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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 10, 1905

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 itSSEB  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  ���  totteer  AND  BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  -^c^JuX^. k&~^  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  \ *��  "-V  JUM 13 1905  o>  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 10 1905.  "^ORi,^  ������r  ���to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  #  ��r  PL"  m  1  Big Store  Something Good to Eat  Here is where you always find it.  Fruit  Hood     river    Strawberries  California     Cherries  Ripe Hananas  Oranges,    25c   Dozen  Blood Oranges50c. Doz.  Cocoanuts, etc.  Vegetables  Hot House   Lettuce  Asparagus .-.  .Rhubarb  Florida Tomatoes  Radishes'  New Cabbage  Parsley,, etc.  Twice a week shipment of fresh mountain  trout.  New ��� laid eggs Hazelwood butter  Lake of Woods  5 Roses Flour  We have just, received a carload  of this famous flour that all'.our  customers have been asking for  We sell it at the same price as you  pay for second rate flour of an unknown brand.  Phone orders, given prompt attention.  THE    BIG     iS'TO��fJE>  Grocery Depi.  Special Announcement.  I'very friday during the summer   months  we will have one five gallon freezer of  Hazelwood Ice Cream  lo  sell by the pint, ijuart or hall'   gallon..  Get your ordeis  in   early on   Saturday  morning so as to .ivoid dissapoinlment.  Every Thursday during the trout season  we expect to have a shipment of fresh  tiout from the Kootenay river. This  will he heie in time for Friday's breakfast. Try to have your orders in Thurs-  . uay evenings so as to catch last delivery.  Regular shipments of Hazel-  wood Butter at 35c. per pound  till further notice.  Full line of screen doors and windows  all sizes.  LIVE DUKE  His Grace, of Sutherland, Here  Wednesday.  Millionaire Travelled in Special  Train.  3  to  to  Last Wednesday a distinguished  party visited Ph&enix, travelling in a  special train, and "escorted by high  officials of; the/C.P.R.��'. In the party  were His Grace, 'the'Duke of Slither-  land; his .brother-in-law, Ernest Chap  lin; his secretary. A. Simpson; William  Whyte, 2nd. vice president of the C.P.  R-; Robert Marpole, superintendent  Pacific division; J. S. Lawrence, superintendent Kobte'nay-IJoundary branches  C. E. Cartwright,'.divisional, engineer;  T. C. Irwin, of Toronto; R. M. Breen,  secretary to the general superintendent, and .Road master Johnson. The  private car Minnedosa was utilized to  bring the party into the Boundary, to  gether with Supt.; Lawrence's private  caboose.  Only an hour or two was spent in  Phoenix, during which time his grace  was taken over and about the Granby  mines. The party then proceeded to  Grand Forks, where a visit was made  to the Granby smelter, and the duke  was shown that institution by Supt  Hodges. He had been desirous of  seeing a big copper mine and smelter,  and was gratified. The same night  the boat was taken at Nelson, and the  party proceeded east, whence they will  sajl for home on June 21st, on the  steamer Belgic from New York,  This is die first time that Phoenix  has been visited by a live duke, and  that gentleman .seemed mu:h interested/in what-he'saw.--* He is a large  shareholder in the C.P.R.., and has  been taking a trip over the continent,  having just come from lower California, Portland, Vancouver, etc. In Los  Angeles his grace allowed himself to be  interviewed, much to the horror of the  members of his-parly, but the newspaper men who had the pleasure of  talking with him voted him to be "a  brick." They found, aho, that he  could ask questions as well as they, and  was just as much bent (in getting information. Mr. Chaplin is the father  of Lady Castlereagh, who is said to be  the most.beautiful woman in England.  The ducal party travels with fifteen  trunks, and several of them are said to  be filled with bed linen, about which  his.grace is very particular. This is  used to replace the sheets, pillowcases,  counterpanes, etc., in th'e hotels at  which his grace stops. As the Los  Angeles Examiner remarked : "This  habit will be of interest to American  dukes of finance, who have been in ihe  habit of rolling into bed draped in any  old linen, used theretofore by the mil  honless hoi polloi."  The Duke of Sutherland is rated as  many times a millionaire, and has the  reputation of. being by all odds the  most successful farmer in all England.  In a recently published article on "Ten  Thousand Millionaires," the Duke of  Sutherland's name was in the list o  the world's."Richest Two Dozen," the  following being the.,list:  John I). Rockefeller, JJdu-^Yo k Cily...?6o6,ooo,ooo  ����� 1 fretS licit, London Kiixfinid  500,000,000  Andrew I'nrneffi , New York City   400,000,000  J. II. Robinson, London Kiiglund 350,000,000  (Jen Luis Terriuas, Chihtmhua, Mex,. 290,000,000  William Kockcleller, New York City... 200,000 000  l'rt'iceDeiii'doi-ff, St. Petersburg...*.... 200,000,1100  Sir JervoiscClarke, Adelaide, Alls  i.so.cxw.ooo  l)nkeofSiUllei land. Stoke-on-Trent.K. i;,5,(*oo,o��i  I ord Strathcomi, Winnipeg. Man  125,000.000  j. I". Morgan, New York CHv    ������ 125,000,000  Marshall Field, eiiicngo  110000,000  Lord Kobert Iveagh, Dublin,Ireland... 110,01x1,000  Mrs.HeUy (ireeu. Bellows Kails, Vt  100,000,000  Kussill Slice, N*eiv York city  100,000,000  Henrv M. Kii'Kler. New York City  100,000000  Thomas Dolaii. Philadelphia, t'a  ioo.ooo.ocki  Senator W. A. Clark, Untie, Mont  100,000,000  Karl Grove-Minr, Loudon, Kngland    Lord Mount-Stephen, Quebec, Canada  (ieotge \V. Koss, Montreal, Canada......  Isidore Cousino, Santiago lie chili   Archbishop conn, Vienna. Auslria   Alplionsr Heine, 1'oris, Krnnce....   MINING ENGINEERS  ARE COMING HERE  American   Institute  to   Visit  the   Boundary.  This year that. representative body  known as the American Institute of  Mining Engineers will hold its annual  meeting in the city of Victoria, and  will visit the Klondike and points in  British Columbia while in this section.  Besides Vancouver Island they will  take in Nelson, Rossland and Grand  Foiks���and of course Phoenix���and in  each place special preparations are  being made for their entertainment.  The itinerary, as published, is as fol  lows:  Leave New York, June 23, 7.55 a.m.,  on special train, Penii.Ry.  Arrive Spokane, June 20,8.30p.m., by  Gt. Northern, ' ������;/,  J��ave Spokane, June 26, 9.30 p.m., by  Gt. Northern.  Arrive Nelson1, June 27, 8 a.m.  Leave Nelson, June 27, 11.30 p.m.  Arrive Rossland,June 28, 4 a.m.  Leave Rossland, June 28.11.30 p.m.  Arrive Marcus, June 29, 2 a.m.  Leave Marcua, June 29, 2.15 a.m.  Arrive Grand Forks,June 29,4.30 a.m.  ;,��� Leave Grand Forks,June29,11.30 p.m.  Arrive Spokane, June 30, 7.10 a.m.  Leave Spokane. June 30, 7.30 a.m. by  Great Northern. '  Arrive Seattle, June 30, 8.30 p.m.  Leave Seattle. June 30, midnight, by  steamer Princess Victoria.  Arrive Victoria, July 1, 6 a.m.  Leave Victoria, July 5, noon, by Princess May for Dawson.'  On returning from Dawson by special  steamer the party will leave Vancouver  on July 23 at noon,-over the C.P.R.,  making stops' at various, points in the  mountains on the way back to New  York. ,..:';    \  While the itinerary sent out in advance by Theodore Dwight-, thtsecre-  tary, does not mention, the trip to  Phoenix, there is little doubt but that  when the party reaches Grand Forks,  they will also take "a run up here to  look at the mines which have made the  Boundary so well known. This will  be on Thurday, June'29th.  There are quite a number of members of this institute residing in the  Kootenays as well as in the Boundary.  In this section Supt. Hodges, of the  Granby Co., and Manager Kefler, of  tne B. C. Copper Co.; are members,  and will probably look after theparty  while in the Boundary." At\Nelson  they will be given a trip on beautiful  Kootenay lake and invited to hook  some of the finny beauties in the'Kootenay river, and in Rossland courtesies  will also be shown.  Over, 100 persons will he in the  party, comprising the representatives of  the most important metallurgical interests on the American continent; They  will travel in > .'pecial solid train of  Pullman cars, with their wives.  SHIPPED 80,044  TONS IN MAY  Practically the Same  as For  April.  Boundary Mining Notes  Boundary   Output Holds Up  Well.  So,ixx>,ooo  75,000,000  75,ooo,(��oo  75.000,000  75,000,000  75,ooo,txxi  No Railway News.  There have been no developments  regarding the railway tight this week,  but it is understood th.it the matter  will come up for final settlement before  the railway committee at Ottawa on  the 14th, when it will be known  whether the V.V. & E. have been successful in getting an amendment to the  charter as asked  Yesterday J. 11. Kennedy, chief engineer for the company, who has a  large force of surveyors 111 the field in  the Similkameen, came in on the stage  from Medley, and left on the train for  the east. He was very reticent, as  usual, about his movements, but it is  said that he has received a summons  to proceed direct to Ottawa. Something definite should be heard by this  lime next week.  THREE WEDDINGS OF PHOENICIANS.  Miss Gray, Mr. Thompson and Mr. Turner  Take Life Partners.  The past week has been prolific in  weddings among Phoenicians, all of the  marriages taking place, however, in  distant places.  THOMl'SON-BAIRD WEDDING.  Wednesday, June 7th, J. E. W.  Thompson, of the firm ot Morrin,  Thompson & Co., was married at Oxbow, N. W.'T., to Miss Etta M.Baird,  at the home of the bride's parents. Mr.  Thompson and bride are expected to  arrive in Phoenix today or tomorrow,  and will settle down in the new home  which Mr. Thompson has purchased  and furnished on the New York town-  site, adjoining the residence of D. J.  Malheson. They will receive a warm  welcome from a large circle of friends.  WEDDING OF MISS OKAY.  The many friends that -Miss Ethel  Robina Blair Gray made while she was  here tor some months on the staff of  the Phoenix General Hospital, will be  interested to learn that she was married  on June 6th, at Montreal, to James  Craige, of Glasglow, Scotland. Miss  Gray is the eldest daughter of A. B.  Gray of Victoiia.  TURNKR- FRASER WEDDING.  Ore shipments from the mines of  the Boundary for the month of May  show the total to have been almost  exactly what the output was in the  month of April. The total for May is  given as 80,044 tons, while that for the  preceding month was 80,102 tons, or  at the rate of nearly a million tons per  annum. In the month of April 13  mines contributed to this total, while  eleven of the well known mines are on  the May list. Owing to the closing  of the Montreal & Boston mines for  the time being, the June total will  doubtless be short, but with the blowing in of two large new furnaces at the  Granby smelter soon, the July total  should again be well up. For pur-  purposes of comparison the totals of  the seveial mines for April and May  are herewith given :  Mine April  Granby mines   49,634  Mother Lode    11,904  Brooklyn    12,378  Rawhide      3i335  Mountain Rose .   ..     1,044  Dominion CopperCo.       980  Oro Dcnoro   Emma   Winnipeg   Providence   Elkhorn   Skylark   Last Chance   E. P. U   Miscellaneous   One furnace at the Granby smelter  was blown out early this week to make  some repairs.  Ore running about $100 per ton has  been struck in the face of the tunnel in  the Highland Queen, near Anaconda.  George Anderson has struck high  grade ore on the Highlander fraction,  adjoining the well known Bell, up the  West Fork. -  Ore shipments from Boundary  mines for 1905 are now well above the  400,000 ton mark. It seems more  than likely that the total for the complete calendar year will run well above  a million tons, as predicted.  EAGLES WERE  IN EVIDENCE  Grand  Lodge  Meeting Held  This Week.  -422  '5��  20  20  3��  95  40  75  Hay  55.420  13,600  7,002  2,110  485  410  3��7  278  40  5��  207  75  Totals...'.....   80,102    80,044  For purposes-of comparison the:output of Boundary   mines,  separately,  for the months of January,   February  and March, 1905, are appended:  Mine January February  March  Granby mines 40,450 40,822 55,798  Mother Lode.   13,686,11,680 13,504  Brooklyn ......  6,849  9,262  10,474  Rawhide.....  2,251  7.295  7,933  Sunset..   726  129  ....  Mt. Rose   682  612  846  Emma   1,849  1,104  855  Oro Denoro...  298.  378  325  , 918  945  Providence...  5��  100  ....  Elkhorn...;. .  5��  40  60  Skylark.'..'-;..���  39  64  ' 125  Last Chance.  43  130  27  e.'p:u.:.. .  65  60  20  Bay ........  33  Miscellaneous  75.  5��  5��  Monthly totals  68,074  72,671  90,047  It is understood that the Sally mine,  up the West Fork of Kettle river, will  recommence shipping ore at an early  date, the force of men who have been  building the two mile branch wagon  road, to connect with the main West  Fork road, having completed it.  Manager H. T. Pemherton, of the  Montreal & Boston Consolidated,  started last Sunday for Montreal and  New York, to consult with the officials  of the company, being called by wire.  Something definite about the company  will be kowrt on his return in a week  or two.  About 100 tons of ore from the Monarch claim, recently acquired by the  Granby Co., and which is expected to  be a large producer with development,  was sent out this week to the Granby  smelter. For the present the ore is  being hauled to the compressor siding  by wagon.  Supt, Hodges states that everything  is going on well with the installation of  the new furnaces at the Granby smelter, the. machinery is there, the brick  all burned and being laid, and some  time the latter part of July the additions should be completed and the  capacity of the works increased over  30 per cent, with a full battery of e'ght  furnaces.  Banquets at Grand Forks and  Phoenix.  'Last Wednesday, June 7th, occured  the wedding of Geo. I.). Turner, bookkeeper for the Hunter-Kendnck Co.  in Phoenix, and Miss Christina Cameron Eraser, eldest daughter of Geo.  S. Eraser, of Coleman, Alberta, and  formerly of Phoenix. The ceremony  was solemnized al Coleman at the residence of the bride's parents, and the  bridal pair are now on a honeymojn  trip, which is expected to take them to  New Westminster, the former home of  Mr. Turner, and perhaps to Portland  fair. George E. I >ey was the best man  at the wedding.  On the return of the newly married  pair some time about the end  of next week, they will start housekeeping in the old Cock residence on  the New York townsite, which the  groom has fitted up for the purpose,  i-arge numbers of friends wish the  couple all possible happiness.  Miss Grace Holman, sister of Supt.  Holman, of the Mother Lode mine,  came up from Spokane Thursday, to  spend the summer with her brother.  Miss Holman is musical instructor  in the Spokane public schools,  C.P.R Rates I* Portliad Fair.  The C.P.R. have placed on sale at  Nelson, Rossland, and all stations on  Boundary sectijn return tickets to  Portland at $23.75, g����d for 30 days.  Corresponding rates are made from all  Kootenay points. Tickets are good  via either Columbia river or Slocari  routes. Also good via Vancouver and  the superb new steamship,"Princess  Victoria, to Seattle. For berth reservations and further particulars apply to  local agent or write to j. S.: Carter, D.  P.A., Nelson.  LOCAL JOTTINGS  J  Joseph S. Carter," of Nelson, travelling passenger agent of the C.P.R., was  in the city yesterday 'on one of his  petiodical trips.  M. V. Sherbino, who has been in  the. office of P. Burns & Co. here for  some months, will shortly take charge  of. the new shop at Oroville. He went  to Spokane yesterday.  Morrell's moving picture and vaudeville, show, which gave a successful entertainment Thursday evening at  Miners' Union hall, will appear again  tonight with a complete change of programme.  Wm. Yolen Williams and John  Rogers returned from, a trip to Copper  mountain in the Similkameen by Sun  day's Hedley's stage. Mr. Williams  left for Grand Forks and Spokane the  next day.  The topics in the Presbyterian  church tomorrow will be in the morning: "The Duty of Every Day," and in  the evening: "The Pledge of Victory."  Mrs. Mills and Mr. McCurradh will  sing a duet in the evening.  Mayor Hammar, of Grand Forks, is  having his troubles over the discharge  of Wm. VVaterston, city engineer. The  mayor wishes to reduce civic expenses,  and Mr. Waterston does not care to  have a start made with himself.  Supt. Dermody now has about 40  men at work at the Providence mine,  the leading high grade mine of the  Boundary. Drifting is going on at two  or three levels, which means considerable in the way of shipping. President  Madden, Of the company, is just ordering a seven drill compressor plant  or the Providence, and with the large  ore reserves this property should be  distributing another dividend at no  distant date.  Gen. Manager Graves, of the Granby Co., is in camp, having recently returned from a trip to New York. He  stated that the new three compartment  shaft would soon be started, and when  completed would be equipped with a  large and powerful hoist, big ore  crusher, and ore bins so that both railways could get tonnage therefrom. Mr.  Graves, who is much improved in  health, was accompanied here by Gen.  Supt. Hodges.  This week two four horse loads of  mining material were sent out by the  Granby Co. to claims recently bonded  on Kruger or Dividend mountain, between Osoyoos lake and the Similkameen river. It is understood that a  bond has been taken on the Lakeview  and Dividend claims, on which some  prospecting will be done. John Rogers  will be in charge and will put a dozen  men at work. The ore is said to be a  large body of pyrrhotite and magnetite, and has excellent fluxing qualities  when smelted with sulphide ores of the  Boundary.  This week the Fraternal Order of  Eagles has been much in evidence in  the Boundary, it being the occasion of  the annual convention of the Grand  Aerie of British Columbia at Grand  Forks. Delegates were present from  all over the Drovince, accompanied by  many friends and members, and the  entire company of visitors, to the number of i etween 100 and 20c, were  shown every possible courtesy, both at  Grand Forks and Phoenix.  The first meeting was held Monday,  followed by a banquet at Grand Forks,  and on Tuesday the delegates -md  friends visited Phoenix, where they  were the guests of the local aerie, No.  158. The 125 visitors were shown  through the Granby mines by Supt.  Smith, and afterwards entertained at a  smoker and banquet at Miners' Union  hall. A good programme, both vocal  and instrumental, was provided for  their entertainment, which was enjoyed  till midnight, when they returned to  Grand Forks by special train over the  Great Northern, after expressing great  pleasure at the way they had been  treated by members of the local aerie.  The banquet was provided by Danny  Deane, and was greatly praised by all  who participated.   ���  At the next day's session the following officers of the grand lodge were  chosen for the ensuing year :  Grand President, A. W. VonRhein,  of Esquimalt.;  Grand Vice-President, H. Schofield, .  of New Westminster.  Grand Secretary, Frank LeRoy, of  Victoria.  Grand Treasurer, H. F. W. Behn-  sen, of Victoria.  Grand Conductor, A. W. Good-  enough, of Kaslo. ���  Grand Chaplain, J. R. Cameron, of  Sandon.  Grand Inside Guard, John Temple,  of Grand Forks.  Grand Outside Guard, J. Marshall,  of Phoenix.  Grand Trustees, J. Marshall, H. F.  W. Behnsen, J. Temple.  Phoenix, M���Greenwood, 12.  Last Sunday the first baseball game  oftheseason here was played between the  Greenwood and Phoenix mines, on the  new ball grounds. 'Ihe largest number of spectators ever seen at a game  in Phoenix, was present, and the game  was hotly contested in more ways than  one from start to finish. The final result was a score of 14 to 12 in favor of  Phoenix. Tomorrow a return game  will be played at Greenwood for $50 a  side.  Latest Prices in Metals.  New Yoiik���Copper, electrolytic, $15.-  00@$15.25; hike, $15.00�� 15.25  Bar Silver, 5S33  Lead . S4.50 at *4-t>0.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table give* Ihe ore shipments of Boundary miues  lor 1900,  1902 for ijoj for 1904, and 1905, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1900  64.S53  297  1901  231.762  1,731  A Mink. Camp.  X Granby Mines.. Phoenix  Ysnowshoe... Phoenix  ��� B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwood  Montreal & Boston Con.  Brooklyu-Sterawiuder Phoenix  Rawhide- Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Kose Summit  Athclstan-Jackpot _ Wellington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Steinwiuder d'tnp..Phoenix  Morrison Deadwood  B C Mine Summit  B.Bell Summit  Emma _ Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Fogle Summit  No. 37 �� Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  King Solomon W. Copper  No. 7 Miue Central  City of Palis White's  Jewel _ long Lake  Carnii West Fork  Providence Providence  Elkhorn Providence  A Skylark Skylark  I Last Chance.. Skylark  H. P. U. Mine Skylnik  Bay Skylark  Ruby Boundary Palis     So  Republic...- Boundary Kails      Miscellaneous      3i33��      3.45��  1902     1903       1904  19^5  09.S5S   393,7'S   549.703  257.U2  20.SOO       -1,212         for 1901 lu   1  I'hsi   '  WVok ,  11,027 <  5.34��     99.034    141,326   I3>S,079   174,298     73.556     3-520  25.950  3,070  1,200  802  ' 550'  150  7.455  15,731  '���5,646  3.250  .1,759  4,5*  150  i4,Sli  560  S,53o  3.339  19,3��5  ���9,494  47,405  650  22,937  '5,537  363  37,96o  364  7S5  S2S  1,076  2,250  1,040  2,435  S75  665  2,000  350  4S2  160  S90  219  .........  993  400  726  325  52  50  300  167  43.179  23-3��5  S55  4.355  I,S.jo  >,S33  33  150  30  170  1.0  ���65  i3  3'5  750  Total, tons    96,600   39o,*x>   506,816 690,419 Siy.SoS .|io,j,,j   14,9.4  Smelter treatment���  Granby Co....- ���    62.3S7   230,3.13   312,140 401,921 596,252 203,7,,  B.C.CopperCo    _.-. -    117,611    141,600 162,913 210,434 S^.oi  Montreal & Boston Con._  132.570 3��.W 71,43  1', I ��� '5  4."1"  Total reduced..  "-',3X9    .V|S ,|.w    4��).i>ti'    !��.I7,!"-I  ^5*><><><$><3>����7<��><>^><HjMii><��M>> ^H> "SM^��^��^<^^^^ <n^^^^<^^ <j>^ p  -t4  ���1 *"Hl  Ml'*  J  * FfW  *  y 3F��  "^E  ������  "2fft  *,  li  * ^w  ' V'  s*^? r  i  %  ��  '<"���&  :  -rfK  :l  ir ai  V  $t\B,  f  'irf  i(  ' fe-'fe  1  .11  L&  \    9  .,  -Mi*  iS'S  ij 4 t]  ' -.8*1  I If  ,1      iff  1  #1  ifrl  v'fel  ��<J  II  111  EWV*."1.: i.T.WJT^RiCv,'  wrl i, TH1 PHOENIX PIONEER.  WW  fees  !��|  fH  '.'M  31  �����        JA  A Household Wo*i is  It's a household necessity, too, for people who care to have the best tea���pos-  sible, and at the most moderate price. The fed label seems to be the favorite.  Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  ISSUED ON SATURDAYS BY THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ' WHAT EDITORS SAY.  FoRiiETFULNESs.-���Rojestvenskysaid  he would nialce Togo fight. He did.  But he was so interested in Togo's  performance he forgot to fight himself.  ���Vancouver World.  I  AT PHOSHIX. B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manage*.  t.i.���i,������,. i Business office No. 14.  Telephones J Mant(?er,, rM|dence, No.  IS.  gtJBSCKIPTtONS IN ADVANCE.  rer Year $��.oo  Sis Months  i.sj  If you are not s subscuber to Ihls paper, this  Is in Invitation to you to become one.  Advertising rates furnished on application. >  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  a Ivert (lot.  1LABEL>  Rack's Diamonds. ��� Rossland is  getting its head out of the soup bowl.  It had a $132,000 payday the other  day, and the local editor is thinking of  buying diamonds.���Fernie Ledge.  One of the Few.���A bomb factory-  has been discovered in full operation  in Odessa, it being one of the few factories in Russia where the workmen  were not on strike.���Montreal Star.  Almost Canine.���There are journals in British Columbia whose devotion to the C.P.R. is almost canine in  its manifestations. If the interests of  the coun'ry and'of the public appear  to come in conflict, as they must occasionally, such newspapers as the Vancouver Province can always be depended upon to regard with astonishment  PRESS FAVORS  THEV,V.1E,  Want  More   Competition  in  Railways.  Two Exceptions to the General Rule.  Kootenay Engineering Works  NELSON, B. C  Pounders and Machinists. Repairing; and Jobbing a Specialty.  Maun  factnrers for the Chuvfqud l'oi'in.K Kohk Akki 11. Tkamwav Svhtkm. Li.mitkd.  .Mining an  of Shafting,  break-down  cation.   Spec  Office and Works,  Knot of I'ark Street,  B. C. TRAVIS, Manager,  l\ O. Box 403,  Nelson. I<. C.  that the new repair shops in this city .  will be 1 oinpleted by the time they (|  shall be needed. This is doing pretty |  well for a "foreign" road. A patriotic,' |  heavily subsidized home railway j'  couldn't do much more.���Grand Forks  Sun.  O���r-   O  Considerable interest has . been  shown throughout the province by the  bitter fight made by agents of the C.  P.R. against the granting of an amendment to the charter of the V. V. & E.  at Ottawa, by which the latter will  have expropriation rights, and also be  allowed to cross the international  boundary line once or twice on its way  from the Boundaiy to Vancouver, in  "order to secure better grades. With  but two exceptions that have been noted  viz., the Vancouver Province and the  Nelson Tribune,  the provincial press  '905  JUNE.  1905  Sun.' Mod.  Tub*. Wed. Thu  Fr..  Sit.  ���  1  2  3  4  5  6 7  8  9  IQ  n  12  13 H is  ;6  i7  18 19  20 21 22  23  ,24  25 26  27 28- 29  3��  any attempt to protect the people from,has ^n.almost unanimously in favor  the consequences of the perpetration of &m"�� thc powers asked for. Fol-  of a transportation  monopoly.-Vic-,' lowmK are the ��P!nio,ls of a number  Terrible Togo has proved himself  one of thet greatest naval fighters and  strategist's of the time. It will be quite  a while before he has the pleasure of  annihilating another Russian armada,  however.  When the members of the American Institute of Mining Engineers visit  Phoenix, as expected, on *or about  June 29th, special pains should be  taken by residents to show them courtesies". This is the most influential  body of its kind in America.  toria Times.  What Causes Siorlif.  When   asleep,   people  that   snore  of papers on the various phases of the  question, and it is not thought that  any one of them has been subsidised  by Great Northern or V. V. & E. in  breathe through their mouth instead of terests :  the nostrils which are choked with Just Suspicion.���No newspaper man  catarrh. Just use "Catarrhozone" be |w|io has advocated railway competition  fore retiring and-you'll quickly cure the for his home'district can oppose" rail-  snoring habit. By destroying the cause |way competition "for. the'.Similkameen  of catarrh and healing the membrane, J without the suspicion of imbecility or  Catarrhotone makes a complete cure pecuniary gain ���Greenwood Times.  in every case; it cleans the   nostrils,'j     * 4       .  stops the discharge and prevents drop j ��� ���   .  .   .-. ��� ....  ping in the throat in a few minutes. I. . Cyme in Victoria.���Recognizing the  Nothing so pleasant or certain to cure hyh ethical ground of the opposition,  snoring, catarrh or colds as Catarrho-iof wha! avadt0 ar6U(i that the Promo*  PROVINCIAL.        j.j  Moyie will celebrate Dominion day.'  Sandon's- city tax sale will occur  Wednesday, June 14th...;  All points in the Okanagan will celebrate July 12th at Armstrong.  'Ihere were 155 cases before the  Van-ouver police court during Ihe  month of May."  The C.P.R. has aho taken over the  land grant with the Esquimalt &  Nanaimo raiway.  The fifth annual convention of the  King's Daughters of British Columbia  was held at Victoria last week.  William Matiieson, Prop.  f  Everything New  Tkrowa Froai 1 wagon.  ,  Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown  from his wagon and severely bruised.  He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm  freely,and says it is the best liniment  he ever used. ' Mr. Babcock is a well  known citizen of North Plain, Conn.  There is nothing equal to Pain Balm  for sprains and buises. It will effect a  cure in one-third the time required by  any other treatment For sale by all  druggists.  CARRIAGES    AND,  OTHER   RIGS   HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  'HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY  WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  [    DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, li. C.  o~��'��>"��r'sr��-��^;aSs*<��ry'��^  9   ���       ��� ��� PHOENIX  P. Burns & Co.  MARKET.  HEAD OKFICF. KOR HOUNUAKV CHEEK, GttEENWOOU,  I!. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, It. C.  .... Wholesale ad tail Itat Itahils.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Sahno, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.  $   FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  {J All orders receive prompt attention.  I  t  zone���that's worth remembering.  B.-C MINING  ; ters of the V., V. & E. are Canadian  gentlemen with all their interests in  British Columbia and dependent upon  the progress ol Banish Columbia for  the fullest development of their interests?���Victoria Times.  ���     ,    ,        ,. ,   , .       Long Deluded.���The people of Brit-  Rossland ore shipments for last week ish Columbia have too long deluded  were 7,005 tons, making 146,509 tons themselves by putting faith in thepro-  for 1905. 1 1 mises of the C.P.R. for railway build  I irig and why should they now pay any  The Centre Star and War Eagle at'  attention  to  the   statements   of Mr.  Rossland have been connected at the | Drinkwa'er?     He is the paid solicitor  of tbe C.P.R.; let him give his opinions  to them.���Hedley Gazette.  The Russians may be too proud to  sue for peace when'they are irretrievably whipped, but sooner or later they  will see the wisdom of such a course,  bitter as it is. The Japanese now  have everything coming their way���  including thousands of Russian prisoners.  It is as certain that copper ores of  the Similkameen must be smelted near  the mines as it was certain years ago  that Boundary ores would not stand  transportation. Which disposes of die  argument that Jim Hill will carry Similkameen ores to Everett or elsewhere,  to which he has not even a survey as  yet.   ���  Mayor-Editor John Houston, of  Nelson, seems to be a pretty busy man  these days, between supporting the  assumed divine right of the C.P.R. to  the Similkameen country as a private  preserve and in keeping up his rickety  municipal party line fences in his own  town. John has the reputation of enjoying a fight. If true, he must be in  the seventh or eighth heaven of bliss  just now.  Members of the Dunsmuir family���  poor things���will leceive a few more  millions.    James, the brother of John,  600 fool level by a crosscut 1,000 feet  long.  Shipments are going out regularly  from the No. 1 mine, near Amswor.h  ���one of the oldest mine? in that  camp.  Supt. Louis Stockctt, oftheC.P.R.'s  Bankhead collerics, is preparing to  open the C. P. R. coal measures at  Hosmer.  At a meeting of the White Bear at  Rossland the directors were authorized  to borrow $80,000 and execute a mort  gage on the property.  Negoliations,are in progress for the  purchase of the Oyster-Criterion, in the  Lardeau, owned by the Great Northern  Sympathy.���We sympathize with the  people of Similkameen in their desire  for railway communication, and we can  understand that they arc desirous of  seeing the Great Northern entering  their territory under any conditions.���  Victoria Colonist.  No Philanthropy.���Without attributing to J. J. Hill any philanthropic motives or crediting him with any special  virtues, it may fairly be said that its a  railroad man he has heretofore not  failed to carry out any project which  he has undertaken. ' If he-, enters into  an agreement to make of thc V. V. &  E. railway virtually an all-Canadian  line, without asking a cent of bonus  I  Hospital Doiistiuss  STRICTLY BUSINESS  "Ask and ye shall receive"���advertise and you will get business.  About -the. scarcest thing in the  world is the successful humorous ad.  The smaller the ad. the greater  should be the'effort to make it a good  one.  As it takes two to strike a bargain,  you niustadverti.se to get the other one  interested.  Rome wasn't built in a day. Do  not expect profits from advertising before the ink is dry.  Triumphs ol Modern Surgery.  Wonderful things are done for the  human body by surgery. Organs are  taken out and scraped and polished  and put back, or they may be removed  entirely; bones are spliced; pipes take  the place of diseased sections of veins;  antiseptic dressings are applied to  wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries  before inflammation sets in, which  causes them to heal without maturation and .in one-third t! e time required  by the old treatment.     Chamberlain's.  Pain Balm acts on this same principle, i ci1���fama!,���Soid���'���i�����;i;i;���:.'������::.���.V.'.:^.'',��� ^  It is an  antiseptic and when  applied 1 cariboo, c��mpMcK(ex-<iiv.).   ,     .   .    . , ,      ,   Center Slar.,    to such injuries, causes them to heal  very quickly. It also allays the pain  and soreness. Keep a bottle of l'ain  Balm in your home and it will save you  time and money, not to mention the  inconvenience and suiFetin;* which such  injuries entail. For sale by all drug  gists.  DRINK  Phoenix Beer  Made I10111 the BEST MALT and PUREST  SPRING WATER, it i.s unexcelled Tor quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist  on having it  I    PHOENIX BREWERY,  J. MUELLER, Proprietor.  Standard Avu. and Banner St. :-: PHOENIX, B.C.  ���-�� -e ���-��-�� ���o-*-e ���_��� ��� ��� -#-��>-��� <* a ���-0-0-e o o-  JOB PRINTING,  JOB  PRINTING,  fOB PRINTING.  Lict of D'Hiiitiuiis recuivril  Hince Jut .  1st, 1005, to the I'lioeuix, ('em-iitl   llus- j  pital: j  ca?h$Sz:::'z::.:::::=^ you've always bee., in  search of���and do it right.  IY'Nker Pun. Co.,   -   Phoenix, II.C  D.J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIKE, ACCDEXT.  ComiulKslotirr for mkliij: Allliluvlti.  1'1'OINIX,]!.  GEORGE Gir,S()]s'  SHAVING.PAKLORS  anu BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral ,  C01. Hii st & Knob Hill Ave.   PHOENIX, li. Q  KingEdward Lodgc.No 36  A. F. iiml a. Jl.  K'cKii]��r communication 5 1,. hi     s,���  onil rhurKlay or each'intuitu  KS.i^Mcff.7ettee'!W:ii*''tt��te.  . IIII.l.IKR,  Secretary.  OHO. K.DKY  tt.M.  I.O.O.F,  SNOWSIIOK I.OlJC.KM,,,  Meets every Monday livening  at   lh,,,j,.   |,M���  Vlsllini; hrcll.crn cnullally invited.  ,-, '      ; A. S. Williamson; ,\ i:  (JKO   K.MHAII. KtC-rcy,  Win. Uelshay, I'ei.i-i,,. sCC).  PlIOKNIX Al-'Kl  NO. IS8.  ilecliiig* on Hrlitiy  �� I311l1.n1., llintrr.'  UiiIjii Hull.  VfafthiK   lirrtlnrii  conlislly iimuil,  fit '  ������res.' M. II HOY" ii��v  ^OiJEGON  SHoqT Line  and union Pacific  Announce Rare to Portland fair  From Spokane, $14.05 round tri|��;  nni'd 30 days. Party of ten or mort;  "ii one ticket, $11.20, lim t 10 i!;us  I u-kfis on.sale Mav 29 loOclo cr 15.  In addition occasion -| cln\li;.Ji! owli  eM'iirMuns will lie run at I s^ lli;m one  fare fur round nip. Etill paiucti as* at  O.  R. .V >T. OFI'ICE,  .J30   RIVKKSIIfK  AVK.,  Sl'OKANK,   Wa��||.  RCIIK.I&CP  we've me mm \m  Ticket*iiii Hales! nil S. V & N. SUlii.ii.  Vor  further liiforuuitiuii  ss to rntc��, lti>,.  trsilis, c(|ilipilielit. c-lc.HtUlrcK*  UKO. j. MO!U,KK,C;cilcl��l Agent.  Kivcr��lcle Ave.. Snoksnc. �� kVi  Cash $5 A. V.Berrv  Book Case A K If. Clark  lied I.liien.< 1I01  Hori'itnl tallies Aid  < asli $5" :.K T. llanlf  Casli Jlo Jsj McCreatli ,  Cash J:s 'Viiail-an Kand Drill Co. j  Spriuit <"ut ���....A. B   H.kkI  Maple ���Syrup .-.. ...A 1-nrlld  Latest Mioloj   Slack Quolstiont,  AllielicnuRoy ....  Men llur   Black Tail  AiKKri  Join  3  Mines, Ltd.,   the buyer being  Patsy from eil��er  tI,e domin'o:. or the pro  Clark, of Spokane. ' vincial governments, .and to complete  Operations have been started at the  Marysville smelter,, where the Heber-  lin patent ore roasting system is being  successfully tried, and will so reduce  the cost of smelting galena ores as to  revolutionize lead smelting.  Nanaimo's extensive collieries are  closed because the Western Fuel Co.  will not accede to the new eight hour  bank to bank coal mine law, which  went into effect June 1st, without a  reduction of waj;es. The situation is  serious.  The Tom Cat group, near the Port  and property, at Aspen Grove camp,  the, same within two years from date ol  commencement, can it reasonably be  contended that such a proposition is  detrimental to the test interests of this  province.���Nelson Daily News.  1  Sauce for ihe Gander.���It is  has succeeded in makin.; a deal for the (has  been  sold for $15,000, the terms  Esquimalt & Nanaimo railway on Vancouver island, and it is now a portion of  theCP.R. system, lock, stock and barrel. This should be a good thing for the  island, however, as the C. P. R. will  spend a lot of money theie.  including a cash payment of $1,000.  The property was owned by Messrs.  C. B. Armstrong, of Lower Nicola, and  William Murray. Frank Bailey ar  raneed the sale, the purchasers being  California men who intend to commence work at once.  The Kamloops Sentinel has sent out  an issue in book form entitled, "'The  Land of Heart's Desire," that should  be of no small value in making kno.vn  S^^BySS^^^a.^m  the advantages of that section.     With ^^^shU'iT.^Jt ^Te��e^ro,"*r,  its 70 pages, attractive cover and many  illustrations, it-gives an excellent idea  of the Kamloops country.   Thousands  Beware of Oiaimeols for Catarrh Ifatl Cos-  tflla Mercary,  n�� mcrcuiy will surely destroy.the sense ol smrll  wheii  Such  ..--, . ,    except on prescrip  tions from reputable plusfcians, us the damage  they will do is ten Cold to the good ycu can |>os-  muly derive from them. Hail's Catarrh Core,  manufactured by F. I. Cheney & Co .Toledo, O.,  contains no mercury, mid is taken interually.flCt-  1 me directly upon the Mood and mucous surfaces  r ' .     t       l- . ���!    .   a      .    .1       of the system.   In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be  Of Copies .ire tO be distributed   at   thc   Slirr you get the genuine?   It Is taken"Eternally  iir���,.  I nud made lis Toledo, Ohio, by F. J, Cheney & Co.  >l est-  Testimonials free  .     . I   Sold by druggists.   Price 75c. per bottle,  mmster. Juke Hall's Family P.lls for constipation..  Dominion  exhibition at New  , �� .. ��� ... proposed to insert in the V.V. & E. bill a  provision that construction shall "be  carried on easterly, from Cloverd*le or  vicinity. Up to the present we have  been told by.the gentlemen responsible  for this provisionthatitwouldhaveoeen  an act of great injustice to the Grand  Trunk Pacific to tie down its promo  ifjrs in this way. Yet the V.V. & E.  is asking for nothing but a charter,  while the Grand Trunk company held  up the Canadian people for virtually  the whole cost of construction.���New  Westminster Columbian.  ! Live in Canada.���rln order to allay  the misapprehensions of the Nelson  Tribune, The Sun reiterates the state  ment it made,a week ago that all the  train crews employed on the V.V. & E.  lif'e in Grpnd Forks and l'hoeni-c, Canada, and not across the international  boundary line, as the Tribune would  lijce to have its readers believe. This  is not all. The V.V. & E. has kept a  large staff employed in its engineering  departnjent in this city for over a year.  |T*3iis force has lately been transferred  to Keremeos, also located in Canada.  Regarding thc rolling stock, which the  Tribune appears to think will be hauled across the line for repairs, it is only  necessary to state that at present it is  all new, and does not need overhauling;   but  we  are credibly informed!  Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  Court--��f Revision.  ��s  Cruw'sNrst l'ttss Coal   Denn.-o Mines...-. ���   Fairvietr         3  Vtslicr Matdeu  - 3  Ciant          i  Granby Coutoliriated $i no  International Coal  25  Juno  5  Morning lilory          1  Mountain r.ion -         8  Montreal & llo-lnu   North Star, (K. K.)         7  Payne         v,i  Quill)  11  Kaniblcr-Caribuu    17  Sail Poil         ia/t  Sullivan  9  St EiiKeue  50  Tom Tliuni  '2  War Kagle Consolidated  1 j  Waterloo (\ss  Paid)...... ;.:....        i��  White Ui-ar. .;... _        \%  *5S*  4  5��  :t  8  14  'X  7  45  1  10  J. IMACAULAY  CITy SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  s^V^W V^  PHOENIX, BC.  NUl'l-JK    NOTICE W IIF.U my OIVKN   that the  fir.ti  annual silting of the Court ol'Kevision for tin I WANTED ���MFN AND W8MPN WITH  ^".W ""i'"",^ * ; ��^^ ^��� K ^  as,e smeiit lor tic >ear 1905 as made by l lierAs.   WOrklng for small wage*, lo qualify as Salaried  ?Th��rr?�� thoirCiyJ',r,ll"',,!.'*,,C'Wi   belld'1   ��<1 w^te�� or shov.-cird writers-through  our  In the City Office. Pliocii.jc. It. C , . 11 Thursday,, instruction by mail.   Prices low: terms easy: no  the :12ndday /fjnne A.O 19.15.n! 2 p.m.o'.lock:  I). J. MATHKSON,  City Off ce, Miieiiiz, B C,  May 13th 1905.  Cily ^'lerk.  boolts to buy. Send for circular, st aline when  I you saw this ad and wh.'uh position you want  j JNTKBNiTioKit.. Goi.respoNDLSci: hCllOOLS  ' .Scranton. Pa  NOTICE. XI    ,  .Month  i .hi 1 ma iy  j h i-Iii inn v  Map 6.,, (Mil IioiisidcAdii'tionto the 1 i t ��,f   MmI'i Ii  I'lioeiiU.ln Hie I'lo.iuepof I'rlllsh' oliimiiiH. I  ,, ,:  Phoenix Shoe  Shop.  All  Work ('���iiarantf>ri.  Imported Goods.  KINK  HOOIS  ANII SHOKS  MAIJK  TO  OKDEK.  I'KACIIC.M.    MINKKS'   A   Nl) PItOS  PKCTOKb'SHOES   A  Sl'KCIAl.TV.  Slmii    mi   liiiiimiiiiii Avfiiue.  Average Prices ol Copper.  ���New Yoik���  Electroljtic. Lake.  In themalter of the   "r.n d llft-lilry Ail," and  111 Hie uialter 1 fthe iitU to l.ut in, lilock   17  "PF1    WHKKHASllie Certificate of t tleorjolii. :1 .-  ander Murray, bcinsr certificate of title iiumlicred  4473a to theaboie lieiediliimeuts, hasliecnInst or  destroyed and npiiliciilioii lias been made to 111c  for a duplicate thereof;  NOTICK1S1IK   KKYGIVKN that a cluplii-utc  certificate 0: title lo the above hereditaments will  lie issued at the expiration of one nioutli ftoui  ditehere>-r niiltss in ihe y.ii-��iiiiui- valid objection to the column i- maile t. me 1" wriliiip.  W   li; KDMONIjS,  District KeKistiar of TitUs.  t,aiid kegistry   Oltice,   Kaniloi ps, it   C., April  ��8, ivos. V;  A pitI  .,  iMny ...  .111 no"..  .(my."...  August.  101M    1003      HUH  12-lld 15115    V\R\S  ,I2.(h;;i is 010 12 245  la.aiw in 20-1 12'.'oo  12.!'22 14 018 l:l 1211  ' 12.758  .12.2011  . 12 27!)  12.;!42.  11X15  15 1.-I0  15 i:js  15 350  15 0-0  Si'iili'inhiT..12.401  Oriiilii'i- .. ,12!M��4  Ni.viMiibcr.'. .14.283  Dl'l-llllllrT.. 14.0(0  Yt-ar .'.... 12.820  13 0(0  12.300  12 500  12-108  12.020  |:t'117  14.455  14.850  12.0110  Ancl Bdunclarv MisiBiig Jourhal:  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.  In five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined and  s.nehed here, with a valuation of over^$12,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy. .-I;:,  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoenix-^-iiot one or live  miles distant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable news of the mines and smelters of the Boundary.  The  Pioneer  is  payable to the  worth $10 per year���but it costs only #2,  if the coin comeswith the order.    Make all orders  W.B. WILLCOX/ Nqnqaer.';  SssmmammssBssssm  SS��gS5tSBSIS  ummmmmmsm  mmnmamimasm  J*  zmsymaxi  m$&  Phoeficx^ Brefisti Columbia  fflMSlismiiiaAwitw^^  aBttiM^ai>milMM^MII>KM��^S!BMim.'llll|iii|raMl.j1. maRWWu  TH2 PH02HIZ PiOHX2E.  I  3  P  ���it  c  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  ��� -Then I uy U ,, .  OLiyER  TYPBWRITEE  Made in Ctiiumk..' ���������  A Standard Visit le Writer.  ��'lii.'lr��ivfH IVifH-i \v,���.k ;��� t! t.b'!lorU.t(  lime wuli tlietfivuioi I'tiin.   (   ignition.  Write for Cataltt":  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agontj, Phoenix, B. C.  vr.YtS��'i��CsX  CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER  Four Million Dollars  | Great strength, long exp-.Tiei.ee and thorough' equip-  <5 inent enable this Bank to offer  proiint  an 1  euTjient  ser-  | vice in every branch of the Banking Business.  �� ���      .  -                 .   ���  g '       ���           3 Pei' cent interest on Savings Accounts.  Townships  I "'-.    , K.Ftnl liiltv.l ISO!).    ,  New Power Line.  Regarding the new high tension line  tobring power froiri Kootenay river to  lie ��� Boundary,': the  Rossland   Miner  ays : '    ..  F.W. Guernsey, C.K., has jus'.'com-  pleted the preliininery; survey for the  ���pile line of ihe West Kootenay Power  *������-'Light company from this city lo  Grand Forks, h .practically follows  the old Dew.Jney trail from Barney's  ranch to Cascade, and runs in as near  a straight line as 'possible from Cascade to Grand Forks. All that remains  to be done, he says, is to straighten out  tht surveyed line a little, here and'there  before the right'of Way/is cleared. Un-  iil.. L. A. Campbell, manager of the  West Kootonay P.piye'r & Light company, returns frcini the east, it is not  knouu when .this will be done. Mr.  Campbell is expected: here from the  east early next week. '  *V  '&  THE OBSERVATORY  Things'Tai.kki> or at  ' HOW* AND KLSKWIIXkB  Eastern  an  k  ���> Gait Coat  (��� -.      '" :���'..     ���������-   ���������.������'  (j�� .-,.   delivered to any part, of  the city.  Hay? Gs��aint  4  ���.���~���-���-���----������������������������ : ��)  Oats, Wue'at,. Feed,etc. Q)  Larye stock. /"i��  :&������:      Gooci D*y Wood.        &  PAL AGE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave:,    , ^Sl'lT.       Phoenix, B. C.  Thousands Die ol ConsllpstlOB.  No condition causes l-o many incurable diseases as constipation. It not  only prevents the kidneys from eliminating the poisonous wastes, but causes  anaemia, stomach trouble and indigestion. Why don't you use Dr. Hamilton's Pills and get .cured? This excellent medicine restores normal bowel  action in one night. Thousands say  so. Your system will be pure and  cleaii.'ybu'H be free" from -headaches,  ,no more sour stomach-���in short you'll  .have jovial,, spirits and perfect good  'health;'- . Dr. Hamilton's Pills' are sold  everywhere,'; 25c. a box; Get the  genuine.  Absolutely No Excuse.  The Phoenix Pioneer appears to  have a well founded;kick against the  postoffice department. ' According to  our contemporary it-takes,five days for  a paper mailed in Phoenix to reach  Greenwood, distant five miles, notwithstanding the fact that three stages ply  daily between the two points'.' There  is absolutely no excuse for this state of  affairs and ihe member for the district  Duncan Ross, would do well to' insist  upon an immediate improvement.���  Nelson Daily News.  Tliii'm-wrflnion of tliuCDI'l'KI,' IIANM'.OOK li-u ami .li's.-.-iln-y :!:lll r"|>-  I'rp- iniiii-H iitnl -rii| jier iiliiiintr '���i>uii'suiii\-, in nil pur- .uf 1I11; - - *��.��*��� !���*, -��� �����*-*������ i i'i>5 (In  I'ImIh'. ilirs-eili'Mi'iiifliolls ni -I'hii! f" m in�� lb 1 k lo 12. |>i'i;i'si li-i jjlli. iii-iiir-Uni; 'n  inipiiiiHiire iif 1I11'11111.1 h. The. ile.-i lijitiuiiMiif imi-|.>ii!(U'il, I'li-t fii\v I'.n'ii- in tin.  iiiusti'oii'liMisn I an Iv> t-iit-able (.inn.  TIiitb inn :ilu 1 li i> en niirfivlliini'iiiH I'liaplfi's, ili-vniel to iln* llimorv, Uh-k,  Ti'iiiiinulojiy," (lfiiurupliy, (u'ulouy, Olii'iniHtiy, jliireraloiry, Metn lui'cy, Kiiianre.-  mid .Stiitislie* "f 1 'opp-r, rcmlrr 111: tliu volume 11 vi-riliilile uiii:relii|ieilia of tin- bu1>-  jivlpf Co|iper>Hii<l ev'frytliiti|;|iui'ittii)iii)! to llie niutul.  It Is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  livery Miner, I'liifprt'tor, lnvvstor, Nniikrr, ami I'.roker nei-.l^ tin- b'Kik. I'licu  is '5 in Biiekrani liimliiiKwitli gill tup; or $7.50 in lull liliiiirv . morrmvn, and Hie  'nook, ineillier biniliiiu', will lie sent, fullv pii'puiil.on approval, to am' ii'1-lre^s in  llie world, to lie pniil for if fiuiiiil Hnlisfurlury, or may rttlnrm-d within a. week 01 n;-  I'i'iptaiiJ tlieeliarge caiict'lle<l.  'Address llie Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  How to Cure To-illucht.  Any aching tooth can be relieved  instantly with Nerviline. Fill ihe cavity iviih balling dipped in Nerviline  and rub ihe gums wim Nerviline also.  If ihe face is swollen and sore bathe  ihe pa:nful parts-with Nerviline and  cover with a flinnei This cari'i fail  because, Nerviline' kills the pain out  ndit anil prevents-it from returning.  Stronger, quicker, 'more satisfacdry  than anv other liniment. Poison's Nerviline has been the Urgest seller for  nearly fifty years; try it yourself.  {Phoenix    stage Line  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix    -  Leave Greenwood  9.00  a. 111.  Standard Time  .30 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.  ���- ���  Canadian Pacific Railway Summer Excursion  Rales East.  The Canadian Pacific Railway .announce low returji rates to eastern  points account following conventions :  Imperial Council Mystic Shrine,  Niagara Falls, N.Y., $76.25; International Sunday School Convention, Toronto, $76,65: International Turnerfest,  Indiauopohs, Ind., $67.65; National  Educational Association, Asbury Park,  N.J., $85.35; Christian Endeavor Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, $81.25;  American Institute of Instruction, Portland, Me.. $92.70; Annual Meeting B  P.O.E., Buffalo,. N.Y., $76.25. All  tickets good for 60: days. For dates of  sale, particulars of. routes, and berth  reservations, apply to local agents, or  Write, T- S. Carter, D.P.A.. Nelson  B.C.   ' .  #**  I  I  l__ . &_ __w  James Breen visited the McKinley  mine, in Fiaiiklin camp, last. week,  which would appear to be evidence  lhat this well known smelter and mining man- is still keeping-his eye on  some of the good things in a mineral  wav.   '-;--: ''���  -,-������  Shout it from the housetop's.' The  Great Northern has at last'"jackedup"  some falling parts', of .'.Us School street  bridge here. By next fall, at this rate,  the company should be able to have  the approaches to that niuclr used  structure iii the last stages of completion.    ^ y  ,:'  ���������'  When the wprd is once given thai  the V.V. & E. charter has been amended at Ottawa, as requested by James J.  Hill, there will be.such a rush to the  Similkameen as will remind old timers  of the early railway construction days  of the Boundary���when there were  hardly stages; enough to carry the  travellers. As usual, this time there  will be many kinds of fortune hunters.  Some will wish to go into business,  others will prospect; and seek mining  properties of merit, and not a; few will  go in with a graft- in' mindr--pure;, and  simple. The Similkameen is coming  to its own in more'ways than; one,r and  there can be little;: doubt but that; it  will give a good account of itself; , ;'��  ' ���'[''������ �������� ' .,,���..''���' ���';���:'���'-'��� -t: i  P. A. O'FarrellJ'xs the right hand  scri be of F..Augustus Heinze, of Butte  ���the man 'who has made pretty nearly as much trouble for. theAmalga-  mated Copper,Co. as has Thomas \V,  Lawsoh, the Boston, stock broker of  Frenzied Finance fame. Mr. Q'Far  rell has the gift of being a graceful and  inten sting descriptive writer,; a gift  which he has cultivated? in -excellent  shape since he -a..J the writer of these  lines ground out copy together for the  Spokane Falls Daily Chronicle some  15 years ago. Most of the time Mr.  OTanell lives in Butte, and devotes  himself to Mr. Hemze's interests, I u  occasionally he drops over into British  Columbia, and makes a few observations for the press about ihe,ccun:r\  and its magnificent future. And, be 11  noted, he dresses up, his stoi ies in such  good shape, that,- even if they are  sometimes pretty, widely drawn1, he  gets them into print.  SYSTEMIC CATARRH  '      TTODERSTOOP.  It   Qaims   Thousands���A  w  ARM  weather,  lco cold drinks and  foods cnuso a general derangement of  the-entire- system.  Btomich troubles  follow. Biliousness,  indlseatlon and general derangement of  the stomach are  paused by a diseased  condition. This is  generally, if rightly  termed, catarrh of  the stomach.  Catarrh Will at:  tack that organ of  the' body ���which is  the weakest. If it  be the stomach���Po-  runa cures catarrh  of the stomach Pe  runa cures catarrh  wherover located. \  Prominent   Canaclian   Cored.  CATARRH is a  systemic disease, curable only  by a systemic  nvstment. A remedy that cures catarrh must aim  directly at the  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���-..-���,;        ';������'':'   notice. .  "SUrlinghsm Fractional" Mineral Claim, aituate  in the Greenwood Miiiiug Division of Vale  Diilrlct.  Where located: In "Lottie F." carup, on Cop-"  .perCreek.     ���'    ..:.���.--.       . ,     -  TAKE NOTICH that I. Isaac H. Ilalletl, ai  agent for William Fame}', FreeMinei'sCertificate  Ko..ll8043-)l'G<.'ori!eW. KumuerJEtr. Krte Miller'*  Certi6catf No. HSoS33, James .Varshall, Free'  Miner's Certificate No. I'Scsil, Ale��nder  Strachau. FreeMiner'* Certificate N*o 85731. and  James H Slacaulny, l'ree Miner's Certificate No.  B80509, intend,, nixty days from the date hereof,  j���������_j ____. Kjnpply to OieMiiiiug Recorded for a Certificate  depressed nerve of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a,  centers.    This Pe- ' t"rown Grant on the above claim  ',   ;'������ j ~ "' j     And further take notice thataclion, under sec-  rona.aoes. Uon37, must lis crmmencrd before the issuance���'.  f!Bfa.rrh     ��fT��v��tr>   ofauch Certificate of Impnveinents  v/aurru    auocu:      DaUd lhiJ Jwh day o(^ugusti AiD.'.i934.  7-13 ���������.     - I. H. HAHHTT.'  the liver and kidneys and is more  often .the ��� direct  cause of all the  suffering endured  of the back, Urer  and kidneys, that  is: supposed 'to. be  something else. In  fact, when doctors  disagree, and you  have found no  cure, try Parana.  Mr. Arthur Perks, late of England, writes from 80 Cathcart St., Montreal,  Can., as follows: ,. -c ' .���       '���������fri '' .'���>' ��  ������I hMve medyour Pe'ruaa for InilgeuMa Mad kldaay trovU* mad HadH  ma excellent remedy for tbeie complmlat*. v / cheerfully recommend Petiiam  tor Indlgeetloa mad kidney dhemue.','-.Arthur Perk*.  Pe-ru-na���A Syttemlc Catarrli Remedy.  ' Mr. E. C. Plneonneault, box M, Pre��-  icott,' 6nt., member Order of the World,  ;of Holyot, writes:;-.    ���'��������������� -  ' "Peruna is a- most excellent preparation, ���: especially for ttommchy. trouttet,-  coaatipmUon mad cmtmrrb... .It mctm-mt-m  tttmulmtiag took for the entire sytiem,  Induces good appetite mod regulmteethe  bojyet*. :��� '������....      :..,.t-.  "I hare found It very pleasant .to. take  and very effective and one of the, very  few medicines which deserve endorsement. /_.  ��Itr is often iaserioua question to kn'bw  what mod'duo is reliable, and I am  therefore glad to give my experience  with Peruna, believing that it will continue to give general satisfaction.''���  E. C. Pinsonneault.  Peruna will be found to effect an irri-  mediate and lasting cure in all cases of  systemic catarrh. , It acts-.quickly and  beneficially on the. diseased mucous  memhranes, and with healthy mucous  membranes, catarrh can no longer  exist. .    _     ,C( ���':  Completely Cured, by Pe-ru-na. .  jj��r. J. E. Lacombe, 1018 Chaussl, Mpn-  treaVCan., writes:  " I suffered for a long time with liver  trouble and after- having used- several  remedies without good results, I resolved  to try .Peruna. .After a comparatively  short treatment, I am completely cured."  A'-;.   Pe-ru-iu tar hMHlcttton.  Mi;. Joseph D. Quyette, 12 Vltre BU,  Montreal, Can., writes :���  " "ffor more than -a year I have been  troubled with indigestion and most  agonizing headache*. I doctored con-  tinuauy.but got no help until I took  .Pemnir-,'���������:;.���':�� .*'.';'-'- .'.'-'-������:'':"���' ,;:'V.  "I have taken four bottles and can  truthfully say that It has entirely cured  ine.'!.,;--ti-.y-..: ,.\*'.*^;'*''.',.;.,..;., :���;:.     -.,  Pe-ru-fu RecemmeiMlesl tar Dyspepsia.  Mr. 11. Lortepre, 381 Amherst Street,  Montreal, Can., writes:  " I have used Peruna for a severe caae  of dyupepsla and am feeling very much  better. To all that suffer from dyspepsia, I highly recommend Peruna."  The above testimonial* cite the ex-,  perleace ot'thousands .of -people'who  have been cured ot obstinate mad severe cases of catarrh by taking Peruna.  ' A reward of $10,000 has been deposited  in the Market Exchange Bank, Columbus,.Ohio, as a guarantee that the above  testimonials are genuine; that we hold  in our possession authentic letters certifying to the same.  During many years' advertising we  have never used' in part or In whole, a  single spurious testimonial. Every one  of our testimonials are genuine and in  the words of the one whose name is au-  pended. All correspondence held strictly  confidential. ; -.-���',  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate or Improvements.  .,;.:..       NOTICK.:,  , Summit, Mayllower, Hopewell, BaUatn Fractional, Cabot Fractional and Mayflower fractional Mineral claim*, situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���in Summit camp.  Tak�� Notice that!, Isaac H. Ilallett, aa agent  for DotiKald Mclnni.1, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B74591; George W. Kurnberger, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B805:��; and Tbomas  Hoderick. Free Miner's Cortllicate No. B80401,  intend, sixty days trom the date hereof to apply to the Mining Itecorder for certificatas of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  'Town ij.-antu for the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced Ik fore the issuance ol such Cei tificates of Improvements.  Dated tblsli9th dayof September, A. D. 1904.  I. H.HALLETT.  :C.5K5  mm  RAILROAD  to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto ^ _  Globe (daily) both for One \��J  ytar  ^  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto ^  Globe, (weekly) both for One ��  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One     /  noo��   /Including Handsome portrait^ ��W  y����r   t^of King Edward, I7i32incli��i./----   Phoenix Pioneer and New York �����  World, Thrice-a week, both ��  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal ^ ��  Family Herald and Weekly Stat, ��J  both one year...-...-   tiriiacripUoiiB received to nil Magwincs and Perio.Ji-  calfl ut publiHltora lowest rates.  Sued by His Doctor.  "A doctor here has sued me for  $1*2.50 which I claimed was excessive  for a case of cholera morbus," says R.  White, of Coachella, Cal. "At the  trial he praised his medical skill and  medicine. I asked him if it was not  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy he used, as I had  Kood reason to believe it was, and he  would not say under oath that it was  not." No doctor could use a better  reinedy than this in a case of cholera  morbus, it never fails. Sold by all  druggists.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Tbe Illinois Central  Maintains unexcelled : service from  the west to the east.and south, making  close connections": with trains of all  transcontinental lines. Passengers are  given their choice of routes to Chicago, Louisville, Memphis a.id New Orleans, and through these points to the  far east.  Prospective travellers desiring information as to the lowest rates and best  routes are invited to correspond with  the following .lepf.esentatives: B. H.  Trumbull, Commercial Agent, 142  Third St., Portland Ore.; J. C. Lind-  sley, Trav. Passenger Agent, 142  Third St., Portland, Ore; Paul B.  Thompson, Passenger Agent, Coleman  Building, Seattle, Wash.  Those Annoying Blnckheadf.  External applications will never re  move pimples or blackheads. Only  by stimulating circulation and purifying the blood can ihis be done. for  quick, sure release from these pests  use Ferrozone; it drives all humors  from the bipod, nv.kes the skin healthy,  (ones up the system. With the pure  nutritious blood made by Ferrozone  it's impossible to suffer from any skin  disease. You'll have a smooth delighl-  (uil skin, heallhy color and beautiful  complexion by using Ferrozone���and  you'll feel immensely better as well.  Fifty cents buys a box containing fifty  chocolate coated tablets at any drug  store.  Last week Mr. O'Farrell was in the  Boundary���not for the first time, either  ���and went up to. Franklin camp.  His views of the potentialities of the  mineral bearing Kettle river basin,  were as interesting as ever, and well  worthy perusal." In them, however,  he skilfully weaves a special pleader  for that terribly down trodden corporation, the C.P.R., and truthfully says  that the C.P.R. reduced freight rates  long before the Great Northern was  doing business in this section. He  thinks, also, that the Boundary will be  producing copper long after the mines  of Butte are done for.  ���**  ' Now, one wonders why Mr. O'Farrell came all the way from Butte to tell  us all these good things. To the residents of British Columbia there is nothing new about it. Perhaps, however,  Mr. O'Farrell wishes to'get away from  the sulphur fumes of his home village  for a while.  MS  There is still another possible ex-  p'anation. Mr. Heinze formerly owned thc Trail smelter and the Columbia  & Western railway and charter, with  millions of acres of land in the Koot-  enays that came as a gift, without  money and without price, in the days  when provincial governments were different from the present McBride government. The smelter and the railway-  Mr. Heinze unloaded on the C.P.R.  at a-good figure, but the land, at least  some of it, Mr. Heinze is understood  to still possess. . Possibly Mr. Heinze  asked his friend Mr. O'Farrell to give  his friends, the C.P.R., a boost at a  time when a boost seems needed. At  any rate, he boosted good and hard for  the C.P.R., whatever the direct cause.  ���M  The C.P R- has done great things  for the Boundary, and the Boundary  has grown apace, as a result of this  assistance. But let no one think the  C.P.R. is a philanthropic concern���  any more than the Great Northern is,  for that matter. While the C.P.R. has  done splendidly by the Boundary, the  Boundary has done even better for the  C.P.R. in comparison. So; there you  are. This section has paid the C.P.R.  immense interest in tonnage for every  dollar that has been spent here in railway construction. So honors are easy.  **#  The Greenwood Tinits is shoeing  commendable enterprise in nlertak-  ing  the  publication of a Specm! West  The lYlcist   Delightful Way to Cross The   Continent  ..-;' -.- Tnrough Salt Lake Cityj lilenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  '  '' Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Dayllglit Rhlc Tlirough Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Caetle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal PaBB and the Royal Gorge.  % Post Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and Denver"^  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER! FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Pilot miueral claim, situate hi the Greenwood  mining: division of Yale district.. ",.  Where located���in Providence camp. ...-'���'. ���,  Take notice trial I, Isaac II, Hallett, as agent  for Thomas Roderick, frcei Millet's Certificate  No. BS0401, and James Marshall, Free Miner'*  Certificate No. B80429, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a. Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the abore  claim.   .  And further take notice that action, under,  section 37, niust be commenced before the iwu-.  auce ofsuch Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 35th day of January, A. I>. 1905.  ';.',' :   I.H. HAIABTT.  Spokane Falls  No*the*nRy.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and  Nelson.  EFFECTIVE MARCH 5. 1905.  Leave. Arrive  10:00 a.m ....Phoenir 530 p. ra.  9:452.111 Spokane 6:?o p. in.  .1,05a. in..... Kossland.... ..4:55 p.m.  9 10a. 111 N.    on. 6 35 p. m.  ir.ooa. 111 Graad Vorks....,.���.���.���3:5oo.m.  7:00 a. in Republic 6.30 p. 111  Save  Time all the time  By USING  . For Detailed Information, address  \V. C.McBRIDE, General-Agent, 124Third Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.  Fork Edition, to be fully illustrated.  Such a number should be of the greatest value in making ,knpwn the vast  opportunities in one of the richest of  British Columbia's mining sections.  Mr. Justice Martin was a visitor in  Hedley a short time ago, and was sur  prised'to learn that the place had but  two mails per week, when the regular  mail route was . operated more frequently. ' He'tindertook to write personally to Sir William Mulock, the  postmaster-general, on the subject.  m  Now, if Mr. Martiiv would also look'  into theP.hoenix-liholt-Greenwood mail  service, he-would confer a small favor,  on humanity in general in this section.  He would find that although three  stages are operated between Phoenix  and Greenwood every day in the year,  it requires two days for mail matter to  be transmitted by the great Dominion  postofnee department between the two  places. This of itself i"s**bad enough,'  but no one caii even be certain that  two days is sufficient to cover the distance that any one can'go "over in an  hour or less.  If Mr. Justice Martin or Sir Wm.  Mulock would like som'e more interesting evidence, we 'caii show, him where,  recently, it^e'ruiire'd!' FOURTEEN  DAYS for the transmission of a letter  from Phoenix to Eholt. If there is  not  a screw  loose  somewhere about  No Competition.  ' The uniform success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy in the relief and cure of bowel  complaints both in children and adults  has brought it into almost universal  use, so that it is practically without a  rival, and as everyone who has used ii  knows, is without an equal. 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Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate! Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take studentB through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto Uontveisity, which the college is in  lut aflfiNation.  For fuller information and. terms write  Rev. W.J. Sipperell, B.A..B.D .Principal ;or Rev. J. P. Bowell, Bursar.  A pencil niatk here /S3��y  is a reminder that vour subscription to this paper is  now past due, and the publisher will appreciate your  prompt attention.        ������  In Tbe Supreme Court of British Columbia.  IN   THH    MATTKK   of    the Kstate  of John  Riimlqtmt, deceased.  NOTICK IS HEKKRY GIV'KN that on the i;th  dayof Ma/,-1905, It was ordered-by Mr. Justice  .,        ,  ,���   1 ,r ,      ' ,   ,       ���.     ,    ,  -n ���,: , ��� Martin that-A. C. Sutton he adniinstrator of all  this delightful postal system, Will Some, ������d>ingular'the estate of John Rmulquist.lntcof  Plioenijt, D.C., deceased intestate.  ��� 'Kvery person indented to the deceased is re-  ���quircd to make payment forthwith to the under  RiKiied and every person having in posucusiou  effects belonging to the deceased is required  forthwith to notify the undersigned. Kvery  creditor or other person having any claim upon  or interest in the distribution of the estate of the  said deceased is required before the 26th day of  June, 1905, to scud by registered letter addressed  to the undersigned his name and address and full  particulars of his claim or interest ami a statement of his account nnd the nature of the security  (ifany)heldby him.  After the snitl 36th dayof June thc administrator will proceed with thc distribution of the estate, hAviirg regard lo those claims only of which  he shall then have had notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., the 19th May, 1905  A. C. SUTTON,  Official Adniinstrator, Grand I'orki.ll.C.  one tell us what the trouble is ?��� We  have the evidence of the above putrid  stale of affairs right here in the office  for the inspection by the proper  autboiities-rprovided they really mean  business amfwiil apply the reinedy.  Farmers, Mechanics, Sporttmanl  To heal and soften the skin and remove grease  oi'i and rust stains, paint and and earth, etc., use  thc "Muster Meclunic'a" Tar Soap. Albert  Toilft Boaii Co. Mfra.  If You're Interested  -���IN   THE -  Mines of thc  Boundary  You should read the  Phoenix  Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest  News of  Boundary's  Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  address:  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  PHOENIX B. C.  >J!!:  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  TOgt- The most pci t'fcly ap-poinleil Ilea th  ami Pleasure Resort in  the West, with a  coin-  filetesysteiu of Itnths ���iiicliidint; Turkish tin I  tuHsian. Open Hi* yciir r-mml. The curative  properties of llswnters tire mietniiiletl.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervous aiul Must-  cular Troubles.  For Hcaliiif; :tU Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ailments.  For Kliiniiiatiiij; all Metalli*roisjti*J from th;  System  The grandeur of thc scenery is uurivallrd  Mouutainsl.snow leaks, forests, la kes, water fa] Is,  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursif tm  tenuis. Us winter climate is uit-turpuntied fur  mildneii*.  .. :,v.    r :-".-���'  �����������'. ."fxJfcH  ��������������� ������';.\>i'V.'V.-fcvi.':jif?_  ':..;.'-'.���:. '���&'.,? f-iiffl  ..'V .'iV'-; -J-^'-v";|r*r  fill 111  �����������������"-$;���;**$$  ���I.fOT  4   i |'l?Ti''|  till  ���������;f; Mi  III  '���:�����'-��� ������������&.  ��� ���������, ������',ji''.tfr*Sl  '���- v?'. 5"-"���&��]  WW  Hill,  'ISi  '.ill  ?'''-3"SI  ���.��� .vs i- ^^;.|  mm  ���mm  tU  :'M  mm  mm  ���m  ��� "-r.'A L  'S'-l  ���-l--""**"^^  !���'.�� ���  \i-:>.  J ''^ MA  w  'ma  " IB- SOAPS  G��od Soap Is a Go'oti Thing, Poor Soap Is Worjsc  Than Poor, It Is Injurious.  We have a very fine line of good soaps, all made from pure vegetable  oils and glycerine and containing the smallest possible portion of  alkali, perfumed and not perfumed.  Quality High.      ���        Price Low.  l'l'ONK  44-  Thomas Drug Q.Q., Ltd.  tesdmt Hotel of BounrJiry'i Ititflif  Mlniitf Cimp  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally located,  Good Simple Booms.  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First 8t.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. A. McMASTER  In and Around Phoenix  U^IEr* TOPICS OF  LOCAL AND GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  wtmm  The old reliable, Boyle, the druggist.  J. L. Martin will  buy International  Coal shares  Prescriptions our  specialty, Boyle,  the druggist.  Dr.   Simmons,   dentist,    Balmoral  hotel June 9 to 12.  9 Don't forget  'The Sweet  Family,"  Wednesday, June 21st.  Quality first, price next; Boyle, the  druggist..  Born, in Grand Forks, to the wife of  O. S. Walker, May 31st, a son.  A. S. Embree went over to North-  port Wednesday, expecting to return  Monday.  James McGregor, provincial mining  inspector, spent a day or two in the  city this week.  Lloyd A. Manly, proprietor of the  large hotel at Coleman, Alberta, was in  the city Tuesday.  The C.P.R. is preparing to build a  spur to Lequirne & Powers' planing  mill at Grand Forks.  Deeds, Mortgages and Bills of Sale  made out and recorded. Ed. H.  Mortimer, Notary Public  Dr. Foster went over to Victoria  Thursday with his sister, who has been  visiting him in Gieenwood.  Al. Blair, an old resident of Phoenix, who is now ranching near Spokane, came in Wednesday.  Morrell's tonight at Miners'. Union  hall. Popular prices of only 25 and  15 cents.    Every one enjoys it.  Wedding invitations and announcements promptly executed in the latent  styles in the Pioneer Job Department.  Toe Black has started work on a  cottage* in Golden Eagle addition, immediately north of the Congregational  church.  The masonry foundations for the  new Brooklyn hotel were completed  this week, and the lumber has begun  arriving.  *  A telephone was placed by the  Great Northern at the No. 3 works of  the Granby this week, to connect with  the station.  Phoenix Socialist League meets  Tuesdays, 7.30 p.m., Miners' Hal1.  Readings from Socialist authors given.  Discussion invited.  Cecil D. Martin, son of J. L. Martin, came up from Spokane Sunday  with his mother, having just graduated  from the Spokane high school.  After a vacation of several weeks, C.  E. Legg is once more handling the  punch on the Marcus-Phoenix passenger run on the Great Northern.  The dog poison rr got in his deadly  work this week, several more or less;,  valuable canines having pone ' to the'  happy hunting grouuds as a result.  If you did not see. tht Morrell's  Thursday evening, do not miss them  tonight at Miners' Union hall. J'rin^  your wife and children���popular prices.  Did you get a copy of the Midwinter  Number of the Pioneer for that friend  in the east? If not we have a few left  that can be had at two bi;s each, ready  wrapped for mailing.  In another column will be found the  C.P R. announcement of rates for the  Portland fair. This is the on'y line  that will give you two steamer rides on  the way to Port and.  The locomotive of the south b^und  ,,���iCI  Great Northern passenger train left the'acres,  track   Wednesday  near Spencer,   but!  was replaced on the  metals  in about |    George  half an hour.     No damage.  Bovle is the druggist.  Any of the local mining shares  for  sale.    E. H. Mortimer.  James McRae is sojourning for )a  time at Hedley and vicinity.  J. L. Martin made a flying trip to  his Curlew,ranch last Monday. '  The Grand Forks public school had  an actual average attendance of a j 2  last month.  . Wanted al the Pioneer office,  clean  cotton rags.   Bring them  along   arid j  get your money.       ',  Mike Callahan went to Spokane  Monday, and may take in the Porland  fair before returning.  Descriptions and ' prices of Xfasah  & Risen , pianos can be had from  Mortimer, the agent. ,       {'  Mrs. J. L. Martin' spent ihis week  in Spokane, where her son graduated  from the high school.  Thomas Taylor, M.L.A.,of Reve{  stoke, was a visitor in Phoenix for tlrp  first time last Tuesday. i  Bring the .little folks tonight and  enjoy the Morrell's moving picture and  vaudeville entertainment.  Miss Maude deSpain returned from  Spokane this week, where she has been  attending school at Brunot Hall,  Grand Forks has started a tax sale  by-law. There will shortly be some  lively financing in the Gateway city.  Mrs. Howard Moore and Mrs.  John Campbell went to Vancouver  over the Great Northern Wednesday.,  1  Frank Sherwood, American* customs  officer at Lauiier, came up with the  Eagles' excursion Thursday afternoon.  Have you a shipment that wants  clearing through the customs? If so,  get Mortimer.the broker.to attend to it.  If you like a good laugh, you can  have it when you see "The Sweet  Family" on June 21st at the Presby-  tern church.  Mayor Rumberger went to Spokane  on yesterday's train. '  The Phoenix quartette will take pari  in the concert to be given in Greenwood next week Wednesday, in aid of  the Presbyterian church congregation,  at Midway, whose house of worship  was recently burned to the ground.  Peter J. Nevin, who hustles subscribers for the Spokesman-Review, was  in the city Tuesday. Just at present  he is encouraging interest in the Portland fair contest, and from thc indications, it does not need much encouraging, either.  George E. Dey, the jeweler, who has  been visiting his father and mother at  Vancouver f^r several weeks, returned  to Phoenix yejf��rday. Before returning he werfl-fiJjfeblernan, and acted as  best mari**at the Turner-Fraser wedding, which occurred last Wednesday.  G. L'. \v13odara is still taking out  grading outfit for Burns & Jordan to  Oroville, Wash. Most of the large  outfit, however, is being left here, on  this side of the line, till something  definite is heard from Ottawa. The  firm has an outfit on each side of the  line.  Chas. D. Hunter states that, after  going into the matter carefully, it has  been decided not to amalgamate the  company's Grand Forks store with the  businoss of W. K. C. Manly. Mr.  Manly will confine himself, however,  in future to ^hardware, while the Hun-  ter-Kendriclf Co. will take over Mr;  Manly's grocery stock.  Manager Martin, of the water and  light company, -is putting in another  tank, 16x32x8, feet in size, to hold  about 20,060 gall&ns. It will be located in the ravine a few hundred feet  above the Granny compressor building.  Some 600 feet of pipe will also be laid  to connect the tank with the general  water system.  If you have occasion to wire to  Japan it can be done now at the rate  of only $1.20 ��� per word from  Phoenix, against a former rate of $1.40  per word." So, at least, we are advised  by J. Wilson, superintendent of C. P.  R. Telegraphs a: 'Vancouver. Readers will please take due notice of this  important announcement.  Wednesday, evening's impromptu  dance, given by Miss Howe, matron ol  the hospital, at the hospital, was much  enjoyed by the lajge number present.  The pleasing ..decorations were made  by Mrs. Wm. I*!unn, and the music  furnished by Mr. Reynolds and Mr.  I Flood. About ,$40 was realized,  which will.pw.-nde funds for calcimin-  ing the insiu ward.  ����'  BOB"  The Tailor  ���~1 ���������������������������<����������>����������  Just as a man is known  by the company he keeps  so he is known by the  clothes he wears. It  therefore behoves hiui to  wear the best when he  can bov them as he  should-^f the best notorial and workmanship.  Bob, the Tailor, has  been making clothes in  Phoenix for the last four  years, and has given universal satisfaction to his  long list of customers.  It makes no difference  whether you wish a top  -notch Dress Suit or one  for every day business  wear, or something out  of the ordinary, in the  latest imported ftoods.  He can fit you with a  suit or euit you with a  tit that you will be proud  ol.  Ke also has a nice lino  of Hats and Cans that  are worth looking over.  Knob Hill Ave.  "BOB"  The   Tailor.  Special attention is called toour  new line of Phoenix Tablets,  in note and letter size,'With several views of the Phoenix mines.,  We also have an immense variety of Souvenir Postal Cards,  with Phoenix and other views.  See our   ne��\fjtock ot wiiting  papers,   recently   received.    All  , the latest novelties.  Clothing!  {stationers,  t      Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  KNOB HILL AVE.  ��������������������������������������������������  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it coine  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc.  just arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old ''  and Cheapest prices.      .    ���    ;  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively  HAIUlV-McKENZIK NIK  DOMINION AVE.. 1'HOKXIX.  '�����&&m  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading  ���mines fought and sold.  G.W.  Dominion Ave.  .Telephone No. 28  Information   about   Phoenix   and   the  boundary cotiniry given on application.  ^ Phoenix, B. C.  Owing to the presence of so many  Eagles in the city the city cquncil was  unable to get a quorum together last  Wednesday. ;  Danny Peane and Percy Wilkinson  are taking over the wet goods department of the Cottage hotel today, and  will have an opening tonight.  Popular prices, 25 and 15 cents, at  the moving picture show by the Morrell's at Miners' Union hall this evening.    Families especially invited.  A rate of $22.50 is being made by  the Great Northern from Phoenix to  the Portland fair and return, good for  30 days, via the OiR & N. from Spokane. '���;  Rev. McDerrnid, Baptist evangelist  J who js making headquarters at Grand  ; Jtorks, was a visitor here ori Thursday,  1 with an idea of holding some services  in the near future.  Collector Delahay say that the duty  collected at the Phoenix custom^  house for this week is greater than for  any week since the office was opened,  running over $1,006  Did you ever see '-The Sweet Family," mother and seven charming  daughters? If not, do. not fail to see  them at the Presbyterian church on  Wednesday, June 2i st.        ,   ���;  W.S. Doyle has closed a deal for  the sale of 620 acres of land on Fourth  of July creek, just below the Macy  ranch, to E. W. Otis and Miss Nora  Liberty,  of Spokane, each taking 310  ;   Big Mulcal C��***1y C*wl��f.  '  "The hottest Coon in Dixie," the  rag-time musical, comedy and excellent  coon show is presented in rather different mould from the ordinary negro  performance.,.. The usual horse play  and buffoonery deemed essential are  discarded, arid ( their places filled by  graceful djrills.and tiances, executed by  a well trainee! and handsomely costumed coinpajiy. . There is absolutely  nothing vulgar or'objectionable in the  entire production. On the other hand,  the show .is a whirlwind of melody.  The chorus is especially selected and  trained; their singing is a feature of the  performance.' '* This does not mean  that comedy and dancing are omitted,  for both are well represented by a company of well ,kiio,wn nainet, among  whomare Williams.& Stevens, Arnold  & Blondy, Grundy &Weathei by,Jones  & Raymond, and, many others who  make the show as a whole good to see  and good to hear, and is said to be one  of the best of its-kind. This attraction will play an engagement of one  night at Miners' Union hall Wednesday, June 14.  ��� ��� t  ���; Font*.  Found between postoffice and Great  Northern depot, a watch. Owner can  secure it by,proving same and paying  for this notice.  Pioneer Pub. Co.  ��� Oregon  StiotyrLiNE  and union Pacific  Announce their first  Daylight    Coach    Excursion  Spokane to  Portland and Return  JUNE 19th  $10 Round Trip $10  Limit Seven Days  Leave Spokane.7.25 a.m., Arrive Portland 0.45 p. m.. Tickets not good in  sleeping cars.  Take the  Daylight Trip  Down the Columbia.  Summer Schedule  KFFKOTIVK JIXK .J.TII.  Through Express Trains  Montreal re Vancouver  Kootenay Section Connects With  IMPERIAL    LIMITED  East and Wsst.  Under New Management  Blacks Hotel  R. V. ChishoJm, Prop-  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  gnocN.  Special attention'to dining loom.    Large,  airy  and  well   furnished rooms.  Domialoe Avenae - Phoenix, B.  Ed. Black,  hum  r'  FOR BOYS  is   a great    Hoot  for  that  "harum-scarum"    son    of  Superb New  S.S.' 'Princess Victoria"  Between  Vancouver, ���  Seattle.  Victoria    and  For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local.agents or to  WATCHMAKER  TEWELER.  .Rejiairing of all kinds, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.  Fine line of st..sonihle ji;\-dry always on hand,  FIRST ST..  MIOENIX, II. C.  George Evans  PHOENIX.  Sign Writing on short notice.  Painter and  House  Decorator.  n. c  Estimates promptly furnished  ApplkstlcB tar tl<j����r Llcciw.  NOTICE iH hereby givf n that at the  next meeling of till* Board of License  Coumiisi'ioiiertiof Ui'e Corporation of the  City of Phoenix, B.C., 1 intend t<i make  Bjiplii'ftti <u for tlm ^rantijiit of u liceiiHp  ti> Hell liquor liy retail on thn pieiniai'g  known as the Maple 1L��af Hotel, situated  on Old Iroiifiilei' avenve, Plioenix, B.C.  (Sinned)'  Frank Andxmbon.  Dated at Pliounis, B.C., this 7th day of  June, 1906,  NOTICE.  ..?  SocriiiAPBICJiN War t and Giant Act.  GRANTS offend made to Voluiiteers.thelr helm  or sulcus, under suthoiity of tills Act, are subject to the condition that such lauds shall hare  been selected by tbe grantees ou or before the  first day of July, 11^5.    Notice 1��, therefore, hereby given that application for such ands must be  filed at the Government Office by that date.  R.H.CRKHN;  . Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works  L��u Is aud Works Department       ~ tli  yours. ''  It is made of all leather  and the best. of. findings, to  stand hard knocks.  Yet it is a graceful Root,  too, as Boys' Boots go.  Just as -well made and ot  as honest leather as our  Men's Boots. ,  ��� Tell your shoedeaber that  you want "THE I.ECKIE  BOOT" and look for the  trade mark on the sole.  MANUFACTURED BY  J. II (0.  VANCOUVER. B.  A. W. Haley,  Agent,  Phoenix, B.  KJ.Covi.E,.  A.Q.P.Agt.  C.   Vancouver. B.(  J. S.  Caktek, |). p.  Nelson, lt.f'.  F.W. Hart  Complete llousefumishings.  HARDY BLOCK  lljj Just    received   direct   from  S Scotland a large shipment cf  Peter Dawson's Scotch"  fe  ic  GEO. ����� DEY  Watchmaker  and Jeweler  *?t  GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  Houmlary Agems fur ' 1'AHSr rv\^\\\\A PKP ItKHt."  .Wholesale Dealer hi Alines, T.-'tjuorts ainl Clgnr��.  .Telephone orders tece'v^ prompt attention.  Grkenwooo,U. C.        ***       JAMKS McCRICATH, i'koi-.  Fine line of *   .  High Class Timepieces  Cut Glass  Rings, Brooches, Etc;  Grand Hotel  Cornkk Howari/anmjMain Srs.  THE  Repairing    a   Specialty-  Knob Hill Ave.  Phoenix, 11. C.  Phoenix People rlftS!  . ...Jiiinifl  Kuiienilly willfinil 11 Iiuiiih in S|inkain'11'  tlie <'niii'l lloli'l. lii'ci'iill v i'L'iiii>ili-ll>'il  hikI I't'HiriiiKlii'il. UikIit tin' niuimjff-  ment of R. E. I'hair, lute of Hotel I'hair,  Nelnon. H.O.  . All Hritifh Cuhiinbin piipeis on file.  Eiiro|>i'itii jilrtii. KiileH 50 cimiIh In !f2.l)U  p��r ihiv.    Free line liu-els nil Imins.  STRATHGONA  NELSON, B.C.  B  TOMKINS, Manager;  He leadio? Hotel of flic ilcota^  Special Rates to Commercial Mer.  Good'Sani]>lc Rooms. ���.  Miners'  Union  Hall  W^SB^SMM��!M^i  THE  ��*r>>o  ��  Victoria','��.' C~, ��ftFi~May."l Jos.  LICENSE MEETINQ NOTICE.  The last issue qf The Week contained  an extensive description of the mines  of Phoenix and other Boundary resources, fully illustrated, for which  Percy F., Godenrath wasi responsible.  ��� R. Mead started Tuesday  over the Great Northern for Lady-  smith, to attend the meeting of the  Odd Fellows grand lodge, from June  Hth to 16th. He will take in the  Portland fair before he returns to the  Boundary, and be absent ai couple of  weeks.  NOTlrKiaHKRBBYGIVKN V al a meeti.iff  of tbe,Board or License Coninilssloaers for the  Boundary Creek District will be held at the Gov-  trumeut Office, Grand Porks, it O , on Thursday  June 15th, 1905, at the hour of jpm��� to consider  the following application!: ������  J P. Black, Columbia Motel, Eliolt.  J. McMaster, Union Hotel, P.bolt.  G. Arthur Kcudelt, Northern Hotel, Kholt  Normsu Luce, Summit Hotel, Kholt.  M. W, Ludlow, Windsor Hotel, Bolero.   .  Lewis li. Salter, Spokane Hotel, Midway  C. A. Thomet,Oakland Hotel, Midway.  ' raniiicl <;rowetl, Crowell Hole), Midway.  C. M. Crouse, Lancashire Hotel, Midway.  Sweet D hi, Central Hotel, Midway,  ' Lewis 81 of., timelier Hotel. Boundary Falls  C A. Dempsie, Boundary Falls Hotel; Houndary  ���fall*.. -  Joseph SsKKtt, Hartfoid Junc't. Hotel, Hartford Junction.  D.J.DABBAUGH, .  Chief i,lcenr^ Inspector, '  E. Willis presents  The Hottest Coon  in Dixie,  a jingling musical comedy  34 Colored Artists 34  Special Augmented  Orchestra.    New  and catchy  music.    Complete  scenic and   lighting  effects.  I.arge chorus of pretty  octoroons handsomely  costumed..  See Big Street Parade  Prices $1.00 and 75c.  Tickets on sale at Tom Browns.  :er.  "DOMINION AVENUE.  pop  Men's Suits  Men'i" Hats  Men's Shirts  s Shoes  Ladies'and Chil  s  If lOtf Want a nice nobhy and up-to-dale. suit you will  find a choice selection iu our line of men's stylish clothing  for summer. We sell the kind t'iat wear well and look well"  Men's Shifts You will find it haid 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 Hlack and Brown, also a nice tange of  stiaw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. ()ur paiem calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy Softs A new lot of perfect fining noifolks  and   three  piece suits, stylish. ���  See our line of Ladies' Wais.s, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  .  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Hoys' waists.  oco  TBae  I  ���M  i  'A h  ��}*  1  />.  ���..��*ib��i��test!ffll��!S*l

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