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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 12, 1910

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Array 'P"I"'HIP"  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  '^^���w��*^R5gS  "Elkvknth Ykar.  PHOENIX,'BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12,  1910  No.  11  Special IQ p.c. Discount  off these Prices during the balance  of this Month.     &     J&  Corset Covers  White Muslin Covers, nicely trimmed .;'."���'���.  " Cambric Covers, lace trinimiug .". .  " Cross Bar Muliu Covers . . . ..���;. ��� .  " Spotted Swiss Covers, very dainty . .  "      Embroidered Muslin Covers .  . .  ."...  Night Dresses  White Muslin Gowns, plain   .  .  .  .  .'.  ���  ���  "       Muslin Gowns, lace trimming    .  .   .  "      Nainsook Gowns,   embroidery trimming   "      Cambric Gowns, elaborate trimming  Ladies' Drawers  White Cambric Drawers   " Muslin Drawers, lace trimmings . .  '' Muslin '' embroidery trimmings .  "     Cambric      " embroidery trimmings .  Ladies' Skirts  White Cambric Skirts     ���  "     Muslin Skirts, neatly trimmed    .  .  .  11     Muslin Skirts, lace srimmed 2.00  "     Nainsook Skirts, deep flouncing ...   3.00  "     Cambric Skirts, lace flouncing 4.50 to fp,5Q  White Tailored Waists 1.50 to 3.50  "     Lawn Aprons 35 to    .90  ALL NEW AND UP-TQ-DAXE, GARMENTS  SEE OTJK  WINDOW  .35  .50  1;00  1.65  2.25  1.00  1.50  2.50  4.50  .90  1.25  2.25  3.00  1.00  1.50  A  A FEW  EVERY-DAY  PRICE  In    Otar   Grocery    Department  No. 1 Apples, per box  No. 1 Potatoes, per cwt. -  Fresh Made Gov't Butter, 3 lbs.  Morning Glory Eggs, per doz.  New Laid Eggs, per doz.  Case Eggs (Extra Good), 3 doz.  Armour's White Cloud Lard, 5-lb.  pail  Nabob Coffee, per lb. -.  Royal Special Tea, per lb,  $2.50  1,50  1.00  45  .60  I.  1.  ,50  .50  ���W .Hit"  " Mgsr Things Good to Eat  Come From  This  St��re"  THE  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO.  NEW YORK CAPITAL  FOR FIFE MINES CO.  General   Manager   Dempster  Returns From Trip  Charles Dempster, genera} manager  of the Fife Mines, Ltd., has returned  from a somewhat protracted trip to  New York, where he has been engaged  tor the past three months in completing  the financial arrangements of his company for the ensuing year.  Mr. Dempster reports that: his trip  has been entirely successful in every  respect, his associates having the deepest interest in their present enterprise,  and while, for the time being confining their attention to their mines at  Fife, it is more than probable the  sphere of operations in British Columbia will be largely'increased.  Conditions at Fife continue to be  entirely satisfactorily and now that the  compressor plant and necessary ma  chinery is on the ground, and will  shortly be in running order, operations there will be conducted on a  much larger scale, and the thorough  openine up of the property pushed, as  rapidly as possible.  Mr. Dempster further reports that  while personally successful, it is not  yet altogether an easy matter to enlist  the active interest of capitalists in mining enterprises, owing to there being  yet a certain unrest in the. financial  world. Even so, however, the fact  exists that British Columbia is most  favorably regarded, and the stocks of  many of the large corporations, especially in the Boundaiy country, are  very popular and actively dealt in both  on the "Curb" and in the stock exchanges.  It might interest many to know how  close a tab is kept of the doings .in  this camp by New York mining men,  and in many instances Mr. Dempster  has heard the brightest future is prophesied by men whose judgement carries very great weight.���Miner.  Bonndary Mining Notes  A new compressor building has  been erected at the:.Fife mines'and a  2Sohbrse power boiler and a jio-drill  compressor will shortly Deinstalled.  Harry Nash and J. Watkins came  over from Molsbp,;Wash.;,: thjs week.  Mr. Nash will: rerrfain here, for a  month to do assessment work on some  'Claims;' ��� ~   ..'��� ��� r���.;���'.'���':������.  The British Columbia Coppercom  puny smelter treated  9287 tons of ore  during the   prst; "week,   87^9   from  Mother   Lode and .'558 r from   other  properties. '���"if*"'"'  Thursday was payday at the Granby  and Wellington camp mines, while the  Snowshoe will pay oh Tuesday. In  all the payrolls of the mines locally  amount to"about $7 5,000.  Recent development work at the  Wood burn property has uncovered the  best looking copper-' rock thus far  struck, and the management believe  they are now close to the main ledges.  Good progress is being made on the  C.P.R; branch from |Phoeriix to Wellington camp. The .work on the roadbed is how nearing completion.'.About  MaMefi���McOnde  A quiet wedding was solemnized at  Our Lady of Lourdes church, Spokane,  on Monday of this week, when William M. Madden, of Wellington camp,  and Miss Agnes McGrade of Phoenix  were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony by ��he Rev. Father Verhagen.  The bride was attended by her sister,  Miss Rose Ella McGrade, while John  Kilkine'VuppSrt'ed'the~%TO0xaW^��.f(er  a dainty wedding breakfast the happy  couple left for Seattle and other coast  cities.;;.- .���'���.'-.  GRAND FORKS AND  GREENWOOD HOCKEY  Both Teams' Won and Lost  Games  On &>e 4th inst. Greenwood hockey  team ran a special tiain carrying 150  supporters to Grand Forks, where they  were scheduled to play a league match  with the team ot the latter city. Grand  Forks had an eastern hockey star on  the line-up, and the visiting team objected to him playing as he lacked  residence qualifications. However, a  protest was filed and the game pro  ceeded, the home team winning by a  score of 5 goals to 1 in a lively contest,  Miller, the new Grand Forks recruit  showing up conspicuously.  On Monday evening of this week  the same teams played at Greenwood,  except that Miller was not on the visitors' line-up and McDonald was again  with Greenwood after a short illness.  The tables were not only turned but  Greenwood went one better and scored  6 times while Grand Forks negotiated  but a single goal.  Although Phoen'x is still at the top  of the percentage column of games  played for the Boundary hockey championship to date they have by no  means landed the cup yet. Following is the standing of the teams to  date:  Phoenix won 3  Greenwood "   3  Grand Forks      "   3  now laid  ohr the;  and  new  half a mile" of "steel is  trains  will   be  branch in March.      ��',<-.     ;/<"'  The Copeland Mining and Develop  ment company has secured a two-year  extension of its bond oii the LeRoi property near Rridesville. -jtis the intention  of the company to sink their present  65-foot shaft to 100 feet and crosscut  the lead, whi-h is claimed to be about  90 teet wide. Development will shortly be resumed and arrangements are  being made to instal a steam plant, in  eluding a hoist and pimp to facilitate  the woik. This is one of the most promising copper, gold and silver properties on the West Fork and the stock  in the company is held largely by  Phoenix residents.  lost 3  Presentation to Mrs. D. Mania  The. Ladies' Aid of the  church entertained at the home of  Mrs. A. F. Geddes on Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Dan Martin, who  will be leaving town shortly. During  the evening Mrs. Martin was presented  with a beautiful gold watch by Mrs.  Sturgeon, on behalf of the Ladies'  Aid, and Mrs. Geddes read an address  which expressed regret in, losing an old  and valued member of the organization. Mrs. Martin is one of the early  residents of phoenix, and has a host of  friends who will regret to learn of her  departure.  Flying Rocks flit Plate Olass  Flying rocks from a blast in the big  >>lory hole early Thursday morning  burrowed two holes in the roof of  Superintendent O.B. Smith's residence,  as well as damaging plate glass in  Black's jewelry store and R. Horrell's  tailor shop. No person was injured,  however. This is the first damage of  this nature locally for a number of  years.           Phoenix Miners "Union has ordered  a new curtain and new stage settings  for the local opera house.  ���OUTS AT GYMNASIUM  Four Snrtlaf Csjattsu ����� Satartav Nlfbl's  ���irtaM's Saiokcr  The   initial  smoker in  connection  with   the   Phoenix   fire; department's  gymnasium   took  place, on Saturday  night when the clubroorri was crowded  and others ..could not gain>,admittance.  The" feat ureof the evening wlf a^erYes  of boxing bouts in which the.best local  athletes took part, including the champion welterweight of British Columbia.  H:., Elkins   and   J.   McQuerrie   first  took the ring and gave a  heat exhibition of sparring.    R. Forshaw  and  J,  Turner were the heavyweights of the  evening, in  which   the- former's   "extensive reach," as well as science, indicates that Phoenix  probably  has  the  heavyweight champion of the province,  as  well  as   the  welterweight.    There  was something   doing   every  minute  when  E.  Shears  and   W.  Vanwagen  faced each other; both  gave a  game  demonstration of the fistic art to the  general delight of the  large audience.  Next came William Biner, the  welterweight   pride   of   the   province,   and  Thomas Oxley.    They gave a fast ex-:  hibition of the noble art in which the  science of the gentleman was much in  evidence.    Oxley, having been travel  ling for several days and being cut of  practice, was not in his usual form but  put up a gamey  scrap.    Under  the  conditions Riner was not called upon  to do his best,  but  nevertheless' gave  evidence of being a finished- exponent  of the game.  The evening concluded  with sandwiches and coffee and all present appeared to thoroughly enjoy the  even  ing's entertainment.  At a meeting of the fire department  on Thursday evening it was decided to  hold an athletic tournament in the  Phoenix opera house on Saturday  evening, Feb. 19. The committee  in charge promise a good program,  which will include several boxing contests, wrestlingand music. The proceeds  will be utilized in further equipping  the club's gymnasium.  PHOENIX HOCKEYISTS  PLAY AT ROSSLAND  Defeat Rossland 9 to 5 for B.  C. Championship  At the Rossland winter carnival on  Thursday evening Phoenix hockey  team defeated Rossland 9 goals to 5  for the British Columbia championship. Play was marked oy' the absence  of roughness which characterized previous games, in the day. During the  first half Phoenix put in four goals and  Rossland failed to locate the net 'fhe  second half was more even, each team  scoring 5 goals.  In the afternoon Greenwood defeated  Moyie 3 goals to 1 in the open challenge competition. The game was very  rough but the teams were evenly  matched. In intermediate hockey  Rossland won from Trail 10 lo o.  Thursday morning's events resulted  as follows: Seven-mile ski race, won  by E. Engin in 1 hour 9 minutes 40  seconds; second, Harvey Lynn, 1  hour 11 minutes; third, J. Johnson, 1  hour 1 a minutes.  Rossland, Feb. 9.���The weather  was cold, but fine today,' being very  iavorable for the sports which opened  the Rossland carnival in earnest.  The chief event of the morning was  the ski jumping for a new Canadian  record, the trophy being the Sullivan  Seagram shield. Of the four entries,  Harvey Lynn, a local lad, jumped 89  feet 2 inches; E, Engin, Grand Forks,  86 feet a inches; J. A. Johnson, Rossland, 60 feet; Ole Swanson, 57 feet 9  inches. This was nothing near the  record, so the trophy remains the  property of Torgal Noren, who last  jumped 101 feet.  The first game of the championship  hockey series was played in the afternoon between Rossland and Moyie;  and was won 7 goals to 6 by the latter  team. The score stood 3 to 1 in  favor of Rossland at the conclusion of  the first half. At the end of the second half each team had 6 goals to its  credit. On playing extra time, Rossland lost, as Moyie by a lucky shot  from Dimich scored again. It was a  strenuous game.  In the one mile skating championship of British Columbia, Davision of  Banff won easily by more than a lap  from P. Donohue of Rossland.  At night Nelson and Phoenix met  in the open challenge hockey competition: ;'i'he first part of the-game was  fairly even. Final score 9 to 5 in  favor of N.elson.  Boundary Side Lights  Thomas Jenkins has been appointed  chief of police at Greenwood.  Greenwood city council are considering the borrowing of $7000.  Born���In Anaconda, on Feb. 1st,  to" Mr. and Mrs. Gambretta, a son.  C. J. McArthur has sold 2,700  cords of wood in Greenwood this  season.  Born���At Mother Lode, on Feb.  5th, to Mr. and Mrs. William Thacker,  a son.  Greenwood city books were audited  by W. E. Hodges, chartered account  ant of Vancouver.  Rev. Mr. Lavine. has been'appointed  in charge of Lutheran churches' at  Phoenix, Rossland and Nelson.  The customs returns for Boundary  points for January were: Grand Forks,  $2104.90; Phoenix, $656.09; Carson,  $100.56; Cascade, $29 45.  Dan Matheson, foreman at the  Snowshoe" mine, left on Monday on a  trip to his former home at Ripley,  Ont.    He will return in about a month.  Victor Reid, the young son of Conductor Jerry Reid, is in Grand Forks  hospital with a badly sprained ankle  as the result of coasting at Eholt on  Monday.  The little daughter of E. Bailey of  Eholt was brought to the Phoenix hospital a few days ago, suffering with  appendicitis. An operation has been  found unnecessary, however.  Arthur E. McKenzie was arrested  in G.-eenwood recently for beating a  half-breed woman. He pried off some  bars at his cell and escaped, but was  recaptured at Midway. He appeared  before a magistrate this week and was  given six months in jail. '   '  In a recent issue of the Vancouver  Province,   Jack McDonald, a former  B.C. COPPER EARNS  10 P.C. LAST YEAR  88,609 Shares Treasury Stock  Were Issued  The annual meeting of the British  Columbia Copper company took place  at Charle'stown, West Virginia, on  Tuesday of this week.  The financial statement of the company for the fiscal year, ending. November 30th last was presented. During the year the company earned ten  per cent on its capital stock, which  prior to recent increase amounted to  $2,515,000. v'  During the past few months the  company issued 88,609 shares of its  treasury stock for the purpose of acquiring control of the New Dominion  Copper company.  The conciliation board dealing with  the dispute between the British Columbia company and its employees  commenced-its -sittings - at-the court  house in Greenwood on Wednesday,  and at a late hour yesterday it was expected the hearing of evidence will be  concluded this morning. It is probable  a referendum vote will.be taken by the  union members, in which case it is expected the matter of a strike-will be  settled negatively. -      .-��� .  The conciliation board will have an  important question to decide, however.  The Union claims" that they have' the  right to insist on all employees at the  smelter and mines .of the British  Columbia Copper company being mem  bers of "the Western Federation of  Miners ; this right the company denies.  (Uvea A Six MMlht'< B-tol  Nelson's temperance aldermen were  defeated ��� recently in an - attempt- to ,  force through a bylaw for the abolition  of all saloons in the city. The measure  was given the six month's hoist on the  casting vote of the mayor.  NO SUNDAY MAIL  Phoenician, challenges Billy  Biner ofl  Phoenix, the welterweight champion of \\j*H'% Day Alllaacc S��ccM4s.la Statttaf U��  British Columbia, for a sparring contest.  Tbe challenge has been accepted for  Junior Hockey  The Phoenix junior hockey team  journeyed to Greenwood last Saturday  and had a friendly game with youthful  puckchasers of that city. Although  the home team won in a score of 2'  goals to 1, the Phoenix septette made  a good showing fpr their first match.  Following was the line-up of the teams:  F. Tinnetti goal T. J Boak  A Mattinson point S. Hart  H. Bell c. point W. Bryant  E. Murray rover F. McMillan  E. Pierce       r. wing      J. White  G. Biner 1. wing W. Fair  E. Geddes      centre J. McMillan  It is certainly refreshing to find a  man with the honesty of Axel Fern-  strom of Phoenix. On Thursday  morning he found a $10 bill on the  sidewalk and promptly brought it to  the Pioneer office to advertise for the  loser. Later in the day Pavid Hill  identified the bill satisfactorily and received tbe money.  On account of the change in the  railway timetable the mail for the east  now closes at 1.10 p.m. at the post-  office.  REPORT OF CITY  WATER ANALYSIS  Provincial Chemist Says It Is  Satisfactory  The water being pumped into the  city water mains from the Stemwinde1  shaft may be used for domestic purposes, according to C. J. Fagan, secre'  tary of the provincial board of health.  When the Phoenix water supply  company recently tapped the Stem-  winder mine water with the city mains  considerable suspicion as to the purity  of the water was aroused. Dr. Dickson, local medical health officer, immediately sent several quarts of the mine  water to Dr. Fagan to be analyzed, and  on Wednesday received a wire from  the provincial authority, stating that  there was absolutely no contaminating  substances in the water and that it  might be used for domestic purposes.  Dr. Dickson recommends, however,  that all water used for drinking purposes locally should be boiled,  $500 a side,  Greenwood Board of Trade are  pressing for construction of tbe Great  Northern railway from Denoro to Mid  way via Greenwood. Their resolutions  have been endorsed by the Associated  Boards of Trade of Southern British  Columbia, and they have received  letters from Premier Laurier, Martin  Burrell, M.P., Senator Bostock and  Hon  their  PMtatflccs ������ Sahbath  Postmaster Matheson, in common  with other postmasters throughout  Canada, has received instructions from  the deputy postmaster general that the  postoffice lobby must be' closed on  Sundays. The change, however, effects  .boxholdejrs only. -   ���:i,-,.^-r.1^^,n,^x^--:\.  It seems that the order closing, the  lobbies of the postoffices on Sunday  was procured through the efforts of the  Lord's Day Alliance.    Some months  W.   Templeman,   stating   that I sincethe alliance began a campaign to  support   will  be given   to   the J have all postoffice buildings ���closed, on  movement  to   have  link constructed   in  the  terms   of  the  Great  charter.  NEW C.P,R. TIME CABD  and  Train Now leaves Pboeolx  at 2  p  Reinrnlnf Arrives at 5.35 p.m.  A new lime card in connection with  the Boundary division of the Canadian  Pacific railway went into effect on  Wednesday, 9th inst.  Trains now leave Phoenix at 2 p.m.,  instead of 1.25, and anive at Nelson  at 10.25 Pm- Train leaving Nelson  at   8.35   a.m.   arrives  in   Phoenix  at  5-35 Pm-  The    eastbound    and     westbound  Boundary trains now pass at Greenwood, instead of Fisherman, so that  eastbound passengers from Phoenix  now have a short wait at Eholt.  Laurier to Visit Coast  It has been announced that Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, premier of Canada,  will visit the coast this summer and  speak at several of the principal cities.  He will be accompanied by two or  three msmbers of his cabinet.  The Chink's New Year  Heng Joa and Michael Mullin held  a joint celebration of the Chinese New  Year in one of the camps of the new  railway, but will conclude in the local  police court. During the celebration  Heng drew a knife on Michael, fracturing the latter's skull, who is now receiving repairs at the local hospital. In  the meantime Heng Joa is doing the  New Year in the local lockup.  J. L. Martin returned to Spokane  yesterday after spending a few days in  town. Mr. Martin is manager of the  International Investment and Realty  company, a newly incorporated company of Spokane.  Mrs. Silas Smith and Mrs. Sutherland were the hostesses of a very enjoyable at-home at Mother Lode on  Tuesday evening of last week. At the  home of Mrs. Smith the carpets were  removed and floors waxed, which together with excellent music furnished  by the Stephens-Sutherland-Ohman orchestra, left nothing lacking for a delightful dance. Over fifty guests were  present and whist was indulged in by  those who did not participate in dancing. At mid-evening a dainty luncheon  was served at the home of Mrs. Sutherland. The rooms were tastefully decorated in red and green, while green  boughs were entwined at the entrance  to the homes, around which Chinese  lanterns were hung. The guests departed during the early hours of the  morning with many expressions of  having spent a pleasureable evening.  this connecting I Sunday. The first step was in the  accordance with {shape of a secret circular issued to  Northern's j clergymen of the country,' soliciting  their efforts to bring about'the end  sought for. The circular was issued  by the Rev. T. Albert Moore, secretary  of" the Alliance in Canada. This circular was dated October 28th, last, and  when published caused considerable of  a sensation, but nothing was done to  counteract the effect of the campaign,  which has now proven successful. The  circular was marked "Important, confidential, personal."  HadMn Bay Railway  Canada will next spring begin construction, to be completed within three  years of a railroad to Hudson Bay,  probably to be operated by one of the  existing private corporations, or by  several jointly, to be be available four  months each year, and provide an outlet for western Canadian wheat that  will save five cents per bushel in transportation.  ira5HSHsasa5EsasH��Esasa5a5BsasE5a5Hsasa52sasssHsssa5asa5B5HS'��5t*^^  Feb-7 11, 'io  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor   1900,  11903,1904, 1905,  1906, 1907,1908 sad 1909, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  r90i roo*.  tliNa.  ] Granby Mines...  ���t anowshoe. .  [Phoenix Atnal..  ] B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode_  B. C. Mine..   Emma _  Oro Denoro....  J Bonnie Belle   I Dom. Cop. Co..,.  Br'blyn-atcm..  Idaho.   Rawhide   Sunset-...   Mountn Rose.  MhclsUn   Morrison .  j K. Bell...   J Senator   I Brey Fogle..   No. J7   I Reliance-   I Sulphur King���  ! Winnipeg. ...._  I Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  3ig Copper   I No. 7 Mine   190s       1903  J09.858 393.718  30,800    71,SIS  141,316 138.079  14,811 19,363  1904 1903 1906  549.703 653.889 801.404   -    8.436  1907      1908      1909 1910   Week[  ����3.��7 ��oa8,747 1.067,983 155,689 as,77.7[  '3S.OO'     48,026     170,360 jj,5oo    4,9             Mi  8,530  ".937  ���5.537  t74,*o8 147,576 105,900        1.4S8  9.48s  3.007  J7.��*>  16.400  11,804  3.177  M8.3M  1,7"  >8,*74  14,481  3��.��99     350,433   55.3*5    9.000}  66,630 8,953      *J70        3So[  J'JSO   55.73'  7.455    15.731  1.339  150  560  I85  &��5  364  3.070  S.��S��  4Vs869  I.4SO  >ss  164  S3  15,109  3.056  4.747  l,Ssj  140,685  1.960  16,031  48.3.90  3.3A5  43.195  "1.153  64.173  31.170  3��.��S8  649  S.780  10,740  3.801  Sjo  no  1.435  33  150  481  a.060  "890  5*6  ...30  145  119  7.0  ��SO  ...jo  106  76  I 140  40  140  90  "05  108  146 ....  40  700  so  315  167  500  -1  535  ��� 5  *89  50  6S9   .  J.M  *3��    ���  73   ���  10   .  40  90   .  390  M4  jetty of Paris   ! Jewel ���   I Riverside   ICarml._   { Sally -   I Kambler _.  j Butcher Boy....  Duncan   I Providence   ] Elkhorn..   j Strathmoie .....  I Golden Bagle...  1 Preston   I Prince Henry���  I Skylark   1 Last Chance ....  8. P. O. Mine...  I Bay   I Mavis ���..   , Don Pedro   I Crescent ���.  Bruce   j Republic ._.  I Miscellaneous...  Totitl.tons.��� 508,876 690,419 8��9,8oS 933,638 1,161,537 1,148,137 1,487,480 1,598,715 135.184 40.10  J Smelter treatment���  1 Granby Co    313,140. 401.911   351,596687,988818,879   637,636 1037,544 1,043,837 148,980 14,995 [  1 B.C. Copper Co.    148,600 163,013  310,484 310.830 111,740   341.951 364,850   341,370    57.455   9.J87  j Dom. Cop. Co..          133,57��    30.930   84,059318,811    153.439 33,666      _. .  1 Total reduced.  30  45  30  110  500  460,940697,404837.605933,877 1.173,4301.133.017 i,359.o6o 348,4.39    iSiSSSSSiSSSiSZS153SiSilSZSi52S^SeS3SSSeSi^.  'X HS*P*iJ|SMI����PJI|l|*IJ  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOENIX, B.C.  With half tho labor, and at  half the coat of other soap,  Sunlight   does the  whcJe  washing In half the time,  ���yet -without Injuring  the  most delicate fabric.  Use It the Sunlight way.  Follow the direction*!.  The Phoenix Pioneer  Ami BtRriicUry Mining Jounuli  imobo o�� aAxtnoAva bit tub  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  tvt nommix, a. c  The latest British Columbia journa  listic effort, The Portland Canal Miner,  l!ns reached our exchange table, and  reaffirms optimistic reports which have  already reached us concerning the  Portland Canal district. The Miner  is published at Stewart, at the Gateway  to the promising mining camps of the  northern, cqast, .and reflects careful  editing and a success typographically.  Two drastic corporation measures  have been introduced in the Dominion , house. One places ocean tele  graphs and.wireless companies under  control of the railway commission  The other provides for investigation of  price-enhancing combines and removal of tariff protection from the  guilty.     , t   The progress of western Canada is  well illustrated when one of its four  railways���the Canadian Pacific���an  nounces that jt will spend thirty millions this year, in extensions and im  provemeuts to its western division.  r  B. G MINING  I BtuineM erne* No. 14.  ,| iftMMMf'a rwMaaco, Ma. is.  >4kjJ����Sav*SlB*S>SS#S>tB��<iS3l��S<l  ���vwtturrnoirft �� adtabcb.  sis i(oaUH...������......��.���~ ��� - 'i.ts  fa Ik* DalUd Stalw. a*r w>���.��.nn. s.so  T, ALPRCO LOVE. MftNA.KR.  r����'f*  Vn I-   1  W  *   '  KW%  Satpaday, February 12, 1910  Every city, in'the province is oyer-  r tun^t present ,with real estate- agents,  ���e)ling;largely misrepresented properly.  Phoenix is no exception; in  fact it' is  doubtful'if .any, other city contributes  an equal amount, per capita, to-the  coffers of the silvery-tongued  land ex.  plotter than tjhis-camp.    Land pedd-  ' len���male and-female���keep   upt a  ���i continual attack Onthe savings' of'the  local   wage-earner, and in  many in-'  ���*��� '11011068 unearned wages'are practically  , '^.^h^orkVof the land,agent is having  ,a|seiipiii,effect on Phoenix j. thousands  -: of dollars go out of the city, every  month' to  land  corporations. -  There  ?t?arV instances,where *waee earners, who  .Jure not been able,,to pay their ac-  ,. vCOuptiViwith local merchants for several  .  ������if , < .  1 r> -ft<&    -  Steady shipments are reported from  the seven principal mines operating in  the Sheep Creek camp, the railroad  siding at Salmo being .blocked with  ore sacks.  In the tunnel on the Cosavello property, at Moyie, a' gold-bearing quartz  ledge has been located at 130 ft. from  the portal, carrying as high as $60 in  gold. Most of the mineral showings  in Moyie camp are silver lead.  Since the reorganization of the Canadian Metal Co. last year its financial  affairs have improved and the work at  the Blue Bell mine, at Riondel, has  given good results. About 900 tons  of zinc ore is now milled, per week.  - The Sullivan silver-lead mine in  Fort Steele division, which had not  produced anything for several years,  began to'ship again last week. The  Canadian Consolidated Mining &  Smeltipg recently took over the mine.  > In the face'of a 380-ft. tunnel on the  bid North Star mine a  large  body of  ore carrying aboi^t 60 oz. of silver and  49%.lead has .been pierced.'  Drifting  and sinking are now  in 'progress to  ascertain the value.and extent  of the  deposit. '  '    In' connection   with  the  proposed  high-voltage power line for tbe Sheep  ,Creek-Ymjr district,,it ,is  now  stated  that tbe men owning the water  power  in the gorge of the Pend d'Oreile, near  ,. .. .  .    .- 1 1 its confluence with the Columbia, will  months, are sending substantial sums    , ���.������;���    ,.'<��� .1   ,  - r .   .    ,    . :    I shortly pijt.it under development.  every month to land companies���be- ���<wJ.   ,    . r  jfesK.ftiiBJ!  s'A, a.jtj>r  WP'*  r_tfS  ii"-  &' "  mi  *R.��>iI.!T"A*'',     c.    >  m ^" vr '*-/. y  cause.they must keep up the payments  ...pa,their,land or lose, what they have  ' ^already..invested.    In  this, way  they  - 'are simply'investing  money belonging  '"'to'-merchants,  who   get .the   double  .   "cross:     The   land   agent   is   getting  ,.   n^pney,which properly belongs  to  the  ..   nierchant, and he is getting the ready  .money which would otherwise go to  the merchant. '   ' -  Cranbrook has Uken'the  initiative  >n the  matter and  imposes  a  tax, of  $trM�� on,^ ��M^e^p,ed^lers from ouU  side.points, who,have no rents .to  pay  ^n^jDq reputation to maintain.,,,. It is  itjmecfof.Phoenix.merchants!,to .talse a  '��� 'handland request ;the council to fim  ' pose <a good 'substantial ��� fine - on  the  - crstwhire local land sharks.  ,'1'he,British elections ended with-the  return of the Liberals to power,, with a  ����c^pHt^-of���one~Feat^over-the--Union-  ���ists, hut with the Nationalists  an^_La-  Jl  ,-V '.   .'J*.1, ���"���. .X     _ r '--(.. v.-"    v.  boritesisecurely holding the balance of  " power.    The -Labontes-and   Liberals  - are'one in so far as all  questions  ex-  " jgujj labor legislation,  ar^'concerned,  -and these two' parties combined have  Hut.      ,!��,"      |V-        r >     ,       ^  , a " good   wprking- majority  over  the  Conservatives.    Moreover, the Nation-  >   ojists sav they will not raise disturbing  < ' queslionsof their own until the case of  ',* the House of Lords has been disposed  of.    The Laborites, or Nationalists, or  ' both together, may then demand some  ,    things the government cannot  see  its  way to concede, and  if this  is  done  another election will have to  be  held  within a year.  < '  In spite of the sensational resigna  tion off Capt. Tatlow from the provin  cial government on the eve of election,  it is reported Premier McBride is  shortly to reward his former finance  minister-and old political collta?ue.  Capt. Tatlow, it is stated, will be appointed financial representative of the  province in its dealings with the Canadian Northern railway. Thus, although the captain resigned his post  tion   of finance minister  because  he  ' could not endorse the Canadian Nor  (hern scheme piesented by the prem.  ' ier, he will be asked to act as the commissioner who will see that the financial arrangements between the government and the railway company are  carried out  Frank A. Ross, late managing director of the Daly Reduction Co,  Hedley, has returned to his headquarters at the Spokane Club, Spo<  kane, Wash., from an extended trip to  Mextco-inrthe interests of the estate of  Marcus 'Daly, which recently purchased  the Ginco Minas' properties in Jalisco,  Mexico; upon the .final report of Mr.  Ross.   V! _" _ - ";  ��� No better-indication of the promising condition of 'the Interior mines  arid of the'prosperous season that lies  ahe(id of them could .be wished for  than thtfact that the last week,in Janu  uary saw a number- of them enter upon  the shipping list. First shipments  were made from the Sullivan, the Sum-  mit, the Reco, the Ruth, the Maestro,  the Mother Lode, (Sheep Creek), the  Utica, the ^Lucky Boy, the Rambler  and1 the Silver'King,  The Ethel Silver Mining company,  whose property is located a mile and a  half from^TrputjLake City, B.C., reports a .shipment of a car of ore containing 838 sacks, to the Consolidated  Smeltipg.company at Trail. .This is  the first the company, has -shipped for  some.time, but it expects to follow  fiis sbjpment with other carloads every  15 days. Two shipments made on  January 30, 1909, ran $80 and $160  to the,ton. The last .shipment went  .as high as $320 to the ton.  Mining w��. Rallrotdlng  One of the' most irritating fictions,  and one that is contantly reiterated, re  fers to mining. It is popularly be  lieved that mining is essentially a dan  gerous calling. No amount ,of reason  ing convinces the lay mind that this is  not .the case.  ' A comparison of statistics may convince where reasoning fails.  More than eighteen thousand men  are employed in the collieries of Nova  Scotia. During 1908 there were 41  fatal accidents at these collieries. To  be exact, theie were 2.2 men killed for  each 1,000 employed. 3  Last year the railways of Canada  employed 19.443 trainmen Of these  113 were killed. That is, the fatality  rate was 5.8 per 1,000 men employed.  As this is considerable more than twice  the rate obtaining in Nova Scotian  collieries, the moral is obvious.'  Kow The British Havy Protootd Canadian*  Nearly forty years ago, before Ca  nadian capitalists1 had turned their attention to Spanish America, writes Watson Griffin in February Busy Man's  a Canadian by the name of McGee, a  naturalist of no mean attainments,  went from Montreal to Central America to make certain studies there, and  eventually settled on tlie west coast of  the Republic of Guatemala at the little  town of San Jose, the port of entry for  the capital city. He was shortly af.  terwards appointed British consular  agent at San Jose. The position was  not a lucrative one, but it had its  honor and gave him time to pursue his  studies One evening in the year 1871  Mr. McGee was entertaining a few  friends when a messenger ' came from  the commandant at the port, saying he  wished to see him.    McGee said :  "Kindly give my compliments to  the commandant and tell him it is impossible for me to go at present, but I  will be over to see him as early in the  evening as possible."  Shortly afterward the messenger returned and said : "The commandant  demands your immediate presence and  says to tell you if you do not at once  appear before him he will place you  under arrest."  McGee told the messenger that he  would see the commandant 111 a hotter  place than San Jose before he would  comply with such a threatening order,  and if the commandant wished to see  him immediailey he had better come  himself.  The   commandant  did  come,   but  with a body of  soldiers,   and carrying  McGee off to military prison,   ordered  that he sho.ild receive fifty  stripes  on  the naked back.    As  an  actual   fact |  McGee received   fifiy-one  stripes and  lay almost at death's door  for  several  months at the home  ef another  Canadian,    Mr.   Stanley   McNider,    of  Guatemala City.    He owed  his life to  the careful nursing of Mr.  and   Mrs.  McNider, who, like himself,   were   na  tives of Montreal.  Meantime, however, the British  Minister at Guatemala had been ac  tive. He at once cabled the. home  office and immediately came a reply  that a British cruiser then , lying ,off  Puntarenas, Costa Rica, had,been ordered to San Jose,1 and would be there  within forty-eight hours, and instruc  tructions were that if during the interim the Guatemalan Government had  not made official apology, not only to  the British Government, (but also to  McGee, and agreed to pay McGee five  hundred pounds sterling-for each and  every stripe received, a total of about  one hundred and twenty.-five thousand  dollars, San Jose should be taken.  Before the British warship arrived the  official apologies were given, immediate payment of the money offered and  the commandant reduced to the ranks  and imprisoned. McGee did not accept the money, he afterwards pointed  out that the facilities for shipping and  landing goods at San Jose were inadequate and that if he were given ex.  elusive dockage rights he could secure  capital   to . provide   proper < facilities.  The Government of Guatemala granted  him the exclusive rights asked for and  he disposed of them to the Campnn'a  de Agendas, which today is one of the  wealthiest corporations in Spanish-  America, while McGee himself is a  multi millionaire.  Carnival  Last of Season  At Phoenix Skating Rink  Tues. Feb. 15  Best Gent's Costume,  ' Gold Mounted Pipe,  value #10.00  Best Ladies' Costume,  Gold Mounted Umbrella, value -    -    -  #10.00  Best Boy's Costume,  Fob, value "-    -    -    #4.00  Best Girls' Costume,  Half - Dozen Silver  Spoons, value    -    -    #4.00  Best Representative of  any Character, 14-  pound Fruit Cake,  value #6.00  Men's Race, Mer-  chaum Pipe, value -    #7.'25  Ladies' Race, Gold  Clock, value- '-    -    #6.50  Boys' Race, Gold-  Mounted Fob, value    #3.50  Girls'    Race,    Silver'  Sugar Shell, value -    #1.50  Free - for - All,   China  "   Set, value     -    -'   -    #6.00  BAND IN ATTENDANCE  Doors open at 7.30.     Prizes Awarded  and Masks Raised at 9 p.m.  Prizes on Exhibition at E. A. Black's  Jewelry Store.  IDEAMFS HOTEL I  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by  hot water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation  of the public, Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to-Datc. Meals  served at all hours, special attention being given  the  Diningroom,  Centrally  Located  on  the Bridge,  Fifth Strcer,  Phoenix.  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING. **  DRAYINO  Of till   IuiiiIk   ptomptly  lumndi'f'  to.    riupnl  Kxpii'KH und  Hiiv'Kaih  TnuiHfi'r.   CJuiffnI attention lor'  orilci'B. Mione AW  JAHES Q. ricKEOWN  A. S. HOOD,  PI re, Life and  Qeneral Afeu .  Accldcn Insurance.  ST EA M   HEATED.  TELEPHONE   48      -~  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-,  Date   Hotel   in   Phoenix.   New  from cellar to roof.    Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  Steam   ��*    Heated  I  JAMES MARSHALL, Prop. Phoenix, B.C.  S  w$mmmm$0*m  m^**90*****$**+t  Admission, Adults, 50c; Children, 25c.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY INf ORE RECORD  Sklantaw aid Sael -��r Recti** P��r Year to  *'DU��.<  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1910 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK.  Boundary 37i7'a  Rossland     6,606  East Columbia River   2,117  YEAR  >96.oSS  23,260  7,522  Total 46.435  SMELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby 25.453  B.C. Copper'Co.  Trail   8,37 s  12,671  426,837  130,032  47,575  49,644  Total    46,496    227,251  ���Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or .Toilet. For washing  underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses  and rifles.  Fortune Telling  to  Does not take into consideration tbe one  nn's happiness���womanly health.  The woman who neftlects her Hattth>'b.i>30ectiag'  the  very foundation of ail good lortnaM.   Far without health.  love loses its lustre and gold is but dross.  Womanly health when lost or impaired oasty generally be  regained by the ose ol Ht'. Pseroa'a 'Favosita Prescription.  TUa PreaeHpH��a stars, tmrmrmr 40 yemrm,  been curios afe/teatfe, sreaUs. p*ta*wrme&ss*  women, or *���*���' aomlrenSm ot thooamatSa  matt thla too In tma prtrmver ot taolr Astute*  without their hmvimt to smhmM to hasMell*  state tjaeatloata&a asoaf mttamstrotr ropua*  emat oxmmlnmtloa*.  Sick women are invited to oencraU Dr. Pierce by latter free.  AQ correspondence held as sacredly confidential.   Address World's Dispensary  Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. O., President, Buffalo, N, Y.  Da. Pibrcb's Gbbat Family Docroa Book, The People's Common Sense  Medical .Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition���1000 pages, answers in  Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married,  ought to know about. Sent frtt, in plain wrapper Co any address on receipt of  31 ooe-cent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 50 stamps.  Household Laundry Work  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish "the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As wc ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  the  mtm  J as. McCreatfi & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  mtm%  nwt ura h  UNDER  NEW  MANAGEMENT  fIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT FOR L0N6 0RIVES, LIGHT  OR.HEAVY TCAMIN6, DRAYINO, Etc., at Rsaaon-  -��� ab's Rates.  We aim to Please and Solicit an Opportunity.  0RV WOOD IN ANY QIANTITY.  McEIroy Bros.  (PHONE 341  Phoenix, B.C.  EGGS!   EGGS!   EGGS!  Choice Selected Large "* Ontario " Eggs.  These are admitted to be equal to "New Laid" or "Ranch" Eggs.  We are giving special prices on case and 'half-case lots.  P. BURNS & Co.,L,d Phoenix, B.C.  1��UC��'K   N'O.   ii  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reeo laundry <.  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello!  A. io  Reco Laundry  THE  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  BSTABLISHKD    IN     1896.  THE MOST  PAPER   IN  PRACTICAL  niNERS'  THE   WORLD. & &  It gives all the Important Mining Ne vs, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every-day mining man. ::':::::  ���S  PHK  YBA.R-9A.MPLB  Published every Saturday at Lbs- Angeles, California.  I  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  Bv the systematic *uwl jii'licioue care of money  By making frequent depos-ta in the Intnrest Department  By carrying an account in thq Business Department  and pai ing for everything by check. '  THIS PLAN  Curbs wasteful expenditure  Keeps an accurate tub up >n outlay *  Eases business transactions  Advances business prosperity  AI way p helps business men  BEGIN TODAV NOT TOMORROW OR LATER.   ASK HOW NOW  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Savings Bank Department at All    ffiees  87 Branches Throughout Canada 87  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL   OV3R  TH2   VX.l  (���������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������OSttSSSStSSSfSSSttS*  Bank Block, Phoenix^ B.C  S-   O'HANLEY  SI IA VI NO PARLORS  AND     BATHROOM;  PHOENIxiB, C.  S.xl Poor to McKac Bros  Milters Barber shop  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. and A. M; .;,.  Kcguisr communication 8 p. m.     Be.  ond Thursday orcsch month.  Kmcrient meetings ���scsllc<l;Mai>onW  lIslT, Mrllnte Block.  W.S COOK  SccretarT.  K. S. HKA8EK     ,  W.M.��  I. O. O. F.  8NOW8HOK LODOK NO. .6  Steels every Monday KvcniiiK  si Miners' tlsl  Vlsltlnii hrrthreu cordially Invited.  T A. I ovk, Noble Orsiid  W. A, Pickakd, Fin  Secv.  W. A   Cook, Record.; Hecy,  PUOKMX  A.KUIK   NO. lfiM  Meets In UnlonHall  Friday evrtiings  Visiting-    brothers  always welcome  '.Thor'on, W. P.  Orriu D. Bush,  W. See  K.ofP.L0Dt,E,No.28   I'HOENlXy B.C.������  Meete every TubhdaY  Evkwino at 7.30   :    :  Sojourning Brothers Ccrdla'ly  welcomed.        :  '   : .��� ���/1  l-KKKINS (!.C.  Welcomed.  K. II. McCRACKKN  Z. of K.  WOOD  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  'Phone B32  Johnson & Anderson  THE KING'S HOTEL  "Tbe Pride of the Boundary."  PHOENIX, B. O.  Newly renovated and newly furnished, modern in appointments and  centrally located, culinery department par excellence" and Bar  stocked with choicest liquors and cigars, the King's is headquarters  for travellers.    Bus meets all trains.    Commodious sample rooms.  The King's Grill  Short  Order   ideals  served  in  the   King'* GRILL   at all hours.  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager  9��������offl����e��������G����co9������*3��.������w��w��*��������w��eo��e����ee��������S  Furniture  Insight  JS not essentially an attribute of wealth;  people of less affluence  often have the real sense  of artistic values. For instance the home of plenty  isn't always the most  beautiful. A less pretentious reception room may  be ever so much more  pleasing, surely more inviting. The sort of ��� furniture that adds the right  touch of harmony is the  kind we sell. Easy chairs  and antique piece's of rare  design, Dainty Dining',  room furniture, Royal  China Buffets, and Extension Tables. Catchy  conceits all, but not at a  prohibitive price. This  sort of furniture is lastingly satisfactory, and  that's what counts.  C. F. EDWARDS  COMPLETE UHE OF   CARPETS, RUGS,  WINDOW SHADES, ALWAYS IN STOCK  COLUMBIAN COUEGL  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  ProviiU'p a Christian home loratu-!-  ���rit�� of both oexca at moiittrnle ratcR.  Hub a. preparatory class for junior attains, il liny; igiadi pulilic school work  Does high School work, confers all high  ji'hool privileges, and prepares for teach-  -tb' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education m  'to Collegiate Course and in the Ladlns'  Couise for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arte 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.,Priuci>  ptU;or Bev. J. P. Boweli. Boruur. PHOENIX PIONEER. PHOENIX   B.'C  Here'sa Hint!  GOOD CREAM OR MILK. Much aa the PHOENIX DAIRY  BRAND, !������  the baslii of a tempting uioal.    It makes everything taste better.   Try Stand you'll nlwuys buy it.    All milk is norvateil before being gold.  ;W..:As:MGEAY&:SONSy  'PHONE E 32       ������������.������ Dklivkhko to Ai<l Pahth ok this City  D. J. Matheson  3h0urance Haent  tfitiKlA-w'    1IONOH.  FIRK,      L.IFK  ANr>  ACCIDENT.  1'LATK   OtABS  COMMIpWIUNHII    KOH    TAKING    AFKIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Yotit Opportunity  *-Asay a- Neural! �����������*  'the   new  remedy for  Nervous  Exhaustion  Heredity isone of tlie main causes  of nervous exhaustion. Children  whose minds give way in school,  girls lacking in nerve stamina, and  young men exhausted by ordinary  -business cares, prove this. Occasional treatment with ','A.SAYa-  Nburam/'-Js their salvation. It  feeds the nerves, induces sleep,  improves the appetite and.digestion, and restores full nerve power. $1.50 abottle.   I<ocal agent.  JOHN LOVE.  Now is your chance to secure many of the little decorations  and requirements of tho home at Bargain prices. We have  a large and varied selection of articles left over from Christmas which we wish to clear, and are offering':*them at a big  reduction.    Buy yourself a   present  now at half-price.  McRAE BROS., LTD.  STATIONERY      PAPERS      MAGAZINES  MINERAL ACT.  (I'OKM   F.)  Cenlficaie of Improvement!.  ..:. .NOTICE.    ���.'������  McKInlwy Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.  Whore located:���In Providence Camp  TAKE NOTICE, that I, A. A. Mnln-  tosh. Free Miner's Certificate No. B26408.  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 of. the  above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before tho issuance of such Certificate  ol Improvements.  Dated this Fifth day of January, A ,D.  1010.  7-8 A. A  MoINTOSH.  r  Phoenix Beer  Pure and wholesome.     Cold'and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  Is Recognized  by all   ss the  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY.1  WHY?    Because its  manufacturers employ all of their energy'to-the  turning out ol a perfect  Beer  from  the bust materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 23  PHpeiiix    Brewing    Co.  !*W^��MW^Mi  MMMMMOMMMjl  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.  "     V"   -    lowertown, io.ooa.in.  Leave   Greenwood  '-��� -    -.   3.00 p. m.  Line  Standard Time  NOTIOB.  NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that  the Canadian Pacific Railway company  (Leasee .and exercising the franchises  of the Columbia & Western Railway)  has this day filed in the district land  registry office at Kauiluopa plan, profile  and book of reference showing a change  in location on the Motlierlode branch of  the said Columbia & Western Railway,  bei ween inile 3.5 and mile 4, and that  thirty days hereafter or so soon as the  application can be heard, the said company intends to apply to the board of  Railway Commissioners for.Canada for  approval of the said plan.  ��� Dated this 19th day of January 1910.  R Mabfole,  General Executive Asfisfant,  Canadian Pacific Railwav Co.  -.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phobsix. OirriOB, With . McKak Bros., Knob Hill Ave.  GILLIS & LAING, Proprietors  lOiwrn^n+ttssatstmss*** ����i^imwi^��i  tsMi*m*>imm0tam,gsi  'Oavtst****  FERROL  WILL  <  X  FERROL is a creamy emulusion of Cod Liver Oil  with sufficieht flavoring to cover the fishy taste.  We recommend it highly, especially for the Cough  or Cold that has settled on the chest. . ��� . v.  Price, One Dollar per bottle  LOVE'SDRUG STORE  PRESCRIPTIONS  CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.  UPPER TOWN        &        PHOENIX, B.C.  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  The Copper Handbook contains, in  thin new and /greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarily a better  book because of its gieater bulk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital iuporance to  Vol. VIII, issued May, 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with mine descriptions and  on statistic* have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  THE PROFIT-SHARING SCHEME  Under Conslderitloi by tho British Columbli  ColiRibls Copper Co,  (Victoria Colonist)  It is stated that the management of  the British Columbia Copper company  has at present under consideration a  plan which, if carried out successfully,  should go far to do away with any  probability of strikes on the part of its  miners. The idea is the adoption of a  profit-sharing scheme on the lines  which have already proved so.success-  ful in Great Britain, and which in one  or two other industries than mining,  are working very satisfactorily in one  or two European.. countries, and in a  few instances on this continent. Two  alternative plans are suggested, and  either or both of these, may be adopted.  The first is that the employees shall  have the right to subscribe at par for  a certain amount of the treasury stock.  The other plan is that a scale of wages  shall be put into force which shall be  adjustable to the price of copper.  The result of this idea, shb ild it be  adopted, is likely to  be  watched with  great  interest,   not  merely   by    mine  owners and mine operators, but by the  public at large, who are  the  principal  sufferers when master and servant.fail  to agree.   There is a growing tendency  among the better class of employers to  place  within  the reach   of the really  capable and efficient workman as  opportunity of profiting in   a   reasonable  proportion by the success of the business which his efforts have helped to  create, and it is a strong  proof of the  efficacy of such' schemes, and  of the  justice of the principle which   is their  motive power, that, wherever they.have  been    honestly    tried    and    capably  handled,   the   profit-sharing    systems  have resulted in   increased  efficiency  on the part of the  employee, and the  almost total disappearance of all   friction between him and  his  employer.  A man does not  go  to  work  to pull  down  a   business   in   which   his own  money is invested, and the success of  which means an increase in   his yearly  income.    The only draw back   to the  profit-sharing  is   that  it   will   force a  large number of skilled  agitators   into  the ranks of the unemployed.  PROVINCIAL.  The welfare of the community demands that as far as possible the State  should stand in the place of parents to  neglected children.  ZAM-BUK CURES PILES  Evidence Prom All Soarcet  Bargain Sale  IN  HAND-MADE   SHOFS  Call in and Let Us show  You the Quality of Footwear we can offer You;  Shoes that will both Fit  and Wear   :::::::::  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  .A. T. TURANO, Proprietor  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 26 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry; Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, (-trades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology,  Deposits by Districts. States, Countries  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the.  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  "TERMS are the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent to  you, all carriage charges prepaid on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value 10 you?  PRICE is $6 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Stevens  There are so many so-called "re  medies" for piles that sufferers are often at a loss to know what to try. Piles  are caused by distension of the hemor-  hoid veins, and the tissue becomes  highly inflamed, dry and sore. Zam-  Buk cools and soothes the inflamed  tissue and the healing essences in Zam  Buk penetrate the diseased parts, giving ease quickly and eventually curing  the most obstinate cases of piles.  Mr. George Harris, of Virden, Man.,  says: "I suffered acutely from piles,  but I am glad to say Zam-Buk gave  me ease and brought about ultimate  cure." .-���-.���  Mrs. S. Cooke, 468 Pacific Ave.,  Winnipeg, says: "A month ago I was  cured by Zam-Buk of a bad attack of  bleeding piles, to which I had been  subject for a long time."  Mr. William Keuty, of Upper Nine  Mile River, Hants Co, N.S., says : "I  suffered terribly from piles. The pain  from these at times was almost unbearable. I tried various ointments, but  everything failed to do me the slightest  good. I was tired of trying various  remedies, when I heard of Zam-Buk,  but thought, as a last resource, I would  give this balm a trial. I procured a  supply and commenced with'the treatment In a very short time Zam-Buk  effected what all the other ointments  and medicines had failed to do���a  complete cure."  Wherever there is inflammation or  ulceration, there Zam-Buk should be  applied. It heals, ulcers, abscesses,  festering sores, cold cracks, scalp  sores, cuts, burns, scalds, bruises and  all irritated, inflamed or diseased conditions of the skin and subjacent tissue.  All druggists and  stores,   50  cents  a  Enderby has opened its new city  hall.  Citizens of Merritt are discussing  incorporation..  Deer herds are increasing in the  Lillooet country.  Erection of a new Baptist church  has begun at- Peachland.  Aldermanic compensation in Rossland is at the rate of $4   per   meeting.  Construction of the new Sisters' hospital as Revelstoke will shortly be be-,  gun.  Nelson's chess club has challenged  Spokane to a six-a-side telegraphic  match.  Vernon's 1909 council left a suiplui-  of $12,000 for ihe benefit of ihe pro-  sent year's board.  Revelstoke's city council has decided to transact public business on a  cash basis hereafter.  The payroll of the Nichola Valley  Coal and Coke company at Middles-  boro is now $15,000 per month.  It is said that James Cronin is gradually disposing of his interests in Spokane and at the same time putting his  money in Vancouver property.  . Swan Swanson, through his agent, is  laying out a fine orchard in- the Cres-  ton district. Five thousand four hundred and sixty fruit trees will be  planted this spring.  The Vancouver Power company is  making initial preparations to install a  20,000 hors.power unit at the Lake  Buntzen plant, which, complete, will  cost half a million dollars.  Aid. Stevens has introduced in the  Vancouver ' city council a resolution  approving the nationalization of telephone services, and the taking over of  this public service by the government.  An audit of the books of the city of  Revelstoke is being made by a Coast  firm of accountants, in order that the  citizens may have an independent  opinion of the financial condition of  the city.  Nelson is vigorously inforcing the  Curfew law. Ten youngsters, charged  with being on the public streets after 9  p.m., and also with the heinous crime  of snowballing, were before Magistrate  Bullock-Webster a few days ago,  pleaded guilty, and stand remanded  for sentence.  Horace J.   w����~v^��*i9 ,. . ,     f       -7     r, >   /-  * box, or post free from   Zam-Buk   Co.,  36,   Shelden Building,   Houghton (Toronto,   for  price.     Refuse  harmful  vftv .  TT s  X. 'substitutes.  If the Cranbrook Electric Light  company cannot supply 600 horsepower on May 22, they will forfeit a  I deposit of.$3ooo; but, as the improvements and enlargements to permit of  that amount being supplied are well  advanced, there is no likelihood that  the deposit will be forfeited.  Nelson city council is demanding a  check of $564.53 from the local school  board to cover the amount obtained by  the board from the sale of the old  school, which amount the council  claims has been wrongfully appropri  ated. The board shows a tendency to  fight the council and insists upon its  financial independence.  Kamloops citizens, through their  civic government, are objecting to the  maintenance of a sanitarium for the  treatment of tuberculosis within the  city limits, and will petition the Provincial Health department to give the  city power to close it up. It is claimed  that since the Tranquille sanitarium  was established, Kamloops has been  the dumping ground for that institu  tion, and that the health of the citizens  was in danger from the influx of consumptives.  St. Valentine Day  A number of people are curious as  to,the history of St. Valentine Day,  which falls on the 14th inst. According to Hayden's Dictionary of Dates  Valentine is said to have been a  bishop, who suffered martyrdom under  Claudius II. at Rome; others say  under Aurelian, in 271. The origin  of the ancient custom of "choosing a  valentine" has frequently been the  subject of controversy. Time was  when the valentine was a thing of great  beauty in its way, a combination of  fringed satin and card with an elaborate  floral design and perhaps a dove or  'wo. It is to be feared, however, thai  ihe up-to-date maiden of today much  '>rt-fers it to take Ihe more practical  form of flowers, chocolates or a pair of  gloves, and the artistic souvenirs over  which our great grandmothers heaved  pensive sighs ��� re more or less things of  the past.. Many of the modern so-  c tiled "valentines" are a libel on the  old idea, and are merely useful in  keeping up a custom that associations  and sentiment have served to make  dear to us.  Creston will send a deputation to  the capital to press its claims for a  high school.  Disease of The Kidneys        '  Brought on By Catarrh^  Pe-ru-na Made a Well Man  of Me,  \ Cannot Speak Too Highly  of It.  Mr. Ooorge King, 453 St. Denis St-i  Montreal, Canada, a well-known bus  lnesa man of that olty, writes:  "Peruna cured me from what the  doctors were afraid would turn Into  Bright's disease, and after you have  gone through  tho  suffering  that I  have with catarrh of tlie bladder and >  kidney trouble, and have been cured (  you aro pretty apt to romember the )'  medicine that did the work. <  "Peruna la a blessing to a sick man,  Bight bottles made mo well and wore  worth more than a thousand dollars  to me. I cannot speak too highly of  It. It Is now four years since I was  troubled, and I have enjoyed perfect  health since. Every spring und fall  I take a bottle ot it and It keeps mo  well."  INTERNAL CATARRH  ���UCHESTHE KIDNEY*.  CATARRH of the kidneys ia a very  much neglected disease.  It is not until the disease has a firm  hold upon the kidneys that tbe patient  begins to realize that there Is some derangement of these organs.  The slight backaches, the feelings of  lassitude, and other warning symptoms  of kidney disease are overlooked.  They are not serious enough to detain  the pationt from his regular work.  Even when he discovers that tiie kidneys are affected,  he does not recognize the dim-  eulty a* being  caused by catarrh.  ' Catarrh Is sometimes so -very gradual  la lta approach and lta earlier symptoms  eatue such slight discomfort that ft is  not noticed.  However, when It Is once firmly seated  In the kidneys It becomes a difficult dis-  MM to exterminate.  Indeed, catarrh of the kidneya is more  Mriona than catarrh affecting some of  the other organs of the body.  In the kidneys it is liable to terminate  In Bright's disease or diabetes, both ot  which arc recognized as very serious  ailments, if not fatal.  The tiling to be done, when catarrh of  the kidneys is discovered, is to take some  internal, systemic catarrh remedy, ono  lh��t reaches the very source of the cn-  MR. GEORGE KING  tarrh and  removes the cause of the  difficulty.'    Such a remedy has been found In Peruna. . It reaches catarrh, no matter  whoro It may bo located In the body���  whether-in tho more exposed membranes of tho noso and throat, or  whether In the remotest part of the  kidneys.  That Peruna is at once the safeBt and  most r o 1 i a b 10  PE-RU-NA AN INTERNAL  CATARRH   REMEDY.  remedy   for   catarrh of tho kidneys is proven by  the many testimonials written by thoM  who have experiencedits benefits.  Tho testimonials given hero are only  specimens of the many testimonials on  our records, pertaining to the,relief  afforded by Peruna in severo cases of  kidney trouble.  Kidney Disease of Long Standing.  Mr. Samuel A. Paxton, 1118 Troost  Ave., Kausas City,'-Mo., member  I. O. O. P. and National Annuity Association, writes:  "I am a well man to-day, thanks to  your splendid medicine, Peruna. ,1 was  troubled with catarrh and kidney disease of long' standing when I first began using Peruna. X soon found I was  getting better and continued taking it  for four months. It cleaned out the  system, leaving me' well and strong  and feeling better than I have in years "  THE  WAY  THE reader c��f a newspaper will readiby agree that it  is necessary for a merchant with any pretension to  aggressiveness to advertise. Merchants-are also aware  of this fact. Therefore it would seem that it is simply  a question as to what form the advertising will follow.  Newspaper  Advertising   Is  ths Most Inexpensive  and in fact THE ONLY WAY to communicate between the buyer and the purchaser  r  THE  1  PHOENIX PIONEER  IS THE BOUNDARY'S GREAT PUBLICITY MEDIUM  TE place the story of your wants in the hands of our  large list of subscribers at the rate of TWO  DO;LLA%S A YEAR. The advertiser cannot circularize or personally canvass the field we cover for  that amount. The man who has no business with  advertising has no business to advertise.  For advertising rates or further information address  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Ths Pioneer for Fins Commercial Printing  I ''k'W,i-;mim  iP^i*^"^'-"'--  j.;#B'v��'v  PHOEKIX PIOHEER, PHOENIX, ��.C*,.  ���:-,��!,  i#:rl*  NVESTMENT& REALTY Go;  ;��i:'-f''  NGORPO RATED,    FEBRUARY,   1910  Offices:  403-4 Eagle Block, SPOKANE, WASH.  Eeai Estate Bought and Sold; Ten-Year 6  per cent Gold Bonds issued; Agents for all  kinds of Business ; write for Prospectus : Buy  a, Grold Bond and receive 6 P.er Cent Interest  Compounded    annually    on    your   savings.  ;��� ���T������������'������������" ������m���. ������1������~���.         .in;  International Investment & Realty CO,  &]:M:r-J} L. MARTIN, Manager \] \j-  Phone Main 3        Eagle Block       Spokane, Wash.'  Isssssssssflsss'sWsWBsssat^^  immmmmmmm^  John Love returned from the coast  on Saturday.  Faultlessly Fashioned Fabrics  at Clearing Prices  111- *  nr^aunssiB  Sill  BliAOK AND BLUE WORSTED  i^lriTS, WERE $40.00, Now.. .  iALSO $38.00 and $35.00 SUITS  $30  '���i&fflM FOR ONE MONTH ONLY  ORDER YOUR EASTER SUIT NOW  iliiRT HORRELL, The Tailor  r^^^SfBS'H  JM I U K  i^ifliiiililiifgil  *?ff^tiat?pronounced presence of JUcb/Creani is found' only'  i^ihVrarert Milk. That lis'the kind we sell. We invite  iSybu to become a judge by giving us a trial Phone Orders  SSsto.:B.;:32, and same'will be1 promptly attended to and de-'  ������S'-��-v'liverBd daily. * - i.  mmmmmMmm^��^ A- Mc-'KAY'& SONS;  mm  mf-  liiirm.YA-NEXJRALI>  (TRADE MAHK)   ,   ���  ,TS   RE'COMMEN-DED  ,;|yjsf'ir!|;i:iM^wherr^-'persOTHyoung or old, through "'overwork, worry, intense excitement,  fc;>':;S^?i:Si:��5;S.K'gnef^aJ^hplicjdriother excesses, or from other recent or known causes, has  �� $��$$?:��� ^��j S^VOTOrstrainefi and ./exhausted the nervous system, and as the result, does ndl  ^���B^^^^^M'^^^^^^l^^^P ''red, is depressed, tearfnl, inclined to perspire at the  MI^^JS^ lack, of appetite^ and is, to sum up in a phrase,  '^fi^'^^^^^^^^s^w^  Such conditions arVevident  to everyone, and are com  ^  #1  "^Smon'jin'eyery^aimly.'and can by early treatment of brief duration by thi  "W^h^^^!^^'i:^^^a threefold effect of feeding the  nerve tissue,  enabling  :i��~M^Me^d^!^'i^^'^ and food to be .desired,and digested, be quickly 'over-  ���^M^eom&fp-^y^ih -" !-' -���.,.  |p||;;|j;:|||||||  LARGE BOTTLES. $1.50 ,:y   :' ',  :;#-'?S.��;'^ three  times a day "accordine", to directions,  affords  ��������'"'���?/;'?��itfeatme^ritjiori'about 40 days, all that is usually required for ordinary derange-  :/^:^^^cnis;bf;thie]Mryous system.        "' ''*.. r'  ;?f4S-;;;^;;5;i5::Sa1mp^ size1 bottles raay^be'obtained atx  ���  lliliBim's DRUG STORE  tS.    V\ * lYr,;T 'i- ' V ���- -��� V-  '���' -',���' ?'"-> "-' ������' ���-���'���'--    .J''"*"-  ������'������-'-������   ���   ��� ���    >������'���   '���'������  fil WTJ �����i*T3; : .<.:-' ?  ���    VT '^ (sss^sssssaosssssssssssisssssssssssssHssaiasnisssssssssssi  lliliillillfts  ':i%  s?,^,  aS-iv  ��^ iS&;fe^'5lH:';::?'-^::|t^'-^'  \/v$  ^I'TSaSfeftfcv^' }*:: trifle  air is iritrodtioed into  sSSif; fKootenay oven throiigii a  iseries of vents at the bottom  ^0t0Ja.e oven door, and the  I'&oo&inff fumes carried out  ^through another semes of  vents at the-babk of the oven.  jJArrowB in  illustration  show method \  of ventilation.)  Tho air in the  oven is always  kept pnre. The  natural flavor  ^vf |;.elv.:��' r y  article i s  bmpletely  retained  For sale, good coal heater; apply at  Pioneer office.  .   Firstclass dry wood, nny   length, for  sale ; phone E32.   .  Chas, Hagan returned from the hot  springs on Saturday.  Don't forget the Valentine dance  on Monday evening.  Board and rooms at the Cottage  hotel.���VV. Sutcliffe, prop.  The five fever patients in the hospital aie now convalescent.  Subscribe for the Pioneer and get  the latest Boundary news.  The local hockey team was "trimmed" at Nwlson on Monday.  Born���In Eholt, on Feb. 7th, to  Mrs. Leo. McAstocker, a son.  Robt. Bailey has decided to go  (arming and is selling his residence in  town to F. Guestly.  Mr. and Mrs. 1). Oxley went to Col-  ville, Wash., to attend the funeral of  the latter's brother-in-law.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  office in the bank block, Phoenix,  from the roth to 13th inst.  See I). J. Matheson about housekeeping rooms in the McArdle & Anderson block, First street, upper town.  There will be 53 Sundays in this  year, and mathematicians figure that  this will not occur again for no years.  D. L. McElroy returned Wednesday  from a trip to Chesaw and other points  purchasing horses for the Palace livery.  N. J. Carson & Co. expect to open  up a stock of gents' furnishings in .the  P. W. George store about  Match   1st.  . Lost���Between Phoenix and Green  wood, a gold watch initialed "M. M. I."  Finder will be rewarded by returning  to Pioneer office.  To ient, the old Norden ho'tl  building; thoroughly cleaned and in  good shape; several rooms-well furnished.    Apply to A. Almsirom.  Hockeyists at Danny Deane's h te'  wish to challenge any other hockey  aggregation in the city for a match,  losers to pay for a supper and proceeds  of game to go., to the general hospital.,  The marriage of A. S. Connolly to  Miss Margeret Marland, both formerly  of Phoenix, took place recently at the  home of the bride's sister,.Mrs. Richard hall, London, Ont. Mr/and Mrs.  Connolly have taken up residence at  New Westminster.  . -All kinds of comets are now reported visible in many quarters, varying in size and shape according to time  and brand of dope. In one of the  prohibition States, where quantities of  "peruna" are consumed, a comet with  two tails is asserted to have been seen,  James   McGregor,   mine  inspector,  was in the city yesterday.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, is at his office  in the bank block today.  W. Sutcliffe has opened a restaurant  in the old Cottage hotel.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Judicious advertising is the only real  way to  "stir things   up."  Mrs. Thomas Moore returned this  week after a visit to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Perkins left on  Thursday for Brockville, Ont.  Ladies dress goods; the finest selection in the city at R. Horrell's.  For sale, a comfortable cottage on  N'jw York townsite; apply at Pioneer  office.  Team work of all kinds promptly  attended to; apply to W W. Miller,  phone E32.  Percy Pinker and S. E. VanBuskirk  left on Tuesday for Fort George,  where they will locate land.  Neil McBeth left this week for Fort  George to join_the army of Boundary-  ites in the new northern country.  Call at Black's jewelry store and  hear the latest selections on the most  perfect phonograph manufactured.  A. O. Johnson, proprietor of the  Central hotel, returned Saturday from  spending a few weeks at Halcyon.  Rev S. Lundie went to Nelson on  Monday to attend a meeting of Kootenay Presbytery, of which he is the  cleik.  Alex. McDonald, C. Kinney, E. R.  Redpath    and    Dan    McDonald of  Greenwood were  visitors   in  town on  Sunday.  John McRae, of -McRae Bros,  Limited, left Monday on a trip to  Prince Rupert to visit their branch  store in the G.T.P. terminal city.  Negotiations are under way for the  purchase of the Dominion hotel by A.  Schulli, formerly proprietor of the  Maple Leaf  Phoenix skating rink will Rive a  fancy dress carnival, including speeding events, on Tuesday evening, Feb.  15th. See prize list elsewhere in this  issue.  The Ladies of the Maccabees are  putting forth every effort to ensure an  enjoyable dance next Monday evening  iu honor of St Valentine. Werner's  five piece orchestra will render a num  ber of the latest selections in dance  music. Danny Deane will provide a  luncheon.  When the fire whistle is blowing is  no time to think about insuring your  house and furniture. Don't put off.  another day. You should also con  sider what company you insure in ; D.  J. Matheson represents only the best.  He will insure you in any of twelve  companies���the strongest in the world.  W. R. Haldane, district freight  agent of the C.P.R., was in Phoenix  on Saturday, being on one ol his  periodical visits in the interests of his  company. Mr, Haldane said he had  found a marked business improvement in all the cities in his district  visited lately, and looks for a pros*  perous summer.  James Copeland of Bridesville was  in town on Tuesday to attend a meeting of the Copeland Mining and Development company. Although he has  passed the allotted span of three score  and ten Mr. Copeland is still a sprightly "youth" in appearance, and has the  distinction of having cut the trail into  the Boundary country half a century  ago. He is the original locator of the  Le Koi at Biidesville and other well-  known properties in t e district.  Watch  Repairing'  We are now in a position to do first-class  work promptly, and at a reasonable price.  Our watcinaker has had years of experience  on English and American watc-hes.  We can replace any broken part with an  exact duplicate made by .the factory that  made the watch, or if it is an old style watch  we can make the missing* part ourselves.  Also Jewelery, Repairing mid Manufacturing. Nugget  Jewelery made to order. We have a large selection of  Nuggets just from Alaska. WORK THAT WILL  STAND COMPARISON.    PRICES RIGHT.  E.    A.    BLACK,    THE    JEWELER.  Why Freeze?  Lost���On Saturday, Feb. 5th, a  lady's.gold filled watch, Elgin movement. Finder leave at Morrin,  Thompson & Co.'s, and receive reward.  G. Robinson, will raffle a North  Vancouver lot, value ���$*75t at the  King's hotel tonight and those who  have purchased tickets are , requested  to be present, " There are still a few  chances left.  . Thomas' Oxley, who had been spend  ing a couple of months with Ralph  Gilbert in eastern States, returned to  town on Saturday. Ralph accompanied him.as far as Spokane and is due  in Phoenix in^he course of a few days.  John Simpson, formerly principal of  Phoenix public school, and recently of  Enderby high school, was in town on  Sunday renewing old acquaintances.  He left on Monday on a trip east to  visit his brother in Philadelphia.  NEW LOCATION  The American Hand Laundry has  moved into their new building, back of  Idaho shaft, being more suitable for  business. Send a card and your  laundry will be called for and delivered.  Mrs. F. J. COWLES, Proprietress  PHOENIX COLLEGE.  Pupils for Grade classes now being  enrolled.  Ground Floor  FINNISH BUILDING.  Room to the Left  PfMxaix Railway Timetable.  c.  p.   R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.00 p.m.  Arrives 5.35 p.m.  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ..     9.00 a.m.  Arrives 5.10 p.m.  Before   buying.your furniture  where, call on R. J. Gardner.  else-  Even though it be cold weather we can clothe you in garments  that will keep the shivers anny. Try a suit of our ALL-  WOOL UNDERWEAR and you will be surprised at the comfort you have been missing���and the price is nominal. Our  stock of GENTS' CLOTHING is complete. Let us supply  your requirements.  Royal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARBER SHOP  ,    in connection.  AN EASY SHAVE  TYLISH   HAIRCUT  REFRESHING   A K    AGE  INVIGORATING     HAMPOO  A. Tank, Tonsorlal Artist-  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try  The Famous  Kohinoor  Chocolates  There are none  Better  COSGROVE & mcastocher, prprleiors  PRINTING  PERT  PARAGRAPHS.  Hams, Bacon, Lard  Burns' Choice Imperator Hams  Burns' Choice Imperator Bacon  Wm. Davies (^Toronto) Hams  , Wm. Davies (Toronto) Bacon  . Shamrock   Pure    Leaf    Lard  The Quality is Excellent, and the Prices are Right.  P. BURNS & Co.,L,d Phoenix, B.C.  PlIONK   No.  a  It takes two to make a quarrel and  aa a general thing three to make a divorce.  lou dou't have to have anybody help  you get into trouble, but you ure lucky  It you don't have to have somebody  help yoii get out.  If money really talks, some of us are  of opinion that it ought to consult a  good instructor on voice culture.  Some men  swear because  they think it  funny.' uud others swesir to Influence the mind  of others ' Tlio  latter is more  effective.  is our business and we are  here to please you.    The  ���      next time that you   want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements^ Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 15  and we will  show you  samples : : :  THE PIONEER  v����<~  tastes most  delicious.  stc *^msi)*d^^f-��ris4i��'^^;]sTiHm^��  pure grape cream  tartar powder. Its fame  Is world-wide* No alum,  no phosphaiic acid.  There is never a ques��  tion as to the absolute  purity and health fulness of the food it raises.  If you stick to a Job In hope that It  will reciprocity your action and faithfulness, you ure due to get a jolt.  There probably is a smartest man In  the world, but it is a safe bet tliut be  is afraid to come out and prove it  Ad:iui wus Indeed blest He didn't  'iavo to pay uuy club dues nor qualify  .or any ancient order of nuything.  Tin- ou!y iv.isou for lockiug the barn  I'ti-r the horse is stolen is to let the  lilt'f know rhiit you noticed it.  Simple violations of the law are easily overlooked when it is to our Inter-  ���<*t to be friendly with the violators.  When lie till lew much and long about  lijlh Ideals lie Is cither one of two  lilng4���11 great financial success who  rants to forget how he came that way  ir a great failure who ditto.  A lie is guneruily more agile and ath-  etlc than a truth, but that is because  t bus to be.  Leading the conversation yourself Is  1 safe way either to get people talking  1 bout you or to keep them from It.  Anybody brimful of facts and figures can make a good talk, but it re-  julres au expert to make one without  the same.t  Just Existence.  Softly Is the moonlight elowlne.  Swiftly Is the water flowing.  Warmly are tho breezes sighing.  Sweetly are the waves replying1.  Bounds our boat along: the billow.  Who BUCh nlKh't would seek his pillow?  It's tho acme of tho season  When lovo tramples stupid reason.  For beyond the dim horizon  Lie tho Islands of our dreams.  Music softly falls and dies on  ]Lqvo's own ears In liquid streams.  Like duty silver In the distance  Gleam the happy Islands fafC  JrT�� are drawn without realrtnnos)  BY ROYAL WARRAMT, KILLERS TO HJUI. THE PRINCE OF WALES  N  i  1  What is meant by  "Protein" in flour?  '/Protein" in food is the food element that makes bone, muscle and  brain.  Pure flour contains more protein,  in most useful form, than any other  food���but the flour must be pure.  Bran and shorts are waste���if your  flour contains this waste, it is proportionately short in "protein."  Now, if you buy an inferior, poorly  milled flour, you are paying for |bran  and shorts, not "protein," and to that  extent you are wasting money.  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR  is milled to make it the purest in the  world: therefore it contains most  protein, is most nourishing, is most  economical to use.  It pays the housewife to insist upon  getting "Royal Household" guaranteed flour, instead of taking a poorer  flour which the grocer may be inter-  este4 in selling  jp0Orvio'o Royal laovMBdbold Wfysiq&o  ^^^mwrn^-^-^'^--  ^^^^Mm^iM^-%0, '���!��� '������-��� ������'.'  Jmrn  ' ������������y'<&t'+*  "Ji^fWtS  . $&'��������$���  P^'Wfct  t-';:*ife-''  '���i'-'W&r'*  ���W'';  '������������:#*:  ';'*;-  J. '���', .', '. ^':-r'i''il;  lift  ���x$m  &���*#��� ... -,  Rv'lll  is&ftji' ".L" ���'.'���v."���vr-'>jy  m%:'i: '''S'i^SM  %?}���'������ 10M%  'mmm  IS?-*'  m  g&ii  A  If-  >t  m  m  If'  St


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