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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 24, 1909

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 JSH  "'If  If  **  1  AND  MINING  '.���$'  ������'^���i'^*����jff��  Tenth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH C  IA,. SATURDAY. APRIL 24,  1909  No. 22  for Men  For a hat light  in weight ami  flexible as well  ai durable, we  earnestly rccom  mend-the  are entirely new and distinctive  this year, and the complete stock  of . ���  Men's Apparel ;  which wk .have just opened out  proves beyond n doubt, that we.  are right at tlie "head of the  procession."  . You cannot afford to buy your  spring outfit before carefully inspecting our styles.  FIT-REFORM  AN'D  it,  Stetson  etoH-Conformiaf  Hat  CAMPBELL"  We ksvaths ballon Soft sot! Dsikf  Hsrria sll ths litest itrles.  are acknowledged to be the most  progressive clothing makers in  Canada, and we handle both  these lines. "I'he cut, fit and  finish of these suits is the very  best-obtainable, and our stock comprises the latest effects in shade,  pattern and design.  The STETSON HAT is so well and favorably  known, it needs  no introduction, but we wish to say that we are justly proud of our  showing of "Stetsons'' this spring.  Ask to see the new'��� ..JREEN HAT"; Fashions latest decree;  being worn everywhere.  How'about that pair of Oxfords you were wanting? We have them.  Pa^nti, Tj��ns or ^Qxbloods* laced, strapped or buckled in the very  newest, shapes.  ', (. am* in to-night qnd look around.    We arc oven till 10.  *W(W*"*"^~  HUNTER=KENDRIGK ��0,  THE  BIG  STORE  NEW IDEAS  IF.YOUWANTTO   SEE THE LATEST  IN JEWELRY  SEE OUR  Grape Back Combs  Cameo Bracelets  and Brooches  Grape Brooches and  Hat Pins  New Style belt  buckles & sash pins  ALSO GOOD LINE OF SERVICEABLE  WATCHES  AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES  TELEPHONE 68  OFFICIAL  0. P; K.   TIME  INSPECTOR  CAMPAIGN OPENS ON WEDNESDAY  Meetinii Will Be Held Is Ptoealx   Opera  .  '    House lor Eallre Three Weeks ���   ',:,  Arrangements nave been completed  for the evangelistic campaign which will  commence in Phoenix next Wednesday  evening. 'I'he opera house has been  engaged for every evening for three  weeks, Saturdays excepted. Rev. H.  A. Berlis, as speaker, and Prof, J. J.  Lowe, in charge of the service of song,  have been eminently successful in,the  series of meetings which are now concluding in Nelson city, and are said to  be jtmong the ablest of those taking  part in the simultaneous campaign in  the; Kootenays. John A. Thompson,  whb is particularly zealous in work  connected with the revi'al; wili also be  in Phoenix. A; special choir; of local  voices has been arranged to take -part  ,in ihe services.       v .       " ��� '. '  ������ ��� X ':r..YYY:YY;'''r'':YxX:'.;Xy.:vlRW  OK-PROVljlENCB  MINE.  _, ..   ..       ....    ..... ;|  ..... 'y-xX-rtgr-.-i--  ���������       :    - .  The Providence is the deepest of the high-grade belt properties in the Boundary, and produced some $440,000.  The Providence is but a.'short distance from where operation* are now in progress in connection with the Greenwood-  Phoenix tunnel. " -Jr.  THE SALOON BYLAW  GETS A BLACK EYE  Stormy Session of City Council  Wednesday Evening  There was a stormy session of the  city council on Wednesday evening,  considerable cross-firing between saloon  license holders and members of the  council taking place, and the new  liquor-license by-law emerged with a  black eye when the smoke had cleared  away.    *  Mayor Rumberger and Aldermen  Marshall, McKenzie, Rogers, Hillier  and Deane were in their' customary  chairs around the table, and were  greeted with about the largest audience  of citizens that has appeared in the  council chamber for many a moon.  Jhe critical moment came when the  trades license bylaw amendment, Bylaw No. 63, 1909, came up for a  second reading. A number of the  saloon license holders present gave  their opinions and directed some heavy  blows at the passing of No. 63. Angelo  Schulli, of the Maple Leaf hotel, was  among the-prominent spokesmen and  debat.ed;.at;lmgth;.on -the possible fa-  nn'ne'among those'diVe^ctly'affected '"By  the bylaw.  A motion by Aid. Hillier and Aid.  Marshall, that Bylaw No. 63 be laid  on the table until next meeting was  put to a vote and was lost.  It was moved by Aid. Rogers, seconded by Aid. McKenzie that Bylaw  63 be laid on the table indefinitely, and  was carried.  M. H. Kane headed a petition  which was signed by 50 ratepayers and  citizens of Phoenix requesting that the  council bridge and grade Aetna avenue  between Church Street and First Street.  On motion of Aid. Hillier and McKenzie the petition was laid on the  table until an estimate of the cost is  secured.  A communication was read from  city of Greenwood stating that as they  already had a pesthouse of their own  they did not wish to incur unnecessary  expense in erecting one jointly with  Phoenix  Kootenay Telephone Lines, limited,  wrote the city to enquire local rates for  telephones, as the granting of a franchise in Cranbrook is now being considered. The rates now in vogue in  Cranbrook, the letter stated, were:  Business, $3 35, and residence $2.00  per month, with a ten per cent,  discount.  Dr. Dickson, medical health officer  for the city, handed in his report on  a test of the milk delivered by local  dairies. Some of the milk tested was  the height of perfection and showed an  unusually large per centage of butter  fat for this time of year. It is in  tended to test the local milk supply  regularly and future tests will be given  publication.  Mayor Rumberger brought forward  the necessity of moving the school-  house from its present location. On  motion of Aid. Rogers the city clerk  was instructed to arrange a. meeting of  the city council and the board of  school trustees for the purpose of discussing the matter.  It was moved by Aid. Marshall  seconded by Aid. Hillier that all delinquent taxes be placed in the hands  of the city solicitor for collection forthwith.  The following accounts were ordered  to be paid:  J. A. McMaster $67.90  N. Lemieux     25.60  Spokane N. Telephone Co.      1.28  Phoenix Pioneer     33-5��  C. A. Ross       30.06  Oddfellows Annual Service  Snowshoe lodge, No. 46, Independent Order of Oddfellows, will attend  devine service in the Methodist church  tomorrow evening, in commemoration  of the ninetieth anniversary of the  founding of the order. Rev. G. E.  Strachan will preach a special sermon  to Oddfellows. Members of Snow-  shoe lodge, and sojourning Oddfellows  in the city, are requested to meet at  the lodgeroom at 7 p.m.  '   Work has been discontinued  at the  Bell mine on the NorVh Fork. ���  Rev. Father Bedard has purchased  the Angrignon houses-Greenwood.  A large acreage oft; the old Coryell  and Murray ranch, Grand Forks, has  been planted to orchard this spring.  Dr. Tamblyn ol Midway, Dominion  veterinary surgeon, is i making an in  spection of horses in; the Boundary.  A. N. Borton and ,C. S. Handaside  of the Bell mine management, have returned from a business trip to  Seattle.  A fire started in the Norden hotel,  Greenwood, on Tuesday, but was extinguished without the assistance of the  brigade. . iV  The Herald, the -enterprising Cranbrook weekly, devoted a half page of  its last issue to the Greenwood-Phoenix  tunnel scheme. ������";  James Atwood aod-Spencer Banner-  man of Midway have bonded one of  their claims near-: Sturgeon lake, On-  ,.tarioJfor.:$39^.pp-^;^^������_,.:,,^ ..,.���  During the high wind one day last  week the building being erected for  Jeff Davis & Co. in Grand Forks was  rased to the ground.  The game of checkers is being revived in the Boundary. In a series  of games a team representing Boundary  Falls defeated Greenwood.  M. T. Adams, of the Britannia  mines, was in the Boundary during the  past week in connection with the inspection being made on the Dominion  properties.  The British Columbia Cupper company's smelter treated 8,295 tons ��f  ore during the past week, 7,708 tons  from Mother Lode mine; and 587 tons  from other properties.  E. H. Mortimer, one of Greenwood's  prominent business men for some  years, will shortly move to Prince  Rupert. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer are  former tesidents of Phoenix.  The death of Norman McMillan  occurred at Mother Lode on Tuesday,  aged 67 years. The funeral toolc place  to Greenwood cemetary on Thursday.  Deceased leaves a widow and eleven  children.  Four brick business blocks are now  in course of construction in Grand  Forks���Wm. Bonthron's $10,000  block, Bower and Pribilsky's double  store, Davis block, and B.C. Telephone  company's exchange building.  The city of Greenwood is asking for  applications for the position of policeman which must be in the hands of the  city clerk by April 26. The salary  offered is $110 per month, and the  duties are to commence on May 1.  A despatch from Salt Lake City  says "a complete overhauling and remodeling of the Coctus mill has been  decided upon by General Manager T.  R. Drummond." Mr. Drummond was  formerly manager of the Dominion  Copper properties in the Boundary.  Work in connection with the big  Greenwood-Phoenix bore progresses  favorably. The scrub on the surface  at the portal of the tunnel has been  cleared by a fire, and the buildings and  compressor plant will be in position in  a few days.  Alex. Stewart of Eholt has recently  returned from a trip to Newcastle, N.B.  While there he visited his old friend  John McKane, who, he states, will visit  the Boundary in July. John McKane  is credited with having made a fortune  in Nevada mining.  L. E. Oliver, Fred Clyde and H. B.  Cannon of Grand Forks have gone to  Tasso Harbor, on Moresby island,  where they will engage a crew of twenty  men and develop the Contact group  of copper properties. The Contact  claims were recently bonded by a  Boundary syndicate, and a payment of  $10,000 has already been made on the  bond.  B.C. COPPER'S <  COKE SHORTAGE  Supply Will Last Till End of  ��� ���APriI- ���  ������:__..._-,.  As the strike of"trie coal 'miners in  eastern British Columbia continues  the supply of reserve coke of the British  Columbia Copper company diminishes  and prospects for an enforced close  down becomes more apparent. The  smelter which has been operating on  the reserve coke for some time will  consume the entire supply by the end  of the month, if not-before.  Discussing the matter the general  manager, J. E. McAllister, says the B.  C. Copper company has a contract with  the International Coal and Coke-com  pany of Coleman for the entire output  of the latter's coke ovens. The shutting down of operations at Coleman as  a result ofthe strike therefore deprived  his company of its regular supply of  coke, and as' soon as the amount on  hand at the beginning of the strike has  been consumed, which will be in a few  diey's,'the swelter at Greenwood will  have to close, throwing a large number  of men-out of employment, y The length  of time which the smelter" will' remain  closed, if it is forced to suspend oper-  tions, will depend upon the duration  ofthe coal strike for there is no possi  bihty of the B. C. Copper company  securing sufficient coke to meet its  requirements in any other place.  Concerning mining matters generally,  Mr. McAllister said that the steadying  of the price of copper was having a  good effect, while the price was not  advancing to any extent, it was not falling and that was something to be  thankful for after the experiences ofthe  past year or so.  Incidentally Mr. McAllister said that  he had heard excellent reports concerning the Nicola Valley Coal- company's property, which is now being  operated most successfully.  Jewel Mine  Cyanide Plant  William Clark of Ymir was in the  city this week. Mr. Clark is contractor for the erection of a cyanide plant  in connection with the mill being constructed at the Jewel mine to test a  slimes treating process. A shipment of  lumber has reached the property for  the construction of the vats, etc., but  when inspected by Mr. Clark was  found to be not the prope- Vmd of  material. Mr. Clark then vuited the  Cascade lumber yards and left special  order for the cutting and supplying  of the material. It will require a couple  of weeks before this material is ready,  and on its arrival at the mine Mr.  Clark will return to complete his contract. Mr. Clark was accompanied by  Mrs. Clark and were guests of Rev. S.  and Mrs. Lundie while in the city.  JOHN McINNES ON  LABOR COMMISSION  Labor Dispute to Be Settled at  Greenwood  The Department of Labor at Ottawa  has been advised that an agreement  has been reached between the British  Columbia Copper company and its  operatives to refer a matter in dispute  between them to the board of investigation under the Lemieux act. The  company has nominated EdwardCreyn,  barrister, of Toronto, as its representative, while the men have selected John  Mclnnes, of Phoenix, Socialist member  of the local legislature.  The commission will probably sit  in Greenwood eaily next week, Mr:  Creyn, who is now on his way from  Toronto, is expected to arrive in Green  wood today.  Strike on Lucile Dreyfus  A strike of a fine body of first-class  ore has been made during the past few  days on the Lucile Dreyfus mine, at  Danville, on the 300-foot level. A  contract has been let for hauling 500  tons of this ore to the S. & B.C. railway for shipment to the Granby. sniel  ter.  selling liquor without a license under  the municipal act. The prosecution  had a score, or more witnesses; suite  mdned, but only two were examined.  Their evidence was in effect that defendants had spld liquor in what appeared like a bar. The bar in question, one witness explained, was within  the rooms of what is known as the  Phoenix club and which has been  operating for some years. The defence  offered no rebuttal, out their legal representative, J. D. Spehce endeavored  to have the case dismissed on technicalities. The magistrate found the defendants guilty and on Thursday afternoon fixed the fine at $100. Notice  of appeal was given. J. P.. McLeod  prosecuted. ' '  rooo tons per day in the past, and. it  is expected that the shipments Yrc-ni  this outlet on resumption will be quite  as heavy as they were in the past.    ',  Aetna Aveaai Uradlat  In connection with the grading and  bridging of Aetna avenue from Church  to First street, M. H. Kane, who has  been promoting the scheme, claims  that the work would not cost more  than $1000, and offers to personally  donate all lumber required. This is a  substantial offer on the part of Mr,'  Kane, and there is no doubt that if the  avenue was opened to Fust street. it  would greatly enhance adjoining properties. . The grade would be comparatively easy, and Aetna avenue would  become a much-travelled thoroughfare.  Whether the city's financesX-w&xtvnl  such an undertaking at';' present^ how-*  ever, will require consideration.  Locating C.P.P. Land    -  The C.P.R. through F. W. Mc-  Laine of Greenwood, sent out four exploring parties this week to locate all  timber and agricultural land that the  company owns in the Boundary and  Okanagan districts. The exploring  will continue all through the summer.  The following are the men engaged to  do the work :  .Messrs. Tye,  Butler, Craig,  Mclntyre and Hazzard will do the Okanagan.  Messrs. Powers, McCuragh, Sanderson, Keve and Prout will explore  the West Fork of the Kettle river.  Messrs. Burwash, Locke, McCut-  cheon,   Myers  and   Cook  will  work  ; . 1'"'   Batrarfary-Mfncral Records  Last week four new mining locations  were registered at' GfaTfd'���Fbrks'gov-  ernment office, and seventeen certificates of work were filed.    Certificates  of improvement   were granted to S.  Birch for the Montana plaim,in_ Gloucester camp; to J. Mulligan for the  Snowshoe and Ethel Verne fraction in  Greenwood camp.    An option on..the  Dykehead  No;   2,  Ben  Hur,- Three  Bells and Fife mineral .claims, situate  near Fife,  B.C., was.given by J.  K.  Kelly-and T. H.  F-orsaith to  Charles-  Dempster of Rossland.    Six transfers  were also recorded and are as follows:  A half interest in  the 'Parrot  mineral  claim, Brown's  camp, Joe -Pringle   to  Tim Townsend; one-half interest in the  He\ston   mineral   claim, 'Wellington  camp,   T.   H.  Richards  to   William  Allen; a half interest ��v the Pearl mineral claim, Paulson camp, MWe Shick  toil.R. Poole and F. Estey; all of the  Clinton    mineral    claim,   Wellington  camp, N: J: ��� Carson to Julius Carson;  a half interest in'the New York mineral  claim,  Brown's  camp, C.   A.  S. At-  wood to W.  A. Pounder; all of the  Boston mineral. claim, Brown's' camp,  C. A:> Atwood to W/ A. Pounder,   y. ^  'Yr H-H-ired tttowi* la (Md Last ^ear^  VV. S. Hemphill of Neillsville, Wis-  consin, president  of the syndicate of  Wisconsin men who are, operating the  Queen mine at Salmo, says  that great  improvements have been  made since  the mine was taken over from William  Waldie  last  May.    A  new  flume of  approximately   10,000  feet  in  length  and with a fall of 450 feet had been  built  and   the   mill   capacity   of   10  stamps had been doubled.   Since May  last the property has produced a little  over $100,000 in gold.  Work is at present being carried on  in the 500 foot level and the milling  ore from which the last two gold bricks  have been produced has averaged  $17.10 per ton. The lowest grade ore  which has been milled so far has averaged between $8 and $9 per  ton.    A  along Boundary creek. --d brick produced from a ten days'  Messrs. Collier, Essie, Hewar, Rick- *       and  ��wWch   was  of a  yalue  of  ards and Gilhs have been asslgned to  $ w&g  fa       ht in  Qn  Monday  work the North  Fork  of  the  Kettle ^     The prope*ty js producing ap_  proximately a $5,000  brick  every 14  days.  river.���Ledge.  Latest Prices la Metals  Naw Yobk���Copper, electrolytic, ��12-  50 @ $12.75; lane. $12 87 @ $13.00.  Bar Silver, 51%  Lead, $5 02J6 �� 15.07M.  8pel*er. I5.02K �� *5.07>s  The marriage of Ivan R. Poole and  Miss Alberta L. Tingle, both of Cascade, took place in Rossland, on Tuesday, Mar. 30th.  o i----*5--J5H5E5��52��ZSE52��Z5H5a5asa525H5HSES^^  I BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  1        The follow ing tmble gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines (or   1900,   1901    1907.  1905,1904, 1905,  1906,  1907,1908 ��nd 1909, as reported to tbe Phoenix Pioneer���  MtNB.  1 Granby Mines...  1 Snowinoe..........'  J phoenix Amal���  1 B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode.~  B C. Mine......  Emma -  Oro Denoro....  J Bonnie Belle   1 Dom. Cop. Co....  Br"klyn-8tem~  Idaho.   Rawhide..   Sunset-   Mountn Rok.  Athelstan   ,    Morrison   JR. BeU   ]Senator   ��� Brey Fogle   J No. 37   J Reliance   ���(Sulphur King���  I Winnipeg -..  J Golden Crown...  1 King Solomon...  J 3ig Copper   1 No. 7 Mine   lCity ol Paris   J Jewel   J Riverside   ���iCarmi   I Sally   1 Rambler   1 Butcher Boy....  J Duncan   J Providence   j Hlkhorn   -Jstrathmoie   J Golden Eagle...  1 Preston   ' Prince Henry....  J Skylark   1 Last Chance   {K. P. O.Miue...  J Bay   I Mavis   ' Don Pedro   J Crescent   IRuby   J Republic   I Miscellaneous..  1901       190a       190J       1904       1905  131.76a 309,858 393.7����   549.703 653,889  1,731   jo.Soo   7>,aia    ~    99.034 I4I.3"5 138.079 <74.a9S M7.570  47.405   14.811    19,3<-S     -~     ���-������  650     8,530   13,937 37.960 9,485    15*537 16.400 3.007  190b 1907 ��9��* IS09  80M04 613,537 IOJ8.747 295.751  8,416 135,001 48,M6 54.59��    145  105,900 io8jai 311,899 139.569  1.48S 1,71a    11804 18,174  3,177 '4.481 66,630 1,503  Past  Week I  16,010r  3,150}:  8,946}  80a  550        7,455  15,731     5)646  150  560  3.339  "3*63  31.35��   55-73'  3,070   15,108  3.150     3,056  1./59  4.586  3.450  111  364  33  4,747  140,685  3.960  16,033  48,390  3*555  1.833  43.195  13,153  64.173  3'.170  3L358  649  5780  10,740  3,803  530  110  1,040  '���"875  "*"66s  a,ooo  35o  785  6a5  483  3.060  890  3.435  79  33  150  ...30  145  S86  319  993  400  726 7.0  315        '50    30  -52  106  76  140  40  140  90  108    40  700  ao  55  60  So  3.456  S->5  167  ���a  ">o  S��  68q  73  10  40  90  20  '5  589  114       30  45  500  60  750  53  Total.tons 300,800 508.876690,419 839,808 -33,618 1.161.537 '.'48,137 1.487,480 489470 17.1061  V��r��nby Oo*."330,838   ��I3,340 401,931 596,153 687.9S8     818,879   637,626   1037,544284,787 15,713  J B C.CopperCo.    117,611148,600163,913310,484110830      133.740   341.951     364,850120,709     8,295  J Dom. Cop. Co-       ��� 131,57��   30,930   81059     H8.811      153-439     ".666    ] Total reduced..   348,439 460,940 697.404 837.66S 981.S77 M7i.43�� ��.I33.��7 1,359.060411,4^ 34017  t&SZSBSZsiSZSZSiEZSZSii^^  *"*���.*���  SHIPPING TO RESUME  FROM THE GOLD1DROP  Next Mphth-^Emplpymcnt��for  More Miners        *  - .Work on remodeling and .enlarging  two of the furnaces at: the Granby  smelter is being pushed along rapidly  and will be completed aboutlhe middle  of May.    By May  15th. four'of  the  oattery of eight furnaces will be enlarged and the daily capacity will  be  increased to about 4000 tons of 'ore.  During the past two weeks only five  of the furnaces were in operation! for  some days, a third furnace being out of  commission for natural repairs, and the  smelter treatment was accordingly low.  Shipments are to be resumed from  the Gold Drop outlet, of the. Granby  mines about the middle of May.    This  will be good news locally as well as 11  Selling Liquor. Wlthoui License        ,. healthy sign.    A large number of cv  !   -r   pSf>r.eoV^.,��. -������-a   c    r    \a- a,   'per'e-i'ced miners willbe required,   the  Hood oh Monday evening charged with  It-  jflH  V, ������  81  i  m  wm  11 ir* i  "*'  r."i  m  i*1  '��L  "Am  ���V,f  'jiils!  l  CM mmmmm*M���mwwmmmQ DRAYING  Of.aJ!  fcso-i*  p*ossp*tiir azit&Ua  T> -si-*?**?     O r��-!i31 sMa-Br&o-n i/, ajt  JAnES G. ilcKEOWN  ������.���3^':!ira-iir-*i^  Ihitt^sS fts�����*as6-s�� *>**''-sew. jmsaai^ganiea- '.scons ���tdwrt%sac  ��EE CetcnuV hxste^ -at &e  Sfr��-J, Ptaxtcc  |Rf)BT.aRSJ,  CITY. f-BAY  I'HO' SIX*'  fis&fc  ���;7/ �����**���& 0/ <Sir/s/. *fl��f j&fiflto' ieaminx-  ���prrvmpth attended t&z   Miners\drar  ir;g a s'taaltj.     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Mosiaa Enhrooess.  ���Steam   >    Heated  TUGK   COLLTN'S  ��*i..tvixt; PARLORS  .'��� A'.v.D   ���....���..-''��� iri.tl|<J3n���  Phoe-six.B. C  si  jffi J .������-'; ** r.f.y.ir u* Weiu* Stroa  />->;  > jr>��r|i*pr��*t<sftt*isr��)ia, Ofe ��  MttttC��9S UrtCf SH^p  -m>s ��� 3^|-jfcorts3n����Hj^.-tT^ JAMES HARSH ALL, Prop.  .jJWP  t>,ii*Cbuxi<i<t��40tm.f*r-r*��>r.  dL' fxxs&ixsex. .are *&*pvk% saare *oc!^  z&ltx&stti- to '&rxz%��\ % .teases- V*^&\-,k&&, rjt'���xra^i^%iizw&^*^^ ihe-nxtsa&j.  f^��aai!S��S^.'-:��S-.; 3*fe- VCifeasGrdBee-j'^��tegaBffSasfi&|.. ;': jagapj,,.; y^-js-i' Kwriwut.. | '. -5iaes��rr'* ?wiaan^iij>-lS.fi-  Phoenix, B.C.  IFOR   AK  EASY  shave  i ASD STYUSH HAIRCUT  BATHS    IN  COWKECnON  ��MMMM*��  mmmw+*at$MM  Greenwood   Liquor  Co  mfUst  Wi  -|;   ;Tfe^^^^^'��;l^ Jtj^J   *->���-i>9S��'   3��s  'mSx'-M^m^.  U*,***X1-~W*4,  M*  ff,   ��ap\ j  5Lisz&>zxi,.Jj2SX,xYsjt zzixx&z-':Tazzt..s.:i  \:is22&%Bex*fi��.'.hii2L.n tzm isze&i as'.*23j  ysz&ts. ������ Is.;.'�� '.a. !iba�� .-Dgssgsr.l  ''jife''$&4-*^;:#&l ''rw**':%,��.yet;'C^M.^'^^^f^^^"y^^r:^ej-:^-Ts^-^^IFss^fis. *���� -aas-ace-aatS   safe  aaad   ��aj|  ;-f��Mpp��# a��^.JB3SS^'.^7^" . T^iS=;'����=-s ��� ������Et-|���j^SIk&_*ra3��5..,-<^ii*fctt30=;.'^ScSrSar^a- ��� *s*sck.���. ifegedl-aatO'dnzak; tH&-"aap��t, UStm^a . go ��� cc��se|  ������;,l'j^'.&t&s&G& foenog $bis#i. ������������'.���'-��� ;���' ���'"J jr^^*'-iis3w^:*c��t��,''��Hsa, stoasKd isf-olTsDaass^i^'-^sp^ 'Jtsszi-f  icarttsS* the txader'zS. trees On: Jimmfexj  . tbe Cbc-jpe-si Ieac-oetr-d ajad^Orxaestic  ���sritn  Wings, Liquors and Ggars  As' '-a-i-; ship dsrsa jb Carioads, .*�� can   maJre "tfae  pffkras-rigbrv and give prompt shipme-ni.. '."���������'  'ytyxtst  ���t%xxffj,x  lt0YtJ6i.  M8$  yY;6:  V'-fi:;  7  :-::5?:';  ^Sj|l|ig?'#S^  my^yyYxYxYY  9RSJ5  |-j��d����^rif to'tl&t'^ jftacs' -��Ga'.-aa��lsers|s^ '-maie-iiteaai'  'I^S$m&m-to ^yimiB^k^^ toai-sJ -af i^feSi &�������� -^^qjoawiisit.;;.&2&siaty\&0? saai "���prmasiskt. a -riasacs. to cprs  l^vi��S^"^H^'r!^i^sV^fi^: '.;<ea��2*E��^M��wi*^^ ^\-r��e3atte" soo3'-;''-��3i5 ''.'iP^.---K��;a &i>^'|-!Saeaa-^ ��� 'Sfees* sra-S ��&w* are -asceB^-T;  \iifyi!ii&$^^ ���2��. %&J&''. *y&Y&xy&�� to S.C-COS3-;  l-jteo^:piK*^e*3��Pifc��xti' *?*"���''���ps.^SaA$& :tiss&���������.be tmsisd'.UssmM. -so; sS*s|j*Sj& Saaalib, .sajigKiea or stacceEE.;  ^l&M^imSi tfjxihe<]e&!i^Yai&-���&&.&H4e&3i tzaailhe wtSsa���.Sas ffe*o*&-*a>|Ii��-ftf <srf .^tcatecaesBt <2i��K|3aie -car fcco^  ^-wdtxtx'y'''' ..���'-xYx-Y'-y &&&���  staaght,  X :Avm^vm:itok^ - -     I**���*zx<��o& ptrace of siod, *��ad3|  'i����*yfi�� C%^3^^^!wffl^:&! ���  "H##:i*&t \Qpee*?* ?w* c�� jrfffe.��%,SaBgi^;4..%aH��i> *ijlaa as.  fL     '.' '���'."-'������   *.-"*-���"-       -'"; '^^.   -' -''   '>���'.-.   " '-"   "iiT  Jas. McOeatli & Co.  GBEEyWOOD, B  C.  v''V|B��^:flWC��:.w/.wwmm*���; re��^K^|^^---ft';^<��t^*.,-*i��d:::Jt "fi*".teco  Yx0&mm^$^nmmM -iM iOt^-.^^^m^^;.^:- : ��� ���- ���,  x$iw,f��':Mxx't$AY*ti "���' ������--��������������� ;.'  y\fy$$&l.tyi'tim,};&/}l\<)penhi%xJhelyxxy-'.   im^nU*tfi��tefU���� ��u  ������  Yviijfc'^pji^^  [p0j^kii,Y..._fr/V^i��#Vy'-fc^flrfei^'-;.;^^-..tJjt^-i;��^^^ii*^/-*w*��b����*i'-f> 'AiheC��tti^i tiv&.  'V*wi*ti.   ���  Thsk mzsxs-ag it wss vad&ea,  A&& il-*a�� Terj-; sad.;  P^-:  '.. ;.;;*^,��w��!;*^5.0����.!-��8WMe: ^Vifocv.j^'arriii  ���y\w^*^:w*'::^riinji, wOmktoimn  #"i-:*B^t*I^^ imtrifppiutti  YY^tif^faxift&id^  Yx m$lf^tUj!n:%M-M��  yYffi MMrwdr$0^oy '*:'}(tyx>y :^yy-y:.:-'  ��� fYet/'-'-'y':-/ '���-.���;;.-��� '*'.���,  "<y��*!:"W����Ww'��'*��"i*.j.01 i*#'tiinama . '/,._.."   ,.  --';;;������ il��!:.rieirt- txsst thins; a����i euSvert'm what  ingv��w /waffe* Jt *o excellentmedium  UwriWnuitKiurm of mining macMmty  M^m^kifUrrcmh tbnimyer,  Yy:, ^he date for tji�� j��l��-:^of.';k)>t*::at.  Y.Pfifyse Rupert U flovrStst for May mt  ne^7 TIjJ* isatout filic ajrd dat��  thailMi# tmn given out, aodi tb&#�� who  Unvii wmiutd (or tUn part two yearn to  b-wy up tfi�� 0//M��. tcrrrihius may )��s  nUH 10 vM �� Mny-dny lot���arid tmybu  tUtty witt /{ftt another wait,  tut ttie &tvt rx/dvlYof. Vnncr/uver Man4,  U tttpwiedYbjr: VanatxivKT tnvti, and  c\mn* have been tuiAitti by Jolm Mc-  Xjstmm, IHtml Mel'hfcc and Sar��ud  Smith, 'flme u reported to W a��  ��o<>rroc*M( btiKly of or��so thiiateA'axio  'fat^'.j^t^^n^i-tt^f   'T-ssM-pf.tbe  ny^Y^^;^^iJ��^ xrf  yktu'-oiiver.: 'YfifYfinma'wta'/fitiit &*  ritonfaji.6js4i ma^naite and the latter  4^ running'.$&, 14, so that the..-sample*  tyimedrrtiroafkablfeevmi^^  vi\m at Vyhich they -shaded-  V: j White extxehtng at driUatiVincou--  yttr a<j: taught" at- jwhool; -with a 22  calibre rifle a cbrnpamon firfjot5 Haftiild  Skphen*, ��o�� of I'hoh/arStepb^s; of  the lAickie Hoot company; through the  heart, killing him hittlaritly; ''���������'  '  TbB mnUfflc'nil unwmncHment has  fweb ir)ad<r ihat at the end of the  pr-aWiM isc-jiMoo two or moro of the Do*  niMnr) ^��vcrnm��nt mininitcru will pro-  fj#��<l to I/ondon to consult, with the  Jwpflflitl government ���� to the hat  <'oiir��<" to h�� follow^!-'in regurd io th��  lmjH?rl��l (Ifitwti plan*.  Tint lufijftl caniifj lor moral downfall  if <'h0'.-oj'itti��, A inonlrwtl youti(4 liuly  httlpwj ht-mclf from b��r employers' till  to huy r-bo<'olrt(���� ut tli't mie of .two  dollar* \i<>r thy, und ihcn trnmpt-'d u|;  �� Why of kfdiifippiiif{ and rohhery to  iK'niimi foi the low of rnoiir-y,  Cii*lii��l*i'i( iniiiii^riiiion pronpeotfl are  ;; tnthit tni Csti fit tr/T."Prr,":::".'-"-  jOrandVTrpnk Pacific-: rolling utock  and power will otart moving through  V��n��ot4ver next month for Prince:  Rupert, a contract having been made  by ihe railway company with;-Mac-  Ken gfc Bros, Stwunship''company for  the transportation of three hundred  passenger and freight car�� and a hundred 'locomotives. The caro have  been manufactured in the ea*t, and  <s��rly in May will he shipped. All of  fhifl rolling ��tock will be standard  guage and will he used on the new  tran��contirientttl railway on the completion ol the first hundred mileti of track  eas from Prince Kupcrl.  Copt. John Ssgert Oetd  Cu(>t. John Segcrs of Rossland died  on'Thursday morning after a brief ill*  fift*s dipt. Srger�� had a i��o��t re-  'markable career, having taken part in  the Nile expedition ��ent to ihe relit;'-  of General Gordon in 1884, and in the  Kiel Rebellion of 1885 when lie was  in the nervicc of the IIudxon'H Hay  cornpidiy. 1 in 'resigned bis position  wilh the company in 1897 for the ptir-  de*dyl-egapot.:i&x��ty:ix��kre- hf'Ytee.��� j  wttrmwgS, bet the rkifx3* to SwUhl  Africa'ti&ied'hn. spii'ks nad he gar��|  Hfhkh chest % m tbe sprA; Cmitneyl  h jo ytarv iMastti fa wtH. {���*e**r��'ed \  (ihytAcally and fnemzYty. j  Sm?z revdn% peacefelry now :  T&ese's af*sys seneshms doing ..  Whto a friegjht train 'meet's a corr.  m  yj  DISTRESS FPOM  UPSET STOMACH  t\% Hfii TtMcit. Mettlf finite* I __; ���_  In a week's time the tpiral tanndl A?SO Misery From. lD*di-  rw>�� being drivfcn on tbe Bi^ HjH grade  of;Ui-�� CP.iC'-between Fjdd and.'Hector, will both be broken through, and  in about 6V�� weeks the entire piece  of crjmiroction will be io -shape to be  turned, over to the railway company by  Jame* A. AlcDonell of the engineer-  ing and contracting firm of McDonel 1,  Gjtowuki & Co., contractor*? for the  Work, which involves the expenditure  of���'.$f>50o,ooo, and' the siecuring of a  reduction of a 4 4 grade to one of 2.2  feetjn a hundred.;  BOUNBAttV & KOOTEfiAV t-W ORE RECOfO)  SblfAeals flikJ Sweller Receipts Far Year to  'Oaie,: .;.,;...  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1909 to date are as  follows;  SIIII'MKNTS. WEEK  Boundary 2^3'3  Rossland.........   3,829  East Columbia River  3,790  VKAR.  4311.^o  70.793  52,884  Total '...:. zs>9A*  555--*��7  .8MKLTKK    KKCKIPTS*���  Granby.   16,687 .  274,671  B.C, Copper Co,.,   9-'2��  124,419  Trail,,     f***7o  io(.35'  Northport,     .'��� ���-. ..  12,761  Total.  33.077     S'3.202  gestion Vanishes Five  '���'���'   MinutesX^.ter.  Take your sour stomach���or maybe  yoo call u Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gastritis or Cataxrhrof Stomach ; it doesn't  matter���-take your stomach trouble  right with you to the Pharmacist and  ask him to open a $ocent case of  Papers Diapepsin and let you eat, one  22-grain Trianguleand see if within  five minutes there is left any trace of  your stomach misery.  The correct name for your trouble is  Pood Fermentation---���food souring; the  Digestive organs become weak ; there  is Jack of gastric juice; your food is  only balf digested, and you become affected with: loss-of-.appetite, pressure  and fullness after eating, vomiting,  nausea, heartburn, griping in bowels,  tenderness in the pit of stomach, bad  taste in mouth, constipation, pain in  limbs, sleeples-mess, belching of gas,  biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness and many other similar  symptoms.  If your appetite is fickle, and noth  ing tempts you, or you belch gas or if  you feel bloated after eating, or your  food lies like a lump of lead on your  stomach, you can. make up your mind  that at the bottom of all this there is  but one cause���fermentation of undigested food.  Prove to yourself, after your next  meal, that your stomach is as good as  any; that there is nothing really wrong.  Stop this fermentation and begin eating  what you want without fear of discom  fort or misery.  Almost instant relief is waiting for  you. It is merely a matter of how  soon you take a little Diapepsin.  IS;  ft.  V  r  bright fir Uii* i-'iirrvnt yw, Stati��li(;ii | ,���,��,; of Hiking a parly to Klondyke.  for lite p/t��t ihii'f inonlliM (.liown mi' He later spent live years as captain ol  luffi-ftM* ol $0 pwrcfiit over lust year,,* Hteamcir plying between Dawson city  in ��lm iiiiuihni' of Hi-uk-ru who have It-ft'  the United Niuteij 1m Ciuif(du,  Willi further udviuie��n iu (hu price  of hroitd It ht^lnu io look if w�� will  ��ouij ba forced to ,��at cako.  and St. Michel on  the  Vukon  river.  He wont lo Ronflland in 1905.  V. T. Barnum said, "1 owe my bik-  c��ss loprintcrB' iiik"���thinl{ it over,  attd tlivc lite Pioneer n cull.  We Give Away  Absolutely Free of Cost  The People's Common.Sense  Medical Adviser, in Plain  IJn|(li��h, or Medicine Simplified, by It. V. Pierce, M. D.,  Cliief Consullinii Pliyoician to tbo Ir valids' Hotel and Sur-  i{icul Institute ut Buffalo, a book o' 1008 large pages and  over 700 illustrations, in strong puj  ir c'overs, to ony one tendin** 31 one-cent  stamps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in French Cloth binding for SO stamps.  Over 680,000 copies of this complcl    Family Doctor Book were told in cloth  bindin*; ut regular price of $1.50.    A forwards, one and a half million copies  were -jiven owny as, above.    A new, up-to-date revised edition is now ready  lor mailing.    Hotter send NOW, before all are gone.    Address World's Dis-  vuniiahv Mkuicai, Association, K. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo N. Y.  I��ie. PIERCE'S   PAVOKITE   PRESCRIP'riOI*  THE ONE RKMEDY for woman', peculiar ailments Hood enough  that iu -makers tare not afraid  to print on  its outside wrapper  its  ���very ingredient.   No Secrets���No Deception.  THE ONE REMEDY for women which  contains  no alcohol and  no habit-forming drugs.    Made from native medicinal forest roots  of vtmii established curative valias.  PALACE LIVERY STABLE  IDED0CK EcflCmE, Prep.  Horses,   Full   Iiveiy   Equipment,  Have taken  over   the   Lumber   Yard  and will carry  a   full  stock.  WOOD   IN    ANY    QUANTITY  Prompt Attesuoa ts   oetiers  at ��ny boor of is J or niehl.*  Phoenix, B. C.  teadlar Hotel oi Boon-Urj's leidls{  Hiii��t Ci-sp  Hotel Balmoral  Sew and Dp-to-dnt*  CentrsUy- Ux-a.le.1,  Corner Knob Bill Ave., and Kim St.  PHOENIX, B. C.  '        ��� I. k  Good Sun pie Booms.  McMASTjER  Proprietor.  ^g  i-A*uws��mss  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town,-9.30 a.m. "1  '* " lower town, 10.00 a.m. j-  Leave   Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  PitOKtix Oi-kicb, With McRae Bros., Ksob Hill Ave.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  BbT��*M  wmtenaoum  Kin^Edward Lodge, No. 3 0  A. F.and A. M.  M ct��i��r cem*.-"3MiiK��t3c-*�� * p. -a.     bt.  , md T33*ST-a��a*f-eire-K-k aooati.  Ksaertesi 33**XaasM*eaXie4$t*eaBif  H��M. McHaJe BSock.  ~. X.SMEJLKUSO,  Se-cet-UT.  G. D. TCK.VEE.  V.M.  L O. O. F.  SSOWSHOKLODGESO. ..  Kctu cT-37 Hcntisf Etcbi-jj   at Ms-sere' U��'  ricitiss; farMfac-o cordiall-f ia-rtted.  ���W. I. Ec-n-rcaroa.0, XcUe Grms<!  .   s.k. Piccano. KeeenJ. Seer.  T. A.   Ixm. fez   Tiasja. fleer.  PBOEXIX   AERIE   XO. 158  Mect9 in CrnonHal.  Friday trrvaiagt  Visettxa%     bco*!i:ci��  SST alw��j-�� w-cko-B-t  j. adTc, -x. p.  C MCASTOCCK*  W. S��c  K.oIP.L0Dl>E,No.28  -���PHOENIX, B.C.   Me-et* every Tcxsday  ETi-tn-ra st 7.30   :    :  scjoerajirg  Brotbca Cert-U-*J!>  Yc-cooted.        :       i       i  J.GAK1>XEB.C.C  H- HcCmaCKKS  x. of i. ��.  PImmIx Raitvcr TlsketiMe.  C.   P.   R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.20p.m.  Arnves     .. .. '..     5 00 p.m  GREAT   NORTHERN'.  f-eaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ..'" 9.00 aim.  Arrives     .. ..        ':..  ��� 5.00 p.m.  MINERAL ACT.  (Fc��.F.|  CertlScste of lapraveaesu.  NOTICE  IA 45.46,47,48,49 MinnalClaims.silnate is th<*  Or-tawood Mining DirUion of Yale district.  Where located���In Greenwood csap.  TAKE NOTICK that I. John Mulligan, Ftte  Miner �� Certificate'No 814778. Intend sixty days  from the date hereof, lo apply to the Mining  Recorder (or a Certificate of ImproretnenU. for  the purpose ol obtaining a CrownGlut ofthe  above claims.  And farther Take Notice that action, under  section 37, most be commenced before the U-  nuance of such Certificates ol Improvement-).  Dated this 15th day of February. A.D. 1909.  JOHN  MOLLIG.-.N.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM  F.)  Cerilllcjtie allmproveiseats.  NOTICE.  No. 7 Fraction, No. 8 Fraction, Tiger Fraction,  Bullion Froctlo-i, Monte Bravo Fraction Mineral  Claims, sltuite 111 -the Greenwood Mining  Divlsian of Yale district.  Where located���In Greenwood camp.  TAKB NOTICE, that 1, John Mulligan, Free  Miner's ''ertificate No. U14278. it-tend,sixty day*  rom dote hereof, to apply to the Mining Rt-  cordei for a llcrtifivate ol Imp-ovemcnts, for the  pur. ose ofobtsinlnga Crowu Grant of the above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must lie commenced before tho issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ijtlt day of February, A.D 1009.  JOHN MULLIGAN.  WOOD  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  ^Bfacr*"* J& rffih iBit nfflrnrr  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from  the North  in Summer.  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Th Recognized  by  all   hb tli*-;  BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  WHY?    Bei'iiiian ita  m-uiiifaclim-r-i oinploy  all of their energy lo  the  tuniiiitf out ol a perfect  finer  fcjm  the b^st materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL  ICE,   ETC.  PHONE 23  oenis   Brewing'   Co.  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  'Phone B32  Jolmsoa- & AsadesssQ^ mm^m^^  vans  TffE PHOE^rS pi^ttoh  .. ���������������?  ������������;1  ������*  f  O*  PROVINCIAL.  '��� i   ��� r'   E<It'll1  iiii. o>'.ii.ii|>|i*ji;  Vancouver's  rate of taxation is 20  mills  L Cr.iul'unl-, N.-lson cily tiigino r,  has tesiuncd  Tin F >���'���' Lfiigc ��� h.is'.liecu 1 sum^  ii &,<:]\   s-l-ikr e'iilii'll.  Suriinn iliin-; i:iiizen> art* Inking steps  l(, ,.it*:'i   . '< ��� t ���'<���;  Imsjiiial.  A 11: w M sonir lemple is to l>e  erecttd 111 < nin'-rook at a c.jst uf $io,-  000  M''!tr  of  R'.velst' ke  ���ii u.piili.ic   school   inspector.  .Summerland is discussing civic  ownership of domestic water and lighting systems.  Rev. A. S. Baker of Penticton has  accepted a call to Olivet Baptist church,  New Westminster.  The steamer Princess Victoria now  operates daily between Vancouver and  Seattle.    Fare $1.00.  The J. V. Griffin company will  spend $20,000 in -extending, and enlarging iheir premises at Nelson.  The arcade at Vancouver is being  demolished and a fourteen-story sky-  sciaper will be erected on the site.  Summerland Board of Tiade has  decided upon an active publicity campaign and will issue an illustrated booklet.   :      ;.;������  ���,"'���'"���  Vancouver wants a ���������'million-bushel  grain elevator to assist in handling the  expected' shipments of wheat from  Alberta.  The 'city of Revelstoke have decided  to take: over the new gas producing  plant after a 30 days' lest which resulted satisfactorily.  British Columbia provincial authori  ties are making arrangements with Alberta farmers for-the  bigge.U consignment of prairie chickens that has ever  been made to this province.  Work on the Great Northern rail  way lines from Michel, B C, to Calgary, Alta., was. begun last week and  will be rushed to completion.  Civil service competitive examinations for vacant clerkships in the inside  service will oe held at Vancouver, Vic  toria and Nelson on May 25th.  The in igaiion ditch at Keremeos is  about completed. It is eight miles  long, will carry 1,000 inches of water,  and is intended to irrigate 2,000 acres  of land.      -"' ���'. "'  ��� ������'  It was decided at the meeting ofthe  Vernon board of trade held last week  that the offer made by the C.P.R. to  set aside a space in their special exhibit  at the Ala?ka-Yukon-Pacific exposition  for Vernon fruit should be accepted.  New Westminster lacrosse club,  holders of the Minto cup, the world's  championship trophy, has accepted the  challenge ofthe Regina lacrosse club.  Two games will be played at New  Westminster, on May 24th and Ma>  29th.  At a special meeting ofthe executive  of the Victoria Development league,  Ernest McGafley, of Portland, Ore.,  was appointed, secretary and publicity  agent, his duties to commence on  April 15, and the salary to be $2,500  a year.  Col. Robert Stevenson, prospector  and frontiersman, lias returned to  Princeton, after spending the winter at  the coast. In the early days of Seal tie,  Mr. Stevenson was offered 50 lo!s for  $500 in the section where the Butler  hotel now stands.  One of the largest deals in the lumber business that has taken place in  the Fraser valley for many months was  completed at Abbotsford last week  when the sawmill and timber limits of  the Abbotsford Lumber company were  sold for $375,000.  Notice is given in last week's issue  of the British Columbia Gazette that  an.examination for certificates as assayed will be held at Victoria commencing May 31. Any information  desired may be obtained from Herbert  Carmichael, secretary of the board of  examiners, Victoria.  The Vancouver Grain Exchange,  Ltd., has just been incorporated with  the object of dealing in futures like  similar organizations in Winnipeg,  Chicago and New York. This move  is significant in view of the likelihood  of a large volume of Alberta red wheat  seeking an outlet to foreign markets  via Vancouver. The capital stock is  $100,000.  -The Victoria board of trade has  memoralized the Dominion government to construct a dry dock at Esqui  malt, sufficient to accommodate the  largest battleship, as a contribution to  imperial naval defence, and also to  adopt a policy that will promote the  building of steel ships in this country  with a view to the ultimate construe  lion of ships of war.  Suffered With Stomach.  MrH. John Underwood, filS) W. Wul"'  nut St., ColumliiiH, Olilo, writes:  "Having had catarrh and stomach  trouble and having miffur-'d very  much, I, after being doctored a-long  while, afl a last ronort took Poriina.  The result wan -wonderful. I -would  highly recommend it aa a good remedy. I still lino Peruna and would  not be without It. L alwayw liavo it  in tho house."  Catarrh and Stomach Trouble.  Mrs.T. Freeh, It. II. No. 1, Hickory  Voint, Tenn., writew: O:  "I am happy to tell you that I am cured  of catarrh. I have followed your good  and kind advice faithfully. I Moss the  day when I wrote you of my condition,  . and I will always praise Peruna. I think  it is one of the grandest medicine* 011  earth.  "Having been afflicted with catarrh  and stomach trouble tor seven years aud  after having tried four different doctors  they only relieved me for a little while.  I gave up nil hope of being cured. I only  ���weighed 130 pounds, and was so weak I  could hardly get around tho room.  "I wt��s induced to try Peruna, and to  my great surprise I am now entirely  well. My weight U now 188 pounds, my  health never was better in my life.  "I shall always praise Dr. Hartman  and his remedies."  fired, Worn-Out Mothers.  Mrs. Lydia, IT. Josselyn, .101  Westminster St., Providence-  it. r.,isTieasurer of the Editors  League of Rhodo Island, chartered In Providence.Sh-nvrlteH*  "My experience with Peruna  has been most gratifying. TjuhI winter I  contracted a severe cold, and for several  days I coughed until my voice fatted me.  When other remedies did mono good, 1  decided to try Peruna, and within four  days (ho eohl was broken up, and the  cough abated.  "Within another week an increase in  my usual strength and vitality told mo  that Peruna was doing all that It promised, and more. Ialsoconsider it very superior for tired, worn-out mothers, and  hove advised several to try it, and have  seen most gratifying results from its use.  "I give it highest praise."  Bowel Trouble.  Mrs. Maggie Darbin,��1332 North St.,  Little Itock, Ark., writes: -  "I was troubled for ilvo' years with a  chronic disease. I tried everything I  heard of, but nothing did mo any good.  Soma doctors said my trouble was catarrh ot the bowels, and some said consumption of tlie bowels.  "Ono doctor said lie could cure me. I  took his medicine two months. But il  did nip no good.  "A friend of mine advised me to try.  Perimn aud I did so. After I hud taken  two bottles I found it was helping  me, so I continued its use, and it has  cured me sound and well.  "I can recommend Peruna to any one,  and if any one wants to know what Peruna did for mo if they will write to me  I will answer promptly."  Peruna is a household remedy of great  merit, and is useful in many climatic  ailments, such  as  coughs,  colds, sore  Thousands of families have  learned  the use of Peruna and its value in  the J throat, bronchitis and catarrhal diseases  treatment of catarrhal ailments. | generally.'  Biliousness, Indigestion.  Mrs. Lena It. Moridy,/>."><> (.'ay wood \  SI.,  Portland, Oregon,   Sec'y Koyal  Tribe of Joseph, writes:  1   "For U10 i>utii' six years biliousness-  and pains in my back and limbs made j  life miserable to me.   My skin was i  [sallow and dry, and'indigestion was  added to my troubles.   I was wakeful at niglit and, would yet a .weak,  faint feeling during (lie day so.that'  I was not fitted lo attend to my regular duties.   This caused 1110 serious  annoyance and  trouble,  and I  nat-.  urally tried many remedies,hoping to  get relief. "''���-.  "Peruna came as a friend in need.  It toned uj) the system, relieved tlie  blood of the poison.-? and induced a  healthy action of tho stomach, a fine  appetite and restful sleep.  "Within   tlii-eo   moinhs    I  was   a  changed person, and for nearly a year ;  now I liavo enjoyed splendid health." J  A Grateful Patient.  Mrs. Eliza J.Ca/.ee, R.P. D. 3, Bed ford,  Ind., writes: "I have licen cured by  using Peruna and Manalin. I thank vou  for your advice."  Bilious Headache.  Mrs. Kmily Kellogg,.66-19 S.  Lawrence St., South Tacoma,  Wash., member ot Ladies of the  Maccabees,-writes:  "Tlireo months ago I had an  attack of biliousness   which  threatened to underniino my health and  slreiiglh.  .Luckily for me, I tried Peruna n llho suggestion of my friends before  it.was too Into.  "I found in a few days time that I did  not have tho ununl sick headache, neither did food nausoalo 1110 any longer.   In  two weeks' timo Pernna had completely  j rid my system of the poison and bile.  and i was in a much better condition.  --\^*wv~"-.^v��^/n/-~-w~> 1 My skin assumed its normal color, I had  Lost Strength.        .5! a splendid appetite, and I wa3 in every  'arrell,   1011   Third ' I way improved in health.-  I used Peruna  ' for a'month longer, and it wrought a  wondrous change in my on tire system. I  consider it ainost wonderful medicine. "  Restorer of  Miss  Bessie   JTarrell  Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., is President  of   tho   Young   People's   Christian  Temperance Association. She writes:  "Peruna is certainly a valuable  nervo and blood remedy, calculated  to build up tho broken-down health  of worn-out women. 1 have found  by personal experience that it acts as  a wonderful restorer of lost strength,  assisting the stomach to assimilate  and digest .tho food, aud-lmiUliiigtjp-  worn-out tissues. In my work I hav'e (  had occasion to recommend it'fre-1  quentl^-, especially to sick women.     <  "I know of nothing which is better J  to build up the strength of a young ^  mother, in fact all the ailments pecul- j  iar to women, so I am pleased to give  it my hearty endorsement."  Nervous Dyspepsia.  I1  Pe-ru-na a Woman's Friend.  Mrs. IClla Embrcc, Clark, Mo., writes :  "I am feeling bolter than I have felt for  years. I can truthfully say that Peruna  is a -woman's friend. I have no more  terrible pains and am stronger than I  have been. Your medicine has worked  Hkoacharm."  Mrs. J. C. Jamison, 01 Marchant St.,  Watsonvllle, Cal., writes :  "I'was troubled with cramps in.the  stomach for six years. I tried many  kinds of medicine, also was treated by  "Hiice doctors. ..They...saw that I had  nervous ayspepsia. I was put on a  iifjuid diet for tiiree months. I improved under the.trc'a t men t, but as soon  as I stopped talcing tho medicine, I got  bad again. I took tlie medicine for two  years, then I got sick again and gave up  """i; all hopes oi getting cured.  ^^^J "I saw a testimonial of a man'whose  case was similar to mine being cured by  Poruna, so I thought I would give it a  trial. I procured a bottle "at" once and  commenced taking it. I have taken  nineteen bottles and am entirely cured.  Have gained in strength and flesh and  feel like a different person.  "I believe Perunaisall that Is claimed  for it."  Catarrh of Head.  Mrs. Joseph Vlttur, 6700 Erie St.,  Austin Stal, Chicago, 111., writes:   ,  "Your medicine, Peruna, was of  great benefit to me., I suffered with  catarrh of the nose and head .for many  years. Threo bottles of Perana cared  mo, after I had considered it Impossible to ovor be cured again.   ,  "I now always ke��ip Peruna-in the  house, and recommend it to.every  ono suffering from catarrh.,- As soon  as one of my children commence to  cough 1 give them Peruna. and their  cough is soon gone.  "This medicine is surely ��� great  boon to suffering humanity."  PE-RU-NA  IS A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY  SN  OVE  Pe-ru-na tbe Family Doctor.  Mrs. M. E. Seymour, K. j1. D. 2, Bowman, Ga., writes:  'T am ready to speak �� few words la  favor of Peruna and Manalin, I have  tried them for nearly every ill of life "for  myself and family, and find them to be  all the doctor claims them to be. Peruna cured me of internal troublewhen my  doctor could not.  I    "My advice to all suffering women is,...  1 consult Dr. Hartman. What he has done  for me he will do for you."-  Headaches, Weakness.  Mile. Alb-ina Ohauvin, No. 60 RnV  Agnes, St. Henri, Montreal, Canada,  writes that sho considers Pernna better  than any other remedy, as It cured her  when nothing else could. She suffered  for years with heart trouble, headaches  aud -weakness. Sho tried Peruna. One  bottle produced a change. Sh.e took ��ix  bottles and is entirely cured.  F  MILLION  HJM  A.Y.P. EXPOSITION  Canadian  Government and G. T P. Buildings  Being Erected  Seattle, Wash.,-April 19.���One of  the revelations of the past month in  the development of the Alaska Yukon  Pacific Exposition has been the sudden  appearance of two buildings, one of  them among the largest on the grounds,  near the music pavillion on the left  side of Rainier Vista, at the foot of  the Court of Honor. The two structures seemed to arise as if by magic,  and a few days after they were first  observed, the entire framework was in  place and scores of workmen were  busy with exterior and intenorfmishinp.  The workers on the exposition grounds,  who had supposed that all of the large  buildings were already constructed,  hastened to inquire about the new  buildings, and learned that they are  the Canadian Government building  and the Grand Trunk Pacific railway  building.  Canada has erected on the A.Y.P.  grounds a handsome building that will  contain as large an exhibit as some f  the main exhibit places, and there has  already arrived for the display a shipment of several carloads, containing  the exhibit of Canada at the Franco-  British exhibition at London last summer. This shipment will form the  nucleus of the Canadian display, but  the Canadian Commissioner has gathered from throughout the Dominion,  and especially from British Columbia,  a complete exhibit of the agricultural,  mineral, timber and fishery tesourccs  of the country.  Canada will make a strong feature  of the facilities for dairying purposes,  and will be a strong contender in the  live stock show, which will be held at  the exposition in September, and will  be tl>e largest live stork exhibition  ever gathered in the west. Canadian  breeders   of   high grade   stock    have  Agency In Peace River District  The government has decided to i  open a government agency in the  Peace River district. Hitherto there  has'been no agent-ot ihe provincial j  adminstration in that country but as  settlers are now beginning to go in it  is necessary to have a representative  there. There has been a large influx  of people lately into the Pouse Coupee !  country, but, so far, settlement has  been difficult. The steps now taken  will serve to assist the provincial jurisdiction m that section and aid in upholding law and order. The government agent selected for the post is  F. C Campbell, for many years mining  recorder at Trout Lake.  JOHN  BUILDER   AND  CONTRACTOR  DEALER IN ALL  KINDS OF BUILDING   MATERIAL  SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL  KINDS OB SHOP AND REPAIR WORK  OFFICE AND SHOP,  PO.  BOX  NO.   148  IRONSIDES AVENUE  AND THIRD  STREET  -       -       - 'PHONE  56  r  There is no better or greater index  finger to the business interests of an  up to-date town than the advertise  ments of its merchan'.s in the local  weekly publication.  ZAM-BUK  CURED  HER   BABY  Mothers will find the following statement of more than passing interest,  showing, as it does, how Zam-Buk ends  the skin-diseases of children, even  when ordinary remedies have completely 'ailed. Mrs. C W. Bowerbank,  of 1 26, Denison Avenue, Toronto, says:  "Not long ago my baby's face broke  out in an eruption. The spots would  crack and be very irritating and sore.  At other times they itched fearfully,  and caused the child to scratch and  rub, thus making the sores very in  flamed and painful. I tried all sorts  of ointments and salves, but they somehow did not seem able to remove the  trouble. Zam Buk proved very different  and a few applications gave the child  relief. The sores are now healed coni-  plrtely.  "Since that time my little daughter  has had occasion to use Zam-Buk for  skin trouble. She broke out in blothes  on her h-mcls and arms, and in her case  also Zam-Buk effected a cure.  "We now keep Zam-Buk handy as a  household balm, and do not intend to  be without it.  'Not only for skin diseases, but for  FOR GOOD QUALITY  AND LARGEST VARIETY OF FISH,  POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND CURED MFATS, LEAVE  YOUR   ORDER   WITH   US.    �����*�������  BURNS <a CO.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants  Dealers in Live Stock Pork Packers  Markets In B. C. Alberta and Yukon  "   j ,���,,c��nni(.tfnr  this r-vpnt I cuts,  burns  and   bruises, it  is a fine  made numerous entiles ior   mis event, 1        > ��  ma C ..,._._.* :..���.   remedy.    The other day I burned  my  and will make a str ng showing against  the entries from the United States side  ofthe line.  Provisions at Ingrnika  Owing to the difficulties of winter  transportation between Fort Grahame  and McConnell Creek, which flows  into the Ingenika River about 60 miles  from the mouth, the greater part of  the supplies are being brought in by  way of Hazelton at."present, says the  Quesnel Observer 'Flour sells at $30  per hundred on McConnell Creek, and  $2-; in Fort Graham. In the event of  discoveries of gnld on the lower Ingenika a run upon Fort Graham supplies  will follow.  hand badly. An application of Zam-  Buk seemed to take the fire out of it  at once, and it soon healed. Iu the  course of my experience I have tried  pretty nearly all the salves and ointments obtainable, but there is nothing  to come near Zam-Buk."  Zam-Buk is Nature's own healing  balm, oeing composed of pure <herbal  essences. It is a sure cure for pimples  and eruptions, eczema, ring-worm, ul  cers, cuts, burns, bruise--, poisoned  sores, chronic wounds, bad leg, piles,  festering .sores, and all skin injuries  and diseases ��� Druggists and stores  everywhere sell at 50c. a box, or post  free for price from Zam-Buk Co. Toronto ; 3 boxes $ 1.25. You are warned  against cheap and harmful imitations  sometimes represented to be "just as  good."  BIG MONEY'S WORTH  "Tuckett's Special" are splendid large cigars for those who  enjoy a  good  smoke,  and one that  satisfies.     A  case  of  quantity   and   quality   combined���biggest   value   for  your  money anywhere.  Finest assortment of Pipes and Smokers' Supplies in the city  DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY  "Sweets to  the Sweet"���the quality the very  finest at the  fairest prices.    Try our Chocolates  for your sweet tooth.  THE  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Employs a system which makes it  it easy for its out-of-town depositors  to open accounts and transact  business   by   mail   with   any   of  its  51��� EIGHTY <M BRANCH OFFICES���51  DETAILED   INFORMATION  FURNISHED  ON  REQUEST.  ^  titijj-^.,  ^"'���'���?f��$&.  lift  Bargain Sale  IN  ALBIN ALflSTROn  Stationery Daily Papers Magazines  **<  ,(--^---^--��,^J*-fr*-r-^1��i*--*-����#)^^ ;**��*#*:  HAND-MADE    SHOES  Call in and Let Us show  You the Quality of Footwear   WE   CAN   OFFER   YOU;  Shoes that will both Fit  and   Wear    :::::::::  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  .A. T. TURANO, Proprietor.  the  MINING  i  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  NAMK OH  COMPANY.  AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL.  Copper Co ���copper..  J.H.C  1  I'Carlboo-McKinney���gold   Jconsol. 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[t gives all the Important Mining Mews, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  die every-day   mining  man. ::::::::  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  #:i  pi��:u YE\it-s vvitn.K on   uKQr;i5s��T  Published every Saturday at I..os Angeles, California.  ire*  ���SSI?! *2rH  'i*T*3  m  '���feH  :m- "  m  II,  !;4i  j-rKllj'  if    f  tar '���  m  ��� x<y:'i  ��� ���ii'S!  fat  -;*���;���������!  ��}������.'!  'i,X  ��� ;���<���������!',  m  ��*s*a ���'A^ffiHiY.  Spgi-us'is,---  ���$$$%{ ������ '  ��#3��s t,:.  THE  PHOENIX PIONEER.  WWY:  mm'  TJJ7HY not have a set of  Pearly Teeth? Save  yourself from the cuss-ed  toothache and possible dental charges. If taken in time  proper care of the teeth will  give you an asset which you  cannot get from a dentist at  any price. We have every  requisite to make your teeth  white and healthy. We can  recommend   the   following:  ;Sp!?i'. ''���'���:  fiYm::  10-".  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LATEST   IN   GO    CARTS  FOLDING, ENGLISH  PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY  AND AMERICAN STYLRS  PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY  I  C R  D. J. Matheson  Snsurance agent  FIRE,       LIFE  ACCIDENT.  tIDBUTV    BONDS  COMrtSISSIOMBR    FOR  PLATE  AFFIDAVITS  GLASS  TAKING  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan  in a few days for Prince Rupert.  Thos. Bean has been re-appointed  operator at the local C.P.R. depot.  Mrs. J. R. V. Dunlop went to Nelson on Monday on a visit to friends.  Mayor Rumberger went to Spokane  yesterday on a short business trip.  Mrs. V. M. Sherbino left this week  for Vernon on a visit to her  parents.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bank block/May toth  to 13th. '.'���;..;.  Mrs. Mason and Miss Mason left on  Monday for Nelson, where they will  take up residence.  Miss McGrade of the public school  teaching staff returned Saturday from  a week's visit in Spokane.  Fridolph Werner, who recently arrived in the city, has been engagedas  organist for the Presbyterian  church.  For sale, at a bargain, if applied for  promptly, desirable residence in centre  of business, up town.���A. S. Hood;  Bank Block.  The fire brigade had a mn to a  chimney fire on Old Ironsides avenue  on Saturday evening, but their services  were not required.  William Mclntyre, brother of Mur-  dock Mclntyre of Phoenix, is building  a large and commodious three-storey  hotel at Merritt.  The little 19-months' old Rundle  boy who died last week was the son of  Mr. and Mrs. R. Rundle, not J. Rundle  a�� mentioned inJast issue.     _-���-  Harry J. Matthews, who has been  connected with Birnie's repair shop for  some time, is negotiating for the11 purchase of a hardware business at Greenwood.  Fridolph Werner arrived in the city  this week to make his residence here.  Mr. Werner is teacher of piano music  nnd will remain in Phoenix with a view  to having a class; advanced lessons also  given.    He is staying at the Brooklyn.  The Speare moving picture show  given in the opera house on Wednesday evening gave the best series of  these pictures which have yet been  given in Phoenix, the' Gans-Nelson  fight being among the attractions.  Theo. B'ner and John Mclver left  Wednesday for Victoria, where they  will secure particulars of land up the  interior not taken. They represent a  syndicate, and will make a trip through  ��������� he interior of the province and stake  a few thousand acres.  Mrs. Morgan, who has resided with  her. son, James Morgan, here for some  years, left on Thursday for Edmonton  ~n a visit to friends, while en route to  her former home in eastern Canada.  Miss Morgan, who has been on a  week's visit here, accompanied her  mother east.  Up-to-t he-M i n u te  PRINTING  [AVING just added a Targe number of fonts of  the Latest Type and appointments, tlie Pioneer  is. now better than  ever equipped   to   turn   out  'CJp-to-the-Minute "  Printing.  Our  increased   facili-  00  ties for fine commercial printing, catalogue and book  work enables us to produce a quality of printing not  excelled by city print shops.       :        ; : * -  The Pioneer has the only electrically operated  Presses in the Boundary, and is prepared to execute  all orders with neatness and despatch. No job too  bis:, noiie too small. .        * '    ���     '  00  PHOENIX * PIONEER  PRODUCERS  OF   PINE   PRINTING  Mrs. M. D. Murray, who has conducted, vocal and instrumental music  classes in Phoenix for the past eighteen  months, has given them up, and will  visit the Similkameen for a short time  before going to Vancouver. Miss  Murray will accompany her.  " VV. G. Mackirdy, who has been organist in the Methodist church, leaves  today for Golden, prior to starting for  the: northern interior. He and his  brother will leave Ashcroft next week  with seven pack horses for a trip of  40b miles north, where they will stake-  some land for a local syndicate.  George Harrison and Harry Wheat-  ley left yesterday for the Franklin lake  country, where they purpose taking up  land. They left by trail with a 'team  of horses, going by way of the Similkameen, Hope mountain, Ashcroft and  then north.������'���,��� The route to be travelled  is approximately r.ooo miles. They  will r* quire about six weeks to reach  their destination.  G. R. G. B3gnall, travelling passenger agent for the C.P.R., was in the  city on Wednesday. Mr. Bagnall had  just returned from a trip over the V.  V. & E. to Keremeos, and was much  taken with the appearance of some of  the ranches in the Similkameen. Mr.  Bagnall siys the new summer schedule  for the Boundary is still under consideration, and may go into effect in  June.  Miss McLaughlin, who has been residing with her brother John in Phoenix  for the past two years, left on Tuesday  for her former home at Cowansville,  Quebec. Miss McLaughlin will be  much missed in Phoenix, particularly  in social circles and in connection with  the Presbyterian churrh, where she  was organist during the greater part of  her residence in town. Her departure  is of general regret among those whn  had the pleasure of her acquaintance.  In commemoration of the twelfth  anniversary of their wedding, Mr. and  Mrs. G. L Elkins entertained a number of their friends at their home on  Wednesday, April 2 rst. An enjoyable  evening was spent at cards and other  eames, and was followed by the serving  of dainty refreshments. Mr. and Mrs.  Elkins were made the recipients of  many beautiful and useful presents, as  well as felicitations. Among those  present werf-: Mr. and Mrs. W. G.  Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. James Batemar,  VIr. and Mrs. K. J. McDougall, M-,  tnd Mis. D. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. A.  Altnstrom, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dock  deader, Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. Vincent,  Mrs. Doe, Miss Bateman, G. H. Cor-  i>��t, VV. H. McCracken and A. Taylor,  Comfortable cabin to rent; apply to  J. Appleby, contractor.  Before buying 'your furniture else  where, call-on R. .T.Gardner.  Wanted���Good dairy hand ; apply  to J. W. Hannan, Phone A32 ; P. O.  Box 276.  Ask for Tuckett's Special cigar at  Al. Almstrom's and you gel the biggest  value in a smoke you ever had.  ��� Phoenix Dairy delivery team now  sports a handsome new set of brass-  mounted harness.-  Plain sewing done at reduced prices  until June 1st, by. Mrs. M. M. Hooj es,  ground floor Granby office.  Ideal Orchids, Peter Pan and Merry  Widow, the newest Paris odors in perfumes, at Love's diug store.  * Local baseball enthusiasts have arranged for a baseball match on the  park diamond tomorrow afternoon.  For sale���house and lot on  Knob  Hill avenue; \ rice  $1,000.    Enquire  from M. A. Knight, Golden Eaj-Ie ad  dition, Phoenix.  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A 44. C.  A. Ross  A large consignment of Bourbon  whiskies just received at the Brooklyn  ���"Jessie Moore," "Old Kentucky"  and "Private Stock," all famed American whiskies.        - .  If you are needing anything in the  line of furniture, either in the medium  or better lines, call and see us before  buying elsewhere���At N. Binns' old  stand���---C. F. Edwards.  Local football enthusiasts are anxious  to get in line for the season and have  called a mee'ing for Monday even:n~,  Apr. 26th, in the city hall.  From the tea bush in Ceylon to the  sealed lead packets in which "Salada"  reaches you, such methods of pure  cleanliness are used as scarcely any  other food manufacture can claim.  Stephen Boster and Miss Toinie Se-  kulit were joined in marriage at the  Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel,  Phoenix, on Monday, April r9th, by  Rev. Father Bedard. *"���-/  Harry Johns, superintendent of the  B.C.' Copper" company's"Wellington  camp- properrifes, has'been inspecting  the Napoleon mine and looking over  properties northeast of Orient, Wash.,  during the past week.  Serg.-Major Gustav H. Schoof gave  an interesting lecture on Mission work  as seen by a soldier in oriental countries in the Methodist church Thursday  evening. A drill in native costumes  and uniforms was a feature of the lecture.  A special despatch "from the coast  says that Judge Williams is due to  arrive here today. It is difficult to think  of the Judge arriving on a Saturday  evening with a "dry" Sunday staring  him in the face, but he may-arrange  special legislation.  The bachelors of Boundary Valley  lodge I.O.O.F, Greenwood, will entertain the married ^members and their  wives and the Rebeicah lodge at progressive cards and dancing on Thursday evening, April 29!h. Members of  Phoenix lodge have been extended on  invitation: y'  The storekeeper who does not advertise and who does not systematize his  business might as well put up his  shutters. Judicious advertising means  financial success. Never in the history  of the commercial world has advertising  occupied so dominant a place as it  does today.  A benefit entertainment will be given  in Phoenix opera house next I uesday  evening for Chas. Shaw, the blind man.  A good program of vocal and instrumental music has been arranged for,  and several new t strings of moving  pictures will be presented for the first  time in Phoenix.  Experts Sa*npllof Nickel Plate  Walter Bi-an, a mining engineer,  Denver, and A. G Merrill, of Los  Angeles, head a corps of mining  experts which are now sampling the  Nickel Plate mine at Hedley. This  lends color to the recent rumors which  have been persistent in connection with  a change in ownership of the property.  M. K Rogers, who was formerly  manager' of the Nickel Plate, and  Walter Bean made a hurried examma  tion of the mine last year, but it is  understood the present examination  will be most thorough. It is understood Mr. Rogers has held an option  on the property for some time.  During the four years of operations  at the Nickel Plate over two million  dollars in bullion has been turned out.  Duncan Ross' N��w Dally Piper  Duncan Ro<*s, ex-M.P. for Vale-  Cariboo, ��� has just returned to Vancouver from the east, where he placed  orders for a Hoe press and the other  plant required for the production of  the new paper, the Gazette, which he  will establish in Vancouver. Arrangements are being made, to bepin publication not later than,the middle of  July. Premises have been secured on  Seymour street. There is ample  capital behind the enterr rise.  Order Your Sprin  Strike Near Norihpori  Ore has been found near the ranch  ofC. C Anderson in Black canyon,  about six miles east of Norlhport  Wash , which assays $740 to the ton.  being mostly gold. Great excitement  prevails and many left for Black canyon  fo stake out claims. Mr. Anderson  some time ago round traces of gold  not far from his cabin, in an old creek  bottom, and followed the course to the  hill above, where has since done considerable work, and from which place  he took the samples.  Editor Is Fined $IM  "Judges and courts are open to criticism, but no person is at liberty to  impute improper motives towards a  judge and then hope to escape the  consequences of his remarks by showing that he (the writer) wrote under a  sense of injury or without due consideration," said Mr. Justice,Irving in  Vancouver in handing down the decision of the full court on Tuesday,  fining Editor W. S. Stanley, of the  Fernie District Ledge $100 for contempt of court.  The written judgement added: ''In  our opinion the article was calculated  to bring the adminstration of justice  into disrepute and amounts to a contempt of court. According to the affii  davit filed, it was intended to hit at the  conduct of the prosecution which, in  theopinion.of the writer, had not been  properly worked up. The words used,  however, amount to a charge of misconduct of the judge who occupied  the .bench on the occasion in quest-on." It further, quoted Mr. Stanley/s  "affidavit expressing regret at his reflection onWe adminstraijon of justice  and his insinuation ag.iinst the integrity of judge Wilson, and his intention  to publish a complete withdrawal.  There's two things to consider in  printing���material and workmanship  ���get both and you get satisfaction at  the Pioneer.  Shots at Passing Shadows  Don't tell any one, but J. Mclaughlin will entertain the Sublimity club  tonight. Take this notice and a password will not be required.  "Confectionery is not the only  sweets found in a confectionery store,"  remarks our old   friend Johnnie Mac.  ������". \ ,  Now the April robin  Singeth in our ear.  Worms who rise too early  Promptly disappear.  Moral here.    I prithee wait  Do not rise till after eight.  No truth in Conductor Kerr agitating  for  a G.N.   branch to the bank  ne already.  block : its on the   main   Ii  Although Mr. Curly is no soldier,  he is said to be author of a booklet,  "Love scraps, the spice of life."  AT --  9  Browns  The Spring and Summer Fabrics  are here in all their rich beauty,  and go where you will you cannot  find a more comprehensive show  ing, embracing every cloth and  every color that fashion has  stamped as correct.  Your inspection of ihese ^oods.  places you under no obligation to  buy. I'M her ready-made or made*  lo order stiiis, and we can also fit  you out with all other requirements of dress.  THOS. BROWN  GENT'S.   FURNISHINGS  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 mei chants  to be the most -profitable  of ail.':':  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  The   Phoenix   Pioneer  At the Methodist church on Sunday  April 25th, there, will be a morning  service at 10.30, when the Rev. F. J  Rutherford of Greenwood, wiil preach  and administer the sacrament' of the  Lord's Supper. The evening service  will be for the local I O.O.F. lodge,  extra seating accommodation will be  provided and a section reserved for the  Oddfellows and Rebekahs. The service will be conducted  by the  pastor  Wanted quickly, in every town, live  lady or gentleman with little cash, to  sell thedustless Ideal Vacuum Cleaner.  Good profits, easy and clean work.  Apply for particulars to Frank Frank,  Guelph, Ont.  Subscribe for the   Pioneer  the latest Boundary news.  and get  Latest Mialng stock Quotations.  Alberta Coal and Coke  B.C. Copper  ...  Dom in. Copper'.......  Granby    Charles Dickeim....'..  Cons. Smelters   Copper King   Gertie   Hecla '...  International Coal...  Kendall    Missoula Copper   Nabob...   Rambler-Cariboo   Rer   'nowBtorm   Snowelioe    Stewart    Tarmrack-Cheeape-ike  BID  .08  ���06M  92.00  ASKED  .09  6.76  105 00  75.00  90.00  .03  ���03^  .02'^  .02%  250  3.50  Mb  68  .60  1.00  .0%  .03  ���2%  ���2��  .10  .14  6)a  ��� 8<4  1.45  1.52  .6  .7%  0.62>2'  ���87>3  .60  0.90-  NOTICE.  To Whom it may Concern:  I wish to state that I  was   the only  person responsble for the agitation   for  the increasing of the hotel  license   fee  to $600.  ���E. P. Shea.  Phoenix, B.C., April 21, 1909.  WANTED   NOW  A reliable party to act as agent and  salesman in Phoenix and surrounding  district for the sale of hardy Ontario  urown fruit and ornamental trees.  Good pay weekly. Exclusive territory.  As we guarantee delivery of first grad-  stock in good condition our agents  have every chance of doing a splendid  business.     Write now.  Pelham Nursery Co.,  TORONTO,  ONT.  N.B.���HaleBnian   book orderi   Tor Fall dtlivery  trots, now oa.  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (Hew EdiioB Issued March, 1908.)  SIZE: Octivo.  PAGES:  1228.  CHAPTERS:   25.  SCOPE: The Copper Industry of  the World.  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 conceded ly. the  World's Standard Reference  Bctok on Copper.  THE MINER needs the books for  the.facts it gives him regarding Get  ology, Mining, Copper Deposits and  Copper Mines.  THE METALLURGIST needs the  book for the facts it gives him regarding copper milling, leaching, smelting  and refining.  THE COPPER CONSUMER  needs the book for every chapter ii  contains. It tells what, and explains  how and why.  THE INTESTOR IN COPPER  SHARES cannot afford to be without  it. The Copper Handbook gives  statistics and general information on  one hand, with thousands of. detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper mines of the entire  world, and the 40 pages of condensed  statistical tables alone are worth more  than the price of the book to each and  every owner of copper mining shares.  PRICE: $5.00 in buckram with  gilt top, or $7.50 in full library-  morocco.  TERMS: The most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sen'  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 to  you?  DEPART.  We again  offer  you  Curlew Cfeamery  The quantity is limited as yet,  but we are assured of a' steady  supply beginning- on Tuesday  of next week. If you have  not tried this butter ask some  neighbor of your's who lived  here last summer.  Remember it is only 24  hours from the churn when it  is placed on sale in this store,  and this store is the only place  you can buy it.  Government     Creamery  Butter has declined in price,  and we offer it as follows:  Fresh Made Prix, 3 lbs. $\M  14 Ponnd Boxes v..-. 4.51  28 Pound Boxes = v =  ALL FRESH STOCK  LOCAL FRESH EGGS  3 DOZEN FORI DOLLAR  We have some fancy Apple?  yet, which we offer at $2,00  per box.  These are perfectly sound  and good eaters and cookers.  How about Potatoes ?  The next time you are bivy>  ing get them here,  No. 1 White Stock, per cwt    $2  HARDWARE  DEPART.  NEW STOCK OF  PAINTS  VABNISHES  STAINS  ALABASTINE  Call and  ,$  ^'1  get Shade and  Cards.  Tint  GARDEN RAKES  GARDEN HOES  SCREEN DOORS  SCREEN WINDOWS  We have every thing needed  for the house and yard cleaning season.  DO NOT BUY WALL  PAPER UNTIL YOU  HAVE LOOKED AT  OUR SAMPLES   WRITE  publisher.  NOW to the editor and  Horace J. Stevens  Sheiden Building, Hought.o*J  Mich., U.S.A.   ���-'

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