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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 23, 1910

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 :^  '���-' ���' -��� ���'    "T"*W  -S-v'  ^  (                   (           t  .;.'i ; .  *./ -2  J+ "  '!?���-�� 4-*' , '     '  ' ;������  --.1 ;i  .-. j* .$ :  ;���> *,:  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL,  El.KVKNTH   YKAR.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA;  SATURDAY. APRIL 23,   joio  No, a��>.i  HT=REFORM  YOU'VE HAD TROUBLE WITH THE  FIT OR APPEARANCE OK YOUR LAST  SUIT, LET US:MAKE THE NEXT ONE  FOR YOU.  if if iff *f if if *c if *> #�����  We   have   a   Special Made-to-Measure  Department in   connection with   our regular  Sale of Clothing, whereby the man who demands/   F  Specially Tailored Clothes  can have them made to his measure by the expert  Tailors at headquarters, at about the same price as the  Ready-Made Clothing.  Your clothes will have an individual appearance,  and besides fitting absolutely, will have the snappy  style which has made this brand of clothing, so popular  in the past.  We are making an exceptionally large display of  Hats, Shirts, Collars, Neckwear  and Fancy Sox  which is necessary to have with your New Suit.  ' /      We have received a large shipment of TRUNKS,  /SU^,(CASESV CLUB. BAGS AND. TELESCOPES,  i-4A---o.MH-ri.t4-> - *-- -  FOR THE CLEANING-UP  SEASON  ^"^EPZfi&l&T���*  7f?  Hardware Department  GARDEN RAKES  GARDEN HOES  SPADES^ SHOVELS  KALSCX 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  , THOMPSON & CO.  NAVAL BILL PASSES  DOMINION HOUSE  Carried By Straight Party Division ���  Ottawn, April 20.���The naval bill  passed its third reading'in the house  today by 111 to 70, a government ma  jorily of 41. It was a straight party  division, there being no bolters.  The end came at 6 o'clock after a  whirlwind finish the opposition offering  no amendment but simply placing  themselves on record against this navy,  which was criticized today by Messrs.  Borden and Bristol and championed  by Mr. fielding. The bill now goes  to the Senate. The debate on the bill  ended crisply there being three speeches  all of a high order of merit.  The opposition fought the bill as a  whole, but offered no amendments, not  even the six months hoist.  This brought to an end the chief  legislation of the session. The bill  was before parliament for three months.  Introduced on January 12; the second  reading was moved in the beginning of  February, then came five solid weeks  debate. Afteir the second reading car  ried t'l ere was a lapse until Tuesday,  when the bill was put through committee.  CONSTRUCTION  BEGlMlNMAY  Valley! limes  GENERAL MANAGER    ]  VISITS GRANBY MINE  /r.  Work to Commence at Three  Different Points  Th? Hunter-Ksndrick Co., Ltd  drace Ca-atroa  (jrace Cameron's vaudeville engagements over the Wm. Morris circuit  were such a success that that gentleman has made a tremendous offer for  this petite little artist to return to them,  but the success of her new ' comedy  VNancy" has been such that she will  undoubtedly be seen in this clever play  for at least another year.  During the action of the play Miss  Cameron will present: her great character songs which won such favor on  the metropolitan vaudeville stage, including the Dago "Hariutch," "Help,  Whose Baby Girl, Are You," "If trie  Wind Had Only Blown the Other  Way," "I Wonder If That Funny  Little Boy Loves Me," "If  Every Girl  Eve," "How She- Gets Away With It  Is More Than I Can See," "Modern  Love," "Doctor Cure My Pain," and  "Little Dollie Dimples." Miss Cameron  and her delightful comedy "Nancy''  will be at the Phoenix opera house for  one night, May 6th.  "The program oCthe Kettle Valley  railway company fot this summer is. to  build a ten-mile extension of new road  up the north fork ofthe Kettle river;  complete the workfon the west fork  ten-mile stretch from Midway (where  grading has alreadjt been done), and  build an additional! ten miles further  up the valley, and,j; starting probably  from both ends buife from Merritt up  the Coldwater," said VV. P. Tierney,  head of the railway jcontracting firm of  Tierney & Co., .to t|e Phoenix Pioneer  while in the city on|Thursday.      s  Tierney & Co! will probably build  both the north fork and west fork sections. Mr. Tierney?said he was now  awaiting informatirih in... connection  with the contracts a��d expected that  operations would Commence at the  different points abqi>t.May,15th. The  survey work for these sections have  been completed so tjjat little delay will  be experienced . wjien construction  begins. . ; ,. ;.-|,1;.;., .:..  The connecting link of the road via  Beaverdell and Penticton will not be  built before next ,-,year. -Very ^Httle  practical survey wcwfc' has yet'been  done over that part of 'the route iwhich  will probably be thefirriost'difficuit;^  Mr Tierney was;irj"|'P.Koenix:f(>r*the  purpose ofXinspecttjhg 'work" 'oni''the  Wellington camp branch ofthe C.P.R!  which his company lias been  building.  Jay  P.  Graves  In  Camp  on  Wednesday  Jay   P.   Graves, vice president aiid  peneral n'lanjij-er: ot' the  Graiibv Consolidated Mininji, Sr/iel'iiig iiiui Power  company,  was a  visitor   in  camp o '  Wednesday.    He arri ed  with Superintendent R.E. Morgan of the Grea!  Northern   Tuesday   evening,   accompanied from Grand Forks by'IVafurer  G.   VV.   Wooster, leaving; at   11   ���������"���  Wednesday by special. .  .    Mr. Graves. was  here for  the  purpose of inspecting the works and   consulting   with   Superintendent   O.    B.  Smith and other officials  of the company  intimately  connected   with   the  development of the properties.    It is  about a year and a half since Manager  Graves   last   visited   Phoenix,   having  been in California for several   months  on account of ill  health, and  he was  here to acquaint himself as  far as possible with the. operations  ofthe company in order to present a' report to  the directors at their next  meeting in  New York on May 3rd.  "  The general manager had no'information to make public more1 than his  remarks which appeared   in   the  last  issue of the Pioneer.   He will"probably  consult with J; J. Hill, who   is due in  Spokane next  week, prior to leaving  for the east; >���������:���'���'.  Boundary Mining Notes  iThe new mill at the Jewel mine is  about completed and the tramway is  now under conduction.  Diamond drilling on the recently-  bond-id claims of the Granby company  in Suinmit-camp is progressing favorably and the results are understood to  be quite satisfactory to the company.  The drill is now operating on claim  No. 18.  STRIKE ON AT  GREENWOOD  Men Walked Out pn  1 uesday  Will Report onCoil Maasuroi  R. G. Drinnan, who has been engaged by a Vancouver, syndicate to examine and report on coal-bearing lands  on Graham Island of the Queen Charlotte. group, has had many years' experience in the practical management  and development of coal mines. He  is best known in this province from his  long connection with the mines of the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal company, in  southeasCKooteriay, of which he Was  general    superintendent    for    several  Harry Johns, superintendent of the  Jackpot mine, was in town Thursday.  He states work is going along as usual  at the British Columbia Copper company's Wellington camp property, thirty  men being employed, and everything  is being got in readiness for shipping,  awaiting the arrival of the steel on the  new branch. When the British Columbia smelter resumes operations the  Jackpot4 will be on the shipping list.  It is expected that a settlement   will  shortly be reached between the British  Columbia Copper company and  the  New Dominion by the former securing,  full representation on   the  directorate  of the latter.    The Lewisohn interests  will retire from the Dominion board in  favor of nominees of the British   Columbia   company,  which controls   53  per  cent,   of  Dominion  stock.    The  understanding has been reached as the  result of the efforts of a ,committee  which included J. E. McAllister,  general manager ofthe  British Columbia  Copper   company.    This  will   hasten  the commencement of operations  oh  the Dominion properties and it is altogether probable when the Greenwood  smelter resumes the Dominion's Rawhide mine will be a shipper.    .  British Columbia Copper Properties Closed  It will be a matter -^.^uti^shorVtime   year3i    Afterwards  hi;  filled a similar  r��� ������^w��� <!*,���   r:-.,,.,   a^.-.. xirtC^lTB��>ra"^y  comPan?*,.* A7t]FK-u&Ji   one) also operating coal mines in the Crow's  Nest Pass country.     Last yearhe was/  Oddfellow*' Anniversary  Next Tuesday will be the 91st anniversary ofthe founding of the Independent Order of Oddfellows in America. Anniversary services will be conducted in the Methodist church tomorrow (Sunday) evening and Snow  shoe lodge, No. 46, will attend in a  body. Members of the lodge are requested to meet at the hall at 7.15  p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially  invited to attend.  of the trestles "is-not yet 'finished,! a  large crew have commenced ballasting  from the junction and next week should  see them close to the Jackpot ���'mine.  Boundary Side Lights  Rosi Rifle at BUley  The council of the National Rifle  Association having received a certificate from the Canadian department ot  Militia and defence that the Ross rifle,  mark two double star, is the recognized service arm in the Dominion, the  council has decided to treat mark two  as admissible to all competitions for  service rifles at Bisley.  Oeaeral Election  Ottawa, April 20*!-*-Rumors are cur  rent here tonight that the government  intends to appeal to the people this  autumn. Color is given to these reports by the fact that Sir Wilfrid  Laurier has decided to make a tour of  the west in July and August, accompanied by Mr. Graham and possibly  Mr. Fielding.  Coral Social  The Methodist choir purpose giving  another "choral social" next Thursday  evening in the Methodist church.  This is the second of its kind and  those who were present at the first  were highly pleased with the entertainment. Refreshments will be served.  Admission 25c.  Baseball Practice Tomorrow  Local baseball enthusiasts are getting  busy and should receive encourage  ment generally so that a good team  may be placed in the running. Other  towns have teams organized and Phoenix has plenty of material if they would  get down to practice. All loose base-  ballers are requested to be at the park  tomorrow afternoon.  Werner's 'orchestra intends giving a  dance on Thursday evening, April 28.  Born���In Greenwood, on April 15,  to Mr. and Mrs. William McLellan, a  son.  E. Engen of Grand Forks, the well-  known athlete has gone to Norway for  a trip.  Henry Folger, a pioneer of Grand  Forks, died in that city last week, aged  62 years.  Negotiations are now under way for  the leasing of Union hotel, Eholt, to  O. D. Bush of Phoenix.  Thomas Fleming, accused of horse  stealing at Grand Forks, has been released on suspended sentence.  Objections are made to 85 names  being retained on the voters' list of  Grand Forks riding. In . Greenwood  riding the number is 163,  L. A. Campbell, -. manager of the  West Kootenay Power & Light company, was through the Boundary on a  tour of inspection last week.  Saturday's regular passenger train  to Nelson was derailed two miles east  of Eholt. No serious damage was  done though it required several hours  to clean up.  Miss Jessie Maclachan has done  more for the interpretation of national  music throughout the world than any  other living artist.���West Australian.  Hear her in Phoenix on May 1 ith.  F. Walker, recently acting C.P.R.  superintendent of this division, and  now the company's general instructor  for this province, was in Eholt Monday  evening holding a school of instruction  All active C.P.R. employees in Ihe  Boundary were in attendance.  With the current issue Randolph  Stuart relinquishes the editorial pen on  the Boundary Creek Times at Greenwood and intends leaving shortly for  ihe prairies. During the ten months  Mr. Stuart has been at the head of the  Times he has produced a bright, clean  weekly and in his departure the Boundary loses a pioneer. He came to  the district seventeen years ago and ill  the early days was connected with the  Midway Advance, Hewill be succeeded  on the Times by S. T. Hall of Grand  Forks.  Rowland Real Estate Deal  A real estate deal which is the  largest that has taken place in Rossland for a considerable period, and  which may prove to be an immense  boost to the camp, has been put  through during recent days, says the  Rcssland Miner. Louis Blue has sold  the Palace building on Columbia  avenue to W. R Clements, of Moscow,  Idaho. This gentleman has not purchased the premises to do business in  them himself, but a friend, named  Tanner and his wife, will run them.  Mr. Clements has wide interests in  various parts of the Northwest, and is  a man of keen business acumen. He  sees no reason why the premises should  not be made a paying proposition, and  he has implicit faith in Rossland's  future. The building will be thoroughly cleaned up and will be run as  a place of amusement and a boarding  establishment.  Election ol School Trustee  The resignation of V. M. Sherbino,  who has left the city, as trustee and  secretary-treasurer of the board was  dealt with'a't a meeting of the board  Tuesday evening. The city clerk was  instructed to call for an election to fill  the vacancy.  Nominations will be held at the  city hall on Wednesday, April 27th,  and the poll, if necessary, will take  place on the 30th inst.  A  No Truth to Rumor  rumor  has   been   diligently  circulated through the Boundary to the  effect that trouble was brewing in  Phoenix Miners' Union with the probability of a strike in the near future.  The Pioneer is authorized to state  officially that there is no foundation to  such a rumor. Neither Phoenix nor  Grand Forks unions have discussed  the probability of .1 local strike.  James Bryson had  his arm   proken  Thursday evening, the result of a fall.  '< '  '  '    '* Y\  The employees of the British Columbia Copper company at the Mother  Lode and Oro Denoro minei and,the  Greenwood smelter, numbering about  350, quit work on Tuesday morning,  and today all is stillness at each of the  properties���so far as mining ir concerned. At the smelter about twenty  men' are   cleaning   up   and' making  repairs.  '  The strike was the result of a vote  taken among members of the Greenwood' Miners' Union of Western~Fed-  eration of Miners last Saturday evening,  but is the outcome of friction existing  pi evious to the asking for a conciliation board last January   The trouble arose over the employing of members of other labor organizations as well: as non-union   men, and  early in January the Greenwood union  VV, F. M., notified the British Columbia: Copper company that,the members  in its employ'would quit work on Jan.  roth   unless  the company  agreed, to  employ members of the Federation exclusively.,v The company, replied that  it was  impossible  to coerce its employees to join  the Federation, -. A  conciliation   board   was   applied i;for  and, granted by Ottawa, sat in Greenwood in February.    The report of the  finding ofthe, commission, which,, was  favorable to the company, was recently  issued : by    the    labor   department.  Greenwood union then took action and  ~^e6\^^^^rot^'x\\^Xy^^C^or^  on Tuesday, x The company posted a  notice at Mother Lode mine on Mon-  ��� _ , ...        1 day   that  those  wishing  to  continue  Copper Company s smelting works at        . ,. . ,  /-. . .    , '      , I work would be given employment.  Greenwood,   and   thereafter   assistant       _,, , _    ,,  ������������-...      ,      ���  ��������� , .     ���        . f     The general   manager, J.   E.   Alc-  supenntendent  of the  smeltery   until   .... .      ...  .      . .    .  ' Aliister, is still in  the east, and ,the  company's interests are in charge of  Superintendent E. G. Warren, who,  acting under instructions from the  British Columbia Cop per directors,  gives little hope of immediate settlement.  Nollce to Employees  The following notice was posted  around its properties yesterday over  the signature of the company:  "Former employees, who left this  company's service in disregard of the  decision of the Board of Conciliation,  have until seven o'clock Monday  morning, 25th inst., to apply for work,  failing which they will not again be  employed by the British Columbia  Copper company."  tha Late Rudeiph tlden  The late Rudolph Liden, whose  death , was recently reported to have  taken place in Mexico, Was well known  in the Boundary Creek district,f for he  lived' at Greenwood 'for about! five  X^St^Qg^io^^^,!-^^  tion engineer under Mr. Paul Johnson  during-  the   period  of   erection   and  engaged in examining for a   Canadinn I equipment  of the  British   Columbia  syndicate a large area of valuable coal  lands in western Alherta, north of the  Canadian   Pacific  railway   main' line.  His lengthy experience and   extended  knowledge of coal   measures  and the  development of coal   seams  will make  his report on the Graham Island  coal  lands his principals are interested in of  more than ordinary value  and   usefulness.  of the smeltery until  Mr. Johnson's retirement, when he was  acting supeiintendent until the time of  Mr. J. E. McAllister's taking charge as  superintendent. From Greenwood Mr.  Liden went to Hadley, Alaska, to  again assist Mr. Johnson in smelter-  building, that time for the Brown  Alaska Company Later he was with  the Allis-Chalmers people in the  United States, engaged in engineering  work in connection with that firm's big  machinery manufacturing business.  For several years prior to his death he  had resided in Mexico. He was a  skilled engineer, capable and efficient  in his professional work, while in his  private life he had many friends, for he  was of an engaging personality. His  death while yet in the prime of manhood came as a surprise to all in the  northwest to whom he was known.  John Love spent a few days of this  week in the Similkameen on  business.  S-JasasHSHsasasEsafizsHsasHsssHsasHsasHsasHsssasHSHSssasEszsEsasaszsaspj  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  April aj, 'to  The following table givei the ore shipments of Bounrtsry mines for   1900.  1.1903. 1904,  1905.   1906.   1907, 1908 and [909. as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Minis. 190'       too]       1904       >9o$ 1900  ] Grauby Mines... 309,858 303.71*  549,703 053,889 801404  1 Snowshoe ..    ao.800   7i.ai3    M.    ....._...     8ua6  j Phoenix Ama!._    _      1 B. C. Copper Co.  MotherLode_ 141.33d 138,079   !74,*9<! '47-57"- 105.900  1907 1908 1909 1910 Week [  6I3-S37 '��-*3.747 1,067,983 401,576 *3,4��8j  135,001       48,!>36      170,360    57,940     3.75��,  B. C Mine   Emma _  Oro Denoro....  j Bonnie Belle   ] Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem-  rdaho-   Rawhide   Sunset-   Mountn Rose-  Athelstan   Morrison -  JR. Bell   jBenator   I Brey Fogle���   No. J7   J Reliance���   1 Sulphur King;-..  ! Winnipeg- ........  I Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  ��� 3ig Copper   I No. 7 Mine   ] City oi Paris   1 Jewel   I Riverside    lCarmi.-   j Sally   I Kambler   I Butcher Boy....  ��� Duncan   ��� Providence   J Klkhorn   . Slrathmoie .���  1 Golden Ragle...  1 Preston   1 Prince Henry.���  J Skylark   1 Lost Chance   K. P. O. Mine...  Bay   I Mavis ���   Don Pedro   1 Crescent ��...  ] Bruce   Republic   Miscellaneous.-  14.811  8.530  19.365  ".9J7  15.537  37,960  16,400  7.455   15.731  .'.'.'.'."*    "iioTo  3.339  ���"������35��  J.070  J.SSO  8?  ISO  560  785  635  483  3,060  "890  I./so  4.586  363  S.4SO  333  364  33  ', 9.485  3,007  S5-73'  as,108  3,os6  4,747  1,833  1488  11,804  3.177  308431  1,713  l8,J74  U.481  345  3��,8<��  350433 140,105     6,300 J  66,630        8.9J3     4.4'S  140,685  3.960  ���6,033  48.390  3.555  43.395  13,353  64,173  31.370  31.-W8  649  5.780  10,740  530  130  33  150  586  79   30    30  143 '06    76  sas  993  4co  167  500  716  JJ5  SO  3��  60  750  7.0  150  58r,  ���55  73  500  I 140  40  140  589  90  "65  40  700  30  146  3'  30  45  Total.tons   50S.876 690,419 839,808  -33.633 1.161.537 1.148,337 1,487480 1^598.715604 408 33,833 j  Sa?aenbyCo!!'.!.,r.e.ntJ:3.340 401.931   353.596 687,9-SS S38.879   637.616   10J7-544 I.043.837 384-791   33.370 [  \j\ B.C. Copper Co.    uS.fco 163,913   310484  110^30 133.740   34L953    3<M,850   34',->70  139,060   3.3��9 [  341.953  153-439  13.66S  [}: Dom. Cop. Co-           i3'-57��    30,93��   84,059 318,811  C! Total reduced-     460,940 697.404 837.66' ofa.877 1.173430 1.133.017 < J59.o6o 348439  ���  ��� Q-j  ���Jmvii&imti'LmimM PH.nENIX PIONEER, PHARMIX, B.C.  ?���;-"''/'  Loose Tea Loses Flavour  It not only loses flavour, but worse than this, loose  tea takes on new odors, such as coal oil, molasses,  onions, coffee, soap, etc.,���to say nothing of  Its exposure to the sun, dust, dirt and  air.    Therefore for your protection  ifl It. I JW'D t.  PROVINCIAL.  Ill told only in sealed lead packets���never in  bulk.  ������ Black, Mixed and Natural Croon, 40c, 60c, 60o and 70o per lb.   TKc PbqeniY Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  OaOBD Ot�� ���A.TUBD'.Va at T-aB  PIONEER PUBLISHING COl  a* rBoaoiz, a. c  wrrw*'?'  -Tt-aa-akoaaa  IfiSA'&V.,.  rroaacairrioi.   m 4DVanca.  ParXa-ar..  ,F��,-J*a O^ ������������������. J*r war...   T. Aj^RCQ LOVE, MANaa-csi   Is.oe    I-'S  UMlONI^jCABI-rV  StxvsvaAY, Apjril 33, 1910  Forestry means control of Nature's  powers by man for His own ends. If  we understand the life of the forest we  - cm make ft/<row what we want instead  of-whatever'it'pleases Nature to vouchsafe as! Before the forester begins to  cut-he asks himself what the effect wjll  -fee sad governs his cutting accordingly.  Perhaps the natural forest is made up  ' of-a number of tree species, of which  one or two are 'particularly valuable,  others usable, but less valuable,' and  'Others-unmarketable. He must see to  it that'the result of the cutting is not  -to-jpve'him a future forest made up of  ^valueless trees.' -He therefore studies  -the relative'reproductive powers of the  ' different species, their ability to fight  'with each other for'standing room, and  * the length of time that" each will t-e-  reach   merchantable > size.  NEW PROCESS FOR  SMELTING ORES  Of intense interest is a company  promoted by' Americans which has  just secured incorporation in Canada.  It is the Canadian Metallurgical Company, the backers of which are said to  be C. H. Carpenter, president of the  Herring Hall-Marvin Safe Company, of  New York, and W. H. Alexander,  president of the International Metallurgical Company, of the same place.  The object of the company will be  better understood by metal men, particularly when it is stated that it controls for Canada the Baxeres process  for the extraction of metal from gold  and silver ores, and from silver and  copper ores. The process can be  operated with very small and cheap  installation anywhere there is ore to  treat, and it can handle ores that are  refractory to a smelter.  An enormous advance in the copper  industry of Canada is predicted and  many workable ore bodies soon become.richly paying properties.  quire'to'  " Then irie "decides'what is the best that  -he can make-Nature do for him under  the circumstances and goes ahead.  Silviculture,���the science of growing  trees,���is still in its infancy in this  country.    The forests of Europe have  *'been' so long under management that  " full data are available for deciding all  the questions involved. One of the,  fundamental tasks of national forest  administration is to gather' these data  for own country. Already enough has  been done in this direction to enable  the Forest service to cut timber with  confidence that the results will be good.  'Doubtless these results will gradually  reveal -ways' in which great improve-,  ment can'be made and it will be many  years before forestry can reach the,  point at which our practice will come  up to the best standards of older  countries. If the Government is , to,  handle its own forests, set aside for  permanent usefulness, in such a way as(  to get the most out of them' for the,  ,ipu,blif,.inyIejE,tigation, and experiment  ,mu��b*gp,,in band with adminstration.  The forester faces a danger peculiar to  his profession. If he makes a mistake  jhfoiig^ Jack of knowledge it may be  many years, -bejqre. he,���-qr his _ successor,���finds it .out. It- is -therefore  of the utmost importance to start right.  C-Jnl* Cjftfs ��eld; as in .all others, man  reaps what he sows; but not until a  longs-time .afterwards. Foresight is  therefore called for to an extraordinary  .degree.    If the scientific  investigation  , .of foxest. problems is not prosecuted  vigorously and with the highest intelligence the interests of the public will  Sttffer.���American'Review of Reviews  for April.  ������'�����" ������  Will Amalfa-atie "  By a vote taken recently the Moyie  Miners' Union expressed themselves  as being in favor of amalgamating with  the United Mine Workers of America  and thus becoming affiliated with tbe  American Federation of Labor. It is  stated that most of the unions are  voting in favor of this project and,  while the total vote will not be counted  until April 30, it is predicted that the  proposal will be carried by a good  majority.  Oil Nasr/Uhoroft  Oil  in  good   quantities   has  been  found about 40 miles west of Ashcroft  along  the  Thompson   river.  ���It   was  found in shale and made a good test.  The claims are owned   by John   Mc J  Gi/livary,* George Chataway and A.M/  Leitch.  RICH RED BLOOD  You Will Never Have it as long  as You Have Dyspepsia  Just as long as you have dyspepsia  your, food will not properly digest, and  the nutritious elements in the food will  not l>e extracted or absorbed, and impoverished or watery blood will follow.  Thisicondition may not be apparent  at .first, but it will come just as sure as  the sjun will rise again.  Any stomach ailment, including all  forms of'indigestion, can be promptly  cured by using Mi-o-na tablets, a sciert;  tific treatment unsurpassed.  It stops fermentation, belching of  gas and taste of sour food almost at  once.  ' The' mighty power of Mi-o-na to  invigorate and restoie the stomach to  perfect condttiomis known everywhere,  , Mi-o-na cures by building , up���by  banishing the rause. For thin people  it is a great flesh builder, because it  causes the'stomach to-give more and  .purer nutrition to the blood. It cures  sea and car sickness and vomiting ot  pregnancy.almost immediately. John  Love sells Mi-o na for 5c cents a large  box, and guarantees it to cure or  money back.  The finest fabric Is  not too delicate to  be .safely washed with  Sunlight Soap. When  other soaps have injured  your linens  and faded  tbe coloured  things, remember tbe  word Sun  light  CURES .CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis. Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  money back. Sold and guarantttd b��*  JOHN LOVE, Druggist.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1999 ORE RECORD  Sblpmeais sad Smelter Recelpti Per Year 10  Dale.  Ore shipments from the various  mine:, of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1910 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YBAR.  Boundary 34,839     574.612  Rossland    4.3**5        75,711  East Columbia River 5,771      100,535  Total. .     ���44.935  SMELTEP    RECEIPTS  Granby   ..   ..  23.37-J  B.C. Copper  Co...  8.35��  Trail   9.793  750.858  379.381  138,385  151,108  Total.  41,519   668,774  There is a Jack of labor for interior  lumbering.  Kamloops is agitating for a new  post office.  Bread sells for 25 cents a loaf at  Fort George.  North Vancouver ratepayers want a  new name for their city.  Summerland is to raise $80,000 on  debentures for various public improve  ments.  Trail City council Contemplates purchasing Brown's Hall for municipal  offices.  Penticton is making a strong bid for  one ofthe government's demonstration  orchards.  An effort is being made at Salmon  Arm to secure the necessary enrollment for the formation of a Rifle As  sociation.  J. W. Brandrith, who has inspected  nursery stock and orchards at Pentic  (on, reports that he found little to complain of.  The various saw mills in and around  Fernie have all commenced operations  and a phenomenal cut is looked for  this season.  Eleven new locomotives of the large  Atlantic type are ordered by the C.P.  R. for service on the Thompson and  Cascade divisions.  VV. A. Jowett, formerly publisher  of the Nelson Miner,' is back to the  ICootenays after a residence of three  years in England-  George Poulton of Upper Bonning-  toti, was last- week selected as general  manager of the Nelson Street Railway  company from a long list of applicants  John Matthews, recently brought  hack from Ontario, has been com.  mitted for trial at Nelson, in connection with the burning cf the C.P.R.  steamer Moyie last October.  News has been received of an  important strike at depth in the  Rambler Cariboo in the Slocan, the  cpmpany's slock, which long had stood  at 8c and 10c, jumping to 30c, with  no sellers.  The provincial bureau of information is being delighted with inquiries  in regard to the country along the  route .of the Grand Trunk railway.  .Many settlers are coming in from the  United States,.  J. ��. Griffiths, provincial government  engineer, was in Fernie last   wpek,   at-/  tending to  the  strengthening   of- the'  banks, of the river Elk, so as to  avoid  a repitition of the damage caused by  the floods of last,spring.  Nelson now enjoys a "dry" Sunday  the hotels and saloons having ibeen  warned not to sell liquor on the first  day of the week in future, and also to  allow an unrestricted view of the interior of the bar rooms from the streets.  A baseball team has been organized  in Penticton, and the Press says that,  judging from the number who attended  and the general interest shown, Penticton should this season carry off the  scalps of all the members of the Okan  agan League.  R. Marpole, vice-president of the  Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway cqm  pany, says there is a scarcity of labor  on the Alb'erni branch construction  work, and this will result in retarding  construction unless more men are  brought into the province to meet requirements in this respecr.  F. C. Selous, the renowned African  hunter explorer, collector and author,  the associate of Theodore Roosevelt,  ex president of the United States on  the latter's hunting trip of nearly a  year through.the wilds of Africa, spent  Sunday in Nelson, the guest of Mayor  Selous, his first cousin.  The Fraser River Lumber company,  whose mills' at Millside, near New  Westminster, are said to be the largest  in the world, has sold all its holdings  to the Canadian Western Lumber  company, which recently secured incorporation ' papers at Ottawa. The  deal involved-nearly $30,000,000.  A discount of 25 per cent, on provincial taxes, instead of 10 per cent.,  as formerly, will be allowed if same  are paid before the 30th day of June  next. This applies to 1910 taxes only.  On real, personal property and income  taxes a discount of 10 per cent, will  be allowed. On wild and timber land  the usual discount will prevail.  Instructions have been issued by the  department of public works for the  preparation of plans for the new government offices at the city of Kaslo, it  oeing the intention of the government  to invite tenders for this structure at  an early date in order that the contract may be awarded and the building  completed, if possible, during the pur-  rent season. The work is piovided  for in a vote of $30,000 contained in  the estimates of tbe recent session.  SETTLERS RUSH  TO FORT GEORGE  VV. F. Cooke, ah old timer nt Fort  George, is at present in Vancouver and  tells a very interesting st ry about ihe  growth and development of that  district.  There are, he says, about 200 in  habitants located in Old Foit G>orije,  which is the hub of the surrounding  country. The; jj&nd is espirially  adapted to mixed farming, and the  people are beginning to realize the  great boom which is expected to'lake  place this summer. Mr. Cooke said  that as he ;was 'on'his .way to Vancouver he met settlers, rushing to take  up land, from northern Oregon, Ontario and from all over the jountry.  The Fort George Navigation and the  British Columbia^ Express companies  will operate six boats on the Fraser  river this season in anticipation of the  expected development. These boats  will operate between Soda Creek and  Fort George, while automobiles will  run between Sad^. Creek and Ashcroft  along the old.paribbo road, a continuation of which runs into Fort  George. A special boat will run between Fort George and the Necbaco  valley country.   jr-w  There is every indication that the  present influx ofjsettlers will continue  during the next few months, said Mr.  Cooke, and two~banks are preparing  to start operations there. The Bank  of British North-America has already  opened a branch, and the Northern  Crown bank will soon open for business. Three general stores supply the  surrounding country with provisions,  and a school and post office are established. >!  The waterfront is beginning to assume an appearance of prosperity. A  sawmill is at work, and the wharves  and landings are quite out of propor  tion to the size of the town. A short  distance up stream is the site for the  Grand Trunk Pacific bridge, wh'ich is  to span the Fraser river, and it is proposed to build-* branch line through  Fort George.   ��-'���  Women's Secrets  There ia one man in the United Statea who has perhaps heard  more women's secrets than any other man or woman iu Ibe  country. These secrets aro not secrets of *fuilt or shame, but  the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Or.  j{. v. Pierce in the hope and expectation of advice and help.  That few of theso women have been disappointed in their expectations is proved by the faot that ninety-eight per cent, ol  all women treated by Dr. Pieroe hove been absolutely and  altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the  oases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when  that record applies to the treatment of more than half-a- million women, in a practice of over 40 yeara, it is phenomenal,  and entitles Dr. Pierce to the -gratitude accorded him by women, as the first oi  speoiolista in the treatment of women's diseases.  Every aick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without  charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without  any printing or, advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. K. V. Pierce, Presto,  Buffalo,  N. Y.m  FAVORITE   PRESCRIPTION  DRAYINQ  = r  Of all  kinilN  prompt I v  aiK'n-l***  to.    Kftpid  Express arid  Bni-icBire  Tiansfcr.   Caiviul ntiontion io 1  oi'ders. Phone AflP  JAHES G. flcKEOWN  DR. PIERCE'S  -jUEaasLOM   -TOr-oA-Xt. "K/VoxtOLOJa.  SSttxroxxKt  jSiolK.  'W oxuo-a  'Well*  I DEANE'S HOTEL I  B   ��� DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.   %  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by  hot water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation  of the public. Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals  served at all hours, special attention being given the  Diningroom.  Centrally  Located on rhe Bridge, Fifth Street,  Phoenix.  TELEPHONE   46  A. S. HOOD,  Plre, Lite and   Acclden  Insurance.  Oencral Attn  ___ '  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  POR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH, HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  =3  STEAM   HEATED.  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.  KingEfJward Lodge, No.3o  A   F. anil A. M.  ��T!V R?,r,i''5.r1con"wn��catloiiSp. ���*,.     ��<*.  v'JI rt  ���oml Thursday oreHch month.  ������X'A K?;,-T'"-"* ;n����ln(js fn-ci-.llc-1-Mi-..or-l'  x***\ Hull   McHnlc Klock.  A  .3 COOK  Mecrelarv.  K. 8. PKA3KK  W.M.  I. Q. O.,"F.  9NOWBHOK I.ODQK NO. .*.  vleetn etety Monday Hvenlnif  ��l Miner.' Hal  "(siting hrrtbien cordially Invited. '  ,T A. Lovit, Noble Uraud  W. A. I'iCKAaD. Fin  8ec��.  W. A. Cook, Record.   Becy.  IIOK NIX   AICK IK   NO. 1  +9^3VXHIttX1&&^X&X&XXXXX'.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  Steam   j*    Heated  JAMES MARSHALL, Prop. Phoenix. B.C.  SAVEP  HER  FINGER.  ���**M*MM*  M*a  ft*  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Importi-d and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As we ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make   the  prices right, and give prompt  shipment'.  Mrs. B. K. 'Bedwell, of 337 Pro-  ���anchor Ave., St. Boniface, Winnipeg,  aajre s��� ����� Some tim�� ago my children  took diphtheria, and while attending'  them th* poiaqn entered a smnll eoratoh .  onthVaecond 6nger oi my left hand.  Thiabecamts very sore and blnod-poiBon-  ing aooa aea in. For months after the  children werar quite well I was auffer-  . ing from a ahpckingly bad finger. Tlie  acratoh waa canned originally by ��� pin,  and in itself, was not at all aerious.  The eonaequences, however, of neglecting this aoratah, were rery serious to me.  "When tha blood-poleonW set lnl tried  poultices and a salva. I had In the ho'iae.  These, howerer, did not have the desired  street. Quite,on the contrary the finger  became more and more swollen and aid-  colored. It then began to tester, and I had  to call ia ��� doctor. Ha lanced the finger  to let out the pus, and you can imagine  how painful tha finger want Dosjilto bis  care, however, it again teetered and the  ointments, ltnlmsnta, and other preparations which the doctor gave me seemed  absolutely unable tobringaboutanyrolief.  " The doctor thereupon advised me to go  Into the 8t. Honifu.ce Hospital. 1 reared  that MI went to tbe Hospital tho finger  would be amputated. We were told of a  case similar to my own In whloh Zam-Buk  had effected a our* when everything else  had failed and th* doctor had said that  only amputation oonld save tho person's  'hand.  "Wo, therefore, decided to give Zam-  Bulca. trial. A supply-was procured, and  we commenced tho Zam-Buk treatment.  ^Ik only needed a few days to show the  wlxdom of this step. The olood-polsoning  and inflammation wero reduced, the pain  became less acute, and it was evldont  very shortly that the trouble was being  reduced to a less and still less area. Wo  persevered with the Zam-Buk and in the  end the festering aore was thoroughly  cleaned, thon healed. In under three  weeks from first commencing with Zam-  Buk, tho finger was entirely well; and'  had weappltedZam-Buklntheflrstpln.ce.  Instead of trying ordinary preparations,  no doubt I; should have saved myself  hours n nd hours of acute agony."  All mother* should note this ease. Zam-Buk  Is a sun our* tor btood-polioulng, fexterini'Y  outs, scratches from barbed wire, brnlnet,  Kami, raahca. tatter, salt rheum, laoe sore*-,'  ntoara, pili-f, bid leg. rarlooa velni, and all  skin injur!?sand dlieaars.   (Co a box, all drug.  fists and stores orpo*it tree from Zam-Buk Co.,  ornnto. for prioe.    *���-*���-  ot free trial box.  Send lo stamp for postage  Refu*e-alli nltatlons.  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 now 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  premiseB occupied by D. Dearie.  K. V. Oiiisno'iiM.  Phoenix, B.C., March 31st, 1910.  Jas. McCreatb & Co.  GREENWOOD. B  C.  rt��?  Meelslu UulouHmi  Krlday evening.  Visiting    broiherr-  always wclcomr  '.Tlior on, w. V.  Orrln D. ttimli,  W.Bee  K.ofP.L0Di,E,No.28  g\ I'HOKNIX, B.C.   Mfiits t>\vry Tuehaiy  Kvkmi.no at 7 !K)   :    ���  uj.turning  Brothers Cwnlla'ly  welcomed :  W X. PNKK1NS C. C.  K.H. McCRACKKN  K. Of R.   S.  WOOD  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4,50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered ��n Short Notice.  'Phone B 32  Johnson & Anderson  oven es vcarsv  EXPCRICNC*  Muifiimnraf  UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT  FIRST-CUSS EQUIPMENT FOR LONG DRIVES, LIGHT  OR HEAVY TEAMING, CRAVING, Eta., at Reisoe*  sole Rates.  We aim to Please tnd Solicit an Opportunity.  DRY WOOD IN ANY QIANTITY.  McElroy Bros.  (PHONE 34)  Phoenix, B.C.  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic "uul juilicious care of money  By making frequent deposits in the Interest Department  By carrj*jng an account in the BusinesH Department  and paying for everything by check.  Trade Marks  DcaiaNS  COPVRIOHTS AC.  Anyone fending a sketch and ascription mar  qntcklr aacertnin our o-ilntoii rreo whether an  Invention Is probably patentable. Communications atrlctlrconflclantliil. HANDBOOK on Patent*  aent rroe. Ulilcat nceni-r for aocumia* patents.  Patent* tukon tbrouuh Munn a Co. reoalr*  tpteiol notice, without charge. In the  THIS PLAN  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to the  Board of License Commissioners for the  city of Phoenir for a transfer of the  license now held by me for ihe Dominion  hotel, in the city of Phoenix, B.C., to  Summers, Schulli & Co.  J.B.Boomb.  Phoenix, B.O��� April IB, 1910.  I  Curbs wasteful expenditure  Keeps an accurate tab upon outlay  Eases business transactions o  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  Scientific American,  A hwjd-Jomely iUnntrated wrekl7< Lanrest circulation of any ftWeutillc Jutinial. Terms for  Canada. $3.75 u, ytur, poataKe prepaid. Wold by  all newsdealers.  MUNN &Co.36'b���-"*. New York  Branch Oitlce, CJ8 F ''-, Waahlni;inn. D. C.  mineral act.  (POKM   P.)  Certificate of la-proretneols.  NOTICK.  Mt-Kinley Mineral Claim, situate in  the i-reenwootl Mining I ivision of Yale  District.  Where h-cated:���In Providence Cai> n  TAKK NOTICE, that I, A. A. M,*I-,-  tosh. Free Miner's Certificate No B26-IG8  intend, sixty davs froin .late hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take -notice that action,  under section 37, must he commenced  before the lssnance of such Certificate  of Improvements  Dated this Fifth daj of January, A .D.  L910  7-8  A. A   McINTOSII.  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. COWLES, Proprietress  THE KING'S HOTEL  . " The Pride of the Boundary."  PHOENIX, B.O.  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   -vleals  served   in   the   King's  GRILL   at all hours.  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager  ge9o��ooae9a9eo9as^��9.oetiemomm99as99Mmm9imtilim&mAn  coma.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893  NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home tor stud* ^,  -���nts of both sexes at moderate rates. ^  Has a preparatory class for junior stud-  its, doing grade public school work  Does high school work, confers all hi(rh  school privileges, and prepares for teachers'examination--. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives'  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 Arta Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Tor-  oato University, which the college is ia  tat affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Bev. W.J. Sipperell,B.A.,B.D.fPrinoi.  9alitu.Rm. J. T. Bo-acil, Baxutf  I  ���a-  Yi  Blfta^alaa��j*nMtl��MU,liB I  ��  '-"*  PHOENIX PIOMKfl, PHOEWIX, B.C.  Mark  ^Asaya-Neurall  THEN E W    REMEDY   FOR  Nervous  Exhaustion  Indigestion, Heartburn, Dyspepsia and Constipation result more  often from nervous exhaustion  than from food. Dieting or pills  will not avail. The only remedy is  nerve repair. "Asaya-Nku-  rau," is and makes possible this  cure. It feeds the nerves, induce  sleep, quickens tlie appetite and  digestion, and these disorders disappear. $1.50 per bottle. Obtain  from the local agent.  JOHN LOVE.  NOTICE  Public notice ia hereby given that the  Canadian Pacific Railway company (an  lenw-6 of and ex��-ri*ii*iiiu*" the franchise  of tho Columbia and Western Railway)  hus thin day deposited in the laud registry office in 'the city of Kuiulonps in  the province of -Rritinh Columbia, plan  and profile and book of reference showing  proposed extension of the Wellington  Ottmp branch to be constructed by tho  ���aid Canadian Pacific Railway company  from Station 101-80 to 8tation 170-00 of  the Wellington camp branch of the  Columbia and Western Railway, in lot  S701 Vale district of British Columbia,  and that thirty davs after this notice or  ho soon thereafter as tho application can  be heard, the said Canadian Pacific  Rnilway company intends to apply to  tho board of railway commissioners for  Canada for approval of the said extension of llui Wei Ingion camp brunch.  Dated this 7iInlay of April, l'MO.  R   Mai'I'oi.k,  General  Executive At-sli-taiil,  Canadian Pacific. Railway company.  Going to Frint-e for Capital  Announcement h;is been iii-ide of a  pn-jected visit to Paris, Fiance, of S.  S. Fowk-r, of Nelson, general manager  of the Ciinadhn Melal Company, in  connection with Ihe proposed securing  of nioie capital for ihe further develop  ment and Ihe equipment with suitable  pumping and hoisting machinery of the  Blue Bell mine, situated across K.oot  eniiy I.:ike from Ainsworth, the oldest  milling camp in tin: A'nswoj-ih Slocan  district. Mr. Fowler has been associated wild mining in the Kootenay district for 14 or 15 years, and in thai  time has done important work, in the  capacity of either engineer or manager,  at iie'veral well-known productive mines  Townsite Lot Silo  Great interest attaches to the cominp  sale of government townsite lots in  various sections of the province. The*  sale of Stewart lots is to be held in  Victoria on May 31, and some dozen  lots owned by the government in the  townsite of Soda Creek and squatted  upon will be put on the market. Other  sales of government lands in Tulameen  and Rock Creek townsites are probable  in the near future, details of which will  be taken up by the executive at its  meeting on Tuesday next.  Many vocalists attempt Scottish  songs but Jessie Maclachlan lives them.  She will be heard in Phoenix on May  nth.  The greai Baking Powder  of the country���  used in millions of  homes���-never  failed  Fifty Year*  tho  Standard  Phosphate/  CREAM  Baking Powder  Received the highest award  at Chicago World's Fair  Hams, Bacon, Lard  Burns' Choice Imperator Hams  Burns' Choice Imperator Bacon  Wm. Davies (Toronto) Hams  Wm. Davies (Toronto) Bacon  Shamrock    Pure    Leaf    Lard  The Quality is Excellent, and the Prices are Right.  P. BURNS & Co.,L,d Phoenix, B.C.  I'UOXK   NO.   il  FIRE,       L.IFB  ANr>  ACCIDBNT.  D. J. Matheson  MDKI.ITY      BONDS.  PLATP.    ULAHH  COM VII-i.-UO.SKU     FOR    TAKING     AFVIUAV1T8  ; PHOENIX,   B.C.  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  I�� Recount red  bjr  All   an thr  BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY.'  WHY?    Bei-mue its  '   turnitii; out. ol  a  manufacturer-) employ  all of their energy to the  perfect  Beer from  the bust  materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC.  PHONE 23  Phoenix    Brewing    Co.  B. C MINING  ���o  The output of the Hosmer mines is  increasing daily, and will soon reach  the thousand ton mark-  Marris Bros, of Rossland have sold  another property near FJazelton comprising four claims lying near the Silver  Cup property for $35,000.  Oscar V. White, of Sandon, superintendent of the Slocan Star mine, has  returned to the Slocan after having  spent a winter vacation in southern  California.  The Yankee Girl  mine at  Vmir  is  again shipping, but the   roads are  still  in poor condition.    Some very   good  ore   has   lately   been   located   in  Yankee Girl mine.  the  Crsiton Mill Burned  Nelson, April 18.���Last evening fire  broke out in the Rogers sawmill at  Creston, and in a few minutes the en  tire works were a mass of flames. It  whs a calm night, and the fire was confined to the mill property. The citizens turned out en mass and helped to  fight the flames, and to prevent their  spreading to the big lumber piles  The fire originated somewhere in the  engine room. The total damage is  estimated at about $10,000, partly  covered by insurance. The company  will at once start to  build a new  mill.  Jessie AUclachsa Coopasy  Lovers of good  shows should   not  fail to bear in mind the fact that Jessie  Maclachlan  and   her,   grand  Scottish  concert company  will  be in  Phoenix  I on the  evening  of  Friday,   May   n.  I Miss    Maclachlan    is    recognized   as  At Coleman the McGillivray   Creek   "Scotland's Queen of^Song,"  and is  a  English  JIMMY PAX  THE PUN MAKER  Jimmy Fax is again to visit us and  once more we will laugh over his  quaint sayings and his delightful com  edy, His appearances all over are  greeted with great success and this  tour of Western Canada is no exception to this rule. Many of our citizens who many years ago listened with  greatest pleasure to him will again have  an opportunity of hearing the king ol  Canadian comics. He is un3er the  direction of Wallace Graham of Hran-  don whose past 1 (Torts to cater to the  entertainment loving public have always met with the moit pronounced  success and whose name has always  stood fo'the very  best in  attractions'.  RERUN A A WONDERFUL B0ON  IN MY OLD AGE.  To Regulate Trusts  A bill has been introduct-d in the  Canadian parliament to tegulate trusts  in Canada, without the unsettling of  business which has characterized the  operation of the Sherman law. Where  a trust or combination is operating to  enhance prices or restrain trade, a  commission shall make thorough investigation, and advise measures to  correct abuses, or it may advise that  tariff protection on articles produced  by the trust be revoked. Non-coni  pliance with rulings will be punished  by fine of $1000 per day.  Baraabv Nclsoa  Batnaby Nelson is a talented teuot  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 nth.  NYAl'S  FAMILY REMEDIES  ARE   GUARANTEED  This is the season of the 3'ear when your  system is run down aud you blood requires a purifier. We recommend and  guarantee Nyal's Blood Purifier aud  Sarsaparilla.  Bargain Sale  IN  HAND-MADE   SHOPS  Coal & Coke Co. has its new tipple in  operation and will double its output.  Electric fans have been installed and  work on the new adit begun.  The Nicola Valley Coat & Coke  Co. is completing arrangements with  Scottish and English capitalists for the  installation of 1000 coke ovens so  soon as construction of the Kettle  River Valley Railway is under way.  The season's outlook, for the Sheep-  Creek-Ymir district is good. On the  Mother Lode near Salmo a large body  of good ore has been struck on the  No. 3 level. A quantity of ore from  this property is being shipped to Trail  smelter.  Several good strikes have recently  been made in the Slocan district. In  addition to the strike of good ore at  the Rambler Cariboo, a body of galena  averaging approximately 55% lead and  200 oz. silver has been located on the  Hidden Treasure claim of the Slocan  Star group. A streak of gray copper  averaging 600 oz. was also crossed.  Al the St. Eugene mine at Moyie,  the Consolidated Co. has put a crew  of men back in the upper workings,  which is taken as a favorable indication  of continued activity at this property.  About 800 tons of rich concentrate  is shipped from this property per  month.  master  both  compositions.  and  uisa.1- -.-!-��       ., ��.  Gaellc      Land Registry Act  MRS. MAHALA REID.  ' f/iartily Approves o/P'-ru-na anil Man-a-linfor Ktdneyand Bowel TrouU* \  000^^000000000^0��<K>000<yOOOO^K>000000^0<  ���K7TR8. MAHALA REID, Oorbyvllle,  . Ont., Canada, wrltos:  )����***�����������������    -�� ��� t�� . ��� �� ���'��� > .  "Yourcelebrated remedies have  been a wonderful boon to me In my  old age.  "I liavo not been in so good health for  ���ovor��.l yeara aa now. I wm troubled  with constipation, rheumatism and  kldnoy trouble.  "A little over two yeara ago, I 00m-  plctcly lost my health, becoming almost helpless, when a dear friend aent  mo your remedies, Pernna and Manalln.  I be pan to take them, following the  directions on the bottle. I very aoon  began to feel benefited by their as* and  Continued to take thorn.  "I am now completely recovered from  the above ailments, In fact, better .than  I have been for years past. I canaot  praiflo tbe remedies too highly and will  always recommend them toothers."  . Constipation ia almost sure to Bet np  other derangements.  Retained accumulations within the  bowels are partly reabsorbed Into the  ������/stem.producing sometimes rheama-  tUm.sometimes kidney trouble.  Tlie blood being surcharged with  acids, which ordinarily find their en-  capo through tho bowels when theysur*  regular, rheumatism is the result.  Acid blood forms crystals, whlch-ao-  cumulato about the llgamesta, cartl-  lagoa arid sometimes tho' boves in. tho  Joints.  Such morbid accumulatlana of :blooj  throw extra work upon tha kidney*.  The kldnoyB being unable to pertirra  the unusual labor of excreting tkera  poisons, often give way and kldtoey  trouble ia tho result.  Permanent relief cannot be reaas)aa->  bly expected except by correotlng^tb.  constipation.  ���   9 m s.f* **����� ��� . 1  >** ������ *�����> ��  o****a-s.hrts  Regular bowels are a great sMt<  guard, to health.   .Pet una and jM|pb<  alia are unexcelled the world oeei '  [ for chronic diseases affecting tie  bowels and kidneys  ........ m ... m .. t ... t ��� tft ���  Mrs. W.W. Xjamaster, 3127 McfcUe,  Ave.,I-oui8vllle,Ky., writes:  "I suffered for twenty-six yeara with  bladder and kidney trouble, and tajiag  advised to give Peruna a trial, Idlsf aa  Eight bottles of Pernna and tbre*sH>o��>  tles of lltinallri entirely cured m��J*  Household Laundry Work  Probably no ballad .singer on the  -concert stage .has. e-*erl\b��-*��h_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 recajled again  and again, and tbe audience could  hardly be persuaded to let her leave  the stage.���TorontoiMail and Empire.  .'',;*  Canadian Ctrt-wheels  Canada is to have in the near future  a silver dollar, a coin similiar to that  known in the United States as a "cart  wheel." In the commons last weei  Mr. Fielding gave notice of an amend  ment to the Coinage Act, providing  for the manufacture of these dollars,  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 woild-renowned Scottish prima donna, who is  accompanied by Barnaby Nelson, tenor  robusto; Craighall Sherry, refined entertainer, and R. Buchanan, pianist and  conductor.  A $4,000 gymnasium is being built  at Summerland.  In the matter of an application for  duplicate certificate ot title to lot nine,  block one, map one hundred and eighty  four, Golden Eagle additiou, 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 I  hereof to issue duplicate certificate of  title to said lands issued to Joseph Black  on the 14th Febraary, 1906, and numbered 9427a.  W. H. Edwonds,  District Registrar  Land Registry Office  Kamloops. B.C.  ...... ..March.6th,. 1910.  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having four  Laundrying done at the Reeo Laundry.   . . . ... ... v . .  ALL V RK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A 10  Reco Lauittlrv  Phoenix-  Green wood  Land Registry Act  In the matter of an   application  for  duplicate   certificate  of title  to  lot 4,  block 1, map 60, Old   Ironsides  subdivision, town of Phoenix.  . Notice is hereby given  that it is mv  intention at the expiration of one month  from the date of the  firqt   publication  hereof   to  issue  a duplicate cirtificate  of title to said lands,  issued   to  Joseph  Trainer, on the 21at. January,  1902 and  numbered 6099a, unless in the meantime  valid objection be made to me in writing.  W. H. Edmonds,  District Registrar i  Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C.,  March 17th, 1910.  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.  '��� " ���       lower town, 10.00 a.m.  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight;  Phoknix Ofpicb, With McRae Bros., Knob Hill Ay*.  H.   M.   LAING,  Prop.  4*>iBl*-*-*MOa  -#���*  -su-atMa-MBi  1  1-08  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  ���m t\. T. TURANO, Proprietor  r>>  QOtjfDROtt  .tun-*-* *"*<y   z  FQlEDEMOfiut  BtAXBXEtrS  Syrup of Tar,  GODUVBROit  j. l. suwntu, ���-  V?Jtw��iiiii**iiiliL  SSL**.  I  Instant Relief  Permanent Cure  For That Cough  ���that is what Mathieu's SyrOp of Tar  and Cod Liver Oil has done for  thousands of sufferers every year. It  relieves tbe cough more quickly and cures  it more thoroughly and permanently than  any other remedy because it is made  from the most potent remedial agents  known to tlie medical profession.  Mathieu's Syrup is the only cough  cure that acts as a tonic to the system  ���that builds up yourvitaJ energy as well  as healing and strengthening the throat  and lungs. Keep a bottle in the house  ready for an emergency. Give it to your  children.  They like it and it is harmless.  ATHIEU'S S YEU]  Of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  If feverish take Mathieu's Nervine I'owdcrs, the  great headache remedy,in conjunction with the Syrup, to  dispel the fever and also the accompanying headache and  bone-ache.  J. L. MATHIEU CO., Props., SHEKBKOOXE, I\Q.  Distributors for We��t��rn Canada, Foley Br oa. Larson & Co.. Vancouver. Edmor.lon.Wlnnlrec  MATHIEU'S STOOP  ol Tar 4 Cod  Liver on  Lara e Bottle !5c  MUTHIEU'S NERVINE rtmOUS  Box ol It Powders lie.  From an dealers  Movlnt to Vancouvir  R. P. Williams, western representative of the Canadian Rand Company,  Ltd., of Montreal, and the Jenckes  Machine Company, Ltd., of Sher-  brooke, Quebec, is removing his headquarters from Rossland to Vancouver  Mr. Williams is one of the most generally known of the mining machinery  men in western Canada, having been  engaged in the business of selling  machinery and plants in British Columbia for about 14 years, and during  that period spent much of his time  travelling in the mining districts of  this province and Alberta. Some of  the largest steam, air-compressing, ore-  crushing and other mining plants in  use in western Canada at both metal  and coal mines have been placed by  him, so that his association with the  mining industry of the west has been,  and continues to be, an important one.  Engagement  Extraordinary  COMING  PHOENIX    OPERA    HOUSE  Wednesday, Mflv''  Government Ore Concentrator  'I'he mines branch of the department  of the interior has announced that an  ore concentrator would shortly be established at Ottawa for experiments in  the best and most economical methods  of ore treatment. It will be operated  in connection with the government peat  plant.           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.  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 :&��� "  kptWw*^-??'"  1 .'  La**'  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOENIX, B.C.  Build Youp Own Fortune!  , By buying a Gold Bond from the International Investment & Realty Co. of 403-4 Eagle Block, Spokane,  Wash. A cumulative Bond matures in Ten Short  Years by paying $6.13 monthly, for which j'ou receive  6% interest compounded annually. In Ten Years you  will have paid in $735.60, for which 3'ou will receive  $1,000 in a heap.  Spokane Heal Estate a Specialty, on Small Cash  Payments and Easy Terms. Place yotir orders  tbrotfgh our Local Agents,  Cosg'rove (Si McAstocKer  We cordially invite YOU to call and see us when  visiting in Spokane.  'PHONE MAIN 3  jg In and Around Phoenix \\  ���^ BRIEF  TOPICS  OP   LOCAL  AND   OKNKRAL gS  2 INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS. "* I��S  Have you seen the comet ?  Love's Drug  length, for  International Investment & Realty CO.  J. L. MARTIN, President  403-4 Eagle Block Spokane, Wash.  Tailoring'  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 selection of suitings and the fashion plates. You  willfind a distinctive finish about all our Suits.)  MERCHANT  TAILOR^  ��S6 *1- > t/^.  lJ^\ ��JWi>"l>|  BjO YOU SHAVE YOURSELF ?  Fresh seeds for sale at  Store.  Firstclass dry wood, any  sale; phone E32.  Board   and   rooms  al the Cottage  hotel.���W. Sutchffe, prop.  Subscribe for the   Pioneer   and get  ihe latest Boundary news.  Dry wood in car lots.    Apply to J,  I'ronibley, Phoenix, B.C.  House and  lot for sale on   Spion  Kop; Apply to O. Hanson.  To rent���four-roomed dwelling, close  to Granby; apply C. A. Ross.  Mrs. R. K. McCammon and family  urrived in Phoenix on Thursday.  Furnished   rooms   to   rent,   Aetna  rooming house; apply  to A.   Webster.  .Expert watch   repairing  at   Black's  jewelry store;  satisfaction  guaranteed  Fresh and   toothsome  chocolates���  the most delicious  ol  confections���at  Love's.  The Grace Cameron opera company  will play an engagement in Phoenix on |  May 6th.  David Oxley and Ralph Gilbert left  J Monday for the Shuswap district to locate land.  Vegetable and flower seeds���seeds  that grow���5c. per package at Love's  Drug Stoie.  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  upper town.  Brighten your rooms with wall paper,  now selling at reduced prices at A.  'Almstrom's.  Tuck Collins went to Princeton on  Monday to look up the prospects in  that district.'  The popular Juvenile Bostonians  will appear in Phoenix opera house on  Monday, May 2nd.  J. p. McLean and Dan Nicholson  left Friday - for ^Ashcroft' en route for  the Fort George district.  This is the time of year that every  citizen should make an effort to clean  up around their premises.  Aid. Geoige W. Rogers left M* ndaj  for Leo, Alberta, to look afier his  agricultural interests there.  The regular song service in connection with the Methodist church will be  omitted tomorrow evening.  V. M. Sherbino left Monday for  Ashcroft where he has parchased a  meat and provision business.  Large and attractive lines of wall  paper being cleared at bargain prices  at A Almstrom's, McRae store.  Werner's orchestra left on the C-P  R. Thursday forCascade, where they  will furnish music for a dance there.  Miss Nellie Ingram has been on a  visit to her brother, J. V. Ingram,  Great Northern agent at Orient, Wash  , Mr. and Mrs. Whittaker arrived in  Phoenix on Thursday from England.  Mrs. Whittaker is a sister of Mrs. Pil  kinton.  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refiesh-  ing for Bain or Toilet. For washing  underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses  and rifles.  , Don't fail to hear Craighall Sherry  in mirth-provoking sketches and impersonations���with the Jessie Maclachlan company. May 11th.  Fridolph Werner has been engaged  as musical director for Christena lake  pavilion this summer. The outing  season will commence next month.  Suburban property at Vancouver is  rated far too high, according to authorities. The owners of some of it will  require to wait a century for returns.  Mrs. A. Belleck, wife of Engineer  Belleck, who has been in the local  hospital for the past two weeks, was  able to be taken home to Eholt yesterday.  It 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. -i,  Ole Johnson, proprietor ofthe Chris  tena Lake hotel, was in town from Fife  this week. Mr. Johnson, is building  a handsome new hotel at the BounJ  dary's famous summer resort and expects Christena lake will become more  popular this year than ever.  The memblSfs of Gold   Kange   L..O.  THE PROFIT TO YdlJ  There's   a  triple  profit  buying good  m  READY. ' \  CLOTHES  They !a��.f .twice as  to Iht- lusi.  Thev cos" less than the same  in rrtail  tailoring.  I'hey give you the right appearance  in  getting  along in the woild.  long, and  keep  their shape  quality of fabric  Glimmer   NeCkwear��-*Tlie necessary finishing touchJo_^nipjete_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 <&  LOWER  TOWN,  PHOENIX  CO.,  :)r:  m  y  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.  Handsome bar casings and furnish-1L., No. 2043 are requested   to  attend  --.,,,...   IF SO, Wn HAVE ALL  THE   REQUIREMENTS   .     .   '  Razors, Strops,   '  Shaving' Brushes,  *<or o n V.   Creams, Lbtioils,  Talcum, -Soaps   ���_ _ ������,   ��� ������*w w :    __ ^   in fact every requisite for an easy and refreshing shave.  f    " "       '    '    PRICES RIGHT "     ' ~"   EdVE/S? DRUG STORE  v-    ���, . PRESCRIPTIONS  CAREFULIY ATTENDED TO. Yy.t  j�� fJpMoenix, (b;c.  UPPER TOWN-;  {-;=.  spring siirrs  &,',-It*s ,'going .to, be ..an'"' easy' matter, for���you .to satisfy yourself in  clothing this'Spring- if ^you cooi'e  here to do it. If you have any  -���j- -.pet ideas  about���what  you...want   ~~ you'll-findus able-to meet therh.   ''   ���? -r f 9,enerous    va*,ue*?���more    than  ��   i/'your   money's   wbrth^that's^tthe'-^  j;^;*',',.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'that  come' nearest;, to,  them in intrinsic   value  at _ other  stores, i; - 1, ,-���  *HOMAs' BR&WN  inys have been added to the King's  hotel, indicating the prosperity of- the  popular hostelry. The office is also  adorned with twelve leather-top mission  chairs for the comfort of guests.  theregular meeting-Wednesday evening,  Apr. 27, af 7.30 sharp. The Royal  Arch Purple degree will be conferred  on a class ol candidates. All sojourning brothers are cordially invited.  TALES  FROM  THE  WONDERFUL   WEST  Complete Line of  Pipes-,.  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  Now Lassie  Kindly Gie Attention  Till we make brief an' hasty metion  of Sic a Great and Good Invention  as  Golden West Washing Powder  'Twill Save Ye Muckle Time an' Splatters  An' Ye May Tend To Other Matters  While Bonnie Bessie Does the Platters ;  It Clanes the Things Sa' Aisily.  'Tis Only a Shillin' the Three-Pun-Packet  An' Ye Mun See the Premiums���I/ass         P. W. George was in town fiom  Green.vood yesierday calling on o'd  friends. He intends leaving next  month for the Portland Canal district  on a prospecting trip.  At a meeting of the board of school  trustees Tuesday evening, T. A. Love  was appointed se-retary treasmer, to  fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of V M. Sherbino.  . George: John**, formerly foreman al  ths Rawhide 11111)*-, who left sornei  months ago for Bvi e, Idaho, returned  to town yesterday.  R. C. Morgan of Spokane,   superintendent of this   division   of  the Great  Northe-n was in the city Tuesday,   accompanying  |.   P.   Graves,   managing  director of the Granby company.   Supt.  Morgan's headquarters will  shortly   be  transferred from   Spokane  to   Marcus.  Local star gazers report having spied  Halley's comet and  Spion   Kop is the  popular observatory.     As  for   ourself,  we would think more of Mr. Halley   if  he would chase his   heavenly spheriod  round in a respectable hour; there is a  stronger attraction than a comet for us  at 4 a.m. ���  A. Lindjfnbtrg, who recently completed a contract on the Wellington  camp railway, left Wednesday for the  North Fork to look after his timber interests. Mr. Lmdjonherg expects to  secuie a contract for construction of  part of the Kettle Valley line up the  Kettle river.  - GOOD.CREAMOR MILK, snch as" the PHOENIX DAlR.Y.BKAN.iy, is  the basis of a tempting meal. It makes everything tame hotter. Tiy it���  and you'll always buy it.    All milk is aerc-utuil before being nolrl.  W. A. MCKAY & ,SONS,  PHONE E 32 Mkmvkkku  'y> Am   P��ki-h <>k tub Citv  FURNITURE  A glance at our windows and displays will g'ive  you ideas and suggestions' as to how to make  you Home more attractive aud 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  .  C. F. EDWARDS  OLD   IRONSIDES'  AVE*UK  F R E S H  TLrKC  That pronounced presence of Rich Cream is  found  ohlv  in Purest Milk.    That is the  kind   wo  sell.    We  iiiv.Ue  yon to become a judge by giving ns a trial.' Phone Orders  to E. 32. and name will be promptly>tlend<-d to and  de- :  livoied dailvivi   '. ���������.������-���:-.������:"'  W. A. McKAY & SONS  Election School Trustee.  CITY OP PHOENIX SCHOOL  ��� -    IiISI-IilCT.  (Design Protested by Copyright)  J  Hum  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  J. G. Miles, Tohsorial Artist  �� T 9 iSJ ���  Great Northern Railwa;  oimh sunnrn mm m  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, $91.50  St. Louis - $67:50  Montreal ��� $105 00  Tickets on sale only on following dates, May 2nd and 9th,  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,   AGBNT  ������PDRlJin NOTICE is hereby eiven to  the e'ectors of the Phoenix Poliool Pi��-  trict, that I require lh�� prf-enoe of ihe  paid (>lp<*tors at the Citv Hall, Dominion  Avernp^on th" 27ih dav of -\pril, 1910.  at 12 o'clock no-n, for the purpo��e of  electinp-ii person to rcpre��ent on llu>  Roard of cchooI TnT-lPe", ;n I lie viunnov  caused by the resignation of Mr. V. M  Sberliino.  The mode of nomination of cundidales  shall bp.nH follows *.  The enndidatec fhall he nominated in  writing; the wiitinc ftinll be pnliM'r'liprl  by two voters of tho School ili^lrict a*-  proposer a'ld ��econder, find nlml he delivered to the Rvlniiiinir Offic-r at -im  tlmo between tin* date of nniicennd 2  p.!". of the day of nomination, and in  the event of a poll being nece��s>i*'v. <.n.*|i  noil will he opened on the 80'hdnvo'  April, 1910. at the City rU'l, Dominion  Avenue, of which even* peir-on i*< hereby  tequirnd to take roticp and govern himself accoidiejrlv  Tn every  School   District, anv person  being a honscholder in  tbe  School Dis  trict, and being a British  subject of Ihe  fall ngc of twentv-one rears, and otherwise qualified   bv   the   Public   Schools  \ct��� 10  vote at an   election   of School  '"nistees   in   the  raid  School   Distiict,  shall be eligible to be elected or to serve  is a School Trustee in a School District.  Given  under my  hand   at  Phoenix,  B 0��� the 20th day of April, 1910.  II. HARTLEY,  Returning Officer.  Fresh air is introduced i into  the Kootenay oven through a  series of vents at the bottom  of the oven door, and the  cooking* fumes carried out  through anotherfaeries of  vents at the back ofthe oven*  .(Arrows in  i 11 u e tr a ti on        fflE^E?.  show method^   /*��� of ventilation.);  T*The air in the'  oven is always  kept pure. The  natural flavor  of   every  article  ia  completely-  retained  Everything  tastes most  delioioua  Booklet  e on request  ��� -  W  I'  Mm  W  SSUt


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