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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 22, 1911

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';''.:���      ''���..���'��� -'-:X- :'������'. -Jr.-:-- ������-.:r:;.. .-;. i ,.':..:.:;'\\:.<:,~''.-..*i;A.  nanie: of the Phoenix Brewing corn^  Mii^;#^&&;:: r it^iW:  ClMayor, Mathespny AIc^nien^Mcj.  tbe Git^  ;^JbliSh5J^ie-:^n-ec^  :G|le^tl.:|fr:;:;''S":-^  ������������(���������r'SBs;.7  . *.>������'������'.������.ii.!*.'!"'  v.... yX-X-:K.Yt::-:  f:,:;::In|thclV::i>iastvf^:YeaB  '���:-.' Je^w^e;ta3  ^;|^iM||spr]nj^|  fapactty, the increasing demand for  oiepfcpopa^li^i^^^  |ng? theenlarge metatu necessary, y-y-xx  i Among* the ? improvements  now  UY^y;V0yyiVr'- MYxxugijJl^iuyvrS^YiaxU-ix  oio:nre;iwagon,for��$50.-v .  ;V.,i~,i ::   .T/',ill~^j-i'*';?:(<UJ'.  *T * l^f����    :���' XXil^X:"f-^-<  .X'  <'rX.   ������;': ���     '���        ��� ' ���   ;    ' ' ' :'  ^'^rfA^t /VA,,/0^'f;-V'tfi;.fr--;V'r'tf;}'?     "?'/���'': "-'f,:';:'.*;^/" '������  ,-^.Superintendent    Smith     of   the  ||at|^^om  'dw^inatidv-vlbViTu^n  LyuVi-'-^-L^^ '^-r;!-''-v --^vk^:^^  Whether   more   thanw six ^furnaces  ::^nd��r,.Y;w^^g  for the housing of additional equip-  ���:in(Bnti%|Mree|^^  business transacted:  ;^gPre^nif~May^^  ��� Aldelrmeh'^Pi :���'' ^Hv#'GosgrBve^y A^;:':D|  ;Ap^ersi^l|!*.Almst  ���������r;^hle^llpwihj^  ^h^i^il^S  ^-;';--����:^.^^';frf�� ',-XYYXY^XYY^:  .Gust:Jphnspnv.L':.:;vr:;..^^>^  '%.:0ov^^  ||^|||l|||ik  .^;^||fr|ws^|g^  fe!#f|||il|jr^i  ^hpeni^os^jC^^^  ^or|i|i^h^iip^-p|J  J;';:H:SM:althe^i^  ;B^:p^pnbne1^f::��  mms��Y*^-*^yytY^  lil^i-eJln^p^a^  Works^ldr f grkvefling  the  streets| pleted/ which f^will, greatlyi facilitate  >^he Assessor returned the Asses^ the  work   that  this   department of  :me1niiRb)^fo^  ���Mj  ill!  ' - '���'���''.���'-   . ,;r'^",'-'':  -li  feTOrf;^:'  sip  IT  '   ���- v��^"   -'������'���      '41*W��'-'-'  :���;"-.-,*!  :��� -!:��������   >i  -X^-S: ^^-. - .fZ:} ���'. M^ .. .'.' .--'   i^;-; -* : T-, .  |S2Pajly;pt��p5^^      Ore" iFrpj  '���    '��� .if.  f^Thel^British'W'ebium  company^has^cpjmplete^  n  x U  :yiY  .���>����������������?,  storage  up to   a^dW"lB0O''vDJBrre!sv'  and the  ice plant   will he increased  m r^^b^'H^sibhl:^r i Kre-  ^ectuig of the Assess-  >nent. Roll a��^ made by the Assessor  that the idleness of the two furnaces  ���ti(On^j|ei^^nlr^  struction of the aerial trfemway from  i��s:. Lone Star  Mitf^sp^-^o^^  2(^^ltSc1r$-sflinil^  200Pe1?ac^-smtheli|^  p the^tate;?ip��^a#ifngtp0^^  M  ork of'construction^was-m chari,4_,,  ���rtasi^dlthisllw^ijkt,un4e^iawj^^^  ^Pllll^illglilSnf^^  ixTCrieniPiw^ohsiderabl(i|^  .ieclffiri^jg^the^^  ;prdlernr^w:h���rs*alon^^  lutitfo'ig'fa^^  .^  Wi0yyYW^^^i  f   ;The field for^Phoenix beerlgrows  A test was made of the tramway  ..������ if-..'.U ��� I  a  ��� ���';��� '>.*-a.|  ' ''.".���''���;:':���.{'>.  ������ Ja:)|ei.ei^ai tof i^g^^^.tCroi^jew(^an.d  upr-to-date pattern.i*The brew house  |s  alsp comparitiyely new an^ is Supt. Brown and Boyle on a ]Tour of-'Inspec&pnr^Giv^^  X*lX-XYX XilX> Xii^U::,  inpHce   with  the .times   and is   now*  y-ecpgnized   as the only brews ^^ ^j^e  |Boundary   and   Similkameen "'. dis-  " Iricts.' S/Tn^^#erfei^^D^^dh-byU  progressive? business^ company with  Jrheo. Biner ais president; ^Albert-:  lEfiner, business manager, and. Dan  Biner, manager pf the branch established at Greenfwood last year.  ^ j  :;j%it. >Y^xi'HiiiYYY-it.-iYY-y<>...  Boundary C^Tohnages  Following are the returns sof the  output of the Miines and smielters of  the Bpun^ary jtlistric^; .fpr- the week  ending April 22 and for year to date:  Granby^; . : .���;;.;];20^380 344,878  Mother Lode ii ..�� y! 7;276    101; 713;  :ft<&-Pot :yy!^  ;RawHidev/Vf.\'' ;.?^V^4t^3^!  Snowshoe;; ..���,,;.. ^.:>; ZAPO  JSIiimber Seven ivii;:    ; > i v  Phoenix Amalgmt'd        ;  Athelstani'.r'M .; /.,.":'..'...',J  Napoleon . ..'. . .247  ���������:���!������.-   ������>.:��� ��� J '  : / X-.   ',   }  l-'X��� r i.  . ���} ������  Fife  Total. >.... -'ii 35,261;   5)55,754  'r-"' M'::,:     SMELTER TONkAdES1"    '';'';:',���  ii ���!  a ���  ;.;���;������,-:.-: n^.-^!-/:   1:1. /,..-(.- ^ .x<u,>,.  Qr(anby  ,,, vi, .,?!,. 19,^75   360,4^9  B. C. Copper Co.. 14,097      179,075  9,3��4  ;^p,9qp  '���������1^529  ! i^-so  60  E. L. Brown, general superin|  tendent of the   S. 1^. & N    distric|  or*^ne^G%eat Northern railway, ac|  companied�����ibyyAs^istanfe SuperinJ  ijrjBkn^.n^t��jJrt.., j^�� p^yje^a/rtved '.-i|:  Phoenix Tuesday eyening in Mr|  Brown's private car, which was at|-  tachedto^the regular^train*��v^^>,������.i  The car was sidetracked here for  theunigbt and the party^resumed  thelr^journey on^thje''foilo,wingf*,m0rhb  Superintehdent. Browri is making  ���-X' !��� :.r-ii;i ' -.X:\iX.' ��� ~'.;yi:f!X- f .V  .) JVi7 ?  i"!.i  ;>���'������.':;  ?T  his usual tpwr of inspection of the  division, making stops at all towns  along the^ line. ' Mr^ Brown is a  staunch ^friend to Phoenix and the  Boundary distHcti'ahd is interested:  ip the city^ advancement and4 the  pep'pl^Js prp;sp^ri|tyfy '>;,, /' '^^-..^x,  1 '-'In conversation With a represen-  iatiye''of -.the; Pibneer, Mr. Brown  stated that the outlook 'for the miri-  ^ng interests; mVthe surrounding district were never brighter ^ than ; stt  the present^ ana while there was a  slight financial Blep^ession in tlie  east, the western railroads had hot  as yetJelt the slump.,;. '^ei\��)isfffpx.Pr  the smelter hegan^astlweeki 3  tOfore the orel from this  mine was  .hauled; by; wagon vlt^a^j^ -  Kettle; A^jley Railway iand  tpl:;v^and':^:;;F^ks :.^nS^-:^%4^S'?fP :  Greenwood.::-, "y. i^&hn   j),xyxx x<>hj  Thei: Lone- Star ' is  a V promisihg  which^wbuld stimulate the industry  and u rge > the mine (operator bh- to  Wne*aterr actioni^a:is''-:^eir'-;-asr'fckusie:'  to'be^:dei^ibped ^hew^ ^ropertie^s and -  brjng more ^capital  into the district.  However J the most welcome news I mine  and has  a large tonnage^<of  that/l$r.i Brown  imparted was that *'    ��    ���      -  the coal mines in the Crow's Nest  PassAwpuld resume , operations im-  rpediately, and that he has given in*-  -struiedbhs'r to the T superintendents  albiig the: line(to accumulate all the  coal cars possible and rush them to  Fernie that there would be no delay ip the shipment of coal and coke.  It thus appears that the Great  Northern 'official' is in a position to  state that the coal strike is about  to lie settled, at least near enough  i$he RPlpt as   to cause   preparations  being hurried   up in  anticipation of lGr has a wife and family ipWplyer'-  .an   early resumption of operations,   hampton, England, and has been in  ���"t-i,..  '.<::]  ' i ':.*:M  6re blocked out and is; said to ��� be  one of the rbest producers operated  by the B; C. company; ^      y;  With the tramway now in wording order, and the expense of transportation reduced, will very mate'rir  ally add to the net profits of the  company.  '. ������-   ���   ������ n-flfcl '      ���' ������'��� '  Attempted   Suicide.  j  A man giving his   name as F. H;  Taylor and his   residence  Phoenix,  attempted suicide  at  Nelson Wednesday by cutting his throat.    Tay-  The good news was received in  Phoenix yviih no small amount of  enthusiasm. Confidence restore^  was pictured on the countenance of  every person who had knowledge  pf the! jglad tidings, and sighs of  pijrse-strings(   loosening   up    were  dieted a rise in the price of copper,   manifest all oyer the city.  British  Columbia for  the last four  years. ?,. ,. ���.-.  .,_ ^, ;[ ,,..r; ___..._ ,.������<-..,  Taylor worked iii Phoenix last  winter, an,d boarded at tl^e King's  hotel. Quite a number of people  knew him and always considered  that he was unbalanced, and his,attempt at suicide is . no surprise to  his acquaintences in this city.  CT-^-re^gra^-^^  -S!*^.*:."uAH^VAfUfiTTd'SAi-ii^ .iVJ  ?iKS?71Tj;  ^ro^r^^ir^^r^^  4^v pttiXkiiiM^XX1:'
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^PUBLIC NOTICE' is' hereby' given
that, i under the i authority contained
in section, 131. of the. llLand Act," a
regulation has been approved by the
Lieutenant-Governor in council - fixing
the„niinimuni sale-prices of first-an
second-class- lands at' $10'and $5 per
acreJrespectively.r^^   ■•*.:.* h.y\>   nut"'
l^is^regulation further provides that
the'prices fixed ^therein shall apply to
all lands with'respect to which theap-
plication to purchase, is given .favorable consideration after'this date,' hot-
withstanding the date of such.-application or any delay t^ti}may..hay;e ,oc
curred in the/» consideration '"of the
same.'' ' .'' •* ,.i. ■ x,r\^t v m'^-j -v
v Further notice is' hereby given that
all persons' who have pending applications to purchase lands under the-provisions of section 34 or 36 of .the "liand
Act" and who are not willing to complete such' purchases underlie prices
fixed by the aforesaid regulation shall
be at liberty to withdraw1 such'applications and receive refund of,ythe
moneys deposited on account of such
applications. ' ^,, : <    .
fy ; WILLIAM B. BQSS,
S^*,, r ,  Minister of Lands.
Department of Lands,
H ^Victoria, B. C. April 3rd, 1911.
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the most convenitnt Hotel to
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,   4   , wranby mines and is the home
. ,. . , of the miner,/ Everyt,hing neat,
,• T» ? clean, and comfortable.
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ning' • a ^^JBpecial" ^delivery between
Baker: Creek and Cascade,, made a
record, run this, week. ,-.. . *4,i t .,,*.,.,,
' George Wobstei% treasurer,,and ,bne
of the directors of the Granby com-
pany came in over the Great'Northern
.Wednesday! evening..s q i * >' l-    ^c?ii :J j -r ^
'i. John ivMcGibbQn fof'fSarnie? Ont.jr :a
large^stockholder Ari the.} Phoenix Development' company, was iin the .city
Sunday and Monday.  .
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1,-Wm; Jackson leftpnrthe:C^eat!Npi^
them train on Monday morning for
C^esaw, Washl?, wHere^tfe *wiU*gb^to
work on the diamond drill.' "'W^-'  V
n* F6Y" Sale^lfiifobt- gasoline ^launch
and half interest-^ in vl>oathouse cat
Christena Lake; cheap for cash. ,1W.
Av-Williams, ^randJKorks.^. ^, ^.    .   ,
vcBorn4—rIn,.Phoemx, -on Wednesday;*
April 19th," to Mr. and Mrs. J._ McDougall, a son. Mr. McDougall is en-
girieer-oh'the GreEt? Northern7.'-'    *^'1 -' 5
v I TheJu^n'windrtKfi Sunday! blewdown,
a.sign that was hanging in front,of
John Love's drug store,- breaking a
large-.plate glass/ valued at $150.ri 'cK'- >
r,;Werner's  orchestra   furnished "the,
music for ^he dance given hy the Odd
Fellows in, Grand Forks Monday night.
The dance wasia, howling success.   . «
George" Rogers, druggist, who has
'feen'a^resident' of 'Phoenix for ^ome
tiiue,€left on the "Great Northern Wed-
nesday morning-for Vancouver.   , .
"r~Page Bbylei diamond drill'expert,,
returned Tuesday from Chesaw, Was|i.
where he has .been superintending, diamond drill operations on the group of
claims recently bonded by the (Granby
company.
Fred Mattice, who has been breaking on the Great Northern into Phoenix fo£ the last two years has been
promoted to conductor, and will leave
Saturday to take up his new duties, as
conductor of the local freight, running1
between Spokane and Marcus. 'The-
promotion is a deserving one,; and
Fred's many friends in Phoenix are
congratulating him on-his rise in rail-!
way circles.
The ball given on Monday evening
by the baseball boys was well attended
and netted quite a handsome sum,,
which will go towards buying suits,
bats, balls, etc. , Another dance will be
given in the near future, and if the
same patronage is extended, the club
will be in fair circumstances to weather
the present ball season.
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' .The pioneer., received a- sample
copy^f of a "letter irom A.- A. White
written^ on three'sheets of what, he'
ferms (Carsica Papaya), extracted from
. a tree in that'tropical climate at Chris-'
tena. Mr. White intends shortly to
build a paper factory-where?'he can
use his new invention to advantage.; , -
The 10-round, contest return % match
between Jimmie Britt of Phoenix and
Harry Guise of Republic^pulled^ off in
the Miners' Union hall; Rossland, on
Tuesday, April 18th; prbvedl to ? be interesting throughout the entire bout.
Jimmie Britt who has shown^class on
several occasions in the Boundary,
being an aggressive fighter, and having
knocked out Guise' in Rossland" some
-few weeks ago, attempted to again repeat the dose, but failed to make connections. Although he los^ the fight
on points he states to the Pioneer that
he is willing to meet Harry Guise
again and prove that he is • master of
I the situation.
Corporation of the City of
.  Phoenix, B.C.
Court of Revision
-The firstfsitting of the Annual Court ■»,;
of "Revision for the revising, correcting
and ^hearing complaints against the
^Assessment Roll, as made by the assessor for the year 1911, will be held at
jthe City Hall, on June 12th, at 2 p.m.
"AH persons having complaints must
give notice in writing to the Assessor
at least ten days before the first sitting
oftheCourt.
..Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,   the  20th
day of April, 1911.
H. HARTLEY, Assessor.
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For further particulars call or write  ���:v !.'���!,"/-''���;.'.''��� i','���'���.*'ioi  "-������'.''^/j  ^fi  Ml  ������'������'���i;'.-:*^l  HI  !-f'^f;  ')l;-^.':'v'.:' jh'?'  ii  :^1 }\  X  ��  &  If  afe  *?  'IV'  tip  A      v  I !-l  :���:�����; ;>  .  4 * ' v      -,  :J_      ?,'  '������:X'<'ixt* &���'  j::#: \   ..V-  I  "*���    *���  :*P '"  He  IF-  t0M% Ft.  ItPPtt I--''  i�� i  flip \  IkK:'.  ft:"ffiV:  'S'-S;  lis  IS*  -iitlit  ,;.fe  ^f��W*i**^.*r����...|...***��^��.*�� M-O-ii-w������������������������������������������., ���,.,..������..������������,,^ .,��������������� .,,��������-.,,....--.  .,     THE PHOENIX PIONEER   .ning, and  there is  unquestionably  -; ' "" ,f"V"JVan&'"'"-/��� J''/V"-"'' the'makings of" a substantial* prosperity. Capita] is seeking* meritori-  ous,, mining i investment ^channels*  tend the$ effect < is. eyidenft both ,m  Jb_^iy*dau^Mining Journal  />'���  ;i��SUED WEEKLY f^,      IV!) *\  .   WAT PHOENIX^BRITISH/iCbLUMBiA ^  i ���*���,     VJnhcr*-��ii*itinn r  rf  fin nor iroai*    * ���. '  ��� �����:, j Stibscriptibn/ 2.00 per year v :>  i>u       2.50 to United States.  * *��� it (*.,  ���jbsb  Kay & Conway, Publishers.  K    '      ADVERTISING SCALE,  1 Ajjjplication for Liquor Licence (90 days) ..$1.00  *.' Oertiflcate of Improvement notice (60 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land' notices (60 days)  ..    ��*&"'        '    ** evr eiV  ^All other' legrat^ gdvettising-, 12uoents 'a line  sinlrle column, for the first insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  connection with the older canaps ajnd  new ones.,-/    ,   ,.f   . ^/.1'      **,*�����  ;        C^    "'.- .   ���.,-       '4i;        ','...'  WjS*  ,��*> Saturday; April 22, 1911  3!  ��^|   The Negro Immigrant  Sjhe iJ^^oLpegrroes  into^ Canada  gfovernment  to crack.^; Several .resolutions have  bf|h    introduced   at   Ottawa  that  A^olild have restrained this immigration had they been ;;adbptedi but all  olJhem   were in   direct violation of  tffeimmigTMob laws.ndw existing  , TE]here(4was a tim^  when Canada of-  fered   inducements, to the neerottb  cast his lot under the  protectfon of  t^f Brit^h^flag:^  tqerrag'nt.of franchise was assured.  C^pditions have changed, however,  iagg instead the lawmakers are now  "P?i :thei/rXfbram%^oyertime ^tq  ���< -.A.^*  vi^ij*  rf-.-J*?*1      -VV��tf        *f^    '���J-i-lSf ** *      ���&"*��&&  Phoenix "has   the   reputation    of  being  a   good   show  town,   and a  meritorious show can   alwaysAcountJ >     ���,,,<|<f  on getting a  liberal patronage, but'        T ~l *  barn-storming aggregations generally get.what they deserve���a frost./  ������yfa#'i      ^   .   /      ^    i  | For the^ benefit of ,the ;pu^der|  Phoenix is the possessor of the.  largest mine in Canada���the great^  Granby.        , M   f'  ���WW"*'' U��*^��IJ��rt*^*IAl(f*����,J>ml*-t��v��l��    -.<fri��tV.   �����..��*,i-��,li    f Jlf<OCV'.,l.W.rt��Jrf., ,*.;.(, n��"*tt   '����^>r.l--.4.>><  That clean-up that was promised  Phoenix,seems to have been side-  tracked somewhere.  It,is surprising* how in-J  tsdiyidual   all   these.hun-f  3     '������a '<' ,        ^ ���  fd-\eds| -ofi SemfeR^ady  Suits can be. -c  '*%r,   to  ik'C  What:, has  b|co^e  of^the  new|  rink agitation ?v    ^      *-r* ,    '   ^.   New Immigration Methods. ,  ��The scheme of  Norton   Griffiths,  bring out their tamtlies ^ making  remarkable progress". A separate  project for the transmission ofVjJemi-  grants from Wednesbury to a new  l^edyesfeur^ in ^Canada" ist: ^alsb  rapidly, developing./ ^.       v*  *���> BdtTf^schefises^are^ radically--dif-^  The  combination   of;: >  colors and patterns and y  4,' -  styles���the rare exclus-5,  iveness of designs���makeX  a^wonderfully strong ap-;  Jpil to|those|;^|aSte and.:"refin!inenti5:. .Never :  J;>etoreSia?  tlliewPPening   offspringvbeen: accom-  pahied by so rich a display of fashions and fabribsv!  rm^ SUITS AND OVERCOATS: ��  The Wardrobe is abloom with the latest pro-;  [IductsVdf Tthe  masterly  skill  of; the  Se^mi-Ready ^  ^sfgner-~,tKe,:foremost  creator  of elegfarit g-ar-"  r I    ment   in    Canada.,.    Whea   may  iwe  have   the  ���    pleasure   ot  shoWmg  you   these  superb   Spring- <  MiKS*-?'  ifT'  l    '    1    It-'  dipament. ' The great demand for  horpes in Canada by desirable white  people is the.reason   that negro im-  *t5*l  ^ry-large per��  cent of black people who take kind-  ly{to the hard^ ^work^ of carving out  a home on the raw prairies. ,  ..I'  Efusiness Methods in Mining.  ;;l;here is not a more profitable industry ttoao ���,mining^when business  "   are   used.     There   is  no  m  saf-er channel for the   investment of  funds  than  mining.    There   is  no  ment thap unearthing the hidden  treasure, v As;,Jmanyrmines -as'have  been found, it does not represent  the^ total by any meansr,-*#or there  will yet be discovered perhaps as  good mines as ever, the existence  ��f Which may not even be suspected  at this time. ;  The right kind of enthusiasm will  attract the merited public   attentkm  to;,this  industry, and tjiere will   re-  , s^|a prosperity which, beside joene-  fi��^g^ mining, wilt havfca whole-  s��Me effect upon   business   and fin-  a  conditions generally.  4  n-,1-.  optimistic  reports  are   reaching  ust isom every section, and   mining  I operators are generally talking pros-  Ipilbuj^times.ifoiv mining.    The"min-!  mg industry is due for  another in-  With regard to  the former scheme,^  when Mr. -Griffiths^waPin^thff'lloi  minion last year  the   leading  business   men, ofCWipnipeg^iscus^feS^  with   him   the'^question   of further  MP-P^^ft -^.an��tf?l,fro^jl' |he  Home; Country.      It    was   pointed  put^tbafc ft w^a's in\the4nteresfebf  each  town   and  of, the   Dominion  ,that-;as;tmany \ persons J'ofr ?British;  nationality as   was  possible should  be/attracted to- feapadafto breveh*  the'English race being swamped by  the foreigners who are* daily pouring  into the country.    At that time Mr.  Qrifliths suggested that {araccoinp-  lish this end the tbwhships ih which  English , emigrantsi  were,,, settling  should arrange for 'the'transportvof  vthe  families  left  behind, "and /thus  give the settlers a large "stake in the  country.    At the instigation of  W.  J. Bulman, the   head of one of the  largest firms jn   tbe city, and other  prominent men, a league was form-  ei iii Winnipeg  knbwp   as thetlm-  perial Home Reunion   Association.  New  arrivals  in Winnipeg  are, invited to apprbach this body, and if,  uffon inquiry, it is  found that  they  are in good employment, one of the  steamship   companies   receives   an  order  to  take   out   to   them   their  families,   the   association   meeting  tbe expenses.    The sum so expended has to be repaid by the   workers  by easy installments.���The London  Standard.  y a :���  > t -Suits.  l'       .  i'��;-  -* ^  ���*"{,  '>   ', ',!-.  from $35.oo to $20.oo  Vr*s2->-  -  . i  & CO.  J  Mtlnf Wfell-Fed Cows  r ^  Is'the first essential of a well-regulated dairy, ��s  t well as cleanliness.     We have both.    Our  milk"is  Mv v '       wholesome���1even the babies thrive on it.  ,1  v r  J. WB Hannam, Pr@p,  To make room for the Season's new stock, of Wall  Paper all last season's lines, many attractive and  pretty, will be disposed of at rock bottom prices to  clear. They are of neat and pretty patterns and  decidedly. cheap. i  W�� are also ma.tein& a.' bier eut in Leather Goods,  Qias��, Chi eta, Earthenware anoi ftScweltie��. Call and  see them.  S# wtfh i^i   Statiotiery-' and  Iryilli      Fancy <S����cis  ��:y*;^;;  |fe|s^a^|**f ���Mr���*����������, ���   ft ������> ���* ��>WM*| *��tf^fK-#����  how to live lowg THEiMINERS' MION  / -. . '       ���>   ���' "Zy\ (Z>~ Ja  ^t^^Z,^       MBS BIG SMOKER  kidneys afflict old age with great  discomforts. '* The back becomes  bent andlame, rheumatism is chron-  ,. ic, eyesight fails  land too frequent  'or t involuntary  passages of the  urine   causes  I'embarrassmen t  by day and loss  !of sleepat nighu  Booths  Kid:  ne^ Pills bring  new strength to old backs and quick  relief to weakened kidneys. \ They  banish backacne and ; rheumatic  pain, regulate the bladder and urine..  Booth's Kidney Pills are for sick  kidneys in old or young and re  guaranteed by'the proprietors, The  R. T. Booth Co., Ltd., Fort Erie,  Ont. "Sold everywhere 50c box.  Free trial sent on request. Sold  and "guaranteedin Phoenix by. John  Love;   '    *> .  EW .ARRIVALS  propriate Talk.  The smoker given last vSaturday  night by the'Miners''Union'.to reim-  burse1 same ,for' money donated to  assist a sick member, was a decided  >success;in every parHcular.,,1^^!;  The program vas: prearranged,/ was  carried out literally;, with b'utjohe 0r  two unavoidable exceptions.,^ <\ S-r  / Emma F. Langdon, who is ,the  representative of the Miners' Magazine, gave a short talk on the ad-  of    the  -i1'    "We have just received a shipment of the latest in  SILVER, BRASS AJKSD COPPER WARES  such   as   AFTERNOON  TEA/SETS,  with Tray,  DESSERT  ,   SETS, ETC., in Silver Plate.  The  latest  in HOT  WATER  BOTTLES, in Brass, and  COFFEE PERCOLATORS, etc. in Copper.   ,  *���** 1  These Goods are all new and up:to-date, but must be seen'i  to be appreciated. , ,        ,',-'"'  NO TROUBLE TO 8HOW GOODS.  vancement  CO��vc*i ��<---��-   You Are  Losing Money  day by day if you fail to investigate the merits of our  Beer.  Wholesome Beer  properly brewed and of proper  age is the only kind to buy.  It   costs more to  produce  a  pure   palatable   beer   than   a  Beer of inferior quality.     We  do it.though, and don't charge  extra for it.    For ^i: BEER  best quality,   ours   takes   the  lead.  PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LTD.  organization  throughout the United '>��� States and  Canada, which was^iliighly ap-  predated'. She has.the^'destinction  of being the only female member of  the Western Federation  of Miners'  and the United   Mine   Workers .df  * -' ' ^ ���>  America.     After her talk' she   read  . '���- " ' ' i,' --���       - -;     0|'  an amusing story in   negro   dialect,  which  had its funny side, as well^as  illustrating the^ebst and tribulations  of being great and prominent before  the world. ,  ,  v  Several three-round > boxing ^contests were pulled'off by .local-talent,  as well as a buck and wing dance  and a number of vocal solos. A  string band at intervals dispensed  sweet strains of the popular airs of  the day; and taken as a whole the  affair was highly- enjoyed by all  present. ;  The Afiners' Union never doe^  anything>by halves, and it, is hoped  that these entertainments will be  given often in the future.  E. A. BLACK  - f ���  The Jeweler  Medicinal Preparations  We have just received a full line of International  Preparations,   including   Poultry   Food���  Stock Food, Louse Kiiler���just the thing  y,     for this time of the year.  PEROXIDE���Just in a fresh supply 6f PARbXIDE^  ali sixes-���25c���, SOc, and $1.oo.  LOVE'S   DRUG  STORE  . '. i  OVER 06 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Locating of Kettle Valley Line  Three engineering parties are in  the-field locating the main line of  the Kettle Valley railway. Two  are engaged east and west of Princeton, while the third outfit is working  west from Coldwater summit to  Roberts pass, a point south ot Aspen  Grove.  Construction gangs are now busy  at grading work from Midway west  to Bull creek canyon, a distance of  30 miles in all. About 20 miles of  this grade is finished.  There is also great activity beyond the end of the railway*south of  Merritt in the Nicola valley. The  management expects to have 100  miles of track/laid before next fall.  This total willinclude the 20 miles  already built south from Merritt.  POOL TABLES AND BOWL.IN GALLEYS  Complete line of PIPES,.TOBACCOS, CIGARS  AND CIGARETTES  .....    Always in  Stock]  ���Finest Secection of CONFECTIONERY, Try the  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR - CHOCOLATES  New First-CIass Barber Shop lne  Con  ection  Trade Marks  Designs  r-V * '        ��� ��� ' OP '/RIGHTS <&C  Anyone sendiri;.- s> ?!���*������������-?��� onddoacrlptlonsnay,  nulok:ly-nscorL;ii/: o .r c     U-a free whether au  invenMnn ie prolmi \y p...,,v.'f~'iblG.   Conimnnlcn*  tionsstriotlycon��(i(!iitl..i. H'iwDBOOK on Patento  sent free. Oldest ai/nnc.y fursecurm-zp&tentfl.  Pntents taken th roach Munu & Co. receive  special notice, without ohnnjre, In the  ie jfieri^tj.  A h&ndflomely Ulnstrated weefely. Lanreat circulation of any scientific Journal, lerins for  fmada, #8.78 a year, poBtage prepaid. Sold by  ;.'I newsdealers.  ��� f  ���^Fffl^Mwf��MNi New Yorft  IX mich Office. 628 F S<^, Washlnaton. J>. C.  May Dance to Hell  :-J4IH  *'They glide into the-dance  whirl off the edge of a decent life. ..  Passion", and nothing else, is the  true basis of , the pppulaiityi of  modern dancing,, f. I. It is a worldly  amusement, and leads to the forgetting of God and to the seduction of,  innocent souls. Many a soul has  danceo/ to hell."  These words  were   used  by Rev."  Benjamin Goodfield, pastor of Woolwich     Street     Baptist     church    of  Guelph,    Ont.,    in   a    sermon   on  modern dancing.  AN     EASY    SHAVE,    STYLISH    HAIRCUT,     REFRESHING  MASSAGE"      . \      . *.      .'. INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  COSGROVE & McASTOCKER, Proprietors  .   <    - ' - '<��� '  Phoenix Cartage Co.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling- done,  let us do it for you. That is bur business^ and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cord wood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  L.  B  PHONE  <s%^V  Suets Clea  ���,..''*"'  NEXT   DOOR   TO  ALMSTROM'S,   UPPER  TOWN  ' V*  t  c  ''J  i  m  m  a.'*-. stag  Ls4sfe' lwr;-iHHv!*'<ih<-:4 XX<,;xx ��� i]'^: XX- '������'���-.^i.-..'.','"'������.:  imMmm  Itpss  m^xxxix  mm-   torn:  mp   ���TO-  png Edward Lodge  No Chance  ��.*  ft  Wo. 36, A.F. andJMVI.    ���>  ��^reJs, n�� chance of being buft-   ^'-     '- ,<���'./*    ��;',ed3   alive/-in xitlje   Brooklyn ;r hotel. ���  M'SI'  I  J  ;0f^-r^f^.^^';;::}^ p.m.   Second Thursday of,  mrW:x:u^x^~xx:,r:.r^ each > month.' *^'   ���' "���   ���- 'V,T  EmsYYYYYYYxmmmim^ ��:<-�� ,:? k ��� > <.��v ��� ������  fc^M^^f^v;S^;V/^^^^'^ , J.   ft.   Rnvnra  Manager, Marshall , has  installed;^  J.  S.  BOYCB,  ���'" ''"'������W.'M.^  l^i'lw'I^Pte^Mfiiii^'    "  fire escape in everv,,room in the  house, and all one has to do in ca$e  of,fire is to climb'-ouf of a window ���  "\i     I  anp!-5 slide safely to terra firma.  ^hese .devices were placed in the  rooms .this-week, and   Mr. Marshall  I. O. O. F   '*** tc' ^e con'S,ratu'ated on this stroke  of  precaution'   in   safeguarding   his  XlXiY, YYx '    J >5-  .giiests against danger  Snowshoe Lodge   Nd^ 38 " "  l.r$ffiii:ii.is xx:, X  tOTis.-v^r;";''.--..  l^l^^^^^��;^*1��oor was  ��.,��� laid  in t%  :;$iaUy->;invited.;^ room and kitchen, the   work'1  '* be ing^accom pi is bed, Lrom> Saturday,  night^after   dinner   until    Sunday  ^lih?ornihgfS   'Painting,   papering* anci'  ��i^-^;--V.::';>/-!:i'.:7,^:v:;  ^ii?:ir-:.^^vVvv.��;.v;',  ���mtix    ;-t|ii|u^ renovating   will   start   in "a  xv0M;MSh^'bnix^od days, and   with  the  new  auto-  ;/:->yvv;;^^^%'^ vacuum cleaner in  operation:  P^SlS^iilliiS^^ Brooklyn1- Will7 take  on' a * bright  v.y;^:.?^;^;:;^^^:gsat^ radiant appearance.   ,��.       .-, ..v  ^_  isaillsSSS1���***  iiiiWoBKiit  if  r^'!^:  Canadian Pacific  g-^he Dominion of Canada will this  p|r have a larger increase of  hotel  ..fc-^,���,*-,,.,:,,,��,,,;,-,5:,:w.i,,:^v-:.-'l     - ^;-= .^��IT����"odatioiis,' ^th rough    the   ac-  ^^^^^&^M^MVMBy  6f,the,Caiiadian..Pacific  and  ��ltliil|^^  j';:���'���' ���': :.;j y.;. uxi^toirikabie.  '���; -^jfr  :yy       p^cepti<>ti^ y::r''  .yaluebecaus^  it does wear '������;-^j  amazingly.  Real   comfort,  because   so  knit   th^t   the  shape   stays >  in   it.    These  reasons should make you  request   the   brand   and  look   for   the   trademark  Have  you tried Penman's'  No   95?    For the children  as   well   as  grown   ups.  -VUNSHRINKABiEV.  Tyr&cfe   SftarAl  ^mM0Mym^^  myyYxxxmYYyxYxxYymw&Mi��^  JlffiK.. .���,..  mmYixxi  W^yyyy  |��*��i-'.v:-v.--i.;,.-(-s  ^r ���'.-!��� ���-ruT-'t"'..     ,   ������',^^' ^ ,('���%"���*���-���������������.- ^^^ ;!'���,���..*'���*'.'(-���.'.i-. ���--'., J':-Ti-.-. ammr-''',��� sm^% ���:���'?(���>���>*��� i^'i  Grind Trunk Pacific railroads, than  !$|ny previous, year in' its: history?  ganadian Pacific is enlarging practically all <ts large hotels except the  ^Empress at Victoria, B.C. The  gateau" Frontenac at Qliebec will,  f|h��s; year, have capacity for 1000  H!|sts, the Place Vigier at Montreal;  SJSjI^p^f, ^?,e   |than   doubled^^in  fSaglcityJby^the > addition ^of ^140  Pfg{ ^ thei 110l i��no\il k4^the  /   1   '  W^-m '���: :���  jy �����&;'������ '���": ������������  WcimxXxX'xx  - A?��v=::;-..-r,v^,.���;,���:������  ,>��^xY:Y'XXX:.  ?'$mx:yYYXx  ytsMx Xxx;xx  t^ymxyYxxYr  iVj-iMS--;-������. ������������-���:���..'; '  - P'i^yyyYr~.:  hWyYYYx':X  r |^||fc:?;,-;x:,,.-;  -^'.sS----^/.-,.v,J.  iilSlS^^Bil'  ,;,i;:,;,,{;;:,,.a.fl.rer:::;Btfe^  n|v|:hotel is,aIso toeing built in,Tor*  ���$Pt9:> Oht., and another at Calffarv.  ^Iberta,   each   to   cost   over   $1,-  oMooo. -.  ;,  Hotel: Br Sofclpll  -.'    ' Th^ ��nly First-Class ,and Up-Tbibate^|?S^S  Hotel in  Phoenix.  ,  New from  dellarlJlSg  to  roof.   Best Sample  Rooms imiheS        I   I  -Boundary,   Opposite    Great   Northernl S    | i  Depot.       :.-.   v      Modern Bathrooms/'  STEAM HEA-jfeD; '  ELECT.IUC LIGhAd  ,..-        '-.--.   '.���-���.-- - " ��� ���  ���-. -SS: ':  James Marshall, Prop. -     Phoenix:, B.6.  ^���^f'^^  A' ���'  QUEEN'S  HOTEL  ^ xx- .rx$iiXgM& ^^ryi:skwYmY^Y.x:m^:'M^x^x^  "3rV s-  U* sifts/ Ur.v.. .  - . "'-.-^  ,Bf���all;Jcinds promptlySattended  ���'.'���..   Y:XYYY:Yx:''-y'::'^''''YXY-'X-"Y: ::JYxXY*Y':y'Y:Y.YY-'::-YYx:  x" ^^^^^M^^^^^.^^i  '���.. y g^e\Trans^^.|;Care^  ;;:;.;;; .'ti.6.n ;to'all orders;^  ��- ^ain%i|G.: mMM^mi  ppg;:?r:-;:;/x;:gpPi^ Fir and Tarn-  K illlliliil^^Mil#-50: ��� Per ��ordr  j>\'^;fn-i ffi'$yi&&iyyyM$^ ������- ������.-���"  | ;       '-NOTICE. '^ m - - ,-;;'-   '  Tenters wttl be receivVd by the undersigned  up to the 22nd day of April, 1911, at 5 p.m. for  the; purchase of Block 27/ Subdivision of Lot  NP; 5*1, Grtmpe l,New Westminster district,  .8i|uai>^in^he ^city of ,^"arieouyer^rand bein^  W$$$*S;S^old, Provincial court-house. 'Each  ttendeVmusti be enclosed in a registered letter  ^^4?^ be addressed to the undersigned, and  ;Plainl^marked  "Tender^ for old Vancouver  Courthouse Site," and must be accompanied by  fn a^Ptjedcheque for 10 per cent of-payment  of the purchase money.   Payment for the prop-  ^^5Wfirib�� I accepted in installments5 of one-  quarter of the purchase money.   The first of  such installments to be paid within 30 days  affc��^tb:e^ acceptance of the tender, and the  lothl?? fojee^ annually thereafter, with interest  at the rate of 6 per cent per annum.   In the  event of the person whose tender is accepted  tailing to complete the first' installment within  30 days of the notice of such acceptance the  ^K^i!"?1 wHl Be cancelled and his 10 per  cent deposit forfeited.   Tlie cheques of the successful tenderers will be returned.; The highest  or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  No commission of any kind will be allowed.    .  \.:'..::ix��y        ', WILLIAM B. ROSS, .   '  ,n' 'S     *.   . ^ Minister of Lands.'  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B: C., March 7,1911.  -1��  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  ' .      ' This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the-city,  --heated  by  steam,   and .well   furnished'thoughout  for the accommodation of the public.     Everything  Neat,  Clean  and  Up-to-Date.      MeaN  served  at  all hours.    -  l\:> B-ir Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Cigars  CENTRALLY  LOCATED ON CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HiLL   AVENUE  -Steam Heated, ESectric  Lifi-hting-.  Telephone 48 and 26  a --  ��P"an  00(  x'H:-  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  AVOOD or SLABWOOD I  can   fill  your  order  promptly.  IB!   .'  It's going to be an easy matter for you  to satisfy yourself in Clothing this  Spring if you come here, to, do it. If  you have,any pet ideas about what you  want you'll find  usable  to  meet  them.  Generous values ��� more than your  money's worth���that's the idea we're  working on here. You'll learn, if yon  haven't already; thtit 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.  La.r^�� stock ��f��wQrythmg in Gents* Furnishings  ������ *      ! v m %'--'M��-'-��� ;-;i-.-.  i^/    ^^y��iW:h-i:'y-y-K$^  ' "'  *            '"  ��'    v * �� t   c���*J-J*'"I-*.**j'.---.:   . ������  ;t_ J.':": ^"    i-:.-����,.J^r1CT---i-^m'��,*t*-^**>'-'ilR'V'**^ - .^-**.��^-m.*|*-....iJ��*��**-Mi��ufl*i^ ��������� . ?i.T..' ���i-:  '. 1  ���    -^- ��� ���  *r**mrhm^*s.*x*1      -f* *V-tf s��Mnmm   wfr ift    i-w ^iji It     11       ."��      ���*   % * ^^      ** T m -IW ���n* �����       -j     t     ."���I. ������. ���" i        ���"��� J   -^        r       *1        �������     * ������� .*"*?   *iw ���* arni-<n- ^ -V*      ���*f*i     s-rr ����������->-" I ���" ,��   ����������� *W    ���p��*^^i    -l**! ���������     "I T*n|t�� ->���  *���>& �� Al ��� m.--m    7��  ���        fl . ir     _   l��niliiN   ifi r   i-i"**nr   ��� ������ 1* ��������!�������� y M��fi|l��   |B�� T��^    ������ I.        �� ��� ��*���"���   ^   J!"1**^ 1"l" I"     "^j       ������"���?��� ^T     f^TTl  Iffl *Y  Iia btiySng foaMn�� powder  examl*ae tthe lafeei asad te&e  only a brand sStowm to be  inade with Cream ol Tartar  ���P  ' J   UfMnfM li "V'  1 **'  ""ltt-*..  i wwM.i->:��� Y.j.wtiY^j- Wcm!  ^S"j5.  9  A pRe,wii61esomcf reliable Grape  Creaip pi Tartar Baking Powder.  Improves the flavor anil adds  to the healthfulness of the food.  t,  .XT*,r.��?\  f zj i*',. i -..,,  N&Alw  Lime Phosphate  i i  ^Bi^l'tieaacc; tlie' HealUifuliiess  k $ ��\     t of the Food.  W!  ������lam quite positive that the use of alum baldna  powder should be condemned."  I   '. v   -������Pnf. Vaaghim, VnicenStyof Michigan.  , Road tSsQ Label and remember that  ' %l '- "i    W      r   ";.v    ^' *, ������,,?*. ,  ^Alum*. sodium alum, basic aluminum sulphate*  sulphate of aluminum, all mean the same thing ���  namely, BURNT ALUM."���JCoiwm State Board of Health.    -     '  >���!      i" '  '��?   'H-'l  s, A Sunday Fight  *,��  t'john Korkovich, Anlone .Yliliei,  Joe Joderell arid Sam Miller, Russian-Fins, engaged in a mix-up near  the C.P.R. station last Sunday after-  noon, in which all   four   were   more  <t .   , ;.  >        ,   '  6V less injured.     Knives   were   used  freely, and the participants each received slashes about* the head and  face. One of the fighters was so  severely  carved  that-he   was.com-  ." ' r  v,'        -        ,,:ry     ./ s       ,<    >J,  **  pelle'd   to-$ call   lippn^ Dr.% Dickson^  who dressed his wounds.  "All ofthe parties were arrested  charged with assault, but on account  of the evidence being so conflicting  they were discharged. Attorney  .Black of Greenwood appeared for the  complainant, while Mr. I; Hallett  represented the defendants. The case  lasted until midnight Saturday, and  was   tried before   Justice. "Delahay.  Local and General  rtment  of  fresh   .vegetable < and  er seeds >at Lo.ve s drugstore. \ k  '���"'*".���> to   v v-1   in'- k;   -\J ���-',    jsp ��� k.A  Fudge! Fjadge!^ At the drugstore.  A\'fresh   supply;<J$ustArt. v It's:good.  ��� For sale-^at The^Pioneer. office^ clean  newspapers, put-up in bundles,, at 25c.  In advertising always say what you  believe;*if yOu'wish' people to believe  what you say.  Seeds!    Seeds!   Just arrived, a large'  assortmen t   of   fresh  flower  Wan^e'd~T6 "Tent,0smairwcottage%^  'nwelling with.or.without the option of  purchasing at end of the year. Bent  imust be very low to obtain considera-.  tionV Address^,Advertiser, P. O. Box  :3Jfe,.-P;hoenix;B.;b.i; :|S'    '    '*  ,v"'v    -^  ,��, -Some^people never hand in ah������ item  of news for ^publication, but if-, we  happen to, miss an item in which, they  are interested'they are "sure to^nandus  a north .pole .stare ,-that. would,- freeze  the liver of a polar bear.    '���     ���������-'���'   - '  \l' i,>For': Sale-T^rAt ,ohce;,'j'the ,Christena  Lake property of Mr. A'. B. W. Hodges,  consisting of one vacre'^bf.; gi'ouh'dnandi  bungalo; property has 200 feet water  frontage.' A, bargain; terms reasonable. ,, i\:pply to iW. I'A. Williams,  Granby Smelter, Grand Forks, B. C.  On Saturday last, Fred Fredrick a;  and little Marion Smith, daughter of  Mr. O. B. Smith, while driving, down  from the 0. P..R. station,; one lof th��  bits broke^the^jhoises taking frighl  and coming?dpwn the hill at top speed:  A1 serious accident was averted by the  forethought of the driver;4iyho headed  the horses up Knob Hill avenue whertj  they stopped.    .., ,    ��.<,,.,..,.,���,   -,���,,.,,.   1$  A party of dead game sports from  Greenwood paid Phoenix a visit Morfe  day (night and wandered over into thGl  bjBtdlands; where their .horses became:  uhm'anageable, tore up the vehicle ana  otherwise tore things up , generally^  Greenwood ,aquafortes and Phoemijc  tamarack are bad mixtures, and an  overload of either will set a [man talkr  ing to hinlself. <>.  -\/f^   ,^ |  The King's .hotel -.management gave  an opening dance Thursday night;  which was well attended by a large  number^of the'lovers of the "light fan-f  tastic toe. Excellent music was fur/7  'nished; 'byJthe 'Biner orchestra, and  refreshments served at midnight. The  dance in every particular was a suc|  cess,-,arid.thoseipresent were, well paid  for their "participation. &  A fancy dress ball-will be given, in  the Miners'' Union hall on Tuesday,  May 2. Catalog' of costumes can'be  seen at the hall* -on, Monday,; evening,^  April 24. Those desiring costumes will  haA*e to order from Catalog Monday  as a few days notice is -necessary to  procure suits. .   $   -    , . ,    -     ���.',..���,,  The C.P.R. is inaugurating a system  of steel bridges throughout tneir' railroads-to replace the'former; wooden  structures. Steel t bridges ha.Vje, been  ptit in at Coryell,* Cascade, Grand  Forks', s and shortly-'/ another'iiwill'*--I-be'-.  built at Greenwood. It is only J a  matter of time ' until' wooden bridges  will a thing of the past on railroads.  I     - '   ' !',(��*       , '        -  1     ' ���  ' '    f  s *V  Spring weather is a hard proposition  for'some people.7 'It'makes some active  and others to be "disinclined to exert  themselves physically." - It lays away  overcoats for the moths and brings out  straw-hats for the wind.: -It starts the  spring, poet and the frog, .to singing;  their songs in unison. Jay-birds chaf  in l<they apple-trees' ahdrautc>S',''<Honkg  honk" , on the ^country /road., Goods;  boxes on the corners, taken on human  aspects'arid the angler' casts' longings  glances sit the fishing. lpole\ under tW  eaves.1  * ^ .A  B  1'   'i-t  Hair Seautifier  Refined Women the World  Over Use it  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS   BANK  1  -: -:   '��� Capital  and    Reserve-,   S5,2B0,000 '  I Head Office   -   Established 1859   -   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Wm. Fakwkll, President.   S. H. C. Miner, Vice President. .J. Mackinnon, "General Manager  82 BRANCHES IN   PROVINCE  OF  QUEBEC  S        . ��� AND  AT  WINNIPEG, MAN.,.     ,, f ,..'   ,      - VANCOUVER, B. C.   ,,   ...   ,,    1(  ,  ;.{    COLEMAN^ ALTA/' '"*   '':'"y .;   '   "   GRANDtfFORkSrB?C:" ���' ^ * !'-   ^  !: LETHBRIDGE,-;;AI/TA.^   x} x-<Y -xxYYPHOENIX,  B. re.    ��� v-r���: >f'?: v??s-   >.-  iS ��� TABER,"'ALTA. "*" ' ' PRINCETON, B.  f" ��� VICTORIA,: -B: O.n i i    ' Yx,    x, i. ���; /:  '   Every woman knovys that there is  nothing so good  fdr'Hair lahd scalp  troubles'as'Parisian Sage.    -If Parisian1 Sage is used two or three times  a week-it will   keep   the.scalp   nice  and clean and remove dandruff.     It  makes the hair   lustrous and  fluffy,  land keeps it from falling out.  H' We'urge every woman who loves  radiant-and   fascinating   hair   to go  ,to John Xove today and   get -a large  50   cent   bottle of   Parasian   Sage.  He guarantees   it to   cure dandruff,-  falling:^hair   and   itching   scalp,|pr  money back;    -Sold" and guaranteed  in Phoenix by John Love.  C.  Savings Department afc all ^Offices;    ,5     ���; , xY'jv  C 0RRE S P 6N DENTS   ALIj    OVER    THE   WORIjD  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  .c��;!. .fhsuranee  **' Thousands^are, teaching :w,hen thej|  ought "to be taught; thousands believe!  .themselves^wise when their igriorarjee  is lamentable; thousands believe theml  selves clothed in  gold "when  they are;  only   thinly   plated   and   the   copper  shows through in  many places.    The  wisest are comparatively-ignorant and  thousands   of   men   who .have grand  ideas of their own abilities will  some  day wake up to the realization  that  they have been laboring under a large,  mistake. !��  Some  of our regular readers   may.  feel inclined to critize us for carrying  so many advertisements.    Even .if we  would   not   need   the money coming;  from these "ads," we would neverthe*^  less insert one and'all, and that for our,  reader's   own   benefit.     A   keen   an<T  thorough newspaper reader will study  the advertisements as well as the editorials.     These   two   departments    of  your newspapers are the most helpful  intellectually. ��� The   "ads"  especially--  will inform you what commercial pro*^,  gress is being made in your own com��|  munity.    They contain a great deal of?  information   not found   in the news;  columns.    Read them, and you will bei  surprised. %  eds and. SVSaltresses  flDgmTVS   BONDS,   PLATjE   $LASS?,  |OM MIS SIONER   FOR   TAKING  If-FIDAVITS;    ���������������.������-.������������ ���  i'i*  \ WE  have   a   nice   range   of, medium   and   low   priced   IrOBT:  BecIS^ Sprlhg��vah&'Wfattresses.'    They are  selected!  -  for   their  quality   and   are  easy   on  your purse.      'A stock   off  Pillows. 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