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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 2, 1910

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 ft  BOUNDARY   MINING  ^^ato^s.^:.-,..__!  ,         :r^W^iLS'  ;'.;'^:Vv?;:i'"^';'^  SI  ''A^i;  Elkvknth Year.  *�� a?  fr '.'..J r  _. VVt,-*  w  St?  p  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, JULY 2,  1910  FOR YOUR  Look over the List of Good  Things at the BIG STORE  Ne-rcr Potatoes, 6 lbs. for 25c.  New Cabbage, 6 cts. per lb.  New Turnips, 5 cents per bunch.  Green Peas, 12^ cents per lb.  Wax Beans, 15 cents per lb.  Cucumbers (large) 20c. each  Ripe Tomatoes, 20c. per lb.  Water Melons, 6c. per pound.  Ripe Plums^ 15c. per pound.  Ripe Apricots, 15c. per pound.  Ripe Peaches, 3 lbs. for 50c.  Pine Apples^ 25c. each.  Green Apples, 10c. per pound.  Black Berries; 2)0c. per basket  Strawberries, 15c. per basket  Corn on Cob, 65c. per gallon can  LETTUCE, SPIN-ACH,; RADISHES, YOUNG  ONIONS, PIE PLANT, etc., in great abundance.   I   CHERRIES for Preserving are at their best, leave your orders TODAY  for delivery  the first of the week.  AR��m#<  Build Your own Forrune^  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  $73560, forwhich you will receive  $1,000 in a heap.  Spokane   Real   Estate a specialty, on small cash payments and  Easy Termi.       Place your order with our Local Agents,  Cosgrove   <SL McAstocKer  We cordially Invite YOU  to call and  see us when visiting Sdokahe  GIrt*ernational Investment & Realty CO.  J. L. MARTIN, President  03-4 Eagle Block                    Spokane, Wash.  llHim ������������������I"  ���"���" ���'������NMIIW         Ill I ���!������ ������      ���(  ^3,  p.  ��������mii   J  Be Conspicuous  There are different ways of being conspicuous in your clothes���a common, flashy  manner���or in a way that commands admiration and attention.  It's notable what a transformation is  effected by slipping into one of our new  Spring Suits���you at once become the observed in any gathering of well dressed men.  Good cloth is often spoiled by indifferent  cut; expert cutting is sometimes marred by  poor material. When you find the combination of good fabric, best workmanship and  style you have the acme of clothing integrity.  All we ask is a chance to show you the  new styles we have ready.  I GENTS. -���**��  i FURNISHINGS  No. 32  OBSERVATIONS ON  BOUNDARY MINING  By E.   Jacobs,    Well-Known  Mining Writer  .. E. Jacobs of Victoria, the well-  known mining writer of British Columbia, who recentiy madea trip through  the Boundary and Kootenay. districts,  has returned to the coast.  The chief industries of the  districts  visited, according to  Mr. Jacobs, are  in a fairly satisfactory condition on the  whole, though in places there is room  for considerable improvement.    Mining, flpwhich  he  paid   particular  at  tendon, appeared  [0  be making progress, speaking generally.    The Consolidated Mining and Smelting company of  Canada,   Ltd..   which   owns  and is energetically working  the big  smelting   plant and  refinery  at Trail,  and   mines   in   Rossland,   Boundary,  Slocan,   Nelson  and   East   Kootenay  districts, is steadily expanding its oper  ations and   contributing  materially to  the growing production of minerals  in  those several sections.    In   both   copper and lead smelting, and in lead   re  fining, at Trail  the company  has established a large and  useful  industry,  which is an  important  factor  in  the  progress and   prosperity   of southern  Kootenay   in   particular,   and   of the  Boundary as   well,   though   in   much  smaller measure.  Gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc and  coal are produced in the Kootenay and  Boundary districts.    Both  in  tonnage  of ores and  value of metal  extracted  copper heads the list, and the production  is being   well   maintained.    The  larger copper mines are in  the   Boundary, and these are operated  by  four  companies,   the Granby,   British   Columbia Copper, Consolidated and New  Dominion.    The   B C.   Copper  com  pany now holds a   controlling  interest  in the New   Dominion,   so  hencetorth  will   direct   its   working   affairs.    For  reasons which every spring  necessitate  a lessening  of output   of  mines,   and  conscfftiqm, tpn��aj>e of ore treated, the:  total quantity of copper ore being produced and   smelted  at   the   time  the  district  was  less  than   the  minimum.  Now, however,   that  summer   weather  is being experienced,   it is   practicable  to mine and smelt  to  nearly   the   full  producing capacity of  the  mines  and  smelteries.     The early spring  vagaries  of the mining stock markets have  not  lessened   production   for   the   Granby  company is well  maintaining  its large  tonnage and its local officials aver that  there is as much ore in sight as at any  earlier  time,   while   mining   costs  are  decidedly low and conditions generally  favorable to profit earning, though this  desirable outcome is necessarily affected  by the pi ice ol copper.  PUBLIC SCHOOL  PROMOTION LIST  Pupils Who  Pass  to  Higher  Grades  SKCOND DIVISION  The following is a list of the promotions made in Division II. of Phoenix Public schoo", with the marks obtained by each pupil who was present  for all the examinations at the end of  the term.  To Senior Third���Christie   McKin-  non, Mary Brangham, Alexander Mik-  klla, Selma Hendrickson, Flossie Gra  ham.  To Junior Third���Marjorie Elkinsj  792; Fred Tupper, 769; Willie Caruso,  7S4J Johnny Vezetti, 748; Dune Wilson, 659; Winifield Almstrom, 633,  Natlin Tinnetti, 587; Kathleen Draisey,  586; Sherman Carson, Walker Mc-  Tamraon,   Doris Birnie.  To Junior Second���Joseph Vezetti,  Doris Brangham, Fred Wilkinson,  George Neugebauer, 577; Peter Miller,  556; Annie Hendrickson, 549; Lilian  Wilson, 543; Irene Brangham, 508;  Herbert Potter, Marjorie McCammon,  478; Marguerite Wood, 467; Johnny  Mussatto, Kathleen Carson.  The Cards of Merit awarded by the  department were distributed as follows:  1. Deportment, Selma Hendrickson.  2. Punctuality and Regularity, Johnny  Vezetti. 3. Proficiency, George Neugebauer.  THIRD DIVISION  Promoted from 2nd Primer to First  Reader���Hedrick Strawn, Martin Vezetti, James Caruso, Edward'Blundell,  Mary McKinnoh, Carl Halliday, James  Dryborough, Myrtle Swanson; Kaal  Mikkila, John Rowlands. -���      :' "  '  Promoted from 1st Primer to and  Primer���Clinton Halliday, James McDonald, Enis Oppresium, Owen Row.  lands, Robert Fuller, Elizabeth Mus>  satto.  THE KETTLE VALLEY    RECORD YEAR FOR  LINES RAILWAY      / CONSOLIDATED CO.  -Route  At Ihe Target*  There was a good turnout of members of the rifle association on the  26th inst. and fairly good scoring was  made from 200 yards. Owing to a  mishap.the 500-yards range target was  out of commission. Following were  the scores at 200 yards:  20c YARDS  Whitton.. 444534 4���28  Tysoe     4 3 3 5 4 3 5���27  Slack    2 4 4 5 3 5  3���26  Wootton 3 4 3 3  5 5 3���26  Nicholson    3 3 3  4 4 5  4���26  Boyce 3 4 4 3 4 3  3���24  Jackson 4 3 4 3  3 3  3���23  Dowdle    233324 3-���20  Ross 3 3 3 3 32 3���20  Kay 234323  2���19  Elsmore   232233 3���18  Grant    o 2  2 4 4 2 4���18  Love   200033  3���11  Hazelwood 230203 o���10  Trail to No. 7. Mine  The city council has authorized the  clearing ol a trail to No. 7 mine, which  will be a near cul-for ;;jnen 'passing '.to  and from the mi'.e and this city. The  trail will start in ner.r Hartford and  will be less than two miles in' length,  and when finished will bring the mine  within four miles of Phoenix to walk.  The trail and the new road start about  the same place, but the trail will be at  least two miles shorter. This will not  only be of great convenience to those  walking between the city and No. 7  mine, but should be of direct benefit  to the city generally. N. Lemieux is  in charge of the work.  Valuators   at Victoria  to the Coast  A meeting of the board of valuator*  appointed in fix the price which the  Kettle Valley Railway company mus'  pay for the old Midway & Vernoi'  grade, according to a despatch fron<  Victoria, was to have been held in thai  city yesterday. It was expected thai  the board would then come' very near  a conclusion as to the amount of the  award. This will be reported lo the  government and a subsequent me"t'ne  of valuators will be held to apportion  the payment in satisfaction of the local  claims against the Midway and Vernon  company, wages having preference.  A gang of men weie put to work on  the Kettle Valley, lines' extension up  the north fork a few days ago and it  was first thought that it was the commencement of work on the proposed  ten miles of new railway. Later advices, however, state that there is only  a small gang of workmen and that they  are repairing track already laid.  It is officially announced that construction on the Kettle Valley railway  will start out of Merritt early in July.  Work at the Midway end has already  been undertaken and just as soon as  the preliminaries are lined out work  will start from the Nicola valley end,  says the Merritt News.  Important developments in the railroad situation have taken place during  the past few days and it is stated in  apparently well authorized circles that  the Kettle valley which is virtually the  Canadian Pacific railway will have a  line over the Hope mountains to the  coast just soon as it can be built.  It is known that survey crews are  now working along' the banks of the  river across from Ruby creek" and that  they have already planned the line  from Hope westward.  This will mean that the Kettle  Valley will have two channels one via  Product of Trail Smelter About  $6,000,000  The returns of the Consolidated  Mining and Smelting company, which  owns the Trail smelter, the Snowshoe,  Phoenix Amalgamated and No. 7 mines  at Phoenix and mines in east Kootenay, indicate a record year for the  twelve months ending June 30, 1910.  During May the total product of the  company's smelter at Trail was $575,.  582 giving a total for the 11 months  of the company's fiscal year, which  ended on June 30th, of $5,420,737 as  against $4,876,000 for the corresponding period of last year or an increase  of $544,737-  Provided the returns for June are  up to the average of the preceding  eleven months, the returns for the year  will be., approximately $6,000,000  which will make the present by far the  best year in the company's history.  During the twelve months ended  June 30, 1909, the company's output  was $5,506,000, which was then regarded as a record to be proud of.  This year, however, promises to be at  least half a million dollars larger.  The company's showing is especially  gratifying in view of the fact that this  ore is not drawn from any particular  section. It is from east Kootenay,  Sheep Creek, the Slocan, Nelson,  Rossland, the Boundary, and even  from the Similkameen.  ;... Another point which makes the  showing particularly satisfactory is the  fact that this year's results have been  attained in the face of an extremely  low   metal   market.    Had  the  ORDER TAX SALE  OF CITY PROPERTIES  Delinquents Required To Pay  Up Before Sept. J  At the regular session of the city  council on Wednesday evening it was  decided to hold a tax sale of city properties for delinquent taxes on Thursday, Sept. 1, 1910. The sale will  take place at 10 a.m. at the city hall,  and the city clerk was instructed to  give the necessary notice in the Phoenix Pioneer and the B. C. Gazette.  Mayor Matheson and Aldermen C  A. Ross, A. D. McKenzie and A.  Almstrom were present at the meeting.  Isaac Crawford made application for  the position of auditor of the city's  books and on motion received the appointment.  The council indorsed the action of  the board of works in sending men to  make a trail to No. 7 mine.    .  The transient real estate agents bylaw received its second reading.  The costs in connection with ���the  Cosgrove appeal case, as passed by the  city council of 1909, were ordered lo  be paid.  The  following accounts   were   examined and passed: .  Phoenix Electric Light Co.. .$108.70  McElroy Bros      '3.56  B.C. Gazette.  H.Hartley   C. J. McAstocker  W. X. Perkins...  T. A. Love   A. McQueen...  5.00  7.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  .50  Caualaat it Bltlty  Twenty-two Canadians, representing  metal j What is thought to  be the  finest rifle  prices of a couple of years ago been in I shooting team that'eveT left Canada's  force the returns would have been very I shores, will spend July 4 on the Bisley  considerably increased. | ranges.    The contests they   will par  ..'. The  May   returns  bring  the  total  output of the Trail smelter, since it was  started in 1894, up to the neighborhood of $43,000,000,   a  striking   tri .  ticipate in start that day and will last  two weeks. The team sailed from  Montreal on Friday on the Tunisian.  Many   entertainment    features    have  bate to the mineral  resources of this! been arranged for them,faad they will  the-Co/dwater: into Merritt and ihencej portion ofBritish Columbia, especially j visit all the   prominent  point*'of in-  aldn'g the Sperice's Bridge to the main  when it is remembered'thatthere; aref'terest in London."' "  line and thence to Vancouver, and the  two other large smelters both in  oper-J   other over the Hope  mountains along ation in the country, each  treating a! Will Visit Phocalx  the Fraser into Vancouver.    It is  not! large amount of ore  daily  with   satis-1     George R. Mead, formerly of Phoe-  The Sherryg Coming  The Sherrys, the great comedians  and funmakers, are coming to Phoenix  opera house on Friday evening, July  8th. They have a large company of  musicians, dancers and musical sketch  artists and will present their latest  comedy, entitled "Jackson's Honey  moon" breaking into vaudeville, and  "The Night Before Election." All who  enjoy comedy should not fail to attend,  as a good entertainment is guaranteed  Via tbe Water Route  Chung Sam Hop, a demented  Chinaman who left Nelson for the  coast Saturday night in the care ot  John Simpson, provincial constable of  Kaslo, put a sudden end to his life on  Sunday at noon when he leaped from  the Arrow Lake boat between Nakusp  and St. Leon, and found a watery  grave.  William Keron Killed  William Keron was thibwn from a  wagon in Grand Forks on Thursday of  last week and sustained injuries from  which he died five hours later. He  leaves a wife, a son and a daughter.  '���WPS?  C-71"  &V  8fc*-fKrf��  i ^- j*--1-^ ^r=*"'��  S^ilj  "'&CV  m-  f����k  unlikely that a portion of the new  Chilliwack line of the B.C. Electric  Railway Co. will be used for a time  until the line can be wholly completed.  Jim Hill is forcing the hand of the  C.P.R. and it is stated by well known  railway men that the latest move of  the Great Northern makes it imperative  that the C.P.R. have a line over the  Hope mountains into Vancouver. This  will provide a shorter and cheaper  route for points in the  Nicola  valley.  Another report comes to hand to  the effect that the Canadian Northern  will build south from Kamloops the  Nicola valley and over the Hope pass.  English engineers who are interested  financially in the project recently  visited British Columbia and they went  back and reported against the Fraser  river route for the new transcontinental.  Color is lent to this theory in the action of the railway in letting contracts  for the portions of the line leading  down the North Thompson river into  Kamloops and from the coast up only  as far as Hope.  factory results.  During May the amount of ore treated  was 41,133 tons while there was 39,-  024 tons received at the smelter. Both  the amount of ore received and treated  at the smelter is larger than the month  ly average of the year, thus affording  further evidence of the progress of  mining in this part of the province.  Greenwood Public School, upon which the plans of the new school  for Phoenix will be modeled.  The Travelling Zoo  The circus at Grand Foiks last Saturday was the sensation of the week.  A special train was tun from Phoenix  and carried about one hundred passengers, while a number of others drove  down to see the travelling zoo. But  there was a humorous mixture of expressions on the faces of the excursionists when they landed at the jumping  off place simultaneously with the circus  outfit and found they would require to  wait till 11 p.m. to see the show. The  heat and dust of the gateway city combined to make the wait for the delayed  ��how a niemoriable one, while to the  visitors the best of the trip was the  getting home. '1 he circus train had  been wrecked and delayed between  Ca^tlegar and Cascade.  Elect New Olflccrs  The Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship society of Phoenix at their last  meeting elected the following officers  for the current term: President, Oscar Larson; vice-president, Charles  Hagan; recording secretary, Louis  Carlson; financial secretary, Emil Carlson; treasurer, Albin Almstrom; mar-  shall, Ole Nordin; chaplain, Emil  Lundemo; inside guardian, John S.  Skogland; outside guardian, Frank  Anderson; trustee, Eric Lundemo.  I nix, now of Los Angeles, Cal., was the  representative of a club in that city to  the reception to Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt at New York last week.'  Mr. Mead will visit Phoenix, in the  course of a few days on his way back  to California.  Searched Out a Ferine  Lessees removed ore worth $100,-  000 from near the surface of the  Kootenay Belle group before the  owner took hold. The crude ore  yielded $70 a ton, and 1,300 tons  averaging $14.80 were passed through  a four stamp mill.  Motor for No. 7 Mine  On Tuesday one of the motors at  the War Eagle mine was taken to the  No. 7 mine to do duty temporarily  while some repairs are being made to  the compressor plant at No. 7.  iqHSd^e^e^ESHsasaHasHSeisaszseSHSHSSKsasasasasBSHSd^e^asas^Psasasa^  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  July J, "io  The lollotTing cable gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor   looo.  1001  1190J, 11)04,  1005,  1006,   1907, 1908, 1909 tnd igio, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  igoj.  llarblnsoo Reld  A q'liet wedding   was solemnized in  Ivevelstoke  on   Sdlurdjy,   June   18th,  vhen F. J. Harbinson,   local   manage  ' >r the P. Burns company, was married  1 Miss Katherine Irene Reid, recently  ������om Belfas', Ireland, by   Ihe   Rev.   J  \fervin.     Afier the ceremony the happ>  :ouple   visited   at   Salmon   Arm   and  other points,  arriving  in   Phoenix   on  Saturday.    Mr. and   Mrs.   Harbinson  have taken up residence in Burns' block*  Mink.  1 Granby Mines...  1 Snowshoe    1 Phoenix Am��l._  I B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode~  B. C. Mine   Btntna H  Oro Denoro....  Jackpot   I Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem..  Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunset.   Mountn Hose..  Athelstan   Morrison   JR. Bell   J.Senator   I Brey Pogle   No. 37   j Rellsnce   j Sulphur King...  j Winnipeg- ........  J Oolden Crown...  I King Solomon...  ! 31g Copper   I No. 7 Mine   icily o( Paris   : Jewel   I Riverside   ICartni.-   Sally   I rambler   ] Butcher Boy....  j Duncan   I Providence   J] Klkhorn   ^SSlrathmoie   ^ Golden  Kagle...  ^1 Preston   ���jt Prince Henry....  ^Skylark   V] Last Chance-...  S fct. P. O. Mine...  J Bay   :fl Bonnie Belle   )! Don Pedro   u Crescent. ���  !\ Bruce   n Republic   ~u Mi-cellaneous...  1901       too]       1904       1905 1906  309,858 393.718   549,703 65.1,889 801,404  30,800    71,319      S.i26  141,316 138,079   I74,��9* U7.570 toj.ooo  1907        1908       1009 1910    Week 1  613.537 1038,747 1,067.983 629,670   31,034 f  135,001      48,836     170,360    84,770     1,800;  14,811 19,365  8.SJO ".937   ���    15.537  J7.960  16,400  9.485  J.007  1.488  11,804  3.��77  308,321  1,712  18,374  14.4S1  35<M33 ��8o.90S  8,953     6.090   ���-      '.591  3.3��o:  7,455   15.731  S.646  3.339  .........  31.350   55.73' 140.685   t 3,960  3,070     15,108 16,033  1,150      3.0S6 48.39��  ��      4.747 3.555  43.*9S  H.lSJ  04,173  3L��7o  3MS&"  649  io.  .740  3,8oi  530  110  1.833  S��6  146  ��  167  68<.  73  53  8*5  120  _.  'j.    Total, tons  ^08,876 600,419 839,808 .-33.628 1.161.S37 '.148,237 1,487,480 1.59S.715SS3 178 27,172 [  V Bmelter treatment���  QOranby Co....  B.C. Copper C  Dom. Cop. Co.  40 401,931 152,soo 687.988 828,879 637,626  00 163,913 110,484 no J)jo 133,740 341,953  ��� ���   133.570     30.930   84,059 118,811    '53 439  '037.544 1,042,837606340 21,130 I  364,850   341,270  162.470   5,153 f  22.66B       -   ���3  ji Total reduced..     460,940697,404 837,661 982,877 '.I7J.430 1,133.017 1.3S9.060 348.439  J&SHS2S25WS5ilS2��5fi^^ PHOENIX PIONEER, PHO.EWIX, 1.6.  ��ti;W:'  E\>-  llA  J  ,.4 8 4  & I*1  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  9''  memo est s)atu��d��t�� av tb*  4*moaaix. a. c.  <*.i~.k_>. 1 a^sstsMssi oflle* No, M.  TNtpaoM* } !!,������,���, resident*. Ho.'is. ���  mnmeumoi. m advaucs.  HrJsir  ���.- ...........  lil'IBflWMw>WWIMIiH4Mll��>��'S"lTlMMIt����l��''l  Tatat UBtt*4M��t��.**r ynt���.....���.  ..tM.m  .. i.as  T. ALFRED LOVE. MaNAOKR.  IABEL>  Saturday, July a, 1910  Athoughiit might,.-have been .expected that, the'proposed Canadian  navy would look insignificant in the  eyes of those in thef Mother Country,  asthe Opposition'would'1 have us believe, such is not the case. The London Standard says: "We in this country can feel'nothing but admiration for  the zeal and promptidude with .which  Canada has entered upon thegreat enterprise of establishing*a navy.". The  Standard adds that it is glad to see  that some of the vessels are to be laid  down in Canadian yards. -  :  Hints lo Investor*  Do not be guided by the prospectus  which consists of a string of eloquently  worded inanities. Do not oelieve the  report of the expert which' is usually  attached to the prospectus, unless it is  that of a man well known of admitted  ly honest character, or in the case of a  (stranger, unless the report will bear the  careful scrutiny of yourself and of such  FlUWIfilSH J^UULlSUlWtf (JU.'Jof your friends as may be experienced  in mining.  ��� Do not judge the capacity of the directors'for conducting such an important concern as a gold mine by their  titles.' The names looked for should  be those of well known business or  commercial men; of directors in successful mines; of mining engineers, or  the partners' of well known mining  houses; and, most of all, the real magnates in the mining world who will  take care that their names shall not be  mixed up in' a directorial capacity with  any company likely to be a failure.  Do not favorably consider a scheme  in which the vendors propose to annex  60 or So per cent, of the shares. As a  rule the unproved ground, which is  usually floated as a mine, has only cost  the venders a nominal sum. If the  company in which you have applied  for shares goes to allotment, make it  your business to find out how much of  the working capital stipulated for has  actually been subscribed.  > ��� Do not in the early days of a mine's  existence believe what-the newspapers  or printed circulars say as to its success. It usually takes much time and  large expenditures  to prove a mine.  Do not, assuming that all the vendor's shares are pooled, -and that the  market-is being worked by one man,  believe in the genuineness of tape, or  stock-exchange quotations.  Finally, and most important'of all���  be satisfied witha' reasonable or'- even  a' small profit; When you decide to  sell-do not'give your brokers a' limit,  slightly above that at which the shares  thenstand, but sell immediately and  right- out.  Thus should the novice or the speculator who has-no accurate sources of  information," conduct his-mining oper*  ations, at least when dealing with new  and unproved mines. If everyone were  to follow' the rules laid down above,  only about twenty per cent of the  mines now floated would have pro  ceeded to allotment. Even then, of  course, the speculator could not assure himself against loss but he would  greatly minimize the risk, and at the  same time would have the satisfaction  of dealing with the business in a common sense and perhaps profitable manner.���Gurle's Gold Mines of the  World.  Bauodiry Contttblei'  It is generally conceded that the  Boundary has now an alert and active  squad of provincial police who have  been giving a good account-of them  selves in rounding up' any criminal*  that may venture within the territory.  That the same opinion of them is held  by our cousins across the line is evidenced in the following taken from the'  Oroville Gazette:  That popular Canadian officer, C. J.  Bunbury, of Greenwood, was  in  town  Sunday, accompanied by G. W. Aston  and Jas.C Kerhpston, brother officers  on the Canadian force.    Mr. Kempston  is from Midway/ and Mr.  Aston will  be stationed at Fairview;    Alert, active,  fearless men are these Canadian guardians of the peace.    They  were  down  I here  patrolling  the  border,  and  got  Iwind of two crimes that will keep them  imoving until the offenders are run  to  earth.    Friday night the postoffice at  Okanagan   Landing   was  burglarized.  This crime was committed outside'the  jurisdiction of the gentleman named,  but the news put them on the qui vive,  and they will not fail to pick up the  offender if they set their eyes on him.  Sunday they received word of a crime  of more serious nature, committed at  Princeton that  sent Messrs.   Bunbury  and Kempston scurrying to Keremeos  Monday morning.��� ���   .'  Romanes Not Yet Detd.  Those who believe that theromano  of British Columbia passed with the  Cariboo and the Atlin gold rushes, require for their disillusionment just such  a trip as the trial run of the G.T.P.'s  new palatial steamer, Prince Rupert,  which was completed on Sunday, afforded. For six days its passengers  had on every hand the evidences o'  the development of the new north,  which is giving to the upper portions  of the province all the thrill and glamor  which in the old days attended the  search for, and the discovery  of gold.  .   Aerltl Dreadniughti  A London despatch, says: In a  few weeks' time the largest, fastest and  most powerful airship in the world will  be launched at Barrow. This leviathan is the first airship ever constructed  for the British Navy and it is the forerunner of a fleet of airships which are  to be the Dreadnoughts of the air.  ^^F^fmwwfwpiTF^n.fmmmwiwwfmwmmwwmmm!  I QUEEN'S  &   R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Danny Deane, Manager =2  ��  8='  This ia the Largest and Newust Hotel in tho city, heated by steam,  and well furnished throughout for the accommodation of the public.  Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date.    Meuls served at all hours.  BAR STOOKED   WITH CHOICEST LIQUORS AND ClUARS.  Centrally Located Corner   Bridge and   Kncb  Hill Avenue  STEAM   HEATED ELECTRIC   LIGHTING TELEPHONE   48  and   26  =3  =3  ^iUiaiiUUiikiUiiUiUUjiuuiUi.UiAUUiUiUiU^^yiiJiuaiiip;  BOUNDARY * KOOTENAY IM9 ORE RECORD  Sblpaeaig art Sadler Receipts Per Year lo  Dale.  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 19io to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary 32,156     858,819  Rossland    41629      126,172  East Columbia River 4,997      161,653  Qveintl Auction Auguat I  In consequence of the crowded con  ditions and urgent demand for building  lots at Quesnel, the government has  decided to action the remaining lots  in the old survey (some 150 in all) on  August 1. These lots are 132 by 66  feet in area, and are the only available  properties in this Cariboo town, now  teeming with business as the base of  the exodus into New Cariboo.  ^a^VAttftPAH^^  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  Total 41,782 1,145.537  SMELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby 23,014 609,212  B.C. Copper Co...   4,952 161,653  Trail     9i5��7 241,290  Total  37.473.1,012,155  The forestry, department in the west  is doing-it best to overcome the treer  lessness of the great prairies. Last  year,* in ,the Prairie Provinces; no less  than 3,000,000 young- trees1- were set  out, and this year the work of tree distribution is going- on  upon  the same  scale.        j '  - It's now a tossup whether Halley's  comet or the Johnson Jeffries fight'got  the most" free advertising. The comet  was a fizzle and'the fight���well, it has  the earmarks of a clever moving picture  money-maker. -1  The best'way to build up a town is  to stand by every man4 who doesv right:  Whenever a man is doing well do not  tear him down. All'residents should  be partners, not'opponents.  -What growing times in Canada.  The Dominion census bureau gives  area' of wheat to May 31 in Canada as  9,295,000 acres, or 1,554.000 more  than last year.  The Scott Act is to be tried in  British Columbia. With recollections  of Scott Act days in Ontario, failure  stares the movement in the face.  Asaya-NeuroSI^  THE    NEW   REMEDY   FOR  Nervous Exhaustion  Whipping . an exhausted nerve  system with alcoholic stimulants  only shortens the road to physical  collapse. The only remedy is  Food, Rest and nerve repair.  '' Asava-Nburaix' ' is and makes  possible this cure. It feeds the  nerves, induces sleep, improves  the appetite and digestion ; and  soon full nerve vigor is regain  ed. $1.50 per bottle. Obtain  from the local agent.  JOHN LOVE.  Shittuek-Arlzeii Ctpter  1   Boston���The Shattuck-Arizona Cop  per Co. in connection with the - listing  of which on the Boston Stock Echange,  prominent interests identified with the  property are now in Boston, is produc  ing  2,000,000 pounds  of copper per  month at a cost, refined and  sold, of  less than 5J6 cents per pound, a record  at the present time unequalled and un-  approached by any copper mine in this  country.  Pbecalx Railway Tlautakte.  C   P.   R.  Leaves for Eholtand Nelson 11.30 a.m.'  Arrives    .. .. ..    3:50 p.m.  GREAT  NORTHERN.  t  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ..    9.00 a.m.  5.10 p,m.  'Arrives  HALF A DOZEN BOTTLES  of our assorted liquors should  be in every household. We  sell only  PURE WINES AND LIQUORS;  Eaflne With t Reputation  Fire recently  destroyed  the  Great  Northern roundhouse at Oroville and  two  locomotives.    One  of these en  gtnes, number 930, has  been on  the  Phoenix run several times,  but  since  ; May 30th has been running into Oroville.   A Keremeos correspondent says:  * No 930  was considered a 'hoodoo'  among railroad men and no teats were  shed at its removal from active service.  At one time and another it  is said  to  havi bten responsible for the death of  over a dozen engineers  and   firemen  and has done some staitling stunts   in  the way of going  over   embankments  into rivers and lakesi.only tc be fished  out, repaired and sent on its way again.  Whether the present wreck will be re  fitted and again sent on  its  baneful  course is a matter of conjecture." J,  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.  NOTICE  COURT OF REVISION  Notice ia Hereby Given that the first  eitting of the Annual Court of Roviaion  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 nf Julv, 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,  City Clerk  Dated at Phoenix, B.C,,  this 13th day of June, 1910  DRAYING  Of all  kiinln  promptly  airenilei'  to.    Rapid Express and BauKa^e  Transfer.   Careful attention toi.  orders. Phono AW1  JAHES Q. TlcKEOWN  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life and  Acclden  Insurance.  Qenera! *f"  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Maimers Barber stoop  FOR   AN    EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  A. F. and A. At.  St.  Kelt mar communication 8 p. m.  .    ond Thursday ofeach mouth.  Kmerrcnt meeting* a��called;M����>nl<  Half. Mi-Hair HlocK.  K. S. FRA8KR  W.M.  I. O. b. F.  dNOWBHOK LOUGH NO. <6  Vfeetn every Monday Kvenlng  at Mlnera' Ual  I'liltlug brethren cordially Invited.  T A. Lovit, Noble0rand '  W. A. I'icicakd, Kin Becy.  W.A.Cook, Record.   Hecy,  Wanted  A REPRESENTATIVE  FOR PHOENIX AND  DISTRICT.  The popularity of our stock (grown on  limestone soil, making hardier and  longer lived trees than Coast grown  stock), is acknowledged by "EX-  PERIENCED     B  C.      FRUIT  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 libetal inducements.  Stone & Wellington  FONTHILL NURSERIES  (Liceneed by B.C. Government)  Toronto   -   .   Ontario  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   Ordtr   Meals  served   in   the   King's  GRILL   at all  hours.  E. P. SHEA,  Proprietor W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager    '  ���<������*J��BMM��B**Oa**P**  Greenwood otflgfC  LtlllG  Leave Fhoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. |  *�� " lowertown, lo.ooa.m. r Standard Time  Leave   Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Orricit, With McRab Bkob., Knob Hill Ave.  '  L  H.   M.   LAING,  Prop,  **mm*m*++>mamm9m**m*a***m*mm<**t *****  Household Laundry Work  &Jra����r Sot M. K  Pocket Edition, $5  \ohaLow* Agf  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  ' The Copper Handbook contains, in  thin-new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 60 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarily a better  book because of its gieater bulk. It is  filled with FACT8 of vital imporance to  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1909, contains  1600 pages, with nearly 60 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 26 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Usee, Substitutes, Terminology.  Deposits by Districts.,States, Countriee  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Statistics of f/oduction, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends.  etc.  The Copper Handbook is conceded! v  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  THE INVE8TOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CON8UMER  THE MINER  TERMS are the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent to  you, all carriage charges prepaid on on*  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Car  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value <o you?  PRICE is $6 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.60 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Horace I.   Stevns  j,6, Shelden Building, Houghton  \ Mick., U.S.A.  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry.   I'UOKNIX   AKJRIK   NO, lfJH  MetlaliiOnlonHnl  Krlday evening*  Vlaltln��    brother!  alwaya welcome  , .'. Thor on, W. P.  Orrlu D. Bush,  W. Bee  K.ofRL0D(,E,No.28  ������PHOKNlX, B.C.������  .Meets every Tukbday  Kvkkino at 7 30   :    :  Sui'iurHltig Brothers Cordially  welcomed. :       :  W X. PKRKINS.<!.C.  K. II. McCRACKKN  k. of a. s.  WOOD  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  'Phone B 32  Johnson & Anderson  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A IO  Reco Laundrv  Lumber arid Wood  Having purchased the stock of Lumber and Wood  of Mr. Murdbck 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.  G. A. ROSS, Phoenix  RELIABLE  ^REMEDY^  purified  Purifies the Blood  NYAL'S BLOOD PURIF7ER 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 and 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  $i.oo.  John Love,  Dfwggist, Phoeniz, B.C.  .Sealed Tenders addressed to the undesigned arid endorsed "Tender for  Steel Dredge' for 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 firm ;of  contract can be seen and forms of tender can he obtained at this department,  ;it the offices of J L. Michaud, Esq.,  District Engineer, Merchants Bank  Building, St. James Street, Montreal;  I G. S'ng, E��q, District Engineer,  (Jonferation : Life Building, 'I pronto,  Our., and G. A Keefer, Esq.. District  Engineer, New Westminster, B.C.  Pi-rs<ms tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  uade on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with llieir actual signatures,  -tating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  ac-ual signaluic, the nature of the occupation and place of residence of each  memhtr of the firm must be given.  Tenderers must specify time of delivery of dredge at Vancouver, B.C.,  free ol nit risks and charges.  Erich tender mutt be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the Honourable the  Minuter of Public Works, for twenty-  five thousand dollars ($25,000.00),  which will be forfeited if the person  tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or fail  to complete the w.,rk contracted for.  If the U-ndrr he not accepted the  cheque will bf returned.  The dtp.minent does not  bind itself 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.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home for etml-  ���111s of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior sis:!*  nts, doiait 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 gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladiea'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Eev. W J. Sipperell,B.A.,B..D.fPrincipal ;or Bev. J. P. Bowell, Baraar  l ���>   \ ;���>  f  I  is V     ;"   -A  "wofnix PIONEER. PHOEHrX, 0.8.  Facfe /br W/ea& Women  iwery d��"by <��>��t>notIy feminine.    Such .ickness can be cured-ta cured  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  It Makes Weak Women Strong,  ., _ ,  ..   ..      L ..   Sick Women Well.  olhom����� Im_k��unnir1     ' .}' TCS fema,e c����>P><"��t ��gh? in the privacy  taoS^i^^^SX^M^^ gu^tioninu examinations and  every modest woman" V "cd Upon by "octors, and bo ..horrent to  We .hall pot particularize here at to the symptoms o��  tStinttil'inf^'T in��ident f�� ^omeny,Tut Those  r/antinf - full nibrination as to the r symptoms and  mean, of positive cure are referred to the People��� Com-  raon Sense Medical Adviser-1008 pages, new y reVhed  and up-to-date Edition, sent free on^receipt oF 31 one-  b?n?din7fTsX)0atrpe.r.00Bt ���� �����"<���*��� ���** ���'. ����. doth  Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.  PROVINCIAL.  ANK  ACCIUKNT.  D. J. Matheson  insurance Haent  CO.Vf.VfIM4IO.VKR     KOK     TAICINO     .VKFIOAVITM       PHOENIX,   B.C.  FR.-ES H    M I UK  That pronounced iiresotico of Rich Cream is found only  In Purest Milk. That in the kind wo sell. We inv;to  you to become a jinl��e by giving us a trial. Phone Orders  to E. 32, and name will he promptly attended to and delivered daily.  W. A. McKAY & SONS  h  Eastern Trips  For Western People  Summer Tourist Round Trip fares in effect June 2, 17, 24;  July 5, 22; August 3 and September 8., 1910.     -  SPECIAL FARES  $60  ROTT-TO TRIP  To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior, and Kansas  City. ��72.50 to Chicago; ��108.50 to New York; $107.50 to  Washington, D. C���proportionate fares to other  Eastern points.  Three Electric Lighted Trains  The Oriental Limited  and  Southeast  Express���each an electric  lighted through train to Chicago or Kansas City.    The Fast Mail  is another good train.    All are Built, for Comfort..    Send for scenic  folder  Etut.Over Jhc,Mountains, or come  in  and   let's-talk; it over.  W. X. Perkins.  Phoenix, B.C.  A�� km r.  m$$fj  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  thoroughly and completely separated  from the waste as is u Royal Household,'1 because no other mills are so  well equipped or exclusively devoted  to the production of scientifically pure  flour as Royal Household mills.  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour.  Merritt has an auto livery.  Two Vancouver men have staked a  mineral claim in Stanley park.  Michael Kotek was killed at Fernie  last week while blasting stumps.  While excavating for a building at  Rossland two men struck a good vein  of ore.  New potatoes were dug at Penticton  on June 4. The spuds averaged five  to the pound.   . '  It is estimated that the Nugget mines  in the Sheep creek district could pay  $100,000 in dividends this year.  Moyie claims to have more motor  boats than any other town of its population in the world.  The university commission has completed its sittings and will have their  report ready by Christmas.  Corbin's coal mines at New Michel  are now supplying peimanent contracts  at the rate of 1000 tons per day.  After a slight���but temporary���  eclipse, British Columbia is again coming to the front as a tobacco-producing  province.  British Columbia's exhibit at the  Sportsman's showvin Vienna, Austria,  has won six medals out of a total of  twenty four.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier expressed his wil  lingness to turn the first sod of the  Second Narrows bridge during his visit  to Vancouver in August.  A Chink cleaned out the depot at  Castlegar the other day with sundry  weapons and will now be given a chance  in the provincial asylum.  Saven peers  were created on June  23 in honor of King George's birthday,  which was celebrated  on the 24th al  ��� hjugh the King was born on June 3.  During the absence of Mr. McBride,  Hon. W. J. Bowser occupies the triple  ���postion of premier, finance minister  and attorney general of the province.  There are now eight eastern stars on  the Vancouver lacroise team, making  it practically an eastern team to play  against New Westminster in a frenzied  effort to lift the Minto cup any way at j  a|l,'".  Rossland's citizens joined one day  last week in an exciting chase after a  brown boar cub which had strayed into  the town, promenaded the principal  streets, and then succeeded in regaining  its native hills.  Edward McKinnon had a thrilling  adventure last week at Scotty Creek  when he endeavored to capture alive a  wounded eagle. The bird attacked  with beak and claws, and will leave  permanent marks on its would be  captor.  The Montreal lacrosse club will arrive in Vancouver on the anniversary  of the Battle of the Boyne. That historic battle was only a skirmish compared to the engagement they will  take part in when they attempt to capture the Minto Cup al Queen's Park.  ���Province.  .  To Encourage Mining  The incorporation of the Vancouver  Mining Exchange company by a num  ber of prominent   business   men   of  Vancouver who are directly interested  in   mining,   or   recognize   the   great  future of the industry in British Columbia should be attended   by  gratifying results, and cannot fail   to  obtain  theco-operation and assistance  of all  companies and mining men throughout  the province.    One  of the objects of  the exchange,   quite apart  from   the  actual transaction of stocks, is  to  es  tablish and maintain an up to-date exhibit  of ores   from   all   the principal  mines and   new   discoveries   made in  British Columbia.  B.:.C. MINING  ���   ������.��. 4. t  + ,  Nugget Gold Brick  It is understood on good authority  that the Nugget mine shipped this  week its twenty fifth gold brick. The  four stamp mill has been running continuously for many months.    It is be-j the work, which is an extension of the  The Consolidated'* Centre Star  mine at Rossland employs 425.  A party is working the placer ground  at Surprise Rapids on the Columbia  River.  A dividend of 50c a share on Le  Roi No. _ stock has been declared,  and will be payable on July 8th.  John Tierney, of Nelson, has bonded  a group of claims on Bitter creek, in  the Portland Canal district, with Nelson  money.  Newton W. Emmens has instructions to lay out a tramway line from  the True Fissure to Piper's'ranch at  Trout Lake, and is at work on the  scheme.    ���  At the Washington mine, above  Guigan Basin, O. Olsen is in charge of  PE-BIHJA CHEERFULLY RECOMMENDED^  ANDGATARBH,  A Promineiit Canadian Gives His Experience With the World-Famous  * Remedy For Catarrh.  Gf.ronic   Catarrh   Always   Begins    c. u. I'ark.r, E_>war._._n of comptoa  lieved that the record it has made as  a producer has never been equalled at  any gold camp in America.  A well known mining man who recently went over the entire Sheep creek  camp predicts that it will be the best  free milling gold camp in America.  Important development work was going  on at all the properties visited���more  especially the Mother Lode, Nugget  and Summit���and everything was looking well.  Mitonlo Grind Officers  At Cranbrook last week the following  were elected officers of the Masonic  grand lodge:  Grand Master���E. B. Paul, Victoria.  Deputy Grand Master���F. J. Burd,  Vancouver.  Grand Senior Warden-���A. H. Skey,  Kamloops.  Grand Junior Warden���J. M. Rudd,  Nanaimo.  Grand Chaplain���Rev. H. G. Fi-  ennes-CIinton, Vancouver..  The grand lodge will meet at Victoria next year.  The recently issued prize list for the  Vancouver exhioition which takes place  in that city from Aug. 15th to 20th,  shows that Vancouver proposes to make  this fair the greatest in the history of  the West. ������  c.  UAThltiU'S  NERVINE POWDERS.  ������ ..'.  J Why Endure Headaches?'  ���One trial will convince you that  a sure and safe remedy for any  headache is at your service ia  MATHIEU'S  Nervine Powders  18 In a box. 25c. Sold everywhere. If  your dealer does not sell I hem we mall  box on  .J.L.  elptof J  , 25c  price,  MATHIEU CO. Prop..  SHCRBROOK-.  P.C  6-5-0.  vg  Mr. Businessman  Are You V  Much Alive  ery  ?  To the fact that Printers' Ink is au  essential to the building up of a successful business. If you wish to stand  in 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    Ths PhoSnix Pioneer  $2.00  Psr  Year           In  Advance  ���0  Washington tunnel into the  ground of  the old Slocan Boy.  The Mollie Hughes mine, near New  Denver, is under offer of sale to Vancouver men. Last year 385 tons of  silver ore was shipped from the property to Trail smelter.  The Whitewater concentrator was  started on its season's work early in  June, and the following day the.lessees  of the Rambler-Cariboo mill resumed  work on the ore dump at the old workings of the mine.  During last winter 180 feet of tunnel  was driven on the Panama mineral  claim, above Bear lake. Ore is now  being got out and it is intended to  ship a carload shortly. The claim is  owned by H. Giegerich of Kaslo and  associates.  The coal and oil excitement still  continues in Matsqui, near New Westminster, and many applications for licenses to prospect for coal and petroleum in the vicinity have been filed.  The land covered by the licenses is all  in towship 16.  A. Craig has bought an interest in  the Linson group at Canyon Creek at  the foot of Trout Lake, and has a force  of three men at work on development.  The pay streak shows ten in. of ore  which will run 150 ozs. silver per ton,  40 per cent, to 60 per cent, lead, and  $4 to $8 in gold.  On the recommendation of Mr. Aid-  rich,   manager   of   the   Consolidated  Mining and   Smelting  Company,   Mr,  Hornel, head of the mines department  at Ottawa, has appointed VV. R. IngaJJs.  of New York,   to  take charge  of  the  Dominion appropriation of $50,000 to  be expended in ascertaining   improved  methods of treating  the  zinc ores  British Columbia.  The Silver cup mine near Ferguson,  Lardeau, is again being operated after  a temporary suspension. This has  long been the most important mine in  the Lardeau, and the only one year  after year to maintain an output of ore  that under ordinary conditions may be  regarded as fairly large. Its output of  first-class ore last year was 1631 tons  of high-grade silver-lead ore, also containing gold..  The discovery of another coal basin  is the topic in Princeton. It proves  what has been generally conceded by  geologists and prospectors that a succession of coal basins was formed by  upheavls of earth along the east slope  of Hope mountains. Outcropping? of  coal from the recent find submitted to  experts have been pronounced bituminous, but a thorough test will be made  when a seam has been uncovered.  Sixteen claims have been staked.  Another strike has been made on  the Nugget properties at Sheep creek.  A gold ore vein sixteen feet wide has  been opened up for a distance of 450  feet and the average which the assay  promises is from $15 up to $30 per  ton. Besides this there is a streak  some eighteen inches wide which carries about -jYz ounces to the ton, valued  at about $150. The Nugget people  consider this the most valuable find in  the district, not even excepting the  Mother Lode strike of a few months  ago.   1 ways   Begins  With An Ordinary Cold.  So Says Dr, Hartman, the Greatest  Living Authority On Ca-  :  t tarrhal Diseases.  THE first effect of a cold is a thickening of tho mucous membranes of  the nose and throat.  This gives rise to a discharge, or at  leant a stuffiness of tho nasal passages.  Sometimes fever accompanies tho first  attack, also a fooling of languor, dullness and aching of the bones.  - If no attention is paid to i t, the mucous  congestion is liable to spread dou 11 into  the larynx, producing hoarseness and  Into the bronchial tubes, producing a  cough.  , Even when this occurs, many people  pay no attention to it.  Under such circumstances, the congestion is liable to become chronic, producing a condition of the mucous membranes known as catarrh. Catarrh lasts  an lndu_.nl to  time. Catarrh  is essentially a  chronic  condition and docs not leave except something is done to relieve it.  WhatBhouldbe done when a person  catches cold is to take a few doseaof  ���Peruna.  ���Taken at the onset, Peruna would  break up the cold and prevent all tho  ; train of symptoms wli ich usual I y follow.  But, even In cases whore the cold has  been neglected and hoarseness or a  cough has developed. Poruna can ,be  I relied upon to give promp*. and per-  j xnanent relief.  The frequency of coughs and colds In  the winter makes Peruna a popular rem-  i edy for these ailments.  A number of the best people of various  countries have given testimonials as to  the value of Peruna in such cases. -...-;  Followed    Dr.    Hartman's    Advice-  Restored to Health.  Mrs. Samuelle Vigneau, Avre auBerd,  ; Isle de La Magdaline, Canada, writes:  *'I write to tell you that I am perfectly'  '; well.   1 took only threo bottles of your  Peruna according to your advice and  the directions in your  book and it restored my health."  Comptoa  Co., Quebec, has been mayor of Scot*-  town for a number of years. He i�� an  Influential rcbident in Seotstown and  widely know n.  He writes concerning Parana.   Rea4  his letter below: '  - CUKE COLDS-  PREVENT CATARRH.  C. H. PARKER.  I had several attacks of oolda f (  from time to time and finally a *:  , severe attack developed into ea*  tarrh.   .  "I was advised to'tue your eel��- \  brated catarrh remedy, and after. .  taking1 tiiree bottles I find..myself,  completely cured, and I no longer,  suffer from catarrh or colds.  "I cart cheerfully recommend  Peruna for colds and catarrh."  If Peruna  had  no other  medicinal,  value than the promptness with whlck;  it relieves common colds, it would bo,  well worth while for any family to 1  I it in tho house constantly.  of  BrigHten YourHome  Now is the time to take a look round your house and see  what is required in the line of  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 IRONSIDES  AVENUE  There is a hot campaign on in Manitoba. The thermometer registered 104  in the shade immediately following the  announcement of the elections for July  nth.  ER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anyone (tending a Bkotch and doscrlptt.n may  quickly ascertain our opinion fruo whether an  Invention IB probably patentable. Communications etrtctly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent*  sent free. Oldest agency for socurlnarpatonta.  Patents taken llirouch Munn A Co. rooelT*  iprclal notice, without charge, lathe  Scientific Hitierican.  A beuidaome.y Ulufitmted weekly. L/irjcMt ��tr-  cnlallon of any ncientlilc Journal. Term* for  Canada, J3.76 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all nowirtealt-ra.  MUNN SCo.36'6""1^ New York  Blanch Offlce, (35 F _t_ Waihloulon. P.C.  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic *nd judicious care ol 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  L-  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Savings Bank Department at All Offices  87 Branches Throughout Canada 87  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL   OVER   THE  WORLD  Bargain Sale  IN  HAND-MADE   SHOES  Call in and Let Us show  You the Quality of Footwear   WE   CAN   OFFER   YOUJ  Shoes that will both Fit  and  Wear   :::::::::  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  .A. T. TURANO, Proprietor  _W__EB____n ���fu'j: i  *l  h j *        ' *�����) ' * 'V'^: ;Mlf.-'^ '���'''���.-.-    /::'^';   '.;, ';'rf*-,  xi~.y%<  q_PS(��  ���5'  _  .-.I'  ' r  5  8  W>'  PHOENIX PIOMEER, PHOEMIX, 8.6.  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 in  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' anvd  Silver-Plated Articles,  All of which must be seen to be appreciated.  Calls of Inspection Invited.  E.   A.   RlackT The JEWELER  In and Around Phoenix  :'j-  . ���      ,      BRIEF TOPICS  OF LOCAL  AND  OENKRAL  "T INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS. "*  COSMOPOLITAN  .Fresh Raspberries will arrive Daily Next Week. ...  CHLLLIWACK BUTTER, 40c. per lb.  ALBERTA BUTTER . . . 35c. per lb.  HAZELWOOD No. t BUTTER, 38 and 40c.  Phone your grocery order to the Cosmopolitan���  Everything Fresh and of first quality.  'PHONE YOUR  ���NO. 12.  ORDER  J. 0. ELLIS  TRY A GLASS J POPULAR BEER  It foams 'With creamy richness and  sparkles delightfully.', A stimulant  for the tired, weak, and weary.  Every household should have a  "supply"of it 'regularly all the time.  Recuperate, invigorate and streng- -  , then   yonr   constitution  with our  ',  wholesome   beer.   - No . danger'of .  ���   Typhoid Fever and other diseases  if you drink Phoenix Beer  as it is  '"thoroughly sterilized.  PHOENIX BREWING CO., LTD.  j��j_o_v_3! no. isa  F  SPECIAL NOTICE  Our prices on Hams, Bacon, Lard and Butter are now  1     '" exceptionally cheap.  ' Hams, 24c; Bacon, 27c; Lard,'SH>.,$U5; Choice  Creamery Butter, 35c;  Choice Dairy, 30c.  These goods are fresh, and No. i Stock.    We have one quality (the best)  and one' price.1.  P. BURNS & Co.,Ud Phoenix, B.C.  PHONE   UTO.   S  PHOENIX  OPERA  HOUSE  FRIDAY, JULY 8  The  S  HigH-Class  PEERLESS MUSICIANS, VOCALISTS, DANCERS and  -MUSICAL SKETCH ARTISTS.^   Don't fail to see  them in their latest comedy, entitled:  *' Jackson's Honeymoon,"  Breaking into Vaudeville, and  "Tite Night Before Election9'  Each one a scream. . New music, latest songs,  clever dancing, quick changes, no waits.  Your money back if no. satisfied.  POPULAR PRICES. Reserved Seats at Tom Brown's,  R R E &M  1       A-W      i^a.  That pronounced p/esence of Rich Cream is found only  in Purest Milk. That is the kind we sell. We inv;te  you to become a judge bv giving ua a trial. Phone Orders  to E. 32, and same will be promptly attended to and delivered daily.  W. A. McKAY & SONS  Phone 12, the Cosmopolitan grocery.  ��� Jos. Black returned to Republic on  Monday.  Lost���Bunch of keys; finder return  to Pioneer for reward.  Miss Grace McKenzie is spending a  week with friends in Greenwood.  Randolph Stuart of Greenwood was  a visitor in the city on Wednesday.  H.   VV.   F.   Behnson, M.P. of Vic  toria, was in the city on Thursday.  Dr. McLean of Greenwood called  on friends in town on Friday evening.  Expert watch repairing at Black's  jewelry store; satisfaction guaranteed.  To rent, house on Ironsides avenue;  convenient to mines; apply to C. A.  Ross.'. ���'  Fresh milk daily from the Phoenix  Dairy for sale at Ellis' confectionery  store.'  Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Prosser left  yesterday for Dixie, Wash., where they  spend the summer.  The Sherry Musical Comedy company, the great fun makers, will be in  Phoenix on July 8th.  O. B. Smith, superintendent of  Granby mines, is on a trip to the Port-  Jar d Canal district.  August Jackson of Rossland, who  owns the Central hotel in Phoenix was  in the city on Wednesday.  Rev. R. W. Hibbert and Mrs. Hib-  bert left I hursday for North Yakima,  Wash., on a visit to friends.  J. A. Hartley, who recently left  Phoenix for tHe coast, is now located  in the jewelry'business  at  Ladysmirh.  Dr. R. A. Scott arrived in town  Tuesday evening to become associated  with Dr. Dickson in medical   practice.  Song services will be held in the  Methodist church on Sunday evenings  during the absence of Rev. Mr. Hibbert.  John Seward, formerly local manager of the Dominion Copper company, returned to Greenwood on Tuesday.  John Tait   is  experimenting in the  cultivation of the calabash gourd near  Greenwood, having imported seed from  South Africa. ���  The estimated amount of the receipts of the city of Grand Forks for  the current'year is $57,015, expenditures, $50,015.  The article re smuggling at Midway  in our last issue was taken from the  Chesaw News and unintentionally not  credited to that paper.  T. McAstocker returned to Nelson  Monday after a week's visit here with  his brother, C. J. McAstocker. He  has purchased a ranch at Christena.  The Phoenix school trustees visited  Greenwood school on Tuesday and  will probably model the new school in  Phoenix similar to the Greenwood  building.       y>  If you are thinking of building  or  require building material of any   kind  ���lumber, shingles,   lime,   brick���call  on me  for figures.    Phone A44.    C  A. Ross.  Mrs. John Swanson and family, accompanied by Mrs. P. J. Cook left  Friday for their ranch near Curlew,  Wash., where they will spend a couple  of months.  Work on the new road to Central  camp is progressing favorably. The  right-of-way will soon be cleared and  actual roadmaking has been commenced at the Hartford end.  The Grand Forks city council will  ptition the C.P.R. for a change in the  company's: running schedule in the  Boundary, being dissatisfied with the  schedule recentlyinaugurated.  J. F. McDougall returned on Saturday from a trip to Vancouver and  other coast cities. Mrs. McDougall  will remain at the coast for a couple of  months. ,  Senator H. E. Kennedy of Seattle  arrived in town Monday on a visit to  L. Y. Birnie, and both gentlemen are  now chasing the speckled beauties on  the north fork. Mrs. Kennedy is the  guest of her sister, Mrs  Birnie.  D. Whiteside of Grand Forks has  been appointed district deputy grand  master for the Boundary district by  the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge. He  will instal the new officers of Snowshoe  lodge on the evening of July nth.  Danny Deane, Joe Thornton, Wm.  Hughes, John Fallen, W. Moore and  W. R. Williams attended a reception  of the Grand Forks aerie, F.O.E., to  their worthy grand president in Grand  Forks last week. Mr. Williams pre  sided over Uie toast list at a smoker.  ring was found  in- the  apply   at   the  Pioneer  A key on a  opera house;  office  J. S. Boyce leaves in a few days for  a cruise of the north fork of the Kettle  river.  W. VanWaggener returned on Saturday after a trip of some, weeks to  Alberta.  Frank Knott and Miss Gertrude  Knott of Erickson are visiting friends  in town.  Brighten your rooms with wall paper  now: selling at reduced prices at A.  Almstrom's.  Mrs. W. Hower and Miss Cora  Dawson' returned Wednesday from a  trip to Spokane.  ' Danny Deane left Wednesday for  Reno, Nevada, to see the big Johnson-  Jeffries fight.  George Gillespie of the Hunter-  Kendrick company left last Saturday  on a fortnight's holiday at the coast.-  The semi annual installation of the  officers of Phoenix Rebekah lodge will  take place next Wednesday evening.  Owing to Friday our regular press-  day, being a holiday, the Pioneer has  gone to press a day earlier this week.  All the local mines were closed yesterday (Dominion Day). The Granby  will remain closed today, but will  operate tomorrow.  In the garden of Mrs. W. Keron of  Grand Forks, is growing a pure green  rose. Blossom, foliage and stock all  being the same shade.'  Ed. Balfour, formerly master mechanic - at the Snowshoe, was in town  from Koch siding on business and  called on old friends.  H. M. Laing. the gmial general manager of the Phoenix Greenwood stage  line, spent part of this week at Grand  Forks and Chesaw, Wash.  A number from Phoenix attended  the big Scandinavian picnic at Nelson  on Friday. A. O. Johnson was one of  the judges in the list of sports.  Reports of the big Johnson-Jeffries  fight at Reno, Nev., will be received  by special wire at the Brooklyn hotel  on Monday evening, July 4th  SEASON'S SENSATION  IN LOCAL BASEBALL  Knights of Pythias Challenges  Odd Fellows  The people of the city are about to  be   confronted   with   the   opportunity  of witnessing  one  of the  most sensational baseball battles that have ever  been pulled off this side of mars.   The  date'is July  7   while  6.30  is the appointed   hour.    The opposing   forces  will   be   representatives  of  the  local  lodges of the ancient   mystic  fraternal  organizations   of   Odd.   Fellows   and  Knights of Pythias.    The  game has  been   brought  about   by the Knights  issuing a challenge to the Odd Fellows.  There has been  a great flutter  in  both lodge circles since the announce  ment    of  the   game   and   remarkably  brilliant talent is being brought into action, each   lodge  unearthing sufficient  recruits'for two teams     Both sides are  confident of success and a freezer of  ice cream has been decided on as the  wager.  Neither the line ups have yet been  completed, though we have been given  lists from which the winners and losers  will be selected. The batteries, however, have been tried out, the pitchers  have the latest in curves, while the  catchers are in the pink   of condition.  K. OF P. TEAM  S. Lundie, pitcher; Pat Clune,  catcher; H. Hoodwin, ib.; J. E. Carter, 2b.; G. Thompson, 3b ; A Butter-  worth, 4th b.; A. Cook, r.f; G. Kay,  l.f.; A. F. Geddes, c.f.; J. Findlay, s.s.;j  W. X. Perkins, spare man.  OFFICI _LS  F. Werner, captain; H. Reid, manager; J. A. Morrin, head coach; F.  Graham, ambulance corps, and J.  I^ang, assistant; A. Almstrom, mascot;  R. McCracken, water carrier.  ODD FKLLOWS TEAM  R. W. Hibbert. pitcher: W. Ross,  catcher; T. Bean, ib.; J. P. McKenzie,  2b.; W. Jackson, 3b.; D. Stafford, 4b.;  A. G. Howe, r.f.; A. Love, c.f.; W.  Brewer, If; C. Wootton, s.s.; G. J.  Corbet, spare man.  OFFICIALS  F. J. McDougall, captain: John  Swanson, manager; Dr. Dickson, head  coach; J. Love, scorer; P. Cranley,  mascot; and W. Van Waggoner, assistant; D. Paterson, ambulance corps;  and F E. Brine, assistants. McLeod,  water carrier; W. Pickard and R. Morrison, time keepers.  His Worship  Mayor   Matheson   has]  I been decided on as  umpire on  strikes  i_twiiAi����fri��^iiii_tf^i*wa*_j^i��  For Young Men  man looks his best when he is dressed in keeping  with the weather.    It is not necessary to go  to great expense in order to dress well.  Our suits are made to hold their  stylish form till worn out.  1  1  STRAW   HATS  The Straw Hat season is now here, and  we have a nice selection to choose from  We have just received a full new line of  SHIRTS and TIES for Summer Wear  .  N.J.CARMSCO.'VK"  WHERE THE GOOD CLOTHES COME FROM  AMMMWMMMMM<MW|WMHWM��M|  ���MlM^I  \  Like  eating,   adverting  should   be/and ba(Js and Jas. Mars,'la��� ^ umpTe  continuous.     When   today's   breakfast  will answer for tomorrow's, you can ad  vertise on the same piinciple.  the bases.  Wanted-Placer Mine  Engineer has client desiring placer  property, either dredging or hydraulic  that will stand examination as to physi  cal conditions necessary for  its opera  tion     Or would consider quartz mine,  State full particulars in first letter.  P. Q. Box 235, New York City.  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the partnership heretofore existing between James Summers and Anpelo  Schulli as proprietors of the Dominion  Hotel, Phoenix, under the firm name of  Summers & Schulli, has this day been  dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts due the said firm are to be paiil  to James Summers, and all accounts  against the said firm will be paid by  him.  Anoblo Sohui.m.  James Summrbs.  June 23, i��10.  Dry wood in car lots.     Apply to  J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Royal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND  BOWLING  ALLEYS  Phoenix Railway Timetable.  C.   p.   R.  Leaves for Eholtand Nelson 11.30 a.m.  Amves     ���- ������ -.     3.50 p.m.  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane ' .. ..     9.00 a.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     5.10 p.m.  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARKER SHOP  in connection.  AN  EASY SHAVE  STYLISH  HAIRCUT  REFRESHING  MASSAGE  INVIGORATING   SHAMPOO  J. 6. Miles, Tohsorial Artist  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try  The Famous  Koh'noor  Chocolates  There are none  Better  1  CELERY  NERVINE  When sleep is denied  tho tired, nervous, "rundown" woman, she can not  be blamed for becoming  melancholy and hopeless.  There ia no better nerve  tonic for suffering women  than Nyai's Celery Nervine.  It purifies the blood, regulates the digestive organs  and acts directly upon the  nerve centers. It has restored to good, health women  who had not known a well  day for years.  To the weak, pale and  anemic it gives strength,  ruddy complexion and  plenty of good, rich blood.  It is not a "cure all," but  it is a splendid nerve tonic,  blood purifier and tonic  laxative.   Price, $1.00.  cosgrove & ihcastocker, Proprietors  SOLD   BY  John   Love,  Druggist  Greenwood  Lots for Sale  John  DRUGBIST  jLove  PHOENIX, B.C.  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.  100 Suits at Cost  Must Be Cleared Otit  Having taken over the Merchant Tailoring business  of Julius Carson, I am going to CLEAR OUT ALL  READY-MADE MEN'S SUITS at prices which will  mean a Bargain for every purchaser. Prices for choice  Tweed Suits range from $8.75 up.    Call and see them.  JO to %5 Pet Cent  Off All S��its  When  this   Stock  is  cleared,   I   will   handle  Suit  Lengths only and guarantee first-class Tailoring.  SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED  *��� L.'Wood ft&?  R. Ho*rell's Old Scand, Upper Town  I  Heavy Praying  I  'IP'-.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling done, let us do  it for you. That is our Business, and we have the equipment  to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-CIass Wood  We also have a supply of first-class cordwood, short or lonf;,  and  can deliver  it  on  short  notice. "   Phone   your  order   to  McElroy Bros* i=^ phoenix, n.c  ���?KS&'-'  ^saLfv---:.:''  '���JtJKffefrffe  '��������� ���$���$$$$  'iiilE

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