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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 16, 1906

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 i  Boundary Mines Produced $17,500,000 in  value within six years.  ^      JUN 19 1906  i    Legislative Library    it-05      *  and   Leading  Mining  Gamp of Boundary*  BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Vol. VII.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 16,  .906.  No.  31.  ^Ywwwnaw^aaiBteB^^jajteJH^^y^  New summer  Z  ��  $225,000 BOND FOR OVER TWENTY PHOENIX CAMP CLAIMS  J. L. Martin, of this   city,   has just  closed negotiations for  what promises  to result in the  largest  single   mining  deal ever transacted   in the Boundary  country, so far as number of claims is  concerned.     While the consideration  to be turned over is not stated, it is understood to be in the neighborhood of  $225,000, the whole of which is to be  paid   within   six   months' time.    The  property is that   included   in   what   is  known as the Marshall, lhe Monte and  Forty   groups  of   mineral claims, adjoining   the   Granby   and    Dominion  groups of properties on the north side  of the city.  Some twenty odd claims are included in the bond, making Over 700 acres  of mineralized territory. Tbe deal  was made with G. B. Dennis, of Spokane,   on    behalf of   himself   and   a  talists who have been carefully noting the successful mining operations  in this  camp  (or some time past.  The statement is made that the  combination is fully as strong as any  concern now operating in the Boundary. Development work is to be started  as soon as the necessary arrangements  can be made, the fust work to be done  being   thorough   testing   of   the   ore  backers of the enterprise providing for I some of the immense low grade cop-  de  will  this whenever it shall have bei.n  termined that the ore available  warrant such a step.  For some months past Mr. Martin  has been quietly working on the securing of the necessary options for the  claims included in this group, but as  some of the owners are widely scattered, it has been a slow  process.    The  bodies on the various claims by means j papers, now, however, are all in escrow  of the diamond drill. This, the Pioneer is informed, is expected to be undertaken in a few days, and prosecuted  vigorously, for the purpose of locating  ore and indicating where permanent  work should be commenced.  Mr. Dennis informs Mr. Martin also  that as soon as the development shall  justify it, the purchasers will secure a suit  able site for a smelter of large capacity.  per lodes of the Boundary. This  opinion is also shared by many other  men of prominence in tbe world of  mining.  Of the several groups included in  this transaction, probably the best  known is the Marshall group, named  after James Marshall, the well known  pioneer of this camp. This group has  a tremendous showing of copper-gold  ! in the Eastern Townships Bank in ' ore, on which a good deal of surface  Phoenix. j prospecting   has   been   done,   besides  Mr. Dennis is one of the oldest and ' some shaft work���all of which has  best known residents of the city of I tended to prove that the group has a  Spokane, and was one of the first'gigantic ore, body. It is owned by  men of that city to interest himself in , Dan and John Bresnahan, James Mc-  mining north of that place. He is a ' Nulty and T. Clark In the past reman of large means himself, and he j peated efforts have been made to se-  and his conlreres think they see here an : cure control of this crown-granted  opportunity for the investment of large j group, which  adjoins the   New   York  strong  syndicate of New   York capi-  the plans and financial standing of the j capital in the successful exploitation of iciaim, but this is  the  first  time that  the group has ever been taken by :v. jii  who had the means to properly exploit  its four claims.  The claims of this group are the  Marshall, Marshall fraction, Little  Brown and Little Annie  In the Monte group are the Monte  Reco, Big Monte, Monte Bravo,  and Keystone, while the Forty gioup  consists of a number of claims  that, like those of the Monte group,  are known to have great surface showings of ore, which competent judges  think will m?ke great mines, with adequate development. The Monte  group and the Marshall group are located next to the Granby and Dominion property, while the Forty  group adjoins the Marshall and Monte  groups on trie north.  Mr.   Dennis   expects   to   visit    the  property in the near future.  MAY TONNAGE  OVER 100,000  From Shipping  Properties of  the Boundary.  COMING AND GOING  Five  Months of  1906  530,937 Tons.  Boundary's tonnage output for the  month of May continued to run over  the 100,000 ton mark, notwithstanding  the fact that repairs and enlargements  to a number of the Granby turnaces  were still under way. These changes  will be completed in the near future,  when the increased output by the  Granby Consolidated will largely make  up in the total monthly Boundary output for the shortage now being occasioned by the entire stoppage of  onielting operations at the reduction  works of the British Columbia Copper  Co. while the three giant furnaces are  being installed. The output for May-  is, consequently, slightly smaller than  it was for April. Comparing the out  put of ore for the several months of  this year thus far, we have the following figures:  January 104,37s tons  February 105,439     "  March 112,63s     "  April  ">798  May 100,694  Total, 5 months,. . .530,937 "  Granby's output for May, 66,817  tons, is nearly 2,000 tons less than for  April, British Columbia's May output  was some 500 tons less and Dominion  Copper's output was about 1,400 tons  smaller than for the previous month.  The figures in detail from each of the  properties, are approximately as follows:  Mine Tons  Granby mines    66,S17  B. C. Copper Co.:  Mother Lode. . 13,56s  Emma    1,446  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem  Rawhide ....  Sunset   Mountain Rose  13.307  i-77i  3.4S5  66  Providence.  Skylark   Sally   Don Pedro..  Butcher Boy  Total for May 100,694  It has not as yet been the custom  of the large mining companies to give  out the exact values recovered per ton  of ore, but with the excellent price prevailing for the metals, it is believed to  run well o\er $5 for each ton of ore.  Estimating on this basis Boundary  mines produced ore worth $500,000 in  May, and worth $2,500,000 for the  first five months of this year, in gold,  silver and copper.  Election Not Imminent.  William Davidson, of Sandon, hide  pendent laoor member of the legislative assembly from the Slocan district,  was a visitor in the city Saturday,  shaking hands with the many old Slocan boys now residen here. Mr.  Davidson, when asked about the probability of a provincial election this  year, said that he did not expect to  see an appeal to the people at present,  and not before this legislature had  run out its allotted time, which would  bring it next year.  Chna. Peterson Killed at   Strsthmore.  ast Tuesday night (!harles Peterson, a miner employed at the Strath-  more mine, near Greenwood, was killed  by falling rock. Deceased was well  known in the Boundary, and was a  member of the Odd Fellows and  Greenwood Miners' Union No. 22.  He left a wife and two children.  F. H. Knight, the Grand Forks  mining man, was a visitor here Saturday. '  Noble Binns, of Trail, spent two or  three days in the city this week in connection with his furniture business  here.  James Dewar, of the dry goods department of the Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  Gives   ^tc*-> ^as g��ne on a two-months trip to  his old home at Alexandria. Ont.  Sanford B. Snider, of Vancouver, traveling representative for the B. C. Permanent Loan and Savings Co., spent  a few days in Phoenix this week.  W. R. Gates, known to many in  town, left on Tuesday for the east to  see his mother in Troy, N. Y., who is  very ill, and is not expected to live.  A. E. Hogue, an Australian mining  engineer, who spent some time in  Phoenix, is now in charge of development on the M. S. group in Franklin  camp.  Elmer D. Hall, formerly connected  with the Pioneer; left Seattle this week  for Fairbanks, Alaska, where he has  accepted a position with the Fairbanks  Times.  F. E. Starkey, of Nelson, who was  here Wednesday, says the new daily in  that city, the Nelson Canadian, is taking well with Conservatives throughout  the Kootenays.  Walter Cook left Saturday to attend  the Provincial Grand Lodge session  of the Odd Fellows, held at Victoria  this week, as representative of Snow-  shoe Lodge No. 46, of Phoenix.  George H. Mead, ore shipper at the  Granby mines, left Tuesday on a two  months' trip to San F"rancisco and  other California points. G. E Cole  will look after the ore loading in his  absence.  E. W. Monk, of Nelson, representing the Hamilton Powder Co., and H.  P. Dickinson, of Rossland, of the  Giant Powder Co., were both in Phoenix this week, on regular business  trips.  W. T. Choate, for several years the  C. P. R. Eholt agent, has been transferred to Revelstoke to a position of  more responsibility. Mr. Cobb will  attend to Mr. Choate's former Eholt  duties for the present.  Lake D. Wo!ford, of Spokane, visited the Wolford group of claims, on  Fourth of July creek, last Saturday,  where he expects to interest outside  capital shordy. Last year the property-  was tested with a diamond drill.  D. J. Matheson, city clerk and postmaster, went over to Rossland this  week, to transcribe the provincial assessments on lands and improvements  in the new Phoenix school district, outside the city limits.  J. A. Miller, wife and child, left for  Storm Lake, Iowa, on Tuesday, traveling by the Oriental Limited from  Spokane. Mr. Miller was shift-boss  at the Granby mines, having been a  resident here for more than five years.  The night before he left he was called  into the office, and, in behalf of the  men who were under him, he was presented with a fine gold watch, the  speech being made by George E. Cole.  Mr. Miller made a fitting response.  MAY PAYROLL  WAS $150,000  In  Boundary     Mines  Smelters.  Boundary Mining Notes  $60,000 Disbursed in Phoenix  Alone.  ���5-OI4  18,629  130  2 5  20  During the past week the wageroll  for the mines and smelters of the  Boundary for the month of May was  distributed, and while officia.1 figures  are not available, it is known that the  sum paid out was approximately a little  larger than for April, or about $150,-  000 in these two branches of industry  alone.  In Phoenix camp alone the payroll  amounted to about $60,000, distrib  ufed among the 600 or more miners  employed by the Granby Consolidated  and Dominion Copper Co. With a  somewhat increased force in the employ of the latter company, it had the  largest payroll it has yet disbursed in  Phoenix, about $23,000, while the  Granby's roll here was around $40,000.  At the Granby smelter it was about  $30,000. Hereafter both of these  companies will probably have an equal  or slightly larger amount to pay out  on the 10th of each month, with the  heavy shipments and extensive improvements continually under way.  The British Columbia Copper Co.'s  payroll is understood to be slightly  larger than heretofore, with more men  at the mines and new work at the  smelter. It was abont $30,000 at both  mines and smelter, and will likely be  larger still next month, with the addition of 75 or 100 men, if they can be  had, at the Mother Lode mine, in  preparation for increased shipments  when the company's enlarged smelter  is blown in.  In the neighborhood of 150 men  or more are employed in the smaller  and high grade mines of the Boundary,  which adds at least $15,000 to the  monthly wage account of this section.  Tabulated, the pay for the mines  and smelters of the Boundary for May-  was approximately as follows:  Granby  Consolidated $  72,000  B C. Copper Co  Dominion Copper shares are now-  quoted in Boston and New York on  the $10 par value basis.  The long tunnel on   the   Gold Bug  and ls ln over S���� feet' ar"d has reached  ledge matter, which is encouraging to  the management.  The    45-horse   power    locomotive  boiler for the Skylark  mine will be in  stalled as soon as possible, and sinking  resumed to the 250-foot level,  Some of the Providence shareholders have sold out their interests to  the Chicago men who have control of  that banner high grade property.  A second steel smokestack will be  erected at the Dominion Copper Co.'s  Boundary Falls smelter when the third  furnace is installed, late this summer.  Some of the heavy castings for the  new electric-drive air compressor for  the Emma mine, Summit camp, have  been received, and the masonry  foundations are being prepared.  E. H. Thruston, one of the owners  of the Carmi mine, on the West Fork,  is at the property, with machinery and  cyanide experts, looking after the installing of the treatment plant. It is  expected that work on the mine will  be resumed shortly.  Last week the first annual meeting  of the Canada Western Oil Co., Ltd.,  was held at Greenwood, and the following directors elected : Dr. J. E.  Spankie, Dr. G. S. Gordon, Hugh Mc-  Cutcheon, E. R. Redpath, S. B.  Yuill, James McCreath and Angus  Cameron. 'I he company enjoys the  distinction of being the only holder of  an oil lease in the province. An expert will be sent to the property, to  examine with a view to drilling for oil,  and the outlook for the company is  promising.  MOVING DIRT  ON NEW R. R.  Kettle   Valley Line   Building  Up North Fork.  Phoenix Man to Clear  of  Way.  Right  This week the active work of throwing dirt on the North Fork extension  of the Kettle River Valley lines railway was started by W. P. Tierney &  Co., who last week received the contract for the construction of this 50  miles of railway, from Grand Forks to  tlie McKinley mine in FYanklin camp.  A camp was established just outside  Grand Forks, Mr. Tierney and his son  arrived on the scene, and now about  50 men are at work under Foreman  McDonald.  It is understood that about 16 miles  of the line will be built at first, to a  point beyond the Pathfinder mine, or  just below Lynch creek, the balance  to be taken up as fast as possible. It is hoped to be able to secure  at least 500 men at once, the force to  be increased to 1,000 men, to rush the  work.  E. L. Woodard, the Phoenix contractor, has been awarded the work for  clearing the right of way for the first  16 miles, and will start in Monday,  and have employment for 40 or 50  men. The right of way will be cleared  for a width of 100 feet, as usual.  Latest Prices in Metals.  N'ew York���Copoer, electrolytic, $18.  37,'2@*18.75; lake. *J8.75@ $19.00  Bar Silver,   64*!,,'  Lead , *5.75 to *6 00.  ^^^#^��^��;��^>^>*^#;^^��^>.��5��i��^��^^��!��j��^��^*iP^*#^��!**^��^��!#^��^***5  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  ,         30,000  Dominion Copper Co      33��o����  Smaller mines       i ;,ooo  Total $150,000  NAME OF COMPANY.  CAPITAL.  Cariboo-McK.iiiuey~KoUl !  nby Consolidated ��� copper I  I'rovi deuce��� silver !  It;r''  ���2   Pr/v  $  1,250,OX)  t5.<**v-.>o  DIVIDENDS  Issued  1,750,1*00  Paid  1906  $1  1,^50,000 -$ioo.(&io,i-oo  40,000 '  $5 !   Total   ,  o Date;  Latest  Date  Ain't  Her  Share  $5l6.837 ; Vcb.  1904  943,630; May, 1906J  22,224   Oct., 1904 j  <*���**'*'*'**'**;��;**;**;�����*;*;*#;#*;<*;�� .* t**.***-**-****-**-**************  The  1902. for  following tnble Kive.* the ore shipments of Boundary mines   lor 1900. for icor,  1903, lor 1904. for 1905, and 190^, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  The Boundarv-Elkhorn Co.  Last week Tuesday the annual meet-  of the Boundary Klkhorn Mining Co.,  Ltd., was held at Greenwood, and those  present expressed satisfaction with the  development now being carried on at  die mine. The directors elected were  President, Phil. McDonald; vice president, James Sutherland secretary-treasurer, H. V. Fuller; managing director,  Dr. [.E.Spankie; and Charles Kenney,  H. C. Wilson and James McCreath.  It was decided to continue the main  shalt, now down to the 275-foot   level.  to 300 feet depth, and then   drift  President of Granby Company  Enthusiastic.  Two new vice-president's were created last week at the regular monthly  meeting of the Granby Consolidated  Minind, Smelting & Power Co., in the  east. Directors George Martin Luther  and George C. Clark, jr., were elected  to the positions. lay P. Graves has  heretofore been the only vice-president.  Jacob Langeloth, president of the  company and also president of the  American Metal Co, reported on his  recent trip to the Granby mines in  British Columbia. lie is very enthusiastic over the outlook for the property. With the close of the current  month the fiscal year of the Granby  Co. will end, and the annual report,  to be issued in October, should make  a favorable showing as the result of  higher copper and silver prices and an  increased output.  Tlie secretary   stated  shares   of scock   had  1 stope ort  '32>350  issued by the company.  and  that  been  C. J. McArthur, of Greenwood, has  the contract for removing an So-horse  power boiler and other niachilnerv  from the Dominion Copper Co.'s Sunset mine in Deadwood camp, to the  cars, to be transported to the Idaho  mine in Phoenix camp. The plant is  a good one, but there is more ot it  than is needed at the Sunset under the  present plan of open quarry operation.  At the Dominion Copper Co.'s  Mountain Rose claim in Summit camp,  Foreman Fraser has driven the tunnel,  to tap the lend, about 11K feet, with  some 20 or ,50 feet more to go. When  this is done and the glory hole shall  connected by a raise, shipments caiv.  be considerably increased as desired.  t  ^            Mink. Camp.  ^ Granby Mines Phoeni  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  J    N  Snowshoe Phoenix  H   C Copper Co.  Mother I.ode Deadwood  Ilonnie Ilelle Dead wood  Dominion Copper Co.  Hiooklv ii-steiuwudr .Phoenix  Kaivhide Phoenix  Sunset    Deadwood  Mountain Ko-.e S.tnumt  Athclstau  I.ickpol_We.lm;tn.  Morrison  Dead wood  H. C. Mine   1900  6-1.553  397  1901  231.702  1,73'  1902  3��9.S5S  20.SOO  ���903  393.7lS  71,212  1904  549-70J  1905        1906  &5.'.'W9  3"2.S��4  5.3-10      99.034    141.3^0    U��.o79    174.29*    174,56"     72,325  7.45S      15.731  C  K. Bell   Kmma   Oro Deuoro  Summit  Summit  S50  19.494      47.405   summit   Summit  Senator Sum in it  Hrey Ko^le Sum in it  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur  KiiiK    Winnipeg   C.olden Crown   King Solomon   '.liK Copper    Summit  ..Wellington  .. Wellington  ... W. Copper  .. W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paris White's  ^ Jewel I.onK Lake  6 Carmi West Vork  I Sully West Vork  ��� Rambler  West l-'oi k  9 Uutcher Hoy West I-'urk  Providence Ptovidetice  1.070  2.250  650  150  ��� 4.3:1  500  3.53��  5.040  3 339  19.305  22.937  ���5.537  303  32..1JO  3.070  3,250  1.759  4.5-s��  37.9"��  16,400  3.450  111  3��4  33  20  55.731  5."50  4,747  9.4S5  3.0O7  1,333  1-vlkhorn.  ' Strathmoie   1 Preston   Prince Henry .  ' Skylark   Last Chance ....  K. I'. V. Mine..  Uay    Mavis   Don Pedro   Ci esccut   Helen     Ruby   Republic   Miscellaneous.  Providence   Providence   Skylai k   Skylark   Skylark   Skylark   Skvlulk   Skylark  ��� .... .Skylark   Skylark   Skylaik   t'.i eenwood  Kouudary Kails  Houudarv Halls  3.-l.io  1.040  735  62s  4S2  2,060  S90  '.435  993  400  33  150  S7S  2,000  350  jo  145  79  726  325  219  77��  50  300  "it>7  535  6.S9  '55  73  20  40  So  So  Total, tons     yo.uoo  Smelter treatment���  liranby Co     02,307  I). C. Copper Co _  Dominion  Copper Co   3.450  390,300  230.616  117,611  3'5  50S 37c  401,921  102.913  132.570  75"  S29,SoS  5^,252  210,4.14  30.^30  933-543 579.4A  6-S7,l>s.-v 4..7.JU  2lci.i(.i Si,'/.'.  "M. '-'59 9-/.3"'  Total reduced..  62,389    343,439    400,940    007,4.14    337, cib    93J.S77  S.  I  ���J 17  ��� O-^- O ^�� ��� GO^O <fr-<8>-^-^'^-<fr'0-^i  V9a M.
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the people by special request. As a
result the Grit press has it all cut and
dried that an election is imminent. As
a matter of fact, we have heard the
same song for some three years last
past, and it seems no nearer today than it was three years ago.
When the premier does not happen to
PJONEERPUBLISHING (X).l'ake the ''iberal wers into his conf;-
dence, they must  get   up  some  cock
[and bull story—and they do.
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Four weekly insertions constitute one month's
a trertisloc.
Desire Brothier, perjurer, procurer,
vagrant and forger, spent two years in
the New Westminster penitentiary, and
was then pardoned by the minister of
justice on condition that he leave the
country for the country's good. Of
course, Brolhier was more than willing,
and it is not surprising that the people
of Vancouver should most emphatically
protest against such a miscarriage of
justice. The train robbers received
their due, and Brothier should be in
the same boat. At present he is in
Seattle and defies the authorities on
this side of the line.
1906       JUNE.
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Boundary's monthly payroll, distributed for the most part_ this week,
again runs over $t 00,000 for the past
30 days. This is doing very well for
a district with about 10,000 population.
Recently the C. P. R. placed an
order for one thousand box cars.
Possibly the officials had in mind the
box car specials which the company
runs in the Boundary to carry passengers to celebrations, etc.
C. P. R. Suumir Excursions East.
The Canadian Pacific Railway have
placed on sale at all Kootenay points a
series of low rate excursion tickets to
various eastern points. The following
rates apply from Rossland, Trail, Nelson and common points to New-
Haven, Conn., account meeting of
Knights of Columbus, $83.60, selling
dates May 24, 25, 26. Winnipeg, Pt.
Arthur, Fort William, Duluth, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, $52.50; Omaha, $55.65;
Kansas City, $58.25; St. Louis, $60;
Chicago, $64. On sale June 4, 6, 7,
23» 25. July 2. 3. August 7, 8, 9, September 8, 10.
On same dates through excursion
fares will be quoted to all points in
Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces,
New York and New England. Tickets
are first class, bear 90 days limit for
return, and are subject to usual variations of route; are also good in one or
both directions via the Great Lakes,
including meals and berths on lake
steamers. Detailed information on
application. J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,
Nelson, B. C.
14,000     Tons     Ordered   at
Sydney, C. B.
A dispatch from Montreal states that
14,000 tons of steel rails for the Midway & Vernon railway have just been
ordered, and the continuation of construction of this railway is to be started within a very short time, according
to information secured in Montreal and
New York, where the capital behind
the road comes from.
The rails have been ordered from
the Dominion Iron & Steel Co. of
Sydney, Cape Breton, and the order
will be rushed out as soon as the company can commence on it. It is understood that the rails will be shipped
across the continent over the C. P. R.
in preference to transportation around
the Horn, because of the desirability
of saving time.
Since the decision in favor of the
Midway & Vernon as against the province of British Columbia on a refer-
erence as to the disputed subsidy
claimed by the former, the backers of
the railway company have been busily
arranging to go ahead with the building of the road, Some ten or twelve
miles of it has already been graded and
made ready for the steel. This work-
was performed out of Midway.
Grading will probably be pushed
ahead this summer and tracklaying
will be commenced just as soon as the
rails are on the ground, if present
plans are carried out.
There is considerable speculation in
railway circles as to where the control
of the Midway & Vernon will go when
it is completed, and as to wnat roads
it will make connections with. The
Midway terminal of the railway will
be accessible both by the V., V. & E.,
and the C. P. R. lines, while at Vernon there is possible connection with
the main lines of the C. P. R. by a
provincial government-owned road running from Okanagan to Sicamous.
This short government line is now
operated by the C. P. R.
The Vary Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble.
Mr. M. F. Burroughs; an old and
well known resident of Bluffton, Ind.,
says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the
very best remedy for bowel trouble. I
maice this statement after having used
the remedy in my family for several
years. I am never without it." This
remedy is almost sure to be needed before the summer is over. Why not
buy it now and be prepared for such
an emergency. For sale by all druggists.
I Church Services Tomorrow
Unknown Friend*.
There are many people who have
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid results, but who are unknown because
they have hesitated about giving a
testimonial of their experience for publication. These people, however, are
none the less friends to this remedy.'
They have have done much towards
making it a household word by their
personal recommendation to friends
and neighbors. It is a good medicine
to have in the home and is widely
known for its cures of diarrhoea and
all forms of bowel trouble. For sale
by all druggists.
Perhaps you do not know it, but
the Job Department of the Pioneer
can and does turn out anything that is
manufactured with paper and ink.
Remember us on that next order.
Between 1500 and 2000 men are
employed on the V., V. & E. grade
directly west of Miday, and it is being
rapidly finished. A start at laying the
steel will be made shortly at Midway,
and continued as far as grade is completed.
Methodist—Sunday School at 2:30
p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.
Thursday evening, prayer meeting and
choir practice. A cordial invitation to
all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley
Miller, supply.
St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,
Preaching Service tomorrow at 11a m.
and 7:39 p.m. Sunday school and Bible
class at 10:00 a.m. A cordial welcome
to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.
Catholic—Church of Our Lady of
the Good Counsel.—Divine Service
every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each
month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday
School, 3:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene
diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.
Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.
Church of England-Services, istand
3d Sunday in each month, 3:30 p.m.,
by Rev. J. Leech-Porter of Greenwood.
banking business entrusted to our keeping
receives the most careful attention.
Fifty-Turk'- Bkanchks in Canada.
Correspondents in all parts of the World.
S3.000,000     I     Wm.  Fakwkli., President.
Jas. MACKINNON, Geii'l Mgr.
Savings  Department.
A. B. HOOD, Manager
Phoenix Branch.
JjARKisTiiK, Solicitor,
Cable Andrew :       11A I.I.KTT.
( Bed fold M'Neil'a
Code* j Moielng & Neal's
.( I.eiber'K.
Greenwood, (1, c
Hotel Bnlinorul
Cor. First & Knob Hill Ave.   ' HOKNIX, li. Q
KingEdward Lodge, No.36
A. F. and A.M.
Regular coiuuniiilcatloii S u  •„     c
ond Tliiiiwlay oreadi mon'll, '      e'
linll, McHale Bloclc
P. 0. Box 56.
Phoenix Market
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.
Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.
Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.
All    Orders   Receive   Prompt   Attention.
How to Break up 11 Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to
learn that a severe cold can be completely broken up in one or two days'
time. The first symptoms of a cold
are a dry, loud courIi, a profuse watery
discharge from the nose, and a thin,
white coating on the tongue. When
Chamberlain's cough remedy is taken
every hour on the first- appearance of
these symptoms, it counteracts the
effect of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a
day or two.    For sale by all druggists.
Every one should remember the
date of the ball to be given by the
Phoenix Fire Brigade band, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to
paying for the new set of instruments
received recently.
Torments of Tetter and Eczema Allayed.
The intense itching characteristic of
eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is'
instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Salve and many severe cases
have been permanently cured by its
use.    For sale by J. B. Boyle.
President Roosevelt says that he
has some more tid bits to serve up
about the Chicago meat packers. He
seems to have been using that muck
rake to good purpose, and the canners
are already beginning to squeal.
San Francisco is still experiencing
an occasional shake. No wonder that
former residents of that stricken city
by the Golden Gate feel like shaking
the dust of'Frisco for once and all.
The blasts from the mines in and
around Boundary's mining centre are
sufficient for us.
J. J. Hill asserts that British Columbia is the richest province in the Dominion of Canada, considering its
natural resources. And Mr. Hill is
proceeding diligently to secure a part
of the railway tonnage of this province
in a manner that makes the other railways sit up and take notice.
Kamloops sold   $12,500   worth   of
debentures at 101.
British Columbia's Coat of Arms has
finally been approved of by the Herald's College.
Odd Fellows of British Columbia
raised $1081.40 for the relief of the
San Francisco sufferers.
The Cranbrook Electric Light Co.
is extending its telephone line from
Moyie to Yahk, a distance of about
20 miles.
On June 26-S the ninth annual
meeting of the British Columbia
Teacher's Association will be held in
The W. F. of M. in session at Denver, has voted $2,000 for Sandon union
in aid of its hospital and hall indebtedness.
B. TOMKINS, Manager.
In the matter ot the estate of J. W. Cascadden,
Inte of Phoenix, British Columbia, deceased,
NOTICU is hereby given that ou the 22nd day
of May, 1906, it was ordered by Mr. Justice Morrison, that Ai 0. Sutton. Official Administrater in
and forthe Craud Forks and Greeinvoo<- Electoral Districts, be administrator of all and singular the estate of J. W, Cascadden, late of Phoenix,
deceased, intestate.
Kvery person indebted to the deceased is required to make payment forthwith to the under*
signed and every person having in possession
effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver same over to undersigned.
Kvcry creditor or other person having any
claim upon or interest in the distribution of the
estate of the deceased is required before the 1st
day of July, 1906, to send by registered letter addressed to the undersigned hiS name and address
and full particulars of his claim or iutere: t and a
statement ot his account and the nature of the
security (if any) held by him, verified by Statutory Declaration.
After the said 1st day of July, iqo6, the administrator will proceed with the distribution of V e
estate, having regard to those claims oi.ly of
which he shall then have had notice.
Dated at Grand Forks, li, C, the 29th day of
May, 1906.
A- C. Sctton, I
Official Administrator,
Grand Forks, B. C
Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway.   Eholt and  all  the  other
principle Cities ami Towns in JJ.C, Alberta and Yukon.
Heado/iarters: Headquarters for HomuJurv:
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I   Greenwood St&gG  l^ltlQ
Leave Phoenix    -
Leave Greenwood
9.30 a. m
- Standard Time
-3.30 p. m.J
Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.
I. S. McCAGUE, Proprietor.
I. O. O. F.
Meets cveiy Monday Uv>niuK  al Min.iV it,,.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
Clins. McCsgue, N. (;,
Oko. R. Mkad, Kec.Scc'y.
Maicus Martin. I'er. Fin,'nttf
SiuciM K»' Aoknt. Kntircclinine tulc-u.,! ..,,„
• (KiimeiiU of ore. Checkiui;. weinhlnJ
mini pi in guml ...aylmt or nmui.le.. c. b,'
plete ounly.in. etc.   Mail »nniplt« promptly
attended to.
B. C.
L0e.1I Time Inspect:rfor S. I-\ & N
(IIiKh Clnrs Ooods filwiiy* in Stock.)
Grand Fotks. II. C.
BEGINNING FF.B. ,s, , „, (,
via the
Great   Northern   Railway
"The Comfortable Way"
Route of the famous Oriental Limited
For detailed information apply to
M. M. Stephens, Agent,    or S.G.Yerkes, A.G.P.A.
Phoenix-, B. C. Seattle, Wash.
and union Pacific
Salt  Lake and   Denver.
Two Tkain.s  Daii.v.
-Sh-nnii-fiit) tit'ketti lo ICiiiopi
>rvii.'ii c(Mli:trios.
Spokane Time Scliedc'r.
Inflective Nov. 22 I9<.;
i.l ,.!!.<
The Leading ffofelorthe Hoofenay;
Special Rates to Commercial Men.
Good Sample Rooms.
NOTICE is hereby given that on the 22nd day
ol May, i;o6, it was ordered by Mr. Justice Morrison, that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator in
and for the Grand Forks and Greenwood Electoral Di-tricts, be admiuistratoi of all and singular the estate of Conrad Gustafson, formerly of
Phoenix, B.C., deceased, intestate.
Every person indebted to said deceased is required to make payment forthwith to the under*
signed, and everv person having in possession
effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver same over to the undersigned.
Every creditor or other person having any
claim upon or interest in the distribution oftlie
estate of the deceased is required before the 1st
day of July, 1906, to send by registered letter addressed to the undersigned,his uameaud address
and full paiticulars of his claim or interest and a
statement of his account and the nature of the
security (if any) held by him, verified by Statutory Declaration.
After the said 1st day of July, 1006, the administrator will proceed with the distribution of Ihe
estate, having regard to those claims only of
which he shall then have had notice.
Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, the 29th day of
-May, 1906.
'A. C. Sutton,
Olncial Administrator,   ''
Grand ForksB. C.
Phoenix Livery Stable
William R. Matheson, Prop.
Fvprvfhjf1<r IVpw carriages   and  other   rigs
Delivered to any part of the city.
Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public
patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.
Residents of Phoenix will have an
opportunity to have'the time of their
lives on Dominion day, so far as celebrations in the Boundary go. There
will be a large number of visitors here,
and plenty of sport with good prizes
will be provided. It should be the
aim of every Phoenician to make every
visitor have a good time.
Minnesota capitalists will erect one
of the largest sawmills in B. C. at
some point on tlie coast near the new
G. T. R. terminus.
Buckless   Brothers
Danger from forest fires at present
seems to be entirely eliminated, thanks
to Jupiter Pluvius, who has been with
us more or less for the past several
weeks. In fact we could stand it if
the god of rain would take a vacation
for awhile,   as  our  chalcopyrite  and J
Eastern Exciiriloa Rales   via   01.  Northern
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,
Superior, Sioux City, Council Bluffs,
Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City,
Houston, Mineola, Tex., Fort William,
Chicago and St. Louis at rates of one
first-class fare, plus $10; returning via
California, $37.15 higher. Dates of
sale: June 4, 6, 7, 23 and 25, July 2,
3, August 7, 8 and 9, September 3 and
10. Going transit limit 10 days from
date of sale; final return limit 90 days
or not later than October 31.
Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8 has
subscribed $50 towards the Dominion
Day celebration. The union will give,
a big ball on the evening of July 2d.
to all
Express and Baggage Transferred to
from all Trains.
• 1; it. 111. I-'AST MArr.—Tu n ml fiom
Coi-m il'Alcne<li~li icl. l-arni.
iiiKioii Garfield t-u|fux I'till.
IllHll, 'Moscow. *l"oilieroy,
tt'aitslmiK, I>«yloii. W 11 1 I a
Walla. IViifl clou, Hnker City
and all points linst  h o<,
130 |). 111. HXPKHSS— I'oi 1'ariiiinijtoii
tlltrfield, Colfax, I'lilliiian
Moscow,l.ctvisloil.i'ul tin ud
San I'miicisco, linker Oily
and all points HAST.
KXI'KHSS— I'rom all points
Kast, Maker Cily. San l'rnn-
cisco, I'ortlantl, ColTax, f'.ar-
ficltl nud FariuiiiKtou 11.40a.ro
•Kxcepl Sunday. t
.Sim Kinncisco-I'orllaiitl IJonle.
Steamers sail from Ainsvroitli tloc-c. I'oitlHii.l
.its p. 111. ami from Spear street wharf. Saiil-'ruu
Cisco, at 10 a. 111. every five days.
Kor fuitlicr  information   as   to rules, time
11 ains. equipment, etc.. addiess
GKO. J. MO]fI.I{K,tteite!iil Ax-ni,
Kivetsidc  Ave.. Suttkanr. Wwsli
Hospital Donations
L.'.-'t of Donations receivnl   siih-u .Iiih.
1st, ILMJ5,   to the Phoenix   (it-nrni'   II...-
Cosh iio  R. IIom.I!
Ca>h iis _ j. |i. .Mnc.iulay
Cash is  A. »'. Hrn>
Hook Case..: _ A. li   II. Uaik
Med I,Illen,4 doz Ho: [liml   I.ndi-s   Ait
fash J50 h   r. |is,ii;
Cash Jlo ja,   MtCle.-illl
Cash Jjs  (."tiiindiaii Kami Drill Co
Spring Cot a. II   llo."t
Maple«yrup  /   Vneml
tSentlem.in'» Dressing Gown...... Mrs. J   II. I!. »le
Old Linen Mrs   I. Cr.iwl.-i I
I Box Rooks Mrs   li. A. \V. Ilo.l.rs
Cash $20      a r'.raml I'olks I'rieinl
Dominion Copper Co Full Stl Uoilci Tul.e<
Cord Wood y. Ruclilro
Average Prices ol Copper.
—New York—
Electrolytic. I.nkc.
If You Do Not Read The
And Boundary Mining Journal
Month. li)0I    1905       1904
January 12 -110 15.05    12.553
February... 12.0IW 15.010  I j". 2-15
March 12.2IIS 15.2<« 12 250
April 12 022 I-l !HS 13.120
May 12.758 14.027 13 000
•lime 12.2(i'i 1 i.o;;; i2.:i')'i
•'"I}' 12 27!) 14.888 12 500
August 12.842 15.70    12 408
.September.. 12.494  15 005 12.020
October 12.004  UUi«    13.117
November ..14.28:i 10.080 14.455
Deeember ..14.000 18.400 I4,S50
15 V>>
15 04o
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(ear .
..12.820 15.020  I 2.000    15.7
Latest Mining   Slock Quotations.
Heavy Draying—Furniture Moving.
Plioenix, B. C.
Sick Headache Cured.
Sick headache is caused by derange-
f merit   of the stomach and by indigestion.      Chamberlain's   Stomach   and
orange crops are now in excellent con- Liver Tablets correct these  disorders
Premier McBride was  over  in   the
Crow last week on official business, and
there made  some-addresses to
and effect a cure. By taking these
tablets as soon as the first indication of
the disease appears, the attack may be
warded off. Get a free sample and try
I them.    For sale by J. B, Boyle.
A practical book of nearly a thousand pages, useful  to ail and  necessary
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Price is $5,in Buckram, with gilt top; $7.50 in full library morocco. Will
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You will not keep up-to-date on the progress
of the
Great Boundary Mining District
In British Columbia.
The Boundary has produced ore valued at nearly
$20,000,000 in a litlle over six years, and in 1906 its
output is expected   to   be   $6,000,000.    It   has   three
modern smelters—one of them the largest in Canada	
and  about 20 shipping mines, sending out some 4,000
tons of copper-gold ore daily,
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^$n%ffi353®SS£. -:-i  ijs  '   saaVaflMMBWI* M^MbMU^MMUBOIMM'  aaWMs*la* all IsWUlsaaaalsaaaaall  tBSS FHOKNia HOICiSfHR.  ���"THE cost of Jiving is  A an important thing  in most homes. You  may have to figure closely in these nutters. A  little extra on a barrel  of flour may look big to  you.  But there is a difference between spending  money wisely and spending it foolishly.  Sometimes it is economy to spend instead of to  save. It is in the case of  Royal Household Flour.  Those few extra cents  a  week,   that give   you  Royal Household Flour  in preference to inferior flour, buy health.  Nothing contributes so much to the food you  eat as flour, and therefore nothing should be more  carefully bought. Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour  is the whitest, cleanest and most nutritious flour that's  milled. Itistheonlyflour  that is absolutely pure.  Ask your grocer.  Ogllvie Hour Mills Co., Ltd.  Montreal.  "Oellvic's Book for a Cook,"  contains 130 pugos of excellent  recipes, some never published before Your grocer ciin Ull yoa  how to get it FJtKE.  HIGHEST PRAISE  FROM WINNIPEG  Of  and  PARIS LUMP SUGAR  i"o!d in 2 lb. lealed packages by ��l! (pod ^rnrcr,,  Btillitn'. in er>p��:an:e, conven'enl in form,  f.nd    no    lUjjar    can   equal    it    in     ex::e!!cn e.  Tiie B. C. Sugar Refining- Co.. Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B C.  &2%Z>^  I  i  WINES  AND   LIQUORS  We buy in carloads direct from the Distiller :  Walker's Rye in barrels and half barrels  "       Canadian Club, Imperial and Baronial in cases.  Cooderham & Worts' in barrels.  " "        Special and ordinary in cases.  Hrandies���Jules Coadon & Cie,   Charente,  France,   Octaves, haif octaves and cases.  Scotch���Robertson, Sanderson & Co.,   Leith,  Scotland  Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes.  Nannie     Strachan  Gavin Spence.  In everything that goes to make a  high-class, instructive and enjoyable  evening the programme furnished last  night by Miss Nannie Strachan and  Gavin Spence was certainly replete.  Given under the auspices of North  Star Lodg<No. 2, I.O.O.F., the Y. M.  C. hall was packed to overflowing by  an appreciative audience, who demanded an encore after every item on  the programme. For years Winnipeg  has had the reputation of having a  goodly share of Scottish entertainments, but none was quite up to the  standard of last night. Miss Nannie  Strachan, although a stranger to Winnipeg, was received with an enthusiasm  rarely accorded an artist under similar  conditions.  Petite, modest, fascinating, in her  natty Highland costume, she disarmed  criticism the moment she appeared on  the rostrum. Bui when she started  the ''Scottish Blue Bells," her audience  awoke to the fact that no ordinary  concert singer was before it. For tone,  quality, flexibility and vocalization,  she stands unequaled in the realm of  Scottish song. Her "Comin' Thro'  the Rye" was a revelation, and the  "Caller Merrin" sent the audience into  ecstacies The duet, "The Crookit  Bawbee" gave her the necessary opportunity to display her dramatic ability, and this number was probably the  most popular of the whole programme,  although, with such a variety, it is a  difTic tilt thing to pick the most popular.  Wc predict a magnificent future for  this sweet little vocalist.  Mr. Gavin Spence must be seen and  heard to be appreciated. Full of a  dry huni'jr, he kept his hearers in fits  of laughter, when telling stories and  jokes which had the merit of originality. His rendering of "Tessie's Dream,"  and the "Hundred Pipers," was par  excellence, and the many lucid explanations he gave of the origin of the  songs sung were welcomed alike by  all. "Heiland Rory," and "Hooch  Aye" fairly brought down the house.  The entertainment closed with the  audience singing the Scottish Doxology,  Auld   Lang   Syne," and   then   "God  ���  ~m  THE OBSERVATORY  Tiiino* Taikku ok at  Home and Klskwiikkk  Newspaper publishers sometimes receive some odd correspondence. A  short time since we received a card  from an individual who was ashamed  to sign his name, asking why the bank  here did not pay off on paydays in one  and two dollar bills, so that the money  would be more likely to be spent and  circulated. The chances are that if the  writer is a mucker, and puts in eight  whole hours each and every day, he  does not work as hard as the bank  people do on paydays, and that with  using $5 and $10 bills to cash checks  with. It is no picnic to pay out from  $60,000 to $70,000 in small bills in a  few hours' time. The bankers, doubtless have nothing to do with the olhei  phase of the question.  This week a New Yorker writes the  Pioneer, in part as follows, after receiving a copy of our last holiday number :  "In regard to your newspaper, would  say that one of my friends, Mr. ,  is a subscriber, and I take the-  TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO ESCAPED  SPRING CATARRH BY TAKING PE-RU-NA.  Spring Fever Is Spring Catarrh==Nothing Robs One  of Strength Like Spring Catarrh.  Pe-ru-na Is a Fine Tonic For a  Weary Woman*  A Letter of Praise.  \     Miss Nellie. Uundon, -150 7th Avonuo, Brooklyn, N. Y.,  5 writes:  i     ' 'I consider Peruna the ideal spring tonic.  s     "For the past five years I have taken it at this time '  \ ot the year and find that It enables me to endure the  I variable weather of the spring and the trying heat of \  J the summer."  Peruna nlfordd tho most prompt and permanent roliot  in all cases of norvous prostration, caused by eyatomio  catarrh, as verified by many cures on our records.  ���," (mentioning another Boundary paper). "We exchange papers as  we receive them, and I must say that  I get the best of the trade. The  rarely has anything of interest  to me, while the Pioneer is bubbling  over with news of the mines, which is  what we want to know. I inclose here  with my check for a year's subscription  to the Pioneer, so that I may receive it  direct."  If there are any others who wish to  join this growing list of readers of the  Pioneer, now is the accepted time.  Gained Eighteen Pounds.  Mrs. Hattlo Hamilton, It. J'*1. J). 2, SpnrU, Ky., writes:  "I have taken two bottles of 1'ei una and commenced  on tho third.  "I did not really need tlio third ono, but thought It  beat to tako another bottle.  "I have always weighed 102 pounds, hut since I began taking Peruna I weigh 120 pounds for tlie first  time in all my life, and I am now 33 years old.  "Your medicine has surely done me a great deal of  good and 1 have recommended It to several others  who have begun taking It.  "My mother, ����� ho is 7(i years old, had grown so weak  she could scarcely walk.  "She took two bottles of Peruna and is fleshier and  is looking well.'  Save the Ring."���Manitoba Free Press  report of March 27th on the Strachan-  Spence entertainment in Winnipeg,  March 26th, 1906.  Greenwood    Liquor   Co.,  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURDOCK MclNTYRE, Prop.  Livery   Equipment,  Horses,   Fu  Includin  Three New Buggies.  As there in   110   Ha  WOO'.! or C.r an  with   Ham  Shop in   cither Green-  en k<, have -.tocked up  Parts.  -Smeller Lake Ice   Delivered 10 Order   Tronip!   Attention   to   orders  at any  hour of tin v or night.  f"MB"->        Phoenix, B. C.  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S.  F. &  N. RY.  Daily  r.r:ive  PHOENIX  Daily  Arrive  ; Spokane.       Seattle,  : Kverctt, lit'Hiugham;  9x0 a.m., VancoiiTc   Victoria,; 6:25 p.m.  ; and all Coast;  . points il;-j^:'   ; Spokane,       Hemic,; ��  9:00  njn j Winnipeg, St. Paul,! 6:25 p.m.    5j  I Minneapolis ] ��  vtrnnd     Forks,    Re-' 3  public, Curlew, Mar-' A.������ ,, ���,     ����  9:00 a.m.  �����sa���d  Kerry (Mid- ".a5 p.m.    |  ; Norihport, Kosslanti; , B  J lb XelsJCL.. : 6'*5 1>-'"     f  9:00 a.m.j Kaslo.  cntidon : 6:25 P m.    ft  Hi.  Sun.I  jJ^Suii^ "  ConLccting at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  2^-OAILY  OVCRLAND   TRAINS���2  From   Spokane  for   Winnipeg, St.  Paul,  Minneapolis, "St.  Louis    Chicngo and   all]  points east.  For complete  information,   rates,   berth  reservations, etc., call on or address,  M. M. STEPHENS, Agent,  Phoenix.  S G  YKRKES.A.. G.P.A.,  Seattle.!  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  .  .Then  buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  Made in Canada..  Fresh Vegetables  Direct From the Farm  to Your Table.     .    .  <#  Will visit Phoenix every Tuesday and Friday with the freshest  and latest productions of the  Kettle River Valley. Rhubarb a  specialty.   Fruit in season.  A. Galloway,  Columbia, B. C.  A Standard Visible Writer.  which i��ivt't> Perfect Work in theshortes-t  time Willi the ureiUi'.st euse of   partition.  Write- for CutaloKi '*  PIONEER PUB. CO.. Agents.  Phoen.it, B. C.  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your   supply   of   Fire   Wood,  cither  for   immediate  use  or for the  future.    All orders promptly filled.  liKNEKAI.    SANITARV    AND    KCAVKNf.KK  WORK  DONK ON SHORT NOTICK.  D. L. Mclntominey  City Scavenger,  TKL. No. H32. 1'ITOKN'IX, B.C.  memsm  i^tSlilliks&'j  Dominion Day Celebration  <^AT PHOENIX, B. C, JULY 2 and 3_^*  Liberal  Prizes   In   All   Events  Base Ball Tournament,  A Long List of  Hose Reel Racing,  Caledonian Sports,  Horse Racing,  Ball in the Evening,  Machine Rock Drilling,  Music by Phoenix Fire Brigade band.  Special Rates On All Railways  For Particulars, Address  & P. ��HEA, Chairman. G  McEACHERN, Sec.  Buster Brown gets off some great  resolutions occasionally. Here is one  that is characteristic :  "Resolved, There are just as good  fish in the sea as ever were caught,  which means, don't worry over the  past but get hu.iy and try again. Failure is experience, and experience is  the best teacher. I'd rather begin  with an honest failure than an undeserved success. One thing I did do,  I. went fishing and came back with  fish. Don't belong lo the excuse  makers, boys���if you can't return with  the goods, don't say anything, but  make up your mind to try again.  Don't make excuses."  Col. Robert Tecumseh Lowery, who  lias started and conducted weekly'papers in Three Forks, Kaslo, Sandon,  N'ew Denver, Nelson, Poplar, Vancouver, Fernie, Greenwood and a few  other places in this province���not to  mention other provinces���was a caller  at the Pioneer's printing palace this  week, on one of his perigrinating trips.  He was just about to seat himself in  the morocco, plush-covered, easy office  chair of the estaolishment, when he  observed a copy of the Ferine Ledger  there. Rising, he remarked, "No.  thank you: 1 do not care to catch  cold."  A man is indeed great when the  world calls him by his front name.  Jim Hill, for instance.��� Greenwood  Ledge.  How about Duncan Ross ?  #ft  Air. Justice Irving has pronounced  the Kamloops court house as unfit to  sit in, stigmatizing it as "smelling to  Heaven." He must have had the  American beef packing trust in  mind.  He must have been a philosopher  who remarked that "The man who  fears that he will do more than his  salary calls for, will never have much  of a salary to call for.''  ,������  For some time past the Anaconda  (B.C.)   News,   published   by   Robert  Reffer, has held the palm for being  the smallest paper in the province. It  will have to surrender that proud  position now, however, as the Golden  Times, with four pages, each 5 'i\6 '..,  las entered the troubled sea of journalism, in opposition to Peck McSwain.  Perhaps like the Grand Forks Evening  Sun, when first started several years  ago, it is taken as a joke', but it may  turn out to be an important feature of  its community, as the Sun has.  A five pound bass is the largest fish  ever taken from Lake Chargoggagmau-  chagogumgamaug, near YVinsted, Conn.  Out in British Columbia we get much  larger fish, but so far none with so  large a name.  Last week's issue of the Pioneer had  the largest circulation ever printed for  a regular issue of this publication ���  and probably of any publication in the  Boundary. A few short of t,ooo copies were printed, the demand being  due to the exhaustive description of  Franklin camp, now coming to the  front so rapidly.  A Spring Tonic.  ALMOST everybody needs a tonic  In the spring. Something to  brace the nerves, invigorate the brain,  and cleanse the blood. That Peruna  possesses such qualities is beyond all  question.  "We have on file thousands of letters  which testify to the curative value of  Peruna in cases of nervous depression and run down conditions of the  system.  A Typical Letter.  Mrs.Ehoda Stufflebeam, Bunch, Iowa,  ���writes:  "For years I suffered with catarrh of  the throat and bronchial tubes.  "I doctored with different physicians,  but kept getting worse all tho time.  Mrs  "This spring I took a cold wnich settled on my lungs. I had snch a congh  I could not rest at night. My friends,  and I myself thought I had consumption.  "A friend advised me to try Peruna.  I bought a bottle and wrote to you for  advice. Before I had taken one bottle,  my cough was better so I concluded to  give it further trial.  "I followed your directions as closely  as possible, and thanks to you and  Peruna, I am a well woman to-day."    '  Peruna never fails to prevent  spring catarrh or nervous prostration, if taken in time.  Ilattio  Xiirmllron.  Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.  One reason why Peruna has found permanent use in so many homes is that it  contains no narcotics of any kind.  Pcrunais perfectly harmless, if taken  according to the directions on each  bottle. So used, it can be taken any  length of time 'without acquiring a  drug habit.  It has no bad effect upon the syBtem,  and gradually eliminates catarrh by removing the cause of catarrh.  There are a multitude of homes "Where  Peruna has been used off and on for  twenty years.  Such a thing could not bo possible  if Peruna contained any drugs of a  harmful nature.  Address Dr. Hartman, President of  tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus.O.  SEE  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork  THROUGH    UTAH    AND     COLORADO  CastK' C.jue, Canon of the   Clraml  Hlack   Ciinon,  M:irsli:'ll and Ten-  IK'-si-'i'    Pavies.    ami    the     World  I'Hinou^ Ko\al floret -  WM NORTHERN  SUMMER  EXCURSIONS.  Phoenix to Chicago, St. Louis, St.E'anl,  Minneapolis, Duluth, Kansas City, St.  Joseph, Leavenworth, Omaha, Council  Blntl's, .Sioux   Citv and   Fort William at  AtlNERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Sovereign" Mineral Claim, situate in the Green*  woorl Milliner Division of Vale District. Where  locate"!:   In Providence cam p.  TAKE NOTICK  that  I,  Isaac   11. Hollett. as  agent for (leorge   W.   Rnmberyer,  Vree   Miner's  Certificate No.   B91423. anil   Harry  Nash,   Kree  Miner's Certificate No   I'.9!57S, intend, sixty days  first    l-hlss    lure    plus   $10    for   tllC round    froln '���": ''ate hereof, to njiply to the Milling   Ke-  , .��� c:   n:..     .l..��~..   T.,l.. 0../1 1   .������������,.    corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  trip.     Selling dates .Iul> 2nd and Aueust I pilrpos. of obtaining a CrownGrunt of theabov-  th. Stli ami 9th, and Sept. 8th and 10th, 1 clain  "OOli for DO llavs, but   not   after   October       And further take notice thU action, under sec  .���51st,    l!H)(i       Ten   days   will   be   al|oweJ j'i?�� 37    muft he commenced before the issuance  from date of  sale  on   going   portion   of 1  tickets.     .Stop-overs   will   be    allowed I  west of Missouri river, St. Paul, Duluth  1 of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this loth day of A'^ril, A.D. i.;o6.  I. II. ii.UI.KrT.  and Fort William  El.KS,  17th   to  For   Descriptive and  Illustrated  write to  i'nttiplets.  VV. C. Mcllride, General Agent,  124 Third Street PORTLAND, OR.  j.V=��'WK��'''��K~"=:-=:  "THE   MILWAUKEE"  ���THE  PIONEER    LIMITED"  CHICAGO.  ST.    PAUL    TO  'Overland    Limited"  Omaha     to    Chicago.  KANSAS   CITY   TO  'SOUTH-WEST LIMITED'  CHICAGO.  No trains in the service on any railroad in the world equals in equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  own sleeping and dining cars and give  their pairons an excellence of service  not obtainable elsewhere.  Berths in their sleepers   are   longer. !  higher  and   wider than in similar cars i  on any other line.    They protect their  trains by the Block system. j  R. T,. VOKI), Commercial Ai;enl.  Room 1, Marble Hank II.iljj.. Spokane Wash. |  U.S. KfllVK, General Ayent. j  l.vi Third Street, I'lvtbiKl. Oregon. !  . ������ 1  EASTIiRN TOWNSHIPS   BANK. j  Dividend So. 93. |  Dkxvkh,   Colo,   .Icji.y  H'tei, 1900.  Sellini; ilates, July 10th and 15th. Go-  in<i   Transit limit, July l'Jth.      Final return limit, Sept. .'iOtli.lDOG  Odd   Fellows,   Toronto,   Ont.,   Skpt.  12-20, 15)06.  Selling dates, Sept. 8th and 10th. Go-  inj; limit, Sept. 22.    Final   return  limit,  Nov. 30th, HHJG.  Knights of I'ithias, New Orleans,  Oct. 15-25th. 1906.  Selling dates, Oct. 7th and 8th. Going  limit, Oct. 10th. Final return limit,  Nov. loth.  For the above meetings, first elass fare  phis :?10.  Children of half age will tike half the  above rules.  S. O. Ykrkks, Asst.-Gen. Puss. Agent,  Seattle, Wash.  M. M.Stkiiikxs. Agent. Phoenix, B.C  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  None I-:.  'Old Bird" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Vale District.Where  located:   In I.oiil; I.nWe Camp  TAKE   NOTICK  that   I,   Isaac II    Hnllrtt. ns  agent for   William   I..  C. Gordon. Free  Miner's  fertificate No. HsS^j:.-,. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply lo the Mining   Recorder for  a Certificate of Im piovemenU, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown tirant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the Usuance  of such Certificate of I mprovemeuts.  Dated this 31st dav of April. A.D. ir,co  34��� I. H. HAI.LKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  90-day Round Trip  Excursions  East  NOTICK.  "Bounty Fractional" Mineral   Claim,  situate  in  the Greeuwoo,! Mining Division   of Vale Dis-  tiict.   Where located:   il:i Wallace Mouuta.u.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Isaac   H     llallett.   Free  Miner's Certificate N.j. Hoijfi. tor myself, and as  j agent for I'hornas   T.   Henderson,   Free   Miner's  ' Cert'.ficate No.   I!s^sc.,t   intend,  sixty  days  from  I date hereof, to apply to the Mniiug   Recorder for  ' a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  [ obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  I     .wid fui tlur take nuti.-e  that action inkier sec-  1 tion 3-/. must be couiuieiirt.d  before  the i suance  j of such i ertitieate of Improvements.  I      Dated this 3'ith dav of March   A D   !9"6.  I " i. II   IIAM.KTT.  I MINERAL ACT.  I Certificate of Improvements.  Notice i? hereby iriven that a Dividend at the rate o'f id^ht |��'i rent. Pit  annum on the Paid-up I'apital Slock  of this Hunk has been declined for the  quarter endii>t;;"0th .lune. 1S0G, and that  the same will lie payable at tbe head  Office and Branches on and after Tuesday, :'.rd   day of .Inly next.  TbeTninsl'er Hooks will be closed from  the 15th to the 301 h June, both days in  elusive.  By order of the Board.  ,1.  MACKINNON,  General Manager.  Sherbrooke, 2'.Hh May, H'Ofi.  There is no Smoke to Equal  ''Kurtz's Own''  "Kurtz's Pioneers"  "Spanish Blossoms"  CIGARS.  Union Made by  KURTZ'S   PIONEER  CIGAR  FACTORY,  WIN Nil'ICC  PAL'  1".    AKTHL'l  DULUTH.  Through   Excursion   Fares  Montreal,  NOTICK.  "Sl!l!!at   I'l.tct:.  rial 'a:,.'  '   !!:!!* T-\-.lct n ul  al" .\tin  era! Cl.l Ills   -1:11 ,!;��� i;i '];. ut< OMiin  M ittin^;  [)ni-i  V,o-   Ih-tiic;,    Where!....  ated.  In  s'^vl.t: n Coup  T.AKI-:  MiTICh : ;������ it  !. Isaac  II.    Haiti  ���t,   Hree  Mint 1 - ' '��� ' 1 n _ :t-   Si',  l:..;.ti-, t' a  tnv^'l  . ami as  lUeut :   I   W. '.::  1:   A .h   ��� ,,11. 1'iee Mine  sCerti-  ric.t-   V.     ''���..   ' .      lit' ���.: '.   -:xlv   ,!:iss   1  i;iii   the  d.ili   1;' !������   :. :      .;>, . <.   '..' : :���.-   Mine^:    Kec  ���rdev lur  < !���: :i:i  .i'i -    ���: !���:' .:���'. ��� 1. . :::^. f >: the pi  iposeol  nil'  11.   Cii'.n t: ..:..! ��� .  ,1 :'.{������ .1! .'W t-|.  MUS.  An.l in: 1 :!' :  t.'i k -- ;m i n .    thai   ai-'.'.iu.u  ulvrsec-  '. I -ri   ; ', mil-!  ' ������ 11 ir. Ill ���.'!:! rii 1 etui ������   Ule  issunnee  i'! ��IK"!:  C IlKlc.iti >   .���'.   I !!i p: i ���'. ell  t Ills.  Dated ll-.i.i i-.:h d.iv    s'Annl.A I). : j.6.  - I-                                                        !   H   llll.  I. HIT.  MINERAL ACT.  - .  Cerlificote of Improvements.  I oronto.  Provinces,    New  application.  Maratiine  Kiitdand    on  .   .   Dates of Sale   .  June 4, 6, 7, _>;��� -\s:  July   -.  7, X, 9; Sept. 8,  10.  Auu.  U8 Cordova SI., W.  VANCOUVER,  V   B. C.  Tickets subjects to the usual varia-  ! lion of route and include meals anil  j berth on Canadian l'iicilic steamers on  ] Great Lakes.  For rates, folders and tickets apply  I to local agent or to  ! A. W. Haley, K. I. Coyi.k,  ! Agent, A.G.I'.Agt.,  ; Phoenix, B.C.     Vancouver, B.C.  j J. S. Cartkk, I). P. A.  ! Nelson. B.C.  NUTICi;  t "Hour law" atni " Lit lie On lies" Mineral' 'In inn.  j siiuate in the C, let. u \ve;id Mining   Ilivi-don "t  I Vale OUt: iet     Where located: 111 IIreeuwo ni  Camp.  TAKH NOTICK that I, Isaac H. Halletl, agent  I W'lUituii J l'urtcr. Free Miner's Certificate  Nn. H.)i>>o, intend sixty days from date hereof.  ! to npply to the Mining Reconlei for Ce titicaten  ; ol" Improvements, for the purpose of ohtaiuing  i Crown Grants ot  the above claims  And further lake notice that acfon. under sec-  I tion .17, must tie commenced before the issuance  { ot such Certificates i f Improvements  Dated this 27th dav ol November. A.D   1905.  I I   II   HALI.KTT  A pencil itiitik here  is iv reminder thnt vour subscription to this paper in  now ptist, due, jviul the publisher will appreciate yonr  prompt attention.        *""  "I0?5:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  f2^_Ttic mo-;! pt-tfcclly appointed Hral-h  find I'leasmc Kc.iiti in the West, with n coin-  plctr Hvstrin vf UiilU- -��� ncWulniy Turkish ntnl  RussiiVn. uprii the yenr round. Tlie curative  properties i>f .is waters are uuei-Uiiled.  Vor OiriMK -ill Kiu'timatic. Nerroiii mid Muscular Troubles.  Kor Healing all Kidu*ry, Liver and iV.oniach  ailments.  Vor Kliuiiu.ittUK :>H MetHM-cfoiiji/1* from the  ���lystein  The Kiumleiir .<! the scriin y i.h iiiiriv.-iltrd  Mountains, midw [.ra'-is, Im e-.l*. lakes, water full.*,  ^t-atniK, yachting, nshtny . ��h>��'l hit:. cxctirstr iw  leuni-*. Its ivinlei t-Itntittr i- tiusiit Pii-srd for  mtldnen- IURKY MclNTOSH,  Proprietor*  \0':  ���h  ?!���  "���(:'  '������'-'������  - 'i  ���;i.  I  14.'  !:i.<  5  f  &���  {  ���j:  ,������'���*'  1  .;.-'.��'.* "���  '   I myy^mm  lift  lllil  ii I'm  !mu  h  -  ^-iv  ���"��� J-    ���  THE PHOENIX flONKHB.  Invest  >ur  Money  In Such Legitimate Shares  as  Will Prove  an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.  Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW". Real  estate was never so low, and money will be made in buying business and residential property. Every residence  in Phoenix is rented. Business is good. Buy now, and  get the advance.  In and Around Phoenix  m  BRIKF  TOPICS   OF  LOCAL   \SD   GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  Lowney's chocolates at Boyle's. I     Boyle, the Druggist.  The old reliable,   Boyle the   Drug-  J     J. L. Martin will  I Coal shares.  MINING CLAIMS AND STOCKS A SPECIALTY  Idaho Sfochs Will Bring Quich Returns.  Will Sell Today;  G rati by ;....��� ���,,���  Dominion ��� 'J."  International Coal...'.."  Alhambra (Coeur d'A.)..  Copper King   Oro i>enoro.��   Burke, ���   Bullion   Happy Day.. ���..'.'.".  Heckla.   Idaho Mont. S   Sonora (Coeur d'A.)_.  Snow Storm   Stuart._ _    Furnace Cr. (Caia.'j   Sullivan.   Stvlarlr  .   J.   L..  MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to-Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B. C  is:  Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C.     .  .. J. A  McMASTER  Proprietor.  Hannam's milk suffers no   addition  or subtraction.  New and second   hand goods   sold  by R. J. Gardner.  See Miss   McDonald,   milliner,   for  Singer sewing machines and supplies,   j  Miners,  attention.      If   you   want I  solid comfort, stay at Hotel Brooklyn.  I     Sewing machines   to   rent,   $3   per  [ month. See Miss McDonald,   milliner.  For Sale.���Old Miners' Union hall.  Apply to John Mclnnis, chaiiman  Board ol Trustees. j  David Oxley is putting in two small  stores on Knob Hill avenue, adjoining  the Summit hotel.  Business with the C. P. R. at Phoenix has increased to such an extent  that Agent Haley has been given another clerk.  A. S. Hood is manufacturers agent  for"Pharaoh "and '���Pebble''cigars. Mail  orders promptly filled in any quantises at factory prices.  Sarsapanlla, as every one knows, is  the best spring tonic. Ask for Churchill's. One hundred doses for one dollar at Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  Austin    Lewis,  Socialist   lawyer,  buy  International  Purity first consideration  the Druggist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist,   at Ins office  Bank block, June 10th to  14th.  Special attention given to Miners  I Dinner Buckets at Hotel Brooklyn.  Prescriptions a specialty at   Boyle's.  Palmer Cook has purchased the  residence of John A. Miller, on upper  Old Ironsides avenue.  the San Francisco f'j  , . , lectured in Miners'  Union hall last Saturday evening to a  large audience. The lecture was al  most entirely about the re< nit earthquake in T'risco, and was interspersed  with many anecdotes of that iv.rrible  occasion.  L. V. Birnie has received word from  Vernon that some copper claims on  Okanagan lake, about ten miles from  Vernon, in which he has an interest,  have been bonded to Louis Pratt,  manager of the Last Chance mine,  and N. J. Cavanaugh, of the Slocan  Star, Sandon, who will arrange for an 1  early start on development work.  U't  select  KODAKS  JUST A WORD ABOUT KlIOS AND WHERE TO BUY TilI'M  have just received another shipment of Tapling & .Sons  I  ���ing., world famed Rugs, Velvet Rugs. There is no   richer   look,' '!," |>"*'  than avelvet, and the line wc handle is the best.     Rich  smooth   -"' r  elegant new patterns three sizes, prices $22 to $30. ' '     c">  Tapestry Rugs, good quality, a range  of  choice   patterns to  from, all sizes, prices, $6.50 to $17.00.  Dover-Rugs, 26x60, a good serviceable Rug, $1.50  Sarony Rugs, 28x60, colors txd, blue and green, $4.7-.  Bagdad Rugs, 36x60, beautiful patterns and color effeeu  v.-,.,.,   1  quality, price $10.00. *   Cr>   **��  1000 yds. carpets, Velvets, Brussels, and Unions, per yd 6-c u t  Slair carpels, per yard   65c. '   �� ' * ' *'-5��.  .    .    BINN*   .    ,  FURNITURE. UNDFRTA    w  **"*-���  Uu.^<V^^^^/^uj^|>^j^/^iU^^i.^//') ttttt^ 'U^S *^^^- Uj^> luuy ^^^> ^^u^ \^^u- \Utt^ UlM/ '���AMfV *IAjM/ VkM^  I dominion IDotel  a*   m  m  m  ��l&Jfrrcmsibes H\>e.,  This la the Largest Hotel in the City  and has been improved and refitted,  being well adapted for mining and  travelling men. Bathroom. Bar well  ���locked with choice goods. Dining  Koom undei personal charge of the  proprietress.  0  flbboenir, J3.G. I  Mrs. P. L.  TiLKPHONe No. 77.  McKELVEY, Prop.  Mff iittpHONE No. 77. Sjg  t-��" 1  ~~ ��� ���������������   m  Many are looking forward to the  Strachan-Spence entertainment, to be  given at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening, June 27th.  Wet weather this week bothered the  crew putting in the side pole line for  the Cascade Water, Power & Light  Co., around the Rawhide mine glory  hole,  The arrival of a little daughter glad-|  dened the hearts   of Mr. and   Mrs. J.  .��. W. Thompson  Sunday,   the event  taking place at   the  Phoenix General  hospital.  Plans have been drawn for the new  postoffice and custom house in Phoenix, which is expected to be located  opposite Miners' Union hall on Aetna  avenue, almost adjoining the Pioneer  block. It will be a one-story structure.  R. V. Chisholm, of the Hotel Alex-  I ander, has taken a lease on  the   Delahay apartment house.  When feeling like having just a  wee drappe Scotch, call at the Brooklyn and have a wee taste McCallum's  Perfection.  L. Liljenberg has leased the Victoria house on Old Ironsides avenue,  from George Huston, and expects to  be ready for business next week.  A. Galloway, from Grand Forks,  was in town this week, with the first  of his home-grown strawberries, and  will hereafter make trips to Phoenix  twice weekly with his fruit.  That Back Yard Assessment.     Our  to our  CAMERAS  and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES,  andean furnish anything wanted in  this line, for the amateur or professional.    Call and see our lines.  Also large stock   of  local   views   to  send to friends.  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop-   -  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining  room.     Large,   airy   and  well   furnished  rooms.  Dominion Avenue ... Phoenix, B C.  Chloride of Lime, at 25c.  a can, and  Crude   Carbolic   Acid, at 25c. a pint,  will do the work in twenty-four hours.  I���Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  If you want deeds, mortgages,  leases, bills of sale, agreements or  documents of any kind promptly and  carefully prepared, go to A. S. Hood,  Notary Public, Bank Block.  Rev. J. Wesley Miller, B. A , is now  installed as" supply at the Methodist  church, in the absence of Rev. J.  Wellesley Whittaker, B. A., who is  taking a vacation, visiting his old home  in England, till September.  Ndbe Bros. J 5m it h 11 Phoenix Bee*  LIMITED.  Stationery,    Wall Paper,  Fancy Goods, Etc.  Agent  for   Mason   &   Risch   Pianos.  J    i    ,    , I  As made by the present brewer   is   admittedly the 0  Best Beer in the Boundary.    With the   Best   Malt t  and the Purest Spring Water it   is   unexcelled   for .  quality.      T-���   ���   u-"'       ���"'""   Insist   on  unexcelled  having  PHOENIX   UK I  THE   ONLY   FIRST-CLASS    AND   UP-TODATE  >     HOTEL   IN   PHOEN1  ���ttw r*om onui to *oor  ���  ���ear luni ��oous m th��  ���oundaiv  o��w��mr nin hohthiin  STATION  *  ���ATtMOOUa    IN   0ONNIOTION  JAMES MARSHALL, Proprietor  lpboenfy, B.C.  The staff of the Phoenix General  hospital gave an impromptu dance at  Miners' Union hall Wednesday evening, which was much enjoyed by the  goodly number present. It was intended to give it in the main ward of  the hospital, but the arrival of a couple  of patients necessitated a change of  plans.  Next Monday evening a meeting of  the celebration committee will be held  at the city hall. More subscriptions  to the fund have been made almost  daily, and on Monday the committee  will call on allsubcnbeirs to cash up.  Everything is working out satisfactorily  for a big time on the 2d and 3d of  July here.  Charles Anderson, a miner, formerly  employed in Phoenix, after working  two days at the St. Eugene mine at  Moyie, was killed there last week  Thursday by an explosion. He was  26 years of age, and leaves a wife in  Sweden.  Si-king Watkk Ice for Sale. Bottled Bekr anu Portkk.  Phoenix  Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Proprietors  Offick an'h Brkwery,-Banner St  PHOENIX, B.C.  83��������!-��^^  Boundary Side Lights  Greenwood's band cleared  $100  at  the benefit dance last week.  0 !> m 1 g  ICECREAM|The Finish  Mrs. Silas Smith of Phoenix and  Mrs. Roland Goose of Rossland, received on Friday last the sad news of  the death of their father, Dr. R. M.  Nelson, of Newfoundland. Dr. Nelson also leaves a widow and a son  in Newfoundland. Mrs. G. O. Buchanan and Miss Sarah Nelson, residing in Kaslo, B. C, are sisters of the  late Dr. Nelson.  Members of the Phoenix Fire Brigade Band are' hoping for a large attendance at the ball to be given by the  organization next 'Wednesday at  Miners' Union hall. No subscriptions  have been asked of the public to pay  the balance on the new set of instruments recently purchased, and the  boys trust that every one in Phoenix  will purchase a ticket and attend.  Born, in Grand Forks, Monday,  June 1 r, to the wife of Jeffery Ham-  mar, a daughter.  J. W. Ellis, of the staff of the  Greenwood Times, was presented with  a son by his wife, a few days ago.  The Franklin camp stage now leaves  Grand Forks thrice weekly. Last Saturday the stage had ten passengers.  Alderman D. J. Sullivan, of Greenwood, was married last week in that  city to Miss Violet Holmes, of Chesaw.  Land sale for unpaid taxes will be  held by the city of Greenwood on  July 23d, the list occupying six columns in the Times of that  city.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  has cruisers in the field securing the  best of the timber limits up the North  Fork of the Kettle river. It is understood that this company is taking over  the Boulais sawmill at  Danville.  YOUNG AD.UIKh.KS  follow in the footstei<s 01* their elders.  It's born in you to love beautiful jewelry  and-tlie desire should be encouraged in  a proper manner.  RINGS, CHAINS AND LOCKKTS  are :v part of the feature of our new  stock for .��print;. They're very pietty  and extremely reasonable. It's almost  cheaper to buy than not to. tine for  yourself.   That will settle it.  Clothing!  GEORGE E. DEY,  JEWELER,  Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  ARE WE BM? YES.  But not too busy to  handle more orders   for  High Grade custom  Suits. You will never  find a better time to  order a suit than now.  We guarantee lit in any  respect and have a large  stock of goods to select  from.  You should have new  togs for the Celebration.  mo us  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively.  1  BIRN1K   HI.OCK.  KNOB  IIILI. AVE.,  I'HOKXIX.  ����6*'����i'ii  Real  Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in  leading mines bought and sold.  ill  the  OPENING MINERS'  UNION OPERA HOUSE  Fresh made  Candy  Cakes and  Bread  Draisey's   Candy  Kitchen*  Next to Knob Hill Cafe  First Street  We can save you money  on your Laundry Bill,  and do the work  promptly in First=  Class Style. .  . .  Wagon calls in  any  part  of Phoenix  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and   Saturdays, and we make a specialty  of Short  Orders   when  desired.  'PHONE 59,  GREENWOOD.  Greenwood   Steam    Laundry  GREENWOOD, B. C  IN, ext week Friday the junior division  of the public school will close for the  summer vacation, one week ahead of  the usual time. Miss Wall, the teacher,  takes that week to attend the teachers  institute at Victoria, afterwards going  lo her home in Vancouver. Special  exercises will be held Friday after  ���, . I n.oon in M��ss Wall's   room, but   Prin-  ofaraceiswatched  c.pal Thornber's  pupils   will   not   be  with  anxious   ex-   dismissed till the following week,  pectancy by those  who have  money  at stake on the result. It's the same  way in   shopping.  Vou want a good  finish    in    everything   purchased.  If you are buying  Jfranr  of us you are sure  of good finish and  full value on each  purchase. This  assurance is valuable. Everytime  you buy of us  you're making a  "good finish."  :. A. BLACK  ==:THE JEWELEfi:-.  Kojil/jiiii Ave., Phoenix, B.C  City Council.  The followiug notes of  last   week's  meeting   of   the   city   council    were  crowded out of our last issue:  The  city assessor was  directed   to  begin the work of preparing the assessment  rolls   for  the year 1906   by the  7th of June, and to report  the  same  tc the council by July 4th.   He is also  to prepare the assessment roll  for  the  enlarged Phoenix school district, and  was authorized to go  to   Rossland   to  procure a transcript of the   provincial  assessment   roll   for   the   purpose    of  making up his new school district assessment roll.  On a petition from residents and  ratepayers from the west end of Brooklyn avenue, the board of works was  authorized to have the city team and  two men work on that street for 20  days, in making improvements.  Tire city clerk was directed to charge  the cost of the damage to Banner  street, resulting from a broken water  main, to the Phoenix Electric Lighting  Co., the amount being $15.  A road scraper was ordered purchased, a sidewalk ordered laid in  front of the new Oxley building on  First street, and D. L. Mclntorniney  was appointed city scavenger, with a  bond of $200, to be subject to the  same rules and regulations as his pre-  j decessor, J. B. Macaulay.  Large Audience Was Present  Last Night.  As the Pioneer was being printed  last evening, the formal opening of the  new Miners' Union Opera house was  being held, and a large audience was  present in the spacious auditorium.  The programme was arranged by local  talent entirely, and nearly everybody  turned out to help the cause along.  Following is the programme prepared  for the occasion :  r. Chorus, "Sailing," with song and  dance, "Here Comes a Sailor."  2. Piano Solo,  Miss Targett.  3. Solo,   "The    Lighthouse    Bell,"  George D. Turner.  4. "Scotch Character Dance  in costume, Percy Wilkinson.  5. Solo, "Adrift," Robt. Horrell.  6. Recitation and Dance, "The  Minuet,' Jean  Crawford.  7. Quartette, "Stars of the Summer  Night," Messrs. Horrell, Crawford  Jackson and Turner.  8. Farce Comedy, "Gertrude Mason,  M. D.,"��� Gertrude Mason, M. D.,  Mrs. W. J. Cramer; Bertha Lawrence  and Ella Grey (her friends) Miss L.  Moser, Mrs. J. N. Campbell; Miss  Jane Tompkins, aged spinster, Miss  Leita Wallace; Mrs, Van Style, Miss  K. Clark; Nora, Mrs. I. Crawford;  Marie, Mrs. J. A. Morrin.  9. Solo, Mrs. Knott.  ro. Comic Song,  Leslie Walter.  n. Quartette,    "A   Soldier's   Fare-|)J  we'd," Messrs. Horrell, Crawford, Jackson and Turner.  12. Solo, "Down Among the Dead  Men," Robt. Thompson.  13. Comic Song, Chinese character,  Alfred Baglow.  14. Baton   Swinging,   Claude   Mc-  Astocker.  15. Comic Song "What Did I Do,"  Harry Jackson.  16. Chorus, "Auld Lang Syne."  God Save the King  We are also agents for the fa  20tb CENTURY  BHAWD OF  Men's Fine  G.W. Rumberger   3? ; ���   Information   about   Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion  Ave,  Telephone No. 28.  *a* Phoenix, B.C  Tailored    Garments  The best of its kind in Canada.  Closing out our stock  of Hats. Choice Goods,  and   only  $1.00   each.  R. HORRELL  "Bob, the Tailor"  Knob Hill Ave.        PHOENIX, B.C.'  ^        PALACE MEAT MARKET  DOMINION   >VK.,  I'HOENIX,  B.C.  Fresh and  Salt Meats.  Tii. No. 12. Fish,   Poultry and  Oysters.  D. J.  I'UJKI.ITV     lin.MIS,  atheson  3n��unmce Htjent  KIIJK.       i.ii-i:  AMI  ACC'IllF.V'l.  CUM.MIS.1IONKR    l-'Oll  I'l.ATIi   OI.ASS  AI'1'IDAVIT.S  TAKI.VC  PHOENIX,  illiam i^nnUt (Est. 4&h  Bnmiiium Aurmtr.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  The  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date   suit   you   will  ���   find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for  spring.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts Vou will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf  and negligee   with   attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats    A large assortment,  just   in,   of  those   new  spring   blocks, in Black  and Brown, also a nice range  of  straw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  sec them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.  Boy StfitS  A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks   and   three  piece suits, stvlish.  See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Undenve-ir, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  WLLIAM HUNTER CO., LTa


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