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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 6, 1911

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V'iS i.��K24i^sv^;^2^  !-ffi>y_ _..:;������������.:._���:._ .^^ .M'-'T,;  ���'y.. to.-.-.   .������;",���- .".,.��..���������'��� ..' .. ���'...'./ ���;.-���..-������,.',���.������.���:���. ,.3-.���.:,��� ������.. ���.-,- ". -������.���-������:������������:��������� ���,-!*���,: V./WA.  ;B.C. Copper Co... 13,536   206,303  _ _��_�� /_f^_s��___.-;M'..im-_._._->��__*-_.i_r__itf __f ___.z_i two-weeks   ago?. thev. .oroiperty;;;was'  One of^ the richest'stiikes ofo^e  eyer. made in the Boundary district  occurred this week in the Elkhorn  mine, one mile north of Greenwood,  ^-f.  5^'��������� -K'WV4:t..j.t'.f^ .f?_..j-)?.'..^*_v>v. _���_;*;���'���::.^;..;,.i_iKi_*,__S;^  .,,   .. ...     .......   ...  ���_.  ���il  ^jhe^British^Gb  . ;pme]t6Vflitreated^  ���; pv466;^:Rlt\fhide,jl!5;g. J3;.^thelstah';^  p49;, Nagoleonv^ 355j. _ Eone   Star,?  ^_ft_ai^_fe_ij^^^  |9a;,mVellington;_963��?s^iWJ0  .'^t?Vi.  , iiv^fc-tLJjll >Jf i1 i_|lH'i*��t\A�� A .  r}$?  i^y  .^S^i-^^f^^'jp.. *v>*  ifEfipsiisroaiis  , .-.���^*..,,��,_.��� _<r....���.,,���..,.,-.-,... o,, -:v:cjr^es.mm&m^my^M^xmlM&  ��� fAnp  ues';;.ot:-ahbtit?$90^. blth^iSr.fiS_Vboult;l  g-!S555l2l2!55!j2!t___I!I__l_5S__2_5!_2_^  ^lpk|i|f;.,|^|:^hi:ti||p^  man to work  cleaning- up the,prop.-'  ...:...,._,....��0*.,.a-���. ^"t;._>.���_!>,..<:S_:. :i:,rv.:_?'*i^_���:���/���������:.fSri. >..';..?  erty and   one   blast of,. dynamite in  i;th^-|f^6|idffc^  oregof|.b|illi^^  sidearidrnative- silver on the other:!  f .^^trik^bfS^bqd?:#vaI ueilwastalsoi  iS^rill^Spil^  Mv-'i*. ;a^.fe!_l't^;^:.^I;^f;^___^  ���.meh^iwered.fma  men|;iw;ere!i ni  toithrosetintereste4 in?M__ _.  ..i:^:'L3i-SS..:j-.';^t.?.':..#gK^  ib.up'c,eS.^p^  >;'.;,fi|(;��;. ... ::��.is.;vi.'~v<j���(.���';���;..r���:;���������,.-..o'.'.nW'/..!'-'/. .*'>H^'it'|.;'t!.'iv;;��'-;'"u  ���;tiiicey.^Mdnbg2^i;Ma'^Rftffi  :;ipu,t.f;f^r!,;liriany)^  ^.ces ;��� of?; \ si I v^r 7;and:^4^12'��fBb^  t.. Production^ in detail .loathe nrstfi  three months of 1911 follows:.xx<xmx  W^y&xMM^B.  _V.S..Bfl��alhbun^S#fc) iil.sbi^el.timel  dati||fc|^p^  . v,&'/. .���-.;_.i'Sf'?__j5..Xl^  ^���j*  i  11  _>sl  m  (MiifiilGIliiROiEIK  __^. _,^^_._��_s4__. i_rf_^_T^  fp^..'Sl.:.si!l.^0|S;|(. :  _-v_  ^,-*^...^'iV,"*^'.  ^-���������-������ **������������*'^-' ��� "  ��� ������>������������ ���������-���'���- I Phoenix;.lvisitpri__riday_nVp  reopen .tlie jErbyicJeri cermiiie.4  ^�� t-  :"P& J' Bunbury'has?been.appoititedl  ;��:��������� ���. .;/;."..;".':'������'���' "-;. ,������.������'���;"'# .��;-.*��  per cent y*.aiisde^  -���^V:':^'--:v?-;V^'^-''^.''"^  m^thjyameejit_g- of the, di recto rs^f  the British Columbia   Copper com-  pany iri . New; York, Jast  week, the  d is tri b u ti on |;|o f sh a reh pi d ers ta kiri g  place .oil:Juhe;;l^t[;ne^  " This is th&^^^^d^^usrtet\yj^d\s^;  biirsemerit .pf 2)4; per cent made by'  the companyi th^  paid  on; Fe^rUar^lst, andf is the:  third diyiaend]declared by the .cbirn^  pany, ^th<ij first^yhayiji^f  been   paid  iti\;1��ep^iirii)eV; l$Oi> at  the   rate*fo%  46 ceritsJ per Ishare.    As   the   corn-  . ��� v.   -���'������    ').      *���. _. - . '���    -'���;.������ .���;. ���. -> W .  pany has o03f000 shares butstand-  ingV'par value $5, the dividend just  d^laredrMniburits^ ta $62^875, and  when paid will bring the total dis-  tributipn to shareholders up to  $326i,95pr      _  i\ jpre;:?receipts ;ar   crra nBy  " Ipd^5p.75:-;tor^S  A Basket Social.  .. The Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Lodge will give a: public  basket social in their: hall on Ironsides ayenue^pn;,. Saturday, JMay 43^  jzomhferiahg at 8 o'clock.: The object' bf ��� this social is to raise funds  jto   install   a   library in   connection  |.    :... .:     ���.,-..���'���:.!���"���' ��� ..   .      '���    :J_ ' r !���;��� ::;       y : ���������.��� >  ./  ���.���,������,������  |vith the lodge. The ladies of the  |odge are .requested to bring well  Ifilled baskets which will be sold.  The admission., is ,, 50c , and those  purchasing baskets will receive 50c  in addition. Good music will be  furnished and a royal gfpod time is,  promised all those who attend.  rhief of police of Green wood.  y:u-;.;-xy ;���.^.-X.:.. .--''y���-<;   .���-���y'L^-"^_;--;*_;-v^fe/?i^  Mrs.   Hart of:;;^  her daughter,3l^rsy^Sawrey during";  .tj^vy^ek^ >yiXXX'X-  :: The '<: Gree:nwood;; _;chop 1 s    have  beeii- closed for two  weeks  on ac-  cbiint^f.;measels.;;:i?:''|.^  ���������l";:y'Mrs.:\'.'Alex;';,"'Greig" of the   Pacific  hotel ^Gr^eriwbbq,^  the  summer at Vancouver, for the  ���.'...^ ���'' Art1 ������'C,w <''?���'"i?.\. . ������.'.'������/��� -J. .   . "���'������'.  ^purpose of improving her health.  :.'.".. The Greenwopd-Phoenix tunnel  'will be continued until a':distance pf  3000 feet is reached, when Greenwood will.'-pay $15,000 bonus agreed  upon. .; It is expected this distance  will be reached by September.  ',-      ���.' y%~���'������  Telephone Manager Resigns  Roy Harris, for the past sever,  ihbh this manager of the the British  ^Columbia *t:JItelephpxie <��� company for  Phoenix, Greenwood aridf Midway, has  severed bis 'connection with the com^  pany and left this week for Nelsoii  where he has accepted a position as  line ''foreman on construction worfel  Mr. Harris, while a ��� young man, has  rare executive ability, and has made  an.efficient official for the company as  well "as gained many friends in the  Boundary who will regret to learn of  his departure. He is succeed by Herman Nichpjs.oii of' Trail, who is <ui expert in the telephone busine_t>.  Granby mirifes at Phoenix ?and 2,278  ':'-.:':::::: ':���:-,:'      ;'-  ���������'^h ���-'".��� '~i Xi::f   .-.r.j-.-,: ���������'��� '.������..' :: ���������..���-...  tons from foreign proper tiesas fpl^''  lpws:';';':-^';::-';  ''X:yy.'v+:yX';,:. .,V'';V"."X .,";  Snowstorm, Idaho .v..... /     1331  Insurgent, Republic.."......        345  Guilp, JRepublic/.;. ........        347  KnobHill, Republic   ......        22^  South San Poil, Republic .. 31  United Copper, Republic. .. 37  Beune/I.JRe'pyibtli^s A :^:t48i  Surprise, Republic  258  '���''"'jr.  Total  2,855  prominent^.  Phb^riicrans intereSted��� irr^;'t^  nix-Myers Goal _&rC  property,    at   BlSrg_in,    nine Smiles  ^fes%br'^id^|?jr^oh Jhe_ Great^^Nor-  .__i^?_.'*_.-2_fy ��� y ��� feija.S. ..'��� "Xl^k>'^_. _'_!.������ xiiitiS. ��� __^u;;2i _'_i :  : To Banquet Mr. McAllister  ��� J. E. McAllister, who has been  .the general manager of the British  Columbia Copper company for the  past, seven years and is leaving  shortly for New Vork^ will be tendered a complimentary banquet by  the citizens of Greenwood and employees of the coinpany at the  Windsor HpteJi : Greenwood, on  Tuesday evening, May 9th. A  number  from   Phoenix   will   likely  attend. ���  ������������   -__ : ���   ���-������,���: j  Special Notice >  From May 1st until Sept. 1st our  shop will be closed every Wednesday at 12 (noon). We would ask  cur customers to send in their orders early on these days;  P. BURNS &GQ.  thelrn railway^^h's^cted'-.-'-^lifeir^hlpIdr  in^s^^rn^^we^fc^  highly of the  shewing  being: made  as; development pmceeds.'  D.-'ij:/ Darraugh^ :whof has had a  varied\.e?cperiencef iny coal  mining,  is   superintending  operations,   and  has four men   employed   doing  the  ^development work, which  is   being  rushed   rapidly.      There   are   three  distinct ledges, which are composed  of a bituminous coal ^formation, of  good quality, and  it is  stated   that  with further development, this property should develop a Ifdge of coal  large enough to supply the Boundary  country. This property was examined recently by a mineralogist and  other experts, who gave very promising reports.  Several outside, capitalists of the  Boundary are interested, including  the following local Phoenicians:  Geo. Rumberger, Theo. Biner, Joe  Darraugh, Judge Williams, Wm.  Delahay, A. S. Hood, N. J. Carson,  John Swansoh, Wm. Curley, Paddy  Clune and others.  ^Bhfc  It  is reported  that   the   Granby  smelter at Grand   Forks is   now re-  Dropsy caused the death of Chas. I ceiving coke, from CpllinsviUe, Pe.n,^  Boyer in Enderby. [sylvania.  \\  ;;' &���:__.o_. >?  .*���<���  ic_t__T__ ****** ,r��i_. 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E.E; Barnes left Monday hiorri-  inj^ for Fancpuyer,, Mr, jBarnes acconi^  panyihg her as far as Spokane.  1 ; Mrs; Albert Binerleft on (the Great  jN[prthern Tuesday fpr (a twp months'  yisit to her parents in Olympia, Wash;  Han nam has the. only cream separ-  Edwards^-v  R. V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager:  I ���S is the ^aW��st ^nA Newest Hotel in the citj  I heated by steaim,  anS  well fijrriished thoughout  I for the accomrnoclation ofthe public.     Everythinf  I Neat,  Clean and Up-to-Date/    Meals served a|  CENTRALLY  LOO/iTEfr'Sw "ob^ER' '   :: '  jBRSDGI-   AMD   KNOB   HILL  AVENUEE  ';y'" SteaiW1 "Healed,'liectric  atorin ttie Boundary, whichis ja guar  ah tee of pure, fresh clean cream.  ^l^ftw^S^^*?^1^^ 2.'^^1&J'^^fi|_H%8r^ .belfe  will shortly ring around the _3rooklyn  hotel: "Cfurley" can ^ive"tether en-  lightment on tlie Subject.  F. W. McLaine and A. S. Sutton  have been appointed official i administrators for the electorial districts of  Greenwood and Grand Forks respectively.  '���% Takes Trip toEiiglarid  Ed. Blendell, who has been wpfk-  in8T for - the Granby company;;.. for  some time, le^t last Friday'morning  oh the Great Northern to visit the  scenes of his childhood days in old  England.  X:ii i  If Grows Hair  BUT    WOT    AFTER    THE  Al. Almstrom has just received a  new stock of Parlor Decorations, Wall  Pictui'es, latest designs. Call and inspect them.  Arthur Barber was in town this  week shaking hands with old friends.  He is interested in a number of mining  properties in the Kootenay district,  and left on Tuesday for the old country  for the purpose of getting capital interested in his claims.  For Sale���At once, the Christena  Lake property of Mr. A. 13. W. Hodges,  consisting of one1 acre of ground and  bungalo; property has 200 feet water  frontage. A bargain; terms reasonable. Apply to W. A. Williams,  Granby Smelter, Grand Forks, B. C.  John   Love  will tell you   that he  sells a great many bottles of Paris  ian Sage because it gives satisfaction.  r- He guarantees it to eradicate dandruff, stop falling and splitting hair  and itching  scalp, or  money back.  Parisian Sage will make hair  grow if the hair root is not dead; it  puts life and luster into dull and  faded hair, and is the most delightful hair dressing in the world. Only  50 cents a large bottle.  Parisian Sage is the best hair  grower and beautifier, dandruff cure  and scalp cleaner known. Try it  or our money back plan.  XyX:.:XP  ..''���'..:���������   y^Fl  P'XxM  'XXr'm  ���.:.jinu  X:.:0  v't.  xz��,  'fS'~M  ;-:"'i_i|?  ym  X10  ';:. ;yy. .^i  '��� ..I  If  $  I-  i_.._i:.->_ *y<*  ^i_^ _Juyj..il,��_W*��w.--.��'i/_na��^^  Mll__ W*. MUittWiMlW.' t ���. r4U_ M. .-a.  t*��.MH_.W.^U.H.tlW.a(rt^  ?w*  _f&$.._i^ .;'v. 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' 5 ���"'' ,   ...       *i.."   -'- '  '  y:yx?mi0nWkfmave^jui. t!;received'- '?a^shipmerit of tfie  high-grade. .v^^gjri^ vMferebn-.^Slic^i-"-  |^|^^h|pHh^pj:s^  . yv ship and^^  ...   _.  ^~~ ^r��--seIli'iig^ra'P.id_y<ir^^  Also a full linegpf  '������*>M~ :p$f  ;:: -: ..^f^ W&?$M$ i'^etting::?p^|h^rje  x   ���: o^ad;vertising^ wh^th^^  IJ;,: pre^tr^^s|;Hamoiin^  |!-.;':_!i��i^  S''^''''i'rli||^or:;pn;i;her;;gpodl^^^^^  .(.^-.���;.y.iS.;  ''������'; .'^���. ^':.?���?.���'.   .���-,,vi''���<<. .''.'f'iV.  ft  I  r^^^y?fbr( sicrk kidhfeys. is.'Booth'^  :_lcfeeymiHsp#';t:hfer^y  congestion, incarnation pr soreness,  ^tijmjujajt^^^itbne^  and  strengthie:igi'���  d|ive.a.wa^Sack:  ;atch||^:y j-heurn'a/-::  Jisi^v'i'pain'/^uVci-  Kidjzzinejs's^:.); clear  J A ^   _  �����'   1       S.m|_':',   .    ^" :f ���;.. *#.&& XX-0'X ^  %!#����� ������jfi-rw.ftv..��� ^ #_*���;���. X ^������v.i.-M. .. S' =�� ������   $  OWN. Olothier  'Sij.. 'k.. -i;;.  lli��AI  ^"���-K1  ���S. iffiS .  Affli\. ..1  ''.>��'" ..:;.f:. ..;Rn  ,   ....... I    f-.#^'  ^' jl^y!.?..'_,l     *<.%+:/* 'H. 7. ''  "      SS_iir';  E GUARANTEE  mmy  mrXX'  iiip5N;;,'P^e?:;th^^  Jliil^^-'-^"cit!^'^^^  ililf ��3^"^- ev^fcing|^^||^S .S^l|j5i^!�� ���;l_1^': relief:^|erm^enk  If Sfe^^^e Placed "'""  llft^^-W^erally^  SSi^^^pejobking;; especially;^iwe?arl  looking for trouble.  " '^"'-?i'''-.'���? '^.:'"'  ������.���.V^f/^.V.'  istSiSell ;and guarantee  ;B0Ptbp8ICidh^ey. ^PUl^^SQc^^Jboxii  Money |atk if .hey fkil to relieve:  Writ|"||y,th|; R.: T.J Booth ��0. ;L'Mv  Fbrt";E^ei'Brit.',;'for'a free trial.;- ''  ).y>?-  p~AH/pur cream is separated with the  r!���;'^f jMM%: SEPAl<^Tp^:: while the milk is fresh from  fM^MS^ and 'all   the  impurities are removed by the operation!  ��� ,'���'���.��� .;;��� .   ���::..��� ���:. . y.'f7;y.'ii ;J ' :V'\*y \ ���   .:>...��� -r. ...���. y ",.���;"���.;  ���.      '���.    ,>���   .t. ./'������: y :���;;'.!- ���  l9 ���.^,..__.,t...s<fai,i'A��.m*v.��n,W!����_r;i'>MT.v^iiwj4^_��.����..��,.i  ''.   _  ;,o.n^y|comnii(  ,. .... ;;������... Ji^.'-.(v'.:'.       ,    .     vipj. _  i> pi_f ^. C^Mftfh^  .a^ijMqfoai^^  ay paging  frbrni. ;y.i2-yyyto'?. .16 ..J'hch'e^xwideXw'i^l  *'fi.:; A.:' \J%:.'.' ",.,:_.';:.! ���'���Sf-:-'"-'-"''.;..���#.   yy,y .,.;):',,. yl' :���: ,';-.#> _.;>. y:i. �����)>i  ::::y:y$��xy^;x''$%,  i,.. ..���,'.-��� ��icy . i....wy: "���,',-.' -js..���'...��-.  1 .v:: f*fj':.;;;Xa:':''';���''. fX..':vj-'  xy$iX''ti.  >'���..' .   .:. "<V'-^1 ^'''. f'!  .;^_i>!^:ri. .?'  .^..;____.:.  cteaSpi  '��_.��..^'  .'������'..:  :^��W.y;IB.,7Hr;(_BW^I^'j.^PW'.flP;''i_'fe  k*|. '*'."'.*;_._.;. _;_fe y.^i'iy^HWH^nnMB^^..::  _,**.__  ��^flfEb^  >pfy:sily^|ta,thej|p    w  -p.  ftfo\':$M  r/M'.-r.  Just i;-'t;-Jfc^;  style; siie  or weight  y o u     1 i k e  ' ___r  i ***���.����  (jay by day if you fail to.investigate1 ,the< merits >o��r pur  Beer;.,^      ^r   . ,,..   :<    ,,    ~    ; ^  ;    Wholesome Beer  properly brewed and of proper  age is the only kind to buy.  It  costs more to   produce  a  pure   palatable   beer   than   a  Beer of inferior quality.     We  do it though,and don^t charge  extra for it.    For Al   BEER  best quality,   ours .takes ; the  lead. .,_ >,--. ��� ....-    ���    . .. -  ,: PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,   LTD.- ���--   : orporation of the City of  ,\, ,'   >. Phoenix, B.C.  Court of Revision  .    " The first sitting of the Annual Court  bf Revision for the revisingrcorrecting  and hearing complaints;~ against the  Assessment Roll, as made by the assessor for the year 19li, will he held at  the City'Hall,' on June 12th,- at 2 p.m.  '���. All persons having complaints must  give notice in writing to the Assessor  at least ten days before the first sitting  pf the Court.  ,' Dated at  Phoenix,  B.C.,   the   20th  day of April, 1911.  H. HARTLEY, Assessor.  that thEfJbpard,,:���'. of.^frade^I'tiaSrkdveiv  tised in several outside papers-for a  dentist to locate there. / , S  Property valued, at upwards of  $6,000,6b6 was destroyed bv fire at  Bangor,- Maine, Sunday night and  hundreds! of' people made homeless.,  Threerliyes, were lost. ,. .; tyi '-'  ���\ Edward Lowfery,. a -.miner, was  seriously injured in the Quelp min'e  at Republic last. Week by a blast  which went off in his face. He mav.  lose the sight of both eyes.- -3  George ;Cavin, a Scotchman 38  years old, dropped dead at Three  Valleyr/while* at^ work on a steam  shovel. He'was a member of the  Masonic, order at Peterhead. Scot-  land. " f        -'������     '*'���<-.  -^-  j-;.  rll^  Underwear and Ho sierx  for any season or climate,  ".'������for man, woman or child,  at   t he   rig ht    p r ice.  An d  i twon't   shrink!  Purchase      by  the   trademark.  NOTICE  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  that, under the authority contained  in section LSI of the "Land Act," a  regulation has been approved by the  lLieut^n^t-G;pvei_idr in; council fixing  the minimum sale prices of first and  second-class lauds at $10 and $5 per  acre respectively.^^. ,,yy -yx-'"- '  7; This regulation fiirthCrlprovides that  the prices fixed therein shall apply to  all lands with respect to which the application to purchase is given favorable consideration after this date, notwithstanding the date of such application or any delay that may have oc  Curred in the consideration of the  same.  ��� Further notice is hereby given that  all pe:rsons who have pending applications to purchase lands under the provisions of section 34 or 36 ofthe "Land  Act" and who are not willing to complete such purchases under the prices  fixed by the aforesaid .regulation shall  be at liberty to withdraw such applications and receive refund of the  moneys deposited on account of such  applications.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C. April 3rd, 1911.  The Moie Leader has suspended  publication for lack of support. In  itsiast issue appears an..'advertisement .for' Balil McLellan* who is  wanted, byJ his .sister, and. whose  father is seriously ill at Tignish.,  P. E. I. , 1  fl  ^Joseph _E'. *Smith,(a -prosperous  ��� bachelor-rancher, 35 years .of age,  owner .of., 160 acres of improved  farm land and a comfortable home  near Granite,   Idaho, wants   a wife.  \  * r *_  He hasestablished headquarters in  suite 22, Symons building Spokane,  where he can be found until May 15.  Seventy-five million tons of pure  silica is declared by experts to be  contained in a deposit near- Buckeye, Wash., 15 ifiiles north of Spokane, discovered by George H.  Savage, M E., of Chicago, who is  organizing 'a"corporation of "capitalists to establish a glass manufacturing plant, employing 300 skilled  workmen in tlie outskirts of Spo-  kane.  Following the defeat of the Hay-  den ordinance, designated to regiir-  late hotels/ restaurants and cafes in  Spokane by a vote of three to two  at a recent meeting of the city commissioners, comes a letter from Mrs;  Carrie Nation, reformer and saloo)n  smasher^ advising that she will ar>  rive in /Spokane with her hatchet  on May #1.5th, health permitting^  and will immediately begin the  work of chopping up the town.  :<m  Per?  It's oh every  ^//#/" garhient-in red-  \ Try     No.    9 5-  ^rUNSHRINKABLC^  Trtide   S~(<i >~\  medium weight  S^j^J,;;'^;.';..\.!.'."'V^  W^^WsiW^MMM  5*:.?: ;,ys.;r.. >jj��ajm  iiiiliriii����ifiis. .���_���.,...   :;j'::.:;r.V^6��Vvi''V-wi.''".'.:��. ���'''���;'������ %.^����fc^$ty:���&>:.:��� :���'���'���].  ^^��,:,Jjmm��-A'..-.i'S.&M,k'^  msm^^mW'- _____F^^M.   " ��� -:���������,������.��� Vwl ������&"����������� ���'���,���;; ���������;��� -..-*-'^-.fr,*��� '���;*:' ��� *. o'''���������_.' ."  m+mmmx^mmmmyMmyy  ... .        . .-- ,.       ���������^V^v?'_w.^W^'^''  ���tt:a;  AGENTS   FOR   THE   CELEBRATED  HAZELWOOD   ICE  CRMAmIM^X-W'.  AND SOFT  DRINKS  *T V|0_3f-r_rBill rri     New Filrhs Twi^  , X  hCctlUl  IU 111    tQ ^tefrdfaffi^ 11  ���pena.;yo  Fitted   up   with   the   Latest  Appliances..  Try an Electric Massages.  Cosgrove &  IVIcAstocker, Props  the phjpk^^i^qpy:;  W. A.-fMcKAY..&''SpNS,:;PBOPS.^':;: \:d-y~J& y^x  A  ...  08ean Milk-  Aiso milk that is above ,the standard in butter fat is what  you want. Our milk is aerated and has all the neutrition  as well as health-giving qualifications. M  (s interested and should know  about tbe wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe.   Best,  ���Most convenient.   It cleanses  instantly.      Askyour  I druggist fori;'  The undersigned begs to announce that he has purchased the  business and goodwill of the King's Hotel from Messrs. Shea  and Williams and hopes by careful attention to business and  courteous consideration of patrons to receive a continuance of  the generous patronage which the King's has enjoyed in the past.  If he cannot supply the  MARVEL accept no other.  but send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed. It gives full partic.  ulars and directions invalu.Vbl. to ladies.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Windsor. Ont. General Agents for Carta?  F. M,. Harrison - - - - Proprietor  �����. '_0:..l  yym  . .}!.  j%.1  ���' ���* ���'���>__���_  .���*.w;l  III  'J0:;y' ifte;  ���^w..  wio��.itwi������(��H��iia_MaaiiE  &*ULi$3i_IE5iiiIa3_.t__!Sw3jrE  _;v. "-,'.:ij..  mwtxxx:  mwX.:'t\:':\  |||l|. ���_ .':';;:y  Ml, _S.:')-;-'.,,.,,..  .is <��(�����.._.,'_._,.���  '   .r>::M;i_.'^.^.    .iyW.I'i:i:  .fee.  WMtttMi.  riXjXi&tiXl  ������MjfflKW;:   ...  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Wl��  :jha^ybeen^taken ai rn;sjc,l oset  )toy|Phpeni;XKf|g|  jlHi^c rossf;tBM?l i n e^k in%Wasli i ng io n;''  sc^me^tne^l^  ;l|rijj|ep^fe|p|re^nd^  yim|peg^)ted;|y:W  .fab ulbiaslS.weal th rliirking: in   every  :|^l^ofi|.th^;mou ,- a\yait|;;  ^i^tbejfp^spe^  |iiglo;itli S|j ijii^  ||gB.wt|^|b��fal];i^t^  jtberich: strike^ the most imports  ^tHfejtt^  tbeeicoal;f_^ril^n^W  ;BJ'.^!  ���������.?."��v"i..('''''".:.��� ���'.:..:  !)���:.;  . J .", ���:������  l<*/e_��  lfey"_a;y;  ^tfc: |;:(: l_M^(p|ij|.illlf  :>'.._-..  ���.I;.;-!?:.  1 ':;lpt .iiyfil S'5*y.^. ^^^fe^^^^>*^^s^yi^t:i::'"^^^^  ���;. .K'^_^  -������ vs* ���  . .:���':?'>i  ��� ��J ..-','.''  !���.'.)���" ?,��. .>'  ;^;jPi_Tt^|i^O<|di:;:i;'d  Xil'-  :WOpb::IDELIVERED   ON': SHORT  ,wl_iTipi_;^og^^  tied  we Jtnight  have all   the mines  and^O  flrtthei. -fate^ojfvLazai.us if. we. had rib  yyi&'^%^;.'^_':)C__?f'y','v'.^ ���.._���   .   .Sii-    - '��� ^-!  smelters  to reducie it to a  cpmmei||  ��� ctaiflS. k'l-iie^ilSlillters -J. ������ re'q ui re  fuel  ;::: f::'-.,.:\'/:r:':::X-Ay;<'yAX:X-:.::':..::::.: :���' '.���'���' '���'���'���:*, ".. ���:; ���������:������.       :.J^  ^ keep th^ni in Sbperation> and u nf  lessythermihers^ a;nd'i operators soon  get together and   settle  this strikej  cor^0ed^ ' ���:'.v:      ':.:;. JJ::  So it��a^  the evefof; an unprecedented wave  of^prosperity must come to a standi  still: on account of the coal corbi  panies Who hold the balance of  pQy^er,':y^y;:^> ���:/;:   \  .'::?������.���' y-xy.- -J.  lew Wail  S^tion^ry,   te^lier G  Burnt ^Wpod;^  ���( ���>'.!.;���.' Art''::'! ���:���:'������:��� <'*.'���. ;���::���:������ < t ���   ���: j.-; ������.:���:'..���' .     r :������-������ ���..:.. '  Kew M  to Pittsburg.  The buUd as the Stemwinder Hotel is for sale.  It is the bfestlbca^ business, and the building now  rents for $40 per .'month on a 3-years' lease.    As I intend leaving town,  will selliat a bargain.     Efsy terms Apply to  , '^aW^SrT-  i  r-''*_  *���   ._  __9  ' .'  ��� ���:.i  1 _ r.  ��� "  _-"-Ji  r- ��������� *_  .."."������.". Mining  &   Milling  Company  11  MAKE YQTjfeWEALTHY  Republic, Wkshi, June 6th; 189*9.  i^     ^_!l0^S Jit^l ^P01^ OTa^e OIX th�� adjoininler prbperty to the horiliranaeiio ^an see what people thought of the  ledge of the REPUBLIC-MQTHER LODE twelve years ago. > P   P S  H; L.  PERCY,  ESQ., ^ /        _ /.  Republic,   Wash.  find them^tua^ f h��� *?*���"^ & Uffa^ and Hillside Mineral dlaims:   I  clkims     ThSi ?��    *?     18^feet south-westeriy from the Mountain L on, arid,the north.fork of Granite Creek 'passefethrrfufeh the *'  and���   ' -*-*"<     a.?tr^S.1^-ffe l"?PP"g at intervals the entire length of the Liederkranz. croos arain on  the- Toronto KrSsJS...<<  20  on the Toronto Fraction,  cuts show,.the: ledge, to Jbe, from ,/  to where it was .covered with;    ,1  ^���^        _ v;,:--i-j"-j   -T3.-W,",���- a cross-cut-haa been mW,    '"  teet ot quartz, and the whole  face of the cross-cut "is in quartz  These properties are admirably adapted for  mining purposes,     5j  sui  H. Lf PERCY, ESQ.,  .    Republic Wash.  (Signed) .JAMES P, HARVEYU^ ,,;_  i... r  pany  ,P^r ?ir:~~J1, accordance with your instructions, I have examined the pre  , and beg to submit'the accompanying plat arid report. ' V; ./  ^ T.h_��_t_r__n^rt��.''_'__r��___ _.'��-__-Af *l__-_��_i'_.!..:_-��_.    _._-_  T ���__._! _ '���_��__��* _____    _-.'-'_'��  Th^ property fconsists of three claims,, the, Liederkranzj Toronto Fraction and Hillside, .^joining each other as .shown on .  I hie   ���.lot'   i__   <-��_��_..___.  *���.__��_   ._,_<..____        i    _i_       ��� '      ._       ��� . .. _. . ,    * /���_____"���" _. . . #  determined - ac-  tne plat,,, . .1his plat is made from,actual surveys, and shows boundaries, location of work done; and, definition of lode  curately in the field. -  -^ j .   ,, ^ ,,,���'���,�� .- v ' -    .  V .__ : .?Kelocation posts are shown on the plat by small red circles. In setting new posts: they have, in, each 'case been drawn in  from the. location posts so that the claims as now staked, lie wholly within the original locatibii posts.' I found the ground entirely  tree fromconflict with any prior location, with the,possible exception ofasmall portion of the north-east corner of the Hillside.  LOCATION   OF   PROPERTIES  These claims are situated in.th'e Eureka Mining District, Ferry County,, Washington, -and lie about three miles north-west of  otthe town of Republic, also about 1800,feet south-west of the Mountain Lion, now widely celebrated as a producing mine.     The  vein outcrpps at various points on the three claims, and can be readily traced 3,000 feet farther to the south ofthe Liederkranz.  Ithas a slight dip to the east and where cross-cut, it has shown a width of 50 to 100 feet between walls.  .:.._"*.' formation        "  \ '     '  The country rock lying west of the ledge is granite, while on the east it is porphyry.  TOPOGRAPHY  The claims lie along the east slope of a very steep hill, and the configuration of the ground is such that a depth of 100 feet Q  may be obtained with a tunnel 275 feet long. This contrasted with the shaft method of development, to which most ofthe claims #���  here are forced, presents a great and obvious advantage. The vein is cut transversely by several gulches at a depth from 35 to 50 J{J  feet, offering an opportune to drift at once, should it be deemed wise to push development in this manner, while the 275 foot working tunnel is being run.  TRANSPORTATION  A good wagon road runs within half a mile of the claims, and can be extended to the properties at a nominal cost.  A moderately good supply of timber for mining and  domestic  purposes  is  available on the ground.     Granite Creek  runs  _��� l_i __.       ���__> _* _a^ _������_ _��_ _.   _> m m      _���_. _i .       . * I _. �����_. ��� _ ���> w%        .r^L �� _i       ������ __. _^       _4_ I _. *  ^ ��� _. _r_.  ^1       _ . _L_  _��.>������.��       _.^ ____       _._.      -   -   _,___ 1   ___  _  ____. ___. 1 _. _        __ __T .   __.       __.       __T    . _         _____  _ __.        ^o i  _    .' _____       _,            ��� _ ^���_._     j, | ._��.     .��_      ........ __..^,     ��_.._  through the property as shown on the plat, arid shows an ample supply of water forstearri purposes.  The'Miners' Union scale of wages in this camp is $3.50 per day, while common laborers  n  apprehended as to the lack of either miners or workmen.  receive  50c. less.     No difficulty is  The vein is of extraordinary width; it is traceable for a mile and over on the surface; the formation shows it to be a contact  vein, which is opened at the depth mentioned above by the transverse gulches. There is no question in my mind of the permanency  and value of this vein. ���:.-...���..'.��� ���������������^.������.^^^y^^:^:.,i.y:.:.yx.:-^::^.:.x  Ijm of theopinion[that the vein on these properties is a continuation ofthe Mountain Lion vein ; I base this opinion on  similarity of quartz in the two properties, and.the fact that the Mountain Lion vein is distorted to the west near the  south side line.  An ^examination^ of an intervening property shows this opinion to be a rational deduction from the facts there presented,  namely, similarity>bfq^ The^clafms^ are accessable,.the vein can be cut at a good depth by a tunnel 275 feet  long, a base of supplies e>_ists in the immediate neighborhood, labor is aba a reasonable rate, and water and fuel for steam,  mining and domestic purposes are immediately available. Respectfully submitted,        (Signed)        O. B. SMITH, Jr., M.E.  There are several details on which the above reports are not correct at present. For instance, the railroad now  runs along the side ofthe property, and also the ledge lies in porphyry, the granite contact spoken of is a little further to  the west   This has been proven by development done since the above reoorts were written.  FOR  FULL INFORMATaON  AND PRICE l>F SHARES ADDRESS  a  __��__^^  ' foSffyyt/ \&��^&tf ^LjSn&Jff l&i^tyjtf te/^lB^ t&tf \bBl 1  t I  I  1   t  \ ,    Republic/,Wast.., June _3th/;1899.,,     '"< [    Q  property of the Hillside Consolidated Mining Com- r "^  </j  V.i..riWM,��--  :.'"_J!^___|  'i^'-Vi *"**���._!__  f- V___5___m___- xM i  Drydock to be Built at Esquimalt  The inauguration   of a shipbuilding enterprise  on the  Pacific coast,  which will be  able to take  a  share  in    the   building   of  Canada's   new  naval   vessels, is   presaged   by   the  order in council at Ottawa last Saturday granting a subsidy for  a dryT  dock and  ship   repair plant  of the  first-class to the  Esquimalt Graving  Dock & Shipbuilding company.   The  subsidy    provided    for    under    the'  statute passed last  session  is three  and a   half per cent   per  annum on  the total cost of a period of 15 years.  According to the estimate  of the  engineers   of   the    department    of  public works on the plans submitted,  the total cost of the dry dock, wharf,  repair machinery, building, etc., will  be  $2,637,800.     The   dock will   be  900 feet long, 41 feet deep  and   128  wide, and capable of accommodating  the largest vessels afloat.  The promoters are Messrs. Bullen,  the well-known shipbuilding firm of  the Pacific coast, who have associated with them Denny Brothers, of  Dunbarton, Scotland, one of the  largest shipbuilding firms in the  United Kingdom.  Fernie Sessions Open to Public  At a recent session of the conciliation    board,   held    at   Lethbridge,  Alta., which had been sitting behind  (closed    doors,    announced    that    at  Fernie   the  sessions    will    be    held  openly, the   public  and   representatives of the press being admitted  to  the hearings.     This method  will  be  continued, except that if at any time  the board desires to go into   private  meetings it may do   so.     If  at any  time it is deemed   necessary   to   return to the secret method again  the  board will so order.     Two  or three  witnesses were examined this afternoon regarding dockage and timbering methods.     The board will go to  Fernie and hold its   first   session  at  that place today.  The Country:    No Sir Wilfrid you don't catch me Crippling Myself with that-kind of Footwear  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  Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop. Phoenix, B.G.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed Tender  for Public Building, Grand Forks, B.  C, will he received at this office until  4 p.m., on Monday, May 29, 1911, for  the construction of a Public Building  at Grand Forks, B.C.  Will Employ 5000 Men.  A dispatch from Medicine Hat  states that William Whyte held an  hours eonferencs with a citizens'  committee in regard to the location  of the C. P. R. shops which will  employ 5000 men. The point at j  which they will be built will be decided this month and the demand  for real estate in Medicine Hat is  such that the offices do not close  until   midnight.  An Enjoyable Dance  The fancy dress ball in the Miners'  Union hall Tuesday was not conspicuous for the large number of  costumes present, but was a very  enjoyable evening nevertheless. The  hall was beautifully decorated for  the occasion by Prof. Marks and reflected a great deal of skill, while  the illumination effect was very  pretty. The floor was in good condition, the music was of first quality,  and all present had a splendid  time.   *, .  Dave   Oxley   returned   Wednesday  from his ranch at Shuswap.  Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender-  obtained at the office of Mr. Wm.  Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B.C., at the post office, Grand  Forks, and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence.- In the case of  firms, the actual signature, the nature  of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm  must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,  equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of the  amount of the tender, which will be  forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when  called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. . If the  tender be not accepted the cheque will  be returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, April 25, 1911.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department.  SLUMP IN LARD  Pure Leaf Lard, 31b. pail, 55c.  "      " "     51b.    "     90c  " "   101b.    "  $1.75.  Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, 35 cents per dozen;  Three Dozen for One Dollar.  Fresh   Churned   Hazelwood   Butter,  40 cents   per lb;  2  pounds for 75 cents.  Sugar Cured Hams, 23 cents per lb.  <_> ' y.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 25 cents per lb.  P.  BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  E 2  Central Hotel  Is the most convenitnt Hotel to  Granby mines and is the home  of the miner. Everything neat,  clean and comfortable.  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  Phoenix Cartage Co.  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD    or   SLABWOOD     I  can   fill   your   order   promptly.  C A. ROSS        Phone A44  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.  F.irst-GBass Wood!  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  PHONE  34-  '���<��  Vi*:  ar  . _:  m  f.  I.-  1  4.  ���,*__.  li-  P:  _^fl_*S _!!-_��!.'   ���_��.iV_.i!l ils'-i.'rfi'nirrii :���_JI_i-.. .���._.:_-<-���iI-:V.'_.:JWVSi."V.'^-.;V.^v'w'i^vV_-<iTO'V'-- rf __��^_jy.l '1i."js ,*i"^^i^vHr_i|y.-r'T^^^'-'_'_.'_'���'* ';__!     ' i ���'_' '"^~���J __'_'"t;Hiffi'?.". ������_x._ i ��� ���������������:_  ���^Yi^ .���.�����_ *S".��..-_I_^ -��#.*   ./_fctKva*J_rt_i.J-.i    .!%__ Hf.* _��hl . ___>4V. '.��� �� .��.-*"i?>' ','-",��l..�����    _-  .!��-**._.,��- 1*   _i.(.->,j* .i...


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