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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 9, 1908

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 'S*W-M4Sim&^.��-^ f.^i. . 4B-U-r-i^J����r-w}'->4-Ji '    ,. "v.'    ��� ���, 'v-t;-1*:, J^^,ws-.^^-����^'^'^;^~"^*,~^ta'rf^,,^*,wv'*-'"~  j ' Lecislttive Library  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Ninth Year  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,   SATURDAY. MAY 9,   1908  YOUR  SPRING  SUIT IS"  .;.... IN  K1T1IKK' A ...  "CAMPBELL" or ^FIT-REFORM" STYLE.  All you have to do i.s to come in and pick it- out.  It has been made by either one of Hie best two  Tailoring House* of Canada; Designed, Cut aud  Finished by Experts.  The fabric and color are left to your own choice,  aud surely there is .something iu 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  Mode to Order���Just  Exactly qs You Want It  We do not force our ideas or style upon you.  It is you whom we wish to satisfy. .  Wc offer you a choice of 150 samples���All English  and Scotcli Cloths, at prices which will be a surprise to  you.  ���HUNTER-KENDRICK CO.,  ��� '(LIMITRU.)  Fresh  Fruit  Vegetables  9mnannsnnnnW9n9Vnaa9tW9.tnsMmnm9M^nM  Arriving  H  PRICES RIGHT.  , THKM 8 CO.,  Grocers and Hardware Berchaoli===  ,��a,wvvw wMwwM  iTTiTrrrViriTl  BRITISH   COLUMBIA'S' MOTHER LODE MINE NOW    SCENE OF. ACTIVITY.  COMING AND GOING  A. S. Hood was a passenger to Grand  Forks yesterday.  Mrs. C. A. Arnott returned on  Friday from a visit to her home in  Spokane  Mrs. J. J. Strutzel returned last  week from Medical Lake, Wash.,  much improved in health.  I). Gunn, chief of police,   went to  TUNNEL PLANS  PROGRESSING  Engineers to Arrive in  a Few Days,  ij. uuini, uiiiei   ui   ^unuc,   wciil. ">  New Westminster on Saturday to'look .Launching of Big Project Will  after some land interests there. j       o r>     a i< ��. j  {      Soon Be Accomplished.  John Mclnnis,   M.   L. A,   went to ���  Revelstoke  last  week,   intending   to  continue his journey to Edmonton.  John A. McMaster, proprietor of  the Hotel Balmoral, returned on Saturday from a two weeks' visit at the  coast.  According to information received  by the Pioneer, the. plans of the promoters of the Greenwood-Phoenix long  and deep tunnel are being shaped up,  and it is thought that the launching of  Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooke, who came | the project, in its initial stage, will soon  to Phoenix recently from England, left, be successfully accomplished. By the  Wednesday for Eholt and the Oro I middle of this month, or inside of two  Denora respectively. 1 weeks, the engineers for the company  Eric Jackson left last week for Yic-iare expected to arrive in to Boundary  B. C. COPPER CO'S MllS NOW OPERATING  Miners Started Work at the Big'Mother Lode, Emma and Oro  Denoro on Thursday*  Long Tie-up of Boundary Mines is Over and j There is Employment for Several Hundred  More Men--General Rejoicing in Boundary Gamps.  toria to represent Phoenix Lodge No  28, at a meeting of the Grand Lodge  of Knights of Pythias in that city.  Last Tuesday the best news that has  conge to the Boundary in months, was  made known in Phoenix, when it was  reported that the British Columbia  Copper company would resume operations at once at both mines and  smelter. On communicating with J.  E. McAllister, the general manager,  the report was confirmed, he stating  that the company would begin employing men on Wednesday morning at its  big. Mother..X-bde mine, Deadwood  camp; Emma-and Oro Denoro mines,  Summit" camp, and also at the 'smelter  adjoining.Greenwood, and at least six  hundred men would'be required? :    :���:���  There, was a- good -deal-wf-rcjoiclng  at Greenwood and Phoenix -over,the  above announcement, as well as  throughout the rest of the Boundary,  meaning as it does the addition of  several hundred men to the wage  earners of the Boundary. The B. C.  Copper company expects to pay about  the same scale of wages as that now in  force by the Granby Consolidated.  As soon as the forces at the several  properties can   be  organized, and   the  ore bins . filled, the three-furnace  smelter of the company will be blown  in, and as the present\price of copper  is so low, it is certain that the B. C.  Copper company will endeavor to  operate at fullest capacity, in order to  reduce the cost per.pound of copper���  just as the Granby company does now.  It is nearly six months since the  mines and smelter of the B. C. Copper  company closed, being jijona-at-the  time all the other "Boundary copi. er  producejrsjceased^ last" November,, because of low copper and- high operating costs. At that time the company  was ^mployir>ffa^ut"4��&mo��-at. mines  and smelter, but in resuming it is expected that the force will be greatly increased. The miners of the Boundary  ' have expressed themselves as ready to  go to work, so that the company is  having no difficulty in proceeding with  operations, and a large number of  men are already at work at each of the  company's mines, where the whistles  are blowing regularly.  As the B. C. Copper company has a  contract for treating the ore of the Con-  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones, who resided in Phoenix for the past three  years, left last week for Edmonton,  Alberta, where Mr. Jones has a ranch.  Rev C. Wellesley Whittaker went  to Nelson on Tuesday to attend the  annual "district meeting of the Methodist church, which opened Wednesday.  Mrs. A. B. Hood and daughter,  who left Phoenix about eight months  ago and have, been visiting at Sher-  brooke, Quebec, returned last week to  Grand Forks.  VV. J. Twiss, of Vancouver, provincial manager for the Mutual Life of  Canada, who has been visiting Phoenix  periodically for the past nine years, was  in the city on Wednesday.  solidated Co.'s Snowshoe mine, in this  camp, it is more than likely that work  at the latter will be resumed before  long, which should add another 150 or  200 men to the camp's payroll���the  B. C. Copper company needing the  Snowshoe product to keep the smelter  up to full capacity.  By  next   week  some   time,  as the  smelter Jias-n6w..n_large.sirpi)ly���Qf..coke,  on hand, the B. C. Copper company'sll nj��  reduction works should be handling in  the neighborhood of. 2,000. tons of ore  per   day,   and   the   converting   plant  '"'." ' ~" ���~-    ���,      , ...  should be turning  out  merchantable visitor to our office on Tuesday, whde  - .-.' in town  calling  on old friends.    He  blister at the rate of 1,500,000 pounds  per month. And this increased and  most welcome activity in the Boundary  should mean the increase of the  monthly payroll from $50,000 to $60,-  000 per month at least.  During 1907, with the last two  months omitted, when the mines were  not working, the B. C. Copper company's mines shipped 242,788 tons of  ore, as follows: Mother Lode, 208,-  321; Emma, 18,274; Oro Denoro, 14,-  481; B.C. mine, 1,712.  Boundary Mining Notes  Next Monday is the monthly payday in Phoenix camp.  The whistle of the Emma mine had  a musical ring to it on Tuesday.  The former superintendent of the  Skylark, William Rowe, has taken the  management of the Little Bertha mine,  on   the   North   Fork of Kettle  river.  The Mother Lode grade was put in  shape last week for mine operations,  four C P.R. engineers���E Corry, A.  M. Smith, C. S. Ross and J. R. Walm-  sley���spending two days on it.  Thirty tons of ore were shipped from  the Ciescent mine, in Skylark high  grade ore camp, to Trail smelter, on  Thursday. The ore is from stoping  done on the 225-foot level enrlier in  the year, the mine not being in operation at present.  The Dominion Copper company's  mines are all being.kept in shape, and  the smelter in readyness, to start up  when the necessary instructions come.'  Manager W. C. Thomas, of Boundary  Falls, returned on Monday from a  business trip to Spokane, but has no  information to impart as to the company resuming.  Considerable work of general repairing was in progress at the Emma  last week, and the mine was in a very  creditable condition for opening up on  Wednesday. The water had been kept  pumped out, and many improvements  had been made in the fittings of the  mine by Superintndent Lover and O.  T. Scott. The new bunk house, completed just before -the shutdown, will  accommodate about half the men of  the mine.  Granby ore shipments for April totalled 87,202 tons, which although  considerably less than the record month  of March was greater than for any  month previous to March. The decrease from March is the result of one  or more furnaces at the smelter being  out of commission, while being connected with the new steel flue dust chamber,  and the smelter treating less accordingly. The shipments from the Granby mines for the first four months of  1908 were 351,784 tons, as compared  with 201,001 tons shipped during the  same months in 1908.  SHORT STRIKE OF  COAL MINERS  International  Men Return  to  Their Work.  Last week Wednesday a strike of  some 500 men employed by the International Coal and Coke Co., at Coleman, Alberta, took place, but lasted  only a few days, the men all returning  to work on Monday of this week.  Some new work was to be started,  and it was agreed by the joint committee from the union and employers  that this work should be done at the  start by day's labor. It was so begun,  and then the union ordered the two  new men to quit work, and tied up the  entire property to enforce the demand  The rank and file of the union, however, soon discovered that the attitude  taken could not be held, and the men  were all ordered by the union to return  to  work again. . Most   of  the   actual  gging of coal is done by the piece,  as a rule, but this new work was to be  an exception for a time, at least, as  per orders of the joint committee.  The strike, therefore, was the result of  a misunderstanding more than anything else.  Boundary Side Lights  Mrs. J. A. Morrin left on Saturday  via the Arrow Lakes for Peachland to  join Mr. Morrin. A number of her  friends were at the depot to see her off  and she will be much missed among a I  large circle .of acquaintances' in  "*'  from Chicago to lay out the tunnel  site and get ready for the beginning of  actual work.  E.   H.   Mortimer,,  formerly of Phoenix,  of  Greenwood,  was  a welcome  Every Confidence Id Dominion Copper Co.  G. L. Walker, Boston Commercial,  says: "Dominion Copper interests state  that the company expended its treasury  surplus of about $400,000 on mine  development, equipment and smelter  improvements last year, and that it]  was a heavy loser when the price of  copper declined from 25 to 12^  cents, as it had a large amount of  metal in transit and in process which  had not yet been sold. The company's  increase of production had only fairly  begun when the decline in metal prices  occured. The company is said to have  aoout $60,000 worth of supplies, and  $15,000 cash on hand. It owes about  $27,000, and has $800,000 of bonds  outstanding. Some of the inside interests express a determination to raise  the necessary money and pay the bond  interest, and also to provide for a resumption of operations at the mines  after copper prices advance a little  further. They have every confidence  in the value of the. company's properties.  The assizes open at Greenwood on  May 26.  The C.P.R. hotel at Grand Forks  has been purchased by  P. Donaldson.  The firemen of Grand Forks purpose holding a celebration in that city  on May 25th.  J. A. Chenier, fruiter and tobacconist, of Greenwood, has assigned for  the benefit of his creditors.  Mrs. W. S. Horton died in Greenwood hospital on Wednesday. Deceased leaves a husband and six children.  At the recent provincial teach'ers'  convention in Vancouver, \V. May, of  Grand Forks was elected second vice-  president.  The road between Eholt and the  North Fork is in very bad condition at  present, and should be given the attention of the authorities.  The Canadian Mining Institute proposes to establish a library in Greenwood, for the use of prospectors, as-  sayers and mining engineers, if the board  of trade will provide a place ror it.  Robert Scott, of Caledonia, Ontario,  brother of O. T. Scott, bookkeeper at  the Emma mine, arrived at the Oro  Denoro a few days ago. He is having  a ranch cleared along Eholt creek.  Messrs. Hodges and Williams of  Grand Forks, accompanied by their  wives and daughters, came into Greenwood on Sunday with their autos. This  is the first time that automobiles have  been driven into Greenwood from an  outside point and makes a new record  for transportation in the Boundary.  ���Ledge.  G. Muoal, a successful fruit farmer of  North Yakima, is in Grand Forks looking for an opportunity to purchase fruit  land, He is most enthusiastic over the  futureof the Kettle river valley. He says  that the land there is much superior to  that of the Yakima valley, aud when  the proposed irrigation systems bef.in  operating in this valley he predicts that  land there will bring the same prices  that it does now in Yakima valley.  Land in the Yakima valley sells for  $200 per acre.  in town calling on old friends. He  said the residents of Greenwood were  rejoicing in having just received the  information of the resuming of the B.  C. Copper company.  W. B. Willcox, late editor of the  Fioneer, accompanied by Mrs. Willcox and daughter, Elizabeth, left on  Saturday for Spokane, where he will  remain for a few days before taking a  trip to the coast. He will take a well-  earned holiday of some weeks before  re-entering business again.  Mayor D. J. Matheson and Alderman L. Y. Birnie are spending a few  days fishing at Fish lake. They tool:  Mr. Birnie's famous boat the "Mad  Woman" and tackle such as has never  been seen near Fish lake before, and a  vehicle capable of carrying home hundreds of pounds of trout. For our  next issue we expect they will furnish  the Pioneer with an up-to-date fish  story.  Latest Prices in Metals  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $12.  60 @ $12.62;  lake. $12.12>s @ $12.87^.  Bar Silver, 54%  Lead, $4 12>�� @ *4.17>��.  Spelter, $4.60 & $4.65.  The title of the corporation is lo be  the Greenwood-Phoenix Tunnel Co,  Limited, arid it will have a capitals t-  tion of $5,000,000 in one-dollar shares.  Of this amount $2,000,000 will be in  the treasury. It is proposed to absorb  the following companies or properties,  on the first mile of the route of the  tunnel, on the basis as outlined below,  purchasing the same outright with  tunnel stock as specified.  Strathmore, Nelson and Caleb fraction, 200,000 shares.  Crescent and Crescent No. 2, "200,-  000 shares.  Chicago, B.C. Mining company  (Don Pedro, Lake and Yellowstone),  200,000 shares.  Defiance and fraction, 50,000 shares.  Preston Mining company, 50,000  shares.  Prince Henry Mining company, 50,-  000 shares.  Last Chance Mining company, 100,-  000 shares.  These propositions  are now  being  _     submitted to the respective companies,  Phoe-1 speciai meetings called for consideration of the same, and  some have' already been ratified. - -;,  As stated before in the Piontcr,  while the long and deep tunnel project  will start from Greenwood, it is hardly  likely it will reach Phoenix for years to  come, if ever. But it will be a.good  thing just the same for many bf the  high grade mines, as it will tap a  number of rich ore bodies on the respective claims, at great depth, give  natural drainage, do away with hoisting  and ore hauling (both expensive items),  and bring the ore to the mouth of the  proposed double track tunnel, on or  near the Strathmore claim, at the  minimum of expense. If driven but a  mile, or say 6,000 feet, it will reach all  the mines above referred to, and be a  good thing in nearly every way.  National Stock Company.  Commencing   next    Monday,  the  National   Stock  company  will be  at  the Phoenix opera house for one week,  with a change of bill every night.   The  company comes highly  recommended  for high class plays.    They played two  weeks at Nelson to large audiences and  both daily papers commented favorably  on the attractions. The entire company  headed by Miss Jean Russell and Roy  Brandon,  are  all  first  class, high-salaried people.    Few companies of such  merit visit the Boundary country.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  111c ,ui.o.....s table gives the ore  for 1903, for 1904, for I9��5. for 1906,  The (oUowiug table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines tor 1900, for 1901, lor ,  "--   *������������* -nd 1907. as reported to the Phoenix Fioneer-~  <l  <��  <>  11           Mink.  . , Granby Mines....  Snowshoe-   * ' B. C. Copper Co.  ��� Mother Lode���  T     B C. Mine   Kmma ~ ���  Oro Dcnoro....  Bonnie Belle  >  Dom. Cop  Co....  llr'klyu-Siem. .  Idaho-   ttawhlde   Sunset-   Mountu Kose.. ,  Athelstan   A     Morrison -  T K. Bell   Y Senator   f Brey Pogle   6 No. 37   I Reliance   ��� Sulphur King....  A  Winnipeg-    I i-.oldeu Crown...  ��� Ki��k Solomon...  A 3ig Copper   A So. 7 Mine   T City ofl'ariH   Y Jewel   m ttiveiside   I Cnrml   Y Sally   & Kamliler   i Butcher Boy ...  Y uuncau   �� Providence   J Elkhorn   Slrathmoie   Golden Eagle...  ��   Presloll   Y Prince Henry....  4 Stylark   T Last Chance   ��� K. f. 0. Mine...  i Bay    I   Mavis   9 Don Pedro   4 Crescent   I Heleu   r Ruby   4 Republic   Ml.jcellaneou'*...  1900      1901        I9��*        1V>1  64.553 331,7��3 309.858 393.7'"  197      1.73'    M.800    7'.1'1  5.34��  19,494  99,034 14'.3��� 138.079  47,405 U.Stt 1*305  S,S3��  ��� >       1  ���mm  ���mm  .xmiJi'0:  ll  iii  -,#.ii :i'^-',  ���������{%���<��� >: ;i  mm  #���<?���:?'>;'  -Jta%>.'-i!  . '...IVt-; *r  :'V4**V'  m ���  m  M  .'Mm  W.  k  ��*; mmm.  ���M*rU-  111  mm  THB VfOmSTX PKMTEEHL  ifa  If'  I *���>?���'  IP  II'  If-  Jtfe  ft  m  HOTEL.  Maple Leaf Motel  City   of   Phtoenix  HAS finest business location in the great Boundary Mining Camp, close  to Granby mines ; has firstclass bar trade, and a good business is being  done at present. The hotel bedrooms, din ing-room and kitchen are all  well furnished throughout with good accommodation for the public. A  unap for quick sale.      For  further   particulars  write   or   call  on  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF  TOPICS  OF   LOCAL  AND  GENERAL ^  ���* INTEREST   TO  PHOENICIANS.  A. SCHULLI, PHOENIX, B. C  IABYJCARRMGES A1W CO-CARTS  Just arived a fine line.    Come and get first choice.  BINNS THE FURNITURE MAN  "������>'��� SPECIAI/TJLKS  UNDBRTAJKING PICTURE FRAMING  t  i  tt  .1  It  Wmmmmf  REMOVING ��  SHORTLY TO LARGER PREMISES ��  .   :,";': "' NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.        S  LATEST NOVELTIES. : S  :iasM;Si  Phone 64  isa��&fi��ffiffi������aaffitt.i2^��tt����ifliicittia)ffi��js  MURRAY  COMEDV  Company  P  We can print for you  Phoenix  Opera  House  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms,  I  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Old newspapers for sale at this office  at 25 cents per 100.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. T. Gardner.  Second-hand Sewing Machines of ail  makes, for sale, see Miss McDonald.  Prescriptions carefully prepared at  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  Service in the Church of England  tomorrow will be in the evening.  The subject for Sunday at the Methodist church will be, " The Lost Christ."  "Old Frank" has taken charge of  the Dominion Barber Shop. Give us  a call.  Come and get first choice of Baby  Carriages and Go-Carts at Binns, the  Furniture Man.  Furnished rooms to let, in the  Marsh block; apply to Mrs. Ida  Corrigan.  P. Burns & Co., Ltd, are making  some improvements to their building  in Phoenix.  The members of Fjelltoppen, No.  47, held a May-day feast in the Scandinavian hall last night.  Word from J. A. McMaster, proprietor of the Hotel Balmoral, says that  he is on his way from Vancouver to  Prince Rupert.  Last week Friday Phoenix Lodge  No. 158, F.O.E. gave a social at  Miners'- Union hall, which was thoroughly enjoyed.  The beautiful weather of last Sunday  enticed many citizens to the mountain  trails. All available driving outfits and  saddle horses were in commission.  The Murray Comedy Co., which  comes to Phoenix opera house next  week, is said to have been playing to  crowded houses in Kootenay cities.  Morrin, Thompson & Co. had two  new awnings placed over the show  windows of their store this week,  adding considerably to its appearance  David Garland was knocked off a  box car last Monday at the Curlew  tunnel, and sustained, a double fracture of his arm, being now in the hospital.  The local baseball club, which was  recently organized, have accepted an  jnxitatioxi_tQ_play_ a���uame in Grand  Forks tomorrow with the cliib~ c-f the  latter place.  it speaks well for the confidence in  this country, when as this week, a book  agent was in Phoenix, soliciting for  and securing orders for a work that  costs but $125.  A. A. Barnet, formerly of Phoenix,  but now a resident of Greenwood, is  out once more this week, after having  a tree fall on him while hauling ties on  Skylark wagon road.  The moving picture shows in the opera house on Tuesday and 'Friday  nights attracted good audiences who  appeared to thoroughly enjoy the lifelike scenes on the canvas.  A May day dance was held last  night in Miners' Union hall in aid of  the Phoenix baseball clubhand it is  now expected the enthusiastics will  get busy on the diamond.  The rake and a camp fire would go  a long way to improving the yards and  surroundmgs'of many homes in Phoenix. The "cleaning up" habit is something that should become general.  Work is being started again at the  Golden Eagle mine, about ten miles  up the North Fork of Kettle river from  Grand Forks and is likely to be vigorously prosecuted when the work gets  well under way.  Last week commercial travellers in  the Boundary were scarce, due to the  C.P.R. washouts. This week they  have been much more plenty. On  Tuesday evening the Brooklyn hotel  was unable to accommodate all its  transient callers.  Sewing Machines from $10 up, see  Miss McDonald.  You can get a bargain in China any  time at Thrasher's Drug Store.  House-keeping rooms to rent; apply  to J. Mcintosh, Old Ironsides avenue.  The National Stock Company has  at ranged for a week's engagement at  Phoenix opera bouse.  It will pay you to see N. Binns if  you are wanting Furniture, as he has  now a full stock in most lines,  Four disorderly gentlemen (?), two  colored and two white, were rounded  up by the chief of police on Monday  night and pleaded guilty before the  beak, being assessed $20 and $2.50  costs each. One vagrant pleaded  guilty to being' drunk and was released  on suspended sentence.  Blake Wilson, of Nelson, general  manager  for P.   Bums &  Co., was in  FRANCIS KNOTT IS  SECURING PATENT  On Self-Dumping Device For  Mines.  In last week's issue of the Pioneer  appeared a description of the self-  dumping device lately put into effect  at the 400 foot level of the Granby  mines. Those who have seen the  thing in operation are loud in their  praises of its simplicity and feasibility.  Mr. Knott, who was draftsman for the  Granby Co. last year when the car was  planned and experimented on and  brought to success, thinks that the  Pioneer was not quite clear regarding  the part which he had in getting up  the self-dumper, he not claiming all  the credit, but thinking he is entitled  to more than was given to him by this  paper, from what he had been ab'e to  learn regarding the invention and its  practicability.  In order to get the matter straight,  the Pioneer man this week was present  when Mr. Hodges and Mr. Knott  were talking over this phase of the  matter, and the conclusion is that both  gentlemen are entitled to some credit  in the matter. Mr. Hodges said he  had no wish or desire to detract from  the credit  due to Mr.. Knott in the  The Auto Filler  Fountain  SELF-FILLING,  SELF-CLEANIN.G.  EVERY ONE   GUARANTEED.   :  :  :  PRICES FROH $2.50 TO $6.00  town yesterday,  having just returned matter, but at the same time, While the  from a trip to  Prince   Rupert,   where | tatter's   ideas   and  suggestions   were  he was  looking  after  the   meat contracts for the G.T.P. construction. He  says, like others, that it is altogether  too early to go Prince Rupert.  Harry James will shortly move his  stock into larger quarters. Mr. James  is always up to date with a complete  and fresh assortment in his various  lines���confectionery, fruits, cigars and  tobaccos, music and cut flowers���and  a larger store is found necessary to  meet the requirements of his growing  trade.  It has been generally understood in  town for the past week that the Great  Northern would commence their Sunday train service to Phoenix again'  starting tomorrow. This, however, is  not the case. The Sunday tram will  be operated between Spokane and  Marcus, but will not come to the Canadian side.  Roy Thompson, formerly a resident  here and a brother of J. E. VV. Thompson, is starting on a thousand-mile  trip north from Ashcroft. He will go  through the Cariboo, Ootsa lake,  Nichoco valley, and Balkley valley  districts, and down to Pnnce Rupert,  reporting on conditions generally for  the Methodist missionary society.  W. R. Williams returned on Monday from attending the Yale-Cariboo  Conservative convention, and now  considers the election of Mr. Burrell  a foregone conclusion. The convention, Jie says, was one _of-entire"unan-  imity, exceprfor the'scrimmage of the  129 delegates present for the pleasure  of nominating the coming member of  the riding.  In token of Ucr long and faithful  work as a member of St, Andrews'  Presbyterian Ladies' Aid, Mrs.' John  A. Morrin was given special recognition  last Wednesday evening, when she was  presented with two beautiful pieces of  cut glass, accompanied by an address,  which was read by Rev. S. Lundie.  The Ladies' Aid, church managers,  choir, and a number of other intimate  friends were present, the occasion  being on the eve of her departure  for Peachland.  Last Sunday being the 89th anniversary of the founding of the Inde  pendent Order of Odd Fellows, the  members of Snowshoe Lodge, No.. 14,  and Rebekah Lodge, No. 17, mached  in a body to the Methodist church in  the evening, where the pastor, Rev. C.  W. Whittaker, preached an eloquent  and inspiring sermon. He took as his  text Luke 10:30, basing his remarks  on the true friendship of the Good  Samaritan, and exhorted members to  endeavor to practice the grand principles of Oddfellowship.  acted on and found useful, it  was not  all due to him ' ;  Mr. Knott stated that he had applied  for patents on the self-dumping device  in both the United States and Canada,  and expects to hear of favorable action  on the application at an early date.  Every one hopes that the invention  may prove a provitable one for Mr.  Knott.  la Ntw Drttt.  The Kaslo Kootenain appeared in a  brand new Easter '-dress" last week  having installed a monoline type-setting machine. The Kootenian is a  bright, breezy newspaper and the installation of the monoline indicates  that it is going to be right up to date.  The monoline is a luxury that but few  of the interior weeklies as yet have invested in.    A WMtfcrtal Feat.  F. E. Griffith has seven men employed on the Westmouut on Ten  Mile Creek, in the Slocan from which  he ships a carload of selected ore  every month, which goes about $3,000  to the carload. He located the West-  mount in 1896 and at once went to  work on it, and has remained doggedly  at work ever since. He performed the  wonderful feat of driving a 1,000 foot  tunnel single handed. Often for three  months at a time he never saw a human face or heard the sound of a human voice except his own. He stayed  with the game steadily and is now  meeting his reward in. the shape of  profits on the. ore which he is shipping  The vein of the Westmount variies in  width from six inches to a foot. The  richest ore is. at the lowest level yet  reached. Mr. Griffiths is only awaiting for spring to sink again and run  out one more level. If the ore values  persist he will have a bonanza.  BE   SURE: -YOU SEE .���.������T.I I EM   BEFORE "BUY! N''.  B.  A;   BLACK, THE JEWELER  ^r:i--'':''^:     ".���������'���     "       ��� ������������    ���'���"���   ^ -'������''   -''   '  '      )  !���> . ���      '        - - ,  The BEST, Cheapest {  and most satisfactory I  Clothing in Phoer.ix. \  WHO SAYS SO?    Hundreds of satisfied  ��� customers.    If you don't   oelieve   it come  and examine unods.  A Foil Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Chem'est prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. KNOB hi2Lravk..bphoemx  t  WALL PAPER I  o-o^��  -J  I.  ing  iter.t Designs from the  makers   in   Canada.  end-  Now   is   the   time to   make    your  choice���we have just what you  want, from   the  cheapest  to   the    best.      Call  and   inspect.  MAE BROS., Ltd.  KNOB HIM. AVE.  1!  i  -%% '%^^%^%%^%%^^%%''%^%^%^^%%^^^^-'%^%-'V%.'*''^%'% 0  tttstt Mining Stoek Quotations.  [Corrected  Nelson, B. C.  by Mightorj  & Cavanagb,  to April 8, 1908.]  The stock market is a sure indicator  of the trend of business. A more buoyant feeling is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  following quotations:  ���MM0IMMM*  mm win  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Import* d and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As wij ship direct in Carloads, we   can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  the  Jas. McCreath & Co.  GREENWOOD, IJ   C.  Hl9p*mJH0**\*wmWm2l*  I  iMM*ftrt*40klto**W  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAI* 1988 ORE RECORD  to  Delivery Books, Invoices, Business  Cards,  THURSDAY, May 7,  "My Nephew's Wife"  FRIDAY, May 8,  "A Runaway Match"  SATURDAY, May 9,  "Winning- a Ionian"  N  thing in  T  Everything in fact,  As cheaply, neatly and quickly  else.  SHIIOH'S  Quick case for thc worst cough���quick  relief  to the heaviest   cold���and  SAFE  to take, even Tor a child.    g~\  That   is    Shiloh's   Cure.    tiUireS  Sold   under a guarantee    GoUfillS  to cure colds and coughs     <rv  g~%    i j  quicker   than  any   other    �����* ^-lOlClS  medicine���or your money back.     34 years  of success commend Shiloh's Cure.   25c.,  BOc , $1. 316  QUICKLY!  Shipments and Sadler Receipts For Year  Date.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1908 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK.  Boundary    r9>9��5  Rossland      3i7*7  East Columbia River    1,526  YEAR.  334,630  86,944  36.748  Alberta Opal and Coke  B.C. Copper.........  Chaa. Dickens......  Cone. Smelters.......  Copper King.....   Domin. Copper.......  Galbraith Coal.......  Gertie..,..;..........  Granby.... ...-.  Hecla(C.D.A.).......  International C. AC.  Kendall... ..:......  Miseoola Copper..  Nabob..............   Oom Paal ���������'......  ....  Panhandle Smelter...  Rambler-Cariboo.....  Snowshoe     '.- .  Snowstorm..-.........  8n.Ulvan . .   Sullivan Bonds. .....  Stewart .... ....   ���IU  4SKKD  .16  26  4.75  6.00  ���13)4  .19  70.00  75.00  ���03#  .03%  1.50  1.62>s  \20  .28  ���01>i  :,--'.03Ja'  85.00  95.00  3.00  4 25  .72  .75  1.13  133  .10  .n>s  .03%  .04  .03  .06  .0o%  .06%  .26  .27 y2  .11  M3>$  .09  .10  1.71  1.75  ���00%  .01    -  62.50  .   -75 .  .87&  Phoenix Steam Laundry Co.  LIMITED.  If you owe your subscription to this  paper, please pay up.  Total.  25,158 462,411  SMELTER    RECBIPTS   Granby   Trail   Northport (LeRoi)  Marysville   i7.905 334.530  4,726    88,002  371    25,944  5.73��  Total  25,002 454,579  Public Library Oaoee.  Arrangements here have been made  for a grand ball to be given under the  auspices of the public library on the  evening of Tuesday, May 12th. The  management are endeavoring to secure  funds to add new books to the library  and hope *o make the dance a success  financially as well as otherwise. Gentlemen's tickets will be $1.00, and u die  attending are invited to contriblatsea  book to the circulating library.  r  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now  a   position to handle the  largest or  smallest orders  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prims.  BEST OF WORK  GUARANTEED.  Phone No. 25  Patronize Home Industry.  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D.   McKENZlE,   Manager.  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B C.  Paper-Type-Ink  The Phoenix  We can furnish any  combination  or  these three in our up-  to-date Job Department  Pioneer  As anyone  Call us up  by  telephone  and we will  send around; or   if you   prefer  call on us.  Mig'litcm ��* CavaraaugpK  BROKERS  Nelson, B. C. Phone 110  Drawer 1082  SPEC  NO INTERMISSIONS  IALTIES  BETWEEN  ACTS  Popular Prices  We buy and   sell all listed and unlisted  securiti s.  Quotations   received   daily    from   NEW  YORK, TORONTO, MONTREAL  AND SPOKANE.  Allow us to submit quotations before dealing elsewhere.  n  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 $3.50. Now is the  accepted time.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1898.  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  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-  NOTICE.  POBUC NOTIOB la hereby   given that the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company (as T.euee  ��� ��*������**������*��*������*��.  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  Phoenix, B.C.  MIGMTON <& CAVANAUGH,  HEOKKus.  on the Columbia an4 Western Railway) hoo this  day deposited in the 1'istiict Land Registry  Office at Kamloops In the Province of British  Columbia, a Plan Profile and Book of Reference  showing a proposed branch line to the Kettle  Valley Ioimber Company's Mill situate near  Grand Forks in the Yale District of the Province  of British Columbia, and that the said Canadian  Pacific Railway Company will, as soon after the  expiration of four weeks from the first publication of this notice as the application can be  heard, apply to the Board of Commissioners for  Canada at their Court-room in the City of Ottawa  under Section mi of the Railway Act, to authorise the construction of the aatd railway branch  line in accordance with the povisions of the  Railway Act. ���   ���     "  Dated at Vancouver this list day of February  1908  R. Uhsxtoia,  General tt*ccaiiv�� Atrial tint.  1  Provides a Christian  home tor students of both sexes at moderate rates,  flas a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school  work.  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations.   Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas.   Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course arid in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A.    In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Coarse, and the da-  gree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college ia In  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Bev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A.,B.D.,Princfc  pal; or Bev. J. P. Bowell, Bnraar.  Methodist���Sunday School at   :  p.   m.  evening    service   7:30   p.  :3o  111.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wdlesk-y  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 Udy of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every and and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, ioa.111. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bent'  diction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A*  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  r,iai-f-Bi.-.*��jirtp��*t��;,,5jn-; ma^iinHi T.v^vtrv��.tjr ��ir;.j  ���rjw; ����'.*'ra"n��wirsiYVr��6ww��!fcrj*i*  'W^^^Jf^-aMwitftnil^  , ��� 11- >-J f1fTV\ ���fFitrrrwy** TJ  wm  THB "PHOENIX PIOIfEER.  ? Church Services Tomorrow  O %e%/'%t%'^/^4^^e%%e^k\^%t*k\^*X  Church of England���St. Johns, Rev.  J. Leech-Porter, rector. Service first  and third Sunday at 10:30 a.ih. :  second and fourth  Sunday, 7:30 p.m.  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  ]). 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 of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor  CHILD'S SEVERE BURNS  HEALED BY ZvW-BUK  The little (iirl of Mrs. Lewis Hest,  of Carlisle P.O., recently fell against  the stove and burned her forehead  very badly. Mrs. Best says:���"The  burn was about the size of a fifty cent  piece and was near the bone. It made  my little ^girl'seye swell till it almost  shut, and then she got cold in it. It  began to run matter very badly, and i  could not.stop it, although I bathed it  good every night and morning At  last I sent for some Zam-Buk which  soon stopped the iiiatteration and very  quickly healed the wound. 1 have  never seen a burn heal so quickly, and  1 am sure Zam Buk has no eq'ial for  curing cuts or burns, and I shall  always keep a box on band in case of  emergency."  Kvcry home needs. Zam-Buk ! All  diseases of the skin quickly'yields to it.  It is also an excellent remedy; for piles  (blind or bleeding),"rheumatism, etc.  All druggists, and'Mures 50c. a box, or  post paid from Zam Buk Co , Toronto.  at  Old newspapers for sale at this office  at 25 cents per 100.  II you owe your subscription to this  paper, please pay'up.  Second-hand Sewing Machines of all  makes, for sale, see Miss McDonald.  Prescriptions carefully   prepared  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16  "Old Frank" has taken charge of  tbe Dominion Barber Shop. Give us  a call.   ' -" '  The small sum of two bits (25c) per  month takes the Phoenix Pioneer, to  any postoffice on earth-.'  A. C. Flummerfelt, of Victoria, president, of; the, International Coal and  Coke cpnipany,' has taken out a life  insurance ''policy "in '(tie Great AVest  Life A'ssifranee' company for $250,600.  This is the largest life insurance policy  ever written in Canada.  B.C. MINING  o  o  All free miners'certificates expire on  be renewed prior  May 31st and must  to that date.  The Eureka mine at Sandon has reopened for the season with .an in-i  creased working force.  The blind lead on the Ymir mine,  for which search has been persistent  for the past year, was struck last week.  The output of the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal.'coinj any during the past, month  has averaged 3,200 tons for-*, each  working day " :   '  The returns frpnVthe last shipment  of the Slocan Sovereign to the Trail  smelter, go 90 ounces in silver,and 62  per cent lead. ".  The Richard III mine at Mount  Sucker is being kept in good' condition ready to open the-moment the  price of copper advances sufficiently  to allow a margin of profit.  ���        ,  Encouraging reports come from the  Findlay river district. Plenty ofshow-  ings of coarse gold, black sand and  iron boulders are said to have been  found and there is a general stampede  into the district at present.  The placer miners on Wild Horse  creek are reported to have commenced  piping last week, and at present are  removing a large amount .of gravel.  Present indication!) arc that u. considerable amount of the yellow metal will  be taken out this season,  The following report of the operations of the Le Roi mine for March  was cabled to the London office of  the company: "Shipped from the  mine to Northport during the past  month 6,700 tons, containing 2,680  ozs. gold, 4,600 ozs. silver, 170,000  lbs. copper. Expenditure on development work during   the month, $7,250.  The Buffalo mine, near Silverton,  is about to be leopened. Instructions  have been received from the company  to be^in as soon as possible the continuation of No. 3 level, which is now  in about 1 20 feet. This will be pushed  for about 350 feet, when it is expected  the lead will be. picked up, and drifting will commence for another 100  feet./,       ".������'������'.������  Last Saturday the Queen mine, at  Salmo, was sold by the owner, W.  VValdie, to Wisconsin men for $175,-  000, $50,000 being paid down and  the remainder to be paid at the end of  30 months. In the meantime the  purchasers will pay 14 per cent of the  mint and smelter returns to the vendors, the amount thus accruing to be  installments upon the purchase price.  Just now the property is being opened  up by a. force of 38 men and a mill  of 10 stamps is in constant operation  On the railway siding, awaiting the  opening of the roads, are 10 more  stamps, which will bring up the capacity of the mill from 185 to close 400  tons a week.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1908 ORE RECORD  Shipments and Smelter Receipts Per Year lo  Date.        .  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1908 to.date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS.       \  Boundary   Rossland   East Columbia River  WKEK.  19,942  6,076  1,086  VEAR.  354.75a  96,847  :   37,837  ." Total. :;..;,  SMELTER    RECEIPTS ���  Granby.,......;... 19,942  Trail....;  5,006  Northport (LeRoi),; 2,204  Marysville...   ...,.  27*104 489,615  348,229  93.?��8  38,776  -5.73��  56,000  IN WIDENDS  Paid Ijy international  Goal and ��Goke Go.  Total of.-$226,000 Has  .Been-Paid.  Now  Total  27i3��7 38l>986  MURRAY  Comedy  Company  Phoenix  Opera  House  On May ist the International Coal  and , Coke .company .paid a quarterly  dividend of two per cent on the issuid  shares 6f$a',8ooOj6pd, making a dis-  bursement'of $507000. This makes a  total of $266,000 paid by this company  in dividends.!to,rdate, distributed as  follows: ������':���  February i, 1907  $28,000  May 1,1907........' ....  28,000  August 1,1907   .......  42,000  November 1, 1907  .....  56,000  February 1, 1908.   56,000  May r, ,1908 ...,.   .....  56,000  Qwiii^i'^n*^^^*  PROVINCIAL.  O-^r-  3 Nights Only  THURSDAY, May 7,  "My Nephew's Wife"  FRIDAY, May 8,  "A Runaway Match"  SATURDAY. May 9,  "Winning a Woman"  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement*.  NOTICE.  Monte Grand & California Fraction mineral  claim, situate iu Omnwood Mining Division ol  Vale District.       -  Whrrc local-<1���Oreenwocd Camp.  TAKK NOTIUK that I, Forbea M. Kerby at  Agent lur John Mulligan, Free M'lter'a Certificate, No. toioii . intend, sixty days from date  hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Ccrtific le of Imp'oveineulii. lor the purpose o-  obtaining a Crown Grr.nl ol the above claim.  An J further Take Sollce that action, uudci  Section 37, muni be commenced bet'ure the Issuance otsiich Certificateol Improvements.  Uatrl IhN 27th day of June, A D , 1907.  28��� KORBKS M. KKRBY, Agent.  NO INTERMISSIONS  SPECIALTIES   BETWEEN   ACTS  Popular Prices  266,000  Announcement is also made tOjthe  shareholders > that hereafter the company will, for the .present, make its  quarterly dividend at the rate of i^  per cent each, or 5 per cent annually,  to permit \\\t retirement   of the $300,���  000.  Themines of the company are located at Coleman,'Alberta, just < across  the line of British Columbia, and are  in first-class shape. Some 500 men  are employed, the .superintendent being George L. Fraser,: formerly of the  Granby mines at t Phoenix. At present the. output isj 3,000 tons dai ly, wi th  a contract with the C.P.R. that will  last two or three years yet,' The company has also a  large battery of coke  ovens.  More than ordinary interest is taken  in the International Coal and  Coke  company  by  miany residents   of the  Boundary, as at,the time of its organization, some four years ago, its chief promoters were either residents of or heav-  ily interested in (this section.    It >is also known  to   be ; closely   indentified  with interests friendly to  the  Granby  company.    Those who took their stock  at up to fifty cents  per  share are now  receiving dividends  that are  equal to  16 per cent on the cost of the  shares,  the rate beingnow two per cent  quarterly on the;par value- ol $1 per share.  S.   H.  C.   Miner,   A.   C.   Flumerfelt  and  H. N. Galer,  all  of whom  were  actively  indentified with  the  Granby  Co. a few years ago, are at the head of  the International Co.  A school has been opened at Prince  Rupert with eight pupils as a starter.  A joint stock company is being  formed to start ,canneries , at Vernon  and Kelowna.  A- new ;dty toi.be caUed Queen  Charlotte is to be laid outsat the mouth  of the Skeena river.  Over 40 applications have been received by F. S. Hussey for liquor  licenses at Prince Rupert.  The brewery at Sandon was. burned  to the ground Thursday of last week.  Loss $15,000; insurance $6,000.  The retail merchants of. New Westminster are  forming  a branch of  the  Retail Merchants Association of B. C.  ... .   .       ���  -,        *. .  Fire completely destroyed the, Vancouver sash and door factory on. False  Creek, last week,  loss being  $30,000  William Scott, foreman of sidewalk  construction in Victoria,' was. electrocuted last week through catching hold  of a live wire.  F. J. Deane has sold the Nelson  Daily News to W. G. McMprris, who  for a;year or more 1 has been the : business manager.  A county Orange lodge was organized at Nelson last week. Rossland,  Trail, Sandon and Nelson were represented by delegates.  The Liberal nominating convention  for the Dominion electoral division of  Kootenay will be held in Nelson on  Thursday, June-ath. ' "  J. tt, McDonald, superintendent of  the Rossland Engineering works, has  been appointed collector of customs at  Rossland, including the. sub-ports of  Paterson and Trail.  PE-RIHMA REUSES M3iS^  La Grippe Sows ttie Seed of  Chronic Catarrh, Indigestion,  Nervous Prostration and  a Host of Aliments  Too  Numerous  ^toi Mention.  VV. A. Galliher,- M.P., has been  offered' the position of western solicitor  and legislative agent-for GiT.P. with  headquarters at Vancouver. It is  stated that he wil accept.  Two thousand fruit trees, , imported  from the United States, were con-  demmed at Vancouver by Thomas  Cunningham, provincial inspector of  fruit pests. The trees were peach,  plum and apple, and they were infected  with wooty aphis, black peach aphis,  root gall, anthachose and sannai exi-  tiosa.  PKKUNA ia �� remedy lor tbe aftereffect* of 1* grippe.  Nearly ��vory person who has bad tho  grip during-the pant winter finds himself left with some chronic catarrhal  condition- more or loss in tolerable,  rIt may he a hacking cough, or a: tired,  all-worn-out feeling.  Sometimes indigestion  appears  and  hangs on In spite of all-remedies.  .'A uliort course of Peruna removes all  these symptoms and puts the patient  right again.  "We have a multitude of testimonials  along thin line.  La Grippe Leave* a.Case of Syatemlc  Catarrh. :  Judge Horatio. J. Gosa, Hartwell, Ga.,  writes:  "Some five or six years, ago I had a  very severe spoil of grip which left me  with systemic catarrh.  "A. friend advised me. to try your  Peruna, which I did, and was Immediately benon ted.  "The third bottle completed the cure."  Holds Pe-ru-na in tilth Esteem.  Miss Ernestine Durocher,-8611 .'Notre  Dame, St. Henri, Montreal^ Can., "writes:  "During sevoral years I experienced;  much inconvenience on account of  weakness and lioart trouble,  "The  best doctors  treated  me,  bat  ; without success.  "A year ago 1 commenced to ? take  Peruna. ������'.'���  "X persevered with It regularly and a  change took place more rapidly than I  expected.   To-day I am entirely cured.  "I hold Peruna in the highest onteem  and X am always ready ^o speak a good  ���'.word in itstfaror.   I owe my cure to  Venma."  "Pc-TM-fM Was Recommended hy One  of My Friends."  Mr. N. Beauchamp, 126 rue Notre  Dame, Laahine, P. Q., writes:  "X tried the famous remedy, Peruna,  Which was recommended to me by one  of my friends, R. Pilon.  "I hare not .been .without this valuable remedy for seven months, and now  1 see that I am entirely cured.  ^lorraarly,' on: lying down-1 vm tux-  able- to breathe through my nose and I  nerer passed a day without headache.  "To-day X experience none of these  symptoms and tills is due to Peruna."  MR.J.A.G0Y��R=  Mr. J. A. Go'y'er," president La  Pharmacie Latorilnso, 1069 Borri St.,  Montreal, Can., writes:  "/ 'can ihighly, recommend your  Itieitimable preparation, Peruna, to  all those who -antler Irom the bad  mtter-etlecta-oi'-la grippe.  "Two>bottles-- ��� ot Peruna haye  brought to me a complete oure of  that sickness, and it has acted as the  best tonic for the system that I haye  ever experienced.'"  Mead and Stomach Were Affected by  Catarrh.  "Miss Olivine Porrault,627}i rue Albert,  Montreal, Can,, writes;  "I write you a word to congratulate  you on your famous remedy, Peruna. I  tried other remedies, but my cold did  not get any better, and I feared I waa  becoming consumptive.  "The condition of my head and stoav  ach was very, annoying. I had coughed  day and night for three months, aa the  result of a cold which I had contracted  from sudden change of temperature.  "My brother ad vised mo to try Peruna  and I did so, for he was cured by Perum*.  I took it regularly and improved steadily. X have now taken three bottles of  it and am completely cured."  ^gtrwr* * * j Js9\Vw%  ���H',3fc  ZP"WJP-,*P'  NOTICE.  THK attention ol thr Lauds and Works Department having beeu directed to the fact that  town lots in a townsite named Prince Rupert,  be!lip, a subdivision of Lot 647, Range s, Coast  Uifctrlct, situated on the mainland between the  mi'mil of tlir Skeena Klver and Knien Island,  Miz bcius:' fferrd f��.r satc.it l*as been deeinco  necessary to warn the public that the ' aid town-  ���iteis not stuatrd at the terminus of the Grand  Ti 11111c Pacific Railway, and is not thc townsite  which is owned jointly by the Government of  British Columbia aud the Grand Trunk Pacific  Railway Company. *  F. J.   FUl.TON,  Chief Comm.sslonci* of Lauds and Works  Laud* and Works Department.  Victoria, B.C., May ist, 1908.  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T. TTJHANO, Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  :r.iof.  First Street-  Opposite   Knob  Phoksix, B- C.  Hill Hotel  CO-OWNERS' NOTICE.  ro tt ras. W���d %n^-r0t  of the District of Vale, nsw,H appear by Uie ��  tlficate t.f Work rccordrd October st n, iwr'"  Office of Z Mining Recorder for *�������<>������,,  wood Minine Dlvrsion   in  order to ho <   s  Claim for the year eiidine '��gt�����ord\aK such  and that I have also paid Jj 50 >or recoruiuu  Certificate ol Work: . ���f ������ ,invs from the  And if at the expiration or 9�� l "f, 'r refuse  fi��t publication of ����'��"ot te���Hf the ��pe�� I-  to contrtbutejyout Pr��P��,r.l'��n" ��0fr the Mineral  tures requlied under Section '4 or l"e ^ ���.  Act. to hold said Claim for ���� y��r Xe7tisl"K,  tioned, toKether with all_ cost-^^ ot ao led  your inteiestx In said ('lalm ."'".��� Section 4. ol  In the subscriber (a co owner) under^heciioi  tbe Mineral Act Amendment Act. '9����-        ��� 011  The amount ������ lr��,yr0^?��thrc��tl6  occounlofsuch work, and recording tne c  cale thereol ia t*SM ��"d from you' '  HiABKa,la$8 54- . ,   .������ -f fan-  Bated at Phoenix. D.C.the wd day or Jan  uary, i��o8. D fc> MClNTOMINBY.  Mlnlnj Anecdotes.  To mining anecdotes there is no  end, and I try to avoid anecdotes and  confine myself to facts. This is a fact.  In the early days of The Financial  News in London an American of the  most pronounced type called upon me  to tell me about the extraordinary richness of property in Colorado which he  had for sale. It was in the afternoon,  and my visitor quite evidently lunched  not wisely but far too well. When he  had talked me into a state of nerves  and himself only a trifle less than half  sober, I asked him what the quarts  yielded in gold. He replied: "I  can't quite remember; but it's either  five ounces to the ton or five tons to  the ounce; I'm not sure which."  At the height of the West Australian  mining boom a property favorably  reported on was acquired for an English company. ��� While the company  was in the process of incubation a  large block of rock, very rich in gold,  was sent to the London office, where  it was exhibited to all comers, and  helped greatly to attract subscriptions.  The prospectus was well received, all  the shares offered.���Ex.  Of Interest To Women.  ��0 such women as are not seriously out  healtlubut who have exacting duties  perforn^ either In the way ol house-  >r In social duties and func-  scrlously tax their strength,  as wcITuTto aurslng mothers. Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription has proved a most  valuable supj^rtlng tonic and Invigorating nervine. By Its timely use, much  serious sickness und suffering mnv bo  avoided. Tho operating table and the  surgeons' knife, would. It is believed,  seldom have to he employed If this most  valUtth)o_woinari|'vs" rernctly wore reported  toTrTgoodtlme. The "Favorite Prcscrlp-  tlon" has proven a great boon to expectant  mothers by preparing the system for tho  coming of baby, thereby rendering childbirth safo, easy, and almost painless.  Bear in mind, please that Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription Is not a secret or  patent medicine, against which tho most  intelligent peoplo arc quito naturally  averse, because of tho uncertainty as to  their composition and harmless character,  but iS a MEDICINE of knowk composi-  *tion, a full list of all its ingredients being  printed, in plain English, on evory bottle-  vrrappor. An examination of this list of  ingredle ���������-"--���-����������. fiw.t that It Is  npn  NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that, thirty day*  after date. I, Joseph J. Bassett, of Hartford  Junction, B.C., intend to apply to the superintendent ol provincial police, F. S. Hussey, of  Victoria, for the renewal of a retail liquor  license  for   the   Hartford  Hotel,  at   Hartford  Junction, B.C     ;-Joseph.J. BASsarr.  B.C*.ArM-H..��i. .p^��� ��� ���'  Hartford Junction.  Only Two Bite Per Month.  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  Pioneer office.  Haialtal Donations ���  Lidt of Donations received Bim,^ Jan.  1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General Hospital:  Cash $10   Cash $S5��.��.   BooarCaae!!!..";!!..!-....':  Bed Linen, 4 dost.    ��� .���. R. Horrell  ��_.���. J. B. Hacaulay   .v.'.;.....-A... W_.B*rr��.   :..A. E. H. Ctark  ......Hospital.Indies' Aid   .....B. T. Bank   .v^.Jas. McCreath  Canadian Rand Drill Co.  ..' :>__&. B. Hood  Gentleman's Dresalnr Gown .Mrs. J. B. Boyl.'  Old Linen ���.........._ -.Mrs. I. Crawlord  t Box Book*... __ Mrs. B. A. W. Hodges  Cash fao A Grand Forks Friend  Dominion Copper Co- ���.Full Set Holler Tabes  Spring Cot.  Maple 8yrup~  . Rockies*  Greenwood   Liquor   Co.   ���  ' "X  We furnish the.trade all over the  Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Ggars  As wc ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make   the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  M  M  * S  M  M  M  M  * 4  M  Is acknowledged tby 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, m.C.  .NOTB���We ka�� a lew Copies or the last PIONEER ANN0AL left, price   15 cents  cack, or �� copy win be sent free to a new subscriber.  w  f  w  w  w  rANADIAN.o  ^-PACIFIC K^  of  hd.W  ti  Jas. McCteatH & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  ���Trapper.   An ex. m ^�� ����� >���        hat ,t la  lon-alcoholic in JV?i5��d glycerino taking  nonly used alcohol.  In tills connection  It  npn-aiconoiio ... .- ~~^ ^lycer|n0 taking  ^pracS'oi'lt^mon.y used a.cohof,  In Its make-up.  METHODS OF MINING  AND TIMBERING .  MIES EAST  =$60.==  Standard Time  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix,.upper town, 9.30 a.m.1  '' "        lower town, 10.00 a. m. 1  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Office, With McRae Bros., Knob Hill Ave.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  *  BV W. H. STORMS.  The only thoroughly practical and exhaustive treatise on this subject  TEACHES HOW TO TIMBER AND WORK MINES  a M<wirw> Can Understand It.  Now being published in serial in the American Mining Review, 120 No.  Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. STJBSCRIPTION  $3.00  woman^s pec. irt!Xugh druggists, all  ments, and w'".^^^ have tho un-  tho Ingredicuts or wiuca ���{>��       loadIng  *nlTW ��ri��r?*r* teachers of all the  medical ".rit-is '"��" ptic0 llnci that too  Mvoral mi^.* or practUA �� wh,  as remedlos   <>r��� we> .��� mmended  FATlttlo & of those endorsements will  P^lh!oAoUr%t D?. B. V. Pierce,  "^"���pioreo^'Pleasant Pellets core cxm-  J)rV&n Constipation is the cause of  I  SfnV'dtoDaS^^rethacansoand^  ^^^^^^^f^r^^s^rM^''n  NAMI OF COMPAMT.  L_  ' l B.C. Copper Co.���copper-   ' i Cariboo-McKIaney���gold   * I Consol. M. St 3.-��old<opper,  ((  ' I Granby Consolidated���copper,  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS  AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL.  J 3.000,000  I,aSO,00O  5,500.000  15,000,000  300^000  BHABB8.  Issued  503.000  1 ,>50,ooo  53 as*  ,135.000  ai^oo|  Par  t5  *��  $100  fioo  is  ��� FROM PHOENIX TO ���  WINNIPEG, DULUTH,  FORT WILLIAM,  ST. PAUL, SIOUX CITY  CHICAGO,   *72.50    ST. LOUIS, $67.60  NEW YORY, $108.50;  TORONTO, $94.40;  MONTREAL, $108.50;  OTTAWA, $108.50;  ST. JOHN, N.B., 4127.50;  HALIFAX, $135.50;  SYDNEY, C.B., $141.90.  Tickets on sale MAY 4 and 18, JUNE 5,  ��, 19 and 20 JULY 6, 7, 22 and  ���23.    AUGUST 6, 7, 21 and 22, 1908.  First Class Round Trip.  NINETY DAY L1M.1T.  ROUTES���These tickets are Rood via  any recognized routes in one or both  directions. To destinations east of  Chicago are good via the Great  Lakes.  For fanner information, Rates, Sleeping  Car Reservations, etc.   Apply to  John Mok, D.P.A.   C. K. MagPherson,  Nelson, B.C.    G.P. A. Winnipeg, Man.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Dominion Ave.. Near City Hall.  <���*�� PHOENIX, B. C.  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Bageage Transfer Given Prompt Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDosaald, Prop-  'pMOHB ay.  A Sh��M ol lb* P^>Oe Patronajs 3ottcM*i  Provides a Christian home tor students oi both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school work.  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course anil gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, aud the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A..B.D., Principal; or Rev. J. P. Howell. Bnraar.  *  ll  lllijllill;?1  :IM s jf)f.......  , '4ti!!v':::  lAM-hy ���.  kimx  'mtiM  wmw  i sjyt'-o ' "j ������'j'*<'- ���  ��� ��� - "A* ;  ^ ��� i It's'--  ���o:p:m":A  .pa  ���X'Tl ���,��*.";!��,  :Ali--imi  ;!$%.-&&'  ''$-V:-i:i^'  ���m-  'Wt:J.  mm  :.-^��Hi'.''.'-.V.''  j�� f ���/���:���/���:���  ��� ���%'���'���     .'��� '���' '���'."������  '%l '::i3L  ��� -.41 -  .r-A  mmmm THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  i -  if  I  5 8  'if!  ��� ft  k  fi  r*  :;i  it  H v  ��   t'  ... > *  ��� _^_     _     _ _  _   ���  OUR COPPER CORNER)  MATTKRS OK   LVIKRICST   TO   THOSE. INTKRESTED    IN   THE  COPPER   MINING    INDUSTRV  Copper aid Steel.  Recent reports from London repre  sent that in all probability copper has  touched bottom and will advance  smartly in the next sixty days, says  Mines and Mining. There are a few  open accounts, but they do not cut  much of a figure. On the other hand  consumers are holding off to see if the  market is going any lower.  One reason for this is that throughout Europe and the British Isles few  new orders are going forward for electrical work or other engineering operations. In Europe there is nothing  that points to any rapid recovery.   But  icO'ilrXKs  ooo.ooo pounds. Among these sales  the United Metals Selling Compiny  has order.- for future delivery covering  50,000,000 pounds, and independent  producers 20,000,000 and 30,000,000  pounds respectively, the entire amount  being so'd at 13 cents. The surplus  stocks, it will be seen, are exhausted  and orders are coming in ahead of production for millions of pounds. It is  believed hy conservative producers and  dealer's that copper will go to 15 cents  in the next thirty days.  The United States Steel corporation  is now operating about 58 per cent .of  its capacity with inquiry for its product  There is never a question as to  the absolute purity and health-  fnlness of food raised with  D? PRICES  later in the season, when "electrical and, steadily increasing.    The working cap  fc*^ ''WTTtiSreBlK ,,<8S5293Exv*- '-'���  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Tournal.  ���   (MDKD OWaATUBDAYB ��* THB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at raosnrx. a. c  T. ALFRED LOVE. MANAac*.  r.i.nh���� i Business office No. 14.  rciepnona / Manager's residence. So. is.  Nelson's Daily Changes.  scjsscaxrriojrs 1ST ADVANCK.  F��r Year. _..   ���lx Months     Tata* United States, per year���...���..  .. x.95  - a.50  If yoa a-e not a aabacr ber to this paper, this  to aa iDviUUoa to yon to become oae.  1���   ������ ~.l ~M "I      I  I    II       I  ���   Adsvrtfcaas; rates farnlsheo on application.  I**al notices is and $ ceaU per line.  Foar weekly Insertions constitute one month's  ���dTertsmt-.'      ' '  I908  &-  MA.Y  1908  Saa^Moa.Taea.  Wad.  The  Fr<,  Sat.  3  TO  3i  11    12  18  3S  *9  26  6  *3  20  7  14  *5  ax     23  37    28    29  9  16  23  30  Announcement was made a few days  ago that F. J. Deane had sold the  Nelson Daily News to a syndicate  composed of local men, largely Conservatives. The Daily Canadian, which  was Conservative, has been merged  with the News, and thus a strong combination is made.  [ Mr. Deane published the Daily  News for six years, and sent out whaf  is admitted by all practical newspaper  men to have been the best daily, jn a  city of same size, in Canada. It was  always an uphill job r to . make both  ends meet, and few would have cared  to have tackled the proposition for the  mere gloiy that was in it. Mr., Deane  spared no effort or expense to give the  people of the interior a daily of which  they might feel proud.  - W. G. McMorris, the new manager,  grew up with Mr. Deane on the News,  and has made good. If the chief  feature of the News is not <to be of a  political nature, with its new financial  backing it should continue, to be of the  greatest utility in the Kootenay. If it  is to be merely a  other engineering works begin to revive copper will gradually move up  and better conditions prevail.  In this country there is already seen  a wholesome revival in all branches of  business, and copper, zinc and lead  are looking up with a smile. The  effects of the recent financial flutter are  almost forgotten and normal conditions  are not far away. So far our agricultural outlook is highly promising, and  that of itself stimulates the metal  market and uusines-'in general. It is  confidently predicted that a gradual  improvement in all lines of business  will characterize the remainder of the  year, and in view of that feature the  metal markets will take on more  activity, become stronger and more  stable.  Already  there is  considerable   activity in steel, and as the season advances that condition will increase in a  marked degree.    A  large amount of  railroad building is blocked out m this  country for trie next few years and that  means    more   steel,    more    electric  powers, telephone and telegraph lines,  increased demand for copper, iron and  other metals.    In fact were it not for  iron and its products; copper and   its  products; zinc and  lead, with plenty  of silver and gold on the side, the business world, would  stop and  back to barbarism.  In the last ten days the demand for  copper has 'been so great that the metal  jumped up to 13 cents and over and  copper producing companies have sold  ahead to the extent of more than 100,-  ital of ihe great corporation is now  $240,000,000, and its annual report for  the past year, which is in the hands of  the printers, will show it to be the  greatest dividend payer of any corporation in th,�� world, not excepting the  Standard Oil Company. It is claimed  that as soon as the money is in sight  the railroads will place orders for 500,-  000 tons of steel rails a month for the  next eighteen months, or a total of  9,000,000 tons.  If ihe manipulators will give the  markets normal play the great staple  metals���silver,, copper, lead, zinc and  iron, will at all'times command a fair  price, both to the producer and consumer, and consumption will keep  pace with production the world over,  bakingpoWdef  A pure, cream of tartar powder  Its fame is world wide  No alum; no phosphate of lime  DRAYING  Tracer.   O.r.raUuo,,,^  JAMES G. McKEOWN.  TUCK .'.COLLIN'S  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral  Cor, first * Knob Hill Ave.  I'HOENIX.B. C.  I'HOENIX NEST   j.  OKDER OF OWLS.  Meets every .Thursday Kviex.'  iko, nt Miners' Union itnli.  ���:-:-��c-��K'  =0  The Copper Stiaatloa.  Managing-Director ��� Ryan, of the  Amalgamated Copper Company, has,  issued a statement, saying that a considerable change for the better has  taken place in the copper metal market. Large sales for European shipment have been made in the last few  weeks, and there is no accumulation  of copper unsold worth considering.-  Mr. Ryan expressed the hope that by  the time the increased^ production, re-  men go( suiting from the resumption of operations reaches the market���which is  about three months���the American  demand for the metal "will have increased sufficiently to ,make,up.thein-  creased production. The copper situation is undoubtedly improving,  TUB  ITU.  A.  FI.VB4r  QU\MTV  and CREAM  THE  J. w.  ��TUICTL.Y  IIA.NNA>I,  PHONK  PttlWII    KQUM  I>HOl>UlKTOU.  DSXiKS��������������^^  P. O.-Bei S��.  Pheefil* Mtrkot.  'Phone  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  DANNY DEANE, Pr.iidtn.  CHAS. E.   KING, Sccmr?.  King Ed ward Lodge. No.36  A. F. anil A.M.  Regular communication B p. in.  oml Thursday of each iiionih.  St  KmerKcnt meetings ascalle<l;Miiaoiii(  HaU, Hcllalr Block.  V.M.  SHKKBINO,  Secretary.  , KOOKRICK,  W.M.  I O. O.F.  8NOWBHOK LODOK No.,(,  Meets every Monday livening at Miners'  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  II.I  Carlton H. Cook, N. 0.  W. 8. Cook, Rec. rtec'y.  C W. WulTTAKBK.Per. Flit, decy,  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season :  AH    Orders  Receive   Prompt Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,  Eholt and  all  the other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  .   B. C. Ceppcr, Co. Resumes.  The information given out on Tues-'  day that the British Columbia Copper  company would resume  operations at  once,  was glad  tidings  to   residents  throughout the  Boundary/ and   many  *'- f.ti k'frr   -    ' ���    ;���  i   . *  smiling faces  are  beaming over the  camp fire this week. Particularity  welcome news was it to people of  Greenwood city, where mining opera-  ations have been at a standstill during  tbe past six,mohths,-rnany' men out of  .employment, and . general business  much depressed.  It was also pleasing news in Phoenix, Summit camp being close to the  city, and the resumption of the B. C."  company will probably mean the opening of the Snowshoe mine in the near  future; people  will  now be   inspired  mouthpiece' tor trie  Conservatives, it will lose half its value  and force for the upbuilding, of the  country ft might otherwise excellently  serve.  Incidentally, it is interesting to note  that the World, of Vancouver, is now  the only Liberal daily paper on. the  mainland of British Columbia. In  short, the Conservatives seem to be  securing a stronger hold than ever on  the newspapers of the province. Perhaps the coming election has something to do with it.  . Mr. Barrell Aatwera Call.  Martin Burrell, who was recently  chosen by the Yale-Cariboo Conservatives'as their candidate for the next  Dominion election, considers his un-  animous nomination a mandate. The  following letter has been received by  W. H. Johnston, president of the  Kamloops Conservative association,  from Mi. Burrell: __.  Optimistic reports come from, the  prairie provinces. Seeding is three or  four weeks earlier than, a year _ ago.  From so to 75 percent of the wheat  fields of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta^ are , ,'already. '} planted. ,^ In  different sections the increase/ in the  acreage is from ten to,one hundred  per cent., The .condition oi the ground  generally is reported as excellent.  --, With the'-provincial elections in Ontario early in June, and in . Quebec a  month or two later, and the Dominion  elections probably before' the year  closes, considerable activity is looming  up on the eastern political horizon.  1   In aAcareful examination of the new  coaches  placed   in   commission   this  with more confidence in the camp and I week oh the* Great Northern  running  into  .Phoenix,   the editor   recognizes  . , Grand Forks, B.C., April 28, 1908.  My Dear Sir,���Would you be good  enoughto express to'the;; members -of  your association, and to my friends'  throughout the district of'Kamloops  how greatiy I appreciate the kind .way  in which they have lately expressed  .themselves towards my candidature ��in  the constituency of Yale-Cariboo. I  very much desired to withdraw, from  active politics at the present time/but  so clear a call to a public duty could  not. be lightly disregarded, and I need  hardly assure ��� you that I deeply ap^  predate the honor of being so unani  mously requested - to be again the  standard bearer-.of the Conservative  party."-- Knowing;how. loyally.and enthusiastically Kamloops Conservatives  have worked in'the past I know well  that their efforts will be redoubled now  that, the evident trend.of.public opinion  throughout the Dominion is towards  the fe establishment of Conservative  government." It will be my constant  and earnest endeavor to merit the confidence'which has been reposed in me,  and I again assure you of my grateful  regards.  Yours very truly,  ' "''*'    Martin Burrell.   .  PabHc Library Daoee.  Arrangements here have been made  for a grand ball to be given under the  auspices of the public library on the  evening of Tuesday, May .rath. ' The  management are endeavoring to secure  funds to add new books to the library  and hope fo make the dance a success  financially as well as otherwise. Gentlemen's tickets'will be $r.oo,-and- ladies  attending are.-invited" to( contribute a  book to tjie circulating library.' '  Batter's PblloMabv.���XXV.  ��� Resolved^ that J haye .been.,gujlty oj  asking Tige" to'do something .thai J  wouldn't have done myself.' .Well that  is one of our inconsistencies���we ,ask  things of our friends that we wouldnjt  be'willing to do for,them. .Come let  us try to hi a'little '.more reasonable.  This world is a"pretty fine place to,live  in and we should keep up with the rest  of it by being kind and cheerful to  every one, and'too honest to ask a favor���especially a favor, we  can't return  i  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  Heidquarterg for Boundary:  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  >ee��@xsxs)��������@G��^^  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  CAPITAL S3,000,000      RESERVE FUND Si ,860.003  HEAD OFFICE - SHERBROOKE, QUE.  PHOENIX   AKHIB   NO. 1 r��8  Meets Friday cvrn  Uulou Hull.  Visiting     brothcii  always o-tlomr  I   Wkik, W. P.  IlARKV JAUKK,  W. See  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life aa*  (Jeaeral Agcal.  Accident laiarance.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  .WITH OVER SIXTV! BRANCH OFFICES IN THE  . -     -      PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  jra organ faciutikb pobskbubd by  >   ' "'       '    NO OTHER' BANK IN CANADA  FOB  Collections and Banking Business Generally  IN THAT IMPOiiTANr TlinnlTOltY  Halcyon Hot Spring:::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  AT ALL OFFICES  BRANCHES   IN  Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia,  all Over the World. ���;.  Correspondents  M     The most perfectly appointed Health  tnd Pleasure Resort in the West, with a complete system of Baths���Including Turkish snrl  Russian. Open the year round. The curatir;  properties of.Us.water* are unequaled.  For Curing; all Rheumatic. Nerroui snd Mm.  :ulsrTroublcf.���'../ - :���     <": ��� ;'  For Heatti:e; all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  tilraeuts.  For KllmlustinK all MctxttltPoisaus from th  4yatem ��� ������...  -The grandeur ol -.he scenery Is unrivsllrd  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterU1U  xuitlng.yachtins;, fishing, shooting. cxcutiIi ut  tennis.    Its winter climate   is oiuurMotw (ut  -nlldn.  Ke��RY rlcIWTOSH  a general stimulus  result  to  business should  Although this announcement from  the B. C. Copper, company, has been  looked for for some weeks, it was realized, however, that the low price of  copper leaves but little chance for a  margin for shareholders of the company. The clearing of expenses is  about all the company will look for until there is a rise in the price of the red  metal.  D. J. A4athesSon  Srieurance agent  UDEUTY  BONDS.       �������_M��>��.n__Ma_, piATE   GLASS  COVIVlMeiO.VKtt    FOB    TAKING-AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX.   B.C.  them as the identical pair ordered by  the Pioneer, through Uncle Jim, somel  weeks ago.  THE  TORTUBES  OF  BILIOUSNESS  There is no need to suffer the  tortures of biliousness. Mother  Seigel's Syrup will cure yoa���  must cure you���because it re-  storesyour liver to heal thy action.  Headaches, dizziness, sickness,  indigestion, all disappear when  Mother Seigel's Syrup is used.  Try it.  ABE  ENDED  BY  MOTHER  SEIGEL'S  JeT���rr.������,   SYEUP.  Price Go rent�� per bottle.  A. ). White & Co. Ltd.. Montreal. I  Sold  The fJrsobv Consolidated.  Stevens' "Copper  Handbook" is an  annual  volume  whose appearance is  welcomed   by   copper    workers   the  world over.    As the work of one man,  it is a monument of industry and intelligent discrimination.    It is reliable  and comprehensive.    Of dubious  enterprises it expresses its ' opinion  unhesitatingly.    Hence it  is of extraor-  '>nary value to the investor.  It is pleasant to  read Mr.  Stevens'  arm  praise  of a   Canadian   copper  ���oncem.    In   concluding   a   detailed  lescription of the Granby Consolidated I  Mining & Smelting  Company's mines] J  ind   works  at   Phoenix   and   Giand  Forks, B. C, Mr. Stevens speaks thus  ���<f the company's execution:  "Both mine and smelter have   been  brought to a high state  of efficiency,  md  the  cost  sheet is one of which  my directorate  well might   be proud.  The Granby is one .of the few copper  I properties of the  world  of which  a  careful investigation leads  to the  ver-  (ict that there is nearly  everything to  ornmend,  and  scarcely anything  to  criticise." ���  Mr. Stevens' praise is  worth some-  iliing���Canadian Mining Journal.  TOE1X DAIRY  [W,;;A. McKAY & SQNS, Props.  Visest^lns Puiuorr  MILK   AND  CRRAM  1>BMVS��IB1>    PAJZ.Y TO   ANY  PAirr'or phoicnxk.  GrvTt Us A Tbiax.  Satmvxotioi* Gvabawtred  Paper=Type-Ink We c��?-fiiraish any  fT*     * J JKW   *����"^    combination   oi  The Phoenix  these three in our up-  to-date "Job Department  A merchant with a big store, ajbigjstpck of goods, clerks  and equipment, 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 meter put in  and.the gas turned on, "because of tlie expense."    In.both  I PHOENIX    BEER  instances costly equipment will give poor results.  The cuticle covering the human anatomy is entirely renewed every few years���not a particle .of the old~skiu remaining.     A  store  undergoes   this  chenge  every  few weeks  or  \Vill relieve that  will surprise you.  With what is acknowled,  equipped Brewing Plant in  we furnish a really delectable article"  tired feeling so quickly that it  ed  to ; be   the   best  the Boundary by far,  months, according to the advertising enterprise of its owners.  The progressive store of today is completely  compared  Ask for our Bottled  Plioenix Brewing Compaay  ���mtia.-a Xr snmc  r>  *'    ,���.-���*.  Office aii'l''r$rewerv,  BINER & SONS. Props  Banner St.  We havo the only ICE MAKING MACHINE In tho Boundary  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New Edllon Isiusd March, 1908. j  SIZE: Octivo.  PAGES:  1228.  CHAPTERS:   25.  ���SCOPE: The  Copper   Industry of  the World.  COVERING: Copper History, Geology, Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining, Milling, Le.icliing,  Smelting, Refining, Brands. Grades,  Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts,  States, Countries and 'Continents,  Mines in:Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports,  Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is conccd-  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 Miries.  THE METALLURGIST needs the  book for the facts it gives him regarding copper milling, leachinn, smelting  and refining.  THE COPPER GONSUMKK  needs the book for every chapier it  contains. It tells what, and explains  how and why.  THE INTESTOR   IN  COPPER  SHARES cannot afford to be without  it.     The   Copper   Handbook    gives  statistics and general .information on  one hand, with thousands of detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering  the   copper   mines of  the entire  world, and the 40 pages of condensed  statistical tables alone are worth  more  than the price of the book to each and  every owner of copper mining shares.  PRICE:   $5.00  in   buckram   with  gilt   top,   or   $7.50   in   full    library  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,  f:  1

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