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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 16, 1908

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 ,���-V4t  a��?"��w��\* rt-r-r-.r'*  "ivv *i-pi^4��  ���,'.'  ^v^rvt^afef^^  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Ninth Ykar.  ' MAY 19 m  >  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  SATTTRDAY.  M\Y   16,   1908  1  ^ORIA, B. ^  No. 26  YOUR  HMMMMWaMMnMnaWOMMMMm  SPRiNG  SUIT IS  HERE...  SIX MILES OF  ROCK DRILLING  Extent of Bore Holes  in Granby Mines.  . IN  KITHKR  A  Diamond Drilling: is Resumed  by Boyles Bros.  ee  CAMPBELL" or "FIT-REFORM" STYLE.  All you have to do is to come in and pick it out.  It has been made by either one of the best- two  Tailoring Houses - of 'Canada; Designed, Cut and  Finished by Experts.  The,fabric andrcolor are left to your own choice,  and surely there is,something in our range of WORSTEDS, TWEEDS, SERGES or FLANNELS, either  Plain, Striped or Checked, which will appeal to your  fancy at practically any price you care to pay.  - Perhaps you would rather have your suit  Made to Order���Just  Exactly as You Want It  We do not force our ideas or style upon you.  It is you whom1 we wish to satisfy.  We offer you a choice of 150 samples���All English  aud Scotch Cloths, at "prices which will' be a surprise to ���  you.  I  MNIJBR=JENDKICK CO.,  The recent re-inauguration of diamond drilling operations at tbe mines  of the Granby Consolidated, in Phoenix, makes it somewhat interesting to  note what has been done in this line  heretofore. While officials naturally are  not searching (or opportunities to give  out the direct assay results from diamond drilling operations, it is pretty  safe to assume that this s.ystem ol development yields considerable satisfaction to the management, because it  is being kept up year after year.  Probably no mine or group of mines in  British Columbia has had so many  bore holes made, and consequently not  so thoroughly prospected as the  Granby���and yet with the hill practically riddled with these opertures, and  with cores taken out that would approximate stx miles in length, the work  goes steadily on by Boyles Bros., the  contractors, who have done it all for  the Granby company for nearly four  years.  The table appended gives exactly  what ha* been accomplished by the  Granby company in diamond drilling,  the total up to May 1st being 29,117  lineal feet, or more than five and one  half miles of this sort of work:  Previous to 1904.  Boundary Mining Notes  In  In  In  In  .. 4.15��  i9��4 r. ��� - 3^48  i9��5  8.4i9  1906  9i4'7  '9��7  3.983  feet  (L.IMITKD.)  ULiJtmjumumim^  Fresh  Fruit  and  Vegetables  ^enammnn^nnamannmmn*man^a*ns^^anmnmmm~���-'^  Arriving  Daily  PRICES RIGHT.  mn, iiiomi i a.  4ocei5 id Hardware I1ercliil5.=  ���nnrm������-^^rersmsmmmrrreivii  ��� Total     29,ri7feet  As boring was stopped in November  of last, year, when all mining and smelting in the Toundary took a complete  rest, the total for 1907 was not very  large. Then, again, this sort of work  only bayingjbeen recommenced a fewJc  weeks ago, the figures for 1908 will  not be likeiy,to equal those of 5906.  At one lime two drilling outfits were  in usc-br-tlic~Granby-camparfy7"but  at present Mr. Boyles has but one  machine here, which, however, he is  running in ^double shift. Seemingly  there is seme difference of. opinion  among mining men as to the best sys  tern of diamond drilling, though they  all agree that $3 per foot for cores  looks better to them than $10 to $20  per foot for sinking, raising or drifting,  as the case may be, to determine location, extent and value of ore bodies.  For years the Granby company has  done its diamond drilling entirely, by  contract, while the Dominion Cop  per Co. and: B. C. Copper Co. had  their own diamond drills and did  the work themselves. The latter,  however, has been doing more and  more of this work by contract of late,  having a contract now in progress at  its rich Lone Star and Washington  mine, near Danville, Wash.  Although extensive work has already been done in the Granby hill,  there must be a few spots where the  properties are not grid-ironed with  bore holes, and about which the management wishes to learn something  further, as it appears likely that Page  Boyles, in immediate charge of operations here, will be setting diamonds  tor his machine all summer, and perhaps all next winter.  The Boston Commercial is authority for the statement that the B. C.  Copper company have signed a contract whereby Ihe company will receive  an adequate coal and fuel supply.  At the Mother Lode mine preparations are now under way for the installing the of 55-driIl compressor purchased some time' ayo by the B.C.  Copper company from the Canadian  Rand company.  J. J. Fairrell, the well-known prospector, who recently returned-from a  trip to Goldfield,' Nev , has made a  splendid strike on the Buttercup, in  Wellington camp���discovering what  appears to be excellent leads of copper  ore. " j  E. G. .Warren, managing director pf  the Greenwood City Waterworks company, has been appointed general foreman at the B. C. Copper company's  smelter and commenced work the beginning of the week. Men are now  getting the smelter in shape to begin  operations. '   ��  During the past week the ore bins  and trusscl work at the Gold Drop,  which were on Suowshoe property,  have been taken down, and the ore  bins rebuilt at the Curlew. There  will be no more shipping from the  Gold Drop; the ore will be sent down  through chutes and- taken out via the  Curlew tunnel. , Heretofore cars have  been loaded direct, from the Curlew  conveyor, but with,'~the new bins there  will be a storage cajpacity of 250 tons  at the Curlew.        "  The B. C. * Copper company is  experiencing somer';difficulty in organising the forces at their mines and although they have btjen taking on men  at every shift they'Jtill require about  200 miners. Breaking down rock  was commenced at each of the mines  last week but as yeUthcre has been no  shipping done. A supply of cars has  been placed at the -Emma and some  shipping may be done from it today.  The pumps are still going at Mother  Lode and it may be some days yet before any ore is sent out.  ' 'j  Several mining'deals for properties  in Franklin 'arid other North Fork  camps have - recently been__slosBdr  among which was the sale"orthe O K.  claim in Franklin camp to Geo. Todd  and others, the original owners "being  Thos. .Newby, while Mr. Todd also  purchased, xauart*r-*ntarost .in JheAxe  ���ctaim7arsorin Franklm camp, from P.  Wolf. Another tiansfer of' a well  known claim was completed when W.  McWilhams bought tbe Redonda claim  in Brown's camp Trom W. Graham.  AH the claims are reported to be  likely prospects showing good gold and  copper values and brought snug cash  considerations. ;  RICH STRIKE IN  E.P.U. TUNNEL  High Grade Gold and  Silver Stringers.  Tunnel is In 900 Feet���Many  Phoenix Citizens Interested.  COMING AND GOING  CP.R. OFFICIALS  VISIT PHOENIX  Preparing to Handle Increased  Tonages Expected.  Phoenix was visited this week by a  number of C.P.R. officials, among  them being G. H. Eaton, of Winnipeg,,  master mechanic ; W. C. Hodgson,  general car foreman, Pacific division;  Wm. Pitts, of Nelson, locomotive foreman; R. W. Drew, of Nelson, acting  general freight agent. Superintendent  D. C. Coleman.of Nelson, was also a  visitor in the Boundary in his private  car.  Messrs. Eaton, Hodgson and Pitts  were making an inspection of the com  pany's equipment in the Boundary's  great copper camp, and were accompanied by the representative of an improved air brake which they purpose  testing. Mr. Drew was looking over the  ore field for the purpose of keeping a  sufficient supply of ore dumps on hand  to meet the shipping requirements,  which he expects will be greater this  year than ever  New steel ore cars, built specially  for Boundary shipping, have been arriving from the east regularly for some  weeks, and no shortage of cars need  be anticipated during the coming summer. A switch engine will be put in  commission at the Greenwood smelter  and a number of improvements to  trackage, is being considered.  NEW STEEL BUILDING  AT GTANBY SMELTER  A Series ot Extensive Improvements Commenced.  A strenuous season. in the way of  improvements has been inaugurated at  the Granby smelter. Two of the furnaces have been connected with the  new. flue dust chamber, but it will require two months more to connect up  the entire eight furnaces.  The wooden building covering the  big blowing engines is being replaced  by a steel'and brick structure, the steel  work of which is now half completed.  The new building is-larger and is being erected over the old structure, so  that the latter can be taken down when  the new one is completed, without any  inconvenience.  Preparations are also being made  for the enlarging of the furnaces. All  the machinery has been ordered and  is being specially made, and will be  delivered in the course of a few months.  This will require each of the furnaces  to be out of commission for a considerable length of time while being rebuilt.   Bachelors to Give a Dance.  Bachelors of Phoenix are making  preparations on an elaborate scale for  a dance to be given in Miners' Union  hall on Friday evening, .May 29th,  the entire proceeds of which will be  donated to the Phoenix hospital.  Greenwood orchestra, of twelve musicians, have kindly consented to furnish  music for the occasion. Lunch will  be served in the Miners' Union banquet ball by the Phoenix benedicts.  Bachelor committee���G. \V. Rumberger, Chas. Hunter, Dr. MacLean, Max  Berger, W, X. Perkins, H. A. Mathews, VV. A. Thrasher; benedict committee���J. L. Martin, Dr. Dickson,  W. S. Macy, V. N. Sherbino, Geo.  Turner, 0. N. Galer,   W. A. Pickard.  Rich stringers of ore were struck  this week in the long tunnel of the E.  P. U., aud those interested now fee-!  confident they are close upon the  lfd��;i".  The E P. U. is located in Skylark  camp, close to the Bay, Mavis, and  other high grade claims, and is being  developed by the Greenwood-Phoenix  Syndicate, in which a large number in  Phoenix are interested.  Four men have been working steadily in two shifts lor nearly two years on  a tunnel, which is now in a distance of  about 900 feet, and have cut through  stringers from the main lead, showing  good values in gold aud silver. There  is a perpendicular shaft of 200 feet,  but the tunnel is at a depth of about  300 feet and will greatly reduce the  cost of'mining the ore.  A large amount of money has been  expended by the syndicate in driving  the tunnel, but it would now appear  that they are to be rewarded for their  perseverance. The report of the assays are not given out but it is said to  De highly encouraging.       -  Boundary Side Lights  Rev. J. Leech-Porter Leaving.  Rev. John Leech-Porter, rector of  the Church of England, Greenwood  and Phoenix, preached his farewell  sermon here last Sunday, and was saying good-bye to his friends in town on  Wednesday, He left this week for  Enderby, and will be succeeded at  Greenwood and Phoenix by Rev. Mr.  Venables, of Enderby. Rev. Mr.  Leech-Porter has been rector at Greenwood for some years, and for some  months has also been holding services  in Phoenix.  C. R, B. Newton is opening a drug  store in Grand Forks.  D. R. McElmon has planted 300  fruit trees on his farm at Eholt this  spring.  Josh Brown^brother of W. J. Brown,  .Grand-Forks, is locating permanently  in the valley.  The Rock. Creek Irrigation company have" about 30 men employed  clearing land.'  Owing to increased tiaffic theGreen-  wood-Alidway stages have been  doubled in number.  Misses May I.awson and Ida Shaw,  of. Greenwood, have entered the Satur-  nay Sunset competition.".-;  Dr. Tomblyn, of Midway, is attending the K. of P. grand lodge at "Vancouver, as a delegate from Phoenix  lodge.  The Mother Lode stage from Greenwood -has been operating regularity  three times a day since the opening of  the mine.  T. M. Gulley & Co. are building an  extension to their furniture store in  Greenwood, to be used as an undertaking parlor.  David Morgan, of Goldfield, Nev.,  is in the Boundary this week calling on  friends He reports conditions improving at Goldfield.  Harry Simmons has returned to  Greenwood after completing his first  year at the Royal College of Dental  Surgeons, Toronto.  Wm. Garrison, who has been running livery stables at Midway and  Princeton, has sold : his business at  Midway, and last week took a string of  horses and his livery equipment to  Princeton.  Among those who attended the  meeting of the Presbyterian Synod of  British Columbia in Vancouver last  week were Rev. T J. MacLeod, Grand  Forks; M. W. McKee, Greenwood,  and W. R. Ross, Midway.  A post office has been opened at  Denoro with William Phillips as postmaster. The office will be found of  great convenience to the men at the  Emma mine, who in the past had  to go to Eholt for their mail.  Grand Forks city council is considering the advisibility of establishing  an insolation hospital. Action has  been taken as a result of there being  no suitable accommodation for many  cases from outside points being taken  to that city.  Frank Ii. Franson, C.P.R. road  master of liholt, and Miss Albertina C.  Fransen of Sidar, were united in marriage by Rev. C. Newton Powell,  pastor of the Nelson Methodist Church,  at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mill street, Nelson, on Monday  afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Franson left  next morning on a irip to the coast,  where, they will spend a couple of  weeks, before returning to take up  residence at liholt.  Danny Deane and son were visitors  at Rossland this week.  Donald Gunn, chief of police, returned on Tuesday from a visit to  coast cities.  Mrs. I. Corrigan intends leaving in  a few' days for Moyie, to join her husband there.  D. L. McElroy returned on Saturday from Nelson, where he had been a  witness at the assizes.  Wm. Barret, electrical engineer at  Bonnington/ was a visitor in town for a  few days this week.  Francis Knott and daughter, Muriel,  left on Monday for Vancouver, where  he will attend the Methodist conference.  J. E. Miller, of Vancouver, Inspector , of Inland Revenue, was in  town on Thursday inspecting the  Phoenix Brewery.  George Pratt and family, for years  residents of Phoenix, left on Thursday  for Mother Lode, where Mr. Pratt has  taken a position.  M Mclntyre and T. H. Rowe returned on Saturday from Nelson, where  they had been witnesses in the Docksteader vs. Dominion Copper company  case at the assizes  John Lannan, well known in Phoenix camp, left on Wednesday for Newport ro investigate some mining properties there which he is interested in.  He w<ts accompanied by J. T. Whit-  taker.  J. L. Martin, manager of the city  electric works, left on Thursday for  Idaho. He will be joined by Mrs.  Martin at Spokane, and after a trip  through Idaho will go to Seattle and  be present on the arrival of the American fleet. This is Mr. Martin's first  trip to the coast.  George VV. Rumberger returned on  Friday from spending ten days at Halcyon Hot Springs and comments  warmly on Harry Mcintosh's institution. He returned by way of Lake  Okanagan and Keremeos, where he  met many former Boundary residents.  J3e thinks the Keremeos country has  a brigTiMfuture.  Rev. C. Wellesley Whittaker left by  the Great Northern on. Monday for  Vancouver to attend the twenty-second  annual conference of British Columbia.  More than 200 delegates are expected  to be in attendance and the sessions  will last for about eight days. Mr.  Whittaker is the statistical secretary  for the conference.  A. H. Boyd, representing the Denver Rock Drill and Machinery company, is in town this week, introducing  the new rock drill of his company into  Boundary mines. The Denver rock  drill is used extensively in camps  throughout the United States, and are  also in use at Rossland and Cobalt.  He is accompanied by Mrs. Boyd.  MINING MEN  AT ROSSLAND  Institute Members In  Session This Week  Boundary Man Receives Gold  Medal���Big Tour Arranged.  Latest I'rlces in Meials  Nkw Yokk���Copper, electrolytic  50 @t 12.U2���,   lake. $12 62>a  BarSilvur, 52%  Lead, ft 22.'2 ��*i.l1%.  Speltar, 14.65 �� $4.65  *]2  (ii $12.75. ���  , Killed at Keremeos  Fred D. Jackson, well known in  Phoenix and-a pioneer of the Boundary  was killed at Keremeos on Thursday of  last week. He was foreman of a Great  Northern railway construction gang and  was riding on a load of steel rails when  he slipped and fell between the wheels  of the wagon, the entire weight of the  wagon passing over his body.- Deceased was a member in good standing  of the Miners' Union at Grand Forks,  also a member of Masons, Oddfellows  and Eagles; was about 50 years of age  and unmarried.  The  Western Branch of the Canadian Mining Institute held a   meeting  in Rossland on Thursday and Fiiday  of this week.    This was the first meet  ing of the  western branch since its or-,,  ganization at Nelson on January. 15th  last.-    -   l"-      " ' N". '   ^ ''"'"     <  "   Among   those" from- the' Granby  company Jn attendance at the meeting  were: A. B. W. Hodges, (President of  the Institute); C. M.   Campbell, assistant engineer; W. Bishop, chief assayer:  C.   Mitchell,   construction   engineer;  VV. F. J. Miller, draftsmen,  and F. L.  Lathe, chemist.  Mr. Campbell,' assistant engineer at  the Granby mines, Phoenix, gave' a'  paper on "Methods of Mining," splendidly illustrated with photos and diaw-  ings.  Mr. Lathe, chemist was made the  recipient of a gold medal presented by  the President of the Canadian Mining  Institute, Frederic Keffer, formerly  engineer in charge of the British Columbia Copper company's mines in the  Boundary. Last year Mr. Keffer offered a gold medal for the best article  on any technical mining subject. Out  of about a dozen papers submitted by  competitors, that of Mr. Lathe was  awarded first place, Mr. Lathe is a  recent graduate of McGill University  and accepted a position with the Granby company at Grand Forks last fall.  The Western Branch of the Canadian Mining Institute was- organized  for the purpose of those interested in  mining in the west to meet and discuss  matters of interest without going to  eastern Canada. The western branch  has already a large membership, and  it is intended to meet three times each  year. ���    > - - - ���- ,  Arraojlot for Bif Tour.  The Canadian Mining Institute as a  whole is  arranging  for 'a' big tour of  western Canadian   mines.    Invitations  have been   sent to  the metallurgical,  steel and  mining societies, of London,  I England, to send delegates to join the  party.    A special  train with Institute  members and mining men of note will  leave Montreal the latter  part of Aug-,  ust or early in'September,   coming byJ  way of the Crow's Nest, Nelson, Ross-;  land and Trail, they will visit Phoenix  and other camps in the Boundary, and  proceed   to   the  coast.    This : will be  the largest delegation   of touring   mining   men  to  visit, western   Canadian  mines.    At  Victoria  they will  be received and entertained by  the provincial  government,  and  a  big meeting  held    there,   at   which   mining  men  from various parts of the continent will  be present.   Mrs.  Students' Recital.  Murray's  class in   piano  and  voice will give a students' recital in the  Presbyterian Church on the evening of  Tuesday, May 19th. All who encourage the study of good music should be  present to enjoy the excellent program  which the students are preparing.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  ts of Boundary mines lor i.    .  . as reported to the rhoenix Pioneer-  May 16, '08  t'bc following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines tor 1900, for 1901.  >. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905, for 1906, and 1907.  I MlHB. IOOO       1901 1901 1903  Orauby Mines.... 64.553 331,761 309.858 393.718  397  5.340  '9,494  Snowshoe-���  B. C. Copper Co,  Mother Lode���  B C. Mine   Emma ~  Oro Denoro.... -   Souitie Belle -   Oom. Cop. Co....  Br'ktyn-Stem- .  Idaho-..,  -   Rawhide  -   Sunset-  -   Mouutu Kose -.  Athclutan     1,200  Morrison   Hell.-   tor   Urey Kojfle   [,731    30,800    71,313  09.034 141.336 138,��79  47.40S    14.SU 19,365  8,530 M.937    tS.537  1904  549.703  1005  653^��9  174.398    147,576  650  37.960  16.400  9.485  3,007  1906  801.404  8,436  105,900  14SS  11 804  3,"7  1907  6*3.537  135.001  308,331  1.7"  18,374  14481  1908        Week 4  403,334     34.309 ,  367        34,350     55,731  803     7.4S5    '5.731  550  ��� I'- ��'  A Sena  A No. 37.......  T Reliance   V Sulphur Kfcig_  A Winnipeg-   T Coiduu Crown...  V King Solomon...  4 Dig Copper   1,076  3.350  1,040  .........  &  785  635  5.646  3,339  "'363  3,070  3.����  35,108  3.056  4.747  140,085  3.960  36,033  48,390  3.5S5  43,295  13.353  04.173  3t.��7��  31,358  " "049  3.45��  333  364  33  1,833  13  150  586  No. 7 Mine   Cily of i'aris   Jew-I         160  , KiveisUle   eariui   ' Sally   , Rambler.   Butcher Uoy   Duncan   . Providence   Blktaorn   Strathmote   GoUI:ti  K.'islc   Preston   Prince Henry   -ifcylnrk      I.asl Chance   H. P. U. Mine   Mavis  -   Don Pedro   Crescent   Helen   Ruby   Republic   \f bceltaneou*...    3,330  66s     482  3,000  35o  3,o6o  "sS,-  ...30  145  ��9  J.IV  11)  993  400  167  500  716  3��S  53  5��  300  60  750  770  IjO  535  6S9  355  73  30  40  !1  500  ...30  106  76  1.140  40  140  IS  589  90  "65  40  700  60  30  45  Total, tons  96.600  39o,Soo 50S.S76 690,419 839,808  ' Smelter treatment��� ,  Granby Co  63.387   230.S1S '!2.A4�� 401,931 595,352  B.C.Coppet Co   117.611 148,600163,913 3I0.4J4  Dom.Cop. Co-     133,570 30.930  933.54St, 161.537 I.I48,>37  687,988 838,879  310,830    133,740  84,059 3l8,8ll  637,626  341.953  153.439  402.731       11.309  393.394     32,403 (  Total reduced-62^89 34S.439 460,940 697404 837.6C6 9828771.173430 MM.oW   ?9>.394      33 403 ^  73''   S,P>'  ill  ���Ja! ^'  l.tjfUr'fi  "4 l,h  .&*  *f5  ���ri ���  i''  5"  "h  W  it  %��:-.;  4? *  if.  w  f  m :'���  m-  a  ISf;  Hi  ii  w  I  I. ��*  flf  1:  THE PHOENIX Pr��WEEB.  ton  Drawer 1082  BROKERS  Nelson, B.C.  Plione ijo  WE WILL BUY  100 B C. Copper.........:   4 50  .  10 Consolidated Smelter. 70,00  10 Granby .............. 87.50  6000 Panhandle Smelter-..      .05?��  1000 Rambler Cariboo .      .24)4  200 Snowetorm...;...:...    1.70  WE WILL SELL  \n     ���'���'.' j   :-.������'   ���.  In and Around Phoenix  1000 Cariboo McKinney.  100-Dominion Copper...  1000 International Coal..  2000 Missoula Copper   1000 Royal Collieries.. ..  2000 Tel-Kwa Mines.  .02  1.75  .04  .25  .07'-ft  If you will trade at prices named, please use the wire or long distance  .'phone at our expense.  BRIEF  TOPICS  OF  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  MIGHTON OX CAVANAUGH,  i i i�� HBOKUHS.  a  the  the  Ida  HOTEL,  FOR SALE  Maple Leaf Hotel  City   of   Phoenix  HAS finest business location in the great Boundary Mining Cam|>, close  to Granby mines ; : has firstclass bar trade, and a good business is being  done at present. The hotel bedrooms, dining-room and kitchen are all  well furnished throughout with good accommodation tor the public. A  *nap for quick sale.     For  further  particulars   write . or   "all   on  A. SCHULLI, PHOENIX, B. C  -o-  Ititlif Htil   ef Btandarj'i Latdlnf  Mliltl Csap  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Are., and First St..  PHOENIX, B. C.  Sew and Up-to-dftte i   >   m.mictcd  Good Sample .Room*. ��^ Proprietor  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in "Phoenix. New  from'cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot Modern Bathrooms  .Stmam.   *.</> Heated  JAMES nARSHALL, Prop. Phoenix, B.C.  mi*,  Phoenix opera house, all next week,  National Stock company.  Dry wood   in  car  lots.     Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. f. Gardner.  Change of bill  every  night at  Phoenix theatre all next week.  Furnished   rooms   to    let,   in  Marsh   block;   apply   to    Mrs  Corrigan.  You can save money if you buy  your furniture from Binns, the Furniture man.  Don't forget the Public Library  benefit dance in Miners' Union hall  next Tuesday evening.  The subject for Sunday at the Methodist church will be, "A .Right Beginning, a Good Ending."  R. P. Williams, of Rossland, representing the Canadian Rand Drill  company, was a visitor in town on  Saturday.  R. Horrell, merchant tailor, will  move his business quarters to the  store adjoining Thos. Brown, on Knob  Hill avenue. '  Mr. and Mrs. Danny Deane celebrated their wooden ��� wedding on  Friday of this week, it being the fifth  anniversary of their married life.  ��� If you know any news tell the Pioneer. The Pioneer wants to print all  the news, but it cannot secure all unless it receives some aid in that way.  The Western Branch of the Canadian Mining Institute will hold its annual meeting at Rossland next Thursday and Friday. Special railway rates  will be given by the C.P.R. A. B. W.  Hodges is president, and E. Jacobs,  of Victoria, secretary.  Rev. and Mrs. Elmond S. Miles, of  Franklin, N. Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Grace Eloise,  to Rev. Thomas Green, M.A., B.D.,  of the British Columbia Conference.  The wedding is to take place early in  [une. Rev. Mr. Green was pastor of  the Methodist church in Phoenix a few  years ago.  ~    -��� ���      -'.'���'  The C. P. R. announces in this is"  sue their annual summer excursions to  the east. Firstclass round trip tickets, via any recognized routes hVboth  directions, to Winnipeg, Duluth' and  Fort ��� William $6o; Toronto, $94.40;  Moutreal, 108.50", and to other'points  at proportionate rates. Good to return  TOTTimery-aays: -���'���: ,���  j�� egg  ��� Sewing Machines from $10 up, see  Miss McDonald.  Phoenix city council  will meet next  Wednesday evening.  The National Stock Co., in Phoenix  opera house, -all next week.  You can gel a bargain in China any  time at Thrasher's Drug Store.  House-keeping rooms to rent; apply  to J. Mcintosh, Old Ironsides avenue.  Regular service tomorrow- in the  Church of England, Phoenix, will be  "' 11 am.  Staodloc if Sludeai* la   Senior Division  Month of April.        '  Senior entrance class���Etta Murray. 3S8'; Grace McKenzie, 3458;  Gladys Pickard, 3i25;Bertrand Knott,  3090: Arthur Isaacson, 2706; Alvin  Hendrickson, 2638; Elizabeth Spilhaugh, 2487; Katie Bell, 2226; George  Heidman, 2161; Eddie Murray, 1513.  Junior entrance class���Cora  Dawson, 3018; Harry Swanson, 2648;  Hattie Graham, 2639; willie Johns,  2373; Eddie Swanson, 7361; Helen  Gordon, 1176.  Fourth   class���Mary    Mussatto,  The Auto Filler  Fountain Pens  at  Just received another shipment of  Baby's Go-carts and Carriages���Binns,  the Furniture man.  It will pay you to see N. Binns if  you are wanting Furniture, as he has  now a full stock in most lines,  Phoenix bachelors are arranging for  a ball to be held about the end of the  mo^th, proceeds to go to the Phoenix  hospital.     .  The interior of the Hotel Brooklyn  is being freshened with a spring coat  of paint. James Marshall is the artistic decorator.  Building operations are now on the  move. John Appleby received a car  of lumber on Monday and has a number of contracts on hand.  Rebekah Lodge, No.   46, I.O.O.F.,  on Tuesday  evening  elected   Mrs. L.  I Tait as  special   representative  to  the  'I.O.O.F. Grand Lodge, which  meets  in New Westminster next month.  Waldo F. Koehler, a member of  the National Stock company, who de  lighted audiences in Nelson last week,  was in the city on Wednesday. Mr.  Koehler will introduce a new specialty  by impersonating Richard Mansfield  in the title role from one act of the  Parisian romance, which is promised  to be a treat for theatre-goers.  On Thursday, April 20, David Tyson, of Phoenix, and Miss Mary Jane  Slee, of Broughton-in-Furness, England, were married in Nelson Metho  dist church by Rev. C. Wellesley Whit  taker, of Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs.  Tyson arrived in town on Monday and  have taken up residence in Spion Kop,  where they . will be at home to their  friends".'  UNDER NEW   MANAGEMENT  Hotel Alexander  McGiilis & JMcLaugHIin, Props.  Conducted in First-Class shape. ' Choice stock 'pi Irrigating ^oods.'  Special attention to dining., room.   . Large,. airy .and..       -_...  well  furnished rooms.-^  -.fOmbImIm Avcmm  >x.^iuixl:B^C^xx  BABY CARRIAGES AMD GO-CARTS  ���--���-���-���-i-O-  smii  .'���     .    Just.arived a.fine line. , Come and get first choice^  -BINNS THE FURNITURE MAN  tmDBXt.TA.KING  SPECIALTIES  t  O  1  .'"At a meeting of Snowshoe Lodge,  No. 46, I. O.O.F., on Monday evening, F. J. McDougall and T..-Johnstone were appointed delegates,,and  R. Silverthorne and M. Martin ' alternates, to attend 'the meeting of- the  Odd Fellows'Grand Lodge ofBritish  Columbia, to be held in New/ Westminster on June 10th.  For the benefit of those who-.abhor  printers' ink as a prime factor to , the  advancement of their interests,' we  should state,that ���_ Samson���the, strong  party���was the first man to advertise.  He took' two solid columns to demonstrate his strength, and several thousand  pe6ple'"tumbled",-torjthe scheme. ^He  brought down the housed'    '' '   **    &  A. S.  Hood has been_ appointed ��.  police "magistrate, 'to" have "'jurisdiction"  under the "Small^ Debts Act"-/or* the  city^of Phoenix, and witbih-a radius of  three, miles, from ^Phoenix.;��� Grand  Forks Gazette* < The"5 Gazette is ,'just  about 12 months late with this information, Mr. Hood having received,this  appointment about a year ago.       4    ''  Wednesday, June 24th, is the day  decided upon by the Scandinavian Aid  and Fellowship society for their excur-  ion to Rossland. This is a special  holiday in connection with Jhe society,  known.as.Midsummer Day. A C.P.R.  train has -been chartered, and the low  rates secured will no doubt induce a  large number  from   the   Boundary to  take the trip.    .  5T   .-.������_      .      ., ,j   ,  i  The Murray Comedy compa'ny"pres-  ented "My Nephew's Wife" at the opera ' house . on Thursday even'ng.  Bright, original and entertaining comedy kept the audience in good humor  throughout the performance, each of  the characters being well taken and  specialties between acts being good.  They also, gave satisfaction last night  in "A Runaway Match," and tomorrow-theyn, will -present !'Winning a  Women."  2653; Albert Elmgreen, 2560; Frank  Tinetti, 2403; Edith Fraser, 2321;  Annie Isaacson, 2106; Gertrude Knott,  1791; George Biner, 1625.  Third class���Alma Hendrickson,  2529; Edna Swanson, 2520; Sipre  Elmgreen, 2497; Laurel Pickard, 2441;  Helen Quinlivan, 2334; James Whitf,  2187; Annie McKco-vn, 1993; Jessie  Pierce, 1952; Francis Larson, 1S38;  James Robertson, 1726; Arthur Walters, 1699; Allen Docksteader, 1520;  Emlyn Pierce, 1268.  The following list   shows the   number of days each pupil was absent during April: Eddie   Murray,   9; H. Gor  don, 8; E.   Pierce, 6;   K.   Bell, 5;   A. |  Docksteader.  4; G.   Biner,   3^;   G.  Knott, 3J^;,F. Larson, 3*6; H.    Graham, 2; G. Heidman, 2;  Annie Isaacson, 2; G.   Pickard,  2; L. Pickard   2;  Etta Murray. i}4; J. Robeitson, iy&;  E. Fraser,   1; VV.  Johns, 1;   H. Quinlivan, 1; C. Dawson, ^; M.   Mussato,  Yd E. Spilhaugh, j4; Edna  Swanson,  J4; J. Pierce,J^; J.   White, #.    The  remaining   pupils  were  never'absent  during the month.  Written examinations were held  during three days of last week, the  papers used being those given at the  last entrance examinations, which took  place in December. None of the  pupils had ever seen these papers, and  they were used as a test of their preparedness for trying to pass their next  entrance examination, which will take  place in June. The following six  pupils wrote: Etta Murray, Berfiand  Knott, Grace McKenzie, Gladys Pickard, Arthur Isaacson and Elizabeth  Spilhaugh. It is necessary at the entrance examination to obtain a certain  total, and also to obtain a certain number of marks in each subject. All six  failed to obtain the total. In addition  to this, E. Murray, G. Pickard and A.  Isaacson, failed in four subjects each;  G. McKenzie arid B. Knott failed jn  five subjects each, and li. Spilhaugh  in six subjects. It is evident therefore, that these" pupils are not yet  ready to undergo the examination, and  that it would be better for them to  wait till next December. It is almost  certain, however, that four of the six  will leave Phoenix permanently before  next December, and that - they will  not have a chance'to try the examination unless they try it in June. For  this reason an effort will ,be made by  working after hours on school days and  by getting them to come to school on  Saturdays, to advance them to suth an  extent that they  may   have reasonable  hopes of passing in June.      It is hoped  that their parents will see that they remain at home in the evenings and  spend their time in studying during  the next six weeks.  The BEST, Cheapest  and mosl satisfactory  Clothing in Phoer.ix.  WHO SA \'S SO? H sindreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelicve it come  and examine goods.  A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Tics,etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  .   and Chk\pest,prices.  THOMAS BROWN/  Men's Wear Exclusively. KNO* HriS^&.x  DS����r  WALLPAPER  LatcM  I i<\-,i-_ns  ing   makers   in  from the  Canada.  Now   is   ihe   time 10   make   your  cho:ce-���'.ve have ju^t what you  want,  from   the .cheapest  to   the    best.      Cull  and -inspect.  ^tt'TOHB FRAMING  '   " '-tH-m-et-et  t  -   Resolution of Condolence. '\  The Fraternal Order of Eagles, No.'  158,  Phoenix,   passed   the   following  resolution at their last meeting  . 'Latest Mining Stock Quotations'.  [Corrected by Mighton & Cavanagh,  NelBon, B. C, to April 8, 1908.J  The stock market is'a snre indicator  of the trend of bnsinesB. A' more buoyant feeling is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  following quotations:  BID  Alberta Coal and Coke       ,12>��  B.C. Copper .....;...; 4.50   :  Chas. Dickens    ".. ' .11   "  Cona. Smelters  68.00  Copper King 03%  it0^'. Copper  1.25..  Galbraith Coal....-;. r "\20  Customs Receipts.  The following is a detailed report of  the customs receipts at the various  sub-customs offices, as reported to the  head office at Grand Forks, for the  month of April: Grand Forks $2,365.-  76; Phoenix, 1,219.26;Cascade, $128.-  91; Carson, 87.33.  i  i  t  i  Whfaew ft ha, pleased Almighty ISStoT.���..     -"       ���g~  oooBoofflaaaoaoa=Qtst5��(aoa.taoaoia  Kootenay 5teamLaundry��   ��� NELSON,  B;'C;'~   ''''   '"'' ���*  First Class Worft-Jeat <mt Tuesday M  Returned Friday Evening. 0  RUGS <SL CARPET*���A SPECIALTY  Phone 64  loenix Jream  LIMITED.  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a'position to .handle tin- largest or smallest orders  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  Phone No. 25  Patronize Home Industry.  God ir^,,his ..wisdom, to. remove from  amongst us, our dearly beloved brother  and-friend, Christopher-Martin; be it  therefore resolved , that.,we extend to  the widow arid family of our late' beloved brother our sympathy in this the  hour of their., affliction, assuring them  of our  interest at all times.    Be , it  further .resolved jthat a copy of this  resolution be printed in- the Phoenix  Pioneer, and a copy be sent the widow  of our late lamented brother, and that  the.Charter be draped for thirty days."  '- New 0. N. Coaciies Arrive.  The Great Northern passenger, train  pulled into Phoenix last Monday evening with the two  new  coaches   which  were in transit for some  days, having  been relieved from customs headquarters at Grand Forics by the payment of  over $ 1,000 duty;   Glittering with hew  paint and   shining   windows,   and   a  broad smile on Conductor   Kerr, the  coaches presented a sparkling������ appearance to citizens at the depot, vwho immediately, examined  and  passed  approval on the new rolling^stock. ' One  is a.first-class coach} while;.the other is  a.   leather-upholstered     compartment  smoker.    They are right up to date-  hut none too good for Phoenix.  NOTICE OF APPUCATIOM   FOR''RENEWAL:.0F-  '��� i ilQUpRtLICENSE  Granby ..'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'. \,",'   86.:00  Hecla (O.D.A.)      3.00  International O. & C.       .57  Kendall :         1 20  Missoula Copper. .��� r..-    -.io>2'  Nahob...  .    .03^  OomPaul ���.'...:-.,.-"...  ^   .03  Panhandle Smelter.'..   ���    .OtSU  Kambler-Cariboo 24>|  Rex   Snowshoe    Snowstorm   Snllfvan ���    Sullivan Bonds  Stewart.   ���10%  .07  1.75  ���00#  .87^  - ASKBD  1 .16  - ;5.ooi  .17  74.00  .04  - 1.60  .28  .03^  95 00  4.50  .61  1.40  ���      -10%  .04  ���M  '   -08%  .27  .mi  .10  1.80  .01  55.00  1.00  NOTICE OF APPLICATION   FOR   RENEWAL OF  LIQUOR LICENSE.  TAKE NOTICE  that I, John A. Mo  Mastsk, of Eholt, intent  applying  to  the Superintendent of Provincial  Police-  at  the expiration of one,  month   from  date hereof, for a renewal, of my  hoto  license, for the premises  known " aa; the  Union Hotel, at Eholt,  " ���   - ��� ...Tohn'A. McMASTtsn  Dated at Eholt, May 2nd, lOOS.  Phoenix jpera  P  We can prmr. ror you  r%.  Spring Clothing  for Mca  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms,  Delivery Books, Invoices,  Business  Cards,  In Repertoire of  Up-to-date  High-Class Plays  ^l  1'iomjit :ittention to all orders  A.   D.   McKENZIE,   Manager.  ,Dni?*nipn Ave., - - :.";.- phoftQlx> B ^  THE MAN who likes, to be well  dressed, who is  fastidious about  his clothes, is the,man we want to  sfee.    Our   Spring  Suitings   and  Overcoatings are unsurpassed anywhere,  embracing  all  the latest  colors  and   shades.     All- work  done  by  skilled   employees���no  shirking of the smallest detail is  .���'.. permitted.      ..:.:  WE ARE MOVING 'INTO   OUR  NEW STORE���adjoining Thos.  Brown's���in a few days, and   will  be pleased to show you  the new  est suitings.  Everything in fact,  T  MW  Ilth  As cheaply, neatly and quickly  As anyone else.  in Nat. Goodwin's Masterpiece  'IN  , TAKE NOTICE that I, Axel Gust-  taKBon, of Denoro, intend applying to  ihe Superintendent of Provincial Police  at the expiration of one month from  flute hereof, for n ronewal of my hotel  license for the premises known as tho  Pacific Motel at Denoro, B.C. I  AXEL   GUSTTASON.  D&t^^enoto^May2'im'        |i'*^|,chant Tailor, Phoenix  R. Horrell,  Call us up by  telephone and we will  send around; or  if you   prefer  call on us.  Popular   Prices,  50c  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  Phoenix, B.C.  a^Vj^��jMt.����n.iMM4iat)iyjitfflHitiaapaw��cm  BAM&UIUMll1IMIUR>nMH pi  am**<>>*rMt;.��f~{��*  KKKpi  iii^Ai'i^tffiaiut'dSa::  tkzkim^  ���"I  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  PROVINCIAL.  o���>  ���o  Fernie hod a $10,000 fire last week.  Roller skating is   popular at   Revelstoke.  Feinie  is  to   have   an   up-to-date  brickyard. .  The C.P.R. suffered a washout at  .Gerratd on-Tuesday.  Cranhrook's spring race meet lakes  phtce May 181I1 and 191I1.  A Knights ol Pythias lodge was in  stituted at Hosmer on May 1st.  For 500 acres of land near Keremeos,.; Mrs. LoWe has been ofiered  $175,000.  A school of mines will be established in connection with the University of British Columbia.  Lieutenant-Governor James Ouns-  muir of British Columbia has been  elected a director of the CiP.K.  The C.P.R. has1 ordered two new  Empresses which, will he larger and  better than the present Pacific lineis.  The grand lodges of the Knights of  Pythias and Pythian Sisters for B.C.  will be convened in Victoria this week.  Over ,500 new names have been  placed on the voting list of the Cranbrook riding during the past three  months.  A delegation of coast Indians will  go to Ottawa on May 26th to lay  their land grievances before Sir Wilfrid Laurier.  Arrangements have been completed  whereby the scholars of in the public  schools of the province will be fur-  nished with free school books next  term.  Ralph Smith, M.P., for Nanaimo,  has introduced a bill in the Dominion  house which ^provides for an eight  hour day for;:tekgiaphers and^dispatchers on Canadian railways.  John Dunn and a companion named  Penson were upset in a. canoe in the  narrows at Proctor last week and Dunn  was drowned, but .Penson, after a hard  struggle, managed to reach   the shore.  At Kamloops, Fred Trumper has  been committed for trial charged with  ihe murder of George W. Coleman, at  Pouce. Coupe Prairie, on November  25thlast.  For the purpose, of continuing the  survey of the Alaskan-Canadian boun  dary line, J. I).  Craig,  of Ottawa, left  for Victoria on May  3rd with a  party  of men who will assist him in the work.  Captain   J. W.   Troup,   superintendent of  the   British   Columbia coast  steamship service of  the C.P.R. is expected to reach Victoria about the end  of this week.    Captain Troup went to  Glasgow   to   see   the   builders of  the  new.steamer Princess Charlotte, which  is to  be the  best  of the GrP;R.-fleet,v  to discuss with them the details of the  building of-the   vessel and to  arrange  for the fitting up of the steamer as desired with a view to the special conditions of the service into which she   is  to be placed, alternating  with the fast  steamer Princess Victoria.  PRETTY WOMEN  O  MENiCURED BY PERU *NA.  Pe-ru-na Has a German Baron's Heartiest Endorsement*  I r"" mi  ......,  *~1>  Baron J. M. Vendenhelm, 1325 (i street, N". W., Washington, D. C.,,writes:  ' 'For a long time, until I came Into this climate, I had congratulated myself upon having a perfectly sound pair of lungs. But I began to have  little coughs and annoying colds that shook my faith In my breathing apparatus. This continued two winters until I had lost health and strength  to ah alarming degree. Peruna cured me and restored my strength. You  are at liberty to use my heartiest endorsement of Peruna as a medicine  and tonic for colds, coughs and as a tonic"���J. M. Vendenhelm.  ������'���'�� ..............  ..........��������....,  Pe-ru-na Has Many Friends.  . Miss Eleanor M. Gardner, 156 State  street, Salem, Ore., writes: ���������.-._;  "I am very pleased with the results  obtained from the ubo of. Peruna. A few  months ago �� contracted a severe cold  and,cough. After using a little .more  than two bottles of Peruna the cold left  mo entirety.  "I shall know Just what to take now  ���when I.contract a cold and will not let  it get such a hold on my system.   Your  mnim<<i  >  Miss Mary Crawley, Troasurer-.LaGrange Kosmos Olub, 841 S. Madison  avenue, LaGrange, 111.,-writeB:  "J *$.** everyone suffering from systemic catarrh will read this letter,  and will profit by It.   I was In a very bad shape Indeed when I began to,,  take Peruna, and my friends, as well as myself, were very much alarmed   -'  over my condition.   1 was nervous, slept badly, my food did me no good  mad I was always tired. -        !  _ "/ took three bottles of Peruna and felt like a new woman. However, 1  did not stop there, and kept on taking It for a while longer and broke oft  gradually until J had taken eight bottles. Then I felt completely cured and  have remained so since. 1 am glad to recommend Peruna."-Mary Crawley. \  ������������������������ .'. . . .  -���>������>������  medicine has   many friends and  well  deserved."���Eleanor M. Gardner.  As Sure aa Fate.  There are some things which are as  sure aa fate, and can be relied on to  occur to at leant one-half of the human  family unless means are .taken to  prevent.  First, colds not promptly cured are  sure to cause catarrh.  Second, catarrh Improperly treated Is  sure to make life short and miserable.. ,  ........ .  The Destructive Power of Catarrh-  Catarrh spares no organ or function  of the body. It is capable of destroying sight, taste, smell, hearing.digestion,  secretion, assimilation and excretion.  It pervades every, part of the human  body, head, throat,, stomach, bowels,  bronohlal tubes, lungs, liver, kidneys,  bladder and other pelvic organs.  The Curative Powers of Pe-ru-na  There is no fact in medical science  better established than that a teaspoon-  ful of Peruna before each meal will absolutely protect a person from catching  cold." Now, if this 1b true (and there Is  no doubt of it), thousands of lives would. I  ........ . �� .  1 be saved, and tens of thousands of cases  of chromo catarrh prevented, by this  simple precaution -within reach of every  one.  ��� Peruna is not simply a palliative to  relieve some of the distressing symptoms. It Is a permanent and radical cure.  Thousands of Testimonials.  We have on file many thousand testimonials like the ones given here. We  can only give our readers a slight  glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited  endorsements we are receiving every  month. No other physician in the  world has receiveu such a volume of  enthusiastic.letters of thanks as Dr.  Hartman for Peruna.  '.....999.  Rev. Flory Much Pleased With Pe-ru-na.  ��-���������������������������� .......  '����� .....9...............I-,  Kev. W. Howard Plory, 032>4 S. Broadway, Ix>s Angeles, Gal., a minister  with Progressive Brethren, a branch of the Dnnkards, also a lecturer and  a leader in reform movements in connection with capital and labor, writes:  "/ am very much pleased with Peruna, as It cured me of catarrh which  lhad suffered with for many years, and which I thought I would never be  rldof. All the medicines I bad. taken only relieved me for a short time  and 1 was pretty discouraged when 1 began using Peruna.  "A few doses convinced me It was doing me much good, and when tt .  finally cured me and there was no catarrh left In my system It seemed all  too good.   I find that my cure Is permanent and I shall guard against  another case of catarrh by taking Peruna as soon as I contract a cold."---  \ W. Howard Flory.  ��� .������������������...... 9 ...... u . m ...'.......... m 9 9 '. .'. s s ��� s �� .''." m .  Suffered Several Years���Health He-  stored by Pe-ru-na,  Mrs. Eiizabeth* Beuther, 107 West  40th street, New York City, member  board of Directors' North End Clio Association, writes:  "I am pleased to endorse Peruna as a  SDlcidid medicine for catarrh and stom-  I ach trouble from ���which/-1 suffered for  Feveral years. I took It for: several  months and at the end of that -time  found my health was restored and have  felt splendidly ever since. I now.tako  it when Icontractacoldanditsoonxida  the sys te m of any catarrhal tendeBOlOb*  ���Elizabeth Beuther.  Oily Two Bits Per Mooth.  The cost of having us send the Pioneer to any part of the world, for a  short time, is only 25 cents per month.  Leave names and addresses at the  riorieer office.  A Most Valuable Agent.  The glycerine employed In Dr. Pierce's  medicines greatly enhances the medicinal  properties which it extracts from native  medicinal roots and holds in solution  much better than alcohol would. It also  possesses medicinal properties of its own,  being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,  antiseptic .and antlferment. It adds  greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry-  bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stone  root and Queen's root, contained in  "Golden Medical Discovery " in subduing  chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,  throat and lung affections, for all of which  these agents are recommended by standard medical authorities.  In all cases, where there is a wasting  away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak  stomatfh, as in the early stages of con-  sumr/tlin. there can be no doubt that glycerine/acts as a valuable nutritive and  aids Mie Golden Seal root. Stone root,  Queefcs root and Black Cherrybark In  SromoUng digestion and building up the  esh arfltnstrength. controlling the cough  ��nd bringing about a healthy .condition  of the while system. Of course. It must  not be eilrJccted to work miracles. It will  not curenbnsumptlon except In its earlier  Mages, ft will g��ri�� vrv severe, nhstl-  naijC, harip-ZITi. clirop'lT rnnplis. bronchlaf  Hospital Donations.  Li��t of Donations received   sulci Jan.  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General  Hospital:     .."... ..' ' '  R.HorreU  B. Macaulay  Cash Jip   Cai-h. J15   Cash $s ���   Boole Cane '.,  Bed Linen.4 doi..  Cash |so...............  Cash jio   Cash %-i\    A. K. Berry   A. H. H. Clark  ......Hospital Ladles' Aid   ;...-_��� ...E. T. Bank   Jas. McCreath  Canadian Maud Drill Co.    A. B. Hood   ..���.....A Friend  Gentleman'* Dressing Gown Mrs, J. B.Boyle  Old Linen ��� _.Mrs  I.Crawford  t Box Book*  Mrs. B. A. W. Hodge!  Cash %v _ A Grand Forks Friend  Dorr, luion Capper Co ....Full Set Boiler Tubes  C -J Wwl ���  V. B.irll���*  Spring Cot   Maple <*yrup. .'.  M.  t\  t\  M  TAKK NOTICE that I, Axel Gust- * *  ta^son, of Denoro, intend applying to \1 7f  the Superintendent of Provincial Police I  at the expiration of one month from I K A  date hereof, for a license for my hotel  the premises known as the Pacific ft ^  Hotel at Denoro, B.C.  AXEL   GTJSTTASON.  Dated at Denoro, May 2, 190S.  NOTICE  OF  APPLICATION  LICENSE  FOR    A    LIQUOR  NOTICE.  roiilc sore  53  Mr"ro"1^ r"��f'������'?���   ,.      ii. troiinios. and ch  tiiroai. wUh JioarsrneSS. In act  Ulsnotsocuective. TTis in tho lingering  hang-on coughs, or those of longstanding,  even when accompanied by bleeding from  lungs, that It has . performed its most  marvelous cures.  Prof. Flnlcy Ellliigwood, M. D., of Bennett Med. College, Chicago, says of gly-  ccrlno:  " IndyBpepsIa ltservcfl an excellent purpose.  Holdlnc a fixed Quantity of thu poroxldo of  hydnxren In solution. II Is ono of tlio best  manufactured products of tlio present time in  Its action upon enfeebled, disordered stomachs, especially if there is ulceration or catarrhal gastritis (catarrhal inflammation or  stomach). It is a most efficient preparation.  Glycerine will relievo many coses of pyrosis  (heartburn) and excessive gastric (stomach)  acidity."  "Golden Medlcul Discovery" enriches and  purifies tho blood curing blotches, pimples,  eruptions, scrofulous swellings and old sores,  or ulcers. ��� ���  Send to Dr. R. V. Pterce. of Buffalo. N. T~  for free booklet telling nil about the native  medicinal roots composing this wonderful  mndtalne.   There is no alcohol in It.  NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that, thirty days  after date. I, Joseph J. Bassett, of Hartford  Junction, B.C., intend to apply to the superintendent ot provincial police. V. S. Ilussev, of  Victoria, for the renewal of a retail liquor  license for the Hartford Hotel, at Hartford  Junction, B.C.  Joseph J. Bassett.  Hartford Junction, B.C., April 31,'igoS.  MINERAL ACT.  Is acknowledged by those who read it regularly to be the  leading journalistic exponent of the Boundary District of Southeastern British Columbia.  It is published in the centre of the great Copper Mining  Industry of British Columbia, and prints the news of the Districts while it is news. It plays no favorites, but aims to' give  everyone a square deal.  The Pioneer costs $2 per annum; to American subscribers,  $2.50, and more than one of its readers subscribes for two,  three and even five years.    Address, with remittance,  Pioneer Pub. Co., Phoenix, B.C.  NOTE��� We have a lew Copies of the last PKWBBR ANNUAL left, price   75 cent*  each, or a. copy will be sent free to a new subscriber.  Will relieve that tired feeling so quickly that it  will surprise you.  With what is acknowledged to be the best  equipped Brewing Plant in the Boundary by far,  we furnish a really delectable article. '  Ask for our Bottled   Beer  \nT^.mt-..aTl-0r~tT-1L.m1L.  m  Phoenix Brewing Company  Phoenix, B. 0.  t  BINER 8c SONS,  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  Prop*  We have the only ICE MAKING MACHINE In the Boundary.  t  Certificate of Improvements.  D. J. Matheson  3nsurance Haent  FIDELITY     BONDS,  CO.VI.VItSiSIONKR   FOR  FIRB,       L.IFJE  A.!Sr��  ACCIDENT.  PL.A.TB    GLASS  TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  NOTICE.  Monte Grand & California Fraction mineral  claim,situate iu Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District.  Where located���Greeuwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerby ac  Agent for John Mulligan, Free Miner's CertiB-  cate, No. Bioit intend, sixty days from date  hereof, lo apply 10 the Miuiug Recorder for a  Certific te of Improvements, for the purpose o'  obtaining a Crown Grr.nt ol the above claim.  Anil further Take Notice that action, uudti  Section 37, ruu��l be commeuced before the issuance of such Certificate ol Improvements.  D��tH thl* 37th day of June, A D., 1907.  ag_ FORBHS M. KKRHV, Agent.  Phoenix SEoe Shop  A. T. TTJRANO, I'rop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  rroof.  Flr��t Strsot-        Opposite Knob Hill Hotel  ��� ��� Jtmmmx, B* C  TIIK attention of the Lands and Works Department having been directed to the (net that  town lots in a townsite limned I'riiice Rupert  being n subdivision of Lot 643, Kauj;e 5, Coast  District, situated on the mainland between the  mouth of the Skeena River nnd Kmcn Island,  aie beinc offered for snle.lt 1'as been deemeu  necessary to warn the public that the raid town-  site 1b not s-.tuat��i at thc terminus ofthe Grand  Trunk Pacific Railway, and Is not the townsite  which Is owned jointly by the Government of  British Columbia and the Graud Trunk Pacific  Railway Company.  K. J. FULTON,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wrrks,  Lauds and Works Department,  Victoria, B.C., May ist, 1908.  snm0Qmann��*  Greenwood ��Hfl|��C  LlO��  I^eave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a. mA  " '���' lower town, 10.00 a.m. j-Standard Time  Leave Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phobnix Oppicb, With McRae Bros., Knob Hill Avk.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  l��Wl��lWi��  SUMMER  EXCURSION  RATES EAST  =$60.=  ��� FROM PHOENIX TO ���  WINNIPEG, DULUTH,  FORT WILLIAM,  ST. PAUL, SIOUX CITY  METHODS OP MINING  AND TIMBERING . . .  BY W. H. STORMS.  The only thoroughly practical and exhaustive treatise on this subject.  NOTICE.  Iu the matter or the Land Registry Act, and in  the matter ot the Title to Lot Nineteen (19).  Block Klghteen (18). Map 60, O.d Iionsides subdivision, Towu of Phoenix  WHKRHAS the Certificate of title ol n IL-  HAM A STONR and HAMUHI. J. KNIGHT,  beine Certificate of Title No 43965 to the above  hereditaments, has been lost or detroved. and  application has been made to mc for ��� a  duplicate  "nOTICK Is hereby given that a duplicate  Certificate ol Title to the above hereditaments  will be issued nt the expiration of one Month  from the date or the first pub! cation hereof, uu  less in the meantime valid objection to the contrary is made to me in writing.  W. H, BDMONDS,  District Registrar of Titles.  L��nd Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C.  TEACHES HOW TO TIMBER AND WORK MINES.  A Novice Can Understand It.  No.  Now being published in serial in the American Mining Review,  Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.  SUBSCRIPTION   $3.00   PER YEAR.  n&*s>&H*00is*B&a&**lH*^^  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  NAMIC OP  COMPANY.  11, C. Copper Co.���-copper-  Cariboo-McKlnney���gold..  AOTHOR-  IZBD  CAPITAL.  I 3 000,000  1,350,000  5,500,000  15,000,000  DIVIDRNDS.  Issued  503,000  1,750,000  53.553  I35|0OO  31,000  j t Consol. M. & S.���gold-copper,  ' t Granby Consolidated���copper,  J! Providence���aitver ���....��...-....  Par  $5  St  jioo  Jloo  ��5  Paid  1906  Total  to Date  $201,200  M6.837  781,885  2,968,630  j8i��M  Latest  Date  Amt  Per  Sh.  Sept. 1907  Feb. 1904  Nov. 1907.  Sept 1907  Sept. 1906  .40  141,690  (1,620,000  16^300  1.25  3.00  ���50  .50 j,  4MM9  miM�� LIVERV STABLES  MUBDOCK HclNTYRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Liveiy   Equipment,  Have taken  over  the  Lumber Yard  and will carry a  full stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  Prompt Attention  to   orders  at any hour of day or ulght.  (phone 3<.)       Phoenbc, B. C.  Dominion Ave.,  Near City Hail.  ��H>d PHOENIX, B. C. etm  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald,   ��� > >   .  A Shawof ��h�� Public Patronage SoUcltU. 'PH0NB 57.  CHICAGO,   $72.50    ST. LOUIS, $67.50  NEW Y0RY, $108.50;  TORONTO, $94.40;  MONTREAL, $103.50;  OTTAWA, $108.50;  ST. JOHN, N.B., $127.50;  HALIFAX, $135.50;  SYDNEY, C.B., $141.90.  Tickets on sale MAY 4 and 18, JUNE 5,  B, 19 and 20. JULY 6, 7, 22 and  23.     AUGUST 6, 7, 21 and 22, 1908.  First Class Round Trip.  NINETY DAY LrMIT.  ROUTES���These tickets are good via  any recognized routes in one or both  directions. To destinations east of  Chicago are good via tlie Great  Lakes.  For further information, Rates, Sleeping  Car Reservations, etc.    Apply to  John Mob, D.P.A.   C. E. MacPhbbson,  Nelson, B.O.   G.P. A.Winnipeg, Man.  I Church Services Tomorrow  Church of England���St. Johns, Rev.  J. Leech-Porter, rector. Service first  and third Sunday at 10:30 a.m. :  second and fourth   Sunday, 7:30 p.m.  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  Whittaker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church  Preaching Service tomorrow at  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:00 a. m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.��� Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday ol" each  month. Holy Mass, to a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Benediction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Redard. O.M.I. Pastor  $��  , f"  A iii,  ������>���'��� mft&iMr*-  ;,..:-!pf$fe'-.  .-������'��� -MfrM.:  im  svvM    '*^:X  '"��� -; .,S|gf''--i<i;fni'  ,--**:��� r ���?.'���'��� ���  mm  ���i-jfi's ���  mtm  iSS'ixxx-  *5." Vi'j':X,  mm  mm  .���-3.��,iW:  :iil  a'minatt^i.myiiM^.^  Mlimmmimiift,BHMB THE PHOEUIX PHWEER.  i &'��� !  ^rv<wo��<i^t<ir����orx��� <vrotors*canto <vr�� <v*�� <*  | OUR COPPER CORNER |  ^| MATTERS OF   iMRRKST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED    IN    THE ��  !  COPPER   MINING   INDUSTRY  Copper Export Belter.  battleships  to  the  | adding  first class  The brightening spot in the copper ;war fleet of the United States, for each  big fighting vessel requires about $104,-  market is the increased export trade,  notably with Germany and France.  During the first quarter this year the  exports of fine copper, as metal and in  ore and matte, amounted to 81,228  long tons, which compares with 25,689  ��ons for the corresponding period in  1907. Imports of copper so far this  year show a marked falling of, primarily because the larger Mexican and  Canadian mines have curtailed their  ouiput and will not resume their  normal operations until better market  prices for copper prevail. Indications  are that an improvement' iu metal  prices will be delayed some weeks; but  ���t will come before the close of the  year.���Mining World.  Copper ia Wanfcip.  Looking at the matter from a purely  selfish point every one residing in Butte  should favor the largest appropriation  by congress for increasing the navy and  000 worth of copper in   its  construct  ion.    The  metal   used  in building  a  first class battle ship weighs about 14,-  000 tons.  It is interesting to know that the  miner furnishes about all the rcaierial  that goes into a warship. The steel  maker gets moie than one-half of the  value of the metal used in the construction of a battleship.  Copper production in the United  States, Canada and Mexico for March  totalled 79,105,705 lbs., compared  with 102.495,230 lbs. for the corresponding month in 1907, a decrease of  23��38a>526" pounds. This is notwithstanding the Butte production. The  production since the first of the year is  210,042,454 lbs. against 272,718,533  lbs. for the same period a year ago.  Subscribe fo^'the Pioneer and get  tbe latest Boundary news.  =3      Makes the Biscuit  and Cake lighter,  finer flavored, more  nutritious ���* wholesome  D? PRICES  CREAM  BAKING POWDER  Made from pure  Grape Cream of Tartar  No alum���No lime phosphate  ������ .auitasiiSESs.  .us:  *�������:'  We have received the Quebec number of "Onward,",an illustrated weekly  published by William Briggs, Toronto,  containing five articles on the Found ���  ing, Five Sieges and Conquest of Quebec, with twenty four engravings. GiVus  popular account of a subject of interest  to all Canadians.   Send for fiee sample   �� goodness, how my blisters hurt !  Sucker*.  A boy, a stream, a can of bait,  A fishing rod, an anxious wait,  A dirty face, an eye attent,  Hurrah, the fishing rod is bent,  A tight-set mouth, a   brow in pucH-rs,  Ah, gentle spring's the time for suckers!  A man, a desk, a telephone,  Another man, they two alone.  A big prospectus, an assay,  A mine, two thousand miles away.  Photos of three h>draulic muckers,  Ah, gentle spring's the time for suckers!  A maid, a pair of azure eyes,       A nose of ordinary size.  A blushing cheek, a soulful sigh,  An ardent lover sitting nigh.  A rose-leaf mouth, distracting puckers,  Ah, gentle spring's the time for suckers!  A handsome youth with   ardent eyes,  Mark Twain in neat octavo size.  Just fifty volumes, eighty "hones."  "Dirt cheap," he says   in velvet tones,  "You surely are among   the "luckers,"  Ah, gentle spring's the time lorsuckeis!  A carpet hanging on the line,  That plead'ug little wife of mine !  A heavy switch, great clouds of dirt,  PRAYING  Po!aUl-n,,LWa^.  Transfer.   Car.fuUuuauV,^  orders, "  JAMES G. McKEOWn,  TUCK   COLLI* \s  SHAVING PARLOUS  :  :    . .ano BATHKOOM,  Hotel Balmoral  Cor. FIr��t & Kuob Hill Ave  Phoenix, It. e.  j Thus do I stand among the   muckers,  Try the Pioneer job department for   Ah, gentle spring's the time for suckers!  your next order of printing. ' '. ���Toronto News.  FOB SALE BY HUNTER-KENDRICK CO.  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Tournal;  taSCTBD OBIATUKDAYS ��* TMB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at rnmonx. a. c  T. ALFRED LOVE. Mamaocn.  Telephones \ 2?a,a?!SJ'ace,?0- ����.  *��� i MmMtger't residence. Mo. is.  HiKumon ur advamcb.  t ���*>   ���> -,<��� i .    .  Per Teat........_._......_......_..���......���_...  '"���ii Monti!     To the Called State*, per y����r_...__���  i.ss  3.50  ���^%*^*%.^^i  If voa are not a ���nbecr ber lo this paper, this  l~ ealavttatioa to yoa to become one.  AdrcrUouff rates liraahu on application,  r^xal notices io and j cents per line,  t'oar arceklr insertions constitute one month's  's Irett .led. *  luNIOM  I908  ;MAY/  1908  *�����. Met. T��M, w.i,   Thi   ft,.    Sit.  1  a  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  to,  11  1st  *3  14  .15  16  17  18  '9  20  21  22  23  M  *5  26  27  28  29  30  "  -  the road, and improving the harbor at  Fort Churchill and the navigation of  the Hudson's Bay and straits.  Since railway facilities must be afforded that part of the country, it is  but reasonable to make extension to  Fort Churchill, from which many millions of bushels of grain may be trans-  /' ported to the outside world. The new  railway will open out for settlement  another hundred million acres of good  land, and tbe result should be of great  benefit to the whole of the Dominion.  It is probable that portions of Canada,  as yet practically unexplored, will prove  to be among the country's most resourceful territories through the building of the proposed line.  A Washington despatch says that  during the last seven months 39,000  people left the United States for Canada, and estimated that collectively  they carried forty million dollars.  Canada has plenty- of room for all such  settlers.  G. O. Buchanan, of Kaslo, government distributor of tbe lead bounty,  seems confident the lead bounty, which  expires on June 30th, will de extended  Development work is still- being  prosecuted at depth in the Yinir mine,  and the management are still as con:  fident as ever of finding the second  vein of whose existence the indications  are so strong.  M. R.Rodgers, formerly of the Nickel  Plate Mine at Hedley, is starring work  on a promising copper property near  Port Simpson, and has ordered a ten-  drill compressor plant to aid in carrying on the development work.  John P. Bell, who is the lessee of  the Kootenay Belle, near Nelson, took  a $2,000 gold brick into that city last  week, the result of a fortnight's run of  the mill which was treating between  seven and eight tons of ore daily.  The blind lead on the Ymir mine,  for which search has been persistent  for the past year, was struck early last  week, and, from the development since  that it has been announced that the  lead was undoubtedly present This  may make a considerable difference in  the fortunes of this property.  Ostllar, Their Owe.  Away back when the world was new  editors must have been at the head of  !he financial procession. Somewhere  in the good book it forecasts a general  reversal of things,, stating that the first  shall be last and the last first, but does  not go into  details   more specifically.  Not long ago a man told the editor  of this paper that he had been in a  hi-rd row of stumps but thatiie had  got about everything else cleared up  now and that he would soon be around  to settle his newspaper bill. The editor felt encouraged.  TUB FX.VB3T  QUALITY   IX  MILK anJ CREA1  A. T  THE  DAIBX  I'lIONK  STUICTL.Y    PKIMII    KUUrt  J.    W.    II AN NAM,   I��U01��HIKTOU.  The clouds which passed over in-  ' dustrial activity last fa!lj causing financial panic, seem to be gradually dis-  ^ appearing. Prospects, now are much  j^iietter and indicate that Canada is on  *' the eve of a renewal ,of the proserity  enjoyed up till a few months ago.  The Provincial Government is acting  wisely   in   giving   publicity,   through  in 1. provincial.' papers,"' to ,the  After being dismissed ,from his position as civil, engineer on the Grand  Trunk Pacific railway, Major J. E.  Hodgins charges that millions "of dollars are being wasted on the government constructions of the railway.  The-first- of his _ charges is that the  Grand Trunk Pacific engineer's reports  and those in the employ of the government do not tall); that the government  is paying padded accounts for work  A bill will shortly be submitted in Vdone and that G.T.P. people are mak-  the Dominion parliament providing for! inS no objection because they merely  the construction of a railway to Hud-  have  to  VW added   interest.    While  notices  ���Vr. fact fnat.Prince Rupert lots "now being  '���;<ijoffeted for sale are not at the Grand  Trunk terminus. The G.T.P. ter  minus lots are not yet on the market,  but in these days of the much-talked  of Prince Rupert some incautious investors are liable to "��� buy lots in the  Arctic sea if told they are in the.new  Pacific coast city  The presence.in the.city this wgeje. .tl  of several C.P.R. -officials, who were  looking over the company's lines here  and throughout the Boundary with a  view to extensive improvements and  betterment of equipment generally indicates that the C.P.R. is going to be  prepared for the wave of increasing industrial activity and general prosperity  which is now looming up in the Boundary. The C.P.R.'s faith in Phoenix  has undergone a wonderful change in  the past few years. There was a time  when the C.P.R. could hardly be. induced to build into Phoenix under any  amount of bonuses and' guarantees.  But times have changed. Today they  recognize that mining development in  Phoenix is only in its infancy; that ore  tonnages in this camp are increasing  enormously yearly,, antl will continue  to increase for years to come. There  is business in Phoenix worth hustling  for, and the C.P.R. is going to hustle.  A new mining company is to be incorporated at Duncan, on Vancouver  island, James Hume of King Soloman  mine, Koksilah, arter having done considerable development work, and  proven a considerable body of ore, intends forming a corporate company, so  that���the���property���1  handled,and worked. Mr. hume has"  put in his own,, money to prove this  property and will no doubt get plenty"  of support to properly work the  same.  Baiter's PMltMabr.���XXV.  Resolved, that air is one of the forces  we can't see, but my, can't it get busy  and pull things around or push 'em  around. There are other invisible forces  that go some. The law of. gravitation  holds the whole universe together but  don't monkey with it when you're up  any distance from the ground. Friendship and love are other, things we can't  see but make this world worth living  in. Faith is more powerful than all;  it holds commerce and mart in place.  Thy faitH will make thee whole.  How's that ?    Buster.  rao 0:0 00 00 00 0:0 ct 00:0:0.0 0.0 0.0 oj  P. 0. lax SI.  Phoenix Hirksl.  'Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  PHOENIX NtiSf^OKPtK OFJ)WLS^  Meets every 'f jiuksday Kvix.  IHO, at Miners' Union Hnij,  Cordial Wtlcorru toBrcihr<n. VUf tng  ��� DANN.Y DEANE, Pi.-Mln  CHAS. E.   KING, Sscrury  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  .    , A. F.and A.M.  Regular communication 8 p. ni. j,,  ond Thursday of each month.  Emergent ineetinK* ascallcd^.MM.otiii  Hall. McHalr lllock.  . U.SHERBINO,  Secretary.  T. KOOKRICK.  W..M.  Nat C. Goodwin said recently in a  speech that he had "decided to go into  the realm of minery." He should have  said, not minery, but spoofery. It is a  wide realm,with uncharted shores.dang-  erous reefs, tricky,shallows,.and lots of  S^er^1^^  ,a ~Ja JT���.i.ij     ��t.   uTrLw��*4And woe to the poor actor-tnat wand  .ere thereinrNorthaf Mr., Goodwin is a  bad actor; in that respect/he is well  enough, but in mining affairs he is'either a knave or a fool., He? has no right  to allow hie nam* - tn .be^Dlaced at the  head of a mining companyv>for.in"sucti  matters he is wholly .ignorant -and the  use of his notoriety as an actor in order  to help the sale of stock is . obviously  to lure simple people ��� into investing  their money in ill-advised schemes.-Ex.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season :  AH    Orders   Receive   Prom.pt Attention.  Marketa at Greenwood,"(iranJ t'orus, Vl'id.v.iv,   Eliolt au.t  nil   ilie  principal Cities and Towns in B.C , Alberta au.l lukc.n.  Headquarters: Henlquartera for Rui-nl i-v :  NEL80N, B.C. HKKKNWODD.  li.O.  "Westward HolM .,  Bonnycastle Dale, "whose" illustrated  J nature studies in "Westward Ho!" have  attracted considerable attention, has in  the May issue a timely article on tbe  American Navy, being the result bf his  recent visit to the, Bremerton Navy  Yard. Thet editor this month has  taken Winston Churchill for his sketch  in his interesting department, "Men I  Have Met." Howland Hoadley tells  the story of Vancouver's new" playground���the North Arm, while Rin-  aldo M. Hall deals in an interesting  manner with Portland's Rose Carnival,  both articles being well .illustrated.  The publishers announce that the June  issue will be a"Hom'eseekers' Number."  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1908 ORE RECORD  Shipment* and Smelter Receipts Per Year to  - Date.  ��� .Ore shipments from- the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia /or last  week and for 1908 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. SWEEK. YEAR.  Boundary    23/203 377,675  Rossland     5,589 103,436  East Columbia River    1,110    38,944  The  Yale-Columbia Lumber  com  pany is said to have  a million feet of  logs on the North Fork of the   Kettle  river on the. way toJ3��scade.  At a recent meeting of. the .pansh-  ioners of Holy Trinity church, Grand  Forks; the following .officers were duly  elected: ..Messrs.,Lawjence,,Hall and  Hull, lay delegates; Jqnn.T. Lawrence,  peoples' wardea; S. T.. Hall, rector's  warden; Messrs, Heaven and Milward,  sidesmen.  The Phoenix' Pioneer is the only  paper in the Boundary that prints all  the news of the Boundary���and prints  most of it FIRST. Sent to any address in Canada or Great Britain for  $2.00 per year, or to any other part of  the world for $2.50! Now is the  accepted time.  EASTERN TOWNSBIPS BANK  CAPITAL S3.O0O.00O      RESERVE FUND $1,863,00 3  HEAD OFFICE - SHERBROOKE, QUE.  WITH OVER SIXTY-BRANCH OFFICES IN THE  , "^PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  WB  OFFER   FACILITIES   POB8SSSED  BY"  NO OTHER BANK IN CANADA  I  von  Collections and Ranklnj Business Generally  ,-c-   ��.-* ���  IN  THAT   IMPORTANT  TEER1TOKY  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   AT ALL OFFICES  BRANCH1CS   IN  Manitoba,  Alberta and  British Columbia,  all Over the Woild.  Correspondents  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK LODGE Nu. ,t  Meet* every Moudny .Evening  at Mlnen' Mil  VUlling brethren cordially invited.  Caklton H. Cook, N. Ii.  W. S. Cook. Kec. Hec'y.  C. W. WHITTAKSK.I'-r. Flo. dec).  ���iPUOENIX  akrii;  xo. ir,��  Meelx Kridny evtn  Uulo.i Hall.  I    Whk, VV. I'.  Harry Jauks,  w. s��  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life and  General 'Ageol.  Accident   lamrance.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  [HIP:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  Vfla*>fhc most pertccil> appoiiilffl Ht-Ahh  and Pleasure Re��orl In :he Wrsi. nith �� rem  pleteiystem oi Kulhft���including Turkish ami  Kuaslau. Open Ihe year rouittl.' The..curalii'  properties of 't�� water* are imequalrd.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nerroui and M ii��.  ailarTroubirf.-- - ���.        ������ -: -->,.:       ...  For lte��"'i g all Kidney, Liver *n.| stomach  tllmeuta.  For Klimlnatiue all M ''UlcPotonit Ir^m tn  4yatem  The grandeur ol .he icrnery la unrivallf J  Mountains,snow peak*, forcnta.lakra.ivater'alU  soatins, yschi-.ss, fiahing ahootini;. exctiisii u��  tennla. Its winter climate 'la un��itir.����i��^i* (ot  lalldneaa UrRRV HcINTOSH  (    ffDVERTISJNG   J  son's Bay, thus giving a new outlet for  western grain. Investigations have  been going on during recent years, and  the feasibility of the Hudson's Bay  route for about' four months of the  year for ocean steamers to European  markets is now established. It is proposed to sell some three million acres  of land now reserved /or railroad purposes, and to use (he funds in building  ���RECEIPTS-  they may or may not be true, the  charges are sufficienlly serious to require a thorough ��� investigation by the  Dominion government and this they  will no doubt receive.  Total.  SMELTER  Granby..-..;...'...  Trail ;....  Northport(LeRoi).  Marysville   29,902 519,517  ?3.*73 377.645  6,308    99,316  T��346    30,122  5.73o  Good Appetite. *W  Good Digestion.  Good Bealtb.  To have these blessings keep  your stomach and liver well  and active, by taking Mother  Seigel's Syrup when necessary. This great medicine  ensures their perfect action  and keeps you well.  THESE  B. C MINING  ���o  Total .-������ 3?.827 512,813!  MolherSEIG  WILL ctve  YOU.  Prica co cent, per b'ottle.   Sold everywhere.  A. J. White & Co. Ltd., HoatraaL  The Consolidated company, of Trail,  is said to be a regular buyer of ore  from the Cobalt camp.  A strike of more than usual impor-  ance has been made upon the Granite  ^roup of properties near Nelson.  The Aurora Mining and Development company here applied for a  charter to operate mines at Moyie.  Certificate of incorporation has  been granted the Rossland While Bear  Mining company: capital $700,000.  ���  T. C. Denni=, of Ihe department of  mines, Ottawa, is tourint; the province  for the purpose of seeming samples o'f  coal for the department.  A ton of gold-copper ore was shipped from Klaskino Sound, Vancouvei  Island, to the Tacoma smelter and is  said to have assayed  $18,000  to the  PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Props.  Finbst amd Punaarr  MILK  AMD CREAM  DKUVBHB��    DAU.Y TO   AMY  PABT OF CTIOENTX.  Grvw Us A Triai~  Satutactioh Goabantkbd  A merchant with a big store, a bifj stock of goods, clerks  and equ.ipro.enr., who expects to do business without adver-  tising, is like the man who pays a lot of money for fine gas  fixtures but hopes to get along without having a liieter put in  and the gas turned on, "because of the expense." In both  instances costly equipment will give poor results.  The  cuticle covering the human  anatomy is entirely  re-  newed every few years���not a partich- of the old skin remain-  A  undergoes  change  weeks  months, accoiding to the advertising enterprise of its owners.  The progressive stor<�� of today is completely a new store as  Speak to 1500 people weekly through the columns  of the  PIONEER���the  paper that briug results.  COPBER  HANDBOOK  (New Edllon Issued March, 1900.)  SIZE: Octivo.  PAGES:  1228.  CHAPTERS:   25.  SCOPE: The Copper Industry of  the World.  COVERING:.Copper History, Geology, Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining, Milling, Leaching,  Smelting, Refining, Brands, Grades,  Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts,  State;:, Countries and Continent*,  Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Expoits,  Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is conc.'d-  edly the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  THE MINER needs the books for  the facts it gives him regarding Geology, Mining, Copper Deposits and  Copper Mines.  THE METALLURGIST needs ihe  book for the facts it gives him 1 eroding copper milling, leachine, smelting  and refining.  THE COPPER CONSUME  heeds the book for every chapter it  contains. It tells what, and explains  how and why.  THE INTESTOR IN COPI'HK  SHARES cannot afford to be without  it. The Copper Handbook gives  statistics .and general infoinmiion 0"  one hand, with thousands of detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper mines of thc etitiie  world, and the 40 pages of condensed  statistical tables alone are worth more  than the price of the book to each ;itid  every owner of copper mining shares.  PRICE: $5.00 in buckram with  gilt top, or $7.50 in full libraiy  morocco.  TERMS: The most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent  you, all carriage charges prepaid, on  one week's approval, to be returned if  unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits-  Can you afford not to see the book  and judge for yourself of its value to  you?  WRITE  NOW  to  the editor and  publisher.  Horace J. Stevens  39,  Shelden Building, Houghton  Mich., U.S.A.  >  wwM^mm^mmmm THE PH015WIX PTOKKER.  m  ' "liv  1  ll  ���.= .  i-  i.  Mijg'fiton ��. Cavanaug'h  Drawer 1082  BROKERS  Nelson, B. C.  Phone JiO  SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION,  WE WILL BUY  2000 B.C. Ainalg. Coal 05  10 Consolidated 8melt��n 71.00  3000 Diamond Coal 60  1000 International Coal...     .53  200 Snowetorm     1.75  WE WILL SELL  100 B.C. Cop|>er   100 Dominion Copper   1000 Diamond Vale   1000 Royal Collieries   200 Western Oil   6.15  1.45  .15  �������  MIGHTON <8L CAVANAUGH,  ii ii ' UROKKKS. hi  i*������a*��a��sa*sj  1��WWM>S  Maple Leaf Hotel  City   of   PHoenix  HAS finest business location in the great Boundary Mining Camp, close  to Granby mines ; has firstclass bar trade, and a good business is U-ing  done at present. The hotel bedrooms, dining-room and kitchen are all  well furnished throughout with good accommodation, for the puM.��t\ A  snap for quick sale.     For  further  particulars  write   or   "all   on  A. SCHULLI, PHOENIX, B. C.  In and Around Phoenix  c^ BRIEF  TOPICS Of  LOCAL   AND  GENERAL ��� g^f  2jj ** INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS. ** jfe  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Photaiix, B..G  Sewing Machines from $io up, see  Miss McDonald.  You can get a bargain in China anytime at Thrasher's Drug Store.  It will pay you to see N. Binns if  you are wanting Furniture, as he has  now a full stock in mast lines.  'X  Lsitfltg Hssl  ��f Bsasdtrt't LttSlit  tflilii Clap  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Bill Are., and Pint St.,  PHOKNJX, B. C.  CantnOljr tSettedT +. i* *  ���������*ST68  flood aVunpIa Booms. *W Proprietor.  X  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modem Bathrooms.  Steam  j*    Heated  JAMES flARSHALL, Prop.  UNDER NEW  MANAGEMENT  Hotel Alexander  McGiilis & McLaughlin, Props.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,  airy  and  (.'������'       well  furnished, rooms.."  - ���     OmbMm Aveaa* - -...''. Pbocalx. B.C.  %m imwm and go-carts  -o-   ; ���'        T  |ust;^arived a fine-line.    Come and get first choice.   9  BINN8 THE FCJaNITURB MAN  HPECIA.IVFIES  VNOKRTAKING PICTURE KJSt AM1NG,  ��� ��� ��� m 9) 9 & 1b 9 ��� 9 9 -9  i  Kootenay ^team Laundry is   JtXJLSON, B.C. : :���g  First Class Worft��Sent out Tuesday JSS  Returned Friday Evening. f   : , _ "I  RUGS <& CARPETS-A SPECIALTY !  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. T. Gardner.  You can save money if you buy  your furniture from Binns, the Furniture man.  Second-band Sewing Machines of alJ  makes, for sale, see Miss McDonald.  Prescriptions carefully prepared at  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  R. Horrell, merchant tailor, is moving into his new store this week.  The recent rains have added a bright  green tinge to the mountain sides.  Born���In Phoenix, on Sunday, May  i oth, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Jackson, a  daughtei.  "Old Frank" has taken charge of  the Dominion Barber Shop. Give us  a call.  fust received another shipment of  Baby's Go-carts and Carnages���Binns,"  the Furniture man.  Born���At Rawhide mine, - on Sunday, May loth, to Mr. and Mrs.  George Johns, a daughter.  Thc local baseball team are endeavoring to arrange a game at Grand  Forks on May 25th.  The Phoenix Brewing company are  filling all orders for the Elkhorn Brewery company, of Greenwood.  As a result of a washout on the  C.P.R. near Castlegar, there was no  train from Nelson on Wednesday.  A large number of drummers visited  the town this week and appeared to be  sharing in tbe reviving ot prosperity.  Attention is called lo the cheap  round trip summer rates over the  C.P.R., which appear elsewhere in this  issue.  Ice cream to-night at Ellis' confectionery-store���and every day through  summer season; pure and delicious,  15 cents per dish.  The library benefit dance on Tuesday passed off very pleasantly for those  present. The attendance was not as  large as was expected.   ��� ���  If you know any news tell thePio-  neer. The Pioneer wants to print all  the news, but it cannot secure all unless it receives some aid in that way.  At their, home on Granby avenue,  on Friday evening, May 8th, Laugh-  lin .Alexander,- son of Mr. and* Mrs.  H. A. Munro, was baptized by. Rev.  C.'Wellesley Whittaker^  .;The local Order of^Owls held a very  enjoyable social in their hall on Thursday evening. The membership of this  order has been growing very rapidly of  late, and the order will hold social  evenings monthly. -  The thanks of the,.Pioneer are due  the Grand Forks Victoria Day committee for a complimentary' to their  annual ball to be given on the evening  of May 25. An orchestra of seven  pieces will furnish the music.  J. E. VV. Thompson is moving to  his recently acquired residence on  Brooklyn avenue this week. The  property was bought from W. J. Porter,  formerly of Phoenix/and is one of the  choicest sites in town. A number of  healthy fruit trees are also on the lot.  Sunset's Novel Cosiest.  '"The Saturday Sunset, ofVancouver,  aTsplendid weekly, both editorially and  typographically,' is inaugurating a novel  competition for circulation purposes  through its circulation manager, Miss  L. J. Asselstine, who was a visitor in  Phoenix for a few days this week.  Twenty of British Columbia's young  ladies are to be given a three-weeks'  trip to California and Mexico at the  expense of the Sunset, under the  following competition arrangement:  Three young ladies in each district  in the province are selected, and the  '20 young ladies getting' the most votes  get. the trips. Each vote must be on  the form printed in the Sunset, and the  competition closes on July 18th.  As a result of the continued rains  the dam on Marshall lake, where the  Phoenix waterworks gets its supply,  gave way yesterday morning, and n  gang of men were dispatched to the  scene of trouble. At time of going to  press the' extent of damage is not  known.  Geo. Chappell rode up from Grand  Forks on Thursday on a new mono-  cycle, which*he was bringing for Dr.  Dickson. The machine is five-horse  power, up-to-date in every particular,  and climbs the hills without difficulty.  The doctor will now be able to make  thc mountain trails at a 2.30 clip.  A party of McGill college students  will visit Phoenix and the Boundary  in the course of a few days. At present they are visiting the mines in  cast Kootenay. The intention is for  two or three of them to visit each of  the several mines and study ihe nature  and substances, as well as general operations, for practical and technical  purposes.  Snow Conpaay Apologize.  Walter F. Koehler, a member of the  National Stock Company, who was in  town last week to announce the coming of this company to the Phoenix  opera house, begs to apologize, on behalf of the National Stock company for  their non-appearance here. He desires  to assure the public that it was not intentional, but an entirely unavoidable  circumstance, the company having  been playing in Montana and found it  impossible to reach Phoenix. The  company, however, .will play in Phoenix next week; date of opening will be  announced later.  Distinguished  Missionaries Center.  Two distinguished missionaries,  Right Rev. Father M. F. Mullen,  O.M.I., D.D., and Rev.. Father G.  Lawrence, O.M.I., both members of  the Northern American province of the  Oblates of Mary Immaculate, with  headquarters at Buffalo, N.Y., are touring the west.- They have already conducted very successful' missions .-in  Wir*r>ipeg,_ Nelson, New" Westminster  and Vancouver On Sunday next they  will dpen an eigbt-days" mission in  Rossland, after which Right Rev.  Father Mullin will^visit 'Fernie and  otlier" points in '"east- Kootenay,.,and  Rev. Father" Lawrence will, visit' the  Boundary, preaching in Grand Forks,  Phoenix and Greenwood- Rev. Father  Lawrence will reach Phoenix oh Saturday, 30th inst., and the next day will  formally open a week's mission,,at the  Church of our Lady of the Good  Counsel.  J. A. Bedard, O.M.I.  Dan Scbnoter, of Vancouver, will  shortly open a'cigar factory at Grand  Forks. "Tbe Bodhdary" is to be tbe  name of the brand manufactured.  AME*S Pho"e 6* ��  oetiix Steam Laundry G  LIMITED.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1898.  NEW WE8TMINSTER, B.C.  Latest Mining Stock Quotations.  [Corrected  by Mighton  & Cavanagb,  Nelson', B. C, to April 8,'1908.]  The Ptock market is a sure indicator  of the trend of business.    A more buoy-,  ant feeling; is pervading  the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  following quotations:  aiu        ASKxn  Alberta Coal and Coke        .14 .28  B.C. Copper       4.87fe' 6.00  Chas. Dickens 08J? .15>��  Cons. Smelters       70.00 76.00  Copper King >.:....-.. .    .03 .03 J��  Domin. Copper       1.06K 1-12>1  Galbraith Coal." '      .20 .28  Gertie ' 02% .03^  Granby        85.00 96 00  Hecla (C.D.A..)       3.00 4.50  International/C. & C.        .60 .56  Kendall       1 .20 1.31  Miesoula Copper.. ...       '.10}�� .10}��  Nabob -. 03% .04  (toinPanl 04ii -05%  Panhandle Smelter...        .04}�� .04,^  Rambler-Cariboo 24 % .26  Rex 09J�� .11  Snowshoe             .07 -9:,,  Snowstorm-       1.74 1.34   '  Sullivan '..        .00% .01  Sullivan Bonds        65.00  Stewart            87>�� 1.00  Pfeoenlx PbWIc School.  ��� A short time ago a test examination  was held in ihe school for ihe purpose  of determining whether any of the  pupils would have any chance of passing the high school entrance examination next month Six pupils wrote,  and all failed to obtain the total  number of marks required. In addition to. this, all failed in from four to  six subjects.  The opinion formed by the principal  from the results was that no pupil is  yet ready to take that examination,  and that air should wait till Christmas  He was informed, however, by some of  the parents that they would, be'..leaving  town before Christmas, and ihat liicir  children would not have a chance 10  write unless they wrote in Jjntie. For  this reason he commenced . keeping  them in after hours, and haying them  come on Saturdays  His opjriion still is, however, that ii  would oe folly to send such'a large  number up, and he declines to tak��-  the responsibility of doing. it. - It will  be of no benefit, and will be positively  harmful, to pupils to go up for examination, and meet with certain failure,  even if they are going to leave Phoenix.  The fact thst they are going to \en\t  Phoenix will not wipe but the folly of  going up when they are not nearly  ready." ���'.''  Another examination will be'.held  here, and the two: who obtain the  highest standing will be selected to go.  The teacher, and not the paren��, is the  proper judge as to the fitness of a pupil  for trying an examination.  It must be remembered that two  teachers in Phoenix have to cover the  same range of work as eleven teachers  in Nelson, and seven in Grand Forks.  All the subjects taught in those large  schools are taught here, and there are  only two teachers to do the work.  Pupils can be ptepared for the entrance  examination here, but a longer time  is required than in places where they  have a large number of teachers.  '        [com.  Inaoruat Case at Qreeowooa Affiles.  What will probably be the most important case to come up at the assizes  which open at Greenwood on the 26th  inst^-is that of the Italian, Ceddio, who  is charged with causing the death of  Louise King when the Niagara hotel  was dynamited It will be remembered  that Ceddio was recently captured in  the States, and was brought to Nelson  to await trial. Detectives ��� have been  subpoenaing a large number of witnesses  throughout the Boundary to give evidence. Hou: W.J. Bowser, K. C., provincial attorney general, will conduct  the assizes.  WATCHES  &&rj0>  WE have the LARGEST STOCK  OF   WATCHES   IN   THE  BOUNDARY   to  select from.  All thc up-to-date Styles and Sizes; also a  variety of Working Watches.  New Assortment of the Celebrated "Vanguard "Walthanv the fihest watch made.  FA   Rl :ACK, THE JEWELER  The BEST, Cheapest  Clothin  Victoria Day at (hind Forks.  Grand Forks fire department is arranging for a big .celebration in .that  city on Monday,--May"25. A good  program of sports has been arranged  for and will include: , Firemen's" wet  test,- automobile .races,, ladies' saddle  races, slow horse race, foot races,  jumping, vaulting, and putting shot.  The celebration will  conclude   with a  ball in tho evening.  -   HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE.  I wish to sell the entire furnishings  of my seven-roomed house, consisting  of linoleum and oilcloth carpets, iron  beds, mattresses, pillows, wash stand*:,  dressers, small rugs, hall and stair carpets, curtains and shades, kitchen  range, queen heaters, stove pipes,  kettles, dishes, tables, buffa chairs,  couch, rocking chairs, portiere, writing  desk, sewing, machine, etc. These  goods are all practically new and will  be sold cheap.  Mrs.Quinlivan, Brooklyn Ave.  NOTICE OF APPLICATION   FOR   RENEWAL OF  LIQUOR  LICENSE.  TAKE NOTICE tdat I, John A. Mc-  Mastbe, of Eholt, inten '. applying to  the Superintendent of: Provincial Police  at\ the expiration .of one month from  daW hereof,': for, a "renewal of my hotel  licensed'for the.premises known as the  TJnion:Hotel, at Eholt.  ,  ���John A. Mc.YIastkk.  Dated at Eholt, May 2nd, 190S.  We can princ ror you  IN OUR ^  NEW STORE  With the newest and mowt modern machinery, we are now in  a  position to handle tho largest or smallest orders  with dispatch and nt the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  Phone No- 25  Patronize Home Industry.  r  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D.   McKENZIEy Manager.  ���^  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B C  Provides a Christian home for students of lioth sexes at moderate rates.  J fas a preparatory class for jnnior stud-  eut��, doing grade public school  work.  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teach-  ern' examination!).   Teaches all branches  ol a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomat.   Oivea a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in thu Ladies'  Coarse for M.E.L. and M-L.A.   In University work, can take students through I  the complete Arta Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Tor  onito University, which tho college is io  'ut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A.,B.D.,Prinei.  pal; or Rev. J. P. Bowell, Buraar.  We have this week moved into  our New Premises, adjoining  Thos. Brown's, where we will  be pleased to have you call and  see us.    :::::::    :  R  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms,  I  Delivery Books, Invoices, Business  Cards,  N  Everything in fact,  THE MAN who likes to be well  dressed, who is fastidious about-  his clothes, is the man we want to  see. Our Spring Suitings and  Overcoatings are unsurpassed anywhere, embracing all the latest  colors and shades. All work  done by skilled employees-���no  shirking of the smallest detail is  permitted.  T  As cheaply, neatly and quickly  As anyone else.  N  Callus up  by  te'lephone  and we will  send around; or   if you   prefer  call on us.  R. Horrell,  [Merchant Tailor, Phoenix  vx  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  Phoenix, B.C.  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 Chkm>est prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively: knob hi&rav��"phobkix.  WALL PAPER  NATIONAL-  Will   Positively  Appear  IN  Phoenix opera House  THIS  In Repertoire of  Up-to-date  High-Class Plays  Watch for Bills for  the Date of Opening  *  .  in Nat Goodwin's Masterpiece  'IN MISSOURI'  Popular  Prices,  50c and 75c  v. .  .  fJ W^^^K^^^^i^M^Mf^m^g^msm^&m^^m

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