearance of | diction,    7:30   p.m.      Father   J.   A.  these    symptoms,   it .counteracts   the I Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  effect of the cold and  restores the sys-1     Church of England-Services, island  (cm   to  a   healthy condition within a  3d Sunday in  each month, 3:30 p.m.,  For colo K��� nil   J :...-       t-.-r.--      ��    �� ���    ���       ��� -~  The Boundary has produced ore valued at nearly  $20,000,000 in a little over six years, and in 1006 its  output is expected to be $6,000,000. It has three  modern smelters���one of them the largest in Canada���  and about 20 shipping mines, sending out some 4,000  tons of copper-gold ore daily.  The Pioneer   is   entirely   different   from   any   other  paper  It is published in the heart of this marvellous  mineral belt at only $2 per annum. To any one interested here it is worth five times as much. Make all  money orders payable to  PIONEER   PUBLISHING  CO.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Sample copy sent on application.  American Boy    Hen H-jr   Blaclr r��il    B.C. Copper   Canadian Gold Fields   Cat iboo. Camp McK (ex.div.)   Center Slur   Crow's Nest Pass Coal   C M. St S. Co. orcmi i.H 00  Oenoro Mines M  9  Dominion Copper      25  Klkhorii-Moundary        30  Fmrvteu  j  Fisher M*nidcti  3  lliaiit   J  Ursnby Consolidated >lj 00  International Coal        M  Jumbo        $t  Morning t.ilory   1  Mountain Lion  A  Montreal & Ilovton   North Star, (it. K.) /  fayne   Q��.l|>   Kambler-Cariboo      Snll Poll   ft ul li van   $9 ����  "4  ���''���.  1 \0   CHJ  \l  u  M Kuteue   Tom Thuniii   War Ksgle Consolidated   Waterloo (Asa  Faid)   White Bear   5  38  4  it  05  17  iH  COLUMBIA^ COSIEGt  ''"tIt'IV,'.1;'1 I8��2���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home for bIik!-  l*|it�� of both sexes sit moderate rate*.  Has a preparatory class for junior stmi-  eiiw, tloinu grade public school work.  not!8hiKii school work, confers all liigJi  school privileges, and prepares for teachers oxanmiatioiiB. Teaches all branches  01 a. Practical Business Course and gives  lipomas. Uivesa liberal education in  ^ its Collegiate Course and in the La.lien'  �� Oomeo for M.K.L. arK] M.L.A. In Uni-  ;s) vermty work, can take students through  ,-,l the complete Arts Con mo, ami the degree of B.A. can be obtained from T01-  "��fo university, which the college is in  hit a/nhation.  Pol-fuller information and terms write  1 �� J> 'S'PPereli, B.A., B.D , Princi-  P��l:orRev. J. |>. Bowell. Bursar.  WeomnLnrj-."-\,EN AUU WO.M,,.N WITH  wn?JillS ��D"8cho��,1 '-''"dtion. il���,t mo lir.(I of  Jrt ���,if.or smni' w'"-'(,s. to qualify as salmi.- I  fn��in,���if .��r sh"w-curd writers ilironirh rar  hooK Ik by meUil- f'rlccs low'. terms rnsy: no  vom c���?M,ly- leml ,or circular, statlmr whorl  HSi���'^,      "lls ad nn" wl'lch position yon want.  WTERNATIONAL    COKRESPONDIiMCU    SCHOOLS,  wcrantorj, Pa. m  THE FHOJBNJLX. PIONEER.  ���.-���.-���--.���-r-.-:.ThiS-=====  Trade Matk  STANDS FOR  QUALITY  RCGISTCRCD   TnADE   MARK  No matter whether it is on  overalls, shirts,smocks or gloves,  it means much to you. It's our  guarantee that the gaiments are  Union made from the best of  materials, and for fit, finish and  durability cannot be surpassed.  MANUFACTURED BY  Wm.J.McMaster&Sons,  Ltd.  Vancouver, B. C.  SEE  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork  THROUGH    UTAH    AND     COLORADO  Caslle CpIc. Canon of the Rrand  Hlack Canoii, Maialiill and Ten-  ucNsee l'asse��. and the World   '���"aniotis Koyal (5 ur^e ���---- ��� =  l-'ur   Descriptive   and  Illustrated    famplets,  write to  vV. C   McBride, Cienrral Agent,  \i, Third Street PORTLAND, OR.  Most housewives judge the purity  of a flour by its whiteness. White  somehow signifies purity. But while  pure flours arc always white, white  flours are not always pure.  Royal  Household Flour  is the whitest flour that is milled.  It is also the purest. You may think  the flour you are using is about as  white as flour can be. Yet if you  place it beside Royal Household  Flour it wili look yellow by comparison. Ask your grocer for Royal  Household, and make sure th��C h��  understands that you mean k.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.  Montreal.  "Ogilvle's Book for a Coolc," contains 130 pages of excellent recipes,  some never published before.   Your  frocer can tell you how to get it FREE.  52  "THE   MILWAUKEE"  'THE    PIONEER    LIMITED"    ST.   PAUl    TO  CHICAGO.  "Overland    Limited"    Omahs     to    Chicago.  "SOUTH-WEST LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY   TO  CHICAGO.  No trains in the service on any railroad in the world equals in equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  own sleeping and dining cars and give  their pairons an excellence of service  noi obtainable elsewhere.  Berths in their sleepers are longer,  higher and wider than in similar cars  on any other line. They protect their  trains by the Block system.  K. I.. FORD.Commercial Aipent,  Koom j, Marble Sank B.ag., Spokane Wash.  U.S. ROWK. General Agent,  i j* Third Xtreet, rortland. Oreeon.  The Great Northern offers the following rates east: New Haven, Conn.,  account of annual convention Knights  j Columbus, round trip first class,$83.6o  'selling dates May 24, 25 and 29, going  i transit limit, June 9, final limit, return,  i August 31. For further particulars  'apply to M. M. Stephens, agent, Phoe  ! nix.  ���M  WINES  AND   LIQUORS  We buy in carloads direct from the Distiller :  Walker's Rye in barrels and half barrels  "       Canadian Club, Imperial and Baronial in cases.  Gooderham & Worts' in barrels.  " " Special and ordinary in cases.  Brandies���Jules Coadon & Cie,   Charente, France,   Oc-  t.ives, half octaves and cases.  Scotch ���Robertson, Sanderson & Co.,   Leith,   Scotland,  Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes.  Greenwood    Liquor   Co., qreenwood. b. c.  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  A pracfu-al book of nearly a thoiiaand pages useful to all and necessary to  most men en,'ftie,l in tiny brancn of tie Copper Imlustry. i������������������.  ;.  Its facts will piias muster with the trained scientists, and its language is  easirv understood liy the every-day mm. .  It is a,loZen books in one, covering the History, Uses, Terminology Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy,   Metallurgy,  Finances  and  Statistics  of  ��P?t gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.          It liawftiid .lesi-ribes 3,849 copper mines and companies, in all parts 01 the  world", deacriptions running from two line* to 12 pages, according to importance  of the nropertv. ,   ,       ...  Hie COPPER HANDBOOK is conceded to be the  World's Standard Referenos Book on Copssr  The miner needs the book for the facts it give, him about  mines, mining and  "'^Ti.e investor ii.t.Ib the book for the facts it gives him about Mining Invest-  .m-nt,, and Cupper ^Uistics.    Hundred*  of  Swindling  Companies  are exposed  '" "r'u.^^n Buckram, with gilt top ; *7.50 in full library -oro^WUl  be sent fullv prepaid, on approval, toany address ordered, and may be returned  within a week 01 receipt if not found fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Offlca Block. Houghton   Mleh.. U. S. A.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  .  .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  which gives Perfect Work in theshortest  time with the greatest ease cf   juration.  Write for Catalogi  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agsnts, Phoen.x, B. C.  PROVINCIAL.  South Vancouver's tax rate for 1906  is 16 mills.  Armstrong and Moyie will celebrate  Dominion Day.  Vancouver is to have a sky scraper,  a twelve story hotel.  Cranbrook has borrowed $20,000  for municipal improvements.  Grand Trunk Pacific engineers are  laying out the Prince Rupert townsite.  Ten carloads of steel rails have arrived a Golden for the Kootenay Central.  Vancouver clerks have succeeded in  securing the much-agitated Wednesday  half holiday.  Capt. Mikkelson left Victoria last  Saturday in search of the North Pole  and a new continent.  Nelson's new morning paper, the  Canadian, was scheduled to appear yesterday for the first time.  The provincial government has given  a grant of $500 to the Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Society in aid of  the fair of 1906.  The minister of customs, through  Duncan Ross, M.P., has refused to  establish subports at either Enderby,  Armstrong or Kelowna.  The people of Nelson are contemplating setting their clocks an hour fast  so as to give them an hour more daylight in the evenings. The idea emanated from the city council and has  been endorsed by the 20,000 club of  the Kootenay city.  Great activity now prevails in northern British Columbia. In the vicinity  of Skeena river the various canneries  are experiencing much difficulty in  securing help, owing to the demand for  men on the Grand Trunk surveys and  other projected works.  More Than Wlllinz.  The following is no! original. It  was clipped from a Sunday school  paper. We do not know where the  loving talk took place: A young lady  received a proposal by telegraph, and  a request to wire at once. Upon be  ing told by the operator that she could  get ten words for twenty-five cents, she  wired : "Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes,  yes, yes, yes, yes." Another one was  rung up on the telephone and asked  the question, "Will you marry me?"  With a promptness equal to the occasion, she replied, "Yes; who's speaking,  please ?"  GOOD ADVERTISING FOR THE WEST.  Two Parties of Washington Newspaper  Men  Are Coming  Again this summer a large parly of  llie leading Washington newspaper correspondents will make a tour of Western Canada, the guests of the C. P R  and the Western Canadian Immigration Society. Last year a party was  taken from Montreal to the coast and  back; the result being a flood of newspaper articles on Canada's great West,  which did much to familiarize people  all over the United States with the  fact that there was a wonderfully fertile country to the north of them,  which would make an admirable field  for their surplus farming population  to seek fortunes in. So satisfactory  were the results that the experiment  will again be tried, with the difference  that so charmed were the Washing-  tonians with their trip that two excursions will have to be run this year to  accommodate them.  The party this year includes men  writing for groups of newspapers representing almost every state of the  union, each man being head of a news  bureau. Those who will come on the  first trip are: Messrs. T. \V. Strayer,  Pittsburg Gazette: R. W. Dulahan,  New York Sun: Angus McSween,  Philadelphia North American; S. G.  Blythe, New York World; G. H. Mc-  Adani, St. Louis Republican; Jos. L.  Carmichael, Detroit Free Press; Ric.  Lindsay, Kansas City Star and Times;  Ira E. Bennett, Washington Post; E.  E. Lowery, New York Evening Post;  XV. S. Couch, Cleveland Plaindealer;  Richard Hooker, Springfield Republican; and Maurice Splain, Pittsburg  Post.  Sick Headache Cured.  Sick headache is caused by derangement of the stomach and by indigestion. Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets correct these disorders |  and effect a cure. By taking these  tablets as soon as the first indication of  the disease appears, the attack may be  warded off. Get a free sample and try  them.    For sale by J. B. Boyle.  MONTREAL HOUSEWIFE  CAN   NOW   PERFORM  HER USUAL DUTIES-  THANKS TO PERUNA.  FOR   19GG  If you want the best and  ....latest in the line of....  3xm  Printing  Remember that no ofEce in the Bound it ry  or eUewhere can give you better satisfac-  tlon than the JOB DEPARTMENT of the  PHOENIX PIONEER  NEAT   CLEAN   . . .  ATTRACTIVE  PRINTING  That is the kind that pays  That is the kind you want  That is the kind   WE  DO  DUOP   IN   AM)   SEE  CAPITAL AND LABOR NEEDED.  Newspaper Does lis   Part   in   Ihe Attraction  of Bolh.  A writer in the Victoria Week recently had the following about the support of a local newspaper and what  such a publication can accomplish. It  should be read by every business man,  without exception :  "The need of the Kootenay is capital and labor. How does it expect to  get it without a newspaper, and a good  one ? If the newspaper is poor, the  outside people, who are to be attracted, think the community likewise. The  gentleman in business who deems he  has a lead-pipe cinch on the business  in his line in his district, may be quite  right. But if he helps his newspaper,  he is helping himself far more, for he  is attracting settler after settler, capitalist after capitalist, everyone of which  is certain, if the uncharitable gentleman really has his lead-pipe cinch, to  be his customer and increase his profits. During the past twelve months  in mining alone there has been invested more than $1,000,000. There are  two properties working where there  was one before; there are three ranches  where there was one; there are three  sawmills where there were two; there  are seven people where there were six.  And this is due to what? All these  potentialities were here before, but  neither capital nor labor came in. Conditions ate better, but it is the press  that let the world know that those conditions were better."  Josephine Lnpion, Hotel Dieti, Mon-  ireal, Can., writes:  '���/���'our months ago 1 commenced to  take y our Peruna. I can tell you with  .���::i!-c truth that I do four times as  nr.fh work this spring as I did before.  I h.i-.-e done washlngandhouse-cleaning  without becoming much fatigued. 1  !:avo received great benefit through  your medicine and recommend It tn  every one.  " I liuve not had a cold or bronchitis  lh;3 v.-inter. Tho constipation has  c-n tirely disappeared, also the rheums,tio  pains."  One such case as that of Josephine  Ltmieu ought to be all the evidence any  one needs to bo convinced of the pribd-  lcss benefit of Peruna.  This lady was changed from an invalid  into a busy housewife. She asserts that  through Peruna she is able to do four  times as much work as before, that abe  doea not take colds any more, and that  the rheumatic pains and constipation  which had troubled her have rtto-  appeared.  Any medicine that brings about fbeM  changes needs no further recommend.  Three   Good   Cigars  P.ONKKR PUB CO.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Torments of Teller and Eczema Allayed.  The intense itching characteristic of  eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is  instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Salve and many severe cases  have been permanently cured by its  use.    For sale by J. B. Boyle.  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  _ _ The most perfectly appointed Health  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with a com-  pletesystem of Maths���including Turkish and  Russian. Open the year round. The curative  properties of its waters are uuequaled.  Kor Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous and Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ailments.  Vor Eliminating all MctftlliePoUoiis from the  System  The grandeur ot the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls,  floating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursir us  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed (o:  miUJnc��-v H/i&RY McINTOSH,  pTopiieto*-.  Eastern Excursloa  Rates   via   (it.   Northern.  To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,  Superior, Sioux City, Council Bluffs,  Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City,  Houston, Mineola, Tex., Fort William,  Chicago and St. Louis at rates of one  first-class fare, plus $10; returning via  California, $37.15 higher. Dates of  sale: June 4, 6, 7, 23 and 25, July 2,  3, August 7, S and 9, September S and  10. Going transit limit 10 days from  date of sale; final return limit 90 days  or not later than October 31.  'XBsmnoxxmzznu torn as^ "  PrinsJ:ium^s"dnd"SugarDidmond5'' are manufactored en 1;rely from ^  CaneSugar grown on our own Estates. They are absolutely bure.brillidnr in     *  abbearance and possess superior sweetening qualih'es-.-Forfahie use lis :-y .'re delicious.  THE B.C. SUGAR REFINING   CO. iJ0. VANCOUVER.  8  . C .  h *.*2. .**i2��BJC>Jr-COJrt3H����tWv  ���������* ���--.r^rsisr-'.���*���-. ���=-* *.-*e^&e-T^*-*rrx.' -now* "3** ajnwuvBW-ara' v.* -*  ������ .-IV3V. r3C5��..Tr. -( V   *.   v  <&  W^^^M^^E^E^MM  ^;,c"-s  Dominion Day Celebration  ^AT PHOENIX, B. C, JULY 2 and 3 _^*>  Liberal   Prizes   In   All   Events  Base Ball Tournament,  Hose Reel Racing,  Horse Racing,  Machine Rock Drilling,  A Long List of  Caledonian Sports,  Ball in the Evening,  Music by Phoenix Fiic Brigade band.  Special Rates On All Railways  For Particulars, Address  I1  ���d'.'i  e  Fi  fo,;  k  I  1  E. P. SHEA, Chairman.  G. McEACHERN, Sec   if  'AV  MAPLELEAF  OUTING  SHOES  There are running Shoes,  and running shoes, but  none to equal those with  the Maple Leaf Brand on  the sole. They come in  both Tennis and Oxford  styles for Ladies or Gentlemen, Girls or Boys, and  the soles of all are made  from pure para gum  rubber.  Maple Leaf  Lacrosse, Tennis  or Running Shoes  Look well, fit well,  wear  well and are stylish, neat  and durable.  For   sale   by   all   good  shoe dealers.     Ask  for  them.  J. LECKIE CO.,Ltd.  Selling Agents,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  GRFAT  (NORTHERN  SUMMER   EXCURSIONS.  Phoenix to Chicago, St. Louie, St.Paul,  Minneapolis, Duluth, K-uisas City, St.  Joseph, Leavenworth, Omaha, Council  BluH't), Sioux City and Fort William at  first class fare plus $10 for the round  trip. Selling dates July 2nd and Aueust  7th, 8th and 9th, and *ept. 8th and 10th,  j:ood for 90 days, bat not after October  .'jlst. 1906. Ten. days will be allowed  from date of sale on goint: portion of  tickets. Stop-overs will be allowed  west of Missouri river, St. Paul, Duluth  nnd Fort William.  Knights  of  Columbus   Meetino, New  Haven, Conn., June 3kd to 9th.  Selling dates May 24th, 25th and 26th.  Going   transit limit,   June  9th.     Final  return limit, August 31st.  Klks,    Denver.   Colo,  July   17th   to  19th, 1900.  Selling dates, July 10th and loth. Going  Transit limit, Julv 19th.      Final return limit, Sept. 30th," 1906  Odd   Fellows,   Toronto,   Ont.,   Sept.  12-23, 1906.  Selling dates, Sept. 8th and 10th.  Going limit, Sept. 22.    Final  return limit,  Nov. 30th, 19UC.  Knights ok 1'rTHiis, New Orleans,  Oct. 15-25th. 1906.  Selling dates, Oct. 7th and 8th. Going  limit, Oct. 16th. Final return limit,  Nov. 15th.  For the above meetings, first class fare  plus $1.0.  Children of half age will take half the  above rates.  S. G. Yerkks, Asst.-Gen. Pas6. Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  M. M.STKrKENS, Agent, Phoenix, B.C  THE  STRATHC0NA  NELSON. B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  llie Leading Hotel of tie Kootenay  Special  Rates  to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  Daily  o:co a   in.  ��j:oo   n.in.  Spokane        Seattle,  Kvrictt, Hellinghflm  Vancouver   Victoria,   6:25 p.m.  11 ud all Coast  points   :j.   i Spokane, Keruie,  1 Winnipeg,   St.  Caul,   6:25 p.m.  Minneapolis ..,        iir��nd     Forks,    Republic, Curlew, Mar-  /-._r ��� ,���  9:00   a.m.   ��liaBm,   Ferry (MU1.   6.J5P-m-  w��>)   North port, Kossland   , ������ ,. ,���  ���?:0"   "'    Nelson    6:*5!<.m  9:01  M.in .; Kuslo,  Sandon : 6:'j.s p.m.  Kx.   Suu.i _ gx. Suja^_  Connecting at Spoknnc with the famous  41ORIENTAL    LIMITED"  J���OAILY   OVCRLAND   Tfl*IN8"Z  From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul,  Minneapolis!, St. Louis Chicn^o ami nil  poiuiw cast.  Kor complete information, ratei*. berth  renorvtitioii.i, etc., call on or Mddrwts,  M. M. STKl'HKNS. AKent.  Phoenix.  S  U. YKliKK-S. A. O. P. A.,  3enttl��.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  notice.  "Sovereign" Mineral Clafni, situate in the (Jreeu-  wood .Mining Division of Yale District.Where  located:    In "providence cam p.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  Hgent for George W. K'.miberner, Hree Miner's  Certificate No. 1)91433, and Marry Nash, Free  Miin r'�� Certificate No 119(578, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Infpruven.euts, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown ('.rant of ihe above  claim  And further take notice th ��t action, under section 37 mui-t be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 10th day of A^ril, A.D. 1^06  I. H.     Al LKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE,  "old Hird" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.Where  located     in Long Lake Camp  T.aKK NOTICK that I, Isaac 11 Jlallttt, as  ngeiitTor William L. C. Gordon. Free Miner's  > enificate No. B86333, intend, sixty days from the  dute hereof, 10 apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Impiovements, for the purpose of  obtaining a ('rown Grant ofthe above claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such ' ertificate of Improvements.  Dotted this 31st dav of April, A.D. jqo6  34��� . I. H. HALLKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  notice.  "Bounty Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located:  On Wallace Mounta n.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Isaac II. Hallett. Free  Miner's Certificate \*^. Hyi.t-tS, tor myself, and as  agent for Thomas T. Henderson, Free Miner's  Cert.ficalc No. ItbsSoy, intend, sixty days from  dale hereof, lo apply to the V-itiing Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant ofthe above claim.  ��� tnd further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the i nuance  of such t'erttficate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of March   A D   1906.  I. H   HALLKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  I.OTICK.  "Smilax Fractional'am' "Billy Fractional" Mineral Clams, situate 111 the Greenwood Mining  Division of'Yalc District,    Where h-catcd: In  Skylark Camp  TaKLC Xi/riCktliull  Isaac H.  Hallett,   Free  Mint r's Certificate No. B91448, for myself, and as  agent fcr Albert K. Ashcrott, Flee Miner's Cerli;  ficaie No.   B9I76q,   intend,  sixty days from  the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining   Recorder for  < erUficates of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commeuced before the issuance  of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 16th day of April, A.D.1906.  34>- I. H   HALLKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NGTICE.  "Four Paw" and "Little Dalles" Mineral Claims,  siiuatc in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District.    Where located: Iu Greenwood  Camp.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, agent  William    J.    Porter,    Free    Miner's   Certificate  No. B915S9, intend sixty days from date hereof,  to apply to the Mining "Recorder for Certificate*  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that act'on, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificates t f Improvements.  Dated this 27th day oi November, A.D. 190*.  I. H.HAIXfiTT.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  IN THE SUPREME  COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the 2ind day  of May, i;o6, it wasordered by Mr. Justice Morn-  son , that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator in  aud for the Grand Forks and Greenwood Electoral Di-tricts, be adrniiiistratot ofall and singular the estate of Conrad Gustafson. formerly of  Phoeuix, 11.C, deceased, intestate.  Every person indebted to said deceased is re-  quired to make payment forthwith to the undersigned, and evcrv person having in possession  effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver same over to the undersigned.  Every creditor or other person having any  claim upon or interest in the distribution ofthe  estate of the deceased is required before the 1st  day ol July, 19-56, to send by registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his name and address  aud full pa: Uculars ot his claim or interest aud a  statement of his account and the nature ofthe  security (if auy) held by him, verified by Statutory Declarhtiou.  After the said 1st day of July, 1006, the administrator will proceed with the distribution of the  estate, having regard to those claims only of  which he shall then have had notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, the 29th day of  May, 1906.  A. ('. Sutton,  Official Administrator,  Grand Forks B. C.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  IN THE SUPREME COURT  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  In the matter of the estate oT J. W. Cascadden,  late of Phoenix, British Columbia, deceased,  intestate.  NOTICK is hereby given that on the 22nd day  of May, 1906, it was ordered by Mr. Justice Morrison, that'A. ('. Sutton. Official Administrate r iu  and forthe Grand Forks and Greenwooc Electoral Districts, be administrator ot* all and singular the estate of J. W, Cascadden, late of Phoenix,  deceased, intestate.  Every person indebted to the deceased is requited to make payment forthwith to the undersigned and every person having in possession  effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver same over to iindt-rstyned.  Every creditor or other person having any  claim upon or interest in the distribution ofthe  estate ofthe deceased is required before tlie 1st  day of July, 1906, to send by registered letter addressed to the undersigned his name and address  and full particulars of his claim or tntere. t and a  statement ot his account and the nature of the  security (if any) held by him, verified by Statutory Declaration.  After the said ist day of July, 1906, the administrator will proceed with the distribution of ti'e  estate, having regard to those claims oi.ly of  which lie shall then have had notice.  Dated at Grand Forks. It. ��'., the 20th day ot  May, ujctf>.  A    C  SITTON,  Official Administrator,  Grand Forks, U. C.  90-day Round Trip  Excursions  East  U'INNII'KC.,    IT.    ARTHUR,   ST.  PAUL.   DUI.U'l'If.  Through  Excursion  Fares  Toronto. Montrt-ai, Mnratimt;  Provinces, New ICn^iand on  application.  .   .   Dates of Sale   .   .  June 4, (i, 7, -\v --5;  July   2,  .;; Aug.  7, S, 9; Sept. S, 10.  Tickets Niilijrcts to tin; usual variation of route anil include meals and  berth on Canadian Pacific steamers on  Great Lakes.  For rates, folders  and  tickets  apply  to local ai;ent or to  A. \V. Hai.kv, I-'.. J. Ci-ivi.t,  A-ent, A.C.I'.AgU  Phoenix.  P.C.     Vancouver, B.C.  J.   S. Car ikk, D. 1'. A.  Nelson. B.C. H8BB  THE PHQENtS: PIONEER.  'jyvu  i ^  ill  mm  1fS  I'll  :WWWWWig  In Such Legitimate Shares  as   Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a so'id 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.  In and Around Phoenix  URIKF   TOPICS   OF   l.OCAI.   AND   CKNKKAl.  INTKRKST   TO   PHOENICIAN'S.  KODAKSIbinns' furniture storf!  MINING C14IMS A!*D STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Sfocfts Will Bring Quick Returns.  Will Sell Today;  >. j     Boyle, tlie  Dm  Drug  G ran by   Dominion ��� ���..   International CohI   Altiambra (Cocur d'A.).,  Copper King   Oro Denoro.-   Burke.   Bullion   Happy Day.-   Heckln   Idaho Mont. S   Soiiora (Coeur d'A.)..  Snow Storm.   Stuart   Furnace Cr. (Cula.)...  Sullivan   Skylarl ..-.    J.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B. C  leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  east  being  and  Corner Knob Hill Ave., unrf First St..  PHOENIX, B. C.  New and 1'p-to-dRie,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  J. A  McMASTER  Proprieim.  "O"  _9.   -���__���_^_���_-___-______________v.'.-^  i,lu^Uu.^u.u^.Uu. Uuy^uy^uj\Uuj^U/Uiu/^^,A _M_V ^UU/ V���ftCr* ___(/ ____/ ___{/ ___(/ ___f ____/ .UfcW V^^U/- V|U��/V\f_>  ^rl&fcrj9^**^ri9w\^al**k^tal^rl0G.fit*a^iJ^9^^ri*^a^^a^*Kria^Girr  dominion f3oteI  m  m  m  ��lb 3ronstfces Hve.,  This is the Largest Hotel iu tlie City  aud has been improved aud refitted,  being well adapted for mining ami  travelling men. Bathroom. Bar well  stocked with choice goods. Dining  Room undei personal charge of the  proprietress.  pboenir, J3.-C.  Mrs. P. L.  TeicPHONE No. 77.  McKELVEV, Prop.  JooaBQoooooog 0000C1B0ti,0Ba,0g  THE   ONLY   FIRST-CLASS    AND    UP-TOOATE  HOTEL   IN    PHOENIX  Ibotel rJBroofcl^n  *tw PNOM   CVLUia   TO   ROOF  .  ���far uwu iioomi m tmi  ���OUKDAKT  opvoam  obiat  horthikn  STATION  BATHROOM*    in    OONNtOTIOK  JAMES MARSHALL, Proprietor  II>boentr, 3S.C  Buckless   Brothers  Prompt  Attention  to all  Orders  Express and Baggage Transferred to   and  from all Trains.  Heavy Draying���Furniture Moving.  Phoenix, B. C.  Telephone No. 17  ICECREAM|==:EACfllNE=  Fresh made  Candy  Cakes and  Bread  Draisey s   Candy  Kitchen,  Next to Knob Hill Cafe  First Slreel.  anything  in    our  We can save you money  on your Laundry Bill,!  and'do the  work! ,||pi  promptly  in   c;~^ i^Mm  Class Style.  Wagon calls in   any   part    IWCI  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and   Saturdays, and we make a specially  of Short   Orders   when  desired.  'PHONE 59,   GREENWOOD  ^S&nSSSV kaundry\Kflob M* ^ Ptoenix, B.C.  is suited, and that  is the way it is  with each one who  buys  WATCHES,  RINGS, ETC.,  at this store. \VC  trV to excel in  every thing that  makes this a popular place to  buv  Lowney's chocolates at Boyle's.  The old reliable,   Boyle the  ist.  Hannam's milk sutlers  no   addition  or subtraction.  New and second   hand  goods   sold  by R. J. Gardner.  Chief of Police  Flood  is out again  after some ten days' illness.  lugs and art   squares   from   $1.75  up, at Binns' Furniture Store.  See .Miss   McDonald,   milliner,   for  Singer sewing machines and supplies.  .Miners, attention. If you want  solid comfort, stay at Hotel  Brooklyn.  John A. McMaster visited Eholt  this week, looking after his vested in 1  terests there.  For Sale.���Old -Miners' Union hail.  Apply to John Mclnnis, chaiiman  Board ol Trustees.  The Laseball club announces a ball,  to be given at Miners' Union hall  next Wednesday evening, June 6th.  I     Only $1.25  for six months   for the  Pioneer, and   your  friends   back-  will know all about the Boundary  The several new   fire   hydrants,  dered by the city council, were  installed this week by   the   water  light company.  A. S. Hood is manufacturers agent  for "Pharo" and "Pebble" cigars. Mail  orders promptly filled in any quantities at factory prices.  Monday evening a meeting of the  Dominion Day celebration committee  will be held at the city hall, and a full  attendance is requested.  O. B. Smith, Jr., mine superintendent for the Granby Co, has been  under the weather for several days, but  is once more out again.  Buckless Brothers is a new firm recently formed here, for the purpose of  carrying on a general drayage and express and transfer business.  Sarsapanlla, as every one knows, is  the best spring tonic. Ask for Churchill's. One hundred doses for one dollar at Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  This week Joshua E. Mills sold his  residence and lot on the south side  of Brooklyn avenue, to Donald J.  Matheson, the price not being made  public.  There are three reasons why our  brushes are attracting attention.  Quality of goods; lowness of price, and  good assortment.���Thomas Drug Co.,  Ltd.  It is the intention of the band organization, to give a ball on Wednesday, June 20th, to raise the balance of  the fund needed to pay for the instruments.  Considerable delay in the completion of the new Deane hotel has been  experienced by the non-receipt of the  lath necessary for the plastering, which  is to be done by Medill & Co.  That Back Yard Assessment. Our  Chloride of Lime, at 25c. a can, and  Crude Carbolic Aod, at 25c. a pint,  will do the work in twenty-four hours.  ���Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  If you want deeds, mortgages,  leases, bills of sale, agreements or  documents of any kind promptly and  carefully prepared, go to A. S. Hood,  Notary Public, Bank Block.  As will be noticed from the advertising columns, the first solid carload of  soap ever brought to Phoenix or the  Boundary, arrived here this week for  the Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd. I  A contribution of $100 has been'  made by the Granby Consolidated to  the Dominion Day celebration here.  The Cascade Water, Power & Light  Co. has subscribed $25 for the same  purpose.  About a dozen members ol the local  lodge of the Knights of Pythias attended the funeral of A. G Inglis Tuesday  at Greenwood, deceased being a member of the order, who was killed last  Sunday at the Sunset mine.  Sunday week Phoenix Lodge No.  28, Knights of Pythias, will hold its  annual church parade to the Presbyterian church, where an appropriate  sermon will be preached   by   the   pas-  bin'   111!  &  u  1     J. L. Martin will  Coal shares.  Purify first consideration  the Druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist,   at Ins office,  Bank block, June roth to  14th.  Special attention   given   to   Miners'  Dinner Buckets at Hotel Brooklyn.  Prescriptions a specially at   Boyle's.  Sewing machines to rent, $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald,   milliner.  Marsh hotel building for rent after  May 1 st. Apply R. |. Gardner,  Hardy Block.  See our Early English dining room  suite. The latest finish. Binns' Furniture Store.  At present there are but four  patients in the hospital, the smallest  record for many months.  When feeling like having just a  wee drappe Scotch, call at the Brooklyn and have a wee taste McCallimi's  Perfection.  The Great Northern Railway will  sell through return tickets to London,  Ont., May 2Sth to June ist, inclusive,  account of Canadian Presbyterian Assembly, good to return until Jul)' 31st,  at rate of $72.85; to Ottawa, selling  dates June 4th and 5th, good for sixty  days, first class at rate $jg 85. j  As showing the importance of the  local sub-port of customs to I'hoenix,  as well as its value as a revenue producer to swell the financial turplus bf  the Dominion government, it may be  mentioned that considerably more than  a thousand dollars per month has  been taken in since its establishment  here  A farewell social was given last ev\n  ing by the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church to Mr. and Mrs. J. E.  Mills, who expect to leave in a few  days for Winnipeg, Mrs. Mills having  been one of the most energetic workers in the church for the last six and  a half years. A pleasant time was enjoyed by those who were present last  night, and a present of some sterling  silver was made.  Are showing some of the latest designs in Buffets, Sidt  Combination Buffet and China Cabfnets.  Ali new goods, prices range from $18 to $155  DINING' ROOM CHAIRS.  oak   frames,  bo,iii|.  genuine   l,-:ii|ler      ��<">/���  CAMERAS  and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUI'I'LIES,  and can   furnish   anything   wanted  this line, for   the  amateur  or  profes^  sional.    Call and see our lines.  Also large stock   of local   views   to  send to friends.  An elegant set of Diners, quarter cut  seats, live small chairs, one arm. set complete   Surface Oak 1 Hneis  . $2 each.  Several good oak arm chairs. . . . $4* 75 each.  .    .    BINNS    .    .  FURNITURE. UNDEKT,\|, 1 vr  .Agents  for  tilt* fiiKiuus OMtTinour  MhU;ch��. ^'  McRae Bros. J Mt,  LIMITED. j  Stationery,    Wall Paper,     j  Fancy Goods, Etc.  Agent  for   Mason   &   Risch   Pianos.  THIS IS THE TIME  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. ChishoJm, Prop.  Conducted in Fiist-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention 10 dining   room  well   furnished  Dominion Avenue  to order your  supply  of   Fire Wood,  either   for   immediate  use   or for the!  future.    All orders promptly filled,    j  -���-���-���-  CiKNKRAI.    SANITARV    AN'O    SC'AVKSCKK  WOKK  DOSE ON  SHOKT NOTICK.  D. L. Mclntominey  City Scavenger,  TEL. No. B32. PHOENIX, B.C.  i Phoenix Bee*  ��� _____ ������_   As made by the present brewer is admittedly die  Best Beer in the Boundaiy. With the Best Mali  and the I'urest Spring Water it is unexcelled iw  quality.      Insist   on   having   PHOENIX   lil'.l'.k.  Si-king Watkk Ick for Sale.  Botti-kd Bkkk and Portkr.  T  Phoenix  Brewing Company  BINER &��� SONS,   I'ROi'RiKTORS  Boundary Side Lights  :  line.    Fine goods,  prompt   attention  and     reasonahU  prices attract   tb<  good  people win  buy here.  A. BLACK  tor, Rev. Samuel Lundie.  Word was received by the Buckless  family this week that Frank Buckless'  mother, living at Chateaugay, New  York, was near death's door, and Mr.  Buckless, who has been spending a  short season at Halcyon Hot springs,  was at once notified.  Duncan McDougall this week started work on a double cottage on his  lots on lower Dominion avenue. Each  will have four rooms, and will be completed in about six weeks. He could  doubtless rent a couple of dozen such  houses if he had them.  Recently the Pioneer stated in re  ferring to the new flag pole erected at  the school house, that it was supplied  by Frank Buckless. This we are informed was an error, as the pole was  furnished by Murdock Mclntyre, proprietor of the Palace livery stable  The Greenwood band is giving a  benefit ball next Monday at Masonic  hall, to purchase new instruments.  This week iumber was being hauled  on wagons from Grand Forks to Franklin City, for the erection of the first  hotel for that new townsite, to be built  by B. Lequime.  A postoffice is expected to be established shortly at Franklin City. The  Dominion Express Co. has already  made arrangements to have goods delivered there over the new stage line  from Grand Forks.  James Hunter, of Hunter  Brothers,  Rossland, and Chas S. Slawson, both  heavily interested in  the Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  Ltd., are  reported to have  purchased some 8,000 acres   of  land  adjoining   the  R. G. Sidley ranch oh  Anarchist mountain, for a price approximating $50,000.      The tract is a few  miles northwest of Molson, Wash., on  the British   Columbia side, and is said  to include one of the   finest  pieces of  timber land  in  this entire section, the  route of the   V.,   V.    &    E.   running  through it, and the C.P.R. survey west  of Midway also traversing the property.  Knew How to Take ihe  Hint.  A subscriber in   Toronto   sent   the  ! Pioneer two plunks this week, and enclosed the following item clipped from  this great family journal recently:  "Subscribers to the Phoenix Pioneer  can renew their subscriptions by sending $2 to this office at any time. Those  already behind, of which there are a  few, will confer a favor by attending  to the matter without delay, as typographical artists must eat, like other  people." <  If there are others���of which each  one should know���in the tame box,  in Toronto or Timbucktoo, we shall  be pleased to hear from them along  the same lines. The label tells the  story.  YOUNG ADAIIREKS  follow ill tho footslons  ol"  their elders.  It's born in you to love beautiful jeweliy  and the desire shoulil  be  encouraged in  a proper man tier.  RINGS, CHAINS AND LOCKETS  are a part of the feature of our new  stock for spring. They're very pietty  and extremely reasonable. It's almost  cheaper to buy than not to. >'��e for  yourself.    That will settle it.  georgITk dey,  JEWELER,  Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  Ofkick and  Brkwkrv,  Bannkr St.  -���-���-���-���-���-  PHOENIX.  B.C.  ��� 1  Clothing!  The BEST, Cheapest j  and most satisfactory ;  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,eto,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheu'ESt prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. KNOB III_I.RAv^..M,'.��s,.x.  ARE WE BUSY? YES.  But not too busy to  handle more orders for  High Grade custom  Suits. You will never  find a better time to  order a suit than now.  We guarantee fit in any  respect and have a large  stock of goods to select  from.  You should have new-  togs for the Celebration.  We are also agents for the famous  20th CENTURY  %&S��3S)��G)��$G^ 0?^5Xi)I>5<iX��^���<jXi^i>^tYi>iV  Real  Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Share* in all  the  loading mines bought and sold.  G.W. Rumberger  Information    about    Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion   Ave.  Telephone No.  28  BBAND OF  Men's Fine  Tailored    Garments  ^ Phoenix, B.C.  The best of its kind in Canada.  Closing out our stock  of Hats. Choice Goods,  and   only  $1.00   each.  R. HORRELL  "Bob, the Tailor"  Knob Hill Ave. PHOENIX, B.C.  PALACE MEAT MARKET  liOMlNIOS  AVI'' , I'HOENIX,  B.C.  Fresh and   Salt  Meats.  ivi. No. 12. Fish,   Poultry  and   Oysters.  FIIIKI,  J. iVi.athe-son  insurance Htjent  fikic.      i.irr.  a N1 >  ACr.'iiJH.N"!'.  IIO.\l)5,  COM.MI.SWIO.N'KIt     KOII     TAKINC  ~~ I'l.ATK  AI'I'IIIA VITS  < SI..VS-  PHOEMX,   H-<  School Report for May.  The following is the public school  report for May, as furnished by C. L.  Thornber, the principal :  Total daily attendance, 1285.  Total actual  attendance, 1249.  Average daily attendance, 5S.40.  Average actual attendance, 56.77.  Pupils neither absent nor tardy :  Division 1���Ada Pierce, Etta Murray, Robt. Draisey, Alvin Hendrickson,  William Johns, Eddie Murray, Harry  Swanson.  Division 2���Riched Elmgreen, Albert Elmgreen, Arthur Walters, Mariana Mussatti, Umberto Mussatti, Elma  Swanson.  0%  William i^untn (Ha l��ih  Biimiitunt Aimuir.  =:THE JEWELER:  Beginning tomorrow the Sunday  School sessions of St. Andrews Presbyterian church will be held at 10 a.  m. The morning services will be  held at 11 a. m., and the evening services at 7.30 p. m., the latter as   here  1 tofore.    Those interested   will   please  j take notice.  n IssfegMSBi  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  ��?. : ^ a ',1,Ce "0l,,,V and "l-to-da.e suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for   spring     We sell the kind ,hat wear well and look well  sofn^hirtf Voar"f"i " hard to duplicate our hand-  some ine of men's shirts, i��� golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and ���lealc���S,o�����l  stuirw/T? bA '"^m a���?SOr,mt;',,. Just in, of those new  spring blocks, m Black and Brown, also a nice range of  straw and linen hats.  MelS1h^OUrlin,e"fsh"eS is c"'"Plfte, you should  sec the,, b^re purchasu,,. Ou, patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  B��y.,?.^S-,A ".T 1" ��' |,t'"'' fi"i,,E norfolks   ��",J   I'hree  piece suits, sivhsh.  See our h���e of Ladies' �� ais.s, |���dics' Shirts, Ladies' Co  Indies  Shoes Ladies' l.i,���.��� Underwear, Children's  Wash  Mi esses.  Oil Is' and  Boys' waists  illais,  The  WLLfAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  I

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