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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 11, 1911

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 Hi!  m  '"���*���&  ''��  'Jf  ���If  ''4  ���vf  ' 'i>';  *   . ���*-  Twelfth Year  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, MAfcCH-11,-1911  ��***���  ?{<���*  No   16  EXTEND APPRECIATION  ���    '    </'   vr,.    -'    VUi/'.iS   J,JJl >-"'Oit J   i:  TO E. MILLER, M.P,P.  GRANBY SMELiTER IS;NOW-  ",''- \:ORERAXI]tf G- FULL BEA'ST,  'Tf-5 i";>';;i .Jf- 'Vri v M���n;;T ji  ..; ,;.;/��� 7-  r��r  'iTT);-.iii'ir   \  School Board Passes Motion at  Meeting Thursday Evening  "That the Board of School Trustees of the city of  Phoenix   record  their   hearty   'appreciation',! of "the  spleridld efrorts' of 'Iln "��rnfcg�� Mu-  .  ler, local member of the Legislative  Assembly of  British   Columbia,   in  . * .��'/',      ���, ���    ���    I'll.'.  presenting- the claims of Phoenix  for governmental assistance towards  the building of the new,school, and  especially thank him for securing  the generous appropriations, totaling $10,000, which will make possi-  ble the construction of a substantial  educational building; and that Mr.  Miller be forwarded a copy of this  resolution."  The above resolution, which was  moved by T. A. Love and seconded  by.'D. .J. Matnesoh, was1 passed at  the regular , monthly meeting of the  Phoenix   School Board   held in   the  i     <  city hall on; Thursday evening, a  communication,having been receiv-  ed from Mr, Miller stating that an  additional grant of $4,00t)^id VeW  made by the educational department  at Victoria towards, the new Phoenix school.,  . Hartley was reappointed*truant officer and instructed to see  that all children of school age within the city are attending school.  The salary of E. L'Heureux was  raised from $20 to $24 per month  as janitor, his duties having been  increased.  '       _���_    The  secretary was   authorized to  i *y �� .  Ore Shipments from Mines., Being ,ln$r?a$$d~Work  Starts on Chesaw Claims���Smelter Returns ���>  for jihudi-jr. ;  ���^ f.' . f   ���   i  . - r     * *    '  ,   ' " . i1    '       ���> i    '  ,   t.        i   ,���:,��� ^  ,, i      * ? ,.-.  5  New Cyanide (Plant >'Now Ready  ,,.,,,   forPperations.   ,,,4'v'WMj  1 return to P. H. Cosgrove his mark-  ed check for $7006irthe completion  i-  of a satisfactory bond that   he   will  complete   the   hew school   building  '.according to agreement.  -- . A motion, was passed authorizing  ) the payment to P. H. Cosgrove,  ".contractor of the new school, from  itime tojtime,on the recommendation  jjofthe   building  inspector, amounts  not   more   trian   75 per cent of  the  work done. ���   '  "l '''      ��� ���.,    i. ^    . ������ v    ���-'     ^  (   The   three'^iirua<Jes,lat?fGr^nbyj  ���'�����.-. wi* ,W.    >,.r>'     *v*'',     '',1^-'"      .���**��'     ^*'J I  smelter which had  been down were'  i  blown,in the earlvpart of this week  and the entire battery is now in full:  bjast and are treating about 3,500  tons of ore per diam. The repairs  to the Victoria outlet of the mines  were completed Sunday and the out-  put during the latter part^ of the  week has, been runriing^close.to 4,-'  000 tons a day, and from now on an1  ample supply of ore will be given  the   smelter.     There  is   plenty    of  coke hibw arriving.,at  the, smelter  /���*    * s�� '     '��� "*   * '  and a' record run, ;vvill   probably be  made   during   the   balance  of this  month. .      - i ��� : ���  The Granby has completed the  deal whereby it takes a working  bond on a number of claims on  Copper mountain, near Chesaw,1  Wash. .. E. E.. Campbell, assistant  engineer atttrarray^rnmes, lett Phoenix Thursday, accompanied by- P.  Boyles, diamond, drilling contractor  to, commence development on the  property, where the ''nfachinefy is  ready for operations. Only diamond  drilling will be"done for the present.  :  CLIFF MINE SHIPS ORE  The Cliff mine at Rossland, which  the Granby company is developing  under bond, , has commenced the  shipment of ore to Granby smelter,  253 tons having been shipped in  February. The shipments, .however, have been more or less ah experimental tonnage.. A' crew of  about 15 are Working at the property.       , '  FEBRUARY SMELTER RECEIP-fs    :���;"  During; ihe. month- :&t ^Febjruaiy  128  864  495  28  264  lit  67  218  {the- qref, receipts, at,.,Granby j. smelter amounted ,tp'84,325..toivi, 81,5^0,  of. which'was from.the - cornpaqy'sj  mines at Phoenix and the, balance;  from foreign, properties. ,< The,ton-,  age was as follows:  Granby, Phoenix. 81,580  Cliff, Rossland       253:  Arlington, Slocan, . ..........  Snowstorm,  Idaho   Insurgent, Washington   Amazon, .Washington   United Copper, Washington.  Little ��� Giant, Republic   California, Rupublic   Quilp, Republic   Sfurprise,; Republic       247  l^orth Sanpoii;; Republic. !..       122  Knob Hill, Republic.'         48  . The  total   ore    shipments,  from  >    ^ ��        '  ��� ,���',.���"���  Granby   mine   for   the    first   eight  rribnths   of  the. present   fiscal '<��� year  are^ 646,777- tons. and,v during that  period'>6,883   feet   oft development  work has been done.  ,  JANUARY SMELTER PRODUCTION  The   Granby.   company   produced  1,758,518 pounds of copper at a cost  of 10^��  cents a pound   during   the  month of January of this year, seven  furnaces being in   operation   at  the  smelter   the  greater   part   of   the  month.    The output  of silver   was  33,730    ounces   and    gold     4,426  ounces.    This   compares   with   1,-  643,613   pounds   of copper, 35,083  ounces of silver and   4460 ounces  of gold in the previous month and  with 2,077,985  pounds  of copper,  31,5��l   ouncs   of silver  and  4,760  ounces of gold  in  January a year  During--the- past- few days the  new cyanide.miUiiatithe.-iNapoleon  rVMfi<otfi tb.^Briti^i ^qJurfllsia^Cop-  per company ^asrbe^frjut in.:opejar  tion .and some test runs, made to try  iPMtjth^ plan*. The.jmjl^^whichhas  beqn Jn ,cpqrste,. of, cpps^ru^tion for  ���sqme months, has a,,capa<:ity of /iqO  ton*; pen.day an<| ,l|as. beqn buil^a^a  cost of,about $20,000.,, *:.*',  yi..TfcSrrNapqlsp.!; in^-th^.p^gt.t l^as  beep worked : injerm^tten^ly ,to.; suo-  P^ ttH deficiency^of^.sulpjii.de^jn  fOt.her, oresnat the^company^s smelter. Overlyingn the , uqalt^r^d ,si3l-  phides;is,a;flarg^^bpjdy, of oxidized  pre,, cqntaininer., gold,, whic^h, hfas  been s^sten^atically^ Jexp>lorejd-,?by  drifting.. Last,, April, a. carload of  ^hese oxides wasj;shipped,��o, Denver  fo^PiiMing l��?st��. a^_a ifesult^o^wVjich  the,. company decided, to. build., the  stamp mill atjy the site,.near the Na-  poleon. ,  :        f;:<. '/;.;���,   ,4^r,     i- ,  "��'"> Boundary Ore Tonnages"'  Following1 are the  returns r'of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district'for the "week  ending Mar. 11 and for year to date:  Granby ...... 19,603 212,267  Mother Lode......  7,202 59,199  Jack Pot       962 5,306  Rawhide ,..      412. 34,280  Snowshoe   2,100 3^,2^0  Number Seven         70 1,3,50  Phoenix Amalgmt'd 1,950  Total 30,349 336,250  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby :. 18,005   214,645  B.C. Copper Co. ..9i851       105,472   -*+ .   The   British   Columbia    Copper  Copper Remains Inactive     ;  There is little in thexOpper market:  situation to indicate improvement in  the metal prices inthe near 'future.''  Consumers are buying in the "u's'Ual  way, in small quantities, arid authorities say they   will   proceed   in   this  time the line is graded from  Prince-  Tracklaying on V. V; & E. $���[  Tractclaying on the V. V; 4 E, litie  northwest from Princeton will commence in about two months, according to J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer.  Mr. Kennedy stated that on  account of the snow near Princeton  not^^^^tbliltl-; :fefe -;' dortl^for; 'Me  time, but just as soon as the summer  'sdksoW'arrived the work of pushing1  the steel west Ward to the coast would  b&g&rte"atieatl wi%.    At the present  manner until /the , ''slibrerrie :c5ui*t  cases cease to have effect on market  and industrial aflFairs. x The copper  market has experienced'almost two  months of inactivity, prices moving  narrowly and never exceeding 12-  thr.ee-eight cents a pound for ��� elec-,  trolytic.  ton, six^eeW mil^s to Tulameen and  it is tinderstcfod that when the tracklayers begin,Ton the Princeton end;,  to put the rails on the grade, other  gangs will continue the grading.  Work is being pushed at the Westj-  ern end of the V. V. & E., says Mr.;  Kennedy.   J. W. Stewart at present  has about 150 men oh grading operations between Abbotsford and Sumas  river. This contract which originally  extended to Chilliwack, but which,  it is understood, is being cut off at  Sumas river to permit the railway  company to-use Canadian Northern  tracks between* the river and Hope,  i��'6ver 60 per cent completed. It  will probably be .done in about two  months and a half it is thought.  ���" ' ��� ��*��� ���   company's smelter treated .9,851  tons of .pre this week as ipllows.:  Mother Lode, 8&22K J^ck Pot, 3,8[p;  Rawhide, 240;  Napoleon, 409.  J&ich Strikes  News comes from Alaska of, rich  free milling strikes at Val<iez^laska  and it is said the place is destined ��o  be one .of the biggest of the fA-lJ��ska  camps. Jn;- iMay last one < of- the,  strikes was worked on a $30^000  'company formattonyandiin 30 *^days  jpaidtia 25*percent, idividend, and in'  five months  turned-out ,$155^000.  Stringing Tram Gable  In the constructiop of the tram  line to the Lone Star..mine*.which  is now nearing completion, 24 miles  pf cable -is heing used. The cables  arejn spools , weighing .up to njpe  tops each apd D. L, -McElrqy pf  Phoenix had charge of teaming them  over the route. On some of the  heavy grades ten horses were not  able to move the spools and it-be-  j came oepessary to resort to means  fpf blpck^apd,, tackle.  Crow's Nest Pass Coal.  The -directors <of the Crow's Nest  'Pass Goal company will meet shortly to discuss resumptipn of dividends, which is expected in the  near future.  ���   miMirwwa  1}- ,.Vi ��;,?  V  ...4^     -^  4,fJ��  J  1  r  t 1-  ��'l  PI  )< 1  H  q +'  V r,  i 'r;  -i  i  I  if*'  Wl i  W'l  m  m  i  ff  m  i  ��*A  \ I  jfi   .an      i.iu mr- >I��"'J ���"���  IV��' ��� '��� ��� iwrn'Miiiiiu' m> v|-nJ"T��� wewuBfm.'  '$p  -is ���  ','1  I' i  *7,4,> ��4,  w  Ui--;f  ���Tj     I  r /-  4-  0 ���,  Reply to Challenge  The Allowing telegrainffwas received ifi reply fp the ^oenix^haj-  lenge fof the"-Stanley Cup P * '      k  Av A. White, , >   *      .���>.��������  Sec'y Phoenix .Hockey Club,  ! " Phoenix, B.C.  "^Jdn^en^'reb^T^' Regret impossible <#b;;fgive> you^dates: ^is  season- as 'there ��are three other  ? challenged beforei?the .trustees. If  Aybi? so desire', 'will' Arrange for a  series of matches with the holders  ;qf the cup at, the opening of next  season.    (,���m,;_ ;  < ..wm/'Foran.  '���''j,-  ���i i.  ".t. *;*;: Sunset, the*Knocker  'The'editor of the Saturday Sunset  may* be5 VsomeT pumpkins"'in  dis-;  ^cussing 'gambiers,   tinhorns; ' boot-  legge��-^and'fourflushersr, with whom  he appears tbJ be particularly; inti-  rhateV   b^ut i:he    is" niighty   small:  potatoes in5 discussing 'British Col-'  umbia hockey.^HeWailedI; to  take  -cognizance When Phoenix landed the  {hree4 leading fekey'trophies of the .  ;^rpvinceV - but "gets;husy^with   his  little haihmeY wheW the   challenge  was sent tp Ottawa.      ,   .  v^ In hisattempt to belittle !Phperiix  "he5 talks ��� utter  torn my rot ras' to' the  /chances of the "Stanley Cup coming  Vwest.'' Thedefenders of thel'cu^are,  Jriot ^nvinciblei1 hockey   gods.    The  ^^p^fe^tieen^west'-'tor-Winhipelp   viww> _   _..  tnVee!tirnes; iWlspHraV&led wesftq   fr&ghi; lead.'  -Kenorara smaller town thari'Phoe- | i'',b,at;^���^'  BILL MINER" GETS ,  C TWENTY pAB^S  Jjhi.  "a,''v -������>  /������.-v'i^'--:":--^; :M  S��'-' "���-'.���'.,#:  The   Notorious   Train   Jobber  Will Not Come Back Soon.  .< Geo. Anderson, alias "Old-Bill"  Miner,,was.given a prison sentence  of 20 years and George Hanford  and'Charles Hunter were sentenced  to 15 years'each at Gainsville, Ga.,  for the, robbery of the express car  on" the Southern railway ekpress  near White .Sulphur .Springs;-.recently. After being sentenced .the  prisoners thanked the judge for not  imposing heavier sentences. Anderson pleaded not guilty and turned  state's evidence. They said Anderson was the leader of the gang.,  which was Organized in Pennsylvania with the avowed purpose of  committing a train robbery in Georgia. "Anderson is 65 years old.  QUEEN'Sl!ii|TELi  v i>.. W- %- 'jCHlSftol^|^i^iS;-^>:^';'':: :-i-^ -::';::"v"kT^:-  \   ty  DANNY DEAN^ii^ti^er;;|;:;;\..      .....,........_,���... ...  "'        *'''   'S   4"  '''''fhlsJis;^  heatea hpstea^  .    . , fb��the accommp  air-;hours^^  liftth:::pHoiic^^  "-���V;-0      :.'^Xt--y -'I:.      ���  L 4l        ','  'i   I1   v,  '';��*'*,  Bar  TA-  CENTRALLY  LOCATED ON CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  ' y 'ut v ���  ,/.4<j"-.:'  ..'..'.-��'  Steam Heated, Electric  'tiisihtini/.,,;^-  Telephone 48 and 26  1' *  ���'." '���'       '   . ��� ���  -7''' '���.-.������.',���'- ���.'-'���'���-���'''���."-'-.    - ".   ' '      '''-'   ,7.7 '''"'' . . '��� '7'���'���''�����" ���' ���  , !'���  I   i"  Campbell Wins Out.  4 J I ,        , I  "VC. M. Campbell, president of the  Phoenix Curling club',.won out on  Thursday evening in - the( curling  competion for the Toronto Silver  Plate trophy, when , he downed  Marshall's rink, skipped by <Fl J.  Harbinsoh, in the .final. The winning rink was composed of C. M.  Campbell, skipi *Chas.' Davidson,  vice; T.   Simpson,   second,   and C.  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to r0o�� Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot:       v    V      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  ��  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  Kenbra;;a smaller town thari'Phoe- U\Tresident'   Campbell   and   Vic'  nix. vThe. Allan,;.Cup, the> ��� worlds   p^dgntl. j;   E.    f hompson   ha^  ~"- ^.1..-        U~r.lra.i7        r-Humninnshio   '>"        "A-j--1   !_"j:. .:jv.'..i   ' .!..'. ^i; ��'�����   J*,.-  ice-  ave  -������ kmateur a hockey .vchampionship  ,-trpphy, now; rests at Winnipeg;{the  ^Minto. Cup, representing'the worlds  ^championship, lacrosse  is in   British  Columbia���at ^ New,    Westminster,  .^the,little city of which Vancouver is  4 so jealous-r-and   the   Canadian   ski  .^championship  cup   is   in    Phoenix,  British   Columbia.     If   the*Sunset  '{would opeWhis eyes   he  would  see  /that   the   trophies  denoting .sport  ..achievements:.are slowly  but surely  moving, westward^ and.it   is  only a  -:matter of ,time until anything of note  that.is portable, will be>\in  British  Columbia.    Phoenix will not get the  Stanley  Clip this   winter/ but there  Lare other  seasons' coming, and for  the information   of  the   Sunset ' we  -^may remark that the  Phoenix challenge has  not .only   been accepted  but dates are given.  In looking about for the cause of  "the' Sunset's knocking  we  find  the  editor has not particularly fond recollections of his last trip  to   Phoenix, when he should have been 4<ex-  -amined   by   a< doctor"' instead   of  presented^ individual curling stick  pins to the winners of the Pither-  Leiser competition recently completed The winning rink' was composed of G. L. McNicol, skip;' Chas.  Davidson, vice; \V. X. McDonald,  second, and A. B. Cook, leadi  ������ . +. ���  * > <  The Queens.  The new building of the Queens  hotel will be open on Monday, when  a large number ot new rooms will  be ready for occupancy. The management w.ish to take this opportunity of thanking the many" who  took part in'fighting the fire and to  extend an invitation to call and  have a smoke or a touch of Jim  McCfeath's specials. The Queens  has also opened additional rooms at  the Alexandra, where a dining room  is in connection.  Royal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND  BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete line of PIPES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS  AND CIGARETTES ..... Always in Stock  finest Secection of CONFECTIONERY, Try the  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR - CHOCOLATES..  New^First-Class Barber Shop t^Z  ,.->    ^   ;       an a'EASY    SHAVE,'  STYLISH    HAIRCUT,     REFRESHING  ...:-."        MASSAGE . *.       . \   ���' , '. '      INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  COSGROVE & McASTOGKER, Proprietors:.;  Phonograph Raffle  Two Phonpgrai  Other Prizes  See our Window  A. B]  The Jeweler  Consolation,for Nelson 1  There   is  double consolation for  the Nelson hockey team in   the approach of warm., weather.    The at-  . .  ,. , -.   ��f    ��   , , 1    fc-       mosohere will be mpre soothing to  fbeing turned   loose   as   an   election   rau7"CiC Wl , Jf  '"spouter.  ~^fr~  i* u.  Tony Turano returned last night  from his .trip to Italy..  '�������� Arthur -Butterworth returned last  night after a trip to his old home at  Southport, -England. He reports a  splendid trip.  their feet, while the danger of Phoe  nix team trimming them this season  will be averted.  ^oni.  that Colcl  *^��  . Love'Sflrpn, Quinine   and Wine;  jifc* a'jgenuine.bracing.tonic���just the  "thing for this  rime   of year.    Price  75 cents.  Phoenix Grows  Born ���In Phoenix, on Saturday,  March 4th, to Mr. and Mrs. Gus  Larson, a son.  Born���In Phoenix, oil Wednesday,  Mar. 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rankin,  a daughter.  Born ���In Phoenix, on Thursday,  Mar. 9th, to.Mr. and Mrs. Timothy  Baldwin, a daughter.  Cascara Bromide of Quinine Tablets,  taken properly w��M quickly knock all  the "grippy feeling.      25c. .per box.  >ur-,>QQ.uffh Syrup  Will stop that cough if given a trial.  An enemy to the "frog" in your  throat.    50c. a bottle.  9  i  ;  ftl  i  r  i.  ���V ' '">^A"A4s44U.,:j  Zt Jnm.��uwwl  i ������  T^  iiffllHSSaBE^ii^ Sg^iii^&jrfii'V  iT'^'rl''-'1"'1'^  i. Wi.i i��iiiii it'r.v.v.wnii  I i iiin��iiiiii<��w����i-i��r)>��iiii\i^iwiM.M��wMa��i)^lBiwaBB)W  iff  '���'      ,t  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  ���-���: r      r  r   ^  Regular communication at 8  p.m.,4 Second. Thursday ot'  "v each'month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  J.-J. Stbutzbl, *' "' J. S: Boyce,  Secy. W.M.  i.aO.F:  Snowshoe Lod&e  '" aw"        o����  <v i*j;,lfli;''?''''"'       v r     WO;;-*!*     ' .,    ;  ;'Meets every Monday Evening 'at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren ^cordially invited. ( ,  no .question',J:4asS.lvtP/J;,,the;)gxoj5fth  in  British Columbia of the use of habit-  forming drugs.  He gravely question-  ,ed, however, that ^legislation woi|fd  accomplish the desired results,    ljfce  -   >*:*���*>   ,.,���/.*- %[  Province had recently^ had experience  with the Local Option   or Scott ^t  agitation, in which i legislation   w$is  if}'!  sought in the direction of repressing  &��  M  D/Patersdn, 'Noble Grand  T^pA.1.' Loye,; Fin> Secy.      ;'- >,',  V$>J.\Rutherford, Rec. Secv.^   r'" -**.\   ,    >, �����   i" i <;'.. '  '     .,   -���       v  J?RATERNAL; ORDER  $        OF EAGLES  a  '.4.  is.  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets m Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers'are always welcome.  ' John Love, W. P.  ,,* T. B. CpSGBOVE, W. Secy.  /I,  'Vi  K. of P.vLodge,  No. 28  --JH  Phoenix  B. O.  Meets TtrBSDA'V'Evening''"at 7.30.'  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  ��� "'^^^-:^^^arteH^^R/WJ'  S. Ltjndie, C. C.  the drink habit,  and the' couclusipn  , .i,      ,iii,i i^.  had been reached by all merKof sound  judgment that it had'been.'found im-  ���possible by - legislation,toi/suppress  the-practice of excessive'drihkingvbf  'intoxicants.     This was by no mea^s  a local, conclusion, but a'.'Vconclustbn  '*  ���   ���  /'. ���;���, ���;< ���      ' ��� ���  <���>'.' v��  abased upon the, experience of all Afli-  V -"���' ''''' ��� >*' ������' ' *'" ���'j'' *������>'  "erica. ���- Maine1' in particular had en-  deavored to suppress by prohibitory  enactments, the use/or abuse   of\in-  toxicants.     It had there been sought  not;--' m'erejy   to/ suppress    excessive  ,drinking, but'to interdict the use'vof  intoxicants in' any degree whatever.  There   and   elsewhere   it   had 'been  found that legislative prohibition \yas  altogether  ineffective.  law succeeded  merely in closing  "'rOpen vand    controlled    salaon,  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  and       .        (  Boundary Mining Journal  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United Stales.  T. Alfred Love,' Publisher.  ���'���-���-.��� ;���:,= ���-     .-: ADVERTISING ^SCALE.7;       r    ' '  Application foi* Liquor TLicence (30 days) . .$4.00  Certificate of Impix)veinent hntice (60 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)  h:-.; :..-......;...��� -7....;.;..,;>....;;;.>...C.-.V.:.,. $7.50  -Delinquent Go-owner notices (90 days) ....$10.00  ���Water, notices - (30 days).. ..r...........V... ..$15.00  s All other legal advertising-, 12 cents a line,  single column, for the first: insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, non-  pareil measurement.  '# S^URDAyi IvIarch 11,491 li  4  The   impractical  ; nature    of   all:  sumptuary   legislation   directed   toward the prohibition   of the   sale   or  use of.in.tpxicants. and the   te.ndence:  of such farcial prohibition to produce  general arid   dange'rdus   induIgehce  in, stimulating but   highly   injurious  drugs, were strongly, asserted in. the  Prpyincial   Legislature   a   few days  ago, in consideration of the principle  to Frank Mackenzie's bill to prevent  3the sale by druggists of habit-forming  drugs!''Mr. HaWthornthwaite led in  th6  only   opposition offered   to   the  'measure, his objections being based  solely on the  proven'''1'' trnpradticklity  of legislative interdictions in matters  of.personal cpncjuct.    There appear-  edtp be,, Mr. Hawthprnthwaite^said  When sUch  laws are vigorously enforced, as wiey  seldom   are, the   representatives,!;] of  the'  *  the  while,as.an^jinevitabJe sequel, wojrse  conditions quickly presented    th.l|rn-  selvefs.'' ' The people--whcwould -^tise  liqour  had no   difficulty  in   getting  4t,AV;henev.er��.they.wanted, it, m what  were known as."blind pigs   while tbe  men,  .women,    and    children,    even  young girls, peddled inferior liquors  through the streets of the cities, and  these   were sold in   the   homes. ' Tt  was also disclosed in' the experience  of many cities where ' the' sale   and  use of intoxicating liquors.were sup-  pressed   by    ill-advised    prohibition  laws, that drug, habits were  created  and    quickly     obtained    dangerous  hold   upon    the"   communities.        In  some   of the   eastern   provinces,   in  Ontario   more '' particularly,     where  ���laws   had   >been;"' adopted    directed  against the use of  intoxicants,   the  use'   of dangerous  drugs had   seem-,  irigfly beeostimulated    until   it   haid  beconie   a   great-  and growing evil  nipst.difficult ,to : cope ..with,7 . ;tAnd  with these  statements.-..and:-,.;.conclusions, the entire House agreed. 0;  A. S. HOOD  ; a  Fire, Life and Accident  Insurance.       General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid .Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders v,! Phone Aq5  "James G.McKeow;h  Lumber  When   in ..'need.-.of-LUMBER.  LATH,   SHINGLES,   COR&  WOOD    or   SLAB WOOD  Si  can   fill   your   order   promptly!.'  31b. par  mmmmM  1210101'  FBESH GROGERM AND i*R0��i��l:OfS  QUARTERLY  PBViPENP  NOT.   113  ^n&KKtewMnmmmBn<mamKmmummmaaa^aBBmmmaimn*.^^nmnmvvmu ii iiiiiiiiiniiii..wh.iiiM.i�� ,j��a���o�����p.  /���J  .-.-'J  ^|" Notice is hereby given: that a Dividend "!at"tHe s  rate of nine per cent (9%) per .annum^.uport the  Paid-up Capital Stock of this' Bank for the  current .quarter will be payable at the .Head-  Office and Blanches on and after the first day of  April next.  ^[ The Transfer Books will be closed from'the115th  to the 31st March, both,days inclusive. ],,:..-���      .  <  By order of the Board,.  '":'...;..'.'   ;'���:'��� J.I mackinnon,' ;;''  ;    :..'���������,   General Manager.  Sherbrooke, Feb. 25tn, 1911.  .J insurance  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  C O MM IS S ION E R FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS.  FIRE, LIFE AND  1 ACCIDENT  PHOEftUX,   B. C.  %-m  '������'���''���'���>!  M  m  n  m  ."���:....V: 1.4^f  a..  m.  it'  StSr  I-:  ���'$$ M  l|:  It:  !"���  A* yjft?  "^^"f"^!" *  jlij-;.  ^t*i��  *���"*'  >'l V'4lWW��M��W|tW))|n|_|3-...  ���iMl��<l"i"li..1.  VW!  ''I  it  ft"   i*��i'  Jff  T 1  I'r^'  . <".'  7.. ���:'  :<.*' III  - ��� '*. %#  Wfi.v,  %' k  im -  "M!;<  ��'  lit ��y  yS'iSi',  W ''i  * i^  s. -��,  J? (^  ^ .4  4-1 4ft  J.- *  ! ?  ���J t*  mbkuto  Proper '   ���  Hospitality  can   be  dispensed at all times,  Jf you have  Phoenix Beer  ;; in  the  house.     This   popular  \ brew of the   Phoenix  Brewing  Co. is known and  appreciated  by all men.  Your spcial reputatipn will not suffer,   npr  ypur  name as a hpst  diminish if you serve   Phoenix  -y    Beer.,   Your guests will   mark  ypur    discriminating   taste   in  matters epicurean.  - PHONE 23        ;  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LTD.  Local and General  New Barber Shop  LOWER TOWN -  Having opened a Barber Shop in  the, Carson block, lower "town, a  call is solicited. ,    t-       ���-  :  L M. CHANCE, Prop.  x.       44 ��  '111,^  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. ,  WOOD DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phono B 32  Johnson & Anderson  !  Witch-Hazel  Cream  An ideal lotion for  chapped hands and  face; just what you  require during this  kind of weather ���  35 cents a bottle at  ^ffpf^^ff^BHaam^uMfci^ag^^  James McGregor, mine inspector,  was in town this week. ,, ,  G. W. Rumberger returned Monday  from his trip south.  The post office at Carnii will he reT  opened on April 1st.,  .  Frank Peterson returned Wednesday  from a trip to Spokane.  Charles D. Hunter came in from  Vancouver on Wednesday.  Wm. S. Macy of Spokane, was in  town for a��few days this week.  Found, near Central hotel, a bunch  of keys; apply at Pioneer office.  Mrs. P. G. Tennetti returned on Saturday from a visit from Spokane.  F. Werner supplied music for a  dance at Cascade Thursday evening.  J. L. Stone has been appointed postmaster at Fife to succeed O. Jackson.  A. O. Johnson of the Central hotel  returned Wednesday from a trip to  Spokane.   ' ;   ;-���-"  �� For sale-^-Three-roomed house, well  furnished, and wood shed, on Idaho  claim; apply to B. Conkey.  Dave Whitton, who has beeir on  Granby hill for a number of years;  leaves today for Vancouver.      ^  Paul' Meacham has returned after  spending the winter trapping up the  Kettle river. He leaves shortly for  Idaho.  Wall paper l)argains; last year's  stock to he disposed of cheap; new  patterns to arrive this month. Al.  Almstroni.        7  Mrs. Coutts , of Grand Forks and  Miss Mamie Coutts of Nelson arrived  Wednesday on a visit to the former's  daughter, Mrs. James Marshall.  ' The young ladies : of the Methodist  church will give a social in the church  on Wednesday, March 22, the proceeds  to go towards securing a new organ.  A. T. Turano, the genial proprietor  of - the Dominion hotel, writes " The  Pioneer from Naples, Italy, where he  had just arrived on a visit to his old  home.  William Walleen of Rossland, the  ski jumper, who had his arm dislocated  while jumping at the carnival, is  spending a few days in Phoenix with  his sister.  The Canadian customs collections at  Boundary district points for February  were as follows: Grand Forks, $1761.-  83; Phoenix, $886.44; Cascade, $47.20;  Carson, $41.31.  The Phoenix junior hockey team  went to Greenwood Saturday evening  and played practically the regular  intermediate line of that city. The  score resulted 6 to 3 in favor of the  homesters.  ~~.Mrs.~ Thompson���of-Sturgeon Falls,  Ont., arrived Monday on a visit to her  sons, J. E. rind G.W. Thompson. Rev,  R. Thompson, whom, she had been  visiting for a time, accompanied her  from Vancouver and has been spending a few days in the city.  A'smoker is billed for the opera  house this evening. There will be four  boxing bouts. George Bates vs. Bob  E'orshaw, Walter Forshaw vs. Scotty  Lackie, Jimmy Britt vs. C. E. Smith  and Jas. Murdoch vs. Jack Manning.  Each bout will be four rounds.  The lumber for the new bridge to be  erected by the provincial government  12 miles up the north fork of the  Kettle river, was shipped from the  coast on Thursday, and upon its arrival Superintendent Spraggett will  put a crew of men at work to rush the  construction of the bridgie before high  water.  For making quickly and pcf*  fectly, delicious hot biscuits*  hot breads, cake and pastry  ther^ is  no substitute  for  REAM  BAKING POWDER  Sixty Ytwm thm Simndmrd  Made from pure Grape  Cream of Tartar  No .Alum���No Lime Phosphates  ������\  ��oi entirely opposed to too use ol alum ta  Powdem.*'--IVoS. Chandler, Columbia Unto,  Rmmd the Lmbei  ��Alum,sodHun alum, baste aluminum  ���ulpnate ol aluminum, all mean the same tnlna���  namely, BURNT MXMJ'^Kmu^SUBimBo^dofH^aiau  Fi-esh oyster cocktails at the Hotel  Brooklyn bar.  Dry wood in car lots for sale, apply  to J09. Trombley, Phoenix.  lcev. Henry Steele of Grand Forks  Has been in town for a few days.  Nice assortment of ladies' side combs  on special sale at Love's Drug Store.  New consignment of Parisian Hair  Sage just received at Love's Drug Store  Advertising is simply the voice of  fo the market-place speaking to all  men in the highways and byways.  The subject of discussion in the  Methodist church tomorrow evening  is "The Bar and What It Bars."  S. J. Hall, who has been editor of  the Greenwood Times, will return and  take up residence at Grand Forks.  J. Hoffman, the electrician who has  been engaged in wiring Granby's old  generator, has completed the work  and leaves today.  J. E. Thompson has returned from  his trip south.  H. Hazelwood, who has been employed in the Granby machine shop  for the iast six years, leaves today for  Vancouver. The boys made him a  present of a ring.  For sale, the property known as the  Biner block; best location in the city;  well adapted for any kind of business;  good income property to right party;  no incumberance, clear title, cheap.  Enquire of owner on premises.  A good speedy hockey match is  promised at the Phoenix rink this  evening, when the Phoenix intermediate seven will entertain the intermediates from Greenwood. The Greenwood team tied Grand Forks team on  each of the home and home games and  will no doubt put up a strong argument. Phoenix, however, has plenty  of good intermediate material and will  make the visitors go some.  The Finest Quality in  MILK AND CREAM  at   The  Strictly - Frosh - Es&s  J. W. Hannamp Proprietor  aftresses  WE have a nice range of medium and low priced Sron  Beds, Springs and Mattresses. They are selected  for  their quality and are easy  on  your purse.     A stock  of  P8l!ow$, Comforters, ete.9 on hand.  OUR stock of Furniture offers you articles that go to make  life happy and comfortable in the home. Our CouoneS  and Easy Chairs help to make life worth living. Our  store is full of articles  that are both useful and ornamental.  FURNITURE  DEALER  *��>  IS  #J vw-  t-gffl  mm  m  ��4HE  #|  ��� ^Hi.-AtoitA?i,*,V��"' t  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^m  7777777 >777 ���7(7;?'-tw  Famous British Admiral  1   ""   '   V" J  Tfclls What Zam-Buk Did For  *r -  Him.     .        , . ,  Many famous 'persons -haye ��� tesfti-  fiecl to the great* value of Zam-Jbmk,  Ind amongst the most recent is; Admiral Rodney M. Lloytf. Writing  "from'the Royal Naval Club; Ports-'  mouth,:. England,   Adminal. .Lloyd.  says:        , (   . ^ . > > ��� ^  |  ��*i have'found'zam-Buk mbstVe-  | able,forjhealing cuts and abrasions;'  'while for .the relief of;, skin irritation,  ft is invaluale."  $ Another famous user of ZamfBuk  is M. Frank Scudamore; the \Var  Correspondent, who supplied Canadian papers   with  their   despatches  . Mr.Scuda-  ���: ;i  j'   ���.  ���V--:'  ft"  s a  : t  during the Boer War  more says:"Some rpoisonous dye,.6n  my underclothing came   in   contact  With a .small ulcer on   my   lpg and  blood poisoning set in.      Inflamma-  it ,( " 'l  l    ��f"  tionf? pain1'and; swelling, fbllowjed. .^ $ '\  j? My Medical.man's treatment, did  not seenY to do any good,, as ulcer  after iulcer Broke out;'' until :\my left  ���lee'from', knee to foot" was one ;mass  of s.ores-rv. J. had seventeen deep ulcers at one time.. I could not put  my 'foot*' to"' the ground, and was  really in a pitiful state. A iriend advised zam Buk, and 1 applied this  herbal balm. It was really wonderful how it soothed the pain and aching and-gave jiue.ease."  ?;44I continued with it, leving-offall  other treatment, ynd at the end of a  week's treatment my leg was not like  the same. A few boxes of Zarn-Buk  healed all the sores, and bjt by bit  new, healthy skin covered the places  which had beeii so deeply pitted and  scarred- by.�� ulceration and- blood,  poison. The limb is now perfectly  h&aifchy, and with no. marks of the  old ulcers.. Eor.this, splendid result  \'have only Zam-Buk to thank."  Zam-Buk is,a cure tor piles, eczema," cold cracks or chaps, ' ulcers,  ringworm, poison, cuts,   adscesses,  bums, children's   rashes, abrasions,  City Parliament  ���   Mayor   Matheson v and : all; the  aldermen were present at the   regular meeting of the city council Wednesday evening.'  _;* ,t      ;>  ' i   g. \  - The Eire and Light^commiltee w^s  authorized to purchase a new firehose  wagon. The city assessor was instructed to commence assessing city  property and have the roll returned  by April 19th. -�� The Boardof Work��  .will lc^okjihto the matter.of grading  Standard Avenue, near the* brewery;  v'The'membership fee pf $10.00 -tp  the B. C. union of 'municipalities  was passed. A communication, was,  read from A. S. Hood re license IfW  and referred to a committee to  -witlu ::: .*:',;:������,.  Accounts were passed as follows:  ���J*nmesaMarshall���$73:.80; H. Hartley;,  $i^.7b;; D. J.: ' McDonald $15.,00;;  L H. Matthews, $3i7.5;. B. (C. Tele;  ph;on��Co;\ $1490; Morrih Jrrhomp^  son Co., $2.90; Electric .Light   Co.;',  imtoMt ^^-- ��� ������������-���" <M   \   ,;  Transplanting .Jthe Englishman,  ' The average- Canadian-born prob-  'ab'ly has 'not time'to stop and consider how-much ;it meahsto the EngT  lishman of the.middle classor ot any  class, to pick up his 44luggage" and  strike for Cahacla.   ��� It is   a   difficult  deal  <    i  v;%t.t!s^  'Sr^ffi^satiKf^u  ,777'Spriiig^if;7you^:dpm  :7:7';ypu;:hav^7anyj;pet7id6  :;:-;^mPn^s||wPr^  :uM;��/i  UI  -'.I   ,..  _. l^workingSp^   |m!;;7||77;-; M:nay��o|^.*MlJceja(d^  7p|l^!Clt��thfes^^*atJevg^  J||ruJlSft&7b^t^  cpmef nearestitpphem^  iV'-'s'i  "^'���'Ss1:  ^Large^sto^^^^f  :' ."ST. <-:J'.V  -K/i?.!.'! s-.. ���  -..ijfifr'.iflii:;:..*:',!  .'J/J1-:  ;VvTJ'v:��Y.-  ��� ^l'-��':  :}?.f;M,f;  ??I^il^7C.i7;^7^i7^  3-;'*  :.:js;  thing to contrast the  life in  an  old  English town���a cathedral town for  instance, with the life that is led   in  a brand  new  Canadian town..   Mr.  Augustus. Bridles, .succeeds,    however, in doing this, in his article   on  A New, Town tor   an   Old ..One,   in  the' March' l issue "; of;     MacEean'sJ  Magazine.    Thearticle is illustrated'  withi   phptographs    "and,   etchings",  showing the old  crumbling walls of  England, side by .side with the boards  shacks    of   a    new   prairie     town.  How Reginald Snippett, the imaginary   son   of an  imaginary    banker,  living in the Cathedral city pf High-  ton���alsp    imaginary,   ���   comes    to  Canada and learns to live and think  and work like a Canadian,  after being almost swamped,   is   indeed   a  and for all skin injuries and diseases,   story.worth reading.  , All.druggists and,^ stores' sell  at  50c box, or post free from Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse imitations and substitutes.      .   -   .;���  ��� '.'.  Commissioners Appointed  The following have been appointed  commissioners for. taking affidavits  for election purposes, and have been  gazetted as such: Greenwood electoral '* district���J antes Cuthbertson  and James McKay, of Mother Lode  (Greenwood); D. R. Tait and Isaac  Crawford, of Rock Creek; J. S.  ^Harri%n,|)f Midw^Al|x^Ste;\y#t  Jr., ofEhbit;J. L. Coles, R^J. Har-  ��raves, and Sibney Olivier, of Green-  wood. ;.' ���;���,:".  k* i  %WtittettisteA aad stouW know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The ,new, V^��^y^?^^ii.",  ���yinig^^lo*,,"  if he cannot supply th��  S7^recl&ni^f^Me,  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO., ,  WinSor. 0Jf. <:���.��iA��.��ff��rr....  Facts About Canada  The 1911 edition of this;;indispens-  able collection of concrete, crisp  Canadian* Facts, edited by Frank  ^Teigh; of Toronto^ the; Well l known  lecturer and writer,and author of the  new book, "Through the Heart of  Canada," has been issued and is  filled with fresh data ofarnostinter-  esting and   illuminating  character.  It is a marvel of condensatipn,  presenting in small space striking  figures relating,tp> every phases and  de^lrtrrieiit pf Canada's respurces,  trade and national life;i Its; popularity and wide sale can easily be understood, in fact, it is, as has been said,  ���'worth'its weight in Cobalt silver or  Yi^n'^bld.^- ThVbooklet may be  had from the leading newsdealers,  or fbr 25 cents: < from the Canadian  Fticts 1 Publishing Co;, 667! Spadina  Avenue, Toronto.  ���     '     : r*9> ~���:���T~���"~"'"\ '���,;���  Advertising ,is   simply   telling   the  people what thfey ought to know.  .--A  ��'i  H. To, .make;^p|n|i|(^plie  , -ji Paper, allf|l  .;- .;pr^t^; iiHjfJ|^|^|^||  clear.    Tlrte^ti^ir  '    ' Seeded l^leKBaj  t   '      Wear|  Qlsiss. C  Al. IW^  Phoenix  wSSS&m^^^^U^^^^^^KM  sati:  y -/let us-^(||i|f '^'  ' -   have the^gUipmenlffi  We also: ha\fe:!a-: $uppi^  or long, 3*M^^  your order^j^j^.;^  D. L. MCElrby '�����!?" Plideiiix, ��7C-  G.W.  iUBTS-TOn^dTO  Suats Cleaned  Pressed and  a&��3ktf%ffa 5 frf^ffi  NEXT^ DOOR TO AL^STROM!S, UPPER, TOWN  Edds  We are making the following5 Special Prices*  32  fifi  'if  CPa   ''��bV  J��a>  !'a  i  i^ieat and Produce  Phoney ��  ijM��m!av��siaMB��iiHiftHW' '.vyft*^.'.!'aa~��F.- iraft^1 WlSSfi'^ffSi��^?^^<  "'T^'Ss    , ���. .      ���!���   tj n i.^i.��ia.H"/.ii'.'i>^l'ffiB^.T��*.. if.^ ���^<4^evnw*4i^ig: ifcr/'7*''  I .4 fnj  J 1,*l <. <  fflt,  ���it'    ���'  vr! -  1-   *  ft1*  ft'  I  Si  I  i -  ?.'  I  ��3  I  i il  IS  H  $4,000 ADDITIONAL GRANT  FOR- THE NEW SCHOOL  mMnmamwammmmmmawamwaMMaaawMiMMma^mi^^^^^^m^^  Ernest Miller, M^.P,t Secures  Promise of Further Substantial  Appropriation���An Imposing School Assured  Vl* '  :   Phoenix  will   have  a  handsome I cured by Mr. Miller last year,, makes  new public school  this  summer���a the   total   annrnnriation    *vL ? *u~  new public school this summer���a  building that will npt pnly Be handsome and. substantial  but one that  will in every , sense be, a  credit  to  it..   ... *    . .    -    the tptal appropriation -for the  school from the government $10,-  000.  Mr.   Miller will  receive  the con  >   VC-j,S>  ��, �� ���     ��� i     ���-���   ����������������������  .....   .VV.V.AVC   tiic con*  the city.    And to Ernest Miller, the gratulations of every citizen for his  energetic member for Grand Forks achievements on behalf of Phoenix,  in the British Columbia legislature,      When it is considered that Phbe-  belongs the credit in no small meas-jnix is a municipality Mr.  Miller has  ure  for  making    possible   such   a J been particularly successful, for be-  splendid,>dacatiopal.   building    in sides the grants for ihe  school he  P^e��W ���   u   J secured $1,000 for the city to corn-  Mr. Miller wired the secretary pf pensate it for its inability to tax  the Phoenix school board Thurs- mining property within, the city  day that he had seciirgl^the prom- J limits, ^ which amount he ilso se-  ��� ... - *���- J cured last year for the same purpose. And aside from this is the  I large amounts secured for,: road-  Iways, the new road--: to Number  'Seven mine last fall having cost  about $5,000.  And   while  Mr,  Miller has  done  well for Phoenix  he has been lopk-  ing  after   the   interests   of  Grand  Forks and other parts of his riding  equally   well,   having   secured   ap-  prppriatipn/ for   his   constituency  totalling   over   $100,000.      Grand  Forks city gets   $30,000 for its new  public building, while  $55,000 will  ���be,: spent  on   the\ improvement  pf  roads and $10,000 for bridges*  'V During   his! short  'jparfiamentary  experience Mr. Miller. hasrnot only  proved himself an   able debater and  ERNEST MILLEB, M.7P.P.  a valuable committee   member, but  -/he has familiarized himself with the  ew Clothing  Arriving Daily.  Everything new,   stylish and up-to-date.    A storeful  of just, the Clothing you want,   and  everything  worth  your  buying  in   Hats  and   Furnishings.  The wide range of new styles, the great variety  of Clothing,   the  sumptuous  tailoring, and   the  absence of fancy  prices combine  to  make  this  store of unusual interest to men.  We make a specialty of���  Clothing that Looks Well.  Clothing that Keeps its Shape.  Clothing that fits Comfprtably.  V �� r  Clothing that does not shrivel at the seams or creep  up thiarms. Clothing that is made of thoroughly shrunken fabrics, carefully trimmed, and with  the hand-work that is usually found in custom-  made garments.  Clothing that presents the maximum correctness in  style, presented in all the various forms that are  right this season, and in the broadest possible  range of fabrics,  plain and; fancy.  fi  oP&.M8&%4ffc      ^"uW-'���" ��� ". ^hS $*   "f i th<?' constituency and   is I  of educafpn   for  an   additional ap-  looking- after its interests in a .ran    *���  M-hool. ; This, with  the  $61000 se-1 lease of public life.  j   CLOTHIERS  J. Carson &  LOWER TOWN  lengthened   ~  Although 'ailing for sometime the  ��^^^ethei>^adenj^add: its  obituary^ecame^a-^.'scoop?!, for. its  cc^^pdrary^'^h^^Tirnes? ':Wa^  founded by Duncan Ross, ex-mem-  b��r,��f Xale-c��rihoo, .and   has -been  the^ ^reenwopd' Ledg-e. * The cpn-  s��deratipn was $2,000 and the Col-  pnel will riow  become   a capitalist!  tk   ��     !    Z * Wil1 SPehd a M����on,  v^^U^^^k^m^M^     ,Frorn  information   given  out   at  years, has passed out of existence.   Railway  comoanv   th*l T  c  Althbu^^aili^^, ^^.;:u:- ru-   ^aiIw^  company   the.amount   of  money-which the railway will spend  **"> >?ar on; the ^mpuntain  section  frpm  Revelstoke to Field" Ka's been  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry   ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello  A 10  O M       \.r*f��t l-*m  St. Patrick's Dance., .  Phoenix   Aerie ^Fraternal ,'Order:  of  Eagles,   are    making; elaborate  preparations for its eleventh annual  ball tp take, place at: Phoenix Miners* Union hall on Tuesday evening,  MarfchV-'ifthi''-'; Werner's* orchestra  has been engaged and Danny E)eape,  will   be  caterer.     Following  is the  committee in charge:    G/ W. Rum-1  berger,   W.   R. Williams,   E.  Car-  tier,   H.   Frawley,  J.   Weir, J. E.  Thompson, R.   Kerr  and  J.  Love.  Flo^HJ &a^fe^;'-rj-. Marshall artd  H.rCQUttl$.>^'  variously estimated at from $1,000  000 to $1,500,000,   which it is said  W}1 entail the employment of about  4.500 extra men during the coming  summer.    The work is to be largely  along the lines of, .that .carried out  in previous seasons���being the construction  of new stations   and  the  laying of heavier  rails, side   tracks  mid   switches. ;  Th^,   right-of-way,  is! also 'to''be-cleared  from  Revel*  stoke'east of Field.'  Reco Laundry  Fresh Cream and Milk Daily  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY  BRAND, is the basis of attempting meal. It makes everything  taste better. Try1 it-and you'll always buy it. All milk is  aereated before being sold/  Phono S,82  , yym ^  DELIVERED   TO   ALL   P^RTS   OF   THE   CITY  '    Why Pay Rent ?  , lor .sale, a .cottage Jn Phoenix for  $325. Terms, $16o down'; balance $10  per month.     Clear title.     Apply to���  Mrs. F. COCK,  '"���        *      1206 Eight avenue West,  Vancouver, B. C.  We furnish the trade all over the Boundary  with the Choicest Imported and Domestic  "9*  Tell the people what you have to sell |  and what you want for it,  and you'll  soon find a buyer.     Advertise in The  Pioneer.   ���  As we ship direct iji carloads, we can make  prices  ng-ht,   and  give  prompt   shipment  GREENWOOD, B.C.

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