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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 30, 1910

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 .ef  !>  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  i:.5..'fj'''.i''  ���.��L' ..;���>,'!  3.i'%  Kl.KVBMTH'.YitAR.  I'HOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA.   SATURDAY, JULY 30,  1910  No. 36  mi  A Decline in the  Price of Butter  We are pleased to say tliat we are able to do, a  little better on the price of Butter, our new prices are  as follows:  141b. Doxes Dcst Creamery Duttcr... $4.30  '", $6 40  h  a  **  We have received a car of ROBIN HOOD  FLOUR and we quote as follows:'  50 Pound Sachs Robin Hood... $1.90  30 Pound SachsTive Roses... I.W  50 Pound Sachs Royal Household J.00  Flour has advanced one dollar per barrel in the  last five weeks, and we cannot say how long we can sell  at these prices.* We look for high priced Flour this  year on account of the failure of the Wheat Crop in the  North West.  As usual, we will have everything the market  affords in  FRUITS AND VEGETABLES  for today, and we ask you  to join  the big crowd  and  visit us on Saturday Night at either Store.  We are always glad, to see you whether you buy or  not.  .Mtrrrin(TlWimm^���0. ;-  Build Your Own Fortune  B  Y BUYING A GOLD BOND  from the International Investment and Realty Co. of 403-4 Eagle  Block, Spokane, Wash.  A.Cumulative Bond matures in  Ten short years by paying $6.1.3  monthly, for which you receive 6%  interest compounded annually. In  Ten years you wiil have paid in  $735 60, for which you will receive  $1,000 in a heap.  Spokane   Real   Estate a specialty, on small cash payments and  Easy .Term".       Place your order ���with our Local. Agents',  Cosgrove   ��.  McAstocRer  We cordially Invite  YOU   to call   and  see us when visiting Sdokane  International Investment & Realty CO.  J. L. MARTIN, President  403-4 Eagle Block Spokane, Wash.  MEN'S   SUITS  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 exhorbitant 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.  SLIMES-TESTING MILL  READY TO OPERATE  Fifteen - Stamp   Plant   at   the  Jewel Mine  The new fifteen stamp mill, which  has been under course of construction  at Long Lake, in connection with the  Jewel mine, for the past year, is now  completed and will be in operation in  a few days. Its starting up has been  delayed by recent fires damaging the  power line of the Bonnington Falls  company. Repairs, however, are now  about completed,  The mill has been constructed for  the purpose of testing a slimes-treating  process of separating gold from tailings.  The new proces*-, which was invented  by II. Nichols, manager of the Ymir  mine, and is being promoted by the  Slimes Treating company, should  it prove successful, promises to  revolutionize present methods obtaining in the handling of similar ores  The mill has been built large enough  to thoroughly test the commercial and  ptactieal value of the invention, and  on the completion of a successful run  at the Jewel mine steps will be taken  to place the invention in other mineral  belts.  The Jewel mine is one of the oldest  properties in the district, having been  the first in the Boundary to mstal a  steam plant. About ten years ago the  main shaft was sunk arid a large lode  of gold quartz prospected to a depth of  330 feet. There are quantities of  galena, zinc blend, iron pyrites and  occasionally ruby silver, tellurides of  gold and silver and some free gold.  Over 2000 tons of this ore was shipped  to the Granby smelter about eight  years ago, but since that time there has  not been any production, except small  quantities for process-testing purposes.  Some high assays have been obtained  and a record carefully kept of the  values at all points. The average of  the entire mine runs close to $15 per  ton.  "During the past year about a dozen  men have been employed on development work at the Jewel mine, and besides the building of. the stamp mill,  which is over half a mile from the  mine, a tramway has been constructed  which will convey the ores from the  mine to the mill.  SPOKANE EXCURSION  COMING TO PHOENIX  Chamber of Commerce  Party  to Be Here Aug;. 27  Spokane, Wash., July 29.���Arrangements are being completed by ihe excursion and entertainment committee  of the Spokane Cbamner of Commerce,  headed by E. F. Waggoner, to run an  excursion to Nelson and points in  British Columbia and northeastern  Washington, a special train leaving this  city the morning of August. 25. The  party will visit Grand Forks and Phoenix and Curlew and Republic, also  making stops en route. Reemer's  military band of 40 pieces will accom  pany the excursionists.  "We will meet with the Board of  Trade at Nelson ihe evening of August  35," said Mr. Waggoner, "going thence  to (.rand Forks and Phoenix, returning  to Spokane by way of Curlew and Republic. Invitations arc now being- extended our members, and we expect  there will be a large delegation. We  are now arranging for several special  stunts that give promise of being  novelties even to our neighbors in the  north." ' _J   Compressor Plant Burned  The compressor building and plant  of the No. 7 mine of the Consolidated  Mining and Smelting company, in  Central camp, were destroyed by fire  about five o'clock Friday morning,  1 and inst.  The building had only been completed a short time ago and the plant  included a ten-drill compressor and  two motors, besides considerable other  equipment, which is damaged practically beyond repaii.  The origin of the fire is a mystery  though it is believed to have been the  result of tbe building having been  struck by lightning.   >  The fire will entail a serious loss for  besides the destruction of the plant the  company were about to commence  shipments from the property, and these  will now be delayed at least two  months.  GENTS.  FURNISHINGS  FAREWELL TO MR. McCRACKEN  Presented With  Parse  of  Gold by  Pythian*  and Orangemen  Last Tuesday evening, the eve of  his departure for the prairie provinces,  Robert. H. McCracken was made the  recipient of a purse of gold by the  members of the local lodges of Knights  ol Pythias and Orangemen, in both of  which he had been a leading spirit  during his three years' residence in  town.  The presentation was made by A.  Almstrom, who on behalf of the Knights  of Pythias, referred to the great loss  ihe lodge will sustain and the -sincere  regret of its members in the departure  of.Mr. McCracken. Mr. Parks spoke  on behall of the Orange lodge, which  also loses an active and valued member  in Mr. McCracken's leaving.  Following the presentation, which  took place in the Pythian hall,-invited  guests to the number of seventy attended a farewell at-home in Mr. McCracken's honor The first part of  the evening was spent in progressive  whist, in which there was the usual  rivalry for both poles of success. The  leading trophies were won by Miss M.  McKenzie and Charles Wootton, while  Mrs. D. Biner add H. C. Miles captured the consolation prizes. A dainty  luncheon of ice cream and cake was  then served, after which a pleasant  couple of hours were spent in dancing.  General regret is felt in Mr. McCracken's removal from town. During  the past three years he has won for  himself the esteem of those with whom  he came in contact, both in a business  way and socially, and was of the stamp  of young men that, Phoenix can ill  afford to lose. He left Wednesday  morning for Alberta and carries with  him the best wishes of a host of friends.  Route lor Atilolsts  The new road to the No. 7 mine  from Phoenix is now nearing completion and will make a splendid driveway. The old wagon road connecting  this with the Lone Star mine has also  been put in shape, and this will now  afford a navigable route for autoists  from Grand Forks into Phoenix.  James Cburcb Leaves lor Quebec  James Church left Tuesday morning  on a visit to the haunts of his youth in  Quebec. Besides being an all round  athlete and a graduate of the hockey  and baseball teams that made the  Boundary famous, Jim is a thorough  booster and will no doubt spread the  glowing gospel of the last great west  among the "peasoupers." After several years of active life on Granby hill,  he had become regarded as a fixture  in Phoenix, but it is just possible he  may be lured to newer pastures on his  return to this province in which case  he will be much missed among a large  circle of friends here. He was accompanied by Ed. Allen, who will also visit  the scenes of his boyhood days and  tell the tales of the west.  REVISING SURVEYS  OVER HOPE RANGE  Hill  Says  Grades   Must   Be  Further Reduced  A V.V. & E. engineering party in  charge of J. F. Floyd is now at work  in the Hope Mountains revising the  survey. J. J. Hill, chairman of the  board of the Great Northern Railway,  has sent word from St. Paul that the  grades must be still further reduced  before contracts for construction will  be awarded.      ���  The gradients going east from Co-  quahalla summit and from the same  summit west down to Hope, according  to last year's surveys, arc one per cent  and two and a half per cent respectively.  From Princeton to Hope the distance  by tbe route already surveyed is 9a  miles. Confidence is expressed that  the revision now in progress will result  in securing marked improvement in  the grades in both directions, especially  on the top up-hill haul from Hope  going eastward.  It is learned that the grading of the  eighteen mile section between Princtoo  and Tulameen River, representing the  approach to the Hope mountains, will  be completed in October. The big  bore will be finished within a few  months.  A. H. Hoagland, chief engineer of  the Great Northern and J. II. Kennedy, chief engineer of the V.-V. &  E. railway, last week drove over the  route between Hope and Abbotsford.  Construction work is now in progress  along a stretch of thirteen miles from  Abbotsford and Sumas River. There  are six construction camps with a force  of 350 men. In addition to ordinary  equipment the contractors are using  three steam shovels and six drinkies.  Tenders for bridge construction were  closed last week.  The located lines of the V.V. & E.  railway and the Canadian Northern  from Sumas to Hope, a distance of 36  miles, are on the same right-of-way.  In some instances for miles, theyjare  less than fifteen feet apari.  THE 1909 MINERAL  PRODUCTION OF B.C.  Phoenix Mines Ship Over 50  p.c. of Ore Tonnage  Speaking at the annual meeting of  the Victoria Board of Trade lately,  Hon. Richard McBride, premier, who  is also minister of mines, stated that  the total value of the mineral production of British Columbia for the year  1909 was $24,443,025. This is the  first public announcement made of the  official figures of production for last  year. As the total for 1908 was $23,-  851,277, the incroase in 1909 was  $59''748.  The tonnage of ore mined in the  province in 1909 was 2,057,713 tons,  a decrease of 25,893 tons as compared  with that for 1908. Over 7.5 percent  of this tonnage was shipped from mines  of the Boundary district, while the  mines of Phoenix camp contributed  over 50 per cent of the tonnage. -  Porc��f Plrei la Kootenay Olatrlcl  The forest fires in the Kootenay  district are now under control, and  little more danger is anticipated.  Sandon has been saved, this being due  more to the change in the wind coming  at the right time, and the rain.  Locally, the fires on the pole line are  still smouldering, but some of the fire  fighters came into town on Saturday  morning, having succeeded in controlling the fires and preventing them  spreading.  New Idea la Valv* Molloni  The most -important feature in a  rock drill is the valve motion, and,  with this in view, H. V.Haight, chief  engineer, Canadian Rand Co. Ltd.,  has been devoting considerable time to  the subject, In the window of the  company here at Rossland their is on  exhibition one of their new style  Slugger rock drills, fitted with an air  actuated spool valve. A .small vertical  auxiliary spool valve is actuated by  rocker from the drill piston, giving the  TRAINS RUNNING IN  EIGHTEEN MONTHS  Kettle Valley Line, Midway to  Merritt  It is phophesied by J. J. Warren,  bead of the Kettle Valley company,  that trains will be running over the  road between Merritt and Midway in  less'than eighteen months. This statement from a railroad builder of such  proved ability and reliability, is of  great importance and will have a tremendous influence upon the immediate  future of this section of the province.  Working forces will soon be started  in the Penticton section, and the full  quota Of men and equipment will be  operating in 1 tic various sections inside  of three  weeks, it   is  stated.���Merritt  News. OVKR   TUB HOPE  Jim Hill, Great Northern railway  builder, must look to his laurels. The  application of the Kettle River Valley  railway company for approval of the  plans of a proposed route from the  Coldwater river in the Similkameen,  at a point where the Midway-Penticton-  Merritt section turns north to follow  the Coldwater river to the Nicola  valley, connection being made at Merritt with the Nicola branch of the  C.P.R. from Spence's bridge is a pretty  plain indication that the hew southern  interior railroad proposes to cross the  Hope mountains, run down the Coq-  uahalla to the Fraser river and join the  main line of the C.P R. at Hope, or  as the loute map shows, Ruby Creek.  This proposed location of a route revives the hope that the Kettle River  Valley railway will include in its plans  a direct connection from the interior  Boundary country to. the" coast, the  necessary link in a second transcontinental by way of the Crows Nest Pass  line to the Pacific tidewater. What  gives a color of possibility to the project is the increased traffic on the Canadian Pacific railway's mountain section. The Crows Nest section, giving  connection with the coast by the Kettle  River Valley line and especially by the  Pumping Station Deilroyed by Fire  The pumping station near the Great  Northern bridge in Grand Forks, operated to irrigate the Traunweisei and  Campbell orchards, was destroyed by]  fire on the night of the 22nd inst. J  The loss is estimated at $3000.  positive connection between piston..and._. ,_^���... _  .   \ valve motion  so   vital to a rock  (aritt,\P^P9^?:l����^l^1*��-Wo^;^w^n^n  this auxiliary valve   admits   air  aUer-\P^>0ttVi!."tt^*'��^c.'0��',;'-^:'ft0r��  The City of Paris Mine  There is a probability that the old  City of Paris mine will shortly be prospected with the diamond drill. The  property is located in Central camp,  south of Phoenix and close to the international boundary line. It is over  fifteen years since Ibis property was in  active operation, when approximately  7000 tons of good ore was teamed  from the City of Paris to the Granby  smelter, but the ore shoot becoming  exhausted, operations were suspended  and has since remained closed.  Dealb of George Starke  The funeral of George H. Slarks in  Grand Forks, whose death was announced in the last issue of the Pioneer, took place in that city on Sunday  last and was largely attended. Deceased was S6 years of age and a native  of New York state, but had resided in  Grand Forks for ihe past twelve years.  He is survived by an aged wife and  three daughters: Mrs. R. J. Gardner  of Grand Forks, Mrs. Albin Almstrom  of Phoenix, and Mrs. Fred Steers of  Wallace, Idaho.'  Premier First Passenger  Sir Willrid Lauiier, in his present  tour through western Canada had the  pleasure of riding on the first passenger  train into Foit William of the great  transcontinental line in which he takes  so deep an interest. When the Premier goes to Prince Rupert next month  to the most western and northern point  in his tour he will probably be the first  passenger over the westerly hundred  mile section ofthe Grand Trunk Pacific.  IMPORTANT WORK AT  THE NICKEL PLATE  Improvements Being Made by  Hedley Co.  Extensive improvements are now  being made at the reduction works of  the Hedley Gold Mining company,  which is operated in "connection with  the Nickel Plate mine at Hedley-  And the important feature is that ��� the  new work indicates a permanency of  operations at the property which did  not heretofore exist.  Considerable new electtical machinery is being installed, while the John  McDougall Caledonian Iron Works  company is supplying a 600-horsepower  double impulse water wheel, with  special needle nozzle and auxiliary relief. This wheel is to be direct-connected to a 350-kw. generator and is  to supply power both lor the company's  mines and reduction works. The  water system is being constructed on  a most substantial basis and with a  view to having a supply maintained  throughout the season as much as pos  sible, a steam plant being also installed  for the emergency seasons and to make  possible the operation of the plant  continuous throughout the year.  About 150 men are employed on  the properties and the undei ground  development of the Nickel Plate is  being carried forward vigorously, the  results of which are said to be highly  gratifying to the company.  xiliary  nately to the larger end of the.main  piston valve overcoming the constant  pressure on the smaller end, so that  the cut-off" works with lightning rapidity  with each stroke ofthe piston, resulting  in great air economy, a valuable feature where the compressor capacity is  more  northerly line and bring the wheat of  the prairies and southern Alberta to  the Pacific seaports over easier gradients.���Columbian.  Hon. Frank Ollrer'a Taar  Word comes from   Edmonton   that  private despatches  from   Alaska  from  not large.    The air consumption of this J Hon. Frank 0llver state that ths min.  ister of the interior and party have ar-  The Pringle Company  The Pringle Stock company held the  boards in the opera house all week  and gave productions of a high order.  The company is considerably above  the average that tours the small towns  and those in Phoenix who have failed  to hear them have missed a treat; their  repertoire is particularly good and  every member of the company is an  artist of merit. Tonight they will  present "A Wise Woman," which will  be their last performance, and they  should be greeted wilh a bumper  house.  machine is only about two-thirds of  that of the ordinary rock drill. The  rock drill on exhibition weighs 325 lbs.  as low a weight as is thought to be  consistent with the good working and  wearing qualities, for the best authorities today recognize that there is a  limit to both weight and speed of the  rock drill in its present form. The  New Slugger has been made as light as  possible consistent with the use of  nickle steel in the piston, feed screw,  chuck bolt, rocker pinj with the use of  cast steel in the shell and slides, converted steel in the lower head, and a  very close grained hard cast iron cylinder ���Rossland Miner.  rived there safely. The minister expected to be in Dawson by Tuesday  last. Mr. Oliver left Edmonton June  2nd, proceeded down to Athabasca  and McKenzie rivers to Fort McPher-  son, where he was met by the Mounted  Police, who escorted him across the  divide into Alaska.  0. H. Corbet Resigns  G. H. Corbet, who has Deen connected with the engineering staff of the  Granby mines for the past four years,  has resigned his position and leaves next  week for his home in Seattle, prior to  going to the Portland Canal district.  ii_isHS2SHsasHsasasasE��r2SHsasHsasHsasE5Hsasasa5rEsasHSHSHSHSEsesasEsas?-<  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  July 30. 'io  The .ollovrinK table gives Che ore shipments of  Boundary mines lor   1900,   1901   1903,  I 1903, 1904.  190s.   1906,   1907, 1908, 1909 and 1910, aa reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Mine. 190a       1903      1904      1905        [906        1907      1908      1909        191a   Week  J Granby Mines... 309,858 393.718   549.7��3 653.889 S01.404   613.537 '028,747 1,067,983 670,870  30,721  j Snowshoe     20,800    71,312       8,426   135,001      48,836  { Phoenix Anial...    245  ] B. C. Copper Co.  MotherLode���. 141,326 138,079   174,298 147.570 105,900   208,321  B C Mine    14,811  Kr.ima     8,530  Oro Denoro ���.  Jackpot   I Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-8tem-      Idaho..   Rawhide   Sunset-      7,455  Mountu Koae   Athelstan   Morriaon ��       150  j K. Bell         560  J Senator   j Brey Fogle   {No. 37   I Reliance   1 Sulphur Kinft���  I Winnipeg.. _..  J Golden Crown...  ] King Solomon...  . 3ig Copper   I No. 7 Mine   ICUy ol Paris   1 Jewel -   I Riverside   lCarmi   j Sally   I Rambler ���.  I Butcher Boy....  1 Duncan   I Providence   \ Klkhorn   iStrathmoie   'Golden Kagle   I Preston   1 Prince Henry���   1 Skylark    1 Laat Chance   K. P. TJ. Mine   Bay   I Bonnie Belle. _.  j Don Pedro   I Creacent   ] Bruce   j Republic ���   [ Miscellaneoua...        535  19.365  ���3.937  I5.SS7  S7-9O0  16,400  9,485  3.007  J'.3S��   55.731'  5,646  3.339  363  3.070  3.250  1./59  25,108  3.0S6  4.747  1.488  11304  3.177  140,085  3.960  26.032  48.390  3.555  1,712  18,274  14.4S1  <3.29tS  12.253  64.173  31.270  31.258  321,8*9  (ioAso  5.78o  170,360    89,010    2,130 ��  350.433 i96.'0S     6,800 J  8.953  6.697  2,633  697 I  785  625  483  2,060  "890  219  4.500  'i.833  33  150  223  364  33  z:z  ��.  "���586  649  10,740  3,803  530  120  ....30  145  993  400  167  500  726  325  SO  60  750  7,0  150  5J5  689  ��5��  73  500  ...30  106  76  1.140  40  140  90  "65  40  TOO  20  108  146  32  ���5  5S9  30  45  53  Total,tons  508.876 690,419 839,808 113,628 1.161.5371,148,237 1,487,400 1.598,715965204 30,637?  J Smelter treatment���  JOranby Co.    3.2,340401,921   252,506687,9.18828,879   037,626   1037,5441.042,83764811030.2751  I B.C.CopperCo.    148,600 163,913   210,484110.830.23,74��   341,953    3tM.85��   341.370 181.123   9568 r  { Dom. Cop. Co.             132.570     30,930   81,059218,811    153-439       22,66fi       ��� ���  "J  ���**5>  Total reduced-     460,940 697,404 837,661 982,877 1,172.43�� i.133-��17 i.359-��6�� 348,439     ��'dS2SBS2ra__S5a525B_n_mSilSE5H��.^^ \w  PHOENIX PIONEER. PHOEUIX, 8.6.  [Mark  ^Asaya-Newrall  THE    NEW    REMEOV    FOR  Nervous Exhaustion  Nervous Exhaustion unchecked  opens the door toNeuralgia, Headache, Insomnia, Digestive Disturbances, Mental Depression.and  many serious organic diseases.  Early treatment with "Asaya-  Nsuraw," averts these. It feeds  the nerves, induces sleep, improves the appetite and digestion,  and restores buoyancy of spirits.  A few doses convince. $ i. 50 per  bottle. Obtain from the following  JOHN LOVE.     *  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  HHDID OH iATO��D��TS It TMS  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at raosiriz. a. c.  T<_.i_.r,_.nn_�� I BuauieM oSce Mo. 14.  TatepkoMa } Manager1, residence. Mo. 1  nmcuRioi.   in advahc...  tn Tear _ ������   ���IsMoatfci ~   Tetkc Doited State*, per year.-.....���..���  T. ALFRCO LOVE. Mana<_im.  ..Sl.M  , I.ts  .  ��JO  <UNIONT  Saturday, July 30, 1910  The ease with which the Westminster lacrosse team disposed of the  Montreal challengers, who come heralded as the best lacrosse aggregation  that ever came out of the east, amply  demonstrated that the British Columbians hold the Mintocup by consistent  'M.  tw  superior playing the national game.  The spasmodic winning of the trophy  by specially primed combinations of  players, who simply hold it for the  time being, does not reflect a superior  ' team.. But when a bunch of "homebrews" win the cup and defend it with  such ease against the best the east can  produce for a season or two, no ques  NEXT CENSUS  OF POPULATION  The next census of Canada will be  taken under date of June 1st, 1911,  and will embrace the subjects of population, morality, agriculture, manufactures, minerals, fisheries and dairy  products.  Population will be recorded under  the heads of residence and personal  description; citizenship, nationality and  religion;1,' profession, - occupation and  trade, or means of living; wage-earnings  and insurance; education arid language  spoken, and infirmities.  Every person living on 1st June will  will be entered on the schedule of population by, name, as member of a  family, institution or household, together with place of habitation, sex,  relationship to head of the family or  household, and whether single, married,  widowed, divorced or legally separated.  The month of birth, year of birth and  age at last birthday will also be recorded.  Entrance will be made for each  person to show the country or place of J  birth, year of immigration to Canada, J  if born elsewhere, year of naturalization if formerly an alien, and also  racial or tribal origin, nationality and  religion. Every person of alien birth,  who has become a naturalized citizen  is a Canadian by nationality; and every  British subject with residence in Canada, as well as every native of Canada  who has acquired citizenship by birth  or naturalization, is also a Canadian by  nationality. But there is no Canadian  racial or tribal origin, unless' the Indians are so counted. ,.  Every person having an occupation  or trade will be entered  for it, but   if  employed ni the census year at  some  other   occupation   for  part  or  whole  time he will be so recorded  also.    II  the person is working on own account,  the entry will be so made.    An  entry  is also required to   be   made  showing  where the person is  employed,  as  on  farm, in woolen mill, at foundry  shop,  in drug store, etc. .  Wage-earners are entered   to  show  PROVINCIAL.  o���-  Phoenix Miners' Union will cele  orate Labor Day.  Most of the fires throughout the interior are now under control.  H. V. Parker is Cranbrook's city  engineer at a salary of $150 per month  A seizure of liquor was recently made  at Fort George by the provincial authorities.  Land is being cleared at Kennedy  lake for the erection of a. Dominion  fish hatchery.  Kelotvna council is passing a bylaw  to restrict auto speeding. Phoenix  doesn't require any.  "How to learn to be an aviator,"  says a heading. But the funeral expenses are overlooked. .���"  Munn and Collie', the London mountain climbers, are preparing for a second  attempt to scale Mount Robson.  Grant King, one of the old timers  of the Kootenays, dropped dead at his  home at Ainsworth on the   19th  inst,  A site for the new government build  East Kootenay mines are arranging  for an exhibit at Vancouver's first exhibition.  Mining properties in Bayonne camp,  in east Kootenay, are showing up well  at present.  The Silver Cup mine, in the Lardeau  district, is again being operated after a  temporary suspension.  The occurrence of molybdenum &  Aspen Grove is reported from the  Nicola district. The mineral .was  found there last summer, but not much  development work has yet been done  on the claim.  Shipments of ore through Kaslo in  June were not large, owing chiefly to a  postponement of shipping zinc ore  from the Lucky Jim pending the completion of the tramway down to the K.  & S. railway.      ,  Early in July a carload of lead was  shipped from the Consolidated Mining  and Smelting company's works at Trail,  consigned to Kiobe, Japan.    The Ross-  1 QUEEN'S HOTEL I  DRAYINQ  5��:   R. V. Chisholm, Prop. Danny Deane, Manager  =2  This is.ihe Largest mid fewest Hotel in the city, heated by (.team,  and well furnished throughout for the accommodation of the public;  Kwrythirig Neat, C!>sui and Up-to-JJate.     Meals served at nil hours.  BAR STOCKED 'WITH,CHOICEST LIQUORS  AND CHiARS.  Centrally  Located Corner   Bridge and   Kncb  Hill  Avenue  Of all   kiii.lM   promptly  anehd....  10.    Rapid  Expr.'BN and  IJii,-K!,'K<-  I'ttnHfer.   (Jarful .utoniion        '  or(l"���- Phono  IO l  .WV*  MriES Q. flcKEOWN  A. S. HOOD,  Pi re, Llie and  Qencral Arm .  Acclden  Iniurance.  EZ      STEAM   HEATED  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING  TELEPHONE   48   and  26  ^iiia^iiimilUiiii4iUiUjUiit'iUiii^iUiUiii^iUiiiili/)uitiv  ��5g��VaP3?aP5K;3ft^^  Hotel Brooklyn  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Maimers Barfeer^iiop  'OR    AN   EASY   SHAVE  ���>ND STYLISH HAIRCyT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  ings at Fort George has been selected  land Miner says that ''lead is beginning  v.,  ;'^ the Dominion government has decided  to admit from all countries except  Asia railway construction laborers who  are mentally, morally and physically  fit, willing to work and who   are guar  s''''-v  the number of weeks employed in 1910  at chief occupation or trade; at other  than chief occupation if any; the hours  of working time per week at chief occupation, or at other occupation if any;  the total earnings in 1910 at chief  occupation; the total earnings at other  than chief occupation; and the rate per  hour when employed by the hour.  are,required .,to.,be, aiade,for  pecsori' shbwing'vihe''' amount' S'of  held at date of the census  upon life, as well as against accident or  sickness, together with the cost of such  insurance in the census year.  Under the heading of education and  language records will be taken for every  anteed   employment.    Contractors in  this province and on  the prairies  will   Person of five years  of a&e and over  be able to  secure  ���--���  -���i.���  -<lshowIng   'he   number   of months  at  and building operations will commence  shortly.  VV. P. Tierney & Co. have secured  a subcontract for the construction of  ten miles of the Canadian Northern  east of Mission.  Crop failure on the prairies is responsible for a balloon ascension in  the price of flour; shorts will now take  the place of flour.  Graham Island has been gone over  by a provincial government engineer  with the prospect of establishing a railway in that part of the province,  R. G. Scruton, editor of the Creston  Review, has just returned from an  eight-months' trip to the old country.  The Review has evidentally been operating on the pay streak.  Manard's ranch, near Okanagan  Falls, upon which asbestos was recently  discovered, is now in active demand by  would-be purchasers. One offer was  made of $350,000 conditional upon a  depth of three inches being maintained  throughout the asbestos vein.  Jean Wolkenstein, president of the  British Columbia and Alaska Railway  company, a New York concern, which  proposes building an 800-mile railway  from yancouver northerly via Lytton  to Fort George, and which has had  parties over the ground this spring,  hadlan'tintCT^ew^wtti^Preraietv^Mc-  DrMa  niitlintr..*   W.o   _%_-__v.r^n�������.'_,   n1_._*_.  Bride outlining his company's plans.  TO BE COPPER  CURTAILMENT  large  numbers  of I    ,     , �� '  , m<��n���h_, ._���,*���,  school m 1910,  firstclass construction men who under  strict interpretation of the immigration  regulations might be debarred.  The newspaper is a law for the indolent, a sermon for the thoughtless, a  library for the poor and anadmonisher  for the lawless. It may stimulate the  most indifferent but it cannot be pub-  '��� lished without cost and sent free to  subscribers.    This is no joke.'  Hon. Joseph Martin, member of the  Imperial parliament, is due to arrive  in Vancouver in a few days, where he  will meander midst the scenes of his  former political battles.  IS*'  Canadian marksmen at Bisley made  a good showing, bringing home a share  of the trophies, as well as about $4500  of the prize money.  There is a couple in California who  believe in perpetual honeymoon. They  are now getting married to each other  for the fourth time.  and if the person can  read and write, and the language com  monly spoken by each person. The  cost of education in 1910 for persons  over r6 years of age at College, Convent or University is also called for.  The last question on the schedule of  population relates to infirmities. It  calls for a record cf each person having  an infirmity. If blind, deaf and dumb,  crazy or lunatic, idiotic or silly, a record  thereof will be made in the proper  column, and the age at which the infirmity appeared is required to be  specified.  Game Regulations  Hunters throughout the province in  another month will he preparing for an  invasion of the game districts of the  country, for according to the regulations issued by the government the  first legal day when the quest of game  may be undertaken is September 1st,  when ducks, geese and snipe may be  shot on the mainland and islands adjacent thereto, but on Vancouver  Island the season will not be  until September 15.  Blue and willow grouse may be shot  open  Make Capper for Sevan Cents  The Cerro de Pasco  Mining com  pany of Peru,  of which  A.   B.   VV., - -       Hodges, formerly of the Granby com-) j? Kootenay from September 1st to  pany is now general manager, is producing its copper at a cost of seven  cents per pound delivered in New York.  The average mn of ore is 4% to 5%  copper, three to ten ounces of silver  and 4% to 13% lead.  December 31. Prairie chicken may  be shot throughout the province during  October. Ducks and geese between  Sept. 1 and Feb. s8.  Deer may be shot  between  Sept. r  and Dec. 15th.  Boston���There  will   be a  material  falling off in copper  production  from  this time out, as most if not all of the  leading producers  have  finally  taken  cognizance of existing  conditions  and  will   curtail   their   output.    This  will  take effect  immediately.    There have  been no conferences  between  competitive producing interests on the matter  ���but the restriction to  be placed  on  copper production will be far-reaching.  Concerted action   would  bring curtailment   under   the  ban   of Federal  government regulations,   and none  of  the officials desire any such antagonism.  A producer.of more than  100,000,-  000 pounds a  year:    "From   now  on  there will be  a  restriction   of copper  output.    This will not result from concerted movement,  but from  the individual   efforts of each  mine   management.    The'effect on metal prices will  probably be immediate."  Consumers' yards are again nearing  the bare point, for on their purchases  some weeks ago they bought mostly  for July and August only, although  some Septem ber was also secured.  The Vogelstein agency is of the belief  that world's consumption is running  ahead of production; if this is the case  with slowing down of production, the  surplus will disappear and more normal  conditions prevail.  to move now and this   carload will   be  followed by others."  Announcement has been made to  the effect that the West Kootenay  Mining Corporation Ltd., an auxiliary  < o npany of Emissions Minieres, Ltd.,  will this season proceed with the erection and equipment of a 10 stamp mill  at or near the Joker mine, situated at  the head of the south fork of Kaslo  Creek.  The new management of the Iron  Mask mine at Kamloops is losing no  time in its efforts to again place the  property on the list of shippers. Work  has been begun on a new concentrator  which it is expected will be a decided  improvement on the one formerly in  use.  The Blue Bell mine at Riondel will  shortly resume operations en a more  "xtensive scale than ever. S. S. Fowler, manager of the Canadian Metal  company, and owner of the property,  has just returned to Nelson from Paris,  France, where he went to discuss with  his principals in regard to the company's affairs.  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  ���Steam   j*    Heated  2   JAMES MARSHALL, Prop. Phoenix, B.C.  6..%;.^.W^^*:*:_V^^;8.-V^��^^^:^^^:-;  KingEdward Lodge, No.3o  A. K. and A. M. '  R KUiHrconimiiiilcalloiigp.ru.     St.  ond Tliurjulny ofcneli month.  Kiner*..... meetltiKH ����P��llrd;M��honii  Hull   Ml-Hnlr HIock.  . S  COOK    -  Secretary.  K. S. FKA8KR  W.M.  c��%2>  I. O, O. F.  dNOWSHOK LODOH NO. ,<���  Meeu every Monday Hvsnltm   ai Mlm-o.'  '���lnltltiK brethren cordially invited.  J  W.  T.  V   McKeiitlr, Noble 'i rand  A. I'lCKARU, Fin   Secy.  A.  I.t-aii,   Kecord. Hecy;  ������������������������������a  no cured In a few minutes by  MATHIEU'S  NERVINE, POWDERS  Belnc In form of a powder the/act Instantly and cere the pain boforo any tablet  or cachet could begin to work.  Absolutely Safe. Sold by dealers 25c.  per box containing 18 powders. 5-5-��  J. I. ItMbUcn Co., l!!r&, Sfurbrooke, P.Q.  Gold For Apples  Spokane, July a8.'���One hundred  dollars in gold and'a barrel of sulphur  spray will be awarded���to the grower  from any part of the world showing a  pyramid of 50 of the largest apples,  weight alone to decide, at the third  National Apple Show in Spokane,  November 14 to 19. The second  prize is $25 in cash. The management will also pay $25 in gold for the  largest apple, free from blemish, the  second award being $10 in cash.  There will be a substantial prize for  the exhibit sent from the most distant  point.  Expert watch   repairing  at  Black's  jewelry store; satisfaction guaranteed.  OptinltUo Prediction  In a speech at Winnipeg Sir Wilfrid  Laurier said that he hoped to live to  see the day when the Saskatchewan  river would be made navigable from  the foot of the Rocky mountains to the  city of Winnipeg and this means a  waterway completed to the Atlantic  seaboard. "I hope to live to see this  complete communication," he said.  '���It is not a dream. It will some time  be an accomplished fact "  Nlalaf Records  . The following are ihe locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc; re  corded   at   the  office   of   the   Grand  '.Forks Mining ''Division "for- the,past  week: '  LOCATIONS  Oreide, Summit camp, J. A. Mc-  Master; Trail, south of Coryell, John  Popovitch; Axis, Minna Haley, Wellington camp, J. A. Nelson, P. J.  Byrne; Mattie, t McRae creel:, John  Wilford; Skyline, McRae creek,  Maurice Riddle.  CERTIFICATE OF WORK  St. Joseph, Central camp, H. John  son; Piperlad, Seattle camp, Stewart  Carrathers; Marx, Moose, Wellington  camp, surveys, D. L. Mclntominey;  Viking, Christena Lake, Ole Johnson,  Nancy Hanks, Silver King, Silver  Queen, Copper King, U.S. and B C,  Franklin camp, Hoffman et al; Sultana,  Christena Lake, W. M. McKay.  TRANSFERS  I.X.L., near Fife, 1 3 to J. W. Graham, 1-3 to Elmer Ness, 1-6 to Ole  Johnson, 1 6 to Fridolph Werner from  Otto Jackson; Blacktai'l and Monitor,  one mile north of Fife, 1-3 to , Elmer  Ness, 1-6 to Ole Johnson, 1 6 to Fridolph Werner from J. VV. Graham;  Merrimack and Mohawk, Christena  Lake, 1-3 to J. VV. Graham, 1-6 to  Ole Johnson, 1 6 to Fndolph Werner  from Elmer Ness.  AGREEMENT  Re Mohawk, Monitor, M'^rrimax,  Blacktail and I.X L., Elmer Ness, J.  XV. Graham, Fridolph Werner, Ole  Johnson, 1-4 interest each.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a��aaaas  THE KING'S HOTEL  "The Pride of the Boundary."  PHOENIX, BfC.  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- simodious sample  E. P. SHEA,  Proprietor  PUOKNIS   Aicioi:   mo  rooms.  �����������������������������������������������������*��������������������  W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager  i*(*����t��������e��*(et������a*(M4  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a. in.  '' " lower town, 10.00 a.m.  Leave   Greenwood  Standard Time    3.00 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoknix Okkicb, With MoRab Bboh.. Knob Hill Avb.  H.   M.    LAING,   Prop,  MfuiiliiUmon Hal  Frlilny fveiilnn.  "V'lH-t|nK    brollir-a  ���Iwnyiwrlconir  .' Thor 011. w. I'.  Orrln D. ninth,  W. r<r.-  IMNNAM    (!.C  K.ofP.lOD(.EiNo.28   I'MOKNlX,  B.C   Mi-els I'vi'iy Tiikmi.w  Kvk<ci>.<_ at"7.!t0    :  Soj jurultiK   llruth^n. C_.r.tlii'l>  WrIc-ome��l :  U    W    THOMPSON'  K.  of K.  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  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, Cordwood or Slabwood.  Phone No. A 44, and all orders for Lumber or Wood  will receive prompt attention.  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  'Phone B32  Johnson  &  Anderson  Wanted  A REPRESENTATIVE  FOR PHOENIX AND  DISTRICT.  The popularity nf our stock (crown on  limestone soil, making hardier and  longer lived irtes than Coast ymwii  stock), is acknowledged by FX-  PERIF.NCE.n B C. FrUFt  GROWERS.  G. A. ROSS,Phoenix  The B. C. Government Inspector  las congratulated us on the fact that  our stock is cleaner and finer than  shipped in hy any other,concern.  We offer a permanent position to  ihe right man, with libeial inducements.  Stone & Wellington  FONTHILL NURSERIES  (I.ioen-od by B.C. <70vernment.)  rORONTO ���������-     .     ONTARIO  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORE RECORD  Sblpmeota sod Smeller Receipts For Year to  Oaie.  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 191 o to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK.  Boundary 31,542  Rossland    4.579  East Columbia River 5,607  VEAR.  980,725  '47.437  176,050  (Everybody now admit*  Zam-Buk best for these.  Let. tt give YOU ease  and comfort.  ������*  Drutfiiti anJ Starrs mrywkirt  Wms&tim.  Total 41,728  SMELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby 20,479  Copper Co...   9,052  B.C.  Trail.  7,666  1,304,212  692,102  193,766  �����75.��3*  Total  37.197 1,160,999  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.  :^:E:L'i;ABtlE  ^REMEDY  For  IMPURE BLOOD  SCROFULA  BOILS  PIMPLES  SALT RHEUM  TETTER  ECZEMA  E(c  NYAL'S BLOOD  PURIFIER  Has No Equal  Purifies the Blood  NYAL'S BLOOD PURIFIER means  pure blood. Try it aud 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  $1.00.  John Love,  Druggist, Phoenix, B.C.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Aiiyono Bondlpn a akoteh and ascription m��T  qnlclclr uncortnln our opinion froo wfiothor an  liiTentlnn Is lu-nhnblr piitoiitnhle. Communion-  SL��n1V,t_Tic,_1?;^l"'lo"t',''-,HANDBdOK on P.tentS  ��ont free. (Ililciit /wonor for BocurlciK Datonta.  Patonta taken t_iroiii.li Munn & Co. rooolTO  ��ji��lal notice, without ohnrao, la the  Scientific jlitiericatt  A hundBOTnoly intmtnitprt weekly. Li-Twit circulation o. iiny _.|i..>_l.]c ���.louni.U. T.riiu for  Canada, $��.75 a yuir, poutaKe vnipaliL Hold by  all Mwuleulc... *  MUNN &Co.36,B��"��'^. New York  Branch onico. G2S F ->��� WiuMd ���"-i. B. O.  fog  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Foun.-ed 1892��� Incorporate'. 1803.  NEW WESTMINSTKR. B.C.  Provides a Christian home lor Ptin-i-  nits of both tiexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior stuci-  rjts, Joins: 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 Courae and in the LaiJies'  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  Int affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Eev. W /. 8ipperell,B.A.,B.D.,Princi.  psl;o? Bar. J. P, Bowall. Banar OMOFNIX PIOHEEH. PHBEHIf. B.��  Fortune Telling  Does not take into consideration the one essentia] to woman's happiness���womanly health.  The woman who neglcoU her health is neglecting the  very foundation of ail good fortune. For without health  love loses its lustre and gold is but dross.  Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be  regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.  This Prescription baa, tor over to years,  been carina delicate, weak, pain-wracked  women, by tbe hundreds ot thousands  and this too In tbe privacy of their homes  without their havlnU to submit to Indell.  eate Queatlonln&a and offensively repu&.  nant examinations.  Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter free.  All correspondence held as sacredly confidential.   Address World's Dispensary  Medical Association, R. V. Pieroe, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.  Da. Pikkcb's Great Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense  Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition���1000 pages, answers in  Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married,  ought to know about. Seat free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of  31 one-cent stamps to cover ��"��'l'"j( only, or in cloth binding for 50 stamps.  k FAMOUS PEOPLE  ?           -1  f  1    I  i  i-     *_i  D. J. Matheson  3it8iirance tlgcm  l'lllKI.ITY      IIONI.M.  COMHH-UONKK     COI1   'TAKI.W     A Vfl II.V VITK  .PHOENIX,   B.C.  FIKK,        I.IFI5  AM'  ACC1DKNT,  I'l.ATK    (JI.A8H  A^/     '.  Eastern Trips  For Western People  Summer Tourist Round Trip fares in effect June 2,  17, 24;  July s, 22; August 3 and September 8., 1910.  SPECIAL FARES $60 ROUND TRIP  To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior, and Kansas  City. $72.50 to Chicago; $108.50 to New York; $107.50 to  \\ ash._igt.on, 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  Mali Over the Aluuntains. or come   in  and  let's  talk it over.  W. X. Perkins.  Phoenix, B.C.  Agent.  fei*  CHRISTINA LAKE HOTEL  ON  BEAUTIFUL  CHRISTINA   LAKE  O-LK   JOHNSON,   I'uoi :rou  The Best of Fishing, Boatiug and  Bathing.    Steam Launch  meets parties at foot of lake from Cascade.  Fifeteen Mintrtes Walk from Fife Station  Picnic aud  Week-End Parties Specially Catered  CAMPERS INVITED  FRESH     MILK  That pronounced presence of Rich Cream is found only  in Purest Milk. That is the kind we sell. We invite  you to become a judue bv giving ua a trial. Phone Orders  to E. 32, and name will be promptly attended to and delivered daily.  W. A. McKAY & SONS  0fll  WILFRID   KAUIIIEB  The Premier of Canada  By sheer fo'ree of ability and the compelling power of character. Sir  Wilfrid Laurler has reached the highest position In Canadian politics, and  won a name that "must live in the annaja of the British Empire." He baa  overridden obstacles that would have daunted a man of less virile genius and  paXrlbiii��b Thiwi.-gh French was his anccBtry and language, and Catholicism  his religion, he'has become iho leader of the destinies of a great English-  speaking nation, the larger part of whose peup.-s are Protestants.  He was born in St. Lin, Quebec, In 1841, of a taeilly of rebels who fought  bravely under Paplneau In the revolt of 1837. Froj. the little country school  where his teacher, a Scotchman, spurred his ambition and powerfully influenced his life, he passed to L'Assomptlon College, and In 1864, after completing his course In law, entered the Bar. When be made his dfebut in politics  In 1871 as a member of the Quebec Assembly, his magic eloquence, the fearlessness, strength and finality of his words, and tbe mastery by which he  brought order out of chaos, light out of dartuess, thrilled his audience.  Three years later he resigned from the Legislature and was returned to  the House of Commons on the overthrow of the Macdonald government. In  1876 he became zninlsiar of inland revenue, and two years later changes In  politics deprived him of thfcj posUiop. He was. the acknowledged leader of  the Liberals who were the Opposition party until 1896, when after eighteen  years of waiting, the reins of government again came into their hands and  in the first flush ot triumph, they made him Premier.  His statesmanship fcy.s been broad, liberal, far-sighted; his patriotism  and his love of liberty are mani/tot ira every act and word. He loves and  cherishes the British Empire, and glories in the part that Canada takes in  it; but as a. Power of great possibility, sharing with the United States the  golden future of the American continent, he demands of England and the  world the recognition of Canada, not as a babe in the swaddling clothes of a  colony, but as a full grown nation of virility and assured triumph.  Tall, erect, with a handsome presence, cisan-shaven face, clear, penetrating blue eyes, a firm mouth, broad shoulders, a brow masterful and dignified,  a voice soft, sonorous and ever with the suggestion of unexpended reserve,  a smile gentle antf soothing as a benediction, with a courtesy and kindness  thai surround him as an aura���this Is Sir Wilfrid Laurler, Canada's greatest  orator aud stutesinan.  __..u>r��.l ..-.���..nllM.-... A.-t ... th�� Parliament of C*n��d��, in tbe yew UKH, by W. C. Muck, at tbe Department of Apiculture. .  NEW LIQUOR ACT  ';������    IN FORCE AUG. 1  The new liquor act which comes  into effect at the beginning of- next  month, makes several changes in the  regulations and clearly defines several  questions which have heretofore been  , in doubt.  Touching upon Sunday-closing the  new act states that all places where  liquor is sold shall be "absolutely  closed and securely locked" from 10  o'clock Saturday night until 5 o'clock  Monday morning, during which time  no person whosoever shall enter such  places, and all window blinds shall be  kept open so that a full view, of the  bar may be obtained from   the street.  One of the chief points defined in  the act which comes into force is in  regard to those who are the exceptions  to whom liquor may be sold during  prohibited hours. Liquor may be  sold on the prescription of a "duly  qualified medical practitioner; at bona  fide meals in the dining-room only,  and to bona fide commercial travelers  who arrive at a hotel from a distance  during closed hours. An excursionist  is not a bona fide traveler, according  to the act, and legally cannot be served  with* any intoxicating beverage.  Power is given by the act for any  municipality to enforce the Sunday  Observance Act, and all municipal  councils have concurrent pnwer to d^al  i with cases under the Municipal Clauses  Act, and to provide and enforce the  restrictions. Every bylaw already in  effect is valid and effectual and will  not be superseded by this act.  QUEEM OF ACTRESSES  PRAISES PERUNA.  <��oo<ro<>ooooooooo<>o<>ooo<)<>oooo��oo��o<��Ooo<  "I Am  Glad To  Write My  Endorsement.  Of The  Great  Remedy  Pe-ru-na*  I Do So  Most  Heartily/*  Julia Marlowe.  CUP REMAINS  AT THE COAST  New Westminster, July 23���Merely  a picture of ihe Mmto cup will Manager  Findlay and his defeated and disheartened   Montreal   lacrosse   team    carry  with them when  they   leave  for   their  old home town.     But with that photographic copy of the   coveted   emblem  which they sought to lift,   goes   a   bag  of gold to cheer them   on   their   way.  Nine is the sum   total  of their  efforts  in the games today and a week   ago to  take   the  Minto  silverware,   while  23 I  goals is the proud  record   of  the   fast  victorious Royals.    The score  was   10  to 4 last week and the  champions   en  couraged by that lead  of six  made   it  13 to 5 in the game today.  It was a slow and disappointing contest for the New Westminster boys so  outclassed the challengers that the lat  ter were at times made mere infants in  the game.  It was devoid of any remarkable  features. The attendance of 7000  made the total for the two games over  18,000, wherein lies the little bag of  gold for the visitors. The teams were  the same in all positions as last Saturday.  Conditions were even better for fast  lacrosse than last week.. Friday night's  rain had laid the dust and made the  turf firmer, while clouds tempered the  hct sun.    The   Montreal   fielders   did  not seem to have any speed at all and  the Salmonbellies ran rings around  them.    Every time the would-be cham-  Yankee Girl's Reeord Phenomatiil  A property which has already demonstrated great worth and wonderful  possibilities is the Yankee Girl mine  at Ymir. Within a period of two years  this property, practically without a  dollar of capital, has yielded net earnings of $130,000, and is now clearing  over and above all expenses of operation approximately $15,000 a month.  Great as these earnings are, considering the age and condition of the mine,  they undoubtedly will be largely exceeded in the future, as the second  pay shoot, from which production  has  Westminster.  President Findlay said he felt called  upon to express the most sincere admiration for the play of the Westminster home. "It's the finest I ever saw  and I must take off my hat to them,"  was his remark.  pions stopped the ball they lost it right I just begun, averages above $50   a   ton  away in a hurry and the   play   was all I instead of $20, as in the  case of the  Phoenix Railway Timetable.  C    P.    R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson 11.30 a.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     3.50 p.m.  GREAT   NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ..     9.00 a.m.  Arrives .. 5.10 pm,  No. 1 ore shoot, from   which all   production to date has been obtained.  J**"*"  J    /  MISS JULIA MARLOWE.  0<K)<XK>0-0-0<_<��>00-b��>0000<_rt_K>00-0^^  "1 Improved under the treatment, bal  t>.. socu v.* i ..topped taking the medicine, I got bad again.  "1 took the medicine for two years,  then I got Kick again and gavo up oil  hopes of getting cured.  "I saw a testimonial of a man whose  case was similar to mine being cured by  Peruna, so I thought I would give it ���  trial.  "I procured a bottle at once and commenced taking it. I havo taken several  botlles and am entirely cured.  ANY remedy that boneiils dlgo.tlon  strengthens tlio nerves.  The nerve centers require nutrition.  If the digestion is Impaired, the nerve  centers become anemic, and Indigestion  is the result.,  r Peruna Is not a nervine nur a _  stimulant. It benefits the nerves by i  benefiting digestion. ?  urn 1 11  ��� e m   e e e m i  ����������������������  Peruna frees tbe stomach of catarrhal  congestions and normal digestion is tho  rosnlt.  In other words, Peruna goes to the  I    "I have gained In strength  and  I *___��_ __���___. ���..   _(;_/_.._._..   n_>_��._^_��       f   j._��_  bottom of the whole difficulty, when ' ; feel like a different person.    I be  the disagreeable symptoms disappear,   ilieve Peruna Is all that Is claimed  Mrs. J. C. Jamison, 61 Marchant street, ' \ for it."  "Watsonvlllc, Cal., writes:  "I was troubled wilh my stomach for  alx years.   I tried many kinds of medi;  Nervines, such as   coal  tar preparations, are iloin;,r a frreat deal of harm,  , , ,.       . Sleep medicines and headache powders  cine, also was treated by three doctors. I        ^ alikei_���0:lrt dopressa^3, and  "They said that I had nervous dys-   should not he u?'jcl.   Thenerves would  pfpsia.   I was puton a liquid diet for ! ���>-. .--II ritht, if Uk- di -c=tion were good.  three months. I Verimn ..otw.U the digestion.  5  DAYS to the  CVUTINA COPPER REGION.  From SEATTLE lo this R��w_rk-.tlo New  Country Is Now an Easy and Quick Journey by  ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Boats  to Cordova, thence over the COPPER KIVER  & NORTHWESTERN RY.  A VIRGIN FIELD FOR PROSPECTORS  Is at last available. It Is the opportunity ot  a generation. Get ACCURATE Information  about It and also about TETROUOH RATES to  The Idifarod,  Hie " New Poor Man's Camp,"  I*>"   application   to  The Alaska Steamship Co.,  Seattle,   Wuab.  Brighten Your Home  Now is the time to take a look round your house and see  what is required in the line of  Furniture  ::Notaing brighter^ a^  comfort of a horne 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. EDWARD5  OLD  IRONSIDES  AVENUE  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 Syrups,"  "colic cures" and "infanto' 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  r  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic and judicious care of money  By making frequent deposits in the Ihterest Department  By carrying an account in the Business Department  and paying for everything by check.  Yes, the Merchant Who  Advertises Can Afford  to Sell It For Cess S  No matter what the article is, unless it should be something whose selling price is as fixed as that of a postage  stamp, the merchant who is an enterprise advertiser is sure  to sell it for less than the merchant who does not advertise.  For, in spite of his advantages in buying���buying in large |fi  quantities, for cash or short credit, taking instant advan- jjj  tage of buying OPPORTUNITIES���his selling advantage  is the decisive factor. For he is enabled to count his profits  on a large aggregate of sales���not compelled to secure them  from a few sales, for he would then be taxing a small  number of customers with the entire support of his business.  A store that makes a net profit of $100 in a day from  sales to three hundred customers, is sure to sell to each of  those customers on a closer margin of profit than is the  non-advertising store that is COMPELLED to make  enough to cover a daily expense of $50 out of sales made to  fifty customers.  If you are one of the 300 daily customers of. the merchant who advertises, you are paying but one three hundredth part of his store profits on the days you buy. If  you are one of the fifty daily customers of the non-advertising merchant, you are paying one-fiftieth of his profits.  If you are fairly "good at figures," you will quickly  convince yourself that You Ought to Buy Advertised Things.  vJYyo&f  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  with the Dime  will  give   yoa  entire  satisfaction.  Sold and guaranteed by  2450  John Love, -P-wggfet  eavy uraying  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 firsl-class cordwood, short or long,  and  can  deliver  it   on   short   notice.      Phone   your   order   to  McElroy Bros.  (PHONE 34)  Phoenix, B.C- /  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOEUIX, B.C.  oward  Watches  YJCfE 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, Presentations, etc.    They will last a lifetime.  E,. A. Black, >*gle'  w In and Around Phoenix  BR1KF  TOPICS   OF   LOCAL  AND  GKNBRAl.  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS; ***  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  We Cannot Emphasise J Fact  m\.  )��r;ff��?rvr.^^-W��3g''^fWT^^^^  too strongly that PHOENIX  BEER is absolutely pure. Nothing  tut the best Hops, Barley Salt and  pure water are used in its making,  nothing but time used in the "lager-  ing" or ageing.  Drink Phoenix Beer  and you'll be healthier and happier.  "Where Phoenix Beer is used Regularly, the Doctor Seldom Comes..  Phone is, the Cosmopolitan grocery.  A. S. Hood returned Saturday from  a trip to Spokane.  R: Livesley was in town from Grand  Forks on Wednesday.  Fridolph Werner leaves Tuesday on  a trip to Minneapolis.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, I'hoenix, B.C.  R V. Clmholm returned Tuesday  from a trip to Rossland.  James Ltiece, formerly of Phoenix,  died in Vuiir last Saturday.  Mrs. J. T. Hawthorn left Tuesday  on a'visit to friends in Vancouver.  Nelson defeated Grand Forks 8 to  o at baseball in Nelson on Wednesday.  John Kirktip of Rossland, provincial  assessor, was iii town  on Wednesday.  To rent, house on Ironsides avenue;  convenient to mines; apply to C. A.  Ross.  B. Lequime, the lumber merchant  of Grand Forks, has purchased an  auto.  Mrs. D. A. Grant left Tuesday via  ihe C.P.R. for Vancouver, to join Mr.  Giant.  A. E. McDougall, contractor of  Grand Forks, was a visitor in town  this week. .  Brighten your rooms with wall paper  now selling at reduced prices at A.  Almstrom's.  July 15 to August 31 is the close  season for bear shooting in British  Columbia.  Mr. and Mrs. James Dewar have  been holidaying at Deer Park on the  Arrow Lakes.  Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Howe went to  Christena Lake on Saturday to camp  for a couple of weeks.  John Love left Tuesday on a trip to  Fort George to inspect the new northern metropolis.  Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dickson spent  the week end with Mr. and Mrs. O. B.  Smith at Christena Lake.  R. J. .Gardner was in town from  Grand Forks on Tuesday and attended  the tarewell to Mr. McCracken.  Expert watch repairing at" Black's  jewelry store;  satisfaction   guaranteed.  Gus Miner, who has been receiving  medical tti-aiinetu in Spokane, relumed  Monday.  The hall of the Scandinavian Aid  and Fellowship society is being renovated and beautified. Decorator Evans  made an artistic work of the walls and  ceiling, while a new floor has been laid  for dancing It is now one of the  mist attractive lodfjeroo.ns in the city.  M*laf*a*an*laM**0*an0am**e*amimPlt0m. I  To Prevent Explosions  To prevent explosions of coal dust  in mines experiments are under way  in which water is pumped into borings  under pressure It thus is foiced into  fissures, and after it is pumped out the  coal can be trokep down with picks  without blasting.  Mrs. Albert Biner, who was taken  suddenly ill Tuesday'evening, and was  moved to hospital is now much b.Urr.  W. E. Scott, deputy minister of  agriculture, will be in Midway on  August 3rd to select a site for the demonstration orchard.  The death of Edwin Greer,   son  of  C. VV. Greer, formerly of Phoenix, oc  curred in Calgary on the 10th inst.  of  typhoid, aged 18 years.  Myrtle Peterson, who has been connected with Matthews' barber shop for  the past year, left Tuesday for North  Yakima to go ranching.  Jim Turner, better known as "Missouri," found his way into the lockup  at Grand Forks'a few days ago, having  discovered a bunch of snakes.  Mr. and Mrs, A. Almstrom and Mr.  and Mrs. James Marshall drove down  to Grand Forks on Sunday to attend  the funeral of the late Mr. Starks.  The diamond drill contractor of the  British Columbia Copper has been  moved from the Mother Lode mine to  the Jackpot group in Wellington camp.  Thomas Roderick, who has been in  the Similkameen for the past few weeks  doing assessment work on mineral  claims, returned to town on  Saturday.   |f it Don't John   Love  Will   Give  Mr. and  Mrs.   XV.  A.   Pickard,  ac-  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.  Phoenix Railway Tlnietfible.  C.   I'.   R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson 11.30 a.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     3.50 p.m.  GREAT   NORTHKRN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ,.     9,00 a.m.  Arrives .. 5.10 p m  PARISIAN SAGE  CURES DANDRUFF  oe  ���.'  We carry a splendid selection of SHOES, and they  embody every advantage for  comfort to the wearer. They  are made to fit and wear, and we sell them at rock  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. ,,  WJ^^%^^^^imvli'tm&J^J^'lK��V^m**iJ "_^''__^.  v -'���'.i��,*.'^��__^L''"  ?%tt��6$lX^BREwlNG CO., LTD.  " , PHONE   NO.   S3  Gentlemen!  Our Stock of Shaving Supplies is complete���Razors, Hones, Creams, Lotions,  etc.  We have just received a very fine  line of high-class Razor Strops���something extra good at reasonable prices.  LOVE/S DRUG STORE  PRESCRIPTIONS  CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.  UPPER TOWN        ^        PHOENIX, B. C.  James Copeland. the   veteran   pros-  *p��cier.of.>Ca.mp, McK-inney; was calling  on friends in town on Wednesday.  The   Board   of-   Works   is   making  some much-needed repairs to the side  walk in fiont of the Boyle block.  Alex. MacLeod of Newburg, N.Y.,  lis  on  a  visit to friends in the city,  [ while on a tour of British Columbia.  Martin Burrell, M.P., has , received  a carload of piping to be used in irrigating his orchard in the Kettle valley.  Mrs. N. J. Carson and family returned on .Tuesday evening after a  month's pleasant stay at Christena  Lake.  V. Kistler of Grand Forks and W.  B. Heath of Spokane, officials of the  Great Northern, were in town on  Tuesday.  Lost, in the park, on Wednesday  evening, July 20, a dark blue coat.  Finder please return to Mrs. W.  Hughes.  Mr. and Mrs. William Ogilvie arrived in Phoenix on 'I hursday from  London, England, and will probably  reside here.  F. H. Knight, one of the pioneers  of Grand Forks, leaves shortly for  Portland, where he will open a mining  exchange office.  companied by Misses Gladys and  Laurel, left Wednesday for, Christena  Lake, where they will camp for a week.  Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Edwards, Mrs.  A. B Calhoun, Misses Madena, Kate  and Grace McKenzie and J. E. Carter  returned from Christena Lake on  Monday.  For sale, the property known as the  Biner block; centre upper town, best  income property in city and adaptable  for any kind of business; cheap. Inquire on premises.  For the information of businessmen,  the New Dominion Copper company's  payday of current accounts is on the  36th of the month, same as the British  Columbia Copper company.    -  Hurry Carson arrived home this  week from Brandon, Man., where he  had been attending high school, and  will spend the vacation" with his par-"  ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J, Carson.  Besides standing timber the   fire on  the North Fork   last   week   destroytd  $600 worth of cordwood and poles belonging to Kobert  Lindholm,  Robin  son & Lequime's lumber camp.  The Grand Forks cricket team  which took part in the tourney at  Nelson last week defeated the Fruit-  vale and Proctor teams, but lost to  Nelson by a score of 156 to 129.  Mrs. J. Ingram, Mrs. Colin Ross,  Miss Nellie Ingram, Miss Bertha Heid-  man, Miss Mabel Heidman, and Miss  Jessie McKenzie returned Wednesday  from spending a week at Christena  Lake.  All members of the local lodge  of Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellows  and their friends are cordially imited  to an at home in the Odd Fellows hall  next Monday evening, the sequel to  the recent I.O.O F.-K P. baseball  match.  Forest fires broke out again this  week at Hartford Junction and at Hale  and burned fiercely Wednesday and  Thursday. Detachments of fire fighters  from Grand Forks were brought in  Thursday and now have the blazes  under control.  You Your Money Back  Yes, Parisian Sa��e, the most invigorating hair restorer, cures dandruff  and grows hair. The women of Canada,  who have luxuriant hair, know it does,  and thut i:- why thousands of attractive  women throughout the land are regularly using it.  For years this almost marvelous  grower of lustrous and beautiful hair  was confined to the elite of Europe  and New York City, but about two  years ago it was given to a select list  of druggists, and today can be obtained  in any city or town in America where  society women of refinement dwell.  Parisian Sage is the most delightful  hair tonic in ihe world. It makes the  hair soft, lustrous and luxuriant in a  few days. It is perfumed most daintily  and is not sticky or greasy. It stops  falling hair, cures dandruff and itching  scalf in two weeks or. money back.  John Love sells'it 'for 50 cents a  Inrge botile, and guarantees it, or  direct, all charge* |.'f|.:u.J, by Cannrliaii  makers, Uiroux Mfg. Co. Fort Eric-,  Ontario.  SEE OUR TIES & SOCKS  The longer you look at them the better you will be  pleased. Now is the time to select your wants for  the warm 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 toda}' and we'll help  you make out a list.  You'll be astonished  how little the outfit will  cost you.  N.JXARS0N&C0/Xr"  WHERE THE GOOD CLOTH ES COM E FROM  Ji^MWW��KKB_^WWM*^��*��M>^_MIW  i*mmamr+*t>*��*y0A  HALF A DOZEN BOTTLES  Rayal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND ftOWLING  ALLEYS  Complete Line of  Pipes;  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARBER SHOP  .       in (.ounection.  -*N  EASY SHAVE  STYLISH   HAIRCUT  REFRESHING  MASSAC E  INVIGORATING   SHAMPOO  J. G. Miles, Tohsoria! Artist  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try  The Famous  Koh noor  Chocolates  There arc none  Bctlcr  COSGnoVEft McASTO CKE R, Proprietors  of our assorted liquors should,  be in every  household.    We  sell only  PURE WINES AND  LIQUORS  and our prices are so reasonable that every household can  afford a reasonable selection of  liquors in the closet for emergencies.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  "���-���������������    IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  Your H us band 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 nice cut  of beefsteak done to a turn  and served up with some of  those onions. We know the  cut which will suit him exactly.    Shall we send it ?  P. BURNS & Co.,Ud Phoenix, B.C.  PIIONK   NO.   a  OPERA  HOUSE, PHOENIX  TO-NIGHT  THE THREE ACT COMEDY DRAMA  General  L^eioiv  SEATS ON SALE AT TOM BROWN'S  >Oc.;   Reserved ��$eats, 75c;   Ctiildrera, 25c.  MR. GERALD Cl.OfM  W  .t'W'"-


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