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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 3, 1911

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Array ,  i  egislatJwT^  i   ��� i  JJL15L  Twelfth Year 1*>  "* t  .> \  Pullman Students Visit Phoenix  '   "r��     r i    '   '' ��� ' '  Prof." Thompson >Vaiid 'six ;of his  BOONDARYrPYTHIANS  EXCURSION JUNE  22  students visite^^o^ir^tciesday;'  >e ���"V^^IV V/^*' 1   -    \  A an,d while'her^^hey; inspected^'the'  Special Train WUl?Be. Chartered GranbyminesT^u^W  ing,    two   of! trie^party,.   Messrs.'  -'u.     ...^  ;for ChristenaLake.} ?'  A-greatt deal of interest- is;being  manifested-Zthroughout Tthe?Boundary .country, ii anticipation"pf a  general good itime at the .Knights  of Pythias picnic to be held; at Christena Lake on Coronation Day* June  22' \Th~e' ledges'in Phoepix^Green-  wood��;Grand ^Forks:and^ Midway  have/??��?,%M' \?ommitteeV;tot take  charge :and :ma��e   thevnecessary arrangements^ for"' sportsf and   other  amusements^ such v\'as^swimming  races, boat races,   tug^bf-war, base  ball,  games,  between l/the   various  . lodges'.represeatedV'.?;.'. 'f ?���-���       ���-$  ArrangfementsWe; Ming made'to  charter ~a \speqiaj iC.PiK. .train so  that   it ;will   be   convenient for   all  those   coming; from , Midway ;aiid  Greenwood to leave   Phoenix .in the  morning   going to?5 Grand r Forks!  ^Lmdsley and- Ageton,  members of  Eastern Star, lodge, ,K.'ro�� P., Pullman*   Wash., were   entertained  by  the  local   lodger-After the  lodge  business was transacted, and;a!third  degree put orirthe^tables1' we're pfe^  pared, an, excellent luncheon being  seyed  by  Danny .Deane. , A   pro-:,  gramme had  been ~ prearranged ^ by  Mr.. Werner^consisting  of, songs1,*  recitations, ^q9a^e^|ei|;^e^Hojas.b}r;  the  orchestra,   speeches,. etc.   ".All"  went merry as��� a marriage bell until  early morning, when   the  proceed-'  ings broke up by the brothers joini*  -ing hands' and singing "Auld Lang  3Sy^p^^The foilovi?irig Ba^, 'Prof>  Thompson, and   students drove  to  Greenwood,* where' they   inspected^  the mines and smelter of the B. C.;  ��� r company: f  'Of  <- ��    M~**.* '  Farewell ib^ Rey; Hibbert.  Insurance Settled Quickly.  ij'{f"',T,f*"r*fci'* ]+��� 'c i1" ' -S *  ,    Jt took a   little less \ than fa/ week  for, l^rs.^Tljbmas, Moore to get the  insurance of $810  oh , her  cottage  that was destroyed by fire last week.'  Mrs. Moore's house  was insured in  the' Hartford   Fire Insurance com-  pab^f for  which' "D.' j. Mfatheson is  thefagent, and'the loss was adjusted  ,totthe entire satisfaction of both the  company;and the, insured.    This is  the4,/'quickest .fire.Ioss   adjustment  .that has ever  been isettled in Phoe-  hix,s:anddt is proof positive that the  HartYordicdrhpany does things in a  rapid anq business-like manner.,      5  - /The;loss on the Finn, hall has not  been settled yet,^ owing f to -the fact;'  fha?-^there is  some .misunderstand-^  ing as to 1 who%is  authorized; tocre-  ceive^ theV monkey, as  all the books  'and records   were  destroyed.1   The  building waV insured for $3:000 in  tne^ueen s Insurance company, the  totalloss being about $10,p00iVJ  MEYERS GREEK COAL  CO. HAVE HEETiNfe  .*��� v.  Will Make Further Development  , /> ���  . for Black Treasure^  .-  yi-L,  taking on excursionists'.and leaving  .%,CJbri^e^n1|^HVit;^  ,Tlie dance   pavilion  !-J *--"     '    r  in,excellent, shape and  will be  furnished for  the "occasion.* l^'t/"w,,';a ltt,CWB,11 ��ena-on. I fack P��V ' 4.7^1  .-c<��"^tW/r        . ^       \-      .      ���* '  This   promises   to   be   the: premier ":V^*^^ ^J knowledge of minerals  and mining  picnic of,the-Season; -      was   rendered     and     refreshments  Athelstan.:.      225        i ,!409 f'? ^eneraJ�� madean examination of  served.    Solos were^m^ hv R   it 'I Lone Star.      397       ,2^31 the,P^perty, and "his reriort was sb  The shareholders of ,the* Meyers  Creek Coaf and Coke company  icalled a -special' meeting at Vthe^  Brooklyn hotel yesterday/ The object of the meeting .was to discuss  plans for further development and  to levy an^ assessment ;to' continue ,  the.work on the pfopertv. .     *  ihe company is composed, of  some twenty members , who depend  wholly on individual assessment for  j capital to :prosecute th'e, work���.and  the mine will -be4 developed'^to^a  stage rwhere it will be teasible/and  a positive guarantee1 that" coal in  paying, quantities underlies the Surface before 'any sstock' is thripwn  upbn tne market.,; 'When: 'this; is  accomplished 'stock will,be; oflfered-.  geological.survey for the^Dominion  government,.and, a- imam of expert  "Isle of Spice."  The *Msie of Spice"  is a refresh-  t   -f tf  served.   -Solos were^ sung by R. K.  Mc^Cammori/ Mrs.   Hawthorn^ abd  ;Miss  Mairjorie  Elkiqs^ after, which  Bob Owens gave a recitation.  ��rT",  m^rly new and strikingly original ^����U,*,_._ ^,. ^ ,M . , ,. ,  musical extravaganza. This big Tneev��nm�� passed^awsay.pleas-  musical success which B. C. Whit- a"tIy an^ the occ��s��on was a befit-  ney will present at the Phoenix tmg-tnbute t0 th^ retiri����T minis-  Miners' Union Opera House, Tues- ^.Whoga^from'Jere^to.DffwSan'  day, June  6,   comes   almost  direct - JR-^wIm^ he. wilPbe s|atioiied for  from the phenomenal   runs it enjoy-  ^S"^th^  te^r^   P^fl^Mr:  Hibbert's pastorate in Phoenix he  2 043  Napoleon.       662       ^3901favorable that the   members of th,e  Insurgent....       162 162 company  at  once   commenced de-  Total. .13,775 1022,352 (velopment  operations.    This  work  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby> '^.'     453,779  B. C. Copper Co.. .12,697   258,553  ed  in New York, Chicago,. Boston  and   other   large  cities.    The title,  *��Isie of Spice," at first glance might  possibly  suggest  something .spicy,  however, such   is not   the case, for  the   "Isle of  Spice"   is a  pure and  wholesome entertainment consisting  of all that is good, new and refreshing   in   comic   opera   or    musical  comedy.    It  is   entirely free   from  vulgarity or  suggestiveness   in any  form, and the equal if not the superior of any  other  musical  extrava-'  ganza or comic opera en tour.    The  dialogue is bright and crisp and the  situations   are   legitimately    funny  without being risque.    The music is  tuneful and the costumes handsome  and attractive,   but withal   modest.  The cast is headed by Bobbie Wool-  has made many * friends among the  church-��oing people^ and; has succeeded in building a new church and  otherwise^ advancing the cause of;  Christianity. His departure from  this field of religious labor will be  regretted by many who wish him  success in the far frozen north.  May Ore Receipts.  During the .month of. May the  ore. receipts at Granby smelter totalled 58,388 tons, 53,489 from the  Granby mines at Phoenix and 4,899  tons from foreign  properties as foP J.oervJcesiwm <f n��ia m ���e lYLetno-  . *     properties as 101-  dist cmirch on Sunday night at 7:30,  lows:  ��Snowstorm,.Idaho .*       1580  .i ^Lpcal Items .  Miss Jfrable' McKeown is visiting in  Grand Forks.  iW. X.   McDonald  left Friday  for  Christena Lake.  -Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McDougall went  to Christena Lake this week."  Mr. and Mrs. John Vivian will leave  next week for Cornwall, England.  "Billie" Biner returned last week  from an extended visit in the east.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Hilliard and family  are spending a few days on the banks  of Christena.  F. W. Norcross, is appointed surveyor at the Rawhide mines of the  B. C. Copper company. Mr. Norcross  is a graduate of Houghton School of  Mines, Michigan.  Services will be held in the Metho  Insurgent,  Republic  Guilp, Republic   Knob Hill, Republic  when the Rev.  G. H.  Hamilton will  officiate and will continue to fill the  ,     pulpit until the arrival of the new pas- ( which will not only be a  dangerous  tor, Rev. J. J. Nixon, who is at present  Felch,   McGowan,   Hammond   and   M^ertv. ��� >  Perrie, and a chorus that has rarely if*?t Pme' ���   ���  been equalled for  beauty, sprightli-  ness and grace of movement.  Prices  75c and. $1.00.  Silver Lead. .  Total. ..  839  27t  196; in Europe.  106  38  27  368  1447  3  has proceeded far enough to again  call upon. Mr.,LeRoy for a further  examination, and some time within  the month will visit the workings  and submit another report. ' Upon  this report depends the next step of  the company.  Work ha�� proceeded to within  150 feet of the tunnel, and as advancement is made the seam widens  out. The coal is pronounced to be  of a superior .quality to that of the  Crow's Nest Pass product, having a  higher per cent of carbon.  Several other  companies  are developing in the  same   field within a  radius   of six   miles, and   all   have  fine showings ofthe black diamonds,  going to prove conclusively that the  deposit is not merely a  pocket, but  that the entire  surrounding country  is underlaid   with  a   coal    that   in  the near future will place the Boundary district  in a  class  by itself as  one of the principal coal  producing  sections   of  British   Columbia,  and  "^^"  4,899  Partnership  An excellent opportunity for a man  who is trustworthy and ambitious to  learn the jewelry business. Capital  required $600 to $800 which will be  fully secured. For further particulars  Apply to���J. A. HARTLEY, Jeweler  and Optician, Ladysmith, B. C.  rival to the other coal centers but a  boon to this section of the province.   4*   &ewDirector.  W. B. Thompson of Thompson,  Towle & Co. has been elected di-r  rector of the British Columbia Copper company to represent the interests of Morgan, Harjes & Co. of  Paris. He succeeds J. C. ReifF, deceased.  v  t  'i  &  4  a  1*  (  >���       r-  i  f  1.  t  J!*  'I  -P^���-jinn i  \  4  ;'4 iiMIHfi  BiSllSIIllli  ���^^������p^iit^;w!;0S'?v''-i.;A--'  imtatrMmmiMMt  I^^^^B^Si^JpM^'ia  *    "        ; .���'..���. i ..  v ' . -.   . ..   ��� j  ; ,'tifea. ia ���-.gpsBg j sosnewiffisre ���. else...; ':;��� Basfe j  ���'fn^fi^ aad'seel  ��� Ttapxtie.xQesp^  ,���*���:  ^TnJCTfng"CT!ljgjlMBCT'-fe^j  "���ftifV  l!.B'M^,S^;'.'-->v-'V5^'-'i',-'-V>:'v  'jfaaa^X!!^  ,.   .....  ....        ,.-..,.,���.......-..��,..  ���- .v .......���!-���      ...   . ...���-. 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'~7eraa3is��s|ga^ gc^d. clothes:  ire  iyfc*?  ��v "YauaQLmvva^  l?M^'^W;iS^'S'��E5f5^.;:^:~;^o:;  bk\CU1^  ������^Wslisr"  SOTOSSSCffi^^  ^?l^saeaOT^?l^  tS:l:fg^.' '-^Vr��'��>^.'--- '''"-  Jl|I^W:.^v!:r;i->*��v:';-y  '��.&Bl: ^  wis��; .hats' vhem  ��� . __i cjwer.'.���a,....... J-_. _,_  ^^..L'lJBeKsia fer sam^. ^me^: s^Ee^^i: 't��;'��as'5ErSaE��3^;:��^''s^^  Slillliriwi & Co  kl',. H* %^i  y so. a fer^> ib��'eoBs&' cSiies.  tSe Esdfe cc& &joxes of saSccss^"  We *ry*fi  'w��Ae*sj-E�� ������������. Sic xe^iaaSSag  preiM^|g^^^:^3J^ latest designed  of Mouldings  ;|We .iare.ww'ready'to s��p|jry all demands in the line of PICTURE  ;;fK4Sra0,-'|Hw^^a fire^s stock oi" 4500 feet of Artistic Mould-  ee^s ts> dssoose %oeo, also Room MouIding% ut the right price.  ^0^^-f^*^ -k^'test- Wsssi$j��g-; v ews^S^ 1 l^^i jeeqs- '-m5m��&s& icsB^iEeSEsi ^a:i.��esj  I#t-??#.���::������������'���-;-i.  telit'Sv'  i; #-���#������ ���;���������������  |ilr:'^pi ; .'���'���  life ;%"���..   '  ���il:  =--''' ���'���������*" '' " "^^        ;V.. |. ;2as^3E^��Ei as^  fal   l?c^r.|S' sesgrneiS'la'. 'oasi ag^:<BBse..tfee  Pli|V^/^'f:'@S��?��S ."^^^fealife'Missile^-|':: ;a��a^sss -@rear-;S=s?'asai;l����;.iliSa'��� %'  Fl;?^f'V.:^VvSt;i.:^^^ '* **'      ���     - - * - - ���   - ���       -----.���.-...-.������-���-��.  ���W  crnTrg^-6eggr�� " Ke Baas Eitnss*' Esat �� feace- -c^l  ��-.���       �� J^3?*: .;:.'SKaE''fflE^.a^'...Tbi^;���Ea58S.m;S9HS:..flOE<rs..' I  �� c%te,  ��������____. .t-_j��__ ���-       i    f 8: iL^^* s>*��. s. s��as^ carraesSE jsssae: rasas, asebhsssc \tt��� j  .y       *-"p- ���..    ���   ���      ftl   K< S*- 442! aril ~w.   n* . .(' '  s sts^r.take'ssfes'  ,  . Ty���   ��� ���.   JM.T-   i���M���Jp-MM^illiWH ���IIII 111   ���-���r^ ffT'S" *-��fc^���"    I���������������������������I  HOENIX DAIRY  W. ^ McKAT' & SONS, Pm>^.     '  ���JUfeoTO^Ir a��fe.isabo^e Use-s&&sad��uxi In huU*@l( Ifftfe fe -wh&fc  yom-waofe. . Ctar mSfc s. aesaSed aticl h��4�� ^,11 th^ MWtVltUnv  as -grail as faaaMfs-glviBg: qia^Mfea^i���ma> Additional Local News  J. A. Morrin is on a visit to coast  ,cities. ,-';   ._���/,'  Gordon Thompson is visiting.in Spo-  ���kane..��� ���     ���,'"���/ '-...���.        ;  '������   Mr.   McLean   of   Greenwood   paid  Phoenix a.visit Sunday.  :,   :."  :   A. S. McMillan, left- Monday  rnorii-  ,   ing for Buckley Valley.   . ���'";"'  -  Mrs.   K.   V.; Ingram   left   Tuesday  morning for Orient,. Wash.     .", ;:  ;   Officials ofthe C.P.R.paid a visit to  Phoenix Tuesday, hi a special car.!\  ������   Born-f-On Wednesday, May 24th, to'  Mr. andMrs, Wm; Humphreys; a spri.  :   Wanted���Man' to. cut 15 or 20 cord of  wood.    Apply Phoenix  Dairy, 'Phone  A,;McPherson has;beeii appointed  enumerator for I'hoenix and surrouiicl'-  ing district.    > ",'"'"       7 ���  P. Cranley, who has been ailing for  some time, is spending a few days at  Christena lake.  Nick ThompsonJs.now eh route.for  .  Vancouver, where .he. will make some  improvements;'/on his realty.'!.���'  A. A./:Rich"ai'dsbri, agent for the  Hartford Fire Insurance company of  Va,ncQuver;'was in. town this week.  Prof.. Werner wishes to -state for the  benefit of his.pupils, that he will start  his class about the' first of September.  E. E. Gibson, local ^manager for the  West Kootenay -Light ' and: Power  company.arrived in "town/ Wednesday.  Kev. J; A. Petrie will'-conduct the  service in the Presbyterian church,  K. of P. hall, Sunday . in61,11 ing at 11  o'clock. .  ...     .���'./....  .;,'. , ,     ' '   -  The,editor of.this pajuM'. has.a warm  place in his heart for tho;. friends .who.  bring or send in uewj item'*, ,-li iy the,  desire "o& this paner' tfi J^lvy' all the  news all the time, aiid those 'who lend  us their assistance to that .end have  ot:r linboiiiidod:gratitude.   '  DBRECT-FROM ITS BIG TOUR OF THE STATES  IS D A Yr JUNE. 6  B.  Will appear in PHOENIX  OPERA  HOUSE  C. WHITNEY'S WELL-KNOWN  ;   MUSICAL COMEDY���The  30 PEOPLE���20 PRETTY GIRLS  A CARLOAD OF SCENERY  Songs of the Whistling Kind���Dainty, Delightful,  DANCING SURPRISES  Special Prices s  -'.75c. and $lBd��j   no higher.  NOTE:   The Management Guarantees '"THE ISLE OF SPBCE" to be the Best Show for the Money  V ever given in Phoenix.  Chef McKay of the Pacific hotel,  Greenwood, and Wife were in Phoenix  Monday night, attending''The Barrier"  at the opera house.  John Mclver, aii old timer in the  Boundary, is over from Rossland attending the funeral of Mrs. McMillan,  who died in Greenwood;  O. B. Smith, superintendent of the  Granby company, left Tuesday morning for the Hidden Creek properties,  now under bond to the Granby.  S. J. Hall, recently editor of The  Boundary Creek Times,, is now at  Comox, Vancouver Island, running a  store in connection with a hotel.  "The Barrier" was the attraction at  the opera house last Monday night,  and the company was greeted with a  large and appreciative audience.    The  advance sale of seats was the largest  for some time in Phoenix, which goes  to show that the people will give a  worthy company' good support. The  play from start to finish was well received, and each member of the company is an actor of exceptional ability.  The company went from here to Boss-  land where they played on Tuesday  night.  At a meeting of the Miners' Union,  held on Saturday evening, May 27th,  Prank Gessler was elected to the position of secretary for the ensuing term,  to take effect July 1st.  Napoleon Docksteader who returned  Wednesday from a trip to James  Lake, reports fishing good. Unfortunately the fish are unfit for food, being  full of worms.  TT  Hazel wood  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.  Sug/ar Cured Hams, 23 cents per lb.  Pure Leaf Lard, 31b. pail, 55c.  51b.   "    90c.  n  a  n  \a-  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  E 2  BBSS  ��� P'i  ':-"W  ���������9  :���������'��  ��� ���������������vfl  ���M  i  - ��1  I  I  Hi  4  /Hi  ���n  ��� n  '-.ft.  I'M  i  '-4  ��� ��� t, I  ���:Sl  ���'.fel  M  < 1  I ���[  -:&B  ^^^^^^sx^m^KimsLis^  mmi^immimmviimmi^nm^him^fiM\mmmn.utiiimM i  aarm  S'(%> Cv'-Kprf-: v'-i-.'^ i. ..-. ���>,.       .. ,-   ,-��� .-....���...���,.-������.       ,     ���,-.-,.������ . . , -   .. ^____^___���1-<���^  V?'.L?K//'Sty:���.>'*<'' :'ii'<-'  ]��||iSil71l7;7^ ''77;:  Jll|fff;pt7777;,";,7-  . J, ���'(��/;',;'-.-'.  ;^df it' f/m��m7^3ca^ti^;'-a|B3 ^itibdut'^opl'  [SlipIi7|I7;I^ ..,,-,...,   ||| ||||��jlj^^  should  ���o^/7ptMr-:7J^  :stffld;p^  :��apes: ''.sho0d^'jt^'00d  ;be'z'put|tiatp/ it7/7.7:/!f $177. _ ^  ;;71^(^iliia��a^^^ ?';fe:!j~'"'''"'  L'la-  ,',i:.'!A%-,J:,,!  Certificate of Improremeiit notioe ^99day^?7-501 than that taken by  any other fjby-'  <so dajs$ j ernraent,   and   that  the sooner all  ���''"- "-' ���'   JK^S��    'V r,:' '*��� '"'' '  ���'������,'v'7'''     '7''   '���' ������-:;-' ''������>'-'r-'C";\;\;<'--'��k <^'<,t- .^.'������^I'.-.'y-'-V.'V''.'-'.-';,'^ \:7"-'.'. -i,.^h-'iv.iv-.'-������Vi  -: J: to.-. gti;in:iis^^:T0^t^B^  77Ailo^e^leg^  _..  S Wagfe :oo3umii^ g i tbev gbvermn&i1i  oeaafcs a liue ftw each  pajreil izieastu��mezit.  KlS'uaSr1  ;'t;.;'--'i'"H-;r::-;cA::,''.  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'^**^^.;:;of7exfM��^^  *r��joj|0jrj��^^  IllilPlllliiplli  lfM����rai**��-'-'r*-'j^K.--i--"S'WH'^^^ 'Ke1 r''-i-��->��'i!;i:^'^'i:r::!;iffi.~����I,a:'*r^c��^^  ||fe77?77;7ri-7::  :.;nio^|hent7itp/  tih^EiD^lanlJi^anicli  ||W^vha)^yu^tJ^eiyed/;:a/lsh^  g|h^J^n^t7be7;ex  j^i|i��/^d/^urabilit^   ���_^3^:;'^^1?11!^^  ^0fetgEv^r>^ing-^a ::Man /Wears7  THOMAS RRnWN  7|-|^|^S|/a^|paMSJi|eJ^^  ���'77vears^:alroS7 S7 f^.^Pl^K^^^Mf: -fla^idi&fomitha^ ^LfSmfMi  ,c ^JS^^���:-,,^,;  yearsTagd ..., .  3 M@^i ^^^^^^^SSi^ip^i^^^^^^  1/ i if;..... ,.,..  I'i||ii77  i^ vS f:��17777  1^-, B?     'fe'-:'vS-<'iW.':  ^ur|pi^|^^a|:;gut^  |7piiysSc^7|iw^  ;v^menJ^jployld  mmrnm^mS^^S^^S^m^mm  to  us.  lb]  Iwo^ai^cli^^lyi^i^  ^  i7ex|��iqm^oi|^  cies will be linked together  wire-  :rtQj|^i||gfBJBapa^^  rtE'"n7.|- -.-'.v.1'';,.^.*;'^"7 ���"'-'':'"7-? i  ^5^Jff^|^��^g|c^|g^^||^^^^  ;etc.'-7^t-hiavihe7n^fniS  iUl:  AGENTS  FOR THE  AND SOFT DRINKS  __i7-*��'i^'**-*'' '*''^-*������''--���-"- ���I.-"���'���'',, '-  117  .��.  SI  8fei ���   .^   l4|-::7-v-::  IM^1 I;v4-:-v^'^  I'V';       sf . ���,>.-.^';;,-::.:.v  t,Sf*     K{ ,>.S x>���-���;:,.-���  $fc     |::|-;^>^-  ^    $�� ������! -:'7::'^-  or injurious  br   scrubl>ii  : vpriter,; &r$Xaffi  ;iter; all ^day7;:;;:Neyerth^es^^  at mines ;7tp;;earn';a^|1i^i^;:|s^';i^  womanly occupationfatf^ie00f^m:  .your point of view.:*-;;';7l7ip7*'\-������ HM&^^  0F CIGARS  jijliiiliigii^  HAZELWOOD  tCE CR EAM  a7&"'--:; ^:���';-���-v -^ v ^�� J?r��f*nd -mnr Mt^ ��,^^^^-i-^ TRY  IT II !  a.irt Electric Masaa-g��,  liances.  S ^ !'pi7777777c|77  l'i li ll|llfl|l|?7:777i7  ?...       f-)   fe--:-i-.^o��^-.���'!��� ���-.',! ������:o-"i;:--:-iV-:'-v---.  ^T^116  mountains  around TPhoenix  fare now covered with   wild floors  ii^p^very   color- - aodi:.:-' shade.'3��.No:  !7#^S:;on earth ex^ils this part of  ^riM|<:olumbia' for the grand pro-  7i|p| ion|||^beautiful fiowers'that'g-rbw  l||liiii|ll7with  the ^assistance:.vof  The -undersigned' jbtej^d^Z  m the shdp'ToiiTOfly^'Oib^  H.,."Matthews,^. and7is/;'^e^ured -- iio  execute alt orders  'V    % f  <5-       w4 ^v;i::  ft ?fi  OB  'Si-.-.":  %  n m  7iM^^|��|^Sfl��^sPaPer' is just like  :l|^|||f^7;^||�� only 'differeot.  ^hen/a^in^l^ls; into a' hotel and-  .:';fiads^^om^hipg|^n;;i:the table which  To^es nq^ not raise  hades^iw^tB^i^i^^pird,. and tell him  to 'stoplils .-^^ihotelil^'Well, hardly.  i He',set^7tha^^dp.h'^;tb^ ��� ��� side and  wades into'jtH^M'Sc^y-^dlshes that  suit him. 7 It is^ diifferent with some  3t*'' ��C8��-,i  <Seao*es::.  iastes&f, '-.', 'A&cyoar' j  and Supplies  Books/Stationery,   Leather Goods,  China,  puml 1^ Organs, Violins,  Guitars, Mandolins, Small Wares,  " fiCCaJEBKlt'S  MARVEl>ae  not sgxmSs&sss  book�����eaJedJ ..�������,,  uiaxsaixl directions*  WIHDSOL.   Witwisor, Oaf.  GasecsSAjpess*  -THE PHOENIX PIONEER" for your  next job of Printing. A Trial order  will prove that we can please you.  SSwHBiyiWiRigglilBHiPjfKgfflSWMMflfJ' BSBnWBralftBteBffljItSliiWTO^ iara (Pacific  V'jJi  ,fA Bright Picture  'A  '  Eastern Excursions  v  i  :  fReducecl rate tickets on sale at  C. Pi R.   Ticket /.office-May i 16,1  # B 18';i9; 2^ 23' #'* 2S> 27'  28, :29 ahd pother "dates iri fjune>  July;" AugustV and! /September.  Good to return' uhtilOctoper 31 I  Winnipeg V ������;.  $  6o.co[  i i'�� u    t   s   ������  91.5o  *;��  Montreal  |St. John  Halifax  St- Paul  | Chicago  New York  Philadelphia  Boston  105.OQ  120.ool  v 127.50  8  6O.00I  " T2.5o  108.5O  108.50i  ���*       - '     t -'Or   '"I  1    10.00  .0  Rates'to other parts on appli-  Icatiot].L"7 Stop overs allowed with-  !in limits/ Good via thei \Great|  Lakes; intone or both directions.  Early sleeper reservations/ means j  best choice. For further par-  lticulars,w;rite'or* apply "to '"  J. B.^ckRTER  I Depot Ticket Agt.  Phoenix.  ,  ',     W. J..WELLS  Dist. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.., -  1 /Western Ganada presents a strik-  ing" pictij re;today; ��.' The snow, after  having" idpneJ ?its' duty} fo the soil,  disappeared j, /rapidly.* Qne, early  morning- this sjprinlg ihe, ^western  farmer awoke, his eyes'turning to  the clear:, blue sky and his thoughts  to' the plow:: The, rich, blacks sou  of the west was turned;early.; ,'Sum-  mer came'.^almost .before*' it was  realized   that, spring, 'was visiting.  '/Seeding'has been completed some  time and crop .prophets are already  preparing, their schedule of scares  and,- pleasant, surprises. Cereal  statisticians have dusted their adding  machinesi and got mental figuring  apparatus into shape/for juggling  withmillions-of bushels "and acres.  Collections   are, good,'.factories are  '   .--'    -  *'. t\-\ ' ���^ .  working  full ,'time��  Dan^   clearings  are satisfactory, building; statistics  are increasing, and neuT population  and7capital are coming^,into the  country as quickly as isK'desirable'.  Things in'the west are humming.  It is a bright picture of'-Western  Canada 'which the industrial and  agricultural pibneers^of the/country  have painted for nineteen"7hundred  and eleven. .' May their /good busi-  hess. sense* keep ^enthusiasm* within  its proper .limits.  1 >  j v   /*/.�������*,*  ^l^-  ���~K    *      A  /fcyi      f >l  .A .,'  Why, of  Course!  we'll send you a case of  PHOENIX  BREWERY  BEER  and congratulate you on 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  ���   '  be.  'PHONE  23    '���������::-������  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  Met Death in Fire.; .  A disastrous and fatal   fire occur-  .' ������'  red at Silverton early Tuesday morn-  ing, destroying the entire block, in-  eluding   the   Victoria  "hotel,    Mrs'.  Carry's   grocery   and   W. H. Bran-  don's   store   building,   occupied . by  E. Paterguin.and family.  Robert McTaggart of Sandon]  Robert , Fairgrieve, F., L: Fair-  grieve, bartender at the Windsor,  and a foreigner from Phoenix were  burned to death in the Windsor  hotel. .The registers-was burned  and other names are not yet , 'obtainable and possibly others are in  the ruins.  Several others stopping at the  Windsor were badly burned and  injured and are now in the hospital.  The hotels were crowded with  guests at the time of the fire and  the Selkirk house was only saved  by the heroic efforts of guests and  townspeople.     '  The fire originated in the Windsor. The cause is unknown. It  spread sc rapidly that few of the  guests secured their clothing.  ...The total   property loss   is nearly  $50,000, with $6,800 insurance.  . ff  ' 1  .  MISTER  1      I  I" ^ ''      / .. �� '        "*      4  l **        ix ���f,i  |,; We want to talk /to you about Fit-Reform Clothing.  Fit-Reform Garments  o  7 are made in the large tailoring establishment of E. AV  " Small & Co., of Montreal, who are by lonje; odds the  biggest and "best tailors, in  the  Dominion, and who  were the first in Canada to inaugurate the system of  selling hand-tailored clothing through  the,merchant,  r v -   .  Fit-Reform. Clothing:  is  positiyely  hand-tailored  goods,   arid, is   made   by  Union Labor���this is true of the ready-to-wear goods  as well"as the made-to-order stuff.     "No sweat "shop 7  product can'come into this store."  7 Fit-Reform Clothing:  is sold by only one store in a town, at prices fixed by  the Manufacturers.    We could make far more^money  handling other brands, but we could not give you the>  value, and it's you that counts in the long run.,  Fit-Reform Clothing  is sold exclusively by usJri Phoenix, arid Jn fairness to  yourself you should see the new samples; before plac- j?  ing your order for a suit/with.anyone���call in-andlex-^  amine  the   clothes-^get our prices,  and thenJ decide  where you will buy, and ddn't- take  our/,word  for the '.  fit, just ask anyone whom wey'have?s61d to. < , ' 7   '  NOW LISTEN���Here is a little guarantee which goes  with every suit we sell���Ready-to-Wear or Made-to-Order  ���and as far as we know' you cannot get the same deal  elsewhere. '       _-.*r   ��� " ��� , ' ,,,-7     'i V*-  "if you should be dissatisfied at any time during- one  Year after receiving a Suit from us, with the Fit, Price or  goods, we will cheerfully refund your money. SEEMS  FAIR ENOUGH, DOESN'T IT.  Morrin, Thompson & Co.  Great Northern Railway  Cheap round-trip summer tourist fares to points in Eastern  Canada,    New   England,   Central   and   Western   States.  A. S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Fire Losses in Canada.  The fire losses in Canada for the  first four months of the current year  total $5,361,875, an, average of  $1,340,468 per month. This is  equal to a daily loss of $44,682. In  other words,v $l,iS61 worth of prop-  ertyhas been burned every hour  since the new year dawned, or $31  every minute. This is an appalling  fire loss, and little is being done to  check such an extravagant waste of  capital.  ROUND-TRIP PHOENIX TO���  ��� $60.00     St. Paul  6O.00  St. Louis -   70.oo  Halifax   7127.21  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.  ftS I      I  w.  m *,>  U  J*.1  A)      ���>/'  O'f  life ^  Pi  <J%��y>  FVlJ-pFTi-  7s?P'  ���'14  ���  U-Vt  King Edward Lodge  No: 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.  Second Thursday of  each month.1  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  J. J. Stkutzel,  ': Secy.  J. S. Boyce,  W.M.  I.O.OIF.  Snowshoe Lod��?e  i   ' No. > 38  *  7 Meets  every  Monday  Evening  at  Miners' Hall.   Visiting brethren cordially invited.  D. Paterson, Noble Grand  T. A. Love, Fin. Secy.  . W. J. .Rutherford, Kec.1 Secy.  , Daughters of Rebekah  . Phoenix Lod^e No. 17  Meets in' the .Miners'   Union 'Lodge  Hall JFirst and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Pypei�� N.G. \     Miss M. Mackenzie, Sec'y  FRATERNAL ORDER  ' OF EAGLES '*;  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  fleets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  7 v   _    . " John / Love, W. P.  A   - ,        ^ T. B.< Cosgbove, W./Secy.  vv  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    ^st,x-  u Meets HuBSDAT Evening at ,7&d.  7 Sojourning   brothers .cordially   wel-  ".corned. * -. �� *  ��.   -~  , J. E. Garter, K. of R. S.  ,rS. Lundie, O. C.   ���  ,  '   ,r      "���  I  Penticton is erecting- a new, opera  house.   - > ������ *     l'     i'   > , ,  1  Canada was discovered by Sebastian Cabot, June 24th, 1497.  The mines  around, Republic are  now   shipping   ore   to   Anaconda,  Mont. r   ,   ' .  ' >V  1 ,      ') j > . ��� *  There are, now over 400 ,men erii-  ployed   on   grading:  work, on   the  Kettle Valley railroad.    V       ������?!.  7-, ���' >'  Canada has a fishing fleet of 1,723  vessels, and   41,170 boats, manned  by 68,663 men.    21,69^ employed  on shore.    Total, 90,357.  Canada has'one of the world's  most remarkable constabulary forces  in the North-West Mounted Police  of 649 officers and men. ' '   '  , California's, largest gold nugget  was found in 1854 ait Carson -Hill;  Calaveras1 county.. '-It weighed 234b  ozs., and was valued at $37,400.   ?  *, <   '    .   '' '7  . After September 1st it will be unlawful to use an automatic gun in  the quest of game, the fine being  from $50\to $250 for each offence}/  ' The Butcher Boy mine at Republic; has resumed operations, and  is now shipping ore. The, Granby  smelter will handle the output of  this mine upon resumption on June  15th. ^ ,, y  10 years ago 85 per cent of im-  migration coming to Canada, spoke  English; now, 7p per cent. If same,  rate of decrease keeps up the percentage will be reduced to  50 per  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town,  -   First and Third Thursdays.  Mrs. J. Batoman       ?     Mrs. A. D. McKenzie  M.BLC. K.R.S.  DRAYiNG  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid i Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful atten-  tion to all orders.      Phone A65  . James G. McKeown  I cent.  SISTERS I  M       ^  .   . W9*m-n9 The ferry service at Hope, in  the  Mounteln Temple Lodffe No. 17 ' Steamboat Mountain country is tied  up by an injunction, the Vedder,  Captain Garyie's boat, being tern-,  porarily restrained , from carrying  passengers across the Fraser riverl  A writer on Cripple Creek points  to; the days 7when: $40 'pre was  thrown over the dump, and com-  pares it with conditions of nowadays  when, thanks to the. metallurgist,  $3 ore is capabjeof yielding profits.  i In moving the second reading of  tbe'CoaT Mines Regulation^ Bjll,  Hon.R.McBride, Minister of Mines,  said that from' - reports - received he  had no hesitation in claiming that  British Columbia possessed the  largest coal measures in , the world.  J. H. Hawthornthwaite, M.P.P.,  wKo was recently expelled from the  Nanaimo Socialist local because of  differences between himself and the  more radical majority, has been re-  > '        - ���* "'t     '������ '  instated in  good  standing  by the  executive of the Socialist party of  British   Columbia.     At - the   same  time the executivs has cancelled the  charter'of "the* Nanaimo local, de  claring that the charges brought  against the. member for Nanaimo  by that body are "frivolous, inal-  icious and.unwarranted."  First/ English > Governor-General  of Canada���Lord Dorchester���  1768. ' '  Canada's first telegraph line built  in 1846, between .Toronto and  Niagara.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  9)m  Corporation of the City of  Phoenix, B. C.  t,\  Court of Revision  The first sitting of the Annual Court  of Revision for the revising, correcting  and' hearing complaints against the  Assessment Roll, as made by the assessor for the year 1911, will be held at  the City Hall, on June 12th, at 2 p.m.  All persons having complaints must  give notice in writing* to the Assessor  at least ten days before the first sitting  of the Court.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., the 20th  day of April, 1911.  H. HARTLEY, Assessor.  R. V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  i t  ., This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,  heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout  for the accommodation of the public. Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals served at  all hours.  Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Oljpare  f *  SPfSOSpiBOGBOi restores every nerve in the body  **m n^^*��n����'^,tt8 Pr��P��.r *��nsion; restores  vim and viteUrr. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness Averted at ��nee.   Fbosnho&eBwill  SftiKiiLS ?ew ma^ Pricoi&�� b��St.OP *��� f��f  ��?���   Mailed to any address.  SlaeSoibelSEftrnffl  i   SEALED TENDERS  addressed ,to the undersigned and  endorsed' 'Tenders for' School Building" will be received- until the 5th of  June, 1911, for the completion of the  Phoenix Public School., Plans and  specifications showing what is not already covered by contract can be seen  at city office. ' *  ���''  Each tender must he accompanied  by an accepted check on a chartered  hank, payable to the order of the  "Board of School Trustees, Phoenix,  B. O.' equal to 10 per cent of "the  amount of the tender, which will be  forfeited if the person tendering decline,, to enter into a contract when  called upon to do so. If the tender be  not-accepted the check will be returned. The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  ^ .       SECRETARY  Board of School Trustees,  �����*���     ���� ���  -~ Phoenix, B. C.  May 23rd, 1911.  CENTRALLY.LOCATED ON CORNER  BRIOCE  AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Steam Heated, EleetrSo  Liffhtin&.  Telephone 48 and 2��  ibetifx Cartage Co  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling- done,  let us do It for you. That is our business, and we  have tlie equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  ��rs  ��  ass  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwpod, short  or long*, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  PHONE    "HQginX m^'tiMt&S^^^^^  &^��ttff>��K*W*.'  TtUMuMMLnftduaM  ���'   !  ) ���  AVALANCHE EXPOSED  GREAT GOLD DEPOSIT  The King's Hotel  UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT  The undersigned begs to announce that he has purchased the  business and goodwill of the King's'Hotel from Messrs. Shea  and Williams and hopes by careful attention' to business and  courteous consideration of patrons to' receive a continuance of  the generous patronage which the King's has enjoyed,in the past.  a--  <U  F. M. Harrison - - - - Proprietor  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned/ and endorsed Tender  for Public Building, Cranbrook, B.C.,  will be received' until 4 p.m.; on ]Mon-  day, June 12, ,1911, for the construction  of. a Public .Building, Cranbrook, B.C:  , Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained' at' the offices of Mr.. Wm.  Henderson, resident architect, Victoria,' B.C., at the post office, Cranbrook, and at this. Department. . ,  V Persons tendering are notified-that  tenders will .not be^ considered, unless  made oh the printed forms supplied,  arid'1 signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations "and  laces of residence. In the case of  rms, the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of residence of   each   member   of  the firm I  Nature Acts, as  Prospector i��  Valdez Camp:  i      ,  Despatches from Valdez, Alaska,  to the Vancouver World states that  what looks like a fabulous fortune  has been found in the wake of a  snowslide that tore down the side  of Mineral Hill several days ago,  tearing off in its course a mass of  moss and earth and exposing a  wide vein of gold quartz, which  gives values of more than $5000 to  the ton. . , ' '. '7"   ���   -.  The slide tore away part of the  Ibex claim and swept over the  Gentzler-Williams claim, exposing,  exceptionally rich rock and creating  the impression that ;a rival of the  famous Cliff, mine, which - has paid  several thousand per cent in dividends on the amount of -money invested, has been unearthed.  Two .of the claims of the Vancouver-Valdez company of Van7  couver ; are situated within one-  fourth of a mile of the course of the  avalanche, and the shareholders are  consequently in a jubilant mood at  the news. The price of this stock,  by the way, will be advanced on  June 1, to 40c.   < It is  now selling, at \  25c./,  �� -    -   \        /. '-   *' ���*  The discovery has given a great  impetus' to' prospecting at Valdez,  and a general, stampede to the hills  is now in- progress. The whole  town is , excited, and much active  I prospecting in   the vicinity of Glac-  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. -  I  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied I jer Creek   already has   commenced,  by an accepted cheque on a chartered f     _ , ,       ,     , ^       ,  bank, payable to the order of the Hon-       Several hundred prospectors have  left for the hills and many more are  hurriedly throwing  outfits together  E ASTE R N TOWNS HIPS  BAN K  Capital  and   Reserves   $5,250,000  Head Office - Established 1859  -  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Wm. Farweix, President.   S. H. C. Miner, Vice President.   J. Maokinnon, General Manager  ourable the Minister of Public Works,  equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of the  amount of the tender, which will be  forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when  called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the  tender be not accepted the cheque will  be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May 13, 1911.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department.  There will be an increase of 30%  in total acreage in crops in the  three western provinces, according  to J. B. Walker, commissioner of  immigration. His statement is  made on information specially supplied to him by the three governr  ments of the prairie provinces.  preparatory to taking to   the mountains for the summer.  82BRANCHES ;JN  PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  .'AND AT-    '.."������"���  WINNIPEG, MAN. VANCOUVER, B. C.  COLEMAN, ALTA. GRAND FORKS, B. C.  LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHOENIX,  B. C.  TABER, ALTA. PRINCETON, B. C.  VICTORIA, B.C.  Cures Sleeplessness, &cj  If your dealer does not keep them, we will I  mail you a box (18 powders) on receipt of 25c  J. L. MATHIEU Co. Props., Sherbrooke.  rf^ti^M^WUI^i^'ii' *****  MATHIEU S  NERVINE POWDERS.  For Headache,and Neuralgia.  Cmu* ��� Optmu. ����?*����� �� CU.nl  Om fimia will "ftw '*> ��� <���" P>^>���� ���"���  -2  8  Savings Department at all Offices. "  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL    OVER    THE   WORLD  g  ��  1  o  a.  oo  Wants Them to Come Through.  Bro. Grier of the Slocan Record  makes the following terse remarks  to his delinquent subscribers:  "The   Record  does  not wish   to  fill the news columns up  with dunning notices.  Every paid subscriber  is a help to a newspaper;  every unpaid subscription is an injury.    Persons who wouldn't think of hoisting  the finger in a booze   foundry, have  no hesitation in standing  the editor  off for a year  or two.    There   are  about  $500   of  our   money in   the  pockets  of   persons   who  are   too  cussed lazy to mail it to the owner.  If you don't like the   paper just notify your  postmaster  and   save   us  the   expense   of   distributing   free  brain-fever germs.    It  won't  hurt  the editor's  feelings to have a  few  4'Refused" copies  come  home.     If  you can pay and won't pay, quit;   if  you can't pay and will pay when you  can, just take the paper right along  until you   can  pay.    Thus  endeth  the annual dun.     Pass the plate.  ������....���      -  mtgfs 'i    In an article last week in reference  to the resumption of the Granby  mines, it stated work would be resumed on July 15, when it should have  read June 15.  *��:  *���&  \4  if  k  S3  3  .  I--  '\i  -I li  n  1 1*  \:}  \      'P<m  ti  J J  I,  ���I  t [  i .  rf   J  -   t  t-  f-V t-jp. TW(iT,^ WS^^&^kimf^:-^" ��������������� ?'���'%*��� WW:* ;  |   .*UMV14.^.M.hlVA l��*-*.*W  i^firfV WrWLhHOm  ., r, MIW.MIIfclM..^U.  lliillRlSiililli  ||Jt|fll^  iriday when  t}.-m\!^^v?*f'>*.\,yj.'?,--,u- s ������������������ -'���*,������  llII8felPI|?^'''vi ���*��� ^^|:sultediiihKa^c6reii-bf mk-  |f||IJj^rie||irst|j^^  g^ame;  lie^re  tol3;BrlPboe*  Ijllffflft  ;;:':S7ariteedj;;to  ^wqpd^w  ;;.;'%teatft^  'MinttSeltine^^  'le^ihpor&^  $ &5 v4*^c!p--iM'i':fe'i'j:'i ���.'���!V-..V-''  'lit  ���fifili|M||(*-lv  iereljvyte^  iheigimesl ali^einwood^l^hl^ic^v |||��tlSi  |^^^^^M^|ffii��ii|PUGSliY :\ Just Keep your eye on your Uncle Bill���he's some oiler.1  iliiiSiiiiaiii^ i**v>* 1*1  fMnWs  ���>; *���  n  *����"  /���f  S0pffi^^^WKfi^0WSrt'Sairiiile, Rooms in, the,  S^i#lif^lBoiinaii^Si��pposit��f^ -'Great   Northern  * .  M^^^^M^B^j^i^^MM'.'      Modern^ Bathrooms. ��� v  n  ST^MIHE&TED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoeriix, B.C.  ^���'~'&\i.  MEDICINES  lwlMiii*P^:;S::        ������vv^;he;:day:'s^portftW0^nd;^ a  dance at night and |a larg^fnumber  of the ypuiig setj;erijb3��d; the dizzy  whirpfrt^  ^:^J^s��ook^ after their health by pfd-  pyinpfj^^ilonic at this season  of the year.  ..,.,.,,.,, IPJ^SH-g^T  Blood Purifier or  ^^SKff^MWil^I^iiS^I  ' ^iiirtifie Iron Tonic  aroi^^KE|��ilLl FEEL JUST RIGHT.  NOTICE     ,  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  that, under the authority contained  in., section, 131 of the "Land Act," a  regulation has been"approved by the  Lieutenant-Goyernoi^in1 council fixing  the minimum sale prices of first and  second-class lands at, $10 and $5 per  acre respectively.   ' \ , *  This regulation .further provides that  the prices" fixed therein shall apply to  all lands with respectto which the apr  plication-toc> purchase' is given favorable consideration after this date, notwithstanding the'date of such applicar  tionor any delay that "may have ocf  curred"in;, the consideration of the  same.  - -. Further notice is hereby given that  all persons'who have pending applications to purchase lands- under the provisions of section 34 or 36 of the "Land  Act" and who are not willing to com-  letesuch purchases under the prices  xed by theaforesaid regulation shall  be at liberty to withdraw such applications and receive refund of the  moneys deposited on .account of such  applications.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C. April 3rd, 19111  tf;tt*r:;  Druggist  WOOD  Europ^an?Cpp|er Market  JA copper mah connected w^    one  ^^^S^3^^^^^J^W^^*its in  jiist^returned  ���*Busmess all  .^^.^,..���., ., ,..,.���,..,.,. _.., #��r��pe is fine and? ihe  copper  is   that  exceed  If you are looking for a present for that friend  of yours about to be married, you will find  nothing; nicer or more appropriate, than one of  our Mantel Clocks.'  Also a nice line of Gilt and Bronze Clocks, very  reasonable. Call arad Look Them Over.  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $4.50 per cord.  Pine Wood,  double cut,   per  cord, $6.00.  jlLo   Ju\o   Jo JL<rJrata^yjLV.  The Jeweler  WOOD DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  RiOTBCS. 'Phone B32  nson  Permanently dis-  *��� pels the need for  Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs. It counteracts the  effects almost instantly���remove* all cravings.  After taking the treatment there will never be any  need to drink intoxicants or use drugs agairi. Can  be given secretly. We have yet to hear of one  failure. Mailed under separate cover to^anyad-  dress. Price S5.0Q box, or 8 boxes for $10.00. TlM>  QoobeU Brrag Co., St, Caftharfines* Out.


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