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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 29, 1911

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 '-('  Twelfth Year  . \,   PHOENIX,,vB.C,", SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1911  No. 23  ���ii  j. e. McAllister goes  i    TO NEW YORK C&Y  McKINLEY MINE GROUP TO  1 Eife v��0N0EJp |?or $i60,000  *<  E. G. Warren Becomes General  Manager of B. C. Copper Co. "���'  ,' J.   E. McAllister,   who has  been  general managerof the British Columbia Copper company for. the past  seven years, leaves shortly fpr/New/  York City,.where heiVwill,become.a  member of a firm of '.'consulting' engineers ,in mining".  *HerwiH' still be  connected ��wittf the British f Colum-  biajCopper in . the capacity ,of, con-;  suiting, engineer ,and   will ...yisjt the;  properties every three months. ���,.��� He  will be succeeded . as  general-* man?'  ager. byrE. G.  ^Varren, the.;phange  taking effect May 1st.        ,  ���sj-. -, *  ;   During,-Mr.; McAHisten-'s   seven,  years'   management of the  British  Columbia  Copper-company [fit   has  enjoyed a steady and healthy growth;  in   fact   a struggling   weakling has  become 'a "promising  giant uih tHe  copper,,world. > Its ' properties, have  increased seven, times;   its;\expand-  ihg  of fresources 'has*'been... of; an  equal ratio and  still growing, while  tHe^corppratioiv. is. on, a^sojjpd^divi*  dend-paying basis.     And while   he  has   had   able   assistants,   Mr. Mc  Allist'er himself is   responsible in no  small way for the progressive strides  the company has made. "  No better  testimonial as   to his  qualifications  as a metallurgist is required than.is  reflected in the growth of the British   Columbia    Copper.       He   has  brains   and the   capacity for  doing  things and his success in the broader field of the consulting engineer is  assured.     His   departure   from the  active sphere  of  Boundary mining,  which he has   done so much   to develop, will   be a   matter of general  regret   and    his   many friends   will  wish him   success   in his new field.  Mr.  McAllister   returned  yesterday  from a trip   to   Vancouver and   will  leave in the   course of a  few  days  with Mrs. McAllister for New York.  0 While in? VancbuverjMr. McAllister was wired by a committee as  to  what date would be convenient for  a complimentary banquet to him by  citizens of Greenwood and employes  of the  company,   but thus for has  not given a date of acceptance^  %  Mr.  Warren,  who  succeeds Mr.  McAlister as  general   manager, is  receiving the congratulations of his  many   friends   on   his   promotion.  Mr. Warren has   been  smelter superintendent  for ay number o�� years  and   has   kept  in close   touch with  the operations of the company, frequently fillingithe position of general  manager   during   Mr., McAllister's  absence.   Mr. Warren is thoroughly  competent and has   recognized   executive ability and his   appointment  will be a popular one generally.  I'.  ���>!  \1  GRANBY OFFICIALS    I  FOR HIDDEN CREEK  * ,o iJ  ���Jfi  1> I     r | - I        >|').'  ,1 '   u  New Interest: Is ^Awakened in Franklin Camp Mining:  ���$1,000 to be PaitiBctfbre Develbptaieht Start ;      !  'K''  Negotiations are^ now un<de.r way  for the bonding of the "McKinley  group of'claims in Franklin* camp  to   the   British, Columbia;..Copper  v ' 'r tit/ ' , *     * n  i. * i y  conipany. The-, property is. .owned  by the McKinley rMines1 Co. y-Ltd.V  and a meeting of shareholders will  require to be held before^the deal is'  put through. /      ' ' "'  The " ultimate   consideration   for  the" McKinley''group' is7 $lo6,OCK)  with'an' intial payment of $1,000 on  the signing  of the  bond.    Thjfe optr  "tibn will extend over'Ja period Qt 12  months,, during   which    time.' the  company will.carry on 'vigorous development^ work' and -proxeup'  on.  the  property..   Although, provision  is made for an extension in the Time  orthe^boridcthV company "in tend to'  have,it sufficiently'developed within  the?year/to warrant full payments T  ''-i-'.TheS bonding of-the^ McKi n 1 ey to  the British Cc^tmibTa^^Cdpper^^is.one  of   the    most   important^ deals - in  Boundary mining for years,'and the  satisfactory provingi.up. of theprop-s  erty will be a boon to the district.  The fact that' a -company ;,of the  strength of the British Columbia  Copper, will pay $1000 before even  commencing' development work! is  pf no slight significance.^. Trie  Canadian Pacific have given, assur-  ahce-.that it will extend its Kettle  Valley l.ine. to Franklin-camp as  soon as sufficient ;pre is put-in sight.  ,   Franklin camp is about, 40 miles  from   Grand .Forks up  the    Kettle  river and . the railroad  now extends  half that distance,.so that the"build*  ing. of. another^ 20, miles .of, railway  will be   necessary.1' This'''will  give  the necessary transportation   to the  cam p   wh ere' it-'' is-' claimed. - many,  valuable   properties   are/lying .dorr  mant from lack of railway facilities,  so that  mining men, y/\\h> interests  on.the^, north'..fork will.be., particu-,  farly interested:-    The^ property^will  be 60 miles from the British .Columbia Copper smelter by C. P, R.  'j'V.  Leave for Northern Coast Mine  on Trip of Inspection  Boundary Ore Tonnages.  > Following are'the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters^pf  the Boundary district for the week  ending April 29 and for year to date:  Granby v . .22,261  Mother Lode    6,090  Jack Pot... :.   1,017  Rawhide    4,412  Snowshoe   Number Seven   Phoenix Amalgmt'd  Athelstan:       254  Fife       *..  Insurgent. ........      166  367,139  107,803  10,411  59.173  43,000  1,529  1,950  582  60  166  Total ....34,200   590,769  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby  .. 20,230   380,7C^  B. C. Copper Co.. .13,692   192,767  ���y '      ���'  *&>  The British Columbia company's  smelter treated 13,692 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  7i869f Na^dlWn, 255; Wellington,  787;! Rawhide, 4,720; Athelstan, 61.  ������ *- : -" .  Chlarles feie^el, superihtendent of  the Consolidated company's mines  in the Bpundary, went to Trail on  Tuesday on bujsiqefss connected with  the properties.  The Center Star group of mines  at Rossland broke all records last  week by shipping 5810 tons or ore  to Trail.  Are You a D.O.K.K.  ' The Divan has issued its command that on the 6th day of May,  1911, at the Oasis, Plain of Spokane, desert of Wash., all Tyros  roaming at large must be corralled  and brought to Spokane, either in  Pullman cars, freight cars, hand  cars, aeroplanes or balloons, any  way so they are brought there alive,  that they may receive the last rites  in true Arabic form.  Many Arabs are journeying thither  from the deserts of Idaho, British  Columbia, aye even from the ends  of the earth, to drink of Zem-Zerri's  cooling waters, and eat their bread  and salt.  Reduced railroad rates have been  granted over all roads entering Spokane. Purchasers of tickets will  pay full fare, getting a certificate  from the agent, when properly  signed by Gus Meese, will entitle  you to one-third fare returning.  Tickets good from May 2 to May 9.  J Officials of the-' Granby J Con soli-  dated. Mining, Smelting^ and Power  company," numbering<aboGf^ twelve',  leave Seattle, Wash., tomorrow on  the steamer^ Prince Rupiert^for the  Hiddeni Creek -mine,fin ;the Portland  Canal; district, which, the Granby is  developing under bond, on a trip-of  inspection.;/.      !.;������     v. '\\   f,,it    '-r>') >  .  Besides a number of New  York  officials,the party.includes:    JayP:  Graves, vice president, arid general  manager, Spokane;;Geo. :W.'* Woos-  terf  treasurer ^andrdirector, Grand  Forks; < > William ' Yolen- - Williams,  consulting engineer, Spokane; O.iB.  Smith, mine; superintendent* "Phpe7-  nix; W.^Ai.'Williams,; smelter  sup-  erintendenty<Grand\~Forks; < Dr.'. ,W.'  Hi: Dicksdn,/.physician, < Phoehix,\  and .P...'. Boyles^ diamond  drill vex-  pert-V* Rboelnix.;f: M.v.; ;K. Rogersoof  Seattle,itw.ho��hdld^.a:fifth)interest in:'  the Hidden tCreek-'Jwill^alsd'jaccorff^  ^pyitheVpartjr^- 4-- f%,^ vV ^ '/"tiC^g:  .; -The- Granby 'acquired;a ''working  bond bnVthe Hidden Creek group of  properties  last November, and,  the  resqlts ��� of- the - development, work  carried on-since that time have been  particularly   satisfactory.      General  Manager Graves says the company  has  put a large   tonnage   of ore in  sight and that"  the   property,is perhaps   the , most promising  of   anything he has   known ,of for some  time.     It  is roughly  estimated by  Granby   engineers   that   they  have  about 4,000,000  tons of ore.devel-  oped in this  group  since they took  option upon it, in. addition   to what  was  already  developed.    This  ore  runs  about  2j4   per   cent  copper.  Conditions are such that  more economical mining and  treating of the  ore can be done at  the Granby, according  to Mr.   Graves,   and  it is  safe to say that they have about as  economical operation costs at Granby as those had at any other smelting plants.     It is  expected the two  properties will work   well together,  the Hidden Creek ores  mixing well  with Granby's.    ^  :���'  Fancy Dress Ball  On the evening of May 2d there  will be given in the Miners' Union  hall a fancy dress ball. Extensive  preparations have been made to  make this dance the swellest event  of the season. Costumes have been  ordered from Spokane and quite a  number will appear in the latest  fashion   suitable   to    the  occasion.  Two Men Hurt in Big; Tunnel  To men named Denson and Doi-  csher were hurt in the Greenwood-  Phoenix tunnel Thursday evening  while at work on a drill. How the  accident happened or how badly the  men were hurt, could not be learned.  However, their wounds were- of  such a nature as to cause them to  be taken to the ^hospital for treatment.  ^fa2^j^??*^&q  ->}  1 iiliiiiiiiiiiSPRl  .-.'iiit5S-:''.'.;:t.-lri,,,.�� .,,.���.,...,.-  1  r,-���*,���:..  iflflii^   ����la^.tf|SiM  *T(ir}l$fe^^  liilailiilGifMiIll^  I''t'-"M*;��' t!^-'$UWm%mmmt~  i||||u|(|2  il^iayM-'^  l-^-ij,i|;;yj4ji;^  pg��iiflQt^  ;��*ftR&?-l  .-jf/yUy  ptGaiiliflcw&ftSfetil  ;hisfbla|^^  :;|^S|^  ^e^l^^^pMP^  ^fctui|es;|^  g^cfcOTiafl^  to prohibit the use of automatic guiis  *ihSBritish;SC61Umbia^  ���^iinl^  |t*IprSc&ss3^  ^l^MS^-^  Granby company, arrived in  Phoenix  ;mdnda$'hight;6u^^  --llliff*  .'��� '~X-'& I  "lath,'shingles, cord-  ""vtwobpvor  SLABWOOD   I,  ,     1, >��� can   fill  ypur  order  promptly.  Ok    Aa  Oentral Hotel  . - * * .i  Is the most convenitnt Hotel to  Granby mines and is the home  of the miner. Everything neat,  clean and comfortable.  8^'^v *  PlaOSphotlOl restores every nerve in the body  ��������� ���/". -to'ita proper tension; restores  vim rod vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at once. PSuftBplumQS will  make you a nevr man. Price 88 a bos. or two for  ��5. Mailed to any address. Tho Soofeell Usrag  ���0.s@t.Catli��rino9, Oa��.  ^^|ffi&nOTthera"?^^  |||^^tKur^^^jfe|^^  ^|Gw^|Je|iCr^efe  >last|^ie]|ypri^  ft^Th^llbcal 1^  week /received a beautiful new carpet  for their lodgeroom, which will greatly add to its appearance and comfort.,  , Mr.: and Mrs. Mitchell returned  Monday from Spokane. Mr. Mit^  chell ha^s been in charge of diamond  driil operations on the' Granby workings for sometime.    ������ *       .,  If there is a chance to boom business  boom it., Don't put on a long face and  look as though you had a stomach  ache. Hold up your head, smile and  look fo& better things.*  George" Rumberger left Thursday  mornir & for Regina, to be gone about  two months. Mr. Rumberger owns a  brewery at Regina, and while there  will make extensive improvements in  the plant. Regina beer has grown in  favor to such an.extent that the bottling department will be doubled in  capacity.  'V-.;  KocSaks and Sypplies  New Wail Papers  Books, Stationery, Leather Goods, China,  Burnt Wood .Work, Mouth Organs, Violins,  Guitars, Mandolins, Small Wares.  ' Motel BiiiMing* For Sale :  The building formerly occupied as the ��temwinder Hotel is for sale.  It is the best location in the city for any business, and the building now  rents for $40 per month on a 3-years' lease. As I intend leaving town,  will sell at a bargain.     Easy terms to right man.    Apply to  i ...'"���������'.  DOMINION HOTEL,  9      PHOENIX. B. C. Local and General  May 1���Bock Beer. , -'  Mrs. Wilson left Thursday for Nelson. ' ' ���  '  James Summers left Thursday  for  coast cities.  Checkers,   chess and crib boards at  AJmstrom's.    ," , '   ''   .  Mrs. Ed. L'Heureux left Wednesday  on a trip to Vancouver.  There will be no services in the Presbyterian church tomorrow.  Fudgel Fudge! At the drug store.  A  fresh   supply just'   in.     It's   good.  For sale���at The Pioneer office, clean  newspapers, put up in bundles, at 25c.  Secretary McPherson of the Miners'  Union paid a visit to friends in Grand  Forks Friday.  Thos. Wharton left Monday for the  ���Shuswap country, where he will take  up ranching.  Seedsl Seeds! Just arrived, a large  assortment of fresh vegetable and  flower seeds at Love's drug store.  We heard a man the other day kicking for a chance to work. That man  was a false alarm. No man who wants  work these days need to be without  ernplopment ten hours.  Phoenix brass band is improving  ^yonderfully under the leadership of  John Findlay. They have worked hard  all winter and can now give a good  account of themselves.  ,.  It is stated that Chas. D. Hunter  and A. W. Wright have gone into  the.real estate business in Vancouver,  having opened an office in the Dominion Trust building.  Joe McDonald, an old-timer in Phoenix, left on Monday morning for Spokane, where ho will remain for a time.'  He thinks a change of climate will  benefit him.  visit to the coast. He gives a glowing  account of the business being done  there, and states that the coast towns  are growing very rapidly.     >  Mr/ and Mrs. . Dr. Dickson, and  daughter left Friday for Spokane.  Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Smith and  daughter left^ Friday for Spokane.  A. S. Hood, who recently resigned  the office of police ���, magistrate of the  city of Phoenix, has been asked by  Attorney-General .Bowser to reconsider his resignation with an increased  salary to the office. , 1  Foi'Sale���At once,'the Christena  Lake property of Mr.' A. B. W. Hodges,  consisting of one acre of ground and;  bungalo; property has 200 feet water  frontage. A (bargain; terms reasonable. Apply to W. A. Williams,  Granby Smelter,1 Grand Forks. B. (X   ���,  The annual Odd Fellows' service wil1  be .held in'< the ./Methodist 'church to-;  morrow evening at 7.30. Special mu^ic  is being arranged, including���-Antheiri,  "Come; Thou ; Fount," by choir; solo,  G. I. Edwards;' anthem, "The'Mercy.];  Seat," by choir, with soprano obligate'  by Mrs: Bellis ; solo, "The "Sinner aria  the Song " by Mrs. Win. Whittaker.'  arts  Just received, a Jarge shipment of the latest designed  cpllapsible, Go-CartSr��� " ,   ( .*'/',������''  PRICE FROM "EIGHT-DOLLARS" UP.  4500 Feet of Mouldings  .'    ���-   ������   ��� ���     <*    *  '���   ������.- '���"' ;���. ���     i ,    ' t   /.: " ' .  We are now ready to supply all demands in the line of PICTURE  FRAMING, having a fresh stock of 4500 feet of Artistic, Mould-/  ings to choose  from, also  Room  Moulding, at the right price/'  C. F- Edwards,  rn it u re Dealer  and Undertaker  !>.    x-  NEW ARRIVALS  Dinsmore to Be Chief.  There has been a schuffle in provincial police circles in the Boundary district as; a result of which C.  J. Bunbury is replaced by I. H.  Dinsmore as chief constable.  ; Mr. Dinsmore was formerly a  provincial constable at Grand Forks  and Midway, going to East Kootenay two years^ ago. Last year he  was transferred to the northern  coast and has lately been located at  Prince Rupert. '-���'['���       ',  Chief   Dinsmore  is:'well    knovfn  throughout   the   Boundary   and his  old friends are   pleased ,to note his  Judge Hood 'returned from a week's j promotion.  . We have just .received a shipment of the latest in -    w '  SILVER, BRASS AND COPPER WARES  * . - ' -" - h  :><   ���' ��� '-��� j  . -    ��� i v.  such   as   AFTERNOON  TEA   SETS,  with Tray,, DESSERT  SETS, ETC., in Silver Plate. " "V"-' {l  The   latest   in HOT  WATER   BOTTLES,  in Brass,  and  COFFEE PERCOLATORS, etc. in Copper. \      . :  These Goods are all new and up-to-date, but-must'be seen  to be appreciated. r \\ ;..   '��� .   ,'   '  NO  TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.  E. A. BLACK  The Jeweler  Royal Billiard-Parlors  POOL TABLES AND  BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete line of PIPES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS  AND CIGARETTES Always in Stock  Finest Secection of. CONFECTIONERY, Try the  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR - CHOCOLATES  New First-Class Barber Shop ^  Con  nection  AN     EASY    SHAVE,    STYLISH    HAIRCUT,     REFRESHING  MASSAGE . '..      . \       . *. INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  COSGROVE & McASTOCKER, Proprietors  Medicinal Preparations  We have just received a full line of International  Preparations,   including-   Poultry   Food���  Stock Food, Louse Killer���just the thing  for this time of the year.  PEROXIDE���Just in a fresh supply of PAROXIDE���  all sizes���25c, 50cc, and $1.oo.  LOVE'S   DRUG STORE  Phoenix Cartage Co,  30SEBSI  Pure Leaf Lard, 3lb. pail, 55c.  "      "        "     5lb.    "     90c.  <<���"-:?��>:������     �� ltiib. >< $1.75.  Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, 35 cents per dozen;  Three Dozen for One Dollar.  Fresh   Churned   Hazel wood Butter, 40 cents per lb;  2 pounds for 75 cents.  Sugar Cured Hams, 23 cents per lb.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 25 cents per lb.  B  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  PHONE  34  Phoenix, B. C.  "THE PHOENIX PIONEER" for your  next job of Printing. A Trial order  will prove that we can please you;  v  asEgssg^KssresHre^  Syra  mw^^m^^mmwms^^i s  I  IS  li  m  'o.  r        /< i >  r   I  .      '  II'  <y  3'-:  If  J   4  W;  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  and  Boundary Mining Journal  j,  .--'^' /���*'/ qfcsUEp 'WEEKLY '   J     ���   ''  ;  at Phoenix, British Columbia  SuMc.ri^tibn7 2.00 per' year j /; \  2.50 to United States.  p-"<K'AY. &. ConwayT Publishers/  **���  \ 5 '[\ in' ADVERTISING SPALE  ,>,,    ;   y  Application for Liquor Licence (30 days) ..$4.00  OeWiflcate dftlmprovement notice (60 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)  ��� s-'-r: i   'Jn''uy   i-i*    1,: ..'(, ��� ���     ] <   &>t vi  ........ . .' ...........%...���.�����............ ypl ��� W  I    ' t  Delinquent Co-owner, notices (90 days) $10.00  Water ribticcs (ro'ctays)"':'.:! //:':'���...'...?.. .$15.00  All 'other- legal, advertising^ 12 cents a line,  single column, for the'first insertion; and 8  cents a lirie'for each subsequent'insertion, non  pareil measurement. /  show. ' We  have  not the   courage*  to 'go patiently onward  in the   condition of life in which it has pleased  God to call us; * but   must   needs in  some fashionable  state to which we  ridiculously please to callourselves,'  and all-to gratify the vanity of that  unsubstantial,    genteel    world,    of  which ��we form a   part.    There is' a  constant  struggle   arid pressure for  front seats in  the  social amphitheatre; in the midst of which all noble,  self-denying resolve is trodden down  and many fine naturesare inevitably  crushed to death.  a-*,**     t   ;  P)  Saturday, April 29,. 19,11  Eirst Blood for the Plunderers.  kit is evident from the large ma-  jority - the. (reciprocity ; measure re-  ceived in the lower house at Wash-  irigtoh that the seriate "will also pass  ^ the bill., It,is seldom , that the two  political parties of the States,unite  'o-n , any measure .as they, ihave-on  this one, and it is clearly u'nder-  stood by Canadians, why .there: was  such easy sailing for a bill.that  would go down in ignominious de-  feat&wefe it ;submitted^to a votSe. of  ,    the people of this''country.'  In tne first   place the  recu  place the   reciprocity  twaddle -is -a-government ,measurev  -pure,and simple arid is bolstered��up,v  on the pretextvof:being a ^needed ^e-"  lief for   the ^common., people, ^when    fJ  If you   want   to   catch a' certain  kind of fish you   use  a  certain kind  of bait; not all fish bite at  all kinds  of bait.  ., Not-all,people , respond^jto  every  advertisement.      The   news-;  paper'is a'medium  iridesperisibJeitri  tne majority of, advertisers^ because'  of its wide and repeating circulation j  ,As a promoter' of trade1 and  profit  Newspaper advertising; is ,Tnor: longer  an   open   question,   that' is,   wheri^  done in ' a   practical   arid  intelligent  manner,   and   pays   because   of  its  .'effectiveness and cheapness. t  anee l Distinction  There - are "few   towns ' where ' the'  stores present a   more   pleasing ap-|  pearance   than   those    of   Phoenix.'  Our merchants   take,-a pride  in.the  looks /of  their   respective places-of  business, arid .such .pride is certainly  commendable.       That   is    not   all.  They carry good, clean   stocks" and  are courteous 'arichfair*. I^theirkpat-  'roils.?,/       ,  r ���*--   "*.'���',    . ,�����**".  at the same time it is neither needed  nor would it be a relief to the people as' a whole. ^    ., .    *'  In the secprid place politicians of  both' countries .'figure so conspicu-  ously^in the-matter,.taking to heart  so seriously the welfare of the dear  people that the common herd look  uponjthe; agreement as. a/nefarious  compact with no end in'view but  the aggrandizement-of the henchmen of the measure.  ���Taking5 a�� birdseye view?*of the  situation it is clearly: desernable  to even the semi-intelligent man  that the unity ' of" par ties'-'in the  States on this question means no  ultimate good to qariada) , What  is good for the goose is good for  the gander won't hold gqodJn,this  case, as the goose 'that, laid'  the golden egg happens to be bn  this side of the boundary line.-  While there is a concerted action  ofr-all,fthevpolitical leaders in the  United'States to push this measure  through, there is a big fight on in  Canada against it, and it is possible  that the will.of the people will be  defeated by a gang of political shysters whose stock in trade is loot and  plunder-i*  If there is a chance to boom busi-  ness boom it. Don't put on a long  face and !ook~as though you had a  stomacH ache. Hold up yo\>r head,  sniile and look for bigger and better  things. ���< ''        ���   '   ��.   ' ^Thechome   paper'  is"the mirror in  which those at a distance see us.  I  It is surprising* how individual all these hiin-  dreds, of Semi-Ready  Suits can be.  The combination of  colors and patterns and  'styles���the rare exclus-  iveness of desig-ns���make  a wonderfully strong apT  peal to,those of taste and refinement. Never  before has the opening of spring- been accom-  panied by, so rich a display of fashions and fabrics  in SUITS AND OVERCOATS.  .... The Wardrobe is abloom with the latest products' of the ! masterly skill of the Semi-Readv  desig-ner-^-the foremost creator of elegant g-ar- .  ment in Canada. "When may we have . the  pleasure of showing you these superb Spring-  Suits.  r1'  si   '  A BAD  from $35.oo to $20.oo  N. J. CARSON & CO.  j  It  is a Warning that the  Kid-  ,     noys are Sick  A bad back turns every twenty-  four hours into. one dull\round^of  pain and misery���you are lame in  the morning, nagged, all day,'By.(a  throbbing   backache,~ can't   rest:inJ  the evening or  sleep well at  night,    fit hurts  There is a dreadful ambition  abroad for being "genteel." We  keep up appearance tod often at the  expense of honesty; and though we  may not be rich, yet we must seem  to be i'respectable,? though only in  the meanest sense���in mere   vulgar  to bend o v e r,  stra i g h t e n i n g  up, get up from  a chair, or lift  over a light  weight. Any  sudden  twist,  turn1 or awkward movement s^ends a  tearing twinge of pain through the  weak spot.  Booth's   Kidney   Pills   reach   the  weak spot,, the kidneys and quickly  restore kidney health and cdmfort.  They are guaranteed. All dealers  and druggists, 50c or postpaid from  The R.t Tr Booth Co., Ltd., Fort  Erie, Ont. Send for Free Box  which will-be gladly sent on; application. Sold and guaranteed in  Phoenix by John Love.  Iron Beds and Mattresses  1   W;E  have   a   nice   range   of  rriedium   and   low   priced   Iron  Beds, Springs and Mattresses.   They are selected  for,- their  quality  and  are  easy   on  your purse.      A stock   of  Pillows, Comforters, etc, on hand.  OUR stock of Furniture offers you articles that go to make  .life, happy and comfortable in the home. Our Couches  and Easy Chairs help to make life worth living. Ou.-  store   is  full of articles   that  are   both useful and ornamental.  Inspection Invited.  FURNITURE.  DEALER  Is the first essential of a well-regulated dairy,  as.  well-as cleanliness.     We have both.     Our  milk is  wholesome���even the babies thrive on it.  H��.nna.m3 Prop, You Are *-*  day by day if: you fail to in  vestigate  our  the   merits   of  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 dori't.charge  extra for it. For Al BEER  best quality, ours takes the  lead.  PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING <ti.9  "   '..'.'Ik''*      ���   LTD. /i\     \     rV-l  Corporation of the City of  Phoenix, B. C.  Court of Revision  The first sitting 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 bo held at  the City Hall, on June 12th, at 2 p.m.  All persons having complaints must  give notice in,writing to the Assessor  at least ten days before the first sitting  of the Court.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., the 20th  day of April, 1911.. .  H. HARTLEY, Assessor.  Empire Penny Post. ....��� ...  , The'1 British,' postal^ authorities  have  agreed   to" take   letters  fronV,  Australia bearing  a, penny .stainp,  and. the Hon. A. Fisher, Prime Min-.  ister,    England,   hopes that   in   a  few months negotiations with  Can-  ada,  New   Zealand,   South  Africa,  and   other British   Dominion's   and"  foreign countries will be sufficiently  advanced to permit of a'substantial  instalment -of Overseas .penny postage being .inaugurated   by  May 1.  An immediate loss of revenue   must  follow this step; but1 the Australian  authorities are hopeful  that'the increase, of, correspondence.,will, to.a  great extent, help .to compensate for,  the decreased -price per, letter,.and  they point .ou;t that, the more, letters  written from,Australia to England,'  and vice versa, the better will be the  result in increased trade and a firmer  mutual understanding."  ' "'"   J';.'  >��� t . '       ' \        ..  l *�� ��� * *     w   * _- *      .'   '       f  "J ��� '   ���   * > ���    T'  - ���  He Mixed Things.  It Wasn't'a Missouri editor but a  printer's devil who was ' going  through his first ���'forms." The  paper was late and the boy'got the  galleys,;mixed. : The first part of  the obituary of an impecunious citir  sen had been-dumped in the forms,  and the next handful of type came  off a,galley.describing a recent fire.  It read like this: ,  "The pallbearers lowered the  body to the grave and as it was  consigned to the flames, there were  few if any, regrets, for the old wreck  had been an eyesore, to the town  for years. Of course there, was individual loss, but that was fully  covered by insurance."  The widow thinks the . editor  wrote the obituary that way because  the lamented partner of her joys  and   sorrows   owed him five, vears"  subscription.  ,    ���: ��. :   NGLE  HAT is *the name^/and  belowjisf the trademark,  youare to look for next  time  Your  ������Ofl-i-T    ;  nothing extra for this  extra value; and you get our: ^^  Guarantee of " money; back '* ^  if you can fairly claim it? u  Made at, Paris in Canada,  by JPEN:MA^S;Linute4 si lv  Angle  i''.  'ArUNSHRINKABIxV  Trdcte   Al&rJc  n  rooklyn  ".���:''   .  . -jjf      i.  i '   i ^aw  w  The Only Fifst-Class and UpiTo^Date  Hotel in Phoenix.., .New from cellar,  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Bouiidary; Opposite ^.tri^t4.v<N6]^hef^  ���.*,.;.*      Modern Bathrooms.  '���: Peppt,     *.v ;.*  ;S STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.-  > /-Si  ELECTRIC LIGHTED^     vlf  Phoenix, B.Gt  QUEEN'S HOTEL  i- ^" 4  "(',  NOTICE  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  that, under the authority contained  in section 131 of the "Land Act," a  regulation has been approved by the  -Lieutenant-Governor in council fixing  the minimum sale prices.of! first and  second-class lands at $10 and $5 per  acre respectively.  This regulation further provides that  the prices fixed therein shall apply to  all lands with respect to which the application to purchase is given favorable consideration after this date, notwithstanding the date of such application or any delay that may have oc  curred in the consideration of the  same. '.  Further notice is hereby given that  all persons who have pending applications to purchase lands, under tne provisions of section 34 or 3fl of the VLahd  Act" and who are not willing to com-  lete such purchases under the prices  xed by the aforesaid regulation shall  be at liberty to withdraw such applications and, receive refund of the  moneys deposited on account of such  applications! -1  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands, ���    .  Victoria, B. C. April 3rd, 1911.  What Little Things Will Do.  Little drops of' water poured into  the milk gives the milkman's daughters   lovely   gowns   of silk.     Little  grains   of  sugar mingled  with   the  sand    makes   the   grocer's    assets  swell    to   beat   the    band.'     Little  bowls   of custard,   humble5 though  they seem,  help   enrich-the? fellow  selling pure ice cream.   Little rocks  and boulders, little chunks of slate,  make the coal man's fortune  some  thing fierce and great.     Little ads.  well written, printed nice and  neat,  give the joyful merchants; homes on  Easy street.  ���" ��� ������- :.~^.        ' - -  ;   Dominion Day Dinner  The annual Dominion Day dinner  will be held in London as usual oh  July 1, the forty-fourth anniversary  of the Federation of the Canadian  Provinces. Lord Strathcoria, the  High Commissioner for Canada, will  take the chair. At a meeting of the  committee which has the arrangements in hand Lord Strathcona  stated that this would be the last  Dominion Day dinner at which he  would officially preside.  ;i 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. Meals served at  all hours.  Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Ciffars  CENTRALLY LOCATED ON CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Steam Heated, Electric  Lijghtinff.  Telephone 48 and 26  G. W. MeAulifle  SUITS TO   ORDER  FIT  Suits CSea,tied   l&flr l j_   FfV   *I  Pressed and lH 6P611EI1X  1 MiOF  Repaired :���".��� ,    T"*  NEXT DOOR TO ALMSTROM'S, UPPER TOWN  THE PHOENIX DA 1RY  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Props.  Clean EVIn  Also milk that is above the standard in butter fat is what  you want. Our milk is aerated and has all the neutrition  as well as healthrgiving qualifications.  -����-  The road to success is paved with  good advertisements.  In Canada, $2.00 peril*.  In U. S. $2.50 per Yp.  &$m  m  raS ..Siiu^i'^-ii^K.w-v.ai.^i1.)'-.^'*^  '���ii tf,r^'''v'0 .'������'��� wjtki  vjwofrld|lnas3^  Atchison7shops at, Topeka,;. Kansas.  It is 122 feet long and. has 24 pairs  operates the tender foremost and is  j>e&nt  If  km  III,-������������������������  $|$n^  IllliiSSi^rtfeia  Mp^Alasxafa^  tifllfrntotp  SoigI^^joJ[uti,on|^||the^;  ���iiti^iriAltiJ*;" &#>**:!'  "v^JjJ5'' ^j.^&'tf'-�� i^e^yB^y;'^ y^'1^;.  m-pre-  iibtthi|jrffi  ?ini^pt&^  in  the province   and   territory,'who  ^saidjiitffein^  ItSpIoiieHiS^^  y;:::.yy^g^^t,^^  lllBliliSiN^^  II  :���'$��. YM  ���'*SiS:?.,;.'^es&,'"is::i'2?  .�����:.osy:5':yfe#^  Capital  arad   Reserve,   $6,260,000  V-'H*,."!!.:  i#  if:  P  WW A'  m  ami:  f*'  '������'^AjwVii  Il^^;S:Fy';s:-;SK  n^,;^Vi;y.J,..;;V:..VV;,.  .   ^..11. ,-     ;   ,  I''-"--- -     ������������".'��� ���'��� TABER,': 'MJTM^^^^-r^;->-:<<v';:,V"'    PBINCBTON, B. p.  I'   '.:'��� VICTORIA, B. C.  MM&/ty ��� :�����-������ <-���'.:u>;���  T4i^^v5:S?Ai'''������'������'��� ���''������:"':''-."'--,:  a^lfiSKi^^;v.::;.v^~): y":[',  i?ft"^:C.V:'-'''VM"''1.'';'-''.V-'.';..������''' v-/">'  l^.iiS^^t^fflfeV.j'  Savings !Dle|MtoentK^  .Q^;fci!B/BS^O:Ntf^  ."Si '.   i.  'B  ;FiRE|i;iiE  ISplp^YyyBONpS, ^.LAT^?; GLASS,  C 6 M*JM I S S I O N E R  FOfe TAKING  ^ ^    '  AFFIDAVITS.  ������$���  SliiiliitiiliiiliSllI  /\pru iyDy-iou,uuu  emigrants irom  ���?the.^fliteo^'Ste^  furnished nearly 25,000 of this num-  f r The- Roobj Hill; mine at   Republic  iilMffiSSliiliiI  making the total t amount, per week  mounted  police   were found frozen  l^j^tfip^jp^lfl^^^P!1  Wiui^r'i 11 v<9��9 y.i ik'v.>; f ';"::���;  ;tf|t|fif|p  :^r^eriM|l||a|fM  ir^n^dltSIIII^.1^  llpngl^pii^ty^  ii^|ii|iiSfiiiii^  WiiilBiWISIIii^fliSidi^  Life Irisuiranc^l^iqm^  :^|is|ftlMlffi^*;;*^an;ad  The company has  over $/3,000,000  ;'insuBu|ce|tr^)^  'fim||3&|A  optibritonf Mount}A^  |tl^^eate^f!l^y;^  ^re��nlthe|^rld^|||^  :|i|^|^ter;^lKrl^P#P^  lvii|lSlii^|mt^  l||aM��n|po^ipi^  ^^resiii t^a f^atl^fac|qr^,o thej|<^in^  iSatisfied^wiiK^the;gbyefnrne^ht vvhich  tH�� tTnifeti;'ltatefe hteaccorded the  ri-bm the1 Union? arid become part of  the Dominion of Canada^ has as-!  sumedva serious; phase, v ;c O  "An agitation now has sprung up  in the,fprpyince .of r^  ;biaf';'i fomentedr;y|by\.Aiaska; people,  jfor^the purchase, of Alaska from the  vjjnifedyjf^t^ dominion  gcxvernment, ^\\h^ey\^^cre^^.  IngVja^ij.ew.!..^province ''out -of;;Jt.'..;.;./So;  'jjarj,as^  during my numerous  tri^  to ; the  nprthei-n part of British Columbia,  yi(hichy included . visitsy to yaripus  points in southern^Alaska, the sentiment of the people of both countries is almost unanimously in favor  of such action" ��� y;:-  King Edward Lodge  Wo. 36, A.F. and A.fVi.  Regular commu��ication at 8  pThi.  Second Thursday of  Snowshoe Lodfife  ' ������,.;:'*';^:-;:;vlN6'���;-r86^ y ������]%V0Y'  S^Meets^every sMon^ay? Evening -at 7:  ;Miiiers^Hall.;: i- ;^isitini- |bretMen^cpp-i;;  ,dially;;iiivttedy.; ;��� y;.'^  1 ^ D.: Riterson. Noble^Grahd   ?r  Daughters of Rebekah  PhoenIx Lodare No. 17  ;1 ;-o;Meet8?iii';e;.the;'s:.Mihers'   Union   Lodge  f |Hall>Fii^ andi^Tiiird Wednesday     t < *'��� -  :jkre^'i^perV']& M. Mackenzie, Sec'y  .;^;^.-^v.���j.-���>'^y^A:Jilfe?.ri^::\^:Mir-���a���g^ v . ��� '���-���'������  ��   ����� '   iiil^iiil^L'O rider  ||||||||Sli|L&LES "  *'   -  :iJ.l..'.OT..j.f.Jr.;.<..."^-^.   -- , .- ������'��� ��������-  ���r^ .^-y';> ^J-V^^-^VX^tt^'^'^^^^-^J^^^*  8M?|iSiS:|^nix|i^Srle No. 158 . ,,  ^M^ts^BlipBwSJBtell, Friday Evenings.  :|i!&!mjJ��^ always welcome.  l^pgi^^^iOPSG^ovB, W. Secy;  iiiif, P.vL(wlge^  iMsiSu'EtD:A^| Evening at .7.30.  imoiiningSl^bt^Irs ^ coMiaily: wel-  :conied'.:&:\^.^h-r*v4'V:;<^* '  J.yE. Carter, K. of R. S^  y^if^iM^:^jiS."--LUNDIE, C. C.  T*f  ;^o^^|ii^^i^iple Lod^e No. 17 ���  lygMe^lM: Lower Town,  Mre/KBdleman-'t'^^-y   Mrs. A. D. McKjenzie  '0mm!MmGM0��::S0Ht '   K.R.S.  ;P|iffi)OD  '^^^���^Fi  BirikJBlbck* Piibenix, B.G.  y     0f all kinds 'promptly attended  to.    Rapid TExpress  and  Bag-  b a >gage Transfer.    Careful'.; atten-'  2 s'.;'"' tipn to all;pr.deVs./,J,^?^hpyneA65  ,���;   F irs t-cl ass F i r and Tarn -  ���   ara^ Wood, $5.00 per cord  Fine Wood j  $4.50 per cord.  Pine Woody double cut,   per  *W0Q& DELSVERED   0^3   SHORT  NOTICE.':"V 'Phone. B82  i'ci  n  ���   si  ���   J  I.-J  ^Sriysy,.,...���.. 'Y^'''4yPWy^W'^mmW^umm��  wrsaid  S;y;Jy:y^'^  ^a^s^,^r  r^^:^'<y/;vi;-^;o^vi.',;^v;y.^.>^-^'. yy.'^vyy:^y^^y^YY' Y::y.'-:/YJyYt^^:^;Y^yuYis^*y^i*i:/.^v^^; v'^yvv&.^^'-'^^^V-.'^'^-y^^  *?vSfc&W'f S'V ;.���}** ���.S.'1?  iiilft^^  ^m? y.K��&:  ;;:��'>  f;^  y'y4.y.  y^y5;"t^sj;^>;A\^?3 ^S |t%;'^y''^;^^ '"  ^x^SsiWF^ :7y.:';y;';\y ������-;:>.���-'; :,;v:yx' y,y\ /;y::v .'.'.���/.;,, .������..���,,... ,. ,. ,   ......... .   -  _.--���;-> ..-.:*- ���;.- *���������   .,--,,        ���,���*���>"'"   .<rv ���������     .;,-,<������.*-- ���-. ���: ;~?:^r*-y . ������.' t. ;^. ���;"> ���;���.   V    " I'v " ' ^ ' :'   iW   ���'"''���-    ���    ���.���������������-.'���"��� : "*.���;'. "���."*. o ."'. "^���.���" ,- . ���   ��� .-'-,*l���^.' ������.":   ;������:���' :���'.-.������������ ."-*-,' *r ���'���'", ���;:���������:��� .". ("     . '������;���"'-: ���"-'���';. '���. *.''T:r'.''  ���������-:'���'  --.���������.���..;���������. ������ *r ���       v" V -"i ' v. A- ���'."���;:':*'      :  tweB^e months ore to the ^ross vaSye of $1?250,  This court  more value in ore during  past year than ail the rest of the state  getner  hooFh   xm W&. B  hi      Bjn Mim h��k�� I  sift \i  I  11  w  ��� Ball Team Will Give Smoker.  , i\* The Phbenix Baseball nine will  give a smoker some time next  week, the proceeds 'pit whichAwill go  toward buying^new;uniforms. Tick-  ets will be gotten out and placed in  the handsjbf, ��� members, of (theVclub  who will make a canvass of the  town fanthe sale of same, and it is  hoped the boys will be patronized  liberally.  ' V, :    ?  "'.s Phoenix has the material to'niake  one of the strongest  ball  teams'in  this section(>of \B. C, <,and  as  the  town Has- the/reputation^of^ being  first in all  other sports, there is no  reason why the ball team should not  ,   rank first as well.,   A fast nine helps  to advertise and keep the town before the people/ and . every, encour-  .  agement should be  given the boys  . wlio   will; represent   Phoenix   this  ,   year in   baseballdom.    Games will  . be played' with all the surrounding  towns, among which will be Nelson,  \H/*?  where a strong team is  said to be I ;  fined   up.    Howl5��%l^Ke4;:p6c^r^V,-  '- hunch feel confident of adding Nelson's scalp to  the   many  victories  won in the past.  Cabby Laurier :     "You can protest all you like but I'm boss of this outfit."  if    .��*.  T  V      ��  ^    ?.*���     'fl*!'      y"*l     <A'    ij f*-  �����-  y   i_lV     .w  -j1   *^,T.;... M �����.* ,^'��� ^ cr,   0<�� *  &T   C.<P. R. Officials Here.  #��JV. J.> Wells, district  passenger  v,/ ?/       ��� v ? <��f > i. >    's.;'   *ij.,.' i.r* ?,..", v. *��. ^.i  agent,   and R.   W.   Drew,   district  freight agent, the  genial   represen-  tatives of the Canadian .Pacific rail-  'W ft'' ** ' ' " -    t!  way-  for   the   Kootenay-Boundary  district, 'were.in.TPhoentxWednes-  dayvfrom  Nelson.    Both  are ener-  '  getic officials and  look to the inter-  ' ests  of-the  public-as+ well: as-'the  company,    their    trips    extending  throughout the Boundary is for the  purpose of acquainting  themselves  . with   the   transportation     require-  ments:--    -*- ^v-* -   ���;    �����* & - -   -.v,' :.  .-*  >;Thevdistricfr officers for,B. ,C. are!  A. O. Johnson, Phoenix, president  Chas, Granstrom, Revelstoke, sec-  TetaryJ Emil ICarlso^Ahas 'been  elected, as delegate to Nelson to  represent .Phoenix,     f % -;  \   Rifle Association       ;i/  f A meeting of- the   Phoenix RiftJ  ��<-   '  VMr. Wells has not only greatly  improved the ^passenger1 r service  since becoming district agent a  year agp. but has  won much popu-  lanty in Boundary cities -for himself  vi' > ��� ^        .      ^ <  -'  and the C. P. R. by the, attention  and service the has1, given! on the  several occasions in which special  trains were chartered. .  *r ��This was Mr. Drew's first visit  officially to Phoenix, he having recently succeeded R. W.r Haldane in  the office of freight agent.  'VF*''  ; Sues Rosslatid for $15,000.  * ./Thomas Webb "has brought suit  against the .city of Rossland for  $15,000 for injuries sustained last  winter while coasting when he ran  into a pile of ..cprdwood and suffered  a broken leg and other injuries.  Association will be held hi the city  thall> at; 1.30.* pinh. on t April -,30th' f6r  tfie purpose of electing a captain  and secretary., All members are  urged to be present.  '       _ �� :  lr Accident at Rawhide; ^}[  Joe Zacchanpte had his right  thigh broken and-sustained a-frac-  ture of the'skull "by being hit by a  falling rock atr the Rawhide mine  Tuesday "morning, i He "was* "re-'  moved to the hospital and although  his' injuries "are > severe he is. now  progressing favorably.  .  ORIGINAL  JEFFERSON  We^have just^receiyed .a shipment of,^he  higrhTgrade *'Original Jefferson Shdei"  .which, cannot, be ^excelled, for workmanship and durability. Call early as these  shoes are selling rapidly. .  ' t  Also a full line of  CLOTHING.AND ^URNISHINGS  . In fact,'Everything a Man Wears.  THOMAS BROWN, Olothier  Will Open Tinsmith Business  ��-   Ralph E. Pope begs to  announce  to the Piiblic\that  he.^will; shortly  open  a Tinsmith  shop in  Phoenix  Patrons will please leave orders at  his residence, Brooklyn avenue.1 ,; ,  '���4* f  V,i'  Will Meet in Nelson  ��,. The Scandinavian Aid and Fel-  lowship^society'will hold their district convention in Nelson on May  2nd.  4 rThis society, which was founded  fill Michigan over 40 years ago, has  lately become  popular  in the west.  Plioenix was  the first  local west of  the   rockies   and     was    organized  about   four years ago;   now   there  are . locals    in    Montana,    Idaho,  Washington and British Columbia.  Got aid ��f, In a Few Hours  There is nothing made that * will  so quickly rid the scalp of distressing itchiness as PARISIAN SAGE  the hair dresser and beautifier.  John Love, druggist, guarantees  Parisian Sage to cure dandruff, stop  itching scalp and falling hair ,or  money back,  and sells it for only  The Kings Hotel  UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT  VThe undersigned begs to announce that he has purchased the  business and goodwill of the King's Hotel from Messrs. Shea  and Williams and. hopes by careful attention to business and  courteous consideration of patrons to receive a continuance of  the generous patronage which the King's has enjoyed in the past.  F, M. Harrison - - - - Proprietor  Ph Q&'n ix-<  50 cents a large  bottle.    It puts       Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. ]  vitality into the hair arid gives it a        .. a '"        lower town, 10.00 a.m.  [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m, J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  radiant luster. . \      I1  It is the favorite hair dressing of  refined women because it so quickly  refreshes the scalp, arid not being  sticky or greasy is delightful to use.  w  'flkw  I  mmfyy^m

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