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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 23, 1910

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 my-  W0$4?':  1  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL,  1��M,  iMjElCEVENTH   YKAR.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, JULY 23,  i9i6;  FOR YOUR  /; Look over the I/ist of Good      ^w-**-^  Things at the BIG STORE    ;V> ^'.  New Potatoes, 8 lbs. for 25c.  New Cabbage, 6 cts. per.lbr//  New Turnips, 5 cents per bunch  Cucumbers (large) 20c. each  Ripe Tomatoes, 20c. peflb.  Water Melons, 6c. per poundr ���  Ripe Plums, 15c. per pound:} ;   ���  Ripe 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, 15c. per basket  Corn on Cob, 65c. per gallon can .  fresh Brandon Creamery Butter, sib. $i.oo  LETTUCE,  SPINACH, ;RADISHES,  YOUNG, t  ONIONS,.PIE PLANT, etc .threat abundance.*-f  CHERRIES for Preserving are at their best, leave your orders TODAY  for  delivery  the first ot the week.  '#-  ufiT^C).  AUDITOR'S REPORT  FOR SIX MONTHS  City's Finances Are in Healthy  - - Condition  , - The. "regular meeting of the. city  council took place Wednesday evening,  Mayor Mathe3on;and, Aldermen Ross;  Gosgrove^Brtier andj Almstrom being  present.  'The auditor's report of the city's  books.ferine first six months of the  year was presented, showing the city's  finances in a healthy conditicn. Receipts amounted to $6,029, while the  expenditures were $5,893; cash on  hand $1,136.  (  ^, Tlie Board of Works was authorized  to proceed with the widening of First  street bridge, adjoining the King's arid  Queen's hotels. >..���  The bylaw taxing real estate agents  passed its third reading, and the municipal . rate, bylaw, making the city's  total rate of taxation 22 mills, received  its first reading.     t j   _    J  'James 'Summers was allowed a refund of $40 on his license for the  Dominion hotel, covering the time the  hotel was closed on account of being  quarantined. a  The following accounts were examined and passed: ������  Phoenix Electric Light Co.  McElroy Bros      James Marshall   Phoenix Postoffice   Morrin, Thompson Co   . ..  Phoenix Livery. ��� ���."   Dr.-R. H.-Scott   D.-A.^Gwnt.   J. G. McKeown      B.C Telephone Co      15 95  C.'Meinel _      12.00  Isaac Crawford "      30.00  U.S. Fidelity Co        7.50  Boundary Mining Notes  A shaft is being sunk'on the coal  mine near Midway.  The Jewel mine buildings were in  serious danger from, forest fires early  in the week but'are now out of danger  Granby shares struck rock at $20  and are now gradually climbing the  ladder, being now at $34. They will  reach the old figures again.  The old machine shops on Granby  hill have been removed and development is under way to secure a large  body of good ore over which the ouild-  ing was located. ;  Archie Aberdeen, Was calling on  friends in town Wednesday, looking  hale and hearty.' Notwithstanding his  four score years he is still one of, the  Boundary's most active miners and  leaves this week for the Similkameen  to do-assessment work <pn his claims  there. .. ��� '���'-;   ��������..  The court, of. revision of .:the city's  assessment roll took place on Monday.  The most ��� important : matter was the  objection.of the New Dominion Copper  company to paying school tax on their  properties. . Their objections, however,  were:.filed too late for,taction to be  $112.00  taken.,, '.. : -,/j-.  18.28]     Twenty men are now' employedj"on  6.301 development work  at the   Fife-mine.  GRUESOME FIND OF  JOHN THOMAS' BODY  Had Been Dead Several Days  Before Discovered  Last Saturday morning a gruesome  find was ' made when the remains of  John. Thomas were found in bed in his  room in the old H.-K. building on Old  Ironsides avenue, death having apparently occurred ten days previously.  The odor surrounding the building  led to an investigation and his room  was broken into by Constable Darraugh  The body was lound in bed in the position Thomas had apparently gone to  sleep. Everything else about the  rooms was orderly. A jury was em-  pannelled late in the afternoon, but as  the remains were badly decomposed a  satisfactory postmortem examination  was impossible, and the jury returned  a verdict of "found dead." Interment  took place in the city cemetery.  Thomas had been' work ing 'in-the  Granby 'mines " for some-years, but  during the past few weeks had given  evidence of being demented, expressing  a delusion that he was accused of certain crimes and was being pursued.  He is said to have owned a valuable  farm in Washington state. He was  about 45 years of age and'was last seen  alive on July 4th.  Boundary Side Lights  ;���" The 'Royal'Bank has moved into its  handsome   new   quarters   at   Grand  Forks.  ':? H' Bunting, ex-mayor of Green wood,  left that city this week to, locate in  Calgary.'.;^' j.v (VT y?\ y': ., J  j. Mayor Mcintosh of Greenwood is on  ai trip in the east in the interests of  Boundary mining.  ;; Messrs.'McRae arid McLaren have  set out some 200 fruit trees "oh their  Deadwood ranch.  The first fall fair ofthe Kettle Valley  Agricultural association will be held at  Midway on October 6th and 7th.  J. D. McNiven, fair wages officer of  the department of labor, Ottawa, was  a visitor in the Boundary this week.  The death of Mrs. Dr. Nelson,  mother of Mrs. Silas Smith of Mother  Lode, occurred recently in New Brunswick.  .The Hartford hotel is now sparkling  with a fresh coal of paint. Mr. Bast  sett is having the building generally  renovated. ���-.-.������.,-...  An effort is being made to arrange a  special train to run from the Boundary  to attend the meeting to be addressed  by,Sir Wilfrid Lautier, prime   minister  JACKPOT MINE IS  MAKING BIG SHOWING  Full  1     1;  3-5?  5-65  14.00  10.00  50.00  i-75  THE PRINQLE STOCK COMPANY  Phoenix I  B. C Copper Smelter in  ;'���'.    Blast  The entire battery of three furnace?  at the British Columbia Copper com**  pany's smelter is again in full blast  and' the returns are getting back to the  old figures, the smelter'now treating  close to 2000 tons daily. j    |  The management had planned a  smelting capacity of 3000-ions-daily  by enlarging two ol, the, furnaces, ��one  of which had been taken down in read-  ness for the new work. The equipment had been ordered from a Spokane  firm, but fire and labor' troubles prevented them filling the order, and  after some time, the company rebuilt  the old furnace, which was blown in a  few days ago, so ;that the smelter is  again operating at its old capacity.  The British Columbia Copper company, during the month of June earned  approximately $3500. The heavy gold  values which have been present in the  company's ores lately, as a result of the  shipments from the Jackpot mine, in  Wellington camp, still continue, and  have been a material factor in the company's operating profits, even though  the copper metal market bas been, unfavorable. Recent bullion shipments  made by the company show 46 J4 per  tai  Tbe Hospital   Otace  The directors of the  Phoenix hospi-  desire   to   acknowledge  receipt of  [ Build Your Own fortune  B  i 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 smalpcashCpa'yipents'and-  Easy Terms.       Place'your order with qurLocal, Agents,_.,���,..���.,.���,,..... ���,:,���,,,*-,  Cosgrove   ��.  McAstocKer  We cordially  Invite  YOU   to call   and  see us when visiting Sdokane  International Investment & Realty %  J. L. MARTIN, President  403-4 Eagle Block  Spokane, Wast.  MEN'S  SUITS  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.  $261.25, the net returns from the re-  c-nt^dano*. and to express their ereat-  ful'appreciation to" those who "assisted  in its success, particularly to the committee���Mrs. J.. J. Sirutzel, Mrs.James  Some splendid ore was taken out of the I Excellent OrtknlMtloa T��' Show   I  property early in the year,  but  tecent  work has not  proven so' satisfactorily.  New capital has been secured, however,  and its promotors are confident  they  will proveup a good shipper.  R. P. Williams,   of  Vancouver,   the  genial   provincial    agent   for   the   Canadian Rand   Drill   company,   was   in  camp    Monday'  and   ^Tuesday.':    Mr.  Williams    visits    the   ,various   mining  centres of the province] frequentlyand   the   summer.     The   Pringle   Co.  reports business generally pretty  good. I combining  He left Wednesday for, Vancouver   en  route for Nome, Alaska.  of Canada, the latter part of August,  At Nelson a printers board of  tradelcent of   roetair,c   value  in   *old  *nd  ... N���t Wetk 1 was organized   for  the  Kootenay and!silver' Principally,gold.  _.���..:,���_.. '���'-���''"'���"���ii   Boundary districts, the object being to\     Development work at  tbe  Rawhide  The   Pringle   Stock   company   will I. ' ., ?7 .��� "*     L,mi nf Ae   New"~TVon.imoh " Conner  .      & ,.������ . 1 improve,, in  so. far   as-possible;  thelmine ��       e uonnnion  v-opper  open a short season at tbe opera house 1     r t~~ ����=,   mc| ,.._,_._    ���  _,   ,__   .,__  oh Monday, July 25th: This excellent  organization is the oldest stock company in Canada, having played all the  larger cities in the western and eastern  provinces! They have Just finished a  six weeks engagement in  Victoria  and/  present conditions of the printing trade.\comP*ny' which "ls fOMtoM  b*   **!  ,v    t i_ .tl il        r  ^     A British Columbia company, is progres-  On June 15th the number  of hotel    .     r        .,       . .      , ,  sing favorably, with a fqrcejof ^ojnenj  but actual shipments to tbe Greenwood  smelter will not commence for.about a  month.            -        ��� . - ��� -  licenses in Greenwood were cut down  to five, the Imperial, Norden, Pacific,  Windsor and National being the survivors. The annual fee has been raised  are playing the mountain towns during/ to *So��-  The   Pringle   Co.   are/'   The Kettle Va/Iey railway  company,       .        .   f   .���;.,,.__ -_r.,._���u' �� ���  m  ... I u���      c. j cc        . *r     -....      u      / engineering staff of the CrranDy com  business    with  ��� pleasure./ have fitted up offices at Aferntt,  where/__"        __..?      __    ,__   .u_   ___' .__   They will play Banff during the.entire/ they make headquarters  for  the  con  month of August     The   Pringle   Co    struction of the railway in that district.  j Merritt citizens are preparing  to   ban-  H.J.  Back Irom PortUai Carnal . _,  C. McDonald,'formerly on the  - A(^|jeBt to Corapretgor  ...���Half.of Granby's Dig sixty dnlLcom  pressor plant is out of commission   as  Weir, Miss Peterson, Miss  Walsh and  a resu|t of a serlous mishap this week  Miss Robeitson���who worked so1 un-  tiringly to-rnake the event the   success  it was     The directors have undertaken  a large number of improvements at the  hospital and the money from the dance  has come at  a   very  opportune  time.  The gross receipts were $292 75, while  the expenses weie $31.50.     -  ThecorrimiiteeAvishtb'return thanks  to all those who  contributed  to  make  tfie   "dance'."' if ^success:/ Thej_Miners'  Union, for free use of hall;  Dr.   Dickson, music; O.- B.  Smith, ice  cream;  Morrin, Thompson Co., cream, oranges,  lemons, ham and sugar; C. D. Hunter,  suear and lemons;' J. O. Ellis,  lemons;  P. Purns & Co., ham, pork and butter;  the Pioneer, printing.    The following  ladies contributed towards the supper:  Mrs Heidman, Mrs O. B. Smith, Mrs  W.   H.   Dickson,   Mrs  Stafford,   Mrs  Hawthorn, Mrs Dewar, Mrs McKeowm  Mrs;W,ebster,fMrs Marshall, Mrs Murray,-Mrs Strufzel, MrsdBell, Mrs Shea,  Mrs Birnie, Mrs Graham, Mrs Elkins,  Mrs-Ingram. "Mrs' Lugram, Mrs McKenzie, Mrs Prendergast/;,'|Mrs  Bush,  Mrs Mclnhis,  Mrs McDonald,/'Miss  McGrade, Mrs;Lundie, Mrs  Pickard,  Mrs Ross, Mrs Miller, Mrs Tait,  Mrs  Hilier, Mrs Larson;  Mrs  L'Hereaux,  Mrs   Pierce,. Mrs   Morrin,   Mrs   Mc-  Kelvie,  Mrs Biesel, Mrs  Biner;  also  Messrs. .   Ellis.    Fuller,    McDonald,  Campbell    and      Prendergast. .   Mrs  Sturgeon, flowers for tables.       ^  GENTS,  FURMSHIMGS  Land Boon at Christens Lake  A general land boom has sprung up  at Christena Lake with the many applications to secure building lots and  the attractiveness of the Boundary's  popular summer resort becoming better  known. Last week we reported the  purchase of a block by T. McAstocker  of Nelson, including about 47 acres,  and a smaller plot by T. B. Cosgrove  of Phoenix, while a number of others  from Phoenix and Grand Forks have  been securing lots and building cottages. Mr. Cosgrove returned this  week from surveying and improving  his acquision. It in on the waterfront  and adjoins Ole Johnson's property,  upon which Mr. Johnson has his commodious Christena Lake hotel, dance  pavilion and other summer resort  attractions. Mr. Cosgrove has also  purchased a choice tract of 52 acres  further up the lake, with residence and  fruit trees.    The  purchase  price  wai  $5000.''^a,-/^i y  ���! He cause of the accident is not given  out, but the machinery of one of the  two sections of the power plant was  shifted from its foundations and at  least a month will be required to repair  the damage done, which will include  the construction of entirely new foundations: The other '���ection of the  plant is operating as usual  Although the accident will be a  costly one. for the Granbj company,  the operations at the mine have not  been interfered with, through the ability  of the Granby to tap mains and secure  additional air from the Dominion Cop  per company's compressor The latter,  which had only been supplying air for  the Rawhide mine, is now being operated continuously and the Granby is  able to keep up its regular work.  W. Byers,   formerly of  Phoenix,  now located on Texada Island.  UNTOLD DAMAGE  FROM FOREST FIRES  Blazes in Various Parts of the  Boundary _-  Forest fires have been doing untold  damage thrcugout the' interior and  have been particularly destructive in  east Kootenay, where four lives were  lost and many towns in serious danger.  Fires have also raged fiercely in  different parts of the Boundary arid  large areas have been burned. A big  blaze was spreading to Phoenix from  Summit camp early in the week and  powder had to be hurriedly removed  from the magazine on the Eholt road;  the West Kootenay power lines were  also in imminent danger at several  times, some of the poles being burned.  A fire spread close to the Snowshoe  and Rawhide mines on Tuesday, but  forces of men got it under control.  Midway, Long Lake and North  Fork districts have also been badly  scorched. A party of Phoenix young  men returning from Lynch creek had  a difficult time making their way home,  burning trees having fallen across the  road.  Forest rangers have had a busy time  of it, and men on government road-  work have been turned to fire-fightine,  forces. The C.P.R. have issued instructions that its trains are to stop at  FLOREK' E   PRINOLE  are playing at popular prices, and their  repertoire consists of the latest up-to-  date comedies and dramas. There is  no lone waits between the acts as they  will introduce high-class vaudeville thus  making the performance continuous  The opening play will be the five-act  comedy-drama "A Woman in the Case"  and there will be new play nightly.  The following plays will be presented,  "A Woman in the Case," "What Happened to Junes," "Paid in Full," "Convict's Daughter," "A Wise Woman''  "Reaping the Harvest" and a grand  matinee Saturday. Seats on sale at  Tom Brown's.  I quel the president of the company, J.  J Warren, to mark the starting of construction work on the railway.       ���  The Ladysmith hotel at Greenwood,  owned by Ola Lofstad, was burglarized  last Friday night. The cash register  and safe were rifled, the burglar se;  curing $310 in cash and rare coins and  curious valued at $1500. The police  have been working on the case but as  yet have no clue.  The Fort George district appears to  have been a disappointment to those  who left the Boundary for the northern  districts in the spring. According to  letters received in Phoenix it is probable  that the majority of those who left here  will return to the copper camp in the  fall.  Following are the officers of Greenwood lodge, Knights of Pythias, tor  the current term: CC, W. Lawson;  V.C, W. Johns; Prelate, J. Hatch-  field; M. of A., A. J. Lind; M. of W.,  S. Storer; I.G , J. Johns; O.G., G.  Evans; K. of R. S., A. J. Logan; M. of  F., Norman McLeod; M. of E., A. F.  Thomas.  pany, but who for the past three  months has been doing special work at  the Hidden Creek mine in the ,Port-  land Canal district, arrived m the city  Monday to spend a~few"days.'cDuring"  his entire stay> at "the Hidden Creek  mine rain fell almost continuously.  He came here direct from Stewart,  having had to go to that point to get  passage on a boat to. Vancouver; He  states that there is- a great deal of  building going on in,the,new town, including a commodious hotel with about  75 rooms; there are probably about 50  cottages in course of construction. But  the business of the town itself could  not be considered buoyant and the  majority of mining properties are only  in the prospect stage. Mr. McDonald  is now connected with the Canadian  Rand company. ,  Cole���McLoafblla  The marriage of two former popular  young people of Phoenix took place  at the home of the bride, Sweetsburg,  Quebec, on June 20th, when the nup  tials of George E. Cole and Miss Mary  E. McLoughlin were celebrated. Their  many friends in Phoenix will wish  them a joyous trip on the sea of matrimony.  n July jj, 'io  j BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The followini. table give* the ore ahlvments of Boundary mtnea lor   1900.  1901   1903,  I 1903, 1904. 1905.  1906. t907, 1908, 1909 and 1910, aa reported to tbe Phoenix Pioneer���  Mink. 1902       1903       1904       t905 1906  |Grauby Mine... 309,858 393,7m   549.703 653,889 801404  3now��hoe .    20.800    71,312    ~...     8426  Phoenix Atnal..    _      j B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode.... 141426 138,079   174,298 147,570 105,900  1907 1908 1909 . 1910 Week I  6��3.S37 1028,747 1,067,983 650,149 W.479.  135,001       48,826      170,360    86.880     2,110 }  Demonstration Orchard for Boundary  Victoria, July 19���W. E. Scott,  deputy minister of agriculture, is leaving tomorrow on an extended tour of  the province, preliminary to the allotment of the government's demonstration orchards to various sections. The  deputy minister will traverse the Kam  loops, Okanagan, Kootenay, Colnmbia  valley, P'��indary, Cranbrook, Rossland and leighboring districts. He  does not expect to decide during his  travels the precise locations of each of  ihe demonstration orchards, but rather  to select the localities in which these  will be placed. Final selection will,  however, be made in ample time for  autumn planting, where this  is   desir-  $f$t��:iS  able, as to the lower mainland and on  any point to pick up or let off fuel Vancouver island, and for spring plant-  rangers and forces as may be required.' ing elsewhere.  B. C. Mine.  Kr.ima -  Oro Denoro....  Jackpot -..  I Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyu-Slcm-  Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunaet.   Mountn Rose..  Athelatan   Morrison H  ! R. Bell...   J Senator   I Brey Fogle   No. 37   I Reliance.   j Sulphur King-.,  j Winnipeg. ......  I Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  3ig Copper   I No. 7 Mine   ] City ol Paris   .Jewel ���   I Riverside   ]Carmi   i Sally   I Kambler   I Butcher Boy....  Duncan   I Providence   I Klkhorn   i Strathmoie   I Golden Eagle...  1 Preaton   1 Prince Henry...  J Skylark   1 Last Chance ....  1 K. P. tJ. Mine...  1 Bay   ] Bonnie Belle....  1 Don Pedro   I Crescent,,   ] Bruce   1 Republic ���..  j Miscellaneous,..  14,811  8.530  19.365  ��.9J7  ��� 5.537  J7,96o  16,400  9.485  J.007  MS8  ",804  3.177  2oH_3��i  1,712  18,274  14.481  X45  3" .*59  35��.433 189,305     8,400}  7.455    '5.731  .'.'.'Z.'    "s^ii  3.339  3'.35��    55.73" '40,685    2.960  3,070      25,108 26,032  3.'50     3.056 48,390  4.747 3.555  150  j6s  4.58?  43.*M  ��.��53  64.173  3'.'70  3��.��58  66,630  5.78o  10,740  3.802  530  lao  S��3  785  615  482  2,060  "���"890  ��.435  .._.     ...._.  649  S.450  222  3*4  S3  T.833  J3  150   .     '���"��������  .'.'.'.'"'.'  "'580  8.953  6408  1.935  318  3J4  1*5  993  400  167  SCO  726  50  3��  60  750  ...30  ���45  7.0  150  5tt  689  73  Soo  ...30  106  76  1.140  40  140  90  "oj  40  TOO  108  15  5&9  30  45  146  390  3��  30  310  Total,tons  508,876 690.419 830,808 433,628 1.161.5371.148,357 1,487.480 1.598,71s 934 S��7 3'.*4' I  J 8inciter treatment���  J Granby Oo........  313.340401,911   252,596687,988838,879   637,626   1037,5441,042,83762783521,5051  iB.C.CopperCo.    148,600 103,913   210,484110330123,740   14L95'    3��4i85o   341.370 171,535   9.085 f  J Dom. Cop. Co    133.570    30.930   81,059318,811    153.439      33,666      ���   j Total reduced.     460,940 697,404 837,66^ 982,877 1.173.430 1,133.017 t.359.o6o 348.439    m  ���Sis  ������:��  ��t��f PHOENIX PIONEER. .-p.HOEMX* 1.8,  th-  �����  -  for Mil!. 5ote ami Swlii? feet  In Summer the feet ache, perspire and feel damp and uncomfortable.    Cool shoes and thin stockings help  some, but not enough  If You 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, over comes friction at the ninching  places, prevents formation of corns and blisters.  SPRINKLE TOP CANN1STERS, 25 Cents.  LOVES DRUG STORE  PRESCRIPTIONS   CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.  UPPER TOWN        j�� PHOENIX, B. C.  QVWffi.  3S��$S  ssras  EGm NARROWS BRIDGE  Bylaws Election in District Set for Saturday,  July 23rd  &WW,?TO  Money and Agreement Bylaws Passed Three Readings  J  (Noith Vancouver Express)  A definite move has been made by  the district council in regard to the  construction of the Second Narrows  bridge, and at last evening's meeting  of that coun il the clerk reported that  a petition sufficiently signed had been  presented asking the council to submit  a bylaw for the purpose of borrowing  $250,000 to  purchase   shares   in the  gate debt ofthe municipality will be  $393>ooe>' The last revised assessment roll shows the assessment to he  $5>*43.646'  The agieement between the council  and the company.for the purchase by  the former of 2,500 shares in the B. I.  T. & B. Co. at $100 each was given  three readings. The agreement which  the reeve said had been sanctioned by  &  QUEEN'S HOTEL  DRAYING  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Danny Deane, Manager  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by steam,  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 CKiARS.  Centrally Located Corner   Bridge and   Kncb Hill  Avenue  Bridge  Of all  kiii.lri   promptly  attends  to.    Rapid Express and Bairga>re  Transfer.    Careful attention to ��.  orders. Phone ArV  JAHES G. flcKEOWN  A. S. HOOD,  Acciden Insurance.  PI re, Lite and  Ocaeral Agca. .  STHAM   HEATED  ELECTRIC  LIGHTING  TELEPHONE   48  and   26  Tiim^iis^iiiiiiim^^miii^mimiiiimmmiK  Burrard   Inlet   Tunnel   and    Bridge | the company provided for work being  The Phoenix Pioneer  Aa*J Boundary Mining Journal.  m  ismsbd am (ATUBDars a* Taw  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ���� raourix. a. c.  I ataaaaaaa eBcc Mo. 14.  IMaavaicfa naidaaca, Ho. is.  '.^^^.^.���^^^���^^������^^.^���fci^i^i ���  (���aaCSIFTMt.    IM ADTaMCB.  fatTaar..  To taw PnltallaUs. *m ymx   T. ALFRED LOVC. NUajaaBM  ,...|a.aa  .... i.aj  ... t.s*  ,                     f  j  1         CUN.ONI  TBS&s'  '                   1  "Saturday,  July  ��3.  191O          r  they would become most valuable Pro  vincial assets.'  director's visit to ��. c.  The Director gives an account of the  visit made, in company with Hon.Wm.  Templeman, to various points on the  west coast of British Columbia and the  Yukon.  His description of Portland canal is  timely on account of the mining boom  which is this year centreing in this district. The discussion of the lode deposits of the Atlin and Yukon is an in  teresting and instructive feature, particularly that in regard to the origin of  the Yukon placers and the possibilities  of gold quartz.  He also gives a summary of the oil  prospects of the Province of Alberta.  Queen Charlotte islands are receiving the attention of mining men at  present, and Mr. McConnell's description of the mineral occurrences on  these islands will prove helpful.to those  whose attention is being directed to  their exploitation.  OTHER B.C. REPORTS  W. VV. Leach reports the discovery  of promising silver-lead deposits in the  Hazelton district.  Company.   The bylaw for this amount  was submitted and passed three  readings, and the date of election was set  for  Saturday,  July   23rd.     The  full  council was picsent and the reeve, who  is one of the  promoters of company,  vacated the chair while this matter was  up, and   Coun. Allan   was appointed  chairman.    The  bylaw, which  is to  authorize the  council   to  borrow the  $250,000, also provides for  the $14,-  140 being raised annually to meet the  interest and sinking fund.    Including  the load hereby authorized  the aggre*  started on the bridge within ten months  ofthe assent being given to the bylaw  by the Lieutenant Governor in Council,  and for the completion  of. 2  miles of  railroad before  the  lapse  of 3  years  after such consent is   received.    This  agreement has passed   three  readings  and   will  be  voted   on  at   the  same  time as the money bylaw.    The reeve  took   occasion  to  say   when   the  bylaw  was   being  introduced  "that the  bridge building is the key note to the  whole    development    of   the   North  Shore."  **afc*aa��a^^  W. 3 COOK  Secretary.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Matthew's BarDep shop  FOR   AN    EASY    SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  KingEdwardLodge, No.3o  A. F.and A. M.  Regular communication 8 p. m.     far,  >    ond Thursday of each month,  Emergent meetings ascalled;Masoni<  Hall, McHKle Block:.  K. S. FKASKK  W.M.  AIRSHIP FOR NEW CARIBOO  Proposal la Coooect Part George WHb Palais  ������ Caaadlaa Pacific Rallwar  The,following despatch from Victoria appears in the Montreal Star. In  Victoria itself, however, the papers  appear to have heard nothing of the  alleged enterprise:  Nowhere has the inauguration of  passenger airship service been observed  with more practical interest than in  British Columbia, and more particularly by those engaged in. promoting  colonization in New .Cariboo, having  Fort George as its future capital. The  necessity of securing immediate and  convenient transportation to this new  centre of population is acutely felt and  the airship is looked upon as offering  unique facilities for  meeting existing  Not Interested  The British government has no  power to prevent the exhibition of the  pictures of the Johnson-Jeffries fi_.hr,  according to a statement which Winston Churchill, secretary of - state for  home affairs, has made. There seems  to be little disposition in England to  exhibit these pictures. The leading  London music halls have declined to  show them.  ARIih Caaa  is  the  ore  in  So rich is the ore in the Sheep  Creek mining camp that it is claimed  that during the past 18 months more  gold bullion lias been produced than  from any other. free gold milling district in Canada.  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< ximodious sample rooms.  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager  Phoenix-  Greenwood  SUMMARY REPORT OF    /     C. H. Clapp reports on the geology / difficulties.in the nature of the country  Paoeals Railway TJawtakla.  C. P.   R.  GEOLOGICAL SURVEY I of the southern   end   of   Vancouver j to be traversed in securing connection I Leaves for Eholt and Nelson 11.30 a.m.  Tbe animal summary report of the  geological Survey, for the year 1909,  has recently been issued,, and is now  ;beiaf" distributed. This government  blue-book^is of special interest; since  the.reports are not only of an unusually varied and practical character, but  some of the subjects dealt with are of  national importance.  '    SUGGESTED B.C. PARKS  On pages 36, 27, and 29 is a brief  account by the director, R. W. Brock,  ; of a visit last summer, to the mountain  and valley region of the Kootenay-  Columbia divide. The 'suggested re  servation by British Columbia of the  two valley of Hamill and Toby creeks,  as a provincial park, is enthusiastically  endorsed. After entering Hamill creek,  says the Director:  ' A somewhat steep climb of 2,000  feet brings one to the level of the pass,  which is low and easy, considering the  rugged nature ofthe mountains through  which it leads. Several alpine glaciers  lie close, to the trail. Some of the  peaks exceed 10,000 feet in elevation,  and from their summits is to be seen  one of the finest and most extensive  panoramus in the Canadian Cordillera.'  This region has been made some  what famous by the Governor General,  Earl Grey.  On page 28, we read :  'Another magnificent site for a park  exists up Duncan river, in the 'Lime  dike*xounty, about the head of Hall,  Haley, Caribou, Gainer and Porcupine  creeks. Here the scenery is of the  peculiarly wild, airy type of the famous  'Dolomites'   of   the   Tyrolean  Alps?   'Such parks,' says the Director,  Hrould mean a great deal in the future  tourist travel in southern Kootenay,  which can soon be made one of the  . big 'industries' of the Province; so that  in addition to preserving in its natural  state tbe grandest of mountain scenery,  and forming a game and timber reserve,  [island. I with established railways.  Chas. Camsell furnishes a  descrip-f     The building of roads involves time,  tion of the Tulameen district, which is  remarkable for the variety of its mineral  deposits. ~.  R. L. Reinecke describes the Beaver-  dell district on the West Fork of the  Kettle river. This district is expected  to witness important mining developments on the advent of the projected  railway.   .  Mai loch describes the country along  the Grand Trunk Pacific between Tete-  Jaune Cache and Fort George.  O. E. LeRoy furnishes an important  report on the well-known silver-lead  district oi the Slocan.  S. J. Schoheld reports upon the St.  Mary River district, East Kootenay.  r  Ith  E    NEW   REMEDY   FOR  Nervous  Exliawstiioa  Indigestion, Heartburn, Dyspepsia and Constipation result more  often from, nervous exhaustion  than from food. Dieting or pills  will not avail. The only remedy is  nerve repair. "Asaya-Nbu  SAU," is and makes possible this  cure. It feeds the nerves, induce  sleep, quickens the appetite and  digestion, and these disorders disappear. $1.50 per bottle. Obtain  from the local agent.  JOHN LOVE.  O.N.  R. BRANCH  TO OKANAGAN  The construction by the Canadian  Northern Railway of a branch into the  Okanagan Valley from a point on the  main line of the company at or in the  vicinity of Kamloops is indicated by  reports received from Kamloops.  It is declared that in all probability  work on the building of this branch  will be started next year, and that it is  one of the railway lines which Premier  McBride had in mind when at the last  session of the provincial legislature he  prophesied for -British Columbia great  railway development on the heels of  the construction of the main line ofthe  Canadian Northern.  A reconnaisance survey of the route  proposed for the Okanagan branch is  reported to have been made by railway surveyors last year. Generally the  route, will, it is said, follow the old  stage route between Kamloops and the  Okanagan, traversing the Grand Prairie  district, Campbell Creek and the upper  Salmon River valley. The construction of a railway through this territory  would open up an immense tract of  very valuable agricultural land.  Offered by Dominion  The Dominion offers the mother  country a choice of work and pliy.  As a place in which to make a living  or to spend holidays, Canada is unrivalled by any part of the world. No  men or women who call themselves  imperialists can afford to neglect to  cross the American continent under  the British flag at least once in their  afe. If they go, they will get a rare  mental as well as physical tonic.  and time saving is regarded as extra  important at the present juncture. If  airships din be employed to .'connect  Fort'George with points on the Canadian. Pacific railway, a very obvious  difficulty' in Cariboo's colonization will  be solved. A group of capitalists particularly interested has therefore sent  an agent to Berlin to patronize the new  German agency of communication and  to investigate all incidental costs in  connection with the possible establish  ment of a similiar airship service in  central British Columbia.  If satisfactory arrangements can be  made the inauguration of aerial communication between Fort George and  Ashcroft may be brought about by  next - spring at least. The German  airship service covers a route of 300  miles in length and the dirigible em��  ployed is said to be able to travel 700  miles without, a stop. The speed on  the first trip averaged almost 35 miles  or> better than that of the ordinary passenger train on many western railroads.  The lifting capacity was 22 tons, while  with 20 passengers the total weight of  the load carried was five tons and a  half, including the restaurant car and  other equipment for the comfort of the  passengers. >  Such an airship might easily be navigated from points on the Canadian  Pacific mainland to the Cariboo, the  Chilcotin or Fort George. If two or  three stops were made at bases like  Quesnel it would not be necessary to  go more than 100 miles- in a single  flight en route from Ashcroft and vice  versa.  BOUNDARY a KOOTENAY tW ORE RECORD  ^ ���      ��� .  Sblpacafa aad Smelter Rttcclf la For 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:  Arrives     .. .. ..    3.50 p.m.  GREAT NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane      --���.'������     .   ...  9.00.a.m.  Arrives .. 5.10 p.m.  5 DAYS to Ihe  CHITINA COPPER REGION.  From SEATTLE! to this Bems.rka.ble New  Country is Now an Easy and Quick Journey by  ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Boats  to Cordova, thence over the COPPER RIVER  & NORTHWESTERN RT.  A VIRGIN HELD FOR PROSPECTORS  la at last available. It is the opportunity ot  a generation. Get ACCURATE Information  about it and also about THROUGH RATBS to  The Mitarod,  the " New Poor Han's Camp,"  By  application   to  The Alaska Steamship C��.,  Seattle, Wash.  SHIPMENTS. WEEK.  Boundary  .29,164  Rossland.........   5,434  East Columbia River 5,505  YEAR.  949,183  143,858  170.443  rotal..       40,103  r,262,484  RECEIPTS���  20,071  SMELTER  Granby   B.C  Copper Co.  Trail....'   7.079  8,434  67��i5��3  184,714  267,465  House for sale,   on   Old   Ironsides  avenue; living room all furnished; good  spring and  stable in connection;  j be sold cheap.   Apply to Mrs. P. G  Tinneiti,  Total  35,584 1.193,802  If you are thinking of building or  require building, material of any kind  ������lumber, shingles,  lime,   brick���call |  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  The Copper Handbook contains, - in  thia new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 60 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necesaarilv a better  book because of Hb greater balk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital iinporance to  Vol. VIII. issued May,. 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly .50 'per cent.  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with inine descriptions and  on statistics have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 85 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurviiea,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology.  Deposits by Districts. States, Countries  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Statistics of ?/odactlon, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends.  etc.  The Copper Handbook  is concededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  TERMS are the most liberal. 8end  no money, but order the book sent to  yon, all carriage charges prepaid on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Cap  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value ;o you?  PRICE r'B $5 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Stevaas  a^^mmmammw��mmamMma^ammmammaMMwmMmM*m0amma^^ .u  Stag;�� Line  i. 0...0. F.  dNO WSHOK LODGE NO. ��i  Meets every Mouday Evening at Miners'Ual  VIsIiIuk brethren cordially invited.  J    P. McKcnsle, Noble Uraud  W. A. PICKARD.Pln  Secy.  T. A. Bean. Record. 8��ry.  I'HOKNIX   AER1K   NO. IBS  alettsinDnion Hal  Friday evening*  'Visiting    brothr a  always welcome  .'.Thorion, W. P.  Orrln D. Bush,  W. Bee  HANNAM. CC.  K.ofP.L0D(,E,No.28   PIIOENlX, B.C. ���  Meets every Tuesday  Evkni.no at 7.30   :  Sojourning  Brothers Cordially  Welcomed.  G    W   THOMPSON  K. of a. a.  WOOD  I^eavePhoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.]  " " lower town, 10.00a.m. 1  Leave   Greenwood '   -        3.00 d. m.J  Standard Time  3-00 p.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phobnii Ornoi, With McRa* Baos., Knob Hill Ate.  Ii.   M.   LAING,  Prop.  safes****  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  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry   ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A 10  Reco Laundry  Lumber and Wood  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, Cord wood or Slabwood.  Phone No. A 44, and all orders for Lumber or Wood  will receive prompt attention. "  C A. ROSS, Phoenix  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  ���yy-       Thoie B 32  Johnson & Anderson  Wanted  A REPRESENTATIVE  FOR PHOENIX AND  DISTRICT.  The popularity of our stork (tjrown on  limestone soil, making hardier  and  *   longer lived trees than Coast urown  stock),   rs   acknowledged    by   KX  PERIENCEP      B   C.      FRUIT  GROWERS.  The B. C. Government Inspector  has congratulated us on the fact lhat  our stock is cleaner and finer than  shipped in by any other concern.  We offer a permanent position to  ihe right man, with libetal inducements.  m:y'^*yy^  pF^rciE-N^  sf:.-;;.K^]S?ic��:S'i^  ^REMEDY,  FJEB~>  Piiriics the Mood  NYAL'S BLOOD PURIFIER means  pure blood. Try it and you will be convinced.  Boils, .sores, pimples, skin diseases  aud 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.  Stone & Wellington  KONTHILL NURSERIES  (Licensed by B.C. Government)  TORONTO     -     .     ONTARfO  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the partnership heretofore existing b> -  ���ween James Summers ami Anpelo  SoliuHi as proprietors of the Dominion  Hotel, Phoenix, under the Ann name of  Su.inmri-8 & Suhulli, has this day been  dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts due the end (Inn are to ba pai<i  to James Summers, and all accounts  against the said-firm will be paid by  him.  Anoklo Sonui.u.  James Summbkh.  June 23. 1010.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home tor stuti-  ante of both aexee at moderate rates.  HaB a preparatory Hans for junior atari-  nts, doing 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 aud in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arte Course, and'the de*  gree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  Int affiliation.  For .fuller information and terms write  Wife ��; .,.,-.   .  H  m  Ml  m  y  w  c I.i  PHDFNIX PIONEER, .PHOENIX,. N.N.  ���((  I  Each of the chief or*  gans of tbe body is a  link in the Chain of  Life. A chain is no  stronger than ita  weakest link, tbe body  "���WiWi: ,��,-h<"r?.'.' ^H06" of "omach, Hvet^Vluni.rth'e^'ia1*  weak link in the chain of life wh.oh may anap at any time. Often thia so-called  ' weakn^a" i. cw.ed.by lack of nutrition, the reault of weakne.7 or diaeise  of the stomach and other orton, of di��eation and nutrition. Diaeaaea \^d  weakneaaea of the stomach and iu allied organs are curly the uVe of Dr  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. wt_en the weakrfWeaaed .Tomach ia  cured, d aea.es of other or<.n, which ,.m remote fronTuTatomachtawhbh  have their onfin in a diseased condition of the stomach and  other  orftmna  of digestion and  nutrition, are  cured  also.  The atrond man baa a atrond stomach.  Take the above recommended "Dlscov  mrr" and you may haw a atrona atom'  aem mnd a atroni body.  GrVBN Aw��r.-j-Dr. Pierce'a Common Sense Medical Adviser,  new revised Edition, ia sent frit on receipt of stamps to pay  expense of moiling only. Send 31 one-cent aUmpa for the  book in paper covera, or SO atampa for the cloth-bound vol.  Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  D. J.Matheson  HOKL.1IT V    BONUS.  insurance Hflcnt  FIllK,       UFK  ACCIDKNT.  PLATS   atJ.ASt*  j PROVINCIAL. |  o��� ~- ~ �����  Vancouver is to have a piano factory  Penticton will hold its first horticultural exhibition in October.  The steamer Kaslo, which was re  cently disabled, is again afloat.  The Van Roi mine and mill, near  Silverton, is now employing 100   men.  Vancouver is getting ready for its  first great fair, which will be held in  August.  During June the Crews Nest Pass  Coal company shipped 116,447 ton*  of coal.  After a closedown Of a few weeks  Min-  Bell, secretary of ihe Vancouver  ing Exchange, say*:  It is now several weeks past smct a  sensational repot t was received in Vancouver of the discoveiy ot a wonderfully rich ledge of free milling ore, of  enormous dimensions, at the head*  waters of Bitter Creek, near the town  of Stewart,, Portland Canal. S<> excep  tional were the circumstances  and so         unexpected, that the reported discovery  was telegraphed far and wide, so extensively, in fact, that the  agent  gen-  COM.%f1i4r4IO.VKK    TOR    TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  '//  t  The  Oriental Limited  "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  to Kansas City ancT St. Louis.** The Fast Mail .to St., Paul,  Minneapolis, Duluth and Superior. .'���'���'���������  W. X. Perkins,  i  Agent. - M  Phoenix, B. C-  CHRISTINA LAKE HOTEL  ON.  BEAUTIFUL  CHRISTINA   LAKE  OL.K    JOHNSON,   l��uopi<iKTOK  The Rest of Fishing, Boating and  Bathing.    Steam Launch  meets parties at foot of lake .from Cascade.  Fifeteen Minutes Walk from Fife Station  "^l'icuic and  Week-End Parties Specially Catered  CAMPERS INVITED  ���<*,  1 .���'  Mr. Businessman  Are You Very  Muck Ali  \ /���  live?  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 aud ONLY  ADVERTISING MEDIUM for the  Boundary is  Th? Pko?nix Pioneer  $2.00 Psr Year         '" Ad  Ivance  The payroll of the Crows Nest Pass  Coal company at Feinie last week for  the month of June amounted to $303,-  400.  The provincial government has refused to make any grant towards the  first Canadian apple show to be held  in Vancouver.  The Buffalo mineral group, near  Kaslo, has been bonded by a Vancouver syndicate, who will commence  development work.  Forest fires are raging in various  parts of the Kootenays. Two million  feet of logs were burned in the vicinity  of Halcyon, Arrow Lake.  Alderman Gilley of Westminster  contributed $5 to his city's finances for  hitting the city auditor. He probably  got his money's worth  in  satisfaction.  A Vancouver syndicate has acquired  6000 acfes- in Fire valley which they  have subdivided into ten acre fruit  tracts. They will spend $15,000 in  advertising the district.  William McMurphy was stricken  with a paralytic stroke at the lacrosse  match at Westminster on Saturday and  died soon afterwards. It is thought  the excitement attendant on the match  hastened the attack.  Jules Labarthe, who has been con  nected with the Trail smelter, is leaving for Mason, Nevada, where he will  have charge of the construction and  operation of a smelter. He was tendered a banquet at Trail a few days  ago.  Fierce forest fires have been raging  in east Kootenay. Last Saturday at  the Lucky Jim mine, near Kaslo, five  men perished, being smothered in one  oiT~the./"mine-tunnels' wKefe they retreated to escape, the fire which swept  the mountainside.  The Montreal lacrosse team, the  Minto cup challengers, were defeated  four goals to ten by the cupholders at  Westminster on Saturday. The second  game of the series will be piayed today,  but the cup will probably remain at  the ciast. Eleven thousand people  attended the match.  Mining' MenWatch  British Colombia  '    Regarding the reported strike of free | Stewart speak of placer deposits, indi-  milling  ore  at  Stew.irt, W.   Oiphant Icated by existence  of  colors  in   the  wash found on the banks of the same  Bitter Creek. I' is highly improbable  that these amount to anything really  important, but only serve lo prove that  the general character of the 01 e occur  rences is auriferous, s>nd to a greater  extent than has hitherto been the case  in British Columbia.  There is one feature which   should  not be. lost sight of in connection with  the discovery which forms the subject  of this acticle, viz.: the remarkable; response which   it   met  with in the centres of the  world's  mining  snterprise.  The mining magnates of London and  South Africa are ever on   the   lookout  for new fields   for  enterprize, and the  manifest interest which this brief report  inspired  is  ample  evidence  that  renewed   interest  is being devoted   to  British' Columbia   in   common   with  other parts of the Dominion, and that  very little inducement is necessary to  attract all the foreign capital which the  opportunity   of  profitable investment  invariably   affords.    For   this  reason  alone  it  is  desirable that only  well  authenticated   reports   be   circulated  through the press, for it should be remembered that while perhaps in local  circles full importance  is  not  always  attached lo published statements, the  distance which   lends enchantment to  Disease of The Kidneys  Brought on By Catarrh.  Pe-ru-na Made a Well Man  of Me.  I Cannot Speak Too Highly  of It.  eral's office in London was kept  busy  answering inquiries not only from London mining  men, but  also  from  the  corners  of   South  Africa.     Unfortunately for British Columbia, the information forthcoming was  unavoidably  meagre and unconvincing at that as no  reliable data  has yet  been  collected  which would enable the outside world  to form a reliable estimate of the true  nature of the find, much less  corroborate the facts as set forth in the  first  startling report.   In the absence of any  further information or substantiation,  it may be conservatively held that the  authors of the report were temporarily  unbalanced  by  optimistic  conditions  which are known to prevail in all new  mining camps, and  consequently exaggerated the  importance  of the discovery, if such it really is.    It  is now  stated that  this  particular  ledge was  first discovered about  five  years ago,  but that the assays  then   made of the  ore gave very indifferent results, which  discouraged any further interest therein.    If this be so, there   is   very little  reason to take  the  excitement of the  last movement seriously. , 1  As a matter of fact all the evidences I  hitherto produced by practical and  systematic mining investigation and  development tend to confirm the  opinion that the Portland Canal camp  is characterized by smelting ores. Principal amongst these are the copper-  gold ores associated with pyrites and  often deposits of galena near the sur- j Golden  face, it being yet a moot point whether (claims  Mr. George King, 453 St. Denis St  Montreal, Canada, a well-known business man ot that city, writes:  "Peruna cured me from what the  doctors were afraid would turn into  Brlgfat's disease, and after you have  gone through the Buffering that J  have with catarrh of the bladder and  kidney trouble, and have been cured  you are pretty apt to remember the  medicine that did the work.  "Peruna la a blessing to a sick man.  Bight bottles made me well and wero  worth more than a thousand dollars  to me. I cannot speuk too highly of  it. It is now four years since I was  troubled, and I have enjoyed perfect  health since. Every Hprlng and fall  I take a bottle of it and it keepa mo  well."  the view tends to exaggerate the point  in question. In this connection it  would be interesting to know where  the Toronto Globe located the source  of its inspired information, the publication of which it is thought had a direct  influence on the reports published in  the London papers.  CATARRH of the kidneys ia a very  much neglected disoaae.  It la not until tbe dlaeaae haa a firm  hold upon the kidneys that the patient  beglna to realize that there ia aomo derangement of theae organs.  The alight backaches, the feelings of  lassitude, and other warning aymptoma  of kidney dlaeaae are overlooked.  They are not aerious enough to detain  the patient from hla regular work.  Even when he discovers that the kidneys are affected,  he doea not recognize the difficulty   aa   being :  caused by catarrh. j  Catarrh is sometimea ao very gradual '  In lta approach and ita earlier aymptoma  eanae each alight discomfort that it ia  not noticed.  However, when it ia once firmly seated  la the kidneys it becomes a difficult dla-  ���taa* to exterminate.  Indeed, catarrh of the kidneya la more  aartona than catarrh affecting some of  the other organs of the body.  INTUNAL CATARRH  IUCHU THE KIDNEYS.  MR. GEORGE KING  tarrh and   removes  the  cause of : th*  diflloulty. -  bnch a remedy has been found In Pern n a. It reaches catarrh, no matter  where it may be located in the body���  whether in the more exposed membranes of the nose and throat, or  whether in the remotest 'part of the  kidneys. '���*    ,_  That Peruna la at once the aafeat and  morit reliable  remedy for catarrh of the kidneys is proven by  the many testimonials written by thoaa  who have experienced ita benefita.  The testimonials given here are only  specimens of the many testimonials on'  our records, pertaining to the relief  afforded by Peruna in' severe cases of  kidney trouble.  Kidney Disease of Loni Standing.  Mr. Samuel A. Paxtou, 1U8 Troost  Ave.,    Kansas    City,    Mo.,    member  I. O. O. F. and National Annuity Aaao-  ciation, writes:  "I am a well man to-day, thanks to  PE-RU-NA AH INTERNAL  CATARRH  REMEDY.  Amalfimatioa  An amalgamation of two large groups  of mineral  claims, on  Sheep  creek  is  understood to   be  in  progress,   which  will combine in one group eleven claims.  One of the groups involved consists of  the Gold Beit, Gold  Reef,   Gold   Pan  fraction, Mountain Lion, Mountaineer,  Hill    and    Brewery   mineral  The other group,   which   ad  In the kidneys it ia liable to terminate i your splendid medicine, Peruna. I wa_  In. Brlght'a dlaeaae or diabetes, both of 1 troubled -with catarrh and kidney die*  Which are recognized a* -very aerious lease ot long standing when I flrnt be-  ���Uraanta, It not fatal.   _ \ g��n Uging Peruna..   I soon found I waa  The thing to be done, when catarrh ol t getting better and continued taking it  the kidneya i. discovered, la to take some \ for four months. It cleaned out tbe.  Internal, systemic1 catarrh remedy.1 one , system, leaving me weU and strong;  that reaches the very source ot tlie o*-1 mnd feeling better tbanlnnv*inyeax��-M  C. N. R. I* 1913  D. D. Mann prophesizes that the  Canadian Northern would be running  transcontinental trains into Vancouver  in 1913. all plans now being arranged  for the completion of the line a year  ahead of the provincial limit. It is  expected that the contract for the  second section from the coast would be  let shortly and next year work would  be rushed from both ends. Mr. Mann  is on his way to Victoria in connection  with work on the Barclay Sound line  and to inspect Portland Canal interests  before returning.  Trying  to Get Cantrol  A Chicago  packing firm is   making  an effort to secure the control of the  wholesale and retail meat business  of  the province, now in the hands of   P  Burns & Co.  HALF A DOZEN BOTTLES  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..a  the   latter   live  down   to   any   depth, (joins, consists of the LaRose,   Vulture,  Hence, it is essentia! that any reported   Maple   Leaf and   Mayflower   mineral  discovery of free-milling ore should be claims,  carefully   examined   before   being  accepted..  It is always possible  that in.  terested parties should   encourage the  dissemination of reports regarding gold  strikes, as there is no more effective  agency in existence calculated to cause  a stampede.   Should the effect of such  reports be to attract a large number of  outsiders to the  camp, only   to  meet  with   disappointment,   an   undoubted  injury would be done to the bona fide  interests of the field as a whole.  The latest  reports  emanating from  PI LE S  YoJ will find relief in Zam-Buk!  It gases the burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, with Zam-  Buk, means cure. Why not prove  thii 7   Ml Uruffffinta and Stores,���  am-Bu  7oa'  , surAMER  SQRts  Many dope fiends contracted  the drug habit in the cradle  Certain dangerous drugs were given to them in  their baby days in the form of "Soothing Symps,"  "colic cures" and "infanti* friends." The harmful  effect of "soothers" containing opium, morphine,  chloroform, chloral, etc., cannot be too strongly  stated. Do not give baby a "soother" unless  you positively must.   Then give it  tJY$a&  SOOTHING SYRUP  and rest contented. Nyal's Soothing Syrup contains no opiates. It induces natural, healthy  sleep���gives immediate relief to baby, calming  the mother's tired nerves���does not put on soft,  flabby flesh, making the little folks easy victims  of childish diseases.  We wouldn't think of recommending Nyal's  Soothing Syrup if we were not certain of its  beneficial effects.  Anything you  buy  vita the Bamn  will  ghre   yea  entire  aatiaf&ctioa.  Sold and guaranteed by  8*50  John Love, P*��ggfct  Brighten Your 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  IRONSIDES  AVENUE  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic and judicious care of money  By making frequent deposits in tbe Interest Department  By carrying an account in tbe 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  BEGUN 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  THK   PI.VB4T   MOA.LITY   IN  MILK anJ CREAM  A. T  fHE  OAlR^J  w.  STH1CTI.Y    KRKMH    BOOH  IVSHX.   Pi n��<iarJit  eavy Praying  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-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class cordwood, short or long,  and can deliver  it   on short   notice.      Phone  your   order  to  McElroy Bros, isasuji Phoenix, B.C  Bargain 5ale  IN  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  m  14  SHOP  T. TURANO, Proprietor  5>"  '���������-,;���>.'������ f'  I  frr  l  M,.  / PHOEKTIX PIONEER, PHOEHIX.S.O.  ���*f  Howard  Watches  *\}tf K now carry a complete line  of    the     CELEBRATED  HOWARD WATCHES.    They are beauties.  Prices from $40 to $125,  and the Prices are the same here as in Eastern Canada.  Call and look them over; just the thing for Gifts, Presenta-  tionSj etc.    They will last a lifetime.  Er. A. Black, J*wele*  COSMOPOLITAN  ���GROCERY���  Do You Appreciate An Opposition ?  We are still waiting to see if you appreciate an opposition Grocery  store in Phoenix. We are stocking up according to the demands of  trade, and are waiting to see if you wish us to continue. We have no  ,,intention of going out of business, but would appreciate an acknowledgement of our efforts to keep prices' down. We solicit your next  order; let us quote you for what goods we have in stock.  'PHONE,YOUR ORDER  ���NO. 12.  J. O. ELLIS  MANAGER  Local and General.  Phone i a, the Cosmopolitan grocery.  Gordon L Thompson spent Sunday  with friends in Nelson.  Roy Boyce of Swift Current, Alta.,  is on a visit to his brother, J. S. Boyce.  Miss Clark of Trail is tbe guest ot  sister, Mrs S   Lundie  John Love returned yesterday from  liedley.  A. Almstrom is closing out his lower  town store.  R. H. McCracken will leave in a  few days for the prairie provinces  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Expert watch repaumg at Black's  jewelry store;   satisfaction   guaranteed  For rent, furnished house near C.  I'.K. depot; apply to J. Mcintosh.  Born���At Grand Forks, on July 18,  to Dr and Mrs. C M. Kingston, a  son  C J. McAstocker left Thursday for  Nelson and will spend a couple ol  weeKs on the Arrow Lakes.  Miss Jane Thompson and Miss  Annie Laird of Lsithbndge arrived in  ihe city Thursday.  Johnson & Anderson have secured  the timber in the old Granby machine  shops and are removing it.  Mrs Warren Mitchell returned on  Saturday from a visit witn friends at  Curlew, Wash.  The Penticton Press recentlychanged  proprietors and has now changed its  name to the Herald.  Brighten your rooms with wall paper  now selling at reduced prices at A.  Almstrom's.  To rent, house on Ironsides avenue;  convenient to mines; apply to C. A.  Ross.  "'���j* y> /  ���-ti ���J> ^  r  RY A GLASS i POPULAR BEER  3-    it  1?   - '  .,/��� 4  It - foam e with creamy richness and  sparkles delightfully.   A stimulant  lor  the tired,   weak,   and   weary,  'Every   household   altoald   have a  supply ol it regularly all the time.  Recuperate, invigorate mid strong- _  then   yonr   constitution   with   oar  wholesome i beer]'    No   danger   ot  Typhoid Fever and othei diseases  if you drink Phoenix Beei   as it is  thoroughly sterilized.  Miss Kate McKenzie of the Nelson  general hospital arrived in town Thursday on a visit to her parents here.  W. H. Minns of Cascade was in  town on Wednesday in connection with  mining interests.  The Pi ingle Stock company will  play every night n^xt week in the  opera house.  Mr. and Mrs O. B. Smith have  taken up residence at their cottage on  Christena Lake.  Word comes from Greenwood thi^t  the Pringle Stock company is a,highly  creditable show und has been receiving  enthusiastic patronage there all week.  The performances are clean, bright  and bristle with enjoyable entertainment. The Pringle company open a  week's engagement in Phoenix opera  house next Monday  At the regular meeting of the Phoenix lodge, Knights of Pythias, held on  Tuesday evening, District Deput)  Grand Chancellor A. Almstrom in  stalled officers for the current term us  follows: C C, J. W. Hannam, V C,  Gilbert Kay; Prelate, J Finlay; M of  W, W. X Perkins; K R.S , G. L.  Thompson, M. of F., S Lundie, M.  of E��� A B Cook; M at A., H I.  Goodwin; I.G., II. Laing, O G., A I'.,  Geddes.  The pavilion dance in the park on  Thursday evening under the auspice*  of the Fraternal Order of Eagles passed  off very enjoyably. It was the fir<>t  dance of the season in the park, but  was the most largely attended that has  yet taken place on the grounds and  bespeaks a number of popular dances  there during the summer. There was  some delay in getting the lights in trim,  but when started the dance went mer  n'lv, the evening being ideal and Werner's orchestra rendering splendid  music.  The members of the local Iodide,  Knights of Pythias attended annual  memorial services in the Presbyterian  church last Sunday evening, where a  brother member, Rev. S. Lundie,  preached an eloquent sermon, taking  as his text St John 15*13, and illuminating the fraternahsm of the order  based on "friendship, charity and benevolence," its triple motto The choir  rendered appropriate music, while  beautiful sacred selections were ren  dered by an orchestra composed of  Miss M Heidman, piano; F. Werner,  violin and J. Finlay, cornet.  A party of Phoenicians left Wednes-  I struggle on   the  pulled   oft  at   2  I ' Benedicts v. Rachelers  The   married   men   and   "growing  youths" of the town hnvuioinc to terms  tor a gigantic basebal  paik, which   will   be  p rn   tomorrow.  The benedicts have pinned their  faith on Strulzel in charge of the curve-  ature department, with Billy Hughes  wearing the big nrnr. Elkins will guard  the first sack, while Webster and Hush  will pay their respects to visitors at  second and third. Miles goes to short  and flower, Smith and Al. Hughes  will chase the spheroid 111 the back lots.  Noyes will be spare  The bachelor bunch have Reid,  Hunter and Stearns working daily  before hreakf-ist, thoy have invented a  new in) stic delivery and the man that  can "come bark" with the izoods will  dispose of them from the luhhei, with  Whitey on the receiving end. Church,  the pea-souper with New York science,  has been specially engaged for first  sack; Curley of National fame goes to  second and McKay will do the stunt  at thud; McQueen, the athletic wonder,  will play short, while Judce Willie and  the overplus ol pitchers will patiol the  tall Urn be is.  This will be the fust of a series of  games for championship of the Tiger-  Elephant, the new league, the winners  of which will play off with the eastern  league champions for, the world's  trophy A. Mi Queen* has been secured as managing director at $5000  per.  ra^tarf^anatrWairniaaBi m*um***w��*'*^m* ���'���������i���-"**���  Back from Reno  Danny Deane, who left some weeks  ago to see the big fight,  arrived home  Thursday   evening   after   having  seen  Jeffries trimmed and   made a  tour of  oe  1  We carry a splendid''selcc-.;  .tion  of SHOES,  and they  leiribody ev,ery'advantage for  'comfort to the wearer,. They"  are made to fit;and wear, and .'we sell -them,at :roclc:  bottom prices. - .     -.;...  This is the time of year that Oxfords'give special  comfort to the wearer. Call in'and fit yourself in a  pair of low Shoes.  day to open a   week's   engagement on  the banks of Christena Lake.    They   the coast cities     Danny was disgusted  carried complete paraphernalia and a ' with the showing made  by   the  "man  comprehensive larder and will rusticate j t.iat couldn't come  back"   and   thinks  midst the sweet zephyrs and picturesque 1 wehavescr ;n   Qur  mjd       b  scenery   of   the   Boundary's    famous 1       ,, ....    >  beauty     spot,      performing  spot, performing aquatic  specialties on the silvery riples of  Christena. The first detachment in ,  eluded: Mr. and Mrs. and Master Harold Edwards, Mrs Calhoun, Miss Jessie  Mackenzie, Miss Grace Mackenzie,  Miss Bertha Heidman, Miss Mabel  Heidman and Miss NelHte Ingram  Miss  Madena Mackenzre,   Miss   Kate  >'  K.  &  ' *<���   '  PHOENIX BREWING CO., LTD.  Mrs. J. Campbell and Mrs. Tl j Mackenzre and Mrss Mary Biner and  Moore came in from Grand Forks Iothers will probably join the party  yesterday on "a visit to their parents.      /.today.  H.    C.    Manning    of   the   Eastern j "  townships bank   was   in   Nelson   this/ Preaeaial/oa 10 Ex Secrela.y  week   playing  with   the Grand  Forks!     Great interest is being   taken in  the  team in a cricket tournament. /smokers   which   are   being held  occa-j  'Miss McNicoI-of Boston is the guest jsionally.     On Saturday night, Phoenix  of Mrs. 1G..X   McNicoI.    They  spent  could do the Johnson stunt. Mr  Deane returned by way of San Francisco and Vancouver is quite enthusiastic over the latter city's future. He  also took in the world's championship  lacrosse match at Westminster on Saturday and says the Minto cup is safely  entrenched on the banks of the Fraser  river  John    P.    McKenzie   and   Charles  Wootton    returned    Monday   from   a  visit  to  Trail   and   also   100k   in   the  Miners' Union celebration at Rossland  (on Saturday,   which   they  state  was  a  great success.  The longer you look at them the better .you''will be  pleased. Now is the time to select your wants for  the^arm season.    Our showing of  ELEGANT MEN'S FURNISHINGS  includes everything you  can think of. New patterns in shirts and light-  wear. Come in , some  time today and we'll help  you make out a list.  ��� You'll be astonished  how little the outfit will  cost you.  N.J. CARSON & CO. "BUT  WHERE THE GOOD CLOTHES COME F'RO'M  ���a*aaaaaaama**��MBs*a  PHOSE J��iO.  S3  'if.  R R E S  MILK  *Ct5-T��<"1  ���T        t. J  1 ,  U,  ^^'���^atVrononiicedVreae'nce'of Riefi'Cream is'iound  only  .,~^m.Purest Milk.- That ia tbe -kind -we-sell.   We invite  ^,. , you to, become a judge bv giving us a trial.   Phone Orders  to E. 32, and same will be promptly attended to and de-  ! livered daily.   , ���     1 r ���"��� 1  .   ��      '      - < - i      .    v.  W. A. McKAY & SONS  Fly Death  Should Be In Every Household These  Days.  10 Cents Per Package  9 Large Sheets.  Love's Drug vStore  the early .part of the week at Christena  Lake."   '    ,  Rev. R. W. (Hibbert returned on  Saturday from spending his vacation at  North Yakima, Wash. Mrs. Hibbert  is remaining for a few weeks  f >  John Swanson, foreman of the Granby mines, returned Wednesday / from  spending a week on his ranch at Curlew, Wash., where he also tried his  fortune at angling, ' ��� ,  Wm. Spier, formerly manager .ofctbe  Eastern Townships bank at Grand  Forks, but now inspector of its western  branches, was in the city this week on  official business.  Mr. andj Mrs. A. D. McKenzie,  Mrs. H. W. Heidman' and Miss B.  Heidman were guests of Mrs. S. Smith  and Mrs. T. Lyons at Mother Lode on  Sunday  Miss Brethour, a graduate nurse  of  the Vancouver general hospital, arrived  in the city on Monday to  take a  po  sition   on   the  staff of the   Phoenix  hospital.  Mrs. Albin Almstrom .received the  sad intelligence of the death, of her  father, A. H. Starks, which occurred  m Grand Forks yesterday morning.  Deceased was about 82 years  of age.  The Ladies' 'Aid of the Presbyterian  church are making preparations for an  ice cream social to be given on the  afternoon and evening of July 28th at  I the church. A program.will be given  in the evening.  Miners Union lodjgeroom was filled  to  overflowing with members and friends.  A good programme had been arranged  for   this   occasion.     Tony   Turano's  orchestra opened, the programme with  a stirring air, and   was  followed   by a  fast   six-round    bout . between    Jack  Scholes,   ex-light-weight  champion  of  Canada, and  Jack Collins, England's  middleweight champion.    Referee Jim  Church    pronounced   this    a    draw.  While the refieshments   and  smokers'  sundries .were . being    served, . Chas  Knight sang a song entitled "If Those  Lips Could Only-SDeak," and received  a rousing encore.   W,. Jones, who pos  esses,a  fincte'nor 'voice, sang "Two  Sailors"   with   much   feeling.    Other  items on the programme was dispensed  with credit.    Towards the-close of the  entertainment, Mr. Gessler, on  behalf  of Phoenix >Miners' union, presented  Wm.   Pickard' with ! a -gold mounted  umbrella,   and  Mrs.' \ Pickard   with   a  silrerjsety.   In presenting these articles  Mr. Gessler said,that the union wanted  to express ma small way their appreci-  tion   of  his'   valuable   services   while  acting as secretary. .Mr. Pjckard made  a suitable reply, r Much' credit is due  those who helped to make the smoker  a success.    The singing of Auld Lang  Syne  brought'the'proceedings  to   a  close. ;      J '''  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICE lb HEREBY GIVEN" that  the partnership heietofore exratrrig be  tween .James Summers unri Angelo  ���Suhulli an proprietors of the Dominic n  Hotel, Phoenix, under the Arm name of  Summria&Sohiillr, has tliiB day been  dissolved bv mutual consent. All accounts due the said firm are to bs paul  to James Summers, and all accounts  against the said firm will be paid by  him.  * Angem) Sohui.i 1.  James Su.miikrm  Royal Billiard Pii  P'OfO'L TABLES AND BO.WLI NG' A LL4,C YS  NOTICE  ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  on and aflei July 18th, 1 will sever my  connection with the Phoenix Steam  Laundry, and will not be responsible for  any debts contracted after the above  date.  (Signed)     W   G. Da*so*.  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARBER SHOP  in connei'tioii.  /���N  EASY SHAVE  STYLISH  HAIRCUT  REFRESHING  MASSACE  INVIGORATINd   SHAMPOO  J. G. Ml'leS, Tohsorial Artist.  Finest 'Selection  Conft ctionery  ��� ',   - ���' -  Try  The Famous  Kolvnoor  Chocolates  There Are nunc  Better  COsgrove & MCASTOCHEe, Proprietors  -���&?   'L&V.V^*  No More Sleepless Nights  Don't' stay awake nights. If you  are restless take' a Malhieu's Nervure  Powder and in a few minutes natural  sleep will bring you rest  They are safe, efficient, and do not  create a habit. Mathieu's Nervine  Powders are sold in boxes of 18 for  25c. "     -  . If you cannot find any in your lo  cality, send us 75c fur full size box  giving also name of >our dealer, and  we will send by return 1 repaid. J I.  Mathitu Co , Prop, Sherbrooke,  Que.  Your Husband Would Enjoy  a Delicious  Beefsteak  for Dinner  He has had a hard day, but  his tired body and fagged  brain will be cheered by the  sight and taste'of, a,jiice cut  of beefsteak done'*'to a turn  and served up withlsonie of  those onions. We; know the  cut which, will suit him exactly. .��� -Shall iwe send it ?  P. BURNS &;Gb..Ll* Phoenix, B.C.  El'  i-Ji'P  tl.C."'-1'


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