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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 24, 1905

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Array Boundary Mines Produced ������$12,500,000 in  value within five years.  ���  totiect  Phoenix >^**  *���  -������Js-y,-,  ar   ���vrtP*l*Ssf>, Mining  AND  BOUNDARY I MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  ���^"^'^^���'W^Xnp" of Boundary*  ���3-  JUN271B05     ^|  I ��� o-/  Vol. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1905.  No. 33  Ir^-Sr  tie Best of Everythin  ���   1   -J ������'������-..IT .'   ���TI-  s ror tie Mrs  li  We invite you to come at once and  select. your requirements from the  following: ........  Ladies'Shirt Waists ! New Wash Neckwear  We are showing much  the finest line in the above  we have eyer had in stock  ranging in price from ���  75c. to $4.00  Just received 10 dozen of the above in the very  newest . designs, selling  rapidly at 25c. to $1.50  each.  THE    BMG    tST'OR-El.  Silk Parasols  This season "we are showing a  much larger range of Parasols  than hitherto, hxthe very latest  creations ���- plain colorings,  Navy, Black, Brown, Green,  also Persian designs. Price  within.f reach of everybody  from $2.00 to $6.00.  In our  Gents^^Furnishihg Dept.  the stock is complete and up=to=date.  See our Show Windows.  Grocery leps.  Swift's Premium Bacon  Swift's Cooked Ashland Hams.  Swift's Summer Sausage  Swift's Pigs Feet  These are particularly appetizing.  Slimmer Drinks  Sovereign Brand      || IIhe's  Lime Juice     i| Koot Hecr  Regular shipments of Strawberries, Oranges, Bananas,  Lemons and Lettuce, Spinach,  Onions, Rhubarb, and Turnips  direct from the growers.  Everything inHard-  Fruit Jars all Sizes.  BROOKLYN TO  START AGAIN  D.  D. Mann President of New  Company.  Important  Mines  Will   Soon  Be in Operation.  ��� ���������������������'  COMING AND GOING  It is now definitely known that the  plan announced some time ago, and  published in the Pioneer, by which the  Dominion Copper Co. takes over the  properties of the Montreal & "Boston  Consolidated, has materialized, that a  meeting of those interested in the east  has been held, and new officers have  been chosen. D. I). Mann is president of the new company, and \V. H.  Moore is secretary. The names ofthe  other officials have not yet been given  out.  The meaning of this, which was. received by wire here this week from the  east, is that the Brooklyn group of  mines in this camp, and Boundary  Falls smelter will once more be operated to the fullest capacity, and in fac  the capacity increased. The exact  date for the reopening of the mines is  not known, but it is confidently be  lieved to be within a few weeks, and  possibly sooner.  The following dispatch has been  published regarding the new arrangements of Montreal & Boston :  New York, June 21.���The . new  management of the Montreal & Boston  Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company has announced the sale'of -its  mines and property to the Dominion  Copper Company and that the latter is  about to make an issue of bonds to  amount of $1,500,000 to discharge the  [last debts of the Montreal & Boston  and for further development and improvement.  GRANT MORE COUNTRY LICENSES.  Bauarfary  Creek  Commissioner*   Mel   Here  on Wednesday.  Wednesday afternoon the board of  license commissioners for lhe Boundary Creek license district met in  Black's hotel, pursuant to adjournment  at Grand Forks,, there being present  Chairman Ernest Miller, Arthur W.  Lawderand M. D, White, all of Grand  Forks, and the chief license inspector,  D. J. Darraugh, of Eholt. The following were granted renewals of retail  liquor licenses: J. A. McMaster for  Union hotel, Eholt; J. A. Rendell,  Northern hotel,'" Eholt; Norman II.  Luce, Summit hotel, Eholt; Thomas  Wake, Boundary Falls hotel, Boundary  Falls; M. W. Ludlow, Windsor hotel,  Denoro; Hans 1\ ter Thompson, Yen-  dome'hotel, Anaconda. J. P. Black  withdrew his application for a lie^n e  for the Columbia hotel, Eholt, and C.  H. Thomet withdrew his for the Oakland hotel, Midway. The board adjourned to meet again June 24th, at 11  am. at Grand Forks.  The most knotty question the hoard  has had to deal with was whether two  licenses shutild be given at Cascade,  the inspector recommending but a  single license there. Chas. H.Thomas,  who has conducted lhe Cascade hotel  there for seven or eight years, ;uked  for one, and J. A. Bertois, who secured one last year for his B. C. hotel,  also wished a license. Altogether the  present payroll at Cascade runs fiom  40 to 50 men. In the early boom days  there were 17 licenses.  So far in a week four meetings have  been held of the commissioners, with  another for today, when the Cascade  business is to be settled. At Tuesday's meeting at Grand Forks, the  Cascide matter brought out an array  of legal talent. J. A. McDonald, ol  Rossland, leader of the provincial opposition, and H. C. Hannington, of  Grand Forks, was there to look out for  the interests of Mr. Bertois. while C.  A. Sutton, of Grand Forks, represented  Mr. Thomas.  Mike Callahan Returned this week  from a visit to Spokane.  *T -.���      ...   )fJ  .'--al .   .,  I. B. Morrison, v starts Monday on  a trip to the booming town/of -H'edley.  Neil McCalluni, of G/and Forks,  spent a day or, two iri'the city this  week.  Mrs. W. S. Doyle started Wednesday on a visit to friends at Sheboygan,  Michigan. , :  William S. Torney, proprietor ofthe  Union hotel at Eholt, was in the city  last Wednesday.  .'  A. B, W. Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby Co., went lo  Spokane yesterday.  Julius Ehrlich ^sent his wife and  family to Colfax'/ this week to spend  the summer with relatives.  Mrs. S. A. Grierson and children,  of Greenwood, left over the Gt. Northern Wednesday for Duluth.  J. G. Whitacre, of Nelson, who disposes of a carload of piaiios now and  then, was in camp Tuesday.  Mrs. John Y. Hill and family .went  over to Rossland last Monday, where  they will make their home.  Hugh McGuire wiio is now conducting one of the lively hotels in Oroville, was here early this week.  Right of Way Agent Snapp, of the  Great Norihern, came in on Thursday's train, and proceeded west.  R. L. Botsford registered from the  far distant clime of Sarawak, Borneo,  at the Hotel Balmoral this week.  Smith Curtis, of Rossland, was a  visitor in the city -Monday, on one of  his periodical business trips' to the  Boundary. "  A. F. McMillan left Thursday on a  trip to Lethbridge.and points further  east,   after spending nearly two weeks  here.  E. W: Monk, representative for the  Kootenays for thi Hamilton Powder  Co., was over from: Nelson Thursday  on one of his regular visits.  E. G. Warren, the manager of the  Greenwood Electric Co., has returned  from a trip to- Quebec, -having been  accompanied by Mrs. Warren.  H A. Small, the veteran tra\eller of  Vancouver, and who claims to be the  first to sell a bill of goods in Phoenix,  was a caller on local firms this week,  after an extended seige of illness.  Gilbert McEachran, manager for the  Cascade power concern in Phoenix,  started Monday aver the Great Northern for a two or three weeks' vacation  to his old home at Mt. Forrest, Ont.  Sidney Rosenhaupt, one of the offi  cials of the Spokane-Boundary Mining  Co., Ltd., which is operating lhe Last  Chance mine, a short distance below  the city, came in Monday on a visit of  inspection.  W. J. Prendergast and Robert G.  Mack returned Monday from a trip to  Franklin camp, North Fork of Kettle  river district, where they made some  locations in the two weeks they were  gone.  A party consisting of W. McNeil, S.  Pendergast and J. S. Cooper, of Salik  Centre, Minn., and L. D. Brown, of  Little Falls, Minn., spent a day in the  city this wsek, on the way to Bolster,  Wash., where they are interested in the  Rainbow group of claims. While here  they visited the Granby mines.  PAT DERMODY  WAS IN JAIL  And Other  Ex-Employees ol  Providence Co.  Boundary lining Notes  New Directors Insist on Running Things.  L. B. Hodge, local manager of the  B. C. Telephone Co., left last week  with Mrs. Hodge on a three months'  visit (0 Scotland.  Great Northern engineers were cross-  sectioning on Dominion avenue yesterday, and' Monday Contractor Fisher  will commence the work of completing  the grading that the railway left uncompleted last winter on Dominion  avenue and School street.  Court ol Revision Held.  Thursday the annual court of revision, to hear objections, if any, to the  tax rolls as made by Assessor Mathison, for the year 1905, was held at the  city hall. Aldermen Birnie, Brown  and Carson were present, the former  being chosen as chairman. One or  two objections to the assessment were  made, hut the court finally decided  that the city assessor had placed  equitable valuations and confirmed the  entire roll.  The assessment of the city for 1905,  according to sub-divisions, is as follows :  Imp.  Rmiibergur. . .$ 4(1,41H)  Old Ironsides.    (15,100  I "ominicm Copper      4,700  Land     Total  $50,875 $ 1)7,275  811,050   154,150  21,250     25,1)50  Total .f 1H��,200   $1(11,175 $277,375  No Charge 10 Ladle* on Opening Day.  Since the opening of Ihe new bowl  ing alleys late last week, R. H. Kara-  tofsky reports that interest in the sport  is increasing every day, the alleys being patronized almost all the time by  the young, the old and the middle  aged. Mr. Karatofsky says that he  does not wish to deprive the ladies of  a chance to enjoy this healthful exercise, and will set apart Tuesday afternoons lor the exclusive use of the fair  sex. Next Tuesday will be the first  ladies' day, and there will be no charge  of any kind on this opening day for  the use of the alleys by the ladies,  the hours being from two to six.  The ioneer was informed yesterday that Patrick J."' Dermody, formerly  foreman of the Granby mines, but latterly occupying a similar position at  the 'Providence mine, was reposing behind the steel bars of the 'city jail at  Greenwood. Not only that, but he  declined to come forth, seemingly enjoying his surroundings to the utmost.  In addition to this, John Beck, the  new foreman for the Providence, was  arrested for assault by one Angrignon,  a'former employee of the mine, and  also put in jail, but was bailed out. All  told, there were half a dozen or more  miners accepting the hospitality of the  Gieenwood bastile for a time.  It all came about because of the  sudden change In management last  week, by which W. S. Macy was made  managing director, in place of Mark  F. Madden, of Chicago, and W. M,  Law secretary, in place of W. T. Hunter, of Greenwood. When this was  done .Mr. Dermody was told that no  special change in the operation of the  mine was intended, but that he must  take orders from Mr. Macy. When  the latter asked for the paysheets to  settle with ihe miners, Mr. Dermody  refused to give them up, but.he and  Mi. Hunter certified to them, and the  latter gave his personal checks for the  amounts, taking an assignment from  lhe men. Then something was doing  without delay. Mr. Macy discharged  Mr. Dermody, and appointed John  Beck in his stead. Later Mr. Dermody insisted on staying on the company's ground, and was arrested for  trespass. When no charge-was made  against him, he A'as told he could go,  but after consulting with Solicitor Hallett, he decided that he enjoyed the  atmosphere of the Greenwood strong  room so much that he would stay there  for a time.  The Greenwood directors and shareholders wish to see the rich Providence  mine worked and pay dividends once  more, as it did when they conducted it  before, and as it has failed to do since  the Chicago people took the management last fall. They also wish to be  given a square deal all around, and  assert they have not had it, by a good  deal. Having allowed things to run  in Hhat unsatisfactory way for months,  they are determined now to take hold  themselves within the limits of the  law, and force a square deal. The  Madden end has not been heard from  yet, but doubtless will be shortly, and  more developments will come up.  G. W. Cornish has bonded the  Capital Prize, adjoining the Helen.  The Providence mine is once-more  on the shipping iist, and the Skylark  is shipping again this week.  It has been decided not to make  any morr. shipments from the Last  Chance for a month or two, but to  place all the men on development,  Frederic Keffer, manager of the  ���British Columbia Copper Co., was in  the city last Saturday on his way to  New York, where he goes to meet the  directors of the company.  Unwatering of the Jewel, in Long  Lake camp, has been finished, and the  property sampled by engineers for the  LeR'oi No. 2 at Rossland, with a view  to. taking a bond.  ,  On the Crescent and Preston, adjoining, there is great activity, and  systematic development is being prosecuted on both properties. Both mines  will probably do some shipping before the summer i.s out.  A rumor was current last week that  the Granby Co. had made an offer of  $480,000 for the Brooklyn group in  case the Montreal & Boston capitalists-  did not take up their p?st due bond.  No confirmation of the report could be  secured.   ���'���,������  This week the Grea- Northern  placed in use the first of the new and  larger steel ore cars, for the run i;e  tween Phoenix and the Granby smel  ter. " They are built to hold 50 tons  each, but will easily carry ten or fifteen  tons more, and are labeled with the  V., V. and E. title.  Walter G. Perkins, formerly head  assayer at the Granby smelter, and  later assistant superintendent of the  Northport smelter has accepted a posi  tion as superintendent of a new smel  ter to be built in Nevada by capitalists  for whom John H. MacKenzie, formerly manager of the LeRoi, is acting.  BUILD FROM  MIDWAY WEST  Said to Be the Plan of the  V., V. & E.  Steel Ordered Laid on Line  From Curlew.  Whether anything is done at Ottawa  or not regarding the V., V. & E. charter, it now sterns certain that the link  in the line from Midway to Oroville  will be constructed without further delay. Porter Brothers have received  orders to lay the steel on the 14 mile  stretch from Curlew to Midway, as  soon as possible. This piece was  graded last summer, but the iron was  hot put down then. Recently the  railway physician has been in Midway  looking up a site for a construction  hospital, contractors have been renting  buildings there, and the long desired  and long deferred work is, seemingly,  about to begin.  The Pioneer is informed that the  construction on this side of the line  has been let to J. \V. Stewart, and  that the work will be in charge of Mr.  Stewart's partner and brother-in-law,  Patrick Welch, who hadcharge of the  construction on the Phoenix extension  last year. >.  As to the construction of the line  from Midway to Greenwood and thence  to a connection with the present Phoenix branch at Summit camp, nothing  has been learned, but this is also believed to be part of the programme.  PLANS FOR THE  MINING ENGINEERS.  American Institute Here Next  Thursday.  Next week Thursday the party of  American Institute of Mining Engineers will visit the Boundary, on their  way to Yictoria, where the annual  meeting will be held, followed by a  trip to Alaska and the Klondike. Before coming to the Boundary the party  of from 100 to 200 will visit Nelson  and Rossland each for a day. In  Nelson they will be given a trip on  Kootenay lake, and in Rossland they  will see some of the mines and perhaps  visit the Trail smelter.  Arriving in Grand Forks early  Thursday morning, the special solid  train of Pullmans will be switched to  the Granby smeller, and Supt. Hodges,  of the Granby Co., will have charge of  the party. They will be shown through  the extensive reduction works, and be  served with a lunch at the smelter,  after which a special train i.s expei ted  to bring the engineers and their wives  to I'hoenix, arriving here early in ihe  afternoon. When the mines here have  been seen, in the course of two or  three hours, the party will return to the  Granby smelter, and late that night go  on to the coast. If possible, a banquet will be served iu their honor at  Grand Folks, and Mr. Hodges, a  member of the institute, will go to  Victoria with the party, and attend tlie  .sessions.  MINERS' UNION BUYS OPERA HOUSE SITE  Selects Corner ���! Kmb Kub  Hill Aveaae  ���at ScbMl Street.  No small amount of interest has  been shown locally over the location  of the new opera house and hall, to be  erected this summer by . Phoenix  Miners' Union." After several sites  had been considered, the choice narrowed down to the northwest corner  of Montezuma street and Dominion  avenue, or the northeast corner of  Knob Hill avenue and School street,  each site haying exactly 50x100 feet.  The first named would have cut into  the skating rink, and the latter is opposite the public school. The first  site would have cost the union $300,  and the latter $500, these figures being  nominal.  In order to settle the matter so that  every member of the union should  have a voice, it was decided at last  Saturday night's meeting of the union  to have a ballot on the question. This  was taken by the union on Tuesday,  and resulted in 43 votes being cast in  favor of the Dominion avenue site and  1 s 1 votes for the other location, which  was owned by A. F. McMillan.  Thursday Mr. McMillan informed  the Pioneer that the deed foe the property had been made out and is in the  bank, and part of the purchase price  has been paid. The contract calls for  the  beginning   of   work  on the new: drawn   up   in  a manner  that would  Will Vltit R��mWIc.  At a regular meeting of the Phoenix  Athletic Association, held Wednesday  evening, it was decided to accept the  invitation to go to Republic on July  4th with a hose team and compete for  the $50 and $25 prizes for hose reel  racing. It is expected also that a team  from Grand Forks, and possibly one  from Greenwood, will be present, the  Greenwood band also going. A special  train will be run from Phoenix to accommodate those who wish to attend  the celebration in Uncle Sam's country on that day. The team that will  visit Republic is expected to be made  up of the following: H. A. Munroe,  W. X. McDonald, Percy Wilkinson, J.  O.Church, Palmer Cook, Wm. Hower,  Bert Samworth, Jas. Morgan, W. J.  Prendergast and Frank Kester, with  O. N. Galer as manager.  The association decided not to accept the invitation to go to Nelson on  Dominion day' and compete in the  hose reel races, for the reason that it  was thought that the   rules  had  been  building within sixty days, and that  the building shall cost not less than  $6,000. It is more than likely that a  buildinu costing $8,000 will be erected. It will face on three streets,  Knob Hill, School and Aetna avenue,  and be within 100 feet ofthe Pioneer.  specially favor the Nelson team.  Lateit Fried lo Metali.  Nhw York���Copper, electrolytic, $15.-  00@$15.25; lake, $I5 00@ 16.25  Bar Sliver, bHJi  ��m1. M.SOsI $4(50,  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  ,       The following table jivei the ore shipments of Boundarv mines  lor 1900,   for nci 10  iuo2 for 1903 for 1904, ami 1905. as reported to the Phoenix Piouecr���  I  Mink. Camp.        1000  Granby Mines plioenit   64,s.".3  Snowshoe Phoenix        297  ��� 11  C Copper Co.  ��� Mother I.ode Deadwood  4**> Bonnie Bdle Deadwood  $ Montreal & Uostou Con.  A    Brooklyn-Stemwinder Phoenix  T    Rawhide phoenix  V Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose.....' Summit  Athclstan-Jackpot Wellington  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stemwinder d'mp..rhocn[x  Morrison Deadwood  4} 1*. C. Mine Summit  A R. Bell Summit  Km ma Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Kogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  4} Sulphur King Summit  A Winnipeg Wellington  Jk Golden Crown Wellington  X King Solomon W. Copper     T No. 7 Mine Central      i City or Palis White's    Jewel Lone Lake 160  Carmi Weal Fork    Providence Providence      Htkhorn providence      Skylark Skylark      Last Chance Skylark     E. P. U. Mine Skylaik      Bay Skylark     Ruby Boundary Falls      , Republic Boundary Falls      Y Miscellaneous      3,330  1901  131,762  I.7JJ  1902       1903        1004  309,858   393,718   549.703  20,$O0       71,213          5.3��o  99,034  141,320  13S,��79  174,398  802  7.4S5  15.731  5.S46  3,350  55"  150  4.506  6,400  150  14,811  560  ��,53"  3.339  19,365  33,937  15.537  303  '9.494  47.405  650  37.S-*o  16,400  222  364  1,076  2,350  1,040  7��5  *3S  3.435  80,852     3 584 ,  43.179  23305  855  4,059  875  665  2,000  3SO  482  2,060  890  219  993  400  167  726  325  52  50  300  80  335  500  60  750  Total, tons.    96,60-)  > Smelter treatment���  Granby Co....-    62.387   230,828  B.C. Copper Co    ��� -   117,611  Montreal & Boston Con...   3.450  390,800    50S.876    690,419    829,808   442.S.14    l6.3;.�� *  312,340 401,911 596,253  148,600 162,913 210,484       132570     30.930  4} Total reduced    62,3*9   ;jS.439   460,940   697,404   857.660   453,9-15    16595'  ,1  I'll  \l  v*t'H  I,  f. fMU  i'  t  ���iiS'Saw  f|-ra  f-  '' L  li  t  it  ^f'll  I 'W*  t  *,'4  s  1 j-    as&  t  r  f  H  um  1 fep  -  If'* kF  j ^ w %'  ��  \ jjifij  *  'I'll  V      jf BJ*  !*!'t  f ' "��*  - i ^m  '  "!*��  "   "W1  :  (     .*E  i   1  r  ^1  k  \]  vV 1  Ml; 1  J1    y|  1      i-JH  0l\  r>  ��� m  m.  I.-  miam!zm<<i!!m&mmmmm8mmmmMm;^av  Tinv ���iJ.-'ivjs-a'S!.     J$mp THE PHOKNIX PIONEER.  Why Feel Blue  It's not necessary if you can buy a packer, of  Tea-    A cup or two properly rriade and steaming- hot, will quickly chase tlie  blues away and not affect the uerves.  Ask for Blue Ridbon Tea today  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  On With Dinner���Vancouver has  a Mr. Fries, Seattle a Mr. Boil, Spokane a Mr. Roast. Now if some other  town can dig up Mr. Coffee and Mr.  Salad, on with the dinner, and let, joy  be uiicbnfined.���Vancouver World.  IMBED ON-SATOIUIAYS J1V TiJ*       I  prONEER PUBLISHING CO.  w  AT PHOENIX. B.C.  B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Telephone.!  I Business office No. 14.  f Manager's residence, No, 15.  ���DESCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCB.  Per Year ���������>  Six Month!  <-35  Ifyouarenotasubsenber to this paper, thl��  la an Invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates lurmsliea on application.  Legal notice! 10 and 5 cents per Hue.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one mouth'!  * Ir'rt sing. '  ��9��5       JUNE.  *9��S  Sun. Mon.'Tue*. Wed.   Thu. Fr.  Sat.  <  1       2  4      567      8      9  n     12   ,13  14   ,15     16  l8      19    .20   21      22      23 ���  25      26      27   28      29      30  3  . 10  24  No Mistake���No man can mako a  mist-ike in helping a church. Whatever mistakes may be made by church  members now and then, the church as  a whole stands for good and the cl-  vation of mankind.���Cranbrook Her  aid... ���   ''-'������' ���<>.    ���      '  Princeton Heakd From��� The  last resort of the Province is the publication of a map which might have  been sketched by a long-legged spider  dipped in ink for all there is anyirulh  in it.���Similkameen Star.  The Same���Is that Roosevelt who  is unloosing the meek doves of peace,  the same Roosevelt who stormed San  Juan hill and who killed eight bears  with his own lily white hands?���' lon-  treal Herald.  And the Navy���Non-combatants  have been ordered to leave Vladivostok. In some quarters th.U order  would be considered to include the  Russian army.���Toronto Star.  Through the medium of its militant mayor, Nelson continues to add  to the gaiety of the municipalities.  The white tlove of pence is endeavoring to alight. If Russia has  been sufficiently humiltated and Japan  does not want too much, the bird is  more than likely to find a perch pretty  soon.  If there is any known impediment  to railway legislation that has not been  thrown in the way of the V. V, & E.  bill at Ottawa, it must have been overlooked by the railway barons of  Canada. Should the bill pass, it -will  "^have :,one through a pretty severe  gauntlet. _  Our neighbor, the Greenwood Times,  asserts that it has had. goods on the  ' way from Montreal, over the C.P.R.  for 38 days and they are not in sight  yet. This reminds us of the shipment  of printing ink sent fiom Toronto to  the Pioneer in November, 1903, over  the C.P.R.���and it has not yet reached  Phoenix.  (.anada is a great country; it has  f<reat railways and a great ^postal system. But with all its greatness, it still  requires two days to transmit mail  matter between Phoenix and Spokane,  places directly connected by rail, and  with passenger trains operated'-365  days in the year. What .a','.'comment,  on the postal system of the Dominion..  i-1?-   Cbllls Prtvc Fatal.  If warmth and  circulation are  not  B.:C MINING-.j  o���-���-��� ��� ���o  Trouble at the Nanaimo coal mines  still continue ��� the colleries being  closed.  May's pay roll at the mir.es of the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. amounted  to$i23,o53.  Rossland ore shipments last week  were 5,420 tons, making 157,194 tons  for the year to date.  A Toronto syndicate has closed a  deal lor the Windsor group', in the  Lardeau, for $50,000. 'I'he ore is  claimed to average $50 per ton in  gold.  A nugget of gold weighing two  ounces was found on the Greenhorn  property near Nelson last week. Considerable local excitement was caused  by the rich find.  The use of loose blasting powder is  to be discontinued in the mines ofthe  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. - One of  the permitted explosives sanctioned  by the British government is to. be  substituted, probably "roburite."  Kootenay Engineering' Works  ������������'������> k   ,'������'������ NELSON, B. C.  ' i-/     -; v*. ���... '���-���������.. ��� '*  Pounders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.  ' Manufacturers for the Cuawjfoiw Dopblk Roi'k Akhjai. Tkim'vay Syhtkm. '.imitkd.  MiniiieaiKl Mill Mncliinerv, Ore Cars, Buckets. Tanks, etc.   Iron mid Hnirs Castings.    A larKe anil .���mii|��li;tf stock  biSliaftmir Supplies, Fittings, eto.. always on hand. > J'iilleyw. Klaii��.v��,  etc.; made  lo order mi  aliurf. nciire.   All  break-down ami repair work rushed through without delay.   E-tuiiaie* for all classes of work ftirnisbeiliipon apl'll-  eati'on.   Special attention given to mail ordeis.    Serai) Iron bought In' 1 lie carload.  office ami w����rks. B C TSA VI5  ManaKr. ''' �� v"," ^Ij p  ���Knot of Par* Street. D. U JKAVU, mandgcr, Nelson, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  ^INSURANCE ACKKT,  FIRE, LIKE, ACC DEN I.  Commissioner fur litkliii: A(fiilio|t��,  rilOKKIX, ]j.�����  STRICTLY BUSINESS  o ��  While there is life there is alwayshope  promptly restored, chills result in fatal  .   ..    ,-��� ..   ,    ,      ....  r      1   j > 1 for the firm that advertises iudiciouslv.  pneumonia.     This necessitates keep  ing, nerviline on hand. Taken in hot  water it breaks up a chill in two  minutes. By rubbing freely over throat  and chest it prevents colds. No liniment so strong, so penetrating, so swift  to kill pain and inflammation. Nearly  fifty years' record has proved the value  of Poison's Nerviline. ~ You should  get a bottle to-day.  The efforts of the Nelson Tribune  in opposition to the V., V. & E. are,  of course, disinterested. Its publishers  are just the people t'q play the subject  up to the extent, of a few dozen columns, more of: le s/-and. reprint the  matter in thousands of pamphlets and  scatter them broadcast���all for the  love of the cause. How can this be  other than pure patriotism; lor surely  no one else, not .even, the C.P.R;,  would foot the bills.    Not at all.  Next Thursday- Grand   Forks and  Phoenix  will be visited by the American Institute of Mining  Engineers, a  body  of men  that   stand   head  and  shoulders above all others in me'allur  gical matters. '.These men have heard  of the Boundary mines  and   smelters,  where   operations are  carried on with  such economy as to compare favorably  with  similar   work  anywhere  on^the  globe,   and they will have a chance to  see for themselves how it is done. The  visit   will  surely do  no  harm to the  "Boundary, but on  the  contrary  will  bring  it  to  the.-notice of men at the  (head of their profession.  PROVINCIAL.  Vancouver proposes to" do away with  all saloon licenses.  On the list lor the Dominion day  celebration are Vancouver, Nelson,  Moyie, Nakusp, Princeton.  J. F. Bledsoe has been chosen by  the Liberals of Alberni to contest the  coming by-election.  It is definitely annouueed that the  C.P.R. will build part ofthe Kootenay  Central railway this summer.  The Vancouver World is now the  property of L. D. Taylor and Victor  Odium, Mrs. S. A. McLagan having  sold her interest and retired.  The C.P.R.'s crack steamer, Princess Victoria, on the 70 mile Victoria-  Seattle run, is now making it inside  of three hours and a. half���beating all  previous records.  What Causes Appendicitis.  The commonest cause of appendicitis i.s constipation. When you require, physic don't use cheap diastic  pills���get Or. Hamilton's Pills, which  strengthen the stoihach, regulate the  bowels and prevent- any tendency to  appendicitis. In one day you'll feel  the tremendous benefit of Or. Hamilton's Pills. Ily purifying the blood  and cleansing the system they prevent  headaches, lift depression ���'.and drive  away weariness. No medicine so sue- j J  cessful as Or. Hamilton's Pills, sold )  everywhere   in   25   cent boxes with j  Phoenix Livery Stable  William Matfeeson, Prop.  Everything New  yellow cover; get the genuine.  The Illinois Central  Maintains unexcelled service from  the west to the east and south, making  close connections with trains of all  transcontinental lines. Passengers are  given their choice,of routes to Chicago, Louisville, Memphis a.-d New Orleans, and through ihese points to the  far east. '        ���  Prospective travellers desiring information as to the lowest rates and best  routes are invited to correspond with  the followingTepresentatives: B. H.  Trumbull, '* Commercial Agent, 142'! J  Third St., Portland Ore.; j. C. Lind-  sley, Trav. .Passenger ;Agent, 142  Third St., Portland,. Or.; Paul B.  Thompson, Passenger Agent, Colemim  Building, Seattle, 'Wash,.'  CARRIAGES    AND    OTHER   RIGS  HORSES AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY  WOOD  Delivered to any pari of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public   ��  patronage solicited.    'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST��� PHOENIX, B. C.  cy****  s**o*r*uf4ra  P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  .���:.���'���       MKAI) OFKICK KGK HQUNI'AKY CRKEK, GREENWOOD, B. C.  HKAOQUAR JEKSyNELSON, 11. C.  ,-.'���....Wholesale and Peteil neat flerchants.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Sahno, Rossland, Trail, Qascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.'  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON,  AH orders receive prompt attention;  o....: : ������ ������:,.:     , ''.���' ^y.'y.y-'yyy'^-.-y     ���      ������������������ ��  In preparing newspaper ads it is  well to remember that news is what  readers desire.  The rule continues to hold that the  must liberal advertising secures the  lion's share of business.  Short stories and tell them frequently is an excellent motto for most advertisers. - .  .    -A  Good adveitising is the fuel'that  keeps the business fires burning  merrily.   '    ' ���'    ."  * , ���" -*'-  Thrown From i vVa|on.  Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown  from his wagon and severely bruised.  He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm  freely and says it is the best liniment  he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well  known citizen of North Plain, Conn.  There is nothing equal to Pain Balm  for sprains and buises. It will effect a  cure.in one-third the time required by  any other treatment ' For sale by all  druggists.  OLLA PODRIDA  Coujbers, Hawkers, Splllenl  Public expectoration is against the  common law,.against the laws of health  also. _ When rthe throat tickles, that's  the'time you need "Catarrhozone'-; it  soothes away the irritation, cuts out  the phlegm! and loosens the tight, feeling. jqu'Il quickly' cure that catarrh  arid throat trouble with Catarrhozone.  It positively prevents new attacks and  cuies catarrh forever and for all time  to come. Don't take our word for it,  try Catarrhozone yourself. , Once used  you'll be delighted with its pleasant  and helpful influence.  <���'-' Distinct Innovation.  A distinct innovation will be inaugurated this .season by the Northern  Steamship Company, wh;ch operates  the magnificent steamships the "Northwest" and "Northland" on the Great  Lakes and which sail between Duluth,  Chicago and Buffalo.  Heretofore the service on these  boats has entirely been European plan  ' ut this year it has been arranged to  place in'effect an American plan service on both the "Northwest" and  ^Northland." I he first sailing of the  "Northwest" from Duluth will be June  27th'arid the "Northland" from ^Chicago June 24th.  (  }  The most popular book at watering  places this summer will be the���pocket  book.  It is easy to breakfast in bed if -you  will be satisfied with a few rolls and a  turnover.  ������        .   '  Why they call a sensational report a  canard  is  because  one can-ardly  believe it.  General Sevenyearich would be the.  man to bring the Rusians up to the  scratch.  '��� .;  ' , . '���   ������������������*  The Chicago papers call the tornado  "she"���-probably because it made a  bustle in the outskirts.  . Where there's a will there's apt to  be a conscience. One touch of humor  makes the whole world chin.  Sued by Ills Doctor.  "A doctor here has sued me for  $12,50 which 1 claimed was excessive  for a case of cholera morbus,".says R.  White, of Coacheila, Cal. "At the  trial he praised his medical skill, and,  medicine. I asked him if it was not  Chamberlain's. Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy he used, as I had  good reason t-J believe it was, and he  would not say under oath tiiat it was.  not." No doctor could use a better  remedy than this in a case of cholera  morbus-, it never fails. Sold by all  druggists.  I  t  I  I  t  1  t  1  I  T  -���-���-o-�� -���-���-���-���-���-  -���-��� ��� *t-M-f-��-<-  I  Canadian Pacific Railway Summer Excursion  Rales East.  The Canadian Pacific  Railway announce   low  returii rates  to   eastern  points account following conventions :  Imperial . Council    Mystic     Shrine,  Niagara Falls,-N_.V., $76.25;  International Sunday,School Convention, Toronto, $70.'G5: Infernalional Turnerfest,  'IndiaiMipohs,  Ind.,' $67 65;' National jpjtal  Educational Association, Asbury Park, 'cash$10...  N.J., $85.35; Christian Endeavor Con- ����;��Invention, Baltimore, Maryland,. $81.25;  ������"��� 5   American Institute of Instruction, Portland, Me.. $9*2:70; Annual Meeting B.  P.O.E., Buffalo, -N.Y., $76.25. All  tickets good for 60. days. For dates of  sale, particulars of; mutes, and berth  reservations, apply lo local agents, or  write, F. S. Carter, D. P.A.. Nelson  B.C.       *���    *���       ' ::  DRUVK ]  Phoeiiix Beer |  Made Itoni the BEST MALT and   PUREST i  SPRING WATER, it i* unexceiled for  qua]- i  ity.    Ask for PHOENIX   BEER  and   insist  on having it "  PHOENIX BREWERY, 2  J. MUELLER, Proprietor. J  Standard Avis, and Hannkk St. :-: PHOENIX, B.C. g  ���-���-���-���-���-���-#-<>-���-���-���-���-���-��-��-#  Hospaa  Donations  JJ.i'l of l> minimi" i-iiv'VimI   Miirc.liti.  1st, 1905,  to the I'lim'iiix  lieut'inl   Hum  Hook Case   Bo! Linen.4 doz..  Cash $50   Cash $io..   Cash $25   Spriutt Cot ........  Maple Syrup.........   K.Iloircll     J. H..Macau1ay   A. K. Berry   .' ....A K  It. Clark   Horpiuil t.aillrr A��l  .......:..-...........K T. Bank   Jas McCreath  . Cpmiiiiuii Kaud Urilt Co.   A. H. Hood   .A Krieinl  JOB PRINTING,  JOB PRINTING,  FOB PRINTING.  We do the kind you've* always been in  search of���and do it fight.  I'liiNEER Pub. Co.,   -' Phoenix, H.C  GEORGE GIBSOK  SHAVING PARLORS  anu BATHROOM. -  Hotel Balmoral ,,  Cor. VirntSc Knob Hill Ave.   I HOKNIX, li. 0.  KingEdwardL6dge,No.36  A. F. and A; Al.  KcKiilarcoimminicutloii 8 u. ,���     s...  ond Thuiwlay ofench nionlh '    '  Kmergtiit liirctiimii a��called;Uatu���i.  , Hall, UcIUIe Hlock. ���1*��>���ic  C.EO. H.DI'.v  W.M,  , IIII.I.IKR,  Secretary.  X O. O. F.  SNOWSIIOHI.OWJKNO.,  Meets every Monday Krctiliic at   Hardy li.u  Visiting lirethern cordially invited.     .;'  A. S. Wlllloiiuon. N rj,  Uko. K. MKAD, krc. Hee'y.  Wi:i. Delahay, I'er. Kin. Srcy  Phoenix Akri  NO. IU.  >ltelhig�� ou l'il,l��,  al J'30|>.iu��� Mliirri'  Union Hall.  <~**re &.'.* Vialting   brtlhren  OF  ^\y cordi��lly invited.  DAN DOCKSTKAJIKK, ('re*.   M. tl  KOV. Scoy  w  ^OREGON  SHOI(FLlNE  and Union Pacific  Announce Rate ro Portland fair  From Spokane, $14.95 round [rip;  good 30 days. Party of ten or more  "ivone ticket, $11.20, limit 10 da>s'.  Tickets on sale May 29 to Octo er 15.  In addition occasion'I daylight" coarli  ���excursions will be rim at less than one  fare for round trip. Pull particu ar.sat  O. R. &- N. OFHCE,  430   KIVKKSIDK   <H'K.,  SPOKANE,   WASH..  Remember  We've lhe Short Line  Ticket* on sale at all S.K It N'. Slatiun>  Kor Turthcr Infurniatloii aa to rate*, time  trains, equipment, etc.. addreas  ��KO. J. MOHI.HK.Geneial ALem,  Hlvernlde  Ave., S|t>.V,Hfl'    ��'��.>.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh tbat Contain Mercury,  n ��� it ercury xvtll surely destroy the sense ol smell  and completely derange the whole system when  eiiteri'ig it through the mucous surfaces. Such  articles should nev<-r be ustd except on prescriptions from reputable plnsUiaii.-., as the damage  they will do is ten fold to the goo.1 you can pos-^  sibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,  manufactured by P. J. Cheney& Co..Toledo,O,.  <outaius no mercury, mid is taken internally .acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces  of tht. srstem. Iu buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be  sure ycu get the genuine. It is taken internally  and mode in Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Cheney & Co.  Testimonials free  Sold by druggists,   Price 75c per bottle.  Take Hall's Family P.lls for constipation.  Twelve to 0��e.  Poplar seems to be happy and has  one hotel to every twelve inhabitants,  The citizens meet all express trains,  and many of them have gold ��� nuggets  concealed in their, clothe:. There  seems to be'plenty of hope and gold  in the camp, but the gold has no legs.  It cannot walk out to the railroad and  load itself into the cars. If it could  Poplar, would soon be the greatest  camp on eartn.���Fernie Ledge.  la Tbe Supreme Court of British Columbia.  IN   THK    MATTKB  <f    the  Kstate of Johr  Kwudquist deceased.  NOTICK IS IIKRKBY GIVES' that on the 17II1  day of May 1005 it was ordered by M . Justice  Martin that A. C Sutton beadm nstrator of al  andsingular the estate of John Rundquist, late of  t-hoeuix, H.C, 1 ecrased Intestate.  K��'ery person indebted to the deceased if required to make payment forthwith to the under  signed and every person having in pos^c^siou  effects belonging to the deceanid is required  forthwith to notify the undersigned. Kvery  creditor or oilier person having any claim upon  or interest in the dlstr but|. 11 of the eslnle ofthe  said deceased is required before the 26th day of  tune, ia>5, to se> d by registered leltri addressed  to the undersigned his name aud address nud full  particulars of his claim or interest mid a state-  ment oriiisaccountaud the nature ofthe security  (if an j) held by him.  After the tiaid 36th day of Jiii.e the administrator will proceed with the distribution ofthe estate, having regard to those claims only of which  he shall then have had notice.  Dated nt Grand Forks, B.C., the 19th May, 1905  A. C, BUTTON, j  .  Official Administrator, Grand Forks,B.C.  Triumphs of Mod'.rn'Surgerf.  Wonderful things are "done for the  human bodrby'siifgery.;" 'Organs are  taken out and seraped and polished  and put back, or 1 bey may,be removed  entirely; bones are spliced; pipes take  the place of diseasedI sections of veins;  antiseptic dressing'^* are applied to  wounds, bruises, ourns1 and like injuries  befortSA-inflainmatron /.sets in,:.Which'  causes them to heal without maturation and in one-thir.d. t.'e time required  by the old treatment;���'. Chamberlain's  Pain Ralm acts on'this same principle.  It is an antiseptic and- when applied  to such injuries, causes them to heal  very quickly. It also .allays the pain  and sorerjess, l>e,ep a bottle of lJain  Palm in your home arid it wjll save you  time and money,-rfot to mention the  inconvenience anu sufTe: ing which such  injuries entail       For sale*  hv  all   rlnu    you taw.thli ad and which position you wnnt  iiijuiics entail,    ror saie oy ail   aruv,    fNTBRNATIoNAi.  CokRcspoNDL-Sci! bcnooLS  glStS..    ��� -,    .      :      ���  Lateit Mlnlot  Stock  Ouolationa  ASKKl)  Bll>  American Hoy  '      2',j  2  Ben Hur... '..   Black Tail    3  .   2  B. C Copper..    tl 50  Jo 40  Canadian Gold Fields   4K  3  Cariboo, Camp McK (ex-div.)���  3  Center Star   2J  '.0  Crow's Nest Pass CohI..:........  Denoro Mines-   Fairview'.      '     3  2  Fisher Maiden   3  a  fiiant   ....        a  : 1  Granby Consolidated.......   .... J6 00  $5 S*  International Coal ,..  25  ��3  Juno 1   5  4  Moniiug (ilory ...;   1  Mountain Lion.....   S  s'A  Montreal & Bo��ton.....   North Star, IH. K.)   2  1  Payne   ....   .    4>A  3  Qullp... ; ';   II  ���8  Kambler-Cariboo   ,.; :...  ....'..   17  M  San Poll ;   2tf  a^  Sullivan   9  7  St. Eugene   So  45  War Eagle Consolidated   ;       la  ,    lo  Waterloo (Ass  Paid).   iii  r  White Bear   ]14  1  J. B. MACAULAY  ClTr SCAV1GEI1  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office.  J/tjtjA  PHOENIX, B G.  NOTICE.  WANTED.���MEN AND WOMEN WITH  common-school education, that are tired of  working for small wages, to qualify as salaried  ad writers or show-card writers through our  instruction by mail. I'rices lowftorms easy: no  books to buy.   Send for circulur. Matins; where  ! Scranton. Pa  I  Iu the matter of the "f.a-d Registry Act," aud  iu the matter ofthe title to Lot 10, Block 17.  Map 60, Old Ironsides Addition to the City of  I'lioetilx.ln the Province of British 1'oluiobia.  'WHKKKAS the certificate oft tie of Johuilei-  audcr Murray, being certificate of title numbered  ���1473a to thcKbove hereditaments, has been lost or  destroyed and ap|,|icntiou ha�� been made to tne  for a duplicite thereof;       .\  NOTICK IS ��K .1JHY GBKN that a duplicate  certificate 01 title to the above hereditaments will  be issued at the expiration of one mouth fiom  date hereof unless iu tlie meantime valid objection lo the contrary Is made t > me li' writing.  W   It. KDMONIiS.  District Kegistrar of Titles.  Land Registry   Office,   Kamloops, II. C. Aunl  38. tvos  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All  Work (iuarante'>i.  Ini|)orted Goods.  K1NE HOOIS ANU SHOKS  MADE TO  OKDER.  PRACTICAL    MINKKS*  A   Nl> PkOS  PECIORS'SHOES   A  SPKCIAI.TV.  Shoo    <m   Hoiiiiiiioii  Avcn 11c.  Avenge Prices ot Copper.  ���New York���  Electrolytic. I,akt.  Month. 1004    1SI05      1904  Jmiuarv.... 12 410 15.05 12.6")3  February...'12.0(18 15.010 1^ 245  March......12.2118 15 2(iS 12 250  April.. 12i'22 14 918 IS.12(1  May.....  . 12.758 .....    13 000  l!IO,r>  15 l.!0  I5.J3S  15 360  LOOK)  June 12.201)  Jtilv... 12 2m ...  August 12.342 ...  September.. 12.4111 ...  October ....12 01)4 ...  November.. 14.283 ...  December. .14.1KI0 ...  Year 12.820  12.301)  12 500  12 408  12.020  13 117  14.455  14.850  12000  E3!  flBSOBHEm  :o  And Boundary Mining Journal  Is published in the heart of the greatest and most productive gold^-copper camp in the Dominion of Canada.  W  m:  In five years more than 2,500,000 tons of ore have been mined and  siiielted here, with a valuation of over #12,500,000. And the industry is  only in its infancy. '  The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoenix���not one or five  miles distant, but in front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can give you the  best, latest and most reliable iiews'bf the mines and smelters of the Boundary.  The   Pioneer  is  worth #10  per year���but  it. costs only $2,   if the coin comes with the order,  payable to the  Make all orders  W B. WILLCOX, Manager.  >J  SaSaiERSSESE  Phoenix, British CoSumbio  BBmwmmmiBmwssmmiitstmMiBmnm  KSjjBagasasE)  mmwmjmmM\m#mwmmmsmmss  mmwiimxmmssisam  ^��MWg��iaM^^ I  '"1  'Jf!  ���a-  m  r*fi  Do You Want to Save  >ii  PHOSJflX PIOWHSS.  ,.-  ;    J      VI,.,;  r   MM  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER  ' Made in Canailu.. ;'- ^  A Standard Visible Writer.  which u.vuh IVifm Work iu 1' usliorirM  time u-nli Hie ifi-ciiifi-'t (-n?e   f   partition.  Wrile for Cnlulc y.\  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents, Phoen.x, B. C.  Things Talked or, at  HOUK AND Kl.SEUIlLjHKE  ,>o-  I Eastern Townships Bank  I  DIVIDEND NO. 91  Notice is hereby given that a Dividend of Four per cent for  the current half year has been deelared upon the paid-up Capital  Stock ol this Wank,', and that the same will be payable at the  Head Office and Branches on and after Monday, 3rd day of  July next. ..-v."'*  The Transfer Books will he closed from the 15th to the 30th  of June, both days inclusive.  By order of lhe Board  James MacKinnon,  General Manager.  % Gait Coal  (t ��� ; ������  ($)''���   :   delivered to any part of  i the city.  Hay, Grain,  Oats, Wheat, Fkeu.etc.  I^rr��e stock.  j��        Good Dry Wood.        <��  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,       u:<!*S"        Phoenix, B. C.  COPPER  The new edition of tlio CDI'PKR HANDBOOK lints nml.deserilies 3,311 eop-  pcr milieu ami (-upper niinini: i'oiiiimiiie(,) in nil puns of the world, Covering the  ulubft' these descrim ions ra-'t.��iiip fi< m I wo lim-N 10 12 pi<co(>iii )('i><rtli, .icrorriinp'to  iui|��irtiviice of tlie iniii-k. The desriiptiansiuu nol pmHlcd, Imt give facts in tlie  inustcondeiiHud mid it< t-ut-ablt; form.  There me ills 1 ll.'ii'cn iiii^ii'lliiiM-ous clmpteis, devoted to the HiatOrv. Uf"B,  Terminology, (ieoitniphv, ticulonv, (."lu'iiiiftry, .Mitiurnlnfiy, Metallurgy, Finance*-  and .SliitiMiiw <il* < <ipp��r, reinler 11 jj I lie vohline si writ aide eiicyelopedia of tlie sul>-  jecl of Copper Mid everything pt'iuuntiij: tu the mulitl.  It is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  Kvery Miner,T'liispeitoi-, liiwstcr, l"niiket, and Broker iiee.l.J tlie book. Price  is$5in Buckram biinliii|i with g It. lop, or $7.50 in full library inorroeco, and the  honk, in eitliar binding, will 1iujii.miI, fully prepaid,on approval, toanv aildress in  the world,*i.���� lie paid for if found nalisfactory, or may ret iniied within a weeko: receipt aii J tlie charge cancelled.   'Address" the Author and Publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS, 36 Post Office Block, Houghton, Mich., U. S. A.  ���������<  ���&*><  * pg^o0<i Stage Line  Leave Phoenix   -  Leave Greenwood  9.00 a. m.]  ' Standard Time  .30 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S McCAGUE, Proprietor.  ')"���'������  *���������������8���_.��_^0  Fred Simpson, the "Old Man" ol  the Cranhrook Herald, lias been taking  a well merited vacation at the coast  while visiting the animal meeting ol  the Odd Ivllows of the province.  While there the brothers of the threi-  links honored Mr. Simpson by making  him Deputy Grand Master ofthe prov  ince.  ���i��  On his way to Ladysmith where "(lit  convention was held, Mr. Simpson  stopped at Halcyon, which populai  summer and winter resort has recently  changed hands, Thos. McNaught retiring as manager, in favor of a well  known Rossland hotel man. Here is  the way Simpson refers to the maiter,  and he speaks as though he knew all  about it\vf  "Halcyon Hot Springs has changed  management arid Thomas McNaught  retires and is succeeded by the debonar  Harry , Mcintosh, of Rossland, the  most successful hot air artist in the  hotel business in western Canada. Mcintosh will make a success at Halcyon.  He 'saveys' and the public will soon  discover the fact. We look to see  Halcyon one of the most popular resorts in the West within twelve months  time, both for the sick and the well.";  Speaking of East Kootenay editors,  they must be a flourshing lot, for no  sooner does Simpson start on a trip  through the province than Lowery, he  ofthe Fernie Ledge���who is throwing  the hot shot into Mayor Stork 52 times  a year because the latter al tempts to  boycott the Ledge���also takes a run  pretty well all over the Kootenays.  Then Fred Smyth, of the Moyie Leader  which has recently enlarged ; nd thereby proved the prosperity of the place,  has hied himself to the .Portland  Exposition to see what is going on in  the Trail. All. this is fairly good evidence that, things are running smooth  with the scribes of East Kootena>���  and niay it tun even smoother, is our  wish.  THE MINES OF  FRANKLIN GAMP  Rank Higher Than Many in  the Boundary.  Opinion of Member of Fourth  Estate.  MANY PEOPLE  HAVE  CATARRH  AND DON'T  KNOW IT.  Backache, the   First   Symptom  of Kidney Trottble.  4**j$W  i;  ti'l'lf  'ii  w#@&&  %&"&&&  (tfifflft    ^  Pe-ru-na Is Invaluable in Such  Cases.  w&fn  &m  Jimi,  till!  Wm  wmmt  '/>!'��  Prominent    Persons     Who  Been Cured.  Have  mim  m-  uu Do You  I Want A Copy?  M  tk  M  There are a few copies left of the Minw.nte.-Ku.nber of  the Pioneer. They were held for a special order, but were  never claimed, and will be disposed of to the first comers.  The issue contains 32 large pages and cover with nearl>  ,00 illustrations, thoroughly describing the large mines and  smelters ofthe Boundary.  Just the thing tJ send to friends far away, telling them of  the Boundary and of I'hoenix.  The Pioneer spent a thousand dollars in publishing this  number, but you can get them, while they last, at 25 cents  each.  ADDRESS,  PIONKKR BLOCK,  'PHON'K NO. 14.  IX  PHOENIX, B. C.  HP  w  T  fi\s  Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  Court of Revision.  NOTICK.  NOTICK IS IIKKKBY GIVKN Hint the "j���"  ��niiual Hitting of Hie Court of Revision lur ���  purpoteof liearins nil roiiiplpi"'* ��K0'"fl ,,lc  ��s��'B!iicnt Tor Hie year 1905 ns mnile liy J"e.,^.":  ���t��sor of tlie City oflMioenix. B.C., wiU be 1 el I  in the City Officel Phoenix, 11. C . 11> ri"*A"l'  ���lie Mud day jr June A.D. 1905. al 21>-'��- �� 'lMK-  D. J. MATHHSON.  J City Clerk.  City Office, Phbenix, n.C,  May 13th, 1905.  MINERAL  ACT.  Certificate ol Improvements.  NOTICK.  ptrnosc  clnim.  ���tirr Hint action, undfi sec  And fmthei tnWL- notice in a . isslmllcc  lion 37.  >���'����' '������: ��� ' "      "vr ne��W.  of such Cerlificnte or lull "*%_���. ,905.  I)���tc< ihl8 5lhdny��rjii��e.A-     Ny,KOU.  'I'he Vancouver Province is a great  paper���perhaps. A short time since,  in its extreme desire to Oppose the  cause of the V. V. & E., and if possible prevent that Hill railway from  going into the Similkaineen district, it  unleaded itself of the following, which  is surely ample proof of the broad-  minded and public spirited style of its  utterances:  "U'e have seen a great city grow up  in the United States through Canadian-  made gold. We have seen Seattle  merchant?, gasping for breath one day,  waxing fat and insolent the.next, when  the golden millions of the Yukon were  poured into iheir waiting laps. Are we  going to sit idly by while they wax  fatter and more insolent through the  riches of the Similkameen being diverted to them, through the influence  of traitorous newspapers, struggling  to get out of the pawnshop, and pur-  chaseable politicians? Surely not. The  Province would rather see the Similkameen remain undeveloped for another  generation than that its wealth should  go to prop up the fortunes of people  on the other side of the line. Let us  not forget fhe bulldog of the British  flag and the grand old motto that  ought to come home with peculiar force  to every business man in Vancouver  to day:  " 'What we have we'll hold.' "  Tbe Source ol Neuraltla.  It runs hand in hand with poor  blood and weak neives. Health runs  down, nerves get irritable, neuralgia  trouble follows, l'or the moment applications may relieve���but tothorough-  ly cure, the system must be strengthened with nutritious blood.  What can equal Kerrozone? It increases the appetite, forms abundance  of rich life-giving blood, supplies nutriment and building material for worn-  out nerves. Ferrozone completely  cures neuralgia. Every root and branch  of the disease it kills. Absolute success  in every case. Stop suffering���fifty  cents buys Ferrozone. Fifty chocolate  coated tablets in a box at any drug  s'ore.  An Elegant Summer Book.  "Restful Recreation Resorts," the  1905 summer book issued by the passenger department of the Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company, contains  4S pages and cover. The book is  printed on heavy white paper, 58 cuts  being used to illustrate the trips up  and down the Columbia river, to the  mountains, beaches, inland resorts and  fountains of healing. The cover is  in three colors, adding materially to  the beauty and effectiveness of the  publication, which may be had by  sending two cents in stamps to A. L.  Crai", Portland, Ore. It is a good  thing to send to your friends in the  East who expect to visit the Lewis &  Clark Exposition.  W. L. Hull wa* connected with the  press of the Boundary several years  ago and was well known in this section; |  but he reformed, got married and went  to Chicago lo live. In the, Windy City  he organized a mining company, and  recently, Mr. Hull has been visiting  in the Boundary again. Here is what  he says about the claims .of Franklin  camp, a section now rapidly coming  to the notice of the investing public.  "I was five weeks in the camp and  visited all the properties of any prominence. I have had assays made which  convince me that Franklin will rank  considerably higher than any camp of  the Boundary for surface showings.  At present the McKinley is the leading claim of the camp. They have an  enormous amount of ore in sight in  their surface cuts, and there is nothing  in the formation to indicate that this  ore will not go down. The crosscut  tunnel is now on the verge of reaching  the ore in piace; in fact they have gone  through a stringer ol good ore two and  one half feet in thickness, which is evidently an off-shoot from the main  vein. I have no hesitation in predi^ ���  ing that this will be a wonderful property.  "On the same mountain are other  promising claims which only need development to prove their worth. Among  these I might name the Ajax, Jumbo,  I. X.-'L:, Bryan, Pay Ore and Gold  King-  "On Banner mountain the Banner  claim has had the most development  work. It shows 32 feet of ore of an  average value of $8 per ton in a tunnel  2 20 feel in length, and in one of the  surface cuts "in a high grade shoot ol  ore smelter returns gave va'ues  of $66. 'I'he Bullion, adjoining the  Banner, is a crown granted claim that  has the same lead and shows values.  The Aldie, Homestakty. Deadwood,  May, Big Three and, Annex all need  development work, but have good surface showings. North of the Banner  the Alpha has been opened up this  spring to a certain extent. The lead  shows 92 feet in width and over 800  feet in length, with plenty of copper in  sight and good values in the quartz.  Below this the Verde arid Hennikin  both have nice surface showings.  "Some of the highest grade ore of  the camp comes from the Gloucester  claim, on Gloucester creek slope of  Banner mountain, A tunnel is now  in 140 feet and will probably reach the  vein within between 20 and 30 feet  more ol work. A shaft is down 50  feet in the vein. and the bottom is  high grade copper ore. Three men have  been working steadily on this claim  since last September and are steadily  pu hing the tunnel ahead. In the  vicinity of the Gloucester are the G.  H., Golden Age, Mountain Lion, Tiger  and Montezuma claims, all of which  have surface showings to wairant extensive development work.  "As to the camp in general, there is  plenty of timber for mining purposes,  water in abundance for both domestic  use and the development of electrical  power, and in general exceptionally ad  vantageous circumstances for economical mining by means of tunneling."  Daniel D. Bldwell, Supervisor, Notary Publlo and  a member of I. 0. O. P.. 160 Pearl street, Buffalo,  N.Y., writes:  "Baring used Peruna for a short time, I deilre to  write you as to my present condition.  ���' When I obtained Peruna I was suffering from  chronic Indigestion and kidney and bladder,  trouble. It seemed to help the circulation at once. 1  My digestion Is now perfect and my kidneys and  bladder do not trouble me In any way. In tact, I]  give Peruna the entire credit.  "Hoping that your remedy will reach all sufferers  In a itmilar case, and thanking you, I remain,"���  Daniel D. Bldwell, N. P.  mUmmr  >s*  m  WMMh  WM��:  <%Miik  W-  W&  Mi'ji  m  U.  Wiliii  %  Hi  South American  Cured by Pe-ru-na.  gjSO D'Al  Dangerous/ Kidney Diseases  Cured.  At the appearance of the first symptom of kidney trouble, Peruna should  be taken.  ' TalJ remedy strikes at once the very  root of the disease.  It at once relieves the catarrhal kidneys of the stagnant blood, and prevents  the escape ot serum from the blood.  , Peruna stimulates the kidneys ,'io  excrete from the blood the accumulating poison, and thus prevents the convulsions which are sure to follow if the  poisons are allowed to remain.  . It gives great vigor to the, heart's  action and digestive system, both of  .which are apt to fail rapidly in this  disease.  ' Peruna cures catarrh of the kidneys  ���imply because it cures catarrh wherever located. '   0 '  A remedy that  cures all the catarrhal derangements,of the kidneys should certainly be considered a household  necessity.   Peruna is such a  Temedy.  A Prominent Merchant Restored  1     to Health By Pe-ru-na.  Mr. John Niirimo, 215 Lipplncott St.,  Toronto, Can., a prominent merchant  of that city, and also a member of the  Masonic Order, writes:  "/ have been In poor health generally  for over four years. When I caught a  bad cold last winter it settled In the  bladder and kidneys, causing serious  trouble. I took two greatly advertised  kidney remedies without getting the  desired results.  "Peruna is the only remedy which  was really of any  benefit to me.   it  Count Alfonso d' Aljores, of 2S7 Plaza  del Torro, Buenos Ayres, South America,  while visiting in Chicago, wrote from 217  Cleveland avenue, that city, as follows:  "I used Peruna a short time ago to build up my  system, which was all run down from overwork,  worry and a cold which had settled in my back and  kidneys, causing me serious annoyance and trouble.  "Whoa I returned homo from work atnigntjl was so er-i  hausted and worn out, together wi*h the pain in my back,  that I felt I would never be able to take up tbe burden of,  lite again in the morning, but when morning came I  would get out Bomehow. This dragging through lifo continued for a couple of months, when I decided I would  take Peruna.  "lam glad to state that I found It Just the medicine for  me. in a couple ot months 1 was restored to perfect  health and strength, and my work was no longer a  burden. I therefore endorse your medicine as worthy  of the confidence of the sick. "���Alfonso d' Aljores.  seemed to act in perfect harmony with  the system, eliminating the poisons,  stopping the ravages of the disease  and gradually restoring me to health  and strength.  We have on file many thousand testimonials like the ones given here. We  can only give our readers a slight  glimpse ot the vast array of unsolicited  endorsements we are receiving every  month. No other physician in the <  world has received such a volume of  enthusiastic letters of thanks as Dr,  Hartman for Peruna.  All correspondence held strictly confidential.  r  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  1'iirough Salt Lake City, liltnwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,'  Colorado Springe and Denver.  \ Daylight Ride Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Castle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Paes,  Marshal Pass and the Royal Gorge.  MINERAL ACT  'Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "StirllugliHtu Fractional" Mim-ral 1 laitii, ainiate  111 lhe lirecmvood Mining Division of Yale  L)i tricl.  Wlitrrlucatrtl: In' I.oticK."' camp, on I'op-  ucr Ciet-k  TAKK NOTICE Hint I. Isaac II. Hallett, as  nscnt fur William Forney, I-ree Miners Certificate  No. BSo43��, Geori��e W. Rumberger. Free Miner'*  Certificate No. B8o53a, James yarshall. Free  Miner's Certificate No. H8053I, Alexander  Strachan, Free Miner':* Certificate No. 85732, aud  James B Macanlur, Free Miner's Certificate No.  BS0509, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorded for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a -  Crown Grant on the above claim  And furthertake notice thataction, under section 37, must be crmmencrd before the issuance  of such Certificate of Impr*veinents  Dated ihis 19th day of August, A.D. I904.  7-13 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  ^j Post Trains Daily Bet, Ogden and Denver Jj'  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CAN'T BE FOUND.  CERTIFICATE OP IMPROVEMENTS.  For Detailed Information, address  W. C.McBRIDE, General Agent, 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON  NOTICE.  South African War Land Grant Act.  t  Church Services  Tomorrow.  Farmers, Meclunic*. Sportsman!  Tnlienl and ��i>"cu 'hc skiI" am] rcm?ve Kr��"  Toilet Soap Co. Mfrc  St. Andrews'. Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. C. W.  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and  7.30 j). m. at the new church, the  pastor preaching at both services. Sunday School at 2.30 p. m. A hearty in  vitation is extended to all. C. W.  Whittaker, B. A., pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard, O-M.L, Pastor.  tie Campctltlts.  The uniform success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy in the reliwf and cure of bowel  complaints both in children and adults  has brought it into almost universal  use, so that it is practically without a  rival, and as everyone who has used it  knows, is without an equal. For sale  by all druggists.  GRANTS of laud made lo Volnnteers.thcir heirs  or assigns, under authoiity of this Act, are subject to the condition that such lauds shall have  tiecn selected by the grantees 011 or before the  first day of July, 1905. Notice is, therefore, liere-  bv given that application!! for such amis must be  filed at the Government Office by that date.  K.F. CKKKN';  ChiefCommlsiioiier of Lauds aud Works  Lanls aud Works Department.  Victoria, B. C, 36th May. iooj.  Ilifj:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.    The most perfcety appointed flea.th  and Pleasure Resort hi the West, with a com-  p.etesy*tem of Baths���including Turkish an I  liuisiau. Open the year round. The curative  properties of Us waters are unequalcU.  For Curing all Rheumatic, Nervous and Mus.  cular Trouble*.  For Mealing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ailments.  For l$limiuatiug all MetaUicPoiSdtis from the  System  The grandeur of the scenery is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls  boating, yachting, fishing-, shooting, excursi-- ut  Until���.    Itswiuter climate   ia imsuri-npsed  for  Spokane Falls  &  Northern Ry*  The onlv all rail route between points  east, west"and south to Kosslaml. Nelson, Grand Fork9 and Republic.  Biuret cars run between Spokane and  Nelson.  EFFECTIVE MARCH 5.1905,  Leave. Arrive  10:00 a.m Phoenix 5;jo p. m.  9:45 a.m Spokane 6:20 p.  m.  ,i:o5a. m Konsland 4:55 p.m.  0:10 a. iu N��   ��" 6 35 P- ">���  11:00a. m Grand Forks 3:500.ru.  7:00 a. m Republic 6:30 p. in  SavC  TTimC all the time  BY  USING  NOTICK.  Summit, Mayllower, Hopewell, Balsam Fractional, Cabot Fractional aud Mayllower Fractional Mineral claims, situate in the Grean-  wood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���iu Summit camp.  Take. Notice that I, Isaac ii. Hallett, as agent  for Do-weald Mclnuis, Free Miner's Certilicale  No. B74591; Cieorge \V. Rumberger, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS0.W3; and Thomas  Roderick, Free Miner's Certificate No. B80401,  intend, sixty davstrom the date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of  improvements, for the purpose of obtainlnc  Crown G.ants for Ihe above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced btfore the issuance ol such Cei tificates of Improvements.  Dated this29th dayof September, A. O. 1904.  I. H. HALLKTT.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTVtINSTrCR. B.C.  Provides a Christian home for students of both text's at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public, school work.  Does high school work, confers nil high  ichool privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and Rives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education 111  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and 1M.L.A In University work, can take students through  the complete ArtB Course, and the degree of B.A. can he obtained from Tor-1  qnfo University, which tlie college in in  hit affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A..B.D .Princi-  ped;orRev. J. P. Bowell, Burtar.  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria,  Vancouver  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Tickets   to Portland  Fair   and return  $22.50  good  for  30 days.  Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Buffet  Library Cars, Modern day Conches, Dining Cais, Meals a La Carte.  Best Meals on Wheels.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  ** EAST AND WKST. *~  For rates and folders and full information regarding trips call on or address  any agent of the S. F. A N. Hailwav or  II. A. Jackson, H. Biianut,  U.K. & P. A., C. 1\ AT. A.,  Spokane, 70L \V. Riverside,  Wash. Spokane, Wn.  M. M. Stephen:), Agent.  Phoenix, B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Pilot mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood  mining division of Yale district.  Where located���iu Providence emu p.  ,, Take notice thai I, Isaac II Hallett, as agent  for Thomas Roderick, Free Miners Certificate  No. HS0401. and Jam***** Marslmll, l-*ree Miner'*  Certificate No. HS0429, intend, siity days from  the r.nte hereof, to apply to the Milling Recorder  for a CerliBcate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  A is*': further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ofsuch Ceitificate of improvements.  Dated this 25th day of January, A. U. 1905.  I. H. HALLKTT.  If You're Interested  - IN   THE -  Mines of the  Boundary  You should read the  Phoenix  Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  Replete with the Latest and   Freshest  News of  Boundary's  Mines  and Smelters.  $2.00 per year.  $1.25 six months.  auhress:  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  I'HOENIX B. C.  t i"h  if  �� ��<2  1 inif  'If1  (  m  4* arc  I 'I  fl  I.  7.  L'  I'M  I u  * f  1 H  1 ,  ��� .,1  S<  1'  1*1  1  H  I  V  t*l THE PHOEWIX PIONEER.  //  I  3jjj Good Soap Is a Good* Thing, Poor Soap is Worse  H Than Poor, It Is Injurious.  We have a very fine line of good soaps, all mrdc fiom pure vegetable  oils and glycerine and containing the  smallest  possible  portion  of  alkali, perfumed and not perfumed.  Price Low.  jfel  Quality High.  Thomas Drug Cqv Ltd. I  PHONE  44-  P^^^^^4rf^fe#g^^^^^g^^^fe^^  Leading Hotel of Boundary's leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and Firat St.,  PHOENIX, II. C.  N'CW and Up-to-date, ���   i   MrMKTFP  Centrally licate.1, - J. A. ���CBttllK  Good Sample Kooirm.  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF TOPICS  OK  LOCAL  AND GENERAL  INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS.  ^WWMMMMrWMrWS  The old reliable, Boyle, the druggist  Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all repairs. - *   ' "  Quality first, price next; Boyle, the  druggist.  J. L. Martin will buy International  Coal shares.  Prescriptions our specialty, Boyle,  the druggist.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Balmoral  hotel July o to 12.  The Phoenix baseball team beat a  a picked nine last Sunday by a score  of s to 4.  Dr. Matheson will be at- his , dental  parlors, Bank block, as usual, from  July 10th to 14th.  ' W. D. Parker returned this week  from spending a couple of weeks at  Chewelah, Wash.  Wadds Bros., photographers of Nelson and Vancouver, are about to start  business in Greenwood.  Just received, Enamelled Souvenir  Brooches, Hat Pins, Sash Pins, and  others.   Geo. E. Dey, the jeweler.  Wedding invitations and announcements promptly executed in the latent  styles in tho Pioneer Job Department.  Foi the first two weeks of June the  collections at the Phoenix custom  house were more than for the entire  month of May,  Phoenix Socialist League meets  Tuesdays, 7.30 p.m., Miners' Hal'.  Readings from Socialist authors given.  Discussion invited.  Jay Cramer has been added to the  force of the postoffice, Miss Noble,  who has be-in there for a couple of  years, retiring on the first of July.  William Yolen Williams, formerly of  Phoenix, but now of Spokone, was in  Rossland recently, and told the Miner  of his interesting trip to the old world.  Mrs. S. A. McCormack and her  daughter, Miss Maud DeSpain, left for  the south Sunday, and expect to visit  the Portland Exposition oefore they  return.  Bovle is the druggist.  Souvt-nir Jewelry at Dey's.  Dey, the Jeweler for Enamelled  Souvenirs.'  The city fathers failed to hold the  the usual weekly gathering last Wednesday.  The public school closed yesterday  for the summer holidays! It will  reopen in August.  Born���In Grand Forks, Saturday,  June 10, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh  Crosby, a daughter.  R. H. ��� Karatofsky announces that  he has been appointed lhe official  agent for Hazelwood ice cream in  Phoenix for the yeariQ.05.  The new 20,00c gallon tank built  by the light and water company in the  ravine near the large Granby compressor, has been completed and placed in  use.  City water mains are being extended  a block on the New York townsite to  accommodate the residences of G. W.  McAulifle and T. H. Richards and  others.  The highes*. score so far obtained  on the new bowling alleys is said to  be 228, secured by Ronald MacColl���  which is said to exceed any score, yet  secured on the Greenwood alleys.  The topics in the Presbyterian  church tomorrow will bt. in the morning: "The Strength of Weakness";- and  in the evening: "Behold the Man."  The choir will sing an anthem at Ihe  evenin" service.  John Ericson, a Finn, died of typhoid pneumonia in the Greenwood  hospital last week Wednesday He  was employed in Phoenix mines last  winter. .  Did you get a copy ofthe Midwinter  Number of the Pioneer for that friend  in the east? If not we have a few left  that can be had at two bits each, ready  wrapped for mailing.  As lhe Pioneer was being printed  last evening, the-members of Phoenix  Aerie No. 15s were giving a Ladies'  night at Miners' Union hall, with a  programme and a dance.  Hans Gustave, of Rossland, 'his  leased the Central hotel from August  Jackson, and has taken possession.  Frank Anderson, the former lessee,  wilPake a trip west of here.  Monday, July 3rd, there will be a  joint installation of the new officials of  the' Odd Fellows of the lodges from  Grand Forks, Greenwood and Phoenix.   It wil! occur in Phoenix.  i  A.,L. White, formerly secretary  of  the Granby Co., and now located in  Spokane as vice-president of the Spokane Traction Co., will probably ac���  comyany the party of the American  Institute of Mining Engineers next  week on its trip to the Kootenays and  Boundary.  M. H. Roy has purchased theButte  hotel property from James   McCreath.  and expects to   take posession  about  the middle of July, on which dale the  present Miners'   Exchange  hotel   will  he given up.    Robert Barr, at present  " in   the  Butte,   is anticipating  taking  hold of something attractive in  the  hotel line at Copperfield in the Similkameen country, and directly on  the  route o( the new railway.  Alex Greig has dissolved partnership  with Hugh McDonald in the conduct  ofthe Bellevue hotel, haying sold out  to Mr McDonald. Mr. Greig has  not yet announced what he will do.  Greig & McDonald have been in  the business here for about four years.  Alderman Jame< Mar-hall looks  happy this week, for the long delayed  heavy limb rs for the lower floors, o!  his new $?o,ooo hotel have begun to  arrive, and from now on the work of  construction is expected to be pushed  with all possible despatch. A force of  about a dozen men is employed.  Capt. George Smith, Dr. Boucher,  A. B. Hood, O B. Smith, Jr., L. Y.  liirnie and W. S. Macy spent last Saturday in endeavoring to entice the  finny denizens of the North Fork of  Kettle river. They went up a% far as  five miles above the Volcanic mine,  but did not require a wagon to bring  home their catch.  Last Saturday afternoon the Granby  mine whistle gave the fire alarm for the  Granby works���five long blasts, repeated. . The old office building, now  used by three or four men as sleeping  quarters, was all ablaze, which was  extinguished by two streams of water  directed on it by many wining hands.  This log house is one of the landmarks  ol .this camp, having hqen the first  office of the Old Ironsides Mining Co.,  the Knob Hill Gold Mining Co., Ltd.,  the Grey Eagle Gold Mining Co., Ltd.,  and the Granby Con. Mining and  Smelting Co., Ltd., before the four  weie consolidated into the present  Granby Co.  Speocer-DeVoine-Weddlng.  I-ast Saturday  Louis  Devoine,  an  employee of the  Granby mines, and  bride, formerly Miss Alice Spencer, arrived back from Walla . Walla,   Wash.,  where they  were   married, and have  settled down in rooms in  the Graves-  Williams   building.     Of course, they  were given an enthusiastic welcome.  I'he wedding occurred at the residence  of the bride's mother last week Thursday, the bride being a half sister of W.  S. Macy, and having visited   here,for  some time.  ill Over the Boundary  Gus Strom and Wm. J. Reed were  deciaied British subjects in county,  court at Gretnwood last week.  'I'he Eholt Trading Company is  opening a branch store at Midway, to  be in charge of E. Bunting, for some  time in the: Denoro store:  Waller S. Keith, formerly of ihe  Boundary Falls smelter, has accepted  the position of superintendent for ihe  Takibva smelter at Waldo, Oregon.  James R. Brown, of Fairview, has  been gazetted as assessor and collector  for the Kettle River Assessment, district, in place of Chas. A. R., Lair.bly.;  A wedding is announced forL. M.j  Hale, of the Great Northern, and Miss;  Ethel Hay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.:  Charles Hay, for June -iS, at Grarfdj  Forks.   ..:���'.     * '���*{  \V. G. Mc.Mynn, gold commission-.!-;  at Greenwood,will leave ScoilantLan-  the 24th inst. for Canada, and will be'  in Ontario for .some time before returning to British Columbia.  The police commissioners of Grand  Forks have decided to retain the -s,er-  vices of only one police official, the  services of Constable Savage being'dis  pensed with at the close of ihe present  month.   , ���;     %.;.  At the Greenwood record officedur-  ing the month of May then* \yere  issued 466 free miners licenses, ;and  four company, licenses; 32 locations, 95  certificates of, work,- arid '19 transfers'  were recorded. /������>.?�����''  The city council of Grand Forks  wishes to reduce expenses,' and '/seems  to have one man too many in the employ .of tlie city. But the ".'aldermen  cannot agree on who shall be the man  tOibe let out.  Arthur H. Lawder, of the city .of  Grand Forks, hasjbeen gazetted as'a  member of the. Beard of Licensing  Commissioners of the, Boundary Creek,  License District, in place, of E-lward  A. Rainey, resigned.  Arthur Wheeler has been .'pending  a week or two up lhe West Fork  of KettU river, gathering material fori;  the special West Fork edition of the  Greenwood Times, which will be pub  lished in book form some time next,  month.  Inspector David Wilson ofthe pub  lie schools, was in Greenwood last  week and held an entrance e\amination;.-  Nine candidates wrote, representing-  four schools. Entrance examinations  began last Monday in Nelson, Rossland and Grand Forks. r*  The survry party for the pole line  for the West Kootenay Power and  Light Co., which will bring Bonningr  ton Falls water power into the Boun  dary, reached Cascade tins week, L. $-  Campbell, the manager of lhe corn"^  pany, also visiting Cascade this week: ���  If the boys 4��n't put up better bajb ffi  than they have been playing*,the police,  should stop the Sunday games. The*"  bali being played is .1 greater crime ifl  the eyes of baseball enthusiasts than  Sunday playing can possibly be to the  Sabbath observance people.���Greenwood Times.  Pat Burns, the British Columbia  cattle king, has been working a first  class mine called the First Thought, a  few miles below the Boundary line,  not far from Cascade, and the property  is shipping regularly.' Now Mr. Burns  and associates are- operating another  property called: the Napoleon, in the  same vicinity, and report has it that, it  is the intention to output 4,000 or-  5,000 tons monthly from this mine by  the end of the year.  The C.P.R. will at once commence  the work of-surveying its lands in - .this-  district. The work will consist ofruii-  ning 60 miles of hlocis, outlines lode-  fine blocks to which cri)wn:.grants were  issued to that corporation in September, 1901. It is thoi'ght that it will  lake at hast three mon-hs to complete  lhe work. The survey will commence  at a point 18 miles east of Eholt, and  will be carried north another 18 miles,  the party then working south until the  work is finished.  |a's. McRae, who hits been spending  a month at Hedley, doing some of the  best photographing.ever .seen in the  Similkameen, .wa's; joined by his brother  Duiican, and left for Princeton, Nicola  and Spences Bridge. From the latter  place he expects lo lake the C. P. R-  to the coast andjview ihe sights at the  Portland .Exposition bef<��e returning  to Phoenix.   ���  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICEi�� hereby jrivfii that tlio eo-  imrtrtabi'J heretofore ������xiptiiijr between  Alexnmler Greig iind Hugh McDonald,  under the. style hhd.title of ("rciir it Mc-  'Donulil, as 'uropriHors of tlm Bellevue  Hotel, at Phoenix. B.C., is this day dissolved liv mutual consent.  All bills owinn the Mii'l linn must be  paid to the snid Ilnuli Mf Donald and ��H  accounts due bv tbe said firm will be  settled by-said Huith McDonald.  All bills owing the said firm must be  paid on or [before the loth day of July,  11K>5.    ...���;,..  tSignt'il'i  ':', . .^i.kx. (."iiKin.  'Hitch McDonald.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 17th day of  June, 1905.  Appilailoi for Transfer of Liquor License.  , NOTICK is hereby given tlmt'l intend  to apply nt lhe next meetini; of the  Board of License Com Missioned for the  Corporation of the C.'ily uM'hoenix for  the traiiBierof the license now held by  me to sell liquors by retail on the pre-  niises known an the Cciltral hotel, corner Old Ironsides avenue and Second  street, Phoenix,B.C., to August Jackauii.  -..,.- ... .; (Signed)  - ,    FlMNK   ASDKHKON.  Dated at Phoenix. B.C., flu's 10th dav of  June, 1905.. ���....'..,  Application for Liquor License.  ; NOTICE isiitrebv given that I intend  to apply to llie. Bo;.id of Licence Commissioners hi the Corporation of Ihe City  of Phoenix, atvfh=:ne>ct meeting, for lhe  grunting .<'f*a" liceiiM! for permission lo  sell'liquors at retail on the. premise.-  known as the New Htp'oklyn 'Hotel,  ������ouiliwest. corner of. Dominion ;.siventi"  and.Phoenix at,, known as Lots.10 and !>  Block 1,'It.iiii'ihoreers siiii-dixision, in tin  Citv of Phoenix,; JL..U.     ,   .  (Signed) ; '  ���"���'������.��� 'r-'H,' .Iamks Makshau;.   ;  Dated atPiioe'-ix, B. Q., this 15th day  of June, 11)05.'-  Application for Transfer of Liquor License.  ��� Notice )h'hereby given Hint 1 intend I"  apply at 1 be next in eel ing of Ihe board  of License-Commissioners of tbe Cor-  potation-of tlie.City ofPlioeiiix, for the  transfer of tlie.iic��'nsU;to sell, liquor bv  retail oii'tlie preiiiises known as Black'?  Hotel,isilnate on bit* Hand 12, block 5,  of Riiititii-riFi'i's niiidiviMon of Phoenix,  fiom mys-eli to li V Clnaboliii.  (Signed)  .1. B. M *cauimv.  Dated at Phoenix,   B   C. this   Kith  ol  June, li)03.  flOOD WORK BY -SWEET FAMILY."  Excellent En-  Presbylerlan Ladles  Give an  fertalnment.  Last Wednesday evening the Ladies'  Aid of the' Presbyterian church gave  an entertainment at the church, consisting of a short programme, followed  by a farce, the "Sweet Family," together with'refreshments. There-was  an excellent audience present, and the  entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed.  Mrs. Crawford was particularly good  as the mother Of the Sweet family,'and  in fact every one of the seven daughters  took their parts well, including Mrs  Cramer,.Mrs. Mills, Miss Noble, Miss  McKenzie, Miss Moffatt,   Mis.: Clark  and Mrs. Morrin. "  "  In the preliminary programme Mrs.  Boucher  and  Mr..Cramer gave an instrumental piece; Mrs. Knott arid Mr.  McCurrach a duet:Jay Cramera recitation; the Bellgirls a  pleasing exbibi  tion  of club swining, and the  male  quartette  rendered a number, each of  which   was  well received and appreciated. '" ���   ',  Rev. E..C. W. MacColl presided by  invitalion, but when he came  10 an  nounce   the   farce,   he   spent   some  minutes publicly registering his objections���for the first time���to its taking  place in the church, and then left the  building.    Those who witnessed the  farce assert that there was no objection  whatever tb it.  *?��SS)����SX����i)��^^  The .Royal      I  Billiard Parlors  and  ���it.' -  1  ;  owling  Alleys 1  Bssl; Bowling Alleys in  lhe Boundary hQw installed ahd in uss.. ..  ,*&  R. H. KARATOFSKY, Pr8p.  % Mclillc   Block,  Knob   Kill Ave.      ���  ros.  Stationers,   Newsdealers,  Tobacconists.  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B C.  ib    1 ---^'  &  We Carry:-  The finest line of imported and   Domestic  Cigars,  Tob.T cos. Pipes and  Smokers' Supplies.  The latest styles  in Sia-  ijV tionery for every kind of use,  A\ with vie>vs of Phoenix.  In     The  latest   Newspapers,  flS Magazines and   Periodicals  y) of all kinds.  iii     Souvenir Postal Cards in  jlfjt almost endless yai'icty.  &       CrVli.��SA CALL  * ' ;"-    '  f  McRae Bros.S: Smith  m  ao����-?*����*^^  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoer.ix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't believe it come  and examine goods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shfrts, Shoes, Ties, etc.  just arrived.    All new seasonable��oods at old ��� '  and Chkai'kst prices.  THOMAS BROW3M,  M<��n'<! W?ar Fxrlii^tv^lv j^M��v-.ycKK}v��i!is m��.  men b   wear rixuuiivciy. mnixrm���*v|t< ^wna^nsj.  1  Real Estate and  ines  Houses to Kent, City IV |xf<y few $Met Slwsres its all the  leading mines I oi^Jut atvi utfA,   '. '.-'���.*:������  i*Htibrniti. i>iS��fu*mm  G.W.Rum��)erger  **  BOB"  The Tailor  Just asa man ia known  by the company he keeps  so he is known.'by'the  clothes he ���weari'. It  therefore behoves him to  wear the best wheii "li��  enn Imy llicm hh lie  ghon'ld���of the best n-a-  terial aid workinaiiBliip.  . Bob. the Tailor, has  been inukini; clothes in  Phoenix for the last.foiir  years, and lias given universal satisfaction to Ills  long list of .customers'.  : It makes no difference  whether you wish a, top  notch Dress Suit or one  for every day tiusiness  wear, or something out  of the ordinary, in the ���  latest imported goods.  He enn fit you with a  suitor suit you uilh a  fit that vou will be proud  of.  He also bus n nice line  of Hats and Cans that  are worth  lcolcing n\er.  Knob Hill A\e.  Under New Mi  Bla^Ks  R. V. Chisholt%Riqpt   ^jiM/i-i^&-  Conducted in First-Class shape:    Cimkft 8tadj "at \m%$im$ ��� g>**\\.  Special attention to dining x^,m ; Sts.W'g^ ���*��y."��nil.',��.-....1 ���"  furnished viamtsS, "' ������'*..i.   .. .'&������������.��l- ���'���. '  wel  a ���  Dominion Avenue  EdvBlach,  "BOB"  The   Tailo-r*  WATCHMAKER  Repairing of all kinds, satisfaction guafaSWew�� ���� tmmsf rcfenutci*.  '  Fine line of seasonable jei-eS��y ��liss5j�� tm twn*fe    '���'  first St...;:.  .   -...,"::.,;..'.;-...*".��� ".���jioEstx.'nc'���.-  Our Factory Knows  No Substitute For  LEATHER.  |kJ 0-THI'NG but {.rood,  ��� ��� honest leather can find  a place in a Leckie Boot.  What's -the- use of any-  tliiiig:" else--for a Western  Mitier^;:Logger 'of/'Prospector? When. far away  from the-busy--haunts of  man he", needs-footwear that  will uoL go back on him.  Leekie' Boots are just  stich.^Boots''' They are a  western product for western  people. ������-" *  For sale-by all dealers.  WHOLESALE. BY*  fANADIAN/-)  y PACIFIC Ky  Low  Return  t  Rates  ;'.,;;to";  Pbrtland, Oregon,  Exhibition  Phoenix    and   all   Boundary-  Points  $23.75  30 DAY LIMIT  Via Vancouver, Victoria  Corresponding rates from all Kootenay  Si��  1'IIOFN'IX.  Writing on short notice.       :  Hbtisa- Beco'rator.  tvitieitttes {irumjitly 'ufiti^IiiiS  ved   direct   Iro'-ft    '    ..���'.._   ���.���..������...  larye shipiMwu s.*' . ��� '  "Peter Dawson's Scot eh"  Just   received   direct   fro'-��  Scotland a larye shipn!��it tJ  Boundary Agvnia fur ' I'AHsr t'Kl.lftli.A rKI> It K ���- Ii.  Wholesnlt Dealer in Wiriew, r.'quors and CitjaiH.  Tclcjilioiic unlers iccc'vc pronipt attention.  points  qp ,    Orkknwood,U..C.        \*       JAMES McCUIiATH, l'KOi'.  mm mm  Cojinkr Howard v\Ni) Main Sts.  THE  For rates, folders, and tickets apply  to local agents or lo  A. W. Halky, K.J.Coyi.e,.  Agent, A.G.I'. Agt.  Phoenix, li. C.    Vancouver. U.C  J. S. Carter, I), p. a.  Nelson. B.C.  Phoenix People V&nSSHH  lit'iicnillv uill ti 1111 a liomr in Spukmii'11)  tin' (irmiil Hull'', lii-i-i-'nllv i-ciiiiii|i-||i.|1  iii'il  ii'l'iiinislii'd.    Undfi-  1 li.-  iiiuimttH-   nl nf K. E. I'linir, lute 01 Hotel I'liair,  NoIhum. !!.(;.  Ail Riilivli Columbia piipers on file.  KuropcHii'plsni. K-.ilo.-' 5t)ii-iili> In IJ2.1IU  jier dav.    Free lui.- inciMa nil trains.  STRATBCONA  NELSON, B.C.  B TOMKINS, Manager.  Tlie Leadin? Hotel of the Wcofen^ys  Special Rates to Commercial Mer  Good Sample Rooms.  IM^o^U^^^M^Mf^m^M^BS^sMM^  ��  DOMINION AVENUE.  j5t\y.;Hart  Complete llotisefurnishings.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats   .  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Chit's Goods  If Yc'tf Want a nice nobby.and up-to-date .suit ymi will  find a choice selection in onrline ol" men's stylish'clolhin��  lor summer. We sell the kind that wear well and look wel"  M2nfS Shirts You will find it hind tor dtiplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with ai-  tached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats    A large assortment, just  in,   of those  spring blocks, iii Mack and Ilrown, also a  stiaw and linen hats.  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxloids outshine them all.  Boy SttitS A new lot of perfeel lining norfolks   and  piece suits, stvlish.  See ou'r line of Ladies' Wais.s, Ladie.v' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  The  B  i  ':!  i-gfS&g&BgSSZgSS  m

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