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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 9, 1910

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Array <*JI  AND   BOU.NBA  _.  IElevbnth Ykar.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  SATURDAY, JULY; 9,  1910  >.  AT  1*   .OS*.  -SB*.  'A  FOR YOUR  .vs  Look over the List of Good '���������',���"-i1*-  Things at the BIG STORE  &STew Potatoo^, 8 lbs. for 25c.  [New Cabba^ <\ 6 cts. per-lb, j-  New Turnips j cents per bunch  Cucumbers (^rge) 20c. each  "Ripe Toroatcos, 20c; per lb/  Water MrTo Sa^y^ayjjpincj^  jRipe Plumsi Ibo. piFflllLludi  iRipe Apricots, 15c. per pound.  Ripe Peaches, 3: lbs. for 50c.  Pine Apples- 25c. each.  Red Raspberries, 3 Baskets for 50c  Green Apples! 10c. per pound.  Black Berries, 20c. per basket  Strawberries,jl5c. per basket  Cordon Gob^ 65c. per gallon can  rresh Brandon Creamery BuHer, 3lb. $1.00  LETTUCE, SPINACH,? RADISHES, YOUNG  ONIONS, PIE PLANT, etc., iu great abundance.  CHERRIES for Preserving are at their best, leave your orders TODAY  for delivery the first of the week.  WM^mc^k^i.  Build Your own fortune  B  Y BUYING A GOLD BOND  from the International. Investment and Realty Co. of 403-4 Eagle  Block, Spokane, Wash.  A Cumulative Bond matures in  Ten. short years by paying $6.13  monthly, for which you receive 6%  interest compounded annually. In  Ten years you will have paid in  $735 60, for which you will receive  $1,000 in a heap.  Spokane   Real ��� Estate a specialty, 'on small cash payments and  Easy Terms.       Place your order with our Local Agents,  Cosggrove  <SL McAstocker  We cordially Invite  YOU   to call  and  see us when visiting Sdokane  International Investment & Realty CO.  J. _L. MARTIN, President  403-4 Eagle Block Spokane, Wash.  MEN'S   SUITS  ^^^^l^^m^aBmWmmBBBaM��^istmmmsssms^smmammmmBMtsmsmsmmmmajamamBmmMMMMaaM^mmmBMtammmBmmm  A great many of the best dressed men in:  this community have discovered how to have  suits that fit them perfectly, and also how  to do this without paying exhorbitaut prices.  Have you discovered how to dress well ?  If not, you had better visit our store and  examine our range of suits, and after you  have examined them you will have learned  the secret of dressing well, and also by buying one of our stylish fitting suits.  Our range of clothes have that '' distinctive class " which the swell-dressed men  are always looking for and so seldom find in  ready-to-wear clothing. The range of patterns is very large.  .      1 ��� V W i!. iFURfslISMNGS  ���No. 33'  DOMINION DAY AT  CHRISTENA LAKE  500  De-  Picnickers   Have  a  lightiui Outing  .Ideal weather, favored the Odd  Fellows' picnic at Christena Lake on  Canada's 43rd natal day anniversary,  and nothing occurred-to- mar. a thoroughly enjoyable outings Five hundred visitors from various parts of the  Boundary spent the day by the enchanting waters of Christena and vote  it a royal picnicking beauty spot.  The special  train   left  Phoenix at  715  a.m. wjth   ; 20   pleasure-seekers,  the number being augmented at Eholt  and1 increased to nearly 400 at Grand  Forks, arriving at Fife at 10.30, a mile  distant lrom the water's edge.    It Was  but a matter of a few minutes until the  several steam  and  gasoline  launches  and a score or two of row   boats and  canoes were passing up and down the  beautiful lake laden with merry-makers,  while  the  dancing  pavilion  in   connection with the Christena Lake hotel  was all a-whirl with youth and beauty.  Ole   Johnson   has  built   the   com  modious Christena Lake Hotel on Le  valle point, which is a natural   rendez  vous    for   campers.     Large  sums  of  money are being expended to  provide  pleasure and amusement for visitors to  this coming  summer   resort.    Besides  the dancing pavilion, Mr. Johnson has  a   score  of row  boats, canoes, steam  and gasoline launches at the service of  campers or,ris:tors.    He also purposes  clearing grounds for an  athletic  park,  where baseball, football and   sports of  various kinds can be held.  A short distance trom Levalle point  are numerous cot'ages, among them  the Phoenix club prettily ensconced in  cottonwoods. A dozen or more cottages are now in course of construction  for residents of Grand Forks and  Phoenix, and each succeeding year will  undoubtedly see larger numbers summering at Christena. ;  on  GREY'S ENTHUSIASTIC  TRIBUTE TO CANADA  No Better Fate Than to Be a  Good Canadian  London, July. 7.���In this week's  Standard,of Empire, Earl Grey gives a  statement of his hopes and convictions  regarding Canada. He says Canadians . are ..a sane,, sober and .earnest  people, patriotic, and invincibly industrious, worshipping no false Gods,  following no wil-othe wisp, but steadily  and surely, with theirVeyes wide open  alike to opportunity and dangers, build;  ing up, between the Atlantic and the  Pacific, the greatest nation that has  ever been. ; Canada, he says, is a wonderful-inspiration to .any1 right thinking  man, and no better fate could befall  any British boy or girl, man or woman  than to become a good Canadian and  play their part iti the Dominion's great  forward march, a most wonderful process in this wonderful;age. Earl Grey  strongly favors the emigration of young  children to Canada.  Back (0 ike Farm!  Mr. and Mrs. John Riordan left  Wednesday for Michigan, where they  will go ranching on tbe farm where Mr.  K iordan spent his ycuth, a few miles  distant from Sault Ste Marie. Mr.  and Mrs. Riordan were among the  pioneers of Phoenix, coming here from  Sandon over ten years ago. Mr. Riordan is well known throughout the  Boundary, having been a candidate for  parliamentary "honors on the Socialist  ticket, and fpr���a number of.years was  financial secretary .of ;Phoenix' Miners'  union. ' They have'many friends who  will wish them every success oack.on  the'farm. ������''���' i 1 '! .    ���  Boundary lining Notes  .1 .The excursion train left, at 9.30  ~7#. 3.-1*-..- ,.v.&-      .���     ���-."-������,   .."������_......  the :reiurn   trip, carrying   a   tired   qut  enthusiastic holiday bunch, who were  unanimous in voting Christena the  premier picnic grounds of the Boun  daryi The Odd Fellows', who had the  arrangements in hand, are to be congratulated on the success of the outing.  Pythian* r. Oddfellows  The baseball struggle between teams  representing the local Odd Fellows  and Knights of Pythias was pulled off  on schedule time Thursday evening.  The bleachers were lined with expectant baseball fans, and they were not  disappointed. They got their money's  worth and then some. The merry-go-  round was in operation on the diamond  frequently without extra charge. The  game will be an epoch in the baseball  history of Phoenix; the players weie  on their mettle, their work was gilt-  edged. Gentle reader, the score was  14-18 when the curtain was finally  drawn, the teams lining up as follows:  ,.       .,., , ���   ���o ,, _���_.*;,vUw,u..ii��, .��.^.. v.. ,.,.^uu��.u,      The Hidden Creek mine bas $400,-  '��n.^.*4*I^.^^ development   work  done   and  omplet.on of ������*o^e*m,Wj^.��a��a^  till he was 25years ot, age when he n! Ingram; L.S.V.G., Miss M. Coutts;|up to 6 per* cent, copper.' It is ad-  came to Canada, which was in 1883.1 chaplain, Mrs. XV.- A. Pickard; inside I yantageoiisly located for mining pur-  Two years he  studied  horticulture in I guardian, Miss Johnson; outside guar, j poses and gives promise  of becoming  About  Odd Fellows  Pythians  G. H. Corbet  P-  W  X. Perkins  W. Cameron  c.  A. B. Cook  A. G. Howe  ib  G. Elkins  W. Jackson  ab.  H. Goodwin  \V. VanWagener  3��.  R. McCracken  X. A. Love  ss.  H. C. Miles  J. P. McKenzie  r.f.  G. Thompson  W. Brewer  c.f.  J. Finlay  R. Peterson  l.f.  J. E. Carter  F. Mattice made an  excellent   urn-  pire, while G. VV. Rurnberger was kept  busy as scoter, and found the K.P.'s  ahead in the summing up.  The officers of Snowshoe lodge, I.  0,0.F., for the current term will be  installed in office next Monday evening  by the district deputy, D. Whiteside of  Grand Forks.  There, are now about 180 men work  ing. at-Mother Lode mine and this  num  improvements  at  Greenwood.'  120 are employed at the smelter.  The new mill which has been under  construction for a year at Long Lake  is now completed and was, put iuto  operation this week on a test run  The mill is built to handle the ores  from the Jewel, which is at a distance  of ;abput halfiaf miie.i Ores>rill;be conveyed from the mine to the mill by an  electric tram line. The capacity of the  mill is 50 tons a day.  A large cave in occurred in the old  No. 2 mnnel workings'atGranby'mine  Monday. It is estimated that upwards  of 100,000 tons of rock fell lrijopening  up to the surface and enlarging theim-  niense glory hole. There was no serious damage done, about three-fourths  of the reck which caved in being ore,  and a great deal of expense in machine  work will be saved. The cave in gave  about three hcurs' warning, so that all  ol the employees were at a safe distance.  MEN OF TODAY  MARTIN BURRELL  Sketch of Popular Member for  Yale-Cariboo  Martin Burrell, MP., represents  Yale-Cariboo���which is a trifle larger  than the whole area of the Maritime  provinces and about the size of the  British Isles with Denmark and. Holland thrown in. The kindom of Mar  tin Burrell begins at the interna  tional boundary and ends far beyond  the last stake of the Grand Trunk  Pacific survey. It includes several  ranges of mountains, two river systerns  and a whole series of valleys in the  most fertile of, which Martin Burrell  is the leading, fruit farmer of British  Columbia. That, is Kettle valley a  few miles from Grand Forks, which is  the town home of Mr. Buirell and the  home of the Granby smelters; such is  the contrasts of the Pacific���from  Northern Spies the size of a man's two  fists, pears almost as big, plums as  large as a small pear and small fruits  twice life size, to the smudge of a  smelter. Hence the complexity of industry and the complication of labor;  the Asiatic problem���the invasion of  the brown man and  the  yellow  man.  What wonder that Martin Burrellj  who for 10 years has been hiring labor  in the Kettle valley, should be considered in the house of commons as  one of the most expert authorities on  labor protection in Canada. That is  why Mr. Burrell has got a reputation  as an orator, in cities of the east and  down in the club centres of the United  States; not because he has grown any  flowers of rhetoric, but because always  he had somewhat to say in the shape  of a real message on Y the - labor question, and because he is at heart a cultured English gentleman who for a  good many years was accustomed to  stand before audiences and '��� speaK his  mind about fruit.        >.-.  Mr. Burrell  was born j in  PHOENIX WINS FIRST  MONEY AT FOOTBALL  At Dominion Day Celebration  in Greenwood  The Phoenix football team captured  first   money   at  the  Greenwood   Do-1 in Merritt within  twelve  months, ac-  miriion   Day   celebration  against   the | cording to  the   News.    It  is  understood on the best of authority that the  GREAT NORTHERN  RUSHING V. V. & EL  Railway   Activity   Through  Nichola Valley    ,  Jim Hill and the V. V. & E. will be  crack football aggregation from Mother  Lode mine. It was a splendid game  from start to finish and the score of  three to one about indicated the relative strength of the two teams. The  purse won . by Phoenix amounted to  $40 Following was the Phoenix lineup': Goal, R. Pritchard; backs, S.  Brown and F. Kelley; half backs, G.  Halley, A. Kavin, Mike Pierce (captain) ; forwards, A. Pierce, H. Manning,  B. Pearson, J. Birkett and VV. Freeman.  The other leading excitement of the  day in Greenwood was a baseball tournament between teams representing the  three cities in the Boundary, Grand  Forks getting away with the principal  purse. There were two games nnd  both were of a high order. Inthe first  match Greenwood defeated Phoenix by  a score of three to seven runs, and in  the second game Grand Forks beat  Greenwood five goals to nine, two extra  innings being required to decide. this  event, the score having been a tie with  five runs for each side.  Copious showers fell frequently dur  ing the afternoon, but the day as a  whole passed off very successfully.  railway'magnate has'made tip his! mind  to get in touch with the coal fields of  Nichola' and run a spur'from the  junctional point at the head bl the  Coldwater. .������_..,., J  Over, two thousand men are now -at  work in the vicinity of Tulameen pushing construction of the road across the  Hope mountains: 'They are''making  splendid progress and the V. V. &. E.  will be in operation into Vancouver  before many months have passed.  The mainline,-.passes only a few  miles from Merritt and it is announced  that the big railway king has had his  eyes on the Nicola coal for some time.  If his plans are successful;he will be  the first to get a line,down the Cold-  water, though it is stated by those who  know that the Coldwater section of  the Kettle Valley railway will be running inside the year.  Construction crews as well as outfils  tor the Kettle Valley are now on their  way to Meiritt and work will be rushed  to a finish. The.line will go over, ihe  Hope mountains. A union depot for  the C.P.R. and Kettle Valley will  likely be built at Merritt.  Pretested With Jewel  The regular semi annual installation  of officers of Phoenix Rebekah lodge,  l.O.O. F.   took place , on Wednesday,  with .Mrs. W. A. Pickard as installing  officer.   ..Following are the new officers:  Noble grand, Mrs. J. .Pipe;. vice-grand,  Mrs. O. D. Bush; recording, secretary.  Miss M. A. McKenzie; treasurer, Mrs!  C.   L.   Johnson;, financial  secretary,  Mrs. J. Marshall; warden, MissT. Lo  England;jseke; conductor,  Mrs.. G. .McDonald;  0. 8. Sain Visits Pentad Caul  O. B. Smith, superintendent-bf~ the  Granby mines, returned Saturday from  a__trip__of inspection���to__ltae_JHidden  Creek copper mine at Goose Bay, Observatory Inlet, Portland Canal'district.  He was accompanied by M. K. Rogers  of Seattle, who owns a quarter .interest  in the property and  who was one   oi  the leading spirits in developing the  famous Nickel Plate mine at  Hedley.  Map of Interior  The provincial bureau of information at Victoria has issued a map of  the northern interior of the province,  showing all the reservations made by  the government during the past "year.  The proposed route of the G.T.P. from  Tete Jaune Cache-to iPrfnce Rupert is  also shown. -  Alberta Elections  Premier Arthur Sifton of Alberta,  has been returned for Vermillion by a  large majority over his opponent, Mr-  Clarke. At Medicine Hat, Attorney-  General Mitchell defeated Walter  Huckvale, and A. J. McLean, provincial secretary of the Sifton ministry has  been returned by acclamation.  CHRISTENA   LAKE���AN   IDEAL  SUMMER   RESORT  the Niagara peninsula. In 1886 he  settled in St. Catharines as a fruit  raiser. There he had charge of the  Ontario government experimental station and began his career as a lecturer  on fruit topics���which was a very good  way to cultivate lucidity of speech and  a convincing style of argument. In  1909 he went to the Kettle valley,  where he established the Riverdale  nursery, since sold to a local company-  there.  Mr. Burrell's first public office was  as mayor of Grand Forks and his winning of this position was one that  marked him for future honors. The  town had always run "open" in western  mining style; roulette tables and joints  of all descriptions were allowed to  operate openly Sunday and Monday,  day and night. Mr. Burrell opened  his campaign as definitely opposed to  these conditions. He was met by the  influence he differed with and their  man was put into the field. Few  knowing Grand Forks expected to see  him win, but he did, in the most stirring campaign the city ever saw. The  "lid was put on" and has remained on  ever since with different prominent  citizens taking turns at sitting on it to  keep it down. No roulette tables, no  red-light district; no saloons have been  known in Grand Forks since and seven  well kept licensed hotels replace the  twenty-five saloons and joints that once  ruled the place. In 1904 he was  chosen to contest Vale-Cariboo,  Since taking his seat in the house  he has gained golden opinions, both as  a parliamentary debator and a leader  amongst his party. He has made no  enemies, in the house or out, and has  frequently taken the floor at times of  tension, and his speeches, though uncompromising in principle, have had  noticeable effect in pacifying the most  bitter elements in the party warfare.  Friends point to Martin Burrell as one  likely to hold high position when his  party gains power and one who through  experience as well as ability is well  fitted to represent his province and his  country in any capacity for which he  may be chosen.���Canadian Courier,  Toronto.    An unfortunate feature of the baseball game Thursday evening is that G.  H. Corbet has been temporarily disabled through the tearing of legaments  in his right arm.  dian, C. Wootton.  Following the installation cere^  monies, Mrs. M. McLeod, who had  been noble grand during the. past six  months, was called forward and, made  the recipient of a handsome past grand's  jewel as a mark of appreciation of her  services, after which all present adjourned to the banquet hall, where . ai  splendid luncheon had been prepared  by the ladies.  Ready Sale lor Oraad Porks fruit  Eugene Herrick, a fruit rancher of  Grand Forks, was in the city last week  in the interests of the Grand Forks  Fruit Growers' association. He was  given a good reception by the merchants of Phoenix and Greenwood and  booked large orders for fruit. He  estimates that the shipments for the  two Boundary cities will amount to  eleven or twelve cars for summer and  fall delivery.  a good producer.  Mr. Smith did not become particularly enthusiastic over the reported  strikes at Stewart. He looks for some  good mines in the district, but the reports have been grossly exaggerated  and the. strikes have been largely newspaper dope. Very little real development work has yet been done on any  of the properties.  New Provlaclal Park  Hon. Price Ellison, minister of lands  and works, and a party of 16 left Victoria Thursday on the Queen City  bound for the Butler Lake district to  collect data regarding the locality of  the projected provincial park.  Where Did the Mosey Come Irea!  The editor of the Abbotsford Post  offers to subscribe $10 towards holding  a fair in his town. He does not tell  where he obtained so much money.���  Ledge.  F��'5Hra_n!SE5H5a5E_raS__raSH_raSHSE52_^  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.     July' ' PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOES.X, |.e.  '>'���.  for Mint Sore and Sweating feel  In Summer the feet ache, perspire and feel damp and uncomfortable.    Cool shoes and thin stockings help  some, but not enough  If Yon Want Real Foot Comfort Use Eas'em  Dust a little Eas'em in the shoes, sprinkle some on the stockings.    It absorbs moisture and checks pespiration  to a large extent.    Then the feet are comfortable, do not swell, do not ache.  Its fine when breaking in new shoes summer or winter, makes '  them slip on easily, overcomes friction at-the oinching  places, prevents formation of corns and blisters.  SPRINKLE TOP CANNISTERS, 25 Cents.  LOVE'* DRUG STORE  PRESCRIPTIONS   CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.  UPPER TOWN        >        PHOENIX, B. C.  1  B. C. MINING  The Phoenix Pioneer  KoA Bomdary Mining Journal.  m  jaaoao on _ato*d_.y_ ��t *������  _��T nonm, >. c.  Toltphoaa. jg|i��mi'��ro_M��_c��,  Ho. is.  ���� imm ^*w.  Car T����f.....  ���isKoaUu,  totfoOi  ..$*.-  Tho 6rstt��*t of Nurtss  So feeble is the health of Miss Florence Nightingale, says a London  writer, that she has not been informed  of the death of King Edward, for fear  the shock should 'prove fatal. To  keep her in ignorance is not difficult,  since she no longer reads newspapers,  and none outside of an immediate  ��� j circle  of friends  meets  her.    It was  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO* thought that  a year  or  so ago, when  the freedom of the city of London was  conferred   upon   her, ' that   the   last  honors had been paid her in life.  That  she would reach her  ninety first birthday, and receive the congratulations of  the King was not expected.  The story is told that on one occa-  _.��s {sion a few years after the close of the  ��-s�� j Crimean War, a number of survivors  j met   at dinner to  "weep  o'er   their  wounds" and  discuss  the events and  personalities of the struggle.   The host  suggested that each should write on a  slip of paper the name' of the  person  whose  services  in the  war would be  longest remembered.  When examined,  every slip bore the name of Florence  Nightingale. ,  " Florence Nightingale was born in  the Italian city from which she takes  her Christian name, on May 12! 1820  Her father was a man of ancient family  and fortune, who, having no sons took  a particular delight in giving a classical  education to his two daughters, Frances  T. ALFRED LOVE. M��ma��km.  Saturday, July'9, 1910  Of all the marvellous achievements  'cf the'put'half century'that which has  ' been accomplished in the navigation  of airships easily ranks first,' as yet, in  point of usefulness, but first' in the  point of overcoming what had for  centuries seemed insuperable obstacles  The steam railway, tbe telephone, elec  trical appliances, of various  kinds    all  these and numerous inventions are not  to be compared for a moment with the  - airship, as the latter at present exists,  in so far as adding to the comforts and  conveniences of life are concerned.  But in its appeal to tbe imagination, in  its promise of what may come, the airship is undoubtedly entitled to the  premier position.  The general elections in Manitoba  take place " next Monday.' A bitter  contest is being waged by both po-  ' litical parties. Premier Roblin and  other members of bis government have  allowed, scandalous grafting charges  against them to go uninvestigated and  it will notfbe surprising if tbe electors  of the prairie province, decide for a  -change at the polls on tbe nth inst.  "Within the next 25 years every  woman will1 vote, or have the right to  vote, and within the same period 25 or  -50 per cent, of all the women will  smofce," said J. S. Willison in an ad  dress at the annual meeting of the  Women's Press Club meeting at Tor-  tHrto"the~othfer day." -    -    - ���  The wisdom of the Laurier government has been no~ better exemplified  than in their rejection of the Dread  naught contribution cry. The latest  expert naval advice is that the Dreadnought craze is already at its height  and tbe day of big battle ships is neaping its close.  At the Dominion Day banquet at  London, Eng., Hon. W. S. Fielding,  Canadian finance minister, said there  was no sentiment in Canada for annexation to the United States, as had been  stated by Admiral Douglas at Mont  real.  [Bad.,  Asaya-Nesurail"*  THE    NEW   REMEDY   FOR  Nervous Exhai&tkm ���  Since the tissues receive their tone  from the nerve centres, lustrous  eyes, a dear complexion and symmetrical figure can onlybepreserv-  ed by maintaining full nerve vigor.    When the mirror warns,  "Asaya-Nburam," is required.  It feeds the nerves, induces sleep,  quickens the appetite, aids digestion, and. restores the sparkling  radijince^of full serve vitality.  '$! ifr pel. bottle.    I,ocal agent.  JOHN LOVE.  and Florence.' They travelled widely,  and before Florence was ever heard of  by the newspaper-reading public she  had ascended the Nile to its remotest  cataract. She took a keen interest in  nursing, and went to a famous nursing  hospital at Kaiserwerth, on the Rhine,  where she took a course of instruction.  With other Englishwomen she was  horrified by the story the London  Times one day printed about the terrible condition of the sick soldiers iri  the army hospital at Scutari, and it is*  a coincidence that as she sat at her  desk writing a letter to Sidney Herbert,  her friend, and the Minister of War,  volunteering to go to the front, he was  at his'desk writing' her to 'ask if she  would take charge of the' Scutari bos*  pital. With Mrs. Bracebridge and  thirty eight nurses, Miss Nightingale  set out for the front, and arrived on the  night before the wbunded from Inker-  man began to pour in. She made her  headquarters in the great barrack hospital, a building containing four miles  of corridors. These corridors were already crowded with the sick, the dead  and dying. All was chaos; stores of  food and medicines were lost or packed  under ammunition. Red tape delayed  the delivery of such as were at hand,  and the trail of the grafting contracto  spread over all. The death rate was  fifty per cent, of the wounded.  Miss Nightingale wrought a revolution in that terrible hospital, and established at Scutari, in one week the first  sanitary   hospital   in   the   world   for  wounded   soldiers.     The    lives   she  saved strengthened the  British  ranks  like the arrival of a fresh  army corps.  For twenty hours at a stretch  she was  known to remain at her post, and there  was no hour  of the  night  when she  might   not   have  been  seen  stealing  about the wards,.her little lamp in her  hand.    To accomplish her great work,  she sacrificed her own health, and she)  returned to England at the close of the  war an   invalid.    Since  then   she has  I lived in retirement, catching hardly a  ! glimpse of the public, that  has  nevtr  lost an opportunity  of heaping praise  'and   honor   upon   her���From    July  "Canadian Home Journal." j  A large deposit of asbestos, some 56  inches in width, has been uncovered  on Shuttle creek, near Okanagan Falls.  Professor Milnor Roberts, dean of  the School of Mines of Washington  State University, Seattle, is again visiting coal properties in Nicola Valley.  A dividend of two shillings per  .hare, payable July 8, has been declared by the directors of the Le Roi  No. a, Limited, which is operating  mines at Rossland.  John B. Hobson has resumed placer  mining for gold on his gravel claims  in the Quesnel Forks district. A pipe  line about 3000 feet in length orings  water on to the ground for hydraulicmg  A mining camp, the richness of  whose ore bodies promises it a future  second to none so far discovered and  developed in British Columbia',' is in  the making in the vicinity of Hazelton,  at ihe head of navigation on the  Skeena river.  Upon his return to Toronto after  his recent 'trip to British Columbia,  Mr. William Mackenzie said he expected four new mines would soon be  opened on the Dunsmuir coal property, and that within three years the output of the entire field would be about  2,000,000 tons a year.  The revival ol interest in mining in  the northern part of Fort Steele mining  division and in Windemere division, in  East Kootenay, is looked for as likely  to result from the building of the  Kootenay Central Railway, the construction of thirty miles of which is re  ported as to be undertaken shortly.  The Red Cliff Mining Company  plans to erect a smelter on American  Creek near the mine. A site has been  selected. The company is now having  surveys made in connection with the  development of a waterpower on Lyd-  den Creek capable of developing 4500  h.p.  The feature of the past week in mining circles is the growth attained by  the Sheep Creek camp, near - Salmo.  At the present time over four hundred  men are at work on the various properties. New strikes of free milling ore  are reported daily, and during the next  two months sensational developments  may reasonably be expected. 1  t Shipments ot zinc ore and  concen-l  trates vfa Kaslo _ during ~ May-' totalled  1264 tons. Of this 160 tons of ore  was from the Lucky Jim mine; this  was consigned to the Mineral Point  Zinc company, Depuc, Illinois. The  remainder was concentrates from the  Whitewater mill; this went to the  National Zinc company, Bartlesville,  Oklahoma, U.S.A.  The total amount of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal company's payroll for  the one recent month was nearly $177,-  000. Concerning the production of  coal, The Fernie Free Press says:  "The largest tonnage in the history of  the mines at Coal Creek is being mined  these days. On several days during  the last two weeks more than 3000  tons of coal have been taken out in  twenty four hours."  One of the biggest surface showings  ever uncovered in the Sheep creek  camp has come to light on the Devlin  Lode mineral claim, owned by George  P. Wells and John G Devlin, of Nelson, in the shape of a ledge 14 feet  wide, the samples of which give an  assay of $9.80 a ton. A pay-streak  two feet wide, in the vein, assays $103  in gold. The ledge is described as a  strong fissure vein.  What AfcontThai.Vacation?  If you .don't know where to go, how  to go, or what it will cost you, better  ask Busy Man's Travel Bureau���no  charge is made to readers of Busy  Man's for the service. We are in receipt of the July number of Busy  Man's, the big, bright Outing Number.  It is so full of good things that reading  it gives one the feeling of having enjoyed a vacation, and if you really are  to have a vacation you cannot afford  to miss the July number. The publishers are particularly anxious to have  more of our citizens know Busy Man's,  and offer to send a copy free to any  reader of this paper who is genuinely  interested in clean, wholesome recreation. A postal card with your name  and address and the name of this  paper, if addressed to Busy Man's, 111  University Ave., Toronto, will secure  you this copy. We know how good  Busy Man's is, and we would be glad  to have our citizens who fish, hint,  canoe or go on vacations take advantage of this liberal offer.  &WW..?T,fWW  I QUEEN'S HOTEL j  DRAYING  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Danny Deane, Manager  .This is the ..Largest .anil Newest Hotel iu the city, heated, by stearn,  and well furnished throughout for the accommodation of the public.  Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date.    Meals served at all hours.  BAR STOCKED  WITH CHOICEST LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Centrally Located Comer   Bridge and   Kttcb HlB Avenue  ^5  Of all'kiin.8  promptly  aiteudt-r'  to.    Rapid   Express and  Baggage  Transfer.   Careful attention to 1'.  orders. Phone AW-  JAHES Q. flcKEOWN  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life tad  Oeacral Ages.  Accldea Insurance.  STEAM   HEATED  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING  TELEPHONE   4��   and   2*  zmimimimmmimiimimimmmmuiiF:  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  KingEdward Lodge, No.3o  A. F.and.A. M.  Regular communication 8 p. in.     bet  >    ondThuraday ofeach month.  Bmereent meeting* aacalted:Ma_onl<  Half. McHalt Block.  htit Cestui  Nine thousand men will be required  to take the Dominion census of' next  year. The number of those employed  in the work will be very little more  than in 1901, the idea being to in  crease the areas assigned to each enumerator.       ''���_'' Y  NOTICE  COUBT OF REVISION  Notice is Hereby Given that the first,  sitting of the Annual Court of Revision  of the Municipality of the City of Phoenix for the year 1010, will be held at the  City Hall, Phoenix, B.C., on the 18th  day of July, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, for tho purpose of hearing and determining complaints against the assessments, as made by the assessor, and for  revising and correcting the Assessment  Roll for 1910.  H. HARTLEY,  Citv Clerk.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  this 13th day of June, 1910.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  MoNiiew's Barber shop  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  Wanted  A REPRESENTATIVE  FOR PHOENIX AND  DISTRICT.  j  The popularity of our stock' (grown on  limestone soil, making hardier and  longer lived trees than Coast grown  stock), is acknowledged by EX-  PERIESCED      B   C.       FRUIT  THE KING'S HOTEL  "The Pride of the Boundary."  PHOENIX, B. C.  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.    C' nmodious sample rooms.  The King's Grill  Short   Order   Meals   served   in   the   King's   GRILL   at all hours.  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager  3m*s*saamt  ���Q-Sa����_p  Phoenix  Greenwood Ol&������   LlMC  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.  '' " lower town, io.ooa.m  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m  .  Standard Time  3.00 p.  Prompt Attention- to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Okkiob,  With  McRai Bkoh., Knob Hill Atb.  GROWERS. .  The B. C. Government Inspector  has congratulated us on the fact that  our stock is cleaner and finer than  shipped in by any other concern.  We offer a permanent position to  the right man, with libeial inducements.  Stone & Wellington  FONTHILL NURSERIES  (Licensed by B.C. Government)  TORONTO  "-'''��    ONTARIO  K. S. FKA8KR  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  dNOWSHOR LODGE NO. ,6  Mecu every Holiday 'Evening at Mlaeta' Uai  Waiting brethren cordially invited.  T A.tovK, NobleGraud  ��� ����� W. A. PiCKAKD.Pin. Secy.  W. A. Cook, accord.   Secy.  AERIE  NO. IBS  afettaiuUniouHal  Friday evenlugn  Vlaiting    brother*  alwaya welcome  .��. Thorou. W. P.  Orrln D. Biuh,  W. Sec  K.ofP.L0D(,E,No.28   IMIOENlX, B.C.   MeelH every Tuesday  Evkbino at 7 30   :  SojuurNing Brolhera Cordially  Welcomed.  PKRKINS.c:. C.  . M. McCKACKKN  (. of >. a.  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  Household Laundry Work  Almost every  shingle  mill   on  the  coast has closed down.  HALF A DOZEN BOTTLES  Sseond Puce et Bis'ov  Bisley, Eng., July 2 ���The Empire  Challenge trophy match for teams representing different parts of the British  empire resulted in a victory for the  British team today. Its aggregate  score for six ranges was 2177 out of  2400. Canada was second with a  score of 2175, Australia third withl  2045, India 1973 and Singapore 1972.]  of our assorted liquors should  be in every household. We  sell only  PURE WINES AND LIQUORS  and our prices are so reasonable that every household can  afford a reasonable selection of  liquors in the closet for emergencies.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD, B.C.  COPPER  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 60 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarilv a better  book because of its greater bulk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital imporance 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 statistics have been carefully revised  and the balk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology.  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling,; Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brand*, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology.  Deposits by Districts. States, Countries  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Statistics of *7oduct_on, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededIv  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On popper.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  TERMS are the most liberal.' 8end  no money, but order the book sent to  yon, all carriage charges prepaid on on.,  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you? .-���'.  PRICE is $6 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine fall library1 morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  36,  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry   ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A io  Reco Laundry  Wtod Delivered on Short Notice.  Pfaoie B 32  Johnson &  Anderson  '�����   ^*V   J>��    <���������1~  Lumber and Wobd  Having purchased the stock of Lumber and Wood  of Mr. Murdock Mclntyre and transferred them to my  lumber yard in Phoenix, I am now ready to fill orders  for all kinds of Lumber, Cordwood or Slabwood.  Phone No. A 44, and all orders for Lumber or Wood  will receive prompt attention.  C. A. ROSS.PHoenix I  Shkudkn Bio._j.ing, Houghton  Mica., U.S.A.  ;:-M''ttrHJpfc*����:  fR;E.L1^Bt:L-i5.'  For  IMPURE BLOOD  SCROFULA  BOOS  PIMPLES  SALT RHEUM  TETTER  ECZEMA  ��*&��� .  MAL'S BLOOD  PURIFIER  Has No Epal  Purifies the Blood  . NVAL'S BLOOD PURIFIER means  pure blood. Try it and you will be convinced.  Boils, sores, pimples, skin diseases  and rough skin indicate impure thin blood.  Nyal's Blood Purifier purifies aud enriches  the blood, driving out the poisonous materials that produce such disagreeable sym-  toms. It is for the same class of diseases  as those treated at Hot Springs.  Get a bottle at our store; we recommend it because we know what is in it���  and every NYAL remedy is good. Price  $1.00.  1st, Pffcoeoix. B.C.  Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned' and endorsed "Tender it r  Steel Dredge fur British Columbia,"  will be received at this office until 4 00  p.ii., on Wednesday July 20, for the  construction of a Steel Bow-Well Twin  Screw  Barge Loading Dredge.  Plans, specifications and f fm of  contract can be seen and forms of (eider can be obtained at this department  at the offices of J L. Michaud, Esq.,  District Engineer, Merchants Bank  Building, St. James Street, Montrea';  J G. Sing, Esq, District Engineei,  Conferation Life Building, Toronto,  Ont., and G. A Keefer, Esq.. District  Engineer, New Westminster, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures,  stating their occupations and places of  residence. Jn the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of residence of each  member of the firm must be given.  Tenderers must specify time of delivery of dredge at Vancouver, B.C.,  free ol all risks and charges.  Each tend .r must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the Honourable ihe  Minuter of Public Works, for twenty-  five thousand dollars ($*5i��oo.oo),  which will be forfeited if the person  tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or fail  10 complete the w..rk contracted for.  If the tender be not accepted the  cheque will b" returned.  The department does not  bind it-  sell to accept the lowest or any tender,  Napoleon Tessier,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa. May 31, 1910.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert  it  without  authority from the department.  y  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home tor etuoi-  .nte of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior stml-  nts, doinic grade public school work  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers'examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and giveB  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can tako students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  lat affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Bev. W  L 8ipperell,B.A.,B.D.,Prinoi.  lyaltor Bev. J. P. BowaO. Bniear  _  It I 4  0*ntr*ix. pfoNEEK. PHOWI*. M-  7fo Man is Stronger  Than His Stomach  A stroef nan is itronf all over. No man can be  ���trootf who is suffering from weak stomach with iu  ' consequent indigestion, or from some other disease  of the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach  is weak or diseased there is a loos of the nutrition  contained in food, which is the source of all physioal  strength. When a man "doesn't feel just right,"  when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable  feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond-  ant, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength.  Such a man should! use  Or.  Pierce'm   Golden Medical  Discovery.  It enrea diseases ot tbe etommch and other  mFfana ot dljestloa and nutrition,  tt enriches tbe blood,  tnvlgoratea the llrer, strengthens tbe kidneys, nourishes  tho nerves, and ao GIVES HE3U.TH XND STRENGTH TO  THE WHOLE BODY.  Yaw can't afford to aocept a sicrtt nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine or known cowrosmoN, not even though the urgent dealer  *   -*~- wake a little bigger profit. ' Ingredient* printed ou wrapper.  D. J. Matheson  .IDBUTV    BONUS.  insurance H<jent  F1RB.      LIFE  AN#<  ACCIDENT.  PLATS    OLA88  COMMWilOMna    POB    TAKING    ASFIUAVIVS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  . -  iY.*J  The  "Built for Comfort"  A modern, high class train through to Chicago, affording  unusually good service. In addition to Day# Coaches,  Standard Sleeping Car and Dining Cars this train carries a  Compartment-Observation Car  containing four private'state rooms and large observation  parlor, furnished with easy chairs and the latest magazines.  Meals in Dining Car on popular "Great Northern" pay-only-  for-what-you-order plan.  Electric lighted, vacuum cleaned.news bulletins and telephones.  THROUGH CHICAGO TRAIN  Two other electric lighted daily trains. The Southeast Express  toYKansas City and St. Louis.*'The Fast Mail to St. Paul,  Minneapolis, Duluth and Superior.. .  W. X. Perkins,  Agent.  RAIUWAV  Phoenix, B. C  CHRISTINA LAKE HOTEL  ON  BEAUTIFUL  CHRISTINA   LAKE  OI.B   JOHNSON,  1>moi'mikto��  The Best of Fishing, Boating and Bathing.    Steam Launch  meets parties at foot of lake from Cascade.  Ftfeteen Mimrtes Walk from Fife Station  Picnic and Week-End Parties Specially Catered  CAMPERS INVITED  Mr. Businessman  Are You Very  Much Alive?  To the fact that Printers' Ink is an  essential to the building- up of a successful business. If you wish to stand  iu the front rank of commercialism,  you must advertise ��� not once or  twice, but continuously. Therefore,  must be your watchword. The guide  of the thrifty housewife is the newspaper, every column of which she scans  to find out the price and particulars of  any article she requires; the same  applies to the man who wants either a  suit of clothes or a pair of boots, etc.  We can act as YOUR AGENT in  this respect. The ONE and ONLY  ADVERTISING MEDIUM for the  Boundary is  Th? Pho?nix Pioneer  $2.00 Pir Year     y  -     '" AJvancc  PROVINCIAL.  A hospital will be erected at Quesnel.  A telephone exchange is being installed at Merritt.  The cherry crop in the Kaslo district  will not be as heavy as anticipated.  According to Henderson's new directory Vancouver has a population of  110,000. .  Work on the Canadian Northern  railway construction has started at  Port Mann.  Vancouver Curling Club is considering the possibility of installing an artificial ice rink.  E. J. Paisley, a brakeman  at  Cran-  brook, fell sixty feet in a railway acci  dent and escaped injuries.  Oscar Koske is in Nelson jail for  two months as a result of having been  stealing booze and cigars at Moyie.  Armstrong has decided to break  away from the district municipality and  incotporate as an independent city.  Chris. Dingsdale, 23 years of age,  employed as a motorman at the Coal  Creek mine, was killed at the mine on  Monday.  VV. L. Parish, formerly a prominent  grain broker at Winnipeg, is heading a  company to prospect Princeton coal  measures.  The provincial fruit inspector estimates that 1000 carloads of fruit will  be shipped out of British Columbia  this season.  The city authorities at Fernie in conjunction with the provincial government are erecting an $8000 hospital  overlooking the-town.  Great preparations are being made  for the annual celebration of the provincial Orangemen, which takes place  this year at Kamloops.  The case of Frewen vs. Charles M.  Hays, et al, an action involving the  sale of* Prince Rupert lots, was dismissed by Chief Justice Hunter.  Arrangements have been made for  the annual convention of the Western  Canada . Irrigation association to be  held in Kamloops on Aug. 3, 4 and 5.  There is a youth in Vancouver of  14 years who has only attended school  34 days. Action has been taken  against his parents under the school  act.  The proprietors cf the weekly newspapers "published" at Hazettcn, Fort  George and Quesnel are at present  clearing on land advertising upwards  of $*,5oo per month each.  The summit of Mount Baker, 11,000  feet above sea level, and easily visible  from Vancouver on clear days, was  last Saturday ntght reached by a party  of Vancouver mountain climbers.  The Grand Tiunk Pacific railway  have secured the Indian reservation at  Fort George for yard and townsite  purposes. The townsite will be put  on the market next year and will contain the future city of Fort George.  Work has commenced upon the  construction of a new post office building in Vernon, which will also embrace inland revenue, customs and  Indian department offices. The completed structure will cost approximately  $50,000.  Another important transfer in the  Sheep Creek gold camp took place  last week, when William daffy of Salmo  gave a lease and bond on the Eureka  group to Messrs. Hymann, Van Hout-  en and their associates of Vancouver.  The sum involved is $55,000, of which  10 per cent, has been paid.  The Dominion superintendent of  forestry, R. H. Campbell, is paying an  official visit to the interior of the province. The Dominion government has  now in the field in the railway belt a  number of parties engaged in the  classification of lands. When the reports of these parties are rendered the  greater proportion of the valley lands  in this belt will be properly classified.  A large area of the railway belt is suitable for cultivation, some of it beinR  today fit for the plow.  FMtleUn Dl.lilonti Point  Penticton is to become the principal  division point of the Kettle Valley  railroad, according to an 'announce  ment at Penticton, at a special meeting  of the municipal council, by James J.  Warren, the president of the company.  Mri Warren met the town council and  stated that he was ready to put in a  gang of men on construction work in  Penticton as soon as he could make arrangements for lake shore frontage and  right-ofway.  Mr. Warren's proposal is thought to  be a very liberal one. He asks for a  deed to about 1100 feet oflake shore  for the depot. He will purchase the  right-of-way through town and also the  necessary ground for a round house  and yard. A wharf will be built 900  feet in length at a cost of $50,000.  Mr. Warren stated that the Penticton  pay-roll   would   probably   amount   to  $60,000.   Me.htrson'a Praytr  Guid Lord,  ye'll   hear  our   prayer,  I ken,  And send us fair, dry weather,  While my ain brither Neil and me  Are making hay together.  And, Lord, when a' our hay is hame,  (Thanks be we hae a power)  To start the after grass alang,  Send doon a good warm shower.  Ye'll hae a lot of prayers, na doot,  O' ain kind an' the ither,  Frae the long legged Matthisons,  And Ross o' Murray river.  Gte to them na attention, Lord,  They be carnal-minded shavers,  An' make ye muckle trouble, aye,  By askin .'many favors.  S ma'trifles be na for yir ear,  Yir work is o'er great  To listen to the Mathisons  An' a' sich blitherers prate.  But me an' brither Neil, ye ken,  Hae reverence an' fear,  An' come na to yir courts, O Lord,  Scarce mair than aince a year.  An' while yiriookin' down on us,  Twa sons o' toil an' evil,  Scourge well-the city boarders, Lord,  The potato bugs and weevil.  But save us frae the maladies  Thou sendest on the rich,  Sic heathen ill as grip and gout���  We dinna mind the itch.���Anon.  The Ctmpitg* Against the Koin.-Fly  . The chief specialties of the fly are  now known to be the transmission of  intestinal diseases, typhoid fever,  cholera and diarrhea. It has also  been pointed out in recent studies by  the local government board of London  that he may very possibly carry tuberculosis, anthrax, diphtheria, ophthalmia, smallpox, staphylococcus infection,  swine fever, tropical sore, and the eggs  of parasitic worms.  Hence the vigorous campaign now  being carried on against the house-fly  by civic associations and health boards  throughout the country. In many  cities placards have been posted warning the people in terse text and graphic  pictures of the dangers from flies, and  giving rules for protection against them;  lectures on the subject are also, beinu  widely given, and even that new popu  lar fad, the moving picture show, has  been brought into service to educate  the public to the dangers of the musca  domestica, as the housefly is scientifically termed, or, as Dr. L. O. Howard  has aptly named it, the "typhoid fly."  Over 98 per cent, of the flies thai visit  our homes and surroundings belong to  this dangerous species.���American Review of Reviews for July.  "EveryOne  Thought  I Had  Consumption^  Pe-ru-na  Saved Me."  "J THANK    ,  DR. HARTMAN  FOR PE-RU-NA."  Portland Cinal Stampede  According to the latest reports from  Stewart, further finds of ore have.been  made in the district. Every day a  string of packhorses leaves the town  for the mines. Great difficulty is being  experienced by packers beyond the  forks where the trail is in spots almost  impassable and horses are frequently  mired.  In connection with the big free gold  strike, the majority of the prospectors  who made the trip returned disappointed inasmuch as practically the  entire country, to the glacier had been  staked before their arrival. At present  there are several mining men on the  ground making a more extended and  thorough examination of this ore zone.  Canadian Shlpa  In the conditions of the tenders for  the construction of ships for Canada's  navy it has been definitely decided  that one of the requirements shall be  that they be built in Canada.  "I hardly know how to thank you for the good Peruna haa done me.  "It offered Are year* with pain in th* stomach. About a year ago it became  M bad I could hardly bear it. I coughed day and night and grew weaker and  weaker. The pain extended through my body: and I also had difficulty i*  breathing, which made me cough.   Everyone thought I had consumption.  "My husband heard of Peruna and bought five bottles. This treatment virtually cured ma and now I recommend Peruna to every one who is suffering.  "I thank Dr. Hartman for this excellent remedy."   .  Bto. Julie de Yercheres, P. Q��� Canada. ,   V ���Mrs. Mois ParitMo.  A NEGLECTED cold is generally the .  first cause of catarrh. |  Women are especially liable to colds.  These colds occur more frequently during the wet, sloppy weather of winter  and spring than any other time of the '  year. Often they  WOMEN SHOULD  BEWARE OF  CATCHING   COLD.  are not considered serious and  are allowed to  ran on, or they  are treated in such, a way as to only  palliate the symptoms, while the cold  becomes more deep-seated and the  patient finally awakens to the fact that,  she has a well-developed, case of catarrh.".  By reason of their delicate structure,  tbe lungs are frequently the seat of a  cold, especially if there is the slightest  weakness of these organs. The treatment  of catarrh of the lungs is also more difficult and discouraging than catarrh ot  any other organ of the body.  It would be wise'therefore, to guard  against it by every precaution potalbU.  Peruna has been found the most reliable of all remedies for coughs, colds  and catarrh, by reason of the fact that  it goes at once.to the very seat of tbe  trouble.  It searches out every crevice, every  duct of the body. It quickens and equalizes the circulation of the blood,  thus relieving the  congested mucous1,  membranes. It exercises  a  healing  PE-RU-NA  THE REMEDY  FOR CATARRH  OF THE LUNCS.  and soothing effect upon the mucous  membranes, no matter whether they  are the more exposed membranes of the  head and throat,or whether they llM  the remotest cells of the lungs.  Mrs. Jaschob, 1631 Hicks St.,, Tolsd%  Ohio, writes:  "When I wrote 10 yon for advice, \  had been sick for three years. I had  trouble witn my throat. Of ten I could  "not breathe throtiirh my nose. I alto  had pains in my client and ft cough. I  took. Peruna According to direotioaa  it haa cured me."  Sidtlry far Drjdeek  Ottawa, June 29���At a cabinet meeting an order-in-council was passed  granting a subsidy of $}4% on an investment of $1,500,006 for a drydock  capable of handling vessels up to 15,-  000 tons, to be situated at Roche  point, Vancouver.  June Capper Sclei  N.Y.���It is estimated that sales of  copper in June aggregate about 100,-  000,000 pounds, nearly all of which  was sold on basis of 12^ cents a  pound.  Expert watch   repairing  at   Black's  jewelry store;  satisfaction   guaranteed.  amBuk  b the best* remedy  known for ���tmbnrn,  beat* rashes, eczema,  sore feet*, stings and  Misters.   A skin food!  Ml UnwMi ami Amt-Je*.  \W/  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1989 ORE RECORD  Shipments and Smelter Receipts Par Year to  Date.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1910 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YKAR.  Boundary 27,040     884,859  Rosslknd    6,003      *33,l4&  East Columbia River 6,313      164,859  Total 39i356  1,181,866  SMELTER    RECEIPTS   Granby  21,024     630,236  B.C. Copper Co...   4,448     166,101  Trail      8,972     250,235  Total.  .   34,444 r,046,57*  Bran waste is one great  difference between  good and poor flours.  The food part of flour is "protein."  Protein  makes bone,  muscle  and  brain.���There is no protein in bran.  ���bran is the outside part, the husk  or "bark" of the wheat  ���bran is the part of the wheat which  is absolutely without food-value to  the human system.  ���bran represents part of the difference between Royal Household Flour  and whole-wheat flour or cheap, inferior flours that are poorly milled  and not thoroughly purified.  No other flour in this country is so jjl  thoroughly and completely separated  from the waste as is "Royal Household," because no other mills are so  well equipped or exclusively devoted  to the production of scientifically pure  flour as Royal Household mills.  Otfilvie's Royal Household Flous*.  BrigKten Yo\ir Home  Now is the time to take a look round your house and see  what is required in the line of  Furniture  Nothing brightens and contributes to the happiness and  comfort of a home as a few wisely selected pieces of New  Furniture. We have a splendid range and can quote you  prices equal to those of Toronto, plus freight.  C.   F.   EDWARDS   old magmas  A. VENUE  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic and judicious care of money  By making frequent deposits in the Interest Department  By carrying an account in the Business Department  and paying for everything by check.  THIS PLAN  Curbs wasteful expenditure  Keeps an accurate tab upon outlay  Eases business transactions  Advances business prosperity  Always helps business men  BEGIN TODAY NOT TOMORROW OR LATER.   ASK HOW NOW  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Savings Bank Department at All Offices.,  87 Branches Throughout Canada 87  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL   OVER   THE   WORLD  THB  Pl.VBST   QCA.L.ITV   IN  MILK and CREAM  A. T  the  l�� ._ > <J K  9THICTLY    rSESU    EQQ3  w.   <t v v v wi.  t��.iv.t����iKr<_a  Bargain Sale  HAND-MADE   SHOES  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 ...... ������.,._...  PHf.Er.JX PIONEE^ ,erJQErllXu 1.8.  I!   -  m  Are You Looking  for something suitable for a present, if so, we  can help you; be it Wedding, Birthday, or  otherwise," we have something suitable m  stock and will be pleased to show them at any  time.  Beautiful Cut Glass, Bowls,  Nappies, etc., Depos' Art  Vases, Up-to-Date Jewelry,  New Hand Bags, Silver and  Silver-Plated Articles.  All of which must be seen to be Appreciated.  ��� Calls of Inspection Invited.  E. A. Black, the jeweler^  In arid Around Phoenix  BRIEF  TOPICS   Ot  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL ;  ���*��� INTEREST   TO  PHOENICIANS.  COSMOPOLITAN  r���GROCERY  We will have in on Monday a shipment  of ROBIN HOOD FLOUR  And We Want Your Business.  ,'PHONE YOUR ORDER  :'  '   ' ���NO. 12.  J. O. ELLIS  TRY A GLASS! POPULAR BEER  Jft' foams with creamy richness arid,,  . sparkles delightfully.   A Btimulant  *'-forv> the tired,   weak,  and  weary.5  - "���" Every - household' should 'Have a  ,"��-supply of-it' regularly all the time.';  Recuperate, invigorate and atreng- i  then  your  constitution  with our  ��� wholesome   heer. _ No   danger  ol  Typhoid Fever and'other diseases  if you drink Phoenix Beer  as it is  thoroughly Bterilized.  PHOENIX BREWING yCO., LTD.  NO.   23  Fresh Provisions  We have weekly shipments"of HAMS,   BACON,  LARD,"BUTTER,  i,J>��-EGGS,,CH.EESE, Btc.,- so ��� that our stock^is freshrariVFour'priceg1  well in line. .. _ . .*_.,.,.--   ���.���..  Hams, 25c.; .Bacon, 27c; Lard,, Slb.,..$.U5; Butter,  Creamery, 35c.; Dairy Butter, 30c; Butter, Cooking,  25c:; .Choice "Fresh Eggs, 35c. ~S ������/ '   V \ v O: 1  If you have not tried us in these lines, give us a call.  P.BURNS & Co.,L,d Phoenix,&C,  PHONE   NO.   8   '    '        ' "1     ;" " >   ���    I  FRESH    MILK  .' .  That pronounced presence of Rich Cream ie   found only '  -   -      ' in Purest Milk.   That is the kind  we  Bell. 'We invite  you to become a judge by giving us a trial.   Phone Orders  ,        to E. 32, and same will be promptly attendee! tto and de- '  livered daily.  W. A. McKAY & SONS  to.  I  i ��� i  . -   tl       ���  * I  Tjf>e< Piohesr ForFii���� Commercial Printing  and Poster Vfofk.  Phone i a, the Cosmopolitan grocery.  D. A. Grant left oh Monday for  Vancouver.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  W. D. Parker came in Tuesday  evening from Chewelah, Wash.  The Queen's hotel has recently been  equipped with fire escapes  Ernest Bunting of Greenwood is now  manager of a store at Stewart,  For rent, furnished house near C.  P.R. depot; apply to J. Mcintosh.  Barrister Cochrane of Grand Forks  was in the city on Thursday.  Mrs. R. Silverthorn and Mrs. T.  Richards visited friends in Grand Forks  on Wednesday.  The memorial services of the Knights  of Pythias have been postponed to  Sunday evening, July 17th.  Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pickard and the  Misses Pickard drove to Grand Forks  on Sunday.      ���  To rent, house on Ironsides avenue;  convenient to mines; apply lo C. A.  Ross.  Fresh milk daily from the Phoenix  Dairy for sale at Ellis' confectionery  store.  Brighten your rooms with wall paper  now selling at reduced prices at A.  Almstrom's.  Wernei's complete orchestra furnished music at the Christena Lake pavilion on July 4th,  Born���At Republic, Wash., on Fri  day, June 24th, to Mr. and Mrs, E. J.  Vergin, a girl.  Dr. Traynor, who recently lett Phoenix for the northern part of the province  is now is in charge"of a hospital ft  Kitsela..  Mike Miller had a foot badly crushed  by a fall of rock in the Mother Lode  mine recently and will, be confined to  the hospital for some time.  Robert Lindsay has returned to  Greenwood from Fort George and is  not over-enthusiastic about  the   new  country to the north...    I^FranfatyHm. the genial assistant-to  Mr'(1Puddy, will-'goto Mother Lode  shortly, to take charge of ..the ��� barber  shop there. -       '        ���  The Greenwood Rifle association has  reorganized.    VV."   G.    McMynn    was  elected captain, E. Hibbert- first   lieu  tenant, and R. A. Chester,  secretary-  treasurer. ;  '      t- ���,',  .For sale, the property known'' as the  Biner block; centre upper town, best  income property in city and adaptable  for any kind of business; cheap. Inquire on premises.  House for sale, on Old Ironsides  avenue; living room all furnished; good  spring and stable in connection; will  be sold cheap. Apply to Mrs. P. G.  Tinnetti. .. , -       ..'''  'Mrs. Atkinson andchildren of Ross  Unfa,-who had been the guests of Mrs.  g/'C. McNichol, returned home on  Thursday.  Cjfn account of the absence of Rev  W. Hibbert, Mr. Drew will be in  charge of .the services in the Methodist  church tomorrow ^ evening, subject,  "Christ, the True- Vine." There will  be a special song service, in which  Welsh singers will sing in their native  tongue.  , J. Lang recently sold some "property  on the New;York townsite to William  Wielieard. Trouble arose between the  two men and; 'Lang, ,was taking -.satisfaction out of a . shack he sold to  Wielieard when Provincial Constable T.  H. Bray appeared on the scene. Lang  was charged with trespassing and damaging property,before Magistrate Hood  on .Thursday, and contributed $21.50  tojthe cap.t.    '   .    '       '  /Jack Feafc, one of the furnace men  at the Granby smelter, had a thrilling  experience on Thursday of last week,  when he was hit. 4iy a charge car and  forced into the blue flames and sulphuric fumes of one of the furnaces,  but miraculously escaped from the  jaws of death. Feak was working in  front of the furnace, when one of the  electric charge cars was coming with a  load of coke. He signalled the motor-  man to stop,.but the latter was replacing the trolley on the wire and did not  see the signal and in an instant Feak  was carried! .into the furnace. The  motor was quickly reversed, the blast  was shut off the furnace and the un  fortunate pulled out. With the excep  tion of burns on his hands, Feak suffered no bodily, injuries, having refrained from breathing, while in the  furnes. His nervous systjgtn was badly,  unstrung, however, gfi a result of bis  temple cKpttriMBre.  r  R'.  Ed. Walker came in yesterday from  the Similkameen.  D. J. Rose and John Lynn are in  town from Hedley.  Ex-Mayor Bunting of Greenwood is  leaving that city for the coast.  John Sullivan is on a trip to his  former home at Bathurst, N.B.  C.J. McAstocker spent a few days  of this week at Christena Lake. ���  The���} Eagles Have challenged the  champion K.P.'s for a baseball match.  Miss Tupper and Miss Murray of  the local school staff left on Monday  for their homes in Vancouver.  Miss Nellie Webster left Tuesday  for Christena Lake,' where she will  spend several weeks at her home.  Miss Bessie Heidman went to Spokane on Wednesday on a visit of several weeks to friends there.  Mrs. Wairren Mitchell went to Curlew on Thursday to spend a couple of  weeks with friends.  Mr. and 'Mrs. G. L. McNicol returned Monday from spending a fori*  night at Christena Lake.  Miss Nellie Newton of Spokane is  the guest of her aunt, Mrs. D. J. McDonald. <  The Union Jack fluttered from the  new flag staff on the Brooklyn hotel  for the first time on Dominion Day.  Mr. and Mrs. Tinnetti and Natlin  came from Spoksne Thursday after a  week's visit there.  A. Almstrom, district deputy grand  master, will install the newly elected  officers of Phoenix lodge, Knights of  Pythias.  J. Scholes got the decision over Kid  Lewis in the 13th round at the fistic  contest in the opera house on the  evening of July ibt. Scotty Lackie  and J. Collins gave an- excellent six-  round exhibition of fast work.  Jack Johnson decided the sporting  event of the continent on Monday,  when he landed Jeffries in the 15th  round at Reno. The reports were re  ceived at the Hotel Brooklyn and  when the final round was reported a  crest fallen bunch ol local fight fans  meandered sadly homeward.  The Phoenix,, Football club has been  reorganized with the following officers;  Honorary president, D. J. Matheson;  president, Danny Deane; secietary, C.  Davidson; treasurer, J. Mador; executive, J. Church, R. Forshaw, W. X,  McDonald, VV. Whitehead; selecting  committee, F. Wilkinson, C. Davidson, J. Gleason.  William Henderson of Vancouver,  government architect, was in Grand  Forks' last week in connection with'the  building of the new $40,000 postoffice  there, which will be commenced as  soon as.the'plans are ready. The new  building will 60 x 80 ieet, two stories,  aad similar to tbe Rossland and Ndson  federal buildings in design .     - - -  . .      < ' -     ��� -" J>  Jos. Small,  who left Phoenix.some  months ago for the old"country, reports  having a good time but says there is  no place like Phoenix. After a trip to  Egvpt.'Turkey and the Levant in; his  brother's boat, he expects to sail.again  for Canada, this time-ivia the.Suez  Canal, China, Japan,", andi.Vancouver.  He arrived in,London a few daysafter  the King's funeral. -  Senator Potts" of "'Seattle arrived in  the' city Monday evening to be' the  guest ofjlLiY. Birnie vanh;,H. E. jKen-  nedy on a fishing trip." Theyv-left  Tuesday for the famed waters on^ |the  west fork of the -Kettle." "ver. g��ipg as  as far as Beaverdell, frpm whichlpoint  they fished down stream, returning to  the city Thursday evening with a  splendid catch of speckled beauties  averaging a foot in length. Tney.!had  purposed going further "up the Vriver  and floating down stream in Sir Isaac  Birnie's noted fishing craft, the '?Mad  Woman, but found it unnecessary to  go further. The'Sensation of the trip  occurred when a threeppurder landed  by Mr. Birnie jumped back in the water  with the irate angler following suit  It was a neck arid neck race in which  TheT fish got its freedom. Through  courtesy of Mr. Kennedy the Pioneer  editor enjoyed a rare meal of: trout  yesterday.     ��� ��� - ��� '  '  Antiseptlo Nuptials  A unique marriage was performed at  Fernie recently when Mrs.; Edna Bar  rett, who was confined to the isolation  hospital with an infectious disease, was  wedded to Frank E. Grace.;. The  ceremony was performed ��� in .the hospital, the couple being separateaMby a  stout manila rope. ��� The hand of the  groom was wrapped in antiseptic gauze  as he slipped the ring upon the | ffnget  of the bride. Mrs. Grace is corivales-  1cent,  .  DAYS to the  CH11INA COPPER REGION.  From SBATTLB tn this ��� Pem*'*?*1,?..?*,?.  Country l�� Nn-v an t-.ii>> mid.Quick Journe. cs  ALASKA STBAMBilir COMPANY'S BoaU  to Cord. vn. ihriine ever the corPbR KlVblt  &  NOKTHWISsSTEUN  HV.  A VIRGIN FIELD FOR PROSPECTORS  Is at laat avallnble."1t l�� thb opportunity ot  A _on��nitl..n. (Wi AfJOUftATW information  about It ami also about TlIROOail RATES to  The Iditarod,  the " New Poor Man's Camp,"  By   application   to  The Alaska Steamship Co..  Seattle,  Wnnh.  Fires al Nelson  Fire destroyed over $31,000 worth  of Nelson pioperty Tuesday afternoon.  It broke out at the Kreyscher shingle  mill on Water, street just before 1  o'clock and fanned by a west wind,  threatened the entire east end ol the  city. When brought under control by  the heroic efforts of the fire fighters  the fire had destroyed the shingle mill,  the Kootenay Engineering works plant,  the old Nelson laundry building, a  house boat and four  other  residences.  Another fire, cf unknown origin, destroyed in Nelson the Dominion government quarantine station yesterday,  and for half :an hour threatened the  C.P.R. passenger station nnd freight  houses. Fanned by a breeze from'the  west the oil soaked structure burned  rapidly and showers of sparks found  their way to the roofs of freight cars  and storage buildings. Several of the  ajoinine buildings and cars look fire  Only the vigilance and prompt attention oi the fire fighters prevented a  more disastrous spreading of the  flames. Slight damage resulted to the  corral fence and adjoining buildings  The quarantine station with contents  was destroyed completely excepting a  boiler in one corner. The building  was of substantial construction, one  story in height and was formerly occupied by the Standard Oil company  for storage purposes. Its approximate  value was $2500.  For Young Men  A man looks his best wheu lie is dressed iu keeping  with the weather.    It is not necessary to go  to great expense in order to dress��� well.  Our suits'are niade to hold their .  stylish ���form till worn out.   >���   >';.���������  MRS. ANDERSON  Tells How After Giving Up Hope,  She Was Cured of Dandruff  After reading this straightforward  statement of Mrs. Elizabeth E. Anderson, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., go to John  Love, gtt a large bottle of Parisian  Sage for only 50 cents, and if it don't  do for you, what it did for Mrs. Ander  s->n, John Love will give you your  money back. Just read this letter, it's  worth your while :  "I had given up hope of ever being  cured of ilandruff, when I purchased a  bottle of Parisian Sage. It has enhrely  removed the dandruff and has started a  growth of new hair, and all this after  having been troubled for' 15 years. 1  cheerfully recommend   Parisian Sage."  Parisian Sage cures dandruff, because  it gets right down into the roots of the  hair and kills the thousands of' pernicious dandruff germs.  Since the introduction of Parisian  Sage into Canada, it has been in de  mand by thousands of up-to-date so  ciety women. Parisian Sage will turn  harsh, .uslerless, ill looking hair into  bright, luxuriant hair in a few days.  It is a delightful and invigorating dressing, contains'no dye or harmful ingre  dients and is not sticky or greasy. The  girl with the Auburn hair on every  package.  Wanted-Placer Mine  Engineer has client desiring placer  property, either dredging or hydraulic  that will stand examination as to phys1-  cal conditions necessary for its opera  tion Or would consider quartz mint-.  State full particulars in first letter.  P. o- B��x 235> New York City.  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat  the paitnurship heretofore existing between James Summers ami Anifel"  Schulli an propiietorH of the Dominion  Hotel.' Phoenix, under the finii name of  Snmmoi-H & Suhulli, lias Hub day been  ilisBolved by inntmil consent.. All ��<-  counts due the Saul firm are to be paitl  to James Summers, and all iiurounls  against the said firm will be paid by  him. '  An'gklo Soiiui.li.  Jamks Summkrs.  June 23, 1010.  Q  reenwood  Lots for Sale  I wish to call the attention  of Investors to my Lots in  Greenwood City, which I am  going to sell at a price that  will double your investment ;  some Business Lots, some  Corners, some Residence Lots,  located on Copper and Government Streets, near the Court  House. Send your name and  I will mail you free one of my  large illustrated Souvenir maps  of Greenwood, giving location  and price of lots.  ' ' S. P. BRANNAN,  122 Munro St.,  Chicago, U.S. ,  STRAW   HATS  The Straw Hat season is now here, and      \;  we have a nice selection to choose from       j-j  K  We have just received a full new line of  SHIRTS and TIES for Summer Wear  N. J. CARSON &C0."SrL  *_. -i  YB  ,     WHERE THE GOOD CLOTHES COME FROM%|  a__M_MIM__M*__M_MM*M^M^M_^M  mP*Mfmam0mm>ms*^smmmn*aat*  1   -.  y'$MW<''~  Wfmt  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  STYLISH   HAIRCUT  REFRESHING  MASSAGE  INVIGORATING   SHAMPOO  J. G. MileS, Tonsorial Artist  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try  The Famous  Koh noor  Chocolates  .. There are none  Better  cosgrove & MCASTOCKER, Proprietors  m  100 Suits at Cost  Must Be Cleaned Opty  Having taken over the Merchant Tailoring business,  of Julius Carson, yI am going to CLEAR OUT ALL;  READY-MADE MEN'S SUITS AND PANTS at prices;  which will mean a Bargain for every purchaser. Prices  for choice Tweed. Suits range from $8.75 up. Pants front,  $2.50 up.    Gall and see them/ --''   ���        ' .������;���.  S^i  m  $%.  %  to 15  OH All Suits  When this Stock is cleared, I will handle Merchant  Tailoring only, and guarantee first-class  workmanship.  SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED  Merchant    Tailo* ..���  R Howell's Old Stand, Uppe* Town  i  it1  i.  w  H e avy Drayirag'  If you require any Heavy T. aming or Hauling done, let us do  it for you. That is our Business, and we have the equipment  to execute all orders satisfactory.  yS?  F irst-C lass  We also have a supply of  first-class cordwood, short or long,  and can  deliver it- on  short  notice.'     Phone  your  order  fo  fe  PH0HE 34  . Piioenk.��.(;.F::  Wi?

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