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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 1, 1906

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Array [fuse, mm im ��%m  Is the Only One that will burn at Uniform  speed. Comparison with other makes invited.  Maple Leaf Fuse is manufactured by the  oldest and largest makers in the world. Ab'  solutely Water Proof.    ..    ���.   Skvknth Ykar.  AND  'Bti$)Wft&&P MINING JOURNAL.  ���-^^^TQffiA, n'rj&L  FIISF  BLUE 1AML DOUME  Ts Reliable for all ordinaiy work. Equal in  quality toothers 'Manufactured by the oldest ������  and largest makers in the world, and originat-,  or3 of Safety Fuse.  C. D. GOEPEU Sok Agent, Nelson, B. C.     |  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER i, 1906.  No.   41  THE BIG STORE  V  ^  *i  Ftuii iot  Preserving  The fruit season is now at its best.  We are receiving daily fresh shipments  of Peaches, Pears, Plums, Apples, Grapes,  Cantaloupes, Watermelons and Tomatoes.  You cannot make a mistake by putting up your winter supply  now.  We have just opened up a direct  shipment of Heinz goods. Sweet Pickles,  Dill Pickles, Bulk Olives, Poik & Beans,  India Relish, Mandala Sauce, Mustard  Dressing and  Chowchow.  These .goods aie the best that money  can buy.  Have   Yoti    Tried  Mapleine?  1  1  ���  1  1  ���  i  a  1  )  j| a strictly first class machine,  fine polished quartered oak  table. Drop head, patent chain  lift.  Ten    Yea*     Guarantee  only  KILLED BY  2,000 VOLTS  R.  Mclnnis Electrocuted  Thursday.  Oh  Boundary Mining Notes  Just as He Was Proceeding to  Dine.  Ooooooo^M  Thursday noon, just as the whistle  blew, Ronald Mclnnis, a carpenter  helper employed by the Granby Consolidated, was electrocuted by touching a live wire, at a point about 150  feet in front of Foreman Steve Swan-  son's house. The wire carried 2,000  volts, and death musthave been instan  taneous.  Mclnnis had been working on the  excavations for the new ore bins, that  will be fed from the Victora shaft, and  he had started for the Granby boarding  house for dinner. Near where he  worked three heavy copper wires were  tied to ��� the bottom of a pole, being  part of a new line being built in that  locality. The pole also caried live  wires, and the new wires were kept  dead by a guy rope holding them from  the live wires.  . As Mclnnis was oh his way to' dinner, 200 yards distant, he stepped into  the bushes at one side of the short  trail, and as he did so grasped the  wires. Then evidently his face touched  them and instantly he reeled and'fell,  dying instantly. Some of the workmen  had discoveied that the wires were  alive previously, and warned Mclnnis  of that tact, but he doubtless forgot it,  supposing the wires to be dead; as they  had been. Foreman Swanson phoned  for medical help at once, but Mclnnis was beyond human aid. The  current almost cooked his feet where  it ran into the ground, and burned his  neck badly. '  Deceased was a man of between 35  and 40 years of age, and had been employed at the Granby mines only since  June 15th last. He was a native'of  Nova Scolia, leaving a widow and six  children at Antigonish, in that province.  ..Jury Blames Granby Co.  ��� Yesterday, Coroner A. -S.-Black," of  Greenwood, empannelled a. jury, and  held an inquest to inquire* into' the  cause of the death of Mclnnis.' David  Whiteside, solicitor, of Grand Forks,  was present. Four witnesses were examined, three being fellow workmen and the fourth was Ab. Hillier,  electrician of the Granby Co., who had  charge of the wires.  The first three witnesses were John  F. Hill, Edmund Goodwin and' William Percival, employed with deceased'  in 'the excavation. Their testimony  related in detail how the fatility , happened. The wires that did the damage ran along the ground from a pole  some distance away, and near where  they were employed. That day Percival said he believed the wires were  alive. They had all been in the habit  of going into the bushes where the unfortunate man met his death. Deceased was found by Goodwin, who  heard him fall in the bushes, and  shouted to his comrades, "My God,  boys, Mac is dead."  Ab'. Hillier, electrician for the Granby Co. for four years, testified that  he  was in charge of the  wires,   and   that  he had fastened them where they   are,  placing the guy rope and tying  it   fast  to a stump, to keep   the  cables   from  tbe live wires; examined the rope every  day; when ihe accident   happened   he  was called and was on the scene   three  minutes   afterwards;  saw   dead   man,  and     rushed      to    ascertain     cause;  found  guy   rope   slack   and   swinging  against city pump line,   and   with   Dr.  Boucher's huip pulled it taut   to   break  connections; did not consider wires   in  a dangerous position; rope   could   not  be untied by anything running  into it;  weather  could   stretch   rope   but  not  enough for   wires   to   come   together;  knot was untied when he   went   there  after  accident; wind could  not   bring  wires together if rope was tied.  Verdict ot Jurv.  We, the undersigned jurymen, summoned   to   inquire   into   the death of  Ronald Mclnnis, find that be came to  bis death by coming   in   contact   with  a live wire, said   wire supposed to  be  dead, but which had  become  charged  through   failure   on ;the   part  of   the  Granby company to take the necessary  precautions to   prevent   this   wire   becoming alive.     And we further recommend that these cables  spoken   of in  the evidence be secured in such a manner that even should they become alive  they would not endanger life.  Cokoskk,  A. S. Black,  Foreman,   J.-F.   Jonks,  K. P.- Shka,  R. D. Mitcheu.,  Wai.tk.k Morrison,  ��� John Tirisii,  G.. McFachern.  Up to the time of   going   to   press,  last night   with   the   Pioneer, arrangements   had   not   been    made  for the  funeral.  The Granby's Victoria shaft is now  down about 70 feet:  The main shaft on the Crescent,  which is now down about 142 feet,  will be continued to the 200 foot-level.  This week the Providence mine has  190 tons to its shipping credit, the  largest for any one week for several  months. ';'���  A good showing has been made oa  the Eureka, a high grade property near  Greenwood, on which work was started  a few weeks ago.  The Prince Henry will shortly ship  another ear of ore, a good quality of  ore now being taken out of the drift  .in this property.  High values are, still maintained in  the drift on the Strathmore, which is  in about 115 feet. Some 50 tons of  ore are now ready for shipment to the  smelter.  According to an eastern report, the  Dominion Copper Co. earned $32,000  net for the mouth of July, bringing total net for nine months to approximately $232,000.  A first payment of $3,000 has been  made by the Dominion Copper Co. on  its bond on the Gloucester group in  Franklin camp, on which development  is now progressing.  T. H. Rea, manager of the Betts  and Hesperus, has signed a contract  with the Diamond Drill Contracting  Co., of Spokane, for another thousand  feet of diamond drill work.  It is'reported that the New York  capitalists that lately took a bond on  the Wolford group of claims on.Fourth  of July creek, will shortly inaugurate a  vigorous development programme.  George VV. Cornish, of Greenwood,  who is preparing an ore exhibit from  the Boundary for the Nelson and Spokane fairs, reports meeting with considerable encouragement from the upper  part of the Boundary.  It has been decided to have the  Great Nortdern"' tracks extended to  the Victoria shaft of the Granby Co.,  directly below the C. P. R. tracks, instead of around the hill, as at first  proposed. Excavations, were started  this week for the foundations for ."the  ore" bins referred to.    "  It is expected that development on  the Capital Prize, adjdining the Helen,  will be started some time this month.  The claim is under bond from Johnson and KetTer to G. W. Cornish, and  eastern capitalists are expected here  shortly. When started, the first work  will be to sink a 200-foot shaft.  The water is now finally all out of  the lower workings of the Snowshoe  mine, and would have been out sooner but for the pump that was under  water getting out of working order after starting. Ore shipments from the  Snowshoe will likely be increased  shortly to 2150 tons daily.  When the new Victoria shaft is completed and in operation at the Granby  mines, it is more than likely that an  electric haulage system will be installed at the 400-foot level of the properties, this ore all being raised to the  surface in the five-ton balanced skips  through the Victoria shaft.  LABOR DAY  CELEBRATION  And Picnic  for  Next  day.  Mon-  CITY COUNCIL  DONATES $75.00  Full Programme as Prepared  by. Committee.  Theo. T. Mueller, in charge of development at the Crescent fraction of  the Lake group, in Skylark camp, was  in town yesterday. He states that the  shaft is now down 82 feet, and is sinking at the rate of 14 inches daily. He  is taking out the ore as development  proceeds, tests of the ore showing that  it goes Si7 oa. silver and l/i oz. gold,  or $537.44 per ton It is the intention to shortly begin the driving of a  long tunnel, which will give a depth of  some 350 feet, and will pick up the  ore when driven about 200 feet. The  shaft will be continued to the 100-fool  level before drifting is commenced.  Several of the officers of the company  are expected in the Boundary some  time in September.  Arthur W. Haley, C.P.R. agent, returned yesterday from his vacation,  spent on Lake Coeur d'Alene.   '  Important Busiaes* Cbsage.  Chas. D. Hunter returned from  Grand Forks on Wednesday, where he  had just closed the final details of the  sale of the Hunter Kendrick Co.,  stock, in that place. The stock is taken by Hunter Brothers, ol Rossland.  James Hunter, of Rossland, sold his  interest in the Hunter-Kendiick Co.,  Ltd., and with Robert Hnnter bought  the Grand Forks stock of the company. On the other hand, Charles D.  Hunter and William T. Hunter, of the  company, while they have disposed of  the Grand Forks stock of perhaps $6o,-  000, are now almost the sole owners  of the stores of the company in Greenwood and Phoenix. Norman L. Mclnnis, of Nelson, who was formerly  with Hunter Brothers, will be in charge  of the Grand Forks Store, which will  be conducted as the N. L. Mclnnis  & Co., Ltd. According to the  new arrangement, Charles 1). Hunter will hereafter he relieved of the  weekly trips to Grand Forks, wl ich he  has been making for some months  past, and will concentrate his efforts  on the Phoenix business, which has  been steadily increasiug.  Following is the programme :  Parade of labor organizations leaves  Miners' .Union hall at 10 a. m.j music  by Phoenix Fire Brigade Band; John  Mclver marshal.  Labor Day Oration at picnic grounds  by H. L. Hughes, editor Libor World,  Spokane, i��'-4S.  Luncheon, 12 m.  100 yards dash,   1 p. in.���1st prize  $10, 2d $5.  Boys' race, under 15, 1:15 p. m.���  1st prize $3, 2d $1.50.  Men's sack race, 1:30 p. m.��� 1st  prize $3, 2d $1.50.  Girls' sack race, under 16, 1:45 p, m.  ���ast prize $3, 2d $1.50.  Putting shot, 2 p. m.���tst prize $3,  2d $1.50.  Four-round boxing contest, 2:30 p.m.  Boys' obstacle race, under 16, 3 p.m.  ���is prize $2, 2d $1.  Ladies' egg and spoon race, 3:15 p.  ra.���1st prize $3, ad $1:50.  Standing braod jump, 3:30 p.m.���1st  prize $3, 2d $1.50.  Standing high jump, 3:45 p. m.���  ist prize $3, 2d $1.50. .  Running, hop, skip and jump, 4 p.  m.���1st prize $3, 2d $1^50.  Pole vaulting, 4:15 p. m.���1st prize  $3, 2d $1.50.  Running high jump, 4:30 p. m.���  rst prize $3, 2d $1.50.  Tug of war between teams representing Granby, Dominion Copper Co. -  and Snowshoe, 4:45 p. m.���$5.  Quoit throwing contest, 5 p. m.���  ist prize $3, 2d $1.50.  Ladies' popularity contest, for prizes  valued at $50���tickets 10 cents, polls  close at 11 p. m.  Aunt Sally, and other games.  Dancing at pavilion during afternoon.  Grand ball at Miners' Union hall in  evenmgr tickets, good'at*- pavilion ami  ball, $1.50.  J. A. McKihiion, floor manager.  Grand march at 9 p. m.  COMMITTEES.  Executive and Finance���W. L. McDonald, J. Mclnnis, D. W. McKenzie,  F. L. Clark, Chas. Halsey, Alex Mc-  Pherson.  Entertainment ��� Ira McCoid, D.  Matheson, C. Woodside, J. F. Jones,  Walter Cook, W. McBeth, R. Mitchell,  E. Larson, Martin Gillis.  Grounds and Sports���Joseph Thornton, M. C. Wade, C. Cook, D. Speare,  D. Page, P. Millett, F. Knott, H. Martin A. Webster, J. Berry.  Refreshments ��� John Cassidy, J.  Black, XV. O'Brien, H. Reid, W. Ingram, J. Mclver, F. Millett, Mrs. McLean, Miss Esther Swanson, Mrs. J.  Black, Mrs. Connolly, Mrs. W. Cook,  Mrs. F. McDougall, .  For Boundary Exhibit at Nelson and Spokane.  At Wednesday's meeting of the city  council there were present, Mayor  Rumberger and Aldermen Brown,  Marshall, Oxley and Kane:: A .letter  was read from T. Biner, proprietor of  the Phoenix brewery, asking that Twin  creek be properly flnmed for a short  distance on his property, as he wished  to make .some improvements. The  board of works was given authority to  attend to the matter.  Mayor Rumberger announced that  there was one case of typhoid fever in  the citv, and that he had asked Dr.  Gordon to ascertain the cause. The  physician's letter was read, to the effect  that it wai caused by drinking from the  spring back of the residence of George  lilkins, near the Bellevue hotel��� ;-.  spring that has been used a great deal  for drinking water. Attached to the  doctor's letter was an account for $25.  The council ordered the police to  put up a sign at the spring warning all  that it was not safe to use the water,  and also a notice inserted in the Phoe  nix Pioneer, cautioning everyone to  boil all drinking water, etc.  The council considered the matter  of making a donation to G. XV. Cornish (or the purpose of getting up a  representative mineral exhibit from  the Boundary for the Nelson and Spokane fairs, and decided to grant $75  for this purpose.  A committee from the Miners'  Union was allowed to address the  council, asking that no permit be granted for a prize fight on Labor day, as it  would detract from the orderly, celebration intended to be held. The  committee was informed that the council had-no power to grant such permits, but that if anything of the kind  was going on the police magistrate was  the proper official to consult with in  the matter.  Bills were presented amounting to  $70 for labor on the Dominion avenue  sidewalk and $12.50 to the Pioneer  Pub. Co., and ordered paid.  ! ^.^Ki^*^5Library^ti^^|  For  $1,800,000 NET  the Fiscal Year  Ending  June  30,  \ 906.  Produced Almost   25,000,000  Pounds of Copper.  A late report from Boston states  that stockholders of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power  Co. will receive with their September  dividend checks notice of the company's annual meeting to be held in  New York on Oct. 2.  The company's fiscal year ended  June 30, and during that period net  earnings were between $1,800,000 and  $1,900,000. Copper production was  just under 25,000,000 pounds.  At present the company is treating  about 2300 tons daily, but around  Nov. 1, with the completion of new  furnace equipment, tli'is amount will  be increased to over 3,000 tons daily.  Next year's production is expected to  show a still futher material increase,  and a director is of the opinion that  the production will be eventually increased to considerably over the 50,-  000,000 pounds mark.  The shares of the company are now'  in   the   hands   of between   2500 and  3000 persons, as compared wi h about  900 in   December,   1903,   the time of  the first dividend payment.  GOVERNOR-GENERAL  TO BE IN PHOENIX  for  Next Tuesday Date   Set  His Coming.  During his tour of the west Earl  Grey will speud nearly a month in  British Columbia, and the greater part  of that time he will be on the coast.  A trip up the coast on the inside passage  from Victoria has been arranged for  his excellency. He will be absent on  his trip for a week.  Next week Tuesday the governor-  general will leave Rossland at 7:30 a.  m., arriving at Greenwood at 2:28 p.  m. At Greenwood Earl Gray and his  party will take carriages and drive up  the hill to Phoenix, and after a brief  stop, on to Grand Forks, where the  train will be taken again, and thus to  coast.  Boundary Side Lights  Work is under way on the new  bridge across the Kettle river at Midway.  Curlew lake is said to be turning  into a body of stagnant water, and to  be too muddy for trout.  The appeal from the fuil court of  British ��� Columbia, in the log scaling  case of Lequime vs. Brown has been  refused at Ottawa, the time limit for  taking appeal having expired.  Mr;-Cowperthwaite, of,: -Mpncton,  N. B., not being able to accept the appointment as principal of the Grand  Forks high school, R.D.Fulierton, of  Sackville, N. S., was given the appointment.  Last Saturday the ratepayers of  Grand Forks had a chance to vote on  whether they would add $4,000 to the  $207,000 debenture indebtedness of  the city, for the purpose of building  another bridge across Kettle river. The  vote stood, in favor, SS: against, 56;  rejected ballots, 6; total 150. As it  required a majority of three-fifths to  carry, it has been a question as to  whether it did carry legally. A. C.  Sutton rendered a legal opinion that  it did carry.  Misers' Electlea Today.  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8 will  hold its semi-annual election today; the  list of nominees is as follows:  For president, W. J. Louttit; for  vice-president, John Mclver; for financial secretary, \Val.terJ\Iorrison, W. L.  McDonald, W. A. Pickard; for recording secretary, Carlton" H. Cock; for  treasurer Hugh Reid; for assistant recording secretary, David Speare, Leslie  Walters; for conductor; Neil McBeth;  for warden, Harry Welsh, Walter Cook,  J. W. Barry. The installation of the  new officers will occur the first meeting in October.  The Labor Day committee regrets  to announce that Miss Emma Walleen  has withdrawn from the popularity contest.  Miss Gigot and Mr. Gigot, of Nelson, were visiting their brother, Albert  Gigot, of the Cascade sub-station here,  this week.  Lumber is at last being delivered on  the ground for the new building to be  erected by P. Burns & Co., corner  First street and Victoria avenue.  The case brought by A. M. Harris  against the Thomas Drug Co. and A.  E. Thomas, was heard Monday by  Police Magistrate Williams and dismissed. One against C. M. Crouse,  of Midway, was heard by W. G. Mc-  Mynn, stipendiary magistrate, and also  dismissed.  E. A. Black, the jeweler, has made  arrangements with Dr. Mecklenberg,  the eminent oculist optician and eye  specialist, of Calvary, Canada, to be at  his Btore Sept. 8-11, '06. Spectacles  and eye glasses made to suit the most  difficult cases, no matter who has failed.  Our prices arc reasonable, and satisfaction guaranteed.  Latest Prtseii la Metal*.  Nkw Yoiik���Copper, electrolytic, $18.  37^��$18.50; lake. *18.G2@ $18.75  Bar shiver,  ti6%  Lmmi, 16.76 to W.80.  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  .name or eOVI'ANV.  DIVIDENDS.  I  *K                                                                Issued  ii   IJ Cariboo-McKinney���gold  $ 1,250,000 1,750,000  i ^ Granby Consolidated���copper. 15,000,000 1.350,000  Providence���silver  300,000 40,000  CAPITAL.  I  Paid  1906  *>  *io  $M 0,000  Total   I  to Date!  Latest  Date  Ain't  Per  Shine  '.516,837 j Kcb. 1904 j  1 t  May, 1906;  Oct.. 1904 j  913. "3��  33,124  t  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Tlie following table gives the ore shipments of Boundarr  mines   lor 1900,  1903. for 1903, for 1004, for 1905, and 100S, a* reported to the Phoenix Pioneer -  Sei'T.   I,  '06 '  Camp.   Phoenix   Phoenix  1900  64.S53  397  Mink.  Granby Miues....  Suowsnoc   B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode ^..Deadwood  Bonnie Belle. Deadwood  Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem wndr..Phoeuix  Idaho Phoenix  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Kose Summit  AthelstHn-Jackpot.. We tlngm.  Morrison Deudwood  B. C. Mine Summit  R.flell , Summit  Kratua Summit  j k Oro Denoro Summit  , Senator Summit  ��� Brey Pogle Summit  tNo. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King Summit  $ Winnipeg Wellington  0 Golden Crown Wellington  A King Solomon W. Copper  T Big Copper W. Copper  X No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paiim White's  Jewel Long Lake  Carmi West Kork  Sally -West l-'ork  Kambler  -.West Voik  Butcher Boy West Fork  Providence providence  Klkhora Provideuce  Stxatnmoie Providence  Preston ..Skylark  Prince Henry Skylark  Skylark Skylark  Last Chance Skylark  B. P. V. Mine Skylark  Bay  Skylark  Mavis Skylark  Don Pedro .Skylark  Creaceut Skylark  Helen  Greenwood  Ruby Boundary Valla  Republic Boundary l'ulls  Miscellaneous      i,'3��  Total, tons    96,600  , Smelter treatment���  Granby Co.....    6>.3��7  B. C.CopperCo  -  Dominion Copper Co   Total rsductd...���   fr3.3&?  1901 1903  331,762 .309,8s?  1.731       JO.Sjo  t90J  393.7 is  71.213  1904  S4'.>.7��3  i��)s        1906  653AV. =''.-.<;-':.i        3,054  for 1901, for i  w  5.340     99.034    ��� 41,3'��    1 J'*."7"   174.291*    1;  1.507   ::,}69  "So'i  .H.J50  3.u;u  3.-=51  1.759  4.5��6  55-73'  IS.10?  7.455  15.731  j."56  4.747  SS"  5.64��  3339  1'J.joj  IS"  14. -in  500  ��.S3��  19.414  ��7.<->5  650  22,937  ���5.537  303  10,400  3.45"  222  364  ii  3.137  '.'33  1,040  7*5  6*5  2,435  S3  I.076  ' J  875  665  2,000  3V  482     I60  3,060  890  .10  79  145     319  993  400  730  .125  I 0  20  '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.  107  53  5��  300  SJ5  6S9  255  1Q  40  90  So  80  00  20  ���  S-'o ^  ���    $  12U  A  lt>,JvC  6,404  3.(5*  325  51*0  750  5"��  390.800  5&S.ri7C  090.4I)  829,SoS  933-M*  330,8;5  si.  .40  401,931  596,25.:  6��7.CfSH  117.O"  li.H *H>0  162.913  210.l.->4  -'li-.^ :j  132.570  .P.9.W  14a'.'"  J4*r��''  (be ,940  697,4.14  837,016  ^82.^77  l\ ���'M  4  I\ *'4>  _Jsm��  rjWJ"S3!TT-  .fell  w  BKsfti  Ft  p  ill  lif  iff!  Ik  3E  r*  i'riE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  mrnnm  BF  TEA, all things considered, is  the most wholesome beyer-  age you can take; but you  ought to be sure it is  -o  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  CftaUKO on SATUKD4VS ��V  I'M*  PlONKBBPL'JiLlSlUN�� CO.  ��T rBOKKUC. B. C.  \N. B. WILLCOX. Managcw.  , ,     . ���      I kuainesa olfice No. 14. ,  Telrphonu j Uuwt.T; realdence. No. ij.  ���OMCftimoNH in abvanck.  Par Year ���.��� *'����  ���is Months  ��������  Uvou��renot��aubacr ber to this paper,.this  ia an inrltatlon to you to become one.  Arlrertlaina; ratea lurnulieu on application.  teHal notice* 10 and 5 cent* per Hue  Four weekly Inaertlona conatitute one month'!  c trait aln(.  1906      SEPT.  1906  , Sis. ������*. Tuts. MM.   Tiu.  ft..  Sat.  ' -"y'           . ��� - ���    ........'j.  1  2      3    4      5      6  7  S  9     10  11     12     13  14  '5  l6       I718       19      20  21  22  23      24   25       26       27  28  29  30  Those seismic disturbances . on a  large scale are growing more and more  frequent. We should be thankful that  they do not seem to take kindly to a  northern climate���as yet.  Shares in the three large Boundary  copper producers are steadily increasing  in price in New York and Boston, and  some predict an even greater increase  in the next three or four months.  the Colonist the manging director vig  orously asserts that there is no truth  whatever in the story.  Did any one notice this end of the  earth tipping up appreciably last Thurs-  jday? If so, it may be attribu ted to  the fact that Wm. J. Bryan arrived at  New York from his much heralded  trip around the world, and was received  with one acclaim by a special committee of citizens. The former apostle  of free silver is generally conceded to  be the logical nominee en the Democratic ticket for the presidency, and  that fact is making the Republicans  take considerable notice, as the Bryan  boom steadily gathers momentum.  Press dispatches credit Sir William  Van Home, chairman pf the board of  directors of the C. P. R., with saying  that, for every mile of railway James  J. Hill builds in C. P. R. territory, so  called, the latter would construct two  miles in Mr. Hill's territory, so called.  As Mr. Hill has announced Severn 1  new lines for heretofore C. P. R. preserves, there is every chance of there  being some gaiety among the railway  builders in the Northwest. And the  country-will receive the benefit of a  competitive service if hot of rates.  . Oatrs(coas Pcitoffice Ceadltions.  The more the mail service is looked  into, the worse its condition becomes.  It's simply ��� outrageous the " way the  mails are handled in this country. We  were told by a prominent citizen the  other day that three letters sent to Bat-  tleford, Sask., took 14, 11 and 8 days  reach that point. , One could almost  get a letter to England in'."that time  Alberta should send a bomb down to  Ottawa and have it set off in the post  office department, in order to awaken  the officials to the .conditions in the  west.���Lethbridge Herald.  B. C MINING  . o  Rossland ore shipments last week  were 4,719,;it>ns',* or ��� 310,886 tons thus  far..fnr'the year.'  ��� ��� *        '  Last week Boundary and Kootenay  mines produced 30,207 tons of ore,  making a total for this year of 1,076,-  479 tons.  The showing at the British Empire  mines, near Vernon, which are being  develped by D. R. Young, is reported  to be steadily improving.  D. C. Corbin, of Spokane.-has sold  the Iron Mask mine, Rossland, to the  Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.  of Canada, and it will be operated  through the War Eagle workings. The  lion Mask is one of the best known  properties in Rossland camp, having  had some 7,000 feet of development  work done. While the veins are not  'arge, they are said to run from $30 to  $40 per ton. The sale was made for  cash.  NEW ORE EXHIBITS  AT SPOKANE FAIR  Old     Campsf^Miakc    Better  vi>  WAS A VERY SICK "BOY  Over in Alberta they are" "kicking"  most vigorously over the rotten mail  service afforded. But what else can  be expected when the Laurier government is endeavoring to make money  out of the postoffice department ?  Cuba got along for a long time without a revolution on its hands, but it  Seems to have the real thing now, and  wishes Uncle Sam to give it a lift.  There is an impression abroad that  this will mean annexation to the United States.  The Pioneer wants clean white cot-  ten rags, and will pay a good price for  them .   Don't be backward about com  ing forward with them to the.Pioneer.  The laxative effect of Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablet? is so agree  able and so natural you can hardly  realize that it is produced by a medicine. These tablets also cure indiges  tion and biliousness.: Price 25'cents.  Samples free at J. B. Boyle's drug store.  But Cured   by Chsmberloln's   Colic, Cholera  Diarrhoea   Rereedj,  " When my boy was two years old  he had a very severe attack of bowel  complaint, but by the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy we brought out all right," says  Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Michigan.  This remedy can be depended upon in  the most severe cases. Even cholera  infantum is cured by it. Follow the  plain printed directions and a cure is  certain.    For sale by all druggists.  Tbe Roosevelt Misspell!at Decree.  So we are to have Federal regulation of English spelling by executive  decree ! It was bound to come. Having regulated Motherhood, the Beef  Trust, railroad rates, football, the size  of private fortunes, wife-beaters, South  America, teaching, race suicide, the  labels on food cans, the republican  party and muck-rakers, there absolutely was not another thing in sight for  President Roosevelt to do. Time was  hanging heavy on his hands, . so he  threw the dictionaries overboard.���  N. Y. World.     ,   .  CstJiila's   tirswlb.  . A complete statement of the Dominion's finances for the year is not  yet at hand' but the indications are that  the revenues of $78,000,000 will surpass total expenditures by nearly $10,-  000,000. It is estimated that Canada  is now producing about $650,000,000  worth of manufactured goods annually,  and that some 84 per cent of those  goods is consumed at home. Within  tlie next few years some 10,000 miles  of railways will be added to the systems, and will open millions of acres  of fruitful lands to settlement and  cultivation.  In less than ten years Canadian commerce should reach the billion dollar  mark.  Cominf Events.  Labor Day, Cranbrook, Monday,  September 3rd.  Nelson Fair, September 19, 20 and  2 1.  Spokane Interstate Fair, September  24 to October (>.  New Westminster Fair, October 2d  to r">th.  PROVINCIAL.  Subscribe to  and be happy.  the   Phoenix   Pioneer  As is usually the case, the business  men and citizens of Phoenix have decided to show every possible.courtesy  to the 125 delegates of the Spokane  Chamber of Commerce, who will be  here September 12th on an excursion.  It is money well spent, and the visitors will have their eyes opened in  this camp.  The Bank of Hamilton has opened  a branch in Salmon Arm.  The Home Bank of Canada has  opened a branch in Femie.  Nelson's municipally conducted slreet  railway is now making a little money.  Kootenay fruit growers are reconsidering their recent pro-Chinese agitation.  Earl Grey, governor-general of Canada, and Lady Grey, will be in the  Kootenays next week, en route to the  coast.  ,',    Forty cents, the record price in sal-  imon fishing on   the   Fraser, was paid  there for these fish recent I v.  As a dressing for sores, bruises and  burns, Chamberlain's Salve is all that  can be desired. It is soothing and  healing in its effects. Price 25 cents.  For sale by J. B. Boyle, druggist.  ��� J' Displays.  Word comes that a good mining exhibit will be seen at the Spokane-Interstate fair this year, whjch._.opens September 24. Robr>H.jCo"sgrove; manager 0/ the fair, has preserved all the  exhibit': which have been gathered  during the last two or three years, and  this in itself makes a good display of  the mineral resources cf the Pacific  northwest. Besides these, howeve/  many camps are sending in new specimens which will freshen up their displays and show the latest developments  of their mines and the new discoveries.  George William Cornish, of Greenwood, is" preparing entire new exhibits  of tbe big mines of the Boundary country, which will be shipped to ihe fair  this year. The Boundary in the past  has had some of the best ore ever seen  at Spokane.  Many new exhibits will be made by  the mines of the Coeur d'Alenes. This  district has been forging ahead witl  great rapidity during the past y.ar and  the mining men believe that while in  the past they have had representative  showings of their properties at the Spokane fairs, it is quite necessary that  these be added to in order to properly  represent the mines of this now famous  section. It is the desire of the management of the fair that all the districts  in the Pacific northwest follow the example of the Coeur d'Alenes and the  Boundary, and strengthen their displays at the fair, which lasts two weeks  this year, instead of one, and will be a  greater benefit to all miners who ex.  hibit. Several new camps and discov  eries wili make a showing for the first  time.  The Summer Widower.  . In view of the fact that the wiv-js of  so many Phoenix business men are  away this summer, the following lines  from the Hedley Gazette may be appreciated :  If you see him, lean and lonesome,  Loafing sad around town,  Nervous, fidgety and moansome,  Acting like a silly clown,  If you hear him sigh and mention  That each moment seems a day���  Let us call to your attention  That the poor man's wife's away.  ��� If you want the best and  ....latest in the line of....  Mint  Printing  Remember that no ofEce in the Boundary  or elsewhere can give you better satisfaction than the JOB DEPARTMENT of the  PHOENIX PIONEER  NEAT  CLEAN   .. .  ATTRACTIVE  PRINTING  That is the kind that pays  That is the kind you want  That is the kind   WE DO  DROP   IX  AND   SEE  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats.  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season.  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood. Grand Forks, Midway,   Eholt and  all   tlie  other  principle Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters: Headquarters for Boundary:  ��� NELSON, B.C. GREENWOOD, B.C.  I ^ood Stage Line  Leave Phoenix    -     9.30 a. m. "I  Leave Greenwood      ��.-2>o p. m  -J  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  J. S- McCAGUE, Proprietor. |  G*��*LBr;  , Kh**  PIONEER PUB CO.  -   -    PHOENIX, ��. C.  Special tft  Rates  Gte&t Northern Railway  will sell round trip tickets from Phoeniv to  St.   Paul  and   Minneapolis  fo* $55.10  ial   Return   Limit October 31.  I. H. IIaLLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notiary 'Pi'���   .  C'ihl�� ArtdreM :       HA1.LHTT.' ' '"  < Bedfoiri M'Neil't  Codes ' Moiclng Sc Nr.nV*  \ l.eiber's.  GllKENtUiOii, B,q  TUCK   COLLIN  SHAVING PARLORS '  and HATH ROOM.  IlottJ HnlmorKl  Cor. 1'irstKc Knob Hill Ave.   PHOENIX, ii  (<  Y    KingEdward Lodge, No.36  M\   <&}-*,<*?    omi Tliursdjivofencli  Av'-'iA   Xn'erKeiit meetings ascaltcd'V..,, ���  ���    V     \      Hall, McHnle Mock.      'ca'M����onit  I). II.MOKKII.I.,        K. II. HOUCIII'R   mi,  ����.i 1 -l.-lrv '    yu-,  W..M.  A. K. ami A. jj.  Ke,;',:,.!.'.'. co'''.""'icntioii S p. ,���  mouth."  I. O. O. F.  snowsiiok i.oncn.vo...  Mrets every Monday Kretiiue   id Mi,,ers' UiU  Veiling brethren cordially invitrU.  K. Silvei tlionie N. i;.  i.'aju.ton Cook, K��. Sec'y   Murcus Martin. J'cr. Hin. M��y  A.   HARRYliOOK  PKOVINCIAL ASSAVEK.  O'liltiil and empire at.sayinj; a Mircinliv <.',,..,  pies rec-rivcd by mall or txpcKs'��.,'���v '[  und returns innik- next day. i orrcsuwlt'i"  uulichei1,    Oreshipprrs UKrnt '    KT  GKKKNVVOOO.  B. C.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Timt Iiupcctcrftr S. F. A N  (lltgli Class Oood.s always in Slock )  Gua.ni> Koiiks,  B.C.  OREGON  Shout Line  and union Pacific  ONLY  LINE  EAST   VIA  Salt Lake and  Denver.  Two Trains  Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe ami utdei  foreign countries.  The city of Victoria has arranged  for a hi�� race meet in that city for the  latter part of Septemher. Silver cups  and large purses have heen offered for  That $5,000 offered for the arrest of  Paul O. Stensland, the defaulting president of the Milwaukee State bank of  Chicago, still remains unclaimed.    Up  to the time of going to press  he had | the numerous events  not been reported as apprehended  in  more than ten or fifteen different points  at one and the same time, during the  past week.  The Pioneer's statistician has it  figured out that, by the first of January, the Boundary output of copper  should be at the rate of 125,000  pounds per day, or 3,750,000 pounds  per month, or close to 50,300,0:0  pounds per annum. This will make  the copper producers in other paits  take more note of this section than  ever before, and it will not hurt the  I.ouricln.ry, either.  The Hritish Columbia Indian chiefs  who a few weeks ago went to London  to see the King, were received by His  Majesty, who listened to their grievances and sent them home well pleased  with the result of their visit.  The Pythian Shield, a weekly, devoted to the Knights of Pythias of  Hritish Columbia, has made its appearance at Vancouver, C. E. Smither-  ingale being the publisher. It is a neat  live-column folio, and should be read  by every Pythian.  Chimberlain's Cough Remedy  Acts  lure's  Plan.  on   Ni'  ��� <����� �����>���**�� �����>������<�� �����>������<"�� sr^eo ��r^��v<"�� o-��^r> �����>���*<�������� �����>���'<���* o��  f OUR COPPER CORNER ?  �� MATTERS OV   INTEREST   TO   THOSE   I.VTERESTEO    IN    THE A  M COPPER   MIMING    INDUSTRY *  ���<�� ��LS-��V<^ ��L>0<4 ��>���<*   ��>��0   t^*<3   &>-��<J   ��L^��<�� C^SXJ C^��  , , WILL  KNDURK  THE  SHOCK   WITHOUT   A   MURMUR.  In order to avoid any misunderstanding such as occurred in Union Pacific, when stockholders were so shocked by the enlarged dividend, we desire  to state that stockholders in Calumet & Hecla should be prepared to withstand a similar shock if the next quarterly dividend is $20, like the last,  says the Hoston News Bureau.  H'e say this advisedly from the codition of the metal market, the condition of the company's treasury and the known policy of the directors. The  company has more money in its $10,000,000 treasury than belongs there, is  earning $100 per share, the sales department was never more pleased with the  outlook in the demand for copper, and, therefore, if anybody is going to be  shocked by quarterly dividends of $20 per share, he has now time and a warning to get from under.  According to the balance sheet as of date April 30th, a balance sheet  which takes no account of the mines or the $20,000,000 worth of machinery,  supplies and timber lands, the company had a surplus in cash and copper of  $10,629,819. The growth of this surplus and the record of dividends paid  during the past six years have been as follows :  Dividends paid.        $6,500,000  Tickets on Sale Sept. S-10,  Final  Kor further particulars see  M. M. Stephens, Agent,  Phoenix, B. C.  LOW RATES  TO    EASTERN   POINTS  AND RETURN  GO IF THE  BEACH  For   your vacation.  $20  Round  Trip  ST0P0VKKS AT PORTION I).  Wiite for book, r;ite.u, etc.  H. C. .M USSOX, G. P. & T. A.  Spokane, Wash.  Hospital Donations  Lidt of Donations received   since Jan.  1st, 1905,  to the Phoenix   General   Hospital :  Cash $10  R. Itotrell  Ca>h J25   ��� J. II. MHCRtitay  Cash fs  A. J-\ Berrr  Book Case _ .-A. K. II. Clark  Bed L:neu,4 doz HorpitftI  Lnrii?*  Aid  Cash J50 _ ...........K T. Hunk  Cash Jto Jas   McCrtn'.h  Cash $25 L'Miadiati Knrtd Drill Co.  Spring Cot .....A. II   Hood  Maple Syrup ^ Friend  (ieiitleumn's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. B. Hoyle  Old Linen .: Mr��:,I. Crawford  1 Box Books Mrs. 11. A. W. Hodacs  Cash $20 A Grand Forks friend  Dominion Copper Co Full Set Boile: Tiihen  Cord Wood v. Bucfcless  or S.G.Yerkes, A.G.P.A.  Seattle, Wash.  THE  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS  BANK  i90o-r  1901-2  j902-3  1903-4  1904-5  1905-6  4,000,000  2,000,000  4,000,000  4,500,000  5,000,000  Surplus.  $ 2,168,130  3.592.779  <5,557.o23  6.583.039  7,144,189  10,629,819  The most successful medicines are    those tlut aid nature.    Chamberlain's  Down m Victoria it is averted that! P0^1'1 remedy acls on this pfcai.Taka  _  . , ,       , j rt when youhavGaeakl and it willu-lkM-  N��eaMvy Ckwrosa hav��   bought  a con-j thQ COHgh) re]ieMS tkfl baiftg|Wid wpw;.  Wdl 'ma Utea Co>lonis>t, tfes piOMer rasws- j ttwataa, upon tlte se��tic���� imd aid  pajp'air <$f tdirw pii@>viirate��, xv'tKh a vkw to  SKfitowo   ho   m��l<��m$  frte ��yateio!i   to a  w��)t)k-ii!i,�� np & mmthwmt fax i)0i \mrpot!8 ���J'wk^J  amdilbm,    Tkwswnwste teuva  oTtmufas * r��P-���� otf live Chim��!teiJl,fed.*'^s T���* ������HWo.  hw&iix s* $300. The heathen Chi- resu,t in pneilmor)ifl  nee is c.erUiinly peculiar, and this time Large size, 50 cents,  he h��s a big proposition on hand.  For .'druggists.  It  eiwisntarants any tonidicncy of a cold to  Price 25 cents.  For sale by all  The earnings for the year ended April 30th amounted to $85 per share,  of which only $50 was paid out in dividends on the company's modest 100,-  000 shares.  The official  expectation  is  that  the Osceola and Kearsarge lodes in the  Calumet territory will he found to contain as much net money for the stock  holders as has ever been yielded by the great conglomerate lode, although the  latter lode ban at lenst 30 years of life ahead  of it, and   has  drift   openings  ready for sloping 1 r years ahead.  Calumet & M^scki will remains the premier copper mine of the world.  Issues  Drafts  Money Orders  Travelling Checks  Letters of Credit  Payable Everywhere.  Savings  Department  Deposits of $1.00 find up-1  wards received. Interest!  credited twice a year. >  Aver��(c Prices ot Copper.  ���New York���  Klectrolytic. T.ake.  Month. I iidS    WOO     .J1105       190��  Jiinuarv  15;008 18.iiI0 15.J28 18.110  February.... 16.H76 17.HCU 15.150 IS.110  March  15.2US 18.3(11.  15.3S0 18 i>41  April  1-1 018 18.375 15.040 18.CS8  Muy  11 (ii>7 18-157 14.820 18.724  BRANCHES  IN  CANADA  55  CAPITAL  $3,000,000.00  RESERVE  $1,600,000.00  ESTABLISHED  1859.  jinn  July   Aligner,   Septf inljer.  October .. .  November . ,  December,..  Vear   Ui75 18 442 14.813 18.7111  14.888 IS 100 15.005 18.585  Jo.fltM  J 5 0il5  1(1.270  JIJ.5WI  18.328  . 15.500  12.466  15.07c-  lfi.332  JO 758  18.308  15.000  COLUMBIAN COIIEGt  Fonm'ed 1802���Incorporated 1803.  NKVV WK.STMINHTKK. B.C.  *-idki.itv   i:irosri>;s.  3ii0iirance Hgent  MfKK,      1AVK  A.NI>  ACCIDENT.  PLATM   GI.ABS*  CO.MMlSRIONKn    FOR   TAKING   AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  THE COPPER HANDBOOK  A practical book of nearly a thousand pages, useful to nil and iiecesearv to  most men encased in any braucti of tins Copper Industry.  Its facts will pass muster with the trained scientists, and its language is  eaaiiv understood by the every-day m:tn.  It is a dozen bookH in one, covering the History, Usee, Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Finances arid .Statistics of  Copper.  I Reives the plain facts in plain English without fear or fayor.  It lists and describes 3,840 copper wines and companies, in all parts of the  world, descriptions running from two ILiich 60 12 pngos, according to importaticu  of the property.  ihe COI'FKR HANDBOOK fa aomwdad to bn the  World's Stttnidarrd Bwteronstt ffloni an Capper  The miner needs the book for the fncts it giras him .-vbotut cokswh, jwiotogt rt��d  metal.  The investor needs the hook for the facts it given lilini about Hliwimg Investments and Copper Statistics. Hundreds of Swindling Companies uro MKpjwwid  in plain English.  I'rice is $5 ,in Buckram, with gilt ton; $7.50 in full library morocco. Will  be sent fully propaid.on approval, tonnv address ordered, and may ho returned  within a week of receipt if not found fully natiHfuctory.  HORACE J. STEVENS, 30 Past Offloa 3look. Houghton   Mich., U. S. A.  Provides a Christian home for students of both ncxes at moderate ratt'N.  lias 11 preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school work.  Does high Hc-lionl work, confers all higli  school privileges, and prepare) for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of u Practical Husincss Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education 111  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students tlirough  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of H.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which tho college is in  hit affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperull, H.A., li.D , Principal,-or Rev. J. 1��. Howell. Bursar.  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  isfifelifl  Special Rates to Commercial Men.  Good Sample Rooms. THE- PHjSEJHX...PIONEER.  Thirteenth  Annual::  S  Open Day  and Night  Admission  after 6 pm  only 10c.  Two Weeks  Pair sad  Races  Seusstlooal  Free Acls,  Every  Afternoon  POKANE  INTERSTATE  FAIR  SEPT. 24 to Oct. 6 ?^= ���==.  .. $35,000 ..  Prizes and  Purses  $5,000 for Connty and District Fruit  Bxblblts  Larger exhibits in every depnrt-  jtient. llijf Poultry Show, Home  IudiiRtry Exposition occupying  $5,000 building, filled with work.  iiik exhibit*). Hree Vaudeville and  Baud Concert  every night.  For Program, Prize Lists,  or tiny other information,  Add res*  ROBERT  H. COSQROVE,  Secretary and Manager, 519 I'irst Ave.,  Spokane,  Wash.  t  Real Estate and Mines  Houses to Rent, City Property for Sale, Shares in all the  leading mines bought and sold.  O.W. Rumberger  t  Information   about   Phoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion Ave.  Telephone No. 28.  <# Phoenix, B.C.  \  WINES  AND   LIQUORS  7rf-v, JT-a-Tr������"-,.,.   ^r-.-. ���. ���.       ������������,-. ...-������--'    ���,,."   -��� , ��� ; .,.,_���������   ���  , '. ' ��� ,.t  We buy in carloads direct from the Distiller :  Walker's Rye in barrels and half barrels  "       Canadian Club, Imperial and Baronial in cases.  Gooderham & Worts' in barrels.  " "        Special and ordinary in cases.  Brandies���Jules Coadon & Cie, Charente, France, Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Scotch���Robertson, Sanderson & Co., Leith, Scotland  Octaves, half octaves and cases.  Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes.  Greenwood    Liquor   Co.,  GREENWOOD. B. C.  SMEI.TKB LAKH ICK DkLIVKKKD TO OltDER  Prompt Attention to   orders  at any  hour of day or night.  (PHONE 34.)  Phoenix Livery Stable  D.   J.   McDonald,  ling New  Prop.  [ W;f<0W4W<nKawaVWWW^W  I Church Services Tomorrow J  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wesley  Miller, supply.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Preaching Service tomorrow at  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:0c 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.  Church of England���Services istand  3d Sundays each month, 3:30 p. m.,  by Rev. Leech-Porter of Greenwood.  J  #-  THE OBSERVATORY  Tama* Taucbd of at  HOMK A��I) Klsbwberh  Great North rn Special   Rates.  To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,  Superior, Sioux City, Council Bluffs,  Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City,  Houston, Mineoto. Tex., Fort William,  Chicago and St. Louis at rates of one  first-class fare, plus $10; returning via  California, $37.15 higher. Dates of  sale: June 4, 6, 7, 23 and 25, July 2,  3, August 7, 8 and 9, September Sand  10. Going transit limit 10 days from  date of sale; final return limit 90 days  or not later than October 31.  Latest Mining Stock Quotations  ���  Following are the approximate prices  of mining stocks for this week:  ��� ID ASKED  American Boy  1%       Q2y,  B.  C. Standard  20           25 *  Belcher Mountain  45          50  B. C. Copper  9 75     10 00  Can. Con. M.  and S. .130 00   150 00  California  02           04  Can. Gold Fields  06)4       07  Cariboo-McKinney  02  Copper  King  28  Dominion Copper  4 10  Denoro Mines  07  Deer Trail Con  0V/,  Eureka Copper  ��� "  Granby Con  11 75  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MURDOCKMcINTYRE,.Prop.  25  Horses,   Full   Livery   Equipment,  Including Three New Buggies.  AS therein  no   Harness  Shop  in   either Greenwood or Orauil l-'orks, have stocked up  with  Harness Parts.  �����f  Fisher Maiden  Giant   International Coal  Jumbo   La Plata   Sicola Coal Mines  North Star   Pathfinder   Payne    Referendum   Rambler-Cariboo .  Sullivan   Snowstorm     1 05  Sonora         03>��'  Stewart        95  Tamarack & Chespeake   1 10  White  Bear         07  Washington Meteor...       06  02  01  64  16  15  02?.C  05  o-iya  02  05  40  04>j  03  30  4 75  08  02  10  12 25  03  02  68  20  20  ooy2  04 "  06  44  06  2 10  04  1 00  1 30  08  10  ASK YOUR DEALER fob  "KURTZ'S OWN"  "KURTZ'S PIONEERS"  "SPANISH BLOSSOMS"  UNION MADE CIGARS  MANUFACTUnEO   BY  Kurtz's  r>lor"r C'*sr Fatt<">  148 CORDOVA ST.. W..  Vancouver     : :     B.    C.  "THE  MILWAUKEE"  'THE  PIONEER    LIMITED-  CHICAGO.  ST.    PAUL    TO  FvPrVs-sliW MPW CARRIAGES AND OTHER RIGS  WlJUllHg HOW horses AND SADDLES. SEVERAL  ���" "       . HUNDRED CORDS OF DRY  WOOD  Delivered to any part of the city.  Entire Outfit New and Up-to-date.    A share of the public  patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.  DOMINION AVE., COR. BANNER ST., PHOENIX, B. C.  PALACE MEAT MARKET  DOMINION  AVE., PHOENIX,  B.C.  Fresh and Salt Meats.  Tei. no. 12. Fish,   Poultry  and   Oysters.  ���-*-���-���-��-*-��_*-��,-  REMEMBER  Nelson Pal  : -  t  Fair i  Sept. 19, 20, 21,  1906  "Overland    Limited"    Omaha     to    Chicago.  "SOUTH-WEST LIMITED"   KANSAS   CITY  TO  CHICAGO.  No trains in the service on any railroad in the world equals in equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Ry. They own and operate their  own sleeping and dining cars and give  their patrons an excellence of service  not obtainable elsewhere.  Berths in their sleepers are longer,  higher and wider than in similar cars  on any other line. They protect their  trains by the Block system.  Elbert Hubbard, the philosophical  editor of the Philistine, printed the  following, which is worth cutting our  and preserving :  The world bestows its big prizes in  money and in honors for but one thing  ���initiative. What is initiative? It  consists in doing the right thing without  being told. The next best thing to  doing the right thing without being  told, is to do it when you are told  once. Some people never do a thing  until they are told twice; such get no  honors and small pay. Then there are  those who do the right thing only  when necessity kicks them from behind. This class spends most of its  time polishing benches with hardluck  stories. Still, lower down in 'he scale  is the fellow who will not dc the right  thing even when some one goes along  to show him how, and stays to see he  does it; he is always out of a job, and  receives only the contempt he deserves,  unless he has a rich pa, in which case  destiny waits patiently around the corner with a stuffed club.  No matter what other kind of advertising you do, be sure to use the  newspapers. If you have tried newspaper advertising and not found it a  success, your advertising was.poorly  written or your system was wrong.  Newspaper advertising can be made  to pay anyone, who uses it, if right  goods and ri^ht prices are right behind  the talk.  The editor decided to try "fonetic"  spelling in his paper and the experiment seemed a success until he got  the following :  "Dere Sur���I   hev  tuk yure paper  fur leven yeres, butt ef yew  kant  spel  eny beter than hev bin doin fer last  to munths yew ma jest stoppit."  ��������  According to figures from Ottawa,  during the last fiscal year there were  57,800 immigrant arrivals in Canada  from the United States. It thus seems  that the sons and daughters of Uncle  Samuel know a good thing when they  see it.  William MacKenzie, of Toronto,  president of the Canadian Northern  railway, and president of the Toronto  Street Railway Co., visited the. coast a  few days ago. The firm of MacKenzie  & Mann is known all over Canada.  Some eight years ago the firm bought  the Brooklyn group of six claims in  Phoenix camp, and formed the Dominion. Copper Co., which company,  in American control, is now so actively  developing the properties. As mining  men this firm has not been shining  very brightly in the Boundary in the  past, but as railway builders, they stand  in the front rank, and one of these  days will have their Canadian Northern  constructed through to the coast���  and may beat the Grand Trunk Pacific  in reaching that goal.  to exclude it from the mails. Needless to say, the genial colonel makes a  few remarks in his valedictory or funeral sermon regarding his opinion of  Mr. Lemieux. Among other things,  he states that he applied to the post-  office department to ascertain just  what was taken exception to, and the  officials at Ottawa vouchsafed him  never a word.  ���<���  While we do not agree with many of  the opinions expressed in Lowery's  Claim, we must say that the man who  has started more papers than any other in Canada lias had a hard deal meted out to him by the autocrats of the  Laurier administration. Me asserts  that if he had been a Frenchman and  a Grit, things mi^ht have been different. As it is, he can hardly be blamed for shaking the dust from his Icei  and hieing himself  to sunnier   climes.  UNITED STATES SENATOR  FROM SOUTH CAROLINA  PRAISES PERUNA.  OLLA PODRIDA  Mrs. Leslie Carter's age was given  as 30 in the marriage license. She was  married to Mr. Carter twenty five years  ago. Twenty-five from thirty leaves  five. Instead of leading her to the alter Mr. Carter must have carried her  in his arms.  "In the struggle for liberty," shouted the long-haired anarchist, "you will  always find me, brothers,   in the van."  "Sure," said the doughty policeman  as he pulled him into ihe patrol.  An epileptic dropped in a fit on the  streets of Boston not long ago, and  was taken to a hospital. Upon removing his coat there was found pinned to  his waistcoat a slip of paper on which  was written:  "This is to inform the house surgeon that this is just a case of plain fit,  not appendicitis. My appendix has  already been removed twice."  THE GBANBY CONSOLIDATED IIMNS,  SMELTING & POWER COMPANY, Ltd.  NOTICE.  Notice ia hereby given that at a uaeet-  wy; of the Board of Directors of the  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smeltine  & Power Company, Limited, lie.M this  day, a dividend of three per cent, upon  the par value of the stock outstandin<��  was declared out of the net o&rnings of  the company, payable September 15th,  l'.lOO, to all stockholders of reroid nt tho  close of business on August 20th, 1906.  Fuitber notice , is hereby given that  the transfer books of the com pan v will  be closed from August 20lh, 1906\ until  the opening of business September 12th,  1900.  Dated this 7th day of August, 1906.  (Signed) NORTHRUP FOWLER,  Secretarv.  Pain  from   a   Burn   Promptly   Relieved  Chamberlain's Pain   Balm.  by  A little child of Michael Strauss, of  Vernon, Connecticut, was recently in  great pain from a burn on the hand,  and as cold applications only increased  the inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to  Mr. James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for something to stop the pain.  Mr. Nichols says : " I advised him  to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and  the first application drew out the inflammation, and gave immediate relief, I have used this liniment myself,  and recommend it very often for cuts,  burns, strains and lame back, and have  never kuown it to disappoint." For  sale by all druggists.  Cx-SeiiHlo:' M. C. Eutler,  Dyspepsia Is Often Caused Dy Catarrh  of the Sioiv.acli���Peruua Relieves Catarrh ojthe Stomach and Is Therefore a  Remedy For Dyspepsia.  i ��� �� . t -��-��-�� . ��� ���-��-�� ...........at**  Hon. M. C. Butler, Kx-U. S. Son-J  ator from   South  Carolina'for two J  terms, in a letter from Washington,-  D. C, -writes to tho Jf eruna Medicine  Co., as follows:  "/ can recommend Peruna for  dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I  have been using your medicine for  a short period and I feel very much  relieved, ft Is indeed a wonderful  medicine, besides a good tonic. "  CATARRH of the stomach iVtlVTcor-  rect name  for  most  cases of dyspepsia.  In order to cure catarrh of the  6tomach the catarrh must be eradicated.  Only  an   internal   catarrh remedy,  such as Peruna, is available.  Peruna exactly meets tho indications.  ��SX��>aG������2>3  Fresh Vegetables  Direct From the Farm  to Your Table.     .    .  Excursion  Trips East..  $55.10  Winnipeg, Port Arthur,  St. Paul Duluth  Sioux City  Kansas City .$60.85    St.Louis.$62.60  Chicago. $66.66  On sale August 7-8-9: September 8-10  Final Limit, Oct. 31st.  TORONTO,  $79.25  On sale Sept. 8-9-10. Limit, Nov. 30th  MILWAUKEE,   $64.80  On sale Aug. 7-8-9.     Limit, Oct. 31st  LE ROI SMELTER  TO BE STAETRD  Amicable Arrangement Finally  Arrived At.  Announcement is made in Rossland  that the Le Roi smelter at Northport,  which has been ciosed since last fall,  will be blown in again and operated  with Le Roi ores.  It will be remembered that the closing of this smelter was a great bone of  contention among the Le Roi shareholders a year ago, when the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. of Canada endeavored to secure control of  the Le Roi mine and failed. It did,  however, secure a  contract  from   the  Will visit Phoenix every Tuesday and Friday with the freshest  and latest productions of the  Kettle River Valley. Rhubarb a  specialty.   Fruit in season.  A. Galloway,  Columbia, B. C.  THE COWTORTABIi WAY.  S. F. & N. RY.  PHOENIX  Daily  Arrive  Spokane,       Seattle,|  Kverett, Rellingham,  Vancouver Victoria, 6:55 p.m.  awd        all         Coast  points.   Spokane, Hemic,  Winnipeg, St. Paul,  Minneapolis \  6:55 P.m.  . Grant!     Horks,    Ke-i  public, Curlew, Mar-: A  9:00 a.m.   ��usand Ferry (Mid.j 6.  : way) i  55 P-m-  00 a-m-i Se(^?��'!::.!!!!f^"!!i 6:�� p-  Iix.  Sun.!  Jrandon.  ���Through rates all stations���  ONTARIO, QUEBEC,-NEW YORK  New England, Maritime Provinces on  application.  For rates, folders and tickets apply  to local agent or to  A. W. Haley, E. J.Coyle,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.,  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C.  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Belle View Fractional","Battle Axe Fractional'  and "Apez^Fractionnl"  Mineral Claims* sit  uate in  the Greenwood  Mining Division  o  Yale District.   Where   Located:    In Green  wood Camp.  TAKE   NOTICE   that I.Isanc K.'Hallett. as  A&eut for Eric E. Jackson Free Miner's Certificate No. BS5842, and Francis W. Groves, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B79o6Q,intendl'6odaysfrotR  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  Aud further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of Mav, A. D. iqoS.  I. Ii. HALLETT..  R. I,. FORD,Commercial Agent,  lid!  U.S. ROWK,General Agent,  Room a, Marble Bank Dldg., Spokane Wash.  S. ROWK, General Agent,  1.14 Third Street, roi Hand. Oregon.  ��  I  I  T  I  o  I  6  1  *  9  The biggest and best ever.  Horse Races, Lacrosse Tournament and  other attractions.  The largest Fruit, Vegetable and Mining  Exhibits in the Province.  EVERYBODY  COME  ?   D. C. McMORRIS,  J Secretary.  J. J. MALONE,  President.  GREAT NORTHERN  SUMMER EXCURSIONS.  Phoenix to Chicago, St. Louis, St.Paul,  Minneapolis, Duluth, Kansas City, St.  Joseph, Leavenworth, Omaha, Council  bluffs, Sioux City and Kort William at  first dims faro plus $10 for the round  trip. Selling dates July 2nd and Aucust  7th, 8th and Otli, and Sept. 8tli and 10th,  Root! for !I0 days, hut not nfter Oetoher  Hint, lilOG. Ten tlavH will bo allowed  from date of aale on going portion of  tickets. Stop-overs will he allowed  weHt of Missouri river, St. Paul, Duluth  nnd Fort William.  Odd   Fki,lowb,   Toronto,   Ont.,   Sktt.  12-2;?, 1900.  Selling dates, Sept. 8th and 10th. Going limit, Sept. 22. Final return limit,  Nov. IlOth, 11KK!.  r        ��� ,.���,    t .,! ��� 1 Le Roi directors for treating the entire  A  report  from Pierce Citv, Idaho,   T      n  ��� .   .-     <u  1 -' Le   Roi   ore  output   for three  years,  states that a novelty there recently was] thus cios;ng the Northport smelter.  Meantime, however, the mining industry has been looking up all over  the country, and the Trail smel'er has  more than it can do to treat all the  copper ores offered.    This, doubtless,  a dance given in the Ozark mine, at the  100-foot level, where room was actually made for two sets to dance at once.  Some of the people who read that  item might not be aware of the fact,  but it is a fact, nevertheless, that there  are mines within gunshot, of the Pioneer office where there are stopes in  which dozens of sets could dance at  once, and still have room to spare���  and that at a depth of more than i oo  feet. When it comes to talking about  good sized stopes in mines, it is not  necessary for the Boundary to take  any but a front seat.  K.NIGIITB   OP    PrTHIAH,     NKW    OltlBANB,  Oct. 15-25th, lflOO.  Selling dates, Oct. 7th and 8th. Going  limit, Oct. 10th. Final return limit,  Nov. 15th.  For tho above meetings, first class fare  p!nn$10.  Oh-Mren of half ago will take half the  above rtttcs.  S. O. Ykrkm, Asst.-Gcn. Pass. Agent,  Soattlo, Wash.  M. M. STKrifEKB, Agent, Phoenix, B.O  Advertising helps to sell more goods  without increasing the cost of doing  business.  Down in Vancouver they have gem-  uses. The people intend celebrating  what is to be termed a "Made in \ an-  couver" day. On that day the exhibits  in the shop windows will consist en-  lirely of things made in Vancouver. At  a recent public meeting held to discuss  the plans for the day we quote a report  from the News-Advertiser :  "During the course of Mr. Hollands remarks he suggested the advisability of holding, in conjunction with  the carnival, a 'baby show,' which, he  assured the meeting, would be a bowling success. His motion was not  looked upon with favor, however, and  no one seemed willing to 'father' the  movement.''  The only'sin there is in the peek-a-  boo waist is in the man  that  looks at  it and the woman who thinks there is.  ��������  The September issue of Lowery's  Claim is out, and in it Mr. Lowery an  notinces that the monthly is now  among the angels, and will, be seen no  nore of men. This is due primarily  to the fact tha: Honorable Rudolph  Lemieux, postmaster-general of this  broad and free Dominion, has seen fit  had its influence with Manager Ald-  ridge in making the arrangement referred to, by which a part of the Le  Roi ores will begin going to Northport,  and later, when some 7.:;,ooo tons  more of Le Roi ore have been treated  at Trail, the entire output will go to  the 1 e Roi's smelt'-r at  Northport.  It has always been a mooted ques  tion as lo whether the Le Roi ores  could be treated U less expense at  Trail or Northport. This question will  now be settled. Manager McMillan, ot  the Le Roi, claimed that the company's  own smelter could do the work the  cheapest, while his opponents claimed  otherwise. For the last several months  it is reported that the Le Roi mine,  under Manager McMillan, and send  ing its output to the Trail smelter, has  been netting about $40,000 per month.  The announcenit nt, which comes  shortly after the return of Mr. McMillan from the old country, means an increased tonnage from several Rossland  mines and more activity at Northport,  which has felt the inactivity at the  smelter.  Common Sense nnd Good  Advice.  It is encouraging to read in the "St.  Louis Medical and Surgical Journal,"one  of the leading medic il journals of tlie  United Stales, the following sound  argument regarding medicines :  "No sane physician will condemn a  drug or medicine because an overdose  results unfavorably, lor if we did we  might better quit the practice of medicine than to treat patients with drugs  so inert that overdoses will never do  harm. Any drug or medicine which is  safe if taken according to directions  on the package, is a safe remedy in the  sense in which the word 'safe' is used  in medicine "  That is the only safeguard for either  the doctor's prescription or the patent  medicine; to be safe it must be taken  according to directions.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"  S'-OA'.LY  OVCRLAMD   TRAINS���2  From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul,  J Minneapolis, St. Louis Chicago and all  | points east.  |   For complete information,   rates,   berth )  ! reservations, etc., call on or hddre*<9,  M. M. STEPHENS, Agent,  Phoenix. I  S G. YHRKKS, A. G.P. A.,  Seattle.l  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T.TURANO, Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  proof.  Opp. Knob Hill Hotel  Phoenix* B. C.  First Street  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Sovereign" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Miiiiug Division of Yale District. Where  located:    la provideacecarap.  TAKK NOTICK  that I,  Isaac  H. Hallett, &���  agent (or George   W.  Rumberuer, Free   Miner'*  Certificate  No.   K91423. and   Harry  Nash,   Free  Miner's Certificate No. B9157S, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim  And further take notice that action, under section 37.  must be commenced before the issaance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th d��.y of April, A.D. 1906.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT. ~"  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "Old Bird" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greea-  wood Mining Division of Yale District.Where  located:   In Long Lake Camp  TAKE NOTICK that I, Isaac H Kallrtt, �����  agent for William L. C. Gordon, Free Miner'i  Certificate No. Bfibjjji, intend, sixty days from the  datt* hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown urniit o( the above claim.  Aud further take noticr that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the iwuanc*  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of April, A.D, 1006  34��� I. H. HALLETT.  THIS IS THE TIME  to order your   supply   of   Fire   Wood,  cither   for   immediate   use   or  for  the  future.     All orders promptly fillf.il.  '".KS'IiIKAI.    SANITARY    AND    SiA VI ;N< '.l-.K  WORK   DOST. ON SHORT NOTH K.  D. L. Mclntomincy  City Scavenger,  TBI,. No. B32. 1MIOHNIX, D.C.  aaaamncsuK ~  SEE  Nature's Wondrous Handiwork  THROUGH    UUH    AND     COLORADO  CHsllf Cut'-. Ciui.m of Kit-  C.ruml  llllu:!;   I'.np.ii,  ,M;i'.sli:ill ami Ten  ih-sm-i-    r.i,si-i.   ail 1    tin-     Wnflil  !''ani"iis K") 'tl 0"i kc  I l'or   Dt'^ct ii'livi  iiml   Illnstriitfil    I'iimjitrts  \vl itr t-.i  W. C.  McUrlJc, (R-nernl Agent,  I l.-tTllinl Sired roRTl.ANI), OK  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "liininty KrHClioiiMl" Mineral   Claim,  situate  Im  the C,i I'cnwuoti Milling Division   of Vale Dtrt-  tnct.   Where lociited:  On Wallace Mountain.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Isanc   II.  Hallett.   Free  Miner** Certificate Su. !K*i4.1", tor myself, aud an  u^etit for I'rumiiis  T,   Henderson,   Free  Miner'*  Certificate Nc   U>5Sw,  intend,  sixty   days*  from  dHte hereof, t��> apply to th*-' Mining  Recorder for  a CertifiCKte of Inipruvcmeiits, for the pur note of  uMatmug it Crown Giant oftlic above cUim.   .  And further take notice th:tl action under section ,v\ mu>t be oMiiitKticed before the iisuatK*  of such ��"eriificitte of Improvements.  Duted ihib \oih day of March , A 1). 1906.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  KOTICK.  "ritniliix l'r actional" a in* " Hilly "fractional" Mineral Cla ins. Mtiuitr m the Greenwood Mining  D:"i*ioti of Yale District,    Where located; In  Skylark Camp.  TAKK. NOTICK that I. Isaac IL   Hallett,  Vree  Mint t'-i Certificate No. H4U.1S fur myself, and an  ;ti.;eiit f l  Albert K   Athciult, Flee Millet'* Certificate No.   H4i;t-J,   intend,   Mxty  days from   the  date hereof, to app'v to the Mining  kceordcr for  Certificates  of Impro'. euietit*. for the purpose of  obtaining  Crown C.runN of the ahovt- cUiiin*.  Ami further take nofce that action, under section 7,7, must he commenced before the issuance  nl such Certificates of Imp: ovenient-.  Dated this K-th dnv ot April. A I*. i'*e6.  34��� 1. H   HALLKTT.  J  ���  ���  ���  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  CSk_T!ic luwl peifoftlv appointed Hc��Itl>  ami t'lciismi- Kfwul i" l!i<- Wrsi. viitli n com-  plrti-Hviitrm nT Italhs nK'liilinn Turklih "ml  Kti-iMiin. Open tli��� yiu kiumiI. Tlie curntlir  propel tirs of .ts waters are tm.rtjiiulcct.  l'or Cm i"K nil KlKiuiuiiiic. N'ervoiu nnd Mu��-  cnlar Troubles.  I'oi llcnliiiK all KMncy. I.tvirr ami Stomnch  lilmrnt?,.  Fin Klimiiintiu^ all Mctnlllcl'oioti* troni the  ���iyHtem  Ttar sramleur ol Die sivtiery Is uiirlrallr.l  Mountains, miow penki, forest*, InkeM.wiiterlttllfl,  loatinii. vnclititiK. iHliliii;. sliontini;. f rcurl����r ui  irniin. !l�� wluter climate ih unsurpiiMeil for  mlldinWA U4RIIY HclNTonM,  1'iovri.A^.  lamumamumtuuvu nil
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melt   in    your
mouth.
Fresh Made Candy
We   are   constantly adding to "our j
stock   of '
CAMERAS
and PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES,
and can furnish anything wanted in
this line, for the amateur or professional.    Call and see our lines.
.Also large stock   of  local   views   to
send to friends.
Draisey's   Candy
Kitchen,
Firil Street.
Bros. IM
LIMITED.
Stationery,    Wall Paper,
Fancy Good:--, Etc.
Agent for   Mason   &   Risch   Pianos.
' When Looking Around Town
take a look at
our window. You
will find many attractive things in
the way of
MIT
such :-s Brooches,
Pendants, Chains
etc., all new and
up to date designs, and while
the pi ices are not
the cheapest they
are the lowest
possible when you
rake the quality
of ilia goods into
consideration.
A SU.V  iii A I,
(fie exact time.    Mini   of  aIIairs
promptitude in keeping' L'licage-
/ rccor
fl-rjllil-f:
men is.
Tf.MKI'IKCKS
[hat Ici'ep fxaet lime are a   part,
jewelry ofittrini;.
You won't lose 11 train if your wnteli is
bought ln.'1-c!. We «Imn- u" line assortment six! at extiein"ly low price*. Call
and see them.
of our
snsr
Ave*, Phoenix, B.C.
GEORGE E. DEY,
"JEWELER,
Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix, B.C.
Waler Notice.
'1 o the patrons of the water system.
All street and lawn sprinkling will be
discontinued Sept. 1st. Patrons please
take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
Phoknix Water Supplv Co.
J. L. Martin, Sec.
Prescriptions   properly
Boyle, the Druggist.
Miners, attention. If you want
solid comfort, stay at Hotel  Brooklyn.
Prof. Frank Daniels gave a social
dance at,Miners Union hall Thursday
evening.
J. J. Atherton has announced the
Slocan Mining Review, which is published at Sandon.
Bom, to the wife of William A.
Murray, August 27th, near C. P. R.
station, a son.
Born to the wife of George Schulti,
at 1 he Phoenix General Hospital, August 24th, a son.
The finishing work is now going on
at the new residence of John McRae
on Gospel Hill.
For Sale.—Old Miners' Union hall.
Apply to John Mclnnis, chaiiman
Board of Trustees.
Word was received from Dr. Howe,
the eye specialist, that he would visit
Phoenix about Sept. 10th.
Eye Specialist Dr. A. Howe, will be
at the Brooklyn September 9th and
roth. All eye defects properly treated.
Rev. J. Leech-Porter will resume his
services in St. John's mission of the
Church of England tomorrow at 3:30
p. m.
When feeling like having just a
wee drappe Scotch, call at the Brooklyn and have a wee taste McCallum's
Perfection.
If you have never been able to get
glasses that would fit you, see Dr.
Howe at the Hotel Brooklyn, September 9th and 10th.
Eye Specialist Dr. A. Howe, guarantees all his work to be first class in
every respect, lie makes regular trips
to Phoenix so he can look after his patients.
Do not wait until you are blind,
have your eyes examined when you
feel the first sy 111 torn of eye strain. Dr.
A. Howe, Eye Specialist, Hotel Brooklyn September 9th and 10th.
Public school opened last Monday,
with the same instructors, Charles L.
Tliornber and Miss Wall, as last year.
The week has Deen largely occupied
in getting back into running order.
Business with the local branch of
the Eastern Townships Bank has increased to such an extent that manager Hood has added another clerk,
Sidney Fairweather, of Grand   Forks.
Archie F. Berry, formerly a resident
of Phoenix and secretary of the local
miners' union, but now a resident of
Rcssland, b.is been nominated for
president of  Rossland Miners' Union.
Mail between Greenwood and Phoenix travels at the rate of two miles per
day. It takes three days to go six
miles, and the Pioneer is rebuked by
Mr.   Ross   for  complaining.—Hedley
A petition was recently presented to
the city council, signed by more than
fifty of the most prominent business
concerns and taxpayers, asking the
council not to sell the city team, but
to continue its use for fire protection
and other purposes.
From the way the papers in Alberta
are shrieking about the postal business
it is evident that Phoenix and Greenwood are not the only places in the
west that have a grievance against
the postoffice department.—Greenwood Ledge.
John, James, Alex and Duncan C.
McRae this week purchased the interest of W. F. Smith in McRae Bros. &
Smith, Ltd. Mr. Smith has been identified with the Greenwood store for the
last eight years. He will take a trip
east, where his family is  now visiting.
Dr. Mathison, dentist.
Don't forget   Boyle   is the Druggist.
New and second hand goods sold
by R. J. Gardner.
The local branch of the society of
gr;'ss widowers receives accessions every week.
The Pioneer wants clean white cot-
ten rags, and will pay a good price for
them Don't be backward about com .
ing forward with them  ro the Pioneer.
Eye Specialist—Dr. A. Howe will
make his regular visit to Phoenix
about Sept. 10th; those who aie troubled with defective eyes will do well to
wait for him.
Quite a number of local investors
made good sized wads this week on
Copper King shares—a company operating in the Coeur d'Alenes. None of
them paid over 5 cents per share for
the stock, which is now quoted at 30
cents bid.
Hood, the Real Estate Agent, |
Offers:— I
Bargains  in  lots,   best   residential,-
part of the city. j
House and lot, Knob   Hill  avenue,
for sale.
Piano for rent.
E. C. Moe, manager of the Eastern
Townships Bank at Midway, was in
the city last Sunday.
R. M. Bamhart, of Nelson, weigher
and smelter agent for the Snowshoe
Gold and Copper Mines, Ltd., and
Charles R. Hamilton, of Rossland, attorney in this province for the same
company, were visitors here Monday
and went to the Snowshoe mine.
John A. Crawford returned Monday
from a trip to Kamloops and the Iron
Mask mine, the latter being temporarily practically closed, but expecting
orders from the old country to resume
at any time. On account of the dry,
weather the Phoenix contingent farming in that locality have not done as
well as hoped for this year.
Invest  Your  Money
In Such Legitimate Shares as  Will Prove
an Investment if not a Quick Money Maker.
Phoenix is on a solid basis and MUST GROW. Real
estate was neve; sn low, and money will be made in buy.
ing business and residential property. Every residence
in Phoenix is rented. Business is good. Buy now, and
get the advance.
MINING CLAIMS A^D STOCKS A SPECIALTY
Idaho siochs Will Bring Quick Returns.
Will Sell Today;
Railway   Matters
The Great Northern bridge crew
was here this week, making general repairs to the company's buildings,
round house, etc.
Last Saturday was payday with the
construction crews on the Kettle Valley line up the North Fork, and about
$29,000 was reported as disbursed for
the previous month.
The Great Northern is putting colonist second-class rates into effect as
follows: August 27th to Oct. 31st, with
ten days' stop over west of Minot: St.
Paul to Phoenix, $22.50; Chicago to
Pohenix, $30.50; St. Louis to Phoenix,
$27.50.
Steelhead on the V., V. & E. moves
forward slowly, it having now been
laid over the big Meyers creek trestle,
which delayed operations for some
time, on account of the fir stringers
having to come from the coast. Mol-
son has not yet been reached by the
iron squad, but they will be there in a
short time, if no more delays occur.
WILL WELCOME
THE VISITORS
<"!r;,nby	
Dominion „	
International Coal	
Alh»r.ibra (Cotnr ifA.J..
Copper King:	
Oro Dcnoro	
Ilnrfce	
Bullion	
Happy Day.-	
Hccfcla	
Idaho Mont. 8	
Sonora (Coeur d'A.)	
Snow Storm	
Stuart \""[
Kui-mice Cr. (Cala.V '"
Sullivan .'
Skylark ",""
J.   L.   MARTIN,
Prompt Attention to Correspondence. Bank Block, Phoenix, B. C.
B. C. Fall Fairs.
The dates of almost all of the an
nual fairs in British Columbia, all of
which are held at some time in the
months of September or October, have
been announced. The following is
the list:
Kamloops—Sept.  26-27.
Agassiz—Sept. 3.
North Vancouver—Sept. 3.
Kelowna—Sept. 12-13.
Mission—Sept. 17.
Nelson—Sept. 19-21.
Vernon—Sept. 19-21.
Chilliwack—Sept. 20-21.
Central Park—Sept. 20 22.
Surrey Center—Sept. 25.
Langley—Sept.  26.
The Islands—Sept. 26.
Eburne—Sept.  26-27.
Victoria—25-29.
New Westminster—Oct. 2-6.
Armstrong—Oct. 10-12.
COMING AND GOING
3
This week the Pioneer received what
was probably the largest shipment of
pnpr-r ever received by anv printing establishment in the Boundary. There
was more than two tons, th.' goods
coming from Toronto.
John Strom, a miner «m|*riyt!cl at
the Gold Drop, fell down in an open
cut_ about 25 or 30 feet last Sunday,
a pick he was using falling after and
striking him in the head. He had several ribs broken and a severe scalp
wound, and is being cared for at the
hospital.
An alarm of fire from the Morrison-
Anderson block Thursday morning
brought out the fire team. Although
the team was out on city work at the
time, no time was lost in getting the
hose wagon to the fire, which proved
to be a burning chimney and was
quickly extinguished.
Word has been received that Rev.
J. Wellesley Whittaker, pastor of the
Methodist church here, will sail from
England on the loth inst., and hopes
to be here by the 24th of September
Rev. Miller, who has been supplying
in Mr. Whittaker's absence, will go to
Toronto and complete his course in
theology.
J. C. Henderson, of Winnipeg, was
a visitor in the camp yesterday.
J. L. Martin returned Wednesday
from a week's trip to Spokane and the
Coeur d'Alene country.
Mrs. John A. Morrin will start in a
day or two on a month's visit to her
sister at Walla Walla, Wash.
J. H. Fox, of Nelson, travelling
freight agent for the C.P.R., was here
yesterday, on his periodical trip.
David Boyle, of Toronto, father of
J. B. Boyle, arrived last Saturday on a
visit to his son, remaining several days.
George D. Turner was called to
New Westminster on Monday by a telegram apprising him of his mother's
serious illness.
Murdcck Mclntyre and bride, nee
Miss Esther 'May Docksteader, returned Wednesday from a wedding
trip to the Similkameen country.
James McNuIty has returned  from
his summer's trip to the Similkameen,]
where he was   looking after  develop
ment  work  on  his claims  on   Stray
Horse mountain.
Lome A Campbell, of Rossland,
manager of the West Kootenay Power
& Light Co., was here Wednesday,
leaking after the machinery installation his company is carrying on here.
Hugh Reid returned Tuesday from
LaCombe, Alberta, where he made
some investments in wheat land. He
reports that great prosperity prevails*
all through that section, with big crops
good prices and a heavier immigration
than ever.
Meeting of Citizens Held Last
Tuesday.
Tuesday evening a meeting of business men and citizens generally was
held at the city hall, to consider what
should be done in the way of entertaining the Spokane Chamber of;
Commerce, when the members visit
Phoenix on September 12th. There
was an excellent attendance, Major
Rumberger being chosen chairman,
and W. B. Willcox secretary, those
present including A. B. W. Hodges,
Charles Biesel, O. B. Smith, Jr., A. B.
Hood, and many business men.
The chairman stated the object of
the meeting, and it was the unanimous
opinion' that Phoenix should show
every courtesy to the visitors. There
are expected to be about 125 in the
party, including a dozen ladies. They
will travel in a solid Pullman train, arriving here about noon from Republic,
and leaving here in the afternoon for
Grand Forks. After that they will go
to Nelsen, Kaslo and Rossiand.
A general committee was appointed,
to meet the visitors on their arrival,
as follows : A. B. W. Hodges, Thos.
R. Drummond, Charles Biesel, 0. B.
Smith, Jr., E. E. Gardanier, A. B.
Hood, G. W. Rumberger, Chas. D.
Hunter, J. E. W. Thompson, C. H.
Reeves, XV. B. Willcox, L. Y. Birnie,
J. L. Martin, James Marshall, John A.
McMaster, XV. J. Porter, W. S. Macy,
W. R. Williams, W. H. Docksteader,
O. N. Galer, C. M. Campbell, G. L.
McNicol, George Smith, Isaac Crawford, D. J. Matheson, Dr. G. S. Gordon, Dr. R. B. Boucher.
A special, reception committee, to
meet the visitors at Grand Forks and
accompany them to Phoenix, was appointed as follows : A. B. W. Hodges,
A. B. Hood, G. W. Rumberger J. L.
Martin, W. B. Willcox and another.
A finance committee was appointed, consisting of A. B. Hood, O. B.
Smith, Jr., J. E. W. Thompsen, L. Y.
Birnie and XV. R. Williams. - This
committee has already been at work,
and reports making good progress in
getting the necessary funds.
A committee on transportation was
appointed as follows : Charles Biesel,
T. R. Drummond and O.B. Smith, Jr.
If the committee can arrange for it
without pnrchasing the entire C. P. R.
outright, it is the intention to have the
visiting party taken on flat cars, with
seats, from the lower Stemwinder spur,
the train to go over the Stemwinder
and Brooklyn spurs, thence out to the
Snowshoe, Gold Drop and Rawhide,
from which the Golden Crown and
Winnipeg can be seen. Then the
train can be run back up on the moon
track to the glory hole of the Granby
mines. This would give the visitors a
magnificent and comprehensive s'.-ries
of views of the camp and its several
mines; an inspection of the Granby
mines on some of the tunnel levels
being then afforded.
As the Granby boarding house is
the only place in the city large enough
to seat the entire party of visitors at
once, Mr. Macy has consented to
prepare lunch there for the party.
The general committee will meet
again at the city hall next Tuesday
evening, when reports from the subcommittees will be heaid.
BINNS'FURNITURE STORE
irnwli'd
*:«, a,:.
VELVET  AND   TAPESTRY  RUGS:
We have an excellent assortment, all sizes ami
imported diroct from England, $ 1.50 to
cording to size and quality.
BRUSSELS AND TAPESTRY CARPETS:
In Blues, Crimsons,  Greene, lCtc, 05c,   75c and $150
pervard.
UNION carpets:
Nothing   better for   «ear.    TUty   are   full   vhi.1   wide.
50e per yard. -
STAIR CARPETS   AND STAIR PADS.
.    BINNS    .    .
UNDER
FURNITURE.
A KING.  ^
Under New Management
Hotel Alexander
R.  V. Chisholm, Prop-
Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating
Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy
furnished rooms. •
<\<. &
Phoenix, B
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' Phoenix Bee*
As made by the present brewer is admittedly the
Best Beer in the Boundary. With the Best -Malt
and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled tor
quality.     Insist   on   having  PHOIiNIX   BHF.K.
Spring Water Ice for Sale. Bottled Beer and Porter.
Phoenix Brewing Company
BINER & SONS,  Proprietors
Office and Brewerv, Banner St.
-•-•
PHOENIX, B.C.
a
Clothing I
The BEST, Cheapest
and most satisfactory
Clothing in Phoenix.
WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied
customers. If you don't oelieve it come
and examine goods.
A Fall Line of Underwear, Shirts, Shoes, Ties,etc,
iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old
and Cheapest prices.
THOMAS BROWN,
Men's Wear Exclusively.
IIIKNIK  HIOCK.
KNOB HILL AVE.,  PHOENIX.
3u>
Hilltaitt iftmier dta !£i&
Emntttint! Aurtutr.
Men's Suits
Men's Hats
Men's Shirts
Men's Shoes
and Chil-
If ¥Otf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will
find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing
for   spring.   We sell the kind that wear well and look well.
Men's Shirts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome iine of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.
Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new
spring blocks, in Black and Brown, also a nice range of
straw and linen hats.
Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should
see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes
and oxfords outshine them all,
Boy StfitS A new iot of perfect fitting noifolks   and   three
piece suits, stylish.
See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,
Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Undervvenr, Children's
Wash Dresses.
Girls' and Boys' waists.
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