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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 11, 1909

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Array ��...... ..,���'���������.. ��� .*.���.,..,,.  ���*??T-a  Tenth Year.  '.W.-btl.'H^ i-r^^^V/r^r'^--**  *spiNG JOURNAL  :.i'v    /.���.'���.'(;-I.  PHOENIX, BkinSH��0ijlffl^��S^JRDAY. SEPTEMBER  11, JQOQ  ;; j,;, .J''. >,'l'l,vitji-.ii;".''.'-v-*:  CONTINUATION SALE  M&HW Let us neip Y��U  In order to, reduce'pur stock still further,  we have;decided to '-"������^  Conjinue the ; Saile in our Men's  ^alMiaMaJis^iM.r.aVBtM>w-MMM<<<<<<<<<<<<MM^  Department for j Another 10 Days  MEN'S HATS���Still a large variety  of blocks and shades to choose from.  Values up to $5.00 on sale for ...;"'. v  $3.50  MEN'S FINE SHIRTS  These sell regularly from $1/50 to  $2.50; offered for'"the next i6 days  at only . . ���   These values must be seen to be appreciated.    Come in and  be convinced.  $l.do  MEN'S CLOTHING  Every Suit in the Store Reduced 10 per cent  and many slashed much loiwer. See the samples in the  window. You were going to buy a suit anyway, buy it now  and take advantage of this saving in the price.  BESIDES  ALL THIS, ���� have placed on Sale  60 PAIRS MEN'S FINE SHOES  $3.50  selling in the regular way, for $4.50,  $5.00 and $5.50. These are offered to  you at the ridiculously" low price of  Gentlemen, this is positively the greatest Shoe Barg��i" ever offered in Phoenix.  We are open to-night until zof'clock, come in and pick out a pair  '���'  '-   '-     - i' ibeforeJpourrsizc is gone.        ���  <. r. :^.���... ?_  "    'i'AFFFFFJFt      ;'#F���^FlV  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO.  m  Hot Weather Specials  Armour's Dried Beef - - "-'  Griffin's Lunch Ham - - -  Swift's Ashland Ham - - -  Clark's Lunch Tongues -  Davies* Pork Tenderloin -  Leard's Whole Chicken - -  Lebby's Potted Meats   - -  35c. lb.  35c.   u  35c.   *'-  4oc. Can  50c.  "  40c. "  15c.    "  FRESH FRJLJIT AN�� VEGETABLES ARRIVING DAILY  m  Leave   Y6wr   PEACH  Orders ��ff"THi�� WeeK  EASY MONEY BY ]  AERIAL FINANCINGf  The " Freeze-Quf" Game in  Mining; '���"''"���'"  The Canadian Mining ^."Journal)' referringt<i recent reorganization of mini  ing companies in the Boundary; smites  heavily oh the assassins,; of the "smali  investor.;; The Journal says:'; Thei.re'f  ;6iganization lately Ipf'several.local rnin|  ing and reduction companies of more  orless prominence- has -ended disasj  trously for those of the shareholders  whodid not feel like complying wittf  the "freeze-out" conditions laid down!  by the rtorganizatidn committees. ; In,  many, cases investors bought stock at  par for an "investment," figuring that  the prominent men connected with'th^  companies assured exemption from  'wildcat tactics, and that in due course  of time they would receive some of the  substantial profits which the mining in:  dustry as a whole is'! yielding.- today.  The day is coming when a man, wht^  buys one shajre of stock; Jrivanr mcorr  porated company will have' his interest  protected, but what can we "do" tt?  hasten, this state of^things*"i It does  not seem jusi that a wage-earner who  stints himsfcl/ of luxuries, we will st^jr-  and puts his savings into a corporation;  m an effort to provide for that "rainy  day" that, we all fear, should lose that  estate which in-a crisis may . mean Jife  or death to himself and i family;'; ji>  order that certain predatory interests  may acquire a-valuable p'ropeity at a  mere pittance. When the show down  comes it is an uneven i battle, an;"or!  ganjzed force versus a disorganized and  helpless lot of shareholders. Asia  ^en'ejaUtbing.stock in a "company;is  sold the first thing,'and stands a paWr  mount first mortgage against, the concern; then those "inside," with the aid  of their promoters' stock and the  piox.es . which -the innocent share--  holders send them, vote to mortgage  everything, giving'a first mortgage, and  the stock that was previously secured  by certain assets, is converted into  worthless papier, while the friends o'f  the "insiders" get a strangle hold oh  the company that was put on its feet  by the mon^y of the small' investor.  The question is, who, or what organization, that is in the right position, is  going to start the work that 'will place  the minirig^indu^try^  tion/rf its ^fftit^t^Tin^t^^&^ri^  ln 'bur midst ' predatory trusts, work  men's unions and farmers' unions; the  next big movement will be for a Consumers' Protective Association, for the  others are getting too, high-handed  altogether so what's the matter with  an organization for investors that- will  fight their-battles in Parliament and  throughout the land? Its eye, if  vigilant, might strike fear into the  hearts of those Black Knights who  would make a little easy. money by  aerial financial tactics  w  Filr Program Well Illustrated  The Spokane Interstate Fair has issued a striking and handsome program  embracing exhibits and attractions at  the 1909 Fair, copies of .which, it is  announced by the management, may  be obtained by any person who will  write secretary, R.H. Cosgrove.  In many ways this latest interstate  Fair, program is a souvenir' worthy of  keeping, showing; asit does; the tremendous strides taken by the Interstate Fair since last year. In live stock  and fruit and vegetable departments,  race program and vaudeville and circus  attractions, this program- shows why  the cost of giving the Spokane Intei-  state Fair this year will amount to over  $100,000. Of this sum $60,000 will  be given in premiums, purses and attractions.  Phoenix Miners Klect Officers  On Saturday evening last Phoenix  Miners' Union No. 8, Western Federation of Miners, held its semi-annual  election of officers as follows; President, Harry Reed; vice president,  David Tyson; financial secretary, W.  A. Pickard; recording secretary, W. X.  McDonald ��� assistant recording secretary, Joseph ; Thomson i conductor,  John P. Cosgrove : warden, Neil Mc-  Beth ; trustees, J. H. Park and Jacob  Nogi.   Phoenix Nest Order of Owls will  give a dance in the pavilion at the  park next Wednesday evening, Sept.  15th. Werner's orchestra will supply  music.  The Granby Consolidated, Min*  ing, Smelting and Power  Company, Ltd.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the ninth ordinary general meeting of  The Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smelting and Power Companv, Limited,  will be held at the Branch Office of the  Company, 52 Broadway, New York,  N.Y., on Tuesday, the 5th day of  October. 1909, at 10.J?0a.m., for the purpose of electing directors and transacting  other business that'may properly come  before the meeting. The transfer books  of the Company will close at 3 p.m. on  September 20th and reopen at 10 a m.  on October 6th, 1909.   ^  Dated this llth day of September,  1909.  NosTHBUP FowjutB, Secretary.  ���it--c:a./ ������ ts^m:im-ym<A '���  GRESeiENT MINE, WUIGH IS kcAIN-SHIPPlNpi'ORE J?:  LARGE CR^jfrDS. AT  LABORS^Y PICNIC  ;,T^-  Miriers' Viuoa��any Out 'Pta?  Ideal -. weattfet^red/xthes^bprj]  SEEING THiESRIO . {  tinSc^readwell  Party^of Phoenicians Visit Prc^  ^.:Xi?misirtg:S?.roperty ���'���   U'  On Sunday, the Pioneer, in company  ��^^Martirii*James; -TWarsb-alJ,  .D,y.ce,eb��Up;^^^  and the pro  with  the  Union here on Mbi  ceedings passed 01  exception of occai^nal outbreaks of  the ..Donybrook.^vjjfiety. Many, business places were.r,>o gala attire, with  flags and :bunti��|k|'��nd itheBrcokfyn;  King's ahd4D^a��|)i f hotels each hid  special decorations-��f an illuminating  F^t,"---:^'..^^  At 10 a.m. thi'f members of the,  Miners' Union paraded the principal  streets, the procejsigf.1 being headed by  Harry Reed, as rh'iriHall, and the.local  band, and led the vay to: the city park,  where the program;-;opened with aid-  dresses by John Mclnnis, M.P.P.; W.  Davidson, head,. ot^'the" provincial "ex-  ecutiye W. F. M.p;andi: John Mc-  Kirinon of Rosslarwl, president of district' No. 6, W^FV''|IV^  ��� .���      ;(  Large numberSiSlfcitizens and,' visitors continued-tb awive at. the grouh'dsT.  during the afternoon, a'nd^the;prpgra,rri  was carried out merrily. The dancing  pavilion-r was- a-^popular attraction  where interest ,rje^��*r lagged,,. music,  being- furnished^by piyernerjs prchestrsij  during the eriurejv afternoon. John  Gordon,' wh6*h~as;sfc>h many medals as  a piper, ' enliveneo* the ��� proceedings  with occasional ^ lindering ot; Scotch  airs. '"..' ���, " '%'���<��� f%���  rr. A&izxpected the|fe"ature of"the day-  wa|'basebaU;)betWj5:n,teams representing rPKoenix;jian^'.Greehwb  ;'��?a^'irepie*^'i-��iA^  playing, the only regret feeing;that the"  game had to be called rat the end-of  the eleventh inning with the score a  l',e 3-3-, ^t was' largely ��� a; pitchers'  battle, Strutzel doing giant . work for  the locals,, while Ingjis was equally  strong in the "curveature" department  for the opposing team. There was  little to choose in Edwards and Mea-  cham behind the bat, both scoring  high in double play work, and b th  teams were given great support in the  field! The. real sensation was a home  drive by.J. O. Church., The spheroid  travelled high to the distant bleachers  and fell in the lap of J. McLaughlin,  who was enjoying a smoke. A dispute  followed as to whether it was a safe hit  and Umpire W.-X. McDonald ordered.  Church back tof bat, and charged; him  up with a foul.,  The prizewinners in the- other  sports of the day were as.follows: ,  Boys' race,16 years and under, 1st  Em. Piercej :2nd E. Geddes-      3 '  Standing;broad jump.'ist J. S. Jost;  2nd T. Collins.  ^1 oo-yard" dash, open  to  all, 1st ' A.  Strutzel; 2nd.W.Curiey. ,    ;  Putting ii6-lb. shot, 1st J. Neil; 2nd  W.-Merrihew:-"-"���_ '  Hop, step and jump, istJ.S. Jost;  2nd H. McKay. ;.     :  100-yaid dash, members W. E.M.  only, 1st W.Curiey; 2nd L.-McKLelyey.  Running high jump, 1st J. .S'.: jost;  2nd H McKay.  Pole vault, ist.J. S. Jost; 2nd P.  McKay.  Running broad jump, ist J. S. Jost;  2nd H, McKay,  Three-legged race, ist H. McKay  and A. Strutzel; 2nd A. McDonald  and W. Biner.  Throwing 16-lb. hammar, A. ������Mc-  Kinnon; 2nd N. Davidson.  50-yard dash, over 60. years, ist J.  McCombie; 2nd T. Moore; 3rd N.  Lemieux.  The events of the day closed with a  ball in Miners'Union hall in the evening, which was attended by about 125  couples.    ^ '  Watch the Boundary Grow  Born���At Phoenix, Aug. 29th, to  Mr. and Mrs. J. Polkyorka, a daughter.  Born���At Phoenix, Aug. 30th, to  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weir, a daughter.  Born���At Grand Forks, on Sept.  ist, to Mr. and Mrs. D. Ballon, a  daughter.  Born���At Grand  ist, to Mr. and  Mrs.  son.  Born���At  Grand  5th, to Mr. and Mrs.  a daughter. . ��� ���   .>���  Born���At Grand Forks, on Sept.  8th, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Japp, a  daughter.  Bom���At Phoenix, an Wednesday,  Sept. 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy, a  son.  Born���At Greenwood, on Sept. 3rd,  to Mr. and Mrs. Frank JBubar, of Rock  Creek, a daughter.  Richardson and W. Hower, combined  busir^s^a^pJeMure in a trip to the  'property 'of Ithe 'Rio Rinto Tread well.!  Mining company; located at Curlew,  Washipgtoa; ,i��hich is now 'being def  'yelope3^'|l:^ 4?' \ ;:';1- |".;','/^ \_j;\'  .iIt was^ai^mile drive;-'butisuch a  .trip, from Phpenix^rly on a morning  in sumnier is a pleasuiftTto any lover of  nature. The grandeur of the ever  changing landscape is only equalled by  the".variety? of resources evident in  passing from an altitude of 5;ooo feet  to an altity|de 2^006.feet; Fort miles  on leaving Phoenix are to be seen!,  through-the hedges-which skirt; the  roadway, the / wprk��t)pf ,th6 prospector,  either by a'stake iniiicating a claim or  developed property or" e^je aj mine,  >,while close uppn.rthe^mineraljzone or, J  indeed, nestling; between orefj ridges  in^the*stin-ki$seq:valley'iare thejgardensj  of bbth'the agrrculiurist' and horticial- j  turist,,, thg,. dnve way beiqg ; b'u t^an  avenue through luxuriant fruiT, treefe  or edging fields .of vegetables or grain  with products unVurpass)jd in any clihie;,  while,the towa.of,Curlewrhas,a,cr^axn'-;  eryqwhich has, already: mftde the vaJiew-i  famous for excellent butter..'..,    ..r^fel)  The Rio  Tinto Tfeadwell   is' c6n^4  posed   of   seven claimsr-^-.Kio.JIiintt^,  TreadweH,i Mascot," ColuiuU^ "Mammoth^ Mint-andCalumet-^which have  been staked by _JrLMartin, of Phoenix j  :i^^aTn^��^^o^^lfuHn  eleven" years' and on which he expended  a large sum of money  in   prospecting.  The property is admirably located ohi  the brow of a hill,   some   three  miles'  from Curlew,  overlooking, a   splendid  ranching district.   And indeed the party  were given an excellent dejeuner  at a  farm residence a few hundred yards from  the claims.    Two lines pass .through  the valley about a mile distant  in  ah  air line. '.  The Rio Tihto-Treadwell is primarily  a. copper proposition, though good  values in gold, silver and lead have  also been secured. Beudes a large  amount of surface stripping there were  several small; shafts sunk' with cross-1  cutting at the bottom of one, and an  85-foot tunnel, up to last year. This j  work demonstrated four parallel veins,  traversing: the claims from north to  south, the ledges ranging from 50 to  100 feet wide, and three of them-being  over 400 feet in length. Assays were  also obtained ranging up to $18.50 per  ton. ���   . - ���   : '- ���   )  Early in July of this year G. B.  Dennis and Hans J. Rice, two prominent mining men of Spokane,. become  interested in the property,.and the  Rib TintoTreadwell Mining company  was formed with Mr. Dennis as presi  dent, a block of treasury stock being  placed on the market for^lthe prosecuting of development work;': .  A contract'was recently let to con  tinue the tunnel .which was being  driven to crosscut all; four ledges at  depth. The contract is for 400 feet  and the tunnel is being driven by a  double shift of miners with the expectation of striking the first ledge some  time in October.  The Rio Tinto-Treadwell is only, a  prospect, but it is undoubtedly entering the mining arena with as auspicious prospects as many a dividend,  payer.       . '    ���'  There will be a meeting in the Presbyterian church on. Wednesday, Sept.  15th, when T. Albert Moore will speak  on the Lord's Day Alliance act and  the coming local option campaign.  All interested are cordially invited.  F.C. Buckles3 and the Misses Buck;  less left this week on a trip to the- Sej-  aide fair^ V'M  '''���'���    , '*'���:':: .'-'-"��� ;:v : j  The Snowshbe's shipments of 5,370  tons-represents the torinagei for only  six days. , ��� ;:     ; ���'. ,'.''.��� f\./;,'���������:��� ^ ,,,' .���:..,'  -'John A. McDougall and Miss Mamie  "Barreft were married in; Grand Fork's  on Sept. ist.    :���' ',..���'���.������'���';.:..���. -;,-'::'.,....,'.,-.-., ���]  ;; Nominations to fill the- vacancies in  the north and south wards, Greenwood,  will be held on Sept. 13th. I.  .James S.' Birniemf ..Greenwood has  been, elected secreta,ry, of the Boundary  Fish and Game''association.;       . .     \  The provincial timber commissioners  will .meet in Grand Forks next Saturday. All interested are invited to 'at-  tend... 1  ;, The B.C.  Copper  smelter   treated  8ji45*t6ns of ore" tnisweek, 7,541 ton's  "from Mother Lode and 604 tons from  other properties.    !   : '   r; i  " The Kettle River and South Olcan  agair pioneers' Association will hold  their'annual: blowout at Fairview on  Septerriber 17th. I  ���.GJ'A. McLeod of Spokane,; who recently negotiated the sale of the Mc-  Kinley.mine,, in Franklin camp, visited  the.property last week. ...    !  .-.: R. J. Campbell and Miss Maggie  McCurdyHof Greenwood were. married  at Coeur d' Alene city oh Sept. 'ist.  They returned toGreenwdod'Saiurday'.  *   '{������'���"������  ���"���;���'��� ���"���'���v   ������ ���   ' ::  -.-/ ���       .'.r.L";>.TT5:-.v.';. i  John A.   Coryell and   Miss;:;Ernma  Ferguson   Gordon   were. marned   at  Little Falls;':N Y.''':;an-;'A'u'guSf''ii ist*.  They have taken up residence in'Grand  Forks.'.        :,:   ."��� .���.!���:- ',������'   ,"���; ���������...;    \  Active work has been commenced  onthe Midway coal property owned by  a .Greenwood syndicate. | They, have  500 acres and have located; a .seam of  coal nine feet wide. A ' ' "      L  . Sampling of.the No. 7 mine in Cen-  'tral camp by the Consoljdate<I company  fjfras/suspended yestferdiay'^iritiP the mill  returns are received. -Samples for  assaying .were taken frpm every twenty  feet throughout the mine. :; i :>:. <  ��� Fihdlay; brothers, who are operating  'the;.Crescent mine,itwo miles <West.pf  ^Boenix,^Hderhme^  siderable ore ready for - shipment. A  car of twenty tons was shipped to  Trail smelter this week and is expected  to run over :$ 100 per ton;;% .1    c ���  The semi annual annual election of  Gieenwobd Miners' Union, No. 22,  took place last Saturday.. The new  officfcrs are as follows: President,  Charles G. Johnson; vice-president,  John McMillan; second vice-president;  R.; J. Campbell; financial secretary,  George Hea'therton ; treasurer,! John  B.. Docksteader; recording secretary,  Willjam B. Embree; conductor, Charles  Beltner; warden, Norman Bradley;  trustees, John McMillan, W. B. Embree and C. G. Johnson.  The work of enlarging the last two  furnaces at the Granby smelter is progressing favorably and is expected to  be completed in about three weeks.'  Early in October the GranOy wilt be  operating ks entire battery of new furnaces and will be in shape to smelt  about 4500 tons of ore per day and  make copper at the rale of 40,000,000  pounds per annum. ��� In order to meet  the requirements of ore more machines  are being put to work at Granby mine  where there is now employment for  20 more  experienced   machine men.  ANOTHER ;iNEW^��AL -  i>:;: f AND;^COK^f^-N^E'  TKe:$e;v^^wn^  V-Vg; ;���'I';in;'GtOW^'Nestrtli;'_ ^  '.: ��� On Saturday next';ano|ti|wrJpe^  will be added to; the',',;jists.fpf^thriving  communities1 of southern ���Atberta>'i'When  the 'McGillivrayvCreek^CpaI|^;;.^  Co., Ltdi; place onJhe^inark'et :16ts in  the, town ^pf Cafbondaje_ which  they  have "piattfed in brder^^^^^  for the iminersF; andj emplc^ee^O|( |the  company.' .;Theynew''towri|of(r-^irnon;  dale bids' fair to become'a ^'thriving,  progressive towriifrqrn the start, having  as it has behindit^bne of the most'enter-  prising big coal .companies.    The Mc-  Gillivray Creek Coal and Coke Co. are  at the present time employing a force  of -one hundred and ���'. t wenty>fiv��: 'men  in the development of the 3000 acres  of coal land which they own,, lying  di-  lectly adjoining the C. PR., tracks at a  point on'the C.P.R. not far fr,om.,Cole-  man, Alberta.^. Erection of the most  modern steel  tipple in  the  WesC'as  well as other necessary, buildings, will  facilitate the mining of eventually 4,000  tons of coal per  day.    This  in itself  wou)d "insure Carbondale as"TJeiiig'' a  good  sized' tbwni'*: The' '��� McGillivray,  Creek company  will eventually *con  struct a large number of coket ovens,  work on which;it is sai^ will b&s^rfed  some time inKthe; near .future..' ?:^j.i? %'������  It has been,announced by. some of  the prominent business men in Kelson,  B.C., that they will.erect a three/Story,  modern, brick hotel at Carbondale on  three lots which "they" have purchased  in the-Jcentre?of the town jfor-sthat |sur-  pose. * P. Buths &; G6r .haye-'iBflor*61"  cured a ��ite anid ^ill |lpcat| a branch  of their establishment in thetpwj).    It  .is rumored that Canada's largest bank  willCnave" al branch: at CarIxwidWe^; btit  this-has'jnot as yet'been ^confirmed, although" it* is pertain" that'some of the  large   banks   wHl  establish a  branch  t%re, FeventiJ^ly.'./.Much^  gping on at.th^ present,,time, ip. and  aroiinii' t^e 'tpwn?it^!and * inasmuch as  mercantile establishments must locate  where minersrmaketheir hothet.fit"iis  certain that vaonurnberi of s^stpiite yijiW  spring up;within[the;'-next fe^tnonths  at   Carboridaie., .The,'vicpmp^y;;Jluis  .made very^;lbw "prices on ,'lots hi   the  town in order to insuref!a!speedy:sale  and:fapid settlement., 'Fortheopening  days1'a free-retutn;trip, is; offered by,the  ^fflpa.aYTt(yralt^  that is necessaryis 'that;"a. persc�� tikrog.  advantage of .this: offer ishoulo." ptocure  a receipt from the ticket agent- issuing  the'ticket showing- that'he'ihad '< purchased a return trip, fare; to ;Gplenian,  Alberta, and.such receipt will, be .accepted by the company as part of the  first payment pt any lot in Carbondale.  This allows a prospective! buyer to view  his property before purchasing.; '> Many  local people Iiave signified; ttheir intention of attending the sale.  Patrons of Phoenix Electric Ujfct  Company���Notice :  I wish to thank the consumers of  water and light for the liberal support  given the company tinder my seven  years' management and for their prompt  payment of accounts. Judge Hood  will represent the company as my successor. All subscribers are. requested  as far as possible, to pay accounts in  the office on or before the 15th. of  each month, and where not otherwise  provided receive 10 % discount.-'  J. L.:Martin, retiring.manager.  Will accept Carney Copper stock at  10 cents per share in exchange for my  household furniture.���J. L. Martin.  l-n Sept ii,'09   ^  S BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Tbe followlug table gives the ore ���hipments of  j 1903, 1904,  1905,  1906, 1907, 190S and 1909, as reported  Forks,   on Sept.  W.   H.   Itter, a  Forks,  on   Sept.  Alex. Robinson,  Utojt Mlnlni Stock Quotations.  BID ASKED  Alberta Coal and Coke      .04 .05  B.C. Copper      6.37^ 6.75  Domin. Copper 0.3 .05  Granby --������������      ^-OO 110.00  Charles Dickens   Cons. Smelters     85.00 95.00  Copper King 03% m%  Gertie      .-��2 -02>*  Hecla       3.25 4.00  International Coal ...       .70 .81  Kendall                 _ l Q0  Missoula Copper           -1'a -03  Nabob ���         -2?�� -3-^  Rambler-Cariboo.....         -7 -12  Rex 07 -8  Snowstorm       l52 154 f  Snowshoe           -'^ ,8^  Stewart                    -4S?4 -55K  Tamarftck-ChuBapeake      .50 0.85  MlNU.  lOraoby Mtnea...  j Snowahoe..���   I Phoenix Amal���  |B. C Copper Co.  - Mother Lode-..-  B C. Miue   Bmma... .::'...  Oro Denoro....  I Sounle Belle......  loom. Cop. Co....  Br'ktyn-Stem^  Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunaet.   Mouutn Rose..  Athelatau   Morrison -  I R. Bell   J Senator   1 Brey Hogle   No. 37   ] Reliance   ��� Sulphur King-..  I Winnipeg _..  (Golden Crown...  j King Solomon...  j 3ig Copper........  ] No. 7 Mine   1 City of Paris......  {Jewel   ] Riverside   iCarnli   Sally   1 Rambler   Butcher Boy....  J Duncan   J Providence   i Rlkhoru   Jstrathmoie   ] Golden Eagle...  I Preston   Prince Henry.���  j Skylark   1 Last Chance -...  B. P. O. Mine...  I Bay.   j Mavis   Don Pedro   1 Crescent   j Bruce   Republic -  I Miscellaneous...  1901       ioo��       I9��3       I904       I905���  131,76a 309.858 393.71*   549.703 ^.S8?  1,731    30,800   7I.��"    ���       99.034 <4I.S1�� 138,079 <74.a98 147^76  47,405    14,8"    19.305     f~-       6jo     8,530   aa.937 37,960     9,485   ~.    15^37 l6,��oo     .(,007  Boundary mines (or   1900,  1901  rgoj.  to the Phoenix Pioneer-  Past  1900        1907      1908.       1909   Week I  801,404   613.537 1038,747 675.144   19,0171  S.4JO   135,001     48,836   113,730    4.370,    145  105,900 loSjai 331,809   184,371     6,336}  M8S 1,111         11,804 '8.374         3,177 M.481 66,630      1,503  803  55��  1,040  '������"875  '"665  3,000  .150  7,455    >5.73l  .'.'.'.'.*."'.'   "5.646  3.339  JJ,350   55-73'  ���3,070   is'.ioS  3,150     3,��S6  150  560  785  613  483  3,060  "��9  363  1,435  I./59  4,586  S.450  313  364  J3  4,747  140.685  3.960  16,033  48,390  3.55S  43.195  11,153  64,173  3M70  3��.158  649  3.780  10,740  3,��oa  530  130  79  3J36  J15  993  400  167  500  716  315  -3  SO  3*>  60  75��  1.833  '"���"���   *"���*  33  150  5��6   30  106  76  ,1  I 140  40  140        145  90  65  108  7.0  'SO  30  40  7O0  10  55  60   ���  Stt  68t,  "73  10  40  90  SOO  ���10  15  589  45  330  H4  53 -����  ��� HO  30  Total, tons 300,800 508^76 690,419 839.80S ^.0,618 1.161^3? 1.148,137 1,487,480 975,538   29,753 j  ^^'^^'"".'mSjS   til X40 401.931 596,353 687,988     818,879   637,616   1037.544 653.995   18,8431  1 BX?CoP?erCo. *K#fi IJa^ ^'.w JloUi ^o 5jo     .33,740   341.95*    304.85? .65400     8,145 |  I Dom. Cop. Co-  131^70   30.930"   81,059     3.8.811    "153^439     ��.6����  ! Total reduced..   348439 460,940 097404 837,66^ 9^1,8/7 1.171.430 ��>133,����7 1JS9 060 819,195   16,988 j  i(r!��2Se5EFS25a5a52SS��ra52S^  ahwm  nmmm  -   : ���:���)MM ='-.*fv ���**&>  ���   ���-:. ���.v*9��,)r,iii.^;>^1  ��. ������.'���Jv^yt'Si--;*  "������"i hh'-$$&'*:&.& SM  PHOENIX PIOtiKR, PHOENIX, B.C.  m  6  feT  mi  *  5-1  I*  flj  p  8(j*^F,  Si     'j*  1=42'  fe  #i  Hill   MS  �����*  HOUSE CLEANINO  instead of being a mono-  V^SS Arudg^ry becomis a  oSbSor* wow SnnllRht help5  VSuV Remember- Sunlight  a&ca all tJie work, at ball the  ~ct)*t and In ball the  time of other Soap*.  Follow directions  The Phoenix Piottcci*  W-BeaadFiry Mining Journal.  jmbsd aa MTamDAta at tarn  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO,  /        .MrMOBVIX. B.C.  ���      -���    -..    ,A\l --..       I >       ,.,! .,,,11111 ....  T*lafli**ta J Maaaycra rcaideact. Ho. 15.  i.    I.T.J  Saturday, September i_i, io��9  TOP  OF THE WORLD  , 1  Two Explorers of the  North Pole  _ Story of Dr. Cook's  TrfeaUtifcnown North  -<  HewYorS^1 Sept.   6T���Command*  1 .tfooeVt ��'. Peary has readied the north  ,#jeA it has t*en doubly discover*!.  ^Ffbp.   this bleak coast of Labrador  ICoaViiwVMer Peary today flashed thb  rie^tiat he hid attained his goal in  (hej��;n��*, while at the same no-  meat in D-mark Dr.  Frederick- A.  ,.<Dsok mfc teing dined and lionized by  rb^F^fti-the SftAte achievement.  : j. ^.N^irbitFSe^:, av^syo^ ����*  %ftne^s source, the tollowing story  f^De. Gook't tnp has been gleaned:  V Dri Frederick A. Cook has arrived  - 'it Shetland Islands after a prolonged  and sutcess/bl ktternbt at Polar exploration.',���& last the pole has been  reached   and   land  discovered  upob  vw&fch rest the earth's northern  most  - 'Wtsirf-T rHirty thousand square miles  that has heretofore been a blirak will  be in future maps of the world.  ��� -IP*.'      j" ���"-"���.'   * V, H'    -'if     <��� t��  .    .     ���  The; excursion was unpremeditated,  being the outcome of a yachting trip  iri'ttflTolttttreitf a surfltner cruise ki the  'HP /ferliuifey."  , { J^^ .party .imved at Smith's sound  ' 4a?e ia AugusV*907.    Here Dr. Cook  - 'mrii'ihis previous Arctic and Antarctic.  >&&&&&,&* at once that there wis  ;'acfii&c^of alife'lime; the conditions  ', wer^F^prionally favorable for making  a dash to the pole.  ~> -HOUSE QUICKLY BUlLT  With ��uch materials as were at hand  * tne nbuS'e and workshop was built add  with tne assistance of 250 of the northernmost dwellers upon earth a hurried  outfit was got together and plans ma  1 4$^*)' ^ross oVet Grimmel  Island  ,: and proceed T&orthWard oh its west  " coast tb the polar sea.    The Polar  -~ midnight came' upon them after the  /$$rsteh started.  It Was, therefore, sunrise of  1908,  ' February the  19th before the actual  7  expedition towards the pole started.  Elevefa 'Esquimaux witn upwards of  " 100 dogs and about a dozen  heavily  1 stedges left Greenland shore westward  f oyer fhe ice ilows of Smith's sound,  '. ^they crossed the heights of Elsmere  Sound to the Pacific slope the temper-,  ��� attire "went down to 83 degrees.    The  ' consequence   was   many   dogs were  ���   frozen .and the hardy men of the north  ���suffered greatly.  However,  they found game  trails  bymeans of which they got through  Ntmsen's Sound to Land's End.    This  1 remarkable march proved an excellent  one for hunting, rib less than 101 musk  oxen, seven bars tod  335 hare being  obtained,   Then they started out into  the Polar Sjea from the southern point  Of Heiberg Island.   On March  i8ih,  ' tfaesy   crossed   the circumpolar  path,  having  left the  Esquimaux  with 46  dogs moving supplies.    The train had  ixsen desolated and now exemplified  '   We sUfviVal bf the fittest.  ^TrilE   tAStf 460 MILES  Dr. Cook took the two best men  J.W3 flfe tfS best'dogs, and started out  'ti&'fcaa- -$tsss3 'antf setwati-onAl d-asb to  trjjiS goto whwfe so bnunsn ege kad,,  ever yet seen. There was an unknown  journey of 460 miles before the pok-  could be reached, the femperatrire was  low, accompanied by high winds,  which made  life almost unendurable.  They advanced doggedly over a sea  of continuously moving ice; they were  beyond the range of all life, neither  footprints of the hardy polar bear, nor  the blow holes of the seal were to seen.  On the night of April 7 th, they saw  the swing of the sun at midnight over  the northem ice, and they now had the  remarkable experience of being sunburned and frost bitten on the same  days. They had advanced but a ltttle  more than 100 miles in nine days.  They were about 200 miles from the  pole, and they had to reduce the sled  loads, one dog had been eaten by his  comrades and then another and another  until the teams were greatly reduced  but it was hoped the balance might  still penetrate to the centre of the  world's greatest mystery.  FOUND LAND ICE  When they passed the 87th parallel  they were surprised to find indications  of land ice; they travelled for two days  over ice which resembled a glacier sur  face. Their observations on the 14th  showed they were less than 160 miles  from the pole, the pack was moving,  but the temperature remained below  40, and each of the new crevice was  quickly cemented. Then, too, ice  formed over the open waters as though  nature which had been so unkind was  at last making a road before them.  At camping time there was no longer  sufficient energy in the party to make  a snowjiouse. They trusted themselves  beneath the shelter of a silk tent.  Signs of land were seen every day, but  it was believed they were only fancies  in the minds of men who had suffered  so much. However, good astronomical  observations were made every day to  prove their position.  The ice improved, ond on April 21st  they had reached 89 degrees 59 minutes 46 seconds and were at last in  sight of the pole. A flag was raised  that day to the long sought breezes of  the Korth Pole. Careful observations  were taken and a careful study of local  conditions made; it was an endless sea  of purple snows, not a sight bf life,  land or anything to., oreak a monotony  which was simply appaling.  On their journey back they found  their food supply becoming terribly  short j it was no longer an effort tb  reach thepole��but a desperate struggle  against famine; and frost to get.Back  to further supplies." They had violent  gales, but starvation staring them in  the face, they dare not delay for better  weather. On May 24th the sky cleared  somewhat, and' observations  showed thep were in the 84th parallel,  near the 87th  meridian ; the ice' was  spaces of open  water.    Yet with  TEA.  THE WO-fti-�� PRODUCES  Sold only in sealed lead packets.  At all grocers.  40c, 50c and 60c per pound  A Good Long Life  is likely to be yours if you slick to  good meat���not too much of it, of  course���and vegetables and fruit; yes,  and pastry in moderation. Note we  said good meat. Tender and full of  natural juices. Such meats we supply,  whether your choice be of beef, lamb,  mutton, pork, veal or poultry. You'll  find our service and prices to match.  P. BURNS <a GO,. LTD.  ���Seventh  NELSON FRUIT FAIR  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  =3  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by -^  hot water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation =j|  of the public.    Everything   Neat,  Clean  and Up-to-Date.    Meals g  served at all hours, special attention being given the  Diningroom. g  Centrally located on  the Bridge. Fifth Srreer, Phoenix. g  _     STEAM   HBATED. m vrrmc   LIGHTING. TELEPHONE   48 g  DRAYINQ  Of all kin.in promptly at.ienfl^j  to. Rapid Express and Bai>(.a(,p  Ti ansfur. Careful Attention to all  onle���. Phone A65.  JAflES Q. HcKEOVVN  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite,  G.H. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  Steam   *   Heated  JAMBS HARSH ALL, Prop. Phoenf x^ B C.  ROBT. CARSONrlli  All kinds oj light and heavy teaming  promptly attended to;  Miners' dray  ing a specialty.:    :    :    :    ���  PHONE B44  A, S. HOOD,  Fire, 1.11c astf Accidea lasuraacc.  ucneral Agen. '  Jank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  ALVLNT   KKAUSE  'SHAVING PARLORS  AND  BATHROOM.  v��t Door to McR.e Bros      pHOMnXi fi  c  Knob Hill Avenue.  Maimers Barter shop  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  NELSON, B.C.  SEPTEMBER 22nd, 23rd, 24th  BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER  Cheap lates on all Transportation Lines  HORSE RACES, SPORTS  FREE ATTRACTIONS  September 22, 23, 24  DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE POSSIBILITIES OF GLORIOUS KOOTENAY  W. BUSK, President P. A. STARKBY. Manager  O.'O. McMORBIS, Secretary  Box 1 5. NaisoM, B. C.  WATER NOTICE  WATER NOTICE  .   , ������       NOTICE is hereby giv��n that an appli-  NOTICE fa hereby gmn tbat an apph-, ^ ^ ^ j^^ Part y. 0^he  cation -will be madfe under Part V.ot tne^i ��water Act, 1909," to obtain a license  "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a licenae|in the Similkameen Water District Di-  in the Bimilkameen Water District Di- aion of Yale Dwtrict. -  a. The name, ; address and occupation of the applicant .���The British Columbia Copper Company, Limited, a  Mining company registered nnder the  laws of British Columbia, and  whose  Greenwood   L |  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic        .'  Wines, liquors and Ggars  f  As W4 ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make  the,  prices right, and give prompt shipment, v  J as. McOeath & Co.  GREENWOOD, 'B  C. ^    ���  m*  +*+******&  vision of Yale District  t%).   The name, addrew and ocenpi-  iakeh  tion of the applicant:���The British Columbia ��� Copper Company,   Limited,   a  Mining comRany registered under the  laws of BrUisH Columbia, and wnoee|  "T "*" ZT^t, 7."i.U-i�� ^a���,  Wead Office i/at 31 Nassau Street, in the ^'BYered"offlce"foV Brifibh Columbia is it  now much brdken and there were many City0fNew York. N.Y., and whose re- ������_?"   .. ~ ..       .._...,___  :_l-._ l'r    ���*_l    v�����  -.WW   the sintered office for British Colhmbia ia at  PALACE LIVERY STABLE  ;    MUBDOCK MclNTYRE, Prop. .  35  Horses, .Full   Lively   Equipment,  H!ave taken   over   the   Lumber  Yard  and will carry  a  full  stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN    ANY    QUANTITY  ;  ' Prompt Attention^to   orders  f  ' ������  ��   *t aay bonr->of day or nlcht.  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F.andA. M.  Reguiar communication 8 fc. m.    St.  ond Thursday of each m��ntfa.  Kmersent meeting* ascalled-.Mskonli  , Hall, McHalr Block.  V. M.SJlJfKBINO,  Secretary.  G. D. TUBNKK,  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK r.ODP.H NO. n  vt��et-F every Mouday Kvetiing  at Miners' lls>  vuiilnii brethren cordislly invited.  ibii.v C Tait,.Noble Hruiti  W. A. Pi��A��u,Fln Secy.  W. A. Cook, Record,   decy  PHOENIX   AERIE   NO. lRN .  iMl^iviS. MeelsinOnioiiHal;  Friday evenings  Visiting'   brother-  always welcome  " J. Mclver, W. P.  C    MCASTOCKKB.  W. See  K.orP.LODi.E.No.28   PHOENIX, B.C.   Meet'* every TutsoAY  Evists'o at 7.30   :  Sojourning Brothers Cordlall)  welcomed.  F. C   GRAHAM  __ k. of a. a.  R  H. McCRACKEN.C.C  Knob Hill'Ave.        fH0NEi4��       Phoenix, B/C  .   .      , j-   lU 1   the City of Greenwood in said Province  food  remaining on   their, sleds  they  u,��ree Miner's Certificat* No. B28565:  must make an average of 15 miles per     (b):  The name of the lake  stream or  ...     ���   '.'���   Z ~        l       Miirce is a small creek .sometimes caneu  day or they Would starve before they MoHte Pritchard Creek, which ariseedn  rea'checi their s^plyon NansenSound, [or near^be Ojta^^W^i^jataj  day or they *otild stkrve before they  iched their supply on Nansein Sound. rWu��.. ���~ --���-���-��-r -.-���.;��� -oaf���-i���  .     . .'   ���.    t. .     .'i'    tj   al    claims   and   run*   south ; easterly  At the 83rd parallel the ice changed 5^,,^ the'Calumet, Glenora, Mdllie  to small fields, and the temperature* P��-vr.*rfl and Jack Pot mineral claims,  rose to zero ; food was reduced to the  three-quarter ration. After a desperate  struggle of 20 days through thick fdg  the iky cleared and they found' themselves far dowdib Ctbwn PritoceGttstiv  Sea, with bpen ynxik and''broken' ke  between them,- and Heibetg Island.  Fortunately, bears came along and the  danger of immediate starvation wtis  diverted.  '   They now sought to follow' the ice  movement south to Lancaster Sound,  where  they  hoped  to run across  a,  whale.    In July; Southward progrdss  became no longer possible, and thfey  crossed the Firth of Devon into jRUSesr  Sound.   The dogs were releasedi^tUM  by folding boats, arid sled they tried -to  reach Baffin's Bay.    They only h-ad Jan  occasional bird to eat, and with great  hardships   they   continued   eastward  until  the   early  frost   of   September  stopped them.     With the tk>wr>ak>d  arrow, the line,  the lance, and the  knile they cut their living but of a very  desert,   getting  muskosc,   bears   and  wolves, and prepared an underground  den, in which they remained until sun  rise of 1909.   On February 18th they  started for Anrtbotohok; they made a  new equipment and reached the Greenland shores on April 15th.  There they  were greeted by one of their friends  and   a   party of  Esquimau^.    They  moved southward toward the Danish  settlement, and reached Uppemovik on  May 27th, 1909.  The editor turned his chair around  and pushed a button in the wall, the  person entered, "Here," said the editor,  ire a number of-dtiections from outsiders as to the best way tonm<amews  paper. See that they are carried out."  And the office boy gathennj; them into  a large wastepaper basket, did so.  1  Keep both eyes on Rio Tinto-  Treadwell mine,- near-Curlew, Wash.���  |�� 1* Maitio,  Pritchard and Jack Pot mineral chums  r, ,c.   The point,of diversion is on,the  Mollie Pritchard mineral claim, and oil  the South Westerly portion of said claim.  d The quantity of waiter applied for  in cubic feet persecond is Four..        ^  e. The character & tlM .prawMti  works:���* reservoir with pipeB leadimr  therefrom.           .    \'   '    _^f^  U Trie premises on which the water  is to be used' are a group of mineral  claims controlled by the; applicant*. and  consisting of the MolVe Pritchard mineral claim; the 3ack PcVm nera cfaim,  Lot 1490;' the Florence mineral claim,  Lot ll��V; Prince tpiAsnX claim; Wind-  m mineral-aalto- {Athelston"JMm  mineral claim,-Lot-13-20; Coronet Frac-  t?onalmineraf clairo4 BaV Hdrsfe Frac-  Sfo mineral claim'/I^t asafiand Iron-  'crad fritetimi mmerjd ^m,-all said  claim* beih'ji sltaajed m $*<*��*����* "^  isto'benseda^SiaWbptoposes; and;  patpbdea ituJidentel thereto.' . <   -,   nCTlttBe water .is.to^betwed tor power  or mining,jwcposeo describe the place  wheV" the*watVr ia ,tb be ���turo��d to  some natbral channel, and the difference  in altitudebetween the ^n^diyeraion  and point of return:���The water w to  be retarned intoite old .channel^, ^e  Jack Pot mineral claim, and, tb�� dtp? ���  eScS in altitude between' J*e/jwlnt of  diversion ��ndthepbitttat*g^nmla,*bout  ^.<eAreaof Crown land^'beoecupied  by the proponed works:���>None.  i.   GiveWname* and addresses of  w%, oV^"o^iS; are likely tobeal-  fecfed by the proposed works, either  above or below th��'ontlat:���None  k. ThecapitelofFtheBntishColombia  Copper Company. Limited, ihJ��.W��."^.  divided into 600,000 -shares of |5 00 each,  and 503,000 share" of said company are  paid up and issued. u ������.��  1. The following ia a copy of em h part  of the Memorandum of Af^"0"^0]  the applicant aa anthoriws theproposed  ^plication and works :-To discover, lay  out and locate, take on lease or bond,  or otherwise acqnire and develop,  manage, iihprove and operate- mhjfs,  mining claims, feonnele. fnill eitea, fur-  .nace sftes, water rights, nulla, 1olanta, ma-  ohinerv or works, and such and any  oJherey8t'aL.8Wa0nd Interest as weijecaa  sary and expedient for the interests of  the company.  m. This notice was posted on the  23rd day of August 1909, and application  will be made to the commissioner on the  5th day of October, 1909.  BRITISH aiUHBIA COPPER eOttMNV, ltd.  J. E. McALLlfeTER,  General Manager,  Greenwood, B.C.  IHWQ     Ul     -fcHIlFiDlA     UUlUIUUia,     mmu      ,. uvf;^  bead office is at 31 Nassau Street, in tne  City of New York.' N.Y., and whose registered office for British Columbia is at  the City jol Greenwood inlaid province  Free Miner's Certificate No. B26565.  b. The name of the lake, stream. or  source is a small ciec-k sometimes railed  Skibbington creelrrnnning soutb-eastelr-  ly through'the Jackpot fractional mineral claim. Lot 3158, and the Florence  mineral claim1; Lot 1187s.; w,       j  c The point of diversion is on the  "Jackbot fraetiohal" mineral claim, and  about 100 feet north: oTthe north txrnn-  dary of the Florence mineral claim, Lot  1187s. ..  , ,  d. The quantity of. water applied for  in cubic feet'per stecobd is F6ur.  e. The- character of the proposed  works :;r-a reservoir with pipe lines leading therefrom.' *  ,, ,,'      ,  f. The prcfmises'oh which the water  is  tb be'OBedareta. group At  mineral  claim; "Windfall" mineral elaini ;���* Jack  pot" mineraliclaini; XiOt'1490;  "Athel-  etan" fraction mineral claiin, Lot '*320;  ����MoUifrPritcb*rd''mineral claim; "Coronet"   fraction   'mineral 4alm;  "Bay  Plkoemix  Beer  Pure and wholesome.    .Gold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze frdm the North in Summer.  .Ia-Recognized  by all  aa the  ' BEST BEER INi THE BOUNDARY."  WHY?   Because its manufacturers euiploy all of their energy to  the  turning out of a perfect Beer from the boat materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 23  WOOD  )  First-Class. Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6 00 per cord  Phoenix   Brewing'   Co  tree a ffiSake of Va&r fame���� PUtotol  Horse" fraction mineral-claim, Ikst 3388:  "Jronclad" fraction' mineral claim, ill  89,idplaims being situated .tn the Grand  ?orks Mining Division of Yale District.  [ V^g. The purposes for which the��� water  is to be u��ed ate mining; ptrrposeH, and  pnrposes:inciderital thereto./  h. If the water is to be used for power  or mining purposes describe the place  where the water is to be returned to some  natural channel, and the difference jin  ���altitude between point of diversion aud  point tof ristnjrn,;���Tbesjwtfter/is to be  returned into a small .creek sometimes  ���Jhm wn as the Mollie Pritcliardcreek, on  ltbe 'Jack Pot minertsl claim, and the  difference in altitude '.between the point  of diversion and the point or return is  aUout'lGOfe^t.  i;, Area-bt Crown bsnd to be occupied  by the proposed works:���None.  , j. Give the names and addresses of  anv riparian proprietors or licensees  who, or whoife lands, ore likely to be  aff��5ted bv the proposed work, either  above or below the outlet:���The New  Dominion Copper company, Limited,  Non-Personal Liability* the owners of  the Jackpot fractional mineral claim  upon which claim lied the point of diversion. .  fc. The capital of the British Columbia Copper Company, Limited, i* *3,-  000,000, divided into 600,000 shares ef  $5.00 each, and ��03,000 shares of said  Company are paid up and issued.  I. The following ia a copy, of such part  of the Memorandum of Association of  the applicant as authorizes the proposed  application and works:���"To discover  lay out and locate^ take on lease or bond,  or otherwise acquire and develop,  manage, improve and operate mines  mining claims, tunnels, mill sites?, furnace sites, water rights, mills, plauts,  machinery or works, and such and any  other estates and interest as are necessary and expedient for the interests of  the company."  m. Thin notice .was posted on the  23 d of August, 1909, and application  will be made to the commissioner on  the 5th day of October, 1909.  BRITISH COLUMBIA COPPER COefMNV, Ltd.  J. E  GET   A   piUMPSB  Have you ever beeif to !the ^FURNITURE STOR^?  If not, you should come anil have a look around. We have  a large stock of new and up-to-date goods just in, and the  prices are within reach of everybody's purse.    We have a few  Go-Carts to Clear at Reduction  i^price.    If you are needing one call and get our prices.  C. P. EDWARDS, Ironsides Avenue  McAtxisTen,  'General manager,  Ctofisawood, B.C.  3Q-T0 -25-INC;  ����� 6 ���  JNTER  STATE!  EVERY  NK3HT  EMPIRE EXPOSITION  ll^IKI^JEIIIClldp^  liiliS  BALLOON   RACE5  WRITE FOR fft��E /LLUST^AfED  PROGRAM TO RQaTH.COSWOVE.  ��/6 Mf/TTOAf   BLOCK  SPOttfrNEtimSfi.  Miiisl  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  Ttoie B32  Johnson & Anderson  :M\     NOTICE  PUBTJ^ NOTICE is hereby Kiven  that the Canadian Pacific' Railway company, (Lessee and exercising the fran-  chisesof the Columbia and Western Railway company, has thi>* dav depomted in  the District I/and Reifixtry offli-e -.it  Kamloop8 in tie Province of British  Columbia, a plan, profile and bonk of  reference of a proposed branch linn  to be constructed frmn a 'point on  the: Phoenix branch of the said Columbia & Western railway distant 7 7  miles south of Eholt to the War Eagle  Mine of the Consolidated Mining an-l  Smelting (.'onipany of Cttnada in the  Similkameen division of Yalp District, in  the Province of Kritish Columbia, ai.'l  the srhI Canadian Pacific Railw y will,  as soon aft>r the expiration of four week-*  after the first publication of this notice  as the application can he heard, apply  to the Board of Railway C'>mmi-Hloner."  for Canada for the approval of the caiil  branch line in accordance with the provisions of the Railway Act.  R    MARPOLE,  General Executive Assistan*.  Daied at Vancouver, B.C. this 26th di.y  of August, 1009.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given ihat we. intend  to apply at the next sitting of the Bonn I  of License Commis��ioner8 for the City of  Phoenix for a transfer of the Liquor  License held by us for the Butte hotel to  A. Luciani. '  LiUCTANI   &   VlCHBV.  ' Phoenix, Kept. 9, 1909.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that I intend ���<>  apply for a transfer of the License now  held by me for the Central Hotel,  Phoenix, at the next sitting of th��  B >nrd of License Commissioners for said  City, to A. O. Johnson.  AUGUST JACKSON.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.  Sept. 9th, 1909  NOTICE  Notice is Hbreby Givkn that I intend  to apply at the next sitting of the Bos*"1  of License Commissionors for the City  of Pho' nix, B C, for a transfer of t'ie  Liquor License held by me for the Knob  Hill Hotel to Chailea Hdfean.  JAMES MoARDLE-  Phoenix, Sept. 9,1909.  $ii>tM$fffi^M&:fflwm&mimm& wroHf.it. p whit w.,:wottf .ijr, >.r,,  WSSI  Ul^,��-,H-iLi A'^Ws^y IBB  Remedies are Heeded  Were we perfect, which we are not, medicines.w^ld  not often be'needed.. But emoe our syeteins have become weakened, impaired and broken down through  Indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages,  through countless generations, remedies are needed to  aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise  acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach  weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is  nothing so good o�� Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a glycerio compound, extracted from native medicinal' roots���sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For  Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating,  Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal  Derangements, the    Discovery" is a time-proven and most efficient remedy.  The genuine has  on  Ita  outside  wrapper the  Signature  You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic, medicine of known composition, not even though die urgent dealer may  thereby make a little bigger profit.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver, and  bowels.    Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take us candy.  0  ,���������<���������  THE KING'S HOTEL  "The Pride of the Boundary."  .     PHOENIX, B.C.  Newly renovated and newly furnished, modern in appointments and  centrally located, culinery department par excellence and liar  stocked with choicest liquors and cigars, the King's is rieadejuarte'rs  for travellers.    Bus meets all trains.   -Commodious samplt..'rooms.  The King's Grill  Shjrt   OriLr   Meals   served   in   the   King's  (...RILL   at ali  hours.  E.  P. SHEA,  Propiietor W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager  ataa��#a�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Too Hot to Worry  Don't worry over the. wash tub thc-e hot cfuys, let iih do your washing.  Phone AIO.'hHCO LAUNDRY; we will call for your washing and when  we return  your" linen" it. in irii'maciilati.���it's CLK\N clear through.  GIVE US  A  TRIAL ORDER  Reco Laundry  CHRISTINA LAKE HOTEL  ON.  BEAUTIFUL CHRISTINA  LAKE  OLE   JOHNSON,   Pbopbibtob  (The Best of Fishing, Boating and Bathing.    Steam Launch  ��� meets parties at foot of lake from Cascade.  Fifteen Minutes Walk from Fife Station  Picnic  and   Week-End   Parties   Specially Catered  CAMPERS INVITED  ;   JfACrS ABOUT,. NELSON S^iC fAlj< ;  Ths Sovsnth Annual Fruit. Fair Whlefc Opens  ���n Septsmbsr 21 '���'  The seventh annual fruit fair of the  Nelson Agricultural association opens  on Wednesday, Sept. 22, and continues  for three days. This :*. a place where  people may meet and exchange views  study the improved methods, greet old1  friends and make new acquaintances..  It purpose is to keep abreast of ad-;  vanced horticulture, agriculture and the  trades, that the community will be able  to take front rank and cope with the  revolutionizing influences and" changing customs that are annually taking  place. And for this purpose a time  and place are set apart to bring the  products of the orchard, held and shop  that stimulus might be given to those  departments of labor upon which iests  our great national wealth.  The object of the fair is to exhibit  the resources and products of the district, and by inviting the exhibits of  other and adjoining districts in competition, to stimulate to greater efforts  for improvement and develment of the  unlimited resources of the interior of  British Columbia.  Progress is the watchword of this  fair in evr.ry department. There will  be betterment and improvement at  every point. The Fair days will be  made the holidays of the year, a time  when people can rest from labor arid  review and enjoy results. Send to the  secretary and get a ptP.mium list.  Notice the money prizes in all the de-  partments arid become an exhibitor, j  Remember the low rates on all the  railways. .,;���'   I  The secretary's office is located in  the opera house, Victoria street, where  premium lists and other forms can be  procured', and where entries will be received up till Saturday, Sept. 18.  Was it insured ? Everybody asks  this question after a fire. If you have  no insurance on your house or furniture  or stock, don't put off taking out a  policy till after a fire has occurred.  D J. Matheson represents the strongest  companies in the world. Rates mod  erate.    See him.  Wanted���Boys and girls tb send fdr  a free sample copy of Western Life and  act as agents in country districts. Good  commission allowed. Address: Trie  Citizen Printing and Publishing CoL,  2122 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.  "fill ".''."riff'BCAPR"LXW  to  w  1  I  ���  I  A pure grape cream of  tar|ar powder. Its fame  isworld-wide, Noalum,  no phosphatic acid.  There is neyer a queis-  tion as to the absolute  purity and healthfullness of the food it raises.  1  ���  1  ���  The New f*rofe����i��o ef lllu.-nl..athig 1 ���'�����"����������  All  engineering, involves questions  of economy, and the best engineering  practice is that which accomplishes the  best results at the least cost.    When  the mining industry demanded men to  make a systematic study of geology and  minerals, so  that  they  might  be  of  value to his employers in keeping them  from wasting money, the   mining engineer  sprang  into   oeing.. When   the  cry for electrical  inventors   rang over  the world men began tb   study and research into this branch of science and  the electrical  engineer came into his  own.    Giant bridges'���and. lofty   buildings, continental railroads  and   water-  power  developments  demanded   civil  engineers, and even'the  great  industries have produced   their   mechanical  engineers. ...... ,  While this new profession is distinctly American it is true that the pioneer  work was started >in  England,   when  iVtr. A. ,P. Trotter developed several  new methods of -calculating illumination and advocated a more rational use  of light. But from this humble start  it was Americans who made this new  profession! Illuminating engineer belongs to this country, and the veterans  in the profession can be connted on  the two hands. Ten years ago the infant  had not even been christened, and the  rapidity with which this science has  been accepted and' placed among established professions has no parallel in  history. After centuries of ignorance,  prejudice, and malpractice, in the short'  space of half a dozen years illuminating engineer has risen to a position  of recognized standing and independence.���--American Review of Rewiews  for September.  Will accept Carney Copper stock at  10 cents per share in exchange for my!  household furniture,��� J.. L. Martin.     ���  Zomt Provisions of 'Am, Which Have Been  Fore: for PlftcenYiarB .,  In view of the recent holocaust at  Vernon, in which eleven persons lost  their lives, we, publish the following extracts of the act for the protection of  the public in hotels, rooming houses  or other public buildings, which law  has been in force and effect for the  past fifteen years:  i.i The keeper of every hotel shall,  where the same is more .than two  stories m height, provide and keep in  each of the sleeping apartments or  bedrooms which are situated above  the ground floor, a fire escape, for the  use of guestr?,occupying the same.  . .2.: Such fire escapes shall be sufficient within the meaning of this act if  it consists of a rope not less than  three-quarters of an inch in thickness,  and of sufficient length to reach from  the room or apartment in which it is  kept to the ground below, and of sufficient strength to sustain a weight! of  five, hundred pounds, and is kept in  coil or other convenient position in  each of the said bedrooms, and. if the  outside window or opening of such  sleeping apartment is provided with  proper, secure and convenient fastenings or appliances to which one end of  rope may be safely secured or fastened.  3. In case the owner, lessee or proprietor of any hotel or public building  shall neglect to observe any of the  provisions of this act, he shall be liable  to a fine;'6f;,$z.b and costs for each  offenqe, and in default of -payment of  such fine and costs, to imprisonment  for any term not exceeding three  months or less than one month.  4. In all cases where the hotel or  public building is situated within the  limits of a municipality, it shall be the  duty of the chief officer of the fire! ds-  paj-tment for the municipality, or, if  there be no such officer, then for the  chief of police or head constable for  the municipality to take all necessary  proceedings to compel compliance with  this act.  5. The officer required by this act  to'see that the provisions of this act  are complied with is hereby empowered  from time to time, at any time between  the hours of io a.m. and 4 p.m. on  any day except Saturday, Sunday, or  any holiday to enter into and inspect  any hotel or public builing within the  purview of this act, and shall have  access to all parts thereof.  A Resident of Ottawa ..  Finds Relief in Pe-ru-na.  MB. BKNK ST. JEAN, 210 St. Patriot street,  Ottawa,  Ont,,���Ci,Q.,  writes: ���;, "' _..... '-.  \,^'��'!ii'^"  ���'"!������ believed r a year, a��o that I could  eland anything.   1 worked hard? kept*  Irregular hours, and did not mind the  lost) of a few meals, but in six weeks i  had changed to u.physical wreck.  "Eight bottles or Peruna broilMpt  back my strength." /        ,.  ,       ,-'  Mr. A. O. Hardin!;,503 W. 146St., Mew  York City, formerly ouo of the loading;  drnggUtB of Prescott, Ont., ha* been  presented with a twenty-five year  Medal of Honorm 0dd Fellb^tihljf: "He  irrJ.tftHiaJBrqiiowsi:   .       .��� ,,   ,..,���_���,  "Ever since 1 have been handling  Peruna, 1 have had a flrie" n^de".^6ilbe  a family buys a bottle, I amnure ofjueli-  ing them more, and It never fa^s't^  bring additional customers, . : i  ��� "1 have nothing better-for catarrh lit  all.of its various forms. As a household remedy#^tj. Is without, compare,  splendid for mothers ��,&& .excellent for  children.'^ >..'f$ ::.\ I :.^\ /.!':. j ; J.  Phoeaix Railway TlncttMe.  ���;:V'-'C:   P.'- R. ';���'"���  Leaves for Eholtand Nelson, 1.2  Arrives ' ..    ' ���";..-        ..    '15.91  GREAT. NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane' .. .'������"   9.0  Arrives    .. .. ..    5.0  Year Dsllir  >  will .cbirie back .to: yilj; if ycttti-Fspejrid'.jit  at home. It is gone for ever jf you  send it to the'Mail1,Order House: !A  glance through ourjadvertising columns will give you an idea whereat  will buy the most. .H'h  '%        F  NOTICE  FIRST   SALE   OF   LOTS   IN  THE NEW TOWN OF  NOT re  j ��� \ 1  WILL BE HELD IN  A  AND CONTINUE FOR THREE DAYS  BETTER BE THERE ON THE OPENING DAY OF SALE  IWffltMMIlsVltl  Railroad  Offer  Buy your ticket to Coleman, Alberta, and return, procure  a receipt from ticket agent for amount paid and we will  accept it as part of first payment on any Carbondale lot  you may purchase.  �����  LOTS $100 UPWARDS  SOLD ON EASY TERMS  IS THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE McQILLIVRAY CREEK COAL & COKE COMPANY, LTD., MINES AND COKE OVENS  N OF THE CROW'S NEST �����"  Unusual  Opportunities  GENERAL STORE, HARDWARE STORE,  DRUG STORE, BLACKSMITH SHOP,  GROCERY   STORE,  and  other  Mercantile  Establishments.  Values Bid Fair to Double  Within a������ ���  Short Period of Time  LOTS MAY NOW BE PURCHASED  AT ORIGINAL PRICES AND ON  EASY TERMS.  ���u r���A ri,!, an unusual opportunity for the investment of a small sum or the construction of homes for miners for rental purposes.  Builders and investors will find this an^unusi al ��PP��r ��     * ^ pdce Ugt furnislied free upon request.  Company  'Sdrfl.lSdTt�� ZtoZi to price should the purchaser so desire.  Lots may be  purchased now 011 easy terms from the Townsite  .SPOKANE,  WASHINGTON  ri  1 ' w  ' ill��,' km  w  ^>I&  tr  c  fv.  I t. PHOEMlit 'MOHEER, "PHOEHiX","B.C.  h  m  ��l:  if  j^TW*rii-ru��b*i*%   �����*- mV*-' ���v<* *t> *  vkmm  BMWQBC'  Ran  ^N  Tlie oven door  of the Kootenay  drops down and  provides a shelf  upon which to  rest the pans  drawn from the  oven.  The door is  strongly braced  ..and "will  L^  1W  easily sup-  p,ort the  weight of an  extra heavy  roast.  Free Booklet  on request  FOR SALE BY THE HUNTER-KENDRICK COMPANY, LTD.  - THE  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  / r  Employs a system which makes it-  it easy for its out-of-town depositors  to open accounts and transact  business   by   mail   with   any of its  �����tKITY -m MUNCH WTICIS���51  'IZ','.'"- \ PBTAIUBD INPOJtMATION FURNISHED OH  REQUEST.  I In and Around Phoenix  2�� BRIEF  TOPICS  OK   LOCAL   AND   GENERAL -  ��5 ��** INTERBST  TO   PHOENICIANS. * ^  ;3>  vS&omimA.  ���Vte&&i.��>r.  i.iffi.-}' *.'  STYLISH SPRING SHOES  ���i������  Jkt Sensible Prices. :   v:The man' who thinks'twice, those who appreciate the combination, of,,.quality^���and ,sensible prices, and who want their  dolliur to bring thorn a dollar's worth of whatever they buy,  and, besides carry lots of pleasure and satisfaction, will come here  lor 'shoes."' We are selling the kind of Shoes you like, the kind  jthat brings you back for more.                 t _-^  ��� CLOTHING   It costs little' to dress well. The whole secret is  your Clothes from T. Brown's. Call and see how  would look in a .good suit of clothes. ; \,''  "it.  in buying  good* youv  THOMAS BROWN,  GENT'S FURNISHISR, JPHOBNIX  L  Chicken thieves are working over  time in Phoenix.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Judicious advertising is the only real  way to  "stir things   up."  House and lot on New York Town-  site for sale; apply J. 1-ang.  Snow fell on the mountains north of  Phoenix yesterday morning.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Ladies dress goods; the finest selection in the city at R. Horrell's.  Joseph L'Heurux is here from Ross-  land on a visit to his parents.  August Jackson of Rossland was in  town for a few days this week.  Jack' Hartman returned Thursday  from holidaying at Curlew, Wash.  For rent���two roomed house, partly  furnished ; apply to D. W.  McKenzie.  Danny Deane's hotel is now appearing in new attire���a becoming grey  with green trimmings. ,  Wanted���a good cook for the Phoenix general hospital; salary $50 per  month. .../Apply to the matron.  The assignee of the Phoenix Steam  Laundry .Co. .is advertising for tenders  for the plant, etc., of the laundry.  Lawrence and Thomas McElroyare  negotiating for the purchase of the  Palace livery stables from M. Mclntyre.  Archie Aberdeen, the veteran miner  of the Boundary, now working in Central camp, was in town for I^abor Day.  Citizens should be careful and not  waste water. Unless some good rains  come this fall the reservoir may go  dry.  Dr. Simmons arrived from Greenwood Thursday and will be at his  dental parlors in the bank block until  Monday.  The Finnish hall has been greatly  improved in appearance by a coat of  paint. The grounds are also being  improved.-  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot weather.  For washing underclothing it is .unequalled.    Cleanses and rifles.  Joseph Trombley of Phoenix and  Laura Stone of Danville, Wash., were  married in Grand Forks on Sept. 3rd  by the Rev. F. W. Auvache.  The British Columbia Telephone  company will commence work next  week on the" installation of'a-number  of cables m connection- with its telephone system in the city. The service  to other Boundary cities will be much  improved.  The shooting season is now on.  When a man points a gun at you knock  him down. Don't stop to look if it  is loaded, but knock him down and  don't be at all particular what you ' do  it with. If there is a coroner's inquest  let it be over the other man, he won't  be missed.  A. S. Williamson ofVancouver, who  has been in the city selling real estate  in Bridge View, North Vancouver,, is  finding many ready buyers in Phoenix  and district. ( ,One, citizen has been  led to remark" that Boundaryites will  soon own the greater part of the coming  coast city.  621c  r V <?���'  r.  ft.  acre cash and  ?eacl>^ year  for"? years thereafter  1 secures to you a BRITISH COLUMBIA  FARM in the British Columbia Southern  Columbia and Kootenay and Columbia  and Western Railway-Companies'Land  .Grants.. These  Farm Lands are emin-  . ehtly suited for. the raising of.  fruit, Grain or Stock  ; .and may be purchased on these EASY  TERMS from  "��� ���- 'THE '  MMU$ pacific Railway  J who'are looking for Settlers for this part.  NOTICE  Tenders will be received by the  undersigned,up to noon on the 22nd  day of September, 1909, for the purchase of the plant, real estate, and  stock on hand of the Phoenix Steam  Laundry, Company, Limited.  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Albin Almstrom, Assignee.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.  Sept. 8th, 1909,  ��i��y  Timber Lands .of the highest character,  situated in these Grants, are offered for  sale in blocks of from 640 acres upwards  fjAsr wxmmm  ���. I   L  ..'I  Apply to the address as shown  on   the   attached   coupon  4$ \^    for  Maps. Application  Forms, Regulations  and Literature  <8~  r *  WBffiMM EHB PHQBKBt fflOWBBB WHEN REPLYflSJCr  SUMMER  DRINKS  The following Summer Drinks are now  in stock:  i  Raspberry Vlaepp  BfiacK currant w'3sie  Orange Wine  John Love returned Wednesday  from Hedley.  E. E~. Gibson of Grand Forks' was  in town yesterday.  Mrs. J. Ewing left yesterday on a  visit to friends at Revelstoke.  Miss Leona Gibbons went to Eholt  on Thursday, to spend a few days..  Miss Barrett of Grand Forks was a  visitor in town for a few days this week.  Miss M. McDonald returned Thursday from spending a few days in Spokane.  Miss Sadie Walker of Worcester,  Mass., is the guest of Mrs. O. B.  Smith.  Mrs. A. G. Rowe and daughter  visited friends in Grand Forks for a  few days last week.  Mrs. Dan Martin returned on Thursday from an extended visit to her  former home in Ontario.  Mrs. George Elkins and children returned Thursday from a two months'  visit with friends at Poitland, Oregon.  Rev. S. Lunie left Tuesday for Nelson to attend a meeting of the Presbytery. Mrs. Lundie accompanied him  to Trail.  Mr. and Mrs. J.  T.  Lawrence  and  Miss Barren of Grand Forks were the  guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McKen  zie Tuesday.  Mayor Fripp, VV. S. Lonhurst and  J. S. Jost represented Grand Forks in  a tennis match on 0. B. Smith's court  on Monday.  Mr. and Mrs.* H. E. Kennedy and  son of Seattle, who have been visiting  Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Birnie, left for  home yesterday.  Mrs. J. McGuire and her daughter,  Mrs. J. Dewar, who were on a visit to  Mrs. J. Ewing, returned home to  Revelstoke on Tuesday.  Mrs. J. L. Martin and Miss Marjorie  left Tuesday morning for Spokane,  where they will take up residence. Mr.  Martin will leave next week.  Miss McAstocker of Spokane and  Mrs. McAstocker of Eholt spent a few  days in town this week the guest of  their brother, C. J. McAstocker.  Mrs. A. Cameron of Toronto, who  was returning from a trip to California,  was the guest of Mr. and Mrs A. D.  McKenzie for  a few days   this   week.  Miss Reen,~ of Helena, Montana,  who is returning from the Seattle fair,  is spending a few days of-this^week in  the city, with her uncle,  J.   D.   Bush  Joseph Ingram, Great Northern  agent at Bridesville, arrived Tuesday  to relieve W. X. Perkins, the local  agent, who left Thursday on a well-  earned holiday. He will be absent for  some weeks.        ' <    \.  A pretty wedding took place in the  Presbyterian church, Phoenix, at high  noon on ..Monday, Sept. 6th, when  Miss Annie Wiihilmina Schleif,  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John  Schleif, was united in marriage to Ed  ward Julius v*ergin. The cermony was  solemnized by the Rev. Samuel Lundie. The bride was attired in white  silk and .was attended by his sister,  Mrs. Joseph Black, as matron of honor,  while her niece, Little Elsie Black,  was flower girl. A reception was afterwards held at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Black.', ���       ���  Fine selection of new suitings at R,  Horrell's.     ,  For sale���a K0��d team ��f heavy-  draft horses; apply at the Phoenix  Dairy.  George Heidman left on Tuesday  for Spokane where he will attend  school.  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone.A 44., C.  A. Ross.  There is no better or greater index  finger to the business interests of an  up tbdate town than the advertise  menls of its merchants in the loca|  weekly publication.  If you are requiring any rough  lumber give M. Mclntyre a chance to  figure on it. He can furnish you with  better material at less money than any  outside competitor.    ;  James McArdle will apply for the  transfer of the license of. the Knob  Hill'hotel, held by him, to Charles  Hagah. Luciani & Vichri will apply  for the transfer of the license of the  Butte hotel to A. Luciani. ,  A. 0. Johnson has secured a renewal of the lease of the Central hotel  and is still doing business at the old  stand. August Jackson will apply for  a transfer of the license ofthe Central  to Mr. Johnson at the next meeting of  the license commissioners.'  W. J Porter, of North Vancouver,  formerly alderman of Phoenix, is in the  city, where he is still interested incon-  s'derable real estate. Mr. Porter is  largely interested in a valuable property  adjoining the Jack Pot in Wellington  camp. Speaking of the prospects of  North Vancouver real estate, Mr. Porter  says he considers all the property being  offered for sale is a good, investment if  secured at a reasonable figure.       ,'iv  "Watch��  We have the Largest Stock of Watches in the Boundary, at prices  suitable  to  all   pocket  books.     How   would   you   like  a  good  21  Jewel Watch   at   $20  IK DUST-PROOF N1CKLB CASH ; or a  17 Jewel Elgin or WaltKain  .,    '  IN   DUST-J'ROOF   CASK   AT   ��|/\   OO  KVKRY ON��',GUA,KANTKKI>   ��J>**-'��VW  DEATH IN A SCRATCH  Staple UJ��rlet With Scrlaas Retails  Morris Quatzam, an eleven year old  Windsor boy, has just died as the result  of a scratch on his wrist. Poison entered  the wound, which was caused by falling  off hie bicycle, and despite the physicians, the boy died. Such incidents as  these���by no means infrequent���ought  to make people realise the danger that.  may tie even in the smallest flesh wound.  Take a simple illustration. When a  dirty knife, a rusty needle, a splinter of  dirty wood, a barbed wire fence, or a  thorn, scratches the hand, the latter ie  inoculated with germs, of which the air  about us is full. Directly these germs  are introduced through the breach in  the skin, a battle royal ensues between  'hem and certain organisms in oui  blood.  When the invading germs are too  strong tor Nature's defences, in a few  hours the finger will become hot and  throbbing. A little latter -the wound  may exhibit a whitish appearance in the  middle of the swelling, and we have  what is known as a festering or poisoned  wound.;/,., ._���; , ,*,." , ; ? ���<*-��� - .������ ���*  ���' The way to avoid such serious results  is to'cleance the wound and apply'Zam-  Buk. Zam-Buk is a powerful yet painless, germ killer, and when applied to  the broken skin is absorbed into the  tissue.; instantly destroying the germr  that spread disease and inflammation.  The flesh is thus soothed and purified,  the wound made perfectly healthy, and  air poison and cause of festering removed. Having done this, Zam-Buk  then proceeds to heal the.wound or sore  with new 'healthy'tissue, in a quick,  painless:and .perfect-manner.  Zam-Buk must nofebe% con fused with  ordinaty^bintments.I Zam-Buk is a unique preparatiim,.pp8se88ihg antiseptic,  soothing,' ahdhealihg qualities that are  not to;be: found: together in any ot her  preparation. It is notion 1 a unique  healing.balm, but it is also a akin food.  For air stein diseases iahd: in juries���cuts,  bruises]:burns, eczema,; chafing, ulcers,  ringworm^'etc.Vit.'"is1 without equal.%rlti  is also used widely for piles, for,-which  it may be regarded as a specific. All  druggists and stores, sell at fifty rents a  box, or post-free, from Zam-Buk, Co.  Toronto, for price.  Fishing time has now arrived and enthusiastic Anglers are  I ,   \. preparing for their annual Excursions.  Have You Got Your Tackle Complete?  Isn't   There   Something    You   Need ?  It may be a new Sod, a set of Flics, some Lines, Hooks, Net or something you should have before you start "your trip. No matter what  your requirements, in the matter of Price and Quality yon will Mud us  ,in every way satisfactory.  E. A. BLACK, ^weler  F1UK,       LH.-K  ANH  ACCIDKNT.  D. J.Matheson  3n6urancc fluent  HDKUTY     BONDS.          PL.ATB    OI.A88  ��� ���CO.M.WIHSIO.NKtt    KOU    TAKIMO    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  mtm^mm  *****  m0m0m0*fm*****l*e*  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.*l  u u lower town, io.ooa.m.j Standard Time  Leave  Greenwood      -        3:00 pi in.; !  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Office, With MoRak Bboh;, Knob/Hill Ave.  GILLIS & LAING, Proprietors  *��WMOaM**  ft����*MMS>Ms4Bj.  MMO  ENGLISH FRUIT SALINE  AN EFFERVESCENT FRUIT SALT  A Cooling and Refreshing Laxative���Very Agreeable  to the taste, and Gentle in its Action  It invigorates the system, cleanses the blood, cures sick  headache, indigestion,   fever,   prickly  heat;   and  BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION  mmmmmummmiBm*UMmmKWUBmrmmMmmm*^**mmv*mMMummwmmMmmmmKmmm^mB^mmmm  by eliminating the  poisonous  waste products  from  the  intestinal tract.  Price per Bottle ....    75c.  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  THE   FINEST   QUALITY   IV  ,TL't anl  CRc^i  -AT  I*IIONK.  STUICTLY    PRKSH    B<-i<i��  .1.     W.    UAN.NA.M.    I'ltOPttlKTOHi-  Here's a Hint!  GOOD CREAM OR MiLK, huch-as"the PHOENIX DAIRY BRAND, ^  the basis of a tempting meal. It makes everything taste better. Try u���  and you'll always buy it.    All mi k is aerented before being sold.  W. A. MCKAY & SONS,  Dklivkked to Am. P\kis ok thk City :^ .  U/>e B.C. HOTEL |  JT.    A..    RBRIOIS,    l'KOPHIBTOn  CASCADE  McRAE    BROS.  PHpenixtoi  Montreal  AND   RETURN  iiiili  iliil  TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 8th ONLY   .  FIRST-CiASS FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCT. 3l��t  PHOENIX TO CHICAGO"*"tun,  Tickets  en Sale  SEPTEM8ER   9th  ind   OCTOBER   4th.  Final Rctura Limit OCTOBER   31st sad NOVEMBER 30th.  .72.50  THE ORIENTAL LIMITED runs through Spokane to  Chicago without chinge. Corresponding rates throughout  Boundary.  For further information, call or write'  W.   X.   PERKINS* Aoknt. I��.��oiunx, D.C.  V. KIST.L.RR   O.V. & P. A., Gbamd Point*.' B C.  THE- FOREMOST GROG��Ry|L  ,  Accommodation for Picnic Parties.  Rigs  and Teams for Hire at Stage Rates  From JULY 17th Regular Stage will run between  CAS. ADE AND CHRISTINA LAKE, and to any  point.jon the] Lake.    ���  ' ��� �����     ���*     *���      **      ���������  FINE NEW STOCK of tha nattiest in Fall Suitmgs  from eastern and English minufactiirers just received'  They are undoubtedly th.2 hi.idsptn.23t and most distinctive fabrics that have yet b;;n offered and those who  would have something select in a Suit for Labor Day  should leave their order early. A fit guaranteed and  at a reasonable price.

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