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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 17, 1911

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'   (���,' ,)    V* '���  ��'���        '*  ' '    '    '    '    ''' .-���'������������ '��   ��     .* ���    ������ <J     '     ���        A "�����'*"���   i "    '     -    ���      **���-':'���?  ^���V^'.j:./:^  report of :ft he" "^^ll^Or^inion  ������>      **���     -������������������   -j   -'   n' '  .���-���' ,-:'iV .-'���'';..'-'-. '.u,/   '  ' " "*'     *        '*i  Gopper3company''for \the, year/Tending March   31, 1911,.has- just been  issued,   showing   a inet ^deficit of,  $106,473 combared^ with a deficit ofj  $38,819 in the' previous fiscal year.  The cash   on  hand   amounted" to  ISlSmr*^  ��-*viJ�� ���.l..���:1'^',   ,'* -'; ���-'-���, w;K-'.\.,\--.\y:-.:.:^.-.    -���,-.-,-. ..O. ;���.���'->"������' '-, "'   "    -.;���   -. -   *' ������'���'- :t    * ���' '.' ���", -    ��� '���'  takefn  dnri  the period.^  Ex-;  $18#Y44Q,.��'^'j'Si^?^^^^ a��,\v---"�� .-.r'-Asi" ^jfrmbpxtfmr  ^�� k nnwpr?  nrw��r��fr��r��n��c  Tnfe company produced 1,611,880  pounds of copper, 122,430 ounces of  silvejp and 3,828 ounces of gold from  the treatment of 90,858 wet tonjs o]?.  ore dr 88,61^ dry tons. Tlie gross  valuf of the product||as $2|f ,52k'  The company re-entered   tnfe pro-  ducirig ra  -_����-_ -.*����� -  ^ce^i^^work:If' hasv> been completed,  and-^mining costs are now upon a  normal basis. '   -'���<���* '--  'Arrangements were made with  the West'Kootenay Power company  for the'necessary supply of. electric  isn^jG^  suited '��in^a (production ��6f ;952r284  if'-fc-*-Si  ppundstbf *opp^  wlve'rfan^^   ���.y.yy-y���:.7 ',:'���-���'���.' v.. .:;.',^'���.:::.���.*.:.::,i:*>,;��-��� j.;:.V:  iiiiiiM  ':-.T)>   JK-'r-h  ^:-'^  Shareholders Exercised Option  ill*-:  :-'!i  . ''.'���i"'1?*-  fi-'��; "-.���.'/-;  V  of several  TOe Ne>P  cent* per  pound   for 'its copper,"54  centslper ounce! forL��snlueR>��andl>$20  per qiinee for gold:,, ���' * ^     \  Th>^^ba^]apce>;^fieet^ho^^that��  power; operations were begun June  13, 1910,' and shipments ^Cr^jieflcecl  Auguet 11, since' which; time they^'  have-been CQBtinuous^to ithe British  Collimbia Copper company smelter|  .the ore beiner purchased^ b^e^hat  company, upon a basis otlpayinent  V1**' &.<   W&    r'!' .' &> 1  r��tipj  m  CO  last  the  ducuon   ror   tn^m^in^^ap^^ ,-^^p.  in March.     Production Kinadetail for *^ji^'nif^^'-^  ' '..'::���'���' :>"'���-'.���:'<-.������"���?";-';'���',-;'.,v-.-l'-''.'.-*.-.".'.v'::,;.--;v;v'���,������;:;'''��� '-...���:? .:.^rFwWtWWVi*^{'f*?A*->t/i-.v;A;r,^  four months-pi^-t^i^foll^^^g?^^' ^''?v''":v--'v":-s';-'V{----::-''���''v,!'^^  ' Eeb. 767,ffl$080^^^  March ���*��80^^4^f^|6^#f^2|^i4?  April        9^iKfSlfri^i|^ll;2i  Total ' '%$^^:Bl^^M2&  '.-"yfev.  $1,250,200   capital^ stock: of the^  $1,750,000  a^thoniei<hasvbeen is-"  �����-*l*-rjSS-SJ*i.<  sued, -^hlle"^f tfi^^5��>7C)0()^^Win-'  come bonds $2OO*hasriJeea<c0iivert-  ed into stock at par. ;:;. ^..   V. -? " ,  Activities   were   directed   pnnci-  * vt.  pally  to( the   development   of-the"  Rawhide and Athelstah mines, from'  which  were   extracted 90,000  tons  of ore, of which over  30^00^ ton's  consisted mostly of* waste left in 'the'  mines .during former dperaticrns and  about an equal tonnage in very low'  grade   ores.      These . mines   have,  with the end of the fiscal year, just  reached the stage of  normal operation,    when    reasonably   profitable  results may be henceforth expected.  The   development   work   thus   far  done in fthV Rawhide   mine   admits  y ' ~ i" "i  ofra considerable   reduction in miqrT  ing costs hereafter.  The company acquired $16,150  par value of its bonds, which are  now in its treasury. While ��� no income was available for the payment  of, bond interest duringv;the year,  the directors believe that,'the operations for the coming \ year, under  normal conditions, will; result in  sufficient income to provide for its  payment. >.,;  f. ,,1*  It is intended now to diamond  drill and thoroughly explore the  Montezuma and Sunset mines in-the  investment.  . ,        ,:A vi   -   /   i  V J,  - The iVthelstan' mine-adjoins >the  Wellington mine .and is arranged^  to deliver  the��ore, into ,an k unuse<|<  |th^meaiis of:: outlet an4 reserving  ^.ftprjLionj^ofi? the^ British Columbia  ^ppen.cpmpany^^re bunkers for  ^hip^xientit #i&^\##\ ,  i^Worki wa^hsiajTGed  July>, .1910;  butip December the freezing of ore  J^ jtransit ^fr^m^^ the ,mine workings  ^p-^m tortbf^ ^endVed it*ad"  visable"/ to discontinue operations  dunner the severe weather, and-  work was  not  resumed, therefore,  this 'weeM^f^foWslW'^  ��*.<  128;   We1ung^|^7pg||In3u^  'fi*?:  ^"^jj  the^Pia^o^^^-^inei^^Bci^  " "��� t--i���  ---���'���- - --���^-s^^^'^ss^  grounds^tomorrp w,  ��- ��� '*; tt>y s^ir.f^-&yy^f  ->-*  'jHf  SI   -ii^--s��is��.  examinati'  *M  i^rur^nei^;,;r/isr^..;>yh:v:v'/;i^;'w';;':^  ^-.:"./iutr-i-;*.'^i:R.'j'^.- .'������#TiflKV-.i:"-..i-'.','V:<-,-���--���- - ..-:-'���>������. ,. ������.._,.-'���/^.���?' '������.-.���������.���, f'.^'.i'.'&i  i^/wil^#e; jftrnfethevow  bu  '���*'^^^P^<^^#5||fe*^  until MarchJ20,j��il. and shipments  *    J/,.*    -���'   ;,"J*   ^<i'S   *   -   ' ,      ,        - f  upon a small scale started about the  end of the fiscal year.,  ..r-.-j u.ft    ?*;t: j ,vr��if^  ^   ,      ' :���* :���.   S. H. & E; F; Elect Oifificers.x  The following officers were elect-  ed at the last meeting-of tne Scandinavian Aid and Fellow��hip-4ioeieiy-  K6Tdfe47^: ^.   " '  r<'?^Pfesideht, John Florin; Vice Pres.  "Pet^1- Hansen; Rec. Sec, Louis  Carlson; Fin. Sec, Emil Carlson;  Treas., Albin Almstrom; Marshal,  Richard Elmgren; Chapl., Aug.  Akerlund: Inside, Guard, Ole Nor-  din; Outside . Guard, Frans Swan-  son; Trustee, John E^ Anderson.  Installation July-2nd.   ~   '^ -������ ���;.������,��� ;  Taken to Hospital.  Tommy  Richards   was  taken  to  the hospital Tuesday suffering from  stomach trouble.    He  has been in  >cpectation  that  they will   develop U1  healtfi   for   some time, but  has  as   substantially   producing properties.  The condition of the1. Rawhide  mine when operations' were started  were stated as* such tbat~ a new  scheme of development was necessary upon JineSi previously discus-  sussecl and  agreed upon   with  the  worked every day until recently,  when he was compelled to give up  his employment as . night watchman  at the Granby. ;His^ friends feand  acquaintenances hope for,his^speedy  recovery.  ........S,:.'...l.,......y....,:.:.,...,... >..,..:.���  ^4* ���**/t'��^ '*ih.i .-;^>  K, of P.'s Elect Officers.  ,i.4^y'M  T&s-foilowihg^blEficWs were elet|^  j *i   *^tJiJV."i-':':'** i'^iitojfL.- t'^ltJ^'^UJt^*^  ed in .'the   local lodge,., A Knights of  __     _ !_:������������ *���:'-���'    -'*'    .*^��J��'M'-*��'^-��* yl*j*y  .p!a3��dHtwo^|ga^sI^^pr^^  winning- 'o^eWan^^io^ing^ne^'^^  two teams are pretty even^^ni*atcfe-f interests  pected.     -All 'lovers  of  tne^ game  should come but Sunday -and give;  oh   the  initial* rgame   on  thje;v-Jocak  gr^jun^dsit, ^^^^���:W^i{'^'i^y^4. --Mrt'y  ���% ��� ."PSWs!**?- irr^yiy.^y ;**H;;s- :y-:.y.i^yy^yy-yfl.!:M^yiiy^ 1  liW-''^v*-'V>;j'^^.SJ����^^^-,**?'i.'',.i^*^^^  ,,.,WSHi.K-^>n��v;��ff.i;'.'fssair^^.-^'fc^:-^' '���'���''i:';.Vj':M^^4^J  ������'J'^B*'^?'I?'^iS.a:K"?^^  ":tlie'n.i "'  tKX^wiil'ubi  ^-^M^.'u '���  ^��  ,-;''WJ   -..-'-������������ -'- ''���"^*"'^'iHS'i^^-"i'e''i^ -���������*.������ .-.-3',--.-V--;'  purchase,;: :^P.^^^^^^opi^^;:}^.m\  ^ith the officials in^ NewJYork affer  tthe."mel|ing^  H;-'t  ,   ...      ^.;;:3g>i'||':..' %���;.: 'iffc'  ^.''"  '  ��i.  �����  -:'--;'i^;'\.��# ���"' ���������'. ���'���������i    Granby Stocks Advance.  late, G. L. Thompson & *|#. *a^fA��|s  fef J^^oo'di^in ;;-riC. ��� ol/ZK..S.',|J.i:-i^  fcarterj <M. oft R,.��� A^-Bt' Cookj&*M$  if E., A. F. ��G#des^I. fe^^ind^  Ihdbref '0:-^'0." LJ '^EIkinW*,,clf  W., AlElmstrom. :������������  Geo. L. Elkins was appointed  Ibeputy (irand Chancellor , for 'tlie,  ^.nsuing-year-.; :o.--ii:  . ... ���:?��  >��� iH ?���'  ^Q^~  ; ^James Cordy will spend the summeiP  prospecting iii ^he|��lqpev mountains.   |>  ..��� i: '':   );   ������!��� ������;   --.' '?"'  j    'l|; ,-J.  -i        '-V '.   A   >;' ���'���������      ���/������'  I    Elkhom Mine to Continue.  I The owners of the Elkhom mine  Jheld a meeting and have decided to  [continue work Von the property^  fTwo men have tyeen employed for  pver a month and the force wijl be,  increased. The mine is showing 10  inches of high grade gold-silver ore,  and a promising future is in sight  for the property. The owners are  Jas. McCreath, Sr., Chas. Kinney,  E. J Cartier, Olla Lofetod, A. S.  Black and George White.  ���oiii:; th��.:Sr^ianeJr-��|bl^��e%|a^g|#":  Tuesday  was   in   Granby   shares.  This was  in  accordance ^i|h the  market movement in;.New;york;;p^  jBostofiri^idue ^OS;thei|resu^|��^^i^f  the mik$!l$M^  over of the HiddeirCreek property,  kU%.^|P^^a^p.d - and $42.00  &k|i]3r^n%o|jmbia Copper,  $5.25 bid; $5.50  asked.  Boiindaiy Ore Tonnages  Following are; the "returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending June 17, and year to date:  Granby....-.'.........    . ���'������...    455,241  Mother Lode   5,880    150,336  Jack Pot.........     724      15,077  Rawhide   Athelstari.....,  Lone Star   Napoleon..  Insurgent.  ��� ��������������  .�������������������������  4,221  94,624  404  2,040  321  2,777  125  3,070  140  302  Total. ...i ..vll^Si5 ,729,366  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby.. ���������    ....   453,779  B. C. Copper Co... 12,026   283,400  VSZf*  B8R3SK|E^E^  4**Wv3!( ��*���  1*4 <h�� *  1    v^  i ���'    j  '  \ >  i " i  11-*,  t' />  I\'     i>   / "      i  ( t  Local and General  11> > i "i  t * *  I    s.  -Traveling men report trade {food all j |  <wer British Columbia^ <  A number j  . have made Phoenii with$n the last j  week.      " A  > ,   '���' 'J'( *'* -  . f'    * J  A meeting of the  Phoenix  Press!   /"^Wtt!'!1wff^ wed  Band will be held oh Wednesday even* j dings  tag next.' All interested are requested  to attend. . ,    . i  The machinery for the Jewel mill at  Xiong Lake has arrived, and,operations  Miss Oora Dawson left Wednesday  for Spokane.       ,       ,   >,    '     ,  Mrs. J. B. McAulay left Thursday  for Spokane'.  >'( i"-' '���  l 'i   "'  ','��     '  will resume as soon as machinery is   ,-Wanted���At once,.a waiter.   Apply  pn$t��HedL     /:  YJ'    ,5   '{','i':/'   '     '   at Pioneer office.     -,���   *,     -  ���.   .";  The   best weather forecaster   we     Mrs. Wm. Hower is visiting in Spo-  knowof is Jiminie Marshall's cream kane this weel?;    j   .S ,  George Rumberger is expected home  .'���/  o  colored coat.   Every time he puts it  on it snows.      *'/.    I   -      < rl ���T   -  Summer showers the first of the  week was a great help to the gardens  and was worth almost a' dollar a drop  to the rancher.  Rev. B. Lombert of Greenwood w^U,  ��� conduct services in the Catholic church  toinoiTow evening. There will be no  morning service. ;  i r ��,i.'  '' -^r ���^mk\\\\\\\\\\\\\\W\\\MM\ '" '  I1,    '  ���T  !      i  f��tK * r y   ���* i  \ <���  . * ��<.  + 4  i  "   N  Why/ of  ^ ���! J   ��  we'll send you a case of  eer  v..  i    I  and congratulate you Qtl your  food judgment in ordering it.  Phoenix Brewery Beer  * is a beverage, a tonic, an aid  to good digestion, and a food  combined. There is no better  beer made, because there can*t  'lie.''     * , :  "< '  v    'PIfQNE 23  Mill MBWIHG CO.  LIMITED  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.-    General Agents.  i.c.  next Thursday.  Johnnie Mackenzie returned  from  Spokane Tuesday.  Several good, shows"' are booked for  Phoenix next month.   '.  <   Dry wood in car lots for sale. Apply  to J, Trombley, Phoenix.'  The city, schools close for the summer vacation on June 30. ', :      '  .  Better get a tag on that canine���the  dogcatcher is in the land. ..'.  Chas. Davidson paid a visit to coast  cities,; returning Monday. - -  /Fresh strawberries, 3, boxes for 50c.,  at Morrin-Thompson's store.  ��� "Uncle Jiminie"  Copeland  was in  town Tuesday from Bridesville.  ' The enumerator now has; the pedigree of all; the citizens of Phoenix.::J  Dan Matheson, foreman at the Fife  mines, paid Phoenix a visit Thursday.  Wanted���Man to cut 15 or 20 cord of  wood.   Apply Phoenix Dairy,' 'Phone'  VSSL^y: '���   l (   v. ^   ������������ ,"r ��� .*   ����  ' The Great Northern and O. P. R.  are selling cheap excursion tickets to  the east'.-' c,/;    . ,  > , -  In "parts' of Washington the thermometer reached the 100 mark on  Monday.   ') ' ' *f j '"':  ,' Large crowds are expected to/ attend' the K. P. picnic at Christena  Lake on June 22.     '.'* Y'   ,��>\  D. L. McMcElroy started ^Thursday  for Spokane, and intends to go as far  as Vancouver. .    r ,,���.��' .;��..'.  The Great .-Northern section force  made a general clean-up around the  depot Monday. ' >     '  Wm. Bellis, who spent several days  in the Coeur d'Alene country, returned  Wednesday.       , '  ' :Prof. Werner has .organized a music  class at Christena lake, the Lucerne of  the Boundary. -'   -���-  Angus McDonald will leave in a few  days for Sandon where he will spend  about six months.  Strawberries at two bits a box with  the necessary assessories, makes rather  expensive eating.  One of the females of the Bed Light  district spent Sunday in the city 4ms-  tile.   Too much tanglefoot.    -  The Granby miners are dropping in  town every day, and the mine will  soon be working a full force.  A. B. Cook, the real estate magnate,  returned Tuesday, after spending the  past two weeks at Vancouver.  A. L. McKinnon returned from Spokane Tuesday; and states that he had  a "hot time" in the Inland Empire.  Nels is hot on the trail of all stock  found running at large, and he says  he will take no more stand-offs, either.  Mrs. Palmer CoOk, returnect Tuesday  evening after taking a month's holiday  at Curlew for the benefit of her health.  Alex. McLeod, an old timer in the  Boundary paid Vancouver and Seattle  a visit last week, returning Wednesday.  Otto Nelson died at the Phoenix hospital Wednesday, after suffering for  eight weeks with a tumor on the  brain.  i     t  ANNOUNCEMENT  !> I    '  I baveppened a CARPENTER  SHOP in the Stemwinder building,  where I intend to conduct a GENERAL JOBBING and BUILDING  BUSINESS.  I also intend to, develop in conjunction a BROKERAGE and  REAL ESTATE department.  , If you have property you wish to  sell you should list it with me, for I  intend to/ make , my office THE  NATURAL and MOST SATISFACTORY, place for buyer and  seller to meet. ,    -  'PHONE NO. 81  ix, jB�� C  '"*.- ,-f;  *i  For the benefit of NEW-COMERS,  I will maintain a list of all available  Houses for"rent; and shall ever consider it a pleasure to respond to any.  inquiries that might add to a  stranger's convenience.  In conclusion I beg to be borne in  mind for anything in my line.  Vou will find me both PRACTICAL and EXPERIENCED and a  "Dyed-in-the-Wool" believer in the  PERMANENCY of PHOENIX,  ���ill short, a BOOSTER (in everything but charges).  - j  In Canada, $2.00 pep ��r.  In U.S. $2.50 per Yr. in    *'  ^ttf'^Vjtfi^rn  fry" -T"7  'i!-V*��i>.w��>-*;*wi1tt"Ww iJ^tt ���lu**.*.*-*A^��*f \*.�����*.*J^.^  r (.-���.fjt*-UM*'*-"|r ���*���*�����- -^'���^������<��^v*v..��a^.^1h*-, ii>fhf*ii  ��������     ^ �����   "W". 1BV *i*+>t*^  Ij VM"**!^^^  ,1,^���  'l*lltOWW<����^ m  *KKiat**mSS'ft*tsM  i  "t'f  I  ���V  "''4  J?  I  I  1  I  ��s!l  1  f  r  A Cream of Tartar Powder  Made from Grapes  NO ALUM  Additional; Local News  ' W. F. Norcross has - been appointed  surveyor at the Rawhide mine.       r  I John - Swanson   returned   Tuesday  from his ranch attCurlew, Wash.  ��  \A1. Saunders, the hockey star, returned Thursday from coast cities.  ;;Miss Edna Swanson is taking the  high school examination'' 'at Greenwood;        >       '    ' *-->. " / ��   ';". /    ..  -J. L. Meikle, editor;of the Grand  Forks Gazette was a Phoenix visitor  Tuesday.  , Mrs. M. Taylor of Grand Forks is  representing the Rebecca lodge at  Cran brook.  ', Miss Emma Loskie returned Monday  from Chistena lake, after a week's  vacation.  , Mrs. Thos. Oxley started Monday  morning on visit to friends in New  Westminster. .      ,    ^  Oswald Wilson, who has been holidaying at Vancouver, returned the  first of the week. r  E. E. Campbell, mining engineer for  the Granby company, left for Chesaw  Friday morning.  Rev. J. A. Petrie will - conduct the  service in the Presbyterian church,  K. of P. hall, on Sunday morning at  11 o'cloek.  < W. -E. Hadden, representing Gateway Xodge, I.O.O.F., No. 45,Jeft Grand  ���Forks Saturday for Cranbrook to &t-  rtehd the Grand Lodge."' ;  f ~     ',- *  'George Rogers says that if it was as  'easy to.   get a wife as   it is to' raise  wheat.hi Alberta, this world would be  a paradise sure enough. '  John'McKinnon, secretary of Miners.'  Union, real estate agent and fire chief  at Trail,"paid" Phoenix a visit Thursday;  and left Friday morning. ' ,  - r 'l - $-�����  Scqtty Lackie was on the streets  Tuesday,^wearing goggles,, the result  of a piece of Rawnide ore,that found a  lodging place in one of his optics. ���, j   ���  r Mrs. W. A. Pickard and Miss M.  A.  Mackenzie left last Saturday for Kam- j  loops as representatives to the Grand  Lodge from the local Rebeccah lodge.  A dance "was given in the Miners'  Union hall, Thursday evening, and  was well attended. Excellent music  being furnished by Werners' orchestra.  A. G. Howe, who has'been a resident  of Phoenix for the past three years,  left for his ranch in Alberta Wednes-  day, where he will be located permanently.  The weather of the past week was  ideal, and couldn't have been better  had it been made to order. The bright  balmy days and the cool, exhilerating  nights maices us feel for our neighbor  ing brethren who are sweltering in  the heat both night and day. ��� '  Charlie' Russell of Greenwood was  in Phoenix ! Monday, night selecting'  goods of a travelling salesman for the  Russell, Law-Cauffield Co. hi the  "smelter'city.'     -' "' ''  Bert Logan, the Greenwood jeweler,-  met, with a , painful accident while  manipulating the traps at .the gun-  club ' shoot" last' Sunday; having his  fingers terribly lacerated.   " *��� * '-J*   > \> ���  i The Granby whistle sounded afire  alarm at 3:10 Tuesday afternoon. . The  fire boys made a run to the Dominion  hotel where an overheated, flue was  burning out.   No damage resulted.  J. W. Rutherford left Monday, for  Kamloops as Grand Lodge representative for the local lodge of Odd Fellows.'  J. F. McDougall, who holds an office  in the Grand Lodge, will also represent  the local lodge I.O.O.F. ,- 't/, ,  1 Norman Davidson, who "took in"  the coastI,towns* last week returned  Tuesday,evening, says that the strike  situation don't appear to affect business  yery much. The wheels of progress  are everburning onward.  Wm. Vanwageneii this week received the sad hews of the death' of his  brother, Jonah, who died at White-  fish ;hospital,; Mont.t fafter, five, days  sickness. Death was caused by blood  .poisoning. Wm.. Vanwagenen left  Wednesday, to attend the funeral. '  . Judge Hallett and Attorney Black, of  'Greenwood were in the city on Wednesday attending'the coroner's inquest  which was -held oyer the remains of  Anton Michela.who was killed at the  Rawhide mine last Tuesday.' They  represented the New Dominion Copper  company. .. ���   ,    -     /  D. W. Mackenzie left Thursday on a  visit "to Montreal, and after completing  his stay in Montreal will return by the  way, of, Chicago and St. Paul, on to  Butte, Mont., where he will attend the  annual convention of ,the Western.  Federation of Miners, which meets on  July 17, as, representative of Phoenix  Miners' Union No. 8.   f  .  v J. S. Scott, formerly of Phoenix, and  who has been attending- the McGill  University since leaving here, passed  with flying colors the following studies:  Geometry, Algebra/ Trigonometry,  Descriptive V Geometry, Mechanics,  ;Physics, Freehand , Drawing,, English  Composition} first-year .applied .Science  arid Mechanical Drawing, and' 'also  passed with* honors'in shop work!, \'  FINEST GRADE OF CIGARS  IN   THE BOUNDARY      :  AGENTS   FOR   THE  CELEBRATED  HAZEL��/OQD   ICE  CREAM  AND SOFT  DRINKS <���'���  $  tbe  P'hoen 1 x  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.. V  ". "        lower town, 10.00 a.m. jSta  Leave Greenwood 3.00p.m. J  PROMPT   ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  lower town, 10.00a.m. {Standard Time  Kt* *  �� a       "���������   ��  Panama Hats in'Different Shapes.  Straw Hats iti all Styles and prices.  r t  Canvas Hats, from 75c. up.  Two-Piece Suits, $6.00 to $16.50,  Light Summer Pants, $3.50 to $5.  Balbriggan Underwear, $1.50 suit.  Zimmer-Knit       " 1.50    "  We sell the Celebrated Fairmount Shirt  made with attached and detachable collars,  which sell from $1.50 to $4.00.  Fancy and Plain Lisle Sox,  25c. to 75c.  Fancy and Plain Wash Vests,  cam  ��hp.esy in all  yrpasseci.  >*,  r*s  \    [  r .h\ -1"  H^H  *' if 1 v.*  \W''>  i  I 'v'��    i  I  f  I  Si'  ��/  l> '��� y  'J     ' '  ��.���'.��.  lW ' -;. x *'  r" * '  ^!/<>0' '  #���'  e.;  k  1 '*  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ..  and  Boundary Mining: Journal  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  ~*  acted before he is permitted to go  up in the air. If his cranium contains only a thimbleful of the gray  matter, let him ascend by all means,  for the sooner we get rid' of the  foolkillers, the better.  -Bona  Subscription, 2.00 per year  ,  2.50 to United States.  Kay & Conway, Publishers.  ' ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (90 days) . .$4.00  Certificate of Improvement notice (60 days) $7.50  '' Application to Purchase Land1 notices (00 days)   I...: $7.60  ��� Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days)... .$10.00  Water notices (30 days)   :.. $15.00  All other legal advertising; 12 cents a line,  single column, for the first- insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion,' nonpareil measurement.' n   , '' '������  The wheat yield in Canada this  year will be the largest jn its history, while down in the middle  states the drouth has cut the crop  short. Taking ��� everything into  consideration Canada has a bright  future before it.  K'r,   -    * '      .-      J  h&fy . x ;\ -;   <>*  Li^.v / iy ,<���  Saturday^ Jtjne 17, 1911  *    v *    'v *   t - i  That Ernest Milier, M. P. P. has  tlie .interest *, .of his  constituents at  heart is borne out'by the  fact that  . he  spent' the greater part' of the  past two  weeks  in  this district in  seeing that the citizens; of Phoenix  get better roads.    Mr. Miller went  over the->. various  highways  in peiv  ion, and directed where  the . work  should be  done, and as a  result of  his "interest, and   supervision,   the!  roads are in   good  condition.     Mr/  Miller has  worked hard to  secure  eyery cept of, s appropriation -1" that it  Was possible to get for this district;  not only ,fbr  road purposes, but for,  the, building of the public school, a  building  that the citizens will feel  proud of^ when completed.;. In Ern-  Reciprocity still holds the boards  in Canada, and will continue to do  so until the campaign in the general  parliamentary Election gets under  sway^ which doh/t appear far off.  ,.  ��� �� ���   -   \  Those new baseball suits must  have had an ill effect on the Phoe-  nix boys, judging from the score at  Greenwood Sunday.  A Tip to Prospectors.  The, prospector must learn to  discard prejudice. Nevermind how  things looked , in the old camp, try  everything in the new.- The .most  unpromising rock may be rich in  gold and/'silver.    Give  attention to  *     ' *"1  "*   * t  all. heavy substances/ regardless of  color. Tungsten minerals are black  or white; lead may be white or  stained with iron oxide or copper  carbonate; copper ores present  many hues; barite may be mistaken  for ^ scheelite (calcium tungstate);  calcium borate (colemanite) may be  thought to be calcite and vice versa  silver sulphide often' looks like  , est, Miller Liberals and Gonserva-J: worthless manganese or-iron ore;  tives alike can point with pride that I and tin (cassiterite) may be mistaken  as an able representative of the I for any one-of several far less valu-  people he is above the standard, able minerals.���Portland Canal Min-  He is ainember of many important er.  J  committees where ability is required1  and where a quick and active mind  counts for everything., ^   1^ j.���i.  Leaders of the Conservative party  have received most  positive  assurance that  there will  be  a general  parliamentary election in August or  September. The opinion was vouchsafed that parliament will not   meet  on  July 18  as  arranged, but  that  Earl Grey will announce the  prorogation   of the  house  shortly after  Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier  returns   from  England, early  in July?    Jhe Conservatives  have  expected   this for  some time and  have  been making  plans, accordingly  with   the  result  that they are well organized to face  the  issue  whenever a   formal announcement is made.  Notice to Owners of Stock!  - Notice is hereby given that all  stock found running at large on the  streets of Phoenix will be impounded.    By order  N. Lemieux, .  30tf Poundkeeper.  Business  Announcement  The.undersigned begs to announce  that he will open a  ���^tfr*  in the shop formerly occupied by J.  H. Matthews, and is prepared to  execute all orders promptly.  The resuinotion of work at the  Granby mine means much to Phoe-1  nix. Jhe fact of the matter is, the  Granby company is the life, bone  and sinew of Phoenix, and its prosperity is a positive guarantee to our  people that the howl of the wolf  will not be heard so long as the big  whistle on the hill continues its  welcome sound.  -*>~  THONE 10.  r       *.*->'  <r     < '.- >     t\, ^f<  STYLE-OltArT CLOTHES  H Interested asd OsoaiAhaov  about tte jgoadarful  HA��m WMiaBg Spray  Tbe new Vaginal SjfrJngis.   Best  -���-Most cowretieot. It dsanses  iostamly.     Ask yoox  A law regulating  the amount of  brains a man posseses should be en-  Iffcecaaaot supply th��  BSARVEL accept nocflber,  bat send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed. It gives tall pa ^  ulan and directions invstaabla to tsdles,  ^m&som sope^y co.,  Wis^loor* Oat. GeasntlAseatsfi��rCaiia  JTEADILY and surely "Style-Craftw Clothes are forcing  recognition of their superior merits. We offer a magnificent  assortment for selection, with styles that personify the perfection  ��� of fine tailoring, and a refinement about the stock that appeals at  once to discriminating buyers. The fabrics in most instances are  as exclusive as those used by the better custom tailors, and the  models represent more distinction than any other ready-for-service  clothing made in Canada. We want a chance to show you the  fine points of Style-Craft tailoring. Nothing like it has ever  before offered before at the prices.  N.   J.   CARSON  &  CO.  AL Almstrom  r ������ ...���������-..'.  Kodaks and Supplies  New Wall Papers  Books, Stationery, Leather Goods, China,  Burnt Wood Work, Mouth Organs, Violins,  Guitars, Mandolins, Small Wares.  THE PHOENIXDA  W. A. McKAY &. SONS, Props.  Y  Also milk that is above the standard in butter fat is what  you want. Our milk is aerated and has all the neutrition  as well as health-giving qualifications.  ifei-^a-towfeto^ -'fli.   v fc ���'<  'HKK. tliU\?VM\\ii 'Sfa.u^ntUfja wj*m.v/h����*  Assizes at Greenwood.  .The assizes,   Justice  Gregory on  the   bench,   closed  at   Greenwood  last   'week.      The   following  cases  were disposed of:  Damage suit of Murkovic vs.  Granby company, settled out of  court. .���'���*���  W. A. Barter was granted a divorce. , . ' ��,  The suit of Surprenant; vs. McDonald, was taken out of/court and  will be settled by arbitration.    '  Pete Turano and Steve Miller  gave bond to appear at the next  term. A. Sater and^A. Turano are  the bondsmen. '.,  '  A verdict for the defendant was  given in the case of Sidley vs.'Xud-  worth. Forty witnesses" had beer  summoned and about 15 were ex-,  amined. The jurors were, JY. Mc-  Ardle, Geo. ,McCabe, Leo Mader,  J. B. Mcintosh, Wes Connell, D.  L. McElroy,. ThoS��. Roderick and  Frank Coryell.'    ., V   ���  Will, Develop Anthracite   Coal.  Development work on anthracite  coal areas near the ' headwaters of  the Skeena river, 1,20 miles north,of  Hazelton, owned by Toronto capital, will be vigorously prosecuted  this summer " It will'be directed by  James McEvoy, a well known mining engineer of Toronto, who is on  his way north. At Prince Rupert  he will hire ten miners, who will  accompany him to the coal basin.  Several seams have been located..  One of, them,, six ,.feet ,in��� ..thickness  has been stripped- in six . different  places at considerable distances  apart. . The coal is a typical anthracite, -averaging about 82. per  cent in fixed carbon. In no place  do the seams dip at a greater angle'  than 10 degrees, thus insuring  cheap mining. Mr. McEvoy looks  for the building of a branch line to  the coal regions from Hazelton.  stables. The milkers wear white  suits which are changed every day.  Some' of the dairymen say that,  while a ban on whiskers is without  question one of sanitary importance,  such an order, might make it difficult to secure sufficient help, even  at the present, wage, scale, which  ranges from $35 to $45 a month.  In any, event, it is announced, facial  adornments in the .way of whiskers  must go.   ,  :    Prize for Best Potatoes.  At the American Land and Irri-  gation Exposition to be held at  Madison Square Garden, New York,  November 3 to 12, 1911, there is a  $10Q0;"trophy offered for the best  exhibit  of late  potatoes..  The ex-  hibit >'doesr; not. necessarily need  to  ��� - *   *��� ,*\  belong,to   one individual, but   may  be-'exhibited1 by a, department of  agriculture, farmers' organization,  or'by a district. 'The main point is  that the. $1000 r Stilwell trophy is  to begiveh for the best exhibit of  potatoes represented by marketable  quality, smooth appearance, flush  eyes and uniformity of size. , The  yield of each variety per acre; which  acre must be officially surveyed,,  must be sworn to by the grower,  and "attested by two or more reputable witnesses.      ���, "  The Kings Hotel  UNDER  NEW  MANAGEMENT  i i j ���  The  undersigned begs to announce that he has purchased  the  business  and  goodwill of the King's Hotel from Messrs." Shea  ,,J< ���' , i  and '.Williams and  hopes by  careful  attention  to  business and  ���','���''' ���/ ' ��� , ,- <  courteous  consideration. of patrons to receive a continuance oft  the generous patronage which the King's has enjoyed in the past.  IF. M. Harrison - - - - Proprietor  ��� ,      ��  '   Killed at the Rawhide  Anton Michela, aged 37 years,  was killed at the Rawhine mine on  last Tuesday by a falling rock.  Michela had worked but two "shifts  and was a new. man in the mine.  The funeral took place on Thursday  and was largely attended, the services being conducted from the  Catholic church. Michela leaves a  wife and three children.    Interment  was in Phoenix cemetery.   ^   SEPARATED CREAM  IS  A POSITIVE GUARANTEE  Pure Cream���All our cream is separated with, the  DE LAVAL SEPARATOR while the milk is'fresh from  the cows. - '  Cream���Keeps  longer,   and  all   the  impurities are removed by the operation:*'  L  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  ���Must Keep Dairies Clean.  Managers of-dairies in and near  Spokane will issue a joint order on  June 21st compelling milkers and  other male workers in their establishments to shave every other day.  The new regulation originated with  a millionaire dairyman in Kentucky,  and will be adopted in all parts of  the country. Chewing tobacco has  also been tabooed, and wash basins  and launderies have been installed  connection    with   the    milking  in  Jim Welsh, who is organizing a lacrosse team in Phoenix, is now in communication with the manager of the  Spokane team trying to arrange a  match for July 4. Phoenix has some  good lacrosse material and no doubt  would make "Spokane* look to her  laurels.,-  Dave Orossley   has   returned   from  coast cities.  Robert   Coward   returned   Tuesday  from Vancouver.  Hons. Thos. Taylor and Ernest Miller were in the city yesterday.  Eastern Townships Bank  QUARTERLY DIVIDEND NO, 114  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Dividend at  the rate of nine per cent (9%) per aunum upon the paid-  . up Capital Stock of this'Bank for the current quarter  will be payable at the Head Office and Branches on  and after the third day of July next.  The. Transfer Books will be closed from the 15th to the  30th June, both days inclusive.  By order of the Board,  J. MACKINNON,  Sherbrooke, May 27th, 1911. General Manager..  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A reliable French regulator; never falls. 'These  pills are exceedingly powerful in-regulating the  generative portion of the female system. Refuse  all cheap imitations. Dr. de Van's are sold at  85 a box, or three for $10. Mailed to any address.  Th�� Sooboll Drag Co., St. Catharines, Ont.  Phoenix Cartage Co.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling- done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  u  HOTEL  R. V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  irs  as s  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,  heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout  for the accornmodation of the public. Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals served at  al! hours.     .  Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Ci&ars  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  a  PHONE  34  CENTRALLY  LOCATED ON  CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Steam Heated, Electric  Li&hting.  Telephone 48 and 26  9  THE PHOENIX PIONEER" for your  next job of Printing. A Trial order  will prove that we can please  you.  I  HI  Ri  ft,  ���f.<l  I  P>     4  ��� I- f-r���'  *    ���*    I  t*�� -rt, ��.LE JT I /  H *  King Edward Lodge  No. 36i AoFu and A.M.  >_  Regular comniunicatioia at 8  p.m.  Second Thursday of  each month.       '  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  "flock.  T   S.  BOYCB,  W.M.  Hall, McHale Block,  j. J. Stbutzbl, J.' S. Boycb  Secy.  < '  i.o.o. F.  -r.  <:  Snowshoe Lodge  No; 36  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall: Visiting brethren cordially invited.  D. Paterson,'Noble Grand  ,T. A. Love, Fin. Secy.  ,W. J. Rutherford, Bee. Secy.  , I  ,t      n,    l  I POINTED PARAGRAPHS  | ��� -,- '       *, | ���*   r'?.___ll_    '      >',    ,-  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge, No. 17  Meets in   tne   Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.   ,  Mrs.' Pyper, N.G.       Miss M. Mackenzie, Sec'y  ~->i u.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  \> >>   i,    r~'  r 'Phoenix AerieNo. 168  "Meeto in Union Hall^Friday Evenings.  Visitingbrothers arOfalways welcome.  ���<   ;���' ���   John Love, W. P.    .  f    '>"* T. B. Cosgrovb, JW. Secy.  1-VT -'* L>  Ml*  aw -*  /       j  **3 ���-'  K. of P. Lodge,  Ho. 2i i-r^  A rich strike of ore has been,  made near'Slocan City.  Young -grizzly .bears, as welt as  black ones, are ,being- captured almost daily'near Revelstoke. *     L  ' ^  The BowmanLumber, company's1  mill at Revelstoke was destroyed, by  fire last  week',.entailing - a ' loss "of  $50^000.,       ^ '.">->  i  Calcrary is about to have.a spasm  over the fact,,that the- C. P.% R.  shops .arc about to ~ be located at  Medicine Hat. .      ' ,   , >  Both Mr..and Mrs. ChrisJenson  died at Lethbridge'within )a. fevV  hours of each other last" week, leav-  ing- a family of ten small children. \> '  To expeditethe: completion of the  first  250-tpn; unit- of .the ^lOjQC^o^  cyanide /mill, at* Republic;fa , night  shift has'been   put on.-. The (mill is  expected, .to ^be._ in /operation v-by,  - 'i *     *     .si~ yf'/y       ['"'' i t *   '       -  "  Julv/4-.     ' j  '   ,' *   "   /   , ���   \     .*j  4 ThevMerritt Board of ��� Trade, has  made the;C. P. rR. come across and,  give ^ the.' ;town/ better f passenger  service to/the rmain line. , Heretofore a mixed train thats was never,  on * time ,was the K pnly^- means >of  travel. \   -������;i'- * ' ' I  .<  The underwear  without a fault  , <' >. .-  r. *��  Just    the  ���s't:yle.i''':V;'>''**,^'  or   weight  yo.u.ia|f  Under we ar a nd rit>^,i^S  ������''������������'��� i-.   ���". #*> :������/  for any season or clirfiate,  for man, woman or child,  at the right price.  And it  won't   shrink!  Purchase     1  A the,  trademark.  It's on every  J{ngln garment-in red  ^ Try     No.    95-  ...   .  ^.      L      medium weighty '������  rArUNSHRIMKABLtV>  Tret tie   ftsirk  .YV   / -"7  L {    *  ���j   .-.A\>.  Meets "Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning . brothers cordially *' wel-  corned. *.  i* j. ,\ t  *'  *-^,  ^ l    - !���>  'f.\ E.'.CABTEBrK. Of B. S.  G.Kay, CO.,/,  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lode�� No. 17  (   Meets, in Pythian Hall, Lower Town, '  First and Third Thursdays."  Mrs. J.'lBatenian    '        ' Mrs. A. D. McKenzie  M.E.C.  K.R.S.  > a  DRAYING  * * ��� ���"*  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. < Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer,.    Careful atten-  tion to all orders.      Phone A65  -   ���'   -    -  v ,.,j,.    James G. McKeown  The Trades and Labor council of  Vancouver 'havV issued^'a; circular  calling upon all members7 of rorgan-  ized labor to condemn trie t)aily  Province for its editorial jdtteraiic^s  a'gainst laboring ^en^a'rid^thatvit^  reporters be _ excluded; Vfrom th%  meetings of the central AbdyJh the  future.  v* <���  ��'/r  11 I* .  First-class Fir "and Tarn-  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord.  Finer Wood^ ^double cut, per  '���   cord, $6.00.  *". *   \   A  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTSOE. *Phone B32  t ; r j T  The'jury that investigated the recent fire at Silverton, ^wherein three  fives were lost, came to no/conclusion as "to the cause of the' fire, .but  simply made ��recommendations to  prevent the loss of life in the future.  The jury's investigations did not  meet, with the public's, approval, as  the" citizens- ofr, Silverton considered  that responsibility should be placed  somewhere. ,  During a game of baseball between' Marcus and Golville last  week the catcher for the Marcus  team fell senseless while behind the  bat, arid the young ladies .of Col-  ville took great delight in yelling,,  ���'I hope' he dies." *'I wish our  boys would kill the whole bunch."  '.'Duck him,in a tub." "Give him  a drink of water, he's not used to  that." >"Water the hayseed," all  of r which the Marcus l Messenger  takes serious exceptions to, and  passes some very uncomplimentary  remarks about the female fans from  the capital of Stevens county.  Clocks  If you:are .locking for a present for that friend  Qf yours   about  to  be   married,   you   will  find  -* nothing: nicer pr more appropriate  than one of  "r      our Mantel Clocks.  Prices, $9.50 to $13.50 each  01 s ' ^.  Also a nice line of Gilt and Bronze Clocks, very  reasonable. Call and Look Them Over.  E. A. BLACK  The Jeweler  usi Jdlttisori  Electric Restorer for Mem  S*9i ��fi5nfi(araoS restores every nerve in the body  r-giogg-mwi-wfl tn itg proper ten3ion; restores  Tim and vitality; Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at once. FlioBplioaoB will  make you a new.man. ��� Price 88 a box. or two for  ��5. Mailed to any address. ����Bi�� Srofeell &*mg  Co,, (St. O&tibmxtaoa, On��.  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD   or   SLABWOOD    I  can   fill  your   order  promptly.  BUTTER IS LOWER  Hazelwood Creamery Butter, 35 cents per lb;   three  pounds for One Dollar.  Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, 35 cents per dozen;  Three Dozen for One Dollar.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 25 cents per lb.  Sugar Cured Hams, 23 cents per lb.  Pure Leaf "'Lard, 31b. pail, 55c.  a       a "      51b.     "      90c.  pB BURNS & CO.* Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time that you   want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  show you  samples : : :  *',  .^������^���T-.���tt.,.,,,i,.1w-rw.T�� y-imi.^..lilili-w^i-FHri'"'��"'"T''"'"^^ t..nturtU'in*-' T"��U./*WtfbIlL'4rtUW��ll ��381t��liivirtH-,.|v  \ t\m.���> (nt'...  "l\  1.1  '   >  i  GREENWOOD BEATS  THE HIGHLANDERS  i i  ��� (  S&V  Makes bread, cakes, pies and pastry of  uniform iquality���always the best���and  gives confidence to the housewife in her  ability to make good bread.  Play a' Fast and Snappy Game  Up to the Fifth Inning.  No failures on baking  day, when you use  ROBIN HOOD  FLOUR  Made, in Moose Jaw  ' fit'  i   1���  A taonty-pftck guarantee in every ���  Wtf��M%.  (FLOUR I  PREtaMNt*  a nuu nan  MOOSE JAW, SASK  ^     . ��&LBS.  ROBIN HOOD  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date r  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar .<  to roof.     Best Sample Rooms in the  , Boundary,   Opposite   Great   Northern  Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop. Phoenix, B.C.  CANADIAN  Eastern Excursions  Reduced rate tickets on sale at  Ci, P. R. Ticket office June 5,  7, 9, 10/ 12, 16, 27, 21, 22, 28,  29, 30. Other dates in July,  August and September. GoocL  to return until October 31.    r  ''  SPRING MEDICINES  The wise always look after their health by providing a good Tonic at this season of the year.  Try a bottle of  Nadruco Blood Purifier or  Nyals' Quinine Iron Tonic  TO MAKE YOU FEEL JUST RIGHT. .  JOHN LOVE  Druggist  Winnipeg  Toronto  Montreal  St. John  Halifax  St. Paul  Chicago  New York  Philadelphia  Boston  $  60.00  9i:5o  105.oo  120.00  127.50  S   60.00  72.5��  108.50  108.5��  110.OO  The ba.ll game at Greenwood last  Sunday resulted disastrously for  Phoenix, the  score standing1 6 to 2  / j      1        f      '  in favor of the boys in the smelter  city. In the fore part of the game  it looked as, though Phoenix had'm  walk-a-way, but Greenwood soon .  found the ball and the fireworks begun in real earnest and lasted until  six men had crossed the plate.  .  Up until the fifth inning Phoenix  played crack ball, but for some unknown cause went to pieces. The  two runs were made by Perkins arid  Birier, which tied the score in the ,  fourth, allowing Greenwood four  more scores., Phoenix has .some  good baseball material, and with  more team work could put up an  excellent article of ball. The loss  of Sunday's game should in no way  dampen the spirits of the fans, as  the off day happens to the best of  them.  , The line-up follows: Mitchell,  1st b; Patterson, 2d b; Lang,'s. s.;  Perkins, 3d b; Whitey, c; Blair, p;  Hamilton, 1. f*; Curley, r. f.; Gus  Biner, c. ���f.  y>    NOTES   OF, THE   GAME.  The new suits did it.  *        ������* * i  The   strut   was   superb.      They  looked   like  nine  peacocks   out-on  display.  Let's.dub the Phoenix nine.  Rates to other parts on application. Stop overs allowed within limits. Good via the Great  Lakes in one or both directions.  Early sleeper reservations means  best choice. For further particulars write or apply to  J. E. CARTER  Depot Ticket Agt.  Just received, a large shipment of the latest designed  collapsible   Go-Carts���  PRICE FROM << EIGHT-DOLLARS" UP.  :    4$00;Feet of Mouldings  We are now ready to supply all demands in the line of PICTURE  FRAMING, having a fresh stock of 4500 feet of Artistic Mouldings to choose  from, also   Room   Moulding-, at the  right price.  F&jrnit&s ireDealer  So far this year the United States  has shipped to Canada $9,450,000  gold coin.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  IB  Trade Mark��  Designs  Copvbights &G.  Anyone tending a sketch and description may  onickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  mvnntion is probably patentable. Communica-  tfonTBtHVlyc5nfldeutlal.,HANDB00K on Patenta  Bent free. Oldest agency for BeourlnffpatentB.  Patents token through Munn & Co. receive  Special notice, without charge, In tho  Scientific BtieriaMt  A handsomely iUnstrated -weekly. largest tir-  enlation of any scientific joarnal. le"S,8 ���*  eanada, $8.76 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers. t��     ��  1UNN & Cofl3e,Broadway'Hew Y ore  Branch Officer628 F 8U Wasnlnaton. D. 0.  "The  Highlanders."  Curley (Ty Cobb) the timely hitter of the team, had trouble in finding" the pill for the usual  home-run.  "Whitie" was there with the big  mit but evidently had left his swat  at Grand Forks.  "Big Mitch." also had his bad  eye with him.  Gus Biner made the sensational  catch of the day.  Perkins crossed the home plate  at a 30-clip.  Blair pitched a good game and  should have won out with proper  support.  Hamilton got into the box too  late to make much impression, but  he faned them just the same. I  Lang got  everything'in   sight at  short.  Patterson performed all the stunts  of a professional.   ��. : :   The Belcher mine near the summit between Orient and Republic  has closed a contract with the  Granby smelter for the immediate  delivery of 50,000 tons of ore.  Twenty men are employed at the  mine  and  several cars  of ore are  being shipped each week.   _��������������� ������  Partnership  An excellent opportunity for a man  who is trustworthy and ambitious to  learn the jewelry business. Capital  required $600 to $800 which will be  fully secured. For further particulars  Apply to���J. A. HARTLEY, Jeweler  and Optician, Ladysmith, B. C,  .I?1  1 ���  p!  ������  1-1  a?  ii  'I!  ��� If  it  I '  I  ft  t   5  I   i  ��'A f  h i  i '(f.'a  H   I'il  Mr  ml  ;?  f ��� t jm ja:Hiraiiobiw-wki/^4WM^-u>��&'wf��.H  y  W     I.I  I  t   '   i1'   *    t   <  '1 Ox    '  \-.-  t   *  Fruit Growers Resolute.  ,   -Whereas,/Inhere has been introduced in the. Federal, house a bill to  \ promote, reciprocal, trade with  the  f   United States; and,    '  - Whereas,' the' proposed recipro--  ' cal agreement will permit free trade  in fresh fruits and Vegetables, and,  Whereas, the proposed reduc-  'tion in duties will' have, the effect of  reducing the1 prices pf our products  in Canadian markets, be it  Resolved,   That' we the  directors  of the British Columbia Fruit Growers' . association  put  ourselves   on  record as condemning the proposed  reciprocity agreement between Canada and the United  States as heing  detrimental to the  fruit industry of  SBritish Columbia, and   be it further  '   Resolved, .That   copies' of   this  resolution be forwarded to the Minister, of Agriculture of British Col-  "umbia, to the Boards  of Trade of  the province^, to the  Agent General  of the  province in Great Britain to'  all' the members /of the ydominion  house/from  British' Columbia, the  press' -generally/ and  the,5 Federal,  Ministers' of Agriculture  and*, Fin-  i'f:  ance at   London.,   Carried , unanimously. ;; '  X   R. H. Agur^     t  v '���- * Chairman.  'M[\'Y: ���\   '���>'> ;  R. M. Winslow, Sec'y-      -    ,  f*d!''4'/-V ' J -''. - , ��� ���'���- <> Hill Lines'-Expansion.  ''sfeV^V   V   '- ' ' '*���    '     J   *    /''      T,macl     Hlllon^QCcnHMPQll^  tV*l   '      X     i  ������* \  ,  V  James J. Hill; and associates have  ,, acquired by purchase /the charter of  r." rCibel 'Alberta, Central railway. , 5<Mr.  Hill will at once commence;the con-  ,   structionrof the line extending north  '    and south  from the ;border  to , the  northern   limits'" of;,,Alberta.    The  ,'! south line will run duesouthto connect with the main line of the Great  Northerri^on  the American side of  * /the border, while the line north will  run into   the  northern wilds as  far  V as Hill is inclined to build. ,  The Great  Northern   has alreadyj  / three subsidiary lines  crossing into'  the  three  western   provinces from  /   the  trunk  line  in   the  south,   and  others are planned.  UNCLE SAM���I thought Miss Canada.would jump at my proposal, but blamed if she isn't taking  ,/; time to thinkht over carefully., >. t>  appetite. Moreover; the drunkar^  is a, much coddled .individual by  .the well ' meaning people:' He'1 is  full of self pity and pretends, ��o  believe that he ��� is a victim or sp-  ^ciety.^ He wouldn't drink.to excess  if there was no liquor;;./He Usees'  thousands of people pass /saloons  every day in safety but he.canft,and  the whole system of liquor regulation must be changed. ' When*the  law is passed prohibiting the sale Ipf  liquor this same coddled .individual  will resort to every device to nullify  the law.- He will commit perjury,  help pack juries and do anything to  aid the blind tiger.1 ' All drunkards  of - course are not prohibitionists,  but the Texas drys would find as  good material for photography in  their own ranks as in those ofj the  wets.  / <  -\  ����  111  jfeflia.  W  m  m  $���  WK  r>it  h-  Ik  I  "Prohibition in the States.: J  "Down in some of the states the  people/are going through a fierce,  prohibition-fight. A great wet rally  has just been held at Fort' Worth,  Texas.    The   drys   were   on hand  with kodaks to take pictures of the  '   i     -     i  'drunks," but found instead, a very  sober, earnest body of men.  It is the old delusion again. A  man's personal habits never have  anything to do with his views on  the prohibition question. The rule  seems to be that the heavy drinkers  are for prohibition. They probably  feel that they might escape their  follies if a prohibition law passed.  The sublime faith of the American  people in the power of a new law is  something remarkable.- , The "red  nosed angel," as they are called in  the south, is generally too weak to  meet the liquor question squarely  and honestly and admit that his salvation lies in his own manhood; in  his willingness to control his beastly  i   \  Moving once or several times-each  year," as is the custom*-of some thatr  we know, may give the household; a  good and needed airing, but it is a  costly amusement. Don't move unless  you have a mighty good reason for  doing so.  tin W*i��ji��liiMM��i��rf��i'M��liW ���* 'J ��� ii *"���* '* '  * MATHIBU S  NERVINE POWDERS.  "   ' * For Headacho.and Neuralgia.  CctW M OPM. ����**��� - CUml  Om pnfer *ti nlmt nt . I" famim .ill  ���hoi. ym    U ytm mn hmrtfc  II pM 4. Ml tfctp wll  || tat w*n <>��" ��<u>l|<>>  ThMr JwwJfrt  cHMr.�� UUist  ���Mi Wik  HARMLESS BUT HELPFUL .  No Injurious Drugs,  ft your dealer does not keep them, We will  mail you a box (18 powders) on receipt of 25c  J. L. MATHIEU,Co. Props., Sherbrooke.  Permanently dis-  {eels the need tor   .      t counteracts the  effects almost instantly���removes all cravings  After taking the treatment there will never be an*  need to drink intoxicants or use drugs again, can  be given secretly. We have yet to hear of one  failure. Mailed under separate cover to an-rad-  dress. Price $5.00 box, or 8 boxes for $10.00. ������  ^Jcofeell IDxws ��o��� @*e Caftn��ritri08, Omt>��  ORIGINAL  JEFFERSON  SHOE  Y  We.have just received a shipment of the  high-grade *'Original Jefferson Shoe,"  which cannot be excelled for workman-  ship and durability. Call early as these  shoes are selling rapidly. v  tAlso a full line of  CLOTHING AND  FURNISHINGS  Ig fact, Everything a Man Wears.  THOMAS BROWN, Olothier  Great Northern Railway  Cheap round-trip summer tourist fares to points in Eastern  Canada,    New   England, < Central   and   Western   States.  ROUND-TRIP PHOENIX TO���  Winnipeg: - $60.oo     St. Paul - $60.oo  [ontreai - 105.00    St. Louis -   70.  Halifax    ��� 127.20     New York 108.50  t  Tickets, first-class, on sale different dates in MAY, JUNE,  JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER, final return, limit  October 31st, stop-overs within limits allowed.  For further information as to routes, fares to points not quoted,  etc., write or call  W. X. PERKINS, Agent.  InCanada, $2.00 pep Yp.  In U.S. $2.50 pep Yp.  ���  ;  i  i  ���  m'  f  I  i


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