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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 1, 1907

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Array 11  !l-VJVi-'��W^<'--','-^-*'��'**"*',1  ������������'krrffXW&'r'jh'!'-'^*'' ���'-*  ����-o  ��  '.-'���'. '���" ���'���''*'  r>'{!    1  "^IMl  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL  "T'lTlilll  Leg islat/Ve 5?"  Eighth Year.  PHOENIX,  BRITISH -COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE r, 1907.  V    b r ���  %����� 1    it,    if Wiiii  ^^b-RlA.-B. (J^>^  No.   28  SPECIAL REDUCTION  w   t\   L ;,��  Beginning today   and  during the  month of June, we will  offer our  Entire Stock  MINERS' SCAM  IS SETTLED  Boundary   Men I Get  Good Increase*  OF  Men's  ATA  :  ���  J 0P<cent Discount  This is not a sale of old or shop-worn goods.  It includes our new spring stock which we  have just opened up���made by the best  clothing houses in Canada. :: :: :: ::  We are very heavily stocked with Men's  Clothing this spring, and owing to the recent  shut-down at the Mines our sales in this department have not been what they should;  hence we have decided to take this means of  reducing our clothing. :: :: :: :: :: "  Our suits range in' price from $15.00 to  $30.00 and comprise a great variety of the  most popular patterns and fabrics. :: :: ::  See to it that you are among the first to take  advantage of this offer.     ::    ::    ::    ::    ::    ::  Have   50c   Advance  Underground��� 10% Above.  The 1HIH CO. UD  $$$S$���$**M**MMMaMMMU  mMm<m��.*M��*%m*W!Mgmmi  We make no idle boast, when  we say that we have the finest selection of WALL PAPER ever shown  in Phoenix, and at prices to suit  every one, ranging from 25c. to $1.00  for a double roll, comprising all the  best shades in Ingrains, Light and  Dark with the new Scenic Borders  in Landscape effects to go with them.  We have them in Silk and Brocade  effects, in Panel effects, Flowered  effects, and the effect they will have  on your Parlor, Sitting Room, Bed  Room or Dining Room will be marvelous, and for the finishing touches  to the wood work, we have  VARNISH   STAINS  in Oak, Golden Oak, Antique Oak,  Dark Oak, Rosewood, Cherry, Walnut and Mahogany.  In art enamels we have White,  Sky Blue, Pink, Red, Green, and  Black and a full line of Floor Paints,  and House Paints in all the best  shades.  JWraifc^:  $rCj.  iggsm^nm  For the last two weeks there has been  a series of meetings between the committees from the miners' unions and  the mine managers, looking to are-  adjustment of the wage scale generally  for all men employed'at the^district  mines. In fact, the meetings-have  been so numerous and there hasJbeen  so much voting, that most men ; were  unable to keep track of the proceedings, unless the entire time was devoted to that one thing.   ,v  However, in brief, the miners 'have  accepted by a large majority and a  referendum vote the latest proposition  of the mine managers, which gives an  advance of 50 cents per day to men  employed underground, with a ten per  cent advance to those employed above  ground. This scale seems to be eminently satisfactory to the .men in this  camp. Of course, many of the men  are absent on vacations, but when the  ballots were counted last Wednesday  night, it was found that 347 weire in  favor of and but 75 men were against  the new scale. Thus, by showing the  give and take spirit, the miners of the  Boundary have received a substantial  increase over the old scale, to compensate them for the increased cOst of  living. " v/  The above vote is the combined result from counting the ballots cast by  the members of both Phoenix Union  No.-3iand Greenwood Union No. 22.  Neatly every mine in camp has been  pultinfron men this week, with-the except'"'.!' of the Snowshoe, which is making some extensive changes to, its electrical equipment, and is not ready yet  for a large force. However,'the Snow-  shoe will soon be a heavy "shipper,  probably in the neighborhood of 1,060  tons of ore per day;1 --" -:-y.' ���):~":_t.''-yH  ��� Following is the scale of wages that  was finally offered by the mine managers, accepted by the miners and :is  now in effect: \  Raising above 40 feet   Sinkers    Machine men   Barmen    Muckers   Nippers..   Chutemen.   Chutemen helpers, not handling powder   Timbermen   Timbermen helpers   Underground Drivers, not caring for stock   Underground Drivers, caring  for stock   Underground Drivers, loading  and unloading, and handling powder   Blasters   Blaster's helpers, not spitting  holes   Blacksmiths   Blacksmith's helpers   Cage Tenders   Skip Tenders   Station Tenders   Pumpmen     Laborers   Carpenter's helpers   Machinists. .. ���   Compressor Engineers   Motormen   Head Brakemen .���   Back Brakemen   Electrician helpers   Firemen   Steam Motormen   Hoistmen, double drum.....  Hoistmen, single drum, one or  two shifts    ...  Hoistmen, single drum, three  shifts   Crushermen   Crushermen helpers   Teamsters, not caring for  stock   Teamsters  caring for stock...  Fitters, on surface   Pipemen, underground   Trackmen   Trackmen helpers..........  Railroad  Dump Car Loaders  Notes  . The Granby's Gold Drop mine was  contributing , to the ore output this  week, as usual.   ���        '���'''���������"���  An electric hoist is to be installed at  the Tip Top mine, which . has ��� been  showing so well of late.  ..' Some of the.high grade mine operators, who are working on a close margin, think the raise in wages in the  Boundary will not help them very  much.    . ".'.,"."   .. .:"���'���'.  ��� Wm. Eyre, a millman of long experience, has been secured to. have  charge of the s'tamrj mill at the (iari-  boo-McKinney mine, and arrived at  the property this week.  Motor and new arid heavier rail  equipment for the Snowshoe mine has  been received1 at the property, and no  time is being lost by Supt. Biesel in  getting the new installation completed.  Just where the compressor for the  Crescent mine.is,at present, does hot  seem to be known,'but it was supposed  to have been shipped from the manufacturers at Montreal something like a  month ago.      ,".    <  Quarters are being built at the  LeRoi, six miles from Camp McKin-  ney, which was recently bonded by a  syndicate of Phoenicians for $30,000.  Active development' wilL soohJ be  started.  '- F. P. Buck, who-is largely interested  in the Golconda Mines Ltd., visited  the Golconda mine this week, and was  pleased with; the, development being  done now at that property in the long  tunnel.  !tt  Phoenix Amalgarriateqf  Planning Worki  Psesident F. P. Buck Was In1  ..;.'*    Camp This Week.^  $4  -���4  4:  4:  31  3:  3-  3  4  3  5��  CO  25  :s��  ;75  00  ���5��  3 5o  3 75  4  4  3  4  3  3  4  3  4  3  3  4  4  3  3  3  3  3  4  4  00  SO  5��  40  75  5o  00  75  00  3��  3��  40  40  80  60  5��  80  80  40  5��  4 25  Vote of tbe Smeliermen.  Wednesday a vote was taken by the  Grand Forks smeltermen on the new  wage scale which was agreed to by the  union committee and the smelter  management. The result was 49 for  and 75 against. Those best acquainted with the situation state that there is  every likelihood of the matter being  adjusted satisfactorily very shortly. It  is understood that whatever scale is  agreed on at the Granby smelter will  also be adopted at the two other  smelting plants in the Boundary.  Latest Prices In Metals.  New Yokk���Copper, electrolytic, $23.'-  00 @ $23.75;  lake. $24.00 @ $25.00.  BarBilver, 6ti%  Leadt |fl.00 to $8,00,  Charles Rundsberg, an experienced  mining manfrom Sail Lake city, has  been appointed superintendent of the  Dominion Copper Co.'s mines .in this  camp.; He arrived, late last week with  Mrs. Rundsberg. ,,,-��  A few days more" will finish up the  diamond drilling contract of Boyles  Bros, at the1 Elkhorn mine, after which  some bore holes will probably be put  in at the 'Strathrnore, another of  Greenwood's high grade producers;-  V  It is understood to be "the intention  of the Dominionj Copper Co. to erect  new and commodious office buildings  in the near futurft;bn the Idaho flat  in^thjs camp,' thaV^^i^eni--building- to  be used for residential purposes.  Last Sunday night the C.P.R. took  out a train of 20 ore-cars from the  Dominion Copper Co.'s^Brooklyn and  Rawhide mines}here,Ythe first this  month. Shipments have been regular  since then, the Idaho also being on  the list.  Two furnaces having been blown in  at the Dominion Copper Co.'s Boundary Falls smelter Thursday morning,  the third and new one���the largest in  Canada���will also be blown in as soon  as the men to operate it can be had  A number of men can get employment  at once at this smelter, Manager  Thomas states.  Citizens of Greenwood state that  the light now being furnished by the  Greenwood City Water Works C��-  from the newly completed hydro-electric plant at Boundary Falls, is far superior to that hitherto availahle from  Cascade. All the high grade mines  around Greenwood that have electric  power are now taking.this, power.  Last Tuesday two furnaces were  blown in at the Granby smelter, and  the next day two more were placed in  commission. Today it is expected  that, another will be blown in, making  five out of the battery of eight blast  furnaces. As fast as the men can be  had and the coke comes^ in, the full  battery will be smelting ore,  Sunday night the British Columbia  Copper Co.'s smelter at Greenwood  was blown out for repairs to the water  supply. The shieve wheel at the big  hoist at the company's "Mother" Lode  mine, had broken, necessitating repairs  there, and advantage was taken of it  to do some repairing at the smelter for  a few days. The furnacesjare expected to be blown in againjt&fay.  . Ft P. Buck,,president; of the Phoenix Amalgamated CopperrMines, Ltd.;  arrived in ,the city, direct from New  York, last Sunday, with Mrs. Buck  andj. Cleveland Haas," M.E.| of Spokane,'who is also-interested in the  proposition.; This company is the consolidation of three. cotnpanies that  owned claims oh the south side of this  camp; adjoining the properties of the  Granby Consolidated; The amalgamation took place not quite'6 year ago,  and since then ��� Mr. Buck-has- been  busy getting matters.in.shape to begin  operations on a considerable scale. ,  The most important claim of the  company was and is the War Eagle,  which is equipped, with machinery, bqt  no, development has been done oh the  group for several years. The high  price of copper, however, has, been no  ��mall stimulant, and it is a certainty  that operations^ will "be-'"started" within  the next 60 days with a good force of  men. The shares of the amalgamated  company are . largely owned , in .the  Eastern Townships of Quebec by  people who" have held their "inteiests  for years, confident in the ultimate out-  corne^of the properties, being in' such  a favorable neighborhood. A number  of Boundary, residents are also interested. Several more claims were( acquired and' added to  the group last  year;  ' ���"'   :'VvJ' "'��� "' "' '"'' ' ?.,  : Knowing the interest felt in the concern locally and .abroad, the Pioneer  asked Mr. Buck for a statement regarding  the plans of the company, and he  said: ;'.. ���'.,-  "You may state that plans are now  complete for the operation of ��� the  properties of the Phoenix Amalgamat-  edj.andjhaxthereis now,#p^iquestiqn  that they will-be in operation'in a few  weeks. All of the capital necessary is  now available, the details having been  definitely arranged, and we will begin  systematic development in 60 days or  less, with the intention of making .the  mines profitableproducers. Carrying out  these plans has been a slow process  with us, owing to"certain" contingencies  that arose, but they are-now in definite and final shape, I am glad to say.  ���'I am starting.right.back, east this  week, and expect to return very shortly,  when a crew of men will be put on,  the first thing probably being some  diamond drilling."  Mr. Buck left Thursday morning  over the Great Northern for Spokane  and the east, expecting to be back in  Phoenix inside of a month. This was  Mr. Buck's third visit here, having  been here twice before when his son,  C. G. Buck, was in charge of the de  velopment then being carried on at  the War Eagle.  KILLED HER SISTER  AT GRAND FORKS  Stt;uck#atal BK)w*lfity ;Si$k  News comes from Grand Forks of  the killing of Bella Donnan by her  sister .Stella- Thursday^srhbrnirig, the  deed being done in a fit of anger. It  appears that the two girls had had a  quarrel .'..oyer the use of the kitchen  ftoverQ^for, washing,5and .the -other,  ���for<;, ironing. During the quarrel the  elder sister, Stella, picked up a stick of  fire wood and struck Bella just behind  the ear, .Bella felWand shortly thereafter expired) to, the.horror of the sister  who had done,the fatal act.  It appears that the two girls are of  a large family, the father having been  emploped at the C. P. R. shops at  Eholt fOr some time, and that the  dead girlLwasnot the brightest of them.  One of them had been a school teacher  for several terms .at,,the public  school  at Ehpit': ": "*''. ���;���'....'."'  Dr. C. M. Kingston, the coroner,  empanelled a jury and held an inquest  Thursday, the jury returning a verdict  that deceased came to her death unintentionally at the hands of her sister.  N.Y. CAPITAL  INWESTFORK  Taking    Over    Gold  Drop Group.  PHOENIX ^oViWiyiNQ Q00D HKlC  Woa Otce ��t ureenwood aid Tied Aoelher  ������:.; ��� ��� .Hard; Foachi Qame.r.  ; There were some surprises at the  base ball tournament held on the 24th  and 25th of May,;at Greenwood, and  the Phoenix fans came back with one  scalp at their belt, together $150 in  prize money. As the result base ball  in the Boundary is now at fever heat,  and the next event is looked forward to  with added interest, with a chance of  no little cash changing hands on the  outcome. '  The first game was between Phoenix  and Greenwood; and the boys from  Boundary's chief mining.town,'although  handicapped by little.practice, did not  do a thing to the Greenwood nine,  coming out victors by a score of 14 to  4. That was on Friday. The next  day the vistors' played with the ball  tossers from Oroville, Wash., and they  had their hands full. .The Yankees  played gOod ball and understood the  game., iThe rooting was-in favor of the  Oroville fans," probably 'because Phoe  nix had won the first game. Phoenix  led all the way, but at the end of ten  innings, when time was called, the  score was 10 to 10, the Oroville nine  evening things up by some wild plays  on the part of Phoenix. It was decided to play the game off in Midway  on June 9th for a purse of $400. Details ate now being arranged, and it is  a certainty that several hundred will  witness the'game when it is pulled off.  Subscriptions for the $200 to be put  up by the Phoeuix team are being received by Harry James, manager of  the club, and it is expected that a spe--  ial train will be secured from the Great  Northern for the club and its friends  to Midway next Sunday, week.  P. V. Perkins Made Examina-  tion of Property.  P. V. Perkins,1 a member of the  Perkins Brokerage Go.j with offices in  New York and Denver, was a visitor  here this week, leaving again on Wednesday direct for his New York office.  Through W. H. Callicotte, whose  father is a personal acquaintance of Mr.  Perkins,'the latter came to the Boundary to look at some promising mining  properties up the West Fork of Kettle  river, and made a trip to that district  accompanied by Mr. Callicotte, spending last Sunday at the mines. He  was so well satisfied with the showings  in that section that he at once arranged for a lease and bond on the Gold  Drop group of three claims from Tom  Murray, at a figure which has not been  made public.  The Gold Drop group lies not far  from the Sally, the Duncan and other  well known producers in that section,  and it is the intention of Mr. Perkins  to arrange for the beginning i.f development work at once.  Speaking to the Pioneer man, Mr.  Perkins stated: that he . thought most  favorably of the West Fork country,  from his brief inspection, and believed  that" if such showings were in some of  the districts how in the public eye,  they would command all the capital  needed or desired for development.  Mr. Perkins' concern is operating  heavily in Nevada, especially in the  Bullfrog section, and he himself makes  a trip across the continent about every  other month, to look after his many  business interests in that section.  Hereafter the Boundary will be included in his itinerary. Mr. Calli-  cotte's father is in charge of one of his  properties being operated at Bullfrpg,  and Mir." Perkins will be-back in the  Boundary in che course of another  month. He thinks that 400-ounce  silver ore is good enough for anyone,  and he proposes to go after it with  ample capital for all needs. Mr. Callicotte will look after the affairs of the  syndicate in the Boundary. It now  has-two 50-foot shafts, with a splendid  showing of high grade ore.  Peck's Bad Boy drew a good audience at' the opera house Monday  evening, those who were present seeming to enjoy the horse play for which  this piece is well known. Greenwood  and Grand Forks were also favored  with a visit by the same company this  week.  a&*\+jew*a*a^jsij*a*a&a&a&^  Sometblar Mayjftappea.  Washington, May a8.W-Postmaster-  general Meyer has directed that the  office of the second. aJSistant post  master-general conduct',w|th the'Canadian administration JiegoUations relative to the Amendment oP' April 1 st  to the postal convention between the  two countries concerning second-class  mail matter, and the office of the third  assistant postmaster-general conduct all  correspondence with"the postmasters  and the public regarding the entry of  Canadian publications as. second-class  matter in the United States and the  attitude of the department toward Can  adian publications.  Information Wanted,  R. A. Grove, postmaster bf London-  ville, N.Y., has witten to his hqne-r-.'.he  Lieutenant-Governor, .announcing the  death of Joseph Cassidy, which occurred at Londonville on April 24th.  The bureau of provincial information  is trying to find the relatives of. the  deceased, who are said to be residents  of British Columbia, and asks the  assistance of the press in locating  them.  Boundary's Methodist Pulpits.  At the recent Methodist conference,  held at Vernon, all the Methodist  ministers in the Boundary were given  new stations in the province, new men  being billeted for the thtee large towns  in this district.  Rev. H. S. Hastings, of Greenwood;  goes to Cumberland, and Rev. Forbes  J.: Rutherford, formerly of Sandon,  takes up work in Greenwood; Rev. E.  Manuel of Grand Forks, is transferred  to Chilliwack, and Rev. W. Schlister,  of Ladysmith, conies to the Forks;  Rev. C. Wellesley Whittaker. of-Phoe-  nix, goes to Maple Ridge, near New  Westminster, so that he can attend  college in the latter place, and Rev.  Charles Saint, B.A , of Kamloops, was  to come to Phoenix, though there may  be some change in the latter arrangement    Until this is settled, it is likely  that Mr. Whittaker will bein Phoenix.  ���, ���       , i   ���       i' - '���   ������  fJlobe Trotter Seelot Phoeolx.  Ralph Stokes, a mining engineer  from Johannesburg, who' is travelling  around the world, spent several days in  Phoenix this week, taking in the  Granby and Dominion Copper mines.  Mr. Stokes on this trip has already  visited Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, Straits Settlements, Java, India,  Fiji, and thence to Vancouver. In  British Columbia he has been to Rossland and thence to the Boundary.  Then "he takes in Movie and Cob lit  before sailing to ��� his ' South African  home. On this trip he is the correspondent for the Rand Daily Mail at  Johannesburg, and of the Mining  World, a well known publication^ in  Chicago. .He was much surprised to  note the, extent of the mining ..and  smelting operations being carried on  In the Soundary.  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  NAME OF COMPANY.  Cariboo-McKlnney���gold-   Grauby Consolidated���copper.  Providence���silver   $ 1,250,000  15.000,000  200,000  Issu ed  1,350,000  135,000  31,000  Par  Si  lioo  *5  DIVIDENDS.  Paid  1906  $1,620,000  16,000  Total  to Date  I*   M6.837  2.15S.630  3S.224  Lateit  Date  Feb. 190J  Mar. 1907  Sept. 1906  Ami  Per  Sh.  ##��.J'.��l��j��>M��jfti��.^��^lW����.��.ift��^^  Eric 'Strand this week sold his five  toorit cottage, located in Rumberger's  railroad addition, to Albin Johnson,  for a price said to be about $700.  mi TwJU  4 �� M  ������A'fWffi  ������'���''^'^iWiri-M  ��� ;f;;8|fp|  y'tzMv'^  p%$'  $gi$M.  :';,-!.fefc-:  llfe^o?  '���i>y.  :M:  hi:^'!'C.''  ���--*��'-:-���.������;. ���  'i; ������&,-, J  m  wa  mmm*  ill:  m  I  v  Why Use Inferior T��a#  When by simply asking  for it you might enjoy  t��jhe richness ami  strength of  THE  PHOENIX   PIONEER.  ������aii���<���  L  Trijius Taxstco or as  Bomb aho jtuBwaUik  1  J  In lLead   Packets  Only  .������������' ���������''      ���  -$-<���.��� ���  50c. lb.  -Taixpayers in'Phbenix 'have just  l>een favored wiih'notices of assess  ment fr6m the city assessor. -The rate  for the current year has not yet been  struck, but it is hot likely to be more  than for 1906. 'Paying taxes is never  very popular in aqy country, but it is  one of those things that must be attended to, just the same. vAnd, speaking of taxes, it is worthy of 'note that,  in the past, they have been paid so  well in Phoenix that a tax sale has  never yet been thought needful in; this  city. In which fes'pect Phoenix stands  alone in the Boundary, and "we think 1  in the Kootenay, among municipalities I  of the same age.  '  cisco Guillermo Carlos Enrique Fernando Antonio���and perhaps a few  more.  ��� �����  In Nelson one 16-candle power  electric light is said to cost the user 20  cehts per������- rhorith. Its different in  Phoenix.  T��rtM��ta ��f Teller sad Bcmw 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 all,druggists.  J        PROVINCIAL.        j  OF   GOOD   USE   TEA  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  T  mills am Saturday* at tub  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOENIX, a. c  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaokn.  -.i,._h_������ 1 Bualnesa office No. t��.  Telephone, j ,(,���,������,, re��ldence. No. iS.  ���IHCUrMOIII IK ADVANCB.  Per Year fs.M  His Months  I.is  To the United State*, per year _���  2.50  would judge from the many columns  ol; matter Jaudatory of the Laurier  government and- what it has done that  are being printed in many Grit papers,  daily and weekly, throughout the land.  (Whether this means that the Liberals  are preparing for an appeal to the  country, each one must decide for himself. At any rate, the articles are well  written, and, even if entirely biassed,  are interesting, even to a Tory, Whoever gets them up, knows his business  and is doubtless well, paid for the  work, as he should be.  IT yon are not a*ubacrber to thi* paper, this  ta an Invitation to yon to become one.  Advertising- rate* lurnutaeo on application.  Legal notice* is and 5 cent* per line.  Four weekly insertion* constitute one month's  aJrert fine  <fl^^3&>                 '  ��9��7      JUNE.      1907*  Sua. Mai. Tatt. *������.   Thi. Fr<.    Sit.  1  '3      4      5      6      7'8  9 10    n    ia    13    14    15   I  J    16 17    18    19    20    ai     aa  j    *3 a4    ��5    *<5    *7    28    29   :  1    3o 31  Since the settlement of the strike of  the coal miners, the price of coal has  advanced. Well, there's nothing peculiar about that, for the consumer  always has to stand the advance in all  commodities, sooner or later. That is  always a foregone conclusion,  The announcement is now  that the Prince Rupert  townsite will  not be put on the market this year,  From the >amount of jockeying that  has been done already regarding  this  alleged terminal of the Grand Trunk  Pacific, there are those who are doubtful if this point will eventually  be the  terminal.    But   the  'thousands   that  have a weather eye on the, north  will  take an interest in anything that  may  be published about Prince Rupert or  any other point on the coast fathered  by the G. T. P.   While they know that  some railway   men,  like some politicians, can lie as fast as a dog ��� can  trot,   they also know that   the new  ' transcontinental 'line must reach the  Pacific   coast   somewhere,   and that  point will be an important city in the  course of time. /  There has  been some talk about  town  regarding* the proposal of the  hotel  keepers to jaise the price  of  board, which has been $1.00 per day,  or $30 per month, almost from 'time  immemorial in the   Boundary.     Of  course; many will bbject, but, after all,  we all know 'lhat there has  been a  gradual but steady increase hi the price  of the necessities of living as well as in  clothing ail over Canada���every housekeeper knows* this, and almost any  merchant must admit it.    Wages have  been going up'>somewhat also, and it  is not surprising Uhat there is talk of  increasing the'price of board.    It may  . not be done, but the matter is under  m*.c I advisement, just the same.  5   Will J ���..���'.  '��� MMag la Ca**iie.  The ydung man ' Who saves something,'be it ever so little, every week  or every month; is the man who Will  be worth some thing to himself and to  the community'in which he lives in  the future. The old saw that it is not  so much what one earns as what one  saves, is as true as 'gospel.  A veritable curiosity has been discovered in the 'Boundary,'namely, an  individual who has lived in Greenwood  for ten years," yet has never visited  Phoenix, only five miles distant���a  camp from which the concern has received and is ireceiving'no small ambunt  of 'business''continuously. 'Possibly,  however, there may be some extenuation from the fact that the individual  is asubscrib^r to the Pioneer.'aHd so is  Fernie proposes to borrow^ojb'ob'  for a new school building.  Postmaster Miller, 6f Vancouver,  who was appointed in 1886, has resigned.  Cranbrook's new $20,000 government and municipal building is progressing rapidly.  From 1,000,000 to 1,506,006 fruit  trees have been planted in British Columbia this year.  An Ottawa special says that the Dominion government will take over the  Esquimalt naval yard within a''Tew  weeks.  The Hon. Dr. Young announces  that the provincial government will  give a second grant of $10,000 to the  Anti-Tuberculosis Fund.  Immigration returns show that during the nine months ending March  last, there were 8,403 arrivals in British  Columbia.  TEA.  Because of Its Delicious Flavor  NEVER SOLD IN BULK  Lead Packets Only. All Grocers.  I. H. HALLBTT  Bakkistkk, Solicitor,  NOXAKY Pu,���/u  Cable Address:       IIAM.KTT.  Code* \ Mi'irlllii -.  Neiil'M  (l.clher'ii.  Gkbicnwood, B.C.  TUCK    COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Phoenix, B. C.  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. First & Knob Hill Ave  ~ I     The BEST, Cheapest     |  I     and most satisfactory     ��  ���     Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds'of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Tfes,etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A.M.  RcfiUlnr communication 8 p. m.  one! Thursday ofcacli month.  HiiierKcnt meetings ascnlled;Mnsouk  Hall.MclIale Block,  etiiiK  le HI.  ('.no. n. dkv,  Secretary.  J. J. STKL'TZia.  W.M,  BIRNIK BLOCK.  KNOB HILT, AVK., PHOENIX.  Poor old San Francisco certainly has  its fill of troubles. As though the  earthquake  of a year ago   was   not  Canada has produced in the last a a  years, .700 millions' worth of minerals]  Canada has produced 350  millions'  in gold all told.  a: ���       r r " I    Neafly one-half of this, has come 1  sufficient  for  a  few years, there has from the Yukon since 1886���114 mil-  been another.trembler, this  time of ajb'ons ; '  political nature, which bids fair to land  Canada's mineral production in 1906  reached 80 millions; metallic, a little  more than one-half; non-metallic, a  little less than one-half.  Canada's  mineral exports reached      - - j����������� ������ ���-*vv"*h wj����r  35 miljions in 1906; increase of 4 mil- motors ofthe' British-American Copper  lions over 1905. Mines and Smelter Co., the 'Cleveland  t       .......  On June 15th the through'train  service from St. Paul to Spokane over  the Soo line, the Canadian Pacific and  the Spokane International is scheduled  to begin.  Last week Fernie celebrated the  fifth anniversary of the explosion in  which 130 miners lost their ���lives.l'by  closing the mines and paying respects  to the dead.  Lieut-Gov. Jas. Dunsmuir's $50,000  yacht was burned week, near Hardy  bay. Loss $50,000, no insurance,  His honor and a party of friends were  on a trip and had to take to the boats;  Reports from the north state that  the G. T. P. is devoting its entire en-  erergies to a survey of a new route  across the province, saving 80 miles  of road and tapping the Copper River  district. The new line runs from the  Telqua River west through the Copper  River Valley, crossings the Skeena at  Kitsalas canyon, thence proceeding  along the north bank 'of the river.  Previous surveys contemplated crossing  JAMESTOWN  EXPOSITION  , Round Trip Tickets at "���  REDUCED   ^   RATES  ���  From PHOENIX to   *51 30  WINNIPEG  DULUTH, ST. PAUL  ���nd MINNEAPOLIS 54 70  8T JOSEPH - 58 95  ATCHINSON       -        59 20  POET ARTHTR  OMAHA.  KANSAS CITY  ST. LOUIS  CHICAGO  $5(5 30  57 85  00 45  (12 20  (JO 20  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK I.OnCK NO.46  .Meets every Monday .livening at Miners' lliil  VlnitliiK lirethren cordially invited.  Jolin Mclver,   N. (!.  Oaki/ton Cook, Kec. 8ec'y.  Win.  l'lcknrd,   Per. Via. Becy.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Tlnw Impectorfor S. F. & N.  (High CluttH Goodx nlwuys in Stock.)  Guano Fokxh, 15.0.  MINI-RAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvementa.  .NOTIC  Unnk of lfiiKlmiti, llnnkof     jjlnnd I'niclioiinl,  nlnck Dcnr  Kinctiofial   Mill      1  (,'Iii'uih, silmite  in tlie Orniid Purku Mliilnn     ivinI^ii ol   llritish  Colli nibin.  Where locHtcd���(Ireeiiwood Cnnip  TAKH NOT1CI!-Hint I,  Diivid  Wliltcside, tn  itKOnl   for   the   Ciriuihy   Consul,dateil    Min.HK  Smeltinjf  &   Power   Coinpni.\,   Limited,    Irre  miners certificate No. 13 92013, intend, sixty dnyii  after date hereof, to apply to the Min.ng Reconl-  er for a Certificate ol Improvements   for the purpose of obtaining a Crown (iraul ofthe above  claims.  And further take notice Hint action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvement!!.  Dated this 29th day of November, A. D.  1906.  1). WlIITHSIIJK,  Agent for   the   Granby   Cousolidatrd   Mining,  Smelting   & Power Company, Limited,  DarC8 Safe, JUIIC 6-7-5, Jllly 3-4-5       | | Phoenix Shoe Shop  Going transit limit 10 days, final return  limit 90 days from date of sale. Stopovers  allowed at all points within limits.     ::     ::  For particulars as regardB rates and routes, address,  W. X. PERKINS, Local Agent.   ���_. ^H^iMiixirnuiviii  *�����"���� out��cys coniempiaiea crossing  able to keepinforrhed on what is going **? "ver at Hazelton, but the new line  on inUOunrlfcrv", mini�����.^. eflects a cro8Sin* one hundred miles  on in'Boundary's mining centre,  The   Pioneer understands that, if  there is -anyway of stopping the^roi  concern that is advertising its apparj  entry worthless wildcat stocks for < sal j  all over the United States and Canada]  the mayor and other officials anil  millionaires behind the bars for a term  of years. Then, too, the strike bacillus  seems to have taken deep root there.  'Frisco, as he her people dislike to be  called, is surely in for it.  C��Uc irt MarrMe*.  Pains in the  stomach!  colic  and  ��� The Victoria Week is sitting upand  taking notice of the banking system of  Canada���La system that Canadians have  always pointed proudly to. The  Week's point is that immense amounts  of western deposits are sent east to  ease money matters there at times, and  it thinks that a locally organized and  conducted bank would keep the money  in the country for the country's good.  Doubtless improvements can be made,'  and a little light will do no harm.'  diarrhoea are quickly relieved by the'  use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  from 'circulating its misleading-state]  ments in the? Dominion,'the Canadian1  posroffice authorities will take steps to  that end. .The matter is now being  investigated by those in authority, arid  if the wildcatters are not too shrewd  for theldepartmerit in covering up their1  and Diarrhoea'Remedy.    For sale by j tracks, there are likely to  be some  all druggists.'. < interesting developments.   It is'about  time something was done to protect  A short time since the Week, of  Victoria, announced���apparently without regret���that G. G, S. Lindsay, the  lawyer-manager of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Co., was about to resign. It  was at once denied by the ^ejson  News, which wired to the com��p$��iyAs  Toronto office, but the Week inEfists  that time will show the truth of its announcement. There is small likelihood  of many tears being shed throughout  the Kootenays and Boundary when it  really conies to pass.  Cassis's Tlaktr lalutry.  Canada" has the largest white pine  areasMeft on the continent.  Canada's forest products are nearing  the rjb'o million mark.  Census value of timber, logs, wood,  etc., 'iqox, 200 millions.  Canada exported in 1906, 38 millions of forest products, r 2 millions to  G. B., 23 millions to U.S., increase of  5 millions oyer 1905.  Total exports of forest .products in  25 years 627 millions' worth.  Canada has, it is estimated, 1,400,-  000 square miles of timber lands more  or less wooded.  Canada has 28o,eoo square miles of  timber lands-fit for commercial purposes with 359 billions of mature  timber.  effects a crossing one 'hundred miles  below. /���;';,. ���,;-,.;','..,���._.;..'...;,.:...;   .,.      ..  A MFC, STANDARD VALUE.  Mm al SaHtMtt Da Nat like rbe ��aaaf1*c,  CbaaaaalBf Practss.  British bonds and 'British gold are  worth par in every coiiritry on 'eVery  day. They bear the stamp of value  which changes not. i  Slater shoes are never sold, for less  than the value stamped on them by the  Slater shoe makers. The Seal < of Certainty for the buyer is the price' stamp|  ed on the sole, inside the Slater slatej  The Slater shoe is worth $5 in gold  every way and ever day.���Hunter-!  Kendrick Co,, Ltd, Phoenix.  A. T. TURANO. Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  'roof.  First Slreel - 0pp. Knob Hill Hotel  Phoenix, B. C.  THE  As did the Pioneer two  weeks ago,  the Boundary Creek Times  congratulates the British Columbia Copper Co.  on the fortuitous  circumstances which  enabled that company to  operate its  smelter for four weeks, when   the two  other  district  stnelters    were  out   of  commission on account of lack of coke.  The British Columbia Copper Co. has  had so much to  contend with   in   the  last  few   months in   getting its  new  plant into full operation, that the management   is  certainly to  be  heartily  complimented on its latest showing.  /  Saaaer Excargfca galea East.  yn June 6th, 7 th, 8th, the Canadian  Pacific Railway will sell at Rossland  and-Nelson, with corresponding rates  from ail Kootenay points, first-class  round trip tickets to all eastern Canadian   and    United   States    points.  Rates to  Winnipeg,-Port Arthur, St.  Paul, Duluth, Sioux Ctty, $52.-50; St.  Louis, $60; Chicago, $64; Toronto,  $78.50;   Ottawa,   $82.55;   Montreal,  $84; St. John, $94; Halifax, $161.50.  Tickets are good for three months to  stopover west of Fort William or St.  Paul.   Good via any recognized direct  route.    Good via Lake routes, including  meals and   berths on Canadian  lake steamers, or good to go one 'if  these routes and return another.    Fwr  rates to any point and   berth   reservation, standard or  tourist  sleepers,  or  lake steamers, apply to local agents, or  J. S. Carter, D. P. A., Nelson,  the innocents firdm'themselves.  mm  Cobalt   is    undoubtedly   a   great  country. Tf yon do notbeHeve it, just  try to realize that in the Cobalt /and  Larder lake district of Ontario companies have-been incorporated with a  capital aggregating  a   quarter   of a  million dollars.    That is going some,  and then a   little, even for mining  camps in the west   Good > mines un  doubtedly (exist  there,  among ; the  thousand 'and one' worthless prospects  ���as there always aire.    To the innocent speculator, however, the .problem  is to separate the Sheep from the goats,  especially when1 the goats  so  overwhelmingly predominate.  "5.37 ii  CaartVa PaaalaHM.  Canada's population, 1961  315. /-:/���'.":���..-.  ' Canada's population by first "census  of 1665 was 3.��5��j'"ilS9V!i3��3'85;  1739. 42,701.  ' Canada's population in 1763 was  70,000; 1784, 113,012; 1814, Upper  Canada, 95,000, Lower Canada,  :335,ooo:---;-  Canada's population at Confederation, 1867, 3*4 millions. -  Canada's populaton estimated by  Census Bureau on January r, 1907, at  6^449,-581.'  Canada began 20th' century with  same population as the United States  began the 19th.      -=  Canada has over 40 centuries and 1  nationalities represented in her popula- (  tion.  Reward OffereiL.  As we have Temarked before, neither  the postrn4ster-general, Duncan Ross,  M.P., nor rt&e':C.t,.R; care It whoop  whether, j^aequjres two days or ten  days to deliver mail from Greenwood  to Phoenix.    These copper cities are  but   five   miles   apart, and   yet,   to  suit its own convenience, the C P. R.  will not make connections in the summer rime so that one can' travel "by rail,  or have mail transported, between the  two in one day, and  the others mentioned will take no action in the matter.  The amount 'of 'mail might jbe 'small,  but half a dozen 'letters might be and  olten are more important than a thousand    letters   passing   between   other  places.  It seems to be the rute in   Europe  A creditable iob of printing on the stationery you use,  is like a good suit of clothes when one is doing business  ���first impressions count.  If you use a rubber stamp on your letter heads or envelopes, you will be put down as of-the rubber stamp  calibre. If you are a business man, aud use no printed  stationery, it is natural to suppose that your business is  not of sufficient importance to require it, and your credit  likewise.  If you wish Modern Stationery, gotten up by competent  workmen, worked on the best of stock, imported or  domestic���stationery that does not have the earmark's of  the Cheap John priutery, we can furnish it from the only  print shop in the Boundary operated by electricity.  We know that business men of Phoenix have sent to  Spokane, Chicago,  Detroit, Hamilton, St. Louis,-Omaha-  and  other places,   in  the  past, for  priuting that could  have  been  done   right   here ��� aud   probably  in   better  style.      We'd charge a little more, of course,  just as the  merchant must charge  more  than   Cheap John   Tim, of  Toronto���and   its wortli a  little  more.     Besides, if you  spend  your dollars  here for priuting, you have a chance  to get them back some day through  the  Pioneer and  its  employees.    If you. spend thein in the East, you'll never I  see them again.      We  have print shop facilities that no  other office in this section possesses.    Come and see us.  NELSON. B.C.  R. G. WEBB, Proprietor.  The Leading Hotel of the Itoofenays  Special Rates to Commercial Men  Good Samole Rooms.  cpNoiSp^i:  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  Possibly some newspaper readers  may not have noticed it, but there is a  pretty well conducted political news  bureau at Ottawa���at least, so one.  If any one(knowing anything of the when �� royal heir arrive*, to load  him  m.-n __..:/���.. ��  ^���L       ........   .._ J" thought of.    In the case of the new  born heir to the Castillian  throne no  will notify A. Jewsbury, Victoria, B.C.,  he will be suitably rewarded.  Encycloypaedia Britcnnica, ��6 vols,  for saleat less than half cost. Inquire  at Pioneer offiee.   .  exception  was made, and the .poor  little 'luddie must, when he signs 'bis  nanu tn full in the future, ��tUl .himself  J Alfonso f^o Cristioo ���'.'W&mitet ;R��iti  JliiiRHffliisi  edition Contains  25,000 New Words  N����? Gasatteor of this World  &3l!2?3i7'j*'?- HABRM," rid)., LI, D  ��3��0 Quarts Pasco  | 1*16Page.. Mooiniutiaow. SUatjxt6*,%\a  ri^n'dAeJsr^terw^',*art,rtto-  AisouiustritSapeiniiiiiata.  Tin- mostperleclly appointed Hcalih  and Pleasure Resort In the West, with a com-  pletesystera of Baths���including Turkish ond  Russian. Open the year round. The curativ;  properties of its waters ore unequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervoui and Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney. Liver otid Slomacb  ailments.  For Klimiiiating all Met��lllcPoisans Trom th  System  .  The grandeur ol the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains,snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls.  'Mating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursions  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurc-apsed Tor  mildness H/tRRV HcINTOSH,  Proprietor  MINERAL ACT.  Cetlflcate of Improvements.  No:rr~K.  "WOODSTOCK" M.neial Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District  Where located ��� Greenwood camp, in the  Greenwood Milling Division of Vale District.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Adolphe Sercu, Free  Minei'�� Certificate No. Hso7$, Intend, sixty rinys  from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder (or a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of October, A. D. 1906.  5 ADur.I'H SKKCtJ.  Pioneer Publishing Co.  Pioneer Building, PhOeniX, B.C  Hospital Donations  Lint of Donations received Bince .Inn.  let, 1905, to the Phoenix Genera) Hospital :  Cash J [O   Caeh r  Cash :  Caxhiij   Cash ts   Book Case   K. Hoircll   ��� J. B. Jfncsulay   A. K. Berrv   - A. K. H. Clark  Bed Linen,4 doz Hocpltal Ladies Aid  Cash $50 - K T. Bank  Cashjio Jas. McCreath  Cash tm Canadian Knud Drill Co.  Spring Cot.... A. B. Hood  Maple Byrup _ A Friend  (ientlemau'a Dressing Gown.......Mrs. J. B. Iloyle  Old Linen Mrs. I. Crawford  I Box Hooks Mrs. B. A. W. Hodues  Cash {20 A Grand Forks Friend  Dominion Copper Co Full Set Boiler Tubes  Cord Wood F. Buckless  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  To American   Subscribers.  On account ofthe increase in second-  class   postage  rales  between   Canada  and the United States, on and after  the subscription price  residents   of  the  NOTICK. ���-       "Montrose Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate iu   u        ���  the Greenwood Mining D-.vision cf Yale Dis.   May   ��,. 1907  trlct.   Where located: Deadwood camp. f   .,       _.  TAKBNOTICB tqat I, Forbes M.Kerby, Free   Ot   the   Pioneer   tO  Miner'*   Certificate   No. B90000,  Intend, sixty   tt���..    , c   ��� .��� ,     ,,,  days from date hereof, to apply to Ibe Mining    United States Will be $2.50 per annum.  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for   #t-i v ���    -  Ihe purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  'And farther take notice that action under sec-  Uoo j?, isnast be commenced before the Issuance  of tuch Certificate of Improvement*,  This includes new and renewed subscriptions, and is merely the additional  postage that must be paid for Amer-  ican delivery.  Month.  January  February....  March   April   May   June   July   August   September..  October ....  November..  December...  Average Prices ot Copper.  ���New York���  .Electrolytic. !,ake.  Vr-��(L 1!'00        lfl05        100(5  15.008 18.310 15.128 18.416  ,r'l'.a I!'8��� 16A5�� I8-"  15-268 18.3(11 15.350 IS-IMl  it?J218,876 U}M0 i��-'l8��  AfB^l^7 U-S2(> 18-724  ii'2Zo18-442 i4-8iff'��7w  ��225 JS-19015'005 i8-��85  ?k"2SI 18-430 lf5-40818.010  i��o^ i9 140 15-07f 10.200  }Hl�� 2h270 lff-s32 -21 710  16.509 21.0HO 10.758 22.3W  18.328 23.0)0 18.398 23.380  m  1-1  1  ���I  i  1  i  1  ���4 THE   PJadENlk' KONEBR.  9  I��  m  w  a  i  -1  4  Fifty Years tfite Standard  CUE  DEPARTMENT  OF MINES  Good Move by Hon,  Wm. Templeman.  A Cream of Tartar Powder  From Grapes  NO ALU  c,r�� ��->���<<?% *>*<* rs^��-^�� ��">�����<�� r>��^�� o��>fl�� o��^r�� ��*>���>?�� ���*>���  |'OUR COPPER CORNER?  ' MATTKRS  OF   INTKREST   TO   TIIOSK   INTKRESTKD    IN    THK ^  COPPKK   MINING    INDUSTRY m  m<M t^��<* c^��<* c^��<* c^*-o *>������<* o-��>^�� o*^�� oo<o c^��  themselves and trees would fill sireets  Artificial Copper.  It is said that Sir Wm. Ramsay, a  famous chemist of Cambridge university, has discovered a method of making artificial copper, says the Rossland  iUiner. The copper is made by the  synthetic, or combining process, from  the elements sodium;.lithium and potassium,  have  making gold by the  synthetic   process  and yards, and, as the buildings decayed, would finally occupy their very  sites.  The production of copper would be  transferred from the mines and smelters  in the mining sections to  laboratories  located in the larger  centres.    When  ....    Some very notable chemist's ! c0PPer can be syniheiically manufao  had considerable to say of late of' ,tured ��.n. �� commercial scale the copper  ic cold by the synthetic  process  m,st w ' ^ a ,hinS of the Pas>- f<)r no  "   one could then create a corner in its  and the mining journals have occasion-  ally given space to papers on the sub-' p,UUU(-llu" '  ject.    If the famous English chemist  " ch^A> were known t0 a"  has found the secret of making copper; f^' ��f the   eminent  EnSlish   Pr0  production when the means of making  it cheaply were known to all. The discovery of the eminent English professor opens up a vista of possibilities  that is not pleasant for those who have  from  these  elements  it  will  be   but  another  step  to  make   silver,  and a ^!ltt.1' .   ,  ,  ,.      !    ,l0 ���mo A;,**;��� ,���;n !tne,r-money tied up in copper  mines  further one in  the same direct on will L J. .        r *l  i    ..     i i-        r .u        i,   .    , to contemplate,  ead o the making of the  noblest of.     ��� v   t   . ,   ,.     ,  metals, gold.    Already diamonds have'     Hc-wever.it  is  very  probable that  been artificially made I makl,,S c0PPer artificially, like making  If the process of making copper can  diamo"ds artificially, is so expensive a  be earned on cheaper than  it  can be  Pjocess ^hat it can never be earned on  mined, under the system discovered by  Sir Wm. Ramsay, what a revolution it  would make. It would at once dethrone the copper kings and make  them as poor as their poorest employees. The men who are engaged  in copper mining and smelting would  have to seek other avocations. Copper  camps, like Phoenix and Butte would  immediately become depopulated and  the buildings, in them; would' not- sell  for as large sums as are paid at present  for a single month's rent. The grass  would soon be growing in their streets,  and finally the forests, which once  stood  on   their  sites,   would   reassert  Dissolution ol Partnership.  Notice is hereby given to the public  that I ha\e purchased the interest of  iny partner, Charles Travis, in the busi-  iiens known and conducted as the Nor-  ilen Hotel, Dominion avenue, Phoenix,  B.C.  All outstanding accounts due the late  firm are to be paid to the undersigned,  who will settle all bills' owing by said  firm.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, May 7, 1907.  Signed,  M. J. KNUTSON.  at a profit  [Since the above was published Sir  Wm. Ramsay states that he was misquoted, and that' he never asserted  that he could make copper artificially  ���Ed.  Pioneer.]  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 all druggists.  r  R. R. Hedley, of Nelson/Will  Collect Information.  In view of the numerous requests  from this country and from abroad for  information on the mining and metallurgical industries of Canada/and the  need of such a publication to bring the  mining and metallurgical industries of  the Dominion in touch with the newly  created department of mines, the minister, Hon. Wm. Templeman, "has  authorized the collection of authentic  and reliable information for a report  on "The Mining and Metallurgical Industry of Canada." This report will  cover the whole country, and will give  the following information:  Name of company, date of incorporation and charter, authorized capital, value of shares, directors and  officers, head office, Canadian office,  number of men employed, wages,  transportation facilities, market and  prices, and the following additional information regarding the mining industry: Mining land owned and con  trolled (province, township, concession,  lot), class arid character of ore' mined,  average quality of ore (analysis), method  of mining, treatment of ore, if any; cost  of mining (drilling, explosives, hoisting,  transportation, general expenses), total  cost per ton of ore raised.  And for the metallurgical industry-  location of plant, ore treated, quality  of product, method of treatment, description of machinery and apparatus  used, source of supply of raw material,  composition of raw material, cost of  production.  It is proposed to report only upon  producing mines, mines underdevelopment, ' and established metallurgical  plants. The present rapid progress in  the development of these industries  and the changing conditions regarding  such factors as labor, market and prices  will necessitate supplementary annual  publications to bring the information  of the original report up-to date until  the changes and new material call for  the issuance of a complete new report.  It is hoped that those in charge of  the mines and industries to be reported  upon will furnish every facility to representatives - of the department of  mines, for obtaining such full and accurate data as will render the report in  British Columbia, Alberta, Saskalche-,  wan and Manitoba. He starts on his  work at once, having already interviewed W. Fleet Robertson, provincial  mineralogist of British Columbia, as to  the best mode of procedure.  Letters from a Self=  Made Miner to His  New Foreman."!..  Written Tor (lie Snii l'rH'iicisjo'Miiiliij.  ami Slcl  eullfic I'retiH by Mall w. AMi-mon.  THE  HANDBOOK  (New Edition Issued November 15, 1906.)  Is a dozen books in one, covering the  history, geography, geology, chemistry,  mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology,  uses, statistics and finances of copper.  It is a practical book, useful to all and  necessary to most men engaged in any  branch of the copper industry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English  withe ut fear or favor. It lists and describes 4626 copper mines and companies in all parts of the world, descriptions running from two lines to sixteen pages, according to importance of  |he properly. The Copper Handbook  is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The mining man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines, mins  Ing and metal. The investor needs  the book for the facts it gives him about  tuning, mining investments and copper statistics. Hundreds of swindling  companies are exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in buckram with gilt top;  $7-5�� >n full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  Horace J. Stevens  Editor and Publisher  36    POSTOFFICE    BLOCK,     HOUGHTON,  MICHIOAN.  Just two kinds of  soap ��� the genabc ,i:iadc from  the very finest vegetable oils  and flower perfumes���and the  imitations made from chemical  perfumes and chemically  bleachc-danimal fats, to resemble,  as imich as possible in appearance, the ;;^nuiue  "Baby's Own"  Soap  Absolutely no expense is spared  to make "Baby's Own" as good  a soap as can be made, yet  it costs you no more than the  inferior imitation. 6-07  Albert Soaps Ltd. Mlrs.,   ���   Montreal.  - Summer -  Excursion  Rates  EAST-  From PHOENIX, $54.65; to  WINNIPEG,  PORT ARTHUR.  ST. PAUL, DULUTH,  SIOUX CITY.  ST. LOUIS, $62J5;  CHICAGO, $66.15;  TORONTO, $80.65;  OTTAWA, $84.70;  MONTREAL,   86.15;    ST.  JOHN,   $96.15;   HALIFAX,  $103.95.  ON SALE  JUNE 6th, 7th, 8th.  First-Class   Round   Trip,  90 Day Limit.  Corresponding Reductions from nil  Kootenay Points. Tickets available  for Lake Route, including Meals ami  Berths on Lake Steamers. Through  rates quoted to any station, Ontario,  Quebec or Maritime provinces on  application.  J. S. Carter, D.P.A. Nelson, B.C.  Every Man His Own Doctor.  The average man cannot afford to  employ a physician for every slight ailment or injury that may occur in his  family, nor can he afford to neglect  them, as so slight an injury as the  scratch of a pin has been known to  cause the loss of a limb. Hence every  man must from necessity be his own  doctor for this class of ailments. Success often depends upon prompt treatment, which can only be had when  suitable medicines are kept at hand.  Chamberlain's Remedies have been in  the market for many years and enjoy  a good reputation.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrohoea Remedy for bowel complaints.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for  coughs, colds, croup and whooping  cough.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an anti-  ceptic liniment) for cuts, bruises, burns,  sprains, swellings, lame back and  rheumatic pains.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets for constipation, billiousness  and stomach troubles.  Chamberlain's Salve for diseases of  the.skin.  One bottle of each of these five pre  parations costs but $1.25. For sale  by all druggists.  Ore Tonnage for Southeast Kootenay.  The following are the reported ore  shipments and smelter receipts in  Southeastern British Columbia districts  for the week ending March 25, and the  year to date, in tons.  SHIPMKNTS.  WEEK.  DISTRICT.  East  of Columbia  River         2,^70  Rossland      4,S��7  Boundary  6,372  YEAR.  47,655  99>7'9  376,763  Total  . .  SMELTKR   RECEIPTS  SMELTER. WEEK.  I4,0-19 524,I37  Grand Forks  Greenwood ..  Boundary Falls  Nelson  Northport ...  Marysville ..  Trail      Total ...  6,35��  35"  3,IlS  600  2,740  YEAR.  207,S22  103,1 26  54,147  7,54S  35,641  I2,6oO  37,925  13,264  5o8,Sog  Do Not Neglect Ihe Children.  At this season of the year the first  unnatural looseness of a child's bowels  should have immediate attention. The  best thing that can be given is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy followed by castor oil as  directed with each bottle of the remedy.  For sale by all druggists..  My Dear Tom:  .Most mine managers seem to think  that when they have hired a miner thai  is all there is to it; and they put him  at work at any place in Ihe mine where  they wish work done. That is not my  way of doing things. I wish you to  make a study of your.men and to place  them where they will work to best advantage. There is no-man who cannot  do some things better than be can  others. If you have a man who is  good at a drive, keep him al it. Bui  don't put a good shaft man to making  a raise, nor a man whose forte is [jutting in uppers to sinking a winze.  You should know every man on the  force who has had experience in black-  smithing, timbering, 'etc'.; so, in case of  the illness or the absence of the regular  man you will know whom tn put in his  place. And when you take a man  lrom his regular work and put him at  something for which a higher wage is  paid, see that he is credited accordingly, even though his work is far from  satisfactory.  You should know every left-handed  man, every double-hand man, every  man who can strike right and left  double-handed, every machine man,  every man who is skilled in any one  particular thing, so,1 in' case you may  have need for just such a person vou  can call him aside instantly, instead of  having to make a hunt for the man  when time may be precious.  I have had men who were utterly  miserable if they were compelled, to  work off in an isolated locality all by  themselves. Some foremen' would  keep a man in such a place just to  show that they were ;boss. Don't do  it. Humor the peculiarities and idio-  syncracies of your men, not at their  request, but before they ask it; not  wholly because they wish it, but because it is to your ������ interest to have  them work where they, will be happy.  You will have some men who will  be splendid workers, but untidy. If  such men mucked out after themselves  they would leave windrows of broken  ground on the floor'behind them. Put  such men at work where the vein is  narrow and it is important to keep .the  ore separate from the,;; waste, and they  would not only be uncomfortable, but  would often wonder, whjch was the ore  and which was the waste. Keep such  men either on development work, or  in a slope where the vein is wide, and  where it will be impossible for valuable  ore to get mixed with 'waste.' '- On the  narrow vein put a man whom you  know to have, good order, and .who  exercises his saving faculties. Such a  man will take pleasure in making a  clean separation, and every ounce of  rich ore will be too precious to him to  find a place in the waste.  I put a new man at   work  one time  in a  large stope   where   the  hanging  wall was very firm   and   we   used   few  timbers.    I was   soon   aware  that he  was  exceedingly   uncomfortable.    He  was continually apprehensive that the  roof was going to cave in on him.   He  was  intelligent, and   I   endeavored to  allay his fears, but I could see, after a  few days, that   unless   I   changed   his  location I was likely ro   lose him, for  he was apt at any  time to be carried  away by an irresistible panic.    I  took  him out and put him at   work  driving  through   loose ground .where  several  men had refused to work, where, even  with   the  best   men I  could   get, the  ground would   make  runs   on us, and  we would be at great expense catching  it up and getting under way again.   In  this   place  my  new  man   was   in   his  element.    Frightened-half to death in  a safe place, he   was   perfectly   happy  doing the most dangerous work in the  mine.     No    imaginary   dangers   oppressed his mind here.    He was   face  to face with one he could  see, and he  knew he had intellect enough to avert  it.    He had so much caution  that he  never once let a run   get   started, and  he braced his timbers so solidly as he  went along that no one of them could  have been moved a quarter of an inch.  I do not mention these things as examples of what   you   are   to do under  similar circumstance.":, for  I   recognize  that conditions  in   this ' world  are sol  dom, if ever, twice the same:  neither  do I seek to give  you  the  impression  that I am a very smart man, for no one  knows better   than I that'.I   could not  successfully   pass   an    ordinary   high-  school examination, but I wish to. emphasize the fact that to make a successful foreman you must understand your  men.     It is not enough that you take  each man's estimate of  himself.    You  should know from your  own   observations just  what   each "man   can  do to  best advantage.  A good wheel-horse will settle back-  on his haunches and let himself be  dragged to the bottomof a hill before  he would let the load get beyond his  control. A good lead-horse, when not  pulling, will walk along and step lively  at times just so the singletree will not  strike at his heels. We would call a  man a fool who would put his wheel-  horses on the- lead and the leaders on  the wheel. There is just as .much  difference in men as in horses, whether  most persons recognize it or not; and I  shall expect you to know your men  and place them intelligently.  Sincerely yours,  Timothy Strom:,  MRS. O. D. ROBINSON.  Every Woman in America;Is JtfteretteA  in Tit is' Woman's Experience.  A  HE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  r\  Issues  ��� ���  Draft-;  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere'.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received. Interest  credited, twice a year.  BRANCHES  IN  CANADA  55  CAPITAL  $3,000,000 M  RESERVE  $1,600,000.01)  ESTABLISHED  1859.  s<%<7i <^-^^-^i^9994r^c^^,>kC>*-c^  HER HEALTH DESTROYED  BY PELVIC CATARRH.  "Pc-ni-na has prolonged my  life end made a new woman of  me."--Mrs. O. D. Robinson.  Office and Brewery. EANNKR ST.  Spring Water Ice for Sale  Bottled Beer and Porter.  PHOENIX, B. C  ?  *  Mrs. O. D. Robinson, -13 St. Follx St,,  Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:  ��� "I have taken Peruna and It did me  more good than ull my two years'  treatment by special physicians.  "I can really say that I foot llko  another person. No more swollen feet  and limbs. No more Wonting of the  abdomen. No more shortness of breath.  No more stiff and Koro Joints. You  have no idea -what your treatment has  dono for mo. It has prolonged my llfo  and made a new woman of me.  "O, such a;,,blessing I have received'  through your kindness,  Doctor, and  the assistance of the. medicine which  you so kindly prescribed.  "I am able to "work since I began your  treatment, but before I was not able to  help myself, much less do any -work.  All praise is due to Dr. Hartman and  his treatment,"  Phoenix  Beer  t  t  t  As made by the  present brewer is admittedly  the Best A  Beer in the Boundary.   Willi the Best Mult nnd  the    jaw  Purest Spring Water it ia unexcelled  in  quality. ���  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Prop*. .  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a. Christian home tor students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a .preparatory .elass for junior stud1,  ents, doing .grade, public jschooj..work...  Does high Hc-iiool work, confers all high  school privileges, and'prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaehes all branches  of a Practical Business Course and give-  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education 111  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.1S.K and M.L.A. Jn University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, aud the de  gree of B.A. can be obtained horn Tor  onfo University, which the college is ir  hit affiliation.  For fuller information and terms writi  Rev. W.J. Sippere!!, B.A.,B.D .Principal:  orRi-v. J. P. Bowcll. Bursar.  The   "Jolts"  and " Jars"  of Life  are what use people up.  Most, people live pretty well up to the  limit 'of their powers, and so long as  everything goes smoothly that is  apparently all right; but a "jolt" or  a "jar" in the shape, of business  worries, domestic anxieties, or an  attack of La Grippe, Pneumonia,  Typhoid, or other wasting disease,  suddenly reveals the fact that there is  a sad lack of reserve force to meet  these contingencies and the result is  serious, often fatal. A wise man will  see to. it that his system is fully  fortified against sudden' attack. To  attain this result nothing is so sure  and effective as  FERROL  This fact has been fully established by  actual experience. If, therefore, you  feel you are not in first-class shape  physically, do not fail to take a course  of FERROL at once. It contains Cod  Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus���just  what you need, it is easy to take, never  fails, and you  " Know  What You Take"  W. A.THKASHKK, Chemist ami Druggist, Phoenix, B. C.  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURD0CK MclNTYKE, Prop.  35 Horses,   Full   Livery   Equipment,    J  Have taken   over   the  Lumber   Yard  and will carry  a  full   stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN    ANY   QUANTITY  rronipt Attention to   orders  at any hour of day or night.  Knob Hill Ave.        S��ii2        Phoenix, B.C;  We   have   at   last received our  : >; delayed Bhipment of  long  -And catiTrdmptlSTFill all   Orders.  THE BEST BOTTLED BEER ON THE MARKET  Write, telephone, telegraph or eall on  Greenwood Liquor Co*  IAS. McCREATH, Proprietor.  ��5XSGXSex����S������GXSS<sXS^^  o  P. 0. Box 56.  Phoenix Market.  'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  AU    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midwav,  "Eholt and  all  the other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters for Boundary :  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  t<SXsX5X��S��S)��ffX!X��s^^  WHEN  TROUBLES  YOU  and you aro afraid to eat because ofthe suffering you know  must follow ; when you are  plagued with wind, headache,  pi\ins in the stomach or buck.  Biliousness   or    Constipation.  TAKE   MOTHER  SYRUP  A. J. WllirL  i CO . MONT!  maapa*M%wtfBC*Wfeaitw  Dominion Ave.;  Cor. Banner St.  ���**?��> PHOENIX, B. C. ee��-  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part ofthe Boundary, lispress and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Atttention.  Dry'Wood Delivered to Any Part ofthe City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Slur* of the Public PjtronaRC Solicited.  'PHONE 37.  J. iVlathe^son  3nsurancc Htjent  FII1KI.1TY     UOMIS,  1-1KK.       1,1 FK  A NI >  .VCCIDHXT.  l'LM'l!    tn.AISS  COMMISSION!*!*     l'Olt     TAKIXU     Al-'KlllWITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Phoenix  Greenwood ^tS��fC   L1HC  *&*&nf>t  t**fi>  imuHu*<��#*Mui  ' r i tut  Leave Phoenix, tipper town, 9.00 a..tn.]  '< ���' lower town,    9.30a.m. j Standan  Leave   Greenwood      - 300 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Fr ight.  PHOENIX OFFICE, WITH  H. JAMES. KNOB HILL AVE  D. L. McELROY, Propr  j  ietor. I  wmm  \immm  mm  ������VK*"S*gffiRM  ���mm  mgm  '''"'KM&ffii&l  life  l:ipf  ���mmm  ���'illtli  .'���'..- '/.V.-ijr.VfI  vf- V:iji.':;S:l  wMm  .' 'V.'-.? >ji  'lifli  '     -:    i J'-'lJ'' V.i..-rV'-l  II  %$8m  >SA'  ijM::-~A  "! >&/;  iWiign>inir>iii>||iviiHtiiiM|iii^>iWtfiiii(tiiif1^iiiiiiwiiiff<iiiiWB]^iii>^iiiffli��'ni^  iCWWWW THE   PHOENIX   PTONEER.  vm  "s^  w  :1#;  1/t  il  I;  3  !  leading Hotel of Boundary'* Leiaini  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  And,liko others, make big profits in the world  fuiiiOiM Ooour d'Alone Mining District, Idaho.  Write fur Copies of Our Mining- Hiifrinoor'M Kup��rt and Map. Free.  New *ud Up-toHlH(e,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms  Uuruer Kuub 11 ill Ave., and Klml HI  PHOKNIX, B. C.  J. A  HeSMSTER  Proprietor.  N��W &g,iG   PER   SHARE  JiAQUtsH & Carlson  Nambarm Spokkns Mining Exohanam  601-602 A, Rookopy, Spokano, Wash.  COMING AND GOING  fMWWWe&:  *^kW9S*aW%sWr%XaW9^*V\9  Hotel  ������      ���. g  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  ��Stea.m   .**    Heated  JAMES HARSHALL, Prop.  In and Around Phoenix "~  BRIEF  TOPICS  OF   LOCAL   AND   GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  Dry wood  in   car  lots.     Apply to  *%*t:*lsk~  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,  airy and  well  furnished rooms.  Domlaiea A venae - - . Pboeclx, B C.  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Bock   beer is  now  on  tap  at  all  hotels.  Woodchoppers wanted.    Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Junction.  Prescriptions carefully prepared by  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  See Miss McDonald, milliner, for  sewing machines and supplies.  A man is known by the time he  keeps.   Morrison, the Watch Adjuster.  Sewing machines to rent at $3 per  month. See Miss McDonald, milliner.  For sale cheap, two five-foot showcases with tables to match. Apply to  E. A. Black.  A critic is one who cannot "do it  himself." He will leave his watch with  Morrison, the Adjuster.  The subject for Sunday at the  Methodist church will be, "Neglecting  so Great a Salvation."  Take care of the pennies, and the  dollars will take care of themselves, by  taking your watch to Morrison, the  Adjuster.  KEEP   COOL  Ice Cold Lemonade  ALL  KINDS  Soft  OF  Drinks  JAMES    phone  Latest Mining Stock Quotations.  ���ft Reported bvB. B.vMijrhton   & Co.  .Nelson,B.C. Corrected to May 28, 1907.  BIO AbKHD  Alameda 15^"       .16  Alberta Coal and Coke       .29 .32  B.C. Copper ccloeimr.;     812K    8-50"  .Cons. Smelters:...... 110.00     125.00  ;Cariboo McKinney        .02  -.'Copper King.         .10  N0)omin. Copper      6.00  'Denoro Mines.  .��� 07  Granby  130.00  Among the Railway Men.  .03  6 25  ' Gertie.. ;....... .:..       .12  International Coal 70  ���Jdora 18)^  - La Plata Mines   .'Lucky Friday........       .08  "^Nicola Coal Mines....       .05  VNabob 29><  ��'; Pathfinder  ���  : Rambler-Cariboo 33>��  > Snowstorm............ :   2.90  ,,'Stewart, close      1.93>a  ��� - Snowshoe 42  Sullivan 08  Western Oil Con      1.60  140.00  ��� 13%  ���71>,  .20 *  .17  .11  .06  .31  .02  .34>><  2.96  2.00  .49  ���08%  1.80  FU&N1TURE~  Carpets in the piece.  Cotton Ingrains and  Tapestry Squares.  Japanese Matting.  Linoleums and Table Oilcloth.  BJaT FULL LINES 0F-BEDDIHG. JKJ  J   PRICES RIGHT.    A CALL INVITED.  J     R.J. GARDNER,  J   HARDY BLOCK       -      PHOKNIX, B C. > ��  s*&a*9>a*a^Mr'9)ayt*s*M&a*aysspkayaysys&P&m  ? Transfer of Liquor License.  To the Board of License Commissioners, Phoenix, B. C.  Take Notice that I intend to apply  at the next sitting of the Board of  License Commissioners of the City of  Phoenix, for a transfer of the license  held by me for the Mint Hotel, to  Liugi Penna.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C,  this 16th day of May, ^07.  Jos. H. Graham.  urch Services Tomorrow  Methodist���-Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews'  Presbyterian Church  Preaching      Service     tomorrow    at  7:30  p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:00 a.m. A cordial welcome  to all.   Rev.  Samuel  Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our  I,ady of  the   Good  Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and   4th  Sunday  of each  month.    Holy Mass, 10 a.m.   Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m.    Vespers and Bene  diction,   7:30   p.m.     Father   J.   A. i  Bedard, O.M.I. Pastor.  Crews working in and out of Eholt  on the C. P. R. are once more being  increased.  H A. Kennedy, western traffic  manager for the Great Northern, was  here from Spokane in his private car  Wednesday, Supt. Morgan also arriving  in his private car on a trip of inspection.  Contractors Gallagher and Tierney,  building spurs in Phoenix camp, have  been losing some men this week,  owing to the higher wages being paid  in the mines, but are getting in more  laborers.  Some false work went out last week  from the bridge being built by the  Great Northern at the Similkameen  crossing below Keremeos, on the  Similkameen 'extension,- somewhat  delaying matters in that work. High  water was the cause.  Midway & Vernon affairs are still  simmering, but there is tbe best of  reason for believing that they will yet  I come out all right, and that the road  [will be built, it having both a Dominion and provincial subsidy���something difficult to get now.  Vice-President Warren, ofthe Kettle  Valley lines, which is building an extension up the North Fork of Kettle  river, arrived in Grand Forks last  week, and will remain till the government inspection of the first ten miles  whereon rails are laid, which will be  early in June.  The C. P. R. announces, on June  2nd, when summer time card becomes  effective, thev will run a sleeper from  Banff to Vancouver daily, several sections of this car being reserved for  the accommodation of Kootenay passengers. Berths can be reserved  through Nelson City Office, or J. S.  Carter, D. P.A., Nelson, B. C.  Many warm friends all over the  Kootenay and Boundary will miss J.  S. Carter, the travelling passenger  agent of the C.P.R. at Nelson, who  has been promoted to be general agent  of the company at Spokane. M r.  Carter has the rare faculty of turning  down a request in such a nice way  that one almost thought he had done  a favor by refusing.  D. J. Coleman, the new superintendent of the Kootenay-Boundar)  division of the C.P.R., assumed his  duties this week, J. S. Lawrence, ihe  former incumbent, going to Alberta lo  a new division. Mr. Lawrence was  presented with a silver service by his  former employees, as a mark of esteem,  before leaving for the scene of his new  j labors at Medicine Hat. 1  This week the work of painting  Miners' Union opera house was started,  A. G. Evans having the contract for  putting it on.  There has been talk of the bachelors of Phoenix giving a dance in the  near future, Lut definite arrangements  have not been announced.  We find that the man who has "real  good sense" is the man who agrees  with our opinion in "watch repairing."  A. D. Morrison, the Jeweler;  It is now anticipated that the new  steam laundry will be ready for business about the roth of June, the machinery now being installed and the  finishing touches being put on.  A good many new faces are seen  about the camp this week, nearly every  one applying getting work at the mines  without trouble. ;Many of the old  hands are also returning.     :''^:':''\^  P. Burns & Co. have had a force of  men at work this week from Spokane,  installing the refrigerating apparatus in  the Phoenix shop. Hereafter it is the  intention to haul the meat from the  I abbatoir near Greenwood, in the early  and cool hours of the morning, instead  of having it come by the slow C.P.R.  route.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  See the ad of James in this issue of  the Pioneer.'  Hannam's milk suffers no  addition  or subtraction.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Bank Block,  June   10th to 14th, inclusive.  Before   buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Economy is a great revenue.    Our  revenue to you is good watch repairing.  J Morrison, the Adjuster.  Encycloypaedia Britannica, 26 vols,  for sale al less than half cost. Inquire  at Pioneer office.  No, the world does not owe you a  living. It owes you nothing. It was  here first. Your watch does and will,  when it's been to Morrison, the Adjuster.  F. J. McDougall received a telegram  Thursday from his wife, who is visiting  her parents in Vancouver, that her  sister, a young girl of 16 years, had  suddenly died.  Just arrived, new assortment of  clocks, various styles, such as mission,  mantel and kitchen clocks; designs to  suit all tastes; pieces to suit all pocket  books.���-E. A. Black.  A. E. Hogue, a mining man from  New Zealand, who operated to some  extent in Franklin camp in the Boundary last year, is now located at Cobalt as a mining engineer.  P. C. McArthur, at one time in  business in Phoenix, recently graduated from the Winnipeg Medical College, and is now on the resident staff  of the Winnipeg General Hospital.  July 2 is the date of the next booking at the opera house, when the Dixie  Dandy Minstrels will appear, some 40  in number, according to the advance  statements. They are all colored  people.  Jack McCaskill, brakeman on an  ore train in the Granby mines, sustained a bad bruise Wednesday by being  caught between the cars. He was  removed to. the hospital, where it-was  found that ho bones were broken.  Boundary Side Lights  The Kettle river has been running  bank full of late and doing some  damage.  According to the Greenwood Times,  over 90 stages arrive and depart weekly  from that place.  Married, at the home of the bride's  parents, May 27th, Grand Forks, Miss  Emma Frache and Wm. Hansen, Rev.  Mr. McLeod officiating.  . Listing Delinqfeat Subscriber!.  An exchange has adopted the novel  plan of advertising its delinquent subscriptions for sale. The paper gives  the names of its delinquents, which  must be a revelation to the readers of  that paper. If the Boundary newspapers printed lists of. their delinquent  subscribers, it would also be a revelation and would, as well, interest not a  few. ' ���'  Dr. Gordon is expecting to leave for  a trip to the coast today.  G. W. Rumberger went down to  Spokane on Thursday's train.  John McRae, with his brother Dun  can, started yesterday on a fishing trip  to Bull lake.  George E. Cole, of the office staff at  the Cariboo-McKinney mine, was in  camp last week Friday.  John L. Graham, of Rossland, was  here last Saturday, to visit his father  before the latter started for his ranch  in Alberta.  Patrick J. Dermody, who recently  took a bond on the Riverside mine,  near Midway, was a visitor here  Wednesday.  Rev. Samuel Lundie and sister, Miss  Lundie, left Tuesday over the Great  Northern to spend a vacation in and  around Vancouver.  Harry Pleasance, carpenter foreman  at the Granby mines, returned Thursday from a visit to his old home near  Sherbrooke, Quebec.  C. L. Thornber returned from a  visit to Spokane on Monday's train,  bringing . with him his sister, Miss  Thornber, of New Westminster.  Wm. Delahay leaves Monday, and  will sail from Quebec on June 14th on  the Empress of Ireland, to spend a  vacation at his boyhood home in  Wales.  G. H. Fawcett arrived from the d��-  partment at Ottawa on Wednesday, to  take the place of Collector of Customs  Wm. Delehay, while the latter is  absent on his vacation.  Wm. Yolen Williams, formerly of  the Granby mines, is starting work  once more on the California-Giant  mines in Rossland, where he will be in  active charge for the new corporation.  J. Cleveland Haas, M.E., of Spokane, who was in Phoenix this week,  and is one of Boundary's old time  mining men. recently made a trip to  Cobalt on behalf of clients, but did not  recommend any investments there  Miss Leita Wallace, sister of Mrs.  G. L. Elkins, who has lived here for  the past two years, left Sunday to visit  a sister at Medical Lake, Wash., whence  she goes to Seattle, where she .expects  to make her home in future.  John B. Boyle, wife and daughter,  lately of Phoenix, left Vancouver last  Monday for the east, where they will  travel and visit for a time. Mr. Boyle j  went to Portland, Oregon, for his  family, who had been visiting there for  a time.  E. W. Monk, of Nelspn, who sells  all kinds of powder to mine managers  and railway contractors, spent a day in  camp this week. It is understood that  he has greatly increased the Hamilton  Powder Co.'s business in Yale-Koot  enay since he left Phoenix and took  the agency.  Hand   Painted   China  We are showing this  week some new arrivals  in Hand Painted ware.  New and Beautiful designs. SGe our window  display.  E.A.BLACIC,  ��1 The  Knob Hill Ave.  Jeweler J*  Phone No. 08.  msm}tm+tttm**t$*iw%  4 HOTEL    UNION ^  EHOLT.   B.C.  The   hest  conducted  Hotel   in  BAR AND TABLE FIRST-CLASS.  the  most  Boundary.  important  railway  town   in   the  w.   ��.   TORNKY,   Prop  r<KH>0<K>8<)<KKH>0<KH>{KH>v  Millions Arc Being Made In  The   Coeur  d'Alene   Mines*  Carney   Copper  A      WINNING     PROPERTY  Capital 1,500,000 Shares     Par Value $1.00  J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B. 0.  PreH.; W. D Greenough, Mullan,  Idaho, Vice Pres. and Mgr.; C. D.  Miller, Mullan, Idaho, Seii.; Jas  Carson, Mullan, Idaho, Superintendent. Mr. Carson developed  the Morning Mine, being in charge  11 years.  The Company  is developing 8  claims   and 3  fractions, 4 miles  from Mullan, on the Northern  Pacific railroad and a valuable  water ripht.  There are30 feet of shipping ore  in sight. Ad 800-fooi tunnel is being driven to cut t'ie ore at the  500-foot level, with 300 feet more  to run. A limited amount of  stock will be sold for a short time  at 15 cents per share.  Do Not Neilcct the Children.  At this season of the year the first  unnatural looseness of a child's bowels  should have immediate attention. The  best thing that can be given is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy followed by castor oil as  directed with each bottle of the remedy  For sale by all druggists.  For Sale.  One-half or whole interest in the  Phoenix Skating RinK. A snap.  Apply to W. J. Prendergast or H. A.  Munro, Phoenix, B. C.  Do not allow this opportunity to pass unimproved. The money you invest goes  into development for your benefit.  J.   L.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  r  THE  MORRISON  JEWELRY STORE  C>(K��  When doing your Spring House Cleaning and making changes, do not  forget that we have that odd piece of  furniture:  i  Thomas M. Gully, the veteran furniture man of Greenwood, will spend  his vacation in the fastnesses of the  Skeena river country, in the upper  part ofthe province.  Joe Baulne, on old resident, was  badly used up at the sawmill at Cascade last week, by being caught in the  shaft, having both arms and one leg  broken, and being taken to the Grand  Forks hospital.  James C. Dale, who was tried in the  supreme court  sitting  at Greenwood  last week before Mr. Justice Clement,  on the charge of killing Joseph Cell at  the   Carmi   mine  last  October,   was  found guilty of murder   by  the jury,  and was sentenced by the judge to be  hanged at   Kamloops  on  July   i8th.  The jury consisted of H.   A. Sheads,  foreman; Chas. Melville, Murdock McLeod,   Ed.   Rippeto,   Geo.   Swayne,  David Good,   Chas.   Summers, Scott  McRae, J. C. Castleman, J.  D.  Graham, Robt.   Dempster  and  Jas.   A.  Hickey.    Dale also killed Peter Gaud-  reau, but was tried on  but one count.  Constables Dmsmore, of Grand Forks,  and Black, of New  Denver, took the  condemned man to Kamloops.  Summer Excursion Rates East.  ;. On June 6th, 7th, 8th. the Canadian  Pacific Railway will sell at Rossland  and Nelson, with   corresponding rates  from  ail   Kootenay  points,  first-class  round trip tickets to  all eastern Canadian    and    United    States    points.  Rates  to   Winnipeg, Port Arthur, St.  Paul, Duluth, Sioux  City, $52.50; St.  Louis, $60;  Chicago, $64; Toronto,  $78.50;   Ottawa,   $82.55;   Montreal,  $84; St. John, $94; Halifax, $101.50.  Tickets are good for three months to  stopover west of Fort William or St.  Paul.    Good via any recognized direct  route.    Good via Lake routes, including   meals  and   berths  on  Canadian  lake steamers, or good to go one of  these routes and return another.    For  rates to any point and   berth   reservation, standard or  tourist  sleepers,   or  lake steamers, apply to local agents, or  J. S. Carter, D. P. A., Nelson,  Expett Watch  Repaying  OUR    SPECIALTY  that you have been wanting���or will  tire sets. In the Latest Styles.   ::  furnish en-  Those   New  FURNITURE.  "  RUG*  ��� ���  B'l NN-S  Just  Received  UNDERTAKING.  KODAKS AND CAMERAS  We have the best stock of  CAMERAS and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES in  the Boundary, and can furnish  anything along this line for  the amateur or professional.  Calls of   inspection   invited.  Torment* ol Tetier 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 all druggists.  & Smith,  Ltd.  The  William Hunter Co., Limited.  Snmtnintt Aurnur.  1000 Alberta Coal (B'ree).  50 Cons. Smelters   ICO Dominion Copper...  2000 Denoro Mines   5000 Freemont   Subject to confirmation we will purchase:  10000 (iia  t, Rosa.,   1000 Internatu nal Coal  2000 Rambler Cariboo..!  5000 Sullivan  50 Western Oil  Cons.  .02K  .09  .38  .08  1.60  When Buying or Selling Dominion and B.. C.  tions���we can save you money.  Copper stocks, get our quota-  ��*    KAJm  MINING and INVESTMENT BROKERS  DBA WEB 1082.  NELSON,  L. D. PHONE 110.  BiRITISH OOLUKTBIA.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for  winter.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  jRHenfS Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  fall    blocks,   in   Black and Brown,  Men's ShoCS Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy StfitS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks and three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waisis, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses."  Girls' and Boys' waists.  The  ILL1AM HUNTER  I  im,  I  3  i  1 4  1  1  ��  ii  SWmaaacn  *�����* *���.(i '���"WV^��K*1 "f �����


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