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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 28, 1906

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 t ������( m  Legitlttive  Boundary Mines Pi o-  juced $17,500,000 in  ^alue within six years.  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Phoenix is the Centre  and   Leading   Mining  ^ndary,  w  JUL 311906  V^fTorNA, p. fry  Skvbntii Ykar.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. JULY 28, .906.  No.   36.  SUMriER  SALE  We must dispose (.f all lines of summer goods  within the next two weeks. To do this we will cut  ��� prices regardless of cost. Ii will be money saved for  you if you will visit our store during that time. Don't  'wait until the last, as a great many of the lines will be  sold cut.  Come now.  0Q  w  w  . . Bargains . .  White Shirt Waists  Shirt Waist Suits  Ladies' Light Weight Skirts  Ladies' Wash Collars  Straw Hats  Children's Dresses  Children's Pinafores  Children's Straw Hats  Boys' Wash Suits  Boys' Blouses  Mens' Summer Vests  Mens' Tan Shoes  Mens' Summer Suits  GO  t-3  W  CO  O  tr1  U  Our Summer Goods  Must (jo.  LECTURE ON THE  "MAKING OF CANADA."  Intellectual   Treat    by   Prof.  Kilpatrick.  Tuesday evening Prof. T. B. Kilpatrick, of Knox College, Toronto,  gave somewhat of an intellectual treat  to those who were fortunate enough to  hear him in the Presbyterian church.  His subject was not of a religious  nature, being the"Making of Canada,"  and he treated it in a most interesting  and instructive manner.  The speaker referred to the difficulty  of making a nation of Canada, which  arose from various causes, among them  being the vast extent of the country  and the immigration that is constantly  going on. The latter, however, would  in time assist materially in the making  of a perfect whole, it being an excellent thing for the country that it is a  mixed race to a large extent. No race  has a monopoly of all the good points,  and there are decided advantages in a  mixed race, where the best of each  can be brought together.  The professor thought that one of  the best things that could happen was  the formation of clubs, like the Canada Club of Toronto, to take an interest in striking reforms in municipal  government and matters of that kind.  The school, the home and the church,  the speaker believed, were doing much  for the country, but he thought the  low salaries paid to teachers in Ontario  for instance, was scandalous. It is  understood the salaries run as low as  $150 and $200 per annum.  Prof. Kilpatrick is spending his vacation in a tour of the west for the  purpose of informing himself regarding  the country generally, so as to be in  better touch with the conditions here.  He came through the Crow's Neat  country, speaking several times. He  spoke in Greenwood Monday night to  a crowded house, and again in Grand  Forks Wednesday evening, thence going to Nelson. While in Phoenix the  professor was the guest of Rev. Samuel Lundie, pastor of St. Andrews  Presbyterian church. Although he had  visited British Columbia before, this  was his first trip into the Boundary  country, and he was greatly impressed  with the industrial activity prevailing  here. Prof. Kilpatrick is professor of  systematic theology,   at Knox college.  TO SHIP FROM  300 TO 400TONS  Estimated    Daily   Output  Snowshoe Mine.  of  Walter  H.    Aldridge  From Trail.  Here  HA WTHORNTHW AITE  HERE  SATURDAY  Socialist  Leader    Spoke  Miners' Union.  at  THE     BIG     iSTOfZE.  Hardware Dcpt.  Our stock of  Table and  Pocket Cutlery  is now larger  than ever.  We   give   especially    good  value    in     all  ated  Railway   Matters  P. \V. Tierney & Co. have about  450 men at work on the extension up  North Fork of Kettle river.  Boyd & Co., of Vancouver, have  secured a rock contract on the Kettle  Valley extension up the North Fork  of the Kettle river.  Ed. Stirling, of the Phoenix-Eholt  limited on the C. P. R., is now handling the punch on the main line, while  Conductor Metzger is off on a vacation.  Walter H. Aldridge, who is in  charge of the affairs of the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. of  Canada, Ltd., which has just taken  hold of the Snowshoe mine in this  camp, came in direct from Spokane  Thursday evening, and -was taken to  the Snowshoe by Manager Biesel. It  is several years since Mr. Aldridge  visited Phoenix, and he, remarked that  he was glad to note the increasing signs  of prosperity in this part of the province. Mr. Aldridge is one of the  brightest and most accomplished metallurgists in Canada, which goes with-  ont saying, when it is remembered that  he has entire charge of the mining and  smelting branches of the C. P. R.  The Pioneer man saw him yesterday  before he left for his home in Trail,  and asked him regarding the operations   at   the  Snowshoe.  "At first we shall run a little slow  here," said Mr. Aldridge, "until we  get everything in shape for steady operating, and will have but a small force.  Gradually, however, it will be increased, and I expect that in the course of  a couple of months, or thereabouts, to  see the Snowshoe shipping 300 or 400  tens of ore daily, if we can find openings enough to work through, and I  think there is no doubt about that.  From the assays of the: ore, there are  fair values here, and we should be  able to make a little money.  "No; we have not decided yet just  where we shall ship the' ore, but probably to one of the Boundary smelters.  ���We do not fancy taking any considerable amount of it across the mountains to the company's Trail reduction  works; as that haul - of the empty  dumps back to the mine is not a business proposition 1 expect that R. H.  Stewart, our general mining superintendent, will be over here before long  to look things over."  At the Trail smelter Mr. Aldridge  is introducing improvements and making enlargements month after month.  The lead refinery is now being enlarged from 50 to 75 tons daily capacity,  to be completed by September 1st,  while the new 22-foot copper furnace  is also nearly done, giving ths plant a  total capacity for treating 1,500 tons of  copper ore daily, in addition to the  lead smelting and refining. The product of the refinery is largely marketed  in the Orient.  WORKING AT  THE SNOWSHOE  Last Saturday evening James H.  Hawthornthwaite, of Nanaimo, Socialist member from that constituency in  the provincial legislature and leader of  his party in this province, was in  Phoenix and spoke in the opera house.  Mr. Hawthornthwaite has been making ,- a tour of the province, having  made several addresses in the Crow's  Nest country, and also in Grand Forks  and Greenwood in the Boundary country.  Although not a good evening for  meetings, the Socialist leader, who has  many friends in this section, had an  audience of some 200 persons 111 the  opera house last Saturday evening, and  gave a speech along the well known  Socialist lines, that lasted about two  hours.  The speaker delves into the doctrines of Carl Marx and other well  known Socialist authors, and gave his  views on what could be accomplished  with Socialism predominant, as well as  on what would probably happen if the  theories he advocated did not become  universal, as he' believed  they would.  Improving the Telephone Service.  In the past there have been com  plaints about the telephone service  in the Boundary, particularly around  Greenwood, where the old ground circuit system has heretofore been in use.  This week a gang of men arrived, under Foreman Steve Irwin, for the British Columbia Telephone Co., and they  will completely rebuild the Greenwood  plant, and put in the metallic circuit  system, the same as in Phoenix for the  last two years. After that the same  thing   will   be   done in  Grand Forks.  Before starting in at Greenwood,  Foreman Irwin had his men working  several days in Phoenix this week, running a new line to the Snowshoe mine,  another to the site of the new Victoria  shaft house, for the Granby Co., and  generally improving tbe present system. G. C. Hodge, the district superintendent, is personally looking after  the work.  Big  Phoenix    Mine    Again  Being Operated.  Manager Charles Biesel is In  Charge.  Last Saturday Charles Biesel, the  new manager of the Snowshoe mine,  for the Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd., arrived  in Phoenix with his bride, formerly  Mrs. Mamie Adams, the ceremony  having been performed in Spokane.  Mr. Biesel at once took up quarters in  the comfortable manager's. residence  at the Snowshoe, and bright aud early  Monday morning a small foice of men  was employed and set at work getting  the mine in readiness for active operations.  The machinery in the compressor  building was put in shape first, and  the whistle was heard Wednesday for  the first time since the mine was definitely closed in December, 1903. This  week pipe lines are being run to various parts of the property, and the un-  watering of the shafts started, this,  p:obablv, requiring some little time.  In short, the Snowshoe is being put in  readiness to work on a considerable  scale. Just now only a few men are  employed under Foreman Lynch, the  force to be increased as the mine gets  in shape for operations. W. C. Macy  Co , Ltd.,   opened   the  Boundary Mining Notes  The entire face of the tunnel in the  Mountain Rose is now reported to he  in ore.  This week the Skylark shows up  witR three cars shipped���a new week's  record for that property.  About 30 men are now employed at  the McKinley mine, Franklin camp,  including the two diamond drill crews.  Work has been started on the  second unit for the new Idaho ore  bins. It is intended to have three  units.  When the Snowshoe workings were  pumped out the last time it required  16 days of steady work. It will likely  take as long this time.  The B. C. Copper Co. now has a  force of men developing the Oro l.)e-  noro mine, adjoining the Emma in  Summit camp, which was recently acquired.  The Dominion Copper Co. has received a Nuraa drill sharpener from  the Broisset Mfg. Co., of Salt l^ke  City, Utah, the first of its kind in this  section.  The bond on the White Bear croup,  recently taken for English capitalists,  was given to A. E. Hogue, who expect s to start work on the property in  Franklin camp shortly.  A small hoist is being installed at  the new Victoria shaft of the Granby  Consolidated, for sinking purposes.  The three compartment shaft is now-  down about 15 feet only, but will be  pushed from  this on.  Last Monday morning the actual  work of developing the Meadow Lark,  Snowshoe | acjjoiriirig the Skylark, was started with  a force of  men   under R. D. Morkill,  &   _  boarding house Monday.  Where   the Snowshoe  ore   will   be j who will have charge ofthe operations,  shipped has not yet been announced, I suppijes having been sent to the prop-  but it is known that it could be used I ertv on Saturday,  to advantage   by both   the   Dominion '  COMING AND GOING  business   trip  CARPENTERS' TOOLS.  Our line of Mission  Handsaws   and   Bailey  Planes is very complete  We   have   now   111  stoc  k extra handles for Bailey   Planes.  BAR GOODS.  Cut Glass Champagnes.  "        "     Liqueurs   "   Bottom Whiskies  "     Ales   Beers   "        "      Crystal Beers  (i        (4 ���( <t  Plain Whiskies   tt  "    Stem Sherries   "        "     Liqueurs   "    Crystal Cocktails.  "    Straight Beers   "    Bell Shaped Beers  "    Stem Beers   "    Pony Beers   "     Whiskies...  Cut Bitter Bottles   Plain   " "        $S.oo  per  d  0/  ���   -1-5��  '���75  ��  41  2.00  4'  2.50  U  t<  2.00  "  ���    2-5��  4.00  u  i i  5.00  1.00  l(  If  1-25  ((  **  2.00  it  "  '���5��  ���   3-����  11  11  ���   '-5��  .   >-5c  ��  11  2.00  "  .   1.25  (i  ((  ��� 7'i  11  .   '-5��  each  Supt. J. S. Lawrence, of the C. P.  R., was a recent visitor here, accompanied by H. E. McDonell, general  freight agent, of Nelson, and Engineer  Cartwright, of Vancouver.  Some 1 2 or 15 miles of steel have  been laid on the V., V. & E. extension  west of Midway, progress being somewhat delayed by shortage of ties,  shortage of men and necessary bridge  and trestle building.  The C. P. R. bridge gang is altering the trestle at Denoro this week,  to permit of use of the sidetrack con  necting with the Great Northern at that  point, for the purpose of handling  Idaho ores from this camp to the  Boundary Falls smelter.  The claim of R. A. Brown for compensation for right of way, etc., through  his townsite by the Kettle Valley extension up the North Fork, over which  there has been some trouble, will be  arbitrated, and in the meantime the  work of construction will proceed.  G. H. Emnierson, superintendent  of motive power, St. Paul; W'm. Kelly,  master mechanic, western division,  Spokane, and G. J. Bryan, division  freight agent, St. Paul, were Great  Northern officials who arrived Monday  on a trip of inspection, traveling in  Mr. Emmerson's private car, the Wisconsin.  From sources considered authoritative, the Pioneer learns that Midway  & Vernon matters will be straightened  out very shortly, and the construction  of the line resumed. Nothing is yet  given out as to who or what company  will take hold of and complete the  work of building this important railway link.  Tuesday IV. M. Adams, of Seattle,  assistant traffic manager of the Great  Northern, arrived in his private car,  accompanied by Mis. Adams, Miss  Gladine Rankin, of Spokane, and a  number of friends. G. W. Wooster,  treasurer of the Granby Co., and P.  II. Burn ham came up with them from  Grand Forks. The entire party went  over tbe Granby mines.  Latest I'rlcea la AVIals  New York���Copper, electrolytic, $18.-  H7>��@*18.75; lake. $I8.76(.i if 19.00  Bar Silver,   ttfi?jf  '.Loud, 16.75 to 45.80.  Mr. Waterlow In Camp.  George S. Waterlow, of London,  who is largely interested in the old  Snowshoe company, arrived here  Thursday from Nelson, with his daughter, and will remain at the mine till  Monday. Mr. Waterlow has visited  Phoenix many times heretofore while  development was going on at the  Snowshoe, and has many friends here.  He has always taken a deep interest  in the Snowshoe mine, and given the  matter more attention than most men  living so far away. He was busy yesterday in going over the property with  Mr. Aldridge. After a visit to the  coast, Mr. Waterlow will probably return to England.  Card ol Thanks.  1). XV. McKen/.ie and family desire  to tender their sincere thanks to the  kind friends who assisted at the funeral  of our late brother and uncle, Mur-  dock XV. McK.enz.ie.  I). W. McKknzik ash Family.  Phoenix, B. C. July 21, 1906.  Crossings Still in Bad Shape.  Some time ago the Pioneer called  the attention of the C. P. R. to the  fact that the wagon road crossings between Phoenix and Hartford Junction,  which it is the duty of the company to  maintain, were in very bad condition.  Since then they have grown considerably worse, and as there is a good deal  of traffic over them it does not improve matters. E. Spragget. provincial  road superintendent from Grand Forks  riding,who was here yesterday, was  looking into the matter, and if Road-  master Yeo, a new appointee of the C.  P.R., cannot attend to the matter as he  should, Supt. Lawrence, Supt. Marpole,  and even Wm. Whyte or Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy may have to be communicated with on the subject.  With the activity constantly prevailing at the Rawhide mine, and also now  just beginning again at the Snowshoe,  | to say nothing of the general miscellaneous traffic, the need of repairs  grows, and the <���'������ P. R. does nothing  about it. Teamsters generally are  loud in their complaints of the condition of the many crossings, and it is  to be hoped they will   be   repaired   at j  J. L. Martin   made a  to Spokane this week.  Wm. R. Matheson started yesterday  on a tiip to visit his old home in Cape  Breton.  Mrs. Waterford Reed and little  son have been visiting her mother, Mrs.  W. H. Covert, at Grand Forks.  Mrs. Carroll Hele, of Mimico, Ont.,  who has been visiting her mother,Mrs.  Sarah Tufts, for a month, left this week  for Vancouver.  Revs. Lundie and Miller spent two  or three days this week at Bannock  City, on the North Fork, in quest of  finny specimens.  Manager C. H. Reeves, of the Wm.  Hunter Co. store, returned Tuesday  from a week's visit with his mother  and sister at Revelstoke.  Mrs. A. J. Galer and F. A. Galer,  mother and brother of O. N. Galer, of  '.he Granby office staff, arrived Wednesday evening from Denver, Colo., to  visit for a time.  James McCague, proprietor of the  Phoenix-Greenwood stage line, left  Tuesday for a short vacation, which  will be spent at Vancouver and other  coast points. He was accompanied  by his brother, Charles McCague.  F. C. Bailey, of Spokane, who is  interested 111 mineral claims in Providence camp, has been spending a few-  days in this city this week. Mr. Bailey  first came here years ago, when he  drove all the way from Spokane, over  1 50 miles.  II. F. Libby returned this week  from a trip to his mineral claims near  Bonanza siding, and says there is con  siderable activity now in that section,  it being the intention to install machinery as soon as the wagonroad is  put in   proper condition.  James C. McRae, of McRae Bros.  & Smith, Ltd., came up from the Midway store last week, and this week  went up the North Fork of Kettle river to enjoy a couple o( weeks camping  and fishing. Alex McRae is looking  after the Midway branch.  George C. Hodge, of Nelson, district superintendent of the British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd., spent a  couple of days in the city this sveek,  having recently returned from a visit  to Japan, about which he has a fund  of interesting reminiscences.  E. Spraggett, road superintendent  for Grand Forks riding, was in town  yesterday, with Mrs. Spraggett- -the  first visit of the latter to Phoenix, although she has been a resident of the  Boundary for twenty years, she and  Mrs. W. H Covert being the first wo  men to settle here.  Richard Armstrong, who is interested in promising mines in the high grade  belt, was a visitor here on Thursday,  escorting W. 11. Dean, a capitalist, of  Milwaukee, through the Granby mines.  Mr. Dean has extensive interests in  mines in   Colorado   and   Mexico, and  Copper Co! and the British Columbia  Copper Co., each of which is doubling  up the capacity of its reduction works,  and it is probable that one of them  will handle it, some of the output possibly being sent over to the Trail smelter, owned by the operating company.  It is learned that the Snowshoe  minr: l.as been leased .by the Snowshoe  Gold n.ncl Copper Mines, Ltd., to the  Canadirn Mining ancl Smelting Co. of  Canada, l.ul., for a term of two years,  with an option to purchase at the  end of the lease. George S Water-  low, of London, England, the vice-  chairman and attorney for the company, was in Rossland last week, when  final details of the lease were attended  to.  The residence being built on Old  Ironsides avenue by John Ray is rapidly approaching completion.  R. F. Gurney, who has secured the  contract for painting all the residence  buildings of the Granby Consolidated  in Phoenix, has begun work, and is  now beautifying the exterior of the  Granby boarding house. Mr. Gurney  aid considerable work for the Granby  Co. at the smelter at Grand Forks.  A Boston report states that for the  month of June the smelter of the Dominion Copper Co., smelted 18,000  tons of ore, 404 tons of matte carrying  44.6% copper which, together with  gold and silver values, gave a total  gross value of $86,000 for the month.  By September 1 this output should be  more than doubled, when the new furnaces now being installed go into com- ���  mission.  Short Bits of News.  The Czar has dissolved the Russian  douma, which is considered the signal  for an uprising in Russia.  Russell Sage, who recently died in  New York, at the age of 90 years, left  a fortune of $60,000,000 to his widow.  Nine persons were drowned last Saturday, in the harbor of Vancouver, by  the cutting in two of the tug Chehahs  by the C. P. R. flyer, Princess Victoria.  Last Monday the Great Northern  had a disastrous train wreck near Spokane, a passenger train running into  Diamond lake, 32 miles east of Spokane, seven lives oeing lost and several  injured. The locomotive is in 6S feet  of water.  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS  NAME OFCOMPANV.  ( Carihoo-McKiniiey���gold   ( Uranby Consolidated��� copper.  , Providence���silver   CAPITAL.  J 1,250,000  15,000,000  2 Co,OOO  DIVIDKNDS.  1,750,000 j $t :   1,350,000 j$too|$Mouoo  40,000 [ $~  6 1 1  .16,837; Feb. 1904  43.630'; May, 1906  Oct., 1904]  3.00  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments  of Boundary mines   tor  1900.  1902, for 1903, for 1004, for 1905, and 1906, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer ���  Mink. Camp.  Granby Mines.. Phoenix  Snowshoe Phoenix  K. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode ....Deadwood  Bonnie Belle- Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stemwndr..Phoenix  Kawhidc Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose 6��.miunt  Athelstan Jnclcpot_VVeiliij{tn  Morrison ,  B. C. Mine   1900  64.553  297  1901  331.762  t,73i  1902  309.353  20.SOO  1903  393.7��*  71,212  I9<54  549.703  5.340       99.034      Ul.330     13S, 079  K. Bell   Kinina   Oro Denoro   -   Senator   r Brey Kogle   k No. 37   T   Reliance   V Sulpbnr King ...  $��� Winnipeg   Golden Crowu...  King Solomon...  1   3ig Copper   ��� No. 7 Mine   ��� City of Parts   Jewel   Car mi   bally   Kambler    Butcher Boy   ��� Providence   Klkhorn   ^ Strath mo  Deaii wood   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit  ...Wellington  ...Wellington  ....W. Copper  ,.. W. Copper   Central   White's  ...Lour Lake  ....West Kork  ....West Fork   West Koik  ....West Kork  ...Providence  ... I'rovitleucc  Providence  1,076  3, 'SO  K Preston Skylark      T Prince Henry  Skylark.      ��� Skylark .Sky ark      A I.astCliauce skylark      I K. V- O.Mine Skylark    9 Bay ?,ky,lar,t      once  [may invest in the Boundary.  Bay  Mavis  Don Pedro   Crescent   Helen     Ruby   Kepnltlic   Miscellaneous  Total, tons   Smelter treatment���  (irauby Co   B. C. Copper Co   Dominion Copper Co   Skylark   Skylark   ..Skylark   Greenwood  . Boundary Kails  . llouudary Kails  yo.tvu  ��'..S>>7  H*.-U1  nanmnBBKBB  1  :% si  I  1 s h  TmrnmrnmrnmrnEs.  1   I  7  wSHi  l*f  i V, re J"  #  i?W  If  .Art  /  i  ' livj*!  1 !H IfeT  ����|  u   * c  *t  l*  Mr  h  *> -f  OS  ? '  1 v'.Vi"  ,��������������������������"���.����������*�����  TOWNSITE    COMPANY,    LTD.  LOTS NOW ON THE   MARKET  PRICES RANGE PROM $65.00 TO $135.00  TERMS  One-third down, balance in g,^^H1|  This town is beautifully situated, 42 miles from Grand Forks, on the banks of the North Fork of Kettle River, and is surrounded on all sides by the largest and richest ���  Copper showings in British Columbia; namely, The McKinley, Gloucester, Banner, Jumbo, Maple Leaf, M. S., Victoria and many others.  The townsite streets are... cleared.   The Government Wagonroad has just reached the town.   The Kettle Valley road is now rushing construction to this camp.   The  ��� Great Northern surveyors are.in the field and it is definitely announced that sixteen miles of the road will be built this summer  ��� A large hotel and store buildings are now in course of erection.   A water works nnCI^rMD   CniTI-I   JC  f*f\     C in, D n  I system is being installed.    From one to two through stages leave Grand Forks daily.          Ac blv^^'iNt  SI 11 1 li   CC  OU.9 vIFcUIG   sTOrKS, O.C.  FOR FULL INFORMATION, ADDRESS  Why is  t  like the West? Because when  people come West they never  leave it, or Blue Ribbon tea, unless forced to*  PROVINCIAL.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  IS80ID ON SATURDAYS BY THK  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOENIX. B. C.  W.B. WILLCOX. Manager.  TVi.nt.n..��. ) Business office-No. 14.  - Telephones j Man.Rer,g resi<Jence, No. 15.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN  ADVANCE.  Per Year....; $��.oo  Six Months  1.35  If you are not a eubscr ber to thl��  paper,  is ao Invitation to you to become one.  this  Advertuung rates lurmahea on application.  , Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  alvsrt slnr.  *9��6       JULY.  1906  Sun. Mod. Tues. Wed.  Thu  Fr..  Sat.  133       4  5  6  7  8      9 10     11  12  *3  14  15     16  17     18  19  20  21  22       23   24       25  26  27  28  29       30   31  In is probable that of all the great  railways, the C. P. R. has the least  number of accidents of any, when the  mileage and number of passengers are  taken into consideration, but all of  them have their share. As a matter  of fact, earthquake, deadly automo  biles, trolleys, fire and other agents  claim their share of victims in this life,  and that share is fully as large, if not  larger, than those who pass lo the great  beyond by the railway route.  Music as Good Advertising.  Last week the  Greenwood Citizens'  Band  was  employed    to  furnish   the  music at the Miners' Union anniversary celebration held at Rossland.   Two  weeks before,   the  same  organization  acted   in   the    same  capacity  at  the  Fourth of July celebration held by our  American cousins at   Republic, Washington, and   before that the band had  furnished   music   at   Phoenix,   Grand  Forks  and other   places,   and  a good  quality of music it was   universally acknowledged to be.    At Rossland,   the  Miner, the local daily,  said a   number  of nice things   about this band,   every  one of which was doubtless   deserved.  In view   of the  fact that some persons think a band in small places is an  extravagance, pure and simple, and not  entitled to public support, it is interesting to note these facts,   and to present  them for the benefit of those who may  be interested in places where attempts  have   been  made   to   organize   brass  ,' bands.    It   is   certainly  an   excellent  Hedley is proposing to have a Labor  Day celebration.  The Sandon Mining Standard is  about to cease publication.  Tenders are being asked for the  new Federal building in Fernie.  Cranbrook proposes to strictly in it  with a Labor Day celebration.  Premier McBride has been visiting  some northern points in the   province.  A Royal Arch Chapter of the Masonic order has been instituted at  Vernon  Work has been started on the construction of the Nicola Coutlee extension of the C.P.R. 1  Horrible state of affairs is reported  from " Osyoos and Fairview���nothing  less than a beer famine.  A $15,000 blaze took place last  week at Cranbrook, when the East  Kootenay sawmill was entirely destroyed.  The G. P. R. is replacing its old  56-lb steel with 8o-lb. rails at the rate  of a mile daily in the Crow's Nest  country.  The regular quarterly dividend of  the Consolidated Mining & Smelting  Company of Canada, Limited, has  been declared an'd is payable on the  first of August. The last quarterly  dividend of i 1-2 per cent was declared in March.  B. C. MINING  Department ol Mine*.  Hon. Wm. Templeman has assumed  control of the Dominion geological department in addition to his duties as  minister of inland revenue, an. order-  in-council having been passed transferring that department to him. It was  understood when Mr. Templeman was  given the inland revenue department  in February last that he would also be  given control of the mining department. Having in his hands the administration of the geological survey  and the mining branch of the interior  department for the time that will intervene before next session of parliament, Mr. Templeman will be in a  better position to advise in respect to  the organization of a department of  mines, with a minister of mines at the  head, for the creation of which legislation will be necessary. It is understood an act for this purpose will be  passed at the next session.  The Ruth concentrator, in the Slo-  can, is expected to be running next  month.  S. S. Fowler has been appointed resident manager of the Canadian Metal  Company.  Rossland's ore shipments last week  were 4,635 tons, making 182,857 tons  for this year.  A Portland cement works is to De  established between the towns of Blair-  mors and Frank.  Over aS.ooo tons of ore were shipped from Yale-Kootenay mines last  week, bringing the total for the year to  929,857 tons.  A big body of ore has been struck  in the 2,000 foot level of the St.  Eugene. This new strike is about  500 feet from the 200 foot shaft level.  At the Payne mine the shaft from  No. 8 tunnel is being sunk, and the  mill is being run two shifts. Occasional shipments, both of galena and  concentrate, are being made.  The C.N P.C. company has registered the names"Crow's Nest Coal"and  "Crow's Nest Coke," to distinguish their  products from that of the other companies operating in the Pass and  vicinity.  Bowel Complaint In Children.  During the summer months children  are subject to disorders of the bowels  which should receive careful attention,  as soon as the first unnatural looseness  of the bowels appears. The best medicine in use for bowel complaint is  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as it promptly controls  any unnatural looseness of the bowels.  Sold by all druggists.  Is Railway Traveling Extra Hazardous ? |  oc_ j form of advertising, and one that brings  The worst railway calamity ever  curringin southeastern British Columbia happened last Saturday on the  Nelson & Fort Sheppard line at Beaver  Canyon, in which four lives were lost,  several being injured. Then on Monday seven were killed in a railway  wreck on the Great Northern near  Spokane. These accidents happened  near at home, as it were, and may tend  to make timid ones -hesitate about  traveling, for the time being. It is a  matter of record, however, that accidents of this nature are more or less  prevalent all over this continent, but  being almost at hand, they aie brought  more into the local public eye. Only  a short time ago a terrible accident of  this nature occured on one of the great  highly organized -English railways,  showing that they will take place occasionally in any country.  As to whether railway travelling is  extra hazardous, statistics have shown  that no more people lose their lives in  this manner than in many others that  could be referred to. And yet, no  one wishes to take unnecessary chances  in the matter.  It is almost a work of supererogation to point out that the railway companies, aside from the loss of life, are  Bhe feaavi&st lasers by such accidents,  and it is fee th&i>r own interest to use  a\ior-y passible precaution against such  tsliiMags. For themselves, they say they  do provide everything known to modern invention to preclude such accidents, which are usually followed by  heavy damage suits. And it stands  them in hand to do so. But, after,all,  they must deal with the human element, which unfortunately cannot'always be relied upon.  good returns, indirectly, if not directly.  Both Grand Forks and Phoenix now  have band organizations, having recently purchased sets of new instruments, which makes three bands in the  Boundary country. If these new bands  keep up their practice and do as well  as the Greenwood musicians have done  in the past, they will serve a most useful purpose, and will deserve the support which, under those circumstances,  they will doubtless receive. The cultivation of music is a good thing, not  only for those who take part in its production, but for the public at large,  and the keeping up of such organizations is one of the best forms of advertising known to modern publicity makers. Thus, if the rule works out, the  Boundary will have three times as  much publicity in the future, in a musical way, as it has heretofore enjoyed  Great Northern Special Rales.  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, 8 and 9, September 3 and  10. Going transit limit 10 days from  date of sale; final return limit 90 days  or not later than October 31.  An Appeal to Naturalists.  The Natural. History Society has  undertaken the work of establishing a  Wild Flower Garden in Victoria. We  have secured a most eligible site in  Beacon Hill Park and the city authorities have promised to make us two  small rocky ponds.  Our aim is to secure a representative collection of the many beautiful  wild flowers and shrubs native to this  province.  We now appeal to any one who is  interested in the flora of his particular  locality to help us. We want this fall  only those subjects that will thrive on  rocks and in dry situations, as we shall  not have water till next season.  Our funds are' limited and we cannot offer to pay for plants, but will  gladly pay freight charges. It is a labor of love on our part and we shall  be glad to hear from any one able and  willing to help us in the good work.  Edw.   Alex.  Wallace,  Victoria, B. C. President.  P. 0.  Box 56. Phoenix Market. 'Phone 2.    |  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cored Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  |  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Grc-onwood, Grand Forku, Midway,   Eholt and  nil   the  other   5  principle Cities ami Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon. S  principl  Headquartera  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary,  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  5����C��)  1   C^eenwood StagC LinC  t  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.30 a. 111.  -2.30 p. in.  Standard Time  I. ��. HALLhTT  Bakkistek, Solicitor,  Notary I'i,.  Cnule.A-'drrsa:       HALLHTT.  t Hc-<lfoi<! M'Ncl's  Codes i MoicIiik St Neal's  . I.filter's.  Urcenwood, B. Q  TUCK    COLLlSs,  SHAVING PARLOUS  and BATHROOM.  I'hoknix, H. c.  Motel Hnlttiorftl  Cor. Firsts Knob Hill Ave  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. und A. M.  K cg-nlar communication 8 p. ni     se.  oud Thursday orench month.  Kmericeiit niectlnxs n��ciillcd;M��,���Nu.  Hall. Mcllnle Block.  MOHKILL,  .ScLTt-Jnrv.  Hock.  B. HOUCHF.K, M.H  W'.M.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  I. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  ���  OUR COPPER CORNER  MATTERS OF   INTEREST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED  COPPER   MIMING    INDUSTRY  IN    THE  &  WONDERFUL  CALUMET   AND   HECI.A.  Hecla's   annual   statement  as   of April 30,   1906,  compares  Tons produced...  Price per pound.  Dividends   n&  1904  38,31��  Dominion  Copper   Shares.  A report from Boston states that  there still remain in the hands of  stockholders several hundred thousand  sharts of the Dominion Copper Co. of  the $i par value which have not been  exchanged, on the basis of one new  share for 10 old, for the $10 certificates. That the unexchanged shares  will remain with the stockholders for  some time is the opinion of an official  of the Dominion Co. This belief is  based on' the sale and transfer tax,  now effective, whereby 2 cents per  share is levied on every transfer of  slock, regardless of par vabie. At this  rate 10% of the market value of the  I'otock would become payable for the  privilege of obtaining the new $10  stock.  Calumet  as follows :  1906 '905    5��.5Z5 42,822    iS>^-��9c X2j��-i5c    $5,000,000     $5,500,000      $4,000,000  The net earnings for the year 1905-6 were $8,485,630, against $5,061,150  for the year 1904-5, an increase of $3,424,480.  Mineral equal to 43,652 tons of refined copper (87,304,000 pounds) was  produced during the year, against 43,090 the previous year. Product of refined copper was 50,525 tons (equal to 101,052,000 pounds), against 42,822  tons (equal to 85,644,000 pound) the previous year. The price of copper  varied from i5^c. to 19c. per pound.  COPPER   INDUSTRY   IN   THE   UNITED   STATES.  In the eleven years 1895 to 1905 inclusive there was exported from the  United States copper valued at nearly half a billion dollars. In this period  copper shipments were exactly $459,347,254. The outward movement of  this metal grew from $14,468,703 in the former year to $86,225,291, an increase of $71,756,588, or approximately 500 per cent.  This growth is better illustrated by the following:  190.S $86,225,291  i9��4  57,142,081  '9��3  Z9:(>(>1,19(>  ��9��2  4��,218,373  1901  43,267,021  1900  57,752,95��  l899 $35,983,529!  1898    32,180,8711  1897    3',62r,i2S|  1896     19,720,1041  1895 -���    M,468,703|  The Myrtle Hydraulic Placer Mining Co. has been organized to operate  on Hall creek, near Nelson.  Total $459,347,2541  In 1890 copper exports were valued at $2,349,392; in 1885, $5,447,323;  1880, $793,455; and in 1875 at $1,085,688.  Growth of copper production has been very rapid in the past 50 years.  In 1845, it was but 224,000 pounds and this had -increased to 901,630,998  pounds in 1905.    The progress in production   in the United States is shown:  YEAR POUNDS        YEAR POUNDS  I905  901,630,998        1870  28,224,000 1  I9OO  6o6,II7,t20        i860   16,128,000  7890     359,7<53,8o�� '85��       1,456,000  1880     60,480,000. 1845         934,000  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK I.ODGH M)..��  Meets every Moiidny Kvetiini;   at Miner*' Mull  ViHitina; brethren cordially invited.  R. Silvertliorne N. ��.  Uko. R. Mkad, Kec. Bec'y.  Marcus Martin. Per. Kin. Hrcy  A.   HARRY" HOO K  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  Control and Umpire nsonyinj; a sprclulty. ynin.  pies received by mail or express in��\nl  and returns made next dny. *'orrcpulMicc  solicited.   Ore shippers agent.  I GREENWOOD. B. C.  |A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER. & OPTICIAN  Local Time Insc��ct:rfor 3. F, A N  I (H>t[li Cla-s Goods always in Slock )  Grand Fo<kt>. B  C.  .OREGON  ShortIiinc  and union Pacific  ONLY  LINE   HAST   VIA  Salt Lake and  Denver.  Two Trains  Daily.  Steaiiinlii|> tickets lo Knropeaiul nil ei  roreifiti countries. ��� -   EASTERN   POINTS  AND RETURN  GO TO  M8E  BEACH  Kor   your vacation.  $20 Round  Trip  STOPOVERS AT PORTLAND.  Wiite for book, ralec, etc.  H. 0. MUNSON, G. P. & T. A.  Spokinic, VViifli.  Hospital Donations  Lidt of Donations received hiiic^Juh.  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General ' Hospital :  Cash $io R. Hoircll  Ca>h J25   J. II. Mncaulay  Cash fs A. V. Berry  UookCase "... A. H. It. Clart  Bed Linen,4 dox Hocpltal Lnillr�� Aid  Cash fco _ K T. Hunk  Cash Jio Jas  McCreoth  Cash j]* Canadian Hand Drill Co.  Sprililt Cot A. B. Hood  Maple "Syrup ��� A Vrtend  Gentleman's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. B. Boyle  Old Linen ��� ....Mrs. I. Crawford  I Box Books Mrs. II. A. W. Ilodvrs  Cash fjo  A Grand Forks Friend  Dominion Copper Co Full Set llollei Ti)be��  Cord Wood F. Buckles*  Average Prices ol Copper.  ���New York���  Electrolytic. Lake.  J Month. 1904    1905       1904  Jannarv 12 410 15.05    12.553  1 Feliruary... 12.003 15.010 12.245  March 12.208 15.203 12 250  April   12 922 14 918 13.120  May 12.758 14.627 13 000  June 12.209 14.673 12.399  July 12.279 14,888 12 500  August 12.342 16.79    12 468  Setitem ber.. 12.494 15 965 12.020  October ....12.994 16.38 13.117  November ..14.283 16.680 14.455  December ..14.600 18.400 14,850  101)5  15.12.S  15.136  15.045  15.0-10  14.820  14.81'J  15.005  15.73  15.978  16.44  16 85  18.28  ...12.820 15.620 12.996    15.73  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian borne Tor students of both BexeB at moderate rales.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, (loini: grade public school work.  Does hijjb Hchool work, confers all bigb  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches nil branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  ite Collegiate-Comae nnd in tbe Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto Univerwity, which the college is iu  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A..B.D .Principal ;or R��T. J. j?, Jewell, Borew.  ��? Ui?-JZ'+ ~. ->���'������> >k^bb * *^.J^lZ j- tu'-Jv1���� *���  wm ���IM  mo��p_b_*  WINES  AND   LIQUORS  We buy in carloads direct from the Distiller :  Walker's Rye in barrels and half bajrrels  "      Canadian Club, Imperial and Baronial in cases.  Gooderham & Worts' in barrels.  " "        Special and ordinary in cases.  Brandies���Jules Coadon & Cie,   Charente, France,   Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Scotch-^-Robertson, Sanderson &. Co.,   Leith,  Scotland  Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes.  Greenwood   L/ic{tior   Co., greenwood, b. c.  j {4f4f4?4f44F��1f4H(4r4r*f4f&4Hf*4f4H4&4  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  NUKBUCK MclNTYKB, Prop.  25   Horses,   Full   Livery   Equipment,  Including Three New lhiggies.  there i��   110  MuruesM Shop in   either ttr.cii.  mod i>t ��'���  .ud Forks, linv. i.luclced up  ,Mith   lint urn.   I'aiti.  -Smeller Lake Ice Delivered 10 Order���  (PHONE H.)  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  rromW   Attention to   orders  nt Hiiy  Uotir of day or night.  J Church Servioes 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. Wesley  Miller, supply.  St. A ndrews' 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.    Rer.  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  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  Church of England���Services 1st and  3d Sundays each month, 3:30 p. m.,  by Rev. Leech-Porter of Greenwood.  Doi't Be Backward.  Do not hesitate to ask for a free  sample of Chamberlain's stomach and  Liver Tablets. We are glad to give  them to anyone who is troubled with  biliousness, constipation, or any disorder of the stomach. Many have been  permanently cured by their use. For  sale by J. B. Boyle.  THE OBSERVATORY  Things T_i___i> ok at  Hon a AMD KLg-WHBKK  ���J.   u-ii-fill   to  ���    I'lli-Lry,  <������!. n-it-iiliriU,   and  its  all and   necesearv   to  alienage  is  A pracliral liou . nf nearly h Uioujit'i I |n_  ���lll.ixt  III'MI IMI.'ll_i!'l  ill till V  b'UU.'fl  'if I.   .' Irtl'l 1  ,.1 iH facta will |��iihh  unifier wiih   tin-   li.m  ,_-i|>- iiimIt'IU'mI by llie every ilnv 111  11.  (t is adowm books in one, covi-rbii: tin- 11 i-' TV. Ushs, Terminology, Geog-  rsphv, (ieoloity, (.:bemistry, Miiier.ili.ify.   .Mela hi.^y,   Finances and   Statistics  of  t'ii|>p��-r.  I Wives the plain facts in plain Kugli-li without fear or favor.  JUiaU aiid demoibes 3,849 e��ipper miiien ar.l companies, in all parts of the  wnrbl, rltiBi'.rirtt.ioriH riiiiniu/ fr nn t��vo li i<m to 12 pajjea, aci-onling to importance  of ihe propertv.  the COl'I'KK  HANDBOOK i.-i coii'-eded to be the  World'* Standard Ra'ferenoa Book en Coiisi  1        ���    ��� ;  The miner neeils the liook for the facts it. givci him atiout mines, mining and  metal.  The investor nee Is ih>* '���<  111���11 tH hii<1 Copper Statieiiis.  in iilain Emsbsli. '.     ,  ,    ,., _,..,,  Price i��*6, in Buckram, wit-l. itilt top; $7.50.111 full librarv morocco. Will  he cciii (ullv prepaid,on'aprriiviil. loanv *d<lre_8 ordi-r.tl, aii'l may be returned  wiiliin a week01 receipt ifn.it found fully natisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS. 36 Pott Odea Block.' Houfbton   Mloh.. U. S. A.  >k for the fault* it give." liiin   about  Mining   Invest-  llnndredti  ol   Sv^indliui;  Companiea  are  erpo.ed  e_>s_i>��  W  Buckless   Brothers  Cheap Rales East.  The Great Northern will sell excursion tickets to the liast good for 90  days return as follows: To Detroit  and return $79.10, Buffalo $90.60,  Pittsburg $87.60, New York $102.60,  Toronto $91.40, Montreal $102.60, Ottawa $102.60, Quebec $109.60 Monc-  ton $r2o.6o St. John N. B. $1 20.60,  Halifax N. S. $129.60, Boston $103.-  6o, Indianapolis $76.60, Cincinnati  $82.60, Louisville $82.Go, Cleveland  $83.60.  Tickets will be sold   August 7, 8 &  9th and September 8 and 10th.  M. M. Stephens,  Agent  Saved Hit Comrade's Life.  "While returning from Grand Army  Encampment at Washington City, a  comrade at Elgin, 111., was taken with  cholera morbus and was in a critical  condition," says Mr. J. E. Houghland,  of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy and believe saved his life. I  have been engaged for ten years in immigration work and conducted many  parties to the south and west. I always carry this remedy, and have used  it on several occasions." Sold by all  druggists.  Orders  Express and Baggage Transferred to   and  from all Trains.  Heavy Driving���Furniture Moving.  ilrphnne No  ����� ��  Phoenix Livery Stable  D.   J.   McDonald,  Everything New ���  Prop.  cjappiages   and   other   rigs    horses And saddles, several   "���""^hunmired cords of dry wood  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.  DOMINION  AVE., COR.  BANNER: ST., PHOENIX,  B. C.  0**lrtVcA^^  BCST   IH 8>X;  cvaiv^  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON. B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  The Win? Hotel of tie Kootfjj1  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms.  Application to Transfer Liquor License.  Notice in hereby given thai. I intend  to apply at the "next meeting qf-ttie  Hoard of License Commissioners of tbe  <'��� rporaUon of tbe City of Phoenix, B.  ('.. for the transfer to sell liquor at re-  tad, at the premises known as the Cottage Ifotel. Dominion avenue. Phoenix,  H. C, now held bv me. to J C. Lnbclle.  Hated at Phoenix," B.C., this 15th day  of June, W06.  (Sinned)  Pkucy Wilkinson.  Witness: M.H. Kane.  Corporation of the Citv  of Phoenix  Special Rates to Winnipeg.  The C. P. R. is making a special  rate of $20.85 f��r tne round trip from  Cranbrook to the Winnipeg exhibition,  tickets to be on sale from July 20th to  27th, and good to return till August  2d. This makes an excellent opportunity for those wishing to visit the  prairie capital to do it at a much less  cost than usual.  Modest Clalma Often   Carry tbe  Most  Conviction.  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his gun before a com  mittee of judges, he stated its carrying  power to be much below what he felt  sure the gun would accomplish. The  result of the trial therefore was a great  surprise, instead of disappointment. It  is the same with the manufacturers of  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not pub  licly boast of all this remedy will ac  complish, but prefer to let the users  make the statements. What they do  claim is, that it will positively cure diar  rhoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach  and bowels, and has never been known  to fail.    For sale by all druggists.  Will some one rise and explain why  it is that, when there is plenty of real  news in the country for a live man to  handle, so much misinformation is  sent out from Grand Forks? Last  week the enterprising individual who  sits behind the pen for the outside papers for that town, discovered that  Supt. Hodges, of the Granby Consolidated, was about to take a trip, and  Mr. Hodges is taking them all the  time, more or less, in the course of  his duties. Immediately, Mr. Misinformation sends it out that Mr. Hodges was off for Montreal and New York  to consult with the directors of the  company, when nothing of the kind  was in mind. Mr. Hodges went to  Vancouver to enjoy a well-earned,  though brief, outing in camp, having  purchased a yacht there and being  handy to the city in case ol need.  Again, Mr. Misinformation sends  out monthly that the Granby Co. has  a payroll of $40,000 at its smelter.  Such is not the case, as any official of  the company would doubtless readily  tell him, if he took the trouble to inquire. The payroll of the Granby  Co., at both mine and smelter, is  hardly $75,000 per month, the biggest  part of it naturally being at the company's mines.  ���M  Perhaps these things are not of  great importance, but there are all  kinds of good reliable news to be obtained in this developing Boundary  country, and there is little or no ex  cuse for sending out such rot as the  above. Besides that, while we who  live here, know the unreliable character of the so-called news sent out by  this correspondent, outsiders do not.  ������t  The preacher-editor of the new Nelson Daily Canadian is putting out a  good paper for the facilities at his command. In fact, he seems to be proving that there was a place for the paper after all, notwithstanding that there  was always one good daily paper in the  Kootenay metropolis ��� the News ���  which still sets the pace for any town  of its size in British Columbia.  FATAL ACCIDENT ON OREAT   NORTHERN.  Application to Transfer Liquor License.  nor. tax xotick  Notice is hereby given that all dogs found  within the Phoeulr city limits by the 3"1 duy ��r  July, on which the taxes have nnt been paiil for  thefyesr i<k>6, will be impounded and destroyed  1. not redeemed.  C H. 1'I.OOD,  Chief of I'ollce.  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S. F. & N. RY.  Daily  Leave  PHOENIX  nix Shoe Shop  9:00 a.m.  9:00 n.iti  9:00 a.m  Spokane. Seattle,  Kverett, llelliiighntu  VaiicouT-i Victoria,  and        all        Coast  points -   Spokane, ferule,  Winnipeg, St. Paul,  Minneapolis ...������   TTrand- Forks, He-  public, Curlew, ^f ar-  cus and Kerry (Midway)  Daily  Arrive  6:j_p._i.  6:55 p.m.  6:55 P.���.  .��� INorthport, Kosslandl 6      _ m  9:00 a.m I Nt.lso,r .~"��l_  _____  I 6:55 p.m.  I K*. Sun.  g:oo a.m.') Knslo. Sandon  A. T. TURANO, Prop. !  Boots and Shoes made to or- ���  der, first-class  work guar- j  anteed.     Miners'   Boots   a <  specialty, guaranteed water j  proof. I  Flrai Sired - Opp. Knob Hill Hotel  PttoecU, B. C. '  ComcctiiiK at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  J^-DAILV OVrSLAND   TR��lN_     ��  From   Spokane  for   Winnipeg. St.  Paul.  I Minneapolis,   St    Louis    Chicago and  all |  teW~��Pl.t�� Information,   rates,   berth |  reservation*, etc., call on or _ddre*a,  M. M.STRFHKNS. Agent Wiuj  __.YKKKKS.A.O.P.A.w  Notice is hereby given that I, H. A.  Wright, intend to applv to the Board of  License Commisi-ioners of the Corporation of the City of Phoenix, at its next  meeting, for the tranefi'r of the license  to sell liquor at retail, now held by me,  in respect of the premises known us the  Dominion Hotel, Old Ironsides Avenue,  to William II. Davidson.  (Signed)  Harry A. WRionr  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, this 23d Day ot  June, 1000.  tldlcyontlotSpringS:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  ^_B___The most perfectly appointed Health  ��� ud Pleasure Resort in the West, with a com.  pletcsystem of Ilsths���iucludtng Turkish and  Russian. Open the /ear round. The curativ;  properties or its waters are unequaled.  Kor Curing all Rheumatic. Nerrotii and Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  tllments.  For Kllrainntliig all MetalllePoisous from the  jjrstem  The grandeur ol the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls,  toating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursirns  kennW. Its winter climate is anmirr_w��ed fot  mlldneis. HaRRV McINTOSH,  P��onrielor.  NOTICE.  Tbndkrs for tub Pukchabk of a Mineral Claim which hak Revkrtkd  to tub govrbsment for unpaid  Taxes.  SKALKlJ TBNDKRS for the purchase of the  "Quien Sabe" mineral claim, Lot 1767, situated  In the Rossland Assessment District, will he received by the undersigned up to .1 p. m. on Tucs-  esdny, thesist dny of July, iqofi  No tender will be entertained for less than  the upset price, viz : Jsi.50  Falrvlew, B.C., July jln, K06.  C. A. R. LAMIILY,  Asslstau; Commissioner t.und; and Works.  A pencil mark here fj(&~  ia a reminder that vour sulc  acription to t_ is paper is  now paat due, ai.d the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.  t ___^_**^___iM____________ta__**  Marysville, the East Kootenay smelter town, has a board of trade that is  up and doing for the good of the town.  It is to be hoped that it will be better  able to keep alive than most of the  similar organizations throughout the  Kootenays and Yale.  Here's a problem, and we hereby  offer a year's subscription to the  Pioneer to the first one who will send  a correct answer to this office. If it  took Duncan Ross, M. P., ten months  to secure a mail survice over the  Great Northern railway���ten months  after the railway was operating passenger trains to this place���how long it  will take the same estimable gentleman  to secure a mail service between  Greenwood and Phoenix that will not  require from two to four and five days  in transmission one way? Now, don't  all speak at once.  �����f  Just turn it over in your mind,  gentle -reader, from the Honorable  Kodolphe Lemieux, postmaster-general  down. Two whole days���if you are  in luck���to get a piece of mail matter  from Greenwood to Phoenix, towns  scarcely five miles apart, and connected by the C. P.R., running trains  six days a week. Is that not enough  to make a horse laugh?  If you are superstitious about the  number 13 you had better give us  your American quarter dollars, for on  each one are 13 stars, 13 letters in  the scrool of the eagle's beak, 13 leaves  on the olive branch, 13 arrow heads and  13 letters in the words "quarter  dollar." No; its not safe to keep them,  so bring them in and get credit on  your subscription for the full   amount.  Judge  W. n.   TowtiBtnd   One   ol   the   l!n  fortunate Victims.  No   longer  can   it   be said, as   has  often been stated in the past, that  the  Spokane Falls & Northern ��� a Great  Northern extension   into   British   Columbia���has  never   been   responsible  for the death of a passenger since the  road   began   operations    in   October,  1889.  Last Saturday night a terrible accident occurred on the Spokane-Nelson  train   at   Beaver Canyon, seven   miles  above Waneta,  B.   C, in   which four  lives   were   lost  and   several   persons  were injured.    The killed were Judge  W.   B.   Townsend,   one  of "the  best  known men in this section; I.N. Corn-  thwaitc, of Spokane;   M.   1).   Mclvin-  non, purser of the steamer   Kaslo; XV.  B.   Smith,   bartender   of the  steamer  Kaslo.    The injured were Mrs. \V. U.  Poole,   of Spokane; Miss  Wragge, ol  Cranbrook;    Louis Bergeison, ol Stillwater, Minn.; Chas. Summers, porter  on the buffet coach; Conductor G. F.  Ingerham and Brakeman E. A. Paden:  When Hearing the bridge, the buffet  car, the last on the train, left the rails  and dragged the day coach with it, the  engine and other  coach remaining oti  the metals.    The   day  coach   turned  over completely, the  two  cars   falling  some forty feet.    Judge Townsend and  the other victims   of the  fatality were  instantly killed.  As soon as possible the dead and injured were taken to Nelson.  How the accident occurred   is  said  by the railway people to be a   mystery  as yet, as the coaches were all carefully  inspected  before leaving  Spokane   in  the morning, as usual. An examination of the track itself at the scene of  the accident, showed that it was in  good shape.  Judge  Townsend's   home    was   in  Rossland, and he was widely.and favorably known all over the Kootenays and  Yale. Last summer he was in and  out of Phoenix the entire season, in  his capacity as right-of-way agent for  the West Kootenay Power & Light  Co, then building its high-tension  lines into the Boundary from Kootenay river. He had recently accepted j ��X_X_x_x_X_x_i����_x_a_^^  a position as right-of-way agent with  the Great Northern, and was to work  at the coast for the V., V. & F.  Judge Townsend was born in England in 1838, and was a veteran of the  Criiiiean war. He lived at New Westminster for 16 years, being mayor there  at one time. He came to Rossland  in the nineties.  mmmmm  Winnipeg  Exhibition  Rates  Prom   Cranbrook, B. O.  $20.85  ROUND TRIP.  On Sale July _o to 27.    Good  to    return    until    August    2.  MRS. LOUIS LACOMB.  SUFFERED RIB MONTHS.  Operation Advocated���Saved  By Pe-ru-na,  Mrs. J-OulB I.acomb, llayward, Wis.,  writes:  "I liavo followed your treatment as  closoly as I could and am now entirely  well.  '' We had two doctors and one said  that I would have to ha ve an operation  performed before ! could regain my  health.  "We then decided to wrlto you as to  my condition, as I hud been suffering  nearly a year -with sovere pains and  headaches at times so that I could  scarcely stand up.  "Now I feel so well after a short  treatment with your remedy, and am  so grateful that J do not know how to  express my thanks.  "I thank you many times for the kind  advice 1 have had from you."  Write to Dr. S. B. Hartman,President  of the Hartman Sanitarium, Oolambua,  Ohio, for free medical advice.  OLLA PODRIDA  Fresh Vegetables  Direct From the Farm  to Your Table.     .    .  West Selling Dates  Eastern Excursion Rates  August    7, 8,   9,     September   8,   10  St. Paul,   Chicago, Ontario,  Ouebec, Maritcme Provinces.  Kor rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  A. W. Hai.kv, ]���:. J. Covi.k,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C.  J.  S. Caktkk, D. P. A,  N'elsnn. B.C  Corporation of the CltV  of Phoenix.  NOTICE.  Will visit Phoenix every Tuesday and Friday with the freshest  and latest productions of the  Kettle River Valley. Rhubarb a  specialty.   Fruit in season.  A. Galloway,  Columbia, B. C.  Home Industry Exposition.  A home industry exposition, moving  machinery, high class band music and  the best vaudeville attractions are being provided by the 150,000 Club of  Spokane for the night show at the Spokane fair grounds lrom September 24  to October 6. This will be the bi_.  carnival feature of the fair. The admission at night has been reduced to  10 cents, and there is every reason to  believe that thousands of Spokane people as well as thousands of people from  the country will attend  each   evening.  Old Chronic   Sorea.  As a dressing for old chronic sores,  there is nothing so good as Chamberlain's Salve. While it is not advisable  to heal old sores entirely, they should  be kept in a good condition, for which  this salve is especially valuable. For  sore nipples Chamberlain's Salve has  no superior.    For sale by J. B. Boyle.  Untitled men will soon be as scarce  in Ottawa as privates are in Kentucky.  In Kentucky you are likely to be a  Col.  In Ontario you may be K; C. M. G.  Or C. M. G.  Or L. L. D.  Or T. P.  Or E. S. Q.  If you wear a name unadorned by  any of these ranks or titles you musi  be D. E. A. D.  In case you wish to drop a line to  Canada's governor-general, '* here is the  orthodox way to open fire:  "To his Excellency the Right Honorable Sir Albert Henry George, Earl  Grey, Viscount Howick, Baron Grey  of Howick, in the county of Northumberland, in the Peerage of the United  Kingdom and a Baronet: Knight  Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished  Order of Saint Michael and Saint  George, etc., etc., Governor General of  Canada."  Sing a song of pestilence, a fellow  full of rye, four and twenty serpents  dancing in his eyes; when his eyes  were opened, he shouted for his life,  wasn't he a pretty chump to go before  his wife? His hat was in the parlor  underneath the chair; his boots were  in the hallway, his coat was on the  chair, his trousers in the kitchen, his  collar on a shelf, but he hasn t any notion where he was himself. When the  morn was breaking, someone heard  him call���his head was in the icebox,  which was the best of all.  He was a very young clergyman  and on this his first day at his first ap  pointment, he showed evident nervousness. After reading the service the  young clergyman faltered out the following announcement:  "Services will be held at 10 a. m.  next Sunday at the north end, and in  the afternoon at the south end at half  past three. Infants will be baptized  at both ends."  Latest Mining   Stock Quotation!.  Following are the approximate  prices  of mining stocks for thiB week:  ��� ID ASKSD  American   Bov  ,K 01 '4  B.   C.  Standard  _0 25  Belcher Mountain  42 48  B.   C.   Copper  7 2.. 7 50  Can. Con.   M.   and  S.. 128 00    VM 00  California  02 04  Can.  Gold   Fields  OS'.j 07  Curiboo-M. Kinney .. .. 02 U.S  Copper   King  04]... 05  Dominion   Copper  .... 2 tiO I! 00  Denoro  Mines  0634 07  Deer  Trail   Con  ill1.; 02  Kureka  Copper     ��� 10  (irnnby Con     11 00 11 50  Fifher  Maiden  02 0.'!  Giant  01 02  International Coal  58 02  .luinbo  Hi 22  La   Plata  16 ���  North Star  05 Oti1...  Pathfinder  0_!_ 041...  Payne      IW Ol1...  Referendum  05 0(5  Rambler-Cariboo  24 20  Sullivan  0;P_ 04  Snowstorm  2 10 2 50  Sonortv  OH1-, 04  Stewart  SO 1  25  Tamarack 1- Chespeake 90 1  10  White, Bear  07 08  Wu-hin_iou   Meteor... 11 t:5  SEE .  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork I  THROUGH    UTAH    AND     COtORADO  Castle Unte. Canon of tli_ Grand  Black I'anon, Marshall ami Tennessee I'asses, and the World  - -     - Kamous Koyal (Jorge  For   Descriptive and Illustrated    .amplets,  write to  VV. C. McBrlde, General Agent,  in Third Street PORTLAND, OR.  "THE  MILWAUKEE"  'THE    PIONEER  LIMITED"  CHICAGO.  ST.    PAUL    TO  Notice Is liefebv niveti that the first sittin.- ol  the Annual Court o! Kevision of the Municipality  uriliv ritvuf I'hOL'iiix, It. C . will In-held in ihe  Council Chatnher city hall, on Saturday, the iSlh  day of Auiiust, 1906, at tv.11 o'clrck I' M .fur ihe  >|nrposr of hearing complaint* against the assessment made by the assessor, and for revising  and coriectin_ the assessment roll.  D.J. Matiikson,  C.M.C.  I'lioeutx   B. C, july 6. 1006,  GRFAT NORTHERN  SIMMER  EXCURSIONS.  Phoenix to Chicago, St. I.ouis, St. Paul,  Minneapolis, Duluth, Kansas City, St.  Joseph, Leavenworth, Omaha, Council  Bluffs, Sioux City and Fort William at  first class fare plus .flO for the round  trip. Selling dates Julv2nd and August  7th, 8th and 9th, and Sept. 8th and 10th,  good for 90 days, but not after October  31st, 1906. Ten days will be allowed  from date of sale on going portion of  tickets. Stop-overs will be allowed  west of Missouri river, SI. Paul, Duluth  and Fort William.  Elks,    Denvkh,   Colo,  July   17th   to  19th, 1900.  Selling date*, July 10th and 15th. Going  Transit limit, July 19th.     Final return limit, Sept. 30th, 1006  Odd   Fellows,   Tokonto,   Ont. ,   Sept.  12-2o, 1906.  Selling dates, Sept. 8th and 10th.  Going limit, Sept. 22.    Final  return limit,  "Nov. 30th, 1900.  Knights of Pvthiab, New Orleans,  Oct. 15-25th. 1906.  Selline dates, Oct. 7th and 8th. Going  limit, Oct. 16th. Final return limit,  Nov. loth.  For the above meetings, first class fare  plus U0.  Children of half age will take half the  above rates.  S. G. Ykrkkb, Asst.-Gen. Pass. Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  M. M. STKriiENK. Agent. Phoenix, B.C  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement].  NOTICE.  "Sovereign" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located:    In Providence cam p.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Isaac  H. Hallett, as  agent for George   \V.   Rumberger,  Free   Miner's  Certificate No.  B91423. and Harry Nash,   Free  Miner's Certificate.N'0. 119157s, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the MiniiiR  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown (irant of the above  claim  And further take notice tint action, under section 37    must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this loth day of April, A.D. 1^06.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  'Overland    Limited"    Omaha     to    Chicago.  'SOUTH-WEST  LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY   TO  CHICAGO.  No trains in the service on any railroad in the world equals m equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  own sleeping and dmini; cars and ,_.ive  their pairons an excellence of service  not obtainable elsewhere.  Berths in their sleepers are longer,  higher and wider than in similar _ar>  on any other line. They protect their  trains by the Block system.  R. !.. HOKP.CmtmTci.'il Ak-iU,  Room 1, Marble H.mk lt;d_.. Spokane Wash.  U.S. ROW K. Central A cent.  I.Vl Third Street. IMitluud. Olc_on.  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS   BANK.  Dividend No. <M.  Notice is hereby ujven that 11 Dividend at the rate of ei-tht pi'i cent, m-r  annum on the Paid-up Capital Stink  of this Bank has been declared for the  quarter eiidingWth Juiiv, lSOti, and that  the .ame will he payable ;il ihe h"ad  Ottiee aiid Brunches uii and alter Tuesday, :!rd   day of July next.  The Transfer Bmiks will be rinsed from  the 15th to the 30th June, both day.- 111  elusive.  By order of the Hoard.  J. Mackinsos,  1 "ti-ne.a! Mummer.  Sh.rbrool;e,2'Jth May, Hint;.  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your   supply   of   I-'ire.  Wood,  either   lor   immediate   use   or  lor  the  future.     All orders prtunptlv filled.  liKNKKAI.     SANITARY     ASH     -f A V |-.\i . )��� K  WORK   IH iSK ON   SHORT   NO'IH  I-..  D. L.  Mclntomxney  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  'Old Mird" Mineral Claim, situate In the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located;    in Long Lake Camp  TAKE   NOTICK  that   I,   Isaac H    Hallett, as  agent for   William   I,.  C. Gordon, Free  Miner's  < eriiticate \o. H.S633;.. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, 10 apply lo the Mining   Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a 1'iowti (.rant ofthe above claim.  And further take n��._ic? that action, under section j7, must be commenced before the i**uance  of -uch 1 ertit.c-Jte uf I mproveinents.  Dated this ai-it dav of April. A.D. icx*  3..- I.   ii. HALLKTT.  MIMftfAL  ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "H'mtity Vi actional" Mineral  Claim,  situate  in  the ('��� ret m .. _>_M Mining iJivi* ��>n   of Yale Di*-  tin.t     Wli-rv Incited     011 WMlacr Mountain.  TAK1-. NOTICK that 1. Na.u:   H    Hallett,   <-".ee  Miner'- O rtiru; ttr   \... H.i.;.;*\ tor my^ell, __ud a*  a^rui !'���:   n.omns   T.    1 [ernlei smm .   I-ter    Miner'*  Cerwticiif No.   n^.v-j.  intend, sixt\   days from  ii;ilt- lir:;-i-f, to ni",'U  to .lie Mining   Recorder for  a Certificate of Imp:-.veim-Mtv fur the purpose of  i.-bianuni; a Ciown Grant ot the above claim.  .wi-.l tu: tlier take noticr that action under >ec-  tioii 37. must be coiuuvucol before the i.-sunucc  of such i'ei tiricate of Improvement*.  Dated this vth dav of March. A.D   1906.  I. H. HALLKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  TEL  City Scavenger,  No. II32. 1'ILOKNIX,  NOTICK.  "S:i!i',;i_ 1-':actional" am! " Hilly Fractional"' Mm  era! Cbi in-;. Miuatt- in the Gu-enwood Mining  V vi^on ot 'Yale   District.     Where located.   In  Sw. * '.a:k Cam;.  TAK.K Nf'TlCh lh.it I . L-a-u-   II     H.illett.   bV_r  M im t *s Ct-un'i. .a-   No   ii.,i.ir. lot m> <i l:'. r.-j.l a*  a.;<-n: t'.'r Allien }���; A-h��;r..U. Ktee M lllviS Certl-  :: .* !tv No. I'^l.cv 1. I'MiMi'l. -ix I v d:\\s from the  .'. it- hereof, lv>.i','[,;> ;.>!lir Mining Kccotder lor  �� ettiticatt's ot Iiii|'M'.''tiU'iit\ foJ the put pose ol  obtaining  Cr-.'A :i (1 r ,1111 ^ of thr a bove cm im>.  And lui iher tak*- notice thai action, under section ;7,mn->l b<* commenced before the issuance  o!'��:u'e!i Ce: tific.itr > of Improvements.  Dated Ibis iMh dav . f April..-\ D. k.oo.  u_ I. II   HALLKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "b'our Taw" ;iml "Little Dalle*" Mineral' 'taims.  situate m tbe Greenwood Mining   Division of  Vale Distnct      Where located:  In Greenwood  Cm m p.  TA K K NOTICK that I. Isaac  If.   Hntlrtt, lujeut  Wlb'tii      1      1*.uter,    1'ree     Miner's   Cntificnte  \o   |io!-.s>)',  niteiio   sixty days   from date hereof.  t 1 :ipplv to the Mining 'Recorder fot   Ce'iific*(r��  .���1   Impioveinents. tor   th**   pur pose of obUmlnR  , ; own (.rants ot the aNiv ibiiins,  A m! further lake 1 ft tee t lint a c foil, under section   .7, must be commenced before the   issuance  ,1 such Oerti-icHtCM f Improvement*.  Dated this _;th diiy oK November, A.D   1305.  t.a ifiuarr.  If'  ;, i. i-mf 1  ���r. ." .v.. .-:,'j3y.v    m  . ' :>':���    ill  ������$',��� II : .  ft  if  . *  a*  '?  4.1  . Mw  Mm  M i  'J.   IJ  &4  .1  * S <!  ��  iJ  Sfl  > 90 rll  _f<  ��l  5P1  m  '_  M  ill  Vjjffir.  lift  lib  Sfefsf  !i  iP-f1!  3  8*  CtS,.  a'I  ���** S1 ft  THB FHf >ENIX PIONEER  __.^.^.^.^.^.^.^^^__fc__fc__&O^^^^^A^^^������_/'-  /_ _ ��� __ _       .f>  In Such Legitimate Shares  as   Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  to  to  /IS  to  to  In and Around Phoenix  IIKIKF   TOPIC-   OK   LOCAL   AND   (IKNKRAl.  INTKKKST   TO   I'UOKNICIANS.  to  to  to  to  to  llolel For Sale.  Central   Hotel, Old   Ironsides  Phoenix, for sale.     Any  reus-  offer will   br:  considered.     Koi  The  avenue  onable  full particulars apply to  son, I'hoenix, H. C  :1;   ��� "' *  Mathc-j$  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW.   Pea  . estate'was never so low, and money will he made in buy  ing business and residential property.    livery  in Phoenix is rented.    Business is good.   Buy  get the advance.  residence  now. and  MINING CLAIMS \m STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho stocks will Bring Ouich Returns.  Will Sell Today;  $$������$$$$���������* II ***����������SaSfc  Granby   Dominion   Inl. rnntionftl Conl   AJhambrfi (Cocur <l',\.)..  topper Kiiij:   Oro I>_naro._   Itiirke-   Mullion   Happy "��>������ -   HcC-la   Idaho Mont. S   Soliorn (Cocur d'A.)....  Snow Storm   Stuart ���   Furnace Cr. (Cain.)   SulUvim   Skylark   ���J.   I__.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B. C  m  leading Hotel of Boundary's leading  Mlnlne Camo  Hotel Balmoral  New and D|>-to-dat_,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms,  Corner Knob Hill Ave., nml Find. St.  '    PHOKNIX, K. C.  J. A  McMASTER  Proprietor.  1  m  ���_t ___* ___* ___t V^a_L> ^M_f _M_r ^__r ___? ___r ^__s ^____r ^u/0%^uvUiU/UJM/UJtf/ ________^l_f ___/___________.  ___/ U|My  K J^_BPL#W_fc^i_iTl^B-^_aiP*flP|f_, w9^^^B^M9^^n9^&irr9^^^9^^ ^9^^%*t w9^^^9^^fl9^^ft9^^^9^^rt^^^rt9^kn9^Rft9^A^9^^fi9^^A9^^^9^^  i _tftf  2)6mfnfon IDotel |  ____________^_e_______________________________________^______e_e__   m  m  This Is the Largest Hotel In the City  and has been improved and refitted,  being well adapted for' mining and  travelling men. Bathroom. Bar well  stocked with choice goods. Dining  Room undei personal charge ot the  proprietress.  pboentg. B.C.  Mrs. P. L  McKELVEY, Prop.  Telephone No. 77.  2 ___f___f ___* ____f____r____f_MUS_\0_f^_llf ^M�� _\Wf_t__*^\^hU^____t^__f^M_f \___f'_U__s____r____f____f____f ____(____* __f(s  t Jf__K ^"WC -^p_lfl_^Si_/l_��W_^'^^^wn* "i\ y^P^"v ^^H &9^K, ^^K t* n^Kift^^/99^K/t9^^rf9^^^^nJti^KtW^Kin9^^n9^K^t^^^MKK^9wk  THE   ONLY   FIRST-CLASS    AND    UP-TOOATE  HOTEL   IN    PHOENIX  lOotcl Brooklyn  ��*W  MOM   OfLUkm  TO*.  JAMES MARSHALL,  Proprietor  ���car sampli iioows im thi  ���OUMDAItr  0*VO��lT_r    OMttAT    NOHTM4MH  STATION  mATMnoom  m  oqmmkotioh  KODAKS  We  stock  are  of  constantly adding to our  CAMERAS  and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES,  and can furnish- anything wanted in  this line, for the amateur or professional.    Call and see our lines.  Also large stock   of  local   views   to  send to friends.  ros.. Smith  LIMITED.  Stationery,    Wall Paper,  Fancy Goods:, Etc.  A"ent for   Mason   &   Risch   Pianos.  Ipfooeniy, B.C.  POINTER  to people in need of  s  We have an assortment "that can  not be equalled in  town. Every one  in our store is ihe  kind that gives  satisfaction. We  expect that everything we sell you  will make you a  better customer.  Our stock is selected for its quality above all else.  When that is secured we make  our prices so low-  that you may think  the goods inferior.  Inspection will  dispel that idea  at once.  Jioyle, thf. Druggist.  Hannam's milk suffers no addition  or subtraction.  New and second hand goods sold  by R. J. Gardner.  Prescriptions properly prepared by  Boyle, the Druggist.  Miners, attention. If you want  solid comfort, stay at Hotel  Brooklyn.  Pot Sale.���Old Miners' Union hall.  Apply to John Mclnnis, chaiiman  Board of Trustees.  Danny Deane expects lo move into  his new hotel on First street some time  next week,'alter many delays.  McClung & James this week sold  their lease and slock in the Butte hotel, Dominion avenue, to Brown &  Bowen, who have taken possession.  A. S. Hood reports considerable inquiry for residence property, from  those who intend to improve, and he  expects to sec several residences erected this year.  The West Kootenay Power & Light  Co. has a force of men cutting out  dangerous trees on the right of way of  the pole line between I'hoenix and  Hartford Junction.  Olivia Dahl, the Norwegian singer,  who will appear here next Wednesday  evening, comes most highly recommended, and it.is quite evident that  there is a treat in store for music lovers here.  The Great Northern train now arrives in Phoenix, when on time, at 6.  55 p. m., or half an hour later than  heretofore, leaving at the same time as  before, 9 a.m., shortening'the running  time about half an hour.  New officers recently elected by the  Phoenix Catholic Club are as follows:  President, P. II. Cosgrove; vice-president, I.)uncan McDonald; secretary,  John Mclnnis; treasurer, M. St Denis; recording secretary, D. McPherson.  J. Derosier, of Greenwood, who has  the contract for the new building to  be erected here by P. Burns & Co.,  Ltd., states that he has been greatly  delayed in securing the lumber, but  will rush the work on the structure as  soon as the material is on the ground.  J. W. Hannam, who recently added  nine cows to his dairy, which he  brought from Lardo, has had another  one investigating the pilot on one of  the Great Northern locomotives, with  disastrous results. The railway company disclaims all liability in such  cases made and provided.  W. J. Parker and Richard Lorah  have purchased the Spencer ranch of  some 320 acres, and placed a man in  charge. The 'property is located on  what is known as the old Anaconda  road, once the main highway into the  Bonndary, and about three miles  across country from Phoenix. The  price is not made public.  Greenwood money was in evidence  last Sunday on the baseball game in  that town between the home team  and the fans lrom Phoenix. After a  good game, resulting Phoenix 8,  Greenwood 5, the money was not so  much in evidence, as goodly chunks  of it came up the hill with the victorious team.  For British Columbia Medical Assn.,  Toronto, Aug. 21st to 25th inc., the  Great Northern will sell round trip  tickets at single fare on the certificate  plan, Phoenix to Toronto and return.  Certificates will be honored up to  September 30th, 1906. Delegates wishing to return to the Coast from  Toronto may do so by paying the  agent at Toronto the difference in rates.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Don't forget   Boyle   is the Druggist.  Special attention given to Miners'  Dinner Buckets at Hotel Brooklyn.  When feeling like having just a  wee drappe Scotch, call at the Brooklyn and have a wee taste McCallum's  Perfection.  Have you seen the newest in print  ed stationery, linenette? It is the  best yet. Stock just received by the  Pioneer job department.  Al. Almstrom has received a new  stock of stationery, including the finest  writing materials, Holland Linen, F.ng-  glish Linen, Irish Fla\. Swiss Lawn,  etc. Also, Moore's Non-Leakable  Fountain Pen, the ���'Clean to Handle.''  Ramsey's and Webb's Chocolates, that  melt in your mouth. tl  Bert Martin, who understands his  business, gave two moving picture entertainments Monday and Tuesday  evenings at the opera house. The  first evening was devoted to the San  Francisco earthquake, while the program was changed entirely for the second night. As a rule the films were  excellent, and the entertainments were  worthy of better houses.  MINERAL  Certificate of Improvements.  rvoTicic.  Itelle View I'riictlonar'/'Miitlle Axe Fractional"  anil "Apex Frri-lionnl"   Mineral  Claims- situate in  the Oreenvvuod   Mining Oivislon  oC  Vale  Oistiict.    Where   Located:    in  Greenwood Camp.  TAKIi   NOTICK   Unit  r.Jswie  II.   Hulled, an  Ant-lit  for Krie  K. Jiicksmi  Free Miner's Cetti-  finite No. Ii8_S4_, mid   Francis  W. Groves, Free  Miner's Ccrli'Ccnte No  ll;./.*>,iiileiid,,_odny���f.oiu  date hereof, to apply   to the .Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for Ihe purpose of  obtaining Crown Crnnts of the above claims.        I  And further take notice that action, nuclei   sec- j  lion _7. must be commenced litfore the issuance j  of such Cctlificatis of Improvements.  Dated tills jothilnyorMny. A. 1). 1906.  1. II. HAM.KTT.  -MiaciFifcm  ��� ��.  ft.  <������'>  Mi",liily  No.  No.  No.  No.  Our clearing sale of  . . .CO U CUES. . .'��� ��� ;  Hit...' eoiK'lies urn not .simp worn uoo.Ih but lli;-v  must  idve   plu. .  illeitMil <i.sit,'iiH.    The I'o.'I .wing piiees\vill interest you.  print; ccIkc plain  A line wide couch in best quality cover  top, will soon clear lit ��� ������ ���   Willi IH lire nil around, hesl upholsteriii); in _oo_ veloum  mattress, tufted sp' ini! ';'1��c,  (i("K  value at J17 .......  A plain top eoucl-. silk plush band, excellent value Hi  t>5  but clearii'K nt i   A strong cheiipcouch, in lapesliy, worth J10, lo cknr at...  TERMS: NBT CASH.  See our Bed Lounges $15 to $25  .    .    BINN5    ���    .  $20.00  15.00  13.00  7.50  FURN1TURK.  UNDERTAKING.  ��fa������$ts>G��ett(^  Excursion  Encouraging la Boston.  Very encouraging news comes from  the Granby mine, and it is claimed  that before the close of the year the  company will be able to handle nearly  5,000 tons of rock daily where at present only about 3,000 tons are sent to  ihe mills.  The Granby mine is an example of  what economical management will accomplish for a low grade property.  During a period of three years the  management has succeeded in reducing  production costs nearly three cents a  pound and at the same time largely increasing the production of the mines,  until equipment is abont ready for  operation that will handle fully 5,000  tons of rock daily.  Granby is earning $1.50 per share  on a production of 3,000 tons of ore  daily, and before the close of 1906  earnings should be increased to nearly  $3 a share.���United States Investor.  Boundary Side Lights  A SUN DIAL  records the exact time.    Men  of affairs  require promptitude in keeping eniruge-  ments.  TIMEPIECES  that, keep ���xiict lime are u   part  of our  jewelry offering.  You won't losea train if your watch is  bought here. We show a fine assortment hikI at extiein-ly low price. . Call  and eef! them.  GEORGE E7 DEY,  JEWELER,  Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  BLACK  ��:THE JEWELER:-  Knob Iiill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  HAZELWOOD  and  %  Draisey's   Candy  Kitchen.  Next Ao Knob Hill C_fcN  First Street.  OLIVIA DAHL COMING.  Phoenix Music  Lovers  Will   Hear  the  New  Jenny Llnd Next Wednesday.  An   announcement   of the   deepest  interest to all lovers of music is that of  the   engagement   of Olivia   Dahl, the  new   "Jenny Unci," as   she has been  called, for a concert at the opera house  on   Wednesday   evening,   August 1st.  Miss Dahl is not alone the idol of the  Norwegian people; she is one  of the  most appreciated  of all  the artistes of  northern Europe, and the fact that her  name is as yet   less  familiar   than the  names of Melba, Nordica, Gadski and  Marcella Sembrich is in  large measure  explained by the fact that the Scandinavian people have had  strong  objection to losing their favorite singer, even  for   the  short   period required for the  American tour.    It was when the promoters of the great Minneapolis  festival   sought from   Kdward   Grieg,   the  foremost   composer   of   the age,   the  artiste whom in his opinion was  qualified   best to give vitality and color to  his works, that  they  were  referred to  Olivia  Dahl, the composer's pupil and  protege, who  was   eventually engaged  as the star soloist of the last Minneapolis festival, where she won the hearts  of 12,000 listeners in a night.  Miss Dahl came to Americawith this  introduction from the world's greatest  modern composer:  "It gives m,e great pleasure to introduce my compatriot, Miss Olivia Dahl,  to the American people. She is a  most capable singer, and possesses  a beautiful and most sympathetic voice.  She moves with surpassing ease in the  domain of song literature, interpreting  with equal intelligence the varied sentiments of the art song and the popular  ballad. I feel confident that Miss  Dahl, with her attractive personality,  will win the sympathy and appreciation  of music-loving circles in the far west."  " Christina lake is attracting a number of campers during the heated season.  The C. P. R. is reported to be considering building a boarding house at  Eholt.  Frank Hartinger, brewer of Grand  Fotks, was fined $25 by Magistrate  Cochrane for selling beer without a  city license.  - The new wagon road to Franklin  camp is said to be in good condition  now for heavy freighting, and there  will doubtless be a large amount of it.  Rails have been distributed along  the Eholt-Phoenix branch of the C. P.  R., to replace the lighter iron that has  done duty for the last six years or  thereabouts.-  G. \V. Clark, formerly of the staff of  Nelson public school, has resigned the  principalship of Grand Forks high  schooi, which he has held since September, 1903.  Ida Hartinger, of Grand Forks, won  the governor general's bronze medal  for tbe pupil receiving the greatest  number of marks at the high school  entrance examinations.  The tax sale of realty took place in  Greenwood this week, but most of the  parcels of land had been redeemed before the sale took place, the balance  being taken up by local capitalists.  Work is now proceeding on the new  hotel at Franklin City, now that the  wagon road is completed, about 30,-  000 feet of lumber being on the  ground. B. Lequime is erecting the  hotel, and' will also put up a store at  the same place.  Duncan Murray, for years a resident  of Phoenix, but latterly engineer of the  Pathfinder mine, North Fork, had the  misfortune to meet with a broken leg  last week, but his many friends will be  pleased to hear that he is getting along  nicely at the hospital at Grand   Forks.  At the meeting of Greenwood Typographical Union No. 358, held at  Greenwood last Sunday, the following  officers were elected: President, James  W. Ellis; vice-president, Ed. Rowland;  secretary-treasurer, G. A. Evans; executive committee H. S. Turner, W.  Laugh ton and F. J. Kirkpatrick.  Wm. A. Nicholson, who lost his  eyesight in the Providence mine, has  been awarded damages under the  Compensation Act, amounting to $10  per week till the amount reaches  $1,500, payment commencing from  the time of the accident. The award  was made by Judge Clement in the  county court.  Grand Forks had a $15,000 fire last  Sunday night, when the furniture stor_  and contents owned by j. W. Jones,  with some smaller structures, went up  in smoke. There was about $10,000  insurance. Mr. Jones is absent in the  Similkameen, and the origin of the  fire is a mystery. The fire department is given considerable credit for  confining the flames to the place of  origin, practically.  Trips East..  $55.10  Winnipeg,  St.  Port  Arthur,  Paul Duluih  Sioux City  Kansas City. $60.85    St. Louis. $62.60  Chicago $66.60  September 8-10  On sale August 7-S-9:  Final  Limit,  Oct. 31st.  TORONTO,  $79.25  On sale Sept. S-_-io.   Limit, Nov. 30th  MILWAUKEE,   $64.80  On sale Aug. 7-S9.     Limit, Oct  31st  Under New Management  Hotel  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice slock of Irrigating   goods./  Special attention to dining  room  well   furnished  rooms.  and  Pboe���l*. B  : Phoenix Beer  As made by the present brewer is admittedly llie  Best Beer in the.Boundaiy. With the Best Mal<  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled 101  quality.     Insist   on   having  PHOENIX   BEER.  Spring Water Ick raft Sale. Bottled Bker and Porter.  ���Through rates all stations���  ONTARIO, QUEBEC, NEW YORK  New England,  Maritime  Provinces on  application.  Opera House, Phoenix, B.C.  *,_'*0__��Vi  WEDNESDAY, AUG.  C.H.Gibbons presents Norway's   Representative Singer   Olivia  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS,  Proprietors  Okfice and Brewery, Banner St.  ���-���-���-���-_���-���-���-���-���-���-��  PH01.NIX,  -���-���-���-���-��� ���  B.C.  >  t  0  0  i  $_X_X_X_X_<_X_X_*_>2)_X^^  The BEST, Cheapest $  and most satisfactory J  Clothing in Phoenix.  Clothing I  Dahl  MEZZO-SOPRANO  mm  Featuring   Grieg   Music  AND  Norwegian    Polk-Songs  GINA SMITH  PIANISTE  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  iust arrived.     All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  GSO_#X_<_X3����<_<_x^^  HIKN1K  HI OCK.  KNOB HILT. AVE..   PHOKNIX  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all  the  leading mines bought and sold.  (J.W. Rumberger  Reserved seats at Tom   Brown's store.  Information   about    Phoenix   and   the  Boundary countiy given on application.  We can save you money  on your Laundry Bill,  and do the work  promptly in First-  Class Style. .  . .  Wagon calls in   any   part   of   Pboer. ix  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and   Saturdays, and we make a specialty  of Short   Orders   when  desired.  PHONE  59,   GREENWOOD.  Greenwood   Steam    Laundry  GREENWOOD. B. C.  Dominion  Ave.  Telephone No. 28  ��_�� Phoenix, B.C.  PALACE MEAT MARKET  DOMINION  AVE ,-HlOENIX,  B.C.  Fresh and  Salt Meats.  Ti i. No. r_. Fish,   Poultry and  Oysters.  D. J. Matheson  3n��Htiancc Hocnt  riOKI.ITV     IIONIIS,  kiuk.     i.iki-:  ,\xn  ACCIOKNT.  1'I.ATK     UI.ASH'  C.'O.MMIS.HIO.NKIi     I'llll     TAKINC:     A l-TI I) A VITH  _PHOKNIX,   B.C.  (_%  Utiitam iptt?r (Ha. Uifr.  Snmmtcm Auchup.  Men's Suits  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If YOU )rvant a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for   spring.    We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shirts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those- new  spring blocks, in Black and. Brown, also a nice range of  straw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy StfitS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks   and   three  piece suits, stylish. ���  See our line of Ladies' Waisis, I indies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,"  W&&  _j-___l_f_ii_iipg^^    _..  .   .   !&W^SS3^&uB&Wfod^  ___._. __!___>_��_. -���_____. _ _.'C-J-i*rtJ*��__._��-i-*��.-y.*i_l_i>i+_r��    ' _��___-_-> uA ���______. li '_�� (_���.__! Hlfuw.  Ti��"���"-__ _g.ww._-'a_ftW_B__qfr_P___t__ "t  .W��mffW��'fflyi'i��������������,�����", n-v-,��v,i..i.  ... J^**W9EKE__  . <*v_*Ml��_*_i��it_Prit_i XT -I*****". ���n_M"4��_ii.,____.  i_��4fiMn__Hln iwf/nanlf  s@S$  ,3_ti'S^l_lffl^P

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