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AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.
PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY. JUNK  2o,   .908
No. ii
1
THE EVER
POPULAR
GEN. MANAGER
OF GRANBfGO.
Makes a Visit to Big
Phoenix Mines,
Boundary Side Lights
Jay
P. Graves  Well Pleased
With Progress Made.
IS  the   dressiest   of   all  sack   suits.
Whether in the single or double breasted
new-
effects,
summer season's
and finish.   :
The coats,
models  embody   the
newest ideas of style
■with
4n^^t
have   special  attention
shape-holding   features,
sagging   or   wrinkling
The  shape stays  firm
is worn out, :
This,  with the  fact
given  to   their
There's   no
up   the   front.
until  the  coat
that
our Blue
Serge NEVER FADES, makes it
worth your while to call and look over
our stock of summer suitings.     :        :
(0., LTD
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Imjrm AX AX MlAX AX MM AX AX AA AX AABIAAAA AAAA AX AXCAAA AX AAAA*6ii
urlcw Butter
We are selling more of this Brand every day, and We  are safe
in saying it is by long odds the BEST Butter that comes to town.
We are sole Agents in Phosnix for the Curlew .Creamery Co.,
and will handle no other brick Butter beside? Cur e\v this season.
-. In order to get the Butter in perfect condition during the hot
weather the Creamery people are now arranging for an Ice Chest
on the Express into Fhoenix, and on arrival here we immediately
put it ih our Refrigerator, so that it reaches your table in perfect
condition—in fact there is hone of it over forty-eight hours old
when placed on sale.
Jay P. Graves, general manager of
the Granby Consolidated was in town
from Spokane this week, accompanied
by A. B. W. Hodges, local manager,
of Grand Forks. They arrived at
noon on Wednesday, having made
part of the trip in a motor car, and
were met at the hills by a local conveyance.
It   is  some time   since Mr. Graves-
last  visit ,'to   Phoenix,  during  which
a   number   of changes .and  improvements have been made at the Granby
mines.    With Mr. Hodges and Superintendent O?' B. Smith  he spent Wednesday  afternoon   in a   trip over   the
company's  extensive properties, here,
viewing the self-dumping  pre cars  in
operation on the 400-foot level, the re:
cently installed aerial tram line for conveying powder, the  new trackage and
improved  facilities   for shipping  purposes  at  the  Curlew,   etc.    At   the
Granby smelter Mr. Graves was shown
many improvements since his last visit,
and where  the company has  inaugurated  a series  of improvements and
enlargements   to both  buildings  and
capacity of furnaces, which  in a  few
months  will   be able to treat  4,000
tons of ore daily. '*'.'   -
Mr. Graves - expressed himself as
well pleased with the progress" and
general advancement made at both
mines . and smelter ■ during '■ the past
year in economic 7 mining and.' treating
of ore, about a third more ore being
handled this year than during the
same months last year,, The largest
monthly tonnage during the first six
months of 1907 was 72,820 tons (in
June):-while   in   March   of   this'year
■XIp,2a'3 tone w«re. chippod.      Ho con
considered the outlook of the company and continued mining activity
geneiatly as very bright.
; Mr. Graves and Mr. Hodges rer
turned to Grand Forks on Thursday
pver the Great Northern."; '.£','>£' ']■■
35
c. per poun
d
If you have not yet tried this Butter, we ask you to get one
pound: of, it,;for we (eel sure you will become a steady butter
customer in consequence.
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easQn s
The follow-
We have made arrangements with the   owners  of Cliff Farm,
near Marcus, Wash., for handling their entire crop, and they advise
us that prospects were never brighter for a big output,
ing is an extract from their last letter to us :
"We will have, as near as we can figure, 150 boxes of
Cherries, assorted varieties, 100 boxes Plums, 100 boxes
Italian Prunes, 100 boxes Hungarian Prunes, 100 gallons
Currants, 100 gallons Gooseberries, 50 crates Strawberries,
50 crates Raspberries, 150 boxes Peaches, and 6co boxes
Fancy Summer and Fall Apples. We will ship you nothing but first grade and quality, nicely packed, and
pick, pack and ship to you within 24 hours, so
able fruit will reach you nice and fresh."
In addition to the above, Mr. Morrin will be sending us from time
to time Fruits and Vegetables from our Branch at Peaciiiaiid, B.C.,
so that we consider we are in position to look dfter your fruit business this summer. Better drop in some time soon, and get one of
our blank order forms, and fill it in with what you think you w.ll
require, and you will have no more trouble about your supply of
Fruit.
will
all perish-
Qcoeral Manager Serenaded.
Learning of the presence in town of
the general manager of the big industry
of Phoenix, the city band availed themselves of the opportunity of serenading
him, rendering several selections Wednesday evening at the company's cottage, Old Ironside's avenue, where he
was a guest with Mr. Hodges and Mr.
Smith. Mr. Graves received the compliments of the band very cordially,
and made the generous donation-: of
$20 for the furtherance of the organization. .■' .'*■   y \"
The band which'has just lately been
organized has also been most liberally
treated by Superintendent Smith, „who
has granted concessions to the" leader
and other members of the band in the
company's employ, and encourages the
organization generally. This has been
much appreciated by the band, and on
their first appearance in public (Wed
nesday evening) they created a favorable impression generally. It is the
intention to give frequent open air concerts in the near future.
P. Burns, & Co. are, enlarging and
improving their store at Grand Forks.
The famous Kilties band will appear
in Grand Forks on Saturday, July 4th.
Greenwood and Midway ' cricket
teams had a one-inning game last Sunday.
Martin Burrell, of Grand Forks, is
in the Okanagan this week lecturing
on fruitgrowing.
Young Bradley, of Danville, had his
leg broken recently by ;the speeder he
was riding jumping the track.
Grand Forks volunteer tire department will send a hose team to Nelson
to compete in the races July 1st.
Greenwood Board of Trade has
guaranteed the Kilties band $400 for
their appearance there on July 6th.
H. I. Andrews, of Grand Forks, met
with an accident at the smelter recently,
as a result of which he had to have
three fingers amputated.
Greenwood's  rate  of taxation   for
1908 has been  fixed at 10 mills,   with
■a special rate for interest,' sinking fund
and hospital of 14 mills.
j Miss Hart, who has been a leading
musician in Greenwood for some
months, has gone to Cran brook to accept a position with a large music firm.
Grand Forks now boasts of six auto-,
mobiles. The latest; addition is one
recently purchased by, E. Lane, a 22-
horse power machine with accommodation for five passengers.
At a recent meeting of the license
commissioners all the existing licenses
in Greenwood were renewed and the
license of the "Victoria hotel transferred
to the name of James Cameron.
Inspector J. D. Gillis held entrance
examinations at Greenwood this week.
Seventeen candidates wrote—6 from
Greenwood, 5 from Midway, 2 from
Phoenix, 2 from Deadwood, and 2
from Boundary Falls!
A special topographical map of Rossland, ■:• by W. H. Boyd, has just been
issued by the, Department of Mines,
Ottawa, of which R.'.AVV.-Brock is the
acting   director. .' The map „gjyes   de-
.tttIl<>4^p**fc»*^X^rw"^«-i^C^^'*V»w--.'^*L.''c.l^p;lt.cil-
formation, •development, altitudes, and
an accurate description of the contour
Of the hill; ..■„-, ;,";.■ v.-       i
QREENWOOD'WILL CELEBRATE.
CRUSHERMAN LOSES
HIS RIGHT ARM
Frank Taylor Caught in Flywheel at Mother Lode.
' A'sorious accident occured at Mother Lode mine on Tuesday morning,
whereby Frank Taylor, a crusherman,
had his right.arm torn from his- body
by being drawn into a flywheel.
The unfortunate man was dabbing
tar on a belt conveyor to keep it 'from
slipping when the brush stuck, and
in attempting to save the brush he
was caught. Displaying wonderful
nerve he talked freely to the men who
were attempting to relieve his pain and
retained consciousness until taken to
the hospital. He has now about recovered from the shock and is progressing satisfactorily. "\
Taylor was an old employee at the
mine, being occupied in his present
position for nearly two years. He
had done hundreds of times the work
he was doing when the accident occured and was a careful and good
workman.
COMING AND GOING
Boundary Mining Notes
Morrin, Thompson &
Grocers and  Hardware  Merchants
A telephone was installed at the
Rawhide mine on Wednesday.
Oro Denoro shipments continue to
increase—3,636 tons being shipped
to the smeltei this week.
Thos. Roderick left this week for
Olalla, in the Similkameen, to do assessment work on   his   claims   there.
The new compressor being installed
at the Mother Lode is expected to be
operating next week, after which the
tonnages will greatly increase.
Gerald Gault of Winnipeg, a student
in mining engineering, has arrived at
Mother Lode to spend his vacation in
gaining practical knowledge in mining.
Capt. Bentley has been reconstructing   his camp at   Volcanic mountain
where he owns a group of five  claims. ]
Captain and Mrs.   Bentley are making
lheir permanent residence there.
T. R. Drummond, formerly manager of the Dominion Copper company
in the Boundary, has been appointed
manager of the Cactus mine at New-
house, Utah. Mr. Drummond left
herein April, 1907, for Cobalt, Ont.,
where he had charge of the Nippissing
mine up till last month.
No ore has yet been received at the
)i. C. Copper smelter from the Washington, the high-grade mine near Danville, Wash., acquired by the company
last year. Considerable diamond drill-
ng has been going on at the Washing-
Blg Program of Sports Arranged for Dominion Day,
Greenwood is preparing for a big
demonstration.in that city on Dominion Day with a two days' program of
sports, opening with a grand calithum-
pian parade on the morning of. July
1st. The sports will include horse
racing, baseball, football, Caledonian
sports, etc. On: the evening of July
1 a grand ball will be given and music
furnished by the Greenwood concert
orchestra. Throughout the celebration two brass bands will be in attendance and the amount to be given iri
prizes is placed at $2,500, a large proportion of* which has already been subscribed. Everything possible is being
done to make this a bumper celebration and the enthusiasm bespeaks a
most successful celebration. At the
public meeting called to make arrangements,. Mayor, Bunting was elected
chairman and R J. Sanders secretary
of the general committee.
Greco-Miles.
The Methodist parsonage at Franklin,
N.Y.,was the scene of a pretty home
wedding Wednesday, June 3rd, when
Grace Elpise,'daughter of the Rev. E.S.
Miles, was united in marriage to Rev.
Thomas Green, M.A., B. D., of Toronto, Canada, the bride's father officiating. 'I he groom is a member of the
British Columbia Methodist Conference and has been appoined to the
Robson Memorial church of Vancouver,
B.C. Rev. Mr. Green was formerly
pastor of the Methodist church in
Phoenix.
Rev. J. Welleiley Wklllakcr Weds.
An interesting event took place in
New Westminster on Wednesday of
this week when Rev. J. Wellesley
Whittaker, formerly pastor of the Methodist church, Phoenix, now of Mount
Pleasant church, Vancouver, was united in marriage to Miss Edith Lucy
Shearer, of New Westminster.
■ Phoenix Defeats Greenwood.
The Phoenix football team journeyed
to Greenwood and defeated the team
of that city in a fast game there Sunday evening Greenwood scored the
first goal, but the Phoenix eleven won
out ..with a score of 2-t. The iocal
team are practising up and intend going after the purse hung up for a tournament in Greenwood on July 1st.   ,
Brljhl Student Saccamba to Fever.
A sad death occurred in the Sisters'
hospital at Greenwood on Tuesday
morning when Nicholas Munro, of
Midway, aged 20, succumbed to typhoid fever. Deceased was just completing a creditable second year's work
in science and had   written on the rer
cent McGili; university examinations.
-i»-i.:»-gk.i year-ncip»on~tne "lieutenant
governor's medal forgeneral proficiency.
He took ill on Friday and was taken
to the hospital on Monday. The funeral took place at Midway on Thursday. •
Masonic' Services  at Greenwood   Tomorrow.
Tomorrow (Sunday) morning Phoenix and Greenwood lodges, A.F. and
A.M. will attend services in St. Jude's
Anglican church, Greenwood: Rev.
F. V. Venables, the vicar, will preach
a special sermon suitable to the occasion. All visiting brethren are invited to attend the services with the
lodges, meeting at the Greenwood hall
at 10.15 a-m- A conveyance will
leave the Brooklyn hotel for Greenwood at 9 a.m.
A. Schulli, of the Maple Leaf hotel,
;rct urned from Nelson yesterday.
Noble Binns, of Trail, Supreme M.
at A , visited Phoenix Lodge, No 28, K
of P., on Tuesday and gave an inter-
is. in0' address.
O. N. Galer left on Monday for
Victoria to attend the Masonic grand
lodge, as representative from King
Edward Lodge, No. 36.
Frederick Shipman, manager of the
Kilties, was in town on Saturday endeavoring to arrange for the appearance
of the band in Phoenix.
Max Berger returned on Monday
from a trip to the coast. Max will
probably be connected with Greenwood
steam Iaundiy which opens on Monday. >
Ernest Gammon, who has been in
camp for the past four years, left on
Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Gammon and family, for New Westminster,
where they will reside in future.
J. F. McDougall return 2d  Monday
from attending I.O.OF. grand lodge at
New .Westminster.    Mr.   McDougall,.|
says it was one of the  most successful
sessions ever held in the province.
R. R. Rix, representing the Colum
bia Fire   Insurance  company,   a  new
company being formed with headquarters  at   Vancouver, was  in town   this
week looking for purchasers for stock.'
Duncan McDougall returned to
camp this week after a three months'
trip to Goldfields and Other Nevada
mines.; He contemplates , making a
trip to Prince Rupert in the near furture.
George W. Rumberger lefton Satur-
nay for Regina, Sask., where he will
meet W. J. Porter of North Vancouver,
and expects to put through a big mining
deal of interests they own in Cobalt,
Ont., '.;■
OFFICIALS WILL
INSPECT MINES
Of the Dominion Cop-
•   per Company
M. M. Johnston and Others to
Arrive To-day,
John Mclnnis, MiP.P. for Phoenix,
returned on Saturday from, a two
month's trip to Laombe and Stettler,
Alberta. Mr. Mclnnis says the .farmers of Alberta are looking forward to
a record crop this year."•-"'■
 XX_„ J.   -TjUv i«JlUrnca-rio^i.-': Vd™-:
couver on Monday, where she attended
the annual assembly of the Daughters of Rebekah as representative
of Phoenix lodge. Mrs. Tait was
elected _ inside guard of the grand
lodge.
Colin Ross, formerly of Phoenix,
who has spent the past three years in
Edmonton and eastern Canada, returned to camp this week. It is understood Mr. Ross will shortly take
over the the business of a local contractor.
Manager W. C. Thomas, of the
Dominion Copper company, who has
been in Salt Lake coiferring with the
New York officials of the company is
expected to return to the Boundary
today, and, will, be accompanied by
Consulting Ehgiheei Johnston "-iand
other officials .of the company, who will
make an inspection of the smelter and
properties in the B6hhdary'( Superintendent Rundberg , has everything in
readiness at the Brooklyn and Rawhide mines to receive the officials.
Just before going to press the Pioneer has received .information from the
office of the -Dominion. Copper com
pany at Boundary Falls that the company will resume operations next week
Although ' riot given ' out as such this
information is thought to be the result
of the conference, in Salt Lake. \
Phoenix Railway Timetable.
.C.   P.. R.
Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.10 p.m.
Arrives     .. .. ..    6.00 p.m.
•    GREAT NORTHERN.
Leaves for Grand Forks and
Spokane  S.50 a.m.
Arrives     .. .. 6.35 p.m.
SHAREHOLDERS ELECT OFFICERS.
Phoenix  Mining,  Smelting an* Development
to. Shareholders Hold Flrit Meeting.
The first meeting of the shareholders
of the Phoenix Mining, Smelting and
Development Company, Limited, recently incorporated, was held, on Mon-
day^yenmK,of -Jhis .'.week. .The fol-.
lowing were elected directors of the
company: Julius Carson, N. J. Carson, A. F. Geddes; W. S. Longhurst
and William Delahay.
At a meeting of the directors of the
company, held- later, the following
officers were elected: President, Juluis
Carson; Vice-President, A. F. Geddes;
Secretary, W. S. Longhurst; Treasurer,
William   Delahay. -
OPENING OF THE
NEW FINNISH HALL
Scandinavian Society Flourishing.
Charles Erickson, western on;an'zer
for the Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society, was in town last week in
the interests of the society, having
come from Greenwood, where he organized a new lodge on Saturday evening, June 6th. Twenty three candidates were admitted and the following officers were elected: President,
Pete Bensen; Vice-Prcs., Oscar Johnson; Fin. Sec, Lars Danielson; Treas.,
W. Nelson; Rec. Sec , Anton Pearson;
Marshall, Arthur Johnson; Chaplain,
George Swanson; I.G., Peter Sten; O.
G., Nelson Haug; Trustees; Messrs.
Amerstedt, Karl Johnson, Sjalund, and
P. Nelson. Meetings will be held
twice a month.
. There are now some 54 lodges of
the order in America. Phoenix and
Rossland are the premier lodges in
British Columbia, having been organized some three years ago. At the
last meeting of Phoenix lodge some
25 candidates were initiated, and this
order is now one of the largest and
most flourishing organizations in town.
Among the recently organized lodges
in British Columbia are Nelson,
Big Two Days' Excursion.
The excursion to Rossland on June
24th promises to be the most popular
trip of its kind ever held from Phoenix. Phoenix Lodge No. 47, S. H. &
E. F. have chartered a special train
which will leave Phoenix at 5 a.m. on
June 24, and returning will leave Ross-
lank at 4 p.m. on June 25. This will
allow a full day's visit at Rossland,
where elaborate preparations have been
made for a picnic and big day of
sports. There will also be an excur
sion from Nelson to Rossland the
same day.
B. C. SMELTER SHIPS
BLISTER COPPER
Moy
ton, however/and"it will no doubt soon I ie, Wardner, Jaffray, Grand Forks and
be added to tne shipping list.' ' !    '      I Greenwood.
Ore from Washington   Mines
Being Treated.
The first car of blister copper was
shipped from the B. C. copper smelter
on June 8th, and since then the converters have been turning out nearly a
car a day. This will be increased when
the big tonnages start from Mother
Lode with the inauguration of the new
compressor next week.
Shipments of ore are being received
regularly from the company's Napoleon
and Lone Star mines, neai Marcus
Wash. I^ast week 145 tons of Napoleon and 21 tons of Lone Star ore
were treated. This week the treatment
at the smelter was ii,452 tons- as
follows: Mother Lode, 8,800 tons; Oro
Denoro, 2,196: Napoleon,   398:  Lone
Star, 58.
Details For  1907.
Details of operations at the B. C.
Copper company's smelter during its
last fiscal year ended Nov. 30, 1907,
not contained in the annual report for
that period, which are now available,
show as follows:
Refined copper        Pro.    Amt.    real'd
(lbs.)    8,643,133 $1,579-907
Silver(oz)...        ior,H4 67,274
Gold(oz)        24.967        5'2.233
GREENWOOD'S   NEW   CHIEF   OF   POLICE.
J. A. Dinsmore, of Grand Forks,
for the last 14 years a resident ot the
Boundary, and who for 13 years has
been in the service of the government
as provincial ronstable, has accepted
the position of chief of police at Greenwood. He was one of the board of
school trustees continuously since his
election to that office in 1897. He has
also been prominent in lodge circles,
being a member of the I.O.F., K. of P.
and I.O.O.F. societies. When the
Kettle River Rifle association was organized last year he was made
captain, and is also captain of No. 3
fire department. Mr. Dunsmore's
duties at Greenwood commenced on
June 15th.
Will
Take Place on June
and 29.
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Elaborate preparations are being
made for the opening of the ' hew
$t0,000 Finnish hall, Phoenix, Sunday*
and Monday, June 28th and 29th.
There will be a full program of entertainment. Dr. Titus, 'a: prominent
speaker, of Seattle, will deliver ah address, and James' orchestra will render
music Ooth days. See posters for particulars.
Latest Prices in^Meials
Nkw Vouk—Copoer. electrolytic; *12.
$2)4(J>. $12.87%\   lake. * 12 87^(3 nS.OO.
Bar Silver, 53%
Lead, $4 47>£ @ H.*>2}i.
Salter. 14.55 « $4.60.
June 2o,   'OS     A
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The foliowiuk  table gives the ore shipments  of Boundary miutrs (or :ocr, (or iqoi. lor A
iijoa, for 1903, for 1004, for 1905. for 1906, and 1907. as reported to thr i'hoenix I'l^nfer- >
BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.
S-340
55°
Total	
The company
2,i59.4'4
an  average
received
price of 17.5= cents a pounds for its
popper, which under a three-year contract, is sold through the L. Vogelstein
agency.
MlNB.
Orauby Miuetf....
Snowshoe	
B. C. Copper Co.
Mother Lode™.
B C. Mine	
Knima	
Oro Denoro	
Bonnie Belle	
Dorn. Cop. Co....
Br'klyti-Stem.. .......
Idaho.. ~	
Rawhide	
SuuHet.  u	
Mountn Koae	
Athelstan     1,>oo
Morrison - 	
K. Bell	
A deuator	
ir Brey Fogle	
4 No- 37	
T Reliance	
f) Sulphur King.- —
A Winnipeg-    ii°7&
Y Cotdeu Crown...     2,250
9 King Solomon	
A  3iK Copper	
I No. 7 Mine	
T City of Paris       2.000
9 Jewel         160 350
A Riverside	
Y Carmi	
9 Sally	
A Rambler	
Y Butcher Boy —.
9 Duuean	
A Providence ~
% Klthorn	
** Strathmoie	
£ Ooldeu ISagle	
Preston....	
Prince Henry	
Skylark	
Last Chance	
H. P. O. Mine	
Bay	
Mavis	
Don Pexlro	
Crescent	
a   Helen	
V Kuby  So
Republic	
.vCjcetlaneoua...   j.ijo      3.45°
looo     1901       1932       [903       1004       1905
«4.5« '31.761 309.S5S 393.7>»  S49.703   «53.**9
»97      1.731    lO.Soo   71,212     	
99.034  14>,326 138,079
47.40S    M.Jill    19.303
650     8,530   22,937
 —    '5.537
174,198    I47.S70
37,9*o
16,400
9,»--*3
3.0O7
1900
Sot, 4 04
8,426
105,900
1 4*<
II *M
3.W7
1907
613.537
135.001
203,321
1,712
IS.274
14,481
I-.-- **
.'.00,811'
S*7
lo,4u6
SA3SO      55.731
802     7,455    15.731
1,040
""875
665
150
560
785
625
482
890
219
5,646
3.339
'""363
3.070
3.250
1..S9
4.5S6
15,10s
3.05°
4,747
140,685
2.960
26.032
4S.390
3,555
3.450
222
3°4
33
«,833
13
•SO
79
 30
145
993
400
167
726
325
51
SO
300
77o
150
Vi>
500
S35
689
255
73
20
40
90
586
...3"
136
76
9
18
.140
4'J
140
'5
5S5
43.295
U.J5J
64.17J
3'.->7o
312S8
649
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3,630 f.
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60
750
500
Total, tons 96.600  390,800 508.876 690,419 829,806
Smelter treatment —
Granby Co 01.387   130,818 .u J4° 401,921 596,252
B.C.CopperCo  117.611 148,600162,913110.484
Dorn. Cop. Co„ -..     I31.570 jo.930      	
Total reduced- 63,380 348,439 460,940 697,404 837.6C6 982 S77 1.171430 1,133.017    oUi.o'.o    Jl 74^
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ii lam'  A  >  si ii JH  4 4 4?  li If  ill'SI  i  TRTU PHOENIX PIONEER.  IN THE TRAIL OF  A TRAVELLER.  . CBelngthe second installment of some oWrvu.  lions made by the former rditorof the Ptot?��?  white enjoying a vacation ) ,      ���r'  the  GRANBY COMPANY  BY COPPER CRITIC  One   of   Most   Magnificently  Managed Enterprises in  .I-,.-..' ' ,    The World.  Among the   places in the state   of      <-,,���,.  Washington, which  we visited,  one of D >Va��"er, in his copper letter in  the most interesting  was North   Yaki. j Boston ^""erclal, has the followmg  ma; onirhe'Northern   Pac.fic railway, j"* *** ��f lhe GnU,by Coosolidated:  and in the heart t>f the irrigated  fruit)     Gra"hy Consolidated directors have  growing district.    Yakima fruit   is ]jt_jdec,ared a  dividend   of $2 per  share.  eral v famed  ail over  the  world    not Ilh's 's   lne  first dividend  since  Sep-  onlyinNew   York,   Boston,   etc!, but Itember of lai�� year, when  $3   a  share  in England, France and Australia. I Was ^^'    ^he company is now prod-  ���" I "cing more copper than at any previ-  It was   13   years  ago that we  first'ous t,n,e Ul lts career, its output Deing  John  rUyci  Hammond.  John Hayes Hammond, the mining  engineer of New York, receives a salary  aggregating $800,000 a year, which is  more money than any other man ever  received   for   his   personal    services.  Men make millions on  investments,  Making Good.  There Is do way of making Icurrtrtg  friends like "Making Good;" and Doctor  Pierce's medicines well exemplify this,  and their friends, after more tban two  decades of popularity, aro numbered by  the hundreds of thousands     t*���- i......  they       They have  have not made  1 "made good" and  I drunkards.  I     A good, honest, square-deal medicine of  known composition Is Dr. Pierce'* Qolden  or by manipulations, or speculation, Medical Discovery. It still en joys an immense' sale, wbifo most of tbe preparations that have come into prominence In  at the rate of 30,000,000 pounds annually. As its copper now costs about  8 cents, the company  must be earning  for; sale BY HUNTBR-KBNDRIOK CO  The Phoenix Pioneer  And BomuUry Mining Toornal,  ture in journalism, designed for overseas readers, and will contain comprehensive and reliable information* of the  British dominions. Imperial in scope,  with a large circulation in all the colonies, the Standard of Empire will  cover a field upon   which  it will   have  pioneer FvsLmmN&m.\z^tl^:;ii:er:''t  British Columbia are considering the  using of space in the new weekly to  advertise the advantages of their respective districts.  iMtrcD wuTtntoiti b* t����  ax raonrur, ���. c.  T. ALFRCO LOVE. Manaocn.  Telepkou* i *���''"������ offlce Ho. i*.  ����j��o����. j ^U^mt^t^msUmtmino. 15.  stopped in North Yakima, and   in that  time the place has indeed  made most  emarkab!e>tridr,   in   every   Way.     jt , , ,     &  enjoys   the  distinction   of   being   thejat lhe rate of- $1,400,000   annually,  only city of us size  in the state where |or i>etttr than   $ro per share for  its  the banks did not issue clearing house jstock-    It is quite probable, therefore,  certificates  at the time of the country- jthat l,,e  company  will   contiuue  the  wide   financial    stringency,    last   fall. | quartly payments of $3 a share uninter-  With over $3,000,000   in   deposiis   in : tcruPt��i!y in the future.  us   five   banks   and everyone doing,'     IinpK>veinents 'which are now under  "ell,   ii   had  no  need   to   report   to j wa>' ��-n tne  Granby  smelter   will   be  "wojden" money. ! completed in September, aud will en-  ���-"' - ���aulc tllti company to produce 36,000,-  With   three,   four and   five ..storey   ������ pounds of copper annually there-  I.'ockc, a��d electric street railway sys.  after at a cost of 8 cents per pound.  This will j.ive it earnings of fir.620,.  000, or $r2 per share with copper selling at 13 cents. At present the company is running 7 of its 8 furnaces, and  treating about 100,000 tons of copper   ery.     ���   mense sale, wbifo most of the preparations that have come into prominence In  the earlier period of its popularity have  "gone by the board " and are never more  heard of. There must be some rcuaon for  1 this Ions-time popularity and that Is to  be found in its superior merits. When  once given a fair trial for weak stomach,  but Hammond is the only man in the  world who is paid so nearly a millon a  year for his professional advice.  Hammond is the greatest soldier of! beltound YrTTtTsuperior merits!   When  fortune of modern  times-perhaps of j SX^^bl^i'SOT^l?^  ������   ' " ...  1 rior curative qualities are soon manifest;  hence it has survived and grown in popular favor, while scores of less meritorious  articles have suddenly Hashed into favor  for a brief period and-then been as soon  forgotten.  ���For a torpid liver with its attendant  Indigestion, dyspepsia, headache, perhaps dizziness, four breath, nasty coated  tongue, with bitter taste, loss of appetite,  with distress' after, eating, nervousness  end debiljty. nothing is so good as Dr.  Ht^tmii..  ���� AOTAacB.  UxMoaOu.,  T.Uta OtauAJstslssvafk.jtsr-  ��� *.��5  a.50  *s0m*m*'*mswmas��**^S9^susj0 ^f  ��� If yoaJ��*not aMbacr ber to thU paper, thla  If ����� i^ajUatloa to you to become out.  AdTerttrUrk r��te�� taniicbca on appUaitlbfi.  Cecal aoHeea ia and 5 ceaU per line,  four waeklfiaaarUonaconetliate one month'.  ��� The Provincial government has complied with Lord Grey's request for a  donation towards the nationalization of  the Quebec" battlefields, setting' aside  $10,000 as a subscription for that purpose.  There are to be no more arrivals of  Japanese in Canada this year. The  Dominion government has intimated  to th* Tokio- authorities that the ar-  ri.?*fe>.EJ*?ant|se since the beginning  of the year have, already reached the  num^bej^greed^upori by Hon.^Rod-  oiprterT!��mleux��� ancT"_the "^apaTtSesF  cabinet, as the maximum number of  passports be granted in any single  season.  tern, two daily and several weekly  -papers (all creditable sheets, too),' with  crops of fruits that practically never  fail, the 17.000 people in the community seem to be unusually forward.  In 1895 North Yakima bad per-  naPs 5,000 people, and its present condition is in, great and favorable contrast. And it wasi all built from profits , from the big red apple, pears,  peaches and other fruits���and built in  a solid and lasting foundation.  monthly.  all times���and was model from which | ��,i>r.,taf?yrelI?*,.ll*!S ?���Js??nJ5a.,?,(est5  Richard Hardins Davis drew his hero  in "Soldiers of Fortune." He was  born in San Franciso fifty-two years  ago, and graduated from the Sheffield  Scientific School at Yale.    During his  boyhood in/ California   he   heard and , ena aeouitv. notuing is so good as Dr.  dreamed of nothing but gold,  for the1 Pie���-"s Golden Medical Discovery.   It's  5     u   Buiu,   "-"   l,,c ; an honest, square-deal medicine with all  western coast was   gold   made   during    "" "'        "~"      "'"' J "*" """  this period.    Hainmond  has travelled  all over^the  world,   from  Siberia   to  South Africa.    He followed the course  of prospecting in  Australia during the  boom days, and   he was in  the Transvaal at the time of the  Jameson   raid.  With Phillips,   Frank   Rhodes  and  George Farrar he was captured by the  Boers and sentenced to death, to the  great excitement of the whole civilized  world. Oom PaulKruger, under threats  from Joseph Chamberlain, released the  foui ,upon payment of an enormous'.fine  and sentence of punishment, says the  Chicago Tribune.  Hammond came to New York  and  PRAYING  Of   all   kiudr*   Droinnil.      .  ���to.    R.pW Ex5��HnHPaSi,Vjle'"J'*l  Transfer.   Careful atte   : ,?**&  JAMES Q. flcKEOWN  TUCK .COLLlK��s  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. Plrat & Knob Hill Ave.   PHOENIX, B. 0  the dealer may possibly make a little bigger profit. Insist on your right to have  what you call for.  Don't buy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preacrip-  tlon expecting it to prove a "cure-all." It  is only advised for woman's vpecUil ailments. It makes weak women strong and  sick women well. Less advertised than  some preparations sold for like purposes,  its sterling curative virtues still maintain  its position in the front ranks, where it  stood over two decades ago.   As an in  that  ext  Recent diamond drilling has proved   opened an office as a consulting engi   ~....���.6 .,��� F1U,CU - openeo an omce as a consulting "engirt the great ore body of the Granby neer. He may be found now in a lit-  ends  entirely through  the   ^-mile  tie room in the Empire building, and  thos*  of alcohol lnTt."' " "" ��������"**��>��'  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, theortol.  nal Little Uyer Pills, although the flret  pill of their kind in the market, still lead,  and when once tried are ever afterwards  in favor. Easy to take as candy���one to  three a dose.. iluch imitated, but never  ��OualetL  PHOENIX NEST   ^e   QgPER 0F mR  Mteta every Thursday Kvj��  iNO.at.Minera' Union l|��n,  DANNY DEANE. p,ttlin  CHAS. E.   KING. S.cru,,'  KingEdward Lodge, No.3o  A.'F.and A. M.  KeKUlar communication S p. m,    k,  ond Thuraday of each mouth.  Krorrgent meellnaa aacallcd;M>uni.  Hall, McHale Block. nk  T. RODHRICK,  W.M.  V. M. HHHRIIINO,  Secretary.  Some of the stories of profit in fruit  raising told in North Yakima are difficult to believe,but when $1,000, $1,500  and $2,000 per acre .is refused for a  bearing orchard, there must be something to it, after all. And there certainly is, for one can drive for mil^s  through the orchards and note comfortable, almost palatial, residences,  costing $5,000, $8,000, $10,000, and  even $12,000 each���and each surrounded by one of those gold mines,  here called fruit orchards.  . We were told of a man from the  coast who" had got tired of his old business life and would try fruit culture.  He  paid  $18,000 cash for a  bearing  .S^-^oLi? icres or thereabouts, and  found Hater he-wasrthbugnrro~i,ave-  been badly stung by his new neighbors  at  the  price  paid.f -Indeed,   '  of intervening space between the Old  Ironsides and Knob Hill mines on one  side to the Gold Drop on the other.  This ore body is from 100 to 400 feet  thick, and in the'area mentioned contains tens of millions of tons  of ore.  The statement publihed recently that  the Nichols Copper company and American Metal company are making profits' out of the handling of the Granby  product, while true   literally,   was  evidently intended to convey an entirely  erroneous  impression.    These   companies aim to make a fair business profit  out of all the bullion they   refine and  all the copper they sell, but there is ab  solutely no basis for  the assertion or  suggestion  that any   more  money  is  made out of the Granby or higher rate  charged it than is charged any and all  other companies served.    '  The management of the  Granby  is  above reproach. t^Indeedf il is one  of  so great his knowledge of gold-bearing  ore from all the great gold fields of the  world that he is able to pass unerring  judgment upon mines without yisiung  them.  His   work is    law to investors.    If  Hammond says   "Yes"   the   financial  kings will spends.millions for purchase  or development   of   gold   mines  Hammond says  "No"  investors   will  not spend a cent, no matter how tempt  ing the offer may be.    He has a corps  of assistants who visit mines under ques  tion.and,make their reports to him.  MINERAL ACT.  ���'.   (Fou F.)  Certificate of Improvement*.  NOTICK  I. O. O. F.  BNOWBHOK I.OOGK No.,e  Meeu every Mouday Evening al Mintri' Hi!  Plaiting,brethren cordially inrited.  Carlton h. Cook, N. U.  W. 8. Cook. Kec. Sec'y.  C W. WHITTAKKB.Per. HId. (J��CJ.  "Columbus Fractional" Mineral Claim, altuale  in the Greenwood Mining Divis'nn of Yale District.    Where located���In Summit Camp.  TAKB NOTiCK that I, isaac H. Hallett. aa  Agent for Thomas Roderick, Free Miuer'i Certificate No. B 14053, George w. Kumberger.Fiee  Miner's Certificate No. B 14/56. and. Ougal Mc-  Innis, Free Miners Certificate: No .B joS59, Intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to Lhe  iliniug Recorder (or Certificates of Improre-  If meats, for the purpose ol obtaining a Crows  Grant of the above Claims.  Aud further Take Notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificates ol Improvement*.  Sated this 3rd day of June, A.D., 191S.  I. H. HAI.T.HTT  MeeU In Uiiionllali  Tuendsy evening-.  Visiting    brothcip  alwiyn wel-ome  1    WkJR,  w. f.  MarkyJamkk,  W. 8er  1 - ' ��� 1 * < - a  3  '  4  5  6  j   7.    ? . 9;  10  II  ,12  13  I 14 15 16  17  18 , 19  20 .  j ax    aa    33  | ��8 a9"��'30'  (1 *",-. f i j - ��� -  *4  a5 " *6  '7  w&&fs&:~  The reference^ of, .fpostage stamp  province" to Manitoba will shortly pass  qut of existence, and even ,tne"?prairie  province-lwill be a,, questional appell-  &t,on- - '. ,'M ���-- t'   ���    "  /.--The boundaries 'of-Manitoba are to  be extended, and it is understood the  Dominion government js considering'  the advisability of giving a larger ad^'  dition to its area than was originally  intended.,. Manitoba��� Liberals' in the  Commons have been urging for a large  ?^'*i����*,ofet*>e'^����'��trict of Keewatin, and  the government is now rather disposed  to accede to the lequest and give  M?njtoJ>a a greater   portion   of  the  Hudson Bay coast line.   The proposal now under consideration is to extend the eastern boundary ���~uu up . Jue cxcepc.on noted, a  northward to the Nelson river and careworn, hungery 1- okmg individuaJ,  thence along the river northeasterly to J clothed in his last summer's suit, slow-  Fort Nelson, gtvmg the province the ly assumed a perpendicular position  additional d.strict from Fort Churchill "How is this my Iriend ?" asked the  ��!!*!!. P��* ^e,S��n'    !'be northe��� j minister,'^that  you are the only  man  "I run  a newspaper," he meekly answered,  "and the brethren here who have stood  up are  my  subscribers,   and"   "Let us pray I" exclaimed preacher.���  Ex. i  The Dominion government has de-  ��lcided to,give the people-of .Canada  an opportunity of contributing-to a  fund-for the assistance' of the "consumptives of the Dominion in a most  original manner. " *  A special postage stamp will   be issued next Christmas and  will  have a  life-time, of  only   three  weeks'!    The  stamp  will be a   five  cent  stamp but  with the   powers  of the  regular, two  cent  stamp >" only.    Tbe extia   three  cents will be given to a fund to provide  sanitariums, for    consumptives.    This  idea will,no dqubt,meet. with; tbe'very  excellent response  which  it  deserves  at the  hands of-the  people  of the  Dominion-. ��� ��� ���** "   '   <<  Stranger Than Fiction. '���'*���*  A preacher at the conclusion of his  sermon said, "let all in the house who  are paying their debts stand up." In  stantly 'every man," woman and child;  with one.exception, arose to their feet.  The preacher seated them and said  "Now every man not paying his debt?  stand up ."    The exception noted,  the most  magnificently~managed~mih  ���    __   he  was ingenterPrisesin.'he world.    Thecom-  lafraid so himseVf,.after:heafing.its con! pa^isin sPlendid condition financially,   ..    .- _     . b: "   and its available ore deposits are,practically inexhaustible.  stant reiteration. But he applied business principles^to "apple raising and  ���flk M^e result.' 'His first crop netted  him $f 6,000; his second crop last year  brought in $30,000, and this year * he  expects to do as well���$76,000. in  three years on an $18,000 investment.  Netting $300, $500, $1,000 and up to  $1,500 per acre seems to be a common  thing here.  It is almost enough to make an ordinary newspaper man- mortgage his  pastepot and shears and tiy to break  into fruit raising.' For even' members  "of the fourth estate like to make more  than a living once in a while, though  mighty few of them make - more than  that in a lifetime.  No need to send out of town for  your printing. The Pioneer can do  anything done with type.ink and paper.  T. ry us with your next order.  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  CAPITAL S3.O00.00O      RESERVE FUND $1,860.000  HEAD OFFICE-SHERBROOKE, QUE.  WITH OVER SIXTY BRANCH OFFICES IN THE  PROVINCE OF QTTEBKC  ���*��� orrg-M rACtUTin pobb*ssbi> by  NO OTHER BANK IN CANADA  FOB  Ceikcileas and Banking Business Generally  IN  THAT  IMPOETANT TKBBITOHY  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life sat  Accident  Uiaraacc.  deaeral Attn.   Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Phoenix Shoe  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   AT ALL OFFICES  BRANCHKS   IN  Manitoba,  Alberta and  British Columbia,  all Over the World.  Correspondents  PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Props.  A. T. TUKANO,  Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to or  der, first-class  work guar.  anteed.      Miners'   Boots   a  ���  specialty, guaranteed  water  proof.':  Flrit Street- Opposite  Knob Hill Hotel  Ph.>kvjx-.  B.C.  , �����u   u.iuiiu.1,  ,iuai   jruu are  ine o  ooundary   of   the   province   will   be not to meet his obligations ?"  formed by an extension east of Hud  son's Bay to the present northern  boundary of Saskatchewan.  The first issue of the "Standard of  Empire," a  weekly published in con-J  junction with the London (Eng.) Standard, a daily with 200,000 readers, is  to hand.    The'new weekly is a depar-  A   SOUND V  STOMACH  IN  A  SOUND   BODY.  To have a sound, healthy  body you must first have a  sound,    healthy    stomach.  Indigestion   poisons   your  blood and ruinsyourhealth.  But Mother Seigel's Syrup  strengthens your stomach  and makes it work properly.  Health   then follows like  sunshine after rain.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAI 1908 ORB RECORD  Shipment* and Smelter Receipts For Year (0  Dale,  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last j  week and for 1908 to date are as  follows:  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As w.j ship direct in Carloads, we can   make  the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McCreath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B   C.  YEAR.  SHIPMENTS. WEEK  goun,da-7    *6.��85 504,347  Rossland      4,7/4 126,722  East Columbia River    1,070 45,287  INDIflCSTIOH AMD  ENSURES   BOTH  stocmUDttbottle. ScAdwcrywhctc  . ���attSta&Co.Xa*,,MoMreal.  Total   SMELTER    RECEIPTS-  Granl>y   B.C   Copper Co   . . .  Trail   JNorthport (LeRoi)..  JMarysville   Total   3-,869 676.356J  '7.339 479.860 j  8,746    23,942,  4.284 '22,572  ',748 38,4951  5.73��  &-   m  J   *H  MlfiDOCK MclNHBB, Prop.  35 Horses,   Full   Lively   Equipment,  Have taken   over  the Lumber Yard  and will carry  a  full  stock.  Amerchantwith a big-stog^a big stockjbf goods, clerks  fi^^bu^hopesjo get along whho^^TJZ^ZJ^  instances costly equipment will give poor results.     ~~  -The -cuticle-covering-the human anatomy is_entirelv  rc-  SEifV^ry^ y^a^^ the o]d gkin ^ ���  1^Ml~^^^*^^ or  ^^iLiSS^fdiug^oJhe^dj,^^  compared witb1Jts^a_Jew_nionths  ago."    "  ^P^i^JSp^p^c^lejveekly through the columns  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  frompt Attention to   order*  ��t��uy hour of day or nS^  32��'��7 67o��599  Knob mm*'       y2ZS&      Phoenix, a C  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (Mew Edlion Issued March, 1908.;  SIZE: Od .v.p.  1'AGES:   1228.  CHAPTERS:   25.  ' SCOPE: The  Copper   It.du^iiv ��>f  'the*'World.  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The   Copper   Handbook    eives  statistics and  general mfoimotion on  onemand, with thousands  of  detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering   the  copper   mines  of  the  entire  world, and the 40   pages of roi.drnsed  statistical tables alone are woith  more  I than the price of the hook to each nnd  [every owner of copper mining shares.  PRICE:   $5.00   in   buckram   with  8'lt    top,   or   $7.50   in    full    library  morocco.  TERMS:   The most liberal.    Send  no money, but order the book   sent  I you, all  carriage  charges   prepaid, on  1 one week's approval, to be returned il  I unsatisfactory, or paid   for  if it suits.  Can  you afford  not  to see the book  and judge for yourself of its value to  you?  WRITE  NOW   to the editor and  publisher..  Horace J. Stevens  Sheldkn Building, Houghton  Mich., U.S.A. Ui**^.^  ��� .11   .1.    ...I    I1 I. Mi'       I . '   "'    *t  Makes the Biscuit,  and Cake lighter.  finer  flavored, more  nutritious ui wholesome  THE PHOENIX PIcmEfcB.  wsmmmmm��mmm  Bailer's Philosophy.���XXIX.  Resolved,   that   I   suppose   babies  have  their uses  like everything else.  What would all the nurse maids do   if  there  were    no    babies.    Everything  has some  use   in the world except  a  vivisectionist; the quality of his cruelty  is one thing this   world can get  along  without.    We   need   gentle   kindness  more than anything  else..   One flower  can't   furnish all of the fragrnce in the  garden.    If you  will make  the  world  happy, just shed a   few smiles  around  your own neighborhood.  Subscribe for the  Pioneer  and get  the latest Boundary news.  No. 2,10*.  ���'COMPANIES ACT, J 897."  CERTIFICATE OP INCORPORATION.  I HERKBY CERTIFY that "The Phoenix Mining, Smelting and Development' Company,  Limited," baa this day been incorporated, under  the "Companies Act, 1897," bm a Limited Coin-  puny, with a capital o( one million dollars,  divided Into one million shares ot one dollar  each.  The Company in specially limited under section K of (he above Act.  (liven under my hand and eeal of office atVIc-  torla, Province of British Columbia, this ist  day of June, one thousand nine hundred and  elKht.  (I..8.J 8. V. WOOTTON,  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  I'he objects for which the Company lias been  inc irporatcd are restricted to the matters mentioned In section 60 of the "Companion Act,  18V7," and amandinents, and are:  (a.)   To obtain by purchase, leaso, hire, discovery, location or otherwise, and hold within  the Province of Hrltlsb Colombia, mine<i mineral claims, tutuoral leases, prospects, mining  lands and mining Hunts of every description,  and partlculnrly the mineral claims situate in  Wellington Came, In theClrand Forks Mining  Dlvinlon  of Yale District, British  Columbia,  and known as the Wondburn aud  Woodburn  Fractional Mineral Claims, aud to pay for same  sillier in cash or fully or partlv paid stock In  the "ompuny; and to work, develop, operate  and turn the same to account, and to sell or  otherwise dispose of the same or any of them,  orauy interest therein:  (b.) To dig for, raise, crush, wash, smelt,  assay, analyso, reduce, amalgamate and otherwise treat gold silver, enpiief, lead ores or deposits and other minerals an-' metallic substances and compounds of all kinds, whether  belonging to the Company or not, and to render  the same merchantable, and to buy, sell and  deal In the same or any of them:  (c.) To carrv on the business of a mining,  smelting, milling and rellntng company in all  or any of its branches:  (d.j To acquire by purchase, leaso, hire, exchange or otherwise, such timber lands or  leases, timber claims, licenses to cut timber,  surface rights and rights-of-way, water rlvhts  and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces for  smelting and treating ores and refining metals,  buildings, machinery, plant or other real or  personal property us may be necessary for or  conducive to the proper carrying out of any of  the objects of the Company:  (e.) To construct, maintain, alter, make,  work and operate on the property of the Company, or on property controlled by the Company, any canals, trails, roads, ways, tramways,  bridge* and reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and  other ways, water-courses and aqueducts, wells,  wharves, piers, furnaces, saw-mills, crushing  works, smelting works, concentrating works,  hydraulic works, electrical works and appliances, warehouses, buildings, machinery,  plant, stores and other works and conveniences which may seem conducive to any of the  objects of Hie Company, aud, with the consent  of the shareholders In general meeting, to contribute to, subsidise or otherwise aid or take  part in any such operations, though constructed and maintained by any other company, or  persons outside of the property of the compauy,  audio buy, sell, manufacture and deal in all  kinds of goods, stores, Implements, provisions,  chattels and effects required by the Company,  or Its workmen or servants:  (f.) To build, acquire, own, charter, navigate,  and use steam and other vessels for tbe pur.  poses of tne Company:  (��.) To take, acquire, aud hold as the consideration for ores, metals, or minerals sold, or  otherwise disposed of, or for goods supplied or  for work done by vontracl or otherwise, shares,  debentures, bonds, or other securities of, or In  any other company, tlie objects of which are  restricted as herein aforosald, aud to sell or  otherwise dispose of tho same:  (h.) To enter into any arrangement for sharing prollts, union or interests, or co-operation  with any other personorcompauy.earrying ou  or about to carry on any business or transaction which a company specially limited  under section 50 of tho "Companies Act, 1897,"  and tbe amendment* thereto, is authorised to  carry ou:  (1.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and  undertake all or uuy of tbe asset*, buslnoss,  property, privileges, coutracta, rights, obligations and liabilities of any person or company  carrying on auy part of the business which a  company specially limited under tho Companies Act, 1897," aud amendments thereto, Is  authorised lo carry on or possessed of property  suitable for the purposes thereof:  (J.) To borrow or raUc money for the purposes of the Company, but that the amount so  borrowed or raised shall not, without the sanction of a geuerel meeting of tho Company, ex  ceed one-quarter of the amount of tho puld-ui  capital for the time being, and for the purpose  of securing such money and Interest, or for any  other purpose, to mortgage or charge tne undertaking, or all or any part of the property of tho  Company, present or after acquired, and to  create, issue, make, draw, ucceptand negotiate  perpetual or redeemable debentures or debond-  ure ��toek. promissary notes, bills of exohauge,  bills of lading, warrants, obligations and other  negotiable and transferable Instruments:  (k.) To distribute any of the property of tho  company among the member* In specie:  (1.) To sell, Improve manage, develop, ex  change, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn t  account,or otherwi'O doiil with tho undertaking or the whole or any part of the property  anil rights of the Company, with power to incept art the consideration any shares, stocks or  obligations of any company, the objects oi  which ure restricted as aforesaid:  (m.)   To do all such other things as are Incidental or conducive to the attainment of the I ^^^ ^ tf   JJ|jn>Sfl\  <wreo&c��a&Jacts. * *  Penticton has an orphans home.  Moyie will celebrate Dominion Day.  Emery Slack, a barber of Vancouver,  aged 31, committed suicide.  Fishing is said to be particulary good  on Kootenay lake at present.  Next year the C.P R. will spend two  million dollars in improvements to its  hotel at Banff. Y-  The Miners' Union of Rossland will  hold an anniversary celebration in that  town on July 16th.  Sub-contracts have been let for the  building of 31 miles of the Grand  Trunk Pacific from Prince Rupert.  There will be no licenses issued for  the sale of liquor in the various construction camps along the G.T. P. right-  of-way.  People are going north from Ash-  croft with all kinds of outfits. A lady  was seen afoot the other day on the  Cariboo road pushing a baby carriage.  George Watson, ah inmate-of the  provincial home at Kamloops died there  a few days since. He was for many  years a teamster on the Cariboo   road.  Charley DeBaro has sold his hotel  at Granite creek to Gilian & Marcott for  $3,000.. De Baro in the old days took  about $30,000 out of the Granite Creek  diggings.  The Revelstoke Homing Club flew  from Lytton recently, a distance of 223  miles the birds of W.A. Morris and J.  D Sibbald coming in a dead heat doing the distance in 5^ hours.  The Milhgan ranch on Lulu island  was recently sold lo R. A. Tretheway,  of Now Westminster, '.for the sum of  $46,000. Mr. Tretheway intends to  settle on the farm and cultivate it.  For two years Prince Rupert had an  unbroken record of no deaths and no  sickness, although during the time as  many as 600 men, women and children  have lived there. The first death occurred on May 27th, a man who had  arrived to work on the railway.  The Revelstoke Mail-Herald says:  The Columbia river is now about the  high water mark of last year. With another week of hot weather the river will  likely cover the railway line south to  such an extent that the lake steamers  wiil be obliged to make this city the;  head of navigation for a few "weeks.  Seventy-five thousand dollars worth  of timber, the property of the Patrick;  Lumber Company, of Slocan, is now  floating towards the Pacific ocean, as  the result of a boom breaking away.  This represents about nine million feet  of lumber, and the loss is such a heavy  one that the company has been com  pelled lo shut down.  A despatch from Chicago says: Mrs.  Gunness, the murder-widow of the  Brook Side farm, near Laporte, Ind.,  where 11 persons are known to have  been assassinated, is alive and concealed in the neighborhood of Nelson,  B.C. according to remarkable circum  stantial evidence that came into the  hands of Chief of Police Cochrane of  Laporte.  On the ranch of Wm. Eccles, New  Denver, is to be seen wheat growing to  the height of 5 ft. 10 in. Col. R. T.  Lowery measured the wheat this morning in the presence of the "Review"  scribe. June 11 and wheat 5 ft. 10 in.  high! Wheught In another month  there'll be a bumper crop of fishing  poles. On the same ranch clover is  profusely growing to a height of 38  inches. ���New Denver Review.  The Conservatives of Prince Rupert  met recently formed an association and  placed itself on record in favor of the  province selling its lots in the Prince  Kti|>ert townsite at Prince Rupert. It  also put itself on record as opposed to  selecting a Couservative candidate to  contest Comox-Atlin district at the next  Dominion election in any way other  than at a central point in the district  the candidate named to be an actual  resident of the district,.  There is no material change at Prince  Rupert, says the Empire published-  tbere. A few permits have been given  people to erect small buildings on  Center street. In "Knoxville" the  people are living peaceably with them  selves and taking care of ail people who  come to Prince Rupert needing beds  and meals. "Vickersville" is quiet and  needs a restaurant, it has a good lodging-house. Mechanics and good clerks  and business men seeking work or location in which to do business should  not come to Prince Rupert earlier than  November, when it is more than likely  lots will be placed on the market.  C MINING  Hydraulic mining on Wild Horse is  in full swing.  Placer mining has coaimenced on  Perry Creek.  The Eureka-Richmond, of Sandon,  is increasing its output steadily.  Diamond drilling is in progress for  the purpose of developing the Surprise  and You Know, of the LeRoi Two  group, Rossland.  The gross value of the output of  the Consolidated Mining & Smelting  Co., Ltd., of Canada, for nine months;  of its current fiscal year, which ends  June 30, was $4,178,786, or $100,000  more than for the fiscal year 1907.-  Interest in mining has been revived  at Savona by the statement that the  Hardy Cinnabar Mining Company has  made a strike of $16 ore on its claim  on Copper creek above the property of  the company which operated some  years ago.  When the Canadian , Pacific liner,  Monteagle, left Vancouver last week j  for the Orient, she had on board a  consignment of silver from the Trail  smelter. There were 50 ingots, each  weighing 80 pounds in the shipment,  and they were consigned to the Hong  Kong bank.  A rich strike is reported in the  Mollie Gibson group, Burnt Basin  section. The strike consisted of a  seven-foot chute of gold ore that will  average $90 to the ton.   A- wagon road  A cup of BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour arid tone to  the entire system.  is being constructed to convey the ore  4*4 miles to the railway at an expend)  ttire of about $7,000.  An important development is taking  place with regard to the QueenVictoria  mine, situated on Kootenay river, abou^  nine miles west of Nelson. This is a  property with one of the largest showing? in the country of low grade copper  ore. During the past month eastern  and English capitalists have been making a very careful sampling of the mine  and recently there was shipped to the  Northport smelter 100 tons of ore. On  i the result of this reduction will depend  the future of this property. There is  sufficient ore, if it is of pay grade, to  justify the erection of reduction works  at the foot of the hill close by the railway. Thus, by reducing its own ore  in a similar manner to that of the  Boundary mines, there is a chance of  a steady profit, if worked on a sufficiently large scale.  FARMER AND HIS WIFE  PRAISE ZAM-BUK  As a family balm and save Zam-Euk  is unequalled, and should be on every  Canadian farm. Mrs. C. E. Tibbs, of  Oak Vale Farm, Winnipeg Beach,  writes:���"We have found Zam-Buk a  wonderful healer. I used it for a very  bad burn on my hand, and by the  next day the pain had gone and the  wound well on the way to healing. My  husband also used Zam-Buk for a  nasty flesh wound on his arm which it  healed. In several ways we have found  Zam-Buk so healing and soothing that  we would not like to be without it in  the house. Before we could get Zam  Buk in Canada, we used to write to  England for it we thought so much  about it."  This great skin healer is sold by all  druggists and stores at 50c. a box.  EVERY HOME NEEDS ZAM-BUK  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Land Registry Act, and in  the matter ol the Title to Lot Nineteen (19),  Block Eighteen (18), Map 60, Old Ironsides subdivision, Town of Phoenix  WHEREAS, the Certificate of title ol WILLIAM A. STONR and SAMUEL J. KNIGHT,  being Certificate of TiUe No 4396a to the above  hereditaments', has been lost or detroyed and  application has been made to me for a duplicate  thereof.  NOTICE is hereby given that a duplicate  Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments  will be issued at the expiration of one Month  from the date of the first publication hereof, un  less In'the meantime valid objection to the contrary is made to me in writing.  W.H.EDMONDS,  District Registrar of TiUes.  Land Registry Office,  ' Kamloopa, B.C.,  May 7U>, 1908.  lhe Phoenix Pioneer is the only  paper in the Boundary that prints all  the news of the Boundary���and prints  Pkochix Steam l^uiKlty Co.;  limited;  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a  position to handle the  largest or smallest orders  with dispatch and at tbe lowest possible prices.  .BEST'.OF'WORK GUARANTEED.  Phone No. 25  Patronize Home Industry.  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D/ McKENZIE, Manager.  ^v  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B C.  MANY PEOPLE  HAVE  Ba ekache, a. Warning Symptom  of Kidney Trouble.  Pc-rtt-na Is Invaluable in Sucn  Cases.  Prominent     Persons     Who  Been   Cored.  Catarrh of  Kidneys. Caused  Muoh-Suffering:.  BR_3__��fc  Dangerous  Kidney  Diseases  Cured.  WHEN the kidneys become affected  by catarrh, either from colds, overwork, or an extension of catarrh from  some other organ, they fail to perform  their normal functions.  It is the work of the kidneys to excrete from the blood many of tlie poisons  which accumulate in the body.  If, the kidneys fail in their work, the  poiaons accumulate to such an extent us  tocauae oo&Yulslone, which often prove  fatal.  Peruna, by relieving the kidneys of  their congested and catarrhal conditions, leaves them free to act in a  l��nil manner.  It alao strengthens the action of the  heart, equalizing the circulation of the  Mood la ail parts of the system.  S������1��S����''\  Mr.*Leopold-BraTiair2*i��"Bleeck'er"B��re*et.  I   Brooklyn, K. T., writes:  of the kidneys and lungs.  I was treated by- my  home physician and relieved to some extent, but  after I had worked again for two-^weeks, iriy old  sufforlng���ba��ka*he and patostnl the right lung���  I returned.   The droadfol cough whieh bothered me day I  t and night lasted six months and no one couM herpme. J  "I tried three different patent medicines, without I  avail.  I could scarcely sot anything and slept only a J  few hours bach night.     V"*  '���Airlend told me ttttmke Peruna.   I dU mo and tbe }  second day my appetite bmd improved.   I took a to*-*'  t spoonful'ofPeruma every ^ hour, day and night, tor  'A remedy that re- I three weekf.   Now I bare taken five bottles.   I can  Heves catarrhal de- J eat enough for two people and mm able to sleep well.  ._���,.��   i "Whenever I meet a sfck person, I advise him to take.'  Peruna.' r thank*yon #tMuslsiirtimes for your ntedi  rangemeuts  of   tho  kidneys should cor  talnlybe considered J cine, as It'was tha-biUy Wtnedylhat UTed'nu.   We  a household remedy.  Peruna is such a  remedy;  Hilh Commendation for Pe-ru-fM.  Mr. C. B. "Fizer, Mt. Sterling, Kji,  writes:  .', ���.  "1 have suffered with - kidney and  bladder trouble for ten years past.  "Last March I commenced using your  Peruna and continued for three months.  "I have not usod'it since, nor have I,  felt a pain.  . '���Ibelisve that I am well and I therefore give my highest commendation to  the curative qualities of Peruna."  "Neglected catarrh of the kidneys is  apt to develop into Brigtit's Disease or  diabetes, when a cure ia utmost an impossibility.  continue to keep it in our family."���Leopold Brand!  �� ��� ��   s��ss��s��sssssss������  IIIISIII     SSSSSl  W�� bfetW' otv* ��W many tfitifaoolafe  like the ones given hen.  We^ettn'0ve:��^'i��adersonlya-Ml!Kht  glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited  endorsMssnAtsw* ���(���'isealvlng srsty  month.  'Wo other physician in the "world hat  received sueh a volsmsof enthusiasts!  letters of' think*' 'm Dr. Ha  Peruna.  Address Dr. 8. B. Hartman,  of the Hartman Sanitarium, Oali  Ohio, for free msdleslidvsos.  All eon  fldenttsJ.  j E>HOBINIl3C     B^BRs*4  Will relieve that tired feeling so quickly that it  will surprise you.  With what is acknowledged to be the best  equipped Brewing Plant in the Boundary by far,  we furnish a really delectable article.  Ask for our Bottled  Beer  rANADIANo  VipAJQiFl-C \\  t  Phoenix Brew-fag Company  BINER & SONS, Prop.  Office and Brewery, Banner St. Phoenix, B.C.  We hive the only ICE MAKING MACHINE In the Boundary.  D.-:J.vMa��Heson  ���Jrtdiirance Hgent  ilDBUTY    BONDS,  CO.VI.VflS-ltONEttt    FOR  - FIRE,       LIFH  A.NJT��  ACCIDENT.  PLATE   GLASS  TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  METHODS OF MINING  AND TIMBERING . . .  BY W. H. STORMS.  The only thoroughly practical and exhaustive treatise on this subject.  TEACHES HOW TO TIMBER AND WORK MINES.  A Novice Con Understand It.  Now being published in serial in the American Mining Review, 1 20 N j.  Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.  F B SUBSCRIPTION  $3.0*0   PER YEAR.  BOUNDARY DIVIPENDS. %  HAMS OT COMPANY.  B, C. Copper Co.���copper-   CsribooMcKiiiney���sold   Soansol. M. * 9.-aoia-copper,  \ Oranby Consolidated���copper,  Provkttac*���*fiv����.�����-.. ..���  Atrraoa-  xzmo  CAPITAL.  DT*'-u  CM1>S.  Issued  I Par  Total  to Date  La'.e.t  Datr  lint  Per  $201,300  Sept. 1907  ���40  546,837  Feb. 1904  .04  7S��.885  Nov. 1907.  1.35  3-'38,6jo  June 1908  2.O0  'jfiilM  Sept. 1906  ���JO  fi*^mS*s9smSmesasM*'*^  i  G^Twood Stage Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a. m. "j  '�� " lower town, 10.00 a.m. J* Standard Time  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phokkix Office, With McRab Bros., Knob Hill Avb.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  ^^BS0o0*wmsWmsls*0**ms*a%*90��'***iai0^*i*mt*&a*ma0m0  ���$60.:  ���Mb.  ��� FROM PHOENIX TO ���  WINNIPEG, DULUTH,  FORT WILLIAlM,  ST; PAUL,;SIOUX CITY  CHICAGO,   $72.50     ST. .LOUIS, $87.50  NEW YORYy$108*5O;  TORONTO, $94.40;  MONTREAL, $108.50;  OTTAWA, $108.50;  ST. JOHN, N.B., $127.60;  HALIFAXr $135.50;  SYDNEY, C.B., $141.90.  Dominion Ave.. Near City Hall.  *��#�� PHOENIX, B. C  Carnages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald,  A. Sh���� of lh�� Public PatronAit�� Solicits^  rop.  'PHONB J 7.  5��������5��)������(s>��^^  osxssass^^  p. 0. Boi SB.  Phoanlx Mirket.  'Phono 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Tickets on sale MAY 4 and 18, J USE 5,  ��, 19 and 20 JULY 6, 7, 22 and  23.     AUGUST 6, 7, 21 and 22, 1908.  First Class Round Trip.  NINETY DAY LIMIT.  I ROUTES���These  tickets  are koo;1  via  '        any recognized routes in one or both  directions.' To'destinations east of  Chicago    are  good   via   the   tfreat  Lakes.  For farther information, Rates, Sleeping  Car Reservations, etc.    Apply to  Jobs Mok, DIP.A.    C. E. M.voPhkbson,  Nelson, B.C.   G.P.A. Winnipeg, Man.  Corporation   of   the  City   of  Phoenix.  COURT OF REVISION NOTICE.  NOTICK IS HEKEBY GIVKN. that the first  sittiue of the Annual Court of Revision of the  Municipality of the Corporation of the city of  Phoeuuc, B.C., wilt be held iu the Council < hum-  bcrs. City Hall. Dominion ave., Phoenix, B.O.ou  Tuesday, July 7th, 1908, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for  the purpose of hearing complaint!) a^ninst the  assessments made by the Assessor, and for revis ���  iuit aud correcting the Assessment Roll.  M. M. STEPHENS,  City Clerk.  I'hoenix, B.C.  May ��nd, 1908.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season :  Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  All   '���-*'*SSoN. B.o. "~"q""SBslSSBoi.. B.C.  I), B.-J.   Q  Hospital Donations.  List of Donations received   sun a Jan.  1st, 1905,  to the Phoenix   General   Hospital :  Caahfio R. Hoirell  Cash fas _ J. B. Mncaulay  Cash is A. V. Herry  Book Case , A. K. H. Clark  Bed Linen,�� doa Hospital Ladies Aid  Cash $50 K. T. Bank  Cash $10 Jas. McCreath  Cash $35 Canadian Kami Drill Co.  Sprillir Cot A. B . Huod  Mav'e��yrup _. A Vrleud  Gentleman's Dressing Cown Mrs. J. B. lioyld  Old Linen Mrs. I. Cruwlord  t Box Books  Mrs. B. A. W. Hodttes  Cash %in A Orand Vork-i Friend  Dominion Capper Co Full Set Boiler Tube*  C -J Wood  F. Buckles*  ���fyMftx  &M$My ���  t mm;--  :';v,'i*,^-  V\ii<M$y.  ,Vi: .<!;���[��� *.:''-'Iv���>!������'���  Wr.'yy H;�� =n  KOBBB  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  tr-  ��   I  'ii*''  I'M  ! ft1)','?  aflCl  r I  ftp  tit  JII  hi  \vt4  Ml  Hi  a Si  S  '���>  I  I  GREENWOOD STEAM LAUNDRY   i^o^eivei).   H^tfou^aFufP- ��ar StTm LattDd^�� ��� h��P* br ireful at-  ch^bLhfknen depends upon how it is waabeS.   We nse no  Linena^Sf ^tothf���2-^ *reP"atM"  *��>��  -��i�� injure the   finest  Lduena, eic.   uiottung will wear longer if washed here.   -PHOKNIX  WASHLNG. -   r��s YnlJ?.?live-3r ^&??n wiU cal1 for Laundry in Phoenix everv TUK**--  DA.I, and   will  deliver same on  SATURDAY      i   ,,uiJ-    .  Drop n* a post card, ana our wagon will call A  tnal  eoU^'li-  mmmod steam urnm, mm*m, b.c.  "$-j ^MWrYfY^^^^ f "John Appleby received another ship-  I    !��=��      �� _f��  ment of lumber this week.  | In and Around Phoenix  BklKF  TOP.CS   OF   LOCAL   AND  GBNHRAL  INTKRtST   ro   PHOKNICfAXS.  KeaJ J  Hinea' bit- ,;d. iii mis issue.  WMmNMNNN^  at  LMdlig  HmI ��f Beaadsrj'* Utd'nt  ���lalif Clap  Hotel Balmoral  Ho: loi R island���|u:ie 24th. "  "L'topi..."   ,;l<.-ar    HavaiM   ojyar  jamta.'.  Hednt-da-., June  24th���Don't for-  get it.  Dry wood   in   car  lots.     Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C  You can get a bargain in China any  i>-��? at Thrasher's Drug Store.  Che.ipcat   excursion   of the   season  $5-35 return fare to Rossland on June  Wednesdays C I' fi   m ���.      -    ^        24th, via   C P.R.    Don't   fail  to join  3-30 on Thursday.   ^ ^ " ^ at Ithe !,'���K  School closes   for  the   vacation   on   ���^'"'i   .Ae,i*    N��'    '58'    have  I ucsday, June 30th. *  Marsh block, furnished, to let; apply  A  S. Hood, Bank block.  to A.  Before   buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Try the Pioneer job detriment fu.i  your next order of priming.  Another washout occurred on theC.  P.R. near Cascade and no connection  was made with the. Boundary on Wednesday.  For sale cheap���all   household   fur  niture,. including Book Cases, Bedroom.  Suites, lounge, Cook St-.ves, Heating  Stoves, Cupboards, etc.   Apply to Mr.  or Mrs. M. .M. Stephens.  To disappoint the reader of a .news'  paper who looks through the papt.r for  your ad is to annul the effect with  that reader of a lot of good advertising  which you have previously done.  Watch Repairs  Knr and 0p-to-   Os^nOIr-Otatad; .  Sood Sample Booms.  Comer Knob flM ato., and Flm 8t���  PHOKNIX, B. C.  - i. a   ���������ASTER  Proprietor.  ' <i>  is:  Second-hand Sewing -Machines of all  I makes, for sale, see Miss McDonald  Prescriptions carefully prepared at  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  Two days' trip to Rossland; a biu  picnic and a royal time at Rossland   ��  The  Hotel Brooklyn  ning passed off very successfully  new hall was greatly admired.  The local baseball team have arranged for a game with Greenwood  here tomorrow,1, at 2 p.m. Greenwood  has promised to be on hand this time.  $5 00 reward   will   be given for in-  O. T. Scott will be the pulpit sun ' f?rmation that Wl11 '����d to the convic-  piy in the Presbyterian church tom..r -,IOn ��' thti Person or persons who  row. RUrCnl��raor-1 destroyed  Thrasher's   hand sign.���W.  11 t   ot. A- thrasher.  Born���In Phoen.x, on Mondav, June       -rt  '4th, to Mr. and Mrs. Sid.   [ohnston ',   i-   ,,c? Cream   S0C,aI   8>ven by  the  ������- son. J    USlnn'. Ladies; A.d of the Presbyterian church  H.rnl. mil ''ast Frida>"  was attended   by quite a  at" r��ok_?S p16   P��PU,ar   uram" I ''lrSe mimber ��f d'*zens and a Pl����u��t  Jtisr, s booked for Pnoenix opera house I evening was spent,  to July. j h~"i.��  Miss Rossa Coutts is still without  changed their'night of'meeting, "in R To rent���'' ^ree-roomed nouses on  future the lodge will meet Tuesday B���Wyw avenue (one furn,shed). four.  evenings. roomed   house,   New  York   townsite;  ,r.       , four-roomed    house,   Golden    Eagle,  lhe   dance- given   by  Prof.   Marks I apply to D.J. Matheson, agent.      ���  m the Finnish   hall on   Tuesday eve-      -r.    ���,.   .        ,      ,  mnn n^��nj-a-... r���       ~,. l he Windsor  hotel  at Greenwood  has been   purchased by  Charles  Mc-  Clung and Harry Goodeve.   Mr   Mc  Clung has been manager of the hotel for  some months and was formerly in the  hotel business in Phoenix.  Our Watch Repairing is done.by  an expert, and is giving the best  Of satisfaction? ' Work Promptly  Done, and the prices are as low-  as is consistent; with the quality  of work done. '������".  , T*be Onljr First-jClass and Up-To-  .; -Date- Hotel, in,Phoenix.,,New.  -   . from cellar to roof.' Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N.'Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  ���Steam   j*   Heated  For rent���Three nice roons, housekeeping suite, in Biner block: o00d  water, good location.       > "  opposition in the Nelson Daily News  pnpu'antv contest, and is now practi  cally assured of the trip  to  the  Do  JAWESJlAkSHALL; Prop.  Just   received   a   beautiful   line   of I minion fa,r a�� Calgary.  SS Tf *  and Rockers-at       Clark's   moving picture   show from  Bmn s the furniture man. Rossland held forth in the opera house  An application of paint has  greatly ^  on   Wedr":H''''   *"A tu.,~a~..  improved  the appearance of the   Dominion hotel.  UNDER NEW  MANAGEMENT  Hotel Alexander  '^d^���Jte-C^hlk    Choice stoclcof Irrigating:goods. .  DealiiUia Amu  ���well furnished rooms.  Pfaoeiix. b: C.  Try the "Utopia" for your next  smoke. You can get one at James',  and you'll want more.  The steam laundry at Greenwood reopens for business on Monday. See  ad. elsewhere in this issue.  A pair of eye glasses were  lost near  Great   Northern   depot   on    Sunday  Finder kindly leave at Pioneer office.  We have the genuine Alwin Go-carts  also a nice line of Rattan Go-carts and  Carriages���at Binn's the furniture man  Born���In Greenwood, on Thursda>  June  nth.'to  Mr.  and  Mrs.  George  Pratt, of Mother Lode, a son. v  Tbe appearance of the Maple Leaf  hotel has been greatly improved by the  application of a fresh coat of paint.  ,��� 5"tte:LcuP ic* cream, famous for its  Phoenix Bakery, Knob Hill'avenue.  Misses Etta Murray ahd Bertrand  Knott were in Greenwood this week  writing on the entrance   examinations.  hous/j on Wednesday and Thursday "Jf5',- ?nthusia?ml ]s -M ��  ���'vc.in^. M.ss Gonenian, formerly of advert,slnK a* �� blood in  Phoenix, was soloist. l emPer '*> however, with com  Lost���on Sunday, June 14th, lady's  ohort fawn coat, between L. U. Martin's house and Macy's ranch. Finder  will kindly return to Dr. Dixon's office  and receive suitable reward.  Our new store on Knob Hill avenue  ���yill be opened on Monday with a full  line of confectionery, oranges, apples,  bananas, and all kinds of f. astry found  in a first class bakery. VV. J. Prender-  gast.  George Strachan arrived last week  to succeed Rev. Mr. Whittaker in  charue of the Methodist church. He  conducted the services last Sunday  and impressed the congregation very  favorably.  M. R.' Feeney, who has been a  resident of this city for the past 12  years, sold out his blacksmith and car-  nagebusiness hereon Wednesday-last  to a. j. mciviiiwn or j noenix. -=-orand  frorks Sun.  . Tbe person who, has once experienf  ced the pleasure of a cup of delicious  "Salada" Tea���that feeling of satisfaction that its purity and flavor guar  Nelson is announcing a big''two days'  celebration in that city on July ist and  2nd. Among the attractions will be  baseball, lacrosse, Caledonian sports,  boat races, illuminated Water parade,  reck drilling, and firemen's races.  Reduced fares on railways.   .  John Campbell, of Greenwood and  James Taylor, of. Phoenix, yesterday  purchased the blacksmith shops in this  city owned by M. R. Feeney and A J'  Stewart.. The consideration has not  been made public. Both shops are to  be operated, and the new owners will j  take possession next Mondav.��� Grand '  Forks Gazette.  Good advertising is the royal road for  ali who would attain success in business.    Enthusiasm is just   as vital   in  the   life.  ���--,    mon sense  and' a statement of facts, and you've  the whole thing working properly. It  is only the man who has done but  little advertising who imagines that he  knows all there is to be learned on the  subject. The advertiser of experience  is the one who admits that there ts still  something to learn.  MAKES   RINGS  ON SHORTEST  koflCT  We are makin-; all kinds' Of rings'on the shortest  k .nonce���Ejiblkm..  Rings,'". Flat .Bands,    wi.h  Raised  Initials; also Chains, Lockets, etc.    The  work  xviir suu.d comparison with the best.    .  E.    A.    BLAC��V THE  JEWELER  ������������" ~ ZZZLJ  ooooooooooaiao-oooaaoaQooQou  �� Good Clothes     I  ** -, ..   .."''-���'       ' ' ��  5*                            J-iyely Styles  for young* men.    Conservative styles 2  for older men.    Those who want correct styles and B  best  Tabrics  at   prices that show small profits,   will go  find  our store   "he   place"  for   "good   clothes." %  = 8  0  00  THOMAS BROWN,  GENT'S FURNISHINGS.  KNOB HILL AVENUE.  oooooooooBaOcOnnooaaaooooo  * tsl  w  . NEXT DOOR TO THRASHER'S.  A great improvement has been made   .��.uu��� ��,�� ,l5 pUnty ana flavor euar  hnJbfe ?hP fl����r ��f- thC M'DerS' Un,on   antee"is not -S"y persuaded"oaccep;  hall for the���conven.ence oModge meet- a substitute. P  I !I1gs.  r\             c , ! he   framework  of the   new brew  Jt���2nn7?i,Of^0gS,,n,t?Wn 3re ''"v''ed house of the Phoenix Brewing  Co    is  fW 111I * r    Vty ?erksoffi����n Mon- now up and is being closed"!    It   s  gjMjor luesdayofnext   week and pay substantial   and   well    6uilt "buil"^  ��>   the annual dog   ux.    On   Wednesday and   when completed wHl  be a   are��  urch Services Tomorrow J J  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..  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church  Preaching      Service*      tomorrow    at  7:30  p. m.   Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:00 a.m.  A cordial welcome  to all... Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor  Uainoiic���Church of Our  Lady or  the   Good : Counsel.���Divine * Service  every and-and '4th. Sunday; of each  month.    Holy Mass. 10 a.m.   Sundav  school, 2:30 p.m.     Vespers-and Bene'  diction    7:39   p.m.      Father   J.    A  Redard. O.M.I. Pastor  Latest Designs from the   leading   makers   in   Canada.   ::   ::  Now   is   lhe   time to    make    your  choice���we have just what you  want, from   the   cheapest  to   the   best.      Call  and   inspect.  *>  *>  r*  t  ��ss  McRAE BROS., Ltd. \  KNOB HILL AyK_ }  In the County Court of Yale,  Holden at Grand Forks.  In Probate.  JUST   ARRIVED  A CARLOAD QJ? fnyj? j;(/RN/TUA  'E.  BUFFETS,     DINING     CHAIRS       S1I  BOARDS,  PARLOR   ROCKERS,  iii.  SERS AND  WASH STANDS, PARI  TARLES.  OR  BINNS, "The Furniture Man.  DAYS-  FINEST LINE OF ;CpNFEcflONERY  IN THE BOUNDARY.���Stewarts  Famous Chocolates and  Bon-Bons.  f f onunM jit .ctuiuTioi  ���TWO  "_-i  SUMMER   DRINKS-���Made  From Pure Syrups.  FRUIT  LEMONADES A SPECIALTY  AT   NELSOX..-JE*,C.  Baseball    Lacrosse,  Caledonian  Sports, /Launch  ?fodc^  REDUCEIJ RATES ON ALL TRANSPORTATION LINES  -    ' IRVmi- Cha,m,an. GEO.  HORSTEAD, S��CREiABy.  PICTORIAL POST CARDS  AND BURNT. LEATHER  NOVELTIES,   .   . ..   .    .  Complete   Line  of   PIPES,   CIGARS  AND TOBACCOS. .....  Benson & Hedges Famous  Brands of CIGARETTES  fALL  SIZES.]  TRY A MILK   SHAKE  WHEN YOU'RE PASSING  You   Are    Invited  TO CALL and .see us in our NEW STORE, near  Brooklyn Hotel. Our vock is all new and fresh, and  our prices will be found  leasonable. '     -  We  carry a general stock of  STATIONERY, MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS ; CONFECTIONERY  delicacies  of the   toothsome  kind, and CIGARS and  TOBACCOS  that  will   make  )ou  delight to smoke.  TRY US.  ALBIN    ALMSTROl  Burns Building, Lower Town  1iruir>iisminsjni(l)iinljnJ>  NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, that on the 21st  day of .^uos, it was ordered b7 H.s Honor  Judge Brown, that A. x. Sutton, Official Z-  mlnistrator: Inland for the Grand FoS. aTd  Gre.nwood Electoral nistric-ts, be ndmini*  tretor o/allaucTslnBulartne estate of KING*^  B.C., deceased, inters-ate. Every person in'  deoted to said deceased's estate ,7re^uZj t  .?*l*mmt fe'vlth to the uPdenrt^nert, and  e^ery person having ln possession'���'enWue-  onging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver same pter to the nndersigned.  Every creditor or other person having any  cWm-uponior:interest in th, destrihdln^  2>nd'T: ��f tJ����^���� �� rehired before"&  i��,,f :- L -'���Julr''1908' to ",-d by registered  inn ' af,drtSSed t0 the ��nder.!gai.hf. name  and particulars of his claim of interest, and a  I decZ��'��f h'^ accou^ Veriiied by statutory  rJJif \ 6 **fd 22nd "V of Jul,-, ,9. S. the ad-  of ZIZ ,T linr��Ceei witb ,he destribution  n, ��h. k I 8 5Wn* ��!*Md t�� those claims only  of wj,ie> he shall then have had notice. Dated  at Grand Forks! iB^C^th May, 1<U).! * :  ��� J . ��� r "'A'.'''C".: SUTTON, ;*:  Official Administrator, Grand Forks, B.c  E  xcursion  To Rossland  Vii  Canadian   Pacific   Railway  A GOOD SWT  If a well-fitting, up-to-dat.  one helps a man to success.  I make them in prices from  Examine my elegant stock  of Suit Goods. Cleaning  and Pressing. : : :  Men are apt to be judged  by their Clothing���not always but often. It's best  to pay a little more and  WEDNESDAY  June24  under the auspices of  Scandinavian Lodge 4 7, S.H. & E.F.  Return Fa*e from Pnoenix $3.35  Eholt $3.10   Grand Forks $2.70   Trail 70c  Two Children may  Travel on one Ticket.  PHONE  p DEANE'S HOTEL I   DANNY DEANE, Proprietor  ^ ]ook a little  be"�� and  =5 feel more.   comfortable  in  V^��. "^ ^gest and Ne.vestJIotel in the city, heated by   3 Lf*1"8   ���^    for   V6U  ��    h��t  umer and   well  furnished throughout foTTt^l 77~   3  thaU ,to ^ to  fit yourself  '=-    T, 77- 7 : gHhg^Ljhe accommodation   rg to a hand-me-down stock  Train leaves Phoenix Wednesday at 5 am.  Returning leaves Rossland Thursday 4 p.m.  Of   III  j^ibHr.    Everything  Neat  Clean and Up-to-Date."Meals   ^ of guess fits  "��� " .  ���^9*9  fc    ^rvj.i .it .all h-.urs, special beinu i:ivenjhej)inini>rn��m.  Centrally  Local-eel on  the Bndge,  Fifth StrgPr.  Pun������iv ^  June24th is MIDSUMMER DAY and great pre-,m-  ations are being made by the Brethren of Rissl��,d  Lodgefor a big plcnic and day ofsporlg_    ^^       j  also be an excursion from Nelson to Rossland same day  SrEAM    HEATED. ELECTRIC.jnHTIfjG, THLBPHDNB   48.  ��\Ra Horrell,  Merchant Tailor, Phoenix  luw. T^?"11^8 Inay be had from any mem-  ^ltL8ZZor at Depot  Everybody Come  J&  W  VI'  SK  '5?fl  V-sr_ S* _f s "iiJi.���l-i-t -qSJl-ntv

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