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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 7, 1907

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 S5S^  AND  MINING JOURNAL.  3*  ���3  K  r#  M  m  Eighth Ykar.  PHOENIX,  BRITISH; COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907.  Men's Hats  We are making our first showing of  NEW FALL HATS. The styles  this season excell all previous ones.  The new blocks in stiff hats are such  that you cannot afford to do without  one. All the latest and nobbiest  shapes are to be found on our shelves  The Telescope, The Fedora, The  Flatiron, The Pony and  The Crush }i  at prices which cannot be discounted.  Men's iSuiting's  and  O v e r c o a t i ri g; s  i-;.   The new samples'for  Autumn  and   '  Winter  Suits, and  Overcoats   have   .-  arrived.   Consisting of the very best  best products of y. .-.':'���  English,   Scotch and  Canadian  Looms  These are strictly Up-to-Date goods.  Come in-and   leave  your  measure.  a*t for?et to Buy Wor labor Day Topi at  THE.  GRANBY G0.'S  NO. 8 DIVIDEND  COMING AND OOINfi  went  Again  Declared at 3  Per Cent*  Makes  Total   of  Paid.  j^^S*��S*l****S^Ml  Morreil's Hams and Bacon:  You will'never know what a difference there is in Cured Meats until  you try : MORRELL'S SUGAR  CURED, CORN FED MEAT.  Hams at 25 cents a lb. Bacon at 30  cents a lb._  Garden valley" fresh creamery  The directors of the Granby Consolidated, at a meeting held on Tuesday of this week at the New York  offices of the company declared the  regular quarterly dividend amounting j  to three per cent on the outstanding  capital shares of the company. The  declaration, like those previously made  this year, is announced as two per cent  regular and one per cent extra. As  there are 135,000 issued shares of the  .Granby Co., o�� the;f��ar valuer.of ? -$ioo;  each, this makes this dividend.-.like  tlie lasrslxT declarations of the company, amount to $405,000. This will  be dividend No. 8, and is payable from  the offices of the company in New  York on September 30. With the  payment of this dividend, the Granby  Co. will have distributed among shareholders a total of not quite $3,000,000,  all but $ 133 630 having been declared  and paid in about eighteen months.  Following are the dates and amounts  of the Granby dividends:  ...j..   ....   .'    '...   j     City Clerk M.   M.  Stephens  over to Nelson on Thursday.  Joe Black and wife have returned  from a visit to Rockford, Minn.  Mrs. John A. Morrin left last Saturday for a visit to Walla Walla, Wash.  Mr. and Mrs. , Wm; Delahay returned from a three months' vacation  trip to Wales.  $2,968,6301 Chief of Police Gunn returned Monday from a visit .to Nelson, where he  took a prisoner.    ,.  0  Daisy Horrell and Helen Gordon  went to Nelson Wednesday, where  they will attend school.  Miss Nellie Ingram,, of the post-  office staff, is spending a vacation with  friends at Slocan City., .:  William S. Macy went down to Spokane by last Sunday's, train, after  spending a couple of weeks here.  Miss Teresa McGregor, of Rossland,  j^bas been  visiting (wnh; Mrs.   M.  M.  Stephens, going -id*Greenwood  this  Wfiek._l":...'.l,i'-' "VS.  George W,  ti  Without exception, the finest butter  in town. Made in the morning and  delivered here the same evening,  thereby retaining its natural flavor.  This butter we sell at 40 cents,  and it is easily worth the difference  over ordinary Brick Butter..  We have the exclusive sale for  these two lines, and if you once try  them you will want no other.  No. r���December, 1903...$  No. 2���January, 1906. . . .  No. 3���February, 1906....  No. 4���September, 1906..  No. 5���December, 1906...  No. 6���March, 1907   No. 7���June, 1907   No. 8���September, 1907...  LABOR DAY'S  CELEBRATION  Over J,000 at Curlew  Lake.  Names of  Prize  Winners In  the Many Events.  Wooster, treasurer of the  Granby Co., returned to the Boundary  this week, having spent a 'couple of  weeks at the coast.  A. D. Strutzel, of Lind, Wash.,  brother of J. J. Strutzel, of the Granby  mines office, arrived here Wednesday  and expects to remain.  Local Manager Hodges, of the  Granby Co., went over to Kootenay  river this week to try the ' fishing,  meantime having six of  his   blast fur-  133.630,  405,000 j naces in operation.  405,000  405,000  405,000  405,000  405,000  405,000  lardware De  not weaiiier Necessities:  Screen Doors, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00  Window Screens, 50 to 75 cents. Wire  Screen any width from 24 to 36 inches.  Ice Cream Freezers,:"The Gem," 2 to  8 quarts.  Total $2,968,630  The annual meeting of the Granby  Co. has been called for October ist  at the New York office, when the reports for the company's fiscal year, end--  ing June 30 last will be made public.  Notwithstanding the great drawbacks  of fuel and car shortage last winter and  spring, curtailing operations at mines  and smelter to a considerable degree,  the report is expected to make a favorable showing when everything is- considered.  %B&m^*$M&.  wmmmM  Routine By City Council,  At Wednesday's semi-monthly meeting of the city council there was little  but routine business transacted. A  communication was read from the acting provincial secretary, advising the  council of the appointment of Alfred  S. Hood as police magistrate in place  of W. R. Williams. A letter was also  read from the same official advising, in  response to an inqury of the city clerk.1  of the appointment of A. S. Hood as  the third member of police and license-  ing commissioners, in place of D. G.  McDonald.  On being favorably reported by  the  finance committee,   the  following accounts were ordered paid:  Phoenix Electric Lighting Co.$ 109.06  Morrin, Thompson & Co....     28.05  George D. Turner      25.00  W. Cantalin     33-95  A. Frederic      31.95  Sam Rovelli ",      31-95  Donald Gunn     23.30  Annnal Tbaokgglvlaj Ball.  The Odd Fellows of Phoenix are  arranging to give their annual Thanksgiving ball, which will take place next  month in Miners' Union hall. The  exact date of the event has not been  announced, as the date of the general  Thanksgiving festival has not been pro  claimed as yet. The net proceeds of  the ball will be devoted to the British  Columbia Odd Fellows Home fund, it  being the intention of the order to  erect a home for aged Odd Fellows  and their families in the future.  Miss S. E. Howe, who has been  matron of the Phoenix General Hospital for the last three years, left for  Vancouver on Thursday, where she  expects to make her home in future.  Miss Jessie McKetizie, who has been  clerk in the postoffi-.-e for some months,  has accepted a position as school  teacher at Patterson, between R ossland  and Northport, and is having to  take up her new duties.  Miss. Annie Markley, of Vancouver,  a graduate of the Winnipeg General  Hospital, arrived this week, and has  assumed the position of matron of the  Phoenix General Hospital, being assisted by Miss Manhart and Miss  Dugan.  J. L.-: Martin and wife and daughter  went to Spokane Sunday, the family to  spend a week at Coeur d'Alene City,  while Mr. Martin visited the Carney  group, near Mullan, in which he is  largely interested. Miss Marjorie will  attend school in Spokane.  W. H. Callicotte returned from  Seattle on Thursday, where he met P.  V. Perkins, of New York, whose father  died in Seattle while en route to Phoenix. The remains of the father were  cremated in Seattle, and a little later  his son will reach Phoenix.  W. C. Fox, of Fox & Ross, Toronto,  was here last Saturday, and went to  Camp McKinney, and thence through  the Okanogan to the coast Mr. Ross  is one of the directors of the company  owning the Sailor and Minnehaha  mines in camp McKinney. His firm  was once very active in the Boundary,  owning a large interest in the townsite  of Columbia, now a part of Grand  Forks.  Although the skies were exceedingly  dewy, last Monday's Labor Day celebration by the unions of the Boundary  at Curlew lake was a success. The  unions taking part were the miners'  and smeltermen's unions of Grand  Forks, Greenwood, Boundary Falls,  Mother I ode and Phoenix, the C.P.R.  running special trains from all these  points to the- picnic grounds. When  the. train <;left> Phoenix the ��� rain was  falling iajtorrara&f but��� it-was- well'filied  nevertheless,-. and by the 'time the  several trains reached -Gurlcw lake, it  was estimated that over a thousand  persons had arrived.  Vincent St. John was unable to  reach Curlew that day, but Miss Ida  Crouch-Hazlett, a newspaper woman  of Butte, Montana, made an address  to the multitude, which was appreciated. Following are the results of the  sports which were held:  100 yards dash, free for all,��� ist, G.  Stendal; 2d, W. A. Murray.  100 yards dash for W.   F. M.  members���H. Brouillette; 2d, J. A. Carney.  50 yards dash, boys under  15���rsi,  Tom Lyden; 2d, N. Murray.  50 yards dash, girls under   15���rst,  Jennie Sullivan; 2d, Maggie Harrigan.  Sack race���E. Brouillette.  Running   broad  jump���ist,   J.   S.  Jost, 18 ft. 4 in.; 2d, G. Stendal, 17 ft.  8 in.  Running hop, step and jump���ist,  J. S. Jost, 37 ft. -8 in.; 2d, C. L.  Michael, 37 ft. 1 in.  Running high jump���ist, J. S. Jost;  2d, G. Stendal  WED DINuS OP TWO PHOENICIANS.  Sbea-Swamon and Mills Smith  NuptUls oa  Labor Day.  Two weddings of prominent citizens  of Phoenix took place on Labor Day,  last Monday. -��� :t_  Eugene Patrick Shea was united in  marriage to Miss Esther Swanson, the  ceremony being performed by Rev.  Father Hartman according to the rites  of the Catholic church,'and took place  that evening in the J. U. Boyle res'i  ���deuce, which Mtv Shea recently pur-  chastd and refitted. -John Mulligan  ; was best man, and M'^s; Eva : Swanson, sister of Mrs Shea, was bridesmaid; only a few intimate friends were  piesent.  Mr. Shea is one of the best known  residents of the Boundary, and has a  host of friends all over this section.  He first came to Phoenix in May,  1895, it being then a verjtable howling  wilderness, and located' the Blue Jay  and Red Rock mines.' For the last  several years he has been proprietor of  the Bellevue hotel. Mrs. Shea has  been a resident here for two or three  years, and also has many friends. A  large number of presents were sent to  Mr. and Mrs. Shea.  Ernest Eugene Walter Mills and  Miss Jessie Maud Smith were united  in marriage at the residence of A. D.  Morrison, at Grand "Forks, Rev. McLeod, of the Presbyterian church, performing the ceremony. The happy  couple came to Phoenix the same day  and will take up* housekeeping in the  Hewston flats Mr. Mills is manager  of the A. D. Morrison jewelry store in  Phoenix, while Mrs. Mills formerly resided at St. Maries, Ont., arriving in  Grand Forks last Monday.  No one in Phoenix has heretofore  been more enthusiastic than Mr. Shea  in serenading newly married couples,  and several hundred residents did not  overlook the opportunity of complimenting him in the same way on  Tuesday evening, to which suitable response was made. Mr. and Mrs.  Mills were also remembered in a like  manner. '���'- ' ' ���  PROTESTING AGAINSfr*  EXPORTS OF COKE  Uacle Tom.  Downie's Uncle Tom's Company,  which gives a night performance under  canvas in Phoenix, on Tuesday, Sept.  17th, is said to carry the greatest  troupe of genuine southern Negro Jub-  ilee,1 ^Singers, DahceES,^and 'Cake-  Walkers in the business. This part of  the entertainment alone is well worth  the price of admission, and they have  been creating a great deal of favorable  comment everywhere.  Little Miss Hackett, who plays the  part of Eva, is a wonderful child. She  is only 7 years of age, and is very  versatile, and her singing and dancing  specialty is one of the most pleasing  features of the performance. A grand  street parade will be given daily. Admission 25c. and 50c.  Boundary Unions Pass Resolu-  ���':";���;'"-'"'';;.,     ��� tions. ���,':;'-.'..  Realizing the bad effect of coke exports frorii British'-Columbia,' while  local smelters are suffering and running  short, time for'lack of coke, Rossland  Miners' Union last week passed a  resolution asking the government that  it be stopped.. This week Phoenix  Miners' Union: No. 8 took similar  action, and it is Understood that the  othier Boundary unions are doing ihe  same thing. Following are the resolutions passed in Phoenix last Saturday  night:  Whereas, the mining and siiii-liing'  interests of Southern British Colin,bia  are being hampered "by a lack of cuke,  v.iiich, if continued, will tesult in the  closing df all the mines and 'smellers;  and,       ; ���" ':���'..'<��� '���'''-.'   ���"'.''     "'.  Whereas,-by; a coke shortage, a large  number of ,our'> members are already  out of employment; and,  Whereas, the shortage is due, in  large degree, to the fact that 27,590  tons of coke have been sent out of  Brftish Columbia to United States  smelters during the present  year, and,  Whereas, the charter of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal Coal Co. provides that  all smelters and mines in Yale and  Kootenay shall be furnished at all  times with a sufficient supply of coal  and coke; and,  Whereas, the provincial government  having laige areas of coal lands in reserve, and .we are of the opinion that  it would be well for the government to  place these coal lands in such a state  of development, that they could control all such situations arising in the  future; therefore, be it  Resolved, that the members of  Phoenix Miners' Union, No. 8, W. F.  M., urge that the government ; immediately enforce the penalty against  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., as  contained in its charter, for failure to  provide sufficient coke for the- operation of smelters and mines in the districts of Yale and Kootenay. ;  New Enterprise tor Phoenix.  In another column will be noted the  card of H. A. Munro, the . contractor  -and builder, who is branching out, and  will hereafter deal in.J^imeubrick ^nd.  all kinds of building materials, having  several cars now on the road. Mr.  Munro has started burning lime at the  lime quarry southeast of the city, and  will soon be prepared to supply everything in the lines mentioned.  jump  L.  i  -ist,   J.  iichael, 9  -ist, J  S. Jost: 2d, W. A.  Cheap Rate* to Coast.  On account of the Victoria Exhibition, Victoria, B. C, Sept. 24th to  28th, the C. P. R- will make the  following reduced round trip rate from  Phoenix, $21.80. Tickets on sale  20th to 24th, and good to return Oct.  3rd. For the Provincial Exhibition,  New Westminster, Oct. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,  round trip rate from Phoenix, $19.30.  Tickets on sale Sept. 27th to Oct znd,  good to return Oct. 10th. These^ are  nice cheap rates to the coast, round  trip ticket at lest, tlian single fare. Call  on local agent for particulars.  Standing  broad  Jost, 10 ft.; 3d,   C.  3 in-  Vaulting  Murray.  Putting 16 lb. shot���J. Prescott,  36 ft.; 2nd, John Mclver, 35 ft. 2 in.  Throwing hammer���ist, John  Miller; 2d, J. D. McLean.  Tossing the caber���D. j. Ryan; 23  ft. 4 in.  Swimming race���ist,\V. R. Thomas;  2d, Frank Kimble.  There was a water polo exhibition  from Grand Forks, with six on each  side. Great interest was taken in the  tug of war, for which a prize of $75 was  hung up. Grand Forks and Phoenix  went at it, and finally Grand Forks  was announced the winner. Greenwood refused to pull in the tug of war  with Grand Forks because it was  claimed that the saddle did not fit, and  it is intended to pull off a tug between  the two teams some time in Phoenix  in the near future.  The judges were Walter S, Cook, of  Phoenix, and W. S. Miller, of Grand  Forks, J. O. Ellis being the starter and  D. S. Ryan the supervisor.  About two o'clock the next morning  the special train reached Phoenix, a  good time being reported notwithstanding the dampness. Had ��� the  weather been good, the railway could  not have carried the passengers; as it  was, a number of box cars were forced  in service, there not being enough  coaches for the crowds that attended.  E. Spraggett, road foreman, now has  about 20 men in camp here, but the  wet weather recently has de'aved the  work on the new wagon road east of  the city.  Eighteen stores are being erected on  one street alone in North Vancouver,  and practically all on one side of that  street, the west side of Lonsdale avenue. Although all are small, every  one is required to meet the demand  from the rapidly growing residential  portion of the city. This is shown by  the pleasing fact that tenants are ready  1 for the stores before the stores are  ready for them. This is true even of  the buildings which have only the  foundations laid.  Increased Customs Returns.  The collections at the Phoenix custom house for the month of August  were the largest since the office was  established, amounting, according to  the figures furnished to the Pioneer, to  $3,444. In addition to this, internal  revenue collections, for that month  were $600, making a total of $4,044  collected here by the Dominion  government for August.  Presbytery Meeting.  Kootenay Presbytery will hold its  regular meeting in Grand Forks next  Tuesday, September 10th. Rev.  Samuel Lundie, of Phoenix, who is the  present secretary of the body, will  attend, and Rev. G. A. Wilson, of  Vancouver, the recently appointed  missionary superintendent of thechurch  for British Columbia, is also expected  to be present. Formerly Alberta and  British Columbia were under one  superintendent of missions.  t  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  September  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1900, for  %oi. 1. r  1902. for 1903, for 1004, for 1005, for 1906, and 1907. as reported to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  Pa>t  190a       1903         1904          1905       1906       1907    Week  309.8S8   393.7'8   S49.703   653.889 S01.404   114.2.;"   1 J,119  20,800      71,212        8,426     85,291      1.1 It,  1900  64.553  *97  1901  231,762  1.73'  141,3a0  14,811  8.53��  t  1,076  2,250  802       7,455     '5.731  SSO  150  500  Latest Prices 10 Metals  Nkw York���Copper, electrolysis. *17.  50(3*17.00; lake. $13.50    @ $18.00.  Bar Silver, 69%  F .*>��.!. <5.15 to J6.26.  Spelter, $5.80 <g $5.90  Supt. P.  McKinney  yesterday.  1). Ahier, of  mine,   was   a  the Cariboo-  visitor here  Mink.      Camp.  Granby Mines_Phoeuix  Snowshoe. Phoenix  B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwd     5.340     99.034  B. C. Mine Summit    19,404     47,405  Kmma .Summit   ���. 650  Oro Denoro ...Summit    ��   Bonnie Belle Deadwood      Dominion Copper Co.  Ilroolclyn-Stem..Phnlx       Idaho Phoenix      Kawhidc Phoeuix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountn Rose Summit  Athelstan. Welling ton  Morrison ...Deadwood  K. Bell Summit  Senator Summit  Brey Fogle _ Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur Kiug_.Summit  Winnipeg.... Wellington  OoldeuCrowu Wellngtn  King Solomon W.Coppr  3ig Copper W.Coppr  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel Long Lake  ��� Kiversidc.Rock Creek  A Carmi West Fork  ]    Sally West Fork  <> Ksmbler  West Fork  < k Butcher Boy.West Fork   ..       _.   T Duncan WestFork      ��� Provideuce...Provideuce    _ 219  Klkhorn Providence      Slrathmoie.Provideuce    ~ _..  Preston ..Skylark      Prince Henry--Skylark      Skylark Skylark    ~_        LastChauce Skylark      K. P. O. Miuc.Skylaik      Bay Skylark      Mavis _ Skylark      Don Pedro Skylark      Crescent Skylark    -   Helen Greenwood      Ruby-...Boundary Falls     80       Republic Boundary FUs    -   Miscellaneous      3.230      3.456 325  Total,tons    96.600   390,800   508.876  . Smelter treatment���  Qranby Co....-    62.387   230,828   ��ia.j40  B.C.CopperCo -.. -    117.6"   148,600  Dominion Copper Co.  138,079  19.36S  22,937  15.537  174,298  37,960  16,40a  ��� 74.567 105.90��    1.4SS  9,485 " N14  3.007 3.'"  VS757  1.370  5-054  6.3>l  2,011  4-1"  60  ���.      3-1.350  875  665  2.000  350  785  625  482  2,060  "890  5.646  3.339  363  J.435  3.070  3,350  :,7S9  4.586  3.4SO  222  364  33  55.731  140,6*5  3.900  79  >5.loS  3.056  4,747  1,833  13  150  30  145  26,031  48,390  3^55  J'J.5S8  11,41S  4i>.5"5  23.550  040  8. lb  '���U9  875  993  400  107  SOO  726  325  53  V>  300  60  750  535  6S9  ^55  73  20  40  90  so  500  5S6   3"  106  76  .2  1.140  15  589  45  t  t  ���  ���  690,419 829,808 933,548','61.537 Su,l7i  401,921 5v6,?52   687,988 3j8,>79 409 m, 1  162,313 210,404   210,830    (13,740 202,70;-  132,5,0 30,930    84,059   J1S.8II  125,67?  ���l.'/j"  4-  pi  'hi  4  '���im  m  mi  \'.f,���:!&���:'������  ,'!:ic-':  '}%%���  $M %  X\%.  si If  rf 'oil*  *      "TO  rf  mm  !  I  o  (����������'  B%  1  'HE   PHOENTX  PTONEER.  t-     j- .. - .�����;   .   _ ���< ���   _ .:    ':   i.    ������.;X.  Kfe*  | OUR COPPER CORrtERi  MATTKRS OK   IVIKKF.ST   TO   TIIOSK    INTKRKSTKD    IN    TIIK t  sniiiBg'TMfli'i..  IKRESTEI  INDUSTRY  V COPPER   MINING  m  sioMti'Kiti'i'U ��>e>a ��>���<<*> *>���-<���> ty*"Ci�� ��>���<**>  How Copper Ores Occur.  Copper   ores  occur in  granite,  at  Butte, Montana; in limestone, at-,Bis*  bee, Arizona;  in  quartz-porphyry,  in  Shasta county, Cal,; in uvea schist, at.  Green   Mountain,   Mariposa   county,  stances are of record where men sought  the ores of one metal so eagerly that  those of other metals.were for the time  befrifi overlooked entirely; It is said  the quartz miners of Clear Creek, Colorado, mined up  that-canyon- many  ^<# Perfect Flavor  _--...    ...������..,,,.,���,   monjiuoa   county,   "'"����! "ircu :up   mm--canyon- many  Cal.; in chiastolite  slate, at   Daulton,  >'ears for silver, and near, the head of  Merced rni.nfv foi . I�� -��J .,���..j���*,      th^ r>flntinM r��...-j ,u i ti a  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining TOUrna!,  IMDBO C��S*T0ROAVH BV TBB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT raoKRiz. B. c  Mf. B. WILLCOX. MANAaKN.  T.i.ni,n.M 1 Business office No. 14.  Telephone! j >,,���������,, residence, No. 15.  ���nucBirrioMS im advawcb.  rerVrar. .'....;   Six Months...   To the United States, per year.   ����sBSi��>^*>s��HSlsiS<*��asIBs��f*lkis^ �� *��^s^��*����^"^s*sw^��*��fca^"��s��^^^"*Baa��Js����^BS��������s��,*��w^  Ur^u are not a subscr ber to this paper, this  ����� an Invitation to you to become one.  ..fj.oe  .. i.��5  .. 3.50  I    John  Houston  is  still  issuing his  weekly Empire  from   Prince Rupert,  even though the Grand Trunk   Pacific  will not sell him a lot or permit him to  unpack his printing plant there.    The  printing is  done  in   Vancouver, 6o"o  miles distant.    John is becoming rest:  less, and it is safe to say that he will  yet make it interesting for the railway  company���for John is built  that way.  Incidentally, the railway company has  another newspaper  in  view for  that  point, but a little thing like that, will  not trouble John Houston in the least.  He would publish, and make a readable paper, too, if there were a  dozen  papers there.   :        ,  Merced county, Cal.; in red sandstone,  in Paradox Mts., Montrose county,  Colorado; in mica schist, at the United  Verde mine, Yavapai county, Arizona;  native, in sandstone and conglomerate  and in amygdaloydal diabase, in the  Lake Superior region, Michigan; in an-  desite, in Peru; in limestone and quartz-  porphyry, at Cananea, Mexico; in  porphyry und limestone, at Bingham,  Utah; in diorite, in British Columbia,  hear Phoenix; in coarse, highly silicious  hornblende schist, at Britannia mine,  on Howes Sound, B, C; in porphyry  at Ely, Nevada. In fact, copper arid  its ores occur in rocks of every description and of every geological age, including the quartenary, an instance of  the latter type, being at the Copper  Basin 'mines, near Prescbtt, Arizona.  The prospector should accept conditions as he finds them and not. start  but with peculiar notions, which may  lead him astray in his hunt for the  metal; and, incidentally, while searching for copper, do not overlook other  minerals   of  equal   importance.    In-  the canyon found gold, and then went  over the same ground mining for gold.  It is scarceh/ probable that this is literally true, but it indicates the curious  habits of the genus miner.���American  Mining Review.  TEA  oaus.   Every infusion is Delicious Because the  Quality is there. Sold Only in Lead Packets.  At all Grocers'.'  Black, Green and Mixed.    Highest Award Sl.Louis, 1904.  "Dream Copper."  Under the above heading the Statist  0f;Boston, hits out  manfully against  the imaginary; quotations oh copper of  the New York   Metal  Exchange; it  says:; "The New   York   Metal   Exchange,    which   usually   conducts   a  circus all by itself, although  it deals  almost entirely in "dream" copper, has  been having a lovely time.   In spite of  the fact that the- metal selling companies who have the real stuff for sale  have made no concession in price, the  Exchange  keeps  marking   the   price  down, usually showing some attention  to what is transpiring on  the equally  unreliable London-Exchange, which is  more subject to manipulation than any  other exchange in the world purporting  to deal in a commodity;" r  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothin^ifV Pfioertix.  I. Ii. HALLETT  Bakristkr, Solicitor,  NOTARV 1'u.,,, .  CableArtdress:       HALLKTT,  ( Hedfoid M'Nell's  Codes J Moielug .v Neal's  1  w��w.--.mK  . < Leitier's.  Grbunwood, Jj.c  TUCK    COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM,  Hotel Balmoral _  Cor. First & Knob Hill Ave.  rHOENlx, B, 0  ft  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods.  A Fill Line of Underwent, Shirts. Shoes, Ties.etc.r  1 'r'    '���'���:   just arrived.1   All new seasonable goods at old  r.      '"���"'":"';.'     and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,  Men's Wear Exclusively. knob hilWI^'SoV.  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A. M.  Kegular communication 8 u ���,     ..  ond Thursday oreach mouth.        l  Kmergent meetings nscalle<l-M��.��� ,  Half, McIIMe Block, ",e"'M����>iilc  M.M.HTHI'IUCNS.  Secretary.  J. J. STI< UTznt  W.M.  Pliant 2;  ���'������I- O. O. F.  ,SNOW8HOKI.QUU��N0.16  Meets every Monday Uveulug at Miners' 11.1  Visiting brethreu cordially Invited.  J.P.HcDougal,   N. 0  '"-   Plckard, Fer, Pi���. secy,  Wm.  PHOKMX   ABBlli   No   . -M  PROVINCIAL.  1907  SEPT.  1907   ���     '-'" ''��� "-"'��� "���"' " *~     "     ���      G.G.S.  Lindsay, manager of the  Advertising rate* furaiahea on application. ���        ,    . T T,       ��� r.     , r.      , .  l��c.i notice. >. and jce.t. per n?e.   ' Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. has made  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's a lengthy rejoinder to the statements  t c��rtjiBt  __ |tj)at ^ave been published regarding the  coke shortage in British Columbia  smelters, sending copies to the press.  The railways,-the mines and the smelters are jointly partially blamed for the  recent conditions cokewise, but Mr.  Lindsay also lays part of the blame on  the mines of the Boundary for having  given an increase in wages, and in that  way attracting his men   from   the coal  O  cost  Us. Mm. Tim. Wat*.   To. Fr<.   Sit.  I  a  3  4 5  6  7  8  9  10  it 12  13  14  '5  16  17  18 19  20  21  22  23  *4  35  *6  27  28  29  30  Nelson's   new   theatre is   to  $7,S��k   '������'..'  The Canadian Bank of Commerce is  opening a1 branch at Alberni.  On September 14th the Vancouver  Daily Province will issue a "Land of  Opportunity" ussue, with 168 pages,  fully illustrated.:  It is said that Vancouver is to have  a new and- independent telephone  system, the stock having been subscribed and charter applied for.  Last, Sunday the .Nelson Daily  News issued a "Prosperity and De-  velopmeht"''eSitVohi' of 24' pages, fully  illustrated. It should serve the purpose intended~fo excellent advantage,  and doubtless will do so.  It is said that agents of the Canadian  Remarkable   to   state,  there   haye  been  no  escapes ���' reported  from  the  New    Westminster   penitentiary' this  "weelr, upfto the time of gojng^to press.  Things look brighter for the build:  ing of the Midway & Vernon railway,  with the C. P. R. taking a hand in the  game. It will be a good thing for the  Boundary as well as for the C. P. R.  mines of East Kootenay to the  metal, -*��.�� u. u,e Canadian  mines of the Boundary.    If Mr. Lind- Nortn.er? Railway have  entered  into  say  would  pay   better'wages   to   his  employees, he would probably have  less trouble to secure men or to keep  them after he hired them.  This   week   the   Rossland   Miner  printed an editorial' on   the  coke  situation,- which  was  also   wired  to  number of outside papers.    The Nel  son   News   printed   the   story,   and  editorially says that   it   looks  like an  attack "on the Great  Northern and an  attempt to close the Northport smelter,  which handles the ores of the  LeRoi  mine from Rossland.    The News also  (negotiations with the Tsempsian  Indiansfor the purchase of the reserye  at Port Simpson. The CanadiafaNor-  thern expects to make this their Pacific  terminus, the price demanded for the  waterfront being $t,000,000;    ;  With Jupiter Pluvius doing so much - _    .,,��� ���CWi> -lb0  business this year, there   is little fear remarks that public   bodies  have no  of serious damage from forest or bush  idea of taking a hand in a quarrel be  fires, which are usually ��n vioo��.-,,^.\.��� Irurcon f,.,n -���.-i...���..  ,   .-   . .  fires, which are usually so destructive.  That is one blessing, anyway, from the  wet weather lately prevailing.  Rossland ~ Miners'   Union   passed  resolutions to be sent  to  the govern  tween two railway companies, but wish  to see the smelters of Kootenay and  ,    Will Look After P��lr Vlsitora.  The Spokane, chamber of commerce  a j is now perfecting pjahsforithe-ci^ ot  .1.1 visitbrrro-rherhterstate fair this year,  and it is probable that the same' plan  followed last year will be adopted  during the coming fair, which will be  held in Spokane from September 23 to  October 6.  The chamber of commerce will list  all rooms which will be available during the fair, these lists being kept at  the rooms of the chamber. Strangers  arriving in the city who do not care to  go to a hotel, or who cannot be accommodated at any of'the hotels, and  ''PiiurlBg 0��l SUidiril Oll'i Bif Flie7  ,;   It is the income for; one year at 4  per cent on $731,000^000.-  It is a-tiifle more* than-^iwrtf-the  money coined each yeartby;the United  States government. /  It is about 2per cent ofthenatidnal  debt in 1906;, ^  It is 35 cents for every-man", woman  and child in the whole country.  If.they contributed all their salary,  it would take the presidents of the-|  United States 585 years to pay the  amount  It would take 418,730 city street  laborers one year to work out* the  amount.  It would maintain the United States  army and navy two months;  It is the annual revenue of J;Mexico.  It is the cost of five first-class'battleships.  It is nearly one-half the capital of  the Bank of England.  It is nearly one.half the. number of  silver dollars in circulation^  It is $3,060,000 more' than' the'  ^���profit" of operating!the^natibriaV government last-year.      - !   -i'v,;  It is 29' times' the capital 'stock of  the Standard piliCompanyj of Indiana','  the corporation^fined.*;:'.,  ]������,:."'���'.'������:���.:; ;  It is 4,783'. times the; annual ; salary'  of Judge Landis, who imposed the,finer   It iccurEciant tofitt-wtrtiT3Urc^d����tL ���  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Liac of Fresfc aid Cured Meats.  Peiltry, Fish aid fane ii Seasoa.  All    Orders  Receive  Prompt Attention.  u��lou Han.   "'  VIhIIIiik  nhvayti 1  brother.  1 '< I  OIIK-  J   Wkik, w. I'.  IlAKHV JAMIES,  W. Sec  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway, Eholt ami  all the other  "   principal Oitiee arid Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters:  NEL8ON, B.C.-  Headquarters for.Boundary :���  GREENWOOD; B.C.  Greenwood  l��eavePhoenix, upper town, 9.00 a.m. 1  , . ..- "       ��� ." lower town,   9.30a.m. \ Standard Time  Leave  Grreefiwobd      -        3.00 p. m.J  Pronipt Attention to Express and Freight.  PHOENIX OFFICE, WITH H. JAMES, KNOB HILI. AVE.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  s**a9*mma*s*9%*mana*9uawa*mWg**  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Time Inspector for S. F. & N.  (High Class Goods always iu Stock.)  Gkand Fobkb, B.C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T. TURANO,  Prop.  lars 17 7 flat cars of a capacity  of 33,-  000 pounds.���Chicago Tribune.  ment, regarding the bad effects of the employment to   many  miners  in this  coke shortage on  the steady  employ-  province.   With this position all should  _���~.v....��r ��uu  ��� ......vu����icu ai any orrne notels, and  Yale   supplied  wuh~'coke,   including nuking inquiry at the rooMs^of the  .    j ;T . ,      .       ...      ,..       l  chamber of commerce will be directed  that at Northport, which, although tooneofthese houses, being told in  located in the United States, treats advance just what the charge "for a  British Columbia ores and  thus gives room will be.  ment of men, and the Boundary  unions are doing the same thing. It  .is quite evident that the men whose  pay stops when coke stops coming, are  in earnest in this matter���-and it is no  wonder.  ��� If one could really get at the bottom  of this ever recurring coke shortage, it  would make interesting reading. Possibly the government can do so/and-if  so its findings should, be, given'.[.publicity at once. Unless tactics change  somewhere,   there   will   be   a   worse  agree. If it is a struggle between the  C. P. R. and the G. N., as intimated,  let them fight it out, but in the meantime the mining and smelting industry  should not suffer.  The jaxative effect,of Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets is so'agree1  able arid so natural y6u.;,can.".hardly  realize that it is produced By a'.medicine. These tablets also cure irirjiges-"  tion and biliousness. Price 25 cents.  Samples free at all druggists.  Boots and Shoes muuc <.u order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  rroof.-  Flrsi SI reel - Opp. Knob Hill  Psotsli, 8. C.  Baifdisf Lot Waatctl.'  Undersigned wishes to trade shares  in good, active silver property, neat  Wallace, Idaho, for building lot in  Phoenix or Greenwood. Apply;to C;  Swanson, Box 131, Phoenix; B.C.  The Cranbrook Herald  thinks  that  Duncan Ross, M.P., would easily win  the constituency of Yale-Cariboo again.  Well, let us see.    Out  of something  like,3,5oo votes cas'v31 ,JhVJ,ast7.'i)p-  minion  election,..the genial  member  from'Greeriwdod���who, by the wayj is,  ' I developing into quite a politician���won  : u�� i-~��� o- ��������  FUTH ANNUAL  Fruit Pair  .    .-      !,.      . .  -    .   .������������..        ,       by a bare 82   votes.    Just  43   turned  shortage this  winter  than  last, when   ./ ,,, J   ,.   J    , ,  x  .. ....      .   ,    . ,     .    votes would have beaten him: and that  weather conditions helped to make it    . ,     , ���,,  ,        .   r , election was gerrymandered, too. What  extremely acute for some weeks. ,, ,        ,,.-..,,,  would have happened if it   had taken  This week the Granby Consolidated  declared its .eighth dividend and the  first dividend of the British Columbia  Copper Co. was due for payment in  New York. This makes a pretty good  week's business for two of the Boundary copper producers in the matter of  profit sharing, amounting to over $600,-  000. And, in all���human probability,  this will continue to occur at tegular  intervals hereafter.  place at the same* time as the other  general elections, even the editor of the  Cranbrook Herald can figure out with  little comfort. The fact is that the  Conservatives have a better chance today than ever before to win Yale-Cariboo, even though the election is gerrymandered again to give our friend  Duncan a better fighting chance. That  he knows this is evidenced by his  keeping his weather eye on the constituency in various ways.  l^> 1% 20,  1907  ^I^KSffi TM%UVEIh8?���;  Cheap excursions rates  on all transportation lines:   For information or prize  list write  C. W. BTJSK,  President.  Now that there seems  to  be little I  doubt that a Dominion election will be'  . pulled off at no distant date���some say  by   next   March���the  politicians  are  warming up.    For instance, we  find  the Grit press referring to the "alleged"  platform of the  Hon.   R. L.   Borden,  leader of the opposition.    The  first  thing we  know  the same authorities  will be speaking of the "alleged" efficiency of the postoffice  department, or  the "alleged" appointments of Sir Wilfrid Laurier to the  Dominion cabinet  ���if they don't watch out.    What is  the matter, anyway, with  playing the  game lair?  IX C. McMORRJS,  Sec, P.O. Box 95,  Nelson^BiG.  A creditable job of printing on the stationery: you use,  is like a good suit of clothes when one is doing business  ���first impressions count.  If you use a rubber stamp on your letter heads or envelopes, you will? be put down as of the rubber1 stamp  calibre: If you are- a business man, and use no printed-  stationery, it is, natural to suppose that your business is  not of sufficient importance to require it, and yoctr: criftdit;  likewise.  If you wish Modern Stationery, gotten up by competent  workmen,   worked on  the   best   of stock,   imported  or  , domestic���^-stationery that does not have the earniarns of  the Cheap John pfintery, we can furnish it from the only  print shop in the Boundary operated by'elecllfdify*.  We know that business; men of| Phoenix have sent to  Spokane, Chicago, Detroit, Hamilton,.', St. I^biiis, Omaha  and other places,   in  the paSt, for printing that could  have  been" done   right   hereV-arid   probably  in   better  style.     We'd charge a little more,'of course,  just as the  merchant must charge  more than  Cheap John Tim, of  Toronto���and  its worth  a little  more.     Besides, if you  spend  your dollars.' 'heie for printing, you have a chance  to-get them back some day through  the   Pioneer and   its  employees.    If you spend them in the East, you'll never  see them again.      We have print shop faeilities*' that no-  other office in this section possesses.    Come arid'see us.  15pr.il?):::  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  . ���_^The most pertectly ���ppointed llcslih  ���nd Plestlire Resort In the West, with a com-  pletesystem or Baths���including Turkish and  Russian. Open the year round. The curatl?:  properties of iU waters are uuequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervoui aud Muscular Troubles.  For Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ���iltnents.  ForKllmlnatlngallMeUlllePoISDns from th  System  The erandeur ol   .he scenery   Is unrivalled  Mountains, snow peaks, forests, lakes.wBierialla.  Mating, yachting, fishing, shooting,  excursii m  IU winter climate   '  tennis,  mildness      is unsurpassed for  HARRY HcINTOSH,  Ptoorletor  MINERAL ACT.  (Form F.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Tiger" aud "Custer   Fractional"   Mineral  Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division  ofYale District.  Where locited���Iu Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE  that  I, Isaac H. Hallett, ns  I agent for Daniel  Bresnahan, Free  Miner's Cer-  I tificate, No B 10117, intend, sixty days from date  hereof,  to apply   to the Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims  And further take notice   that action,   under  section   37,  mu-t  be   commenced    before   the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this ist day of June, A.D., 1907.  39-  L H. UALLBTT.  Chambfrlaln'g Couth Remedy One of Ihe Bex  00 Ihe Market.  For    many     years    Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy has constantly gained  in favor and popularity until  it is non-  one of the most  staple  medicines  in  use and has an enormous sale.    It is  intended   especially  for acute  ihroat  and   lung  diseases,  such  as   coughs,  colds and croup, and  can  always   be  depended upon.    It  is  pleasant and  safe to take  and  is  undoubtedly  the  best in the market for the purposes for  which   it  is  intended.    Sold   by   all  druggists.   , .  Encycloypaedia Britannica 26 vols,  for sale at less than half cost. Inquire  at Pioneer office.  Pioneer Publishing Co.  Pioneer Building, PhOeniX. B.C  MINERAL ACT.  Cetlflcite of Improvements.  NOTI"R,  "WOODSTOCK"   Mineral   Clnlm, Situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District  Where   located ��� Greenwood   camp, in  t,he  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  TARE NOTICE that I, Adolphe Sercu, Kree  Miner's Certificate No. B1075, intend, sixty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown (Irani of the above  claim.  And further take notice that   action, under  section   37,   must    be   commenced   before the  Issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of October, A. D. 1906.  5 ADOLPH BKRCU.  * BOUNDARY prviDi^nrJs.  NAMJK OP COMPANY.  B. C. Copper Co ���copper.   Csu-lboo-McKloney���gold   Consot M. & 8.���fold-copper  drutiby Consolidated���copper,  Providence���silver...............  ADTHOIl-  IZKD  i  CAPITAL.  $3,000,000  I.ayi.OOO  5,300,000  15,000,000  SBABBg.  Issued  Par  Paid  1906  503,000  ii \.  i)350,oool Ji  48,338$ioo  I35,ooo|Jioo  M��.O0o|     ;;��J4����<5| .fe!  ��4i,6go  [}f,630^00  &���*�����  Hojplief Donations  Cidt of Donations received  since Jan.  '1st, 1905, to the Phoenix General Hospital :  Cash Jlo ��� R. Horrell  CashSaj J. B. Macaulay  Outfx ��..���.��� A. V. Berry  Boole Case..,:. ���.... A. K. H. (JIark  Bt<rLinen;<dos ..Hospital Ladies Aid  Caah fco _ K. T. Bank  Cashjfo Jas. McCreath  Cash $35. Canadian Knnd Drill Co.  Spring Cot A. B. Hood  Maple flyrup ���. A Friend  Gentleman's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. B. Boyle  Old Linen _ Mrs. I. Crawford  I Bor Books ���Mrs. B. A. W. Hodges  Caahfao ��� A Grand Forks Friend  Dominion Copper Co_ Full Set Boiler Tubes  Cord Wood F. Buckless  AVERAGE PRICES   OF COPPER  : ���New York���  Biectrolytlc. Lake.  MOO    1907     1906   1907  Tofal  to Date  J.563,630 June, 1907j  38^|stt^.1,560l  lSldntn.  Janmty.....  ���Febr&flry...,  jMkrchV.....  i&Ky. .V.V.'  June .    . ,  July   August   September..  October ....  November..  December...  itag&ft^ftiaaftBagiftja^ Year;  itr.31  17.86  lOG  18.37  18.45  18.44  18.19  18.43  19 14  21.27  21.99  23.03  24.56  24.93  26.07  24.27  24.15  22.82  22.12  18.41  18.11  18.04  18.08  18,72  18.71  18.58  18.61  19.29  2171  22.84  23.38  1K60  ���24.88  25.20  25,47  24.17  25.17  24.01  21.31  I  a*  ti  1  4  4  J  H  t:  mmmmm^  p**wi����  ikhb��p% ���jnsssti��s����s��*sj������pi,"iiii_ii i i,,_. ;���_(._. , ,_  iy:l^'.i.:'ji.i^.vWX:ll,^^Ai'i��'.'i'  i!;iSSt5Stasss��!it  .a*  S��w��i^^  t  TW8?f PHOEWr-^  PIONEER.  4  t  ii  |��jfc*44��4��6*4  ;Skin Protection  Korskin comfort, skin health,  skin beauty and for protection  against hard water, strong  sun aud wind use  WORKING ALL IN'ORE  AT THE LONE STfc&f  U]  Own"  It is the best for every toilet  purpose for babies, women  and men.  Its daily use keeps the skin  smooth and the complexion  beautifully clear and fresh.   , ���  Albert Soaps Ltd. Mlrs.,   ���  Montreal  Beware of imitations and sutstitutm.  Jmf  *******  WHEN  Your stomoch  TROUBLES YOU  and you are afraid to eat because of tho suffering you know  must follow; whon you are  plagued with wind, headache,  pains in tho stomach or back,  Biliousness or Constipation.  TAK*    M0TH��R  I      TAI  1-  ^^^H* Pri��60ot�� pcrbottle.ftoldrrfrywbtr*  ^���jA. J.WHITE & CO.. MONTJttfAt  SEIGEL'S  SYRUP  *******  s**m*mm  Extensive. Dieim&nSDhUmgr to  v   ' Be&Dlanes   .  At ilie Lone Star and Washington  iniiu! a crew of 12 liieii is ut present  cm ployed, mainly inj exploratory work;.  says the. Anaconda ?News. Since^the  B. C. Copper Co. took oyer the property, a total of nearly 1550 feet o#de-  velopment work has-been done ortHwo  levels, consisting of 250 feet of raises,  about 245 feet of drifts and crosscuts  on the upper level, and some io5offeet  on the lower. In! addition, a new  tunnel (No. 4) has been run a distance  of about 200 feet. Most of the work  has been in ore. Chutes have been  put in at the bottoms of all the raises,  in readiness for opening stopes.  A great deal of diamond drilling^will  be done on the property this fall*and  winter; A new drill has been : purchased from the Diamond Drill Son  trading Co. of Spokane, and is^ expected to arrive this week. This-will  be used at the B. C. mine* in- Summit  Camp, for several months, and later be  transferred to the Lone Star mine.  About a carload :j of- sorted 'tore is  being shipped daily. A new section  of wagon road connecting the Lone  Star bins with the old Shawnee mine  ore road is being built lo facilitate  hauling ore down the hill to the spur  on the Kettle Valley railroad near  Danville. Three four horse teams are  engaged in hauling at present. All  ore shipped to date has been takenout  in the course of exploratory worio  Recently a lot of orcwas sent to the  Interstate Co 's-.miH" at Cftesaw, Wn.,  for coricentratibnvtestsi^ The results of  the tests have not yet been made  public. .  5EUED m wsss  COMPLICATION OF  PELVIC DISEASES.  Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and  ' Usefulness to Pe��ru=na.  Read the Letters, of Gratitude' From Women VWia i  Have Been Benefltett  By Dr. Hartman's,  Advices  A Multitude of Such Letters  Are Received Eve��y��Yieaeiit i  A TYPICAL LETTfitf  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  K.nini'eil 18S)2���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  I'ruviilctj  a Christian   liolne lor muii  ciitH of  lioth i-ext's HLvmodernUs   rules  1[uh it prop.ainl.ory chips for j'niior stud  fins, iloinu grade  public w.hool   work  Poos high ffiiool work, rotifers all high  sehuol privileges, and prepares for tear-h-  erH'examinations.    Teaches till branches  of a I'rnctical Business Course andgivei?  Diplomas,   (jives a liberal education 111  ite Collegiate Course and in tlie Ladies'  Course lor M.15.L. ami AI.L.A.    In University work, can take students through  lhe complete Arts Course, and 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. BowWl. Bnrear.  NOTICE.  i <  In tlie ninileror the I.nud Registry Act, and in  the uiattrr of the Title to Lot 8, Mock II Cimeron  Mineral Claim (Map 5.;) City of Phoeuix. B.C.  Whereas Ihe Ccifhcte ol Title of AllRl.  Truuiilxv. beini; Certificate of Title, No.-5101 a  to the above hereditaments Ins been lost or destroyed and application has been ninde for n  dmlicate (hereof.  NO'nUH IS HHRF.BY GIVKN that n duplicate  Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments  will be i��u d at the expiration of one mouth  from Ihr date hereof, unless in the meantime  valid obje< lion to the contrary Is made to me in  writing  W. H.  KDMOND--.  District Registrar of Titles.  Land Registry Office.  Kamloops, B.C..  Jury <th. 1907.  NOTICE.  _ N iTICIC is hereby given that the Vancouver  Victoria and Railwav and Navigation Company  ha c deposited lu the Olficj of the Registrar of  Titles for the District of Yale, at Kamloops.,.a  plan.profili and book of reference showing the  proposed location of n branch of the line or their  railway lo connect the main line with the International lioundary, near Myncaster. on Lot 430,  and that it is the Intention of the Vancouver.Vic-  toria and Eastern Railway .ml Navigation Company to apply to the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, at Ottawa, under section Mi  of the Railway Act, four weeks after the first  publicat on of this notice for the necessary  authorization under the povi-ions of the Railway Act, for the construction ofsuch branch line  of railway in accordance with the plan, profile  and book of reference so filled.  Dated this 4th day of July. 1907.  A,   II. McNHIU.,  Solicitor for :he Vancouver Victoria and  Eastern    Railway    and    Navigation  Company.  This advertisement was first published iu the  Phoenix I'ioneer on the 13th day of July, 1907.  To  American   Subscribers.  On account of the increase in second-  class postage rales between Canada  and the United States, on and after  May 8, 1907, the subscription price  of the I'ioneer to residents of the  United States will be $2.50 per annum.  This includes new and renewed subscriptions, and is merely the additional  postage that must be paid for American delivery.  NELSON FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR.  Promises lo Outrival All ol  lis PrcdccecMr*.  ���Mioy Attractions.  " 'The'Fifth'Annual Nelson FruitsFair  will be opened on Wednesday, Sept.  181I1, at one o'clock, by Premiers McBride, and will continue for three days.  The display of fruit this year promises to be larger than ever, and-* will  show the immense possibilities ofthe  Kootenay district in this line. In-the  amusement line a change from forhier  years has been made by the directors.  The Nat Reiss Carnival Company,  who carry several large and varied?acts,  have been engaged ��� to give two free  performances daily in front * ofv the  grand stand. In addition to thisithey  will have numerous other show*jrin-  cludmg a Ferris Wheel. THis company has been playing at the various  fairs throughout the territories' and  comes highly recommended^ '  The prizes for horse races 'have been  considerably increased this yearj.the  open races will consist of ^i mile,  purse $250; l/^ mile, purse $225; arid  x/> mile, purse $200; besides a ���% mile  local horse race. All races will be run  best two heats in three.  This year's Fair has been made the  Occasion to organize an Association- of  the Fire Chiefs of the different cities of  the province, and in connection with  the organization a Fireman's Tournament has been arranged!, consisting of  speed races, wet tests, etc., for which  large cash prizes are being given, together with a cup to be known as"The  Championship Cup of the Pacific  Coast," and which will have to be won  two years in succession. A^ntfrnber uf  entries have been made, and this part  of the programfme. bids fair to* be a  great-drawing card!  From all indications this year's- fair  promises to outrival its predecessors,  not only in number of entries but' in  the attendance. Cheap excursion rates  have been arranged onfall- transporta  tion lines. The attention of all those  intending to exhibit, is called to the  fact that all entries-must be in the  hands of the secretary not later than  Saturday, September 14th.  Mrs. Oaorry Peduzzi, LinsUd, N.'Bifc.,  writes:  '���I take pleasure In tellingyou that  through your wonderful medicine* I  am<onSliH)fy'cH**rot<iamsrrm ot the  stomach and-pelvlc-organs.  "L ���was so rundown omscooanX-ot wf!  Illness thai I ooold ikovlongor attend itt/f  my  housework.    I  could not ����t or  sleep **d had terribl��ipatn-ln^iay>fc*ok��  "1 taok'Peruna and in flr��'��otttha I  . wm well;   I have not ieWav "WfclT tot a.  long time.  ,-    "X wish everyone who la-stoat;would-'  ..take  Peruna and thus: tmotm.  thalr  ~,h*alth.<  "I ha*�� Parana ia*tittybttaMoon-  tlnually; 1 thank yowf��r��a4t'tfcac> yon  hare don* for m��.?'  A Medicine' of Merit.  MisaKatlo A. Washer, 1T0C Pi��at*e��r  itreet, IiOui8ville,Ky.rwrite��:  "As my experience* tboavbeam so*\  favormmle from the use otVPeamaz Jt  unhesitatingly state that I betnrrethmt  It Is a medicine of unqutuilamed<merit  tor all the Ilia that>w9<mymmmea*as*fmr  ���from.  "1 Und' that lt< ateengtt*aa*)�� a����?ln-  iuseo new- life- into" ther-Hynt*jui, aad  wheneverlf eel TOoHuws. or oyer-tirM,  a few doses of "Peruna will strengthen  me again."  FoiMd ��trrlen*'l�� Wtotl' Pnnruiia.  l&xsi Plorenee'AlOcene, 11M Pront-St.,  Toledo, Ohio, writes::  ���'Peruna cured me of catarrh of-the  uterus. I took about tour bottles- when  I noticed an Improvement and live*  bottlea cured me.  "I do not know what I would: have  been like to-day had I not obtained  Peruna, for I was iaa-teirible state. ,  "I bad-pains- all- orer aad was-cross  and irritable. Iwn^lostng-hopeof-ever  being well'again;  "I am to-dayawettwoman attersat-  faring for nine months, I cannot'tell  you how happy I feel; hot you-will  know.  "Feruna ia the best medicine on eartK.  "My husband is now taking, it and!!  will always keep Peruna in my. boost a  "Pemna Is the best friend leret hacti  Itenrcdme."  America  The majority of -women are  because they suffer from some  pelvic catarrh.  The greatest obstacle in thewayof re-  c*vrecy<is thatithey ,do not understand  t^^fvftmjr\'-iif ���flfrvmttln-cnnrr.n of their  illness.  Women who are in doubt as to their  allmentfrshould write to. Dr. Hartman,  President of The Hartman Sanitarium,  Columbus',OHio^w^Uo will give their let-  t^rg^yorap=t4^teji,Uon,.wJ.tliout charge.  Plain street,  good  Miss Anna McGinn, 161  Providence,B. I., writes:  "1 wish to let you know of  the  your medicine has done for me.  "I had what the doctors called heart  trouble. I had been doctoring for a  year before I tried your Peruna.  "I got a bottle of your Peruna and  after a week's use of it I began to fee]  better. I could not eat, sleep, or work,  but 1 have at last found that the modi,  cine that will cure me is Peruna."   ).  Lame. Back.  Thisiisian ailmenfcfor which Chamberlain's Pain Balm has proven especially valuable. Iii almost every instance it affords prompt and permanent  relief. Mr. Luke LaGrange of Orange,  Mich., says of it: "After using a plaster  and other remedies for three weeka��.for  a bad lame back, I purchased a bottle  of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and> two  applications effected a.cure." For sale  by all druggists.  Railroad Rates tv Spokaae Fair.  Beginning September 21, and con  tinuing until"October 2, tickets frohi  all points in the Inland Empire will be  on sale-ai the different railroad office&P  at a rate of a fare and a third for ttirt  round trip to'Snokan*. -Thcac tickewfy  will'bear a'return litem* of'October 8.  This rate-will apply on the Northern  Pacific, Great Northern, O" R: fi,N.,'  Spokane International,' and Spokane &���  Inland.  In addition to this.rate, a special^?  rate of one fare for the round trip; will  be made on-all the roads, on certain  days, the dates so far announced'being'  as follows: Great Northern, Septem-^  ber 30; S." F. 8TN:, Septeinb"ef 26; O;  R. &-N.,fSepteraber 23$- Spokane; &'  InlandJ. September 26,. ab# possibly  one or two other days. The spetial  rates on the Spokahelnternational and-  the Northern Pacific have not yet been  announced;  Ample provision has been made; by  the management* of^the *1air:Mo take  care of thff cro%dsJ-�� new addition  hawing been'-built; td�� tHe grandf stand  and new entrances having been erected.  The fair this year certainly promises to  be the "biggest and- best- eve*��J'  ���PACIFICKY  Cheap ratesifrbm  all   points  iff OwTSRlO"-aiid-M-ARl^  TIME   Provinces,   on   sale  daily  5?pt; K0ct.31  Unexcelled Service, Fast  Time, Through Sleepers and  Tourist Cars, Two Trans-  Continental "Trains Daily in  eaoh'direetion  TIMBER NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days alter the first  publication of this notice, I it.tciid to apply to  {he Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and Works, at  Victoria, for a special license to cut nnd carry  away tlmi.cr fioui the following described land  lu the Similkameen Division of Yale District, viz:  (���omnieiicinjf at a post on the north side of  Sutherland Creek, about three (0 miles East of  ���-Itrlstiiia Lake, marked A. J. Anderson's Northwest Corner Post, thence South 80 chains, theuce  ��ast 80 chains, theuce North 80 chains, thence  "est .'o chains, to point of commencement.  Ooled Inly 6th, 1907  A. J. ANDERSON.  MINERAL ACT.  (l'ORM  K.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Australia," "I'ijl," "Rnt 1'riictionnl," "Kaven  Tnctionol," and "Tarantula Kinctloual," Mlu-  "nl Claims situate in the Oreemvood Mining  nivlolon of Ynle Distrlcl Where located ���  ���'etween (ireenwood and Well-iiKtmi Camps.  IAKE NOTXCK that I, Jsaiic II. Ilallett. as  ��Kent for EatO E. Jackhon, Kree Miner's Certifi-  ^ntc Nu. It 10056, Intend, sixty days from date  Hereof, to apply to the Milling Recorder lor Cer-  "iicates of Improvements, for Ihe purpose of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further Take Notice thnt action, under  ��ctlon 37, must be commenced before the la-  ""ceorsuch Certificates ol Improvements.  waled this 15th day of July, A.D., 1907.  44- I. tf; H.UWJTT.  ,���       Fair Dste*. 1907.  Washington    State,    North    Yakima,  '    Sept. 23 to 28.  Central Canada, Ottawa, Sept.. 13 to 21;  Dominion, Sherbrooke, Que., Sept. 2  to 4.  Canadian National, Toronto, Ont., Aug.  26 to Sept. 9.  Fredericton   Exhibition,   Fredericton;  N. B., Sept. 14 to 2t.  Nelson, Sept. 18, 19 and 20.  Kelowna, Sept. 19 and 20.  Kamloops, Sept. 19, 20, 21.  Armstrong, Sept. 24 and 25.  Vernon, Sept. 16, 17, 18.  Salmon Arm, Sept. 30 to Oct. 1.  Agassiz, Sept. 2.  Mission, Sept. 17.  Chilliwack, Sept. 18 and 19.  Delta, Sept. 20 and 21.  Spokane Inter-State, Sept. 23-Oct. 5.  Surrey, Sept. 24.  Kaslo, Sept. 24 and 25.  Victoria, Sept. 24 to 28.  Langley, Sept. 25.  Maple Ridge, Sept. 26.  Coquitlam, Sept  27.  Richmond, Sept. 8 and 9.  Central Park, Sept. 26 and 27.  Provincial, New Westminster, Oct.   1,  2, 3. 4, 5-  As a.dressing for sores, bruises and  burns; Chamberlain's Salve is all that  can be desired: It is soothing and  healing ih its effect. Price 25 centsl  For sale by all druggists.  For sale, dresser and washstand,, in  good order.    Apply at Pioneer office  "Better; Terms" JosJltled.  An incident emphasizing good  grounds for British Columbia's contention for better terms at the coffers of  the federal'government is.illustrated in  the case of' the provinciali boiler inspector who went up to Hazelton last  week to inspect the only boiler in that  section. The distance" traversed" is  close to 400 miles. Thevfare; for the  round trip is $40. Meals on the boatj  round* trip, $ro. Pack- animal and  hotel accommodation, $10. A total  of $60. The fee he receives for making the inspection is $5. Yet the^'in-  spector's salary is not included in~thisi  list. The-time consumed'will gointo  two weeks, and placing/.his ��� salary at-  $100, makes it another*$^o,ibring*tthe;  total up to $110. It would almost-  pay- the government to ��3hip ? new and  fully inspected' boilers to remote  sections instead of sending an inspector to inspect them.���Port Essingf  ton Sun.  ^Toronto,   G-uelph,    Gait,  Owen Sound; London,  Windsors Betroit  to  EHOENIX  $39*45  ���MONTREAL  OTTAWA  HALIFAX  $46.10  44.85  56.40  Rates., .to. other Ontario points and  Maritime provinces quoted on application to Local Agent, or  J. M��E, E. |. COYLE,  D. P. A., A. G.  P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.      Vancouver, B.C.  NOTICE.  THS   GRANBY     CONSOLIDATED    MINING,  SMELTING k POWKR COMPANY, Ltd.  Notice is hereby given that the  Seventh Ordinary: General Meeting of  the Granby Consolidatoil Mining. .Smelting & PowerCompany, [.til., will lie held  at.the office of the company, 52 Broadway, New York, N. V., on Tuesday, the  first day of October. 1907, at 10.30 a.m.,  ��or-tho��pjH'poeeof pluelstiiu Directors ami  transacting-any other bneinesa that may  properly come before the ineetin;;.  For the purpose of the meeting the  pansier books of the company will close  at 3 p.m., on Septeu.ber 13th, and open  at 10 a.m., on October 1-t, 1907.  Northhup Fowlkk,  Secretary  Dated this 7th day of Sept., 1007.  COPPER  ^HANDBOOK  (New Edition Issued Novembar 15, 1906.)  Is a dozen books in one, covering the  history, geography, geolcgy, chemistry,  mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology,  uses, statistics and finances of copper.  It is a practical book, useful to all and  necessary to most men engaged in any  branch of the copper industry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English  without fear or favor. It lists and describes 4626 copper mines and companies in all parts of the world, descriptions runnipg from two lines to sixteen' pages, according to importance 01  the property. The Copper Handbook  is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The mining man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines, mins  Ing and metal. The investor needs  the book for the facts it gives him about  mining, mining investments, and copper statistics. Hundreds of swindling  companies are exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  Horace J. Stevens  Editor and Publisher  36     POSTOFFICE     BLOCK,     HOUGHTON,  MICHir.AK.  of  Attack of Diarrhoea* Cured by One Dost  Chamberlalb's Colic,  Cholera  aad  Diarrhoea Remedy.  I wa= so weak from  an attack of,  diarrhoea that I could scarcely attend?  to my duties, when I took a dose of  Chamberlain's    Colic,    Cholera   and  Diarrhoea Remedy.    It cured me entirely and  I  had  been taking other  medicine for nine days without  relief.  E heartily, recommend this  remedy1 as  being*the (best to  my  knowledgeHbr  bowel complaints.���R. G.   Stewart, of  the firm of Stewart & Bro., GreenVille,  <Aia,    For sale- by all druggists.  The Granby ConsoKdatedfMiaing, Smelt*  ing and Power Co., Ltd.  NOTICE.  In tlie matter of the Land Registry Act, nn<l m  the matter ol the Tille ol r.ol (,. Block 11 nnd Lot  ���*, Block 13, OU IronsUles .subilivis;on (Map 6i>).  Voivn of P:ioeulx, H.''.  WHEREAS the Ccitificate of I itle ol Jjhn C.  BKADLKV being Certificate of Tille No 45.V5-1 hn-  beeii lost or destroyed, and application has been  tnnde for a duplicate Ihcicof. NOTICE IS  HKKEHV GIVKS that a dut.licatt Ce'tific.ite of  Title to the above hereditament-; will lie issued  at the expiration of one M.-nili from ihe date  hercol, unless iu the meantime valid objection to  contrary is made to me in wi itinK.  W.  II.  KIJMONHS,    '  ;,and Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C..  July 26th, 1907.  District Registrar.  NOTICE.  Notice is-.hereby given that, at a  meetihg>okthevBoaril of Directors of the  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting  .and Power Co., Ltd., held this day, a  ���regular qnarterly dividend of two per  ���eertt*tfnd afrextra dividend of one per  cent upon the par value of the stock  outstanding, was declared out of the  net earnings of the company, payable  September.30, 1907, to ail stockholders  of record at 3 p.m. on Sept. 13th, li)07.  Pbr'tht��purpose of the dividend, the  traaaBferbooks of the company will close  at 3 p.m. on Sept. 18th. and* reopen at  ia,a,m, October lat, 1907.  Noitnrr.up Fowl,br,  Secretary.  Dated this Sd day of Sept., 1907,  I Church Services Tomorrow |  0'9y*l,^9m''m*^-W9S&+S*S9S&*''*"a*0  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A.cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews'   Presbyteiian  Church  Preaching      Service      tomorrow     at  7:3c   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 a>id 4th Sunday ol each  month. Holy Mass, 1 o a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction, 7'3�� P-m- l'ather J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor  !J?SH515HSaT25HSa5aiiiSESi!5ESi2SaKSES^  HOMEMADE ICE  ��������* *����������*��������������  *��*���*������*������������*���������������  Having installed, at large expense, the only ice making machine in  the Boundary, we are prepared to make delivery of this fine  product, made from PURE SPRING WATER. Also, natural  ice in anv quantity.  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER St, SONS, Props  Office and Brewery, Banner St.  Phoenix, B  Phoenix, Beer and  �����������+��������������������>����+���������������<  DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION  Sept. 2nd lo 14th, 1907 = Sherbrooke, Que.  SIX HUNDRED DOUARS  AND EIGHT MEDALS  GENEROUSLY DONATED  ��� EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  'FOR PHIZES ON  BUTTER  AND   CHEESE  This makes a total of over.$3000 given-bv-the Eastern Towns hips Bunk for  the above piirnope during,.the past Five years to encourage the Farmers ami promote, the Dairv-Industry oirOaiiflda. For DarticuhtiB  governing-Competition, apply to W.M.TOMLINSOV,  Exhibition .Secretary, 8lierlirook����, Que  We   hnve   11 hfgn.slock  celebrated  )f Ih  And can Promptly Fill all Orders  THE BEST BOTTLED.BEER ON.THE MARKET  Write, telephone, telegraph or call on  Greenwood Liquor Co.'  ' ' "T~JAS7Mc6REAfrJ,  Proprietor.  Dominion Ave.,  Cor.Banner St.  *���� PHOENIX, B. C. ee��*  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Atttention.  Dry Wood;Delivered .to Any Part of the City.  D. J.. McDonald, Prop.  A Share of the Public Patronage Solicited. 'PHONE 37.  St. Paul  Minneapolis  and  Return  Tickets on Sale Aug. 8, p, ro, Sept. it, 12 and 13.  Account Jamestown Exposition. Return Limit po days.  Above rate is from Phoenix, B. C.    $(10.00 from Seattle.    Same rates ap  ply to Duluth.    Proportionately low rates from   Washington   anil  Oregon  pointB.    Rate to Chicago $66.20 from Phoenix, B. C,   $04.00  from  Spokane; from Seattle $71.50.   Low rates to Omaha, Kansas  City, St. Louis  and many other eastern points.  FOR A COMFORTABLE TRIP TAKE THE  "ORIENTAL LIMITED"  Standard and tourist Bleepers, dining ear and Compartment  Observation  Car.    Meals in dining car on the a la carte plan.    The "FAST MAIL" is  another good train.  For information regarding routes and through   rates  to   any   easrern  point, address  PERKINS,  Agent, Phoenix, B. C.  ROSS, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Seattle, Wn.  \V.  W.  X.  A.  s=Grecit Northern Railway���  Is acknowledged by those who read it regularly to be the  leading journalistic exponent of the Boundary District of Southeastern British Columbia.  It is published in the centre of the great Copper Mining  Industry of British Columbia, and prints the news of the Districts while it is news. It plays no favorites, but aims to give  everyone a square deal.  The I'ioneer costs $2 per annum; to American subscribers,  $2.50, and more than one of its readers subscribes for two,  three and even five  years.    Address, with remittance,  Pioneer Ptib.  Co.,  Wioeuix, B.C.  NOTE���We have a tew Copies ofthe la-it PIOMHKR /iNNUAL left, price   35 cent*  eiich, or n copy will be scut free to a new subscriber.  Hg'-'c^^r'^r^  <lfi  A?  &���&  ��*��'  \m*  wm  Lm -?  te,  m  fp  ���%>\  ���MMm<m  m&  Ml  ���tmmm  1  :MU  m  &����H  A'jwtBftraBai  ������A^Mmi-ifi  sip  .���;i$j;~i#W,i.($  ������Mmm<  ���:'3-1-  Mr,-:  5��;I  nm,m^^^m^^*m^m-^gr^M^^^E^m^ CHE   PHOENIX  PIONEER  4mm  f 1 if1  ft5*.- 1 ��;* v '  $iJt/>  i, toy  lip  If  4  fll|f  jh  (W  fit  ��� #33  SHARP fa IRVINE CO.  ������BROKERS  SOS Wall St. Spokane, Wash.  We offer the following stocks, subject to prior eale and market fluctuation.  British Columbia and Alberta storks.  100 to 1500 Albei ta Coal & Coke         .-15  30 to   300 B. C. Copper     $7.75  100 to 2000 B. C. Amalgamated Coal I         Bid  1 to 50 Cons. Smelters   125.00  1000 to 5000 Cariboo-McKinney          .00  1000 to 3000 . Callifomia, Rossland   00  250, to 2000 Colfax Coal & Coke, Pooled 20  20 to   200 Dominion Copper ;       5.00  1 to     10 Dominion Co|.per Boudsv;     80.00  1000 to 3000 Diamond Vale Coal. ��������� 2H  1000 to 3000 Giant, Rossland.......:.'.......;....... 04  100 to 2500 Galbraith Coal 27  5 to     20 Granby Smelters    ....  115.00  100 to 1000 International Coa! '. 95  600 to 5000 Nicola Coal Mines. Ltd......         .05  100 to 4000 Rocky Mountain Oil 25  500 to 4000 Rambier-Cariboo;  ...        .32^  400 to 2000 Sullivan .-.         .12  1000 to 5000 TelKwn  ..        .15  100 to 2000 Western Oil..:        2.00  We also handle Coeur d'Alene, Montana, New  York  and Boston  Curk etocke,  Ask  us to bend you our Market Letter.  I In and Around Phoenix  SS - BRIKF TOHICS   OV  LOCAL  AND   GENERAL . ���p*  3* INTRRKST  TO   PHOENICIANS. **V Sg  It will keep you posted.'  For sale two dozen chickens, Apply  to Mrs. W. B. Willcox.  Wedding bells, according to report,  will ring again here shortly.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B.'C."  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Woodchoppers wanted.    Inquire of  J. J. Bassett, Hartford Junction.  .   Prescriptions carefully prepared at  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  Sewing Machines from $ro up, see  Miss McDonald.  .See our beautiful display of. Mission  Chairs and Rockers.���N. Binns.  Second-hand Sewing Machines of all  makes,��for sale, see Miss McDonald.  Several dwellings have been put up  in Spion Kop this summer and fall.  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist  church are to hold their Harvest Festival on Sept. 17.  Sebject for Sunday at the Methodist  church will be "The Church of the  Carpenter and Working Man."  Letters have recently been received  from James McCague and Bill Manna,  formerly of Phoenix, who are  Prince Rupert.  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  For bachelors, we have Iron Beds,  Springs, Mattresses, Camp Cots and  Pillows.���N. Binns.  Duncan J. McDonald has been appointed Phoenix agent for Gait coal,  and has the first shipment now on the  way here.'  A. E. H. ;Glark has work on the  residences for Richard Silverthorne  and Dan Rankin, on Old Ironsides  avenue, well under way.  For Sale���First-class milk cow, with  three months' old heifer calf, $75; A  bargain. Apply to T. Hardie, Hartford Junction, B. C.  Maud has got in her fine work again.  Jas. Fair, the driver of P. Burns &  Co.'s horseless carriage, was kicked  Monday by one of the mules and laid  UP-    \  Lost���Between Idaho mine and  Granby glory hole, large bunch of keys  on ring. Reward of..$5 to the finder.  Bring to the Pioneer office without  delay...   -���"���'���'>������;  Wednesday evening Miss Ida Crouch-j  Hazlett spoke on  Socialism   before a  large house at   the  opera   house, the  speaker seeming  fo   he thoroughly at  home with her subject.  Pat Burns'* Mine.  "We are shipping 100 tons or ore  every month,from the First Thought  mine, located in the Orient, Wash.,  district, to the smelter at Everett," said  B|ake Wilson, in Spokane, the other  day. Mr. Wilson is acting as manager  for the P. Burns Company, who owns  the property.  "The mine is on the dividend-paying basis. Thirty-five men are kept at  work on the ledge, which has been  found to be 27 feet wide. In the past  few months we have blocked out about  27,000 tons of ore to be moved and  shipped. The ore carries high values  in gold and silver and although the  mine is considered in its development  stages, mam pre bodies are not yet discovered." ,.-.  DIAMONDS  Litest Mlitlni Stock Quotation*.  Reported  Nelson,B.C.  H. A. Munro has started work on  the dwelling for Danny Deane, adjoining. Dr. Dickson's residence. The  house will have 13 rooms when  finished, and will be steam heated and  now at completed in first-class shape through-  'out.  Alberta Coal aud Coke  Alameda..   B.C. Copper ;...   Cariboo McKinney....  Cons. Smelters.......  Domin. Copper../'....  Diamond Vale Coal...  Granby   iGalbraith Coal......  I International Coal...  by B.'B.  Mighton   & Co.,  Corrected to 8ept. 4, 1907.  ���ID ASKBD  .38 A2'?i  .mi    .10^  7.25  .03  110.00  4.25  .20  105.00  .26  .80  We have a large assortment of new  Stones, both loose and mounted, for your  inspection. Mounted goods include all  styles Rings, Stick Pins, Brooches, Bracelets, etc., quality guaranteed as represented, prices that will stand comparison.  SEE OUR DISPLAY  WINDOW  E. A. BLACK,  ��1 The  Knob Hill Ave.  Jeweler >  Phone No. 68.  n ~ n ��� ri ���inc * n ~T"ti���mmmriuj  HEWITT.  Ask for our Circular Letter descriptive of this great  mine.   We think it will interest you.  Under New Management  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape.    Choice stock of Irrigating  goods.  Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy  and  well  furnished rooms.      , , > -.   "   --���:���-.  B. ft, Mighton & Co.  MINING  T>RA WEB 1082.  and INVESTMENT BROKERS  .������������-������'.���';���-, !r :���:::,-.'��� V.    NELSON, B . C.  MARSH BLOCK  am  d DINING  ROOM  EXTRA  WELL  FURNISHED   ROOMS  Dining Room Given Special Attention.    Centrally Located.    No Bar.  Victoria Ave., Phoenix, B. C. MISS IDA L. BAKER, Prop.  ms*Msmmsm*9m**mmmsma0*m*m***s  lldora         .09  Kendall.  Monitor.  Nabob ..  ,  Panhandle Smelter..  Rambler-Cariboo....  Sullivan .  ...; ,  Stewart   Snowstorm-.   Telk-Kwa Mines ...';  White Bear...   Western Oil, Ord'y..  EHOLT,   1J.C.  The best conducted  Hotel   in  MR AND TABLE FIRST-CLASS.  the most  Boundary.  important  railway  town   in   ilu-  W.   ��.   TORNKY,   Pitop  NOTICE.  Dominion Avenue  Phoenix, B C.  o-oo-o-o-o-C  PHOENIX  BAKERY  Having secured a first-class  baker, I airif prepared to deliver  promptly the best Bread, Cake  and Pies. Satisfiaction guaranteed; trial solicited. Family and  hotel trade get special attention.  'Phone A55.     WJ.Prendergast, Prop.  CONTRACTOR and BUILDER  ..  .Dealer in   Lime, Brick,  Lumber and  all   Building   Material  ��rAiT-60MlN0 SOON-wait  Andrew HgPhees  BIC   PAVILION  UNCLE  TOM'S  C  BIN  A Magnificent Production under Camas  HORSEB  SO-PEOPLE  SO  S2SH5aSESH5iSESH5HSaSB5EKSHSHSHSS  FOR SALE  HOTEL  Public Notice is hereby given that the  Columbia and Western Railway Company by its Lessee, tho. Canadian Pacific  Rail way Company,has this day deposited  in the District Land Registry Offioe. at  Kamloops, in. the 'Province of .'British  Columbia, a plan profile and :Book of  Reference showing a proposed; ,branch  line to the Dominion'Cop'per Company's  Mines, situate eight decimal miles south  of Eholt station, on the Phoenix Branch  of the said Columbia and Western Railway, in the district of West Kootenay,  in the Province of British Columbia  aforesaid, and that the said Canadian  Pacific Railway .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  Railway Commissioners for Canada for  approval of the said branch line, in  accordance with the provisions of the  Railway Act.  Dated at Vancouver this 23rd dav of  August, 1907.  R. Mabpole,  General Executive Assistant.  MINERAL ACT.  (Form V.)  Certificate of Improvement*.   N-A JJUSJL  OFFICE���Cor. Old Ironsides ave and First Street.     PHOENIX, B.C.  PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED  r-iooooooooooo-o-6  '���Murray Fractional'* Mineral Claim, situate In  the Greenwood Mineral Division of Yale District.  Where located���In Wellington Camp.  TAKB NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  Agent for David Oxley, Free Miner's Certificate,  o. B6787, and Thomas Russell. Free Miner's  Certificate, No. B6764, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant ot the above claim.  And further Talce Notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before tbe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of August, A..D., 1907.  I. H. HALLBTT.  W%*\  Carney Copper  Capital 1,500,000 Shires.       Par Value $1.00.  Information   Upon Which   YOU  ���Can Rely=  1. Expert J.F.Rice, of Spokane, says, "The Carney Copper Group  has, possibly the best surface showing of Copper ore in the   Dis-  ���'���   trict. [Coeur d'Alone^.]  2. The Eminent Expert, Geo. Hewson, of New York, in his report  on the Coeur d'Alenes, save, "A fair mrfaee showing in place,  has never yet failed with depth,"  8. The Carney Copper nae more than 30 feet of ore opened up at 10  feet depth. ' .  4. The Carney Copper Co. owns 8 claims aud 3 fractions.  5.The Carney Copper Co. owns water power a.id rights worth $25,000.  6. A test shipment of ore is being made.  7. A 1 drill gasoline compressot has just been installed and 4 feet  more will De made per day.  8. The Northwest corner of the group is within 250 feet of the  Northern Pacific railroad.  9. Supt. Carson expects to cut the ore chute on the 500-foot level  in September,  10. The best people in the Coeur d'Alenes are promoting the Carney  Copper.  11, Only 26,000 shares to be sold at 17>�� cents per Bhare.  12.The management invites prospective investors   to   visit   and  thoroughly examine the property.  ,   ...;_=;r. J. JL.   MARTIN,  Prompt Attention to Correspondence.        Bank Block, Phoenix, ii. C.  -���--���-���-o-o-  D. J. AiatH'efi'bri  Jneurance Haent  V1SOB,      UFE  ACCIDENT.  PIDBL.ITY    BONUS,  COMMMSIONER   FOR   TAKING  ��� PLATE  AFFIDAVITS  GLASS  PHOTMX^ -B.C.  -BAR and STABLES  '%A%-SLtr9y%.  Wcstbtidge, B. C.  BLOODHOUNDS  A fiRAND STREET PARADE EVERY  DAY AT NOON. TWO BANDS.  JUBILEE SINGERS AND DANCERS FROM  THE SUNNY SOUTH.        ��-  1  EVA AND HEB PET PONY I  MAHK8 and his Funny Donkey  OXXK FUNNY TOPSY  TJNOZ.E TOM and bis Ox Cart!  THE 8HETLAND PONIES I  THE OBIOINAZi LOG CABIN  Directly on permanent survey  of Midway and Vernon railway,  which runs through property.  Hotel partly furnished, and  stable room for 22 horses.  Ground includes 5 lota, and is  best location in the district. At  the bridge at junction of the  two rivers. Finest fishing and  hunting in British Columbia. A  snap if taken at ouce. Apply to  JilJGHREED  Phoenix, B. O.  HSHS2SES2Sa5HSHSH5a5r!SaSHSHS2SE5HS  E5H52SS5SSa5H5HSH5ESHS2S2SaSE5HS2S  ioetiix 3team Laun  LIMITED.  dryCb->  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a - position to handle the  largest or smallest orders  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK  GUARANTEED.  Phone No. 25  ' Patronize Home Industry.  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D.   McKENZIE,   Manager.  Dominion Ave,,  Phoenix, B C.  QUALITY  FIRST  Then   Price  That is the proper order of things  in considering a purchase of  JEWELRY  -.���.!.���  OR  & Precious Stones  ? FURNITURE., RUGS, Etc.  T  I  ever shown in Phoenix  With oar additional Store House we can now  show  and  more varied stock than before  larger  ���-���-���-��>-���-���-���  i  t  N"inety-niDe people out of a hundred must rely absolutely on  the person who carries them,  ,and the store where they purchase.  Oar aim is, and always will be, to  sell no article which we cannot  fully guarantee. The quality is  just what we represent it to be.  WATCH EEPARING  A SPECIALTY  Paper-Type- Ink  these three in our up-  to-date Job Department  We can furnish any  combination   of  The Phoenix Pioneer  McRae Bros., Ltd,  STATIONERS, ETC.  MORRISON,  JEWELER and OPTICIAN.  Phoenix, B. C.  Time Inspector for G. N. Ry.  Fishing Tackle  Kodaks  Hammocks, Etc.  The Latest and Best in All Lines  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B. C.  ��>^''   A  w^tHh  yr^stj-  $wS|  *^a%^m  liM  m  ���*���* 3��3k��j��>KJ!?  i^^^BBC-  r|i$f--W&|  $mi  vr^~ ^ "-  ^ifftm  ONE NIGHT PERFORMANCE ONLY UNDER  OUR BIB WATERPROOF TENTS.  500 Railroad Laborers  WANTED  AT ONCE  At Fernie,   B. C.   for  the   Crow's  Nest Southern Ry. Extension.  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  Teamsters, Scraper Holders  and Station Men.  free transportation   will, be   furnished by applying to  A. GTJTHEIE & CO.,  Fernie, B. C.  Keep your pipe sweet and clean with a pipe, cleaner  FREE���Ask for one. when you pass  New line of  PIPES-'-'. AND   POUCHES  Something NEW in CORNCOBS. Latest Novelties.  Complete line of  Benson  and Hedges   Cigarettes  liam Hunter Co., Limited.  SomtnUut Anrtutr.  Why ernoke inferior Cigarettes when yon can pnrchase the renowned  B-&H-fttA^W^ o{enow���ed  JAMES phone  =WILL EXHIBIT AT=  PHOENIX,  B. O.  17  Near C, R. Station.  1  Hotel Interest For Sale.  For sale, my half interest in the  property and business of the Summit  Hotel, Phoenix, as a going concern.  Location, best in the city. Apply to  David Oxley, Phoenix, B. C.  TJU14  FINEST  QUALITY IN  MILK anJ CREAM  THE  dairX  PHONR  STRICTK/jr    FHESH   EGGS  J.   W.   HANNAM.   IPHOPRIETOR.  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If You Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for summer. We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  MenfS SnlrtS You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line* of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  stylish blocks, in Black and Brown,  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 SttitS A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks  and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Collars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear, Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls' and Boys' waists.  1  The  WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  JatSE'lMSBBgB^  13  RK��  ^ HOTEL.   UNION ^ I  4  ros


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