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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 8, 1909

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 p.  riti  m  m  *3  "SH  BPi-S  KM  g9  M  5'Vi  _)  ���-���Wf*** �����,��,** >��*..*,, 1-:.,^^.,   ���^   _, ifc S,      ,     ^% #      4     _   ^ ��tl��.  ,  -   ail.  fCBM   **-*��      ��    il^  AND   BOUNDARY   JWINING JOURNAL.  Tenth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,; SATTJRDAY, MAY 8,  1909  . t~,f.jit)p n>',  v''   No, 24  This is the season of the year ,when the house-keeper discovers her wants in the house-furnishing line. We have a  complete stock of the many articles she may require. A  careful perusal of the values offered below 'cannot fail to  be of interest.    . ...        . .  11  (<  Notingham Lace Curtains, per pair  Irish Point Lace.Curtains  Tapestry Portiers  Sash Curtain   Muslins, per yard  .   .  Frilled Curtain'Muslins      ,"     ���  Brussels Net Curtaining-    ���.���������"���       .  .  Cream  Madras, 50 in,   wide, per yard  Colored       "       ^4 in.  .wide    .  .   .....  Colored 'Scrims,'per yard   Reversible Cretonnes, per.yard-"." .".  Art Sateens, .per yard..   ���   ���   .  ���  ���  Tapestries, per yard     .   .  .   Mats and Rugs .  .  . ..' .  ........  Tapestry and Wool Squares .  .  .   .   .  .  .Linoleums; per square yard'!;  .  .������'���.  Inlaid Linoleums, per square yard; ���;. .  Jap Mattings, per yard   ...  .  .   .   .  .  Tapestry Table Covers, each  .  ...  .  Curtain Rods and Poles, from   .   .   .  .  .$l.oo to #5.oo  4.oo to    5.oo  3.5o to    9.oo  20c  to  40c  25c  to  40c  .     35c  to  65c  35c  to  45c  50c  to   75c  .      I5c  to  25c  .      2oc and 25c  2pc' and 25c  75c to 2.oo  $1.00 to 5.50  8.50 to 3o.oo  60c  to   75c  1.25  25c  to  4oc  2.25 to 3.5O  25c  to   75c  Boundary Side Lights  flUNTEMENDRICK GO.!  THE   BIG   STORE  The spring assizes open in Greenwood en May 25th.  J. VV. O'Brien has sold the Vendome  hotel, at Anaconda, to Frank JftfJJ.'  Payment has been made on he site  for a new post office in  Granrw Forks.  A. D. Morrison will install an irrigation system on his ranch west of Grand  Forks.  Road Superintendent Spraggett has  been having the road to Christena lake  repaired.  T. G. Bird, city electrician, is leaving  Grand Forks to open a business in  Vancouver.  Editor Belton, of the Grand Forks  Gazette, is off on a three weeks' trip to  the prairie province.  Married, in Grand Forks. on^Apnl  24th, by Rev. H. Steele,VV. H. Brooks  to Miss Amy Walters.  Greenwood will enforce its health  by-law, requiring all premfes and  streets to be cleaned up. >-���,  Born���In Greenwood, on Tji'arsday,  April 27, to Mr. and Mr's'^'A. A.  Frechette, a daughter.  The Riverside nurseries at "Grand  Forics is shipping nursery stock all over  the province at the rate of a car per  day.  Arrangements have been completed  for the firemen's big Victoria Day celebration in Grand Forks on Monday,  May 24th;  > C. F. Hawtrey and James Drum, of  Greenwood, have been gazetted as  commissioners for taking affidavits under the Elections Acts.  J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer of  the Great Northern, was in the Boundary last week in connection with the  lig'nt-of-way to Phoenix.  G. M. Holt was in the Boundary  from Nelson last week. He has re-  centy invented a motor and a company  has been formed to place it on the  market. "       .  Christena lake promises to be more  of a summer resort this coming season.  A. B: W. Hodges and E. Lane, of  Grand Forks, will each have a gasoline  launch on the water.  THE AX FALLS ON  ClVIp SALARIES  Position of Day Policeman is  Dispensed With  Mayor: Rumberger and Aldermen  Marshall, Rogers,;j McKenzie, Cook  and Hillier were present,at.tlie regular  ne'���  ra  Watch Repairs  tip  J$!S^  jg^^^^^^^^^^^^Sj^  - jl^^^i^^^ft^^^.  j^HKffl^/Tt^^M^Sir^nJ^irW  __BBBW  *  .   X     .       .''  wfj^msKra||w  ^^^^^m^^^Ws^^^H^^W  TWM^nyw'ftfWlffMlj11 *1nT^\JrfiTk'' * '* *"'" rj^Hmf^ "  T"^BBBB|||ijj_P^ .  <^^^^^^L^^^^SI^^'  JfjjrVOW is the time to get 3'our Watch put in  ft '  ^ v" first-class shape. We carry a complete line of genuine material for all  makes of Watches, made by the factory that  made the Watch, and have a complete outfit  of   tools   to   execute   all   repairs.      Charges  ���   ������ -���- ��� I..,,-   ���������__________  reasonable;   also, we have a complete stock  of Watches  always on hand���all grades and  prices.  WATCH   INSPECTOR  M. J.. MerrthewL  Eholt, was chosen   from a list  of 17  applications for the position of Green  wood's chief of police at a salary of  $110 per month.  In Greenwood F. VV. McLaine has  bought out the business of the Bealey  Investment company, and D. A. McDonald has taken over Mr. McLaine's  fire insurance business. .  At a meeting of Greenwood fire  brigade Friday evening, Chief Hallett,  Assistant Sanders, and Secretary A. J.  Logan resigned. C. E. Summers  A. E. Braithwaite and Ed. McArthur  were elected to fill the positions.  Constable J. D. Dinsmore, who for  some months was chief of police at  Greenwood has resumed a position on  the provincial police force, and is  stationed at Midway. Constable  Aston of Midway has been moved to  Hosmer.  In the recent Spokesman-Review  contest, Mrs. Bertois secured the sixteenth place and received a bedroom  set valued at $150; Mrs. White, of  Grand Forks, got an $85 prize. Lock  Patterson won the grand prize of a  tract of land near Spokane with a  $1,500 residence.  At ihe annual election of officers of  Grand Forks fire department the following were elected for the ensuing  term : Chief, A. E. Savage; assistant  chief, Stanley Dinsmore; treasurer, VV.  Bonthron; committee, B. Reid, L.  Fitzpatrick and L, Mader.  Judge Wilson of Cranbrook was  appointed by the Dominion government as the third member of the conciliation board to arbitrate the differences between the B. C. Copper company and Greenwood miners' union,  the other two, Mr. Mclnnes and Mr.  Cronyn having failed to agree on the  third man.  At the annual vestry meeting of St.  Jude's church, Greenwood, the following officers were elected: Vicar's  warden, G. B. Taylor; people's warden,  E. R. Redpath; treasurer. C. J. Eales;  lay delegates to synod, Messrs. Kendall, S. M. Johnson, VV. G. McMynn,  F. VV. McLaine; sidesmen, Messrs.  Proctor, Stow, R. Wilson, E. F. Smith,  S. M. Johnson.  William Newman, the last of the  Bndesville bandits, was taken to the  provincial goal at Nelson from Greenwood on Monday night where he had  been sent to await trial by I. H. Hallett, police magistrate. The three men  concerned in the holdup which took  place last December are now through  the efforts of Chief Constable Bunbury  in the piovincial goal there.  of the city;jcouncil   last Wed-  Y-e'vening.    ' ]��� '  '"'y:  .^important work of t'��e council  v0'' putting the ax through the salaries  cHViivic officials.... The cut fell most  te[ivily on the city tlerk ' and day po-  lorp. His position was reduced to that  ](| city clerk with a salary of $50 per  r'onth ond free use of rooms in the  (Dity hall. Fifteen dollars was chopped  rt'fiT the chief of peace's salary, leaving it $110 per month in future, and  tf. Lemieux. city laborer, was pla.-ed  <l\i a day's wage schedule at $3.50 per  ,ejie hours. The .medical health offi-  ' J's salary of $30 per month was the  I   <y one  which  did   not   receive   a  iJ- -        ���. .';;.'*?\ '        '���"���;  'ere* S- H od wrotb the council slat*  ir,^ jit he was withholding his resig-  naj!-;.-' .as police magistrate owing'to  the absence from  the province of the  attorney-general.  /;  Geo. D. Turner, secretary of the  Phoenix schobLboard, submitted the  estimates of exjj^liture for 1909.  A petition signed ?by eight laxpay  ers was presented, |complaming of the  disgraceful condition of the thoroughfare on Lexington street and Standard  avenue in the Vicinity .of the Rundle  property. The chief of police was in  structed to notify|.Mr. Rundle to remove all obstructions.  Under the headiof unfinished business the petition for bridging and grading Aetna avenue,,between Church and  First streets, was ^iscussed. The petition was returheaV to be presented at  some future date. v^ ;;  The following accounts were passed:  Boundary Mining Notes  J. P. McLeod.. :;j.. ....  H. Hartley.. .,".'.....  McRae Bros ........  L. Y. Birnie '::��... ...  B. C. Telephone. Co.. ;  Phoenix Elec. Light Co  Phoenix Livery Stable.  Morrin, Thompson Co.  ���$,  34-��o:  5.00  88  ii.70  108.85  20.00  7-65  Pifbermea'tfCnlimiH Reopens  The knights of-the road are again  getting busy, the fishing season having  opened last Saturday. ���_-.,���, Anticipating  PP��rator:at|the usuai stories; ^culiat-to-ihis-festive  season, the Pioneer will reopen its  special fishermen's column, upon condition that every fish story is accompanied by at least; a dozen of the  speckled beauties.     S  The electric wires have been installed  in the sub-station at the portal ot the  Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel.  G. R. Coldwell of Brandon is advertising the Golden Crown claim with  .plant and equipment, fpr sale.  J. D. Thompson, of Vancouver,  manager ofjthe Golden Eagle property  on Vo'canic mountain, visited the property last week.  The strike situation in eastern British Columbia coal mines remains unchanged and the coke,supply therefore  uncertain. The Greenwood smelter  kept going till this week, but closed  on Tuesday. ���  With the Mother Lode mine closed  the ore shipments dropped several  thousand tons this week. G*?nby  shipped 19,548 tons and the Sno jhpe  2,100 tons. Granby smelter treated  17V724 tons.  o  Referring to.the Dominion Copper  company; Stevens' Copper Handbook,  just issued, says: "The property, is  dangerously low in. grade, but has enormous pre bodies, arid, with adequate  capital and prudent management,  should become.a large and profitable  producer, in time."  Granby isevidentally being accumulated steadily, and I look for a sharp  advance in its price soon. With 15-  cent copper, Granby should be in a  position within a year to earn a good  investment return on a valuation of  $150 to $?oo per share for its stock.���  Boston Commercial:-  '"��� P. F. Roosa and W. ��� S. Lord, 'of  Boundary Falls, were in camp on Wednesday.; Mr. Roosa had just returned  from a business trip to ��� the coast in'  connection with the Dominion Copper  company, but had nothing to say as to  who would buy the properties on May  28th.  STEEL MAN MEETS  WITH ACCIDENT  Warren Mitchell Receives Severe Injuries in No. 2 Shaft  On Sundav afternoon Warren Mitchell met with an accident while coming up the No. 2 Granby shaft as a  result of which his jaw was fractured  and his collar bone and one of his arms  broken. J  Mitchell and his partner, known as  steel men, were coming up in the cage  of No. 2 shaft with an armful of steel  each, and, although neither of them  can exolain just how the accident occurred, it appears Mitchell slipped and  overbalanced in the cage which exposed his head and arm to the shafting.  He was taken to the hospital and,  although badly bruised, he is now re-.  covering satisfactorily and is thought  tn he" ��tit;;'bf danger;  (By the Publicity Committee)  The evangelistic campaign  is  <  now  W. Y. Williams visits (folded Oroup  Wm. Yolen Williams, for years superintendent at the Granby mines, recently made a trip to the Holden  mines, near Lake Chelan, Washington,  and found from one to 50 feet of snow  in that locality. Development work is  progressing steadily at the Holden  group, under Mr. Williams, about a  dozen men being employed there.  Getting a Foothold la Prlace Rupert  The Pioneer editor is in receipt of  an excellent snapshot of the business  quarters of M. M. Stephens & Co.,  insurance and customs brokers, at  Prince Rupert. Mr. Stephens was  formally city clerk for Phoenix and appears to be getting a good foothold in  the G.T.P. terminus city.  dreat Northern (lives Reduced Rate  In this issue will be found the announcement of the Great Northern  railway's special rate from Phoenix to  the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition at  Seattle. The rate which is $20.80 for  return ticket, good for 15 days, goes  into effect May 29th.  Notice to Water Tenants  The patrons ofPhoenix Water Supply  company are hereby notified that the  minimum charge for street, lawn and  garden sprinkling is $2 per month. J.  L. Martin, secretary.  To Open Branch Store In Prince Rupert  McRae Bros., of this city, who have  been conducting a branch store in  Greenwood for some years, are discontinuing business in that city and will  move the stock to Prince Rupert.where  they will open in the stationery business.    Leaves for Coast  Rev. G. E. Strachan went to Greenwood on Thursday to attend ihe district meeting of the Methodist church.  He leaves for the coast on Monday to  attend the conference.  Since the closing of the Mother  Lode mine last week the Granby company has been putting on a large number of men, and with the resuming of  shipping from the Gold Drop about  the middls of the month, there will be  employment for all the experienced  miners laid off at the/Mother Lode.  The fifth gerre'ral meeting of members  of the western^ branch of the Canadian  Mining institute1 will be held-at-Coleman, Alberta, on Tuesday, May 25th.  Members are urged to attend this meeting and are cordially invited to contri  bute papers or notes for reading and  discussion ; also notify E. Jacobs, secretary, Victoria, if they will do so.  The properties of the Dominion I  Copper company, in liquidation, will  be disposed of by public auction  in Vancouver on the 28th inst., sub  ject to reserve bids fixed by the judge  in chambers, in two lots. Lot "A"  will consist of all the company's prop  erty real and personal, except that included in lot "B." Lot "B" will consist chiefly of supplies on hand for the  mines and smelter and the benefit of a  contract with the C.P.R. respecting,  freight rates.  The initial payment on the bond on  the Bruce mine at Midway, was made  last week by the Donald Copper company to J. C. Haas, M. E., of Spokane, and S. M. Johnson, of Greenwood. A. S. Locke, of Winnipeg,  prominently connected with the Donald Copper company, and Mr. Haas,  who is superintending operations at the  Bruce, visited the property last week,  and it is understood were well satisfied  with the showing up to date. The dis  closure of a large copper gold ore body  is looked for.  Fire Team Mtkei Quick Trip  The fire whistle, brought the brigade  to a chimney blaze at the Alexander  hotel in a] hurry Tuesday afternoon,  but, fortunately, their services were  not required. Had the fire ever got  headway, with the high wind then  blowing, there would have undoubtedly  been much destruction of property.  McDonald's livery is to be congratulated on its expedition in reaching the,  scene withithe fire apparatus. It was'  probably'a record run.  B. C. Qome Bulletin  A new bulletin has   been issued recently from the  government printing  from the  office dealing with the game of British  Columbia. ��� It has > been;>prepared by  the .bureau of information, and will  prove very interesting to-those requiring information on the subject of game.;  The illustrations deal -largely ,with the'  big game; of the province, and incorporated in it is an article by Bryan  Williams dealing with the all year  round sport.  liteit Mining Stock Quotations.  Bill ASKED  Alberta Coal ami Coke      .05 .08  B.C. Copper       6,00 6.12^  Doinin. Copper 06}^ . 12^  Granby     90.00     100.00  Charles Dickens     Cons. Smelters     70.00 90.00  Copper King 03.^ .04  Gertie         .02^ .03,14  Hecla             ....      2 50 3.76  International Coal...        .68 .72  Kendall 70 100  Missoula Copper          ,\% .02^'  Nabob 2% .3  Rambler-Cariboo         .11 .13  Rex         .07 .8?jT  Snowstorm       1.55 1.57  Snowshoe              .0 .<S%  Stewart          0.62>B'      .75  Tamarack-Chesapeake      0.75 0 80  Latest Prices in Meiala  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic,  62^ @ ��I2.75; lane. $12 87 (3 K13.00.  KarHilver, 6S>��  Lead, $5 02!^ @ *5.07>��.  Speher, |5.02^ % *5.07,^  $12-  Boundary Minlog Records  The following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc., recorded at the office of the Grand Forks  mining division for the past week:  LOCATIONS  Baltic, Wellington camp, relocation  of the Baltic, Hattie Gusta Carlson;  A. B., Christina Lake, VV. H. Beach;  C. D., Christina Lake, W. H. Beach;  E. F , Christina Lake, W. H. Beach;  Anaconda, Burst Basin, R. McRae;  Castle Rock, Wellington camp, relocation of Castle Butte, R. W. Yuill;  Calumet, Christina Lake, W. A. Williams; Mohawk, Christina Lake, Elmer  Ness.  CERTIKICATKS   OK WORK  Deer, Burnt Basin, Gusta Moller;  G. B. Fraction, Burnt Basin, estate of  G. A. Paulson; V. P. Fraction, Wellington camp, T. A. Miller; Champion,  Summit camp, Jos. Buron.  CON'VKVANCES  All Columbia, Franklin camp, Jas.  West as administrator of estate of Clara  West, to Archie Chisholm; all Shelby,  Franklin camp, Jas. West as administrator of Clara West to Archie Chis  holm: all interest in Summit M. C.,  Worcester camp, Robt. Hodge to co-  owners; half Mullen Fraction, Greenwood camp, John Mulligan to F. M.  Kerby.  PERMISSION TO RE-LOCATK  The Wave, Wellington camp, Thos.  Richards.  Mr. Schmidt Visits Phoenix Brewery  Leopold Schmidt, head of Olympia  'Brewing ' company, 'of- Washington;  state's headquarters, was in town for a  few days this'week, visiting Biner's  brewery. Next to Biner's beer, the  Olympia is the top notcher, and is said;  to be daily making Olympia" more  famous. Mr. Schmidt commented  highly: on the .up-to-date, brewery; of;  Phoenix.  Pythian Slstera At-home  The Pythian Sisters, recently organ  ized here, held their initial at-home in  their lodgerooni on Tuesday evening.  In progressive whist Mrs. J. E. VV,  Thompson and James Bateman were  prize winners. An enjoyable evening  concluded with refreshments.  Premier's Father Dead  Arthur H. McBride, father of  Premier Richard McBride of British  Columbia, died suddenly at his home  in New Westminster on Tuesday, aged  73 years.    He located in  minster over 40 years ago.  New  West-  W. B. Cochrane, police magistrate,  of Grand Forks, was in the city yesterday.  BASEBALL ON THE  DANVILLE DIAMOND  Phoenix Runs Excursion Train  to Border Town  Phoenix baseball team had their  second practice of the season at Dan  ville last Sunday. A special train was  run from Phoenix to Danville, carrying  about a hundred passengers, reaching  the American border town about noon.  The weather being ideal the attraction resulted in making Sunday a gala  occasion in the city of the vale where  fruit vines cluster. People from Grand  Forks and all the other suburbs lined  the bleachers and the game concluded  amid tumultuous rejoicing in the home  city's victory.  The day's big event started with  Patsy Berner on the rubber lor Danville. But the Phoenix colts hit him  hard and cantered round the bases  with smiles like a bunch heading for  tlie free lunch counter. Joe Strutzel  was doing tbe curve stunt tor Phoenix,  while Litchfield, who wore the big mit,  kept the natives of the valley bewildered  with the finest brand'of coaching ever  introduced in the valley, while Sher-  bino was tearing off runs two at a clip.  And then something happened ! Gentle  reader, the score was 7-2 in favor of  Phoenix in the seventh when Kid Foley  went on the mound and started placing  the benders over the plate for Danville  in a manner that made the opponents  paw the air with the oat; he didn't  wear a sweater, though there may have  been luck in his flowing end tie. Then  followed a merry-go round, howling  wrent the air, and we could never see  the score again for the din of Danville  ites on the bleachers. Following was  line-ups :  Phoenix Danville  J. J. Strutzel    ���p��� P. Berner  Litchfield --c���Armstrong  C. McAstocker���ib-Michael  W. Perkins - 2b-McKay  V. M. Sherbino���3b-McDougall  J. Corbet  G. Biner  A. Strutzel  L. McKelvey  ���ss���Lugsdon  ���rf���D. Powers  ���If-���Sinclair  ���cf���R. Powers  ���p���S, Foley  well under way in our city.' The meetings are growing in interest as well as  in attendance, and those who attend  cannot but be benefited by the setting  forth of. Christian... teaching and Jhe  strong appeals;-to men andVwpmen* to '  follow the better life,    ^rt j^f"  'Prof. Lowe, in announcing triefrneet- ;  ings, said : " We. are not here to teach  any new doctrinej but only to tell the  old gospel story and; help those who  hear to a^igher plane qf life; to 'lift  those wr|A,'have fallen, and to help  those who are'Christians to be better  Christians."  This is the object of the meetings,  and there are evidences that ' much  good is being accomplished./  I The illustrated services ori Saturday  land Monday nights were especially interesting and effective. Prof. Lowe is  giving the life of Christ in threeparts,  one each Saturday evening.    \ ,   ���  The lantern views are amorig'the  finest ever shown in this, city and form ,  a powerful medium, for making clear  the"lessons intended to be conveyed.  The Sunday evening service was  well attended and\ Rev. Mr. Berlis  gave an impressive discourse -on Romans-I, 16: "I am not ashamed of  the gospel of Christ; for it is the powier  of God unto, salvation  to'every  one  that believeth."     ^Christianity   is:f a  power," he , said., .." It is the /weak  things of life that people are ashamed  of, and there is nothing of weakness in  Christianity"  Both    Tuesday;  and     Wednesday  nights' services, were well attended and  the close attention given to Mr. Berlis  as he spoke on spiritual truths, making  clear their utmost importance in influencing men's daily lives, was a proof of  the growing  interest with  which  the  ,people  of...Phoenix ,a^  messages of the Gospel from this earnest evangelist;' V:'"';"'/:,": :''  The regular services will continue to   .  be held in the opera house until May.^,'  16th.    The evening meetings begin at  8 o'clock, Sundays at" 7:30.' .���  '   There will be fine il lustrated services  on  Saturday  and   Monday evenings,  when Prof. Lowe will show some very  beautiful pictures, and on Sunday afternoon, ,May 9th,, at 2 o'clock, a special  ^meeting, for men will   be held aE the  opera house,  when Mr. J. A. Th6tn;  son, famous   for his work among men  in the East,  and his  marvelous conversion, will tell the story of his life.  Mr. Berlis also conducts meeting's for  prayer and Bible study in the Presbyterian church   every   afternoon  at  3  o'clock, except Saturday, Sunday and  Monday, and   Prof. Lowe is winning  the special favor of the young people  in his meetings for them in the Methodist church on Tuesday and Thursday immediately after school hours.  " The King's Business " has become  quite conspicuous in this city and is  pushed vigorously by those; who are  enlisted in "The King's" service.  There is no doubt that such an effort  can only be for the good of every home  and every citizen of Phoenix, and we  gladly observe the persistency with  which the seed for all that is good, .  noble and uplifting is sown by Messrs.  Berlis and Lowe, faithfully assisted by  the local ministers and church workers.  Heavy Losi Bv Fire  The little town of Westley, 30 miles  west of Nelson, on the line of the  Boundary, was practically wiped off  the map by fire on Tuesday, the loss  including the Yale-Columbia Lumber  company's fine mill, a large amount  of lumber, and all the residences and  other buildings in the place with the  exception of the company's office and  thc cook house The loss is, in round  figures, $100,000, of which approximately half represents the value of the  mill and about an equal amount that  of the lumb-r in slock.  An Evening  at Whist  Mrs. Thomas Oxley was the hostess  of a delightful progressive whist party  on Wednesday evening, when she entertained a number of local ladies of  the Maccabees order and friends. Her  cosy home was decorated and fragrant  with carnations, and Mrs. Oxley received in a most becoming gown of  white silk. The guests were soon intent in progressive whist, evincing keen  competition for the coveted first prize,  while others worked equally diligently  towards the opposite pole of success.  At the conclusion Mrs. A. D.McKenzie and Geo. Ellis held the high  scores and were each presented with a  pretty souvenir of the occasion���while  Miss M. Heidman and Dr. MacLean  won the consolation prizes. Cards  were followed by dainty refreshments  and ice cream served on quartette  tables. Among those present were:  Mi. and Mrs. J. Swanson, Mr. and  Mrs. VV. H. Heidman, Mr. and Mrs.  S. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McKenzie, Mrs. McKelvey, the Misses  Buckless (Greenwood), tbe Misses  Heidman, Miss Bradshaw, Dr. Mac-  Lean, C. H. Reeves, D. Darraugh,  Geo. Ellis, VV. G. Mackenzie, L. McKelvey, B. Decoste, A. Gillis (Greenwood), VV, Oxley and T. A. Love.  i  If  kh2  3  m  1  K  M  a ���  xA4l  mi,  "������..;-. j-js SB  ���������������������$1  ��� i  "Ml  ' 'j��!  14  .;''<r  ���via  ��� ��� ���. -'V,  ���ill"  -'^54  ���*il ..\_:.���W  it'  ipj'' ���  THE (PH0B,NIX1,.P/10.NB��<R.  IMtiffll  i(l  tir  ir.  J  -.4*  -*-  ' ''W>m,'  A" BASKET FULL  cf clean', sweet-snieJ.Ing*  linen Is obtained with half  tlie toit and half the time  If Sunlight Soap is used.  Sunlight shortens the  day's work, but lengthens  ^,. the life cf your clothes,  Fqtyow direction*.  The Phoenix Pioneer  '[ Had' Boundary Mining Journal.  yHtttmr  -SD-.  IMDBO OH ���ATDBDAVH ��V T����  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  . ��jr��aMt��tx.a.b  T. ALFRED LOVC. Mana-km:  Taltpk  11 Bwia��M oSce Mo. 14.  ) Manager'* mtdcac*, No. s$.  COMPREHENSIVE NEW COPPER iUWOBOC*,  Tlie eighth annual edition ul tin  Copper Handbook, juiit; it>suod by the  author, Mr. Horace J. Stevens, ol  Houghton, Michigan, hai been re  ceived by the Pioneer. It is an octavo  volume of 1,500 pages, in brevier  type, but by slight increases in the  ���width-and"heigth'of the printed matter  on each page, together with a reduction in the leading, but without using  a smaller face of type, each page cai-  ries one-third more matter than formerly, and the new edition, with only  1,500 pages, contains one-half more  matter than the preceding edition,  which had 1,228 pages.'  The principal chapter of the book,  devoted to detailed descriptions of the  copper mines of the globe, has 1,185  pages, describing no less than 6,767  copper mines and copper companies,  in all parts, of the world, comparing  with 4,627 listed in the preceding edition. This long chapter, which was  unrevised in volume VII., owing to  fire, accident and illness, has been  completely rewritten, even the obitu  aries of- the defunct companies having  been improved by the addition of neat,  .verbal tombstones.  Copper is considered under a great  variety  of   heads,   in the preliminary  ' loose Af tin  Under this heading the, Penticton  Press last week took the- Hedley G.i  zelte editor to task for the- Litter's  policy of petty-carping personalities.  Because the Press had made some criticism, supposedly against the member  for the Similkameen and the local government, the Gazette, which assumes  the position ol bulldog growler for that  member and political publicity scaven-  WWIIHIIHI IK ADVANCM.  1   * .  PCr YMf .a.�������...��_...a...��..��..............a.��a.>M..........<oft��M  VIS   JHOStBV-��.a..a......aa.a.a*...aa.aa.aa.a-a*a.....*.aM......     I l���S  ' fa tke'Dnltad Mates, per jrtai_��..~_-....._��� _so  ,~9?9  __Wb���i__*-_.  MApY     Wi  fu.-aa. Too*.  fa'   .' ���' ' ".  Woo.  Til   Th.    lot.  r '3  '.',9  'iii-  '[as  30  '3'  ' 10  *r  31 .  4  11  18  s  12  ��9  26  6  ��3  ao  37  7  1-4  ai  28  1  8'  *S  .arid  '.���j'-  Thesymtoms of the passing,, of the1  .��ave<^C_��pt:essk>n/and ithe. return to  rloVimalclttaditiofts'are becoming' more  ��� pronounced every day.    The-increase1  jn railway traffic, bank clearings, and  in ..the, customs trevenue, all. .point to  improved commercial conditions.-   In  the matter of hank clearings alone' the  .figures tot"March".showed an increase  oCnjtfre .than' thirty, millions over those  qf,)ast,year, and .even a substantial improvement over the! buoyant; year of  t't)of.>  In industrial  circles  there is  a shqjr" of .considerable improvement,'  and' in  all .departments of. national I v���^^    ���  .   ���     .        ,.    -  u~,;l~^, ��i,_ i,;.l':_^. LL   '    . -'���     I gle libel suit being brought into court,  actmty.tn&bususess barometer is rising. I ,       , .   <    & '  ' ��� :   . j though   many   going   companies   are  branded as swindles, is evidence that  j chapters of the book, these giving, in  non-technical but correct language, a  vast amount of information relating to  the geology and mineralogy of copper  and copper ores, with'chapters devoted  to mining; milling, smelting, leaching  and refining,  and yet other chapters  treating   of   the   history   of   metals,  brands,! grades,  substitutes and uses.  The very, complete glossary of mining  terms is reprinted from Vol. VII. The  final chapter, devoted to statistics, is  the most complete and compendious  given in any work dealing with the subject, whether issued   officially  or privately, and its authority has been recognized  officially and by the copper  trade.  It is rarely,,that a single work is  found of such general importance ro  suchJa great diversity- of, interests as is  the. Copper Handbook, which is practically an encyclopedia of the entire  subject of- copper, and, as such, is of  equal, interest to miner, metallurgist,  producer and consumer. To the investor or speculator in- copper shares,  it is as nearly indispensible as a work  of' reference can become. As usual,  the' Copper .Handbook is exceedingly  .frank in its comments, and the descriptions of mining, companies considered  by the author to be dishonest, are  marked by the utmost, limit of plain  speaking. That seven preceding editions, embodying language of the same  tartness, have appeared without a sin  ger for its party, spent itself in a column  denunciation of the Press editor.  The Press in a lengthy editorial gives  the Gazette a little of its own medicine  which, in part, follows :  " The Hedlty Gazette in its last edi  tion took another spasm somewhat re  semoling a catfit. In a column and a  half of frothings it viciously clawed tne  air in a vain effort to fasten its claws  into someone. A few weeks ago we  made the remark that it was a reflection  upon the brains of the province that  an irresponsible such as the one occupying the editorial sanctum of the Gazette should be permitted to run at  large; and the last maniacal ravings of  that journal fully corroborate our statement.  "That the editor in question has  been reduced to such a subterfuge as  to deal in trivial personal charges is  evidence of the direful straits in which  he finds himself. Any person capable  of descending into such depths is unworthy the appellation of either journalist or man.  "The paper or the individual who is  ever ready to attribute mercenary mo-  li-.es to the actions of another is worthy  of   nothing   but  contempt,   and   the  Gazette in its last issue has rendered  itself doubly contemptible  from  the  fact that its own  attitude is, ever has  oeen, that of the grovelling serf.    We  are averse Jtp dragging the names of  uninterested persons into a controversy  as the Gazette has done  that of Mr.  L.W. Shatford, M.P.P., but whyshould  tbe Gazette hasten to jump with both  feet upon another paper when it merely  imagines that .that paper included him  in its criticism if it were not propelled  by mercenary motives?    Is  not such  an action remarkable when Mr. Shatford, .who is quite as mentally acute as  the average individual, not to mention  our   clever   contemporary,    took   no  offence  at  our  article; and is it   not  further   remarkable   that   the  Gazette  should spread its defensive  wings.over  Mr. Shatford, altogether  unsolicited ?  Mr. Shatford is quite  able  to defend  himself when necessary, but the Gazette  must insist upon running to   his relief  and then coming to Penticton begging  bread as Ihe price of its services."  InlimS E��plro.tV����$ Assooiatlon to be Formed  ... _ ..���    In SpfthoRa; ' ��� >;  Spokane, Wash., May 1���Editors  and publishers of 370 daily, weekly  and class.publications in eastern Washington arid Oregon, northern and central Idaho, western Montana, southeastern British Columbia and- points  in Alberta have been invited by the  Spokane.Press.CQnamittee to meet in  this city on. May; 8, to discuss plans  for the formation of the Inland Empire  Press Association.  The purpose of the organization is  to unite the. press of the country to  work for more substantial and   greater  development of alj parts of the Inland  Empire and to encourage the emigration of desirable settlers and influx of  capital to assist  in  building. up  the  country and'develop its agricultural,  industrial and commercial   resources.  The Spokane Press Committee, composed of a representative of every jourr  nal published in Spokane,  headed  by  N. W. Durham, editor of the  Spokesman-Review, will entertain the visitors.  Following the organization  meeting il  the assembly room of the chamber  commerce at r.o'clock the' party  visit Recreation Park, where the S'j  kane Indians and Tacoma Tigers  in the regular  league series.for  -Northwest.pennant. . This will-b  MiiwwMnini^  I DEANE'S HOTEL \  g= DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  $= This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by  �� hot.water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation^  ����   of the public.    Everything   Neat,  Clean and Up-to-Date.    Meals*  *��   served at all hours, special attention being given  the Diningroom.  ^ Cent-rally Locared on the Bridge, Fifth Street, Phoenix.  STEAM   HEATED.  RI.RCTRIC   LIGHTING.  TELEPHONE   48.  MMmmimmmmmmmmmmm  ;��******^  Hotel Brooklyn  JAMES flARSHALL, Prop.  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  tSteam   jt    Heated  DRAYING  Of all  to  k 1 .In promptly attended  - K��l"��> ����P/��M.ai.d BawK  Tianefol-. Careful Rtlciiti,.,, ,?. In  ��rder��. >        Phone A65  JAflES Q. HcKEOWiN  ROBT,CARSCS  :____��y  UOKNiX.  All kinds oj 'light and heavy tcami,,K  promptly at'tended, to;  Miners'['dray  ing a specialty.        :    .���    ...    .  PHONE B4V  A. S; HCtoD,  Fire, Life and  Accldeol loiaraoce.  ��� ;������' General Ajenl . ,.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  TUCK. COLLIN'S  SHAVING PARLORS  AND     BATHROOM.  Next Door to McRae Bros.  Kuob Hill Avttiue.  Phoenix, B. C.  Matthew's Bar&er sfttp  LOWER   TOWN  , The estimate of the gram crop,in the,  Gadadian .northwest is 115,000,0001  blisl5els.;-"This will be the result of  lands1 tritowp Open'and homesteading,  and. is an increase of about 15,000,0001  oyer.last year,.  , j, In Njsw/oundland, after two attempts  to form a government, tbe recent election resulting'in-a tie, the lieutenant-  governor of .that province has dissolved'  the,bouse and another, general elec-'  tionJake^place /today. ^        !  -CONSOLIDATED'S 600D SH0WIN6.  ��� War Eoglo's-^floodid Body ofi.Cood   Oro st  Rossland.  >" The Canadian Consolidated Mining  ��r Smelting: company made a net profit j isfactory.  last ctt^ntfrof $/o,ooo,frt)ai their yari-  ous, mines, and  from   tbe smelter at  Trail.  The Center Star mine at Ros��-  Jand;; imsp^te of the.fire,  produced  $jfo;coo' clear profit, and some excep-  tjotjallygoodshowin^s are being made  on the ,War Eagle at, the sam6 (camp.  On this property the big. ore bpdy at  the ninth level is 50 feet wide, and runs  from $20 to $60 per ton.  A new shipping, property in last  weejt'slist was the Van.Roi at Ross-  land. . The -mine .adjoins the famous  Le Rot No. 2, and is being operated  v'.by a- lately floated English company,  "which bonded what was previously  ,kgown as the Vancouver group, ard  .also a number of claims owned by, the  Le Roi company  Mr.. Stevens, notwithstanding the fact  that he denounces .several hundred  companies as frauds, is' sure of his  ground in making such scathing ar-  (raigriments as are contained in this  and the past'editions of his book.  The price of the Copper Handbook  is five dollars, in a strong green buck  ram'binding, and ..the selling.planis  Tufiigue, as j the book is sent to anyone  ordering it, from any part of the globe,  without .a penny in, advance, .the publisher prepaying carriage charges^and  allowing the purchaser a week's inspec  tion, and,accepting the return of the  book in settlement of the charge if,  upon inspection, it does not prove satisfactory.    That this plan is successful  is proven by the fact that it has been  followed for six consecutive years, and  that the Copper Handbook now circulates in every country that has a postage stamp of its own, and is claimed,  by the publisher.witbout recorded contradiction,  to enjoy the largest circulation of any mining annual printed in  any  language.    Anyone interested in  copper,  or copper shares,  can   well  afford to write to Mr. Stevens, ordering  a copy of the Copper Handbook,with  out advance payment,  and subject to  approval after a week's inspection.  According to Stevens' Handbook for  1908, copper is found throughout the  entire length of the Rocky Mountains,  in Canada, the United States, Mexico  and Central America, and in the Cordillera of the Andes in South America  from the extieme north to Punta Arenas  on the Straits of.Magellan. The North  American copper deposits apparently  are richer west of the the main range  of the Rockies, and the principal tablelands between the Rocky mountains  and the Pacific.  lowed by a seeing Spokane tou  in the evening, beginninaiat 7 o'clock,  there is to be a complimentary banquet  in .the Hall of the Doges.  ...'."'   * Womin'�� ���Work  Could-anything be,a,better   illustration of the way women do their   work  as compared with-the-way  men  do  theirs,, than to look over, a village of  say, a thousand families, on Monday ?  In a;thousand, littlp. kitchens a thousand women would be- seen  thrusting  wood into a thousand little cook stoves,  heating.a thousand little wash   boilers,  bending their backs over a thousand  little' washboards, and hanging theii  clothes on  a  thousand  little  clothes  lines.    If,; by some singular social revolution, the  men of such a village were  to undertake to do the work, their first  step would be to get up a stock company, .invest capital-in building and  machinery, so'organize the-work that  about half a dozen men would do the  work for the whole town, receive good  salaries.therefore, and the rest of the  men would go.about their own business  on Monday just as on any other days.  mwmm mm** ^mmm 2m9Mmm*m*m0*M*m*m*  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wtnesy Liquors and Cigars  o  As w_ ship direct in. Carloads, we  can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  the  Jas. McCreath &, Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  ��*���  Miy Hwrt^Jouroil  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORE RECORD  Shipments, sad Sadler Receipts For Year to  Date.'  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1909 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. VEAR.  Boundary 32,801      491,489  Rossland    4>5��5       80,346  East Columbia River  3,906       60,815  Seeore Options on It. C. Properties.  It is reported that one of the large  Coeur d'Alene lead mining companies  j is actively engaged in optioning prom  l*he Pioneer is in receipt of a geo-j ising low grade properties in this prov  \^  Total 41,212  SMELTER    RECEIPTS   Granby  22,542  . B.C., Copper Co.....:  7,140  Trail  8,35r  Northport.... ....  632,650  140,505  117,502  12,761  .The May issue of the Home Journal, Toronto, gives abundant evidence  of the changes, promised for the new  volume. " Dear Delightful Dulwich,"  by Katherine Hale, is breezy and inspiring. "Around the Hearth" is a  new department by Jennie Allen  Moore. "Domestic Science in Western Canada," by Lilian K. Beynon,.is  interestingly reminiscent, while the article " Our Breakfast Beverage," by M.  Gaskell Knechtel, gives interesting information about coffee production and  use. The prizes for the photo contest  are announced in this issue and afford  an interesting exhibition of amateur  photographic art. The Home Journal announces for June an increase in  size and a four-cdlored cover with a  four-page insert in tints. It will be a  "Quinquennial Number," illustrating  the forthcoming International Congress of Women to beheld at Toronto.  June will also be the bridal number  and will afford many useful, hints as to  wedding methods and customs. The  Home journal will be sent to Pioneer  subscribers at 25c per year.  PALACE LIVERY STABLE  MUBDOCK MclNHRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Liveiy   Equipment,  Have taken   over   the   Lumber   Yard  and will carry  a  full  stock.  DRY, WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  Prompt Attention to   order.  ��t any hour of dajr or night.  Knob .Hill Ave.        {phone 34.)       Phoenix, B. C.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH. HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  KingEdw*rdUdge,No.3t)  A. F. and A.M.  St,  KcKU'.ar communication 8 p. m.  ond Thursday of each month.  If all, McHale Block.  M.8HKRWNO,  Secretary.  G. D. TURNF.R,  W.M.  I. Q. Q. F.  SNOWSHOH LODGH NO. it  Meet* every Monday Uvenlug  at Miner.' Hal  I'UHing brethren cordially invited.  W. I. RoTHKaFORD, Noble'irani.  W. A. Pickard, Record. Secy.  T. A   LOVB, Per   Kinau. Hecy.  PHOKNIX   AEHIK   NO   IS*  Meet* in Union Hal.  Friday evening*  Viaiting    brother*  alwaya welcome  T. McIver,'W. P.  C McASTOCRKK  ,V'.W. See  K.ofP.L0D(.E,No.28  ���PHOENIX, B^C���^~  Meetp every Tuesday  EvhMt-tG at 7.30   :.;���..;  Sojourning Brothers Cordially  Welcomed.        :       ;       ���  J. GARDNER. O.C  H. McCRACKKN  K. of a. a.  WOOD  Total  38,033    583,991  logical map of Rossland camp  from  the  Department   of   Mines, Oetawa.  This is the third  map of that camp  issued   by the department of which  Hon. VV. Templeman is minister���ect -  ftooifc geology by R. \V. Brock, area!  ger��!d<��y by G.  A. Young, and topography by W. H. Boyd.    Similar maps  will  short I)' be issued  in connection  urith Phoenix camp, \V. H   Boyd and  O ��� E. LeRoy having spent the greater  part of last summer here for that purpose.    The'department is doing a valuable service to the province in these  surveys, Vrhich determine the formation  of the various mineral zones, and will  itjo tnitch to'pforaote the mining in-:  ince. It is known that the Alice mine  a�� Creston has been secured, and that  Capt. Armstrong, government agent at  Cranbrook, has been approached for  the Lead Queen, a producer of low  grade ore of exceptional purity, situ  ated ajuth of Golden near the Col urn  bia river, now idle because of lack of  transportation facilities.  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of their famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention.this paper.  Deep.Mlninf  The lowest working on the Rand is  4.5'5 feet. This is one of the deep  est workings in the world, but the Red  Jacket mine of the Lake Superior region exceeds it, being 4,900 feet deep.  Phoenix Rtftfwsv Timetable.  c P. R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.20 p.m.  Arrives    .. .'.-���       ..500p.n1  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ..    9.00 a.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     5.00 p.m.  leadlRf Hotel of Bou.idart'e Leatjlnt  Mlniog Cimp  Hotel Balmoral  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First 8t.,  PHOENIV, B. C.  j. a monaster  New and Up-to-date  Centrally Located,  Sood Sample Room*.  Proprietor.  X  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Bine Wood, double put,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered an Short Notice.  \thm B32  P-hoens  Greenwood otagfC  l^lllG  Standard Time  Prinate for Canada Elected  At Toronto, on April 24th, at a  meeting of the house of bishops, the  Most Reverend Samuel Pritchard  Mathesou, Archbishop of Rupert's  Land, was elected primate of all Canada, for the- Church of' England of  Canada,  StomachBlood.ami  ^^       ��  Much sickness starts with week stomach, and consequent .  poor, impoverished blood../ Nervous and psle-people tack  (food, rich, red bloed.' Their stomtcba need invigorating  for, after all, a man can be no stronger tban his stomach.  A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver  active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives  out disease-producing bacteria and cures, a. whole multitude of diseases.  Get rid of yoar Stomach Weakness aatl  Liver Laxlseas by taking a 'eomma. ot  Dp. Pierce'b Golden MfeaSicat Ziiacarery  ��� the &peat iltetoiacn;,Restorative, MJrer  Invl&oraSop and Stood Gleaascr.  You can't afford to accept any medicine of antnawn  mmposMott as a substitute for "Golden Medioal Discovery," which is a medicine of shown GOMpoarnoN, having  a complete (ist of ingredieqta 'in, plain; English on its bot-  tje-wrat-per, adme fcaing'attOD-ted'as correct under oath.  Or. Pietxera Plenaaat Peuttn mgaaam an�� tewJaswwte SSmaata, Ltnranet Btwda.  Leave Fhoenix, upper town, 9.30 a. in. ]  '' " lower town, 10.00 a.m. r  Leave   Greenwood      -        3.00 p.m.]  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Office, With McRajb Bbos., Knob Hill Ave.  GILLIS & LAING, Proprietors  ^���WlltTfWfW  Johnson & Anderson  n*>ii%��i��H  ^M��  D. J. iVla.thei_5on  insurance Haent  FIRE,       I.IFK  AMI*  ACCIDENT.  HDBMTY     BONDS.         _- _. PLATE    QLA88  COMMWSIOSKR    FOR    TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  class at  to all.    Rev  JChurch Services Tomorrow %  St. Andrews'   Presbyterian Church  Preaching      Service      tomorrow,    at  7:30  p. in. Sunday school and Bible  2:3c p.m.    A cordial Welcome  Samuel   Lundie, Pastor  Catholic���Church of Our J.ady or  the Good Counsel.���Divine , Service  every and and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Supday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Benediction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Redard. O.M.I. Pastor  Methodist--Service every Sunday  evening at 7.30; Sunday School at [2.30  p.m.; choir practice Friday evening  7.30; Geo E. Strjachan.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMIN8TER. B.C.  Provides a Cbriatiari honpe toretud-  ���nts of both sexes at moderate  rates.  (las a preparatory class for junior stud-  ���111b, doing grade  public echool   work  Ooes hi(fh school work, confers all high  nhool privilepes, and prepares for teacb-  ���rs' examinations.   Teaches all branches  if a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas.   Gives a liberal education in  ts Collegiate Course and in; the Ladies'  Oonrse for M.E.L. and M.L.A.   In University work, can take students through  'he complete Arts Course, and the decree of B.A. can be obtained ffom Tor-  iptq TJniversity, which the college is in  nt affiliation.  For luller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, jB.A.,'B.P.,PrInoi>  psAyxt Bo-. J. P. Bowell. Bormar.  !^?}S5S!^^{?i??iS?!r^f  :.i  w  I'*  i  '.1  ���t  J mat  KR599K99  ^��i��umH^ii_ii_��i^.ui.j.!.M.w^  wssx^aumwi  i\pmmmmnrrfm<mamrirmm^mmM*\irri)iwm$Bm.  i'^m'mmssm& phjjweer.  5��  i  J  *>rn Baking Powder  No alumf no lime phosphates  As every housekeeper   can   understand,,  burnt alum and sulphuric acid���the. ingredients of all alum and alum-phosphate  powders���must aarry to the food acids  injurious to health.  Read the label.   Avoid the alum powders  sss  Expert Testimony  The followin.. is from President  Martin's Annual Report on the Carney  Copper Mine :          "All experienced mining men, mine  experts and mining engineers who  examine the property give but one  opinion, which is that development will  mahe.a .mine of the Carney."  Mr. Carson, superintendent for the  company, and who developed the Morning and Snowshoe mines into dividend  payers, said���"The Carney is the best  prospect in the Stevens Peak District."  He also said at another time "I would  not take 25c a" share for my stock."  Mr. J. F. Rice, mining engineer and j  expert of Spokane, Wash., after examining the property the second time,  had this to say in January, 1907 : The  Carney Copper group has probably the  best surface s/wtving of copper ores in  the district. The open cuts on the  upper croppi.ngs showing a face of ore  12 to 15 feet in width that will probably average J to 6 % copper. The  copper occurs as a carbonate and is  associated with a considerable percent,  iron : the iron apparently being in ex  cess of the silica contents. This forms  a inost desirable product ��� for smelting  and insures the minimum rate for treatment. All the indications point to the  existance of a large and valuable ore  body, which with tliefacilities it'possesses  for. mining and shippingjan be handled  at astlowr a cost as any ore in the Ceour  d' Alennes."  Mr. j. L. Martin has a laree block  ot this stock under option at an attractive figure and on terms to the right  people. Write or call on him for particulars.  THe Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Trail are now manu-  tacturing a product in tbe shape of an  electrolytic ; bearing metal, which is  giving better satisfaction than the high-  eft class of tin babbit metals.  DOMINION DAY AT THE BIG EXPOSITION  Seattle, Wash., May 6.���The State  Department at Washington has advised  the directo.s of the Alaska Yukon-Pacific exposition that " foreign troops "  will be permitted to cross the border  line und invade the exposition grounds  upon which ever date Canada may set  for the invasion.  This means that a great big feature  is to be added to the, Dominion Day  celebration on July ist, which is also  Dominion Day at the exposition, for  the plan is to bring the Duke of Con  naught's cavalry lo Seattle and give  Washington its first view of British  troops upon its own territory.  Canadians resident in Seattle are  planning to make Dominion Day the  second biggest day of the exposition  They admit that Seattle Day, June 12.  will.be the "very biggest," but they  promise to give even that event a race  for the honors.  Under the rules of the State Depart  ment it will De necessary for the visiting government to ask permission for  its treops to go upon United States  soil, but Ambassador Jas. Bruce has  been advised of this formality and it is  understood that he will make the nee  essary representations.  Every growing ambitious town is  composed of three elements���those  who work patriotically, vigorously and  intelligently for its advancement; those  who are in a state of apathy or indifference, and those who take a curious de  light in discouraging the effort of others  by ridicule, and by a persistent denial  that any progress can or has been accomplished, and by boasts of every  town except their own. The last class  are called croakers, but they are really  something worse, for their opposition  does not arise simply from despondency, but from that unenviable spirit  that will neither act itself or suffer  others to act.  Disease of The Kidneys  Brought on By Catarrh.  Pe-ru-na Made a Well Man  ��f Me.  I Canfibt Speak Too Highly  of It.  ��� Mr. George King, 453 St. Bonis St  Montreal, Canada, a well-known bus-  iness man oi that city, writes:  ' "Peruna cured me from what the  doctors were afraid would turn into  Bright's disease, aud after you have  gone through the suffering that 1  have with catarrh of the bladder and  kidiioy trouble, and hayo been cured  you are pretty apt to remember the  medicine that did tho work.  . "Peruna is a blessing to a sick man.  Eight bottles made mo well and were  worth more than a thousand dollars  to me. I cannot tspeiik too highly of  it. It is now four years since I was  troubled, and I have enjoyed perfect  health since. Every miring and fall  I take a bottle of it and it keeps nie  well."  CATARRH, of the kidneys is a very  much neglected disease.  ' It is not until the disease has a firm  hold upon the kidneys that the patient,  begins to realize that there is some derangement of these organs.  The slight backaches, the feelings of  lassitude, and other warning symptoms  of kidney disease are overlooked.  They are not sorlous enough to detain  the patient from his regular work.  , Even when he discovers that the kidneys are affected,  j    INTERNAL CATARRH  I REACHES THE KIDNEYS.  he does not recognize  the  difil-  ______ culty    aa   being  caused by catarrh.  Catarrh is sometimes so very gradual  In Its approach and its earlier symptoms  cause such slight discomfort that it is  not noticed*  However, when it is once firmly seated  In the kidneys it becomes a difficult dis-  ��Me to exterminate.  Indeed, catarrh ot the kidneys is more  . serious than catarrh affecting some of  tho other organs of the body.  In the kidneys it is liable to terminate  In Bright's disease or diabetes, both of  Which are recognized as very serious  ailments, if not fatal.  The thing to be done, when catarrh of  the kidneys is discovered, io to take some  Internal, systemic catarrh remedy, one  ,W����t reaches the very eouraa ot tne c��-  MB. GEORGE KING  tarrh  nnd   removes   tho   cause of  the  difficulty.  Such n romedy has been found in Form.:.. It' reaches catarrh, no matter  where it. may be located in the body���  whether in tho more exposed membranes of the nose and throat, or  whether in the remotest part of the  kidneys.  That Peruna is at onee the safest and  most  reliable 1 ���__������_  ��-������  remedy   for   ca-    PE-RU-NA AN .NTMNAL  tarrh of the kid- $    CATARRH   REMEDY,    j  ncysis proven by r  the many testimonials written by those  who have experienced its benefits.  Tho testimonials given here are only  specimens of thc many testimonials on  our records, pertaining to the relief  afforded by Peruna in severe cases of  kidney trouble.  Kidney Disease of Long Standing.  Mr. Samuel A. Huston, 1118 Troost  Ave., Kansas City, Mo., member  I. O. O. F. and National Annuity Association, writes:  "1 am a wt.ll man to-day, thanks to  your splendid medicine, Horuna. i was  troubled with catarrh and kidney disease of lone: standing when I first began using Peruna. I soon found I was  getting hotter and continued taking it  for four months. It eloaned out the  system, leaving me well and strorg  aud tooling better th*��Ii��V��tay.eaMi."  I  PROVINCIAL.  Moyie wants a.bank.  In Grii.rotl, the nev Okanagnn town.  35 lots were sold in one dm*.  Esquimau clam .lit-u��.lies' have betn  stocked with 8 000,000:. oysters.  A new building :.�� to be erected for  the Kootenay Lake general hospital at  Nelson.  ' ���������  ���  A bunch of fakirs in'.Vai c iiver arc  working the old endless chain coupon  scheme.  Coast cities have received sanction  from the attorney;general to prosecute  any attempt at Sunday base ball.  The estimated cost of Vernon's new  waterworks system in order to use the  water from Long Lake, is $58,600.  A Vancouver lawyer was held up for  $300 in San Francisco. He was just  getting a dose of his own medicine.  The Goat River Power and Light  company at Creston has received its  charter. It is capitalized at $1,009,-:  000.   ���  The Kamloops Board of Trade is  making a big effort for the location of  the proposed Provincial University in  that city. ,  Nelson residents who have been in  the habit in the past of stealing electricity, have been warned that the practice must cease.  Capt. George Williams, of the West  Coast Fishing company, has returned  from Cape Cod with eight millions of  oysters to restock the Esquimalt beds.  The White Winds Poultry Farm is  the name of a company that has been  formed with a capital of[ #30,006 to  run a chicken ranch upon Lulu Island.  Joe Dickerson and a companion,  who were rusticating in the wilds near  Cokato, brought two cub bears to  Fernie last week, having captured them  in a tree.  The steamer Empress of Japan  reached port from the Orient Saturday  with a cargo valued at over a million  dollars including a silk shipment of  1,669 bales, worth $800,000.  A. E. McPhillips, president of.the  Canadian club, of Victoria, has cabled  an invitation to General Lord Kitchener to address that body on his arrival in Victoria en .route home from  India.  The C.P.R.; is clearing 20. acres of  land near Vancouver for a big truck  farm. On it wilj be.grown vegetables,  etc., for use on; dining cars, ocean  liners, coast steamers and the mountain hotels. Green houses on the site  will also provide flower supplies.  A Wise Move  A bishop was once led into a controversy with a learned man as to the  mental superiority of the east over the  west, and his opponent, as a parting  shot, said. " Well, at any rate, you  can't dispute that the wise men came  from the east." "Surely that was the  wisest thing they could do," retorted  the bishop.  The Pioneer makes a specialty of  commercial printing.  Accidents are constantly occurring  in the most unexpected ways. However careful you may be you cannot  avoid them. Insure yourself or your  family, or your property, against  loss by fire, accident or sickness. D.  J. Matheson represents the best companies.  ,.*JwS**  jSrpcure fok skin INJURIES ft DJSEAsS1  A purely herbal balm; beat  thing for the tender aklns of  ohlldren, yet powerful enough  to heal an adult's ohronlo sore;  highly antiseptic*; eases pain  and smarting soon ae applied���  that Is Zam-Buk. Remember  It Is purely herbal���no mineral  poisons, no anlmal.fats. Power  and purity combined'!  All druggists and stores soil affile, a box.  The Sullivan mine sale has been  postponed till May abth.  There is renewed activity in mining  at Olalla, in the Similkameen. It is  expected the Apex; group will shortly  resume.  M. K. Rogers and J. S. Merrill of  Seattle visited the Nickel Plate at Hedley last week, where���, sampling by a  crew of experts continues.  The Yankee Girl rrtine at Ymir is  making promising-progress. The tunnel is now 1,500 feet long, and the  value of the ore in sight, which aver:  ages $20 to $66 per." ten, is approximately a million dollars.  J. S. Cowan of Dawson city, who is  interested in the Klondyke group of  mines in the Lardeau, has just returned  from a trip of inspection of the property, and is very .enthusiastic over the  prospects of the Lardeau district.  Smith Curtis has gone to Short  creel: on the west side of Okanagan  lake to start development work on a  coal property, he holds there. .On this  coal property a vein of coal having a  width of eight feet outcrops at various  points.  Word from Spokane announces that  the price paid by D. C. Cor bin of that  city for a bond on the Wagner group  of claims on Hall creek was $3,000,000.  The deal is described as the largest  made in Spokane for many years. The  property includes more than a dozen  claims and is said to contain enormous  ore bodies.  There is no better or greater- index  finger to the business interests of' an  up to-date; town than the advertise  ments of its merchants in the local  weekly publication;  WANTED   JVOW  A reliable party to act as agent and  salesman in Phoenix and surrounding  district for the sale of hardy Ontario  grown fruit and ornamental trees.  Good pay weekly. Exclusive territory.  As we guarantee delivery of first grade  stock in good; condition our agents  have every, chance of doing a splendid  business.    VVrite nowi  Pelham Nursery Co.,  TORONTO,? ONT.  N.B.���Salesman   book orders  for  Fall delivery  from now on.  New York Copper Markot  During the past ten days Calumet &  Hecla has sold about 2,000,000 pounds  of copper at 1$}4 cents, and while it  is not forcing its product on the market it is willing to accommodate its  customers at home and abroad at this  figure, but not at any lown-r figure.  One of the largest producers in this  country says : " We are accumulating  copper, it is true, but I am very glad  we have the opportunity to do so, for  in the fall* when prices are better���and  1 firmly believe they will be���I should  like to have a stock of copper on  hand."���N. Y. exchange.  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1009, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,  more matter than the 'preceding edition.  The chapters with mine descriptions and  on statistics have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY  NEW  .   There are 25 chapters,  Covering Popper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching,-" Smelting,  Refining, Brands. Grades, Impurities,  Allovs, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology,  Deposits by Districts. StatGB, Countries  and Continents; MineB in Detail, Sta  tiBtics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends.  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarily a better  book because of its gt eater bulk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital imporance to  'TIIF.'INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  -   ."���'  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  -PRICE is $5 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  TERMS are the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent to  yon, all carriage charges prepaid on one  week's approval, to be returned it unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself, of <its value to you?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  Horace J.;Stevens  36,  Shelden Building, Houghton  Mich.. U.S.A.  A British Columbia AofoplsnB  A. W. McVittie, of Victoria^ tells  this story about a neighbor of his. Mr.  McVittie declines to give the party's  name, but says[: "This man is building an aeroplane which will be a great:  improvement on anything that Wilbur  Wright has done so far. This gentleman has built a model exactly to scale,  which rises absolutely without impetus,  that is unlike any of the aeroplanes in  existence. It rises from the. ground  without getting a start on bicycle  wheels. The inventor claims,that the  machine will carry 1,000 pounds and  within eighteen months will flyfrom  Victoria to Vancouver in twenty minutes." ''���-.., - - ,  ���  J udicious advertising is the only real  way to "stir things   up."  ButUr's PhilosophjptX VIII W;\#  Resolved, nothing, happens without  a cause. The main who his a grudge  and is always hating son^, one and ���  losing his temper over everything gets,  dyspepsia or goes rcrazy or:rheumatic.  but he doesn't know its his fault. H,e  tells k everybody he meets* about his  trouble and;, then wonders ...wjiy,-.'the^'  don't, love to stay around and enjoy  his company. The boy who watches  the clock and only thinks of pay day  will wonder why the industrious, busy  cheerful chap.gets, the raise while he  gets the bounce. ' (The boss knows)���  the fellow' who wastes his time wonders  why the boy who reads and studies and  has the savings, bank habit:; gets rich.  If you are sick or well, rich. or. poor,  happy or miserable it is always the  result of something you did.     ,;  TIIK  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Employs   a  system  which   makes   it  rt  it  easy for  its out-of-town' depositors  to    open     accounts     and     transact  business   by   mail   with   any   of  its  51���EIGHTY-ONE BRANCH OFFICES���51  DETAILED  INFORMATION  FURNISHED ON  REQUEST.  THE  Hat Pins  made out of  Real  Roses  BLACK'S  Real Rose Hat Fins  It does not seem possible, yet it is true,  that these Hat Pino are made out of live  rascs.anJ chanced into metal by a secret  process. C This (discovery Is without  doubt one of tbe lost arts of the ancient  Euyptians. They are the tnost beautiful  of all Hat Pins. No two are alike. Made  in finishes to conform to thc prevailing  f-uihions in millinery.  Six oiztss."'  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  V'KST ABLISHED    IS     1896.  THE MOST  PRACTICAL  MINERS'  PAPER   IN   THE   WORLD . ���_y.._g>  9sa\\\\\\n9\\\\^a\ynmmmn9la9Wan\Wn9t\\\^anm  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every-day mining man. :        :        :        :        :        :        :        :  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  fmntnnWn\^nda9sssWn%n9mam9Wanmmnn9mmnWnm  *ii   PER   YEA.R-SWIPLE   O.N   REQUEST  Published every Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  THE   FINEST   QCJ.U_t.lTY  IX  MILK anJ CREAM  TH-2,  oAiBi  PHONE  STRICTLY    FRESH    KGiCiS.  J.    W.    UA.N1NA.M.    PROPRIETORS  JOHN APLEBY,  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  DEALER IN ALL KINDS  OF BUILDING   MATERIAL  SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVJ��N?TO ALL  KINDS OI SHOP AND REPAIR WORK  ���FflCE AN�� SHOP, Z���  AVENUE  AND THIRD STBEET  P.O.  BOX NO.   148  'PHONE 56  FOR GOOD QUALITY  AND LARGEST VARIETY OF FISH,  POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND CURED MFATS, LEAVE  YOUR   ORDER   WITH   US.    +. ��� ���  P. BURNS <EV CO.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants  Dealers in Live Stock Pork Packers  Markets In  B. C, Alberta and Yukon  PHOENIX, B.C.  argain  IN  HANDMADE   SHOES  Call in and Let Us show  You the Quality of Footwear we can offer You;  Shoes that will both Fit  and  Wear   .........  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  .A. T. TURANO, Proprietor.  It must be fed every day if you wish it to  become and remain fresh and fair and beautiful  ���what woman doesn't.  A little  Hindz Honey Almond Cream  used daily, will accomplish the most beneficial  results. It will clean the pores, soften and  whiten the skin aud rebuild wasted tissues.  Hindz Honey Almond Cream  is absolutely pure and wholesome. It will not  discolor the skin. It will not grow superfluous  hair. It will benefit and improve the finest  complexion. Start using it today.  Love's Drug Store  ' i'W'-i  Mi  ���m  m  '.'"*.;iSs$s  ' :>"M.  till- ''���l\*:&#&  .'��# We  iwm  m��mm��^% !_.\'VV'.*.V;  THE PHOENIX PKWEEK.  WtWWi  t'lfl  wr^mi  r- �����  f ���.' a  Local and General.  ��� WE have just received a large shipment -of BEAUTIFUL WALL  ^APERS to be ready for Spring  decoration of houses.' We have  some very unique designs. Call  and look them over.  Brothers  Goin' iishin' ?  Dry wood in car lots.    Apply to J  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.,  Before  buying your furniture else  where, call on R. T.Gardner.  Mrs. Dan. Biner left on Wednesday  on a visit to friends at the coast.  '. Mrs. T. R.  Ryan, of Grand  Forks,  visited friends in'town yesterday.  House on Spion Kop, for sale cheap;  japply to .Mrs. Haushton, Spion   lCop.-  I     Miss Rossie Coutts returned   Situr  (day from tin extruded  visit  to Grand  Fork's. .  ; A dance will "be given in the Scandinavian hall tonight. v>H:  Fi>r sale���house and  lot on   Knob  Hill avenue; j.nce  .fi.ooo.    Enquire  from M. A. Knight, Golden Ea^le ad  dition, Phoehix,; :  i .-,':���'  Pioneer printers'ink is drawing.big  crowds to the Wm. Hunter company's  store, where stock is.being dispdsed of  at reduced prices, v.  The lady superintendent of Phoenix  general hospital;wou!d ,be grateful for  a donation of old linen ..from'-., any of  the ladies of Piioernx.r  '   William Nidland and Berther Stofer,  both of Phoenix, obtained a marriage  license certificate at the provincial  office last week.  11! M  1?  A SHIPMENT OF JAPANESE GOODS  GRASS CHAIRS   '��� ���  '^J&ij$ RESIGNS AND COLORS.  BASKETS    ANI>   LINEN   HAMPERS.  T.ATK8T   rNGOCAIlTS  :v    FOLDING, ENGLISH  PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY  AND AMERICAN STYLRS,  PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY  ..'....��,.  Dave Williams of Grand Forks was  renewing old acquaintances in town on  Sunday.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will   be at his!  Phoenix office, bank block, May  101I1  to 13th. j  For sale���-House and lot  on Spion)  '     If you are thinking of building or  require building material  of any  kind  ���lumber,  shingles, lime, ���brick���call |  on me for figures.    Phone A 44.    C.  A. Ross.  A   large  consignment   of   Bourbon  whiskies just received at the Brooklyn  Kop, Phoenix ; apply   to  M.   Cla>'ton, \^^J*^ S���   *��"����*/'  j can whiskies.  ' all famed Ameri-  ���', In tt school, not .1 thousand miles  from Phoenix, the teacher nsked for  the name of a man (tramp) who goes  from house to house begging. One  youth volunteered beggar as the answer,  while a more thoughtful pupil maintained he was a fish eater.  I saw- a robin yestermorn  But, all,, what was untold?  He could not sing a song of spring  Because he had a cold.  *   ���'���  Jack McLean is securing some land  iii the north.    Jack is . branching  out  and will soon be the envy of Skookum  and other bachelors.  a-**.  No,    W.    Ross    wasn't    soliciting  laundry business in Greenwood, he was  just looking up the prospects for form  ing a dancing class.  GROCERY  &  Spion Kop  James Carson  left   Wednesday fori     ,,,. n        .  thenorth, expecting to p.tch   his  lent!     l '!01"as Roderick,  one of the old-  in the Yukon. j fst 0|  lhe ��'aHmers in this camp, has  (   , " ��� . 1 been spending several days, in Spokane  D. Mussattosshoe store and   Whs'j this week, renewim- old ncnuainlances  ice cream parlor is receiving a coat of j in that city.  paint tins week. '     ., '      ���������' ~ "���'" ��"�������� ��|.^��m .��  '     ThM ��.'������, u ,���r  .��� , c, ii ���!   .The primitive operations  employed i have had a cutting effect on the local  ' *.ii\i* .      S      ���        M^,",r1da?' and in China and Japan are in marked con 'judiciary.  bunday in Phoenix could hard y he Mir-  frnct _.th tK��� "L     1 \.".   rKCU ���" >���' J m' ���  1 Dassed anvwhere ��� tr"st Wlth the cleanly machine method | *  , } ]?{preparing team Ceylon.    The purity!     Enquirer���No,   the  city  cltrk   has  !     Alderman  Cook   proposes   leaving;!��"d cleanliness of 'Salada" is absolute j'"01 resigned  shortly on a thre�� months' prosp. c:ing j ',s delicious flavor will please you ��� ���  ( W. X.  M.���No, we cannot suggest  how you can square yourself now.  The  ladies were all prepared to receive you  and other guests.    We would not ad  vise you to ever mention   party   again.  Wednesday's snow storm appears to  We again offer you  Curlew Creamery  Butter  f ���  . ...  The quantity is limited as yet,  but we are assured of a steady  supply beginning on Tuesday !  of next week. If you have  not tried this butter ask some  neighbor, of your's who lived  here'last summer.  How About  Potatoes.....  ���   Tlie next time you are buv.  ing get them here.  No. 1 White Stock, per cwt.   $2  !. .rt.   .i, ,r..'-   - ,-,J'. -i'V'r  -Vri''^  S.-iVfav���;������;���.:. i-St.v��.���>  G*e��?rB.-  PAILWA  mxx-  lliliifil  mmmtrn  ������Mi  .x.*ic*etec-:is\dAysp:i-%;-/:^  "ri>|^!f!W��pr|oiin|^  i:;^:tt$v^:.f;-;g-|-.^v,v����M^ x .nj_ ?j_imi 1-ELJ; ~   1  9n\V,x,xxxi.xz>,xxxx$���.!;-:X;   PERKINS  p.^i_. :i,\^r.::^ I  trip up ihe north coast  S. Lackey has sold his bowling alley  to Cosgrove & McAstocker, who are  having it remodelled.  The tennis season opened in Phoenix last   Monday, a game taking place,  on O. B  Smiih'b court. j  Donald McKenzie .eturned Wed-;  nesday to Phoenix. He has been \  working in the Coeur d' Alenes. .  James Maishall, proprietor of "the !  Hotel Brooklyn,' and "-Mrs. Marshall!  leave next month on a trip to Scotland, i  Theo Biner returned Tuesday from ;  a trip to Victoria. ��� He also made a '  prospecting visit up Vancouver Island.  The framework for E. A. Back's  jewelry store is now in position and  the building'will be rushed to completion.   '  Daniel Draisey, who was employed!  ELIZABETH   E.   GRANT  for some   time   in  the Granby mines,1 A.T.C.M.  CPIANO)  machine shop, and who has li^pn �����  eral week, i^k sanitariun'Tn Spo" a"e I P1AN0> ORGAN' THEORV, HAR-  has not regained his eyesight yet, but       -^ONY, INTERPRETATION  hopes for an improvement'in the next|     For  further  information   see   Miss  month.  i Grant or D. A. Grant.  jr:  ; x. Perkins. v.,oki.tx, b. c;  ��*^s^W^;iik^lir-fe,j!S; ���.  tvnMmk4  NOTICJS.  Notice is Hereby Given ��� that  thirty days after dare I intend to apply  to the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Victoria. B.C., for a hotel  licence for the Union: hotel at Eholt  BC. ,  John A. McMaster.  Eholt, May ist, 1909.  STYLISH SPRING SHOES   r- At Sensible Prices   The man or woman who thinks twice, those who appreciate  the combination of quality and sensible prices, and who want  their dollar tn onng them a dollar's worth of whatever they buy  and besides carry lots of pleasure and salisfaction, will come here  for shoes. -We are selling the kind of Shoes you like, the kind  tnat brings you back for more.  CLOTHING    ���   Remember it is only 24  hours from the churn when it  is placed on sale in this store,  aud this store is the only place  you can buy it.  Government Creamery  Butter has declined in price  and we offer it as follows:  Fresh Made Brix, 3 lbs. $100  U Pound Boxes = - = 4.50  28 Pound Boxes = - = 8.40  ALL   FRESH   STOCK  HARDWARE  ..DEPARTMENT.  NEW STOCK'.OF  PAINTS  VARNISHES  STAINS  ALABASTINE  Call and get Shade and Tim  1 Cards.  LOCAL FRESH EGGS  3 DOZEN FOR I DOLLAR  It costs little to dress well. The whole secret is in buying  your Clothes from T. Brown's. Call and see how good you  would look in a good suit of clothes.  THOMAS BROWN,  GE.NTtS FURNISHER. PHOENIX  .J6r  Wmi$  m  mMS  We have some fancy Apples  yet, which we offer at $2.00  per box.  These are perfectly sound  and good eaters and cookers.  GARDEN RAISES   ,  GARDEN HOES  SCREEN DOORS  .SCREEN WINDOWS  We ������'have; every thing needed  for the house and }'ard cleaning season.  DO NOT BUY WALL  PAPER UNTIL YOU  HAVE LOOKED AT  OUR SAMPLES. .. . ..  MORRIN, THOMPSON  ��� AND COMPANY  GROCERS AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS  ���rvU*  ( ���.;V"ifjT':-r  im  W-  iii  i^'ip3Sp!-jf^:Sii  nxi-i  j^ij&vfgg  ^/55'^Bg'lJ'H^ff^^  ;^.ft.t.fi'L'-'-.:V...*:<  ^;����?s;m��_  !fft|g#y^^  :-.}&-���. .js.lt  Mi  lllii:  l*S^I   B^a&^kW^ttJ'httt&i'f '  ���m%M&:BiMi^-m>&mx  mm  |^^jsfe*sk��1**ffe��K'>i'^t-'-^ '���'.���."��� ^"T   "������" ������������''.'"  :$$��^i^i0M0^  ������'"--������- j.;,-./ ���.,,;.. ������>..��� >,-.;���.���;.,:,. ��� ,. . ' '^'; ;. ������- -������ --^     mmm  vy.;V:Vf2r^-.__*0^ds': y      ' "House^wrnishinrfs  IN PRICE!  DAMAGED STOCK-  OliR ENTIRE  EVERY ARTICLE A  ���ALL NEW GOODS  ^��3  Men's and Boys'  Tn-iim^^tt^.*'������ ^  i-;;'       -���1;oi>    A11 ^nen Towels from - 25c pr. e  :��.iaXmeietteSo-:r--"i    - 12j��      1\-,lO_.'V: ���'-��<- Regular   Sale Price  Table Lmen     ;    -���35c        Men's^Tweed Suits .-)$LS>. $10  ; " 10c      [Boys' Suits, from    -$2.50  Dress Ginghams  Blue Duck;        -  mes  NOTE SOME OF THE BARGAINS;  Boots and  Shoes  Table Oil Cloth  Carpet Squares ;  Chenille Curtains  tAOIES'   WHITE  WEAR  AT 'VERY 10W PRICES ���">"��� >���  ALL IIHES   DRESS GOODS AT BIG REDUCTIONS jTapestry  -25c  - $4 each  - $4 pr. ���  - $3 pr.  Overalls and Junipers 90 cents  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FOR  LADIES',   GENT'S  AND CHILDREN AT  GREATLV REDUCED   '"'"  PRICES  Sale  Price  Leckie's Mining /; Rf,?{��?r  Boots      -      - $7 & $7.50    $6  Leckie's Mining  Boots;   ,-      -  ;  $4.50.   $3.50|'  Ames-Holden   -   .4.50     3.50(Suit Cases  McCready.     ���-        4.50      3.00 Suit Cases  Trunks and  ���Suit   Cases  Trunks  Trunks  Trunks  Regular  Price  Snlc  Price  $9.50      $6.00  11.00        7.00  15.00  8.50  11.50  9.00  6.50  8.50  fiats. Caps, Shirts  and Neckwear  at the Very Lowest Prices  Men's All-Wool Underwear, Bighorn Brand   $2.50  Men's All-Wool Underwear, Penman's Black    $2.00  All Other lines Reduced In Proportion to Quality.  WE^Cri^Mxr give Prices on every Article.  iff.  .\]>S'  COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.  .eg'arcfless of Cost  ;  ���i^^ffi^^W^^^i'kfS  m.  AVENUE,.. LOWER TOWN,  PHO,  ;nix  iiBWM��'i inninnoa;������-ii��a>Wmi initrmwi i'tt- vm nim  Mii  sssvx

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