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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 19, 1910

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Array ?4<  (  4.  -A  v^  /  if*-  ��BIG STOEE  Special IO p.c. Discount  off these Prices during the balance  of this Month.     J&     J&  Corset Covers  White Muslin Covers, nicely trimmed  ... .35  "      Cambric Covers, lace' trimming ... .50  "      Cross Bar Mulin Covers ....... 1.00  "      Spotted Swiss Covers, * very dainty .  . 1.65  "    ; Embroidered Muslin Covers  2.25  Night Dresses  ��� White Muslin Gowns, plain ,. 1.00  "       Muslin Gowns, lace trimming    .  .  . 1:50  '.'      Nainsook Gowns,   embroidery trimming   2.50  '    "      Cambric Gowns) elaborate trimming 4.50  Ladies' Drawers  White Cambric Drawers   .  .. . ���. ��� - .90  " Muslin Drawers, lace trimmings - . k., 1.25  " Muslin " embroidery trimmings . 2.25  "     Cambric   " " embroidery trimmings ." ,3.00,.  Ladies' jSKirts  White Cambric Skirts - 7, .;{.'.' 1.00  "     Muslin Skirts, J neatly'trimmed    ..'. .   1.50  "     Muslin Skirts, I lace srimmed 2.00  " Nainsook Skirts, deep flouncing ... 3.00  "     Cambric Skirt$, lace flouncing 4.50 to 6.50  White Tailored Waists 1.50 to 3.50  "��� .Lawn Aprons   .  .  : .  .���*.  .  .    .35 to    .90  ALL NEW- AND UF*-T��>*E>AT# GARMENTS  . SEE  OUB   WINDOW ' -~   " ^  m  2  o:  i wvt ���&* *+** ,-v "s  ''<  A FEW  EVERY-DAY  PRICES  In    Our   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 Oloud Lard, 5-lb-  pail *    Nabob Coffee, per Yb.   ~      -^  Royal Special Tea, per lb.      y  $2.50  1.50  45  1.  I.  .50  .50  "Mast Things Good to Eat  Come From  This  Stare"  TIB  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO.  AND   BOUNDARY FINING JOURNAL.  PHOENIX, BRI1'ISH COLOMBIA,  SATURDAY. FEBRUARY1 19,  BOUNDARY DISTRICTS INITIAL BONSPIEL  GREENWOOD WINS   '  OPEN CHALLENGE)  Will Open in Phoenix on Wednesday, ��el?ruary\ 23��� Four Competitions; in which G/ecn-  .-wood, Grand Forks arid Phoenix Will Participate.  I As the result of conferences with  the Greenwood and Grand Forks  club, i'hoenix curlers have decided on  holding a bonspiel in this city, commencing on Wednesday of next "week.  It will be the first bonspiel ever held  in the Boundary district, and its success is already assured. ;  There will be four competitions���  All-Comers, P. Burns Cup, Smith Cup,  and the Gonsolation. It is expected I  Grand Forks and Greenwood will each  send four rinks and Phoenix will possibly enter eight rinks, so that there  will be-about sixteen rinks in guest of  the bonspiel honors.  The first competition will  be drawn  for on the arrival of the trains Wednesday- evening ;artd,playing commence  lmediately, and U is expected, the final  games!will take dace on Friday. It is  probable'2 4 hourfcurling .shifts will be  the order whilelthe 'spiel is in progress. ; ,The ice is at present in good  condition, and unless, very mild weather  intervenes thesheyts will be in good  shape next Wednesday.  Loctri-'rjTer^Kafits have contributed  ,'generously hVpriies,'Vhich win go to  the^'individual winners of the competitions. ~ DetailsVas to .the awarding of  the prizes are not' complete, but will  be made from the following list:  Four ��� Quadruple    Plate J   Butter  Coolers, value $25���James  Marshall.  ��� Fjur, Stetson Hats, value $22; donated ,by. the, Hunter-Hendrick' company.1 ''   j   '     f   -   \   ~'-  Four  Gillette' Safety Razors) value  $20���Morriii, Thompson company.  Four Pairs Cuff Links, value $15���  E. A. Black.  Four  Sweaters, value  $12���P. W.  George.        ,  .   Four Framed Pictures, value $12���  R. J. Gardner. - .  Four   Pipe?,   value   $ta���McRae  Brothers, Limited.  Four   Boxes  Cigars,   value   $15���  The King's Hotel. '  B.C. COPPER'S  RECORD YEAR  Big  Increase in the Net  Profits  Produced 6,325,000 lbs. Copper  at 9.829 Cents  commence about >, the end of next  month, and the Brooklyn and other  properties of the company will in turn  be developed. The ores' from the  New Dominion mines will be shipped  to ihe British Columbia smelter at  Greenwood. f.  Boundary Side Lights  Greenwood  will  celebrate  Victoria  Day this year. n  It was   15 below zero  Wednesday  morning in Greenwood.  ' Born���In Seattle, on Monday, Feb  14, to Mr. and Mrs. H. E.  Kennedy,  a son.  The Kettle Valley  railway bill  has  During the year ending November  30, 1909, the British Columbia Copper company's smelter treated 373,336  tons of ore, from which was' produced  6i 3*5,o���� pounds of fine copper, 18,-  244 ounces of gold and 64,234 ouuees  of silver.'' , ' ^,   _     '  Tbe financial statement" reflects a  particularly ��� successful year, 'notwithstanding the^fWcj^tbatpperations at the  properties;were clfaaerj down for ^three  months on account ot the-coal strike  in the Crows Nest, Pass last summer.  The net profits for the year were  $23��>33s, as compared with $93,960  in 1908/and $88,155 m *9��7-  To produce and market 6,325,000  pounds of fine copper" it cost the  Biitish Columbia Copper company  9.829 cents a pound, which included  all charges, as compared with 9.996  cents in the previous year. Develop  ment work on the company's proper-  I ties was charged to operating account.  ,owmg of the bache,ors Present to draw  There ��"��r> <>i��" ��~��.:.-~i   --'- ..A{oTA massive heart which had occu-  HEARTS WIJRE TRUMP*  eajovaMe ValeatiM Dasce Qlrta by  Ladles  ���I tkc Haccakcts  The possibilities of the artistic touch    ���r 1 j- '._   ....     ...    ... received its third  readme in the Do-  of ladies were j splendidly  illustrated        . 8  ... '        ..      _. minion house,  Monday   evening  when the   Phoenix  Miners' Union hall- was all aglow���  having been transformed into a verit  able cupids' bower' by the Phoenix  Ladies of the Maccabees. The occasion was a dance Tin honor of St.  Valentine���and hearts were trump  throughout the evening. Countless  heart-shaped decorations hung everywhere, while.the color scheme reflected  the colors of the Maccabees order;  large mirrors were;Jastefully 'arranged  about the walls, together with draperies and bunting, while special strings of  electric lights illuminated the scene of  gaety. *���"���  Dancing commenced 'at 9 p.m.  and continued merrily till 3 a.m., a  splendid supper being served at  Deane's restaurant at midevening. The  excellent'music supplied by Werner's  five piece orches ra and the polished  floor left nothing wanting for a delightful dance.  A feature of the evening was the al  Phoenix Loses B. C. Hockey  -   Championship to Nelson '  ��� Rossland's winter carnival concluded  last Saturday night, when Phoenix lost  the final in the British Columbia  hockey championship to" Nelson by a  score of 6 goals to 1.. This apparent  one-sided score is accounted for in the  fact that Phoenix had played a strenuous game and won from Greenwood  in the afternoon and were in no condition for another game so soon, while  the Nelson team was fresh and in good  condition. Under such conditions it  does not necessarily follow that the  best team won. As a matter of fact  Greenwood defeated Nelson and P<>oe.  nix defeated Greenwood during the  cornival. '  By defeating Moyie and Nelson,  Greenwood won the open challenge or  International cup. When news of their  success reached' Greenwood city a  special train was chartered and run to  Rossiand to bring the champions and  the International cup to the Boundary.  In the semi final for the B C. championship on Saturday afternoon, Greenwood lost to Phoenix by a' score of 5  to 4.  Among other .events at the carnival,  Rossiand won the intermediate championship. E. Engen ot Grand Forks  won the ski-jumping championship' of  Canada,  ABOLISH Slffl  IACB1JVES  f (.  Council Orders Them  Out of Gty  Will'Also Raise License Fee of  Realty Agents  The payroll of the British Columbia  Copper company on the 10th inst.  amounted to $45,000.  Alex. Sutherland, connected with  the local C.P.R. branches, has been  transferred to east Kootenay.  Grand Forks city council has passed  a resolution favoring government ownership of provincial telephones.  Dr. Arbuckle left on Tuesday*, for  the Cariboo "district, after a" residence  of several months in Greenwood.  Alter Refjfjfcllc Ores  Republic, Wash., Feb. 16.���Instead  of refusing to buy or treat Republic  ores, save in small quantities," as here  tofore, the several smelters are now  trying to make- contracts to purchase  or have made contracts to treat. A  buyer was here last week trying to con  tract for the purchase of 500 tons per  week, but was unable to purchase any.  for  It was the first time in the history  The abolition of slot machines from  the city, raising the license fee of nonresident real estate agents and the  favoring of government control of telephones were among the important  matters dealt with at a busy session of  the city council on Wednesday evening.  T(he mayor and all the alderman were  present.  A communication was read from the  city  of Vancouver   asking   that   the  Phoenix council express its opinion on  the matter ofthe provincial government  taking over the telephone systems of  British   Columbia.    After   a   general  discussion, it was moved by Aid. Biner  and seconded by  Alderman  Rogers,  that the city council of Phoenix are in  favor of the government taking control  of the  telephone systems throughout  the province and operating them  in  the interests  of the public; and  that  copies of this motion be sent to Ernest  Miller, M.P.P. for Grand Forks,  and  Hon. Richard McBride, premier.  The city solicitor wrote ,the council  giving it his opinion that the former  mayor, who laid the information, and  not the city of Phoenix, is liable for  the costs in the Cosgrove case.  It was moved' by Aid. Rogers and  seconded by Aid. Almstrom, that the  $100 imposed on T.  B. Cosgrove by  cnase any.  A,,S.;Hood for illegally selling liquor  It had aU^been^prewoiisl^cotitracteA -ft A^Cl^be reulB&draccofding- -  to'instructions from the Supreme court.  The question of raising the license  The Yale-Columbia company  havel of the camp that the Trail smelter hasjfce of re^ eiute ^^^ ^^ ~~ fo"t  gang of men  on P.   Donaldson's been after Republic ores.    The Green:  consideration, the council"appearing to  wood smelter has taken a large  share "   "        * '  a gang ot   men  property up the  cutting  on  North Fork  timber.  The new Masonic hall in Grand  Forks was dedicated last night by the  most worshipful master of British Col-  vmbia, H. N. Rich  Local Manager Hodges ofthe Granby  company returned on Saturday from  New York, leaving this week on a  trip to southern California.  of the ore which' has of late been  shipped from this point. The Tacoma  smelter has a contract with the New  Republic and Republic Mines corpor.  ation, to treat���jointly���3000 tons per  month.    As the smelters will   take all  be unanimously in favor of raising the  fee as high * as possible. The clerk  was instructed to communicate with  the city solicitor in the matter.  The slot  machine had  no  sympathizers on the council board.  On   motion of Aid. Cosgrove and Aid.  Ross  the ore produced it is probable  that|a|j  money  slot  machines  are   to   be  were also acquired 132,556  shares of New Dominion Copper company slock (over 53 per cent), for  which was paid 88,709" shares of  British Columbia stock and $11,593  cash. : -"  At the end of the year the company  had on hand r,312,246 pounds of  stored copper, and the average price  received for copper sold was 13 08  cents a pound, against 13.5 in the  previous year.  It is stated that work will shortly  commence on the proposed enlarging  of the furnaces at the smelter to increase the capacity of the reduction  works about fifty per cent. Newman  Erb, president of the company, says:  "As soon as the capacity of the plant  has been increased and the additional  ore supplies made available, the directors may be expected to make a distribution of profits."  Notwithstanding that it controls 53  per cent of the stock of the New Dominion Copper company, there are but  two of the British Columbia Copper  company representatives on the former  corporation's directorate ��� President  Newman Erb and Vice-President F.  L. Sommer. The remaining members  of the New Dominion board are, with  a single exception, strictly representative of the General Development company, although the Iatter's holdings  are in the minority, and its holdings  of the British Columbia company have  also been disposed of.  The first annual meeting of the  New Dominion since reorganization  will take place in June, and it is  probable that the majority of directors,  representing the minority of stockholders, wilt then be succeeded by  representatives of the largest individual shareholder���the British Columbia Copper company. .,  There is about $300,000 in the  treasury of the New Dominion company at present. Its Rawhide mine is  heing developed and got in readiness  for  shipments, which   will   probably  pied a premier position over the dancers���and the genial J. ,B. Tierney took  the heart captive,"   .'  The Ladies of the Maccabees have  already wonjdjsjtinction for J.'going one  better" in the matter of entertaining,  and are to be congratulated on another  triumph.     .".'-'".   |  SKATERS IN FANCY DRESS ���  Cirsiral at' the   Local  Rlak  os  Tuesday  >- ���    ,','"'   . ; Eveaist   ������������-;.���������.���  '������,-There was only ajsmall attendance  at the carnival in the local skating  rink on Tuesday evening, the night  heing unusually jpold.. Those present,  however, had the opportunity of skating to good .music supplied by Werner's band.      ���..-'��� ,':'..������.. .  In the fancy dress _ events, the prize  for best lady's costume - went to; Mrs.  A. Webster' in bridal attire, while C.  Lackey, as a cow. boy, captured gentlemen's first. Miss Flossie Graham won  the prize for best girl's costume, and  George Bitier; representing a crippled  hockeyist, secured the boy's prize.  Miss Tupper and Miss Murray, in  college gowns, received the prize for  best.representative character.  There were only four speeding contests pulled off. The men's race was  won by C. Lackey; free-for all, Thos.  Oxley; boys' race, E. Murray; ladies'  race, Mrs. A. Webster.  money  several of the mines which have  been/abojlshed fTOm   the city immediately,  closed  because there was no market Lnd the chie( 0f police  was instructed  .     . for the ore, will start up and soon be-/t0 r^ry the motion into effect.    The  ^^tth^onual^eetiaeor^^tlelcomolargesb,ppeIS. chief of police was also instructed to  Valley Rifle association, Grand Forks,/ ��� ��� ��� ��� /  the following officers were  elected  fori Denfsloa Hotel Chinge* Hands  the present year:    Captain, E. Sprag-f     On Monday of this  week   the pur-  gett; secy., A. O'Hara;  treasurer, Dr. | chase of the Dominion hotel by Angelo  ..  CONCILIATION BOARD PAILS        ...  To Adjust  Trouble   Betweea  B.C.  Copier  Company and Its Employees      .' i'  The sittings of the conciliation  board, which had been endeavoring to  adjust the differences between the  miners and the British Columbia Copper company concluded on Monday,  after a summing up by representatives  qf the company and the Western Federation of Miners.  The board later met the representatives of the union and the company in  Follick; executive committee, F. Hut-  ton-and J. Hay; range officer, C. G.  Wheeler. '���  W.T. Smith, perhaps better known  by mining men as "Boundary" Smith,  who has made and lost fortunes in  various mining"camps, and who lately  threw in his lot with the Portland  Canal district", has gone to Spokane  Wash.," to spend several days interesting capital in, a new venture in this  camp.���Portland Canal Miner.  Contractors on the new railway to  Wellington camp were indignant at the  insinuation that any of them employed  Chinamen. The- Chink who landed  in the local lockup as the result of a  fracas while celebrating his New Year  was employed in a boarding car or  camp connected with the CP..R., and  not in any of the camps on the new  railway.- Mr. Tierney only employs  white cooks.  Obituary |  Although Phoenix hockey team has  for some weeks been at the, top of the  percentage column in the Boundary  league, its chances for the championship have about reached the vanishing  point. As the result of Clothier land  Sims leaving town and goal-keeper  McQuerrie being incapacitated with  broken fingers, and there being no  other,,iocal players to fill in, the scheduled game for last night with Grand  Forks had to be defaulted. Although  Grand Forks b^d brought in, a new  man and played him against Green  wood after two or three days residence  they would not permit Phoenix to do  likewise, so that the local team had no  recourse. Clothier and McQuerrie were  two of the strongest men .on the local  line-up. It will now be up to Gjreen-  wood and Grand Forks to settle the  Schulli and James Summers was completed. The new proprietors purchased the building, which was owned  by a company, as well as the business  conducted by^.J. B. Boone, the consideration being about $8,500. Mr.  Schulli will be manager of the hotel,  while Mis. Graham will be in charge  of the dining room and lodging apartments.  is  see that the Sunday closing of bars  strictly enforced.  On motion of Aid. Almstrom and  Aid. Rogers a donation of $25 was  made'to Phoenix public library.  The following accounts were passed:  Phoenix Electric Light Co $109.85  Hotel Brooklyn...        9.80  Morrin, Thompson Co        2.25  Phoenix Livery      15.00  B. C. Telephone Co     13.20  Phoenix Pioneer      29.25  L. Y. Birnie....       9.00  R. J. Gardner..:.   ..........    13.70  H. Hartley        7.00  Feb 19, fxo  .��� BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor   1900,  11903. 1004. 1905,  1906, 1907,190S and 1909, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1901   rgoa.  Mimb. too)       1903       1904       1905        1906  [Granby Mines... 309.838 393,711*  S49.703 6SJ.889 801404  ��� Snowahoe���    ao.Soo   71,an    _    ........     8.4:6  I Phoenix Ams(.i  I B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode��� 141.326  1907      1908      1909        1910 VVeekl  *I3.S37 1028,747 1,067,983 181483 as,794[  '35.00'     48,hi6     170,360   26,570 4,070 f  ....... 245         a final endeavor to arrive at an under  standing, but nothing definite resulted J championship between themselves,  B C. Mine......  Emmt _  OroDeooro....  I Sonnie Belle   I Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'Uyn-Stem-  Idahc.   Rawhide.   8nnset.   Mountn Rose.  AthcUUn   Morrison _  J R. BelL-   ]Senator   I Brey Pogie   I No. 37   J Reliance���   I Sulphur King...  j Winnipeg; ._.  J Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  ! 3ig Copper   1 No. 7 Mine   I City of Paris.....;  {Jewel     j Rlreralde.........  ICarmi���   {Sally   1 Rambler _.  I Butcher Boy....  j Duncan   I Providence....,  I Rlshora.tt..t.,.u1  , SlrathMoie .....   .  I Golden Basle...  j Preston   ! Prince Henry_  1 Skylark   1 Last Chance....  j B. P. U. Mine...  I Bay   I Maris    j Don Pedro   (Crescent.   I Bruce   j Republic .���_.  I Miscellaneous...  14.811  S.530  138,079  19.365  22.937  '5.537  7.455   <5.73��  .'.'ZT   "sifie  3.339  150  $60  ��� 74,298 t47.37�� 105.900  ��������������          M88  37.S60 9485   it 304  16400 3,007     3,t77  32^50   55.731    140,685  ...V.      2.960  3,070 25,108 26,032  3.250 3.0S6 48,390  Iso?     4.747     3.555  208.321  1,712  '8.274  M^8��  43.295  <3.*53  64.173  3'.370  3��^S8  321.899     350433   04,805     9.500 J  06,630        8,953     1.870        300 f  649  5.780  530  120  363  1.450  222  3S4  33  1.833  "iii ~���  2IJ  993  167  7a6  325  SO  300  33  150  ....30  >44  7.0  150  689  '55  73  S80  ���5?  IO&  7*  .?  U40  40  140  '5  589  00  "60  40  700  20  30  45  108  ��4��  390  325  500  60  750  5���� .  S3  220    ...���_  Total.tons.��� 508.876 690419 829,808 333,028 1.161,5371.148,237 14874S0 1.598,715374.848 39664I  J Smelter treatment��� J  lQranby Co........  311,540 401,921 '252,506 687,988 828,879   6j7,6a6   1037,544 i,o4J,837 173,555 14,575 I  ��� B.C.CopperCo.   148,600162.913  210484210.830123,740   341,952    364,850   341,270   66,780   9.325 [  j Doss. Cop. Co.          '32,570    3��.03��   84,059 218,8x1    153439      22,666       ...���.  Total reduced.    460,940697404 837,666 982.877 1,1724301,(33.017 i.359-��6o 348439    �� 4 "Vf -J  M  ��� >1 7T  ���>-r  f&$^  ���>P  ���    /IV-V" >  .<*-',���<  i rt-  w  ���a-S.  PWGEl.1* 1klflp*ft, ��?t��iix* ��*.  |5':;^''  passed away. Th_^aftet$_��;it aftwimi-  across the sky these evening^tioes'-'not  herald any disaster, bit1. it^ddes,,cpii)f-  with interest to the! scierilists ol^* the  day. Many of them have been waiting long years, not for the comet to  come, for they knew when that would  be, but hoping that they would Hw  long enough to see and study the phe  nOmenonT' A"s"the"c6"met"comes" only  once in seventy-five years no Scientist  car hope^6~ study it -~ twice.' It is'*  sight oi ��'on__rmerit to the avtrage  person, but one of delight and satisfaction to the scientist.  ...-trouble. with'Sunllght Soan.^  ' Jost follow the directions on thi  wrapper and Sunlight does the  rest. Costs little���does much- ���  asver.lnjurtsfcafaas'orf clothe)*.  ;   And B&miaty Mining Journal,  "Senator Dano, of prince ,Albert, introduced a'discussion in'the Canadian  senate on the inland waterways' of  Western Canada'.' He- held that a  ���mall expenditure would provide routt-s  front Edmonton'and Medicine Hat' to  Winnipeg by way of the Saskatchewan  rivers and"Lakes Manitoba, Winnipe  gosis and Winnipeg. Such a waterway  would regulate freight rates.  ^_____f  m  ��� ���:���       rsaesw a* samiJiW ��*'*������'  71 r.       n i.  a* rnounx, a. e.  <-_ }__aiacaa oOca Na.,1*.     ,,    ;  ~" (Masutger'artaidrac*, No. ��*,'  �� m ABVAMca.  'iSf^^^^^^K^^Wuw.nailedState*, vat year���....,  fe;,::l','y.':'.':. '}l'<��'? .''/.,l/vS"'.'^..~-"*''''.'/"���.'-.-'. L.'.'__________^____ .. ^. ^. ..i ^ %�� _. ^   .*_.*��  *ran***^*f*ai  ���n.; ,'-a���'���?.���;������v.'Jr.^'.Cv ,W ������//���*���*.'i-T-.^V--''���..*���''��� 'rV.'v ���'.'-*tVf*K^0^**^*^mm^^*'^*^*^��S^^^?!il^tt?^>?  ]MM^!SiM^M^&M^$i^- ^tmmtk LOUS; Maaaeaa.  i  *��P|ji  ^MJSatciidav, FebruAky  ^rilsW?   ���:,.�����{ ~.-> ;������)  * J    1 ' i  19/ 1910  ���������^<  --'I-  ItpSlli  >|?gte<; : Jifldtfy tif'-. :'   S^,/-'  v The'probable visit of King Edward  to Canada'is'now being discussed. It  it understood the British Sovereign  would readily consent to visit the Do  minion','were it not that he would'feel  compelled "'to also visit Australia'and  the United States as well,-and1 the  tour, that such would, embrace, would  be-too great tor*'the' King to cover at  'ijn the recent  British  elections ten  Canadians faced the electorate for the  imperial  house.    S'x  will  sit in  the  new   parliament���Donald  McMaster,  'Joseph Martin,'Sir,Gilbert   Parker,. J.  A! Baker, Bonar Law, and Dr. Mac-  namara'; four were' defeated���Homar  . j i'-'j   ���  Greenwood, Sir Charles Rose,  A.  C.  F. Boulton, and Duncan Campbell.  Fermaneiit Cure  For That Cough  ���that is what Mitliieu's Syrup of Tar  and Cod Liver Oil has done for  thousands' of sufFereri^ every yearr It-  relieves tbe cough more quickly and cures-  it' more, thoroughly and permat$entfy-than ���  any other remedy because it is made  from the most potent niinedMl agents7  known to the media.! profession.  Mathieu's Syrup is-the-only- cough  cure that acts as a, tonic to the system  ���that builds up yourvil��l'1energy afrwell-  as healing-and strengthening the; throat  and lungs. Keep a boittlein the house  ready for an emergency. Give it-to your'  children; They hkeit aiid it isharmless.  MATHIEUS SYRUP  Of Tar and Cod Uvcr OU  If feverish take Mathieu's. Nervine Powders, the  great headache remedy,in conjunction with.the Syrup, to  dispel the fever and also the accompanying headache and  Bone-ache.  . J. L. MATHIBU CO.. �����!���.. ��������������OaOt. '.Q.  Dlrtrlbotori for Wsstsrn Canada. Polay'Srot. UrMn * Co., Vancorw, Bdm��ta��,Wtaoai����f  mnuED's SYiup  at Tar �� Cat lira M  Ur��c BaMc lie.  aUniEirSIEIfmENHDaS  BcxatlSPairtVnltc.  rrwa all aVralera  BACK TO PRISON  Eisipii Convlot Rsturnt It Ntw Wtttalntttr  Pstlttitliry  New'Westminster, Feb., 14.���Walking into the office of the penitentiary  at New Westminster this afternoon,  '.William-Brewer-gave^himself up.    He  C. N. ft. OETS OUNSNUIR MINES  AtMunoarf ts 6tt4 Autktrlty .Tktt 8I| Cttl  Ottl Htt Otat Tkrt��|k  Mackenzie and Mann, of the Canadian Northern railway, have outwitted Sir Thomas Shaughnessy and  his directors of the Canadian Pacific  ^wwTWwmw www w w i wwitmrmmmrmmm^  IDEANES HOTEL  I  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated l>y  hot_water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation  of the public. Everything Neat, Clean and Upto-Date. Meals  served at all hours, special attention being given the  Diningroom.  Centrally Located on the Bridge, Fifth Street,  Phoenix.  STEAM   HEATED. RIBCTRIC   LIGHTING. TELEfHONE   48  3  3  3  3  FOR   AN    EA.SY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  ���mil*.  the  cost  held  >&��ri&7&!W>3^ "l     "'    V,  ���'.  ^St��S;i;tP��'V--''?r^i''P.-:Si^v,:';.isi responsible for the trouble, the  ���te^S/Siy'S^ '*���*    ' :.'.-.'"ll      I.  ^S^fei?^?^^''^.^ Bureau publishes a strik-  \^^^00^&sM^^Mf^^!^\t't%^'}^,   'Columbia'and' ihe  l|��*^*58S^^ " The article cbnr  Political -forces 'in   Manitopa ate  being got- in readiness'for an approach  'ing'election.   The work of revising the  voters' lists  has commenced and   a'  general election is looked for in the  �� -;  >..>'t f   v' '  course of a few montns.  was well dressed and carried a suit railway and have obtained possession  case. He claimed that he had been of the great coal mines and coal bed-  driven by remorse to surrender him- ding areas of the Dnnsmuir interests  self. Brewer, along with Louie Kelley, 0f Vancouver Island. This announce-  escaped from the penal station on I ment' was made on the highest authori  Wright Island, Pitt Lake, in August, | ty. The price is $11,000,000. Bajck-  1907, about the same time Bill Miner ling-Mackenzie and Mann in the cjeal  made his sensational escape from the j is J. P. Morgan and his associates of  penitentiary. I New York, and part ofthe project is  At the time of Brewer's escape there to erect an,c immense steel and  iron  DRAY1NG  Of nil  Uiii'i-   iMuiiifiili   111 1 1 'it ���  lo.    KB|>id   KxpnHh' ami  H.i K��l *  rtmiufei     1 ������ ��� in  ��'" ' ' "     '  '  o��l����rb ' '���  ���     ,,r  JAMES G. :.uKi:l��v*  A. S. HOOD,  Plre, Lite and  Acclden Insurance,  Qracral Ageo _______ '  liank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  S.   D'HA-STT-EY  AND     BAI'flKOOM.  s. xi Poor to VcHa<- Broa      !)���.���������   it   /���  (��jt. Hill Ai.nue. rHOb.NIX.ti   K,.  vioiEnews Border shop  -   LOWER   TOWN.  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  ~~v  M��������MtlW*��t��MM4>t��������>tMt����ttlMtMH����#MtM����  I    RAMBLING   REVERIES     1  I , >T A'DI-AaUB  ' Greet your- friends -wjth,,a(sin|le;;they  carry too��� mar^y ffpw.ns, in,'their own  h|Mrts^l^'.;:be*^he^^  morning and JUrJ  ���"lets  in the .world both require, more or lets hni  ttelfrQenial: =*\^iir^^j^^^::{,-p.:0^iMrC\:scr  were thirteen guards on the island, but  two convicts succeeded in breaking  open the boathouse and' stealing the  I boat. They also showed'te'markable  foresight as they stole the earlier pig-  eons'which'are kept on the island for  the p-rposeof warningthe authorities'  at Royal City. By stealing the pigeons, they took away the only means of  {communication. They rowed to the  mainland and found; tbeir, way through  the Hpsh.to the international boundary  line. . Brewer had  been,sentenced to  works on Vancouver Island. One  condition in connection with the'deal  is that immediately on completion, of  the deal a sum of at least $5,500,000  is to be spent in further developing, the  mines and the associated enterprises;  Eleven million dollars is to be paid by  May 1 in cash.  BOVNBARY * KOOTENAY IMP ORE RECORD  Susans, aa* Sat; ee, Rtct<sa Ptr,y��sr to  .-  ^*"     '.Oats.1 -" *-'  Ore   shipmenuf.'from.,} the   various'  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Importr-d- and Domestic  Winest Liqttors and Cigars  As we ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make  pricesright, and give prompt shipment.  the  Jas. McOcath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B C. ,  mm0mk%aa%\a%anm  mm  m*4  occur  '#Ko!t^{fiir^firffe  'i^p^iiptWi||^r^  ��� iGood housekaeping  has more to! do  with'domestic   happiness;than  yoing  itoyersildpwun':;bf:vj?'f^^  timet need women\;".wbi^|m^rfeiHHiti>  ful-workfWllbedorie inside-tlkeir own  dc��rs.    Without  good l������sekeeping,  the romance will soon, go out 'of i mar-  rjajgeg^^  plishments maji;'J_e^B^f"educaUbhf is  ihcomplete'ifisfe^h^s\hot'-sbme'^k  lea^-ojji^  jl^en|i^Ae^^lc#n^^  TOipS'tHe^'wp^k^  ItTOW^hethler iij^s^<ime;ih a-plropCT  -mann'erVi'f^^^S^v'^i'-K'?*^  ^-;j;,;:--\^v^'-^'vv'^:':~."-0";__r" "::;,::.^'''/���"��� -'���'- '��� :--��� -'���'������:-r��� ������'  '���SV.r:\:fe%SS?:.,<,'itK,S';*S���^^^^  S$|T$e/iwsjp^  the mere fulfillment of social  coSatv-  ;f,can�� tiohs^It:is^a;far.:;hpJie^  tffimm^&l^m$M&mi$t>Wx?2:K^ ^elcomeSofal;friend^itoob  rpoftreei^without countiag;  theKicbst.  ��iRte-lad^MHe'hpuse i��?(ormerltimes  Augiiet, 1907, at' the time of, Bill  Nt��aer|8 'escape, three have come back  aiid given tnemselves up. ,  :oipy.-therirgin?;wheat lands: of ;the  lmm:mm^M:i:m^m':::sOAKuobi��i  will-go to  ��heat  20  in  '��?:���; &$r"~&?':?  i|^|vS��^^3|tS-;;:Jis ���? former,-visits.;  J^^3l^PtMI^^:;;;j^^.X_t:W^  iMmIs��^'? $!&^?m: -;e -:;'tho^occasi6ni;there^ (di  ^i^ii:'^^"i:'^'r'::i9:-::::h::rr"^r:^^^^^r'-'--- >'*:���:''���,���.������:���'���*!*'������"���?. ���,.���':-.������>��� >'���'<*.;  ^v'>^:.wws.v^cp.'.L^!'���;i^,, '.-���:���-..  mm&  RSM-i  ['ilililliilll :^""::'  8n <SiM#jS  lilfe  :m  fkg  When convalescing from  pe; Pneumonia or Wasting Dis-  .eases;!'' iiptl^glia^%s;tfce^r^t!r_iT  td;'tieaatn|1 ifcei;';$;: short period of  trea|^n^'TO}^'^':_^^  jLAMi' 'alt ���' fc^the';. jtierveS^'in't  dnca; restful, sleep, quickens tHe  appetite, aids digestion, sudd spoji"  i^^at^:qts^^:aad the sen^e'  ^I^BStia^ : attainecT;  pi^^q^pffl_vm"c&     .56 tfbpfe  _naa__B_a~i������-  ���������A ��� number 'of eastern ' capitalists  headed by William O'Brien of Renfrew, Ont., will build a line of railway  from Edmonton, Alt a., into the g^ood  areas on the foothills of the  Rockies.  ' A .general. meeting of ��� 'the western  branch of the Canadian Mining Insti-'  tute will be held in Vancouver on Feb.  -5'h- -'   " I  I  muvwM  UNDER NEW  MANAGEMENT  FIRST-CUSS EQUIPMENT FOR IQNO Oltl��S,.MCHT;  OR .HEAVY T1ANIN6, ORAVINO, Ett., tt Rttttt-  ,tblt Rtttt!  ,;, Wt tla to Pltttt tt��\ Stlitit ta Otttrtielty.  ..-�� DM WOOD II #NV y>*?II?!��^,,'-i.  follows:  SHIPM-NTS. r       ��WEEK.  Boundary $9>112  Rossiand   4,689  East Columbia River 2,064  l VEAR  2 35.767  .7,96s  9.S73  Toul: 46.465 '  SHELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby *5��777  B.C. Copper Co...- 9,35��  Trail  n,39I  Total 46,5|8  373.302  I  ��55.8o2  56,925  ���60,978  273.705  'was'jiru'e^6'!.her'��� name *& the dispenser  pf^r^dy^^her^  ;her Utblfe'fior: al^e^^'jgUMfcfeTlie :fere  was plainer than% it- is":^a.yiTbut/;the  wicpmejrwas^:p>)rdj^  sp^h^^i^'^It.:is--an:.:ad  cliildren;lto see guests'; ftctjuemly; jn  this way/ ��� Nosocial training/can take  the/place of t$?at( which a child receives  in^e house i>r'parente::whP^eliglit to  entertain; their;^ friends.   -Households,  like individuals, become eccentric and  narrow when kept too closely to their  family group. -/        "  '^i-v;V'.;.i.':i>^R8d��eU8�� sr:Ttistls_;.'!;'v'i,'-'.  :;:.l*:;The new assessment"M't;yfat;the .Pro-  vincial Gpverrraenfeprpyidjw ]that j "flie  rwlvprpperty;fex^ shall De reldticed from  tj^ssfifthstpbjrie-hilf^pCT^ent^a ^ re  4uctiob.prbne-tenth; andi"^rhersvper-  isbn^-:pjfeperty.^is;:; to^bje'leMinpltv-'ffbm  tasationup to one thousand ddllais instead Hdt': ';fiye:; Jnindi^^jdpM^1-.^ ::t0  tak on banks:is rearrangedyso^ t|ia| nerd  offices will pay;$1000.00 and branches  $11:35 00 per yeai.j;;yAs^ytheact���:canact  apply tnis yeaiy; a ydiscounf"tfyi'^lii  Afraid of Ghp&s  vM_ty peoplt) an' afi-td at'OmiMJi. ,' *~��vL^,Ji^ .  r atv'a-Ud o�� genns.' Yet ��� tmmfgSUt is ��� tmm0rjamtij\  , tbe_enn b a t-et.'..K __��� ft-rm.ee+M ����� 1  to a size 'equal to to terron it wofW'spa.spri ^^  '   terrible /__ ��r fi��^fcre��kl__| ?$aWaa\' CUrrnm''  ..ean't.be avoided., <T_��y art -1 ttas air����� I  thewttcr w�� driak. .,  ,  j .^j ^��� Hn-.ri^, jj,  The _erm can aaty protptw-wfcij- ���<���_-' ttiiynrJa!  of die ayatem <iT_a_Jt free -aoee: tai -w-MI*- , ft'  ���ell and de  -vital foree,  a ImIIqw,  sleep is b  fawtify the ___,..__ ���. ^. ������ ; , _.  ,en Medical Discovery. It -_mH_jas.��-S ^'Ma��^��ff�� ������V��.  - system of 6to__tn. impa*-ie_,'c_f-c-M.t-e< blood, ptta the-ttom-  .< ��ch tad ofgens of ,di_e��_o�� and _ott___i ia wotkmg Mat-boia, so  U��t the term find, no weak orta-fted ejwt la-wtteh to'�� breed.  "Golden  Medle-1 Di_ee-ery" 's^-to&s  a* aleobol. J*��ky��''  -abit^rmin. draft.   Alt it��,_s��Jred>e����/|w__ed  on  lit Outside  -rrapper.     It is not a secret ��� Dositrtun taj*-a/_aedie_���� of known  " coMiwimoM and with a recotd 'of  49 yuan if cam.   Accept no  ., ����_��tit_tB���_>et_itnod_ii_rillt��i-��%^  .!'|3fret(Gi(Mt/ri^ ^erecting;:;;ii  depot at Hed.rey,, to replace the boat  car accomEDodatiosi.  Household Lausidr  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  ��� Laundrying done at the Reeo Laundry ���;  ALL VORK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A 10  'Aecb'LtiiindnF7  TM5S  EMCAN MINIS 1BV1EW  18TAIIL1SOED    IN.   1��B��.  THE MOST   PRACTICAL TUNERS'  PAPER , IN   THE ;.-WORLD-  It givj* all the Important Mining'News,'and every'issue contains valuable  Special Articles, Will'illustrated, on subjects of *eal practical interest'to  the every-day mining man. :-.       i       '.'.'.'       '���  83  PBS- VQA.Sa.~SAMPL.BO?*  StBtQUBSir  Publahid every Sattsrdaj at<Lm'-~_gek^is_difan_a. ���>��� <  McElray Bros.  Phoenix, l.C  KingEdward Lodge, Np<30  A  F. and A. M.  G/J,y\     R��tuiar communication 8 p. in,     (jtt  >v.    ond Thursday of each month.  Kmergent meetlnis ascallediMaaonic  W.S COOK  Sccratarv.  K. S. FKASKR  W.M.  I.   O.   O.   Fa  SNOWHHOK LODGH HO, <6  Meats every Moudny Krenlng at Miners' llai  Vlaltinc brethren cordially Invited.  T A. Love, Noble Ursud  W. A. PJcaaBD.FIn Secy.  W. A  Cook, Record.   Becy.  PUOKNIX    AKItIR   NO. lfiM  E-Hfc  ^-r^  WrW  lleeuiii rjalonHalJ  Kriday evenlnKS  Vlalilns;    brother  always welcome  '. Thoron, W. I>.  Orrlu D. Bosh,  W. Sec  K.ofP.LODi.E.No.28   PHOENIX, B.C. /  Meets every TuasnAy  Evkminq at 7.30   :  Sojouralna; Brothers Cordla ly  Welcomed.        :  _  W.X. FKKKIN8.C.C.  R. H. McCRACKKN  K. of a. s.  WOOD  Pirst^Olass Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine.-Wood, double cut,  * $6.00 per cord   ^ ���*--_��--��  Hams, Bacon. Lard  Burns' Choice Imperator Hams  Burns' Choice Imperator Bacon  Wm. Davies TToronto) Hams  ���t Wm. Davies (Toronto) Bacon  Shamrock   Pure    Leaf    Lard  .The Quality is Excellent, and the Prices are Right.  P.,BURNS & Co.,Ud Phoenix, B.C.  I��MONE   >o.  a  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic <*nd judici����nn pare of money'  By making frequent deposits in the Inti>rent;D*'partinent  By carrying an account in the Knsineeti Department  and paying for everything by'rlierk.  .  THIS PLAN  Cnrbs waateful expenditure  KeepB an aceorate tab up>n ontlay  Eaaos business transactions (  Advances business prosoerity  Always helps business men  BEGIN. TODAY. NOT TOMORROW OR LATER. ASK HOW NOW  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Savings Bant Department at, All    ffices  87 Branches Throughout Canada 67  CORRESPONDENTS  ALL  OVER  THE  V.iV3  !h- Delivered m Sksrt Nrtlce.  / TfcwB.IS  ~4  Johnson & Anderson  THE KING'S HOTEL  "The 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 Qrd-r   -Ceals served" in  the  King's. GRILL   at all hours.  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor VV. R. WILLIAMS,.Manager  Insight  TS not essentially an at-  tribute of wealth;-  people of less affluence  often have tlie 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 pieces of rare  design, Dainty Dining-  room , furniture, Royal  China 'Buffets, and "Extension Tables. Catchy  conceits all, but not at a  prohibitive price. 1;his  sort of furniture is last-,  ingly satisfactory, and  that's what counts.  C. F. EDWARDS  COMPLETE IKE OF  CORPETS, RUGS,  WINDOW SHADES, ALWAYS IN STOCK  COLUiUfliAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1893���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home foratn-1-  ���ntB of both-sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior stud-  rits, doin. grads public school vrork  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  DipIomaH. "Gives a.liberal'education in  its Collegiate CourBe and in the La.hea'  Course for M.B.L. and M.L.A. iln Um-  veraitv work, can.take.students .through  the complete Arts Course, and, the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, wbicb the college is -n  lut affiliation: (  For fuller information and terms writ*  Bev. W. JV Sipperell, B.A., B.D, Principal ;ot Say. J. *��� BoweU. BarBW.  f  m^Mmm^msiRii^:kffm:::i:  maKMMaauamtm.mii  K  j*mtiBMiwauexa��  ffimstn  EtnOMAUUfURUJU.  msmmmmsm i ���     ���-- ��  ,   X    *       r  eire'"i^-:,:a':"-:H:irtt^l  GO0l>. i!kK,AV| (>lt ,M  LK./mth as the PHOENIX DAIRY BRAND, if-  tb'c 'nwi'-Df n'tpinii'mg iiimuI,    Ti mnl<ei�� everything taste bettor.   Try it--  ���<1>�� .��� v- I'll" -t,.     All miik jh HtMvutiMl liefoi-H being "old.  W. A. ^M���l_AY: & SONS,  '    I'KI.IVKKKI)  TO  Al.l.'P*���TH'tOI�� THB  ClTY /  ' ���  -*H0ENfX PIONEER.'prVOENIX.  ":mm- fmiv^'-vr *'������������  B.C.  ONE E 32  '3ri0t.ra.tce floent  HONIM.  tlREi      L.IFK  ANIi   i   (  ACCIDBNT.  PI.ATK   ULA8H  OOVIM��>*"����<>NK��    POII    TMtlTO    AFFIDAVIT!*  PIIOENIX,   Il.C.  Children's Skin Troubles, Cuts, Etc.  ���A,r..;i'i>-'- u: <y>.!������:.','    ,   ���  ..,���( .     | '";��;"������  '  Every healthy child grata them, and  ���very mother haa tol^put something  . dfc";,;^7hitdp YOtypui.'oh?:^.  When you put on ointment on to'��  ohild'a okin it ge-alnto tha blood  through the poM��:j__t aa ourely as if,  you put It Into the cJtdld'a artom-oh.  Did you ever thlni: of that? How important, therefore^ that the aalya or  balmshbuld he pure l"'-��'v''v;!tj-^.;;..;;/v  Zam-Buk' Is atwblatoly par* | contains as)  animal tat < no mineral coloring matter j ao  aoid astringents; no burning antisbptio��>-y����  it it antiseptic! It i�� purely buifbal, and  thus moats all i tlie.needs of tha skin ia thsit  superior and all-powerful Way to whioh nature  : alone provides. ������������ ���   ���!��� ��� _.'���__;'  ��� Children like Z-m-Bak beet booaus. ma soon  m applied it stops tho pain and tips smarting  of the Injury'or aore place. Haaling than sets  in immediately. ������ i;\ ���;-.'���;; j.v.v-  ' ���    AiZbtvoQim ���f> aibm-f. Wo. :/.'  ~W$''  X  our Opportunity  Now is your chance to secure many of the little decorations  and requirements of the 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 ar half-price.  Mc R A E BR OS., _,__-.  STATIONERY      PAPERS      MAGAZINES  Phoenix  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  la Recognised  by all  aa the  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  WHYT    Because its  manufacturers employ all of their energy to the  turning out ol a perfect. Beer from  the bost materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 23  oenix   Brewing'   Co.  I.  Phoenix-  Greenwood  *#��� i  Line  1   *'  M,  X.)  Standard Time  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.  '�� "        lower town, 10.00 a.m.  Leave Greenwood,    -        3.00 p. m.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Piio-vix Ovvica, With MoRa. Bkos., Kaoa Hnx Av��.  GILLIS & LAING. Proprietors  aoamamaam  aa���Mm  a*aaa��_Mitfk_MW  COAL OUTPUT, 1909,  IS iffi&O TONS  Year's Production In  Crows  Nest' Pass District   ';  I he output of coal at the mines of  the Crows Nest company, the Hosmer  mines and at Corbin, for the year  1909, aggregate 1,637,690 tons. The  production of coke at the Fernie, Hdj-  mer and Michel ovens for the year was  ��74i5J3 tons, of which the Hosmer  mines turned out 24,265 tons. ���"'���������  These three mining'camps constitute  the coal-producing mines of the Pass  district of British Columbia.   '_"' The Corbiri mines 'are turning out  500 tons daily now, and this output  will be still further increased during  the summer. '    '  ���- Psys'Dlvltfsi. -.  The old North Star in East Kootenay is again in the list or dividend  paying mines. Last week checks to  the'amount of several thousand dollars  were received at Cranbrook, Kimberley  and Marysville by shareholders. (The  amount received was at the rate bf 2  cents' per share.  Recent advices from the mine are to  the effect that conditions at the mine  are more favorable than has been for  several years, that a large body of high  grade silver-lead ore has been struck,  and shipments would seem to indicate  the truth of this report. '  A carload of ore shipped to Trail  smelter last week averaged ��� 70 ounces  in silver and 60 per cent in lead.  _______!___:."    '   "  Vancouver's police have convicted a  Chinaman of selling cigarettes to lads  of tender years.  Pbeealz fellwav Tl���Wlakte.  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-��o a.m.  Arrives'   . . .. 5.10p.m.  PROVINCIAL.  Armstrong will erect,,an $8,000  public hall.  The Eastern Townships Bank will  open a branch at Princeton.  The railway surveyors on the Oro-  ville-Penticton extension have about  completed this work.  The new boat now building to run  between Golden and Windermere will  accommodate 100 passengers./  Vermillion Forks Coal company is  calling for tenders for the construction  of a mine building.  In one day last week three wagon  loads of silver were shipped by express  from the Trail smelter to China.  Right Rev. Canon Newton, one of  Jthe earliest missionaries" on the Canadian prairies, is dead at Victoria.  VV. A. Ward has been appointed  Danish Vice-Consul for British Columbia, with  residence  at Vancouver.  The local option league of Victoria  has passed a resolution asking the  Federal government to make the Scott  act applicable to this province.  W. G. McMorris has resigned the  management of the Nelson Daily  News and is now with the Western  Canada Investment company of Van  couver.  Twenty-seven of the mining leases  held by the Guggenheims .in the Cariboo district have been abandoned and  most of them have been 'relocated by  J. B. Hobson of Bullion.  v BILL IS PRESENTED '  Higher Licenses and _>o Ghirb-'  - nic Drunks J  "One of the "most important bills presented to the provincial parliament this  session was introduced by message arid  replaces all present liquor traffic arid  license legislation August 1   next. ;'��� It  to a large extent justifies   the promise  given by Premier McBride ���-to a  local  option deputation during the day,, to  the effect' that while, the government  had  decided hot   to  introduce  local  ��� ���ption at present; higher   license  haid  been decided upon, together with much I  more stringent  provisions for minimizing the evils traceable to intemperance   and    lax   control   'of' licensed  interests!     :'."'.���������-.:. ���'-, :;.'f '';��� '���;"���'. :.".' '."!���?'.,,  HEAVIER   LICENSES     .;  Under this new law:- wholesale licenses are placed at $300 per annum  with a further minor fee of $15, for investigation of each application,, which  fee is now demanded for renewals.  Hotel license fees are on a sliding  scale, based on the inspectors' reports  as to the approximate white male population within a radius of one mile  from the premises seeking license,  these being: Where the population  exceeds 1000, $360; population from  500 to 1000, $200; population less  than $500, $125.  Licenses of commercial travellers or  agents soliciting orders in British Columbia for non-resident wholesalers are  $200 each, terminable at each yeai's  end, while railway car and steamship  licenses .ire $50 each. <  No debt for less than $5 for drinks,  contracted at one time, is to he  recoverable in law hereafter, and no  pawn or pledge may be taken by a  hotel man under heavy penalties.  The sale of liquor or its gift to any  of the following is absolutely prohibited throughout the province: Any  dipsomaniac, any person of drinking  habits, anyone addicted to debauches  or sprees, any one who notoriously  wastes his money in drink or riotous  living to the detriment of his family or  others dependent upon him, vagrants,  tramps, disorderly women or Indians,  1AR LIQUOR TO THE WASTEFUL  Broad power is given the superintendent of police, the chief inspector  or any police 'chief without information or legal process to forbid the sale  in British Columbia of liquor to any  one who by excessive drinking misspends, wastes, or lessens his restate,  injures his health, or .endangers br.uv  ANY remedy that bonefits digestion  strengthens tho nerves.        f ������  The nerve centers roquire nutrition.  If the digestion li Impaired, the nervo  centers become anemie, and Indigestion  is the result.  Peruna la not a nervine nor  ' ���stimulant It benefits the nerve* by  \ benefiting dlgentlon., tll  \ e*s a a s a* assas   ae'asss ��.'��� -a a ��� s s  - Parana f roes the stomach of catarrhal  congestions and normal digestion la the  result. ������/* .'Y :]'" ' ��� -..V  ; In other words, Peruna goes to the  bottom of the whole difficulty, when  the disagreeable symptoms disappear.  Mrs. J. C.Jamison, 61 Marchant street,  Watson vlllo, Cal., writes:   ...  "I was troubled with my'stomach for  alx years. I tried many kinds of medicine, also was treated by three'doctors.  "They said that I hadnerrons dyspepsia. I -was put oa a liquid diet for  three months.  "I Improved under the treatment, but  as soon an 1 Btopped taking tho .medicine, I got bad again. , *i  "I took tho medicine for two years,  then I got sick again and gave up all  hopes of getting cured. d  ''I saw a testimonial of a man whose  case was similar to'mino being cured by  Peruna, so I thought I would give It a  trial..-     /������    'i 1 P -'<���; '       'A  "I procured a bottle at once and (commenced taking it. I have taken several  bottles and am entirely cured.     1/  aaaaaiaaasaaassaasasa a��a ��� i  "/ Aave gained In strength ,'and\  feel like a different person.   I-.believe Per una la all that la claimed \  for It."  '...J.l  ' /Nervines, such as coal tar preparations, are doing a groat deal of harm.  Sleep medicines and headache powders  are oil alike,���heart depressants^.and  should not be used.. The nerves, would  be nil right, if the digestion were good.  Perim 11 corronta the digestion.     ,-��  THE  p$  Nakusp was nearly wiped out bylterrupts the peace and happiness of  fire on the 10th inst. Ogilvie & Mc-lhis family. The onus of proof in re-  Kittrick's store, the Bank of Commerce,  gard to liquor shall be negatively upon  FERROL,  WILL  a  FF.RROL is a creamy emulusion of Cod Liver Oil  with sufficient flavoring to cover the fishy taste.  We recommend it highly, especially for the Cough  or Cold that has settled on the chest.  . ��� . ��� . ��� .  Price, One Dollar per bottle  LOVE'SDRUG STORE  PRESCRIPTIONS  CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.  UPPER TOWN        v*        PHOENIX, B.C.  \        '���   ���  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  T. TURANO, Proprietor  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matte; than the  Bible���though not necessariiv a better  book because of its greater balk. : It is  Blled with FACTS of vital imporance to  Vol. VIII. iseued May, 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 50 per: cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with mine descriptions and  on statistics have been carefully revised  and the balk of the matter therein is   -  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 25 chapters,  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistrv, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology,  Deposits by Districts. States, Countries  and Continents; Mines in' Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.        ���..._.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  '  THE INVE8TOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  TERMS are the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent to  yon, 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 jndge  for yourself of its value 'o you?  PRICE is $6 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and pub-  :isher,  Horace J.   Stevens  36,' Shelden Building, Houghton  Mich., ILS.A.      i  WagstafTs tin shop and CroweU's carpenter shop were destroyed.  The twentieth annual session of the  Right Worshipful Orange Grand Lodge  of British Columbia  will   be  held at  Kamloops on the -15th and  16th inst.,  and the annual session  of the  Right  Worshipful Grand Chapter x>t   British  Columbia on'the 14th. .  '   According  to   recent dispatches a  great body, of coal on  the west arm  of Quatsine Sound,  at   the north  end  bf Vancouver Island.    The  coal  lies  in such quantity and  of such   quality  that it is predicted that mines rivalling  the famous Dunsmuir property at^ Nanaimo will be opened up.  the defendants in future prosecutions.  Bottled liquors may not be mixed in  the bottles, or bottles refilled or false  ly or deceptively labeled; and, no se  cret contracts  shall be legal hereafter  under which the licensee  submits to  dictation as to where he buys his stock,  this clause being directed against brew.  eries and wholesale houses,  behind a  large proportion of retail nouses. ?  :..Thesminimum  penalty  under the  act.is hereafter $roo and the.maximum]  $3��9- -   "������������:'.���;��� ���    r     ,        -      i  1  THE reader of a newspaper will readily 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.  Telkwa  by the  eastern  Coal CIiIms J:raped  Forty-two coal claims in  and Bulkley Valley, owned  Cassiar Coal Company, an  corporation of which Samuel Barker,  M.P.,: Hamilton, Ont.; is a prominent  official, have been jumped for alleged  non-compliance with the mining regulations. It is alleged that while the  company paid the annual license of  $ioo per "claim every year Continuous  development was not prosecuted as required by law. A big fight is pending  and the matter has been referred by  the Hazelton Mining Recorded to Pre  mier McB'ide as Minister'of Mines.  Locations were made about five years  ago. The company applied for crown  grants a few months ago. The ��� property is very valuable as the area embraces valuable farm lands in Bulkley  valley at the junction of the Bulkley  and Telkwa rivers, and also comprised  several prospective townsites.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM   F.)  Certificate ol Improvements.  NOTICE.  McKinley Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located :���In Providence Oau'p  TAKE NOTICE, that I. A. A. Mr-In-  tosh. Free Miner's Certificate No B26468.  intend, sixty davs 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 the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this Fiftli day of Jannary, A .D.  1910.  7-8 A. A. McINTOSH.  Sltsl tc Ysllo-bsad  "The Grand Trunk Pacific will be  laid into the Yellow Head this year" is  the )he statement handed out by General Manager E. J. Chamberlain; who  was positive of his statement that the  steel, would reach the pass by the end  of this year. The entire line frob the  McLeod river to the Tete Juan Cache  is now under contract with the. Foley/  Welsh & Stewart, and construction  would be extended over the entire distance of 179 miles during the coming  year. , i  "The contractors are already preparing to commence active work,"  stated the general manager. "And if  they are enabled to store all their  snpplies before the snow leaves the  ground, I see nothing in the way of  completing the road into the pass this  year.  "Rapid progress is being made on  the two bridges at Wolf Creek and the  McLaod river. When these are completed there will be no other obstacles  in the path in the way of bridges until  we reach the Fraser crossing at Fort  George on the other side of the  Rockies. Our crossing at the : Atha  basca river near the pass will be easy,  and it is our intention to put a temporary trestle o\er this river to carry  steel across."  MeBrloV* Flro Stsnd  At Victoria the other day Premier  McBride made the important announcement that in future when applications wi:re made by railway companies for renewal of railway charters  unless very good and sufficient reason  is shown, the government will inter  vene and refuse the renewals.  Mr. Hawthornthwaite, as leader of  the opposition, congratulated the premier op (he announcement.  Newspaper .Advertising  ths Most inexpensive  i  and in fact THE ONLY WAY to communicate between the buyer'and the purchaser  r  THE  ���^  PHOENIX PIONEER  IS THE BOUNDARY'S GREAT PUBLICITY MEDIUM  E place the story of your wants in the hands of our  large list of subscribers at the rate of TWO  DOLLARS 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  B PRINTIN  IS OUR LONG SUIT  Ths Pioraee. for Fins Commercial Printing raar  Vvi^m-i.-- -,-  ����::������!$&���.-' "��� -  m.M-%kk'\-.<i ���:{���&������:���-.  Ttf-iiwijvjiwS*--  ��^��tnV��HM#f*?>|l J  .PHQHIX ^.QWEFR,-WQEll,rX,.M,  - , 1  -v  ,,!..��� ,^-at   ^-.yw _  ���xap  rns  i>'a"t,>  4>  NTERNATIONAL  NVESTMENT & REALTY Co.  NCORPORATED,    FEBRUARY,   ipio  Offices:   403-4 Eagle Block. SPOKANE, WASH.  Beal Estate Bought and Sold; Ten-Year 6  per cent Gold Bonds issued; Agents for all  kinds of Business; write for Prospectus,: Buy  a.Gold Bond and receive 6 Per Gent Interest  Compounded    annually    on   your   savings.  I In and Around Phoenix "  International Investment & Realty CO.  J. L, MARTIN, Manager  Phone Mala 3        Eagle Block       Spokane, Wash.  i'J-i'.V.  >%  ��-?���:.:'.  ;SA;'  mv.  I^rhi'-'^,.^;..'';.;';''^'  mmd:'-:'  Faultlessly Fashioned Fabrics  at Clearing Prices  BLACK AND BLUE WORSTED  SUITS, WERE $40.00, Now.. .  ALSO $38.00 and $35.00 SUITS  - - Now - ���  $30  I  BRIEF  TOPICS OF  tOCAL 'AND  GENERAL  INTEREST  TO11 PHOENICIANS.  (.'     '���. ;      , -  .fWWiWWWWf^^  SALE FOR ONE MONTH ONLY  ORDEU. YOUR EASTER SUIT NOW  ROBERT HORRELL, The Tailor  \miM--:v--<,\v.o:;-!,:  ]:.-��''&.,���.;:������..,.���,:....���...;������.���  fc*^f--."-"'<'-v;v.'.ii  ^i^^^-'t^^-W^'^v'-^ ������  FRES  MILK  ' That pronounced presence of Rich Cream is  ionnd  only  , in Purest Milk.   That is the  kind   we sell.    We inv.Ue  you to become a judge by giving us a trial.   Phone Orders  to E. 32, and same will be promptly attend 3d to and delivered daily.       .'"([.     . < >-,,..     . '  yW;%: Mc4CAY 8t SONS!  ���..-<  W-iw  Hi  i  a'.  ",-< Wlrf !_>'  -j-v   .' I  >N1*\JB-A1-L  _$-..  tf-fi      fj>5-     (TRADEMARK) ' *  IS   RECOMMENDED  ���i!m;;^s#;  ^.������.":.'&?4  when a person, young or old, through   overwork, worry, intense excitement,  S^Viefi alcoholic or other excesses, or from other'recent or known'causes, has  Ii  overstrained and  exhausted the nervous system, and  as the result, does not  ]':i sleep well, wakes up tired, is depressed, tearfnl, inclined to perspire at the  v .least-irritation, has indigestion, lack of appetite, and is, to sum up in a phrase,  :'��� entirely unstrung.    Such conditions are evident to everyone, and  are com j  ���'inon in every family, and can  by early  treatment of brief duration by this|  preparation, with its threefold  effect of feeding the  nerve tissue,  enabling  , -sleep to be obtained and food to be desired and digested, be quickly over-  ^Jcome.^ . t, "..   ,' -,\ , , ���   ,'  ^    . .',, 1 '   :.' *  LARGE BOTfLES, $1.50  One  bottle, taken  three  times -a day  according to directions, affords  treatment f6r-aboutr40,days, all .that is usually required for ordinary derange-  ;;   ments of the nervous system.  Samples and regular size bottles may be obtained at  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  BsfcS  im-'-f  I^J'i'W  'ti*fe"i('  feifB'fcv''.  m^'f:tv  4 i%$  pure grape cream  tartar powder. Its fame  is world-wide. No alum,  no phosphatic acid.  There is never a question as to the absolute  purity and healthful-  ness of the food it raises.  Geo. Isaacson left   on   Monday for  Butte. ,  Athletic tournament in opera house  tonight. 1 f'  John Mclnnis leaves for  the 'coast  today.  For sale, good coal heater ; apply at  Pioneer office  Firstclass dry wood, any   length, for  sale; phone E32. ��,_  ���    Wood   dealers   have  been   reaping  their harvest this week.  ,   Miss R E. McGrade returned from  Spokane on Wednesday.  Order your spring suit from Wallace,  the tailor���lower town. ,  Dr. Simmons, dentis', is at his office  in the bank block today.  ,W. Su'diffe 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."  Board and rooms at the Cottage  hotel.���W. Sutcliffe, prop.  Subscribe for the Pioneer and get  the latest Boundary news.  Col. Lowery is hitting the pike  through the "silvery" Slocan.  Ladies dress goods; the finest selection iii the city at R. Horrell's."  William Madden and his bride arrived home Wednesday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. David Oxley returned  yesterday from Chewelah, Wash.  Grafonolas and graphophones, on  easy terms, at Black's jewelry store  A new heating  plant has  been installed in  Greeuwood  public  school  For sale, a comfortable  cottage on  N-iw York townsite; apply  at   Pioneer  office.  Duncan Ross is among the aspirants  to fill the vacancy on the railway com  mission.  R. G. McNeillie, district passenger  agent of the C P.R., was in town on  Thursday.  Team work of all kinds promptly  attended to; apply to W W. Miller,  phone E32.  Roy Clothier"left' on Tuesday via  "Spokane   for Vancouver  to  accept a  lucrative position. ,' ,  " Dr. Simmons, dentist, will beat his  office   in   the  bank   block,   Phoenix,  from the 10th to 13th inst.  Alex. Miller, a former Boundary  mining man. but recently of Cobalt,  was in town during the week.  Call at Black's jewelry store and  hear the latest selections on the most  perfect phonograph manufactured.  Hear "Hondel's Largo," a beautiful  'cello solo played on the Columbia  Grafonola at Black's jewelry store.  See D J. Matheson about housekeeping rooms in the McArdle & Anderson block, First street, upper town.  The chink who figured in a fracas  at Hartford Junction about ten days  ago was taken to-Greenwood jail this  week.  John Mclvor of Rossiand,  an' old-  i timer of Phoenix, was in the city for  a few days this  week, calling on old  friends.  Mrs. L. Y. Birnie and daughter  Doris left Wednesday for Seattle on a  V sit to Mrs. Birnie's sister, Mrs. H. E.  Kennedy.  L'febuoy Soap is delightfully refresh  ing for Bath or   Toilet.    For   washing  underclothing it is uneqqalled. Cleanses  and rifles.  Following a month of exceptionally  mild weather the thermometer in Phoenix dropped to 3 degrees below zero  Tuesday night.  Lost���Between Phoenix and Green  wood, a gold watch initialed "M. M. I."  Finder will be rewarded by  returning  to Pioneer office.  Dr. D. Darrach of, Kensington, P.  E I., arrived in the city on Monday to  visit his son who has been in the hospital with the fever.  J. A. Morrin of the Morrin, Thompson company came over from Peach-  land on Tuesday and will remain for  the bonspiel next week.  Ralph Gilbert arrived tn town Sat-  urday after a holiday at his old hou ��  in Kansas. He will return to Alaska  in the course of a few weeks.  To rent, the old Norden hotel  build ng ; thoroughly cleaned and in  good shape; several rooms well furnished.    Apply to A. Alms'rom.  Found���In Phoenix, on Saturday,  Feb. 12, a considerable sum of money.  Loser can obtain same at the Pioneer  office upon identification of money.  '���'. Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner."  , ,Lost���On Saturday, Feb. 5th, a  lady's gold filled watch, Elgin movement. - Finder- ��� leave at Morrin,  Thompson & Co.'s, arid receive reward.  . The Phoenix Ladies of, the Maccabees wish through the Pioneer to thank  the;tnany"citizens who generously assisted.them in making Monday evening's dance a success.  H.,^ Miles, forroeily manager of  the Phoenix steam laundry, returned  to town from Spokane Thursday. Mr.  M l;s expects to reopen the laundry in  the course of a couple of weeks.  The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist  church will give an ice cream social at  the home of Mrs. A. Geddes on Tuesday evening, Feb. 22 nd. Ice cream,  coffee and cake served any time during  the evening.  Mrs. E. Parks was iu the city from  Spokane this week, having been called  through the serious illness of her  daughter, Mrs. James Weir, who is  seriously ill in the hospital. Mrs,  Weir is now progressing favorably.  A son and heir arrived at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tait fast Sat  urday. "Ten pounds and a beauty,"  exclaimed the daddy, while the rapidity  with which he walked betokened the  fact he had another to provide for.  King Edward lodge, No. 36, A F.  and A.M. on Thursday evening received an official visit from H. N.  Rich, grand master of British Columbia,  and W. Clark, district deputy grand  master. A number of visiting brethren  from .Greenwood and Grand Forks  lodges were present.  George Johns, who has been connected .with Dominion Copper mines  for a number of years, left on Tuesday  for Boise, Idaho, to accept a responsible position with a mining company  there. Mrs. Johns and family have  moved to Greenwood, where they will  reside until summer.  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 wiir insure' you in "any of twelve  companies���the strongest in the world  - Robert Horrell will close out his  tailoring business here before the end  of the present month and move to  Calgary. Mr. Horrell. returned on  Friday from a trip to Calgary and has  .arranged to open in business there  early in March. He is quite enthusi  astic regarding the future of the AI  berta .city, though, speaking of real  estate, he said things were rather flat  at'present.  P. W. George & Co. will close out  their business in  Phoenix   today.    N.,  Carson & Co. have ordered a com-  plete, line of gents'furnishings, boots  and shoes, etc., which are now arriving daily, and in the course of a few  days expect to have their store fitted  up and ready for business. They will  ,be the local representatives for the"  famous "Style Craft" brand of clothing,  made by Hatchborn & Co. of Toronto.  Large numbers of citizens have been  attracted to E. A Black's jewelry store  this week to hear the Grafonola���credited with being the most perfect machine manufactured for the reproduction ofjhe human voice. It is a reve  lationto those not familiar with the  ���approvements that have been made  on the original gramaphone, the clearness of reproduction being remarkable,  The records for the machine-are of  such a variety as to make the instru  ment a general entertainer. Being  hornless and encased in beautifully finished mahogany, the Grafonola "is a  piece bf furniture that will grace any  drawing room.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  , HOLDEN AT GRAND FORKS  Between   George' R.   Drake,   Plaintitf  (jndgrment creditor', and Mrs. Betty  .Lai son, defendant (judgment debtor.)  NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that I  will offer for aalo bv Public Auction, on  Ihe front steps of tho Court House. In  Grand Forks, B C. at the hour of 12  o'clock noon, on Wednesday, tbe 2nd  day of March, 1010, the followlna: property, viz.: LotNumlwi 22, and part of  Lot 21. Block 13, Plan 69, In the city of  Phoenix, B.C., in order to satisfy a  judgment obtained ' by tbe plaintiff  nxainst the defondont for $207.76, and  interest and costs. The charges appearing on the register against the said defendant, together with daw of regis'ration are as follows: Judgment registered  14th April, 1010, amount $2��7.75, judgment debtor, Mrs. Betty Larson, judgment creditor, George R. Drake.  Dated, 17th Februaryj 1010.  . If. Q, KicBMAN,  Sheriff Grand Forks and Greenwood Electoral Districts.  ' For cleaning and pressing try Wallace, the tailor; goods called for arid  delivered,  ���> NOTICE.  NOTICE is HEREBY. GIVEN that  the Canadian Pacific Railway company  '.Lessee and exercising the franchises  of;the Columbia & Western Railway)  has this day filed in the district la^d  registry office at Kamloops plan, profile  and book of reference showing' a change  in location on the ^lotborjode branch of  the said Colombia,<$: Western Railway  liei ween mile 3.6 and mile 4; 'and that  thirty days hereafteror so soon 'as the  application can be heard,,the..said com  pany intends to apply to the board of  Railway CommisBionersfor Canada for  approval of the said plan.  Datad this 10th day of January 1910.  B- MA_roL_,  General Executive Assistant,  Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby givpn that thirty  davs after date I intend to apply to the  Board of License Commissioners for the  City of Phoenix for a traneor of the  license now held by me for tho Dominion  hole), in the city of Phoenix, B 0., to  Angelo Schulli and James Summers. -  J. B. Boone  Phoenix, B.C.. Feb. 16, 1910.  NEW LOCATION  The American Hand Laundry has  moved into their new building, back of  Idaho compressor, being more suitable for business. Send a card and  your laundry will be called for and  delivered.  Mrs. F. J. COWLES, Proprietress  PHOENIX COLI-EGE.  Pupils for Grade classes now being  enrolled.  Ground Floor  FINNISH BUILDING      , "  Room to the Left  THE UNIVERSAL TOPIC.  How could the ordinary man       I  In conversation sbins  Without the hackneyed weather theme  As leader for his line?  Could he without an effort think '  Of anything to say <*  Unless he could got started with   -  "My.  whnt a beastly day?"       < .'  tie may be thrown in for m. tin-ij   '  With one he does not know.  They   need   some  common  around   to  make  The conversation flow.  And in the line of talk he looks  For something ready made.        ~-  And so to neatly fill the gap  The weather comes, first aid.  in calllDg on a lady friend  The bashful man and shy  Can't think of anything to say.  Though he ,hls best may try.  He Biammers* and |s just about  To turn-and run away,  ,   And then,the weather topic come��a  And sa vea for him thai day.  The man with nothing on his mind.  And not too much of that,    .  Is halted by 11 friend and finds  , _-���  The conversation flat  He drags Ihe good old weather In  As they resume their walk.  For cussing and discussing that   ,  Mont any one can talk.  Planning Ahead.  "Yon nnd Si 11 re not on as good term*  as you used to bi��."  "No: I've got It In for him."  -But you wen- raised together, went  to the same school and played the same  Eames."  "That's right. ��e did. but I bellev<-  now tlmt r>llow JuRt went to the same  school unci associated with me all of  those-years'to get Into my confidence  so lie rould got 11 chance at me In n  horse trade."  Harmony Scheme.  r "Yoti/ hav��> pin  that drummer in the  wrong room." tuil.l the hotel proprietor,  looking over the register.  "But lie said he wanted tbe. best  room in the house." said the new clerk  "Never mind what he said." replied  the proprietor, with the air of one  who had learned experience by wis  doni: "Always put a drummer-In a  rooni'wlth-'n-brsiKS bed." ������  One Part Easy.  "How were the flnnl examinations'*  Were the questions,har/}?" ,,  "ph., ,no: the i|iiestinns were dead  easy In fact, they wore right there  before us ns plain as print. It was the  answers that gave us so much bother."  Culinary.  "I have but one rault to find with the  strawberry shortcake season."    rt  "Whnt is It?" '  "It can never be -brought to coincide  with tho pancake season."   ���  Conceit.  |;i  am  so different from you, don't  you think?" /  "Ye^e-s, but then"���  "What?"  "It confers ti��/t!iHt|bctlon upon you."  Reason   Enough.    ���  .   fWby dou'.t you ever invite Basle?" ;;  "All the "men like ber."   '  PERT  PARAGRAPHS.  .Whether ahuir louf is better than no  bread depends somewhat on the baker:  Since the octopus was born the elephant has to bike a back seat as big  game.      '"_"., ~ : *  Some meri-have no social conscience,  and others have none of any descilp  tion. ���  '.   ���  Pboe.li Railway Timetable.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.00 p.m.  Arrives    .. .. ..    5.35 p.m.  ,.!!, .;,,.���-...���:*   GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and    '  Spokane    - ,..        ..    9.90a.m.  Arrives    ..���'���..       ... . 5.10p.m.  Watch  R.epairi-ag'  We are now in a position to do first-class  work promptly, and at a reasonable price.  Our watcmaker has had years of experience  on English and American watches.  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 and   Manufacturing.''  Nugget    ;  Jewelery made to order.    We have a large ' selection- of.  Nusfiets  just  from   Alaska.    WORK   THAT   WILL  STAND COMPARISON.    PRICES RIGHT.  E.    A.    BLACK,    THE    JEWELER  Why Freeze?  Even though it be cold weather we can clothe you in garments  that will keep the shivers away. 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.  Thomas Brown  Royal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars'  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARKER SHOP  in connection  /N EASY SHAVE  TYLISH   HAIRCUT  REFRESHING    A \     ACE  INVIGORATING    HAMPOO  A. Tank, Tonsorial Arhsr  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try 1  The Famous  Kohlnoor  Chocolates  There are none    >���  Better  COSGROVE & mcastocher. Prprietors  PRINTING  , is our business and we arc|  here to please you. vThc    next time that "you !wanj  any Billneads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulari  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone':  m ;     fe  and we will  show you  samples: : :  THE PIONE  Bran waste is one great  difference between  good and poor f^  The food part of flour is "protein."  Protein  makes bone, muscle  an  Brain.���There is no protein in bran.  ���bran is the outside part, the hu&  or "bark" of the wheat  .       ^  ���bran is the part of the wheat whic  is  absolutely without food-value  the human system.  <���bran represents part of the diffe  ^ence between Royal Household J?lp:  and whole-wheat flour or cheap; |  ierior, flours that are poorly; milij  and not thoroughly purified.  No other flour in this country is.  thoroughly and completely sepafaf  from the waste as is "Royal Hou  hold," because no other mills are  well equipped or exclusively devolpfl  to the production of scientifically P**p; \  flour as Royal Household mills.    /��.-*?  ..., ,, :'"'������ ;���'.,-"' .1  Qgilvie'e- Royal |f oiusehj^ld f}9^t'  $i.  ��*,'>.���<?*_���_:��'f. 3;  _, i^S^*^^*��W^i*U^^;-5-'


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