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 \  ���''���''si'fe*.  ���?���  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  m  Elkvknth Ykar.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,.'?SATURDAY, APRIL 16,  19.0  THE BIG STORE  ���-ZZ&t&^z:-  House CleanihgTi  lme  This event takes place in every home at this particular, time of the year, and it's a source of worry and  trouble to the ones- in connection with it, as to the  best way to beautify the home for the summer months.  We have helped you in the past to settle this trouble.  Let us supply you again this season with something  new from our well assorted stock of house furnishings.  PER YARD  Art Sateens  20c to     25c  Reversible Cretonnes  ...  20c to     25c  Art Muslins,... . ������������       15c''to     25c  Figured Scrims  25c to     45c  Spot Swiss Muslins  20c to     25c  Figured Swiss Muslins  20c to     30c  White and Cream   Madras.... .. 30c tn     50c  Colored Madras..  40c to  1 25c  Colored Tapestry's  75c to 2.00  Striped "  75c to    .90c  Colored   Burlaps.. . ... 85c  PER PAIR  Nottingham  Lace Curtains  1.00    to 3.00  Irish Point      " "  400    to 5.00  .,      Colored  Poitiers  3-5��    to 7-5��  Tapesn-y.. Squares (all sizes)  ;  9 00    to 30.00  Rugs and Door Mats   1.00    to 8.50  Brass Sash Rods;.....,.       25c each  Brass Curtain Rfrds. 20c to 30c  White Cottage Rods '.      .25c each  Curtain Poles Complete.      .75c  Linoleums, 12 feet wide      .75c sq  yard  Linoleums,    6 feet wide      .60c sq. yard  %,.':.;���;���;���-v."  Lino Shine  ^A.Preparatipnthat willauake your ;IvinoleumJookviiew  I;,  FOR THE CLtANINCHJP  SEASON  *  Hardware Department  GARDEN RAKES  GARDEN HOES  SPADES, SHOVELS  KALSO. BRUSHES  PAINT BRUSHES  PAINTS OF ALL SHADES  KALSOMINE OF ALL SHADES  WHITING, VARNISHES  VARNISH STAINS  NEW LINE OF WALL PAPERS  Your Spring work will be made easy  after a visit to our Hardware Department  THE  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO.  NO.    21  UNSHAKEN BY  CRANBY SLUMP  ST. ELMO, COMIISQ  Properties are in Competent Hands  fay P. Graves Is Not Worried  by Stock Fluctuations  "The Granby mine is just  as big as  it ever was, and in just as good  physical condition," said Jay P. Graves, vice  president and general   manager of the  company, in an interwiew in Spokane  "My railroad interests   have taken  so  much time of late  that   I   have   had  little to devote to the mine, and have  not  been at Grand  Forks or Phoenix  since   October  a   year  ago,   when   I  visited both smelter and mine in company with President Langeloth.  "It was to recuperate my health,  never robust since I had typhoid fever  last year, that I went to California,  and I have been paying little attention  to business of any kind. In the case  of the Granby, there was no need that  1 should. As soon as I was advised  by New York that Mr. Hodges had  resigned as manager of both mine and  smelter I placed O. B Smith, Jr., in  charge of the mine and W.A. Williams in charge of the smelter. Mr.  Smith has been with us nine years  under W. Y. Williams, and Mr.  Hodges., and Mr/ Williams has been  Mr. Hodges' principal assistant for 10  years at the smelter. Knowing that  both were familiar with and fully equal  to the duties and responsibilities of  these positions, I never gave the  matter another thought. That some  nervous individual would imagine Mr.  Hodges' resignation equivalent to the  closing down of the mine never entered  praJ"'l'H\rT7!an~ttrTTiurea3E���cnc���'CBf����^,{r  of the smelter and enlarge .the mines  output to their present dimensions was  adopted about two years ago. During  that time, there has been no departure  from our established policy of developing enough ore each year to replace  that extracted during the same period.  We have always had 5,000,00c to "7,-  000,000 tons of ore available for stop-  ing ahead, and we certainly have that  much now. Of how many other mines  in the United States can this be said?  "I can not discuss any official statements or reports since those issued at  our last annual meeting, because I  have not seen them. If, however,  there is any disagreement between the  reports of Mr. Hodges and Mr. Suss-  man as to the tonnage of ore available  for stoping I would prefer to accept  Mr. Hodges' figures because of his familiarity with the property.  "Now, too, it should be remembered  that the Granby owns a block of ground  four miles long and two miles wide.  We have developed a block only 3000  feet long and 1500 feet wide though  we are confident, I may say we know,  we have other ore bodies which we  will open up in due time.  "We have always considered Granby  stock an investment, not a speculation, J  so its market quotation has never been  of any moment to us. If any of our  shareholders are now afraid of it they  had better sell out and quit mining.  From its inception the enterprise got  more adverse criticism than it did support or sympathy, and I guess it can  survive another attack or two. Anyhow, it will go on working and producing just it has in the past.  "I expect to inspect both mine and  smelter in a week or two and go to  New York, if my health permits, in  time to attend the directors' regular  monthly meeting in May. Mr. White  and I have attended few of these  meetings on account of the time con  sumed in travelling to and from them.  I have always received the usual legal  notice of every such meeting and 1  presume one was mailed me prior to  the last. I have never received any  special notice or request to be present  at any directors' meeting."  The Robinson & Lcquime Lumber  company will shortly commence oper-  tions at their mill at Smelter lake.  They cut about eight million feet of  logs on the North Fork during the  past winter which are now being  floated down to the lake.  The BeUwo Pro(Jncll.<nfto App-ar Id Phoenix  next Prldar  Owing to the tremendous controversy which has just; been concluded,  over this latest dramatic sensation, St.  Elmo, the hands of.j the various managers have been practically tied. Now  that the controversy'1 is ended and the  value of the Willard'Holcomb version  has been universally recognized, it is  receiving the sanction' and support of  all the best theartre managers in  America. ' ���'  Fred Belasco, proprietor of the Al  cazar theatre, San Ftancisco, has purchased for the surrf of $10,000, all  rights to this play w^st of the Missouri  river, and in less j;than twenty-four  hour's he had his lei ding lady on the  way from New Vorkjthe company was  put in rehearsal im nediately at San  Francisco, and the mrepaiatory work  done, prior to her arrival  Such speed in getting a first class  company organized 5ha�� rarely been  surpassed and for thi�� reason, a great  many of the cities have not had heralding of the comfpg- of St. Elmo.  Nevertheless, the coippany opened in  San Francisco to a packed house, and  such has been the order of things up  to the last telegrarnjreceived by the  advance manager, Mr? Shipman.  At San Jose, nearljj 2000. witnessed  the first night performance. Theloges  were'occupied by thef'city's oldest in  habitants, and three*-, generations of  play goers applauded |o the extent' of  over fifteen curtain '-calls during trie  evening. This version, pontrolled by Mr.  HEDLEY GOLD  MINING CO.  Progress  During   the  Year 1909  Notes of the City  Company Issues Report���Profit  About $ J 5.000 per Month  Belasco, is the one that ran for three  weeks in Los Angeles* and San Francisco and the same tb^t filled the Academy of Music in Neifj- York Gity, to  its doors, for a long run.''  The date for Phoenix has been defi-  nitely fixed for Friday April" a 2nd, and  seats will go on sale fcrjsubscribers on  Tuesday next at Brown's, and next day  for general public. -  .   The  coming .of gfc[." Elmo, means  rrexr-seasonr"-"-     "  "~        ,~~i   "  The Hedley Gold Mining company,  which purchased the famous Nickel  Plate mine and reduction works at  Hedley last August, has issued a statement covering its operations during  1909.  The company took an option on the  property in May of last year for $715,-  000, which was exercised on Aug. 13,  1909. During the life of the option  exploratory work was carried on and  the new company received half of the  profits made during that period, their  share amounting to $15,748.89. The  net profits from Aug. 13 to Dec. 31  were $68,812.57. .The first dividend  of three per cent was paid Jan. 4,  "19 ro, leaving a surplus as of Dec. 31,  1909, of $79,041.46.  I. L. Merrill, president of the Hedley Gold Mining company, in his  report to stockholders last month, says:  "At present we are wholly dependent  on our water power. Low tempera  tures and drought interfere with this  power and stops our mill.' We have  been fairly'fojtunate this winter, losing  but little time until Feb. 24, when a  temperature of 24 degrees below zero  shut down the mill. We hope to be  able to resume by or before April 1.  Our engineers are figuring on building  a larger dam, to give a water power  that would be unaffected by weather  conditions; or, as an alternative, adding  an auxiliary  steam plant,, to, run "the  V. M. Sherbino will take over a  business at Ashcroft on his own ac  count, and not as manager for P.  Burns as stated last week.  April 26th will  be the   91st anniversary of the Independent Order of  Oddfellows. ' Snowshoe lodge will at  tend special services in Phoenix Methodist church on Sunday, 24th inst.  J. B. Boone, who recently sold the  Dominion hotel in Phoenix, has pur  chased a hotel in Chewelah, Wash.,  which for some time has been con  ducted by O. G. Blair, formerly of  Phoenix.  The Mother Lode athletes are getting their grounds in good shape and  baseball and football teams are being  got in shape to make a clean record.  They beat Greenwood 8 to nil at football and 8 to 2 at baseball.  Grand Forks baseball team has  been organized for the season with the  following officers : Honorary president,  W. A. Williams; honorary vice-presi-  Ernest Miller, M.P.P.; president, J. A.  McCallum; vice-president, R. F. Petrie;  recretary-treasurer, T. A. F. Mcintosh;  manager, George Chappie; executive  committee, Messrs. Rooney, Miller and  Haverty..  The attraction of the season at the  Phoenix opera house will be the Jessie  Maclachan Concert company, which  appears here on Wednesday, May  nth. The company is headed by  Miss Jessie Maclachlan, the woi Id-renowned Scottish prima donna, who is  accompanied by Barnaby Nelson, tenor  robusto; Craighall Sherry, refined entertainer, and R. Buchanan, pianist and  conductor.  BACHELORS SCORE SUCCESS  fllve Enjoyable Deuce In Miners* Union Hill  Last Tbunday Bvenlni  To  the  waltz   strains   of   "Home  Sweet Home" the first Bachelors' Club  dance in  Phoenix was  brought  to  a  close,   pronounced   by  all   a  notable  social success.    It may safely be said  that the Miners' Union hall, the centre  of so many social gatherings, has never  been the scene of a more enjoyable  evening.    The floor was in its usual  good condition, the music of Werner's  complete orchestra was excellent, while  the hospitality and thoughtfulness  of  the committee of the"- Bachelors' Club  left nothing to be desired.    Tbe'mem-  bers of the club each wore a bachelor  badge,    flowing    from    a    bachelor's  button.    About 75 couples   were present,  dancing  commenced early,- the  waits between numbers were cut short  by the orchestra, and:seldom has such  uninterrupted gayety permeated an assembly of local dancers.    At mideven-  ing a bachelor supper was served in the  banquet hall, in which  the  club  sustained an all-round reputation as entertainers.    Much credit for the success  of the dance is due the energetic committee, composed of G. H. Corbet, G.  W. Rogers, H. Goodwin, J. Thompson,  A Butterworth, W. X. Perkins and R.  H. McCracken.  That the people of Phoenfx are desirous of securing good theatrical attractions was made very evident when  the general manager and special representative of Belasco's productions  visited Phoenix and interviewed the  residents. It only took a short time  to secure many signatures to the  necessary guarantee list. The coming  of Mr. Belasco's St. Elmo means much  to Phoenix, as it is the first of the  Belasco attractions to come this way,  and we are promised if we give this  attraction liberal support that Mr.  Belasco will be pleased to include  Phoenix in the great northwestern  circuit. The plays that will be sent  this way are "The Girl of the Golden  West, "The Rose of the Rancho,"  "Sweet Kitty Bellairs," "Merely Mary  Ann," "The Right of Way," and many  other Belasco attractions, so it is hoped  that our people will all support this  play, St. Elmo, April 22nd.  Box lo a Draw  Billy Biner, the British Columbia  welterweight champion, and Scottyl  Lackie fought a fifteen round bout to  a draw in the opera house Monday  evening, in the presence of about 300  local boxing fans. It was a spirited  contest, both were in good condition  and neither exhibited much advantage  over the other, and the decision of  Referee Danny Deane was generally  satisfactory. Herb Neil and Jim Missouri'gave a fast preliminary, which  was unfortunately ended by the latter  breaking his arm in swinging for a cut  and coming in contact with Neil's  elbow.  Todd Boyce and Joe Mueller, two  bantams, gave a finished four-round  performance that created much enthusiasm.    New Scenery lor Opera Housa  The management of the Phoenix  opera house have placed their new  curtains and stage settings in position  and particularly attractive scenery has  been secured. Besides the drop curtain, with local advertising centered by  a beautiful landscape, there are three  sets���a parlor scene, a kitchen scene,  and a woods scene. The painting was  executed in Minneapolis and the work  is exceptionally good, and will add  greatly to the effect of performances.  The Phoenix Miners' Union is to be  congratulated on the up-to-dateness of  the local playhouse, which now ranks  among the best in the interior.  property the tailings were wasted.    We  -   RoMloni Mlacn  Work is progressing with satisfactory  results at the Centre Star group and  -at. the, Le Roi Two,'and both are shjp-  girig about.the average quantity of ore.  Reach Cool Sean In Tunnel  The working tunnel of the Boundary  Mining    and    Exploration   company,  being driven on their coal property west  of Midway, has reached a seam of coal  two hundred and sixty-five feet in thickness, and samples of coal taken from it  run high in carbon  and   low  in  ash.  No drifting has been done on the seam,  and it is the intention: of the company -  to continue crosscutting until  at least  another seam is found.~;.V"~ , ~  From the location' of the coal and  the character of the footwall and roof,  it is believed that the No. ,1 seam, on  which surface development work was  m  .-.'?'..*i  are now impounding  .hem and  a sub- /"fyed over at Spokane,   on their   �����*/,/        be met.     There are surfece fn_  stantial profit is hoped for from their re-1 home from the coast, and  wh ie  *���\diaitiotu of tne seam whlch   has been  ���Mm^MBi^mk^^i  Aug. and Sept. .6,002  October 3,9 U  November 3,691  December 3,392  treatment. Your president, with the  aid of the best experts, is conducting  experiments to determine character of  needed changes in reduction plant.  The changes can probably be made  this summer. They should increase  the tonnage of ore handled and save  most of the gold now going into the  tailings. The additional recovery hoped  for is estimated at $1.25 per ton of  ore treated.  "Your president believes that the  outlay needed to enlarge and improve  the reduction plant and power plant  will not exceed $100,000. The company at its inception, was provided  with $280,000 working capital, so that  the cost of new plant is much more  than provided for. No outlay will be  made until we are satisfied that it will  be quickly repaid by increased profits."  The production returns from Aug.  13 to Dec. 31, 1909, were as follows:  rons      Assay Net  Milled     Value Profits  $11.90 $18,190.70  11.75 16,186.68  12.76 17,918.01  12 80 14,556.29  The company have since declared  their second quarterly dividend of  three per cent, which was peyable on  April 2 last.  Barnaby Nelson  Batnaby Nelson is a talented tenor  robusto, who is well and favorably  known in the east and one who is sure  to please western audiences. A beautiful rich sympathetic voice, and a splendid stage presence, coupled with artistic temperament, make him a true  interpreter. In his repertoire are to be  found selections from the classics as  well as the popular ballad and Scottish  folk songs. His enunciation is perfect  and his voice has a wonderful carrying  power, his every syllable always being  heard in every part of the building.  The eastern critics are loud in their  praises of this sterling young artist,  and no doubt he will meet with the  same cordial receptions here as characterized his appearances in Ontario.  Mr. Nelson appears in Phoenix with  the Jessie Maclachlan Concert company on May 11 th.  the former, speaking of. the work in  progress at the mine, said : "We are  diamond drilling from the 1650 foot  levels, and have already put a number  of holes down to a depth of 2200 feet.  Our plans call for a systematic exploration of our ground in this manner,  and we are hopeful of being just as  successful in locating new pay shoots  as our neighbors, the War Eagle have  been."  C. P. R. Pronations  J. E. Proctor, district passenger  agent of the C.P.R. has been promoted to the position of district passenger agent of western Manitoba,  with offices in Brandon. R. J. Mc-  Nellie replaces him. Mr. Proctor has  been stationed in Calgary for the past  four years. Eight years ago he was  transferred from the eastern section  where he held the position of district  passenger agent.  cut, but it was not anticipated that it  would prove to be much more than a  good stringer, hence the size of the  strike is very encouraging.  The Midway coal is bituminous in  character and of excellent quality. Its  coking qualities, as shown by samples  taken from the surface development  are all that could be desired. The  location can hardly be surpassed, the  mouth of the tunnel being only some  two hundred yards from the railway,  and there being an abundance of water  and timber. Present indications point  to the development of an industry that  will be of vast, importance to this  locality.���Greenwood Times.  The well-known Musical Eckhardts,  the Swiss Bell Ringers, will appear in  Phoenix opera house on Friday, May  27th, under auspices of the local  hockey club.  1 April 16, 'io   nJ  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor   1900,  1901  .��-.    ..vie    ti��A   rofti. toos and iaoa. aa reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1908  190 a.  Mink iooj        too*       1904       1905 1906 '9��7        '908       >S��9 W��    Woe2|  | Granby ita��.��� 1% ������>���  mS^J 653% 8oM��4   ����3.��7 ����S,���7 1.067.983 378..6S  ��^7��  Many vocalists attempt Scottish  songs but Jessie Maclachlan lives them.  She will be heard in Phoenix on May  nth.  1 anowahoe...  I Phoenix Araal._  IB. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode���  B. C. Mine......  Emma   Oro Denoro....  (-Bonnie Belle   I Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem-  Idaho-   Rawhide-   Sunset _   Mountn Roae-  AthelaUn   Bf orrison -  }.R. BeU._   JSenator   I Brey Fosle���   No. J7   J Reliance...   1 Sulphur King���  ! Winnipeg. -..  I Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  J 3ig Copper   1 No. 7 Mine���   I City ol PariB   !j��rel -   I Riverside���........  j Carml   ! Sally -   1 Rambler ���  j Butcher Roy   {Duncan   I Providence   1 Btkhorn.-   i Strathmoie .���.  I Golden Eagle...  1 Preston   ��� Prince Henry_.  J Skylark   1 Last Chance���.  j B. P. U. Mine...  I Bay   I Maris.    j Don Pedro   I Crescent   1 Bruce   Republic ���  I Miscellaneous..  ��.8oo   71.111  S.426     I35.OOI  141.316 138,079  14.811    19.365  8.530  ".937  15.537  174,298 147.37�� 'OS.900   ����           1.488  J7.SOO 9.485    <I.8��4  16,40a J.007     3,177  joSjji  1,711  18,174  14.481  J4.JSO   55-73'  7.455   ��5.731  ".'.'.'1'.'   "sisTo  1.339  150  560  785  6��  48a  3,060  "���"��iJo  J6J  ��.43S  3.070  3.150  1./59  4.586  3.450  311  3M  S3  ��S.lo8  3.0S6  4.747  140,685  1.960  16,033  48.39��  3.555  43.195  13,353  64.173  3��.370  3>.*SS  649  48,(116  MS  31'.8*9  66,630  5.780  170,360   55,190    3,000:  350,433 133.805  sjijii   4.040  8.000:  35�� ?  10,740  3.801  530  130  $����  993  400  167  S*>  736  335  1,833  33  150   30  145  7.0  150  %2  SO  300  515  6S9  ���5��  73  30      90  "60  20  750  500  586  ...30  106  76  1.140  40  140  15  589  90  "65  40  700  146  390  i>  30  45  Total,tons.  508.876 690,419 839,808 ^33,618 1.161.537 1.148,337 1,487,480 1.598,715571 575 33.716J  J Smelter treatment��� !  IGranby Uo.   3'3j  1 B.C. Copper Co.    148,600 163,913  ....*,.,,  ���- ������..,     .. -._  1 Dom. Cop. Co..          131,570    10.010   Sj.ov) 318,811    153,439      33,666  3 J40 401,921  251,506 687,988 838379   637,636   1037,544 1.042,837 363,431 33,8911  3,6oo 163,913   110.4S4 110.830 123.740   34L953    364,850   341,370  I35.8J1    7.>99  84,059 318,811     -      ���" ��*  _-. >  30,930  JTota.1 reduced-     4��o.940 607.404 837.666 983.877 1.17*^301.133.017 iJ��.o6o 348.439    ^2i PHOENIX PIONEER, PHQENJX, (Ml,  "SALADA" is the tame wherever or whenever  you buy it���always of unvarying gced quality,  Its native purity and garden freshness is perfectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets.  ������ Slack, 3Iix��d and Natural Green, 40e, 50c, 80c and 70o per lb. '  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal.  it., "����� ��� ri'i  f, i   n��a��q��D OH ��ATOBD������ at T���� _  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PBOBKIX, ���. C  HMOIRin    i" ADVAKCm.  >MlHr.��� -.  ~ -.!���*���  Us MosUu������^.....��-. ~~��� ,-*J  Tots* Doltcd.aUUa. per, jr**!-.....--....���- **>  ir JT. ALFRED.JLOVE* Manaokh.  , ,  Saturday," April 16, 1910  ,A serious break has occurred in the  opjpositi'pn.at Ottawa,. ^Parties^ within  the party, have .xesjulted in fractional  wari. EasternConservattvenew^papers  are to the fore with discussions as to  the causejodthie,disruption, .which ap-  pe*rs ^o have^ been, the Canadian, naval  defense debate,,.andean announcement r^.been.rnade^bat the. jpominr  ionjConseryative convention, called for  JupfijiSJuid 16 at Ottawa, will not  come,offr, M1. ,, ,, ,,.;,,< .j> _ , ���>  f i;he,T;orqnto tfewsin an .euphimis-  tic, way .says in an.{inspired ^despatch  ^m,;ptUwa:fM,*,,The position of the  Conservative, party, is, difficult and obscure. Almos^,the only aspect of .the  r^ase which seems clear-is that the time  hju^come for a frank and open settle-  the News housecleaning story, and It  came from some inspired source. The  Mail, which is very much incensed  over it should make the News tell.  When the Mail pretends that the News  and Mr. Wilhson have not been in  touch with the Borden plan "for housekeeping, it says what is not true. Mr.  VVillison has not been in the closest  touch, and every one here knows it.  In the meantime there is no use  denying the facts of the situation. The  matter of most concern to the great  body of Conservatives in the country  is to get at the facts and apply a cure  to the surprising condition of affairs in  political party. With Mr. Foster  snorting defiance, and refusing to relieve.the party of the embairassment  of carrying him; with the Mail and  Empire denouncing the News and the  World and championing Mr. Foster;  with the Montreal Gazette reading a  lecture, to its .Ontario Conservative  contemporaries who, would .ignore Mr.  Monk and his undoubted following  from Quebec; with one faction of the  party in almost open revolt against Mr.  Borden's leadership and another faction backing him up in, his efforts to  bring some soit of order out of the  chaos and compel at least ,a show of  unity, the whole situation presents the  most unedifying spectacle,, which has  prevailed r since, ','The nest, of traitor-'  days of the once great,Conservative  party. What the outcome will be no  one can yet say.  ment  t 1  The Toronto World,,in a despatch  The Copper Handbook Vol. IX  The ninth annual edition of the  Copper< Handbook, edited and published by Horace J. Stevens, Houghton.; Michigan,., ha." reached vth&xdesk  a.re��u|t (jf^the^revoH'.of the.',French-1 subject, for the entire globe, has, in  Canadian.followers of F..D,. Monk in j its latest edition, 1628 octavo pages,  - thejiousej ,and; the internecine strife,  i^hasjd^ided, to jCall off the proposed  pn^yJe^eral conventiqn^ext June,  j iMr.. Maclean declares that there is  06 doubt pf.thejtruth. of the published  s&tements that a number of Conservative,*. P��spbers ;ara .dissatified; and in-  -  fHrger^t.and,that this insurgency in the  Opposition .rank, and file is ,due in,the  ��� main, to ..the policy pursued in the house  by Mr.,Bprden. it vr. . �� , u -, . , {  , !^Just,.after the,-Worki last,week,pup-  ,Usbejd ftjStonMhaMt,had..been, settled  r�� call_,orI;,,ther,convention, ,an(|rthat  . dis8ent.was,rampaht,+the .Montreal Ga  sette.and the Ottawa Citizen, .and, the  Toronto. News, all.close in touch,, with  the opposition, organization,, called for  a vigorous house-cleaning in the party.  The.Newi.has.already, read MrvMonk  out ofjhe,party,and.there .appeared.as  ,a special despatch, from Ottawa, its now  'notorious deliverance of Saturday last  in which it is said that LHon.,;GME.  ��pster.,was^to retire and-Jbe succeeded  by J..Doherty of-Montreal.. ,.���..  c-. ','vThat the old Conservatives were an  incubus on the party, meaning Geo.  Taylor, the whip, John Haggart, Dr.  Sproule, D. Henderson, etc., and that  the- time had come for sweeping  changes, and widespread houseclean  ing.'V-This despatch in various, forms  was broadcasted through the Dominion.  The World only reprinted it as coming from some inspired source. That  portion of it about Mr. Foster has been  denied by Mr. Borden, but, Editor  -Willison, of the News, must tell from  where it came.    It was on the lines of  The finest fabric is  not too delicate to  be jufely washed with  Sunlight Soap. When  t other soaps nave Injured  your linens  and faded  the coloured  things, remember the  word Sun-  light*  containing considerably more than; a  million words, and, in addition to the  miscellaneous chapters, lists and describes no less than 7,751 copper  mines and copper mining companies,  in all parts of the world, descriptions  ranging from two or three lines in the  case of companies that have died recently, to sixteen pages in the case of  one of the largest mines���a mine, by  the way, that employs some seven  thousand men, and has paid dividends  of considerably more - than a hundred  million dollars. The , mine descrip-  tions are the same as in the preceding  volume.^except that upwards of eight  hundred new titles have been added,  covering descriptions not contained in  any,previous edition. The chapter of  statistics, containing upwards of forty  tables,,treating ,ofcoj per from almost  every conceivable standpoint, has been  fully revised, and brought as nearly as  possible to date.  The miscellaneous ,chap}er;s of_ the  book, twenty four in number, treat of  the subject of copper from a great  variety of.vViewpoints, including the  history, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy and uses of the metal, and this  section of the book also has chapters  devoted .to substitutes, alloys, brands  and'grades, and a copious glossary. .  The plan on which the book is sold  remains the same as for seven years  past, the publisher sending the  book  by mail, fully prepaid, to any  address  ordered, without advance payment of  any sort, and subject  to approval after  a   week's   inspection.    The   price   is  00.    That   this   unusually   liberal  plan has proven  successful is showed  by the statement of the  publisher that  net losses through returned copies and  defaulted payments are less  than   four  per cent.    Anyone interested  in the  subject cf copper, as producer,  con  sumer or  investor in  shares,   should  write   to Mr.   Stevens   for  a   Coppei  Handbook   on   the  unusually  liberal  terms noted.  THE COLLAPSE OP  O-BANBY SHARES  Gianby stock has never been a  speculative shuttlecock lis board of  directors comprises names as honorable as the best in American industry.  The directors themstlves are the largest  stockholders. Outside of thorn the  stock is distributed among the best  C.lass of investors. An unusually larue  percentage of them seem to have been  men well versed in mining. Most of  thrm have held the stock for its divi  dends, rather than with any idea of  reaping a profit from manipulated ris s  and f.ills They have felt sure of their  pnncipal. There ha* been nothing in  the recent reports of the company to  excite fear; certainly nothing to arouse,  suspicion of the nature of the news  that was abruptly told last week.  Reading between the lines of the  official statement it is evident that in  connection with a change in the super-  intendency of the property, announced  a few weeks ago, the president, with a  consulting mining engineer, was led to  visit British Columbia and while there  learned of facts which previously they  did not know. Upon their return to  New York a report was in preparation  for communication to the stockholders.  However, - the bad news apparently  leaked out prematurely, which does  not necessarily, imply that it escaped  from the office of the company. In the  alarm naturally caused by the violent  break in the stock and the circulation  ot wild rumors, the management seems  to have thought it best to tell the truth,  promptly.  In this, at least, its action stands in  a favorable light when compared with  that of some other managements which  ha <e maintained mystery respecting  the real condition of their mines when  adversity has come. The truth may  be unpalatable but it is better to know  it than.to be buffeted and worried by  uncertainty. ,  Harsh things are naturally being said  about the slump in Granby. In the  company's report for fiscal year ending  June 30, 1909, A. B. W. Hodges, the  superintendent^ said: "Our ore reserves are largely increased andt we  have.ore in sight tor many years to  come. In its statement to the Stock  Exchange, Maich 16, 1910, the company said that "approximately 8 to 10  million tons of ore ate now developed  ready for extraction in the company's  explanation which  has been promised.  There are some officers and directors  of the company whose names have  particularly inspired confidence. No  one will believe, we think, that such  men as Higginson, James, Langeloth  and Nichols, besides others of this  board, have intentionally lent themselves to any deception. We feel sure  that they will make a frank delaration  respecting the whole matter, which is,  indeed, one that cannot be dismissed  lightly. No event in years has done  so much to.destroy. public confidence  in raining-investments, and the Granby  stockholders have reason for their indignation, wherever be the responsibility. If there has been treachery by  anyone in any, manner, .the guilty  should be branded, but until all the  facts are known, judgment must be  deferred.���Engineering and Mining  Journal.  , A contract for the installing of a new  tram car system in Nelson has been  let. The contract calls for its completion in 40 days.  NEW CRACK TRAINS  6re��t Northern to Put on SplendMy Equipped  Transcontinental*  Three crack transcontinental passenger trains, operating from rliff ������<������'.  eastern .terminals, and making the nn>st  costly triple service in ihe world for  any distance, wiM.be established by  the Great Northern in the spring.  Orders for new equipment have been  placed; representing an expenditure of  nearly $3,000,000, which will fit out  two other transcontinental trains on  the Great Northern, similar in every  point to the service maintained <>n thf  Oriental limited. This will .mean' that  he "Fast..Mail" starting out tA the  Twin City, the "Great Northern Express" oiit of Kansas City and the  "Oriental Limited''.from Chicago, will  have the same kind of equipment from  pilot to tail light.    .  It will require twenty five complete  trains to maintain this triple service,  which if hooked up together would extend for more than three miles on a  single track. Taking engine and cars,  consisting of one observation, two  standard sleepers, one diner, two day,  one tourist sleeper, one baggage and  one mail, the total expenditure of each  train is about $120,000.  WMMsYoul  Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tongue,, bitter or bad taste in morning,  "heart-burn," belching of gas, aoid risings in throat after  eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells,  poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred  oymptoms P  If yon have any considerable number of the  above symptoms you are suffering from biliousness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia.  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made .  up of the most, valuable medicinal-, principle*  known to medical science for the permanent,  cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most  efficient liver invigorator, atomaoh tonic, bowel  regulator and nerve strengtbener.  The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or..lee'ret. no��tram,  a full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested  under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harm-  ful habit-forming drugs.- It is a fluid extract made with pure, tnple-rennea  glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American medical^  forest plants.    World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, tN. r.  I DEANE'S iiOTlL J  ^ DANNY DEANi, Proprietor.������ ||  %'���������'   ; "������ .    .     '"'���'���'.       '     ���    ���      ���.    . ..���   ��� j  g= This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by =3  ��: hot water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation --���  �����= of the public.    Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date.    Meals j^  ��E ��� served at all hours, special attention being given the Diningroom. -j  ^ Cehh-ally Located on Hie Bridge,  Fifth  Street, Phoenix. =2  STEAM   HEATED.  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.  TELEPHONE   ��8,  ASPECT OF  "AM-BU  f^-/,r  Zaui-nuk spoils saviugtoy ul Sup.  pose l.usband,- wife or some member of  the family sustains a out or a bad  scratch, which fosters or turns to blood-  Soisouing. Result���off work I What  oes that mean at pa .day? Zam-Buk  prevents wounds, cuia or injuries  " turning tho wrong way." Apply it  immediately, and it k^sj^ie p .ison  and slurls heiliug.  Thera is another    aspect.  If you have in  the family, eo"-  zjma, ringworm, ���  uker.ition,    or  any skin disease,  try   Zam-Buk-  flrst���don't sp.-nd  money on  experimenting 1 Yuft  w 11 h vo to ~^s  get Zam-^i  Buk  eventually.      Do .  Hear those persona:���  Air. A. M. Brook', Wellington Street,  Steelton, O it.," Bays:���" If only I had  yob Zam-Buk at first, it would have  Btved me scores of'dollnrs; as well as  hours of agony." Mr. 15r,��oks has been  erred of eczema. Hosays:���"Myneck,  choHtand body were covered with the  torri'-le disease. The itch'ng, burning  and smarting I suffered, none who has  not gone through it c:i 11' 11 ! Doctors'  lotions, salves and prescriptions didn't  do mo a bit of ^ooil; aui from ono  thing to another I pissed, only to find  t em usulesj. With Z.im-Buk it was  di Iercnt, ami without coi.ig through a  lo;ig story, lean s.ty that a few weeks'  treatment Vith this great healing Imlra h��ale<l  th ' aores, *r> I r!d m > for gnod of the tcrrihlo  ei zema, wh: >h had held me in its grip for over  ten monthti! " -  " If I had applied Zam.Ruk in the first place,  instead of trying tlio o.h r preparations, I  b ould hive saved mi self a lot of money." Bo  Bays Mr��. B. K. Iledwi-1. of 837 Provencher  Ave., S��. Boniface, Winnipejr. Mri. Bedwell  had a cut finder; which became pnUoned. She.  saya:��� *��� It becaine awoPen.��itd discolored, and  my whole arm aplied and throbbed violently. I  calle iln a doctor and he lanced'it. You may'  imagine how Iirnfle ed,anddesp!feth^ doctor's  treatment the fin?era-ain-festerpd, and sot ao  bad th it the dnr-tnr adviied me to fro into the  hospital. ��� I feare-l. if I did; they would cut it  off, ao refused. Oi'e day we.we-e advised to'try  Zam-Bnlc; We left > ff everything else and para  this balm a tri 1. Well, it on'y took about four  dais to'draw.out the sor^ije-ifl I 'Then, bft-by  bit, it began to heal, and in leps than three  HeekB from first applying the Zam Buk the  fln?er was Kenled and perfectly healthy. If only  I had got Zam-Buk at first I" .-  All skin injuries and diseases are cured by  Zam-Buk. Eczema, eruptions, pimple^, ulcers,  1 lies, inflamed patches, cuts, biur.s, scalp sores,  chaps, eto., ennnot resht its healing virtue.  60a box, ail drnirglsta and store*, or post free  from Zam-Buk Oo.t Toronto, for price. Refuse  allimitati) ������.    i ���> ^  yjJUiiiJliiiiiUiUiiiiUiUiUiUiUiiUiiiiUiUiUiUiUJliJUiUiUiUK  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. Xc��-  from cellar to roof. Best Sampie  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  tSteatn   j*    Heated  JAMES MARSHALL, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  r  immt+tim^wm  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wires, Liquors and Ggars  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  ��MM  Jas. McCrcath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B   C.  ��M  PALACC llffll 5TADIX  UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT  FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT FOR LONG DRIVES, LIGHT  OR,HEAVY TEAMING,   GRAYING, Etc., at Reason-  . able Rates. ."."':. ,;���.. -''.'���:���  ;    We aim to Please and Solicit an Opportunity.  DRY WOOD IN ANY QIANTITY.  McEIroy Bros.  (PHONE 34)  Ihoenix, B.C.  KM .  FURNITURE  A glance at our windows and displays will give  you ideas' and suggestions as to how to make  you Home more attractive and comfortable. Its  satisfying to get such real Bargains as we offer.  Call and have a look at our new Stock of  RUGS JUST IN.  Picture Framing A Specialty  Nelson's Ball Team  Nelson is preparing for some good  baseball this season. The matter of  matches is being taken up with the  towns of Moyie, Cr an brook, BonnerV  Ferry, Rossland, Grand Forks, Phoenix and Greenwood, and with or without a league, there is no. doubt that  Nelson will be able lo have a good  season of senior ball.  C. F. EDWARDS  OLD IRONSIDES  AVENUE  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic -^ncl 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.  THIS PLAN  'BaaTri^iijTL#iltjBviii��i|tfflt>n Bjiui  Greenwood 4^tfl|^��  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.}  Curbs wasteful expenditure  ,    Keeps an accurate tab upon outlay  Eases business transactions  Advances business prosperity  Always helps business men  BEGIN TODAY NOT TOMORROW OR LATER.   ASK HOW NOW  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Savings Bank Department at All Offices  87 Branches Throughout Canada 87  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL   OVER   THE   WORLD  DRAYING  Of all  kindH  promptly  attendee  to.    Rapid  Express and Baugage  Transfer.   &��*"'"' -.��-...:..- .-    ���  orders.  Careful attention lo i'.  Phone A��P  JAHES G. HcKEOWN  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life and   Acciden Insurance..  General Ageo.  '������      ,  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  S:   p'HANLEY  SHAVINi. PARLORS  AND     HA !\H ROOM  Next r)uor to McRne Bros.  fCaob Hill Avenue.  Phoenix, B. C.  Matthew's Barber sfi#  FOR   AN    EASY   SHAVE'  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  KingEdward Lodge, N6.30  ,   A. F.a'n'd A.M..  Regular communication 6p. m.     6c.  ond Thursday of each month.     ,.  Emergent meetings ascalled;Maaonl<  Hall, McHnle Block.  W. 8 COOK  Secretary.  K. s. FRASKR  .      .   .  .W.M.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWBHOE LODGK NO. .6  Meets every Monday Kvcnhig   at Miners' Hal  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  T A. Lovk, Noble Uraud .  W. A. Pickakd, Pin Secy.  W. A. Cook,  Record.   Secy.  PUOICNIX    AKRIE   NO.  IBM  !>J��EI����}V Ueetaln DnionHa'.l  Frliiav eveninta  Visiting    brothers  always welcome  ��. Thorton, W. P.  Orrin D. Bush,'  K.ofP.LODi.E.No.28   PHOENIX, B.C.   Meets every Tuksday  Evknivo m 7.30   :    :  Sojouraing Brothers Cordla'ly  W<:1<  I'KKKINS.O. C.  clcomed.  r. h. Mccracken  k; of ��. a.  WOOD  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  w-$*.OQjr>armcord      ��.   --  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  ���Phoae B 32  Johnson & Anderson  See I). J. Matheson about housekeeping rooms in the McArdle & Anderson block, First street, upper town.  Subscribe for the Pioneer and get  the latest Roundary news.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Traoc Marks  Ocsionv  Copyrights <fte.  Anyone sending a sketch and dascrtptton mar  qntckly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably patentable, Commnnlca-  i��,T%^��%?0,lfldont^IIANDBOOK on Patent*  sent free. Oldest asency for securing patents,  taken through Munn A Co. reosH  ics. without charge. In the  Patents ���-  fecial notice.  Scientific Americam  A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. ' Largest elr-  cnlatlpn ot any sclentlflo Journal. Terms for  aii'ne^dSl'eVa1 ^"'.f0^*" �������!-}*,. 8ol<�� b,  MUNN & Co.36,B'����''����. New York  Branch onice. 628 F P% Washl"rto" D. C.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM   P.)  Ceriificate of Improvements.  NOTICE, c  McKinley Mineral Claim, eitnate in  Uie Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.  ^''^ 'i'^rKvr1". Providence Can.p.  TAKfc. NOriUE, that I, A. A. Mcintosh, > ree Miner's Certificate No. B26468,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improveuients, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improveuients  i9ioateiJ this Fifth 'Iay ot Janu,lry. a .r>.  7-8 a. a Mcintosh.  ������������e����c<ests��t��i��eestte*oit9s��ttst��������ceiiest��itgf|.  '* "        lower town, i"o.ooa.m.  Leave Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phobmix Ofwob, With McRae Bbos., Knob Hiix Ave.  ' Prop;  THE KING'S HOTEL  "The Pride of the Boundary."  PHOENIX, B.C.  Newly renovated and newly furnished, modern in appointments and  centrally located, culinery department par excellence^ and Bar  stocked with choicest liquors and cigars, the King's is headquarters  for travellers.    Bus meets all trains.    Commodious sample rooms.  The King's Grill  Short  Order   ��*Ieals  served   in   the   King's  GRILL  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor  at all hours.  W. R^ WILLIAMS, Manager  S  *  0  ���  0  0  ���  0  ���  0  0  0  0  0  o  I ��eo������g@Peeefl����a��aaia��eeaBaawB��aa������apaaa<B����flffaBgclpWa|��  COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  Provides a Christian home for students of both sexeB at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior stind-  ntB, doing grade public school work  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and giveB  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arte Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Tor-  oato University, which the college la in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Bev. W. J. 8ipperell,B.A.,B.D.,Princi��  pal;oT Bev. J. P. Bowoll, fionai*  " V,' lepsanaa  ;\v,  *>  PHOENIX PIOHEER, PHOEHIX, s.0.  Girl  /SKK  s a Cough  >i*<;  "Tift*''-      >,A    '  :i-*"f| lo, meet  uWWW  KHEDtMOHUE  tumors.  <MVt��0t  J        ^' ^  ���''rti/ti'rlt J-  an  unexpected  cold a bottle of  M athieu's  Syrup of Tar  andCodl/iver  Oil is needed.  Keep it in the  house. It not  only cures the  fl?/^butmakes  the children  stronger and less likely  to have a second cold.  Large bottle 35 cts from all dealers.  /.LMllklea Co. Props.,Sberbroake, P.Q.  ^^      Watiiboton for Wsatorn Canada.  . Maj Sns.  lanoa A Co.. Vancouver. Idmoctoa.  Winning. .  A C.P.R.. freight train was derailed  near Hosmer on Monday. Engineer  Edward Roberts was fatally injured.  : It is the intention of Hon. W. J.  Bowser, attorney-general and minister  of finance and agncultute, to shortly  make a tour of the province with the  object of acquainting himself first, hand  with conditions generally affecting the  several departments o/cr which he  presides.  PORTLAND CANAL  GOLD DISCOVERY  A thick streak of free milling gold  has been struck in the five-foot ore  vein of the 200-foot level of the  George B. mine, a property of the  Stewart Mining and Development company, near Stewart, on the Portland  canal. The discovery has caused considerable excitement and prospectors  are stamping there from Prince Rupert,  Juneau, Ketchikan and other northern  centres. Stewart and the tributary district is claiming marked  attention in British- Columbia since  the decision of Vice-President D. D.  Mann, of the CNR,, to invest several  millions this'season'-in mines of the  district, in a smelter, ore bunkers, two  docks and two ore collection railways  with terminus at Stewart, the Pacific  Alaska and Portland Canai short   line.  Fifty Years th�� Standard  The C.P.R. announces the opening  of its summer hotels in the mountains  as follows : Banff Springs, May 16th;  Lake Louise Chalet, June ibthj Emerald Lake Chalet, June 15th.  Captain R. G. Tatlow, late minister  of finance and agriculture for British  Columbia, died at noon on Monday  from injuries received when thrown  from a cart the previous Friday.  ORE AM  iakihg Powder  Mad�� from Qrapam  Highest award  Chicago  World's Fair  Lime    1  JPhosphaie/  Hams, Bacon, Lard  ��� Burns' Choice Imperator Hams   . ���,.  Bums' Choice Imperator Bacon  , .-Win. Davies f Toronto) Hams  Wra. Davies (Toronto) Bacon  ���Shamrock    Pure    Leaf    Lard  The Quality is Excellent, and the Prices are Bight.  P. BURNS & Co.,LW Phoenix, B.C.  PHONE   NO.   tt  D. J. Matheson  HDKI.1TY      HON11S.  3nsurance Hgent  FIR IS,       LIFE  A>rr<  ACCIDENT.  PLATE    GLASS  COVIMH4ll).\KK     FOR    TAKING     AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  r  PHoenix  Beer  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  Is Recognized  by   nil   an the  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY.1  WHY?    Bei-anse its  manufacturers employ  turninz out ol a perfect  Beer from the  all of their energy to   the  best materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC.  PHONE 23  Phoenix   Brewing'    Co.  NYAL'S  FAMILY REMEDIES  ARE   GUARANTEED  This is the seasou 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  Bargain Sale  IN  HAND -MADE      SOE S  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  ���. A. T. TURANO, Proprietor  The Pioneer For Fins Commercial Printing  Ignorance of Geography  A large delegation of eastern Canada  teachers visited Boston, Mass., and in-  pected the public schools there. Great  surprise was expressed by the visitors  at the lack of knowledge of Canada  and Canadian affairs on the part of the  pupils. Inspector Elliott was informed  by the senior class in the largest school  there that Toronto was 100 miles from  the Arctic ocean, that Eskimos came  within 50 miles of the city to kill seals  and polar bears, and that Quebec was  the capital of Canada.  ' The geography in general use devotes a page and a half to Canada, and  states that lumbering, fishing and-agri-  culture in remote districts are the principal Canadian industries.  PROVINCIAL.  Tradoi  Asaya-Neiirall^  THE    NEVA/     REMEDY    FOR  Nervous Exhaustion  Night sweats are a sure sign of  nervous exhaustion. They weaken the body and depress the mind.  "Asaya-Neurali," will overcome this condition. It feeds the  nerves with Lecithin, the element  required for nerve repair. Full  control of the bodily functions  soon returns. Restful sleep is obtained, the appetite and digestion  improve, nerve vigor is regained.  $1.50 per bottle.    Local agent.  JOHN   LOVE.      ;  NOTICE  I hereby give notice that thirty days  from date I intend to apply to the board  of licensing commissioners for the city  of Phoenix, B.C., for a transfer of the  license how held by me for the Alexander hotel, to the Summit hotel, the said  Summit hotel to be known in future as  the Queen's hotel and to include the  premises occupied by D. Deane.  R. V. CnrsHOLM.  Phoenix, B.C., March 31st, 1910.  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlaiged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarilv a better  book because of its gieater bulk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital iinporance to  Vol. VIII. isaued May, 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with mine descriptions and  on statistics have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 25 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 Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededlv  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  TERMS are the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent to  you, 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 'o you?  PRICE is .f5 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Horace J.   Stevens  36, Shei.den Building,  Houghton  Mich., U.S.A.  Stirtin & Yule of Vancouver/have  inaugurated an automobile stage service between Ashcrolt and Soda Creek.  J. II. Bloom, Victoria, has died  after an ineffectual operation for ptomaine poisoning, caused by eating  tinned oysters  Ashcroft Liberalsihave organized an  association with L. McKay, president;  George Cathaway, vice-president; and  James Murray, secretary-treasurer.  Fred and John Bolanger, accused of  being accomplices inthe recent holdup  at Coal Creek, declare that Varlow, a  provincial constable, was the prime  mover and instigator of the crime.  The Pacific Coast Lnmber Co. has  just sold 4000 acres of timber limits in  the Squamish district near the head of  Howe sound to Captain Magneson  and Mackinnon & Norton, of Vancouver, receiving in payment $125,000  cash.  One of the largest land deals in the  history of the Kootenay has just been  put through, J'. L. Hirsch of Nelson  purchasing from John B. Winlaw, a  lumberman of Winlaw, 3000 acres between Winlaw and Perry on the Slocan  river. V  Nelson and Nakusp shipyards are  busy preparing the fine new C. P. R.  steamer for Arrow lakes service. The  steel hull was built in Toronto. New  steamers -are��also feeing^provided. for  Dog lake and the^'southera part of  Okanagan lake.     :; :.'  The steamer Prince'Rupert, one of  the two new vessels built for the  Grand Trunk Pacific railway, and which  will ply between Prince Rupert and  Puget Sound, has completed satisfactory trial trips and will be placed in  commission in the course of a few  weeks.  JAMBS FAX  IS COMING  Probably no more welcome announcement could be made to the  concert going people of Phoenix than  the one that James Fax, the celebrated  humorist will appear with his company  here next month. It is unnecessary  to say anything regarding this great  artist, for is not the name of "Fax" a  household word from ocean to ocean.  Mr. Fax is supported by an exceptionally strong company of artistes and will  no doubt draw one of the largest houses  of the season.  TO HAIR DRESSERS  A Splendid Hair Tonic that Makes  Beautiful Hair  NOTICE  Public notice is hereby given that the  Canadian Pacific Railway company (as  lessee of and exercising the franchise  of the Columbia and Western Railway)  has this day deposited in the land registry office in the city of Kainloops in  the province of British Colnmbia, plan  and profi le and book'of reference showing  proposed extension of the Wellington  camp branch to be constructed by the  said Canadian Pacific Railway company  from Station 164-30 to Station 170-00 of  the Weliineton camp branch of the  Columbia and Western Railwav, in lot  2701 Yale district of British Columbia,  and that thirty days after this notice or  so soon thereafter as the application can  be heard, the said Canadian Pacific  Railway company intends to apply to  the board of railway commissioners for  Canada for approval of the said extension of the Weliington camp branch.  Dated this 7th day of April, 1910.  R   Mabpolk,  General Executive Assistant,  Canadian Pacific Railway company.  Every hair dresser should know  about Parisian Sage, the quick-acting  hair dressing, that does just what this  paper tells you it will do.  Parisian Sage is a most delightful  and different hair dressing, a fact that  will be recognized the moment it is  applied to the scalp. 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  root still shows the least sign of life.  Try a bottle of Parisian Sage.- It  will brjghten up the hair in two days.  Parisian Sage is guaranteed by John  Love to care dandruff, stop falling  hair and scalp itch in two weeks, or  money back. It is particularly in demand by women of refinement, who  desire soft, luxuriant hair, that compels  admiration. Price 50 cents a large  bottle by John Love, or direct, all  charges prepaid, from the Canadian  makers, the Giroux Mfg. Co., Fort  Erie.  BUILDING- AT  A STANDSTILL  (Fort George Tribune)  Building operations are at a standstill for want of nails, windows, sashes  and tar-paper. There are none, lo be  had. A, McKinnon, contractor, has  prepared plans for seven buildings  which, owing to the dearth of material  above stated will have to be postponed  till the opening of navigation. The  road to Quesnel is impassible for teams,  several bridges having been washed  out, and only suitable for pack animals  For the Benefit of the outside world  we will enumerate the business houses  located here. The list is not a very  extensive one, but will show where the  business centre of the, district will be  until such time as the Grand Trunk]  Railway locate their terminus on the  Indian reservation, not one mile from  where the Tribune office stands.  Wm. Blair & Co.'s general store, on  the corner of Second street and Hamilton avenue; Frank Hofercamp's office,  on Second street; the Fort George  Lumber & Navigation company's sawmill, at the foot of Hamilton avenue;  Gore & McGregor's office on Second  street, and A. G. Hamilton's general  store on the same street. The Hudson's Bay company store is located not  half a mile from the houses above  mentioned and adjoins the reservation.  CATARRH. Of READ  WhiCh Pt-rti'iiit Relieved'in a Short  Time,  Pnocalx Railway Tlmetaale.  C.   P.   R.  Leaves for Eholtand Nelson, 2.00 p.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     5.35 p.m.  GREAT   NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane ..        ..    9.00 a.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     5.10 p.m>  The first sale of government lots in  Stewart townsite, Portland Canal district, takes place in Victoria May 31.  *  <S vW* i. ���!&������������  MISS SUSIE M. KINGSWORTH.  MISS SUSIE M. &INGSWORTH,  400 Quebec St., London, Ontario,  wrlUia:  ,  "X began using Poruna last January,  when I had such a bad cold, ind 1 could  not get anything to help me.  "My nose and head were all stopped  up, so that 1 could hardly get my breath.  I though tat times that I would smother,  especially at night.  "I have no trouble with thht now. Th*  noise in my hood has all disappeared.  "Iknow Poruna will do Juiit what you  ���ay it does. I cannot praise Perunm too  highly, as it has done so much for me,  I hope my letter will reach other auffer-  ers."  Mrs. S. J. Kountz, 1015 Scovel atreet,  Nashville, Tenn., writes:  "I have had a very, bad cough nearly  ���11 my life, and I am forty-five'ye4r��  old. I have taken almost every kind of  cough mediclno that has ever been  made, but no 110 did mo much good. I  would have spells of coughing that I  thought I would cough myself to death.  I took Peruna, arid last -winter and thia  winter I have had no cough and I know  that Peruna cured me."  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry.   . . . . . ".'���'���. .--. . . .  Reco -LdundrV  ALL W RK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A 10-  THE  Land Registry Act  In the matter of an application for  duplicate certificate of title to lot nine,  block one, map one hundred and eighty  four, Golden Eagle addition, town of  Phoenix.  Notice is hereby given that it is my  intention at the expiration of one month  from the date of the first publication  hereof to issue duplicate certificate of  title to said lands issued to Joseph Black  on the 14th Febrnarv, 1906, and numbered 9427a.  W. H. Edmonds,  District Registrar  Land Registry Office  Kamloops, B.C.  March 5th, 1910.  Notice To Parents  Parents having children of school  age, viz. 6 years, and wishing to have  them begin their studies this coming  term must see that tht-y are enrolled  this week or on Monday, April  11th. The next period of enrollment  will be after the summer vacation.  This rule must be strictly adhered to  in order that all beginners may be  started off in the same class, and thus  conserve the time of the primary in  structor. Children under the school  age of 6 years cannot be enrolled.  Phoenix Board of School Trustees.  WANTED  Wanted���A man that can make a  model of perpetual motion and put it  up; will give half interest. Come and  see my plan. C. F. Igo,  Hale, B.C.  For Sale.  I offer for sale my residence on the  Golden Eagle addition, together with  all house furnishings, for $1500 cash.  The house is well located and has  a good spring water supply piped into  the building.  John McRae.  NEW LOCATION  The American Hand Laundry has  moved into their new building, back of  Idaho compressor, being more suitable for business. Send a card and  your laundry will be called for and  delivered.  Mrs. F. J. COVVLES, Proprietress  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  BSTA.BL.ISHBDIN188��.  THE MOST  PRACTICAL   HINERS'  PAPER    IN   THE    WORLD. & &  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every-day mining man. :        :        :        :        :        :        :        :  ���3   PER   YBAR-9AMPLB   ON   REQUEST  Published every Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  Land Registry Act  In the matter of an application for  duplicate certificate of title to lot 4,  block 1, map 00, Old Ironsides subdivision, town of Phoenix.  Notice is hereby given   that  it is my  intention at the expiration of one month  from the date of  the   first   publication  hereof   to  issue  a duplicate  cirtilicate  of title to said lands,   issued   to  Joseph  Trainer, on the 21st. January,   1002 and  numbered 6099a, unless in the meantime  valid objection be made to me in writing.  \V. H. Edmonds,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Office,  Kamloops. B.C.,  March 17th, 1910.  Dissolution of Partnership  Notice is hereby given that the part  nership   heretofore   existing    between  David Oxley  and  John   Hartman   as  Oxley and   Hartman,   formerly   of the  Summit hotel,  is   this  day  dissolved.  Hereafter  the   business   will   be  conducted by David Oxley, who   will  pay  for   all accounts  against   the   firm   of  Oxley &  Hartman  and   to  whom all  accounts due the said firm are payable.  David Oxley  John Hartman  Phoenix, B.C., March 15, 19 to.  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of their famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention this paper.  Engagement  Extraordinary  COMING  PHOENIX    OPERA    HOUSE  Wednesday, Mav"  TRANSCONTINENTAL TOUR OP  Jessie N- Maclachlan s  GRAND SCOTTISH CONCERT  COMPANY   PRINCIPALS  JESSIE N. MACLACHLAN  THE WORLD-RENOWNED PRIMA  DONNA  BARNABY NELSON  TENOR  ROBUSTO  CRAIGHALL SHERRY  REFINED   ENTERTAINER  R. BUCHANAN  PIANIST  AND CONDUCTOR  Reserved Seats, $1.00, at T. Brown's :i(i. ,i��...'.'..'.,.'.':'i,.,,r ������������!���  tliiii  ^7- ���* '/���������y.':'!  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOENIX, B.8.  BiiiMVourOwnforhine  By buying a Gold Bond from the International Invest-  y inent & 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  y<5% interest compounded annually. In Ten Years you  |���will have paid in $735.60, for which you will receive  $1,000 in a heap.  ; ^Spokane Real Estate a Specialty, on Small Cash  f,-P*^naa��ts'''and'������Easy. Terms.     Place   yotft   orders  through ot<r Local Agents,  |C6sgfrove ��. McAstocKer  ';%:y I We cordially invite YOU to call and see us when  visiting in Spokane.  ������:.'������:: 'PHONE MAIN  &  International Investment & Realty CO.  J. L. MARTIN, President  403-4 Eagle Block Spokane, Wash.  I'}  i  Tailoring'  i In and Around Phoenix |  IIRIKK. TOPICS  OF   LOCAL  AND   GKNKRAI. ����  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS, "* Sg  John C.'Tait leaves shortly for  Alaska.  L. J.   Stalls  Spokane.  M.   P.   Bradley  Butte, Montana.  New line of bulk  odors; at Love's.  Firstelass dry wood, any  sale; phone E32.;  VVi p. Parker lias closed his meat  and provision store.  Board and rooms at the Cottage  hotels���VV.Sutcliffe, prop.    ..  Furnished rooms to rent, Aetna  rooming house; apply. to A.   Webster.  Expert watch repairing at Black's  jewelry store;  satisfaction  guaranteed,  M. Mclntyre has sold his residence  and lumber business in town to C. A.  will   leave  shortly   for  left  Thursday  for  perfumes, popular  length, for  Dr. McLean was in town from  Greenwood Saturday.  J. A. Hartley, jeweler, is selling out  and will move to Victoria.'  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  House and lot for sale on Spion  Kop; Apply to O. Hanson.  Martin McHale went to Erickson,  Kootenay lake, on Tuesday.  Rev. F. V. VYnables of Greenwood  will shortly move to Quebec.    ,  George McDonald left for the coast  Tuesday to locate some land.  Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dickinson of  Nelson are guests at the Brooklyn.  For cleaning and pressing try Wallace, the tailor; goods called for and  delivered. :  For rent���nice suite of three rooms  for housekeeping at Biner block, centre I Ross  ��� ' 'I     Fresh and  toothsome chocolates���  G. VV. Rumberger returned  to town the most delicipus.of- confections���at  Tuesday after spending some weeks on Love's.  R. E. Brown of  Vancouver,  repre-  the: profit to you  l  j  WHEN you want a Suit of Clothes that will  fit you, give you comfort and plenty of wear,  let us Tailor for you. We have a choice selec-r  tion of suitiugs and the fashion plates. You  will find a distinctive finish about all our Suits.  J. Carson  MERCHANT  TAILOR^  t>& \  IF SO, WE HAVE ALL  ��� THE   REQUIREMENTS     .  Razors, Strops,  _ Brushes.  Creams, Lotions,.  Talcum, Soaps  in fact every requisite for an easy and refreshing shave.  PRICES RIGHT  LOVE'* DRUG STORE  PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.  UPPER .TOWN        .*�� PHOENIX, B.C.  SPRING SUITS  It's going to be an easy matter for you to satisfy yourself in  clothing this Spring if you come  here to do it. If you have ' any  pet ideas about what you want  you'll find us able to meet them.  Generous values���more than  your money's worth���that's the  idea were working on here. You'll  learn, if you haven't already, that  we make good along that line.  Our   clothes ��� whatever   their  price���are a full fifth .-better than  *   the clothes tbat come nearest  to  them in intrinsic  value  at  other  stores.  THOMAS BROWN  the prairies. ���  Brighten your rooms with wallpaper,  now selling at reduced prices at A.  Almstrom's.   . ���.'���,;  Alderman G. VV Rogers leaves in a  few days on an extended trip to Alberta, where he owns a ranch.  W. S Macy was in town from Spokane over Sunday. He states business  is booming at the "Rockaway.":  Manager A. B. Hood of the E.T.  Bank and Barrister Whiteside of Grand  Forks were in town on Monday.  Large and attractive lines of wall  paper being cleared at bargain prices  at A. Almstrom's, McRae store.  Cosgrove & McAstocker are now  local agents for the International  Realty & Investment company, of  Spokane.  VV. P. Moore arrived from Rossland  on Saturday to take a position as accountant with the Hunter-Hendrick  company.  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. For washing  underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses  and rifles.  The police and license commissioners have issued special instructions  to the chief of police to enforce the  city's bylaws.  For sale, the property known as the  Biner block, centre upper town; best  property in city to right person; price  very reasonable; enquire of owner on  premises.  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A44. C.  A. Ross.  Fire did $1000 damage to Capt  Swayne's house in Greenwood last Saturday morning. This was the third  fire in that city in two weeks.  When the fire whistle is blowing is  no time to think about insuring your  house and furniture. Don't put off  another day. You should also consider what company you insure in ; D.  J. Matheson represents the best companies.  presentiug   Bradstreets,   was   in   town  Tuesday.  Prof. Marks-came up from Grand  Forks Thursday to attend the bachelors'ball.  John D. McKay left on Monday for  Delia,, Alberta, to''look after his ranch  ing interests.      ;'  The popular' Juvenile Bostonians  will appear in Phoenix opera house on  Monday, May 2nd.  J. B. Boone is applying for a tranfer  of the Dominion hotel license to Summers, Schulli & Co.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  office in the bank block, Phoenix,  from May roth to 13th.  , William Humphries left Thursday for  the Shuswap district, where he will  locate on land staked- last summer.  Win. Reddy ,left Monday for the  Shuswap country, where he will, plant  some fruit trees on his ranch there.  J. L. Martin, manager of the International Realty & Investment company,  was in town from Spokane this  week.  Mrs. J. McRae went to Spokane on  Monday, where,Mr. McRae   will  join  There's  a  triple  profit  in  buying good  SEMI-  CLOTHES  They la1-1 twice as  lo the last.  long, and   keep their shape  They cost less, than the same quality of fabric  in retail tailoring.  They give you the right appearance  in  getting  along in the woild.  vJUmmer   Nccli.Wear��l-Tne necessary finishing touch to complete your  Spring outfit���Neckwear.    The Newest Shades, Snappiest Styles, the lowest prices.  We also have complete lines of Hats, Collars, Boots and Shoes, and Underwear.    Call and  see them; the quality will speak for themselves.  N. J. CARSON <a  LOWER  TOWN,   PHOENIX  CO.,  her in today en route to Prince Rupert  The First,/Thought mine  at Orient,  Wash., owned by P. Burns and associates, is reported to have been sold for  $4,000,000.  The Miners' Union gave a success  ful smoker in their hall last Saturday  evening, the proceeds of which were  sent to assist brother members at  Black Hills.      ?'  Dr. VV. H. Dickson has ordered a  new seven-horse power motor cycle  for this season,1' having sold his last  year's machine to L. Y. Birnie, who is  now giving it some speed tests.  Probably no ballad singer on the  concert stage has ever been able to  touch the hearts of her hearers quite  so completely as Jessie Maclachlan,  and her voice has certainly lost none  of its charm. She was recalled again  and again, and the audience could  hardly be persuaded tp let her leave  the stage.���Toronto Mail and Empire.  Water, the Delicacy  They say. the  water's harmless  if  it  thoroughly is boiled.  If you leave out salt  and  pepper you  will find its taste is spoiled.  It's delicious, we've discovered, if its  nicely fricasseed;  It is toothsome when you  stew it, yes,  it really is indeed.  It is rather hard to broil it, but we've  heard when it is fried  It  has a  luscious  richness  which  no  gourmand would deride.  If you bake it in   the  oven   when the  fire is good and hot,  It will have a taste appealing that will  really touch the spot. '.  We opine that Mrs  Uno   could  some  other ways devise,   . ;  But  in'culinary  matters  we   are  not  alas I so wise,  Still, these hints that we  have given  will be valued, we should think,  By a dry and  thirsty public  when it  goes to take a drink.-  OPERA   HOUSE,  PHOENIX  ONE  NIGHT ONLY  FRIDAY, APRIL. 22  FREDERIC BELASCO  PRHSENTS  ST. ELMO  The Dramatic Sensation of the Season, from  Augusta   Evans'   book  of  the  same   name  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  business centre, corner of Knob Hill  avenue and First street. Terms given  to the right parties. Apply to owner,  D. Oxley, Phoenix.  tin Parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  I  in connection.  AN EAY   SHAV  TYLI   H   HAIRCUT  REFRE HI      G  MASAGE  INVIGORATING  SHAMPOO  J. G. MHeS, Tohsorial Artist  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try  The Famous  Kohinoor  Chocolates  There are none  .   Better  '  NOTICE  I hereby challenge Billy Biner, the  Welterweight Champion of B. C, to a  15-round boxing contest, 30 days from  date.    (Signed),  Bob Pritchard.  Phoenix, April 16, 1910.  PRICES: $L50-$L00; CHILDREN, 50c.  Sale of Seats Opens for Subscribers on TUKSA Y at Tom Brown's  Regular r=nle Next Day.  NOTE���A   full   house  for  St.'  ELMO  secures  all  the   Belasco  Attiactions for Phoenix in the future.  NOTICE  Notice is herebv eiven that thirtv  days after da'e I intend to apply to the  Board of Lict'iise Comuiissiinera for the  o'ty of Phoenix for a transfer of the  license now held by me for the Dominion'  hotel, in the city of Phoenix, B.C.," to  Summers, Hiliul'li & Co.  J. B. Boone.  Phoenix, B.C��� April 15,1910  An noun cement  Having purchased the Stationery and Fancy Goods business con  ducted for so many years by the Messrs. McRae Brothers, I beg to  announce that I will continue my business in the Lower Town as  well.    An up-to-date Stock of  Stationery, Office Supplies, Magazines,  Newspapers, Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, Confectionery, Tobaccos,  Pipes  and  Cigurs,   always   in   Stock,  and I hope by strict attention to business to merit the patronage of  the people of Phoenix. Don't send east for anything I keep in  stock until j ou see me.    I can save you money.  A1 bin A1 mstrom  wg^w^vsmemmm  p��oi��aisrt��ti  Here's A Hint!  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY BRAND,' ir  the basis of a tempting meal. It makes everything taste better. Try it���  and you'll alwayB buy it.    All milk is aereated before being sold.  Advertising  Talk-.;':��� ���'.'.-���  To make your advertising  pay you must put your best  thought into it.  It is just as important that  you do this as it is that you  devote your best efforts to  any other vital part of your  business.  Newspaper advertising is  conceded by America's,  most. successful met chants  to be the most profitable  of all.  If you desire To reach the  people of Phoenix and the .  Boundary country with a  word picture of the goods  you have for sale the best  medium by which you may  do so is  RR ES H    MIL K  That pronounced presence of Riih Cream is found only  in Purest Milk. That is the kind wo sell. We inv:te  you to become a judge by giving ua a trial. Phone Orders  to E. 32, ami ��am�� will he promptly attended to and delivered daily.  W. A. McKAY & SONS  B U L.L.ET I  \mlmy  'PM0ME E 92  W.  A.MCKAY <��& SONS,     The  Phoenix   Pioneer  Dbutsbsd to Aix Pasts or! ran Om  Cheap Round Trip First-Class Summer Tourist  Fares to points in Eastern Canada, New. England  Central and Western States.  Winnipeg, $60; St. Johns, $120  St. Paul - $60; Toronto, $01.50  St. Louis - $67.50  Montreal - $105 00  _ Tickets on sale only on following dates, May 2nd and oth,  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  W.   X.   PERKINS,   A.GE.NT  *f  '}���?'''."'V,''  '������H-S't  m  m  ���0M).  "-!�����;���  Ml  if-  i  Hi v - ���


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