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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 26, 1910

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Muslin *' embroidery trimmings  Cambric      " embroidery trimmings  Ladies' Skirts  White Cambric Skirts    . -' ' ���1'0��:  "'   Muslin Skirts, neatly trimmed    ...    1-50  "      Muslin Skirts, lace srimmed 2.00  Nainsook Skirts, deep flouncing .  .   .   3.00  Cambric Skirts, lace flouncing  4.50 to 6.50  White Tailored Waists .......  1.50 to'3.50  "     La#Ti Aprons   ........     -35 to    .90  ALL NEW AND UP-TO-DATE GARMENTS  -     - '      "-  * '     >--si5E*O0��*VWNDOW���  '- . .  ((  u  .90  1.25  2.25 '  3.00  A FEW  EVERY-DAY  PRICES  In    Our   Grocery    Department  No. 1 Apples, per box  No. 1 Potatoes, per cwt.  Fresh Made Gov't Butter, 3 lbs.  Morning Glory Eggs, per doz.  New Laid Eggs, per doz.  Oase Eggs (Extra Good), 3 doz.  Armour's White Cloud Lard, 5-lb.  pail -  Nabob Coffee, per lb.  Royal Special Tea, per lb.  "MestThmgs Good to Eat  Come From  This  Store"  $2.50  150  45  .60  1.00  1.00  .50  .50  THE  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO,  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  PHOENIX. BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY. ^FEBRUARY 26,  1910  MANAGER HODGES RESIGNS  FROM GRANBY COMPANY?  To Accept a $50,000 Position With a Big Mining Company  in Peru, South America.  THAENrBWcDS^Nco.|PHOENIX WINS AIKOMERS  ,It It unofficially stated that A. B. W.  Hodges, local manager of the Granby  Consolidated Mining, Smelting and  Power company, has resigned his position to accept the management of a big  mining concern in ��� Peru, South  America, at a salary of $50,000 per  annum.  While local officials refuse to disclose  any knowledge of Mr.  Hodges' in'en-  South America concern, and intimate  friends state that he has accepted the  position and will move to Peru in the  course of a month. Mr. Hodges is at  present on a trip to California on business connected, it' is stated, with, his  new position. He is expected to return the beginning of next week. Mr.  Hodges returned from.a hurried trip  to New York a few dayaisgo, where he  tions, and a wire from the  Pioneer to had been conferring with   directors of  the New York office of the Granby  company failed to secure any confirmation of  Mr.   Hodges' resignation, it  W. HODGES  is a well-known fact  that Mr. Hodges  has received the inviting offer from the  the company; It is also stated that  other officials of the Granby will accompany Mr; Hodges jto Peru.   ,     i  A. B. W. Hodges haq won for himself  no slight distinction {{n. the mining  world by his achievement in designing,  building and bringing to its present  high state of efficiency in operation the  Granby smelter-���the largest copper reduction works in they. British' Empire  and third largest on; the continent.  He: personally designed many labor  saving devices that,, have brought the  smelting costs down to a minimum. ,  When the Granby '.company was incorporated Mr. Hodges became smelter  superintendent, and on the resignation  of W. Y.; Williams as mine superintendent lour years later- he was made  general superintendent of the company's properties. In 1906 the ability  of Mr. Hodges was further recognized  by his being promoted to. the position  of local manager of the company.  That Mr. Hodges stands high as a  metallurgist was evidenced last year  when he was appointed consulting engineer for the Shattuck-Arizona, at  Globe, Ariz., on the recommendation  of Louis W. Hill.   .-,  The Wheels Within Wheels, J  '     as Viewed in New York  The arrangement whereby the British  Columbia   Copper   company   was   to  treat the ores   of the  New  Dominion  Copper company  has   not   been   put  into effect, says the Copper Curb &  Mining  Outlook.    It   is  stated   also  that, although   Newman  Erb and his  associates in the British Columbia company acquired a majority of the  stock  of the New   Dominion   company six  months ago, they  have not yet succeeded  in  getting  the  Lewisohn in  terests,   who  are  in  control, to turn  over the management of the company  to them.  ���.';,.'  Tis situation  is  reported  to  have  caused a breach  between the British  AND BURNS COMPETITIONS  And is in the Finals for the Smith Cup in Boundary's First  Annual Bonspiel���R.J. Gardner Wins Burns Cup.  Phoenix  rinks  have  won  the   All-[Besides  being winners  of the  Comers and   Burns  competitions and j trophy   they  receive a  silver  Bums  butter  FIKEMEN'S ATHLETIC TOURNEY,  Columbia and Lewisohn interests and  the resignation of Adolph Lewisohn  from the British Columbia board at  the stockholders' meeting last Tuesday.  . At the time of the reorganization of  the Dominion Copper company into  the New Dominion Copper company,  Mr. Lewisohn purchased a large block  of New Dominion stock and acquired  control of the company. Later, he  bought 40,000 shares of British Columbia stocK and soon afterward was  elected a director of that company. It  is said that Mr. Lewisohn planned to  acquire control of both companies and  consolidate them with the Granby  Consolidated company. Offers are  said to have been made to large  holders of British Columbia stock, but  these offers were refused, and , Mr.  Lewisohn was unable to acquire a controlling interest in the company at a  price that he was willing to pay. It is  believed that Mr. Lewisohn has now  disposed of practically all of his holdings in the British Columbia company.  PRESENTATION TO MR. AND MRS. HORRELL  Matfe  Recipient of Beaailful Tableware by  Frieosli Tuesday Evealoi  Mr. and Mrs. Robert   Horrell, who  are in the finals for the Smith cup���  in the initial Boundary bonspiel now  in progress on the local ice.  The Boundary's first annual bon  spiel opened auspiciously Wednesday  evening in Phoenix rink and will conclude today. , Two rinks from Greenwood, three from Grand Forks and  five from Phoenix entered and curling  has been going along merrily without  interruption from 9 a.m. till midnight  daily. ! .  Hot coffee and sandwiches were  served in the lobby of the rink, with  John Vivian as caterer, and manyjen-  thusiasts made themselves at home at  the rink during the greater part ��� of the  days, while numerous spectators also  enjoyed the hospitality of the local  curling club    The competitions were not without  the usual bonspiel surprizes and-Vif." is  the biggest word in the curling: dictionary. The locals, however, have  been more than holding their own and  the leading trophies and prizes will remain in Phoenix.  The principal event, the All-Comers  competition, was played off Wednes  day evening and was won by Phoenix  by a score of 47 points to 32, the three  rinks from Grand Forks and two from  Greenwood being opposed by five  local rinks This is an event that is  usually won by visiting rinks, which  are invariably composed of crack curlers while the home club has to fill) its  rinks from less experienced recruits.  Following were the rinks entered and  the scores made:  House  Several IntercsMst Roandt  la  Opera  Saturday Evening  The Firemen's athletic tournament  last Saturday evening drew a large  audience to the opera house, where an  interesting program was carried out  satisfactorily, and indicated that Phoenix has a number of promising athletes.  The first to enter the arena were  Fred Wilkinson and Arthur Anderson,  who gave three fast rounds, and gave  evidence of, with practice, becoming  proficient in the art.  Todd Boyce and Frank Tinnetti,  a pair of Bantams, gave one of the  most interesting exhibitions of the  evening, going at a fast pace for the  whole three rounds, and both finishing  fresh.  N. P. Bradley and H. Neil gave a  r5-minute exhibition of wrestling,  Graeco-Roman style; both are artists  of the mat and delighted the audience  with their efforts for supremacy.  R. Forshaw and H. Simmons  wrestled two out�� of three, Cumberland  and Westmoreland style, the former  gaining a victory largely through  superior strength.  The stars of the evening were Bob  Bailey and-Jimmy Missouri; they took  their places in the ring and shook  hands amid outbursts of applause from  their supporters in the audience. The  sounding of the gong started the mill,  and some sparkling work was shown  by each. In the second round, however, Bailey knocked Missouri under  the ropes with a clean cut on the jaw,  which had a good deal to do with the  verdict going to Bailey.  Ernest Shears and Harry Elkins gave  the most spirited bout of the program,  particularly in the first round, at the  conclusion of which both were well  spent.  R. Forshaw and J. Howe were the  heavy-weights of the tourney and  there was something doing all the time  while they were in the ring, Forshaw's  "extensive" reach and experience again  proving too much for his opponent.  Bob Pritchard and Emlyn Pierce  gave a satisfactory demonstration of the  fistic art as teacher and pupil. The  pupil bids fair to become an artist of  the game.  A feature of the evening were solos  by Mr. Quirk; his rendering of "Asleep  in the Deep" was exceptionally good,  displaying a rich voice of wonderful  volume. It was received with a storm  of applause to which  he responded  1 with an  encore.   'Mr.   MilliRan acted I     "                                                      ,  as pianist   in his "usual  accomplished are leavln6  the  CIly> were .presented  1 with a cut glass tea   service, cut  glass I   -��~.   k       *.=��.>��� bonbon dish, a silver-tray and a dozen! G-L.McNichouwp-s  committee  have been ���   .. ' .   ' |J. Harbinson  manner.  The athletic  Si A.  Phoenix  Wilson  Batemau  S. Geddes  Grand Eorks  D. D. Munro    ,  F. W. Fripp  H.W Gregory  cooler each, prizes donated by James  Marshall, . proprietor of the Hotel  Brooklyn. < McNichol's rink���A. S.  Geddes, vice; J. J, Strutzel, second,  and J. E. Carter, lead���capture the  second prizes, a pair of gold cuff links  each, donated by E. A. Black, jeweler.  In the Smith competition, O. B.  Smith, who donated the trophy last  year, is opposed by N. L Mclnnis,  the crack skip from Grand Forks, tor  possession of the silverware. Further  details of these competitions appear  on the last page of this issue.  Four rinks only are in the Consolation draw. Birnie, Phoenix, defeated  Collins, Grand Forks, 16 to 9. McDonald, Greenwood, is opposed by  Strutzel, Phoenix, the winner of which  will play,off,with Birnie. .   , ���., ���  1 ne ainiettc   committee   nave ueeu ��� - u. Harmnson  urged to give another  tourney,   which  ��lver spoons on Tuesday evening by a  T.B.cosBrove  ......... - .    number of their friends. *��� "��� ���v*T_  may be pulled off in -the  course of a  few weeks.  Minlac at Laurler  The Laurier Mining Co.,   who  own  several promising claims neat Laurier,  Wash., two miles south of Cascade, B  C.   have  done  considerable develop  ment by  diamond  drill  and are now  j letting a contract to drive a  tunnel  to J Mrs  pierce  the   vein   250   feet   below   the  bottom of the shaft.     Trie surface ex  number of their friends  The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist  church held a social at the home of  Mrs. Geddes Tuesday evening, and  the many friends'availed themselves of.  the opportunity of presenting Mr. and  Mrs. Horrell with tokens of their associations in Phoenix, an address expressing general regret being  read   by  ', \ J. ��. Carter  L. V   Birnie, skip-7  M.McHale  J. A. Hartley  W. X. Perkins  J. J. Strutzel, skip���8  S. Kay  J.K.Thompson  R. H. MeCracken  R. J. Gardner skip���17  P. Boyles  G. Ellis  CM. Campbell '  James   Bateman, to   which Mr. j o. b. saich, stip-s  May Open Store la Slmllkamcea .  The Morrin, Thompson company,  which now/ conducts a hardware and  gocery store in Phoenix and a general  store at Peachland, will probably open  a general store in one of the towns on  the extension of the V. V. & E. railway in the Similkameen. J. A. Morrin  and G. W. Rumberger, who is also interested in the firm, went over the new  line as far as Princeton this week, and  it is understood the outlook was sufficiently satisfactory, and preparations  will be made to open another branch  store in the course of a lew weeks.  Mr. Rumberger returned on Thursday  and states there is evidence of considerable activity along the route of the  new railway, and that the coal mining  prospects are particularly bright. It  I was 16 below���zero at Princeton on  1 Tuesday, however, and about the same  B No3r��Im*S, 'Ul>_9 I arooui* of snow as in Phoenix. PAans  .j. J.oibaon I have   also   been   perfected' for   the  w.Bontnron ^Morrin,   Thompson    company's   new  store in Phoenix, which will include  dry goods and gents' furnishings departments.  J. O.CimpneU,skip���6  J. D. Honiberger  G. Rutherford  C. A S. At wood  H. W. collinB, sklp-��  Greenwood  A. Logan  H. McCutcheon  E. Bishop  J. 8.   Birnie,  skip���3  G. Evans  J. Summers  A. McDonald  K. C   Frith,   skip���S  The Qraioooia  You should not fail to hear the  Grafonola at E. A. Black's jewelry  store. The Grafonola is the top-  notcher   of improved   and   up-to-date  hibit is described as  immense,- havingl the  early  residents   ot  Phoenix, and  a width of 8o feet and metallic contents J have a large circle of friends  who  re  Horrell made suitable reply. |     The   local   rinks will  play  off next |ta,km? machines, marking Jhe highest  Mr. and Mrs.  Horrell  were among I week (OT tne individual prizes. --������-��� <���-..-_ ,.-���  being copper, silver, gold and galena,  having values that range from $20 to  $30 to the ton. Success in this undertaking will encourage the Laurier company to venture from the bottom of  the mountain, where a tunnel may  attain a depth of 2,000 feet.  TO BUILD OVER THE  HOPE MOUNTAINS  Great Northern Railway Lets  Construction Contracts  Vancouver, Feb. 23.���The engineers in charge of the construction of  te V.V. & E. over the Hope mountains  state that work was started west of  Princeton this week. Stewart & Co.  have sublet their contract east of  Range, three miles to Fred Wilson>  one mile to W. McPhee, three miles  to James Walsh, four miles to Madden  & Hawkinson. The other eight miles,  as well as a 51-mile stretch east of  Range, will be sublet shortly. Work  at Abbotsford is expected to start  in a fortnight.  Railway men here are confident that  the C.P.R. will start work this spring  on its line over the Hope mountains.  W. I. Bassett with a party of engineers  of the road, recently arrived here. He  stated his line shows a maximum grade  of a.2 pei cent, going west. The  route would go to Coquahalla, Summit,  thence down Coldwater and Otter  creek valleys. One per cent, grade  from Penticton to Summit is said to be  assured.  Stuttz Coming  The Stuttz show company expect to  reach Phoenix in the course of a  couple of weeks. Mr Stuttz says he  will make good his promise to give the  proceeds of the first night's performance  to Phoenix Miners' Union.  gret their departure. Mrs. Horrell  has also been actively connected with  the Methodist church.  The program of the evening included a variety of games, music, luncheon, etc., and all present spent an  enjoyable time together.  EXPERT EXAMINING  THE GRANBY MINES  Will Make a Geological Report for Company  Dr. Otto Sussman, an expert mining  engineer of New York, and Wm. Yolen  Williams, a former superintendent of  Granby mines and at present occupying a position as consulting engineer  with the company, have been in camp  for the past several days examining the  company's big property.  Dr. Sussman is a representative ol  the American Selling company, with  which Granby is closely identified, and  is examining the property for the purpose of making an expert report on the  existing ore bodies of the big producer. He made a report on the  property for the company about eight  years ago, and the wonderful expansion in development since that time  had outgrown, to a considerable extent,  his previous report.  Mr. Williams, who makes periodical  visits to Phoenix, is assisting Dr. Sussman in his work. He was in charge  of development work on a group of  claims on Bear creek, in the Similkameen, bonded by the Granby last  summer. Development work was  carried on with satisfactory results for  some weeks, but was discontinued in  the fall. The work will probably be  resumed again in the spring.  James McCreath of Greenwood was  a visitor in town yesterday.  The Burns competition was com  menced Thursday and concluded last  night, the redoubtable skip, Gardner,  and his rink defeating the McNichol  quartette in a closely contested game.  The score by ends was as follows:  Gardner   ���loloolo214o o���10  McNichol ���oloSlolooo21��� 9   ,  Assisting Skip Gardner were R. H.  MeCracken, vice; V. M. Sherbino,  second,   and   W.   X.    Perkins,    lead.  point in perfection  reached   by these  instruments.    Its  tone  and   clearness  of  reproduction   are   the  outstanding  features, its sounding  board  consruc-  tion reflecting the wonderful  achievement of the age in the modern  talking  machine.    The variety of records sup  plied in connection with the Grafonola  make it a general entertainer of exceptional merit,   while the  beautiful   mahogany encasement would add dignity  to any drawing room.  }VaSSS35S5S5iS2SW535BSe5eS3SZS?SiSi5SS5SZSZSS5eSZSSSi5iS2S?SS5iS3S?J  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Feb  26, 'to  Tbe following table gives the ore ahipments of Boundary mines (or   1900, 1901  r9oa,  I 1903. 1904. S905,  1906, 1907, 1908 and [909, as reported to the Phoenix l'ioneer���  Mine. tool       1903       1904       1905        1906  ] Granby Mines... 309,858 393,7'K  549.7<>3 65.1.889 801,404  1 3nowshoew���....    30,800   71,31? ~��.     8,426  j Phoenix Amal.-   I B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode��� 141,326 138,079   174,398  147.576 105,900  1907       1908       1909 1910    Week [  6I3.S37 IOJS.747 1,067,983  309,750   38,267?  '35.O0I      j8,b36     170,360    30,180     3.610:  B C Mine.  Emma _  Oro Denoro....  j Bonnie Belle   ] Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'fclyn-Stem..  Idaho.   Rawhide   Sunset.   Mountn Rose.  Athelstan   Morrison   ! R. Bell   J Senator   ] Brey Fogle   No. $7   I Reliance...   1 Sulphur Klng._  , Winnipeg   I Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  j 3lg Copper   I No. 7 Mine   I City ol Paris   , Jewel   I Riverside   ICarmi   Sally -   I Kambler _.  1 Butcher Boy....  J Duncan   I Providence   ] Klkhorn   1 Strathmote .....  I Golden Ragle...  I Preston   I Prince Henry���  J Skylark   Itast Chance....  j B. P. U. Mine...  'Bay   ] Mavis   Don Pedro   J Crescent   ] Bruce   j Republic _  Miscellaneous..  14,811  8.5JO  W.365  33,937  15.557  37,96o  16,400  9,485  J.O07  I.48S  11.804  3.t77  308,331  1,713  18,374  14.481  345  3".8��      S'.SSO    55.73'  7.455    15.731   s"o4*6  3.339  ISO  560  28s  635  483  1,060  '"890  363  3,435  3.070  3.350  './S9  4.586  s.450  333  364  33  35,108  3.056  4.747  uo.685  3.960  36,033  48,390  3.S5S  43.��9S  ��.>S3  64.173  3'.*70  3'.'58  649  66^30  S.780  350,433   73.805     9.ooo[  8,953      J.070 30O f  10,740  3,8o3  S3��  130  '.833  33  150  586  90  319  W>  993  4CO  167  500  736  3*5  SO  3��  60  75��   30 .  ....30  us  106  76  9  65  18  40  7.0  1.140  TOO  150  40  ��  30  140  30  So  '5   ���.  5V5  68;  5��9  ..    ....  ���"SJ  .......  .........  73  .......  30  30  ......     40  45  90  30  500    .  ���46   ���"   ���*   300          IM  ".Z'Z   ���   -   - ���   ���  .......  S3  Total,tons  508376690,419 839,808 JJ3.638 1.16x^37 1,148,337 1,487,480 1,598,715315.915 4'0?7J  i amelter treatment��� r  lGraiibyCo    yiMo 401,931   353,596687,988838,879   637,626   1037.544 1,042,837 I97.=55 ->3.7?o t  I B.C. Copper Co.    148,600163,91s  110^84310^30133,740   34'.952    364.850   341.270    76.266   9.486 f  [Dom. Cop. Co.          132.570    30.930   84,059318,811    i53-<39      3i,66h   1 Total reduced.     460^940607,404 837,66s 983,877 1,173,4301,133,0:7 i,.��9.o��o 348.439 '"���'Kr'.  a^riy^s^^^  1^'  ' ^    J    ���  - ,,,. ^v^&r-ttM^ipwvtww PHOEHIX, B.C.  meets you half-way-does  all your -work In ball the  time il you follow direction*,  Sunlight Soap���absolutely  pure���saves clothes from Injury���hands from roughness-  life from   rX.   drudgery.  Uitialllillil!  1    >  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  ISSUED OK SaIOHD��T�� SI TBB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at rioniit, a. c.  *.<...>...... i Buataes* otnc* No. 14.  spwcaurrioKg 1* advahc*.  far Tsar,....  ttiB Moalkt..  'Tetkc Oiltcd.StatM. twr yt��r_  it.  ,.|*.w  .. J.��3  .. ��*>  T.ALFHCD LOVE. Manaokn.  sBf' ,  fUNION(JgJLABCL  Saturday, February 16, 1910  Rossland   is    enfo cing   its  closing saloons on Sundays.  Receipts at Rossland carnival weie  $100 short of covering expenses.  The Fraternal Order of Eagles at  Rossland have purchased premises  which will be refitted to provide a  spacious hall.  The Le R01 Two Mining company  of Rossland has declared another dividend of two shillings per share, payable March 8.  F. W. Bauer, for fifteen years a resident of Rossland, was given a send off  by fellow citizens prior to his leaving  for Vancouver.  At a recent meeting of the Vernon  Board of Trade, steps were token to  further advertise local fruit, and a fund  of $2,coo will be raised.    '  The workmen on the tunnel to open  up the vein on the Silver' Cup, in the  Hazelton district, recently struck 96  inches of solid steel galena ore.  An equipment of drills is being installed at the Mother Lode mine, in  the Sheep Creek district. Power will  be secured from the Queen mine.  .Important improvements were made  to the Tyee smelter during the past  month, and the management expects  to be able to blow in a (nrnace im  mediately.  At a meeting of the Presbytery of  Kootenay, held last week at Nelson,  a committee was appointed to prepare  a report on the high cost of living in  the Kootenay.  An Okanagan College, Summerland,  student, named T. Guy, was found  dead in his bed Thursday morning  last, death being due apparently to a  severe hemorrhage of the lungs.  A trio of crooks from The Dalle',  Oregon, arrived in Rossland a few days  Promising' Nechaco  Valley  Believed to be the Centre of a Great, if not the  Greatest, Farming, Dairying, and Hardy-  Fruit Belt in British Columbia.  This promises to' be a record  year  for.   railway   expenditure   throughout  '' Canada,    It is estimated that during  the 'corning open  season   the   three  principal roads' will devote" $60,000 to aS���� and proceeded to do a Iandoffice  improvements .and  extensions largely  busin"s  wUh   for6ed   checks.  in the   West.    Th'is   compares   with are now doing  23  They  The Nechaco valley is a stretch of  country about forty miles wide and extending   from   Francois  lake   to  Ft.  George, a distance of about 150 miles.  This is probably the largest area of  arable land in British Columbia, requiring neither irrigating  nor  dyking.  Through the centre of this valley  lies the route of the Grand  Trunk Pacific railway, which is under agreement  with the government to  be computed  in 1911.    Fraser lake in the Nechaco  valley will be 380  miles  from  Prince  Rupert, the Pacific coast terminus  of  this road.  The old Cariboo gold mining country lies from 150 to aoo miles away to  the southeast, where mines that have  been worked for fifty years are yet  yielding good profits in spite of high  freight rates.  To the north and northeast lie the  Omineca and Ingenica mining dw  tricts, where the prospects show valu  able deposits of gold, copper and ga  lena, that will develop into good mines  as soon as there is transportation.  The Bulkley valley, on the north  west, where the land was taken up  many years ago, is developing into  fine farming country, and though but  a small valley, the vast deposits of coal  and copper mines of the Telkwa make  it a wealthy district.  The soil through the Bulkley and  Endako valleys is a black loam, producing a luxurious growth of grasses  and weeds among the poplar and pine  trees. <  Leaving Fraser lake and going eastward on the south side of the Nechaco  IDEANES HOTEL %  5=  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor  3  months in  $28,000,600 so spent last year. The  Canadian Pacific has planned for an  aggregate outlay of $30,000,000 and  it is calculated that $15,000,000-will  be appropriated by the Canadian Nor-  ., them aha $15,000,000 by the Grand  "Trunk Pacific���mostly for pioneer  work. ,  w.V   , 'V <���-.-  t     ,cf.��M> *'"     /  eJ&i*-^*'v.','  L $%.> Jv  The v Provincial   government   has  granted ,$50,000 to build'a. $50,000  school 1 in Revelstoke,and has granted  $25,000  towards   the buildjng'.of a  ^school jn Vernon,,,/The^ request: of  , Phc<nix*fcTi$i;o,ooo"towards the build  ,<f ing.of a new school in thiicity ,is not  ... Oonly~moderate but"' is ^supported by  substantial* reasons (or., government as-  -   sistance which neither  Revelstoke nor  Vernon could offer.  jail.  A New J<York exchange says: "The  administration is taking notice of the  maximum tariff situation with reference  to Canada. - If the maximum tariff is  to be applied to Canada,' American  companies will build many more branch  factories in Canada. There are 147  such 1 branch factories now in Canada,  representing $1215,000,000."  , In connection with the report of the  ' Soo railway dividend it is pointed out1  that the Canadian Pacific's earnings  for the year are around, the ninety  million,mark,and it is .suggested that  the directors will have a difficult task  in warding off an agitation for a reduction of railway rates in Canida.  vM - *. *  BS?5-    ��� M       ��  |E��f * , '  S���fS-sfi. *" . '  There is  more joy  in a   printing  'office over one  sinner  that  pays"in  advance and. abuses  the   editor   on  - every occasion possible  than there is  over ninety and nine  who borrow the  1 paperand sing its praises, without contributing a cent to" keep it out of the  sheriffs hands.  '   > In 'he production of gold  Canada  stands tighlh among all the countries,  It is  the  third greatest producer   of  1    silver, and in the yield of nickel it has  ���no rival.   '   1 Canada's  trade  for the month   of  January totalledfifty-one  million  dol-  " lars, an increase of thirty percent, over  . ,'the corresponding   month   last year.  . ^ The figures for the first ten months of  the fiscal term show a big increase.  ���P  f' The Sovereign grand lodge of the  Order of Oddfellows has decreed that  "Hie lodges .of Orientals must disband.  The 'Orientals are to the Oddfellows  what Jbe ShViners are to Masons.  uv  L .* .  Wv T  <tr a *  I"1 \  :>);''  1 "l > 4. *  4'r ,  \   ,   I    t  **���  V-\  - '            ��  P" Mi  1  It iyl>  IK'-  ,f -  -\,  V  *r'1     t ,  LU.  ��� r, 1 ,-  !".,;'  J    "��� \  '"A  \ - The Manitoba government proposes  to impose a license on newsboys.    The  v. prairie treasury must be sorely pinched  when it is driven to appropriating part  ��of the newsies' pennies.  t    T. C. Norns has become leader of  ithe Liberal opposition jn Manitoba,  ���succeeding Hon. C. J. Mickle, who  >w*8 Appointed judge.  The Arrow Lake freezing over (his  week put the C.P.R. regular steam boat  service out of commission temporarily.  Passengers from Nelson to the coast  will require to go via Slocan and Rose-  berry.  . A nursery and greenhouse company  has been formed in Fernie, with the  object of supplying the city and neigh  borhood with fresh vegetables in the  scarce season'and blooms and flowering plants, according to the season.  Ah important strike has been made  on, the .War Eagle mine'at- Rossland;  A new ledge, 12 feet wide, ' carrying  $3$��ore 'was located by diamond ������ drilling on the ninth level. It is stated  that the find practically doubles the  resources of the mine.'  /Application has been made for the  incorporation of the Penticton Railway  company. The charter will give power  to construct a railway through the  lower Okanagan valley from the international boundary line at Oroville to  Penticton. The Great Northern is be  the application, having a party of sixteen surveyors now locating the route  The past week or two have witnessed  quite a mining boom along the lower  Moyie river, between Curzon Junction  and Kingsgate. There has been a rush  at the deputy mining recorder's office  in^Moyie for miners' licenses and re-  cording'claiiris. ���There are some big  ledges down in tHat locality, and no  time is being lost in getting the ground  staked."' ',  ' With a change in' the personel of  the Vernon school board, will no doubt  come a change in the methods of conducting the business Of 'that body  which seems to have prevailed in the  past. It has been found that practically no books had been kept, there  being,, only the minute book, letter  book^and stubs of the orders given by  the Board. A cash book was found  in a cupboard, but it had not been  used apparently for the past four or  five years.   the Copper Supply  The most favorable report issued by  the Copper Producers' Association  since its organization was that made  by il for January last. It showed an  increase in domestic deliveries of upwards of 30,000,000 pounds, while the  stocks in hand were reduced by 43,-  000,000 pounds. Abroad there was  an increase of 4,000,000 in the stocks  in hand only, so that there was a net  seduction of 39,000,000 for January in  the world's visible supp'y of copper.  As this is accompanied by a much  h avier demand, there is no surprise  expressed at the better tone of the  mining market wnere copper mines  are concerned.  Ne)son river, one passes through some fine  land, prairies of twenty to fifty acres  with small poplar between. This land  for four or five miles was purchased in  large blocks years ago. For some  miles further the soil is much the same  but almost all timbered with small  poplar. It consists of two or three  inches of black vegetable mould on a  white silt. This land has been largely taken up by pre emptors and what  has been missed is hard to find.  Continuing eastward twenty miles  from Fraser one is in the Keart of the  valley:* All the country lying around  the lakes-^Tacliic, Noolki and Tsinkul  ���and stretching'northward five to'ten  miles to the river," is a white silt with  three to six inches of vegetable surface.  The timber on this section is most  ly poplar from two to^ eighteen inches  in diameter, with willows and spruce  in the bottom's, interspersed with  prairies of from ten to one hundred  acres in extent. Around Cluculz lake  still farther east, most of the soil is a  brown loam which appears to be better  suited to fruit growing than the heavy  white silt of the upper valley.  Grazing   is   good   all   through   the  valley, pea vine, vetches and wild ��p:  grasses being abundant in much of thel S=  timbered land. Splendid crops of oats  have been taken off the small acreage  now under cultivation, and the vegetables grown by the Indians are not  only matured but are of the finest  quality.  Ducks, geese and fish abound in all  the streams and lakes, but large game  is somewhat scarce. Grouse are abun  dant and deer and bear are found often  enough to make hunting interesting,  but the Indians complain of the scarcity of the large game.  The climate is far milder than the  country east of the Rockies, as the  chinook winds from the Pacific modify  the winters, and after a severe cold  snap last winter, (1908-9) in the early  part of January, it was raining in late  January. The summer climate is not  so satisfactory as frosts sometimes work  havoc with the potatoes, but it has  been found that a large clearing usually  brings exemption from this evil, and in  sortie parts the country is free from  these.  A quarter section of this land can  be obtained from the government for  one dollar per acre, the settler to reside on it six months in each year for  two years, then, after paying, the pur  chase money and the cost of survey he  is entitled to a Crown, grant, or the  land may be purchased from the government at from $2.50 to $5 per acre, according to the classification of the land  by the surveyors. ' As many thousands  of acres of this is already in the hands  of land companies and syndicates, who  are selling it for from $16 to $30 per  acre, it behooves the man of moderate  means who wants land in this valley to  buy now.from the government at government prices, instead of buying the  same stuff second hand.  Those who know the Nechaco valley  oelieve��it is to be the centre of a great,  if not the greatest, farming, dairying  and hardy fruit belt in British Columbia  and the settlers already there are glad  to help by any means those who want  to come before the railway is completed-  Last year three" boats were running on  the'Fraser and .Nechaco, rivers, and  two more are''being built,,for'next  season to facilitate work on - the new  railroad ' ,"    '  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by,  hot water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation  of the public. Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals  served at all hours, special attention being given the  Diningroom,  Centrally Located on hie Bridge, Fifth Street, Phoenix. =3  *��_     STEAM   HEATED.  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.  TELEPHONE   48      ������  Hotel Brooklyn  Subscribe for the   Pioneer  and get  the latest Boundary news.      , , .     -  NOTICE  Notice is hereby givpn that thirt'-  days after date I intend to apply to the  Board of License Commissioners for the  City of Phoenix for a tranaer of th"  license now held by me for the Dominion  hotel, in the city of Phoenix, B C, to  Angelo Schnlli and James Summers.  J. B. Boone  Phoenix, B.C., Feb. 16. 1910.'  When You Think    V  Of  the pain which many women  experience with, ���very, ''*  month it makes the gentleness and kindness alwayc,associated  with  womanhood   seem   to  be   almost  a  miracle. .*  While in general no woman  rebels against what  she re-   .  gards as a natural necessity there is no womau who would,'  not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain. ���  for. Pierce'�� Favorite Prescription make*  weak., women   utroni   and  miek  women  -welt, and gives them freedom'trom^paln.  It establishes regularity, subdues latlant'  motion, heals , ulceration and. cures ta~  male'weaknesa.  Sick women' are invited^ to consult Dr. Pier~e by letter,  free.   All  correspondence  strictly  private and  sacredly  confidential.    Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Medical As-ooistion, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.  If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure  them at home, send 31 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing  only, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated  Common Sense Medical Adviser���revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.  In handsome cloth-binding, SO stamps.  The Only First-Class and UpTo-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot.'Modern Bathrooms.  Steam   j*    Heated  JAMES MARSHALL, Prop.  ���ftf  mmm*00s*mMamm>mt*M  s*m*��*tfamm*  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As wc ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  the  Jas. McCreath & Co.  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ASK HOW NOW  I  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Sayiags Bank Dfpirtmint at "All  /fficet  87 Branches Throughout Canada 87  CORRESPONDENTS  ALL  OVER'.THE'V*"./>���  J  ���   ������:      ' - ....  ���  8  ��� ���������  ���  ��3   PBR  YBAR-9AVfPJ.B   OV  Published every Saturday at Los Angeles, Californa.  SQUEST  THE KING'S HOTEL  "The Pride of the Boundary.''  PHOBiSriX, B. o.  Newly renovated and newly furnished, modern in appointments and  centrally located,; culinerydi*'>rtment [Jar excellence* and Bar  stocked with choicest liquors and cigars, the King's is headquarters  for travellers.    Bus meets all trains.'   Gommodious sample rooms.  The King's Grill  Short Order   Aeals  served in  the  King's GRILL  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor W. R  WILLIaMC,  at all hours.  Manager   '  Of all   kin.Ik  prompt I v  nupiuler'  lo.    Kapiil  Express and  Ba^gaj <���  Tiauufar.    Cniefnl JUlonlion to i  <��r��lnrn. Phono A��r  ja:ies g. hckeown  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, l.lle and  Acclden Insurance.  Oeneral Agen  . -__  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  S.   O'HAKLEY  SHAVING PARLORS  AND     BATHROOM.  V��rxt Tluor to McKae Bros      _  <uoi. hiii av. nut. Phoenix, B. C.  Matthew's Barber shop  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  ���  A   F.and A. M.  krgu'iar commuuicstlou S p, m.     Set  ond Thursday ofesrh month.  Kmersent meetings sscalled;M*��onlt  H��U, MrHale Block.  W.S  COOK  HecreUrv.  K. 8, PROBER  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  SNOW8HOK LODGK NO. 16  Meet* every Monday Kvcntnic at Miners' Hal  VialtliiK brethren cordially invlltd.  T  A. I.OVK, Noble Grand  W. A. I'ICKAKD, Fill   Secv.  W. A   Cook, Record.   8ecy.  PHOENIX   AJBRTK   NO. i.-.N  Meetsln UnlonHall  KrirfRy evenings  Visiting    brothers  slways welcome  .'.Thor-on, W. P.  Orrin D. Bush,  W. See  K.ofP.LODi.E.No.28   PHOENIX, B.C.   Meets every Tuesday  Evkmino at 7.30, :    :  Sojouralng Brothers Cordla'ly  Welcomed,        :       :       :  r. k. Mccracken  W.X. PKKKINS.*:. c. "'��   *' *'  WOOD  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6.00 per.���cord^���.���...  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  ' 'Phoae B32  Johnson & Anderson  Furniture  Insight  JS not essentially an attribute of wealth;  people of less affluence  often have the real sense  of artistic values. For instance the home of plenty  isn't always the most  beautiful. A less pretentious reception room may  be ever so much more  pleasing, surely more inviting. The sort of furniture that adds the right  touch of harmony is the  kind we sell. ; Easy chairs  and antique pieces of rare  design, Dainty Dining-  room furniture, Royal  China Buffets, and Extension Tables. Catchy  .conceits all, but not at a  prohibitive price. This  sort of furniture is lastingly satisfactory, and  that's what counts.  C. F. EDWARDS  COMPLETE HUE OF  CARPETS, RUGS,  WINDOW SHADES, ALWAYS IN STOCK  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  . NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home tor students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior stud-  ots, doink grade public school work  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers'examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  lnt affiliation.  ,;; For fuller information and terms Write  Rev. W.J. 8ipperell,B.A.,B.D.,P��incl-  S��l;or B*t. J. P.Bow��l!,jJuir8ar*  moamimm ^O^&V&'M&^t^MU'i:  f��r^O^V]( PIOTIEER   "H'riEHIX   B.p.  Here's a Hint!  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY BRAND, i.  the baHin of a tempting meal. Il makes everything taste better. 'Try.it���  ,inil you'll iilwayii buy it.    All milk Is aereated'before being aold.  'PHONE E 32  W. A. MCKAY & SONS,  .  .    Dkuvkiibu to Ali] Pabtn ok thk City  D* Jv Matheson  3nsurance Hflcnt*  PIHK,       LJFK  ANTJt  ACCIOBNT.  ni&����nr* yj^aa^BB    I MINING ROMANCE  THE    NEW   REMEDY    FOR) (  PhS^8   E��h?��8t.IOn     |      In 189,, MauriceVco.il. a merchant  ^?S?^tha^^��rT    of  MosoU   Idaho,   sold   a   suit  of  nervous system?sessential toilicf ^r.r ���   ..     ^      ' ..     ���    ,.1  successful treatment Consmnp-    ?^esior(,f c'O09;   w"^ ^1  tion.   "Asaya-Nburaw,'' feeds    S^��.^ '^nce, of Jlossland/',  ���n the-February Canadian Magazine.    I  {'IIIKUTY     IIUNDH,  COMV1WSIO.VHK    FOB.  PL.ATB  AKKIOA.VITM  OLAMf*  TAKING  PHOENIX,   B.G.  Your Opportunity  Now is your chance to secure many of the little decorations  and requirements of the home at Bargain prices. We have  a large and varied selection of articles left over from Christmas which we wish to clear, and are offering them at a big  reduction.    Buy yourself a   present now at half-price.  McR AE BROS., LTD;  STATIONERY     PAPERS      MAGAZINES  r  PKoenix  Beer  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  Is Recognised  by  all  as the  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY/  WHY?   Because its manufacturers employ  all of their energy to  the  turning out o( a perfect  Beer from  the boat materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC. PHONE 23  Phoenix   Brewing'   Co.  )����MM  *s*��*n**^0*0*me*  Phoenix-  Greenwood Stage Line  .  I>ave Fhoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.ru.1  it i�� lower town, 10.00a.m. j Standard Time  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.J.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Piiobxix Okkick, Wrrii MoRns  Bros., Knob Hill Avb.  H.   M.   LAING,  Prop*  ns���snsw  SSMMS  (MSB***  MMMMMSM  BUMPS. BURNS, CUTS, BR5JISES,  SCAIDS, AND ALL SHIN DISEASES  The best of all salves or ointments���the  one tried and true old-time remedy for  cuts and skin diseases is  Zam-B\ik  This ointment immediately relieves the  smarting of burns and cuts, and by its  penetrating power is equally good for  muscular pains, strains, etc. Be sure.to  keep it handy.  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  PRESCRIPTIONS   CAREFULLY ATTENDEO TO.  UPPER TOWN        *        PHOENIX, B. C.  Bargain Sale  IN  HAND-MADE   SHOFS  Call in and Let Us show  Yotj the Quality of Footwear   WE   CAN  OFFER  You;  Shoes that will both Fit  and Wear   :::::::::  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  .A. T. TURANO, Proprietor  the nerves with Lecithin (obtained from eggs), the element required for nerve repair. Its use  maintains full nerve vigor, restores courage when hope is failing, and thus lends incalculable  aid in throwing off the disease.  $1.50 per bottle.' I<ocal agent.  JOHN  LOVE.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORE RECORD  Shipment* sod Smeller Receipt! For Year to  /.. ���'' Dtte.:, "'���  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1910 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS.             WEEK.  YEAR.  Boundary......... .39,020  274,787  Rossland    4i377  34.��39  East Columbia River 7,649  53.372  Total.. ... .-.-.51,046  362,298  SMELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby.,.......... 25,794  181,476  B.C. Copper Co... ��� 9,800  66,725  Trail      9,223  70,258  Total   ...:..     44,817  318.579  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT GRAND FORKS  Between George R. Drake, Plaintiff  f judgment creditor1, and Mrs. Betty  La'son, defendant (judgment debtor.)  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I  will offer for sale bv Public Auction, on  tho front steps of the Court House, in  Grand Forks, BC. at the hour of 12  o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the 2nd  day of March, 1910, the following property, viz.: Lot Number 22, and part of  Lot 21, Block 13, Plan 59, in the city of  Phoenix, B.C., in order to satisfy a  judgment obtained by the plaintiff  against the defendent for 1267.75, and  interest and costs. The charges appearing on the register against the said defendant, together with date of registration are as follows: Judgment registered  14th April, 1910, amount ��267.76, judgment debtor, Mrs. Betty Larson, judgment creditor, George R. Drake.  Dated, 17th February, 1910.  H. C. Kkrman,  Sheriff Grand Forks and Greenwood Electoral Districts.  Of course there is a story in that  transaction, and a wonderful story it is;  nothing less than the romance of  Rossland and its mines. Yenzildidp't  net his $60,000 down on the nail..- It  was five years before he received! the  final payment on that suit of "Hand  me downs." "':: ' 'i  Truth to tell, Yenzil did not expect  to get a cent for the clothes. One  day an acquaintance he had known in  various mining camps of the west wandered into his store in Moscow dressed  in his best, and Wis worst. , In other  words, the man's clothes were much  the worse for wear, but they were all  he had.  [  "Just come down from Rossland  broke," he explained to his friend the  merchant. "I've got nothing except  these 2o,ooo shares of Le Roi gold  mine. Give me a suit of clothes and  stake me to a meal and they're yours."  Yenzil did so, and threw the certificate for the mining stcck into the  back of his safe. He was out of a suit  of clothes and "four-bits"; that was the  way he figured.  By 1897 he had received in dividends and from the sale of the stock  the sum of $60,000. . The great Le  Roi mine after nearly breaking the  hearts of those who stood so splendidly by it in the days of adversity, had  first developed into the most promising property in British Columbia, and  then had been bought by the British  company, headed by the late Whitaker  Wright, of somewhat painful memory.  When the Americans who held the  mine disposed of it to Wright for about  $4,000,000, Yenzilcashed in for that  suit of clothes.  Consumption  May Follow  That Cold.  Colds are the  beginning of  most tubercular  troubles.  Mathien's Syrup of  Tor and Cod Liver  Oil arrests the  disease, cures the  cough, dissipates  the cold, soothes  'and heals the  inflanied and  diseased ti&ue and  builds the system  up.  It is beyond all  question    the  greatest cough and cold cure and  system builder combined.  Large bottle 35 eta from all dealers.  J.L*fefiOe��C��.frsf��^Sleer*ro��ste,r.Q.  DiMtinntorn tot Kmtmnt (  * 0a, Vu  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM v.y  Certificate ol Improveaeati.  NOTICE.  McKinley Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located:���In Providence Camp  TAKE NOTICE, that I, A. A. Mcintosh. Free Miner's Certificate No. B26468,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this Fifth day of January, A .D.  1910.  7-8 A. A  McINTOSH.  1st U* Srnlls  "The   thing" that   goes   the   farthest  toward making life worth while, .  That costs the least and does the most,  is just a pleasant smile.  The smile that bubbles from the heart  that loves its fellow men  Will drive away  the cloud of gloom  and coax the sun again,  It's full of worth  and goodness,   too,  with many kindness.blest  It's    worth    a   million   dollars,   and  doesn't cost a cent."  Judicious advertising is the only real  way  to "stir things   up."  BOND TAKEN ON  XEEDA BAY MINE  The well-known copper-gold mine  at Ikeda bay, Moresby island, one of  the Queen Charlotte group, and owned  by a Japanese general trading corporation, is likely to be acquired by a syn  dicate of Vancouver capitalists, consisting of S. J. Castleman, R. P. McLennan, W. H. Armstrong and F. A,  Lantz. It has been bonded (or $250,-  000. Two cash payments have been  made. The bond covers a period of  two years. Extensive diamond drilling operations to further prove the  continuity of the ore bodies are to be  undertaken at once. If the result  proves as successful as is expected, a  vast program of development will then  be carried out. The plans involve the  erection of a large smelter at Ikeda  Bay.  .Early in January a detailed examination of the mine was made by A.  Larson, superintendent of the Le Roi  mine at Rossland, his services having  been secured through the kindness of  the management of the Le Roi. He  devoted three weeks to an examination  of the Ikeda bay group, which comprises 47 crown granted claims. His  report was so favorable that the syndicate made a second payment on the  working bond.  faOOO MEN IDLE  AROUND BUTTE  Butte, Mont., Feb. 22.���A poll of  the mines in and around Butte shows  that approximately 8,000 men are idle  as the result of the disagreement between the engineers and the Western  Federation of Miners.  Every mine in this vicinity, with the  exception of the Pittsburg, Anaconda,  St. Lawrence, Never Sweat, Berkeley,  Silver Bow, Mountain Consolidated  and Butte Superior are idle.  It was stated that the Butte reduction works probably would close late  today.  There is no indication that either  the Western Federation or the International Engineers,' Union will recede  from their positions and end the  trouble that caused the walkout.  MAN*-A��'LlN1  THE CANADIAN  MINING INSTITUTE  Hsltf-Us Is Ths Piss  Fernie, Feb, 21.���The most daring  hold-up ever perpetrated in the Crow's  Nest Pass occurred at Coal Creek on  Saturday night. At about 11.30  o'clock two of the office staff of the  Trites-Wood store left the building to  catch the train for Fernie, carrying  with them a considerable sum of money  and cheques, which they were to deposit in the head office of the firm.  When a short distance from the store,  three masked men suddenly sprang out  from behind the new jail and commanded them to throw up their hands,  at the same time covering them with  revolvers. The highwaymen then proceeded to go through the pockets of  the victims, and secured over $1,000  in cash and $2,000 in cheques, besides  relieving them of their watches and  jewelry, after which they decamped.  Csssda's High Crsdit  London, Feb. 22.���The Financial  News observes that nothing could be  more eloquent of Canada's high credit  than the fact that the recent loan,  under such close and stringent conditions, should have been so readily  subscribed. In the last few years  Canada has shown an astuteness in  borrowing which might well be studied  by .other colonies.  Oopjnrtstit lici, brTbojlssaUnOOt  MAN-A-LIN   Is   An  Excellent   Remedy  for Constipation.  There are many ailments  directly dependent upon constipation, such as biliousness,  discolored and pimpled skin,  inactive liver, dyspepsia, overworked kidneys and headache.  Remove constipation and  all of these ailments disappear*  MAN-A-LIN can be relied upon  to produce a gentle action of  the bowels, making pills and  drastic cathartics entirely unnecessary,  A dose or two of Man-a-lln  Is advisable' in slight febrile  attacks, la grippe, colds and  Influenza;   ,  THE   MAN-A-LIN   CO.,  COLUMBUS, OHIO, U. S. A.  NEW LOCATION  The American Hand Laundry has  moved into their new building, back of  Idaho compressor, being more' suitable for business. Send a card and  your laundry will be called for and  delivered.  Mrs. F. J. COWLES, Proprietress  Serious Kitchen Accident.  What Zam-Buk Saved a Lady  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 60 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarily a better  book because of its greater balk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital iinporance to  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with minedescriptionsand  on statistics have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 26 chapters.   ^  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology,  Deposits by Districts. States, Countries  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is coneededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  TERMS are the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent to  yon, all carriage charges prepaid on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value 'o you?  PKICE is $5 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.60 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Horace T.   Stevens  36, Shkiden Building,  Houghton  Mich** U.S.A. l  Mrs. Fredk. Bryant, of 169 Railway  Ave., Stratford, spent dollars trying to  get well, but failed until she tried Zam-  Buk. It was this way: "I was in my  kitchen preparing supper," she says,  "when I upset some boiling water,  fell upon my foot, scalding it badly.  Next day the skin came off the foot,  and it was so painful I could not walk.  I treated it, but instead of getting  better it got worse, and finally I had  to take to my bed. I was laid up for  nine weeks, and in that time I tried all  manner of so called remedies. I had  embrocations, dozens of salves, I think,  and lotions, but the scald developed  into a running sore. I was about  beaten by it, when a friend advised  me to try Zam-Buk, and I did so. A  lew applications had the effect of  soothing the pain and giving me what  I had not had for weeks���a little ease.  I persevered with Zam-Buk, and day  by day the running sore seemed to get  less inflamed and less painful, as the  Zam-Buk drew away the poison and  reduced the inflammation. In a very  short time healing commenced, and  rapidly continued until the sore was  completely healed. I would hardly  have believed that any preparation  could have done for me what Zam-Buk  did, and I shall never be without a  supply in the house." When you have  a scald, a burn, a skin sore, an ulcer,  or any skin trouble or injury, try Zam-  Buk. Made from the purest of herbal  essences, it may be regarded as nature's  own healer. Eczema, cold-sores,  cracked and chapped hands, children's  rashes, chilblains, all yield to its soothing, healing influence. It also heals  the agony of piles. All druggists and  stores, 50 cents box, or post free from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  The   Canadian   Mining Institute is  practically  a  federation  of the  local  mining   institutes  of  each   province.  British   Columbia has   a. branch,   of  which    E.   Jacobs   is   the   secretary. II  I British   Columbia claims   to  be  thell  banner mining province of the Domin-I  ion, and its premier is also its minister!  of mines.    Yet,   British   Columbia is  the only one of the mining  provinces  which does not make a direct  contribution to   the funds of the  institute,  Nova Scotia, Quebec and Ontario are  large   contributors.    The  expense  of  conducting the B.C.   branch at a great  distance from headquarters, is consid-  .   erable, and the local president, Thomas  *'! Kiddie, supported by the  members  off  his  committee,   has appealed   to   thel  government to make an annual  contri-j  to the fund.    His request is a reason  able one.  T HE-  ONLY  =WAY  w  NOTICE.  NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that  the Canadian Pacific Railway company  (Lessee and exercising the franchises  of the Columbia & Western Railway)  has this day filed in the district land  registry office at Kamloops plan, profile  and book of reference showing a change  in location on the Motherlode branch of  the said Columbia & Western Railway  between mile 3.5 and mile 4, and that  thirty days hereafter or so soon as the  application can be heard, the said company intends to apply to the board of  Railway Commissioners for Canada for  approval of the said plan.  Dated this 19th day of January 1010.  R. Marpole,  General Executive Assistant,  Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  Perfectly Good.  "Thought you said she had good  teeth."  "She has."  "I saw her lnush just now. and sbs  hasn't a tooth in her head."  "Must have been on the closet shelf."  Bad  Management.  "Aren't there any hog cars?"  "Yes."  "You have a lot of car hogs."  "Even so."  "You  should  arrange to  make  nection."  eoo-  Cool  Shade.  The north pole race. If there la one..  A happy crowd must be.  Protected from the summer sun  Beneath the ice cream tree.  Obligatory.  "I always pay my debts."  "Dear me!"  "What's the matter?"  "I thought your standing better than  that"    The Simple  Expert.  "You say this Is fine tobacco land?*  'The best in the world."  "Indeed!   Pray  how many boxes of  tigars will It grow to the acre?"  In  Self Defense.  He ceased to use the hateful weed  To please his wife,  bui then  He wore so very Inrge a grouch  She made him start again.  Brutally Frank.  "One thing 1 llki> about a dentist."  "What Is.that-his absence?"  "No.    When lit- pulls a tooth he does  not claim  thni   tills  hurts  him  worse  than it does you."  A Soft Concussion.  "He went n^iii-i his will."  "He wnsn'l hurt   I ^ness."  "What do ymi   mean?"  "His will Is so si-.ft."  Phoenix Rallwtv Timetable.  C.   P.   R.  Leaves for Eholtand Nelson, 2.00 p.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     5-35 P-m-  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ..    9-���� a-m  Arrives    .. .. ..    5.10 p.m,  THE reader of a newspaper will readily agree that it  is necessary for a merchant with any pretension to  aggressiveness to advertise.    Merchants are also aware  of this fact.    Therefore it would seem that it is simply  a question as to what form the advertising will follow.  Newspaper  Advertising   Is  tks Most Inexpensive  and in fact THE ONLY WAY to communicate between the buyer and the purchaser  THE  PHOENIX PIONEER  IS THE BOUNDARY'S GREAT PUBLICITY MEDIUM  WE. place the story of your wants in the hands of our  large list of subscribers at the rate of TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR. The advertiser cannot circularize or personally canvass the field we cover for  that amount. The man who has no business with  advertising has no business to advertise.  For advertising rates or further information address  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  p:  IS OUR LONG SUIT  ':' H�� S SI t�� -<8 l|t|  :-',v'!l:,VL''-'J' ';'" ^"^  r v.��� $  ���fl  '   <l ��'!*�����)!;< ,^,^'ftft  j. l^����-''^''J*'*iT',;''  ilid��tK����*.t/.|flV,i!Tiv;.��:ji.��:-:  |0:!|^|^^i|||^^^y^^^^^^My^  PPSi^is^Mil^^w^'^  IBPBBBBS^^  iw;  it Si  fcjfe-'.v  v-  s&  5&?-'  Si"6     .  fa-    ^f  \ Vi. .    i"  .'V ���1J'-' '.  5-fJ  ���* '..  ���j" ��� + f'��  A,      ''   ,  1, v .1,   ���%��/ *  NVESTMENT& REALTY Co. 11  ' 1  INCORPORATED,    FEBRUARY,   1910  Offices: '4034 Eagle Block, SPOKANE, WASH.  I In and  BRIEF TOPICS  Or  LOCAL  AND  GKNBRAL  INTEREST TO  PHOENICIANS  Real Estate Bought and Sold; Ten-Year 6  per cent Gold Bonds issued; Agents for all  kinds of Business ; write for Prospectus : Buy  a Gold Bond and receive 6 Per Cent Interest  Compounded    annually    on   your   savings.  <5 ���**       ��� iNTBREST TO  PHOENICIANS. *** ��fe  International Investment & Realty CO.  J. L. MARTIN, Manager  Phone Main 3        Eagle Block       Spokane, Wash:  Gentlemen!  I beg to inform tlie Gentlemen of Phoenix that I  have taken over the TAILORING Business,  conducted for years by Mr. Robert Horrell, and  will continue the same in the old stand. Having,  already been in the Tailoring business in  Phoenix for a number of years,' my workmanship  is well'known. I will, carry a stock of the  NEWEST SUITINGS and Fashion Plates, and  can guarantee satisfaction.    A trial 'solicited.;    ^,  For sale, good coal- heater; apply al  Pioneer office  A. B. Hood of Gran'd'Forks was in  town Monday. ���    l  Miss Peggie Bell, returned from Spokane on'Monday..' ',  Firstclass dry wood, any- .length, for  sale;1 phone, E32.  The new stock for N. J. Carson &  Co. is arriving daily.      '   -    ^  Wood dealers have1 been reaping  their harvest this week.    ���'. >������  Order your spring suit from Wallace,  the tailor���lower town.'  For sale, a comfortable cottage on  Nbw York townsite; apply at Pioneer  office. <���  A dance will be given in the Scandinavian hall tonight. Werner's orchestra.  Team work of all kinds promptly  attended to; apply to W W. Miller,  phone E33. ,  ��� For cleaning and pressing try Wallace, the tailor ; goods called for and  delivered.  '' Werner's orchestra will''- go to Cascade next Wednesday to furnish music  for a dance.  ' Hear "Hondel's Largo," a beautiful  'cello solo-played on the Columbia  Grafonola at Black's jewelry store.  See   D  J. .Maiheson   about  housekeeping rooms in'the McArdle & And-  Dry wood in car lots.    Apply to J  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Board   and  rooms  at the Cott&ge  hotel.���W. Sutcliffe, prop.  Before   buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. }. Gardner.  Ladies dress goods; the finest selection in the city at R. Horrell's.  W. J. Rutherford left on Thursday  for Alberta to locate on a ranch.  Grafonolas and graphophones, on  easy terms, at Black's jewelry store.  John Houston, editor of the Fort  George Tribune,' is reported to be  critically ill.  Work on the big Greenwood-Phoenix  bore is now progressing at the rate of  ten feet per day.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  office in the bank block, Phoenix,  from the 10th to 13th inst.  . ��� W. A. Keith < f Beaverdell is in  Greenwood hospital, suffering from  blood-poisoning in the hand. -  Call at Black's jewelry store and  hear the latest selections on the most  perfect phonograph manufactured.  John Mclnnis and Neil McBeth are  on the trail to ihe Fort George dis-  trict to join the colony of Boundaryites  located there.  U   H -00  O  D.  9  n  *1  o  1�����  o  9  z  5-  o  O  c  a  re  n  ���Z  n'  =r  o  a  >  o  55  W  SMITH CUP  W^tch Kepairin  We are now in a position to do first-class  work promptly, and at a reasonable price.  Our watcmaker has had years of experience  on English and American watches.  We can replace any broken part with an  exact duplicate made by the factory that  made the watch, or if it is 'an old style watch  we can make the missing part ourselves.  Also Jewelery, Repairing and Manufacturing. Nugget  Jewelery made to order. We have a laige selection of  Nuggets just from Alaska. WORK THAT WILL  STAND COMPARISON.    PRICKS RIGHT.  E.    A.    BLACK,    THE    JEWELER  Julius Carsin  * ' -  ���~&rs ~- "  ���F* R E S M    MILK  " "    ~   That pronounced presence of Rich Cream is  found_ only  in PureBt Milk,   'that is the kind   we sell.   We ,inv:te  ���.��� - -   ^ou to become a judge by giving ua-aVtrial:? Phone Orders  to E. 32, and same will be promptly attended to and delivered daily.       ' ' ]',  W. A; McKAY*& SONS  -I'S.iR-ECOMiM'E:NrJ05E D  'when a person," young or old, through   overwork, worry, intense? excitement  Rrief, alcoholic or^other, excesses, orfromj other.recenl or known causes, has  overstrained and exhausted the.nervous system, and a, the result, does not  sleep-well/ wakes up'' tired.���-is'depressedAear.nl, inclined,to, perspire at th  leas't irri'ration, has indigestion, lack of appetite, and is, to sum up.m a phrasr,  entirely unstrung.    Such conditions are evident to everyone, and are com  mon in every family, and can by early treatment of brief duration by  this  'preparation,'with'its threefold effect of feeding the nerve tissue,  enabling  sleep'to,be obtained and food to" be desired. and digested, be qu.ckiy.over  come. ,' ' - >.*.���'  ���LARGE BOTTLES, $1.50  ;,dne 'bottle, taken'' three times a -day''according to directions, affords  treatment for about 40 days, all that is usually required for ordinary derange-  ments of the nervous system.,       v ,    . ?   1*   '.   '  *,"    Samples and regular size~- bottles may-be obtained at. * ? - K v   -:    ''  LOVE'S RRyG/STpRE  ��� f/"  __ jpure grape creanri, of  tartar powder. Its fame  is world-wide. No alum,  no phosphatic acid  There is never a ques^��  tioti as to the absolute  purity and healthful-  ness of the food it raises.  erso'n block, First street, upper town. -  Miss Mamie Coutts, who had. been  attending school in Spokane for some  months, returned to town on Saturday.  . Oscar Gustafson, who has been con  nected with the mines here tor some  years, left on Wednesday for the coast.  A supply of latest improved Tungsten lamps just receite^, 16 to 100  candle poweY. Phoenix Electric Light  Co.  The Marks-Werner dancing school  in the f.iners' Union hall has been  increasing-, in popularity and about  thirty pupils will soon be ready for  graduation.  When the fire whistle is  blowing is  no time to think about insuring  your  house and furniture.      Don't  put, off  another day.. You  should also  con  sider'what company you insure in ; D.  I ���; Jay P. Graves, of Spokane,^ manag !  1 ing director of .the' Granby  company  and presidentof the Inland  Empire  Railway system^ will'lend, $125,000 to  assist in ,the erection  of a' Spokane  Cluo building.    ���  Furnished house, con'ainmg eight  rooms; suitable for two tenements,  situated near centre of city, up town,  will be sold at a great bargain if applied for in next two weeks. A. S  Hood, Bank block.  George Pratt returned on Monday  from a trip to the coal properties at  Princeton, where, he states, George  Fraser, formerly of Phoenix, holds a  responsible position. Mr. Pratt looks  ���for big developments in mining in the  Princeton district.  J. R. Jackson, M.L.A. for Greenwood, writes vthat the provincial government will give a supplementary  grant towards the holding of an agrP  cultural fair in the interests of West  Fork ranchers. It is proposed to hold  the fair in Greenwood annually.  ���1 he Phoenix hospital staff writes  the Pioneer that the water supply  problem at the institution has become  acut", the hospital being without a constant water supply. This a very serious  matter with a hospital and it is imperative that the board of directors give the  matter their immediate attention. The  efficiency of such an institution demands a liberal as well as regular  supply of.Iresh water.  A. E. Body, who has been engineer  on the Phoenix run'of the Great Northern for the past two years and has  made his residence in this city, has  been transferred to the Republic, Wash.,  branch. Mrs. Bodey and family left  yestciday to take up residence at Republic. During their residence in  Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. Bodey have  won many warm friends who will regret  to lose them. Mr. Bodey had also  become one of the local crack  curlers.  Prank Lloyd, of the famous English  Lloyd family of public entertainers has  been engaged to support Robert Meikle,  the eminent Scotch baritone, and will  be heard here with Mr. Meikle's com  p.my next Friday evening. Mr. Lloyd  is a good vocalist and a natural comedian, his imitations of Harry Lauder,  Albert Chevalier and Geo. M. Cohn  have won for him universal praise,  clever   comedian   is   a  worthy  Lost���Between Phoenix and Greenwood, a gold watch initialed "M M. I."  Finder will be rewarded by returning  to Pion��er office.  1*3  C/3  ��C5  3 S  n  3  ��� ft  B  N  ft  To rent, the old Norden hotel  building; thoroughly cleaned and in  good shape; several rooms well furnished.    Apply to A. Alms'rom.  Lost���On Saturday, Feb. 5th, a  lady's gold filled watch, Elgin movement. Finder leave at Morrin,  Thompson & Co.'s, and receive reward.  Dan. Martin, who has been connected with Phoenix mines for about  ten years, left on Saturday for Alberta  where he owns a ranch.' Mrs. Martin  is visiting friends at Greenwood prior  to going to Alberta.  Robert Horrell is closing out his  tailoring business here this week, and  will open in Calgary, Alberta, in a few  days. Mrs'.' Horrell left Thursday for  Spokane on a visit to her daughter,  I Mrs. Allen; prior to going' to Calgary.  I The groundhog as a forecaster 'has  won with honors this year. Since be  saw his shadow on -Feb., -2nd and re  turned to his hole for six weeks' more  winter. , Phoenix has experienced iis  severest-weather. Mercury ran down  about eight points below zero Tuesday  morning.  A quiet wedding was solemnized in  Spokane on Wednesday, Feb. 16th,  when Miss Anna Bell, youngest daughter of Mrs.,E. E. Bell of Phoenix, was  united in marriage to J. L. Sims. The  ceremony was performed by the llevj  Dean Lockwood Mr. and Mrs. Sims  will reside in Cranbrook.  Robert Meikle, the .Scottish baritone, wilLsing in the opera house on  Friday, March 4th. Mr. Meikle is,  without doubt, the foremost'interpreter  of Scotch rallying songs, and is ,at his  best in ringing martial music, yet sings  the simpler songs with touching tenderness. His engagement in this city  is a musical event of exceptional im  portance. He is supported by a talented company consisting of Frank  Lloyd, singing comedian, who is-making his first visit to this country, but  who has already made a name for himself on the concert stage in England.  Miss Juanita Badley, a dramatic reader  of unusual merit and Miss Nellie Malcolm, pianist.  Phoenix has its quota of honest  men. Two weeks ago Axel Fernstrom  found a ten dollar bill on the sidewalk  and brought it to the Pioneer office to  locate the owner. David Hill identified the bill and received the money.  Last week Archie Boyd found a roll of  bills containing $,2 in the Granby  mine, and promptly brought it to the  Pioneer to find the loser. Shortly  after the last issue of the Pioneer con.  taining the advertisement, was in cir  culation Louis Lrances called at this  office, and on making satisfactory identification received 'his money. It is  pleasing to know that we have men of  the calibre cf Messrs. Boyd and Fern-  stroin within our gates.  3 3  -a s  cr o*  t/i  3  00  O3-  o  2SO  " o  o  t-H  3  3_  r  3_  n'  OJ  01  s  r>  Why Freeze?  Even though it be cold weather wc can clothe you in garments  that will keep the shivers away. Try a suit of our ALL-  WOOL UNDERWEAR and you will be surprised at the comfort you have been missing���and the price is nominal. Our  stock of GENTS' CLOTHING is complete. Let us supply  your requirements.  Thomas Brown  02  .0  s  n  1���1  3  3  Koyal Billiard parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  LATER���The Smith Cup goes to  Giand Forks, Mclnnis defeating Smith  in a very close game. The score was  a tie, 8 points each, at the end of the  12th end, Mclnnis scoring a single on  ihe i3t-'.'  Judged oy a Name.  "Doctor, can't you do something foi  ne?   1 have been sick for some time'  "What are your symptoms?"  "I have a "constant pain in my liver.'  jlacinj: his band over bis ample veM  o designate the spot.  "That" isn't your'liver, man; tbat s  jour stoma'ch."    ,  "1 thought it must be my liver, be-  ;ause that !b where I live."  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARBER SHOP  in cunneoti"!!.  AN  EASY SHAVE  T YLISH   HAIRCUT  REFRESHING   A X.    ACE  INVIGORATING    HAMPOO  A. Tank, Tonsorial Artist  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try  The Famous  Kohinoor  Chocolates  There nre none  Belter  coscrove & McftSTacKER, Proprietors  PRINTING  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time that you  want  '     The Comino* Spet.   ,  "I have old Moneybags where I can  do what I please .with him."  "Learn one of the secrets of his early  life?"   ���'  /���Not as coarse as that"  -'"Hypnotism?" \  '"Much simpler."  "What is the recipe?"  ��� "Asked him to be the end man in an  ���rmateur minstrel show."  Didn't Mind Suspense.  "Oh, really, Mr. Hotspur, this is so  ���sudden!" exclaimed the shy young  c-reature who had been expecting It for  hree months. "I coujdn't possibly an-  swer you tonight You must givfr me  ilme to consider."  "All ' right." said the young mau  ���:ayly. "just so you let me know right  now what the answer will be after you  have thought It over."  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers-in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 15  SUVS' THE PIONEER  samples : : :  ' Looked Ahead.  ���The man who first said there is room  Tor one more was a prophet"  ������Who was he?"  ������I don't happen-to know."  , "Then  how do you  know  what   hP  was?"  ������He said It before street cars were  invented, didn't he?"  Star Performers.  1 With what apparent nonchalance.  What studied unconcern.  The delegates make history  The little boys to learn.  Naturally.  "I don't know anything worse than  in empty minded idiot"  "I do."  "What?"  "One who thinks he has got somr  thing on what lie thinks is his mind  Left the Creases.  "Metaphorically speaking, Ihavehltn  down on his kneos to me."  "That Is ulce. but It doesn't maki-  any more pressing work for the tailor ".  PERT  PARAGRAPHS.  Light miracle for summer entertainments���when John has one apple and  Mary has one apple they both have a  pair.  Only politeness restrains the man  with Indigestion from licking the man  who says the world Is growing better.  This  bearer, of the  Lloyd.  well  known   name of  Consol*:ioa Goes to Greenwood  LATER ��� The Consolation competition was completed at 11 o'clock  last night, McDonald(Greenwood) .won  from Birnie (Phoenix) by a score of 7  to 8. The score was a tie at the end  of the rath end, McDonald securing  the winning point on the 13th.  r*5r  When yon feel a sure enough at at  the blues coming on. go out and beat  the rugs.  Fresh air will euro most ail of our ills  fent poverty.  an waste  difference between  good and poor flours.  The food part of flour is "protein."  Protein makes bone, muscle and  brain.���There is no protein in bran.  ���bran is the outside part, the husk  or "bark" of the wheat  ���bran is ihe part of the wheat which  is absolutely without food-value to  the human system.  ���bran represents part of the difference between Royal Household Flour  and whole-wheat Hour or cheap, inferior flours that are poorly milled  and not thoroughly purified.  No other flour in this country is so  thoroughly and completely separated  from the waste as is "Royal Household," because no other mills are so  well equipped or exclusively devoted  to the production of scientifically pure  flour as Royal Household mills.  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour.  '{ ,  ^ <  few'  w  m  i  m  @r   <'


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