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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 11, 1910

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 AND   BOUNDARY   MI^G JOURNAL.  Eleventh Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUiyiBlA^^ATURpAy,. JUNE  11,1910  No. 29  GEOLOGICAL NOTES  ON PHOENIX CAMP  at  A% >BHE  Fancy, Coluiri^iaf  River* Berried  7w  Basket  CfU  f9  W^i  .'^^^:^v^;i?  v\  -Jff?  ,.;feft��;isfJ!'&>  f,-U.'^.W!l4;.r.i���.yAl'.'.,tJ.-'.rCT^-  Fresh WarBeahs-  lb.  Hdt-hfouse Quc^inbers, 25p^each  Florida Ripe;Tomatoes 25c. lb.  Hot House Ijettiice - - 40c. lb.  Local ^Lettuce | - - ^20g. lb.  RoyalmiHiJZ)bei|ries - > >2&0.flb.  Niew^ Potatoes >\ ii����-^=>*4r:��lbs.*2.5c.��  r a <  New Turnips  a r. vi<(��i  Vv  ;�����;; -4 - - .;r(aiT7clllb.'<  Fancy'Asparagus   - 2 lbs^ 2,5c.,  Curlew Butter -: -  - -  40c. lb.  ���,mm(^wty^mi^^m-:'!::::^^-:^4.:A:-:A-m-<���������.���'������ v,,..^--..-y.- :- ..,-.,  d?,<*^t^#J  SMC:  ^r^��W*i tt*>4rtTr-'^hj I  BuSSd Your Own foriime  5  j ,<i>5;rrv';'.-  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 <*��- for which you will receive  $1,000; in��a-heap ......      .......  Spokane .Real   Estate a specialty, on smalijcash/paytpents and  Easy .Terms;       Place your order with our'Local Agents, '  "    Cosgrove <EL McAsiocRer  We cordially Invite YOU  to call and  see us when visiting Sdokane  Be coPMciious  There are different ways of being conspicuous in your clothes^���a common, flashy  ���'������manner-^or in a way that commands admiration and attention.   ������!  It's notable what a transformation is  effected by slipping into one of our new  Spring Suits���you at price become the observed in any gathering of well dressed men.  Good cloth is often^poiled by indifferent  cut; expert cutting is sometimes marred by  poor material. When you find the combination of good fabric, best workmanship and  style you have the acme of clothing integrity.  All we ask is a chance to show you the  new- styles we have ready.  GENTS. ^-^  EURMISHINGS  Given by  O. E. ;LeRoy  I Institute Me etingf  O.   E,   LeRoy,   of   the   Dominion  geological survey, gave  a   comprehensive talk on   the 'geology 'of  Phoenjx  camp,, at ?ihe;;recent- meeting; of the  mining', institute.,in    Grand, Forks;  using  colored   diagrams  to   illustrate  his/subject. .He  first  desciilied  the  mineral zone in which the Granby and  other Urge mines are situated.    This  is in 'the fi:rrn'of a   basin with a  well-  formed,floor of, highly   silicious rocks  ternied jasperoides.   The mineral zone  itselfjconsists of garnate and tpidote;  with a few other lime-iron silicate* in  .smaller? ^quantitjes.r/ It ...is; a replacement of tho limesto-e.    Waters and  gases, highly heated, carrying iron and  silica,*  have  combined   with   lime" to  form-'theiesilicatet, which  are  self-  fluxing. (, The orebodies are enormous  and irregular lense-shaped masses, from  a hundred to more than two thousand  feet iff Jenjith,;  with a  width of one  hundred feet and. more.    These lie, as  a. rule, on the; bottom of. the basins  with^the-jasperoides* as *the-foot wall  rock,    The  hanging  wall, unlike  the  "fcotwalC~ wHicH"ri'structufair is   not  clearly defined;  it  is  a  purely  com-  mercial one, the ore gradually  grading  into the gangue minerals.. ..The average  k.very evenly distributed copper  Boundary Side Lights  RAWHIDE WILL RESUME OPERATIONS ON MONDAY  u  British Columbia Copper Gimpany Assumes .Active, Management of the New Dominion  Copper Properties���Development Work To Be Done ;At the Rawhide and        '"���*'''  the Brooklyn Unwatered���Superintendent H. Johns in Charge  "The British Columbia Copper com-1 be  resumed.    During  the  week  the  pany has assumed active  management 1 C.P.R. tracks to  the  Brooklyn  have  ore is a  and'iron pyrites'along 5 wi.th" hematite  and, in certain places, magnetite, in a  gangue ot garnet,: epidotet; quartz and  catcher Topography of the country  and the attitude of the orebodies favor  the most economic-methods of mining;  Some' of; the orebodies do not outcrop;  at the surface, so can best be founcV  by diamond drilling. Throughout the  Boundary district there occur isolated  areas of limestone replaced in , part by  the above-mentioned minerals, so it is  possible careful prospecting will lead  to'the, rinding br other'.'orebodies of  corii mercjaijmpprtance!,';" Ff/  of.the New Dominion Copper properties, and development work will commence next week at the Rawhide mine;  Harry Johns, , superintendent of the  Jackpot mine, will b* in .charge, of  operations ,.( at the Rawhide, and will  commence employing men on .Monday  been removed, so that it is not improbable that; when operations' are resumed' shipments wilt* be made via the  Idaho outlet^ the' two properties being  connected -by"a: tunnel.' ' ' '���''."���' ���  ! "The" bbtriinionr compressor is being | the province,  overhauled,'and.will be placed in com-  fore the British Columbia Copper company will begin to pay dividends.  !' With the hum ��� of : another - compressor, in camp, the hammering of  more drills and employment for a large  force of men, Phoenix will^ be enjoying  a fair share of  ^Jifn Hickey has left for Fairbanks,'"  Alaska, after a rei\dpace of.^jioKn^  years in.Greenwood.i,i v :>-.i%���,A^  Grand���Forks -is oontetnplati��g._the(���  purchase of the old Yale hotel site and  ,;idjoining property for park  purposes.  I The-fair-seic-ofGrecnwoodaretaking,  to ang|i'ng. for   trout.    Threej^.ladies  hooked���48^pX.thS^n.n��Mtrjb^  j The,, Cascade plant, of the.South,,  Kootenay Power company was , started j  up this  week, and ,will continue  in^.  operation for some time  (r   . ������ ������..... .,-. ..     1 ...  ....     -. . .I-,,.,,} ,rt  A paVty  of Grand 'Forks  business  men have selected and  made applic*- ��  tion for 640 acres of land in the Swift;*  Current district, Alberta. ;, ��l fc.Ji,'  The 'continuous rairi for 'the" past"  ten days has greatly stimulated growth"  throughout the valleys as well as adding'-  a refreshing tinge to the mountains. >'-'���*������'*  ��� After July 15th, the'number of ho-'  tel licenses in Greenwood will be reduced to fi've'and1 the price -of'Jthe' 'licenses will be raised to $806 pefwnum.' i  ��� Gerald Hay, for a number of .year's  employed at the Granby smelter in the  electrical department, has gone to Van*  couver where he will take up his resi-  )-:���:;,     ',.,   ,���.; .^iU      ..-.��-;���.-, a ������"^11,.- ;'. : f,;i)J   .;  dence with his parents.  \ i-Rev..;VV.,C;Schlichter, whohasbeea.,  Methodist minista(>,at Grand Forks.fosa  next."    This information was given to 1 mission-on Monday . .Besides supply-1?  the Phoenix Pioneer yesterday by J. E. ling ".power   to   the - Rawhide   it   will  McAllister;;;general  managerrof   the operate the hoist for the unwatering of  ^����.,ntt:i.^'��� kxJi^Li,o ,'ti^.i'���'.Xi s:  ���   ������  controlling 66'mpahy.  Mr. .McAllister said he, could not  say definitely, when, shipments would  commence from 'the''Rawhide, considerable development work  would be  the Brooklyn, the pumps at present  being under water. It is expected to  remove water from the mine at the rate  of 300 gallons per minute.,  At  the  British   Columbia   Copper  done first, opening up new  drifts and , smelter the enlarging  of the   furnaces  getting'theprotjerty in shape   to,keep, are under way, two, of -which ' ���  the past three years,: left last week; foti  the mining  activity of IVT   ���*.._. *    .    ,       L ....        '   '��  ���. ;i.<--i- ������:,:, ���r-..:..".--v-i   I North Vancouver; wh��e/>he.v��W;t|bee��x  ���������";������ ��������������������� ���������'��� ��.r..'.js?v.ii'i'|itatio'de(i by.^eiconfeience.'^vc-t'^.t^vUjsl'  Ds-UlnCwtC* *jfe v'������.I |.. w. II.   M.; May;.' hitii^f eMgnbt)"��tW'  ,    the shareholders of the New Do lprincipalship of the Grand Forlu school  minion   Copjier company  held* their I to :^^  first annual meeting in :New York>;lastIsihobW-'^''^Ww-,i; t:;-i'^ "---  Monday. A report was presented-* for  the fiscal year, ending on March'31  last, showing cash on hand to be $367,-  502; a balance of $30,371 was carried  forward into the new year.    This com-  Gra^-^rksioV-aY^i-t^  ! is, rn��.v.1 .��*li'i   ���',;':#.    ,iif.-'.',��    ���*���>���.')���.   -ii'l "'.''  ! The provincial government gives,as-.���  suiance that, all indebtedness in cpp-.^  nection with the Midway  &  Vetnoti,  COURT;OF REVISION   .'"*  FOR CITY ON JULY itf  Bylaw to Tax Realty^Agehts  '.,,.:".Z$>6aa:Year is.JJArST''���'"  "Maybr"'''Matheson- and Aldermen  Cosgrove, Ross, Almstrom and Biner  .were'present at Wednesday evening's  busy session of the city council, when  an accumulation of matters were dealt  :With.    \'~a      h   "���"    ;������:'; ";..  A bylaw to provide for the licensing  of transient real estate agents or land  agents, at the rate* of $100 per-year,  was read, and on' motion" passed its  first reading.  A communication from the city  solicitor re the city's liability for costs  of the Cosgrove appeal case was received. The council decided to go  into the matter further before taking  action.  Improvements to First street bridge  and further improvements' to streets  were left in the hands of the Board of  \^rirks, a further/expenditure of $100  being allowed for the streets.  The chief Of the city fire department  was instructed to see" that all stovepipe  chimneys in the city are removed:1  The sanitary inspector was instructed  to see that the health bylaw be carried  out in respect to Keeping horses, cattle  and poultry a proper distance from  dwellings.  It was moved by Alderman Cosgrove, and seconded by Alderman  Almstrom that the court of revision for  revising and correcting the assessment  roll for the city of Phoenix for-the  year 1910 be held on Monday, June  18th, at 2 p.m., the court to consist of  Mayor Matheson and Aldermen Aim  slrom, Biner, Ross and Cosgrove, and  that the necessary notices be given.  The following accounts were ordered  to be paid.  John Love ..$23.15  C. F.' Edwards     5.50  : Morrin, Thompson & Co.    8.00  H. M. Dewar     3.50  Hotel Brooklyn      4 90  Phoenix Pioneer    38-25  B.C. Telephone Co      15-40  H. Hartley    30 40  .. .   ' ���'    . .     ���      lgrad/nx/or. wages and supplies, will be  ^^."'-���^^'^^UfJ.fsiciiltieS^WOXlld      h��� '   ar** riitlv        'Ru   thaf      ��.rv.A      tha.'.mAlta.   willf: ' -'    ���" '     J ..._-.       _. I rrjlTTn��flVr. ^~. .  ^<^-r-'-^'"-"-.��� ^--V ���" '-������-���,-'': <t ���v'..  time Shipping Wcilities  would   be,, got I July.    By that   time" the  s'rnelteiwill  in shape.      .���->;���; .-������'.'.������.      ;(���>'!'..    (be able to treat   about   3,500   tons of  a Frederic: KeflVr,- 'consulting' engineer loredaily, the tonnage coming from the  for the British Columbia company, was J Mother  Lode, Oro  Denoro, Jackpot  ,in vamp 011'Tuesday looking over the land Rawhide mines.    Concerning the  Rawhide and Brooklyn. During the  past few months a number of surface  improvements have been made at the  Rawhide, including a new machine  shop, which is thoroughly equipped  and conveniently located.  The Dominion's Brooklyn mine will  be unwatered for the purpose of later  putting a diamond drill on the property. Considerable drilling and sampling will be done before operations will  policy of the company Mr. McAllister  states the company's properties will  continue to be run on the open-shop  principle, a good per centage of the  employees being union men; the company has only one object in view���the  production of copper at the lowest  possible cost, consistent with modern  conditions of living. With an increased smelting capacity at its command, it should not be very long be-  by the British Columbia  Copper com  pany, which has also a majority  representation on the directorate of the'Do-  I minion now.    John Seward,  who for  several months has been   the  Phoenix  representative of the New  Dominion  company, is leaving for New York and  will be given a similar position on one  of   the   properties  of the  Lewisohn  Channing interests.  R. H. Stewart, general manager of  the Consolidated Mining and Smelting  company, was in camp from Rossland  on Saturday, looking over operations  at the company's Phoenix,mines.  BOUNDARY MINERS  ELECT NEW OFFICERS  The Methodist Ladies Aid wish to  inform their friends that on the afternoon and evening of June 1 nh, they  will serve ice cream, cake, strawberries,  tea and coffee. Place of sale is the  store between Nelson Carson's clothing  Semi-Annual ~ Election  ; yPIacc onfSatu^dayii - f  ', The semi-annual election of officers  of the different Miners' Unions;"n the  Boundary district took place last Saturday. The following are-the- new -officers Phoenix union,- No;'"8: e?- '-��� '���-'"���'- '  President, Harry Reed;" vice-president, Patrick Clune; financial secretary,  Anson A. White; recording secretary,  W. X. McDonald, assistant recording  secretary, Angus McKinnon; treasurer,  D. W. McKenzie; conductor, Jack  Cosgrove; warden, Leonard Metcalfe;  trustees, D. W. McKenzie, Harry  Sewell, Angus McKinnon, Walter  Ross and Dan Paterson; delegate to  convention at   Denver, W.  J. Loutitt.  Greenwood union elected officers as  follows: President, John Docksteader;  first vice-president, William Hart;  second vice-president, J. At Puthbert-  son; financial secretary, Lester McKenzie; treasurer, George Robinson;  recording secretary, .David Phillips;  conductor, Chris. -Nelson; warden,  Robert Dempster; trustees, j. A.  Cuthbertson, J. Docksteader, Pan McDonald, Lester McKenzie, Archie McLean; delegate to Denver convention,  Lester McKenzie.  [ALL HOTEL LICENCES   IN CITY RENEWED  Two 'Transfers "Granted   by  ip    ,-.; Commissioners  ^;  At the regular meeting of the Police  and ^License Commissioners Wednes-  day evening, the following were granted  hotel-licenses for the-six months, from  ���July-115,': i 9 ��� o, to Jan. 15, 1911: Jamei  Marshall* Brooklyn; A. Luciani, Butte;  R. V. Chisholm, Queen's; E. P. Shea;  Kings; Charles Hogan, Knob Hill;  Summers & Schiilli, Dominion; A. O.  Johnson, Central. The rate is $325  for six months. ;'  R. V. Chisholm was granted a transfer of the license held by him at the  Alexander hotel to the Queen's  hotel.  The application for the transfer of  the license of the Dominion hotel from  J. B. Boone to James Summers and  Angelo Schulli was also granted.  Oraaby Slock  We would not advise you to sell  your Granby at its present price for the  purpose of buying any other copper  stock. We believe in the Granby prop  erty, and we are satisfied that the management will spare no effort in the  handling of its affairs to make good the  investment of stockholders. , After  market   conditions   change'  for   the  store and Miss McDonald's millinery [better,   Granby  stock   should  have a  store.   Popular prices.,. ' 1^%%^^*-^%  . ,C. T,, Mitchell,, for some, years construction engineer at the Granby smelter, will act in the same capacity for  the Canadian-Copper Co. ���-���  . '-' SapcrlDteadeot doing 10 Pern  Paul S. Couldrey, who has been  superintendent of.^fhe Mother Lodge  mine of the British .Gblumbia Copper  company for the past year;-has resigned  his position, and will leave shortly: for  Peru to accept a responsible ^sition  with the CerrO de Pasco Mining company; of which A. B. W. Hodges is  general manager. During his stay at  the Mother Lode, Mr. Couldrey has  has proved himself a capable superintendent and enjoyed the respect of  both his employers and employees.  He will be succeeded by E..Hibbert,  who;has resigned/ the- management of  the Le Roi Two mine at Rossland to  New Mloloi District ..  In consequence of the very rapid de.  velopment and constantly appreciating  importance of the Porland Canal mining district, it has been decided by the  government to create a new mining  division, the focal point of which will  be the city of Stewart, and which is  to be known as Stewart mining divi.  sion.  cotapmayr.Vi :..,...,:Hr.,w.Y ,-rr-f.s.  E. Jacobs, secretary of the, western;  branch of the Canadian Mining institute, and the foremost mining writer  ih! the "province, was in Phoenix 'on'  Saturday. He was making a tour of  the Boundary mines to acquaint' him-'  self with the latest developments/'   ���  The customs collections for Grand  Forks and sub-ports for the month   of  : .:������... -������- . ��� ���   ���  May, as reported by R. R. Gilpin, collector of customs at Grand Forks, were  as follows: Grand Forks, 1615.96;  Phoenix, 1043.95; Carson, 79.63;Cascade, $27.35, making a. total for the.  month of $3162.79.   :- ���  Regret is general at the departure of  E. Hibbert, manager of the Lie Roi  Two properties, under Mr, Levy, while  congratulations are earnest in his appointment as superintendent of the  B.C. Copper company, at Greenwood.'  Mr. Hibbert has been in Rossland for  about two years and his many good  qualities and courtesy have won for  him innumerable friends.���Rossland  Miner.  p'i^se^ESHSiisasasasi-jaErasESHsasasHsasEsasHsas-^^  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  rbc following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for   loeo,  tool  1190J, too*. 1905.  1906,  1907, iooS, 1909 and tgio, as reported to tbe Phoenix Pioneer���*  71,213  I4MJ* 138,079  14,811 19,36$  S.SJO   -".937   -~   <$as7  Mink. 1901      1903  I Granby Mines... 309.858 193,718  j Snovranoe... ...    30.800  I Phoenix Amal���  1 B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode...  B. C. Mine.   Bmma   Oro Denoro...  Jackpot..  I Dom  Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Btcm_  Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunset-.   Mountn Rose-  Athelstan.......  Morrison -  j tt. BeU   J Senator   I Brey Fogle.-   No. 37   I aella jce_   I Sulphur King-���.  I Winnipeg.,  1904 1905 1900  S49.70J 653389 801.404   ~.     .      8.436  1907        1908       1909 1910  ��J3.5J7 1038,747 1,067.983 564.061  135.001      48,836     170,360    79,370  174,398 M7.576 105,900   ���           14*8  37,960      9^85  16,400     3,007  11,804  3.��77  150  560  ���S.73��  "si��46  1.339  S.��70  5,350  ��-7J  55.73'  15.108  3.056  4,747  140.685  3.960  30,033  48.39��  . 3-S5S  MS  308.331  1.713  18.374  14.481  3" .��99  ik'fiio  350.433  ' S.9S3  43.>95  ".��53  64,173  3t.'70  3��-��S*  649  S.7*>  ! O,740  3.803  1JO  ...���  I Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  3lg Copper   I No. 7 Mine   j City o( Paris   , Jewel _   I Riverside-   ICarmi   Sally _   I Kambler -.  I Butcher Boy....  * Duncan   I Providence   J Elkhorn   1 Strathmoie ._...  1 Golden Bagle...  1 Preston   1 Prince Henry..  Skylark   1 Last Chance....  E. P. D. Mine-  Bay    I Bonnie Belle....  j Don Pedro..  1 Crescent......  I Bruce..  j Republic .  ! Miscellaneons..  63J  3.435 HH  warn  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOMJR, S.8.,  The Phoenix Pioneer  lUatae Journal,  motto oa ��*Tomi>������ >t tbb  *p raoHiiii;, >, c  KING GEOR^S  A B. O. wiffsii  ^^��-��� )'&2a��^'.^lU%0. tu  Ngw*^a��*f^g'*fy^y***'**��^f>,**,^,"y' '��"'* v*1^11*"*  .w.aaxAwai.  ��*Wss*...   *ux MasjUss      fa'ait-tralted States. ��w nM.���  ��� ����-f"   >.ts  ..-. s.jo  T. ALFMCO LOVE. M*wa��Ka.  Satoroav, June ii, 1910  The Britisher may take a little longer  to produce, but he puts up the goods.  Captain Charles S. Rolls, the English  aviator, flew from Dover, England, to  a point in France and back again without-1 alighting, crossing the English  channel-twice. This is an unprecedented teat Torpedo boat?, which  bad been strung, across, the channel in  auticipMipii Pf>be flight, sffrffed sim-  u|tan*ouslj- witli the b>d man, ,when  rte.ajtto^fipr,France, but thqugh the  bosas.wflr* driven,,a{; fuJH,speed, they  were, soon overtaken aqd passed by.the  aviator.  lTr^re^-J(B^di^ic),puTp��^k emT  WttrroW BWH fM iT?r^ ("ttMt7tt*W . *W"i  pitalclose to the city. Lacfs. pf siij-rh  a b^iiUing has maple if, necessary for a  lam- pumber of ja^orers, some, of whom  can ill. ityrd it, 'o bp hety in . quaran  tuw for some weeks. One of our business bouses is also required to be'  doatsi, aad'a ps-eral'feiancial' loss of  asvaaaow* about- suflscient to build a  past bouse w��ll< be-' the- results If < the  gowmmaat wgoior *���- build - an-isc  Ution hospital iui the- Boundary, there  ia.no <isas),Ut>lota.j.  It is not generally known that   His  Majesty  King George  V., holds   by  full right a Free Miners' Ceitificate in  the Revelstoke Mining Division.   The  renewal of the license was  made on  May 31st to King George V., who in  payment of $5 in the right of the Dominion  of Canada, is entitled to all  rights and-privileges of a Free  Miner,  the certificate signed  by  W.   B. Mc-  Jachlin being numbered 1344�� B. The  'manner in which King  George  holds  tha license is interesting.    In 1906 C,  Deutschman and A, Johnson discover  ��d  the famous "Deutschamn Caves,"  in the Selkirk*, and realizing the great  value of their rind at once proceeded  to acquire a title to the land  wherein  the caves were  located.    This apparently could only be done by taking the  land up as mineral claims, which they  did and staked off the three claims,  all situated near Ross Peak.   After  these marvellous caves had been ex  plored, the discoverers transferred their  rights to the Dominion government  who took over the mineral claims of  tho then reigning monarch, King Edward Vll. ' The holder of a mineral  claim in  B. C  must  hold  a  Miners'  Certificate,   and     consequently   the  license has been issued from the local  oflSpe,.tovthe English King, who pays  the fee.    On the death  of King Ed  ward, the license was made out in  the  name of King George  V., and  the  usuahraceiptifortbe license has  been  made out and forwarded  (p the. Dominion government by  W.   I. Briggs,  agent for the Department of Justice, in  Panada,   .to   be   forwarded   to   His  Majesty  King George.     There  is a  sentimental   value   attached ��� to   the  ownership of; a   B. C.  miners' rights,  andi the fact that the King is one of  fhe local mineral claim, holders is most  'nfcxesting.   sqe  ���apv" "^/w - tfa 1"' 1; y1  iSX><rr-^-a��~-~Br*'t'~'>��gr  ^���Bcr1 ���wt'>"*">0  -  alserts Cis'ssl  1   Premier Sifton has announced his  cabinet as follows:  Judge Mitchell* attorney general and  ., - *    - ������ -j {������>.. -  ,1 portfolio-of education.  IfasW tifall^lj^ memberfor Lett*  ���**. whfch,nrp-n^esr, t^t anj.njentba  of the local union, who has been a  asatnrjer for 15 consecutive years and  who has attained the age of 60, shall  beexemptfroni ail dues and  bsidgeidistrict provincial secretary.  j   Duncan. Marshall, minister oft agri  pultun.  j   Premier< Sifton .takes the portfolios of  public works and'- provincial treasurer.  /   There .will be no ministers without  Creston wants long distjaQge telephone connection.  JBea.veiyaje becoming,, plentiful aloqg  the Qkanagan riser. % ,>'  The Silver Dollar mine at Salmo is  resuming operations.  Prince Rupert offers a prize of $10  for the design for the city crest.  A sixty-ton concentrator will be  erected at Aurora mine at Moyie.  Another $9,000 gold brick was  shipped from the Queen mine to Nelson  on Monday. '  R. S. Bevan, of the OrifBn ranch, at  Creston, has refused fifteen thousand  dollars for 20 acres, only nine of which  are planted.  The Revelstoke shops of the C.P.R,  are about to be enlarged and timpro��ed  to accommodate 5000 employees.  Operations are being ( pushed, ac��  lively on the Ruth, Rjchmood;Eur*ka  and Rambler-CaribooLminesatSandan.  The railroad tunnel now-being driven  on the western border of the- town of  Princeton has cut through a strata of  coal.  At Prince Rupert, the appointment  of a paid fire chief, and the purchase  ofja,cpmbitjntjk>n; ,hose ���*n#i; ofemjcaj  automobile.is.reoommended:    j  Wilbur Mnnrnya..logger, Hoiking .at  Celestg, Creek, was killed by a log  which struck him in'the-back-'after ha.  h^d. ,jbecn .trKown-ifrom/ the. ope po  .which he was riding.  The ore production of the interior  of Bwtisn~CoUimbia-.pa��iird thn million  mark last week, as calculated from the  shipments and receipts, the tonnage  being closely figured.  Aqcprdjrjg, tp "be Dawson, W5ek.lv,  Hews., the, ice���qrokifi jnApnJt.of Dajrsftn  at si*, afld.. pnt-j-quajtier, .mipuje*, H**t  four on the afternopn,pfrM''y<i$,.Tb��.  jump W cer|ainj^(closejv estimated.,  1  1 Thomas ���Deasy.has assumed:'the  duties' of Induuv agent*on QueemGuuh  lotte Islands. .He came to British  Columbia hi' 1859 wjth the RoyaLEn,  gineera, and fofi4,years ,wa��- chief of  the Victoria fire department,  Representing one day's run of a five  stamp mill at the Early Bird free milling group,   Moresby  Island,  a  gold  Because mining is remunerative; because it is safer than industrials, don't  be deceived into believing that all ad-  -vertjsgfl mints,are what they are' supposed to be.  ..Fprj-U^  that were discovered by old Indians,  who had more knowledge of roots and  tomahawks than" they had pf ore.  " "There is the mine that /has ore running $90,000 per ton on the average  and can be quarried like a sand pile.  Then there is the mine that has a  vein a.ooo feet wide and that is nothing  but ore���no waste-rock in it.  There is aJuo the mine that can be  developed in two months.  There is.also- the mine that contains  some metal that-has-never been found  in the district before.  And there are other mines with  equally romantic stories about them.  , ' There is just one kind of mine that  is.safe to, invest in., and,that is,the one  that has.been located by men who un-  Idjursuuid the business, and that is being  opened in. a, manner that will produce  results. In other words, there must be  the.property and the men back of* it.  Those men must be in business to produce wealth from what the mine yields.  v, Ignoran|; old^ Indians., are .noydjsyco^  ^ring tpines. fvlf they.^^'gifted ||h|i  way a great many properties would  have been developed before the white  man spoiled things, The natives that  did find gold, got it from placers, and  ,th,en only, ffom i\vs svrfiace,  Don'' be.'deceived'by'.jpretty stories.  It is as unreasonable to expect mining  to be remunerative except through  hard work and knowledge as it is to  look for a millionaire to build a factory  and give it to strangers. 'There must  always be "value received," and if the  investor will look well to securing his  dues he' may. rest assured that the company will not be defrauded. Investigation js the most harped on and the  least heeded course in deciding upon  investment.���Consolidated Mining Reports.  ' ' I' uim  "J ��"' ���  "5""*""""""  (JUEEN'S HOTEI  3  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Danny Deanc, Manager  This is the Largest anil Newest Hotel in the eity, heated by Hteaiu,  and well furnished throughout-for the accommodation of the public.  Kvery thing Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date.    MoalH norvu<l at all hours,  BAR STOOKED  WITH CHOICEST LIQUORS AND  CK'ARS.  Centrally LocattJ Corner   Bridge and  IWb Hill  Avenue  m  STEAM   HEATBD  HUBCTRIC  LIGHTING  TELEPHONE   48  and  2*  ijuiuiuiiiiu^iUJUiiiiinuiuiiiwujuiUiUiuiuiUJUJiiiUiiii  Hotel Brooklyn  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,  tSteam   j��    Heated  DRAYING  Of alt  IcinriH  promptly  auundrr'  to.    Rapid Express and BairK������  'PrAIlflf6r        f^�� M>fi�� I   a ��* a.. ���!..>���   *��� .*  orders.  Careful attention toi;  Phone AW i.  JAHES Q. HcKEOWN  'A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life and  QcBcral.Ages..  Accldea iDsuriDee.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  8  FOR    AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS    IN,  CONNECTION;  KingEdward Lodge. No.3o  A. P. and A;M.  ReKular communication a p. m.    8t.  ond Thursday of each month.    '  Halt, Mcltals Block.  JAMES MARSHALL, Propi :yM Phoenix. B;C.  TO HAIR DRESSERS  A Splendid Hair Tonic that Makes  Beautiful Hair  aMDts, white-retaining all rights *ndlbQgtfolio,.but it is-contemplated (hat/'brick worth $400 has been sent to the/about Parisian Sage,  oririleges of a member in good' stand-* Ik rearrangement 0/ the departmenu/iVancouver office. Development at the/hair dressing, that do  ng.;^uclrtnwkc^i��pecttabrotbert Liu b,:gBade Jater. .mine consists   of 100 feet of shaftipg; P��pertells you it wil  fadvanciitc rears might well be imi- "  ^.MWnfitriWn.. Parisian Saee. is a  privileges  of advancinf years might  taaasVbjr other tmnsw.  qt^saa^ol.abou^seaea ,m.$io��, P0����d^  dWH��3Mffp*e'Br��Wt. WrtR' *^il-*  leistriaAaJt,IJanR/p^fJ9J�� ^0^,^  y^ar.   AVhjle the decrease amounts^o  only pbout thi-ee per cent,, further d^  ,cr^a^rar?.np^ looked for, and the;  u^caUons^ure at .least soothing; to the  rtjd raejal producers.  - Aapihef vwoodeastwiftoeiiw' been)  addedulotha- M-��rtn��cnt aI btiUdiag��  which form a firetrag a��tk��^ centre,'oi  t^jipjreri^^^ecliipfl,..^ s\��c^<.Vl"14i  ifllBv t?��^W/^Wte W$W>T  coal4,ma^e aq^e, tinie|��. su^s/jstiofls.,  AffFWr9 ��rWr*nJ��W��m- bejiMB1,a|pllhA.|  C9f^ttofj^eiy.,as^a,ts4i fox the  South Africa' is' the latest addition  ��� ys a iff �����������!  T;o get 2,0,0,0^000 apRl��-s tp Va^-  courertiuad, with them.,all the. people  ttu-.t will-conie tp exliihit tl>em, to, see  tt)em; anjd, to buy British  Columbia.  l^nd.son^which tp grow rnore of them,  nearly 20,0, business, men started,, out  from the headquarters of the llquris.}  Association on Wednesday to n^ke^a,  canvass of the city for subscriptions to  pay, the- bill 1 for, the .biggest - ''boost" en  terpri��iMh&t,has been, undertaken ift  YaACoaver-rthe   holding of the .first  QaAional iCanadian .apple, show.  to'Britain's* growing family of overseas  dominions/and with Canada, New-  fonndland, Australia and New Zealand, . .  ^Business continues'to grow'with the  t^-BOondirf^jpufflalist, J.   W-Gjcipta  )rhi|^ceji|l]- cqsgmencjtfd tfee publka-  tioa of ('|jhgs glpean Record a< Hew  Denver.   With the carrent issue the  Record 'ruts been enlarged, to eight  mffit offtSiit cojumns,   The.edUor con  fj^sses to-burning considerable midnight  ^'jmd we rake it as firstcjass, evi  t^nce that he is linirjfi.bis tjcallet.  BMt  J^ni is giving the Record readers a pay  s^reak^ of bright breezy reading, assay  thigh, with wit, wisdom and origins', and he is entitled to substantial  ^mnensation. .  0* Sksss Crssk  ^Evidence is ample that Sheep Creek'  is beginning to attract the attention of  large operators. A< deal invplving $n oc~  900, is reported from tbedistrkt. l"he  Clyde-Belt group, consisting of' five  claims, has shown every indication of  being one of the richest in tbe camp.  Development > work, includes, a,- tunnel  iSo.feetalong therein. A. H.Gracey,  otr Nelson, has. just > concluded arrange*  ments for bonding the Golden  Fawn  shaftipg  and 250 feet of drifting  A report,comes, from the Bonanza  mipe on Wolf creek, owned by a Vancouver syndicate, that another new  lead, has Deen struck, of about fpur  feet wide, ar^cl.as^ays are said.to go up,  ,to $150 in, gold- This,is qne oft the  new and prqoiising.mines, i^the.Sheep,  creek d.is.trict.  News.from the,interior just received;  states that- large < parties of. surwyois,  have-started'out ifrom.Lytton and'Fort  George to delimit the. route of 1 the pro-  posed British, .ColumbiarAlaska line  which -waill go north.from a point in the  .asjgbJ&��UipoiL of  through^ the,, r^ebr cqvmtrjf ^oj   <nhi(J0  Eotf ,Qeorge is^ieiceptfe.  t^very   ha.ir   dre.s?er   should  know  the  quick-acting  does just what this f ���  II do. *  SPECIAL JNOTICE  Our prices on Hams, Bacoii, Lard and Butter are now  exceptionally cheap.  Hams, 24c 1; Bacon, 27c.; Lard, Sib.. $1.15; Choice  1     Creamery, 40c; Butter, Choice Dairy; 35c.  These goods are fresh, and No. 1 Stock.    We have one quality (the best)  and one price:  P. BURNS & Co.,1*- Phoenix, B.C.  PHONE   NO.   2  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a  s  Parisian Sage, is a most delightful  and different hair dressing, a fact that  will.,be recognized the. moment it is  applied, to the'"scalp. t There- is not  a particle of stickiness in it; it is not  greasy;'it has a delicate and refined  |odor, and is a truly invigorating tonic  ,that.will make hair grow,-if the. hair  jropt still shows, the le��.St sign,of life. ^  Try-a.> bottle of Parisian Sage. It  will brj&hten up tbe hair, irv two days.  Parisian Sage'is guaranteed by John  l,ove to cure dandruff, stop, falling  jhair and scalp itch in two weeks, or  money back. ' It is particularly in- demand by women.of. refinement, who  deft'ie wft, luxuriant 1 hair, that compels,  admirafion. Price 50 cents, a large  T . bottle  by John  Love, or  direct,   all  ^���Mfl^"M^"-i^fcharges'prepaid; from- the- Canadian  makers, ihe .Gtirpux  l^fg.  Cp,,'Fprt  W>+   '      ,���'">,      .     -  {  SIC    NEW   REME&V   FM  Hosvom Ss^oeSioia,  depression experienced by  |WOffle?��4tiXWgorjnvaJesoe!ace from  -chjjdltftth is never forgo��*ten. The  isen-se of ��tter nerve fatig*tte blots  ioutiiitcfestitteverytbing. "AaA-  y/l-Njoplaxx," is invaltuble at  such times. It feeds tbe nerves,  iinduoss&leep, quickens tbe *ppe*  tite,aid[scligestion, ajnd soon buoy-  aney of spirits and thesenseofnex*  vitality returns. $1.50 �� bot"  \$t% t^t|^ff?pm;tb^Ui��a*geat.j  joim love.  ' Offsris. Shares  ^   T*Hb, /SJWtisXCariadian     Develop  ment company of. Glasgow, and the  British   executive   of American   and  British   Columbia   Hydraulic  Placer  company offer $800,000 noo assessable  shares of 59c each in the latter - com  pany at two shillings per share,    Thp,  new issue is intended to develop' apd'  install a hydraulic plant for the com  pany's property at Nelson.  Oraaaoasa's Prstaat  The Orange Order has forwarded-to,  the governor-general, for transmissiop  through the proper chanqels to'the  home government, a stronge protest,  against change in the coronation oafi,  The Smsllsst Has,  In the death of Edward Hupman  Canada his lost its smallest man.    H;e  was 38 years of age, his height was  2  feet 9 inch a, ai.d he weighed 30 lbs.  It ;i biiggestcd that King George's  corojatian should take place next Em  pire t/^, May 24, 1911  Some people put the savings of year*  into a home and then rely on their  luck to.avoid the thousand and one  chances of a fire: others invest their  entire worth in a store, tinshop or  o her business, and think that they can  House for rent, partly furnished  apply at Pioneer office.  -1       ~���1     I       \-L.l~  I1  ���PWBST  I-    1)1  Eastern Townships  a^af'lmum9t^i^ an.  Qu��ri��ri-r Pividend No. O0  II      ,   I ���        II    "    1     -M ' .- '       "I ' '  Notice ^s hereby giv.ejqi th^t-a.Dividend. a,t the rate  of eight per cent, per aWMinj, uj^m the, ^aidrUp Capital  Stock of-this Bank-for the; current, quarter, will be payable at the Head1 Office and'Branches on and' after  the second day of July next.  The Transfer, Bpoks. will be closed; from the 15th  to the,30th inst,, bpth.6^ays inclusive.  By order of the Board,  J.  MAC'KJNNON, General Manager.  Sherbrooke, May'31st, 1910.  NOT ONE. GLOOMY DAY  In a, case like thin,-there ia npt only  a lost of.tjopd cheer, bat there, is any  quantity of strength and good health.  PHOENIX BEER ia not only a tonic;  it ia a system cleanser,: a digestion  assistant, a muocle builder, and a life  hdehtaner.  I PKOENIXj BEER is juM pure Malt  anil; Hops,,and ia brewed with t,he  utmost care,.  There is npt.pne gloomy day. in a dozen  bottles of Phoenix Beer.  PHOENIX BREWING GO.,  "PHONE?  NO.  ��3  fflOB  THE KINffS 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' snmodious, sample rooms.  ��   The King's Grrill  Short' Order   Meals  served   in   the   King's  GRILL   at all hours.  *     E. P. SHEA, Proprietor-        ,W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager  w. a. cook  ������crttarv.  K.S.VKAUBK  W.H  I. Q. O. F.  rfNOWSHOK LODOK NO. i��,  Mcrts every Mouday UrcnlDf at Miners' llsl '  Visiting brrtbrtn cordially Inrltwl.  T A.Lov��, Noblcdrsud  *��� *��� I'lcaaao, Fin. ��*��,  W. A. Coos, atcerd.   It  i��cy.  HOBI  AKBIB   NO. ION     .  UctlslnUBloaHa I  Friday er.uln,,   }  Vlalllnf    brolhn..  always valrotnr  .��. Thor ou, W, 1'. \  Orrlu D. Bush,  Wi �������  K.,ofP.L0DliE,No.28  ��� PMOENl'X, B.C.���-  . : Meets every Tukwdav.  Kvkbino at 7.30 -'���':  Bujuurains;. Brothers Cwrdla'ly.  Wclcstacd.    .-!-:���,,;       '  R. H.  W.X. PKKK1NS.O. C  McCRACKKN  K. of a.  WOOD  First'Class Fir and Tarn-;  arac Wood,$5per cord?  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cordi  Pine Wood, double cut^  ; $6.00 per cord  WaW Deliver^ n Short Notice;  'Pioae B32  Johnson & Andei*son  m...�����������.������.������������������e��....����������������������.������.�����������������*..OO.M.atM.-  MrXVS  FAMILY REMEDIES  ARK   GUARANTEED  This is the season of the year when your  system is run down and you blood requires a purifier. We recommend and  guarantee Nyal's Blood Purifier and  Sarsaparilla.       ���    ���  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  .  F7 R ES H   MIJUK  That pronounced presence of Rieh Cream is  found  only.  .   in Purest Milk.    That i8 the -kiml   we  eell.    We  invjte  you to become a judge bv giving us a trial. . Phone Ojr&rs  to E. 32, an'i name will be promptly attemiml to and'delivered daily.  A. McKAY'"&." SONS  H U t-L-aST*! N  Cheap Round Trip First-Class Summer Tourist  Fares tq points in Eastern Canada, New England  Central &nd Western States,  'Winnipeg, $60; St.Johns, $120  St. Paul - $60; Toronto, $91.59  St. Louis - $67.50  Montreal - $10500  Tickets on sale only on following dates, May 2nd and Qth,  June and, 17th and 24th, July 5th, and 22nd; Final return,  limit, three months from date of sale.  Further particulars as regards fares to points not quoted,  stopover privileges, routes, etc., cheerfully furnished by calling  on or writing     / .-..�����.  Sealed Tenders addressed to ihe undersigned and endorsed ''1'ender tor  Steel Dredge for British Columbia,"  will be received at this office until 4 00.  p.m., on Wednesday July ioj for the  construction of a Steel. Bow-Well. Twin  Screw Barge Loading Dredge.  - Plans, specifications and . form,, of  Contract can be.seen and forms of tender can be obtained at this department,  al-the. offices of J L. Mchaud' Esq.,  District Engineer, Merchants Bank'  Building, St. James Street, Montreal;  ] G. Sinp, Esq, District Engineeii  Conferation Life Building, -''pronto,  Ont.,,and G.-A Keefer, Ei.q., i)i.-.trict  Enginei r, New Westminster, B.C..  Persons tendering.are notified that  tenders will .not he considered unless  ���nade on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures,  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, .the  actual signature, the nature of ihe- occupation and place of residence of each  membtr. of the firm must be given.  Tenderers must specify, time of de:  livery of dredge at Vancouver, B.C.,  free of all risks and charges.  Each tender must be accompanied  by.an accepted, cheque on a chartered .  bank, payable to the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works, for twenty-  five thousand dollars ($25,000.00),  which will be forfeited: if the person  tendering decline to enter into a con-,  tract when called upon to do so, or fai.l  10 complete the work contracted fori  If the tender be not accepted the  cheque will bfr returned;  The department, does  not  bind it  self to accept the lowest or any tender,  Napoleon Tessier,  .Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa. May 31, 1910.  Newspapets will pot be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the department.  cetiiriiiiAN toiim.*  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1883.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home tor stnt*-  en,ta .oi both sexes ,at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior atud-  r|ts, doing grade public school "work  Dnea high^Bchool work, confers- all high  school privileges, and prepares, for teachers'ezamin^tions. JTeacheaiall branches  of a Practical Basi niJss Course and Rives  Diplomas. Gives a 'liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and itn the Ladies'  Oonrsa for M.EtL. apd MiIi,A\ \ In University -vrprk, can tejceistuideptB (.through  the complete Arts Gourse�� and,1.the dfe-  gre* oi B<A, cat) bej obtained iffom Tor-  oato University, whi|ch the. college is in  hit affiliation. -.--,, -  FM-toHar i9(qnaatf^a awd^wmli write  ���Motii.W fiJl��fer^li4A?iW)9-��irinei-  pelicr Bar. J; P. BowtJL ��sii��ir  mmv 1 Do you; foal * all   fired {out ? i Do- your sometime*  think reu Just can't work lyray. at yoorprofea-  ���ion or trade ury longer?   Do you have a poor'ape-  tito, and  lay awake at niihts unable to sleep ?   Are  yoar nerves ell tone, and your.-stomach too P   Has am>  bittern to fori* ahead in the world;,left you?   If  eo, you  might as weUiput a stop to your misery.    You eon do it if  you will.     Dr. Pieree's   Golden   Medical Discovery will  make you a different individual.   It will set your lazy liver  to work.     Itiwill set things right  in your stosnich, and  Sour appetite will come back, f It will purify your blood.  ' ther* is ��ny teodenoy in your family toward consumption,  it will .keep that dread destroyer away. Even after con��  ti.<.^-^ ���,. *l i sumption has almost gained a foothold in the form of. a  S!i^fo��^U*h��� bronf0i��i��. ���' bleeding at the lungs, it'will bring about a  IrBuSah; -n' v"' ?' ��"*�������� ���� " �� remedy prepared by Dr. rTV. Pieroe,  'JL-t^SSl.. i. '���whM? advk0 u "��� f��� *�� ����� wno wi��h to write Win. Hia  *Tw?t! t" l?*?6.tom Ui wW* "-perienee and varied practice.  ��it�� <i, ir>.W^**<1-ed l>r ���,Pf����y��r��bb&g-.. dealer into t.kin, inferior substi-  Rlwi J.S*- f,eroe ��� ����������i��>ineai recommended to be "just a. good." Dr.  ��T^ir,m^i,0*nM ����� o^wwwn composition. Their every ingredient printed  tLrJin. ��iZ2fpeS- ,..��"��! ,-"0"�� r��x��t�� without alcohol. Contain no Writ-  sorming-drug,.    WorM's DUpensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. ������  1   '   ' \     ���.,'.,,"  Jourstllitlc J������  The editor,.of the Penticton Press is  tasting thc  real joys   of  journalism  The Press .recently published an article  headed   "Mock   Loyalty   and  Mock-  Mourning," with leference to.the death  of King Edward.    A mob entered his and spending some time in   London,  sanctum, seized him and were.iabout, brought: a ;iBf��ujrg&; from Sir, .Arthur  D. JL Matheson  ��IUBL,ITY    BONDS,  3nourance ftoertt  OOMMIiMIOMKH    IPOK    TAKING    AmUAVITS  FIHB,      UFK  ACCIDSNT.  plats aLA*m  PHOENIX,   B.C.  i  ���d  I  Ah Interesting Element  AdverHsing  An advertisement is like a story, it  is interesting according to the telling.  ' If you write it, and the Pioneer  tells it, then there are two elements  of interest united���you know the  goods advertised,' and the Pioneer  vouches for your intelligence with its  acknowledged veracity.  The people of the Boundary not  only rely upon the Pioneer, but respect those who obtain access to its  columns. E very-day'-readers of the  weekly Pioneer easily cultivate a,  con fideutial acq uaintance with even  its occasional advertisers.  It is all very simple, just as we  said, like the telling of *a story.' 'Be  the story ever so good, a great deal  v rests with the teller. And a good  teller can do wonders with a good  story.  \iv/  Bran waste is one great  difference between  good and poor flours.  The food part of flour is '^protein."  Protein makes bone, muscle and  brain.���There is no protein in bran.  ���bran is the outside part, the husk  or "bark" of the wheat  ���bran is the part of the wheat which  is absolutely without, food-value to  the human system.  ���bran represents part of the difference between Royal Household Flour  and whole-wheat flour or cheap, inferior flours that are poorly milled  and not thoroughly purified.  No other flour in this country is so  thoroughly and completely separated  from the waste as is " Royal Household," because no other mills are so  well equipped or exclusively devoted  to the production of scientifically pure  flour as Royal Household mills.  Otfilvie's Royal Household Flows*.  to duck him in a pond of filthy water.  The editor tells the rest of. the story  as follows: "Three citizens, came to  the assistance of the editor and things  were pretty lively for a few minutes.  The ringleader was choked, ducked  and rolled in the ruud and water. A  number of the other prominent rioters  were thoroughly punched and clubbed.  Another, who had taken a brave part  when, along with the eight or ten  others, had only one,man to handle,  succumbed as soon as a man got ahold  of him. The rest of the rowdy crew  fled like jackals. The editor got little  more than his feet wet."  PHAWX RIpH^ER. PH0EW1X, f.V,  otnttmmitpaammnmmtmmmmmmmam  SESB  is iGrBo^Gi-E v:  John KertAiik-Bangs.'the'buinorirt,  whan he arrived on the Adriatic, after  traveling two, months on the Continent  BOUNDARY 4c KUOTBNAY IM9 ORE RBCORO  Sklpaeais sad Ssicltsr RtcaipU Per Yssr te  Pelt.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia.for last  week and; for 1910 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WfKK. YBAR.  Boundary 31,986     77��,55,7  Rossland...   5.989      n*i374  East Columbia River 5,891      146,405  Total.. ......43,866 1,031,336,  SMELTKR -KKCBIPTS���  Granby   B.C. CopperCo.  Trail............  Total  23,096  6,280  9.771  S4I.67S  252,215  216,880  39,147 1,010,770  Te Cvrs Asj Hsiistka  in shortest possible time, and in such  a way as to. help and not injure the  health use "Mathieu's Nervine Powders." They are Safe, Simple, Sure.  Sold by all dealers 25c. per box���box  contains 18 powders.  An^elecUiclighting system, is ta be.  installed at Silverton.  Cotirf aisiMia Ha,  Aestna sradtna a sketch aej AwertptiM ssay  aalcklr asosrUla oar oplnlocrirwjrhsftsr on  IttTsntlon Is pro>��blr pslswrttst   C^BJWilc*;  ts.    .1:  ive > ;  laTsafl . __ .  UoasstrlctlreonStlani  -    . ai<��� ���  Conan Doyle to the American people  concerning the new  King; George V.  The English man of letters and Mr.  Bangs- are--warm < friends. While the  American humorist and' Sir. Arthur  were dining together in London, Mr.  Bangs told him he: feared the impression in Amenca is.thai.the present king  is a man of smaller calibre than his  father. Then the novelist asked Mr.  Bangs to deliver the following message  from, him to the American public:  "George V., in my opinion, is the  biggest and strongest man, mentally,  who ever ascended the throne of  England.   '       ',/'*���''', '*    '"i:'  "'I'believe'he.has a greater familiari  ty with the needs and resources of the  British Empire than any man in England. He has 1 all the 'gracious quali  ties that endered his rather to the  people and on the human side he is  quite as much interested intha things  that interest the average man as his  father, except that they! are, of different  character.  "He is not as fond of the turf as the  late king, but in the manly lines of  sport he is one of the most sportsmanlike men in the Kingdom. He is one  !df the two or three best shots in England, for one thing.  1' "A month before the death of King  Edward; Lord' Rosebetry gave a din"  ner at which about 40 men, representative of tbe highest' departments, of political and artistic life," were invited to  meet George V., then Prince of Wales.  His royal highness rose at the coa->  elusion of the dinner and spoke,- from  1 a.to .15 minutes, in which brief, time  he showed.a,deep and detailed know,  ledge of each guest's particular line of;  work. It was a marvelous exhibition  of artistic arid practical knowledge."  j ��� . Rtstlsea - m����r��-1 ��!�����  The election of Rossland Miners'  union took ; place last week, but .as  there was not; a clear^ majority  of the  {members in favor of any one candidate  for president or financial secretary a  second election,.is being held for these  offices. For president, S. Stevens and  J. McLean; for financial secretary, C.;  SU, Laughhn > and   R., H.   Hucnens.  jThe officers elected-were::   Vice-pres";  I dent,, J. Binny; .recording .secretary,. A.  - Masnilee Chances Name.  'f> With 'the 'ju'ne "issue' ''The Honie  Journal", changes its name tp "Cana-  adiah Home Journal"> During the  last two years when this Canadian  Women's Magazine obtained an assured  place among Canadian periodicals  '-.there hasi been ?much confusion be>  tweem this magazine and the Ladies  Home Journal of Philadelphia, U.S  Last year the size of the Home Journal  was greatly enlarged and the magazine  improved in every way and its sale became generally up on the newstands,  since then.the difficulty, of distinction  between the home and foreign journals  has been still greater, until finally it  was decided to make this change of  name.  June is "Vacation Number," with  many descriptions of Canadian summer  resorts, some excellent detailed advice  for women going abroad on what clothec  to take and how to take them. "Tips  to London and Back" by William  Penrose is a helpful and "���interesting  discussion, of a subject that requires  much finesse to handle well, and yet  means so much to your pleasure and  comfort in travelling.  tOTMHffi SMUT AW  ZAM-BUK  Every athlete, every ball-player,  every swimmer, every canoeist, every  man or woman who1 loves outdoor life  and exercise, should keep a box of  Zam-Buk handy.  ' Zam-Buk is a purely herbal preparation, which, as soon as applied to cuts,'  bruises, burns, sprains, blisters, etc.,  ���eta up, highly beneficial operations.  First, its anticeptic properties, render  the wound free from all danger from  blood poisoning. Next, its soothing  properties relieve and ease the pain.  Then its rich, herbal balms penetrate  the tissue, and set up the wonderful  process of healing. Barbed wire  scratches, insect stings, skin diseases,  such as eczema, heat rashes, ringworm,  '.babies' heat sores, chafed places, sore  feet���all come within Zam-Buk's power.  jit also eases and cures piles. All  druggists and stores. Avoid -imitations.  Ptoealx Railway TtSMiaMe.  \, 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 p.m.  I -  EZEj3RII^BJN,47AIa,   ,  '': ;,/.���; /ORB_SMEMEB  An experimental 50, ton smelter is  to be immediately installed nea*..Toronto to fully test thenew chemical pro*  cess of mineral extraction, the invention of a young Ontario chemist and  the world's control of which has just  acquired by D. D. Mann. Upon expectations being realized as to the practicability ofthe new process, which it  isipredicted will revolutionize smelting  processes by reason of its marked  economy, a. smelter on the new lines  will be established at Stewart to treat  on the spot ores of the Portland Canal  camp and another similar smelter will  be establishedfat once near \>Kimberly  inj the Kootenay district, and Mr. Mann  will proceed to actively develop his  extensive mining property in that locality, including the North Star. Heretofore profitable operations of these  mines had been interdicted by difficulties Jn,the, treatment of the. zinc Aead  product, i which' d'lfficulties thenewfpro-  cess gives promise of removing in toio.  Activity at Vaslr  . Woik is humming in the Ymir gold  mining caaip,4 and a ^great deal of d��>  velopment is "going on, which is bearing  fruit in numerous strikes, while a certain tonnage of ore is being regularly  ^hipped. All the creeks tributary to  the camp areishanngsin the gencsal activity. A feature of the situation is  the way in which the provincial government is building wagon roads to facilitate development.  ; III Farest Rsasrve  ��� Ottawa, June 8.���An order-in-coun-  cil has been passed reserving from  settlement the'entire eastern slope of  the Rocky Mountains from the international boundary northward to the  fifty fourth parallel of latitude.  & frank Statement  Pt.ru-na.\is the Best-Afedtiirur 'in tAnV  ���  ' World,'       ���     .      *"  J ,RECOMMEND   PERUNA.  MR. EMILE.MAROIS. wv  MB. EMILE MAKOIS, 1870 Ontario^  street, Montreal, Canada, wrlteri: *"  -��'i"After taking; nine bottlesof'-pentM,���  I And that I am cured.  s _ "I allU take itocoaetoa��lly.-."Eo�� me It >  to the beet medicine In that wecid.'  "X have recommended It to a number  Of persons."  Mr. .1. C. Hervua Pelletier, Dept. de>-  I'AgrlcuIture, Ottawa, Ontario, wri'tea:^  "The Peruno, ia- particularly efHca- r  clous in tbe cure ot catarrhal ��� flections*  of the lungs mad bronchial tttbe*.  "Six bottles curediroe;thla.winter/Ofr  bronchitis. I am completely restored^  and 1 owe thanka to the Peruna. v'  "I have recommonded thiaj eomedy to^  a large number of my frlenda, afflicted?  With the same trouble, and tbey have.,'  verified my good.'opinion ot stUa-sssf*^  amble ramedy. '���  "    "      "        '        ' I '       "  li  Brighten Your Home   as  How is the time to take a look round your house and ace  '     ---     i/    -what is T��*iuij��dvjn-fch.e;)ine q��^        j^'m*.  k��~T4^,   ��  '���^-'"9    ^  5"  ���m una,      V     �������    i"->.��*  Furni  V  NOTICE  Nothing rirightena-' and contributes to thev happiness,��nd <���  comfort of a home as a few wisely selected pieces of New |  Furniture.     We have a splendid range and can quote you j.  prices equal to. those of Toronto, plus, freiptfit;.   , i  mi rraa. OidMt smonertbfWuuSa,  Patents takan tbroMk MaamSX  (sttetelsMffc*. witboot*3israe. la tfie  Scieatific JUaerfcaiL  . a haadKtnalr mastntad srasfely.    I^sriss* efr-  ��� caution of any  srfentlSo Journal.    Terms  for  Cmoaiis, ���>����� a. Tor. poslaca preiaUa.   8eM tv  :sUi   :WftE��S!Sftk  The New Edition of; the  COPPER HANDBOOK  The Copper Handbook contains, in  thianew.aiid greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarilv a better  book because of its.greater balk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital iinporance to  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1009, contains  1600 pages, with nearly 60 percent.  more matter than.tha preceding- edition.  The chaptera-with mine deecriptiona and  onutatistici- have- been carefully reviaad  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 26 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology.  Deposits by Districts. States, Countries  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Statistics of ?/oduction, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Gopper.  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. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you?  PRICE is $6 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Horace J.   Stevens  36, Shkldkn Building, Houohton  Mich., U.S.A.  (Notice .is hereby given that, thirty  'days'sifter date, I,'Joseph,'J. Baasett, 0/  Hartford Junction, BC, intend to applv  ftp the superintendent of provincial po-  jlice, F. 8. Hussev. of Victoria, for the  renewal of a retail liquor license for the  -Hartford hotel, at Hartford Junction,  (B.C.  C. F. E0WARM  OLD IRONSIDES  AVENUE  .executive board, T. Nimsick and B.  Williamson; delegates: to convention,  T. Hancock and J. Mclver. ." ���      1  A Noble Singer.  The Earl of Shaftesbury has declined the offer of S5,000 per week for  thirty weeks tor a conoert tour in  America. This is by far the largest  sum ever offered to any debutant, for  Lord Shaftesbury, although he ha?  frequently sung at "At homes and  charity concerts, has never yet appeared on the concert platform as x  brofessional vocalist. Gifted with a  tenor voice of beautiful mellow quality. Lord Shaftesbury baa had most  careful tuition, and has delighted his  select audiences as much by,his musi-  cianlv style and temperament as by  the qualitv of his voiee._ After hearing Lord "Shaftesbury sing, a well-  known agent secured a provisional  contract for his lordship to tour the  United States of America at a salary  of S5.000 for thirty consecutive weeks  Assurance was given that everythine  would be done to sustain the dignity  of the noble vocalist's exalted rank.  After considering the offer Lorn  Shaftesbury has written to say: My  answer to your kind offer is that \  am afraid I cannot see my way to  touring the 8tate��. aa a professional  singer.  ���  Baby  Boy'"Unlsfcaed.  Living with hia parents at Bradford, England, is a mne-monthBtold  baby   boy   who   has   never   yet   been  Hanging in a conspicuous place just  inside the entrance to the house is a  set of rules addressed ..to visitors and  signed by the father a.nd mother. The  following are extracts from the rules:  Don't kiss the baby. .  Don't handle baby unless your  hands are very, very clean.  Don't bring biby's face close to  your own or to your hair       .  Don't allow baby to touch your face  or hair. ....  ! ���'.',  Don't talk, breathe, whistle, blow,  cough, or sneeze into baby's face. We  want him to live. ....  Don't use your handkerchief to  babv's hHJidB. face or mouth.  At the foot ��f tl'e rules is written:  "To some these rules may appear  comical or stupid, but they are not  written as a joke or without thought.  Therefore any person infringing _these  rules after having read them will incur our displeasure extremely."  Coal as a Cure For Infidelity.  Dr. Knox, the Bishop of Manchester, upon whose shoulders the bulk  of the work of organising the Church  Congress at Manchester has fallen,  tells a good story in broad Lancashire  dialect of a miner who was "saved"  and had a sense of responsibility  awakened in hirn by a few large cobs  of coal failing on him in the mine one  day. As the coal began to fall the  unregenerate fellow exclaimed, "Lord,  save us!" Whereupon his companion  turned and said, "Aye. there's nowt  like cobs o' coal to knock th' infidelity oot o' a man."  Dentistry   as   a   Hobby.  It was stated at a Shoreditch, England, inquest recently that-a man and  his wife extracted teeth for the-poor  paoplo of the neighborhood free ol  charge, their clients nnmtetftag UMsn-  6aniiis.  Jobiph J. Babsstt.  Hartford Junction, B.C.,  May 11, 1910.  Wanted  A REPRESENTATIVE  FOR PHOENIX AND  .  DISTRICT.  The popularity of our stock (grown on  limestone soil, making hardier and  longer lived trees than Coast-grown  stock), is acknowledged by EX-  PERIBNCED      B  C.      FRUIT  GROWERS.  The B. C. Government Inspector  has congratulated us on the fact that  our stock is cleaner and finer than  shipped in by any other concern.  We offer a permanent position to  the right man, with libeial inducements.  Stone & Wellington  FONTHILE NURSERIES  (Licensed by B.C. Government)  TORONTO    -    .    ONTARIO  HALF A DOZEN BOTTLES  of our assorted liquors should  be in every household. We  sell only  PURE WINES ANO LIQUORS  and our prices are so reasonable that every household can  afford a reasonable selection of  liquors in the closet for emergencies.  (ireeowood Liquor Co,  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD. B.C.  EqONQMY IS B^9J^tp^3.  By the systematic tnd judicious care of money  By making frequent deposits in the Interest Department  By carrying an account in the Business. Department  and paying for everything by check.  THE ELAN  Curbs wasteful expenditure    Keeps an accurate tab upon outlay  Eases business transactions  . Advances bnsineaa prosperity -  Always helps business men  BEGIN TODAY NOT TOMORROW OR LATER.  ASK, HOW NOW  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Savings Bank Department at AH Offices  87 Branches Throughout Canada 87,-,���_  CORRESPONDENTS  ALL  OVER  THE WORLD  IN  HANI3-.MiVr>E   SHOES  Call in and Let Us show  You the Quality of Footwear   WE   CAN   OFFER   YOU;  Shoes that will both Fit  and  WEAR   :::::::::  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  T. TURANO. Proprietor  Phoenix  Greenwood -OlfS^��  LltlC  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a. m.  " "        lower town, 10.00 a.m.  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Pbobmiz OfFics, With McRab Bbob., Knob Hiu, Ave.  ��  B  Wi >*#'"  PHoYnIX PIONEER, PHOEnIX, B.��  ~Trirr~,rrf*r'-',^^M*w*v*!*" ""  COS  We are now prepared to fill all orders for  GROCERIES, FRUIT, and VEGETABLES.  Everything is new and fresh and guaranteed of  first quality. We deliver goods to all points  within three miles of our store.   : : : :  :  : :  :  J. 0, ELLIS  'PHONE YOUR ORDER  ���NO. 12.  I In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF  TOPICS Or  LOCAL AND  OKNERAL  INTEREST  TO  PHOENICIANS.  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reeo Laundry.   . '. . . i''".''.'. -. ......  Reed Laundry  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A 10  We beg to state that we have sold our livery business to  D. J. McDonald.  In future we will make a specialty of all- kinds of heavy  hauling for which we have every facility. Orders for hauling  wood or timber of any kind, freighting, etc., will receive  prompt attention.  We wish to thank our patrons for past business and  solicit their orders for heavy team work.  McElroy Bros. ^^ phoeeix, ��.c. i  8?    t��'  4f r,*. A. W A  I  GANONG'vS  CHOCOLATE*  DeliciousChocoJMtesI Daintier, finer  flavored, fresher and more tobth-  some than the'kind you have been  ,)rt��5M;Kf..iA��i> .^W,JV  Buying: elsewhere.  Ask for them-at-  f'.CKi   ;*i   \rrN? .���-r-V V-'-:  9S DRUG STORE  < ��� PRESCRIPTIONS  CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.  UPPER TOWN        .��        PHOENIX, B.C.  X  i -y  \ ^ ���    ',** *  nii-  The Only One of the Original  HEMIAN GLASS BLOWERS  with the Company of Expert  Glass  Workers  , will give FOUR EXHIBITIONS, commencing  llfcsii^PTERNOON ANt> EVENING  ��� /�����  Uth,  Tu&��j&&y'Evg.,June I3tSi�� I4th  IN MINERS' UNION BANQUET HALL,  i'^ f   e'  1  -i -  Don't.Miss Seeing the ,-����� ,  GLASS STEAM ENGIN;  A Marv-el of Mechanical Ingenuity and,Glass Blowers-'skill',  I    *   " working at each Exhibition with live steam.  *      A SOUVENIR FREE TO EVERY VISITOR.  i.  Speciai^MatiriWe for Children this Afternoon/l to 5  ' , Doors Open at 7.30. ADMISSION, 25' Cento/  Phone 12, the Cosmopolitan grocery.  Greenwood will celebrate Dominion  Day/ ������'.;.  Old papers for sale at the Pioneer  office.' '' ���  Fresh seeds for sale at Love's Drug  Store,' " '���������-'/ ' './': ������  O. B. Smith went to Spokane on  Wednesday.  Robert Pritchard returned Wednesday from a trip to Spokane.  Curlew Butter is reduced to 40c  per pound at the Big Store.       .,. (  Good musical progiam every evening  at the Catholic church Bazaar.  Charles Wootton left Saturday on a  short trip to Portland, Oregon.      ���-'  Stopping an ad. to save money is  like stopping a clock to save time.    ,;'  Mrs. Dan. Biner left last week on a  visit to; her parents at Olympiad VV*��h.  To rent, house-on Ironsides avenue:  convenient to'mines; apply to C. A.  Ross.  Fresh milk daily from the Phoenix  Dairy for sale at Ellis' confectionery  store.  Miss Mabel McKeown returned on  Saturday from a visit with friends in  Spokane.  Hustle to the Catholic church Bazaar next Motiday, Tuesday and Wednesday. -  ' Vegetable and flower seeds���seeds  that grow���5c. per package at Love's  Drug Stoie.  Brighten your rooms with wall paper  now selling at reduced prices at A.  Almstrom's.  For sale, cheap, six-roomed house  with lot; next to Finnish hall. Apply  to John Uendricksen.  Gran by's new machine shop has  been receiving a coat of paint. Pat-  erson &<B��mbvrry are the artists.  ; The Nelson-Wolgast fight pictures  were shown to a large audience in the  opera house Wednesday evening.  Chief Constable Bunbury of Green  wood and Constable P.  Pentecost, of  Rock Creek were  in _ town   on   Wed  hesday.  The Gaiety   club dance passed  off  pleasantly Wednesday evening,  music  being furnished by F. Werner and A  Biner.  Thomas Brown returned Tuesday  from a trip to the coast and was quite  enamored with the activity' at Van-  couvefr"" "     "���   " '      "  Mr. anB^Mrs. 0.v Hallgrain left on  Saturday j iot* Mount 5_TaDeii Oregon,  where Mr. Hallgrain will receive special  treatment for nervous trouble.' '' ��� -  ' 'Mrs." Tuck Collin's left Thursday for  Penticton to join her husband,' who is  now located in the barbering business.  Mrs. J. Weir accompanied Mrs. Collins.  The change in the C.P.R. time  schedule left, a number considerably  behind time on Monday, the train now  departing at i 1V30 aTm." 'instead of 2  p.m. - ���  The strawberry crop is reported to  be short this season and those who are  waiting for a drop in the price before  doing any preserving are liable to get  left.  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, .shingles,'/lirrie, brick���call  on me' for figures. Phone A44. C.  A. Ross.  Roy Clark, J who for a number of  years was connected with the Hunter  Kendrickcompany, and has been an  active member of Phoenix hockey  teams, left Wednesday for Vancouver.  ,Jhe local Fraternal-Order of Eagles  have cancelled their arrangemdnts for  the holding of a celebration here on  Dominion Day, on account of the cele  bration being,held in Greenwood on  that date.  James' McArdle of the Iron and  Structural works',' Grand Forks, was a  visitor in town .Wednesday. Mr. Mc  Ardle is still financially interested in  Phoenix property and takes an occa-  sionaljaunt up the hill to' see a busy  camp,  Fred J. Lynch, deputy grand worthy  president for western Canada, will .visit  Phoenix aerie, No. 158, officially on  Fr,d"yl?yeningi Jur|e 19th. Prepara  tons are being made to entertain him,  which will probably include a smoker  and program, followed by a dance.  '  Jack Griffiths, the Welshman who  was shot in the head some weeks ago  with a 22 calibre ballet and whose life  was despaired of,, continues to improve-  He is now able to sit'up,.ahd, enjoy I a  smoke He will probably be taken to  his home in the old country rwhen he  become* able to {ravel.'   '   ���'������'it'  Carson. left Saturday  apply  Mrs.   Robert  for Enderby. , .;       ,;  A good Kelso piano for sale;  toO, D. Bush.  Miss F. Binns of Rossland is on a  visit to friends in town.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Expert watch   repairing  at   Black's  jewelry store;   satisfaction  guaranteed  ' Don't forget your pocket book when  you go to the Catholic church   Bazaar.  Mrs. Cook of Grand  Forks is the  guest of Mrs. Deane and  Mrs. Pipe  ;  C, Taylor,: recently, provincial,:constable at Phoenix, is now guarding the  gates of Prince Rupert.   ...  Owing to the wet evening and lack  of attendance the Raul Pereira concert  was cancelled Monday.;   ,;-.-��� .������.-.  M. J. Rbyds has succeeded- Mr,  Pickering as local'manager for the B.  C. Telephone company.  Rails from the Brooklyn mine spur  were taken up on Monday to be used  on spurs in Wellington camp.  Alderman McKenzie returned Wednesday evening from spending a month  on his ranch in the Okanagan.  House for sate, at a bargain, on  Golden Eaple addition; good spring'  water.    Apply to R. Wilkinson.  Beautiful fancy articles, the handiwork of the Sisters of Peace of Nelson  and Greenwood, at the Catholic church  Bazaar. >  J. A. Anderson left for Fisherman  on Sunday, where he has taken a contract to drive a 400-foot tunnel for the  C.P.R.  Miss Nellie Webster of the telephone  exchange left Saturday on a two weeks'  vacation which she will, spend at Christena Lake.  1   All the epidemic patients are  pro  gressing favorably and those  quarantined will probably be given  their liberty in a few days.  The Bazaar in aid of the Catholic  church will be held in the MinerSg  Union hall, Phoenix; doors open at  4 p.m. on Monday, and at 10 a.m.' on1  Tuesday and Wednesday. ,  The social given in the' Presbyterian  church on Thursday evening passed off  very successfully. Ice cream and cake  were served and an- enjoyable program  rendered. ���  An addition is being built to D. J.  McDonald's livery barn in the lower  town by Contractor Cosgrove. The  addition is 18 feet wide by the full  length of the barn 80 feet.  The students of Fridolph Werner  will give a musical recital in the  Phoenix opera house oh Thursday  evening, June 16th, Mr.s Bellis and  R. K. McCammon will also sing and  Werner's orchestra will render several  selections.  The Boundary typos covened in  Phoenix last Sunday. J. L. Meikle  and C. IT. Pearson represented the Gazette, Grand Forks; Ed. Rowland, ,the  Times, Greenwood; J. Willcox, the  Ledge, Greenwood; G. Kay and T. A.  Love, ���. the ��� Pioneer, Phoenix. The  visitors enjoyed "a trip over Granby  hill and an excellent eight-course dinner  at the Brooklyn.  .Knights of Pylblai Officers  "i 'At the regular meeting Phoenix  lodge, Knights of Pythias, last Tuesday  the foljowing officers,were elected for  the ensuing term: ' P.C.C., W. X.  !Perkins; ClC, J. \V. Hanna'm; V.C.,  G. Kay; Prel., J. Findlay; M. of W."  W.X; Perkins; K.RS., G. L. Thomp-  son; M, of F., Rev. S. Lundie; M. of  E', A. S. Cook; M. at A., H. L.  Goodwin; IG , J. I aing; O.G., A. F.  Geddes.  For Sale���Household furniture, lin  oleum,   Carpets,   two   bedroom   suits,  rocker   and   diningroom    furnishings,  lounge, cook stove, two healers, etc.���  Apply, Mrs. Tait.  ���  ,i- For sale, the property known as the  Biner block;'cent re upper town, "best  income property in city and adaptable  for any kind of- business; cheap.; In '  quire on premises^   '       ���  Mail 'for the* eas'f now closes' "at'  postorrice,at(ii,3o a m.  ,, ,.,.,  the;  I NOTICE  '   To those wiio are interested in Vancouver,  the city  of opportunity, and  the coming'rrietiopoiis1 of  the   Northwest, and who are desiious of opening  up correspondence with a reliable and  straight dealing firm with a view to in  vesting, we can recommend the firm of  Filmer &   Hamilton, of 432' Pender  St ,   West,   Vancouver,   B.C.    These  gentlemen   deal   largely   in ��� city   and  suburban property, and their judgment  in values can be absolutely relied upon.  For reference, see-  Signed, Danny Deane  R. Petterson  J. E. McCombie  J. M. Drockn  HOTEL FOR SALE  I offer for sale the choicest hotel  property in "Phoenix. The building  contains fifty rooms, also three stores,  all in good condition, located in the  t usiness centre, corner of Knob Hill  avenue and First street. Terms given  to the right parties. Apply to owner,  D. Oxley, Phoenix.  ,  ,\87heth'er';.!you are -well  '_���.;,; t dressed or not is determined more by where  youbuy yourclotlies tlian  by what you pay for them.  VNo;. matter .what you  pay us for a suit ypu may  be sure that it's the best  to be had for the'money;  .Best in material, ^workmanship, style���-everything, and that you'll be  \vell..dressed when you get  "it'-'on."--'' '���  -'���'*���    o-'t..."   ���*'....  ;;���.'.; The^more a man knows  about good ' clothes and  correct dressing the more  pleased we are to show  him our stock. He recognizes at -once, the"-per- ''  fection of style and material in every garment  he sees here. Let us show  you how we can suit you  ��!>  ' Put Xot!r FoPt -��- p  J this shoe and see. if ifr'issnot  \ what you 'have been long-  |ing for. You've had your  j heart set on      1 ,  ! Feojtwe;Ar;:T;H>.t,;;:  : Gives  Foot  jCase  '; and  now you've  found it.  I There's  comfort, solid and  inexpensive, in every pair that, leaves this store,  jean always '"bank" on shoes bought from   ,  iYou  N.J. Carson Co.i  ���-^-��^�����^-^-�����^~�����--��^-^������^���^���������-y-|���~-j~-Hr*'srr**>iWiT��j~i_nj:  Ropl Billiard parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING A  e  SAFETY  Razors  Pocket Edition, $5  < ��� i. .1  John L��vet Agt  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccjos���: .���  '"Cigars" ~ "\  "and"' "" "  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARBER SHOP  in ronnectiori.  AN.EASY. SHAVE ...������,��� ���,  STYLISH   HAIRCUT  REFRESHING  MASSACE  INVIGORATING- SHAMPOO  J. G. Miles, Tohsorial Artist  Finest Selection  Confectionery  .r..r..,..,.,,,....Try.:  The Famous  Koh'hoor  Chocolates  There arc none  Better  cosgrove & mcastocher, Proprietors  <:??  '$!������  if, if  HI  ���8  f'  t:  often  �������������  M  owe  *ri^r\          much to their appearance.    Everything else  b4ing e^ual,Fthe well-dressed fellow/ will get - ahead> faster  Man the' .^carelessly attired competitor.*' We help"youn|':  men and " h  'A ,-       OLD   MEN, TOO,        ;  or that,mattery to...get ahead, as far as good clothes will  take them'. We make a suit or a coat so that'it will fit  and look'as if it belonged \ to the wearer. The material  will be-'right, the tailoring will be right, and the price  Will be right. At"least.you will say so. In.reality it  should be higher.  MERCHANT  TAILOR-  TH-,E  AMERICAN'MINING REVIEW  EBTABL.I8HKD    IN     1SOO.  THEmOST  P^APER'/IN'  PRACTICAL  iilNERS'  THE   WORLD. '!i&'vJ&\  m  T  PS  f!  3m  V*,  V ���'t i  -i*i ij  �� *  It gives alL^Jie,Important, jVIimng News,,and every, issue contains valuable  Special ��� Articles, well illustrated, on* subjects of real practical interest, to  the/eyfery-day mining man. :^-v:y'i.'        :        :        :        :      '?;'\  im,r.^ j,,?'\.*��js..PBitt''"vWA.'st-raA.vcpLK osr rkqukst  Publiibed ''evBTf--^u^f:'ax-:lnv' Angeles, CslifomiA. -���'���'-'  it/  T  f  W  m.  i^gMP^'?^^"^H^^  ^  >*i  Jl  )i    >  ��� I,.*-"  *T'  1


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