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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 25, 1911

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 Legislative *a$e,  MAR 30 191?  ^i v���i��� ��� "^  u j       ^ >* i m u.-^ti*f�� f#.\ wg/at^t,/,  TORIA,  G*   y  -____.   j,"%  >.w-  ^1'Jin. Si W  yiUl-^T.qU ;.���/-,,; t,^t;;���.;^^f  ^,0 mii  if* *��V.��   t'"H��fcWff^W���w��v��.,����^   i,^-n^,w,  >v  W'  ���(     X. ,, / J   'w '      <*        >,,  ;ii��jti��ai��j irai  Twelfth Year.)  u*'��k -ar7V7.T~~73TrT7iTrrTT-T777-^^  VICTORIA OUTLET  .'    ' ' ' <"'���'   I   >-"v-��;     , .  ''-^.i'J     Cv':,iJ  .* U;:,<t,<,t'H    f,<   jj  ij ^    ^;:^H   ;,;<?Wa   ::    ;PHOjSNIX,tB;C, SATURDAY,  MARCH ,25,^ 1911   ;  -  . , i .;,fur,-,'\j-i|'',7;fOv!i? k  1 ^���.    f ;i';t,,li   'l^i''^ ���",'!'</r  Vidu^i''  ii ^  v/v,/,y|  ,' iJ ��� </="-;< J,'"I ���' M^jf  MAKES NEW RECORD  j Boundary Mining Notes  _.    ,,  No.c 18  ���I  .r<i  tj>(  Thousand Tons Ore Shipped in  Seven Hours.  ��  The Victoria outlet of the Granby  mine distanced all, past   records on  A small force is  working on   the I  Mohawk group of claims near Fife!  The Snowshoe mine has reduced  its force*and cut'the'kHipments down  to,200 tons a day:'  v ��"*��� * j*^ **- w,��t*  -,*>  L  Tuesday morning when, through it,  oyer 1QOO tons of ore were hoisted,'  crushed and loaded on Great. Northern cars for shipment io the smelter  l9 . 3e^en: hou,r,s-    The, '> iO,uitje.t��' had  been out of commission   the previous  afternoon   and   the   bins, were  empty'with a  train of cars "spotted  when operations  commenced Tiies-  4?**.,..The crusher, is credited with  a capacity of 150 tons an hour and  the j. record  made  means Tthat   the  crusher was. forced .to. Jts.capacity  for the entire seven hours.  But Granby, give promises of :be-  mg on the eve of, a record smashing  period   with   the   entire   battery  of  furnaces at the smelter in. operation,  this week's shipments  and tonnage  smelted both  pressing  close to the  records.   With three outlets Granby  ��hiPI?ed approximately 28,000 rtpns  pfvore^tW.swe^k; in the, course of a  few, weeks another  outlet will be in  operation   and[--the  output" off^the  mine, if necessary^ can .be-increased-  by 33 per cent.  Construction   work   for   the bins  The Greenwood tunnel is ' now in  1700 feet. ' During 'the' past week  .!29^ /eeJ\.��( a*r P*Pe  have   Deen installed.   ,  v Work attth'e Jewel mine at Long  Lake has been suspended. The experimental, tests of the new sluicing  mill,erected .last summer have not  given entire satisfaction.  ; Jrhe/;%iiikh': :&u$&X&i>p&  company s smelter treated 11,376  tons of ore this week as follows:!  Mother   Lode,    8,383;   Jack    Pot,;  1;499;  Rawhide,!,206; Napoleon,!  ;?87v, K<%   ,.KJ< 9\  -' t neV Fife^hiiiy 3at^Ghrister.illi'  has - shipped   two cars��of -ore/one;  car 8��.,%, to   the   Granby,^smelter  and,. the other   to   the' Consolidate^!  company's .smelter   at   Trail.    ExW  ;ploratory work r with,, trie diamoijil  drill is going albng steadily. . g,  'rAiriil j costingut$3500.has He&  ordered Tor ^he ^���pp^e_K^kiiig>'mint  at Chewelah by the Granby companyf  'and local, mining men beleive its iSJJ  - "   "'  *    .'f ii-��..    ��� - :?  Canada's Mineral Production  The ^Preliminary report on /��� the  | Mineral Production of Canada, issu-  edf by:the Department of^ Mines  at  Ottawa,, lis, to  hand.and  contains  some?, interesting stastistics.    According to this  publication   the min^  eral -production   of .Canada r forthe  year J910. exceeu fedu iri   value  $105,  000,0Q0.]( This is an.increase   of 14  percent,over last year.    There was  an; increase  in   the  value   of  coal  production   of ;.over  British Columbia produced minerals  to the valne of 24^ millions of. dollars;* .an   increase ' for; the   year .of  more than.two millions.,,'   ,X    i-r ,  :   The total coal production in.(Canada in ,1910,   comprising sales  and  shipments, colliery consumption and  jcoal jused-in making  coke, is estimated aM2,796,512   short, tons, valued at $29,811,750. . This is an increase of 2,295,037 tons,   or  nearly  ^2 per cent oyer  the   production of  )1909,<and is the,largest .prodiiGtion-  of coal yet recorded for Canada.   .,j  '���it ?r;.,  J^fflf|Ey^NS,fALLS:T6f  I'-VBra^JElisOliT^Oii  l I I ! 4,  ~)  ��� ,'aX  Loses   Balance While  Barrine  7      Down Roc^k^Iine^:.;V.\  ���i\ '/*  and other facilities in. connection  with the new outlet isv now going on  rapidly but wjIL.not. likely, be ready  until May.  ��� 'A-'��. newl 'continuation trackage  from the No/ 2 outlet has been built  from the No. 2 bins, and waste  from this part of the mine is conveyed and dumped into stopes that  have been /worked out. This is a  departure on Granby hill and, besides the refilling of holes, the sys  tern   does   away  with   the   further | and $41,000 respectively.  building of waste   track   extensions  and is convenient as well.    -       .  *.. ���'       '-''t tXJ'        v' -    - :'���.       -���)"'���  stallation    will   be   instrumental   m  inducing   the   "Great    Northern    to  build a spur, to the* mining^district.  nent Journal.   -       ���    j  During the month of February  the British Columbia Copper company's net earnings; / were approximately $24,600, as compared with  $17,034 for *the previous month.  Copper was produced at 9.53 cents  a pound against 11.599 cents in  January/ The net earnings of the  company for the months of January  and   February, 1910, were  $28,734  ;.. Arched Rocks Saved Him. ;f.'  ft DanvlKovich ,wasj,;^very close:i to^  .'*the,/partingv of ahe.^ways? -Jioiia  ,Gran,byx chute Mondayr<i.morning.  Kis escape was thkt of^a^ "miracle.  He was instantly, buried undermany  John Evans ' was  the 'victim of t'a  fatal  accident  in,the  Granby glory  hole about" eleven'  o'clock Monday  morning,   when   he   over-balanced  from a ledge\ a(nd;Vfeli^bac^y|i^;a  $5^000,000. J distance-of 50 feet into.a) chute with  fpcksi falling :uppn ?hun:; (He; was  hurried ,to  the. hospital, where   he  died   from   interVal,.;injuries^    two  hours, later.'*,. i"',; j:. , rt, \        '*.'��� .(/,'/*?-  The   unfortunate   man,   with   D.  Tyson,�� were -barring   down   loose  rock'a'ndh'ada1 rope, to  hang-  to as  a safeguard; a piece of rock further  up the; sideV  whicli (they;had /failed  to   dislodge  before,;  came   rolling  down and hit   Evans  on fihe  foot,  overbalancing him,  and   unable   to  grasp the  rope ! he fell' back wards  Coroner/Black of Greenwood held  an inquest on Tuesday ^ndjtliejviury  rejurned -* a ^verdict   of   accidental  death. '  '  -' '  "   '  Deceased * was'a 'native* &f> North  {Wales and came  to/Fhoeiiix^ about  two  years  ago, his  wife !and  children  .still /residing:^iii  VvaJ  two  es.  tons of ore^ for, some hours, and was I He was of a genial disposition and  extricated without A practically f a j had won for himself'many friends,  scar. / . I3"^ n^ death   is of g*eneraJ regret.  Kovich   was  a chuteman and, al- I He was 32 years of age.    /  though   contrary to   regulations, be       Services were  held in the Miners'  climbed over the gates of the chute   Union'  hall   Wednesday  afternoon  (instead of going up  a   manway for  by Rev. R. W.   Hibbert',  pastor  of  the purpose) to. blast   arid   dislodge  the Methodist   church,   the   funeral  the   ore,    having   three   sticks   of taking   place to  the  city  cemetery  Crow's Nest Pass Co.  At the annual meeting of the  Crow's [ Nest Pass Coal company  held in Toronto March 1 lth adivi-  dend of one per cent was declared,  the third since last^August; ;S  The annual report when analyized,  the president; stated; wasjthe ^best in?  the history of the company, with an  inspiring outlook. The company's  payroll   last year aggregated nearly  " Walter, H. Aldridge, who recently resigned as general manager of  the Can adiaW Coil sol idated- Mining  and Smelting company to accept a  similar position with' the Gunn-  Thompson interests, has opened offices at Los Angeles, Cal. The ^pro-  perti$sr^with.irwhjt;hiVhe,. will have  most to do aretnelnspi nation, Mason valley, Magma andGunn Quea-  ily^Gpal compatfry.    u&%���.-  dynamite for the purpose. When  in the chute the ore suddenly began  to move and rushed down upon him,  and. in a minute he was. pinned  under many tons of it. Miraculously, large rocks arched themselves over him and supported the  weight of ore, although his head  and every limb of his body was held  as if encased.      ,  His perilous position was soon  discovered but the work of releasing him from under rocks without  injury was a difficult task, requiring  nearly   four  hours.     When    taken  and was largely attended, the members of the Phoenix Miners' Union  walking in a body.  i   Ls�����.   Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of.'the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Mar. 25 and for year to date:  .27,317    265,685  . '7,056      74,655  Granby.  Mother Lode.  Jack Pot  Rawhide  Snowshoe . ..  Granby at Chesaw.  co enn rmn a -aX ���,-       Active   work   has   commenced at  $2,500,000expended in wages.   The  _UL   M:&.   ���" w L' :*t ^' *t"^^ X  fi4. f       u %vtA ri* J the -claims which#thej Granby has  profit for   the   vear   w^��vSilU QSfo    X.xX   \  & ���     X      ?,^    *  % ~Ayx: -^  boridea^on   Copper  mountain, near  profit for   the  year   was; $334,95$.   : ���<>���_���.���.  ";"J  Appointed Game Warden  CG, Wheeler, who has been con-  stable at Phoenix for a couple of  Weeks, has been appointied ipeputyi  game warden for Yale-Cariboo, hia  duties to commence forthwith. ;He  leffc on Mbnday to assume lii�� new po-  iifcion and will n^ke%is^aa^|!uartJks  at Grand Forks.  Chesaw. About a dozen men are  employed with John O'Brien as foreman. There vviil be little jir'elimin-  ary work before diamond grilling  will ...commence,,. A steam plant is  being;:iostalleii for the operation of  tbeSdrillsJ The Granby has a two-  year working bond oo the claims.  \  . Number Seven .... .  out, however, he walked off unaided. [��� Phoenix Amalgmt'd  His escape was the more wonderful from the fact that one of the  sticks of dynamite was knocked out  of his hand and cut in two by, the  rocks without exploding.  The New School  Construction work on the framework of the new school started this  week. Contractor Cosgrove has  practically all of the material for the  new building on the ground and  will rush the work as much as pos  sible. The contract calls for its  completion in July.  850        7,631  1'443      35,835  1,500     36,380  .. 1,350  1;,950  Total/. /..'. .'/3'8t62i   412,604  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby .. . ... . ... 25,115   266,494  B. C. Copper Co.: 11,376      127,018  Adjourned Annual Meeting  The adjourned annual meeting of  the Phoenix Mining. Smelting and  Development Company Limitedj will  be held in the Miners' Union hall,  Phoenix, on Monday evening, March  27th, at eight o'clock.  N. J. Carson,  secretary.  Phoenix, March 21,1911.  U\  \ \\  *^v**  }&��.  I  r-Vi*  :feSS  ^w��  l nrmumfLl  r,jlH!*'���,-l,' '.,'  ! * t   . .'  ������ . '.    'P  r    r     ���>     * 1      i      )  r ,VJ��   L��'"',t/  i-iji  > "n' i>i.  >v >  >'        r'  I?1"<*.  ���'   il" ���  s^W'  '   1      ,  13-v :k  S-.-n -���    tf;  JSD-W'JS COMING  KCOTdE TO rG62^!RAd3bSs.  MF % I.* -�� WTO  *nKfe   ^1--   ����������� 5"  s.fW y&ftj.   r,^��  ���f* ftfW^J" **.�����.* k^nta]t      J^i  T ^    ,  ./���^9BP Hou^ GBAiro Forks.  JSEilJED   TENDERS,    subscribed  Jsmder* for   Grand - Porks    Court-  Tfae Sport in Phoenix has Made  a Good Showing.  I...  rook  V~  hoP^,,I^U he received by the Hon-J    ouraMethe|^nisfcer/bf:Public/Wni*ir��i    tiu-^'  - * ���        ��. v> ^ *    ���   ,  ^p^noWoF^nlaS^ t^ 3rdd^Vof      Tfae be^����ingT of Rossland Garni-  r r  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  ���<���~>-   Depot,  -v-v :   Modern Bathrooms.  ^f��^^ The begihningof Rossland Garni, r~ ~"    ^P<*.       V    '.- / Mbdern Bathrooms.      .,  3^#ft*l��r#^erecfcion randcom- va! was undoubtedly ski-jumping and ; -^ 30?! ''^Hb^iir:iiji*atoW/   '���� ^���.��,rJ*v ���iJ,      *  ;->  ft^��^0*u��?^ -       - H5��5 H?ATED-;    iELECTRIC LIGHTED  t _' i'iaiis/'specificatioiisr confcrant^ ��n/i B. MacKenzie seciirfivj .WmhUc r  Tamoo TUTo*.^U��1l   T3>-^^ " "Dliil^^i i  ���s  *  ^P^n^specfficatioiis~ contract; and I B�� MacKenzie secured   trophies for  j^jSftS^^ th- ��P�� which are of a handsome  the offleesof We QoverHment Agents  character.     But of late years so rao-  at C^rana Forks- and 'Nelson   and uf   :^i��� u      u     i . ^    -    l^    '"FTj  ^ gffl^of.Departmentof ^fbl?cfc   dIy ��as hockey come in to favor thati g  ^r^ Victoria.     - ^   ,t has passed ski-ing in  the public  < usach proposal must be accomnanWs J ^.��-     ^- ��>      .       . F    Ht  byanai^p^baukch^^^rtu?  estimatloa-    But that is no'reason  X^Et!*!!*^*^*'10^^ ski-ing should   be  allowed to  ^^^r^��b^���^raI, -to,abeyance,    Its,popu.ari��;  ivZJSLF*^ ^000; which shall be  �� gfreatly  bo   the  increase, in the  '&fZ����^^ ^l11 A-"^although  g^certMcafces of ^deposFiof unSe^Ltbere are no h,,,s tospeafc of,   tbou-  'SitlrSfci?^ W��   be/eJurn^d *��them  sands of spectators throng the placed  upon the execution of the contract, j      ��rK^M   u- ���        - 8 pwce  J^ie.successful, tenderers sha��ton-   Where skl-JumP*o& contests are held  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  i{ull��??cc^W tenderers shaUfurn-      _  ish a bond of k dWi^lrtU'!!^^-.      They have even gone toithe great  ��� -a���x iL~���rrrftrf' **zwBjau.s rsnau.iurn-  w*3 ^nd of a **wi��*�� -company  satisfactory to the ^Minister of 'plihlir. -j. r-        .  Wort��..,�����r*.i,�� f^^^^LSF-*^���10 expense of erecting .enormous^ steel  due fulfllment of the contract^  *    t     '   inclines in order to - provide   for the  ��� '        ^Tenders' willnot- be cdnsiden^nn ��.   -  . ��. F*��v����e .ror tne  aeasm^nnf ^"+u��� *_r^^aere*.un" spectacular    effects.      How^  much;  more/popular should thisientertain- j  ing sport be  in this  district  where  *.i -  .. .._  R.. V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,  heated by steam,   and well ffurnished 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 Ciffars  A^g^e,out on the forms supplied,  25?* ^tt/^e;"acfiBal signature 6f  the tenderer, and enclosed; in the envelopes furnished. f . ^; . !  x 5Je IdVestW any tender not neces^  ��arily;accepted.   ,   .,-  zuX  '-:*;   <*v-ti  t&i? k^�� I��� ^bSP ^o'ks Engineer.  I>ei��artmentofPuqlicW^orks,      *  / Ticferia,- B. C.V JMarch 8t$ 1911.     -  CENTRALLY LOCATED ON CORNER  BRIDGE  AND   KNOB   HILL  AVENUE  ;���(-.  Steam Heated, Electric  Liffhtinff.  Telephone 48 and 26  5t  �� Jl T *  there are excellent hills forjumping  and finex open country, for ski-running. There are many who are not  physically fit to, take part, in-the  strenuous game of hockey, and have,  therefbretK to cbhtenr "themselves  with being, spectators. iSimilarly  ���there are-many who would not care'  to risk   taking  big jumps  on skis,  tfonsidesAnenue.    ^ ^^W^.^riKrf^ije-  *W^xr,>*,,���    ��'^..  - :.      x A***"** to  members of both sexes.  t^mM{J^rvATR DXir Ci^ses for ?* that tfaere is no risk even in  .^^.andGfrla beWeen the a^ of' 6 that' bg* with care the element of  f^J1^?^ WaU & ��^ed on Ap^ danger: is reduced to a minimum.  17th, 1911. .   -.-       -      ,   .���,   ! There can   be nothing better.     It is"  of the Phoenix  rt^ v     *, -    '���  Iron.Beds and Mattresses  ���" ^^TS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^WsilissssssssiHilBsBsHHssssBBHHBslissssssl  1  WE have   a'nice  range  of medium   and   low  priced  Iron  Beds, Springs and Mattresses.   They are selected  fc?r   their quality and  are easy  on .your.' purse.     A stock   of  ��f!,:��*rs- Oomrbrters, etc, on hand.  T OIJR stock of Furniture'offers you articles that go to make  life  happy and  comfortable  in  the home.      Our Couches  .and Easy Chairs help to make life  worth  living.    Our  t store is full of articles  that are both useful and ornamental  Inspection Invited.  Ihadditionto the usual School Subjects, a new and Up-to-date Kdcdeb-  ,garten  Class .will  be  formed  for  Chfldren under 6 1$7.00 per Quarter.  The Junior and Intermediate'Classes  feona  Infants  to   Class   V  inclusive  LOO per quarter  even finer than snow shoeing, for a  man may go in many places, on skis  where one^on snow shoes would be  stalled.  Mr. McKenzie ��� has recently- received a copy of -the sixth, annual  report ofthe National Ski Associa-?  C. F. EDWARDS-FURNITURE  ' *        ���  "*���**��������*���� DEALER  f��M����r^Advanced .Classes-Classes  ^m^  $9.00 per quarter    . rA    Jldcce^ptaoaal advantages are offered tlon ot Amer��ca from the secretary,  tetihoeejin ai^endance, arid careful at- | Aksel H.. Holter, and-it. is full of  ^^^^^hChm'a^ci&i  -nesting items,   and  much excel,  ^e^c^isofthehighesfco^er| ^1^ iS Pven to those- who  and for jsuceessful results, H. M. In- -ls   Past,me-     During   the  specter^ Reports  stands'unexcelled"   last wiater   the   Rossland Ski   club  pupils are prepared for all examinations.  .Individual Tuition may be given,  or small classes formed in  the even-  .Wafer adults in Penmanship, Eng-  ^ aQ���?nina^   Composition,  Draw^  teg, Arithmetic, Elocution,  Domestic  ^S:-V:;--���?a���� *�� fcwo Objects  D. J.  MATHESON  i- : Insurance A&ent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS.  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  phoenix, ac.  was re-established and P. Servold  took much interest in it. .With a  few more enthusiasts a very strong  organization could be formed which  would provide wholesome amusement for the members and give  Rossland a chance of  regaining the  Phoenix-  Qreenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. )  r   "     r    "        'pw^town, 10.00a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. I  Commerc' 1      a  ouojecra   ��.ossiana a cliance of  regaining- the  <*>&** *��*Xpe���ZTL�����l laure,s lost duri^ the   ,ast   two PROMPT ATTENTION TO  EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  quarter^ �� $^  carnivals, when athletes from Phoe-  TUITION BY  "oU?^f Certificated Experienced  .^toh,Teacher,.Graduate of the E. C  gaming CbHege; six years Principal  of Board Schools; Graduate of High  Sdigm;fiffvA&-ajDd Graduate of the  S&amnig School of Domestic Science  with JPirsfe-CIass Diploma.  MBS. McDOWALL.  MmxHmemt after April Sth  nix  captured   the   trophies.���Rossland Miner.  %  [Note��� "What we have we'll  hold" is the motto of the Phoenix  Ski club.]  a  ii irroprietor  A&&ex��$gmg has At. mission for above  &e Maging of customers to your store  ��%&&& m. ssmwer to your separate adver-  th&meate,   l��ha& s. mission of busi-  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G,  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time that you   want  any BilJ^ds, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers--m fact, anything- in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  show you  samples: : :  *  er*t.-  - ---,����. ____    _. 'IttfKffih Afi^ ���^  Sixty roars the Standard  CREAM  A straight, honest, Cream of Tartar  ??��"$ powder. Made from Grapes*  Makes better, more healthful food.  Sold without deception*  NO ALUM   NO LIME PHOSPHATE  ^������^^������������������lilMilsssssssss^ssssssssM  ������ Alum tat food must tberefore act as ��� poison."  ���Pmf. Johnson, Yale University. '   ': u  Reed the label.  Buy no baking powder unices  the label shows It to be mode  from Cream of Tartars,  Bridesville Pioneer Dies  ' Thomas Sayey, for a quarter of a  century a resident of the Bridesville  district, dropped dead Thursday'  while on his way home from the  local store, a distance of a mile;  death being due to heart failure.  He had enjoyed good health up to  the time of his death.. '���'  Deceased   was a native of England and was, 67 years ot age.     He  eng-aged in placer mining and tilled  a  small   ranch, like  a   number   of  other pioneers in the  same district.  The funeral took   place  on Mon*  day  and   was  largely   attended by  people   of the  neighborhood.    The  remains were laid   to   rest in a plot  on the ranch   where he   had resided  for so   many years, the  ceremonies  being  conducted   by Mr.. Stewart,  Presbyterian missionary.  Stomach Cut Out  B. J. Sykes of Cardston, Alberta,  recetiy paid a   friendly   visit, to the  American hospital in Philadelphia.  '���If your stomach doesn't agree  with ydu have it cut out," said the  doctor. Doctors, a year ago, gave  him one rnonth to live, and told him  he had one chance in a hundred of  surviving the operation. ' He took  the chance. Last summer he raised  several thousand bushels* of wheat  on his farm in   Alberta    and willed  back this spring to enjoy life arid  three square meals a day. He says  he eats everything that anyone else  twould eat, and never 'felt better in  his life, but he doesn't disclose the  secret, neither will the physicians.  Wall paper bargains; last year's  stocV to be disposed -of cheap; new  patterns to arrive this month. Al.  Almstrom.  ���: ��.   Nice assortment of ladies' side combs  on special sale at Love's Drug Store.  Another Drop in Eggs  ^X^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^'^^^aaMaVaaaaamVaaaWMi  Strictly Kresh Ranch Eggs 40c per doz. Hazehvood   dreamery  Butter  4,0c   lb. Hazelwood   Creamery Butter  2   lbs   for  75c.  Sugar Cured  Hams 24c per lb. Choice   Breakfast   Bacon 26c  per lb. Pure Leaf Lard S-lb pail $1.00.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.       PHONE 2  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS   BANK  Capital  artd   Reserve,   $5,250,000  Head Office -  Established 1859  -   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  W*. Fahweu, President.   S. H. C. Mixkk, Vice President   J. MacKinnon, General Manner  82 BRANCHES IN  PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  .. AND AT  WINNIPEG, MAN. VANCOUVER, B. C  COLEMAN, ALTA. GRAND FORKS, B.C.  LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHOENIX,  B. C  TAB^, ALTA. ^^        ^    PRINCETON, B,  A Profitable Partnership.  A father with a view to encouraging his young daughter   aged 20 to  purchase   a Canadian   Government  Annuity, so   that  she   may have an  absolutely  sure   income   of $300 a  year so long  as she   may live from  and  after   the age of 55, offered'to  contribute' $25 a year  for this purpose if she should   from   her  earnings contribute   the   balance of  the  anunal premium necessary to secure  the said annuity, an offer which the  daughter readily accepted on ascertaining how   small an   amount, she  would   be   required   to   pay.     She  found   that by a   saving of $2.27 a  month, in addition to the $25 a year  (or $2.09 a month) to be paid by her  father the annuity of $300 would not  only be   secured, but that it   would  be paid for iO years in any event so  that  should   sbe die   before  the 10  years expired the   annuity would be  continued for the   remainder of the  term to   such   person   as   she might  name, thus   insuring   a   positive re-j  turn   of  $3,000, but,   as   has   been  said, with the  proviso   that   should  she survive the   10  years the annuity would be continued to herself so  long   as   she   might   live.     Should  death occur   before   55  all that has  been paid   in with 3% compound interest would go  to her heirs.     It is  certainly   a   most   attractive investment, and other fathers or   mothers  desiring to   set   so excellent   an example to their  children of any ages  may   ascertain   full   informatiou  on  the   subject    by   applying   to   their  postmaster, or   direct   to the super- ,  intendent of  annuities, Ottawa,   to  whom all letters go free of postage.  The most delightful of  all preparations for the  Hair,, making-, it-soft,  silky and luxuriant. It  contains nothing that  will harrn.the-hair.  New Consignment  just received.  Side  -^^��>  c.  Works at Port Mann.  The Canadian Northern railway  and the British Columbia Steel corporation, capitalized at $10,000,-  000 are conducting negotiations for  the location of the steel company's  big new steel plant at Port Mann.  Capital for the erection of the new  plant has already been secured.  In Sets  of Three  We have just received an  Elegant assortment of  Ladies' Side and Back  Gombs for dressing hair,  also Berets. All new and  Stylish Goods. Call and  see them.  ��avpigs Department at all  Offices.  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL    OVER    THE   WORLD  See the New Fit Reform Clothing  samples for made to measure suits at  Morrin, Thompson & Co.'s���they are  beauties.  ��      *****  i.!-..*. j'ui.'.fr. .vsvjt-i'-r..-* ���;:...;_ ���.uvi.wiij.b.vu ���,>(j> >�����-.��-,i'.v '-.��.-:���+., ..-:��� ;o..i-~ *��,��.--�� . "n-iv i*. /��?.. '.���., -w^-i*,,-jiui**r.-if,\2,Tr.?.^.u-,..-;,L.' wr\�� %s\i��.v 'u���,-.���.. j.��1.4-.ii.". �������.,,Mr.j: -..���, j*, \\t ."��� �����.i*a*<  -��iT ���.-.-���*.l.'.*j.--  ���?*. 'jo.1*1.it.-'.'  -'���u-.j(V..-WM..-A.".irj-lvi#lI|����lrn��-��tjsyHij(< -MsstMiMiwv  -J  ��<T; .}"  o*  Local and General  Fresh .oyster cocktails at' the Hotel  Brooklyn bar.     ,  Ask to see the newjasts in,4shoes at  .,. d:~ cm.  '        '  " '<-,*"*    tr-       i  �� ]JP. E. Brown of Greenwood has been  in" Phoenix for a few days this week  ori;the lookout for a buyer for mining  property.  the Big Store.  P. Oakley Spiceris registered'at the  Brooklyn from Greenwood."'   "  ' '      ���;  ;Fresh^ceIlery,'lettuce and ripe'"to-  m'atoes at the'Big Store.  Sr    j f (' 1     J ��-.> 1   I  ��� Tell the people what you have to sell  and what you-want, for, it, \anci -you'll  s<j>on find a biiyer. Advertise nix The  Pjbnoer.       My _ " \;      ..   h :* ,.  ��Jimmy Brittjmt it over Harry, Guise,  arJRossland last Monday in )a boxing  brtut.    Rossland gave the game good  . .   - .support and liow^ali', thepugs, in' the  ' Dry wood-in*'bar lots for' sale;Vapply   country have^their'^yes 1 on Rossland'  to Jos. Trombley, Phoenix. \     <:i.w* ���   J a|> battle grQun^r;V/f> '''Py- X'-''*  Rev. J.* Petrie ofI'Greenwood was in  the city Wednesday evening.,<":    ,,\-  Found, near Central hotel,;a bunch  of k,eys; i apply at /Pioneer; office.  VICTIMS OF CONSUMPTION.  ���>>  , *>, r' i  MOTHER 'AND TWO CHILDREN AT  MUSKOKA FREE HOSPITAL.    Jl.;  -��� ���, : i ,     I  Are Now JDnder Treatment��� Husband,  \TooV Had Been a> Patient���A Tra-  gedy iii''Real Life���-Heavy Debt on  Institution.     *      " ���'' *'  5"  il  day by day if you fail to investigate   the. merits   of our  Beer.    , t' ��� *%?���' ^y-'-  properly brewed and'bf projper  age is the only kind to buy.  It costs more to produce/.a  pure IpalatableVbeer ; than j;a  *    , * *-yixM~i     &s ' k��,-X?     ���      X-x >  ,Several ha^ealready,occurred between  ^��.^w^-   W - -..-:t,t���-, r,,,,,, *^n an^t^ Boundary.";Mouday   result ot caring for  Af| A17 ^Constable. -JY.,, BC.; Docksteader. of inShfc a mud slide ttarty'feet long wa'j ****** intbe Musko  "li W f Midway was in town on Thursdrv 'discovered about three miles from j ��irl> a^out five year  l.fe   "4l     'n":;^,'"^:-:.^:,'  ''''''  **'J"   ^>��nixiustbeforeV an" ore train was   ^V^el^fc^herLbo  fOons^leMcl?oug,Uhas been and^l^^ ^^ ****"  the weather for the past few davs > ?v�� ��...��-.��. ���,.,_  .,,���.���.     ,.  .,    ,  Sage just received at Love's Drug Store  ���ft^ft^^,<?.- Pj B. .between  fisherman and Grand Forks Jwill^be  filled'fii this'spring. f   *��   ���"   v>,ix-- _.,_ �����,MWO ,������,������ lxtXlVW  That ^spring  rWerroat^ you-have'  *^en meetinS with generaT?faVor in  ������omised yourself, is waiting,.fbr vou ' fc��fe large C^1^^XX V��,?     ^ ^4rt jV- v/^; -,  announce that he has opened a school  ^deportment and ^.dancing in Miners'  CJnion hall and is now prepared.to receive pupils for   instruction" and   to  teach the two new dances .which have-  pi  at the Big Store.;,  A marriage -liceme has been  issued  .1? j  Beer ofAinferior?quiirty.lf We   *8 Mat^ Tiitiand. Miss Eveline Waski,  ough, and don't charge   '  : ��� ,     , ,-���>   rV  ��� -"       rFor.sale���Thi-ee-2f omed house,, well  furnished, and w( od shed, on. Idaho  do it though  extra for it-   For Al  BEER  best/duality,; ours stakes   the  IS^M'^'j ;.'irj>>it-xnxi�����-!<-   ***''  *  PHONE 23  "'.  ?teOENIF BREWING CO.,  --'XXX  r^cf "* *���! **, ���* ���* T -<f/ r  ^^*  Lumber and Wood  LATH, SHINGLES,^CORD-  WOOD or SLABWOOD I  can   fill ..your   order  promptly.  C. A. ROSS        Phone A44  Every Woman  is interested and should know  _        about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling. Spray  v;i   The new VajfinalSyringe.   Hest  ���Most convenient.   It cleanse-.  -^-^^     afnstamljr.'   t Ask your  1 druggist'for I'  ll* he cannot supply the  M A RVEL accept no other,  but send stamp tor illusi-r-tted  book���sealed. It give . full particulars and directions invaluable to ladies.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Windsor. Oat.-   *- } *- Gc-.^rJ Aeentbfor c  .sent  Z.X.  claini; apply to R. Conkey. '  'Advertising is simply'the voice of  the market-place speaking to aili men  in'the highways and byways. J'\ %    ^1  Seethe' News Fit Reform Clothing  samples'for made to measure suits-at  Motrin, Thompson * & Co.'s���they: are  beauties. ?/,',-       ,   '    >       ,       ,  - * ' I "   ������      '-   '     .  '"   "'~J 'it*    'A  ,  For Rent���Nice suite housekeeping,  rooms :atr;the  Biner  block; best loca- j  WheoVina^eed'. of> LUMBER,   fo^TS' reksondbIe;   &ood . w��ter.!  *   .   *J '���   x"iV��/ Jinquire of owner on premises: ���    I  llrchdeacon B^eer of Kaslo will hold,  services    in    the    Anglican    church,  Phoenix,: tomorrow. :Commnuion at  8 a.* m;; .morning services, 11; evening  prayer, 7:30 p. m.      v f  * "i  A dance   will   be   given in   Miners' j  Union hall on  Friday evening, March  31st.    A special feature ofthe, evening  will be" the new dances, "Blue Danube"'  ���Waltz" and the   "Denver."-   Music by  Werner's orchestra'.    .���,  ''. Victor - Odium, formerly editor -.of  the Nelson News, was in the Boundary  ,thistweek.; He is seeing,the interior  ��l the^province on foot as a means of  gaining knowledge for books and  newspaper articles. '   '! ���  J. W, Frost," an old-timer of the  Boundary, was in town for a few days  this week from Spokane. He is interested, with a. number of Boundary  men, in some iron claims at Sturgeon  lake, Ontario. ' |  ' '" i  Rev.  Roy Thompson    returned   to I  Vancouver on Thursday,  after a visit |<  to his brothers here.    He was accompanied   by Miss  Genevieve   Graham,  who   will visit Mr.   and Mrs. D.   A.  Grant,-   ,.;,,.. ���.  F. B. Keehan, immigration officer  at Marcus, Wash., and P. T. McCal-  liim, immigration (jfficer at Grand  Forks," were in Phoenix Thursday  evening on business, and it is stated  that there will be a rounding up of  aliens in the near future. ,  Early ' Tuesday   morning    the   fire  whistle blew the alarm for lower town  where it was found that a  cabin  belonging to  Charles Davidson  on the  Idaho claim  was in flames.   The fire  had gained such  headway that it was  impossible to   do or  save   anything,  and it was consumed in  a V���5iy short  time. ������'.���.'  \ A story from the Muskoka Free Hospital  for Consumptives tells of a. mother \rhfy;  with her two children, is now under treat1-  **,,..,.    ,, . ' merifc'in that institution.    The husband had  flWith   the arrival ox Spring comes   been a  patient, but the case was an aaV  tli'e railwa^rtrbubles from mudslides. JNvnnced o��o when the patient entered, and  ��.V��r ii 1 j     i,   , he has since passed away.    There is little  doubt but that the wife was infected as a  result of caring for her husband, and now  wheia in the Muskoka Hospital. Her little  jars of ugo, und a buy'of  , both, being afflicted with  this dread disease. <*)  The words of the mother are pathetic.  ;-3he writes: "-I went*to a-^doctor and <^ot  him to examine my lungs to'see whether  there was anything wrong with ih< ;n, and  jie said that the right lung wus a..'i:��te-d.  A little rest, he hoped, would buill mo up.  I have a little girl, about livej'earb old, and  the doctor says that if I  could   take her  up with me ib would do her ever so much  <��� good;' 'as^ she is not very strong.    I have  three.more children, and ono of  the.se, "a  boy of ten, seems also to"'be afflicted, and  At is advisable that he should enter the hoj.-  pital." ;  '    These three arc of the 104 patients wbo  are residents iu this deserving institution  and being cared  for  without  money and  without price.   , The soiry part of it is that  the "trustees' are earthing a debt of something likr S40,0*.'0. incurred largely through  the additions-that have been mado wilhm  the  past year, and "that have  more  than  doubled the, accommodation of the institution, together with the heavy cost of nmin-  taining so large a number of free patients.  Readers who desire to help  this giwit  charity may send their contributions to Mr.  W-.   J.   Gage,-  Chairman   Executive Committee, 84 Spadina avenue, or to the Secretary-Treasurer,   347 King street   wu��.t.  Toronto.'   .  ., The Muskoka Free Hospital has ever h\ -  ed up to its claims of never having luJusod  a single patient because   of   his   or he*-  ; Miss Huffman;, ^announces, ^to yfhc  Mdiesof the Boundary^ district^that  she will hold a millinery1' opening in  Grand Forks on Thursday and Friday  M<F��h 3Pth:and31st,v when-all the  latest creations in Paris and New -York  millinery will be on displavaud sale. '  i        r. -" j  ,  James McCreath, head of t)ie Greenr  wood Liquor company, announces his  intention of retiring from business in  Greenwood to lticate elsewhere: ' Mr.  McCreath   has   been   in    busiuess   in  Greenwood for a number,of years and  has become one of the best known and  most popular men in  the Boundary  district, and his, .departure", will be of  general regret.,   He  is. at "present   a  member of Greenwood city'couiicil'.'     I poverty  ������������������������ '  Builds you up and  makes you strong  How oVjWfeel fo-day ?   Not quite right ?  Energy a little below standard-not strong  enough to make much exertion?  / <.  .Why Pay .Rent ?  For sale, a cottage in Phoenix for  $325.   Terms, $100 down;, balance $10  ,per month. ^ Clear, title.,   Apply to���  Mrs. F. COCK,  <\ -�� ..., 1265 Eight avenue West,  . Vancouver, B. C.  C0MP0  85 YEARS  EXPERIENCE  ��"' >    \*   "^"ade Marks  Hti/a^    ��     Designs  Anyone sending a<'!{efrh cud description mav  '?���uJcklT a8?61"1"*" ��������� <��� ��� >"'">i free wfiother au  invention 18 probn) ���/ p-uoiUnhle.   Communlpa-  Mo%^��ffco:ilJdouiI.J. MLDBQOK.on Patcuta  .free..Oldest Bpeucy-forBecurlnif patents,  patents token tbroHtrli Wunn &>Co. receive  ���special notice, without charle,-in fcSb      *"*"'iV��  A handsomely fllmtoated weekly, -/Largwit elr-  rP^1?11 2L?13* ocieatiflc journal/', TerinaAfor  ���SttmoiB^ yeaX* ��OBt&SQ pieptid.'  Sold -hy  r ���    -h O.'T-oo. 625 F SU Washington. D. C.  is what you need. Don't get frightened about these  words "Cod L,ver,�� You'd never know it from the  taste.    It s a real tonic, containing cod liver extract  ..;. ex5raf ��f. -malt> ���}d cherry and hypophosphites-'  a splendxd combmation. The cod liver extracts  bmId you uP_So does the extract of malt. The  wild   cherry  soothes   the bronchial  tract and   the  . hypophosphites.supply phosphorus to the nervous  system--just the thing it needs.    And the  taste  is  SToH   K S,r a" 'r��Und tODic' strenglh -storer  NilXctfxdeV��UU  fiDd  UOthiaZ better th-  Nyal s Cod L.yer Compound-so why look further?  You will be pleased.    The price is One Dollar  Anything you  buy  with the Name  give you  entire  ion.  &old and guaranteed hy  mn  \W  <���*  *- * l.^.iL-J   ['/"illHMIHII iimi���wii             V Auk  Jic/tV-lrtUii.'.ri'-fV,  .���_,     ItfflsRisfi: ^"^xsmuiuim^uaM^^^.,^  CANADA'S CHAMPION  DANCER;  ��� _    _i    ��� ,  Cured   of  Piles  by  Zam-Buk.  Local and General  Mr,    Thomas J.   jrlogah,    Cham-  pion Clog  and. Pedestal   Dancer of  Canada, who  resides at  W  ru        Iw V'"r"^8 Went ito SP��k�����  bord    ��i      �� l  59  Cham"  Wednesday on a short.business trip; V  ; I). A. McDonald of Greenwdbd Was  in.town Tuesday.        /'J ^   i\       "-Xx  The baseball season was inaugurated  at Grand Forks on Saturday.  S.  T.,, Matthews  went |to Spokane  bord    St.,   Montreal,    writes:     "It  gives me much pleasure   to   let you  know   my opidion of your   wonder-  ful Zam-Buk'.     For  some time past  I   have   been   troubled   with   piles,  but   this year   I   have   suffered   so  much that I was obliged to cancel a  number  of   engagements.     I   tried  all the so-called   remedies that were  recommended,   but   they seemed to  do me no  good.     Having been advised to   try Zam-Buk  1   purchased  Bert Lang" spent a few > days this  week with, his mother in Grand Forks.;  Judge Cochrane, of.: Grand; Forks,  was in the city Monday and Tuesday.  Born-i-In  Grand Forks,  on   March  17tb, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown, a  son. < ,. ,,    .,  An enjoyable dance was given in  the Scandenaviari hall on Thursday  evening.''-  <   '��� '. M   '-������ X:  ���ir...,n    ;'���/* f  Mrs. Dan Biher and Miss Mary Biner  went to Spokane on Wednesday oh a  short visit. .-''"  i' v,  It's going to be an easy matter for you  to   ^tisf^. yourself   in   Clothing    this  apnng if you .come here to do it ,<tf  you have any pet ideas about what;4ou-  want you'll,findV.us able to meet thefe  :Generous,  values ~ more-,/than,  your  money's   worth���that's   the  idea  we're  working, dn here.'  You'll learn,   if you  haven't   already,   that   we  make   good  along that line.  Our Clothes-Whatever their price���ire  a.full fifth better than  the clothes  that  nearest  to  them -|���   intrinsic, value ,,at ,other,   stores.-  Lar��re stock of everythingr In Gents' Furnishings  Clothing'  come  a box, and after applying it a few I A PafcroI,of the Girl Guides, a sister  times I felt marked relief... I con- ��r��amzatioii <* the/Boy Scouts, tida  tinned with the Z��m.R.;L: ^IAJ.11.    beren orSa���>"l at Trail.  Thomas Oxley, Jr. returned Monday  from Vancouver, where he had been  called through the death of his mother.  Th?mas Brown, Clothier  tinned with the Zam-Buk treatment,  and,the relief was extended- into a  permanent cure. I gladly permit  you to use my experience, as an illustration of the great value  Zam-Buk for piles."  Another illustration of how Zarn-  Buk   cures   long-standing cases   ol  At   Grand Forks timbers are being  of framed for the new bridge to be built  up the north Fork of the Kettle river!!  1      ��  i '^ ^  Wall Paper Bargains  i.  $100 buys a good sized cabin, with  cellar and woodshed; good  water and  piles   is   provided   by Mr.   William   convonient  to    Granby   works.     P.  Cranl  Kenty, of Upper Nine Mile River,  Hants Co., N.S. He says: "I  suffered terribly from piles, the pain  at times being nlmosl unbearable.  Zam-Buk was recommended to me  so I procured a sapply and commenced with the treatment. After  a very short time Zam-Buk effected a compleje cure."  ley  A. $. Braithwaite, fire chief at  Greenwood, has gone to Vancouver.  His position has been filled by Ernest  Russell.  Born���In Grand Forks, on Saturday;  March 11th, to J. Patterson, C. P. R.  agent at Eholt, and Mrs. Patterson, a  daughter.    '"   ��� ' - \' ���,    ;  mi '  ' r '    "  Thos. Simpson and Jos. Small left  Monday for a summer cruise through  7am R..L. :* ;.-. ' c       . Jnuuu��y Ior a summer cruise through  .AhZ1 �� a ,C;re f��r U'CerS'   the ��="**����&. and Hope mounS  accesses, eczema, cold sores, chap-  country.  ped hands, varicose ulcers, rashes [ Mr^ Haines, proprietress of the  blood-poison, ringworm, cuts, burns, Windsor hotel at Denoro, has been  bruises, children's abraeions, tetter    fined $10�� aud cosfcs for selling liquor  salt rehum, etc.     All druggists and   ^^l���'  Miss  Jitta Murray, accompanied by  Phoenix Cartage Co.  stores sell at 50c box, or post free  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for  price. Zam-Buk Soap, which may  be had from any druggist at 25c  per tablet, should be used instead  of ordinary soap in all cases oi  eruptions and skin diseases  NOTICE.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned  up to the 22nd day of April, 1911, at 5 p. m. for  the purchase of Block 27, Subdivision of Lot  No. 541, Groupe l,New Westminster district    ^<*^u.   ��,  situated in the city of Vancouver, and being   their hnn.P  the site of the old provincial court house. Each 11U"A��  tender must be enclosed in a registered letter  and must be addressed to the undersigned, and  plainly marked "Tender for old Vancouver  Courthouse Site," and must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque for 10 pei- cent of payment  of the purchase money. Payment for the property will be accepted in installments of one-  ^quarterof the purchase money. The first of  such installments to be paid within'30 days  after the acceptance  of the tender, and the  other three annually thereafter, with interest  at the rate of 6 per cent per annum.   In the  event of the person whose tender is accepted  .'uiling to complete the first installment within  30 days of the notice of such acceptance the  sale to him will be cancelled and his 10 per  ��ent deposit forfeited.   The cheques of the successful tenderers will be returned. The highest  or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  No commission of any kind will be allowed.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, March 7,1911.  her little niece, Alice Hughes, went to  Spokane Monday on a visit to Mr. and  Mis. Thomas McEhoy.  Grand Forks Odd Fellows will hold  their annual ball on Easter Monday,  April 17th. Werner's orchestra of  Phoenix will'supply the music.  Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Morrison will  shortly leave for their old home in the  maritime provinces to reside, after a  residence of four years in Phoenix.  Mr. Morrisons has? decided to go  "back to the farm."  Mrs. James McCombie and daughter Grace, left on Wednesday for Vancouver, where Mr. McCombie is now  located   and   where   they   will make  If you require any Heavy Teaming- or Hauling done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment tq execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cord wood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice.    'Phone  your order to  D. L. McEIroy  PHONE  34  B.C.  SUITS TO   ORDER  ���*$*���  Advertising  is  simply   telling   the  people what they ought to know.  James Ramsey, popularly known as  "Scotty," and Mrs. Margaret Scott, of  Deahe's hotel, left on Wednesday for  Nelson, where they will commence  the voyage oh the sea .of matrimony.  There will be a congregational meeting of  the Methodist church at the  close of the regular service tomorrow  (Sunday) evening.    All members and  adherents are requested to be present.  !    The new wagon  for the fire department arrived from Grand Forks and  has been installed ready for action at  the city hall.    It is a strong and substantial    vehicle    and   was     bought  through R. J. Gardner of Grand Forks.  Attorney-General   Bowser  will  accompany   Premier   McBride    to   the I  coronation  ceremonies   this summer.  During his absence J. P. McLoed, recently of Greenwood, will have charge  of the attorney-general's office.  Suits Cleaned  Repaired" 4��*6PCllaIIt   IE]  NEXT   DOOR  TO  ALMSTROM'S,   UPPER  TOWN  a-Pfl rapiOFs  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  Mew First-Glass Barber Shop In ^'on  Sr  nection  SHAVE,  AN     EASY  MASSAGE  STYLISH    HAIRCUT,    REFRESHING  INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  COSGROVE & McASTOCKER, Proprietors  , * <*     ' .  f - .���,"���      I    *     t * 7 ,     v  ���' t '     r i  T To make room for the Season's new'stock <5f Wall  Paper all last season's lines, many attractive and  pretty,..will be disposed of at rock bottom.prices to  clear. They are of neat and pretty patterns and  decidedly cheap. .,..'.'.'���'-'  ���rch��m!nar- nWare and Nw��'*'"-  OanlmS  Al. AlmstrOm. Stationery and  ,.���'���':���   Fancy Goods mm -  M  \'MX:  rf''.''-..!:  :<Mh  King Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  '< >r\    ?;'{  1 .'��i  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  >;   vv..       ��� a 'H'  ',  ,v,    and .;''. .,.' -.;"    '/  / x^ \ Regular communication at 8  ,   .:"-"','. p.m.   Second, Thursday of  each month.  Emergent ^meetings as called; Masonic  , Hall, McHale Block.' -. ,;,  J. J.-STRUTZEL,,   ',,'*'/   J.  S.  BOYCE,  '    ���'*<��� "  SecyV/' ,   '"      *"' -'-WTwr''  i'  Boundary Mining Journal  |   ISSUED   WEEKLY  j'l >' !'�� 1  W.M/  ' f tj,  I. Q. O. H,  Snowshoe Lodjre  at Phoenix, British-Columbia  ';     "Subscription, 2.00 per year  ,f/    "   2<50 to United States.  1^-'' <%.'$$;% 'XXX'A'- tyX. ,xJxX:.M  \  "'V,  No. 36  * - .      i' y��   <  T. Alfred jLove," Publisher.1;  ���<      /'  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (30 days),.. $4.00  , Meets '���every  Monday   Evening  at1 Certificate bf Improvement notice (80days)$7.50  Miners' Hall.    Visiting brethren cor-  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)  qiaiiy invited.,. ,    ^ * , ,,L A >��.,   , ~-~  D. Paterson, Noble Grand "'  i'  T. A. Love, Fin. Secy.  W. J. Rutherford, Rec.Secy.  fl }r      .  I  "�� ft      $     *l      9 i        *        j ,i  ,,^;'  'blX'  l>'i'y��   Il      il,  of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodffe No. 17 - '  "Meets in" the   Miners'   Union* Lodge "  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Pyper, N.G.       Miss M. Mackenzie.,Sec'y   f*" '      -     *  'I    '*     ���   >.      "'   " '.Vil  97.50  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) ... .$io.OO  Water notices (SO days)  .$15.00  AH other legal advertising-, 12rcents a line,  singlel-xjolumh/ fqr" the 'first' insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.1'' '" "       " -"'  '.       The Spring Season'has always been; one of interest to  the customers of this Stored and this Season  we have the .  most complete stock,in its.history.     .,...,.     ,.  .    '    ��� Every'Departnieht is replete twith   stock, gathered from  thetworlds best^and biggest markets.  ' '     Weexten'd axordiai invitation tq you  to  call  and. look  over the.different styles,and fabrics^, your  time  will   be" well  -spent, even rif you do.not buy; y6u willfind it air interesting  and instructive. s  'M   '      ,i..i   I  I  FRAT E R NfLORDER  AtShf tOPEAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  fAtoo^J-' 'vJohn-f>LovE, ^K".>p.-  J?^oTs^r^��S��^^^^''Secy.;  No. 28    p^v?e"ix  Meets Tuesday Evening at<7.ap.��  Sojourning �� brothers^ cordially^ ^eF  comfed;     '" -7      ^'*     - - �����   . '-' * -  ,>j|. ��i��; J. M. Carter, K. of R. S.     ���**'*���   -��������...  ; ; S. Xitndie, C. C. ' S*,ls,tuat^ m Phoenix^ and   the Sun-  !';   '' '-   . ���''W-,.",,'   .'   .      .<-    >     - rJ set was .therefore   simply giving its  spasmodic opinion   on  something it  r, Saturday, iMarch .25,, 1911 ,   r  ���^   ;% ff. .-.�� x-   :���.    n n ^xk.i:s-  <*  ��������������������� , ,      ,���_��  ^    He Has 'Em All Right ^  The Saturday Sunset recently pub-  lisbed   a   squib jn    an    attempt   to  knock'.Phoenix" hockey ' team,   but  Was 'called   by The " Pioneer.     The  Sunset's brainstorm  artist, who has  been   seeking   cheap;, (notoriety    by  publishing:his intimacy with certain  tihhorns,^garriblers;. bootleggers" and  fourflushers/saddles the   blame   for  the article, on^some |other irresponsible'writer, and himself-is' now after  the scalp of The Pioneer editor.  Although the Sunset attempted to  men;s department  New Stock or Fit-Reform, Clothing  ., New Styles in Stetson Hats  x     5 ,      New stock of Slater Shoes  ,New W. G. & R. Shirts  L*.i niij  ,r,,<        v . New' Neckwear  New Spring Caps New underwear  *."f  LADIES' DEPARTMENT  ;We ma^';a"spe,|a)ty'iif Made-to-Order Clothing, handling ,  the famous FIT-REFORM XlNE, Without doubt the best in  Canada.       ��� - " , -     ' t"  New Hagar Oxfords  tell   Phoenix    where we   stood , in  hockjey^the,;editor^ Hqw ^says   hpj  "knows "nothing   about thehockey  / u  Mrs. JI Batemah  M.E.C  Mrs'/A.D. McKenzie  K.R.S.  i     U;  ,"   Jl     f    J  1  y ^   ^ ~ ' ~. '*     ''  PYTHIAN SISTERS . ,, ,  -    .,���. .   - . ,- s ..  Mountain Temple LotfsTe No. 17l knew "o""?''about-^ju'st like any  ,<j��� Meets in ^ythtan Hall, Lower Town other nonentity that babbles  brain-  ^I^M^'Tba^^,.ei^X^ ��sm. ?��>�� "*>�� f^ the Sun.,  set getting busy with its hammer on,'  ,Pho;enixrhockeyists, instead of crediting them with their victories remains unariswererf-^-D'ut not explain-,  ed. When: we .recalled, the orgy  that marked the , Sunset^ editor's  election Irani page ; in the t. Boundary'  with the suggestion that "he should'  have been examined by a doctor  instead of turned loose as a spouter,"  Canada!  New Hagar Shoes ':  New Prints New Ginghams  Dainty Muslins and Voiles  New Cotton Panamas  Colonial Ducks  Mercerized foulards and Ottoman Cords  Irish Dress Linens  ' :   New Tailored Waists and  M Gingham House Dresses  New Embroideries and Laces  HOUSE FURNISHINGS DEPART.  New  Cretons, Curtain  Madras,   Nets, Art  Sateens,  Portieres, New Rugs, Carpets, Floor Oils, etc  ALL IN. ALL YOU WILL FIND THE BIGGEST, STOCK AND THE  ,.��� , MOST REASONABLE PRICES IN THE HISTORY OF  THE BIG STORE.' "     '  WE WILL EXPECT YOU TO-NIGHT  ,-t. \<  f ,t,  '(1.   >:   '  A, S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident In-  *'i    CJ ��sur��nce?- ��� .. Q?P&a& Agents.  fiaii BlSck,TPfioInix^BX.  Morrin-Thompson Go^  FRESH GROCERIES AND PROyisiOtS  ���������I <  >V .1 ft*  ,    , ������  ***  ^JT-y>       --L^Wv   ,��. ^.   ,     ,.   J)s.,tatW><1     ���,��� t  ���:���:;'; LQWER TOWN  ihe *shoefi; pinched^    and '/*'Bruce?'  shows"  his*teeth, snarls   and bites,  ruce's" cam-  I. M. CHANCE, Prop.  ished on application.  dary will   be furn-  MARCH is the month of the Bloodstone, and we  have them in many different styJes:  i  fe First-class Fir?and Tan\-  ix arac W;ood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wopd,   $4.50 per cord,  le Wood,  d(  cord, $6,00.  Nothing to Annexation  The Literary Digest reviews the  principal newspaper utterances  Brought out by the foolish annexation resolution proposed ' by Congressman Bennett, and has reached  the conclusion that public sentiment  in the United States is absolutely in-  Pine Wood,  double cut   per d'^uT ab��Ut ?e U"ion ��f Canada  A'X~- '   Per   with that CQuntry.     An opinion bas-  I ed upon the numerous extracts published by the Digest is to  the effect  !6.50 to $12.50  V  II J < ,     .m - ..  Gents' Signets, plain or with  Gold Emblem       ....  y x   '        > -   .  Ladies' Signets, etc, Set with Nice    _$_*_*��   B�� tP&  Stone..     ..     ..      VAsOO-..9,ni<l   LID  "    /       ,    CALL AND LOOK THEM OVER  E../A. BLACK  The Jeweler  WOOD  0E&.IVE.RE��  ON  SHORT  ���";   f  ' >  HS0I1';  mdefson  that, as far as the papers may be taken to reflect public sentiment, the  view of the United States is that annexation is not a matter that can be  seriously considered.  Fresh  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY  BRAND, is the basis of a tempting meal. It makes everything  taste better. ,Try it���and you'll always buy it. All milk is  aereated before being sold. if}.  E?none����2 W. A. McKAY St. .8p(M.9  DELIVERED   TO   ALL   P^RTS   OF   THE   CITY  ^3  'liliiitM'iMtiTiiiiiifiiji'i'iiiiiliiriiTl'iri  ����w^Mi��mM^M^^ �� ~  COMMISSIC|SERS,WILI,  have u^ imm  Rey.^r Lundie Leaving m  'i %v! Samuel LBnajef K3A.Mk  hW blen^tor ot%r.*.4���.CS  Presbyterian  church   for   the  past  four veari^^lyes Phgen^pj, Mfo. j  up his4-esidence. The Knights of J  Pythias local lodge; of which Mr#f|  Lundie   is   chancellor   commander!  '�� "if l,.   VI  ���* J*i  if *  ��     riH  Wj ^ ft f  1 * i  '��.'j,,t    f,        ^,|   ;���*' /('  .y:i > ��'/  *y. (L-i.ty^^^  ���   (fT. , I       ,  M  K-f.1  t/ ��  'lit  i, ��l,i   1  :IW.  * v,.r  7 i  ��� I  V <���t!  t   - I |  ' * A *    ;  ui'.   ���  ,'  I J' r  i ��rJ.''**   ^Ws .reg-arding.t3citv_     .    ,      w.u..i*uuer0i  hotel   hcenses   and   police- matters  tendere^''WiW"* Wn^fJeV'TueJdkjff  |ustmfUtUreb=e ,-tr^ Presented   him  with | j  yas-the'deteiminafiomof.' the.fcbJice  pa,'r of *9# Wff ,inks- '*    "'      '        f I  |��d ^nse.cormTmsionexs, who heid       A<' farewell '^-home^' w4s   give J  J regular   meeting"; i���   the* city hall  IaSt ^"^ff'^r'IvIr.Aarid'krs. Lunf  Iptn^ht.   <���<���   XXi.'   /��:,3       ^;-  ,J,die,by,the   menlbe^apd-vadherentl  I.?', KemPfon    was  :^ppointed|of   the   9h    ch        report of whicf  chief constable, his   duties)Vto conv   W,1I< Weaf in ���'tissue. 1  pence at once, and   was   instructed  ��o see that   tbe laws of  tbe city are?  "I  '!)���  O'.  <   i,  ,���%y if  "ii   i.-  ,i'' ,' 1  HI.  'I.'  ���>.f      >  'I   '.���."< 1 "j"-, .  5   An advertising ^T^^y%tal^--^^l  ...... to the telling " '     ��� '������'��� �����'���-'���    ....    . S ,"-oralnK  ch,ef constable, his  dutieSfto,com-H'W^i  ��� ... .  ..,..,   mence at once, and   was   instructed P"   eT^t^^-^ ^ f I" T'^'f you" Write'ii-antf The'Pibneer" tells' i,- *  ��� ��T '"" '""���  fo see that  the laws of tbe citv ar-i '���    ;'   Stv Patrick's Dance f IT5'   "'���"j   -"''   --���:��������     -.-������' .^��    ,        gfy'ffi l1:.'.then t"ereare'two'  ^oper,y observed.    All   hl/^      ^"-nrtii,'^,V!if "��(.' F. O. E|    j"' '^^^ ?' ****��� ^S^.^, thi"^'^^ '  |e required to \ Ryftfgr to^rtatterJto* ���P!fc? on Friday evening Marcl? IJ'1   "='����������"**�� The,Pioneer vouches for^ou^ intelligence' with'"* -  ffthe.awa���danexampie'wuVd17th'-':StJ^^^^ -., .      X        . ^ 'f  Shade of any..who;are..foWH-���...-,���. ..fnjoyable, time   ��.as  spent.    THerf I j '^ ���-���l;V'^--!.. * t, - .,-. .-..^f.^^j ��,., ,..; , ^ ,'.. ; '.";,"-:' ,' \  ^^ IMW'BWeaonihe floor f j   t-The;People of ,the .Boundary, District not. only %i������ T  and each one seemed to take . ���^|-1    ' '^^^^^^ .���h, ^L^t  '���> co,"millf-.,. Every-day readers of rh*�� w^i,i.. D-  x~.'-\A  |f a chargef-rh6^ su'ppl'yin'g liqlibV , , ,     ���    .. - ~. ���  |��   "^^PJf^ted.t^raQp^wiii  be a"d ^^"ne seemed to take a live!  laremlly^wnfeh^^^^l   ^1 lyinte^sjt i^he^eedQs.    Thlj  ftable was also instructed to clear dance was tfe'fd in th^ Miners' Union'  the .town of. any tinhorns ffamoleriJW^1^ w?s ^stily decorated fdr!  |nd tp;take;,charge of >all suspicious th^ ocbasio"��" an'cf the -green"^wafe  L 7S?.rs* Amon^ ot^r ' reforms ^ nhuth in ^idencei c-The initial!) .  |he iidwillgbdoWh 6n' prize1 figWtl F,P. E,; were attractively mounted \  |ng. MeaUticket pugs iwiJI t be. in- ^^ ele^c, ,!^?s at th^ e��d of thl I  |ited to get out of town to excer- haI1" No'one''ha^l Vnv ii*L* *~ u�����i I  fise their muscles.  I  MK Kem'pton'corneshighiyrecohi-  {"ended :as{ -�� 'policeman/ ; having  |een connected^ with the  provincial  |pohcefor  a  number of years/and  vill be given a free   hfchd Wd'ev'erv  hall.    No bne had any need to havi'  had cold feet for the;committee sur|:  did th;3ir; part in;^ malting, ,strange|  acquamted.     Toward^ midnight thl  gentlemen looked^for' the  girls  If  their, choice,and silently, Jbut surel|j  m^e % ^P^y exit for , Danny De|J  assistance of  the   commissioners'in I "^ Wbe��� refreshments   were   pai!  tarryitf^��ir his duties^ Too* much^^^^^���S^BJS.Asi hafl  'lenency hasten  shown to culorits   �������� t0 da"?^ oiifwHat was   left If  ' "   - ,,     J .t      ,i.-      r    ���7, ^    .    - '      "*��y��yJ3     IV   US'"'  ��� ��... c*^'f-., Evfry-day .readers^ the Weekly Pioneer easiK"'  ...   -c���.tivate  ai -confidential ;acquainta���ce.witbi eyeo'X^^  l} casidnal advertisers. ;    ' '' \' '"- > *ti   .��� *<l3   .,: ,  ,~.  }/,t '  T:dtfeallUry,simple;jusi^:^aid;;;Hke:^ tem^of-a 't  ��� . sf,��fy-..B^hent-oryeve.r!io.&b.od>,v^a,t^  the teller- .; And a good telier can do wonder^with a ^ood'  story.  t';  *,  ��vavyl  y/ 'L.ir^  1,  y��U  "L*  J-       Canada's Great Future  J'- -TheiondonTele^raph -anent'Sirl-'T6 ^^ H<"e" Wa'tZ< reali^  Edward Grey's ^t^^^C_^ ^'^ ^"^ ��^  says that nothing is' more  obvio^'     * Wh"e and "aVe �� ?ood time.  elusion   everybody   daH.aHT.   Ill POnt   NegleCt   that   Cplrf  "Home Sweet Home" waltz,' realis-  ~ "'    than that Canada.is destined   to be-  nations by far  that  the   world-has  ever known, and  would mean abso  thfbuirHout th^ wfir>li'#^^:.:L--^     .  r e inanothC^SIof SK< SSalg^^Sl:  : Totr xna,th with,;he mw��- r-away very --5' ^^5  er country.     There   would   then be   11th inst. ' She was travellinc, f,  threegreat powers holding the Eng-   Sapperton to X^W^^  lish language in common.     Political  a street car and   was   in   tT      ,    I  Si'6 ^   ^'^-^  opening beVputsX^l^^  the most glonous association of free  she dropSed to the floor and L���*A  nations by far  that  th.   a,rtrw..,������  immediarpiv   h     !     u p,red  immediately, her death   being occasioned by heart failure.  outburst of  material   activities, but  ed   to  O.   B /S  r,     J '  there miirht well h* ��� .^../ :^���,:_���1 I o_. ^*   ^mith s   ranch��   "ear  Spokane, two years  ago,   and  for  ifl??;.P*^^ months  have-been rei  ��idioff  with   their  daughter;    Mrs:  Henry Comer, at New Westminster;  Deceased was  sixty years of age  and,   besides  her   husband,   leaves  one son and two daughters, Thomas.  J'U��or,   of   PWoenix,   Mrs.,,;McRae  of Prince Rupert   and   Mrs. Comer,  all  of whom   were   present   at  the  funeral  which   took   place   at   New  Westminster on Thursday.  Cascara Bromide of Quinine Tablets  taken properly will quickly knock all  the "grippy feeling.       25c:   per box.  Our Cough Syrup  Will stop.tbat cough if given a trial.  An enemy to the "frog" in your  throat.    50c. a bottle.  Love's  Store  there might well be a new   idealism  !n rem*m ?fif ^Ipt fereatiyeness^  in literature arid arts. "'"     '"'  Love's Iron,; Quinine : and Wine;  its a genuinebracin- t-iic���just the  thing for this time of year. Price  75 cents.  t X:  Notice is hereby g-iven that a Dividend at the  rate- of nine per cent {?%) per annum upon the  Paid-up Capital Stock of this Bank for the  current quarter will be payable at the Head  Office and Branches on and after the first day of  April next. -?..      .  1 The Transfer Books will b^ closed from the 15th  to the 31st March, both days inclusive.  By order of the Board,  J. MACKINNON,  _.,    ��� ��� General Manag-er.  Sherbrooke, Feb. 25th, 1911.  Vr.  , ;J  icyj!'  IBamMffliBMmitaaimtttH^^ ���VpAJtMiU-Mt t**ajtk  h '  w  ���I.;;'  m  Jf;;  I  m:'  si1'  t-ri-Xy  tes  XX  XX  ��� ->     '1     ���' un   <' il  1.    . ..,,,  ,y>' t  �� ,1     If.*.    ^v  y>f.  *4 fl   }   H  \  f^SSS^ ���PHY F08  I   INTERDICTED MAN  Charles GiSbertson of Greenwood  Sent Down for 3 Months     I  | .A^t   Greenwood  on  Saturday the  ft '4. i  A  ,    BOUNDARY, LEAGUE  Phoenix Has a  Likely Bunch  of Pennant Winners       .')  in this district to cover a case where  I ^ir vV^s chargedu with  stfpptyirig  njinterdicted person with one   bot-  winter the  young man's fancy turns to thoughts  of baseball.    In  fact  the inevitable  1 i     '  period has already made its appear-  ance, and everything points to gen--  eral  enthusiasm   in   the   game   in  Phoenix this summer.  h        ',ti- I,      '   i        '.       ,1, /   )        ~Xy  jflejof whiskey, the  accused  not be-  si>    'V-    '      * i  ing connected with a saloon or hotel,  ��� _ ������ ���    ,  bu| acting purely as an intermediary The forming of a league to |nJ  between the bar and interdicted man. I elude teams representing the cities;  | |The, accused,, Charjes Gilbertson, of t)ier Boundary* and possibly,<fne  Hs co9V?tedt before J: H- Hallett, bf tWb cities' across the line, is the  Wice magisira^ With slipping pre^m^natin^ ibplcot ttscussferf  :op Choppell on Mkrch IS with one in sport circled " This has been  >o|tle of whiskey, at the same time promoted by{-.the .handsome trorJhj?  |criowing Choppell was on the inter- which has been put up by the JohnfLl  Ui|ted list. 'He Was* seritericeTd to Cassidy company of Montreal iiid  pree^mo^hs,^ pa  exhibition  at Black's j|wi  ff18^,-^.";,^-;,,,,   xx     -'.'-.   '    eiery store.  ' Itis'W-eleffant lafee  ) {The evidence^forl^he police show-  edjthat Gilbertson had several times  jbeen warned  that he   must   not ob-  E very thing; new, stylish, and up^to-date. A storefuj  bf just the Clothing; ypii want^ and everything,  worth  your, buying  in   Hats  and   Furnishings.  \      The wide range of ne^%le^s, the great Variety  ofClothing;the  sumptuous  tailoring, and \ the   J  x^m^^ make  this  store of unusual interest to men. ;  . We make a specialty of��� .  / * r  Ootfw'it^^'l^ks- Well.  x *  t >  Itajn liquor for Choppell. Proof  ^hat he persisted in doing so result-  few in his being sent down for. three  months.  f-1   y 4- */ _*.''* i  - ? '{ "tv  Pi  |A'Great Canadian Explorer  f^.t. Tjen one reads of David Thompson, the' London Charity School boy  fwjho became the greatest of  British  fExplorers, and one of the greatest  Clothing that K^iepg jt$ Shaiie.  Clothing that fits Comfortably.  elery store. It is an elegant lafge  cut glass punch bowl with individu-  al glasses. ^ The trophy is offered  for league competition. ' ��� t' I  In Phoenix at present there! is  some guilt-edge baseball ? materfali  arid., the-authorities on. the lo^cal  "dope" claim they wiii havef ja  ^pSBiiVf tench 'IS1 the^ field when  the season rolls around. A meeting for organization  purposes will II    Cldthih^ that' nr^^fi   fh��*   mov;mi.m \. '���  'uT~iJ\A A-     c     * ^ I  I;* T^'""&. J;*,<lH> presents tne maximum, correctness in  be called in a few days. ��.*���'. v-^^r:-   ;^.-y-r,.        ^��  ,  ,.   .. i...x-     - ,...i    r*'*��*v*"3  **��  "     yt  ixit.  Clothing;'-itHat does not shrivel at the seams or creep  up the arms.    Clothing thaf is niade oiF tHorough-  'y Shruhken fabric^ carefully t trimmed, and with  "..^e\JiMd-work:^t^is usually found Jn custdm-  made,garments.,., i,.!  i e  rXiX,-;:  .Census Commissioner       !  s corrt-  *t 7 # ���  I'     i.r"  '/.(I.I,     y., J      ,  style, presented ii|  all the various fcfrnisthat are  w.     rightr this season,: anjiriW; th^e Broaa^st possible  rangfe 6f fabrics, -jrtfim and fancy.  gHMU3lttkv^I^^ telegram on SaturdaJT morningj  very few, Canadians have even heard 5fe��" H?n v?^tfey Fisher,^; minister  yy.   v^. ^    .   ^    yy^��. I  f\T    *3 OTMr>l t ���#���! ��� ��*A        f.^>m ^1*^ ^>w    4.L.��.A 2.. f~lf  rfU;    ^vi  .1;r*.  y y" ��y      11^ y*!t.  "liVi  !.-�����'  most of her data, until >ec^iit ^^ars,  oii the North Land up in the, vici-  nity of Hudson's Bay.        ..  David Thompson ,came^to Canada  via the   Hudson's Bay, on  board  a  Hudson's   Bay/vjCompany]s   vessel.  He was apprenticed to the company.  But the real story of. his  explor-  ing the mad rivjers.of the north lanc(,  the  wild  gorges,   and the   barren  wastes of snow.     It  was  he   that  #hartered^astfareasi^pfl the Jforth-  ^est,, marked ih the rivers . ^rid the  bays and the mountains.  When the Canadian   Governrrient  cencus district will include the rid-i  ingfk of Greenwood and Grand ��brks.<  About 40 enumerators will be em4  ployed i8 carry but the details of  the work.  J;Ga^s^>ii &  CLOTHIERS  l    y-  l   1  .  LOWER TOWN  ^ i  >nw     i <  ^  V    ��.   u*'t��     *>7  *IJ*   V    .--   '.J  ,sfl l  's Report  (l r  ���^-? K.i  '<      r :  Laundry Work  i*.      X  1 Statement of the Receipts and  Expenditures of the Board of School  Trustees of the City of Phoenix, for  the year ending December 31st;  1910:  RECEIPTS  A multitude of housefrprdwornes are overcome by having your  Laundry ing done at the Reco Laundry "..  ALL WORK   ,  GUARANTEED  H��98��  A 10  A  ���t~<  Reco Laundry  certain rivers running into Hudson's  School Taxes     2,194.88  Bay, the onif^ data;1 '"they had   was Sch��o1 .����ses (ayreai's)..:...........      758.  what Thompson,   by  his   undying T6U1..1: _'. :.....1..$10.623.56  EXPENDITURES  OREENW6  WlMtW'  BbbB  ft      OOa  energy and   unwavering  endurance  had  collected! ' He  completed   his  work about a hundred! yeWs ago.   '  All he left behind was a'few maps  and it journal.    There is not even a  picture of this remarkable man, extant.    Mr. J. B. Tyrrell, the  Canadian explorer, has been busy recently id'iJdk&fe   Thompson's   journal  and in the March  number  of Mac-  Lean's Magazine contributes an article, on this noble old explorer.  The article ' u*' illustrated with  numei4ou&re|M'oductions from Mr.  Tyrrell's own photographs taken in  the Hudson Bay country.  Teachers' Salaries  $2,840.00  Incidentals  41,09.  Furniture and Repairs  443.10  [New School......<....:.: .���...,:..���.... 3,146,37  Janitor ,.    247.60  Secretary  100.00  Wood.... ..! ;...: ;.. ��9.75  Stationary and Supplies.......... 93.25  Scavenging :  32.00  Other Kirposes..: ;. '.  274.82  Rent .'..-. '���.[ ;..  250.00  Total  $7,658.78  Balance Dec. 31, 1910.  2,934.78  : We furnish the trade all over the Boundary  with the Choicest Imported and Domestic  *  . it'-  Wiriest Liquors and Cigars  As we ship direct ih carloads, we can make  prices  right,   and  give  prompt   shipment  GREENWOOD, B.C.  'B  Grand Total $10,623.  [Certified correct] t  r'     l   1      I: T: JSAi^THORN.  March 15, 1911.  The Finest Quality in  MILK AND'CREAM  Sol* �������������,*������   ���*������*������  J. W. Hannam^ Proprietor  ,'C'  'V  ,1  f'h


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