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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 30, 1912

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 done,  nd we  short  i me  ARS  ���s.  e in  n of  PCI  till  mi  mi  Tim largest eoppe. mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Consolidated employs 500  iiK.'ii, (iiid has ii monthly  pay roll of over $50,000.  ^s:  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  The Phoenix Pioneer is  published in tho highest  municipality in Canada.  Tho city has a population  of 1,500, and is equipped  with first-class hotels, opera  house, schools, churches.  THIRTEENTH .YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, MARCH 30,   1912  CONSERVATIVE AVALANCHE IN B.C.  Opposition Now Consists of One Socialist���Obsequies of British Columbia Liberal Party���Prominent  Liberal Leaders All Go Down to Defeat���McBride's Railroad Policy Endorsed by People.  The British Columbia Liberal party, which for the last seven years  has been suffering from political ennui passed quietly away on Thursday. Keen observers, even among  that faith, had evidently foreseen  the result for about ten seats were  allowed logo bj; (default, but among  the rank and file it was scarcely  conceived that the dissolution of " ye  ancientc party" was so near being-  reality.  From all over the country the  same old stoiy ariived, telling-- of  Liberal defeats and deposits lost.  The Opposition, which in the last  Hous-e was composed of two Socialists and one Liberal, is now reduced  to a single Socialist, the one solitary-  Liberal being- snuffed out along  with the Socialist member, Parker  Williams.     No  quarter appears   to  of the scanty  Opposition, contested  have been shown the Liberal leaders.  L. D. Taylor, proprietor of the'  great Vancouver daily, the World,  and (he defeated candidate for the  mayoralty of that "town, went down  to defeat in Rossland, Lome Campbell, general manager of the West  Kootenay Power and Light company, being returned. John Oliver,  who at oi\u time led the Provincial  Opposition, again attempted lo recover his lost scat forthe Delta, but  without avail. "Honest'John" is  the Reeve of Delta, and it is alleged  that he has sanctioned the employment of Japs and Chinamen on the  roads of that district; this, in view  of the cry being raised for the restriction of Asiatic immigration,  proved too much for his one time  supporters, so off came John's head.  II. C. Brewster,   the   former leader  Victoria and shared the same fate.  Casey, the defeated Socialist candidate for Rossland, in his address  declared that "there was''no need  for a Liberal party any more���it was  decidedly dead���its corpse was decaying." Evidently the electors of  the country are of the same opinion.  While the Liberal . vote has decreased in the province, there has  been a corresponding increase in the  Socialist poll, but owing to their  scattered nature they were unable to  return but one standard bearer, the  successor to Jas. Hawthornwaite,  the member for Nanaimo.  The statement credited to the  Premier that he would wipe the  Opposition off the map appears to  have had some substance, and if he  but keeps a half of his pre-election  promises as well as he has done this  one, the electors will have little  reason to regret their choice.  Number 37  GOVT. MINERALOGIST  ON HIDDEN CREEK  Estimate of Average Ore Contents by Granby's Experts.  Boundary and Kootenay Members  Grand Forks ..    Ernest Miller, Con Acclamation  Majority  Greenwood J. R. Jackson, Con  .260  Nelson       W. R. Maclean, Con    161  Rossland       Lome A. Campbell, Con      73   .  Slocan       Wm. Hunter, Con-.   ' ..'.!.<,.   124  Ymir J. II. Schofield, Con   370  Fernie        W. R. Ross, Con     .360  Speaking at Victoria on tlie results of the election, Premier McBride said that the government fully realized its responsibilities, the victory was a victory for the future ofthe province, for they intended to go oh  with those larger issues that are now but dimly dreamt of.  THE BIG STORE  IS THE SHOE STORE  We invite your inspection of a 500 Pair ship-  -   .'���   '   ment of Bell's g-oods, just passed   into  stock.  Ladies' Department  Natty ranfro for Street and  Evening Wear���in  Patent. Gun Metal and Tan Finish  The preliminary  review and estimate of mineral production for 1911  contains the following from  the pen  of   the   government   mineralogist,  Wm. Fleet Robertson:  ,  "Hidden   Creek���This property,  situated near Goose  bay, Observatory inlet,   was extensively explored  by the  Granby Consolidated,  which  completed   its purchase  during the  year.    The  reports  of half-a-dozen  mining engineers submitted  to the  Granby directors were all favorable,  although estimates  of  the quantity  of ore available varied considerably  --from 6,000,000 to 12,000,000 tons  of ore in   "sight."    The company  regards'the'" following as a reasonable estimate of the average copper  contents  of   the   ore:   Taking   the  quantity of six to seven million tons,  it is believed the average will exceed  two per cent; calculating on  a tonnage of eight to twelve million tons,  it is thought an average of 1.65 to  1.75 per cent may be depended upon.  The ore also contains gold and silver values of about $1.00 per ton.  The company  plans  to  establish at  Goose   bay,   a smeltery  to  have a  capacity of 2000 tons of ore a day."  ��� ������-. Sometime ago the name of Anyox  was giviy.   to  the  postoffice  at  the  Hidden Creek mine, on Goose bay,  and  now another change has been  decided upon in connection with the  ,;SnRet of water  generally   known as  Goose   bay,   which   has   now   been  registered as Granby bay.  B.C. Mining  Death of P. W. Lover.  The people of Phoenix and Greenwood   will   regret   to   hear   of   the  death   at. Payette,   Idaho,  of P. W.  Lover, formerly  supt.   of the Rawhide mine here.     For some time he  had been a sufferer from an internal  complaint  and   last fall  visited  the  coast   in the  hope of  regaining his  health, <^iiite an  improvement being-  noted on hiit return;   but   some time  After    '  The prospects for the Payne mine  in the Slocan are becoming more  favorable, and it looks as if the old  mine, which was once a famous  shipper, will again resume its place  among the important shippers of  the province. To further this end  the management are still proceeding  with the driving of the 3500-foot  tunnel, which they declare will tap  the ore bodies at a vertical depth of  1600 feet.  The Hedley Gazette says :   " The  recent find on  the Dayton' is likely  to give an impetus to mining in the  eastern part of the Similkameen riding.    The   Dayton is  an old  claim  on which a strike was  made in the  closing  days   of   1899,   and   some  wonderfully rich  ore obtained from  it.    A   couple  of   shipments   were  made to   the smelter  and  good returns  received,  although   the shipments were made under very unfavorable conditions and the   sampling  indifferently carried out, but heretofore they were never able  to obtain  the deposit strongly in place.  There  are few camps that give  better encouragement  for exploratory  work  at medium  cost than the  ridge between the north and south forks of  Rock creek, and  the Dayton claim,  small in  area  as it is, should be a  good   point  from   which   to   work.  There are several other good showings in the immediate vicinity, and  among   them     is   Jas.    Copeland's  Leroi claim."  E. W.   Zwicky,  manager   of the  Rambler-Cariboo, mine,   five   miles  from   Kaslo,    has   completed    the  driving of a 5000 feet tunnel, cross-  cutting the veins on the  Rambler-  Cariboo at  a vertical depth of 1500  feet from the   top of the mountain,  demonstrating  that  the ore values  goes down.   The importance of this  discovery     is   fraught    with    great  possibilities for the mining  industry  throughout the  entire  district.     In  the   early   days  millions   of  dollars  worth of  ore were   extracted down  to the 600-foot levels, but operations  were reduced or abandoned in most  instances when  faults were   encoun-  Mr. Zwicky   is so   confident  r  Guests  Know  They are getting the Best  Beer brewed when yoa  serve  Phoenix  It is rich but not heavy���  and just enough ofthe delicious appetizing flavor  of hops without the excessive bitter.  . ORDER A CASE TODAY  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  TRY  the  Lower Town  Barber Shop  For an Easy Shave, Stylish Haircut  Refreshing Massage, or an Invigorating Shampoo. New and Up-to-  Date in every particular.  C. A, Best, Prop  King EdwardLodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.  Second Thursday ol  each mouth.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Blo-i.  "W. J. ."KBNDKB/JljJJ.  J. T. Hawthorn, ' W.M.  Secy.  J. O. O. F.  it   became    evident    that    the  malady had only  received a tempor-j tered.         ._  ary check, his death, after an opera-   of  the   outlook    for   the" Rambler"i     ��,    *  tton, taking p,ace on Wednesday      /car/boo,    once    a   famous   sh^ jMu^^��SS��rbZ����*c��  Snowahoe Lodara  No.  40  mr.-_.oyer.was one   ofthe oldest/that   he   is   building a  new mill as / dially invited.  THK ROSARY TOE  Complete In Tan and Paten1  residents in the Boundary, arriving/well as a 7000-foot aerial tramway  in Greenwood about fifteen years I for the conveyance of the ore. The  ago from Eastern Canada. For new equipment will be completely  some years he was engaged in pros- installed next September, while the  pecting claims on the Kettle river, mill will have a treatment capacity  afterwards entering   the   service  of of 100  tons per day.    The  average  values  in the   lower  tunnel is $100  Samuel AfcLeod, Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, J_n. Secy.  A. L. .IcKinnon, Rec. Secy.  THE BUNGALOW TOE  1>ELL  THE TOY TOR  Men's Department  Complete Range of Newest Shapes  in Black Patents and Tans ::::::  J^JTBell  THE VIU.ACK SANDAI,  the B. C. Copper company, his sterling worth being recognised and  held in high esteem by that famous  corporation. Last fall he severed  his conn&ction with the company  and was presented with a testimonial by the employees of the! Port Mann for the manufacture of  Rawhide mine. He married Miss "  Maud    Butler   of   Greenwood  per ton and small shipments are  made monthly to defray the costs of  the extensive development work  now in progress.  The  establishment of a plant at  Daughters ot Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   the   Miners-   Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Rossio Bush, Noble Grand.  Mrs. Effle Marshall, Secretary.  and  leaves three children to mourn his  loss. The new. of his taking away  comes as a great <.iock and to  hundreds throughout  the Boundary  pig iron is contemplated by Sir  Wm. Mackenzie and Sir Donald  Mann, of the Canadian Northern.  Following a recent conference between the two magnates, Robert  Flaherty, a noted  mining   engineer  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  will be regarded as a personal  loss,   in their employ, and who'was form-  the heartfelt sympathy of the com-  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers ne always welcome.  Quitman Work, W. p.  T. B. Cosorove, W. Secy.  mil in ty  goes out  to   his  sorrowing  widow and children.  tttR  TAMD  PORTS JRC1P  HCIUW lUtti  NIWSHAPK-HLA.I-  AND TAN  I>R. KKID-.S SPECIAL  s��-  We can safely say that in no other store in the Boundary  will you find such an assortment to choose from.  ���^a  The Big-  tore     "Is the Shoe Store  erly   in   the   employ  of  the   United  States  Steel  corporation,   was sent  west to report on the possibilities of  D         . _      _, tl,e irou   industry in   British Coltim-  Boundary Ore Tonnages          hia.    As some doubt  has been  ex-1  Following are the   returns  of the   Presscd   as   to the   existence   of an  output of the mines and smelters of  amPle sl,PPlv of iron ore, Mr. Flah-  the Boundary  district  for  the week   ��rty  wi" s��   int0   the  subject   very  ending March 30, and year   to date-   trhoroilffh|y-      He   left   recently   for  Granby           94994     .on fir4   Lomse  ,sl:mci   '"   the   Queen  Char-  Mother Lode. . .      Y�� .6     .mi.- -l0tt.e *>rrcu,P' t0 examine a  large de-  Rawhide       "  5050        .Vm9   P��S,t   0f  maSnet'te,   said    to   exist  Jack Pot .... '     'svi        7 ��.n   l ere" 0ther iron Propositions along  ,alv  tllC! coast, as well as  on Vancouver  SMELTER TONNAGES island wiI1 occupy W_ at Jtf ^"^  -:"ant)y 23,720    336,987   impression prevails that no difficulty  17 ,7;:    145,493 I "'ill be found   in securing  an ample I  tonnage of magnetite, but there is a  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    Ph.?.0cnlx'  Meet. Tit lis. ay Kvkxi.vo _t 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  J. E. Cartkk, K. of It. S.  H. M. Lalvu, C. 0.  B.C. Copper Co... 12,175  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meet* In  Pythian Hall. Lower Town  First and Third Thursdays.  Mrs. May Almstrom  M.fc.C.  ���Mrs. A. I). MaKenzie  M.R.C.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The   B. C.   Columbia   company's  smelter treated   12,175   tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode  /.221; Rawhide, 4057;  Wellington!  40_;    Athelstan,  ...;   Emma  Jack Pot, . . .; others, 196.  296;  good deal of uncertainty as regards  hematite, a variety of iron whose  use will also be required in order to  obtain ideal results. For the higher  grade products, magnetite alone  will prove satisfactory, but for certain other purposes a blend of two  varieties of ore will be necessary.  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.       General Agents.  Isauer of Marriage Licences  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C. !*.���<  '���������:.���-���};--/m^^   .-.^v ���������v.���".'- ��� ���  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BKITISH   COLUMBIA.  !SS  Woman s Power  Over Man  Woman's most glorious endowment is the power  to awaken and hold the pure and honest love ot a  worthy man. When she loses it and still loves on,  no one in the wide world can know the heart agony  she endures. The woman who suffers from weakness and 'derangement of. her system, soon loses  her personnlmngnctism. Her general health suffers  and she loses her good looks, her amiability and  womanly charm. Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., with the assistance  ol his staff of able physicians,, has prescribed for and cured many thousands  of women. Ho has devised a successful remedy for'woman's ailments. It  is-known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive specific for  the weaknesses and'-disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regulates,  strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will advise  you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit.  IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,  SICK WOMEN WELL,  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and Bowels.  manner,  quality.  The Dairy produces both.  When in Doubt  As to where you can get Tobacco to suit you own particular  tastc, call at out- store and we will convince you that we can  satisfy your wants.. We keep a varied assortment of  Tobacco,-Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Confectionery  Razors, Brushes, Soaps, Perfumes, etc..  Antonio Cervo     knob hill avenue  ��_i*aax����- -<_,  t's W�� rth Something  Tp.be able to select your- clothes where there's nothing- but  good quality to choose from ; and variety enough for every  man. If I cannot suit you with a Ready-to-Wear, you .can  have a suit 'made specially for you. I have a big iine of  samples to choose from. It's a pleasure to show them, they  they are so good.       ^  A full line of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, etc., carried.  BrOWn       Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product of the local dairies is good,.but ours is the best.  Cleanliness is oii'r watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let us  accommodate you. PHONE F 32  The Phoenix Dairy  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  v 2.50 to United Stales.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application tor Liquor Ltconco (30 days) .. 85.00  Cortlflcato o�� Iniprovomont notlco (00day��)$7.S0  Application to Purchase Land noticos (00 days)  >............... ......J. 87.60  Dolinquont Co-owner noticos (00 days) ���810.00  Small Wator Noticos (30 days) 87.60  All other logal advertising; 12 conts a line,  single column, (or tho first insertion; and 8  cents a lino for oaoh subsequent insortion, .nonpareil measut-omont.  best foreign models, and in some  ways it does not rise above the level  of the second rate/1  Your Milk Supply  . Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  Separated Cream insures purity and.  THE   DAIRY      J. W. Han nam, Prop.  Saturday, March 30, 1912  11       '"      ���  Argument Against Asiatics;  "No   man   has   the'right  to  cry  that the Empire  shall be free to all  comers except the one who is willing  to see   his  sister  marry  a   Hindu,  Jap, or Chinaman."  Speaking  before   the   St.   James  Literary   club,    in   Montreal,   last  week, Professor Leacock dealt with.  the policy of free admission  of the  Asiatics to Canada.     It was all very  easy, he said, to waive  the /lag and  shout  that  the  Sikhs   and   others  should be  treated as   the   equals of  their  fellow   white subjects  of the  King.     It could be said with truth  that the Sikhs have bled for the flag,  but the idea of general  equality of  the  British   subject was  a fallacy.  There were certain British subjects  such  as Zulus, who  were  hemmed  within a certain area, and were not  allowed   to   buy   firearms.     There. . . .  , , . ...   .   free coinage of that metal, which ts  were others who were not permitted!.      .    ._ ..  to buy whisky.  The Asiatics  peopled    the  finest  Captain Scott's Delay    -  Some people profess to be somewhat perturbed over the non-arrival  of our Capt. Scott,  but  the fact of  the matter is that Scott declared that  the object of his  trip was not only  to   locate     the    South   Pole,    but  was   also    for     the    purpose     of  collecting as   much  scientific   data  as   possible.      In   all   his   lectures  he gave the impression  that it was  not his   intention   to   simply   walk  right in,  and turn right round, and  walk right out again.   Reaching the  South Pole appears to be no pic-nic;  we have all read  of the   condensed  beefsteak   tablets   that  Scott   took  with   him, but   it came   as   a shock  when we learned that Capt. Amund-  son was actually furnished with an  " artificial landscape" to assist him  with his observations.     Perhaps the  reason  for Scott's delay is  trouble  with   his    "landscape";   he   might  be  even   bringing    the  pole  along  with him and perhaps the awkward  thing has rolled off.     He may also  have captured a herd of those cows  that Amundson  saw quietly munching   the   nutritious  snowballs  near  the   Pole.      The  latter   conjecture  would be enough to delay him a few  weeks.  m  ���'wW  Cures Coughs  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar & Cod Liver Oil  is a great Tonic and not only stops a cough  but enables the system to throw it off.  There should be a bottle of* it in every home.  Large size bottle 35c.   Sold everywhere.  j. I,. MATI1IU. CO.. Prop/,       -      SHERI3ROOKK  DISTRIBUTORS FOli WESTERN CANADA  FOLEY BROTHERS, LARSON & COMPANY, Inc.  WINNIPEG, EDMONTON, VANCOUVER, SASKATOON.  Silver.  The Pekin correspondent of the  Daily Telegraph says the most important feature in reference to the  proposed loans is the struggle to  obtain control of the silver market  in China,   inasmuch'as   the  virtua  Stationery and Gdnfeetionepy  Fancy Goods. Dolls and Toys, Books.  Magazines and Periodicals, Kodaks,  Films and   Supplies,   Musical   Instru-  QUEENS HOTEL  ,"\'R. V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  /    .   -DANNY DEA..E, Manager.  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 Cigars  OENTRALLY  LOCATED ON  CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Steam Heated, Electric  Lighting.  Telephone 48 and 26  continent ofthe world; no other part  of the globe could compare for fertility with the southern half of Asia.  Had not the white race done enough  to deserve the holding of these  empty spaces of America against  the time when they would absolutely need them to preserve their very  existence.  Professor Leacock thoroughly approved of Australia's determination  not to have another transcontinental railroad if she could not have  it without Asiatics.  . The preacher's idea ofthe brotherhood of man as regards this problem, said the professor, was sadly  out of place. The very best thing  we can do for the yellow man is to  keep him away from us. His mental attitude is absolutely foreign to  ours and the two can never be reconciled; neither can the two physical make-ups. If I was a Chinaman I would be just as anxious to  keep from mixing with the whites...  inevitable,   means   an   endless   demand   for  silver.    At  present,  observers  believe   that the success of  the Anglo-Belgian  loan is a healthy  sympton,  since  the  methods ofthe  four-power  group  were    becoming  bureaucratic and inelastic.     It is believed in  Pekin that  the  biggest of  India's silver buyers are behind the  new development    and   that  silver  will reach the   highest level in years  during the coming summer.     In reference to the foregoing, it is understood in London that the Sassoons,  the   powerful   Indian   and   London  bankers,    are    practically   identical  with   the    Anglo-Belgian   syndicate  which has taken up the new Chinese  loan.'.���'" .'���.'���.;'������'  ments and Supplies.    School Sundries.  WALL PAPER AND DECORATIVE PICTURES,  GLASSWARE  AND   CHINA.  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers'Sundries.  AL. ALMSTROM  Writing: Pa0er in Latest  Shapes and Ti nts  COPPER  Tho New Edition of tho  COPPER HANDBOOK  FINEST GRADE OF CIGARS  IN   THE BOUNDARY  istr  __ Tlnrflif A  -  AGENTS   FOR   THE   CELEBRATED  HAZEL WOOD   ICE CREAM  AND SOFT  DRINKS  Cosgrove & I��!cAstockers Props.  The German Army  The London Times has been publishing   a series of thoughtful  articles on   the German army  manoeuvres   and   some    remarkable   conclusions have been reached.    That  army is   declared  not  to   equal the  repute wherein it is commonly held.  The new German naval enthusiasm  is damaging in its  effect  upon  the  army, and the popular navy  is now  attracting officers   more   than    the  army, whose development has been  starved by sheer lack of funds.   The  nation, moreover, is declared to becoming less military and  more com  mercial  than formerly.    The corps  officers are  less simple  in  their life  and tastes and  less exclusively professional than of old.    Commerce is  beginning to attract the  class that  hiterto regarded only the army as a  career for a gentleman.  The army appears to have trained  itself stale. The ceaseless round of  intensive drilling has reduced it to a  machine, while individuality, freshness and initiative are crushed out.  Secure in its self confidence, the  army thinks there can be no difficulty in carrying out military operations which the armies of other  nations have found impracticable.  The cavalry is said" to be equipped  with out of date material and to  have become slow and ineffective.  The methods of firing in vogue appear so inferior that the army can  make no pretensions to measure itself against the French army apart  from numbers and confidence. Its  high state of organization does not  present signs of superiority over the  iust published, is Volume X, for the years 1910-  1911, and required nearly; eighteen months in  preparation.  If HAS 1902 PAGES  containing nearly one and a half million words,  or about twice as much matter as tho Bible.  There are 25 chapters, and the book coyers the  Copper Industry of World  The book covers Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining  Milling, Leaching, Smelting, Refining, Brandt,  Grades, Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts, States,  Countries and Continents; Minos in Detail,  Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports  Exports, Finances, Dividends, etc.  Val. X of tho Copper Handbook list* and  describes  8430 Mines % Companies  these descriptions ranging from 2 to 3 linos, in  tho case of a doad company. In whioh oase  reference in made to a procoding edition giving  a fuller description, up to 21 pages in tho oaao  of the Anaconda, which producos one-eighth of  tho copper supply of the world. The chapter  giving mine descriptions, which lists tho largest  number of mines and companies evor given in  any work of referenco on mines or mining investments, has been  Fully Revised.  The new edition of tho Copper Handbook is a  dozen books in one, covering all phases orthe  copper industry of the entire world. It is used  as tho  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  by the managers of tho mines that make ninoty-  odd por cent, of the world's output of copper,  and is used in .every civilized country of the  globo. It is filled with FACTS of vital importance to  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE! MINER  THE CONSUMER  THE METALLURGIST  PRICE is $5 in buckram with gilt top, or $7.8*  1b genuine full library morocco.  TERMS are tho mo3t liberal. Send nomonoy,  but order tho book sent you, all carriage  charges prepaid, on ono week's approval,' to be  returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for tf it suits.  Can you afford not to see the book and Judge  for yourself of its value to you 1  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher.  36  HORAGE J. STEVENS  TEMPLE BUILDING, HOUGHTON  MICH., U. S. A.  D. J. MATHESON  ......Insurance Ag:ent  v        ���    .  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  CO MM I SSI ONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,   B. C.  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.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long", andean deliver it on short notice.  _>.'������[_��� McElroy   -  Lumber, Lath and Shingles.  Proprietor  PHOENIX, B.O.  REMOVAL SALE  Entire Stock of Furniture, Carpets  Rugs and Linoleums  to be cleared at  Greatly Reduced Prices  A fine line of Bedsteads, Mattresses and Springs, at prices never  before, offered in Phoenix.  An excellent lino of Oak Chairs and Diningroom Furniture.  Very Beautiful Assortment of Pictures and Picture-Frame Moulding.   tSole agents for the  Ostermoor and Restmore Mattresses  Watchful housekeepers should not overlook those bargains. Come,  early and get first choice.  The Furniture Dealer  Fresh Eggs and Butter  Fresh Eggs, direct from farm, 50c. per doz,  "Golden Rod" Creamery Butter, 45c. lb.  "Empress" Creamery Butter, 40c. per lb.  14 lb. Box, $5.50.  Salt and Smoked Fish in variety.  ���      B_�� W n * B .1 ��*��#���     <H-Se     ���**&���*,*?n y     Ban H   B_r_  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  ������v...  \ ����^S��&J^;1^S^  ��?_-T^:I_^  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *;tai^.��r5*��  ZZtffmmmjmmmmirimmmmm  Exhibit From Fruit Valleys of British  Columbia Delights Winnipeg People.  I POINTED PARAGRAPHS |  *~       ' '  ��� ���  The photograph below of the Great  Northern Railway's City Ticket Office  window exhibit at Winnipeg, showing display of fruits taken from the Similkameen,  Kootenai. Okanogan and other delightful  fruit valleys of British Columbia, has  been of great interest to the citizens of  the Chicago of Northwestern Canada dur-  . ing the bleak days of December and January. ;���'������:'  obtained from the exhibit, states:  -- "A number of British Columbia firms  are pushing the sale of their properties?  here and I am informed that our exhibit  made it possible for them to close quite a  number of deals."  The Manitoba Free Press of Winnipeg,  in writing of the exhibition, said: "The  result of this campaign should be a wide  spread interest in the opportunities for  This exhibit is one of twejaty, which  have been made in the large cities throughput the east, including Chicago, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Boston,  Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, St. Louis  - and Des Moines.  . Tlifi Rfory of the advantages of settlement in tho fruit growing, districts lying  ' west of tho Uofky mountains in British  Columbia was told at a glance to thousands of pass, rs-by by tho display of prize  winning, .pp.., which were apped'.ingly  iutuiuj.*I in the window, and the interest  created was marked.  ... ._.rc"i>cciu,,jL/i.tnct _ reight and Passenger Agrnt of the Great Northern Rail-  way : * Winnipeg in writing of the result  home-making in the fruit growing districts  of the Northwest."  ���The^ Winnipeg Tribune, made tho  following comments in regard to tho exhibit: "The fruit in the exhibit comes  principally from tho fertile Similkameen  Valley m British Columbia, near the  boundary. Other particularly favorable  localities are the Kootenai District, the  Okanogan Valley, the Kettle River Valley  and  the  Westminister  District."  It is expected that this exhibit will  result in a large number of people investigating the opportunities for home-  making in the fruit valleys of southern  British Columbia along the line of the  Great Northern Railway.  A FIREMAN S PERIL  How Zarn*Buk Delivered Him.  At 215 Fraser Avenue, Edmoiulton,  .Altb,.,   lives  W.   P.  Many,   a   former  member of the local lire brigade, who  has wonderful cause to be thankful for  the curative powers of  Zam-Sitk. '-He  ��ay��:    "A serious  skin   disease broke  out on my face, and spread, until I was  in  a   terrible state.     The spots   and  little ulcers were frightfully irritating,  and yet when scratched or nibbed they  bled and smarted.   Shaving caused me  agony, and sometime. I would have to  go two weeks without a shave.   J tried  home-made remedies, herb salves, and  various  other   preparations,   but   the  sores got no better.    When   Zain-Buk  was mentioned I had little faith that it  would w. able to do me any good.    My  case seemed .such an obstinate   one.    I  gave it a   fair   trial,   however, and the  first box made such a wonderful change  for the .better that it gave me   encouragement to continue,     I did so, aud to  cut a   long story  short, Zuin-l.uk, in  the end, (mite  cured   me.    My face is  now clear of all traces  of  the   terrible  disease, which troubled uie for so long."  Thousands of sufferers from eczema,  blood poison, ulcers, chronic sores,  piles, ringworm, cold sa.03, cuts, burns  and skin Injuries, have been relieved  and cured, as "was Mr. Mahy, by Z&ni-  Buk. As a balm for all skin injuries  and diseases it is without equal. All  druggists and stores at 50c. box, or  post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for price.   Refuse harmful substitutes.  The Second Narrows Bridge  The Vancouver Shipmasters' association to a man are still of the  opinion that the only bridge of a  serviceable nature to be constructed  over the SecSnd Narrows, is a high  level structure. This bridge question has taken up a lot of time of  the association, and their antipathy  to a swing bridge is most pronounced. Mr. McNaug.it, the promoter of the scheme maintains that  a high-level bridge at this period is  out ofthe question.  Yukon Season Opens  The new season's work in the  Yukon has opened, but' contrary to  the usual conditions there is no big  demand for labor. It has been reported that many men are heading  that way from the outside, some of  them being bound for the scene of  the reported strike on Sixty-mile.  With regard to Sixty-mile, report  says that nearly all of those who  started for that place have returned,;  and no pay, except on Discovery has  been found.  The Yukon Gold company, of  which the Guggenheims are the  chief owners, are now hauling one  of their largest dredges from the  Upper Hunker creek, where it has  worked out the ground, to Dawson,  to be shipped by steamer to Fairbanks. This movement marks the  entrance of the Guggenheims into  the Fairbanks country and the  Tanana valley. The dredge is fitted  with buckets of seven cubic feet  capacity and is capable of moving  4000 yards per day.  Arthur Rarrio, ol Cobble hill, recently shot a full-grown panther in  his garden.     He got $15 bounty.  The New Westminster police  raided another opium Joint last  week and arrested one man. Two  " lay-outs "were confiscated.  For carrying a loaded revolver  and being.n possession of a black  handkerchief with, two holes cut in  it, evidently a mask, a foreigner  was recently sentenced to a month's  imprisonment.  The initiation of construction of  the new bridge over the Nicola  river, between Coyle and Canford,  has been authorized by the provincial government and work is to be  commenced at once.  .  Asa result of Dr. Grenfell's recent visit to Vancouver, the philanthropise work which he directs  amongst the fisher folk of Labrador  will benefit to the extent of over  seven hundred dollars.  Kate Shepherd, who told the  magistrate at Victoria, that she  was the daughter of a clergyman  and a teacher of music, was sen-  tenced to two month's imprison-,  ment when convicted of vagrancy.    ���  The   first  federal  subsidy  to  the  provinces under  Hon. Martin   Bur-  rell's Aid to Agriculture Bill will,   it  is   expected   reach   the half million  dollar   mark.      The   apportionment;.,  of this sum among the provinces on.  the basis of population will, it is be-��  lieved, provide enough  tor the  beginning,   while  preparing   the way  for a larger expenditure  next year.  British Columbia's portion  amounts  to $27,000.  The grand chapter of Royal .Arch  Masons, which met recently ip Toronto, elected Dr. Sutherland, of  Revelstoke, as grand superintendent  of Kootenay district, thus recognizing his great interest in and influence in the western work. Revelstoke chapter has had previous  honor of a similar nature, when the  Rev. C. A. Procunier was elected to  ,- ���-..'. yr_.  the same position   in   1904,  and.&-  Gordon in 1911.  The Lord looks  after drunks and  little children."    The  truth  of "this  adage was proved on Monday by an  accident    which     befeil    two    worshippers  of Bacchus.     In   stepping  from the   ferry wharf to  the  scow,  which   was   to  convey them   across  the     pond,      the     first   adventurer  slipped, gasped, and was  precipitated  into   the  cold water.     The man  behind, making a gallant but rather  wobbly effort to rescue his pal, also  stumbled, and lurched into the lake.  Prompt assistance by the   ferry staff  prevented   a double   drownings   accident    and    the   loving-   couple,-   ui^r  daunted   by    their   narrow   escape,  continued   their journey  across,the I'SmmJttwximi'inVJZJb  ,    , T-   , ��� . " tviNDSOR SDF-T.-. CO., _.  lake.���Kelowna Courier. I.jriadaw, Out. c_*i��miAg.au_r^n  Don't envy the well dressed man���  wear Fit-Reform Suits and be one  Commissioner Black Arrives  George Black, the new governor  of the Yukon territory, arrived on  Thursday last at Dawson, after a  pleasant trip from Vancouver, the  temperature scarcely falling below  freezing point throughout the journey. Scores of rigs and hundreds  of people drove out to meet the  governor, who immediately assumed  office and relieved Major Horrigan.  of the Royal Northwest Mounted  Police.  The reward offered for the apprehension of the incendiary who set  fire to the Yale-Columbia mill at  Nelson, and who is believed to be  responsible for a number of other  incendiary fires, is now $2500. The  city council offers $500; another  $500 has been raised by public subscription, and the attorney-general's  department offers $1500.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wood,   $4.50 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $6.50.  if-    WOOD   DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  Gust Johnson  Every Woman  U interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vac-tuJ Syringe.    Best  ���Mom conrenient.    It cleanses  in��t��ntly.        Ask your  k j���___._r fi_r-|| , . .  St he cannot supply tho'  MARVBL-accept no otb��r#  __ut send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed.   tt��ive. full parric-  _. , _. , '---ibu lo ladles.  Mr. Businessman Are You Very Much Alive ?  f To the hict that Printers' Ink is an essential to the building up of a successful business. If  "you want to stand in the front rank of commercialism, you must advertise���not once or  twice, but continuously. Therefore, Printers' Ink must be your watchword. The guide  of the thrifty housewife is the newspaper, every column of which she scans to find out the  price and particulars of any article she requires ; the same applies to the man who wants  either a suit of Clothes or a pair of Boots, etc.  WHY NOT HAVE YOUR STATIONERY PRINTED  BY US?  t There are three essentials .to Good Printing���GOOD CLEAR TYPE, GOOD WORKMANSHIP, GOOD MACHINERY.- These are at your disposal at the Pioneer Office.  We make a specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, Note Heads, Memos., Posters,  Visiting Cards, Menus, Wedding Invitations, Check Books, etc. We have a large stock of  the Finest Papers, namely: Government Bonds, Japan Bonds, Merchant's Bonds, etc.,  also a fine assortment of Imperial Linenettcs, Kenmare Linens, Sterlings.     Call TO-DAY.  UE PHOENIX PIONEER  $2.00 per year, in Advance  $2.50   "    , " United States  Make up your mind that this spring  your new Suits are coming out of  the Fit-Reform Wardrobe.  Fit-Reform spring styles���in all the  new and elegant effects���are ready  for your choosing.  Let us show you these Fit-Reform  creations ��� that weU-dressed men  *re wearing.  538  MORRIN THOMPSON  Phoenix, B.C.  MONTREAL.  THE STANDARD Is the National  Weekly Newspaper of the Dominion  of Canada. It is national in all its  alms.  It uses the most expensive engravings, procuring the photographs from  all over the world.  Its articles are carefully selected and  its editorial policy is thoroughly  independent.  A subscription to The Standard  costs $2.00 per year to any address In  Canada or Great Britain.  TRY IT FOR 1912!  Montreal   Standard   Publishing   Co.,  Limited,  Publishers  To Canadian Architects  Competition for New. Unt.bb.8__y  Buildings to be Erected at  Point Grey, near Vancouver.,  British Columbia.  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A reliable French regulator: never falls. Thew.  pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the  generative portion of the female system. Refuse  all cheap imitations. Or. de T��n'��� are sold at  *5 a box, or three for J10. Mailed to any address.  -be Soobell Dmj Co., St. Catharines, Ont.  The Government of British Columbia invite Competitive Plans for the  general scheme and design for the proposed new University, together with  more detailed Plans for the buildings  to be erected first at an estimated cost  of $1,500,000.  Prizes of $10,000 will be given for the  most successful Designs submitted.  Particulars of the competition and  plan of site may be obtained on request from the undersigned.  The designs to be sent in by July  31st, 1912, addressed to  THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION,  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, British Columbia.  I  *1  Another Opportunity  ISNOW OFFERED  YOU TO GET IN  On the Ground Floor  Port Mann  The Pacific Terminus of the  Canadian Northern Railway.  It is safe to say that in a few years Port Mann will be one of  the big-g-est, if not the biggest grain shipping- ports on the Pacific.  Already there has been secured for Port Mann, a Million Dollar  Flour Mill, Glass Works, Steel Mill, Wood Working Plant, Car-  ��� riage Plant and Grain Elevator. Several other milling and wheat-  buying firms are in treaty for sites there.  The Canada Car Works, a twenty-five million dollar Montreal  concern have taken a site near Railway Addition, and it is expected that these works alone will ultimately employ 5,000 men.  These are only a few of the many industries that are coming  to Port Mann. There is everything to indicate that Port Mann  will be one of the busiest and most progressive cities on the  Pacific coast.  Does it not look reasonable that an Investment in Port  Mann is safe, and that money will be made easiiy and  quickly? The time to buy is right now; there is no  money made buying when a boom is at its height.  I am selling Lots today in Railway Addition  for $250 each; $15 down, and $10 per  Month, no interest, no taxes.  The Prices on the above Property will advance  20 percent on March 31st.  P. O. BOX 1 2 6  W. A. PICKARD  SELLING AGENT FOR THIS  DISTRICT >���:... ���("^v^'"*' 'A'  PS*^'? ���*������''.**'"''���"* " '"-  ^ft^r-Jf,^  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BHJLTISH    COLUMBIA.  ��../��������� ^���--  R-r"  J"*1  I. * *'  ��� ii "���"-���  IP��.  I*  I.  L  Local and General  ]  fid of Ihe  .,$0 anxiety on   I  Biting-clay if you use |  Baking Powder  Insures ligkl, sweeil  hole some    ^ooa  I  8 Apure9Creamofferfar^  Powder  W  No Al  'LimePliospliafe  taSSSSKKSKKKSNKKS  which recovered the body of the  French Prince Imperial, son of  Napoleon III. and ,the Empress  Eug-enie. He was also an ex-member ofthe Royal Northwest Mounted  Police" and   for   a   time    he   was  The Shooting of Aston  The   mystery    surrounding    the  shooting- of Constable Aston  of the  provincial police, which  took place  recently on the Okanagan boat, has  been   cleared.     Both- the  prisoners  were shackled and occupied the top  stationed at Midway  bunk   ii_   the   cabin,   the   constable  taking the lower one. r Wilson, one  of the prisoners, asked the constable  for a   drink of water  and when   the  request was   complied with,  Aston  found  himself looking into the barrel of a small 22.   calibre   revolver  and was   ordered  to   throw   up  his  hands.    Aston  refused and a  terri-  Jack Anderson left on Tuesday to  spend a few days in the Queen City.  ' Born���At Phoenix, or. Friday, March  22, to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. McDoughll, a  son.  John Mulligan and James Marshall  were in Spokane this week transacting  business.  Born���At Grand Forks, on March  27, to Dr. and Mrs. 0. M. Kingston, a  daughter.  Richd. Laurie, of Chewelah, and  formerly of Phoenix, arrived in the  burg on Tuesday.  Mrs. W. Wills and children were  passengers on the Great Northern train  for Vancouver, on Thursday morning.  .V. S. Macy, general manager of the  Macy Hotel company, spent a few days  in town this week, returning on Thur-  day to Spokane.  Presbyterian service will be held on  Sunday evening, at 7.30 p.m., in the  K.P. Hall. A cordial welcome. Rev.  J. R. Munro, B.D.  W. X. Clark left on Monday for the  ranch of A. D. Mackenzie in the Similkameen. Miss Jane Mackenzie will also  spend the summer there.  There will be an evening service tomorrow  (Sunday)   in   the   Methodist  church, at 7.30 p.m.    Good music and  singing.    Rev. J.'.T. Nixon.    -  "Too many young people depend-on  ders.  of "a  fie struggle followed, Wilson holding Aston while the other man shot  him. They released their irons  with Aston's keys which  they pro-  . cured "by ripping open his travelling  bag. It appears that when the  desperadoes were searched the,first  time the small pistol was overlooked,  but after the second searching the  22. pistol was found strapped next  to. Wilson!s skin. ,Both' prisoners  Jiave admitted their guilt.' The con-  -/-dition-of Aston/is .very serious  Coal Discovery at Ladysmith  A special to the Vancouver Sun,  says   that     some    excitement   was  caused   in  Ladysmith,   recent!}',   by  the  uncovering of  a   good seam of  coal on the face of the  hill near the  Tyee dam.  The discovery was made  by some men who.were laying bare  the   hillside in   an endeavor  to demonstrate   the    existence    of   the  Wellington   seam,    of   the . Oyster  Harbor    collieries.      The    vein   is  about- 2ft.   6in. -deep   and   dips towards the sea.  their father's money taking them  through this world, and their mother's  prayer's making everything all right  for the next.        _ i  Millinery Opening.���On Friday and  today (Saturday), Mareh 29th and 30th,  at our new Store, in Greenwood, un-;  der the direction of Mrs. M. 0. Elson  A lady in England,  principal  Nottingham school, has recently forwarded  a    pair   of  handsome   brass  flower vases for the altar of St. John's  church. ���  t *-  -  A large lynx was seen on Tuesday  on the Great Northern track, close to  the town. Owuers of chickens on the  outskirts of the town should make a  note of this. ,  D. G. Stafford,- master mechanic of  the Granby mine, left on Saturday for  Lethbridge, the serious illness of his  brother necessitating a somewhat hurried departure.  The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns.  ���Morrin, Thompson and Co. announce  that hereafter these famous patterns  may be had at their pattern department.    Price 10c. and 15c.  gormandizers to l  was a sight to behold.   R. Elmgren  secured the silver dollar hidden in his  pie, while   young   Mizzetti's   crusher  machinery earned for him the other  prize.  A meeting of Gold Range, L.O.L., is  announced ior next Wednesday evening at 7.30.  Gordon Thompson is now stationed  at the South Kootenay Power and  Light company's sub-station at Greenwood, where he is to be initiated into  the mysteries of the "vital spark."  A dance in aid of the Phoenix General hospital is arranged to take place  on Easter Monday. The institution is  urgently in need of funds and a united  effort should be made to assist so  worthy a cause. ,  Austin Y. Hoy, agent for the Sullivan Machine Drill company, was in  town this week. On Wednesday he  gave a demonstration at the Granby  works with both his company's hand  and machine drills.  The* Phoenix Brass Band, which is  now one of the well-established organizations of the town, are preparing a  program for a concert to be held on  April 19th. Greenwood talent have  promised their assistance and the event  promises to be one of unusual merit.  "-Once again we draw atention to the  indiscriminate firing of .22 rifles in the'  immediate neighborhood of the town,,  and'it is about time that an example  should be made of this class of offen-  The other day two parties were  walking near the C.P.R. depot when a  couple of bullets whistled dangerously  near their heads. It might be of interest to those who regard the twenty-  two as a toy, if we point out that its  muzzle velocity is about 1200 feet per  second, while its striking energy ajt 25  yards is nearly 100 foot pounds. Even  at a range of 500 yards the bullet has  been known to inflict a nasty injury.  Call and  Get It.  Rs*# T'  Contractors Importing Aliens  The other day 112 Russian" laborers passed through "New Westminster en route, for. -Vancouver,  (whence they will proceed to the  the (Grand Trunk Pacific camps and en-  bullet-having,embedded .tself in" the gage in railroad construction work.  brain. . .������'���."..������- They came direct from Russia.  Constable  Aston   is   a native  of  ��� ��   Lincolnshire, England, and previous       Thejosie mine, Rossland, shipped,  to coming- to Canada  he had served   in Feb., 1,570 tons  of ore, and 1501  in    the    17th    Lancers,    serying in   tons of concentrates.     The smelterIB. Lee, Rector.  Zululand with that regiment.      It is  receipts were $29,876 for  1813 ions!    The stated services  said that  he was   one ot   the party j of ore  shipped, and   $4,042  for 195 J church are as follows:  Harry Read was a passenger for the  coast on Tuesday's train; before returning to his ranch he intends to inspect his lots in Westminster, which  we understand have increased considerably in value of late.  For sale, large dwelling house on  Ironsides-avenue, eleven rooms, four  furnished, fine spring on property,  stable, woodshed; easy terms to immediate .buyer.���Apply P. J. Tinetti.  The Services on Sunday in St. John's  Church   are: Holy Communion   at  8  a.m.,   Morning Prayer at 10.30, Holy.  Communion at 11 a.m., Sunday School I  at 3, Evening Prayer afc 7.30.     Rev. L. 1  Second Division Coquitlam  T have recently received the blue  prints and price lists of the second  division of Coquitlam. - This property  will be placed on the market on April  10th. In order to obtain the choicest  selections of these lots, intending purchasers should see me before that date  and have their applications sent in for  reservations as soon as possible. The  prices on these lots in the second division are from $300 up. The second  division promises to be as good an investment as the first, both for residen-'  dial and business. When you buy inthe second division you are buying in  the heart of the new townsite.  ,W. A. PIOKARD, Box 126.  Sole Agent for this District.  N. J. Carson & Co.  Electric Restorer for Men  PllOSphonol restores every nerve in the body  to its proper tension; restores  -rim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at once. Phosphonol wi_  make you a new man. Price *B a box. or two tor  $&. Mailed to any address. Tbe ScoBell ~  Co., St. Catharines, Oat.  [tons concentrates.  [Drug  Granite creek, in the Tulameen,  has had a little mining excitement  1 uely, some very encouraging washings having been made.  ^  in the Catholic I  First and third I  Total   $33 918 /Sundays in  the month.   Mass at lOj  I a.m.,    Sunday  School    at   2.30  pm.;|  Evening Service at  7.30   p.m.    Rev. I  Father Choinel, pastor. J  The fire department, under Chief  Hartley, made a quick run on Friday  of last week as far as the lower  town, the ceiling of one of the houses  having caught fire. The fire was, however,  No Otlier Hosiery  Offers This���  'Foot-clothing that fits with absolute perfection, for  reasons you will readily see if you'll glance at the  picture here . . . the only hose made that is permanently shaped to the foot and leg, and that is both  Seamless  and  Snug-Fitting  You would not think of buying hose with a seam up the front  of  the  leg . . . . wouldn't that be ugly and uncomfortable?  Probably you buy  the kind with a seam up the back only  because you  didn't know   there was a kind free from  that  discomfort   and   unsightliness.     There  is,   however.   You*  can get the better hind in  any -weight   or  color   if  buy hosiery made by  Penmans   Limited  Paris  Underwear,  lull-Fashioned  Seamless  Canada  Hosiery  HRALS THE LUNGS  PRICE. 25 CENTS  QUICKLY   STOPS   COUGHS.   CURES   COLDS.  MEALS TH. THP9AT AND LUNQ8, SB CKiMTS  extinguished before the arrival  of the wagon. j  On Tuesday, April 2nd, Miss Huffman, milliner of Grand Forks, will  have on display in the sample room  opposite the Brooklyn hotel, a choice  selection of ladies' and children's  trimmed hats. The ladies' of Phoenix  are invited to come and inspect these  new spring styles.  Jas. Pierce returned to town on  Thursday after a flying trip to Rossland and Spokane. While in Spokane  he met L. Trehune, who was so badly  injured by a premature explosion a  short time ago. Jim says he was looking very well and that he was able to  see with one eye-  Jack McMillan, who has been suffering severely from rheumatism, left on  Wednesday for Hot Springs, Arkansas. Jack came up from Greenwood  in hopes that the change would benefit  him, but after atrial of Phoenix had  proved futile, it was decided to take  hiin to the springs.  At St. John's church, on Wednesday  evening next, there will be a lantern  service illustrating scenes from the  life of our Lord. The slides are copies  from the works of the celebrated artist, Howe, and are beautiful examples  of that kind of art. An invitation is  cordially extended to all to be present.  The motion pictures at the Opera  house this week drew large audiences,  especially the performance oh Tuesday night, when, after the films and  songs had been disposed of, the pie-  eating contest took place. This part  ofthe program excited no end of interest and the   efforts of the young  CHICAGO MERCHANT  MAKES STATEMENT.  after Spending Thousands of Dollan  '.bind Ci insulting the Most Eminent ���  -    Physicians, He Was Desperate.  .   CHICAGO, ILLS Mr. d. G.  Becker, of 134 Van Buren St., a  well-known wholesale dry goods  dealer, states as follows:  "1 have had catarrh -for more  than  thirty years.      Have  tried  everything on   earth   and.spent  ������   thousands   of dollars  for other  medicines   and  with physicians,  without  getting any lasting relief, and can  say to you  that i  have found Peruna the only remedy   that   has   cured    me   permanently.  "Peruna has also cured my  wife of catarrh. She always keeps  it in the house for an attack of  cold, which it invariably cures in  a very short time-"  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depots     v   v      Modern Bathrooms,  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  rh_  PAPERHANGING  KALSOMENiNG  AND CARPENTERING  I beg to inform the citizens of Phoenix  that I am now in a position to take  contracts for the above work.  All those desiring work done will  please telephone Fred Tuomisto,  Dominion Hotel. Good workmanship guaranteed.  HAND-PAINTED CHINA  We have a very vice selection to choose from.  NOTHING NICER FOR WEDDING PRESENTS.  SMALL PLATES, $1.00, $2.25 and $3.00  LARGE PLAQUES - - $2.75 to $5.00  BON  BON  DISHES   (nicely  painted)   $1.50   up  1  E. A. BLACK   -   The Jeweler  THE COOGH MUST BE CURED.  THE SYSTEM BUILT UP.  The function of Mathieu's  Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  is to do this double duty.  The Tar cures the cough.  The Cod Liver Oil strengthens  the system.  No other agents equal these,  no other combination is so successful as Mathieu's Syrup of Tar  and Cod Liver Oil.  So wonderful is this remedy  that it is shipped each season in  car-loads.    Large bottle 35 cents.  Sold everywhere.  When headache and fever are present with  a cold take Mathieu's Nervine Powder* to  reduce the fever and allay the pain. J. L.  Mathieu Co., Props., Sherbrooke, Que.    (B)  DISTRIBUTORS   FOR WESTERN   CANADA  Foley Bros. Larson & Co.,  (INCORPORATED)  Winnipeg,  Edmonton,   Vancouver,  Saskatoon.  QUICKLY   STOPS  COUQH8.   CURES   COLDS.  ��&W JHB TH8ofYC ������ WJN08. as OKNTf  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  NOTICE.  The undersigned beg' to warn the  Public against purchasing real estate  in the registered Townsite of Coalmont  from any person or persons other than  the undersigned, who are the authorized agents for the sale of said property.  ^Signed) Wiixiamson & Tubner,  412 Carter-Cotton Building,  Vancouver, B. C.  MADAM LAVAL'S  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  A BE-IABLK KKG-LATOB  These Pills are compounded with the greatest  care from the most reliable remedies known to  science; such as are beinor used with much success  by the most celebrated physicians known.  Thoy are a specific for the distressing disorders  to which the female constitution Is liable.  Price $2 a box. Wo. �� (much stronger), *3 a  box. Sold at all drug Btores, or by mail from Th*  __w_l Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont.  ONLY  If you come to  me for treatment  expect to be  cured. If others  have failed expect me to cure  you. Unless I  know that I can  cure you I will  not accept your  case,andin every  instance I treat  by my own original advanced  and scientific  methods.  MY FEES ARE FAIR, AND MY  CURES ARE PERMANENT  HEALS THELUNGS  ]>KZCB. 26 CENTS  Spermatorrhoea, Organic Weak-,  ness, Lost Vigor, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Contracted Disorders,  Specific Blood Poison, Piles and  Strictures���restoring all affected  organs to normal and healthy action  in shortest possible space of time.  visit  DR. KELLY'S  GREAT MUSEUM  Soo all tho forms of Diseases of Men.  consultation and instructive booklet free  at ollli. or-by mail.  210 HOWARD STRKET  SPOKANE -       - WA8H.


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