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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 17, 1909

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 AND  BOUNDARY  MINING  :m  I _ 1  Tenth Ykar.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMbU. SATURDAY. JULY i7, 1969  Mo. 34  u  MIDSUMMER  DISPLAY  JE are making a special showing this week  throughout our DRY GOODS DEPART-'���  ... MENT OF SUMMER GOODS,, such as A,  ladies require during the warm weather.  Displayed on our tables you will find:  SWISS MUSLINS  White Swiss Miislins, assorted spots  Embroidered Swiss Muslins ''     ''  Eylet Swiss Muslins, assorted patterns  COLORED MUSLINS  Colored Muslins, dainty designs  Gplbred Muslins, stripes and figures  COLORED DIMI^IE^  Beautiful Colored Dimities, the latest  25c. to 75c.  47^c  15c.  25c. to 50c.  for Summer Dresses, at    r;,  LAWNS  Persian Lawns, plain and stripes  Linen Lawn . . . . . ���  Victoria Lawn   .    .    ���    ���    ���    ���  35c. to 50c?  .25c. to4Qc.  . 20c. to 35c.  I2c>*S. to 40c.  LINENS:AND DUCKS  Plain and Fancy Duck Suitings   ,.  Striped Linen Suitings, all shades  GINGHAMS  A complete line of  Zephyr Ginghams,  stripes, checks and plain  PRINTS  Grafton's Celebrated English Prints,  light and dark colors     ���".    .    '.    ������'".  BLOUSES!  We are showing exceptionally good  values in Ladies' Blouses at    .   .'.;"  SUMMER VESTS  In this line we are particularly strong  this season.    Made in Cotton, Lisle .  :���Vuand Silk, long short sleeves, prices  'y am MOwWiV WMH COOPS, NECKWEAR, ^OVCS,^  Aftosmr mo niMOiirExcEii. *tr previ*us'years*  I7c^. to45cf  25c.   to SOcr  ���7e^��  15c!  I.25to$(S  20c to $1.75  ^���??,.-9*!!h?A.:.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO. LTD.  T^y  ��  Beautiful Presents Given Away  at each sale.   Call^for Free  Tickets.  A Silver Dollar  will be given to the first lady  purchaser.  Call for Any Article in the Store  it will be placed on sale.   &   j*  NO GOODS RESERVED  1  '���i'M  Sales 2.30 <& 7.30  JEWELER  =0^  AXE FALLS ON  Commissioners; Grant  Only 7 l&newals  Nine of Sixteen Licences Pass  from Existence Since Jan. 1  ; The adjourned meeting of the police  and license commissioners (ox the city  took place iii 'the council chamber on  Monday evening, Mayor Rumberger  and Commissioners A Hillier and G,  N. Galer being present,     f ,  The application of E. P. Shea for  th^trahsfer of the license of the Beller  vue hotel to the Kind's hotel was"'read,  also the report of the chief ot police on  allthe hotels of the city.  '^ Rev. S. Lundie of the Presbyterian  church and Rev. R. W. Hibbert of the  Methodist church appeared before the  board presenting a petition, signed by  248 residents, asking that the number  of licenses in Phoenix be reduced, and  that the license fedbe raised;  On motions'of the commissioners  renewals of licenses for the current six  months were granted' the following  hotels in the order named: Brooklyn,  Dominion, Alexander, Knob Hill,  Central, Butte and Bellevue.  ��� The application;/f E. P. Shea for  the; ^'transfer * of the Bellevue license  to the King's hotel was granted.  This gives Phoenix .seven liquor  licenses only for the current half year,  there being no appeal from the decision  of license commissioners. The,, provincial statutes vest license commissioners with power to renew or withhold licenses as they see fit. The  liquor licenses of the Summit, Stem-  winder, Cottage, Mint, Norden, Maple  Leaf and Golden hotels therefore pass  out of existence. Of the sixteen liquor  licenses in Phoenix on Jan. r last nine  have disappeared.  Qreeawood I O.O.P. Officer!  The semi-annual,.installation of offi  cers of Boundary Valley lodge, No 38,  I O.OrF.;,^frj6k^ifcenat"rji��eTiwobd,~on  Tuesday evening last, the grand lodge  representatives being : Grand master,  F. J. McDougall (Phoenix); grand  warden, W. B. Fleming ; grand secretary, W. Elson; grand treasurer, George  B. Taylor; grand marshal], C. H.  Cook (Phoenix). The following were  installed for the current term : Noble  grand, A. Logan; vice:grand, Fred B.  Ftolme; recording secretary,F.Edward  Brown: financial secretary, George B,  Taylor; treasurer, A. E.- Braithwaiter-  warden, Howard Logan; conductor, D.  A. McDonald; R.S.N.G., W. B. Fleming; L.S.N.G., R. I. Sanders; R.S.V.G.,  A. Jaynes; R.S.S., George Clerf; inside  guard, George Patterson; outside guard,  W. Elson. '  A Happy Realty Afeot  Arthur Williamson, a former Phoenician, left yesterday after a short  business stay in the city. Mr. Williamson is in the happy position of having  done well by Phoenicians���and -Phoenicians have done well by Mr. Williamson. He is in the realty business,  and has become a past master at  cinching deals; But he handles  an attractive line of North Vancouver  staples, and those who have bought  from him do not appear to object to  being thus ''dealt" with. On a former  visit Mr. Williamson sold several thousand dollars' worth of lots here and  relumed this time offering to buy them  back at double and treble the prices at  which they were sold. He found a  ready bunch of  investors   during the  past week.   Trail Smelter't New Record  On Friday of last week the lead furnace at the smelter of the Consolidated  company at Trail, smelted 250 tons ol  lead ore and produced 130 tons of  bullion in 24 hours. This is the  banner amount of ore and bullion for  a single furnace in Canada in one day,  and also beats all previous records at  the Trail smelter. The ores put  through were those that came from the  several mines that ship to Trail. There  was no attempt made to assemble  ores for the run that would reduce  easily, nor was there a special effort  made to beat the record for it was  done in the usual course of operations  of the local furnace.  Boundary Ore Shipments  The ore shipments from Boundary  mines for the past week and year to  date follows :  Week Year  Granby mines 20,780 525,326  Mother Lode......       ... MM00  Snowshoe   2,220 84,520  Golden Eagle  33��  Sally  ,0��  Oro Denoro  '.S��3  Total 23,000    758,558  SMELTER   TREATMENT  Granby 19.233    5��8>283  B.C. Copper      135.549  Three shifts are operating daily on  the Argo tunnel at; Greenwood', and  some good; showings, have been encountered.       r'A:A:'\ '-'A'- ..','.',..':'.  ;, R. E. Raven, mining engineer, who  has been reporting bh Boundary properties for English' capitalists, left for  Toronto a few days^Hgb;  A large amount of surface work has  been in progress at the Snowshoe mine.  The ore bodies are being stripped by  scrapers operated by small hoists. ���  Granby :pre shipments, and smelter  treatment both show a considerable  increase this "Week, [and still further  increases are expected in the next few  weeks. The: two new furnaces which  will be blown in,(atr.the smelter^ tomorrow will require,;heavier shipping  from the mines,, where an increased  force will be required,1;  Tunnelling on the*' Woodburn property of the Phoenix fining, Smelting  and Development company continues,  and several hundred, feet have, been  driven to-date. , The operations. are  now being carried; qtv, by three men,  drifting to'the right of. the main tunnel  being prosecuted, arid it is expected a  good ore body will soon be tapped.  The work of installing the mill for  testing the new Slimes- process at the  jewel mine" is .expected. to be ..completed in course of|a few weeks, and  the operations of the mill are being  looked forward to with much interest  by mining men generally. J. W. Co!-;  lins, agent for Mussens Limited, and  A. H. Sangton, consulting engineer for  Fraser & Chalmers, have been inspecting the progress of construction.  A lead several .hundred feet long  and ninety feet wide has been exposed  on the Le Roi mine btrthe West Fork,  for the developing of'which a, stock  company has recently'been formed.  Two shafts, each to a depth of 65 feet!  in ore, have been sunk on the property 700 feet apart:', The ore is said  ���to be remarkable for, its fluxing qualities,' an average. sample assaying 47  per cent in iron, and 30 per cent in  sulpiur, while carrying 2 j�� per cent  in  copper,  and   values in  gold  and  silver.   ���7   Btware al Stjaalclaaa Laad Ageaia  ["-���^Trfefe ' afe^land^ge'nts" and land  agents���and Phoenix has had its share  of them during the past year.  There are those who represent re-  ponsible firms, and are offering attractive buys in lots arid acreage. They  give their frank statements publicity in  the press and thereby guarantee that  they are playing no swindle but giving  value for value.  Then there are those who shirk pub  licity, their offerings will not stand the  light of the press. They make all  kinds of extravagant statements and  grow rich in selling "shoddy goods,"  which if fumigated by publicity would  never be unloaded on unsuspecting  buyers.  It is only a few months ago since a  bunch of Spokane artists came across  the line and found many victims for  their wares in the Boundary. ���'���������  Citizens cannot be too cautious in  buying from silvery-toneued land  agents from Spokane and other points  who look upon publicity of their offerings as a detriment to sales.  Mining Record*  The following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,  recorded at the office of the Grand  Forks mining division for the past  week:  LOCATIONS  No. 4, No. 2, Wellington camp,  E. E. Jackson; No. 3, No. 1, Wellington camp, C. Biesel; Yellow  Girl, relocation of Yellow Girl; Rose  Tree, relocation of Rose Tree, Franklin camp, A. E. Savage; Riverside,  relocation of Riverside, Franklin camp,  E. Larsen; Franklin, relocation of  Franklin; Copper, relocation of Copper,  Franklin camp, J. Buron; Alpine, Coryell, H. P. Jackson; Ethel, relocation  of Ruby, McRae Creek, E. A. Wiseman; Idaho, part relocation of Dread  naught, Franklin camp, M. Bellefon-  taine.  CERTIFICATES OF WORK.  Orient, Summit camp, D. R. Mc-  Elmon; Silver King, Silver Queen, U.  S. Copper King, B.C., Franklin camp,  Paulsen et al.; Iron Chief, Wellington  camp, Nelson et al.; Lauretta, Morrell,  McKinley camp, Morrell et al.  Latest Minin( Stoelc Quotations.  Alberta Coal and Coke  B.C. Copper   Domin. Copper   Granby    Charles Dickens   Cons. Smelters   Copper KinR   Gertie   Hecla  ��� ��� ��� ���  International Coal...  Kendall   Missoula Copper.   Nabob ���  Rambler-Cariboo   Rex   ���'nowstonu   Snowshoe   B Stewart    Tamarack-Chesapeake  BID  .04  7.12>^  .03  95.00  ASKED  .05  7.37J4  .05  105.00  88.00     100.00  .03^'  .04  .01 ��*  .02t4'  300  4.00  .74  .77  .90  .2  .02 ^  .2%  ���2%  ���11��  .UH  .10  .12  1.50  1.54  ���5&  .6k'  0.50  .62!,  0.0  1.00  PROGRESS AT  JEWEL MINE  Assays of Entire Mine  Average $15  New Mill and - Cyanide Plant  Ready in'Septerriber  Among the properties in the Boundary upon which a large amount of  development woric has been done this  year is the Jewel mine, in Long Lake  camp, says the Greenwood Times;'  The Jewel is one of the oldest mineral locations in -the district and was  staked by... Dittmer brothers in 1895.  It has been worked almost continuously since its location, and the first steam  plant brought into the district, was installed on this property,  y  Soon after the discovery of tlie vein,  the owners :sold to, theJ Prospecting  Syndicate of B.C., an English syndicate  represented by Leslie Hill, M.E., who  developed the property for a number  of years, placing the ore on the dump  and exploiting the fine vein of gold-  bearing quartz in all directions. Mr.  Hill was a busy-mani and'- his numerous other engagements took the greater  part of his time, and after outlining the  plan of development, the...: mine was  placed in charge of Gilbert Mahon, one  of the directors of the; Prospecting  Syndicate and himself a ' large shareholder. Mr. and Mrs. Mahon came  out from England and resided for a  considerable period at the mine. In  the mean time another company was  organized in London, to confine its  attention solely to the development of  the Jewel. This company was registered as the Jewel Development syndicate. Mr. Mahon took; active charge  in November of 1898 apd during his  tenure of management oyer 1900 feet  of development were added to that already done. .        f-'y  On Mr. M<ihon!:> return to England,  where his private property demanded  his attention, the inirie,#qrk~;was.continued; for a whi\^^d$ttJ$^}niLT}kge[-:  ment',[. of W.[Q.\'Wright,"when,-the  company having used up its available  capital, work was suspended. Within  quite recent years the company reorganized once more and placed, R.  Roberts, M.E.'of Rossland, and well  known in the' district as a most able  and conscientious mining engineer, in  charge of the present scheme of operations, which is being pushed forward  with most gratifying results. The large  mill and* cyanide plant is almost completed. The mine has been connected  with the Bonnington Falls electric  power line from the Mother Lode mine  and a full equipment of electrical and  milling machinery installed. The mill  will be ready for operation by September. Mr. Roberts is assisted by J.  Stuart Palmer, and has a force of  miners underground, with carpenters  arid machinists at the new mill, which  is situated on the shore of Long Lake,  within 2,000 feet of the mine shaft,  and connected with it by tramway.  The quartz ledge occurs ia a granite  formation and is in some places altered  and cut by dykes having a regular  fissure vein averaging four feet in  width, carrying a thin clay gangue,  with values in gold and silver. There  are quantities of galena, zinc blend,  iron pyrites and occasionally ruby  silver, tellurides of gold and silver, and  some free gold. Exceedingly high  assays have been secured and a careful  record kept of the values at^all points.  The average for the entire mine is in  the neighborhood of $15.  Notes of the City  Col. R. T. Lowery of the Green  wood Ledge paid Phoenix a visit on  Wednesday, after an absence of some  months. Mr. Lowery looks for. the  operation of the British Columbia  Copper company's properties in the  near future.  A large number American residents  of Phoenix will go to Spokane, Coeur  q' Alene and Montana during the next  few days to exercise homestead rights  in connection with the Indian reservations being thrown open for settlement.  Registration takes place up to August  5th for 750,000 acres of land.  The big action sale inaugurated at  E. A. Black's jewelry store on Thursday is going along merrily with Auctioneer Burgh of Minneapolis wielding  the hammer. It is seldom that such  a really high-class stock of jewelry is  offered by auction and many of the  bidders are securing excellent  values  Fridolph Werner, who heads the  Phoenix orchestra, has become very  popular as pianist for Saturday evening  dances at the pavillion at Christena  lake, going down to the lake Saturdays  and returning Sundays. The entin  orchestra has been engaged for a special  dance to be given in the course of a  fortnight.  Dr. Oppenheimer left Greenwood  this week to practice in Spokane.  A. A. McPhail has returned to Mid  way after a absence of two years at  Trout Lake.  Chief Constable Bunbury is in; the  Similkameen on a hunt for the C.P.R.  train bandits.  ������>-.-,' "'���',-   ��� <    'A. : ��� .'���>:���    | ���  ;.���>'��� VV. Johns of Greenwood has eight  young pheasants hatched from eggs  brought from Oregon.   /  '��� About $1500 damage was done by  fire in the McBride'block at Greenwood on Tuesday night. ���  The Ladies of the - Maccabees will  tender Mrs. J. C. McDonald a farewell  at Grand Forks next Monday evening.  Superintendent Mcintosh of the  Mother Lode mine and Mrs. Meln-  Itosh have returned from a trip to the  coast.  it   ''������'��������������� ',     r   .. *     . ���; 1 -;        j .  ���' Pery Andrews, who was injured on  the C.P.R. near Grand Forks last.fall,  has received $2500 damages from the  railway company.       '  Through delay of the mails the  Pioneer is unable to print. two attractive scenes of Christena lake this week.  They will appear in our next issue.  William1 Mitchell, diamond setter for  the B.C. Copper company at the Oro  Denoro mine, has moved his family  from Greenwood to Denoro. r ':.  J. E. McAllister, manager of -the  ;B.C Copper compahy, and Mrs. McAllister left Saturday to spenda couple  of weeks in the Okanagan vailey.  W. English, formerly of Greenwood,  has.been forced to resign his position  of assistant superintendent of the Crown  Rose mine at Cobalt on account of ill  health.   : "_,  Albert L. White, for ten years a  druggist of Greenwood, died suddenly  on the 9th inst. from appoplexy. De  ceased was 65 years of age and leaves  a widow, three sons and three  daughters.    -  -; Eholt  Patrick Collins/an old-time resident  of Eholt, left on Tuesday for Gow-  ganda, a syndicate of Eholt citizens  having sent him there on a prospecting  .trip.--:^--���;���>���'.����� ���-���>��� .->.-----y:yy-^y'.:-.s^ y-'yAA  -������..Miss'Maggie McPherson, who has  been on a visit of several months with  her brother here, left on Tuesday for  her home in Vancouver.  The dance given by W. S. Torney  at the Union hotel on the 12th inst.  was a most enjoyable, affair. A large  number accepted his invitation and  tripped the light fantastic till break o'  day.   Death ol Wm. Murray  William A. Murray, of this city on  Wednesday received the sad intelligence of the death of his son at Ken-  newick, Washington. Deceased had  been ill but a short time, his mother  and sister leaving here for his bedside  a few days ago. The late Mr. Murray  had been in the employ of the Do  minion Copper company as electrician,  but left here with Mis. Murray tor  Kennewick about three months ago.  Deceased was about 24 years of age  and leaves a wife and young son.  I    !     "'  J.  Q. N. Officials Visit Phoenix  J. M. Gruger, of St. Paul, general  manager of the Great Northern railway,  accompanied by E. L. Brown of Spokane, general superintendent of the  western division, and R. C. Morgan,  local superintendent, was in Phoenix  on Saturday. The officials arrived by  special train and made a general inspection of the company's property  here. The general manager is on his  annual tour of inspection of the Great  Northern's western lines.  A Labor-saving Device  For some time past at the smelter of  the Consolidated Co., at Trail, a  mechanical feed for the lead furnace  has been in course of installation. On  Saturday it was put into operation tor  the first time. This does away with  the work of twelve men and causes a  saving of at least $12,000 a year. Improvements continue to be made from  time to time so as to keep the plant up  to date in every particular.  Watch Phoenix Grow  Born���In Phoenix, on Sunday, July  nth, to Mr. and Mrs. Axel Sponberg,  a daughter.  Born���In Phoenix, on Monday July  12th, to Mr. and Mrs.  Edward Berry-  man, a son.  Born���In Phoenix, on Tuesday, July  13th, to Mr. and Mrs. Gus Johnson, a  daughter.    May Open Office in Greenwood.  Dr. J. D. McLean went to Greenwood  yesterday. It is reported to be his intention to open an office in that c'ty  in the near future, the three medical  practitioners of Greenwood having decided to leave.  Lat:st Prices in Metals  Nbw York���Copper, electrolytic. *12-  62!^ @ $13.87K ; lane, $13 25 @ $13.37^.  Bar Silver. 62^  Lead, $4 35 ft *4.45.  Spelter, |5.35 �� $5.40  '  !  IN A  "L  111.  A Clash in Opinions of  City Official?  *,  Three Aldermen Object to 'Action of License Board  The action of the police and license  commissioners in granting only seven  renewals out of the fourteen licenses  held in the city was.a lively topic of  discussion at a special' meeting of'tbe  I city council on Wednesday evening,  and a deadlock is imminent.  Mayor Rumberger. and Aldermen  Rogers, McKenzie and Deane only  were, present at the meeting, Aldermen  Marshall and Cook being absent from  the city and Alderman Hillier not attending. ; ��� *  The council chamber was crowded  with license holders and others interested in the. recent action of the commissioners, many of whom took occasion to air their opinions, the mayor  having authorized the reading of the >  minutes of the previous meeting of the  license commissioners:1 1  The cancelling of seven licenses  would mean a loss of $10,500 in revenue to the city during the next six  months and the aldermen present were  of the opinion that lithe city's finances  could not stand the shock. _  A> motion of Aldermen Rogers and  McKenzie. was then introduced embodying instructions to the city clerk  to issue liquor licenses. to all license  holders on that date, upon the license  fees being tendered.   ���  The mayor ruled the motion out of  order, as being illegal, and suggested  that an adjournment; should be made  and legal advice secured.  A resolution, censuring the board of  commissioneers for alleged discrimination in the renewals, was then introduced on motion, but the mayor refused to put the motion.  : The council adjourned till ro < a.m.  Thursday,^ the*��� clerk being, insUucted- *r  to secure legal advice on the issue in  question. ^  On Thursday; the clerk informed the  council 'of the city ' solicitor's advice,  which was to the effect that the council  would be taking grave responsibility  in passing such a motion.  Both motions which were submitted  on the previous evening were again  introduced, but the mayor refused to  allow them to go to a vote.  Alderman Rogers then informed  the mayor that he would refuse to sit  at future meetings of the council, Aldermen McKenzie and Deane giving  similiar intimations.  This will place the civic adminstra-  tion in a temporary deadlock, as a  quorum cannot be secured until the return of Aldermen Marsnall and Cook.  A bylaw to strike the city's rate of  taxation, which was to have come up  at the next meeting, will now require  to stand indefinitely.  DOMINION OP CANADA PRIZE  Offered By Militia Council for Competi'toc  Thla Year  With a view to the greatest encouragement of rifle shooting among members of civilian rifle associations, it has  been decided by the Militia Council  to offer an individual prize known as  "The Dominion of Canada Prize," in  each gazetted and efficient rifle association, for competition during the  season, 1909. To be eligible for the  prize it will be necessary for the association to hold four competitions  during the season for 1909, in which  at least 40 per cent of the members  must take part. The range at which  these competitions are to take plnce  will be 200, 500 and 600 yards, and  the targets are specified in regulations  for rifle associations���seven scoring  shots at each range to count. The  prize to be awarded to the competitors  taking the highest aggregate in the  four competitions. *   "  The Phoenix Rifle association had  another enthusiatic meeting on Monday evening. The members voted in  favor of the Ross rifle, and a requisition  was sent to the department on Wednesday by Captain McRae for rifles  and ammunition. There are some  crack shots in the local association  and they will no doubt make a good  race for the Dominion prize.  Surveying About Completed  H. B. Walkem, engineer, in charge  of the locating of the route of the C.P.  R.'s branch through Wellington camp,  was in town Thuisday. The survey  party is now camped six miles north of  Central camp and expect to complete  the survey of the road in the course of  a few days. The new road will be 13^  miles in length, branching from the  main line at a point four miles from  Phoenix, running through Wellington  and Central camp to the B.C. Copper  company's Lone Star mine in Washington.  wm  *m*m;  a 1  w  "61  n  * -MM,  ���"t .^^-m  1 H 4  ft'   r- n'n ���>  A\  14-  V' '  k  gi  f  1  <'  I '    A  -,fi /"���-!  ���*i       "Vtf'  1 .-> v*fs��|  ,    "r   /^l  s  . J ni  \mt  l*i  I' <  1  I h  h  '     V*  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOENIX, b;C  SUFFEREDJ^OR YEARS  Says Pe-ru-na Completely^Restored  Health.  home where advantage is takeri of 'the  annuity. It is to explain it that-,Dr.  Samson, of Windsor, has- been commissioned by the Dominion Govern-  to spend part of his time in the field  to educate the people up to the new  Gospel of thrift a3 a provision for old  age>���Hamilton Spectator.  i���wi��a  ���o  B. C. MINING  MRW/'eflAS. GRb'S L'OUtS, Indian  'Lorette, Quebeoi Can., writes:  ��� 'For years I suffered from a disease'  that the doctors did not understand.   ^  '���One day .1 read iu tho p.apor about  your excellent remedy, Peruna. I procured Vbottle of Jtan'd took it according  to directions'. It was not long until I  'ibsVrved* change for the better.  "I can say tha't Peruna has cored me.  I could not take any nourishment �����  cept milk.  "I will at all times say a good word  for Peruna. 1 hold It in the highest  ;��ste��m.*'  ' Not only women of rank and leisure  jpraice'Peruna, but the'Industrious, useful "women engaged in manual toil  ���wou'ld not be' without Dr. Hartman'a  'world-renowned remedy..  ! The doctor has prescrHjed it for many  tboBBand women every year and he  never fails to reeelvo a, multitude of  rlet|(frs'ltke,the-Above. ''Kinking him  - fortius advice, and'especlally, for the  ' wonderful*benefits received from P��-  runa.'  The Phoenix Pioneer  '   rW Boepdary Mining Journal.  J �� * ' i  PIONEER PUBLISHING po]  " ���" i+*- * * *f *i  *.   -   (  '   *-      , *T��taosBn��. ������ c  /" ^T.^kLFBBiO [��6vf.' Mamaou.      |  '"''H'"!. ~"ll IBoiintieomeeNo. 14. 1  ' j tTaaaM/amm j Kcamgcr** residence, Mo. ij.  vi -iu 1 Tir 1 -       ---���--���.-������.���- ~���- -.  suascaxrnpaa m advamcb.  tfmw Tear..." '.- - ������������"   .His JsIofj|*fs....M��...........M..^......��.......".i.  "raise D'siitedMate��.'T��er.7ear ���..  .jMf  :3  cr r  |LABEL>  -  1909  1        .        S*  dTLJLy  ���  1909'  1  ���Sail" Msa.  Taaa. Wad.  Tka  Fr..  .Sat.  .11  ''4%   5  ���  r  6      7*   ��"  3  9  '  3  10 ',  1 n  "12  13     *4    IS  t6  17  1  "18    19  30      31      33  ,?3  34  .��  '��S    a6  47   , 38      39  ��        i  30  3i  With all" its sins' of wrong-doing tW  Laurier adminstration  has  done oie  act '-a^tWilKe^ouria "to its' credit for  , "allrtJjfnre ��n;the;future.    While the British Government is providing for CJld  ���, Age-of itsfthnftless citizens and placipg  a-perpetoal tax on the industries - wjth  1 which to pay pensions,  the Canadian  Government comes in with a new gps-  i  pel of self help and presents a < plan  -whereby every man and women dan  provide an annuity for the days when  'they are not  able to' earn a" living.  ' The British plan educates pauperism  , by providing pensions for the imprdvi-  debtj.wbo live  from  hand  to  motith  v365 .'days in the year, spending their  earnings without one thought of the  'morrow.    The Canadians plan begins  with the youth and educates fie bbys  rand'girls to-lay by even as small a sum  .'sis 2$ cents weekly so that when they  ���^e^ciitheageof 55 or 60 years the *  will have an assured income that *wll  at least make them independent of !the  ' charity of the world.    It begets a sfair ���  of pride instead of dependency.    ^Vrid  (he'larger tne  weekly Sum  saved ;tbt-  lirger'will be the annuity.    The plan  provides that no annuity less than ($50  1    a year .can be paid, and   the  highest  sum that any one can receive is $RSoo  a year.    It-depends upon the persons  themselves how touch  to  provide.be  i n een the higher and the lower amoiints.  'Once a person begins to save  money  liy opening' an account in a savings  - bank tbe habit becomes so  fixed  that  evecv .pay-day finds him or her at  hunk making the weekly deposit  be^rn saving for an annuity at the time  '    when  we 'need   a  fixed   income  and  .   everything will   be made to  ben 1 to  fhar purpose-     '  1 ��.' *'The plaw if* amply arid easily ui idttr*  stood, and tbe name of Sir Ridhard  CaKt^B** wiiB b�� �� Wiwanj; in every  On the Blue Bird at Rossland an j  eight-inch shoot of heavy grade shipping ore has been discovered and will  be developed at once.  Another rich strike is reported from  Portland Canal, near Vancouver. A  four-foot \ein of native silver ore lying  in calcite formation has been located,  pf which an assay across four feet of  the vein went $250 in silver and $60  in gold.  An evidence of the progress being  made on the Le Roi No. 2 at Rossland  is the dividend, the second this year,  of two shillings per share, which has  recently been paid. These shares,,  iissued at ��1 are now selling in the  London market at ��2 12s. 6d.  The Kootenay Belle mill, in the  Sheep creek district, since resuming  operations a month ago has produced  over'$45oo in gold. This was with  four stamps dropping. A further five  stamps commenced operations on Saturday and it is expected the Columbia  full mill of fourteen stamps will be  running shortly.  The hydarulic claims in northern  Cariboo, in the vicinity of Barkerville,  are all running in full blast. Nine  miles of a ditch and a dam eighty feet  high is being built for the Lowthtr  properties. At China creek, Nugget  Gulch, Eight Mile Lake and the Gore  mine on Antler are in operation and a  good season is expected.  The property of the Fife Mines, Ltd ,  at'Fife,'is now the scene of much activity, the force of men' having lately  Ihecn considerably increased. The  ���m'a'in drift has been extended for some  400 feet and a connection has been  made by means of an upraise to the  surface the entire rise being in ore.  The ore so far taken out has averaged  from $3 to $8 in gold, while one assay  taken recently showed values of $23.  .TheJledgebasibeen traced for a distance of t 500 feet though its average  md% has not * been^ determined. Ar-  rengeniehts to . commence" snipping  immediately to Trail, have been completed.          Rio Tlalo-Treadwell Mfae  .This property is most advantageously  located. It is within three miles of the  town of Curlew, on the Curlew Range  of mountains, surrounded by beautiful,  farms arid reached *by a good county  road. The property is composed of  seven claims which are 'traversed by  four ledges from north to south.  Three ledges are 45���� feet long within  our ground. The other one is 1500  feet. From 26 assays taken =by "Ptof."  Aughey the average values grvein is  $7.7��.' We are letting a contract to  continue, the present tunnel 400 feet,;  work to start at once. This 400 feet  will cut No. 1 Ledge at 16b 'depth and  No. 2 ledge at 125 feet depth where'  we confidently expect to get shipping'  ore. The ore is copper bearing, with  go'd, silver and, in one ledge, a. little  lead. %We are now offering stfjbbo  shares of Treasury stock for sale, .hV  three monthly payments, at z# cents,  per share. Call on or write J. E.  Martin, manager.    PROVINCIAL.  The Imperial bank will erect new  offices at Cranbrook and Fernie.  The body of Charles Diamond, who  was drowned a month ago near Moyie,  has been recovered.  Orangemen from Nelson, Trail,  j Kaslo and other points participated in  I the celebration of the battle of the  j Boyne at Rossland on Monday.  I Jack Wilson, the ten year old son  i of Judge Wilson, may receive a medal  from the Royal Humane Society for  his bravery in saving the life of a little  boy who was drowning.  A fast passenger steamer for the  Grand Trunk Pacific steamship service  to Prince Rupert is.be.ihg omit by a  No*iVote.tto Husb��nU"  Spokane, Wash., July 22'������"N��  vote, no husband'', is the. slogan of 230,  girls of marriageable age who have just  organized the College Equal Suffrage  Club of Spokane, under the presidency  of Mrs. Z: W. 'Comerford. Each has  taken a solemn vow to convert her  suitor to .women's rights before entering  upon an engagement.  The plan to enlist Cupid into the  ranks as an ally was originated by half  a dozen timid members, who, after  several conferences, persuaded Mrs.  Comerford to launch the movement  and recuit the membership to 500  before the beginning of September.   ..  This does riot mean that the methocls  used by Mr. Adam when he first met  Miss Eve are;to be barred here, but  "ithat   the   valiant  knight  must   break  ammamaaamkMMmaVaWlS&aWtataaaai'^lm^ "' -^������** '        ' aaalCa**  -DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  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.  fWrallv Located on the Bridtfe. F'frh Street,  Phoenix.  TELEPHONE   48,  ELIZABETH E. GRANT  A.T.C.M.  (PIANO)  PIANO, ORGAN, '1 HEORY, HAR.  MONV, INTERPRETATION  For   further   information   see  MiSs  Grant or I). A. ('.rant.  DRAYING  STEAM _ HEATEBr  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.  S 1 IlAXn      'TsV'*-*** ��,���-Z.*     "ami  iu i: 1 nice xvuucii   i..--1��� o        .'���������. . . ,       .     e  British shipbuilding firm on the Tyne.   customs instead of lances and gain for  The p'plice have about given.up the  chase for the bandits that held up the  C.P.R. trainat Ducks. It is believed  the robbers have made a clean get-away.  . A. G. Matheson, a man employed  at the Eddy mill near Revelstoke, is  dead, as a result of having been struck  by'tlie locomotive of No. 26 train at  thc entrance to the Columbia bridge  on Thursday'morning.  Dominion Surveyor General E.  Deville stotes the government is undertaking important work in this province at the present time. In anticipation of the.flow of imimgration over  the Rockies"' A. O. Wheeler has been  given the task of a complete survey  of the possibilities of the railway "belt  betweeu.JKJwQloops and Golden.  The provincial government and' the  C.P.R. are both making arrangements  for the care of the family of Constable  -Decker who was killed by the two  tram bandits a few weeks ago at Ash-  croft. The railway company have  already placed $2,500 in the hands of  a trust company to be used as a trust  fund for the education of the late Mr.  Decker's son.  his lady love the privilege to cast her  ballot if he is.,to have the wealth of  satisfaction in-his game of wooingi  For sale���Half interest in eight  acres adjoining Phoenix, lower town';  including residence, stable, fowl build*  ings,'fenced garden, etc.; $1200. A.  A. Mcintosh. -  Tlawi lad �� Oawion  Frank Bayiiff, a machinist by trade,  has returned-to Moyie after an absence  of several months. Most of; the time  he Wasupin arid around'Dawson.  "Dawson is about the deadest place  on earth," Mr. Bayliff says. "At least  200 men are being fed at soup kitchens  maintained by the city and the Salvation Army. -Half the buildings are un  occtlpieri, 'arid there is nope of-the excitement of former days. There are  tons of machinery lying idle, and very  little work going on aside from that  being done by .the Guggeriheims. Ten  hours constitutes a day's work, and the  union is given no recognition whatever.  Men are getting out of the country as  fast 'as they can, but it is not an easy  country to get out of. The railway!  fare is 18 cents a mile and many  haven't the price."���Leader.  The Only First-Class and Up-To  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G/N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  j�� i Heated  JAMES MARSHALL, Prop.  Ol all kinds promptly attended  to. ltupid Express and Bat^nge  Tnwisfer. Careful'Rttontinn' to all  orders. '   Phone A66.  JAHES G. HcKEOWN  CITY l\RAY  ,.   ,PHOKNIX.  All kinds d)< figfytAim1+heavy learning  promptly attended to-  Miners' dray,  ing a specialty.       r /.:  ���:.,������.'  PHONE B44  A. S. HiOt),  Fire; Life and  Qeneral Afco.,  Accldta lasaraace.  Baiik Block, Phoenix, i3.C.  mi*0m09m1amWl*+am*k<Mfnn  itwM(  mmamtt^amaMwmajtwaawwsamw'MWt^Mrawaowwarn ��� - ��� -��-  :- -.-,���  j Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  the  New Mexico produced nearly 3,000,  000 tons of coal last year, her mines  receiving a full quota of miners for the  first time in several years, owing to the  depression of the industry everywhere  in the country.  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you  free.a cake of their famous Plantol  toilet  soap, if you mention this paper.  THE  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  ESTABLISHED    IN     ISO 6.  THE MOST  PRACTICAL IVUNERS'  PAPER   IN   THE   WORLD.  As wc ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McOeath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  0.     .  ALVXtf   KRAUSE  SHAVING PARLORS  AND    BATHROOM.  Phoenix, B. C.  Next' Door to McB.e Bros.  Knob Hill Avtnuc.  .ftM  Manners Barber skip  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  ���,���'-,,.     ��� ������; o-; .baths   in  CONNECTION  KingEdward Lodge, No.3o  ;.- A. F.and A. M..;  ReguUr commuuicsUon 8 p. m. blond Thursday of each month.  Kmersent meeting* ��sc��lled;Ms��onlc  Hall. McHnle Block.  V" M.8HERBINO,  '   Secreurv.  G. D.TURNER,  '    ':��� w.u,  I.O.O.F.  3NOW8UGH LODGKNO.it  Meets every Mouday Evening   at. Miners'  irisltinK brethren cordially lavtted.  Its'  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real .practical interest to  the every-day mining man. :        :        "        : :  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  93  PER VBAR-SAMPLB  ON   REQUEST  Published every Saturday at Los Angeles, California  PALACE LIVERY STABLE  HUKDOCK McINTlKE, top..  35  Horses,   Full   Lively   Equipment.  Have taken  over the  Lumber  Yard  and will carry a  full stock.  W   J. Ruthksford, Noble l.r.iid  W. A. J-'ickakd, Kecotd; Secy.  T. A. Lovb, Per   Fin��ni Secy.  PHOENIX  �����*|r  /^  WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  Prompt Attention to   order*  tt any hoar of day or night.  (9*m*n.)   .   Phoenix, B.C.  .>  There is no better or greater index  finger to the business interests of an  up-to-date town than the advertise'  m?nls of its merchants in the local  weekly publication.  Bargain Sale  . ���   IN  ���  HATCD-MAIOT.   SHOES  Call in and Let Us show  You the Quality of Footwear we can ^Ffer You;  Shoes that will both Fit  and  Wear   :::::::::  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  T. TURANO, Pffopritfo*  the  Once  Phoenix  Beer  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  Is Recognised  by all  ac tbe  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  WHY?   Because its manufacturere employ all of their energy to  the  turning out ol a perfect Beer from the best materials Obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 2'3  % JJ  AKRIK   NO.XirJH*  Meetnin UaiouHai:  Friday evening-  Visiting    brothei*  always wel'ome  f. Mclvcr, W. P.  C UCA3TOCKKK  - W. Sec  K.o.P.L0Di,E,No.28   rPIIOENIX, B.C.-   .  Mcer�� evejv Turhomi-  Evim.va'at 7.30   -.  Sojourning  Brotheis Cordis'I j  Welcomed.'      :  GAK1)NER.��"C.  H. MCCR&CKKN  K. of a. a.  WOOD  hoenix   Brewing'   Co.  -BMBcaaartMBBBa-ajflras-an^  FOR GOOD QUALITY  AND LARGEST VARIETY OF FISH,  POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF  FRE6H AND CURED MFATS, LEAVE  YOUR   ORDER    WITH   US.    ����� ��  ��  p. burns <a ed  t  Wnolcsalc and Retail Meat Merchants  Dealers in Live Stock Pork Packers  Markets In B. C, Alberta and Yukon  PHOENIX B.C.  m  One of the most attractive features of the i9o* Spokane Interstate Ftyr was the Horse Show    ll hill be put <p  a^tin this yeair aad bfcac hktoSeA Iwtts^ mil \i�� tiiovn daUy.  STYLISH SPRING SHOES   ������ At Sensible Prices ^���^-���-: ������;������������  The man who thinks twice, those who appreciate the combination of quality and sensible prices, and who want their  dollar to oring them a dollar's worth of whatever they buy,  and besides carry lots of ple^tsqre and satisfaction, will come here;  for shoes. We are selling the kind of Shoes you like, the kind  that brings you back for more.      CLOTHING   to dress well.    The whole secret is in  T.   Brawn's.     Call and see how  It costs little  your Clothes fiom   _. ,;   would look in a good suit i of clothes  buying  good you  THOMAS BROWN,  ���RENT'S FURNISHER, PHOENIX  First-Class Fir and Taa-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wooii, double cut,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered oi Short Notice.  , Tkoie B32  Johnson & Anderson  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Land Revelry  Act in the matter of the Titleo to P'1'1  (50 bv 00 feet) of Lota 7, 8 and 9. Blork  18 (Map 60;, O'd Ironfides subdivision,  Town of Phoenix. ,-A-  WiiKKKAs: the certificatec of Title "[  Archibald E. JDibblw. I��einjf certiticn"  No .4374A and No 4502A to this aln've  hereilitamentB haw been loBtordeHtroyi-'l  arid application has been made to me  for duplicate therof.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tln't  duplicate certillcatec of title lo th��* alx've  hereditaments will bo issued at the cs*  piration of ono mnnth from the dale "'  the first publication hereof, unless in the  meantime valid objection to the contrary  ia made lo me in 'anting.  W. H? EDMONDS  ,     .'District Registrar  Land-Rej?istry Oifico,......  Kaniloops, B.C ,  /      Mav 27th. 1900. ___  DRINKS  The following Summer Drinks are no*  in stock:  Raspberry Vinegar  Rtaek Currant Wine  Orange Wine  ���Singer Ale  Btl'THE FOREMiOST t3ROc����v .   .<tft  OH0EN1X PjONEER,.r>HQENIX, $.G,  lade from  cream of tartar, derived solely  frorri grapes* All the ingredients  of Div Priced Baking Powder  are printed on the label They  are pure, healthful and proper.  When baking powders are peddled or  demonstrated, examine their labels. You  will find they are not made from cream  of tartar.   You don't want them  BEAUTIFUL  'the Sportman's Paradise and the Pleasareseekers* Resort  of the Boundary.  Baliuggf  TYJjl  1  SWA!  Spoksie Interstate Fslr  The Spokane Interstate fair this year  will-excell all previous ones and the.  weelc which follows will afford an op-  portunity'tosh'ow the mineral exhibits,  which are to; remain;, oh; display to a  large number ol engineers from all  over the; continent,, as [the American  Institute of Mining Engineers will hold  their meeting there at that time. It  has also been suggested that the  western branch of the Canadian  Min  ing Institute attend in a body. This  will add foo engineers to the number,  and with those of the American Institute will include nearly 500. If the  miners wish tohave this critical body  of men know what they have in the  mining regions of.ithis and adjoining  districts, they should not fail to get  into touch with the superintendent of  the mineral .department''of the Spokane  Interstate fair promptly. Application  for space should be made early. \  67>e B C. HOTEL  jr.   A..   BERTOIS,  CASCADE  I'ROl'KIKTOR  Accommodation for Picnic Parties.  Rigs  arid Teams for Hire at Stage Rates  FrtL JITLY Tith Regular Stage will run"between  CASCADE AND CHRISTINA LAKE, and to any  point on the Lake.   ���     *,*��      ���      *��      ��� ..  CHRISTINA LAKE HOTEL  ON  BEAUTIFUL CHRISTINA  LAKE  OLE   JOHNSON,   Peopkictob  The Best of Fishing, Boating and Bathing.     Steam Launch  . -      meets parties at foot-of lake from  Cascade.  Fifteen Minutes Walk from Fife Station  Picnic  and   Week-End   Parties   Specially Catered  INTHEGOOD OlA>  SUM M ER    TIME  ���**htii your thoughts turn to journeys out-of-doors, the lakes, the  rivers, the woods, the parks, remember proper acuouterment is essential  for "the fullest enjoyment of an outing you may take. Here are some  suggestions: :/  Fishing Tackle, Fishing Supplies, Kodaks and Photography   Supplies,  Sporting   Goods,  Books,  Magazines, Hammocks, Etc.  McRAE   BROS.  Phoenix to Seattle  AND RETURN FOR  hi ewowioii  On sale May 29th to Oct. 14th, 1909. Limit on  Tickets 15 days.  Round trip summer tourist fares to Eastern Canada  and Eastern States on sa\ajune 2nd and 3rd, July  2nd and 3rd,   Aug.   nth and 12th.    ' Final   limit  Oct. 31st.  Direct connections at Spokane for East and Coast point?.  TRY THE ORIENTAL LIMITED  Kor further tiilormiHloii, cnll or write  * W.   X.   PERKINS, Phoknik, B. C.  ���'���''��il...-  Within a few miles of Phoenix, and  of easy access by C P.R..lies   a  body  of water which has, until last year only  afforded Boundary inhabitants  a   pas  sing glimpse from the railroad between  Cascade and the Arrow lakes.   Beautiful Christina lake, running   north ; and  south for about .���13   miles, and   from  half a mile to two and a half miles  wide, is set as a jewel midst a crown of  forest-clad  mountains, the enchanting  view from almost  any   point rivalling  the   beauty   and   scenery  claimed  so  highly for more widely advertised and  exploited waters.  A short railroad journey to Cascade,  and then if the visitor   wishes���be he  armed with camera, fishing tackle or  rifle-���a drive to the foot of the lake, two  miles, where a commodious   steam or  gasoline launch will  meet   him   by ar  rangement and transfer to any   part of  the lake.   Or  the drive may   be  continued along the  eastern  side  of the  lake   over   an,...excellent  government  wagon road, part of which  takes one  through   scenery   of   a   semi-tropical  nature.and through magnificent growths  of   cedar,    pine   and   cotton   wood.  Every kind of wild  flowers  and fruit,  which are idigenbus to the district, are  found there in profusion; indeed many  flowers   which   are   strange  to   most  parts   ot   British   Columbia   are  also  found. ���    '  The drive is one of the most beautiful in the country, the road running for  a long distance under the intertwining  branches of the magnificent trees on  either side of the road forming a glor  ious canopy of "green foliage which,  with the giant palm-like ferns in profusion, the atmosphere laden with a.  subtle perfume seldom experienced in  this country, gives the whole a sense  of one's bein^ in a semi-tropical land.  This wagon road is good to the head  of the lake, and the scenery all the way  is of ever varying beauty.  On the eastern side of the lake pro  minent # points are Le Valley Point,  Jackson's Cove, English' Cove resort,  English Point, and Texas Point.- On  the western side Lighthouse Point  stands fojrth a high, promontory of rock  with a single "rar^eipihe tiee growing on  the very edge of the" precipice, towering up veritably as a lighthouse���henct:  the name of the point.  The waters of the lake are fed by  numerous mountain creeks, in all of  which the speckled beauties may be  caught in large quantities, even by the  veriest tyro at the piscatorial art. Notable creeks are Sutherland, McRae and  Texas, on the eastern side, and Sand-  ner creek at the head of the lake. It  is an open question by many which  are the best fishing points on Christina  lake, but the locals will tell you that  for the "mountain lake trout," up to 9  and to pounds, the upper part of the  lake is best, while many are caught of  6 to 8 pounds south of English point.  Some few years ago the lake was  stocked with black bass by the government authorities,"arid although, undoubtedly the young trout in the lake  have suffered to a large extent numerically there are still plenty of trout to  be had in the lake.  Take your one-inch troll up towards  che head of the lake on the eastern  side in the early hours of daylight, and  it will be surprising if you do not get a  couple or more beauties. If you are  not tired, come down the lake on the  western shore, close in, and fix a two-  spoon small Tacoma bait, and when  you troll easy off the rocky shore you  may at any moment expect the electric-  like twinge of a black bass strike, and,  if you be careful, a deep-bodied beauty  weighing anything up to three pounds  will be your reward. The writer has  caught five of these in half an hour's  time in the early morning off the  western shore.  The lake is tremendously deep and  the "kokanee" trout seem to inhabit  the extreme depths during the warm  weather, and at the end of September,  and sometimes earlier, they skim along  near the surface in thousands, and art:  taken in large quantities by those who  st-iy on the lake for a late season.  Bear and dear are seen on the shores  of the lake almost every day just now,  and in the season appointed, a good  bag of grouse can be obtained almost  anywhere around the lake shores.  About three miles along the road  from the foot of the lake, Christina lake  hotel is located, owned by Mr. Oie  Johnson. Mr. Johnson has built a  fine hotel on what is known as Le  Valle Point. Right at the point,  shaded   with   giant  cotton wood and  I pines,   he  has   built   a   commodious  dancing pavilion, in which devotees of I  the terpsychorean art almost nightly  trip the light fantastic toe. At this  point there is also a fine steam launch  at the service of visitors to the lake,  also row boats and, fishing tackle if  required. Close to the hotel and on  Mr, Johnson's land are numerous admirable spots for camping. There are  large tents on the ground, and streams  of cold, crystal water close at hand.  Host Johnson is always glad to hear  from intending campers. Christina  lake hotel is but 15 to 20 minutes  easy walking from  Fife station on;the  C.P.R.  After rounding Le Valle Point the  road passes Jackson's Cove, where  many prominent Boundary people have  this year erected beautiful bungalows  at the water's edge/: Mr. Hodges, of  the Granby company, has built probably the prettiest on the lake, while  perhaps more pretentious, the Phoenix  City Boating and Fishing club, have  built a large club house, where, every  week end, the members from Phderiix  and Grand Forks hie themselves to  enjoy,the change ;from the ore bins  and smelter furnaces to the pleasures  of their own launch;*and the numerous  boats which they possess. ;.  Mr. Hodges and family have already  taken up their, summer residence in  this beautiful cove, and with their own  launch arid row boats entertain quite  largely. Mr. Ernest lane also has a  fine launch on the lake; indeed, with]  six gasoline launches and two steam  launches on the lake quite a rivalry  exists as to which is the fastest, so  much so that there is talk of a regatta  being held in the near future to decide  this question among others.  In close proximity to the club Mr.  Crossen of Grand Forks has built a  large house, he intending it as a permanent residence.  Next to these". Mr. J. A. Bertois of Cascade is building a bungalow  and boat house. Quite a colony of  summer residences is springing up on  the east side of the lake and there are  still lots having a lake frontage available  for purchase���and there is no more  charming spot jn British .Columbia  than where these several summer residences have been builtj nestling among  the shady pines and cedars.  Incidentally, J. A. Bertois of Cascade and E. Spraggett of Grand Forks,  have just built a 24-foot launch, and  installed a 12-rhorse , power gasoline  engine of which they expect great  things in the matter of speed.  A little further up the lake between  Jackson's Cove and English Point is  English Cove resort, which may easily  be reached from Christena station on  the C.P.R. Here J. W. Spaulding has  established himself in a fine new hotel.  In connection with the hotel is a  post office and store and from the  latter the campers and ranchers along  the lake can obtain anything needed  which any city store carries. Mr.  Spaulding has a fine launch and a  number of new row boats arid canoes  for the use of visitors. McRae creek,  noted for its abundant yielding of  speckled brook trout, is reached easiest  from this point.  Rounding English point a wide  stretch of the lake comes into view and  on the near shore Mr. Gilpin, customs  officer at Grand Forks, is building a  summer residence. Texas Point, im-  mediatly north, has been occupied for  the past two or three years by several  English families, who are clearing the  land for the purpose of fruit growing,  whilst in the immediate vicinity Major  Stewart, late of the Gordon Highlanders,  has only last week completed the purchase of 135 acres of fine land, of  which he intends to clear 35 acres and  plant in fruit trees this fall, besides  building, a permanent residence, on the  estate.  An effort is being made to induce  the C.P.R. to grant week-end rates to  all stations adjacent to the lake, as this  beautiful stretch of water is becoming  immensely popular as a"summer resort  and it is safe to say that its popularity  will greatly increase as the public get  to know more of it.  |ibuiwJ��RV;&k��bTEN  Shipments *nit Snieli^ite^tl/Por Yt*r '��<.���'';  Ore shipments, from the various";  mines of Boundary arid Kootenay,land'  the'receipts of ore at the smelters 01  Southeastern British Columbia for last  w"e'fc< and for 1909 to date are as:  follows:., :,' .,. ���...., ,....,  '    SHIPMENTS.      >    WEBK.  Boundary  ��7.204  Rossland    :   .   4-383  East Columbia River..;4i��,9S  YEAR.  585,628  125,840  98,065  Total ...27,772  SMELTKR    RECEIPTS���  Granby.  i5,3��7  B.C. Copper Co...        Trail.. ..... ..... 7,8 ��� ���  Northport  ... .;. .  709.533  500,61?  '40,505  '94.93*  l2,*/6l  .'!V>f��1  ��3."8    847.342  rKti��,.''<w��*i'.cww':,  the jfS&iteti'-  \Lm..^&^w!',  stronger  twin it*  we��k��t link, the body  no stronger than its  weakest, organ.   If there is wealtoevs  of statB2te*Ji, ���Mitlwi ivatai^tMfeiJfa a  weak link in the ohain of life which 0mysnap at any time.   Often this so-called  ���"weakness" is caused by lack of n'tftriridn, tiio nSsoU of 'WeakfSets or 'disease  tjtf the stomach and other organs of digct^n il^d  nutrition. ��� 1 Disease* end  ;: ^Kb-cs^ brfaha are cured by the Use of<Dr.  Pieree'B Golden "Medical Discovery.   "When the Weak or diseased stomach is  . cured, 'diseases of other organs which '-laem'r&iabtt from the Wcamcta but which  have their origin ia a diseased conditio* of 'the atonwWh 'tutd'-'V-\A ���������'���'  "- < - - >  ���char organs  of digestion an^ "ntaltritida, are cured  also..    ;  A'.lriaivm^iialdM  ��� .��� Taka taX* i}tta^p^*mait>aaT*>at "Dfeeor* .,'  ��������� ���, art" aaaJyyamiMmir'tawa-a.atMVsmi'aiiai'yt-y'ljy  ������a.'.' :��*������*?"^pfw*���**���.':'..  Given A-waYj������Dr. Pieroe's Common Sense Medical Adviser,  new 'revised Bditioo, is 6ent7>����btt receipt of slairips to pay  expense of mailing ��M/.y. Serid 31'one-cent stamps for the  book in paper covers, or 50 sump*.for the cloth-boiiad voi-  "Hiirie. ' AddireM'Dnfc. Y^'Weiri*,' BuBWo,.^..^ .;^^  A'-'i n":'y  SUNLIGHT  ' SOAPr  The finest fabric ia  not too delicate to  be Mfely washed with  Sunlight Soap. Whan  other soaps have Injured  your linens  ain'd larded  the .coloured  things, r'e-  ntembcr the  word Sun-  llgbtv  Pfeatali felrwar TlaWtaWe.  C. P.   R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 1.25 p.m.  Arrives    ..      ....;..-.     5.10 p.m  GREAT NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane ..        ..    9.00 a.m.  Arrives    .. ..      ���'"..'    5.00 p.m.  -THE  ?'V-/'\'|v'i'?.^:;;|{''i,'^:  [M  (Employs   a system  which  makes   it ,';  '���A-.? it easy for its out-of-town depositors      ^.     ;ir  to   open     accounts    and    transact  r business   by  'mail   with   any  of  its  Jl���EifilTY WiE 5KANCB JfFlCES   51  OWAILED INPOR*HATI0N  FURNISHED ON  REQUEST.  Land Certificate for Sale  For sale; MAN OR WOMAN���My  South  African  Veteran Bounty Land  Certificate,  issued by the  Department  of the Interior, Ottawa; good for 320  acres of any Dominion Land open for  entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Mani  toha.    Any person over the age of 18  years, man or woman, can acquire  this  land with this certificate.   For immediate sale, $800.   Write or wire  L. Ei Telford,  131 Shriter'Streefe:  Toronto, Ontario.]  PININGRQOM FURNTOIp  CAN/VDIAN  R. it f V R N  We have all kinds of up-to-date Furniture in. this line, such as  SIDEBOARDS, BUFFAS, CHINA CLOSETS, EXTENSION  TABLES, round and square; all kinds and styles of Dining Chairs  ���a new shipment just in.  Have you seen our.'GO CARTS, if not, you should as they are  up-to-date.  PICTURE FRAMING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY  G. F. EDWi\RRS, Ironsides Awnu-e  FROM  We are giving Bargains in all lines of FRUiT  -"-Cherries, Oranges, Leiitons, Watermeloiis,  Bananas, etc.  ICK  CREAJVI PINTS   AND   QUARTS ���  Ellis' Store  *ToP Hot to Worry  $2Q.SO  Tickets on sale daily Slay/2flfe to Oct.  14th. Final return limit 15 days.  Corresponding fares from other points.  Tickets at BEDTJCED RA,T$8 will also  be on sale on  JUNE 2nd an* 3rd  JULY 2nd and 3rd  AUG. nth and J2th  Don't worry over tbe wash tub theee hot clays, let us do your washing.  Phone A10, RECO LAUNDRY; we will call for your washing, and vrben  we return your linen it is immaculate���it's CLEA.N clear through.  1  GIVE US A  TRIAL ORDER  Reco Laundry  Here's a Hint!  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY BRAND, is  the basis of a tempting meal. It makes everything taste better. Try it���  and you'll always buy it.    All milk is aereated before being sold.  W. A. MCKAY & SONS,  Dklivkked to All Parts of thk City  ���TO  Eastern Destinations  in Canada and the United States with  choice of routes and final return limit of  Oct. 81st.  For full particulars apply to  J. E. CARTER, J- E. PROCTOR,  Agent. Phoenla. B.C.        D.F.A..Cslgmry. Alts.  WANTED   NOW  A reliable party to act as agent and  salesman in Phoenix and surrounding  district for the sale of hardy Ontario  grown fruit and ornamental trees.  Good pay weekly. Exclusive territory.  As we guarantee delivery of first grade  stock in good condition our agents  have every chance of doihg,a splendid  business.     Write now.  Pelham Nursery Co.,  TORONTO,  ONT.  N.B.-Salesman  book order*  for Fall delivery  from now on.  FIRB,      UH"  AND  ACCIDENT.  D. J. iVlathe*sori  3n0urance agent  HDKl.IT Y     BONDS. ' " PLATS    GLASS  CO.VIM1SSIONBR    FOR    TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOBNIX,_RC.  Accidents are constantly occurring  in the most unexpected ways. However careful you may be you cannot  avoid them. Insure yourself or your  family, or your property, against loss  by fire, accident or sickness. D. J.  Matheson represents the best companies.  WHEN YGU WANT PRINTING DONE, you  want it done properly. To do it properly you must  have experienced men. The Phoenix Pioneer  has the men, the material and the machinery to do  the work. Send us your next order for printing���  no order too big, none too small. We do everything in printing, and will give  you  satisfaction.  PHOENIX PIONEER  ��3���  I' Wim4 wm.  'mwtirmi  ���mm  WM0M  ���fclpif  wmm  [y.'tWI��^>  i'ia&w  ���M,t%m*M  ���r ftmm  '������y^'.- -A. ������'"  i-*l  A'h MtAtm  a immm*  ���ZAmAAm  j*jf:-.-���' ?'s*'J3g"|!;  ���'}A[^r  t:  :<::-���'^:    ... ���an  |i  ; i  i>K  i  m  m  -J '*  H  ��� M v  <���$' 'i"  it1, *!'  TO  <T�� i��'1   �����  If j [  lite i  Si  "Mi  f|"  li  I  I  Jl  I  ���*  m  ml  ���if'',';  ; 4.) ?  i.iK<: .-I  fete**  t  '*��  If  Si  1  [���In  li  it  If  ip  if?��  mi  m f  14  &  !!���'  w  0~*m  ill <;  :l  V*<\yA    I    UilxiS   a       4rjD��-��^l   A �����***>.-arcsi   OpBiTk^rBiv   SE  The Mew J&litioii of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1909, contains  1600 pages, with nearly 50 per ceut.  more matter than tbe preceding edition,  Tho chapters with mine descriptions and  on statistics have been carefully revised  and the balk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 26 chapters.  Covering Copper HiBtory, Geology,  Geography, ��� Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Slillinjj, Leaching,; Smelting,  Refinina. Brands, Grades. Impurities,  Alloys, Ubbb, Substitute--, Terminology,  Deposits by DiBtrict<*. States, Countnea  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Hta  tistic8 of Production, Consumption, Imports,   Exports,   Finances,,  Dividends,  ���fitjC  " The Copper Handbook" is eoncededly  World's Standard Reference  Book On Gopper.  ' The Copper Handbook contains, in  ���this new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlatged edition,  about 60 per cent, more matter than the  .Bible���though not necessarilv a better  In and Around Phoenix  HR1KF  TOPICS  OK   LOCAL,  AND  QEHERA1  ^m INTEREST TO   PHOENICIANS. -^  J. McCreath ol Greenwood was in  town Monday.  Tanglefoot and fly poison at pads  Love's drug store.  The Pioneer makes a specialty of  commercial printing.  James McArdle of Grand Forks was  iu the city Thursday. I  T. O. Ellis went to Spokane yesterday on a short business trip.  W. B. Cochiane, barrister of Grand  Forks, was in town yesterday.  Cal. Mullan has leturned from an  extended trip to the prairie provinces.  ��' 'A number of canary birds for sale;  apply to Mrs. W. A. McKay, PhoeniK  Dairy. ,   '  -   Mrs. John Tait leaves next week on  an extended visit to her  former home  i1 book because of its greater bulk.    It is    ���filled with FACTS of vital imporanoe to ~  G|asEOW, Scotland,  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  I THE M ETALL.UBGIST"  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  I    PRICE is $6 in buckram with gilt top,  ���or (7.60 in genuine fall library morocco.  TERMS are the most liberal.   Send  no money,  but order  the book sent to  you, all carriage charges prepaid on one  week's-approval, to be returned if un-  ' satisfactory, or'paid for if it salts. ^Can  t you afford not to see the book and judge  for vourself of its vnlae to you? i, ,  >    WRITE NOW to the editor and pub-  ' Jisher, \ <  <   Horace J. Steven  $6?' Shblden* Buildi ng, -Houghton  Mich.. .U.S.A.  and her  on a few  CWUMiWAN C��lUtt.  Founded 18��S-rln(N>rporated 1883. >7  NEW WE8TMINSTER. B.C.  Provide! a Christian home tor students'bf both uxei at' moderate rates.  Has a'preparatory claas for junior students,' doing 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 Coarse and givee  Diplomas. / Gives a liberal education in  its C6llegiate,Cour8e and in' the Ladies'  Coarse for M.E.L. and M.L.A. 1 In Uni-  verqityjWork, can take students through  - th^e/coniplete Arts Coarse, and .the, de-  /'rree7of''"B.'Ai,can'be obtained, from Toronto "Dniversity, which' the' college' is in  ,:��� hit affiliation.  For .foUer information and terms write  ... Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A., B.D.,Pr.nci��  f    ��*l:OT R��v. J.^V. Bow��>)l.  Bnmsr,  Mrs. (Dr.) \V. H. Dickson  little daughter left Thursday  weeks visit at the coast.  D. Patterson went to Westbridge on  Wednesday to inspect progress on his  ranching property there.  Mrs. Danny Deane and children  went to Grand Forks on Tuesday to  spend a few days with friends.  "' Mrs: George' Elkins and' children  left, on Wednesday on an extended  visit to her parents near Portland, Ore.  Woodland & Co., druggists, Grand  Forks, which W. A. Thrasher, formerly ( _  of Phoenix is a partner, have purchased  on me'for figures. r Phone A '44.    C  Barrister Black of Greenwood was  in town on Thursday.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. [.Gardner.  Ernest Millai, lawyer of Grand  Forks was in town on Thursday.  Lawrence McKelvey left Tuesday on  a trip to Seattle, Vancouver and other  coast cities.  Log cabin and lot for sale, on Spion  Kop; four large rooms. Half dowr,  rest on time; see J. O. Mellgren,  Spion Kop."  James ��� Wright,, for many years a  resident of Phoenix, left Wednesday  morning for Cleveland, Ohio,* to reside  with his brother. <  Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rowe returned  to Phoenix on Saturday after having  resided at * the Nickel Plate, Hedley,  for several months.  Miss Kate McKenzie of the Nelson  general hospital, who has been on a  visit to. her parents here, returned to  Nelson,on Tuesday.  For sale���I have a' nice three  roomed cottage, close in, for sale cheap.  Terms will be made with the right  person.   >J.'L. Martin.  Ifyou are thinking of building or  require building material of any' kind  ���lumber,-shingles, lime,  brick���call  PHOENIX jMOHEER, PHOENIX, B.C.  Hospital Dance  Following is a statement of the receipts and expenditures in connection  with Ihe hospital dance given  by the  Phoenix Ladies of the Maccabees :  RECEIPTS  Tickets sold by ladies ;���' 168.00  Tickets sold at door  20.00  Receipts of supper   5"-5��  Receipts lemonade.  6.70  Total...... ;. .......  246.20  EXPENDITURES     ,  Hall rent.....  29.00  Music.  ....  20.00  Printing, etc...  12.00  Miscellaneous.  20.80  Total expense '..'...     72.80  Cash turned oyer to hospital.'.   156.40  Tickets to be collected.........   17.00  Total.  .   246.26  H. liter ! A. Ross.  the stationery business of W  & Co. of the same city. ' . !     \Vm- Spier of Sherbrooke, Quebec,  The lady superintendenfofthePhoe- inspector of the Eastern Townships  nix general hospital -.requests the Pio- bank, and Manager A. B. Hood of the  neer to thank Mrs.vL. ,].-, Stalls���-Mrs. Grand Forks branch were in the city  Dunn and T. Bean for donations of*on Thursday.  fresh fruit to the hospital. Miss Elizabeth Gurley Flynn of New!  York addressed a large audience in the  Harry Matthews, who has been connected with Birnie's hardware store for  some years, left Tuesday to investigate  the possibilities of ��� Prince Rupert,  .where he will probably locate.  The social given by the Ladies' Aid  in the Presbyterian church on Thursday evening passed off very successfully,  there being a,good attendance. Ice  cream and cake was served'aiid an enjoyable program rendered.  Stewart McGuire and Mrs. ,Ewing  were summoned to Revelstoke on Sat-1 to advance the prices of the teas to,the  urday through 'the death' of their I g.r��cer. Consequently the consumers  brother-in-law, Alexander Dewar, rwh'o wil1 h"ve to pay a correspondingly in  was killed in an accident on the C.P. creased price, but undoubtedly they  R. near Rogers'Pass.. Deceased leaves I ����������� be-wijhng to do-this in order to  a y6ung wife and daughter. &t the finest tea the world produces.  opera house on ' Tuesday evening.  Miss Flynn is a ��� fluent and pleasing  speaker and is touring the west in the  interests of the Industrial Workers - of  the World. She has a great volume;  of information in connection with the  progress of unionism.  ' Owing to the steadily increasing  cost of fine Ceylon teas such as are  sold to the public under the brand  "Salada," it has been found necessary  The following purchased tickets from  the committee, 17 of which remain uncollected:  .,:  John Mack, H Bohonas, F Green. J  Pria, Fred Karazofsky S Drapin; P  Nowark, J Dalgar, Miles, G Kay, T  A Love, W Prendergrast, L McKelvey,  Mr Smith. J Robertson, W Fraser, J  Wier, A T Turano, J Lewis, G R Beres-  ford, R Brown, J McKellar, G A Hen-  nessy, G Ferrio, AW Clark, Lorney,  J Swanson, S Smith, C McKay, H  McKay, W S Macy, (2) OB Smith, (2)  C Hagen, E P Shea, S McGuire, J Love  W Nicholson, W Parker, H. Hartley,  J Tibbish, G Ellis, A Peterson, A O.  Johnson, W G McKenzie, C H Hunter (2), R Clark,; D Darraugh, F E  Brine, G Hewson, J Hartman, A E  Evelyn, G Rogers, J Appleby, J L  Martin, AS Hood, W Williams, E A  Black, C McAstocker, L Simms, G H  Corbet, DMcInnis, M Mclntyre,1 J W  Hannam; S Boyce, J Dewar, J Nelson,  Dr Dickson, E Lundemo, D Peterson,  C Anderson, J Anderson, W Ross, H  McDonald, XV McGillivray, J Marshall,  H W Heidman, J Van Wagner, A D  McKenzie, H Hazelwood, F McDonald, A McRae, A Crows, J O Ellis,  T Brown. W H Bambury, J Mclnnis,  W, Oxley, E Hart, R S Mytton, D J  Matheson, R H McCr'acken, Dr. McLean, J A Hartley, W Murray, A  Chishblm, J Bush, W X Perkins, J G  McKeown, J Tngram, J McKenzie, T  A Miller, W X. McDonald, W D Wil-  liams, J A Boyd, G M Campbell, M.  Cranley, F W Frederich, A White, F  Burbun, P Boyles, J Burby, D Martin,  C Davidson, C H Park G Work, W  H Cu'rley. T Pilkington, J A McGuire,  J McKenzie, M McHale, A McDonald,  H Matthews, P Burns & Co., (2), V  M Sherbino, Dr Simmons, W H McLaughlin, G Pratt, C H Cook, W  Louttit, P Job, J Letty, C Biesel, A  Miller, A McLeod, D Matheson, J E  Carter, A BineVrj Reed, D McPher-  son, G  H  McNicol,   P   Poulton,   A  ORDER YOUR SATURDAY GROCERIES  AT  MORRIN, THOMPSON &  S  ^  SOME NEW THINGS TODAY:  EIPE APRICOTS,  ripe peaches,  ?���'. ripe plums,  canteloupes.  watermelons!  string beans,  NEW POTATOES  RIPE TOMATOES  Place your STRAWBERRY PRESERVING ORDER now, or you may be disappointed.  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO'S.  Soderstrom, W Sullivan, A Hillier, W  H Docksteader, J J Strutzel, W Con-;  nolly, A Sanders, J EVThompson,- D.  McDonald, C H Reeves, C Kelly, W.  B McAullie, J McLaughlin, T. Jones,  J McNeil, M D McLeod, S Swanson,  G Harton, Chas Russell, C J Russell,  G Clerf, A Gillis, J Hall.  E. E. Gibson of the West Kootenay  Power and Light Co.,' Grand Forks,  was in the city yesterday. Mr. Gibson  has just purchased a 26-horse power  motoi car but considers the Phoenix  hill too heavy a grind for a machine.  The Pioneer is in receipt of a copy  of the Press published at Granum, Alberta, by J. M. Millar and A. M.  Davidson, recently of the Greenwood  Times. The Granum Press is a new  venture, but it has a healthy, progressive  appearance, and will no doubt thrive  under the management of the ex-Boundary journalists.  Subscribe for the Pioneer and get  the latest Boundary news.  There's two. things to consider in  printing������material and workmanship  ���get both and you get satisfaction at  the Pioneer. .  .  EXQUISITE PERFUMES  Merry Widow���Peter Pan���Ideal Orchids  These three lines are daily proving the most vopular  odors that we have in stock���delicate, but ric.h in fragrance.  Throughout our carefully chosen lines of Exquisite Perfumes every odor possesses a delightful fragrance. They  are products of famous American and European manufacturers.  :    :     :     :     ;     ;     :     ;     ;     .���     ;     ;     ;     ;     ;     .-  Price 50c. to $1.25 per ounce  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  ���X. fll  SI  we have only a few more days in which to clear out he BALANCE OF OUR  BIG STOCK.        . . .      A^OTHEK Sid ClT has Deen made In trices  JJ   ii-  S '���  A CHANCE TO GET THE BIGGEST VALUE FOR  YOUR   MONEY  EVER   OFFERED   IN PHOENIX  C3  Goods Must tw&  ^arciless of Cost  NOTE SOME OF THE BARGAINS:  CARPET SQUARES, $12.5�� for $10: $8 for $6: $22.50 for $15: $18.00 for $13.00  NOTE SOME OF THE BARGAINS  Dry    Goods.  Department  Flannelettes  Prints        ...  Dress Ginghams  Blue Duck  LADIES'  WHITE   WEAR  AT  VERY LOW  PRICES  ALL LINES  DRESS GOODS AT'BIG REDUCTIONS  Mouse Furnishi  All Linen Towels from -  Table I/inen  Cretonnes      -    .   -  Table Oil Cloth    -  Carpet Squares  Chenille Curtains  Tapestry   ���   -        -  Men's and Boys'  Clothing  Regular   Sale Price  MenVTw~ee-rSuits"-~$r5 ".~$'1'0-  Boys' Suits, from    - $2.50  Overalls" and Jumpers 90 cents  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FOR LADIES',   GENT'S  AND CHILDREN AT  6REATLV REDUCED  PRICES  Boots and  Shoes  Leckie's Mining      BISj?r  Boots      -      - $7&$7.50  Leckie's Mining  Boots     -      -  Ames-Holden   -  McCready  Sale  Price  54.50 $3.50  4.50 3.50  4.50     3.00  Trunks and  tS>*uit  Cases  Trunks -  Trunks. -  Trunks -  Suit Cases  Suit Cases  Regular  Price  $9.50  11.00  15.00  8.50  11.50  Sale  Price  $6.00  7;00  .9.00  6.50  8.50  Hats, CapSe Shirts  and Neckwear  at the Very Lowest Prloes  Men's All-Wool Underwear, Bighorn Brand  Men' s All-Wppl Underwear, Penman's Black  All Other Lines Reduced in Proportion to Quality.  $2.50  Suit.  $2.00  rA-A'l', r  WE CANNOT GIVE PRICES ON EVERY ARTICLE.  COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.  ii. .,*-  >fsi.  **���<%  11    /'ill   rfV ^t  DOMINION  AVENUE, LOWER TOWN, PHOENIX  A,-  tiivUjimtj  jir/'.n.ii '^^i.rvuj.i.%17^  ..JiSSKS


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