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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 19, 1911

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 TI7*'>;^1r^SS3^?''^^??^S^KlS!^^  . ?*i,.n   4-* +'���rr**, *. r  _\  ^���    , <_vsv  ,tf  //���"  ^^^^fp^^^  . ���>  .Vi  ion  WELFTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19,  1911;  'i  1' -.  No.  39  B. C. Mining  "   fLifr?*+*r'r*i ���*w#^M-rW*.-i  Last month in the Big Bend, above  Revelstoke,- six  mining- leases were  let.  Hugh Harris, who with his three  brothers, have several groups of  claims near H-azleton have now an  excellent showing on their American  Boy property. The lead has been  exposed for a distance of 3,000 feet.  Two shafts have been sunk, both'of  which have a showing of 2ft of ore,  averaging $100 to the ton.  ,  Among the promising properties  in the Hazleton district are those of  Messrs. Tremble and Pemberton;  two.silver leads were encountered  last fall. A trail has been completed  and later development has furnished  abundant excitement in the district.  Beside their silver-lead showings  they have opened up a large body of  high grade copper ore, something  quite new in that district.  '  *  - Jim Whittaker and R. Yuill, who  have been prospecting in the^Slocan,  have something' to show for their  labors. They have staked out three  claims on*the~">Blue^ridge,^13 miles  <T from Kaslo��w . Aa assay4rpm (one ���of���  B. C. COPPER COMPANY'S  SHOWING FOR SIXrMONTHS  '      *l'' r        '   *    '<�����?  Conservative Convention  Gold Contents of its Ore Have Shown Substantial Improvement���  No Dividend Likely in Sept.���Fuel" Property Under Option.  The British Columbia Copper company in June produced 816,676  pounds of copper! 1,742 ounces,of silver and 2428 ounces of gold.  For the six months ended June 30 the company produced 5,144,365  pounds of copper as compared with 2,978,227 pounds in the corresponding period of last year.  Production in detail for six months of 1911 and 1910 follows:  1911  Copper Silver  January 827,272        9,545  February .. .767,470 - "   8,384  March......804,542   .    9,690  April.......952,284 .;  13,630  May..:.:.. 976,121 i    12,703  June  .816,676 ,   11,742  1  j- '  _J   _Total.,, 5,144,365      65,594  Gold  2,376  2,014  2,711  3,127  2,880  2,428  " Copper  .656,473,*  683,234  891,419  1340,061  -1910���  Silver  7,530  7,627  9,191  3,611  Gold  2,513  2,560  2,623  126  407,0401      5,221        1,550  'A*  silver, with considerable lead and a  trace of gold. On one ofthe claims  they uncovered, a pinkish quartz; a  sample' as large as a dinner pail,  which they showed at 4 this office  was alive with the yellow metal/  The outlook for the Big Casino  mine, in the Portland Canal district,  is extremely promising. The recent  discovery on the two lower claims  has increased the value of the^ company's property to a great extent.  Mr. Heidman, the superintendent,  stated that with further work on the  new discovery he expected to open  up a large vein of copper-gold ore  which can be economically mined  and shipped, as there is an excellent  tunnel-site immediately adjacent to  the railway. The directors congratulated Mr. Heidman on the excellent work accomplished under his  supervision.  The Naas valley, in northern  B. C, has made its bow to the mining world. A group of nine claims  have been located on Porter creek,  a branch of White river, emptying  into the Naas; another group of  four   claims   have   been   staked   on  Strohn lake. The samples from the^himself pressed for  Porter creek claims show? honey- result of a sm/all loa  combed white quartz of tjie "live"  variety carrying considerable galena. The lead is five feet wide  and can be traced^for 2i great  distance; in fact it -is;Supposed to be  the i same >,as 'that-oh the Strohn  group, eight miles distant. Returns  of $54, $167 and $168 per ton in  gold and- silver-have > been secured.  15,537    2,978,227      33,080 '    9,372  ,   . -tApril l,fto. 19 mine closed down..        , . . , ,  The company has for many weeks been obliged to get its fuel from  Pennsylvania at a much higher cost than would be paid' to its natural  source of supply, the brow's Nest Pas> and other Canadian coal, mines,  which have been tied up by a strike.' Cost of production by the British Columbia Copper company must Jhaye increased materially with fully $27;000  more being paid per month1 for fuel .than former!^ Gold contents or its  f pre have shown,substantial improvement partially offi  __, After having re-entered *the,dividend ranks and "made since the first  of the. year two disbursements of 2^% .each, tir^ a total of 25 cents a  share; the British Columbia Copper company, whic^i has. a dividend falling due in September, will likely forego that payment. Directors held a  meeting last week but took no��� action f n the matter.  An option has been secured on a coal property in order to anticipate  future fuel requirements, present operation being much hindered by  strikes at properties where coal is secured.  The British Columbia Copper company has been most fortunate in  possessing high gold values in its ores which; has resulted in a cost at  times of less than eight cents a pound, and substantial  profits even with  A special wire to the Pioneer  from J. A. MacKelvie, secy,  of Yale-Cariboo Conservative Convention, which met  at kamloops, on Thursday,  says:; "Martin BurrelL was  re-nominated to contest the  seat in the interests of the  Conservative party. There  was a large attendance and  the selection was., remarkr  able for its unanimity.     -  -*i  Liberal Candidate Nominated:  MrVe understand that the Liberals  have selected a Dr/ McDonald to,  carry the party stardard V-^ tl"s  riding. -_. We do not know the gentleman, and.liis entry into the: arena  will have but: small effect on the re-,  suit. But we do" know that history  repeats itself,, and after September  21st,, this. unfortunate .gentleman's  name will figure prominently oh the  mournful roll in company with that  of the ill-fated Duncan Ross.  Socialist Iii The Field  y At  y Special, to the pioneer. \t^*..t  ���;f^i_^r^^  candidate for; Winnipeg, in ^ 1903,  will be; the, ^socialist candidate for(  parliamentary honors in this riding.-.'.  This wUt^nean a . lively three-  cornered fiMit in Yale Cariboo. v  Boundary. Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Aug. 19,, and year to date:  Granby..........     ....     585^672.  _.._._ D . 'M*- ___   . .        iMotherLode:......   4,000    193,689  copper around 12 cents.     Fuel costs of $27,000 a month, however,  have Jack P(jt ;   :        312      19,290  offset the advantage of high gold values.                                                              Rawhide    3,-990 136,153  Athelstan       i27 4,081  Napoleon       767 7,080  Others ... s       297 1,859  Total   9,493 947,804  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby     577,791  B. C. Copper Co... 11,121    380,490  Phoenix vs. Oroville.  One of the fastest games of baseball in the history of the Boundary  took place at Greenwood last Sunday, wheri Oroville attempted to  win back their lost laurels by bumping into Phoenix invincibles. Oroville was elected for the first innings  at the bat, and :Elwin, PhoenixJs  new pitcher amused himself by fanning them out alternately; to the  surprise of the fans, who hurled  sarcastic remarks as the batters  kept on fanning the atmosphere.  Although Oroville put up a stubborn game, they were completely  outclassed. The result was 3-0 in  favor of Phoenix.  .. : ���-&��� ;    .'...'���  Fred Tysoe left this week on a  business trip to Lethbridge and  Medicine Hat. He expects to be  away for a month.  Capt. Johnson's Luck.,  Capt. Barney Johnson, of the  Grand Trunk steamer Prince Rupert  is shortly to find himself a wealthy,  man as the result of the swift development plans at Goose Bay,  thirty miles^ from Rupert, and the  investments of the Granby Mining  and Smelting company of Phoenix,  B. C, composed of New York, Spokane and Canadian capitalists.  About three years ago, before it  had been established that there were  valuable copper deposits in the  Goose Bay district, an acquaintance  of  Capt.   Johnson   suddenly  found  funds. As the  oan the man vol  untarily relinquished a copper claim  in the district *and perfecting the  title Capt. Johnsoii. found that he  was located in the "hotbed of the  Granby mining properties.  Plans have already i been mside  and some of the contracts let by the  Granby company . for t&e. construc  tion of a smelter, docks, buildings  and other properties to the amount  of $2,500,000, and members of the  corporation say that a big town will  develop.  Two other claims, similar in size  and value to that owned by Capt.  Johnson are being worked, and each  is estimated to be worth $150,000.  Capt. Jonnson is having extensive  surveys and tests of the property  made.���Victoria Daily Times.  B; C. Copper Treatment  The B. C Columbia company's  smelter treated 11,121 tons of ore  this week! as follows: Mother Lode,  4,681, Napoleon, 70; Wellington,  571; Rawhide, 5,576; Athelstan,  47; others, 176.  -*>.  Dan Patterson and Angus Mc-  kinnoii are touring the northwest.  Angus, who claims he is some  pitcher (hay), will probably sign on  for the season.  m.  ��Aiw  i��tV ���,<s-i��� 1*.*-  *tA -^W-t"Yvi*1wl ���rr^iitfriw  v.^wU.  ���iX!rfv;*��  _s:r"j<_��__.  '/.  �� 1  1 r,  if  1  >  m-  V  ���1  ���' il.  ������'-.?  '4  '���"'���*'  '���'���$  ���4  tiMff'  ir^M_J___//__  ESa&aH  .��_____r��.w * timi^thv,*f-9f^ - 1��J  _><*.-*  s��^*rif^w��^  *,?, s*  t r%  mm^w^m^  &>>  <r-""3*��rt  #��#*�����  ZsrS*t*  '-v-i*1"* *  ,'    .j'-*��v  'C^fr1^^  >!F  ��� <  ^''.\  \ i  VI  the Wise!  5     r  ,'   ''  r   '  '-'i  '��� Al  ���n.  Its  h: - v  T When the Quake and fire hit 'Frisco, the chief  thought of the multitude was���how to get out,  and where. .  .  |M (#t��    /.  Local and General  ,-M*  .,vBorn-rQn. August 2nd,.to, Mr. and  Mrs. Wheatley, a son.   .�� '   . (-  Born���On August 15th,, to Mr. and  Mrs. E. E. Campbell, a son..  *!'  *"    /'  JPete Cranley ��� left on. Monday for a  holiday jaun��:through* the northwest..  ��� \    Angus* McPhersoh" leftf for Vancou-  ver on Monday/'He expects to settle  there;   *..'���> .     < "   ���* , -'        ��� '  Alphonse Kobloth,  of*;the. Granby  * Hotel staff, returned to his, home in  Spokane,on Wednesday.- ''    x: s ,  >   'Mrs. H. M. Harrison, ..who has, been  '   visiting, at Spokane for, a; few days re-  ' turned to town on Wednesday.  J.1.    B. A. , Black is the latest t recruit to  ,/v the; Phoenix motor:cycleYbrigaded   His  Ah < buzz-wheel arrived* during wife* w<��ek\ ���'*  1 a A>,   ��� '        > .        ',. ,  it    ^ Before going away call on the editor  .    and leave "a "subscription for fche little  Pioneer.   You'will then be in constant  -    touch with the town.' Try a six month's  "    subscription:"  It' only costs a dollar,  ;    and will reach you in any part of the  A   Dominion. '.      -   . -/  , Mayor Matheson returned this week  , .    from Jus motor cycle tour of the SimiJ-  w.   kameen,. Okanagan and Nichola valleys.    Hjs furthest point north was,  .whom he has not seen for eleven years.  They left on Tuesday on'the return  triri to their home in P. E. Island.- - ���.,<  w. "    . - V.v.-*/   \< '   v ?-"-> ���  -Al Saunders, -who has been employed  inithe^ Granny* company's, machine  shops, left pn Thursday for Rossland.  He has secured a position "at * the Cen-  tre Star^ mine.     -    .    ,, -,     ; ,, .  ' The circus,has conie and' jrone. The  show proved a *greatr attraction and  was well attended. It^wilL require con-  siderable watchfulness, for some days  to come on the part of fond parents to  prevent,ah aftermath of broken1 necks  and dislocated limbs /among the .small  fry in their efforts' to emulate the  stunts seen in, the circus.  , The JElev. .Henry, Steele, rural dean.of  Grand Fords, was in town on Tuesday.  He .was accompanied b*-A the ' RevI C  parisn ana tnis was primarily  iect of their.visit- -Mr. L'ee expects to  take up his work in Phoenix about the  second week in Septen*.ber.J' -" h_ '  The long promised atfd much} debated game of football, which was to  decide' the supremacy of either^ the  Welsh or English, toon*, place on.neu-,  tral ground at Greenwood on Satur-,  day. The game was stubbornly contested, each side strained' every effort  to score, but after the full time ^had  1A few " POOR FOOLS'- began to flash good  money for what was overwhelmingly considered  .worthless property.  We all know the answer.  ���. ���  ^f To profit���Lmost of us require,experience. Some  of us are naturally, wise, but the plain thoughtful  can save the cost of experience, and acquire the  , shrewdness of the wise by just stepping in the  footprints of the " POOR '-FOOLS."  j* ��� ,  ^TThis is the time in  Phoenix to, BUILD and  BUY���I wU^ prove it too.  'PHONE'NO/81  P. O.  BOX NO. 329  RETAIL LUMBER DEALER  CABINET MAKER  ANDREA.. ESTATE  BROKE?  Ashcroft.   The mayor  reports a de-  7 ��^L"> "" ttX^  T" LU" VT  hghtful trip, the weather throughout  e,aPsed neither Sld* had ����ored a goal.  proving most favorable.  It is recorded that Cleopatra dissolved a great pearl in wine and gave  it to Mark Antony to drink. The chef  at the Brooklyn Hotel doesn't approve  o�� this method, but serves them whole  in the oyster soup. Joe Bush was the  lucky pearl diver this week.  A number of householders are taking  advantage of the present enforced layoff, and are engaged in tho woods  around cutting their winter supply of  fuel. Tljis is the time boys to fill up  <i.he chinkt* in the shack, rig up the  heaters and patch the blankets.  The O.P.R. passengers who left  Phoenix, on Wednesday morning,  were detained two or three hours on  account of��the engine leaving the  track at Hartford Junction. A special  was employed to carry them as far as  Eholt. As a consequence the mail was  delayed some hours in its arrival from  the east.  , Alderman Rogers is showing some  fine specimens of wheat and oats from  his ranch at Stetler, Alberta. The  wheat, which was a fair sample,  measured 58 inches and the expected  yield from the 350 acres is estimated at  10,000 bushels. From 60 acres of oats  he expects to reap about 3,500 bushels.  Mr. Rogers was surprised last week  by a visit from his lather and mother,  John Mulligan .was a passenger on  Friday's train bound for the land o��  Cousin Jonathan. A whisper was^cur-  rent that the object of his trip was���o��  considerable importance; and that he  expected to return - with a partner in  the, firm. John certainly has thebest  wishes of his numerous friends in ,the  copper camp. The deed of partnership  will in all probability be signed in  Walla Walla. *  The'many friends of James Dewar  will learn with sorrow the news of his  approaching cleparture. About the  25th of this month he intends to sever  t t  his connection with our city, having  accepted a somewhat similar position*  With a coast' firm. The departure of  Mr. Dewar will be keenly felt by all in  the city; his kindness and geniality  have certainly made their mark on ail  who have had occasion to meet him.  The board of managers of the Presbyterian Church, of which Mr. Dewar is  a member, will find it difficult to fill  his place, and the many patrons of the  big store will have reason to regret his  departure. Mr. Dewar, who has been  connected with the Hunter Kendrick  Coh as manager and buyer in - the dry  goods department, and later' with the  Morrin Thompson Oo. will carry away  with him the good wishes of his many  friends to his new sphere of action in  the provincial capitol.  Phoenix Cartage Co.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling done,  " ���"'    " -v r ______  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, andean deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  PHONE  FINEST GRADE OF CIGARS  ^^���^4JJ   THE BOUNDARY  AQEWTS   FOR/THE   CELEBRATED  MAZELWOOf?   BCE  ORE AMI  AMP SOFTftPRlMJIS  LOR  5  J  if,  I  *J  ���f.  "V  ���  3  .9  ?  ii  i  i  8 Kt   (* j^iT'J^fcJj ���! *iM*-AjHvtf,^.>i.���,   j^,.  K'  1  *J  1 .  ���A-   I   (1  'I  't^  '    - I      >   7   _    V  .  ���-��������� */X  11  f/y^-^F^ T'?K  ,'X  No Man is Stronger  Than His Stomach  A strong man is strong uii over. No man can be.  .strong who is suifering from-weak stomach with its  consequent indigestion, or from some other disease  - ol the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion "and nutrition. , For when the stomach  is weak or diseased there-is a loss of the nutrition  contained in food, which is the source of all physical  strength. When a man "doesn't feel just right,"  when he doesn't sleep -well, has   an   uncomfortable "  .        ���  feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. . -  Such a man should use   Dr.  Pierce's   Golden Medical  Discovery.   It cures diseases of the stomach' and other  organs of digestion and nutrition.  It enriches the blood,  invigorates the liver, strengthens tbe kidneys', nourishes  the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH AND STRENGTH TO  THE WHOLE BODY.  You can't afford  to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this  noa*  alcoholic medicine op known composition, not even though the urgent dealer  may thereby make a little bigger profit.    Ingredients printed on wrapper.  Greenwood Fall Fair.  Greenwood, B. C, one of,the prominent mining and smelting centres  of the province is to hold its first  annual'fall fair on October 3rd; 4th  and 5th, under t the   auspices of the  _   r * r��  Greenwood Agricultural Association,  "*���        * r      \  the corporation, business men and  citizens of that hustling city. A:j|*  large sum has been placed at the  disposal of the several- committees  in charge to ensure success financially and otherwise. . Further de-  tails, will be published later.      -    , -^  CURg SLEEPLESSNESS*  C'^.z-J-HEADiSSHIE. eto.  i^>H.1i��.��<^i.����.I<S'X'<��V*U.i �����������>.ll*��i'X|l>f ���'.<  .''    MATKIBUle f -"  MRVlNE,r^ERS.  , For Heoda&e.and'lteuTdg-*. '  .,. .   Cwwb ����' C\f*m.K.rp*m, ����� CUwt  /. 'Om fmW ��**' n>fn* ��* �� �������� fnAn ��*���  Acts more quickly than tablets, or wafers.  If your dealer does not keep them, we will  mail you a box (18 powders) on receipt of 25c.  J." L:rMATHHClT* Ca^Props., Sherbrooke.  5? Shut-Down  A REVIEW.  "Silence falls o'er hill and mountain,  Perfect peace now'reigns serene "  On the mining and smelting centres  of the Boundary region, and the unutterable boredom of countless consecutive Toronto Sabbaths is bearing heavily on our spirits.  How long; O Lord, how long  shall this peace which passeth all  understanding continue to clog our  energies and* deplete our pocket  books? Yes, the long averted bolt  rhas finally fallen; eastern coke has  proven a failure, and, until the;  Crow's Nest coal mines commences  shipping' once more, Ave face an income of unpaid^ bills' and dismally  diminishing meal tickets.  "Lives of working- men remind us,  Honest toil don't stand a chance.  More we work we feel behind us  Bigger patches on our pance."  In the   meantime, Dick McBride,  to  come,'  anyway; but   where,   O!  where is that industrial .stability?  It is here sure enough, but it is  the stability of silent whistles and  motionless machinery.  There seems to be every reason  to suppose that the shut down will  continue for months, if not years,  and also that the blow will strike  other mines in short order. A  scheme is already afoot to pre-empt  the hay crop in the streets of .the  business marts of the Boundary.  We are" going to oppose this franchise, as the grass will be needed  for food by the electors.  Dear Mr. Miller, we love your  lawn tennis, but O you pay roll!  And where is that government ad-  adyertisirig we .were promised .forv,  our support? We confess that we  have, been captivated by the.good  roads 'policy of our government,  (said goodness being emphasised by  the government grant to the Salvation,Army), as we expected, sooner  or later to   own an automobile con-  Game Law. Prosecution.  J. JEope, of Phoenix, was charged  at Greenwood, on Monday, with killing game out of season. A witness  swore he saw Eope packing away  part of the carcase of a deer. Eope,  however,' denies he has killed any  deer. The case has been remanded.  Sutton of Grand Forks appeared for  the defence.  sequent upon our ever present  "In-  the -man   of destiny,"   his  cabinet  dustriaI Stability,"  but we  confess  Fine Showing on McBain Claims  Angus Stewart and his associates  have two feet of solid ore on their  property in the Omineca country.  The property is situated on the Glen  mount and is generally known as  the McBain claims. They have six  men employed and expect to work  all winter.  1   ' ^   NOTICE;'" ';-'">  In the matter of an application for  "- duplicateCertiflcate of Title to Lot  16, Block 10, City of Greenwood,  r  : Map 34.    ���"       ' "';;'   '     **  NOTICE is hereby given that it is  my. intention at the, expiration of one  month from the date of the first publication, hereof, to issue duplicate  Certificate of Title to said lands issued  to John Mulligan, on r March 6th, 1900,  and numbered 3239a, unless in the  meantime I receive valid objection in  writing."  W. H. EDMONDS,  *   ���"'  District Registrar. -  Land Registry Office,  . Kamloops, B. C,    .  July 29th, 1911.  If you want to learn patience lend  money to a chronic borrower.  and the Lieutenant-Governor, are  painfully drawing their salaries,  ranging from four to nine thousands  of Our good Canadian dollars every  twelve -months, and facing three  times daily the terrors of the menu  and wine list of the Empress Hotel;  while thirty odd stout supporters of  this most valuable, strong Conservative government are regarding  the ripening of our Pacific pride,  the Yellow   Transparent, (including  that the present situation is a terrible test to our loyalty, especially  when we consider that we shall be  lucky if our auto is replaced by a  humble burro to pack our blankets  out of a sin cursed country. The  road to Greenwood is already  thronged-with 'miners going down  the hill talking to themselves. We  sympathise with these men, although  their present conversation is distinctly irreligious, for soon, we fear,  j  7  The Vancouver Dwly Proviiice::  To September 23,  iOli; for ....   ..   ..  Special  Offer--  the   variety  immortalized   by   Bret | we shau have to foliow tneni| to sue  Harte) in the bosoms of their far  flung families (and rancherias), with  the comfortable assurance of an in-  income of* twelve hundred per year,  and the knowledge that "good  roads Taylor" is perfecting his/fcXr  cellent series of highways for deserving joy riders. Shall we save  our supporters in the inland empire  from penury and starvation? Perish  the thought! We have their votes,  and when next year comes we will  fool them with a new battle cry.  Last time it was "McBride, Industrial Stability and New Railroads," next time it will be���but O,  hell!    What's the use?  Since the excitement of November, 1908, has passed, we have begun to see that the railroads "had"  for permission to work on the grade,  under an unchristian Mike or Oie,  with a persistent dessert of prunes  and dried   apples as  the   reward of  our toil.' ' .".':*":.".-  Oh!   Why left1 my Hame?  Our review, this week, of the industrial situation in the Boundary  has subjected the editorial gray  matter to a severe strain, but we,  are determined ,to continue in our  next issue, our comments on the  present dilemma, together with a  solution.  We will mail The Daily Province  till September 23 to any address  in Canada outside the city of, Vancouver, for 25^.  General Elections September 21  Take advantage of our Splendid News Service  and follow intelligently the moves of each party.  Phoenix- Qfacrp  T  inf*  Greenwood  wkckg^  i^iiiv  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. "j  " "  "    lower town, 10.00 a.m. ^Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  \  Let^Laurier finish his work, was  the pathetic .appeal of the Liberals  at the last general election. Let the  people now take a turn and finish  the Laurier government.  PROMPT ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  ^Proprietor  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time that you  want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  show you  samples : : :���'���  c.  I  ��� '' '.'  "#���'  *8 -'L  >,  .i*.  J\  .-  l'1"!^  L-.  i ���  '^'-./���rfi1"''!  "���     i'    ".^rj?|  '.-'A.  <. :  f/Y  ..��*,i  3     m ���     _��� i - ���- ���-  r/M   fBi^rtM   KSSlfV.   ?V0   II V <Wf-���M.   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Delinquent Co-owner, notices (90 days) /.. .f 10.00  Small Water Notices "(30 days).', f..".... .C.< ?7.50  AUother legal advertising, 12.cents a line,  -single column, for���the.Arst..insertion; and 8  cents a line, for each subsequent insertion.' non-  pareil measurement. ,(,,  W  ^ '   1 f  J.  J Saturday,)'August 19, 1911 '  ) ������ 1    *   f  \m?A ,  mi >  -��.���-  tr  <'  Bft  VMartin^ Burrell Nominated.  ,   ;i     ,*  ^-The- expected . has .take'n '-place.  '.!_--    ; The    Conservative* Convention? ,at  '/,, ���     iKamloops   has renominated-Martin  !>/,,' r"-5 A,y. i * V 'BurrelUv td<, lead "theVConservative  k-*-* ;^ v;v-.;-.-i    forces of theYale-CaribbV cdnstitu-  \ ency'to another victory^ at the fbrth-  ���>r '" '   i. i *      ' '  , |f*: i'  :> J   ,-     coming'election.  /> The" decision" of  -^ ,* the' convention, was however, .only  natural.      Martin Burrell, ,who .was  elected for Yale-Cariboo"' in 4908 by  ���\    *      -a plurality of about,900, (has proved  vi ����� , ^  tiimself a figure to be reckoned with  ���- by the Laurier government, and his  -     \]c(':'  -   .personality,    ability  and    scholarly  "-V' -A'      vattainments   have   been' recognised  "\ -J1. -t ;s *; s.;alike both by government and oppo-  "f "'i,,,'%fl',l^'*'f-sition:'     The f importance   tor*this  -  T   T ll ��� J    lading in having an orchardist as its  ,' v "v ,��� ,1 "> representative   canno't   be    overes-  t    *'.  ,  \,f"Ctimated, and this, combined with his  1       ,<;     'vknowledge* of affairs in British   Col-  umbiar fit  him   admirably  as a- re-  s&r   -A. *      r - '��  " presentative from this province.'    It  seems'a .pity the Liberals have been  , so ill advised as to oppose.Mr. Bur-  rell's candidature,   but  such is the  case, and to the thoughtful thinker  it seemsan unnecessary and useless  waste of energy, but  *-fools rush in  where  angels fear to tread."    The  re.tiim;of Mr. Bnrrell,  however, is  certain, and a repetition of the 1908  Conservative  landslide will  be the  .  , inevitable result.  jpSV"*'!!  ��     '  rjfe  i  I','  gentleman" minced ,no,,,words, but  proceeded to -lift the ; curtain and  give his audience ��> a'' view, of the  bogus article which ,we are invited  to exchange/ for ;ourrcherished institutions, and God given*freedom.  The American j press, or rather the  United S.tates,press,1 have now given  up apologising^ for the annexation  speeches ' of,- their 1 men of affairs;  they have, apparently decided that  the; farce has, been played out, and  have now;, almost, with ,one accord  thrown aside the mask of hypocrisy  which they imagined, for a time was  fooling the-Canadian people. ^The  ruse was very ^transparent, truly  American,  but ���'more.'worthy  of P  T. Barhum or an ostrich.' However,  i      }i tj *'       iv * - i   .'���        i        >  the situation, is clearer, those ivho  have'been' misled are much1 wiser  and';are: arraying^ themselves With  the opponents of this natioh-wreck-  ing measure. The Canadians,\and  ^especially the' Conservatives;v have  known, all along^ that the cry of  reciprocity; was -pnly a miserable  surjtierfuge, and' that hidden behind  it-were massed'the1 iniquitous forces  of annexation. : The, Canadians have-  been1, charged with possessing an  excess of patriotism^ a" superfluity  of sentiment, and with allowing that  sentiment to - usurp \ the place of  judgment. _, *In a, measure this' is  quite true," but* we infinitely prefer  }tb be ;the slaves of such" feelings  rather tHan*^ sell -our' plaVe in'fjthe  empire for,a miserable ' niess of the"  United .States-pottage"���Annexation.'  Proper Clothes for Men  . Whether you are well dressed or not is determined more by  where you buy your clothes than by what you pay for them.  No matter what you pay us for a suit you may be sure that it's  ��� the best to be had for the money. ' .Best in material, workmanship and style. All we ask is a chance to show you. If you  are lpokjing for a suit we can suit you.   *   ���  Negligee Shirts, 31.OO; $1-25; $1.50 and up.  Underwear, Balbriggan, Merino, LIGH^fGHT  Straw Hats. 25c to $2.     Linen Hats. 50c up.  ��� ���  THOS-   BrOWn Men's Wear Exclusively  Tlie Curtain Raised.  The recent speech of the British  Columbian premier, Hon. Richard  McBride, comes - at an opportune  time. It fairly rings with the true  Canadian spirit, and should be read  and re-read by all * Canadians who  have the future welfare of our glorious -heritage  at .heart.    The  Hon.  \,       Plain Truths.- / vf   ??  r -t   '���>     ^< i  ' A Vote" for Borden and the^niainter.-.  ance-of British trade connection..  ' Laurier and larger markets���for  the fruit growers of Washington  and "Oregon. ,   "   "  Reciprocity is at the best a leap  in the dark. Why take such a desperate risk? ' > ,  i      -      ���    j,  *- ��  . A vote for reciprocity means a  blow against the fruit growing industry of British Columbia!  v If British Colnmbia is^ alive to its  own interests not a single Liberal  representative will go to Ottawa  from this province as a member of  the next Parliament.   ���*    >���  In 1908 the, people of'Yale-Cariboo gaveMartin Burrell a plurality  of some 900 votes over Duncan  Ross. Next month the majority of  the Conservative candidate should  be increased by at least 50 per cent.  British Columbia would have had  several more members under a  square measure of redistribution.  Laurier's mad hurry to rush through  reciprocity is alone responsible for  this disfranchisement. That, the  people bitterly resent treatment of  this kind will be abundantly made  clear on Sept. 21st.  The King's Hotel  UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT  The undersigned begs to announce that Jie 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  ���-k  Your  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner. Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  _ j  ����  HAVE YOU DECIDED ON A  Scobell's Liquor, Tobacco  and Drug Cure JSffSrsSdliK  Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs. It counteracts the  effects almost instantly���removes all cravings.  After taking the treatment there will never be any  need to drink intoxicants or use drugs again. Can  be given secretly. We have yet to hear of one  failure* Mailed under separate cover to any ad-  iress. Price $6.00 box, or 3 boxes for $10.00. Ttoo  4>����->_>e_l J_nrn_: Co.. Sfc. CRiSmriueo, Ont*  RING, BROOCH, LOCKET, EARRINGS,  OR A DIAMOND STUDDED WATCH ?  Prices on Diamonds have been rising for over ten years and are  rising still. No man knows when they will stop rihing. Yet Diamonds are sold by us at the same prices that were asked last season,  '.because we saw how things were going and bought accordingly.  We buy them direct from headquarters and save you the middleman's  profit. A Diamond is about the only form of investment certain not  to depreciate in value. Inspection Invited.  E. A. BLACK  The Jeweler  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop,  makes a specialty of Printing Letterheads, Memos.,  Billheads, etc., etc.  v  -*v i_srasi^_sg  3��EiBBS&Btomcmniu��***~.*r-*vi,  ip.ilniuimiMini. WIIIIIWUMIHIIWIHMIIII  " �����'��� -'.������."'���m'r'nwwvwwi  ''  > - i  '���'^f'K^MWi*  V'tY  ^p��WM��5!  *>  STYLE  CRAFT  THE  CLOTHES  OF  MERIT.  TAILORING that is decidedly better that the price would  seem to, warrant, style, that you q*n see at asglance and  fit that is seldom equalled���these are some of the reasons why  you should give "Style Craft" Clothes a trial. They fit  you when'they !reTiew^Tfit you when they're old, and give such'  . measure of genuine satisfaction as has never been equalled he-  fore in our experience. You can come in here and look to your  . hearts content, and if you're not satisfied with what you see you  won't be asked to buy.*  V  ���:'.��**  N. J. Carson & Go  FISHING TACKLE!  i  ���[ To bring in the fish you want to go with the right tackle.  Right now we are showing a complete line of tackle and  accesssories for spring and summer fishing. We can furnish everything but the bait.  ���j Don't forget that we carry a fine line of Kodaks and  supplies.     Our prices are reasonable.  ^T Stop and look at the display of Fine Glassware in our  windows. These goods are all high-class, and of finest  quality.     No home should be without them.  Writing Paper in Latest J^t^ ���-Al__i|U|'igTROM  Shapes and Tints ��hH  mhiiVBV I Bivifi  THE PHOErsllX  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Pbops.  Hello! Did you try a pint of pur milk ? You did 1" Well,  you will readily admit that it cannot be excelled anywhere for richness, quality and purity. "What's your  'Phone number ?   F 32. We deliver milk daily.  The British post office authorities  are about to experiment with aeroplanes as a method of carrying the  mails.  , yicars   Sons  and  Maxim,   England, has   secure^   the contract fori  the $10,000,000 Turkish superdread-  naught. '    .      y      i ,  The Guatemalan minister has,announced that a $30,000,000 loan  will be placed with American bankers, within four months. -  About 1,061 deposits, aggregating $37,000, were made during the  first week of operating the new  postal savings bank in New York.  The immigration branch has been  advised of the arrival at Rimouski  of a number of British journalists  who will spend two, months in Canada as guests of the Dominion Government. ' '  Sinking like a plummet after she  was rammed by the British steamer  Silverton, during a dense fog in the  Straits of Gibraltar, the French  steamer, Emir, carried down with  her 93 of her passengers and crew.  By a vote of 256 to 159 the  British House of Commons, last  week decided that the members  of that house should be paid. The  remuneration was placed at $2,000  per year, with no travelling or other  expenses/ to be allowed. It was  charged by those opposed to: the  measure/that it would fill the house  with professional politicians and  cause corruption. J  An Englishman, said to be an  officer of the British yeomanry, was  arrested at Bremen, recently, accused of spying on the German forts  on the North Sea coast. The prisoner, whose name has not been  learned, was subsequently admitted  to bail.      No details of the alleged ,  [spying  are   made   known,   but  the/  ' ' ��� " : '������  deed charged  is described as of the L    a_ E       SJiave> g   Ksh Haircut  most daring character. ___���_.      ���� ��    .  I Refreshing Massage, or an In vigor-  The captain and first officer of the I  Canadian steamer, Arramore, were  In making your purchase  of Beer. Buy where the  reputation of. many years  stands ready to guarantee  THE PURITY  of OUR BEER  Our Beer is pure and sat-  . isfies the thirst. 5- Be sure  our. label is on the Beer  you drink���it. means, an  assurance of good quality.  }_��.*> f 1        i.\ rr ** **   1��J *lf )-* *  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  TRY  the  Lower Town  Barber Shop  found guilty by a Quebec court, recently, of base cowardice, and their  action in leaping to safety and leaving to perish those entrusted to  their care was denounced. Capt.  Young and Fortin were condemned  as unworthy to be numbered among  British mariners, whose bravery has  ever been proverbial, and therefore  they shall be struck from the list  and their certificates cancelled for  ever.  A   letter   from   U.S.    Secretary  of the   Interior   Fisher,   to   a  coal  land locator, in Seward, states  that  it  is the  intention   of   the  interior  department to proceed at once with  the   final  determination   of all  the  remaining  Alaska  coal   claims,   so  far as this can properly be done, denying those which should be denied,  and granting those which should be  granted, as rapidly as possible. The  letter arouses  hope   of the speedy  opening of   the   coal   mines,   and  caused elation in Seward.  ating Shampoo.      New and Up-to-  Date in every particular.  -+���  C. A. Best, Prop.  BUSINESS  IMPROVING  Those desiring Plumbing or  Tinsmith work done, will please  call up Phone A 10, where their  wants will receive prompt attention. I will devote the whole  of my time to the business.  R a 1 p h E* Pop��  'PHONE A10.  A reliable French regulator; never fails. These  pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the  generative portion of the female system*- Refuse  all cheap imitations. . iDr. de Tan's are sold at  SB a box, or three for $10. Mailed to any address.  Tho Soolsell Drug Co., St. CattuMrix-ee, Ont.  ;/S-r?  <'    . - ��� k . ;> ���1  v - "   ji i ��� i  '    At       *  /f .���! '���    ft,*  .     '��      " _      r.<^,,    *.  * ' -r f       V *^ I  t     *   '   '/���**���    *���;,/, \{\  . '���<>-���\Ar'kl  1,1  t> t  I     (  'I   -  ! 1.    t--  .t.fc:��,-.i.,=i--c--A".  rr-*r'Wr'!*___7,V ^^^^S^^^^^^^&Ss^^^m  BlllR  KteW#:iiS SiiSi*(?l :'���"-""-";:.'    if i ii�� Vi   mi ii I     ll -'   i     i i... "������������*���<���  Kf-^Xi's ^ii"---".*-;?-;'-y."r/''-!v,'' -".,\'.>^' '-<\- ���- I'M'.';'' j^m "V' ���___________����i_____i^"^*,    ."',-,-."���.��� ���--���.'' '���>  ���taW  l^^^l^^^^^ili^^  fl|lfma^^  S'rfsSioi^oB^  mmmmmmAAmAYYAA-v^Aj:'"   ~������������-������* --  ftiuitr|p^  flK^ueMa^  ^Minmel iompaniesllin^  ^$#75:;^  ';��������),���.'.v.-:'������.:-���'.':.'.-.V-.-.i;/-.''-,.'!':-! /���'��� _^^'"��';*Wi%"..'*'Stew "���<'.'.'���.v2.i*��<.%_.V,^'.'.SiS'_.ri.ViVi':,'-.i^'  :muchjanei��|^  '��i_WBB-aH_______r���---'  iSlffCnelt^  IllllltfafS  -' ? 1?''^ *'.1^-"V;^ i" .r'^ ->t;rJA:;'T j '.. :\* Vj;* Ci^-s:: c^'X VMA'> y^'.'J^'V'. v*- ,",** f^^i^i'-K': "i^X"--^''-'^^ v^-*- ���.^__r--'r.v-'-V-'*itt *^v'---\_____'V,r'-��' /'j-11' v:^"' *LI ���*?*���"'���'"���; * i-'^: *���*- *V'r -v"�� i: *lv"^"-L**^-"T*-^ i*.'-* '-*���" ^A^"^___________ "^ ���'"' *; "���*:--*J-"' '*-* ''^^pw ": ���*.'-" "*/'**. *"-*.���-���'���>'���,���. '--���' -/j*-;^''___________' -':'_________'.- __���  .'i>S>"t:*S^-*ftft_R^____^^^^  Kdo  lifilliililiftta  ^prtherii;  A\AAA:.:'  ym  A,-is-A  ^'AA^YA^A::^-:-::-  James G. McKeown  ���(*���   '  ' - * '  lw-'��        *���   '  Hr*"*- 'l '  |w>'<K"1 '*'-;  ���   ,.���      , . -1"1   ���  i-  f >  **--  As J  WOOD  ?%���*���;���  1  J V*  j-     �����      i  ,',      "���  *, x  First-class Fir and Tarii-  arac Wood, $5.00 per corci  Pine Wood,  $4.50 per .cord.  Pine Wood, double cut, per  \V cord, $6.00.      .  \y  *,-  WOOD  DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  NOTICE. "Pfrfjone BS2  US"  !^adsg|j|||ig||^  JlSl^hi|3apit|^  ���|o^slal^clifltecjii^^  Canada will  be here  in the  United  States.  ' 4 ���Should',* we.hot with * reciprocity  be far more,important in the eyes of  Canadians than the imaginary "Empire   of Great  Britain," which they  look to now? *     ,     .     ~~  14Is it not a' fact that reciprocity  bringing the people of Canada and  the United States closer together  every day, will do more than everything else to promote, eventually,  the complete political and business  union of the United States and all  the great territory north of us?"  The  New York  Journal-evangel  sets forth:  *��We   look   forward, to   the   day.  when  this   whole  North^ American  continent will   be  one great nation,  as it should be."  "The wiser men in Congress realise that the people endorse the  very sane and Conservative plan of  the President. This CohgVess will  be known as the special Congress  which united Canada and the United  '.'��'^r'^.K"*%^^^ $$���'��� A'^Yi#z.-~.$%������ W/Ay^YA^Atiky^M ''���'  !��illllffi_4^  ^?w*-i^**^'Ab&AfaAu?^i}!:'?z  wittSiiiipii^M  Sffi'  ir?!":  , ,<^v*rr ill.  ���t'-y'.'  il|l|^l^|||T_i^b^p|^  ajF^p^ipis^^flllf^l^  0  -L0V1  w6^0*88-aI!2^aS! %��s��8??osiortwo for  States  n business, while waiting for  jrtaUSBSWWtt ^���'���^���^ 1 a closer union in political matters."  Sale of Rugs and Carpets���Why . most helpful ? Because  this great sale reveals our largest collection of Rugs and  Carpets ; and prices are the lowest we've ever quoted for a  spring sale.     Home-loving people who  have looked else-  * where came here to buy ! They Ye enthusiastic over the  thorough completeness, the reliable  qualities and  genuine  ' economies disclosed in this once-a-year affair ! Settle the  Rug and Carpet question here tomorrow-in a pleasing  economic way.  a  :Y*��-  ::��*;  ,"  tfllffl ��--**V*�� ir"y>*��t��s- ��^  * * terii#��5i  17 : *    .c!/   .^  f'-1     "' 'v'. " '  * '   '' , '   "*������      "   1J -." .   ' 0  J '  <"   / -   '. N ,  *1W1  1      iJ ** *        .ft  t > %  '     j s  Great Victory for Union Labor.  4-The result ofthe London strike  is the greatest labor triumph of the  century."    ** "  Ben Tillett, the leader of the  dockers, teamsters, carmen and  other laborers ofthe world's greatest  city, to whose handling of the great  strike all concede the victory was  largely due, told what their winning  will mean for the toilers.  . , j  . "More than 10,0,000, workers,"  Tillett continued, "will benefit by  the increased wages and , reduced  hours they have won, giving them  for the first time in their lives, a  space of time for recreation. , Heretofore they have toiled all_ their  waking hours.  4-But the demonstration we have  given the world of the absolute  power of the wage-earner is more  important far than even the betterment in the lot of the London workmen.  44The loyalty and discipline of the  organized workingmen was superb.  Many of them reported, that fights  were deliberately planned by the  police as an excuse for the-importation of trbops. The orderly conduct of the strike was remarkable,  considering the number engaged  and the aggravations to which  workingmen were hourly exposed."  Although the London settlement  did not provide for a, resumption of  work until Monday, thousands- of  the strikers, driven by utter : need J  returned, to their places today and  aided;iu the "restoration" of '"normal  conditions. This will take > several  days.. The gain to the strikers by  their; victory will reach a total of  more than $5,000,000 yearly. :  Glad to be back at their tasks,  thousands of the men worked all  night clearing up the streets and  docks which their strike had con-  gested to such a point that business  was practically impossible. At the  docks the scene was remarkable.  Men crowded the entire  waterfront  Makes bread, cakes, pies and pastry of  uniform quality--_j_v_��y___Jl4��SS��--and  gives confidence to the houseyWfe in her  ability to make g_-o__J_read.  1 > *  No failures Qti baring  day* when you use  t >;.  1A  5?     <��     %  ROBlNifiOOD  NOTICE.  In the   matter of an application for  duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot  Six (6) Block ono (1),  Map sixty  (60), City of Phoenix.  NOTICE Is hereby given that it is  my intention at the expiration of one  month from date of publication hereof  to issue duplicate certificate of Title to  said lands issued to Angelo Schulli,  and numbered 18,680a, unless in the  meantime I receive valid objection in  writing. .-.'��������� '  W. H.EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Office,  Kamloops; B. C,  July 14, 1911.  :      :   NOTICE.'; ^..yAAyA:.:  In the matter of an application for  duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot  1475,  situate in the Similkameen  formerly    (Osoyoos)   Division   of  Yale district.  NOTICE is hereby given that it is  my intention  at the expiration of one  month from date of publication hereof,  to issue duplicate Certificate of Title  to said Landsissued to John F. Langan  and Theodore -M. Knappen and numbered 18474a, unless in the meantime -I  receive valid objection in writing;  W. H.EDMONDS,  ���     :  * District Registrar.  Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B. C,  July 14, 1011.  and shopkeepers, whose stores were  denuded of food during, the struggle,  fought madly to secure provisions  for their trade.   <������>  Deserters from Laurier's Navy.  E. J. Ling, secretary o��the naval  department," when, seen regarding  the statement that forty-six men had  deserted from the'Canadian cruiser  Rainbow on the Pacific coast, stated  that these desertions had been going  on ever since the cruiser went to  Esquimau. ^ station. Higher pay  elsewhere is given as J:he reason..  ,, __��*, _,  Huge Humpback Salmon.  A humpback salmon weighing  154^ pounds, caught in a trap  near Anacortes several days ago,- is  said to be the largest salmon on  record anywhere. It was five feet  one and one-half inches long, measured 39 inches round the body, and  was at first thought to be a young  catecean. The average four-year-  old humpback salmon weighs 25 to  30 pounds. The giant fish has been  preserved.  IsurBS-o paonsuT A^iedoJ^ ^ P*1! I  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD or SLABWOOD I  can   fill  your  order  promptly.  C A. ROSS        Phone ASS  A, S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.,     General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B. C.  werf  Is interested aad should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe.   Best  ���Most convenient.   It cleanses  instantly.      Ask your   ) druggist forjj  If he cannot supply the  MARVEL accept no other.  but send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed.  It gives full partlc-  ulars and directions invaluable to ladies.  ���WINDSOR SUPPLY CO..  Windsor. Oat. General Agents for Cana*"  .V  x-  I did NOT have my property Insured  against Fire with  '.  \  ���i*.       ���     mm^j.t~ __.__,__.___'  CWnoral Agent,   I  D. J-  mat 11 OSOrl, phoenix, b, o.  \  ���WBHHMBI^ t ~  _���_________________________������____  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS  BANK  Capital  and   Reserve,   #5,250,000  Head Qffice "-  Established 1859  -   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Wm. Farweix, President.   S. H. C. Miser, Vice President.  J. Maokinnon, General Manager  '�� ��� '  82 BRANCHES IN PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  AND AT  WINNIPEG, MAN. VANCOUVER, B. C.  COLEMAN, ALTA. ��TnS  C  VICTORIA, B. C.  Savings Department at all Offices.  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL    OVER    THE   WORLD  Caseade Creamery Butter  CASCADE CREAMERY BUTTER, 40C- per lb.  CASCADE FRESH EGGS, 4��C. dOZ-5    2 dOX. for 76��.  CHOICE BREAKFAST BACON, 27c. per lb.  SUG^R CURED HAMS, 25�� per lb.  PURE LEAF LARD, 31b. pail, 55��;   51b. pail, 90��.  CANNED LOBSTERS, 25c. and 45c.  CANNED SALMON, 20��. per tSw.  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'���;i-:v^>-,:.i;;K--  ^  ^DANNY"'- 'DEANE; 'Manager;-  :���.;.;yA;5;^jg^jg^e^^g-est and Newest Hotel in the city;  h^ted by steam; and well  furnished thoughout  i ;   for the accommodation of the public.    Everything  ;-  Neat;; Clean and Up-to-Pate.     Meals served at  V<��$ff all;hoursr:: AyA\;~'AA-:A'AAA \:-.'y- '  ./....  Steam Heated, Electric  .Lighting?./;.  ;"  Telephone 48 and 26  EttiEiilTY'^BONDS^^^^  'c:o:m'';mis:si;0'N;e;  affidavits  FIRE; LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  �����   Oa  rnntem


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